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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1899 hic1899041401_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V :4 3 r i i4 su lft . ,.aV THE 3 " m t HICKM JJ r- tf .. I J.r' . ESTABLISHED 1839. "WESTERN KENTUCKY OLDEST NEWSPAP35RW1 HICKMAN, FULTON 0QNTY, KY., AP11II14, 1809. Local and' Personal, ' 1 -- L. Yol., xgaav, So. si. fc: mm!nmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmwm!ni THE SPRING EXPOSITION. Its nn exposition of the Now Spring Millinery, Fine Dress Goods urn! Trimmings, Ladies Tailor Made Suits, Sliirt Waists, &o., mid the showing has nrouned much enthusiasm on all side. We have hud praise and compliments from every one. We feel thut we have Mirpasscd our own previous host efforts. Come ami least your eyes on the beautiful things displayed. Millinery. This Department is the main center of iittmetion just now. 'I he I'utteru Hats ore lovely, hut tlic creations of our milliners are lovelier still. Words CHiiunt do justice to the beautiful things shown here, and we hopo you'll come see them. LADIES Tailor-Mad- e Suits. This is a new feature with us this season, but it has met with popular favor at once. We show some 16 or 20 different Suits tangstyles of ing in price from $5 to $23.00. Tlicsu are made in the very latest styles and in tho best possible manner. Jackets lined All-Wool 79c. Ladies "Dollar" Kid Gloves. Kxri'Mriit quality in Mack. Hrown, Tan, llhu-- anil" Green. Come In hnrc nuil Claxp fiutteniugs. Hold at n Iill(ir uverywIuTo nuil woth tho with Silk. inouey. 10c. Crash Suits from il.25 up. Pique Suits, Duck Suits, Skirts of every description, Crnsli, Duck, Pique, Silk and Satin. Handkerchiefs. Iridic l'uro Linen HeiiiHtltrh. Tflco quality Llneu and cheap at double Mo money. 69c. Dress Goods AND TRIMMINGS. arc vxtremely nuxlonfl tor you to see tnine, for wo know you will not ninny of tho lino wit iih they urc tixchulve with us. MoumoHuo DrSolc Fino Hllk fnliric, lu liclit mid (lurk ground, with small nuil largo flguru, ud lo In nolld V Hc-- f Ladies White Pique and Bedford Cord Shirt Waists. A ban-di- e, as a bargain. them in the special bargain, picked up You'll not find regular way less t t than u Dollar and $1.25 any where. - fes fiiJBl MMTUfSote, IT mhw, Appltyuo Trimming. Ores wU ucST Chlll, Ot- TCr1 Ladies Shirt Waists. Linen color, with neat stripes. Nicely made and fitting, aud well worth 50c. wo mPymxSM. .in & m;n.f ' )bion 'county, Hi' Dr.'B. H. CI H 'BHPJ apera. Haiti was in UiCtv vast Iky. 43? ." --Mr 3o)&&'tMiti ,ln Hick- A rMt)fcfrHl man this Week prcpertif for locating John Noonon, of Fulton, was in a ljnudlo factory lifro. A-and oawni lff.tf H . lecttimate.' r1j we city Suuday. proper, 'fat tboi 7 Tlio OyTsy camjK has ecn moved bealthralAQ Mii Lizzio Amberg is visiting her 4rturtniith'.hill to thtiStatc road, ono newapapersjebioh through z M f " Jhs nut in TiptonvlHo. cast of tho old dciot. S r theifaapport ot ,dtfr candidate, 7Ir j j Open nlr concerto wilirbo heldjpr- s yftDC nninmou,oi umoniown, nllsanC aBfTtT a doletrato to tho Eoisconal Con- - are lead Into majlng 'fngni next week. r personal Mtaolts upon another Henry BriiMr. of Woodland Miffs .' afiou, and tho guest of Mrs. J. W. ttogers. or sonndinf bearaaicaDdali, llrty usuiiown weunesaay. .U1 Wo bought a largo supply of Seod to say the JohnT. Ciwsetty, of Nashville, ar- least, .npfprtaoate. rived iu tho city Wednesday. Potatoes jind Onion Setts early, when This ia oonspiboMH ' y true, of cheap, and will savo you Mrs. Annie Wrll, of Gharlltte. they werethem. LedfOrd & Itoacas. such papers, as, ra weeks uiouey on Mich., is visiting Mrs. M. Ambor. the .candiat the Mothodist Church will have the 'iiarbjS Services Mrs. F. M. Usher, of Fulton, has been next Snnday morning and evening. date apbn whoJB thetBave waged tisitiug rulatires in town this week. Tho Holy Communion at close of Mijw Nora Moore, of Rock Bprings, scnuon. Sundky School at 0 580 . snob war, at tls'saaMJiea as the this county, is visiting Mrs. A. M. Perry., m. All invited. to nominee ylela .allegiance, beMrs. Arthur Johnson, of Gayc.e, atThe river is falling beantif nlly, and whom tended tho Episcopal Convocation this the prospect is good that it will bo in cause wenir.lbonest'ln tJaaC sidoHts banks inn few days, and then week. go to work cbargejjbej oaimt yield anlipn. Mrs. Fopo Herring and daughter, our ''bottom" farmers can Miss Bessie, aro visitors in Hickman for a boom crop. J est, hearty support when he is this week. The formal exchange of tho ratifi- the nominee. But they say'tbls Tho Ashing season is still much be- - cations of the Pcacfl Treaty betwf.n tho is politics." Yes, and it place- in mod and tho prospect for suckers is not United States and Spain took President Washington, April 11, and kind of politics that is disgusting , rcry good. McKinlcy's proclamation in accordance so many honest, fair minded meuw More nun. moro rest, don't snit our therewith published the saihe day. "farmers a littln bit. Tlinv arn uixinns I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Tyler entortaln-eito get to work. A FULTON MRP, tho Episcopal Convocation and the Charlie Carman who killed Ed. entire Episcopal congregation &t their Loag, at Msyfleld, has surrendered to beautiful homo in the suburbs of Hickj A Fulton "yiller" daWWyed on lo toe anthontios. man yesterday at 8 m. Wo hazard ( place by the side: of blcu'raD dog, railroad. Each dltojfeat The Epworth League- - Literary neeting at tho Methodist Ohnrch to- - tality of the host and hostens, iu sayintf Rover. Via In tbe nabtl Tf rush- - '. It was a most doligntiui occasion. All invited. f sight ing out at that came ; through and chasiq.it with great Mrs. Jennie Maddoz, accompanied .by her little daughter, visited friends WILL THESE OEFKKS GET IUU t vigor until tbe caboose was out of M Woodlaud Mills, Tuesday. sight over tbe hill, when he would y w- On each and everr yearly subscrip- return and crawl under tbe shade as a oesi. rfv ' taeapeii to the DELINEATOR received beJjEtfA .freffi supply of Garden Seed just tion April 2nd, wo will givo 50c in of tbe porch until tbe next train fore v.. xi. AvL..viwi o. Patterns. Patterns to bo of your own came along. By and by, when aga (lavnni uv K: John T.Dillon is filling the place selection and to bo taken when you began to creep on old Rover and 3 of at Hickman Bank this please $1 85 we givo yon the DELIN- be felt his joints getting stiff, and For i week, in tho absence of Miss Sadie Am- - EATOR for 12 months, tho SOcents in tbe runs harder to make, he mat. Jserg. two tered sadly to bimseir: "I don't Patterns and the Mrs. Dr. Trevathan, of Union City, papers a week, for ono year. know what will become of things ?is in the cltr, having been aumraonod Don't miss this chance. around here wben I get too old .to.tbe bed sido of her brother, Mr. Jas. This offer made only by to run. Thoee blamed tooting o it- . Grecao, who is very ill. 8TORE. WDLSON'S BOO fits will take tbe plaoe." Moral' airs. tA. eoD aua miss imurvtu, H t. Tho bill for Many an individual thinks be ia Troy iJnlton. havo be?n tho gncnta of Mrs. up Halifax, when as a matbetween Obion and J. Jiaua. Andereou, attending the Episco- - changing tho lino been aroppoa, owing prolog fact, he is wasting time and Y. counties has ter ot jl convocation, this veelc. ' mit t 'VHr. to tho opposition developed. tu. wind. Falton Leader. , ,vyV Oh&se & Sanborn's nopou a '' tf . Tik m. - i Al isir ar-fe- $t pm-in- g 1 m 5-- .JK'yf. i0fy ytt! rjtherffTrtyand .vtfa " IP.t. - isthe' JW- -l n d r fi ttl - ea-c'-ltf- . . , book-keep- n 1,JW - rri Courier-Journa- l, Nows-Bannc- r: u Mattings, CiirMt5, Linoleum and Oil Cloth, Window Shudrs nuil Liu-- Curtains. Our lines of above aro very complete, and invite inspection. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. riiiiiiimiinniiunuiiiiiiiminiinmnmniuimmiiiimiuiii Mr. Jesse Helm, who has been rep sentinc Lewis & Co.. of Cairo, bus now aecontod n ixwition with J. J. O -"3I jionauraut aud would bo glad for his friends to call on him thero. I -Rovs. Mr. Rcid, of Paducah ; Car- tcr, of Hopkinavilln ; Roso, of Hendcr-- " ion ; Ewiug, of Uniontowu : and Price, m of Fulton, aro tho visitins ministers at- ieudiug tho Episcopal convocation. . fj-fTho full delights of Coffeo -S drinkiug have been unknown to those BA' ' offeo.. i -- ""SsTSBr mly by TWjSl" II. BttCHASAJJ. S g only by H. Buchanan. cure tho leveothaf s?nrr'"if ing for fifty years will bo pawed. We boliove the bill is a just and righteous one and that it ought to pass. It will incrcaso the value of every acre of land in Tako conntv. will eivo them a rail road or jwssibly two and will add millions of dollars to tho resources of Tennessee. Many people cull this Harris' fight and demagogically appeal to any prejudico that may oxist against him in order to arouso enmity agaiust tho bill. This fight is not a Harris flht ; it is a Lako county fight, and if she wants to build the levee aud tax herself, it seems to us to bo pure democracy to let her go ahead and benoflt and develop hereolf all she can. ffMleJ vr iisbedin a and a native was appointed post master. After a while complaints were made that no mail was sent and out from the new cost-offican inspector was sent to inquire into tbe matter. He called upon tbe postmaster and asked wby no mall had been sent out. Tbe postmaster pointed to a big and nenrly empty mail baa banging no In the corner, and Baid : "Well, I ain't sent it out 'cause tbe bag ain't nowhere nigh fall yet I" e, aan ;kA:k440 Shaw's Just Receive!! A tip-to- p -- - Big JUEE!i8WARE. -- - Store! We are Careful to keep our stock of ci- - Everything- a Man May Need ! K OII3STT03Sr UENTS' FURNISHING. STREET. HARDWARE. o e to lino of 50c Shirts. attached or detached Collars. Summer a ('1 a. x o GROCERIES always full. To pay special attention to our . Ducking Shirts of all kinds. A new line of , Oflee. Hardwares Shelf Goods. if Ladies Shoes. A large and varied selection of HARNESS HBd SADDLERY. GROCERIES. To keep up a stock of tit-- , Mens Shoes. Ties, of tho plain as well as tho Sporting Goods Hbeemsklag. , of all Kinds. f 1 -- brightest hues. A stock of To see that our lino of Derbys that in stylish color and shapo can't be equaled. In the Gents Furnishing Department, our Stock Jjriftp In tho Quecnswuro Department, our selection complete ; ; others do not equal, .. is Queensware ... is always In tho Hardwaro Department, our list requires a sequel Crush Hats taltj of light color, and others of all descriptions, In our Grocery Department is everything to cat. tetoer n... , jA - , 4i ti I J VARIED and COMPLETE. m Compare Oar Goods and Prices. f. .& Ti if 4 rt. t tw . iv r n 'l I" .1 r TKf s J ' Vnsv Xi ' At A' !" r 4. THE ss-i-- HICKM OLDEST NKWSPAPKR1 . . J ' :tc- - Z " -- - -- -. ' - N ESTABLISHED 1859. WESTERN KENTUCKY"! HICKMAN, FULTON c6lTY, KY., APML'U. 1899. . Local aniL Personal, i'" 2 ... . - ... I ;k - - iji t - !- "- r Yol, ,xjp:iv, :, and bealthf-nTAQthelf-:-sappo-rt NO. 21. fc: wmmwmmwmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmm!ni THE SPRING EXPOSITION. Its an exposition of the New Spring Millinery, Fine Dress Goods anilTrimmiiH, Ladies Tailor Made Suits, Sliirt Waists, &o., and tlie hliowiug lias urounud much enthusiasm on oil sides. We linve had praise and compliments from every one. We feel tliut we have surpassed our own previous host efforts. Come ami least your eyes on the beautiful things displayed. Dr.vB. H. CI blob 'county, was in thdlty WCTaay. --Mr lobirCrfSeltv ns.ln Hick man this Week prospectiiif for locating John Noonoiv of Faltoa, was in a facjflryhtre. ' A?T, whe city atnxlny. .. u.n. u nn t ..maJI . iio yryusy ciunp. nan fmmu uiutcu f . Ijiw Lizzio Aniberg is visiting Jter Mrhxn mithOiill to thoStoto road, one ont in Tiptoiiville. cast of the old depot. V Open air noncei-tiLid'jr- - ffimL.?: Qabe Hamilton, of Unibntown, wiUto wyitight next week. to tho Episcopal Con- 1 a -- Henry Briggs. of Woodland Milfa,' afiou, and the guest of Mrs. J. W. yi-- k 9 t j apep. Halt! j (ftjptibUc men cmdtH0r " legitimate, ' i i. Droper.-ia- t -- tboie JS .dole-fat- e was in (own Wednesday. ... Kogers. P. Millinery. This Department is the main center of attraetiou just now. '1 he Pattern Hats ore lovely, hut the creations of our milliners are lovelier still. Words cannot do justice to the bcau-titthings shown here, and we hope you'll come see them. ul LADIES Tailor-Mad- e Suits. is a new feature with us this season, but it ban met with popular favor at once. We show some 15 or 20 different htyles of Suits iang-iii- f; in price from 85 to 823.00. These are made in the very latest styles and in tho best possible manner. Jackets lined with Silk. Crash Suits from 11.25 up. Pique Suits, Duck Suits, Skirts of every description, Crash, Duck, Pique, Silk and Satin. r3 C.wtty. of Nashville, ar ' y city Wednesday1. -- Mr. Anuio Well, of Char&te, Mich., Li visiting Mrs. M. Amber. . Mr. F. M. Usher, of Fnltou.has been tiiltLu- relatlyts in town this week. Miss Nora Mooro, of Rock Springs, this conuty, Is visiting Mrs. A. M.Perry. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, of Cayc.e, attended the Episcopal Convocation this rived in tho John T - This .. All-Wo- this week. Tho ftshint- - season is still mnch bo- ltted aud tho prospect for suckers is not week. Mrs. Fopo Herring and Hiss Bessie, are risltors in daujhtcr, Hickman ol jery Rood. 79c. Ladies "Dollar" Kid Gloves. r.xcolleut quality in Hind. Uniwn, Tarn, HIuch mid Greens. Come in Lace hikI Clnf.p fiiMentng. Sold at n Dollar every where and woth tho money. 10c. Handkerchiefs. Dress Goods Itdir Pure Linen HenistlU'h. Nico quality Linen and cheap tit double ino money AND TRIMMINGS. Wf) nrn 69c. Ladies White Pique and Bedford Cord Shirt Waists. A special bargain, picked up as a bargain. You'll not find them in the regular way less than a Dollar and $1.25 any- Jlerg. More rain, moro rost. don't suit onr fnneru a littlo bit. JThov arc anxious Mo set to work. Charlie Carman who killed Ed. Long, at Mayfleld, has surrendered to to tho authorities. jrth League Literary Hwetiug at the Methodist Church All invited. Mrs. Jennie Maddor, accompanied by her littlo daughter, visited friends ftt Woodland Mills, Tuesday. TJhetpeit Rait Best. ;. i A resS supply of Garden Seed just u. A. iiOLCOMBis. irecelved at John T. Dillon is Ailing tho place If or at tucmnan tsauK inis week, in tho absence of Miss Sadie Am- -- bought a large supply of Seed Potatoes ,und Onion Setts early, when they were cheap, and will save yon money on them. Ledford & Boqkrs. Scrncos. at the Methodist Church next Sunday morning and evening. Tho Holy Communion at close.of titpro ing sermon. Sundky School at 9 fljO . m. "A11 invited. The river is fallinc beautlf nlly, and the prospect is good that it Will bo in, sido its banks in a rew aavs, ana.ftiou yield anlipn- - " our 'bottom" farmers can go to'work chargejtiej ? for a boom crop. est, bearty support wheji he is The formal exchange of tho ratifi- tbe nominee. Bat they sayVtbls cations of the Pcacfi Treaty betwffji the ' United States and Spain took place- in is politics." Yes, and it istbe 11, and President kind of politics that is disguaVng , Washington, April McKinlcy's proclamation in accordance bo man; booest, fair minded men, therewith published tho satie day, a'-fewht-ytbecfia-- i"Wo ckndldate, of .c are lead into mkjElng uall'mn't personal aasaalts upon another or Bododing hearsaacaodali, M to aay the least, .o&fortaiute. Thli la oonBpioDjSaaJl true, of weeks oob papers, as, i will have the "tiarajs" p the .candiwaged date open snob war, at tft Inafyieqd as tbe nominee Ctbeitirr1rty) and to whom Uwp yield: allegience, be cause itffftp wenionest4 in newspiperajbioh through emJJw' ,.i .ww ! , & cait ijff J . - ed the Episcopal Convocation and the entiro Episcopal congregation At their beautiful homo in tho suburbs of Hickman yesterday at 8 p. m. Wo hazard Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Tyler entertain- A FULTONJUgK 1 A S 1 tality of the host and hosteos in sayin it was a most deiigntim occasion. n Eover. Vis In tbeHiabtt Of rusk ing oat at eacktfaJ that cams through and cbasing. It with great WILL THESE OEFEKS OET TOUT vigor until tbe caboose was oat of sight over the hill, when he woald On each and everr yearly subscription to tho DELINEATOR received be- return and crawl under the shade fore April 2ud, wo will givo 60c in of tbe porch until the next train ploase 0Q A Fulton ."yiller" wjV-place by the aidt or pilcu ran a I railroad.' Eaeh (flsWliat Ao dog, 4 Irl Patterns. Patterns to bo of your own came along. By and by, when age. selection and to bo taken when you began to creep on old Kover ana Courier-Journa- - booK-itrcp- er NiM-- - 0mSmg&O'Vr to ee tnejte, for wo know you will not we mtiiiy of tho lines w lmn-dius they lire exclusive with tut. MoiiMolino DeSole Finu Kllk fabric, in llclit iind durk grmiudjt, with ituiall nuil lit run figure, aud nUo In ttolld colore e, ixtritnly anxious tor you Mrs. Dr. Trevathan, of Union City, "is in the city, having been summonod to tho bed side of hor brother, Mr. Jas. I J 5 .r la 111 where. . Fulton, bavo CJt.....n IIJIUIII UWWU, ,i, '.! Mrs. Krt. iiihnnn ittim'lni, tin. ...v. .il convocation, this vee k. Webb ana miss toi urcen, been tho cuefits of Mrs. wf. 'Rn'two 4 Appnqao Trimming. ataAuChitSTOct wrtr35a: Waists. Ladies Shirt Linen color, with neat stripes. Nicely made and fitting, and well worth 50c. - Mattings, (!anot, Linoleum and Oil Cloth, Window Shade mid Lnco Curtains. Our lines of above arc very complete, and wo invite inspection. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 7.iuauuu,iuuu.uuu.uiuiu..auuaiiuuu,aunuiuuu,a I 3 Ono poBlii ftffCha.o & Sanborn's ;offees. SoIoTDnlr by II. BtTCltAS A.V. Mr. Jesse Helm, who has been rep mscntimr Lewis & Co.. of Cairo, has liow accoptod a position with J. J. 0 liouuuniut and would bo glad for his friends to call on him there S j Rovs. Mr. Reid, of Paducah ; Car-o- ftcr, Hooknisvilln : Roso. of Henderinn ; Ewlng, of Uuiontown : and Price, 4; of Fulton, aro tho visiting ministers at- g tending tho Episcopal convocation. Tho full delights of Coffeo f2 tlnnkiui? have been unknown to those fr.'i be felt bis joints getting stiff, and For $1 85 wc givo you the DELINEATOR fdr 12 months, tho 60cents in tbe runs harder to make, be mat two tered sadly to himself: "I don't Patterns and the know what will become of things papers a week, for one year. Don't miss this chance. around here when I set too. old This offer made only by to ran. Those blamed tooting oat BOOK. BTOKE. WILSON'S fits will take tbe place." Moral' . Tho bill for Many an individual thinks be la Troy changing tho lino between Obion and prolog up Halifax, when as a mat Lako counties has been dropped, owing I ter ot fact, he is wasting time and ilnat it. wind. Valton Leader. to mo opposition uevoiopeu.. tf l, News-Banner: , i. CA -- i i Ds. cure tho loveo"rthatSTroliafl imr for fiftv vears will be passed. We llshed'ln a believe the bill is a just and righteous and a native was appointed post one and that it ousht to pass. It will master. After a while complaints increaso the value of every acre of land were made that no mail was sent in Lako county, will givo tneni a railnost-officand road or j)ossibly two and will add mil- out from the new lions of dollars to tho resources of Ten- an inspector was sent to inquire nessee Manv peonlo call this Harris' into tbe matter. He called upon fight and demagogically appeal to any tbe postmaster and asked wby no prejudice that may oxist against him in mail bad been sent out. Tbe order to arouso enmity against tho bill. a big and ; it is a postmaster pointed to This fight is not a Harris fiuht Lako county fight, and if she wants to nearly empty mall baa banging an build the levee aud tax herself, it seems In the corner, and said : 'Well, I to us to bo pure democracy to let her go ain't sent it oat 'cause tbe bag aho.id and benefit and develop horsolf ain't nowhere ulgb full yet 1" beef'aJ' aa! ism e, r, A all she can. d&eci&ckck&&&&& -- Shaw's Just Received! I A tip-to- p Big qUEE.VHWARE. - Store! A We are Careful to keep our stock of Everything a Man May Need ! & OLI1TTON STREET UEKTS' FUKMSIUNU. o e e p UAKDVTARE. S to lino of 50c Shirts, attached or detached Collars. Summer r o a. GROCERIES always full. To pay special attention to our Ducking Shirts of all kinds. A new line of Oflce. Hardware Shelf Goods. Ladies Shoes. A large and varied selection of HARNESS aad SADDLEKT. UBOCEKIES. To keep up a stock of Mens Shoes. Ties, of Sporting Goods Sheemaktag. the plain aa well as tho brightest hues. A stock of ... of all Kinds, Derbys that in stylish color and ehapo can't be equaled. Crush Hats of light color, and others of all descriptions. lBft ipp0 others do not equal, In tho Queenswuro Department, our selection is In tho Gents Furnishing Department, our Stock complete; In tho Hardware Department, our list requires a sequel ; is In our Grocery Department -- everything to cat. m ff'Y -- To see that our lino of ... Queensware ... is always VARIED and COMPLETE. r i. &tl -- bwVJ n Compare Our Goods and Prices. rtllsN 'V f.5 .. ylJiU' Vf Sf The Hickman Courier OnUHCiB WAltHKN, Publisher. THE WAK ONTHE COAL TRUST Bult A RIVER GORGED. Towu of Gleiiilivp, Mont., Overflowed and Four Persons Drowned. Northern 1'aclfle Trisrks Are. InnnclMeil null I'ontltily Mushed Aw ay for Some to Lite Stock vjlstaiuv lly Drowning l.urge.. PROjVlSG The rl,Mf-Mr- CAUSE . OF DEATH. Hll by lulled Mute DUtrlrt ney llunily In Clrrlnimtl for m Attorl'er-petu- nl HICKMAN. : KENTUCKY, Injunction Against Them. Anna George Lj, the Miarder of George, I). r ttun, at Canton, (. - MH.XAX4t.4l. APRIL Sun. Mon. 1899. Fd. Sal. E Tub. Wed. Thur. 10 16 11 12 13 17 18 19 20 iiii 212 i 23 24 25 26 27 28 "29" TT7TTWrr"'r CURRENT TOPICS. ' 4 30 At Qulncy, Mich., a lien was buried which had reached the aped of almost 20. Telkghams in Chile cost'eight cents each. The government owns all the lines. Tub distance from the farthest point of polar discovery to the pole itself is 400 miles. - . S '""' i Tkx leading safe manufacturing concerns of the United States have agreed to combine. 1'itoF. PicKKisiXfl. of Harvard observatory, has discovered a new satellite of the planet Saturn. It is probable that Gen. Miller, now at Iloilo, will erect a summer residence in Stockbridge, Mass. The rubber trust has announced an increase of 7 per cent, in the prices of all hard rubber goods. A M'KCK of gold weighing less than one millionth part of a grain can be with the naked eye. The oldest national flag in the world is that of Denmark, which has been in use since the year 1219. Aubthama is the only country in the world where no native pipes and no native smokers have been found. The late.H.C. Warren has bequeathed to Harvard his rare library of collected at great expense during years of study. It is an unexplainable fact that are much more brilliant (before an approaching storm than at mny other time. The demand for steel at the Philadelphia mills is so great that outside orders are being refused. The mills arc crowded with local work. The doctors of Sweden never send bills to their patients, the amount of their remuneration being left entirely to the generosity of the latter. Gkaxt Ai.ixj," favorite amusements are 6cullin$and wheeling, while Jltldci , "? . , f t menuu jarmingamijjjarucninff. Hawajia's" foreign trado last yea; amounted to 529,000,000, an increase of 85200,000 over that of the year before. The gain in population rvas 9,910. l.v regard to longevity, the clergy stand at the head of the professions, JURY COMPLETED. and physicians near the bottom, below GEORGE coal merchants, milkmen and grocers. AftPAKAOUS is so plentiful on the lirflr Urn ritrtrit to Try Air. Ann George for tlio Murder of George 1). Hussion steppes that the cattle eat it Saxton All MiirrleUMeu Hut One. like grass. The seeds are sometimes fried and used an a substitute for cofCanton, O., April 8. The jury which fee. Is to decide the fate of Mrs. Annie E. The Kansas volunteers were firs. into Malolos, aud the Hag of a Mon George, accused of the mnrdcr of tana regiment was the first bit o: George 1). Saxton, was completed at American bunting flung out from the 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon before rebel capital. court adjourned. Prosecuting Attor-ne- y The inventor of tiie propeller wheel Pomercne had stated to the 12 men fctudicd the motion of a fish's tail when qualified an outline of what he exswimming. The volutions of the pro- pected the witnesses for to peller's blades are exactly like the mo- prove. Briefly summarized the state this is that tions of the ilsh'H tall. The Detroit council has appointed a on the evening of the tragedy and commission headed by Gov. Pingrce shortly before it occurred Saxton "to negotiate, purchase and operate rode to the Althouse house on Mrs. bicycle George and all the street railways of Detroit under a municipal ownership." about the same time went to a In Palestine the swallows arc al- point near there on a street car. The lowed the freedom, not only of the assassin, and he says this will prove houses and living rooms, but of the to be Mrs. George, fired two shots and mosques and sacred tombs, where they away; there was a cry as if for "build their nests and rear their young. walked help. She returned and fired two mora It is getting to be the fashion to address and stamp envelopes on the back. shots, then leaned over the prostrate ."With the directions written across the body, found him dying and disappeared He claims Mrs. folds the letter can not be opened by in the darkness. an unauthorized person without the George's fingers were blackened with fact being noted. powder when arrested and that Many Roman remains including a she had only not threat colossal head of Marcus Aurclius, have encd to kill Saxton but had long been dug up at Carthago by M. Gauck-le- planned how to do it, and that she had director of antiquities in Tunisia. He seems to have reached the .Uoman outlined her plans to another part. Carthage, founded by Gracchus, but He also says that he iwics not what not to have struck the l'hocnicinu city relations arc shown to have existed us yet. between the two; that they were not The Mexicans have a queer way of such as to have justified the crime on burying the dead. The corpso is tight- the evening of October 0, 1SUS. In conly wrapped in matting and placed in a nection with these relations he refeir-ecoflin hired for about a shilling. One to the accused as an adventuress, or two natives, as the case may be, pure and simple. place the collin on their heads and go Mr. Wclty intimated that tho statet a trot to the grave, where tho body ment for tliu defense would bo someis interred, and the coffin is then rewhat lengthy and it deferred until turned. The prince of Palermo is said to owe uiorning. his wealth chiefly to the trade in snow, Kxcestfftf Cm of L'lgurrttc of which ho bag a monopoly. The Waiisaw, O., April 8. Farley Green snow is brought at night in baskets on muleback from the mountains of Italy has become irmaue, it is said, from the to tho coast, and is theneo shipped to excessive use of cigarettes. He is at the largo cities, where it is sold at two his home in lirlnk Haven, O., and is in and three cents a pound for refrigerat- a serious condition. ing purposes. Gen. Montenegro Killed. Tiik tube of a gun, which is Manila, April 8. Gen. Montenegro, used in some war bhips, has 60 spiral grooves inside, which cause tho hotto next to Aguinaldo the most influential revolve at the rate of 75 times a second of tho insurgent leaders, has bejn Killed. The news was brought to Maas it rushes through the air. The Norwegian army has a highly lolos Friday by paclfieos who returned trained corps of skaters armed with to the Amcricau lines, and it is generrepeating rifles. These men can be ally credited, Montcncio was noted maneuvered on ice with a rapidity (or hia dash and daring. His ag equal to that of tho best trained jresslveness aud powers were said to actor in the A roitTioN of the damaged cargo of have been the principal the wrecked steamer Fairfax was sold ontiunm-- of the ianuriccliou. He is at auction in Jioston the other day, believed to have fallen in the bnttle at among the, articles bciug a grand Uic outskirts of Muloios for the piano which had been "in soak" tot it lbs city. cvcral day. Jt went for 60 cent. M.-c-n San-fckri- t, ie;low-wor- Cincinnati, April 8. United States Attorney General Griggs, through United States District Attorney Hundy, l filed the trust suit Friday aga'nst the C 4: O. Fuel Co. and 17 others. The government asks for an injunction against the fuel company from carrying out its agreement with the other firm's alleging that a trust had been formed. trust The fight against the was begun some time ago before the commission, commerce interstate which found the charges practically sustained on one of tho complaints, vir: That the C & O. railroad had the contract to carry the coal. Then the matter on which the suit filed Friday was brought before the grand jury by Hundy and indictments It came before .Judge followed. Thompson, who is now considering a demurrer and a motion to quash the in dictment. The injunction suit is the latest phase of the case, and instructions to bring it arrived from Washington Friday morning. Hundy's bill of equity concludes: prays that an "Your orator order be granted by your honors enjoining and restraining the defendants, or either of them, from selliug or shipping any coal or coke into any state other than the state in which they re side, under or by virtue of their agreement. "Aud that said defendants be restrained from continuing in any like combination or agreement. "That each of said defendants be enjoined from further conspiring, agreeing, combining and acting together in any manner as set out in this contract and that said contract be declared void and illegal; "That said unlawful trust and combination be dissolved by decree of this court. "For all other and further relief that law of equity." The C. & 6. Fuel Co., the SU Clair Co., John Carver and Enoch Carver, doing business as Carver Itros.; V. It. Johnson and M. T. Davis, John Carver and Enoch Carver, doing business as the Mecca Coal Co.; S. II. Montgomery, doing business as the Montgomery Coal Co.; Chesapeake Mining Co., the Hclmont Coal Co., the Kanawha Splint Coal Co., the Robinson Coal Co., Harris H. Smith, special receive! of the Lens Creek Coal and Coke Co., the Lens Coal and Coke Co., of West Virginia; Jos. Renshaw, special receiv of er,! tho lUK.lUacklIana Coal Co.,CoaJ West Virginia; ' ihe Charlrnoro Co,, of West Virginia; Robert Hrabbin, jr., and X. J Perry, partners in the lirabbin Coal Co., Jasper McCallistcr, Samuel Moore and James Kelso, partners, known as McCallistcr fc Co. anti-coa- " l'' IrM of Mrs. George wercHc'c1 to proving the death urn? the ctw thereof by medical testimony and tfc fielng the movements of Mrs. Georfc "(1 SaMon just before the tragofiyvi the vicinity of tho shooting Drs.fi. I Walker, Ed llrant and A. ( lltaif, .io made the post mortem a under instructions of thu coroic wore tho medical witnesses each! risetically corroborating the other "1 testifying that of tho fourlsM which penetrated Saxton's WifittJ were harmless a third was sneli't ' death must have resulted, but kknatitMit might have lived 'Jl he fourth severed a lurge ar-i tho patient could not live tun three or four minutes from ne point was cmpiia. a 1011 mi. that the i, cross examination t ..Meting this last wound was otol during the autopsy, and the CAfrov April 11. Monday gi toon as America thmml her chep. tcrittlr finnnrm the German ciuicr left Manila May, anil we now proUc. the Herman interests In a like niniimr all tom-ncill lly before tho wonderful powtr of HofUttor'H Stomach Hitter. It itriktu at the Mnmnrh, ijinl the root of nil diVani-nnot only cure indiitcrtioii, coiirtipation, liver and kidney tronbhs but It iiirtK them qtiicklv and permanently. tnakci a hearty appetite and fill the blood with rii'h ted i'oriuilen, Bo - America nnil "Trust Not to h Appearances r That which seems hard to bear may be a great blessing Let us take a lesson from the rough weather of Spring, It is doing good despite appear- Itlotou countiiiK-room. I'roceedlnKi. r, d w.-i-b h cav-wir- y. e de-,'eu- ie ton ij.eneral Davis .Monday brought ller l.llllr JnLe. .loue delights in a practical joke, but suit iip.iist another natch of alleged having one pla)cd on him is a vaill) truv t violation of the famous antl-tru- v matter. l;r The eororatious sui-are The other da his wife ruhed breathl"t'owe, essly into the room, gasping asfi ,los Pacific Express Co., Waters Henry, ciuick! 1 here's a catamount ih the Piei c American Tobacco Co., Con- lwrnf'1 ta Tobacco Co., Consumers Cot- .lone grabbed his rifle and sprinted for the scene of artton, but his most pauUtsMt Co., Dixie Oil Cotton teconnottrrs failed to disonrt the nnint.il. In Mthern Cotton Oil Co., "Where i the InAst?'' he demanded. JUSTICE STEPHEN J. FIELD il, seeond "Win. Ilenrt. dear." Ins wife retstted. court, circuit ' "Tabby has nunc kittens, and that nstkss Those Rlrit), k Wells Fargo ,fc Co.'s express The Aced Jurist Die at Ilia Home on CapI think the a eat amount, clocsii t It: Maud Hetwren ivord circuit courtat Van Duron; count's compliment u, dear, cruile. He toV (1oe observers declare that the rtxrf f itol Hill, Washington, of Kidney rather rt Kxpress Co. at Walnut Ridge. me the i;ht of my beautiful fare actual!? the dones residence was seen ta suddeftly Complication a. elevate, but it slow v settled again ,n tL maile hi muiith water re two suits against each aud I'm ure our face course of 21 hours. X V. World. Edith The idea' 10. Washington, April Justice a each suit. The allegations doen't look quite that much like a Irmou. Stephen J. Field, of the United States ixrlally alike in all the suits Indianapolis Journal. The i'mal Trt "To be jnrrfectly exaet, are the Phi'ipp.ne east i.r west" "Well-w- e supreme court, retired, died at his home tcffccl that they are members The1 shati t know for sure, I suppose, until hlte Una', llnrden on Capitol Hill, in this city, at 0:30 :e in violation of the Rector Is pa)inK rent for a poor farm Now is the thf've voted oik e." Detroit Journal. o'clock Sunday evening of kidney com,nt law. tune to secure a :od farm on lie line of plications. About his bedside were his tlx- riucacu. Milwaukee i M. Paul Hail way in .Mariiirttc Count , wlirie wife and her sister, Mrs. J. Condit AMFCAN GOODS IN CHINA. the- rrop arc of the best, work pit nt). fine Smith, Mr. Justice David J. IJrcwer, market, excellent climate, pure soft water, his nephew, Mrs. Edgcrton, of Califor- CotflknMxU, Klour and Kerooene Heine land sold (heap and 011 long time Wli) rent a farm when oii can bu one for less nia, Mr. Linton, his private secretary. trlared Into the Crlentlal King- than 011 iwv for rent? Address ( I! He' ' f Jmn In Ijtrce Rev. Edward M. Mott, rector of the uantltle. litis, Agent, 101 I a .alle St., C'hica KO, III. Church of the Advent, and the family 11. The strides h.NOTON, April servants. He had been unconscious Instead cf cultivating a more definite o.m American trade in China are since Saturday morning and death average man waste his time in a report of Consul General in life, the for a searching, came painlessly. larstr and easier target. Our cotton goods flour L. A. W. Hulletln. Ever sinco Justice Field's retirement m ene arc being introduced in from tho supreme court bench on DerC.IU far ntitics, entering China at A Atk. Your- Ilcaler Into Allf' bot It rest jour I.m.IIh.. Unm cember 1, 1S97, he had enjoyed compar rfr":J .....,... .. iiowder to slmUo a..... ... nd thenco being ilWtrlb Cwiwi.i.un'sv,inii.iiuiui.inwt"'", Inf; atively good health, and being relieved Hot, Callous Aching, Hwctttlu teetund Varrg TMsTflrcr nud the growing i inukc SSiH Aden's from tle responsibilities wJWch he'll Null. ,.S2AijsY VLZ4 A' JZ rovlnces of Chefoo.Ticn Tsln new oruglil shoes case. SoldbviiiiUiunsi borne for so many years, he became stores V. Hamplu Itcij consul general unci shoo Alloa H Olmsted, Lo muiicdN. llbM An jhwung. The V more cheerful than formerly, and Excellent Combination. Address seemed to enjoy the society of his cstluiifes that S'J.000,000 pounds of our l The pleasant method nnd of the fanuly tnc ficcounts The friends and acquaintances more than llourii imported ut Shanghai last for a good many shady reputations. Ch. effect of the well hncitvn rrinody. year aidj the value of flour imported c.ago Daily News. Svitl'l ok Fins mnnufnctiiM'd bv the ever before. CAi.tr011.MA Fin Svitvi Co, llhMrnto into nl Qiina wns 8l.2:,2t'0. The imAll during the winter when the riillU. The llet I'rrtVrlpf the value of obtaining the liquid laxavcathcr was fair it was his custom to ports nmher lines were: Kerosene. ntitl Fever is a IxUt'o of Oijotk'k TATRt.rss tive principles of plants known Wi bo take daily drives about tho city or 42,Sat,ffOj gallons; sheetings 2,172,000 Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron nud iiiilnhm in medicinally- laxative and iroiiting tasteless form Nocuie nopay. 1'rke.MV. them iu the- form most refrwliing to thu through the grounds of the Soldiers' piecesjdry goods, 1,21)000 pieces; jeans taste and acceptable to the system. It 105.G00. I home aud always returned refreshed. It is an awful shock to find that we have Is the one perfect strengthening laxu- About two weeks ago, however, he took THE been till kVKtffli ilTiettirtllv. CANAL. -P- polite to people who were not worth it. fit.. uck. a longer ride than usual in an open dispelling colds. hradiicbcN and fevers gently ycl promptly nun cnaimugoua carriage and contracted a severe cold The .Vine of the Meinltera of the Ciilninlt- To Ccirr Cold In One Day Isauiiuni constipaiioit which Take laxative Hrnmo Quinine Tablets. All to overcome Its rapidly developed into Ire toBiHinlnrt Into tho .Matter Will freedom from druggist refund money if it fail tocurc. 25c. Dalit Hirted In a l'e kidney troubles from which every objectionable quality and lu). and its acting on tin kidneys. he had suffered, though but slightly, Those really in society arc- not as weakening WisnixdTO.v, April 11. It is probable ridiculous who are for some time. The disease readily a those who an- trying to get lit-- nnd bmvoM. without or irritating them, make it the Ideal that announcement will be made with- in. Atchison lllobe. yielded to treatment and on Thursday laxative. last he sat up for a time and seemed in a few'aays of the names of the memIn the process of manufacturing figs Carpet rags ded with Putnam Fadetts bers of the committee to examine into Djes do not fade, are brighttr and will not are used, as thev nre pleasant to tho quite himself again, but on Saturday ou siiouiu spill inegar or otnci taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho on the best route for an stain a change for the worse took place and and remedy are obtained from senna nnd canal across Central fruit acids on them. lUc per package about noon he lost consciousness. From other aromatic plnnts. by n method Hope is a pleasing acquaintance, but one known to the Cai.ifoiinia Fio Sviutp he sank rapidly and expired America In accordance with the act of that time the .astf congress making provision iou can seldom uetnd upon. Chicago Co. only. In order to got lt beneficial at :30 o'clock. News. effects nud to, avoid Imitations, please No arrangements have yet been made for tuch a commission. It has been 'full nunit! of the Company on After six years' suffering I was rured by remember the front of every package. for the funeral, nor is it known where definitely decided to appoint on the the members of JWaCure. Mary Thomson, 2!j Ohio Ave. . printed this commission he will be buried. It is probable that March 10, '01. CALIFORNIA. FIG SYRUP CO. the last Nicaragua caunl commission, Allegheny, i'a., his remains will be taken to BAN rilAKCISCO. OAU girls at a feast might be called of wnlch Adtn. Walker was the head, Society NKW YOUK. K Y. Mass., where are buried his LOUISVILLE. KY "dinner belles."-- !.. A. W. Hulktiu. For sale hy all Uiuggltts I'tlce .'cV. irtttle. father and mother and his brothers, and to add several new men. The Morrison, Noble and Cyrus, Dudley and Jonathan, two sis- natnei of Messrs S ters and other members of the Field Rogue all of whom arc engineers of family. It is possible, however, that note and reputation, arc under eameU Mrs. Field may decide to take his consideration. remains to California, where a PARTY FIRED ON. considerable part of his active life was SCOUTING A physician xho m&KCi the passed before President Lincoln ap pointed him a member of the supreme Tito Members) of the Kansn Iteglment lest and is honest about it can Wounded Near Malolos To Itelletea bench. Justice and Mrs. Field never tell you that, in many cases.the llraguered Sanlsh finrrlscin. had any children, and the only survivIIUIIIUt.1 Ul ICU V.UI JJUON.IS.O III lilt. blood is doubled after a course ing members of his father's family is Mamla, April 11. The rebels along of treatment win Dt Williams' the justice's youngest brother, Dr. the railroad fired nt a scouting party Pink Pills for Pale People. HenryFleld, the editor of tins Evangelnear Malolos Monday, wounding two ist. During several years prior members of the Kansas regiment. That this mean3 good blood mftv not be cruirelv cleaT fTOm Honning-tohis to retirement from tho The United States gunboat bench the the . doctor's statement, but any I J) justice's health at has gone to Italer, on the east .U- .11. .r, tftll .U. lias times seemed on the point of coast, in order to relieve a Spanish gin rtiiu U.. siicu tue puis wm .. Ted lips. bTight you that it means breaking, but he usually recovered garntun of I" mon, which had been eyes, dood appetite, absence of promptly and in n few days would belleapiicrod there since May. headache, and that it transagain resume his judicial duties. For It is considered significant that the forms the pale and sallow the past year and more those most in- Oceania Kspanola. formerly rabidly in into a maiden who glows with timate with him knew that his mental favor of the Filipino government, it the beauty which perfect health powers were becoming somewhat im- now counselling disarmament, advis. alone can give. paired. The results of his long career ing the Filipinos to accept the Mothers whose daughter of great mental Activity were beginthe. It has carefully analyzed debilitated as they pass ning to show themselves in a failing proclamation of the United Stutoa vi rom dtTlhood into womanhood memory. After his retirement from Philippine commission, pointing out shoula not neglect the pill best the bench,' though, his physical health the nduntnges of the definite policy adapted foT this particular ill. seemed to improve a little. determined upon. Funeral Service Over the Itcmulna. In'Ills I.ung. ih Frank n. Trout, of toj Orlswold Ave., Detroit, Mich., says i "At the Ocorge Cr.Kvr.LA.inr O.. April 11, New Yoeic, April 10. The funeral Keof fourtrcn nelmil to tnke oiirclaiiKhter from school ou acrount of ill Flood, aged 14, of 209 Huron street, if, services over tho remains of the familv health. She weicheil only u pounds, was pale nml sntlow and the doctor of Wnllace C. Andrews and G, C. St. said to be dying at the Alexlan Wroth-siraid she had anicmla. Finally wc unve her Dr. Williams' l'lnk rills for l'ale l'eoplc. When she had taken two boxes she was strong enough to hospital, from tho result of having John, who perished in Friday mornleave her bed, and Iu less than six month was something like herself. ing's terrible fire, were held at the a small piece of peanut lodge in his she Is entirety cured, aud I a blgi vtrong, healthy Khl, weighing ' Fifth avenue home of the Andrews windpipe. Last Wednesday night he Ijo pound, and has never had a sick day since.'! Ditroit KunimgNiui. family Sunday afternoon. was seized with a sudden fit of cough, Ho sucked ing while eating peanuts The genuine Dt Williams' PinK Pills fot Paw People are I'rekldent M. K. llowen Head. a piece of the nut into his windpipe, Chicago, April 10. M. K. Howen. sold only in p&tkafJc&, the wr&pper lway bearing him into spasms. He president of the Chicago city railway, which threw of duett from the the full rmme, At 4,11 was taken to the hospital, where he it died in tho Chicago hospital Suuday Or Williams Mediune Co.Sthenectady.H.Y. 50rper box. condition. The night from tho effects of an opcratlou now in an unconscious into tho luujj peanut Iihb worked clown nvvi fi for appendiciU performed Saturday, uud'sun noVbf! 'removed. '. I -- Gi.kkihvk, Mont., April 10. An ice gorge iu the Yellowstone river at thi. point caused that stream to overflow Saturday night, drowning four persons. Eight more are missing. Three spans of the steel bridge are washed out, causing a loss of S2.,000. The Northern Pacific tracks are inundated and possibly washed away for some distance and the loss to live stock by drowning will involve a large sum. The dead persons arc: Mrs. R.W. Snyder, wife of a rancher; Miss Nellie Rcng.111, her niece; Miss Rose Wybceht, a visitor to the Snyder ranch; Eugene F. O'Connor. The missing: James Sullivan, wife n ml, six children. The ice began moving at 7:30 in the evening and continued until 9:30 when it formed a gorge. The Snyder party noticing the backwater started for the Northern Pacific tracks hoping thus to escape drowning, but before they covered half the distance the water was waist deep and they took refuge in a tree. O'Connor was the first to be washed from the tree, Mrs. Snyder the second and Miss Wybceht third. A huge piece of ice struck the tree and broke it in two, carrying off Miss Reagan. It is thought that the family of James Sullivan, wife and six children were swept away by the overflow, as no trace of them can be found. Sunrrintciident The necktie department will have to be moved further away from the Manager Whj ? "The Miring tjle make that the clerk can't work." 10 iniieh Ilostou Poit. tiolte t Alnhattiue is a, durable ami naliiul roat inn for walla nnd ceiling. It is entirely dif fen nt from all "kaUomlue" preparation. Alalutiue comes in white or twelve beiiii. 1 fill tints, aud in ready for tue by milium cold water. It in nut up in dry powder form in live pound package, with full directions on euty paikagc. Alalustiuc is handxnue. cleanb and permanent. It tan be nnd minted At thtiht cxpeime. I'amt deal-e- t and drucinftU hell Alabaktine nud furnish card of Wlmt "AliiliNatllie" I. lust end of sleepless nights, with conundone, sequent irrltnblonoss and tired feeling, you. will liuve n tone mid a you to enter bno':igiilrthat will enable Into everv cluv's work wit pleasure. 1111 11 ances. Cleanse the system thoroughly; rout out alt impurities from the blood with that greatest specific, Hood's Sarsaparilta, KeinomboV, 1 tinl. medical Coltro of t e me size as the others M0 IELLEGED TRUST SUITS. The Llirney ll, for Vlultitlim Antl-Triitt (irnerut of .Irkniinn HrltiK of the rnmou I.m. 11. At- - Li Va Rock, Ark., April He Vn the .Mnll. Calltr Excuse me, cu 11 I piak to your typewriter .1 moment? 1'ity Man -- You can't; he' encased. "That't ad right I'm the fellow!"- Hits. lriitii-Ciuiiitif Hi- - Cured by local application, uh thc cannot roach the dincusod Hirtlon of the ecu. There only one way to cure ileufno.i, mid that u Dtstfuvas m by constitutional ii'iucdii-- . ) cuiiM-by nu uitluuicd condition of tho hniuK of the l'.iitiu!iian Tube. W hen thin tule ecu iiitlauii-- you liuxc a tumblim; round or iinpt'tfect hoariui;, ami when It u etituely doted is the trxiilt, and tililtt.ti the inlluiiiuiatioti on le taken out thlii tube routined to Uh iiutumi conami dition, hearing will be devtiousi foiever. nine enn-- t i.ut of ten aie cuod b) catarrh, which tiolhiui: but nu uillained condition of the mucouit Hiirfucc We will give One Hunched Dollar forany can' of Deafness icnii.ed by catarrh) that cannot be cured br Hall's Catarrh Cure. 5tnd for circulars, free. P J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the beat. lllu-trsua 1 11 , until 1 took It made 1110 porfin-- t wn-ckllood'a Sursnpiirllln which entirely cured me" Mns T110MAH Jostf, VM 8outh 8L, nltciuliiiioo Jlmnl't mttr "Goitre wns o Hint I di oxonlo In let mine go. ;' tt. my RunnlnK Soros "Hvo yoars ago leg, niDtiing or, on my causing 1110 greut nngulh. HochI'k Sarnpiirlll iicalt-- luo aoro, wiiicu n:i never up turned " ilns A w IiUiur.1T, 3U Powell affliction enmc, 1 11 L'tlca. N Y. - Street, lovve ', Mass, JfoodA SaAkif)au' a3Z3ZCTT1, ), liter Kill, IU-.- 1 I Itckht's vnlV rlhillc J"I. l'l is the not, titlUU ;,' sm - ai,ltlll- I - Wiu-onsiu- . - -- m - a . Foot-Kom- - :J S4 Wiie-flila- W ln fr INTER-'OCEAN- IC 11 sub-stanc- e, - - r 11 inter-oceani- c Stock-bridg- e. tasitTkS-iarT- 1 m. Any Girl Can Tell 6 J n I .-J qtI iuevl-tabic- iBB To-da- 1't-un- s' y drogiit. 'tV&S&tfFViStr&lSty 1 .- - -.- - &4 S -" ' 1 wp?Wfi7$ "fWi i&?Fss b "t t A FIEND'S DEED. i The Aiulrcwg KchIiIciico llolocnnst, New York. An Inccndlury'u Work;' MORE 3S3K AN EXPEDITION. SANTA Mm CRUZ Mucin CAPTURED. RIOTING AT PANA, ILL. It Will Sweep .South and Destroy FUN pluolliiiiboiitH or Shipping The Tattle Will Hit Thone of Old T'raa frontier Flghtlug-ll- ie Klpedltloii- ry Force Will Ho IHrlded Into Xiiiad of I!) Meu i:cU. 10. a lepernle eUtnee, llut Were Utterly Honied-l.awln- n' Trniiji Did the Work. runny He NrKriir., One will!.. Mn nnd n Colored Momau Wrr Killed and Nine IVnuniled-.MIIItlii There. 5TATE NEWS ITEMS. 3 S5i--9i 2 Washington, April 11. The following dispatches were received from (Jen. Oils Monday: "Manila, April al, Washington: 10. Adjutant genernow oppoCon1,600 men. Lawto'n Tho expedition (Jen. Henry W. Law ton, which started Snturdny tiljrhl with the Intention of crowing Laguna do liny, rapturing the town of Santa Cru. on the eastern shore of the lake and then sweeping the country to tlm south, consists of 'JOO picked sharpshooters, chosen from the various Hawthorne's iiiountnlu Gale's squadron, three troop of the Ith cavalry, united with Hronko's and 'flippant battalion of tho Hth Infantry; LlnekS, battalion of the 1st Idaho infantry and Fraluo's battalion of the 1st North Dakota Infantry under (Ion. King. The flotilla of 90 canoes, towed by lugs and convoyed by the gunboats Lacuna de Hay. Ocstc and Knpidau and preceded by the launch containing Sen. Lawtou and (ieu. King started from Son Pedro Macatl, on the Hlvot Pnslg, moving toward the lake Just n evening was setting In. It was a truly picturesque scene. The men wore nil In high spirit's and cnrrlcd ration for ten days, with the lightest marching equipment. (ien. plan was to reach Santa Crux Sunday morning at to rapture or destroy any rebel gunboats or shipping, to take the town and then to scour the country to the south of the lake, a district not yet explored by tho Americans. The tactic will be those of old time frontier fighting, and it I probable that the command will be divided Into squads of Vi, Jiider noifcommlssioucd ottlccrs. In (Sen. Lawton's absence the second division Is temporarily commanded by Gn. Overshlnc, whose Hue extend from tho beach near Malate, south of Manila, to the shore of Lacuna de Hay, beyond Patlg, a distance of about sevof 1,500 makila, April incu, under M'. rcg-lmeii- u, bat-ter- Law-ton'- s day-brea- k, en mile. The withdrawal of the IS companies constituting the expeditionary force made a gap In the lino from the bcr.ch to Culleuli, Just southwest of Snn I'wlni Macatl, which was subsequently tilled by the 4th regular Infantry. The rebels, on the extreme tight, had evidently been Informed of the withdrawal of the troop and they after but they met m warm reception and fell hacK In disorder on discovering that the Hue was still Intact. A night-fai- t, SAILOR, NOT A POLITICIAN. Ail in, llmrjr Sa) 1 lint elll.er liy Yoe- Hon. TImIiIiiii, (.'duration or Train. I lie Hm He I It for I'rralilrnr. Nkw Yoiik, April 10. -- Adm. Dewey has given to the Manila correspondent of Leslie's Wcoklv. nn Interview regarding tlie suggestion that tho admiral be uindtt a candidate for the presidency next year. Tho adiulr.il said, us to his politics: "I nm a sailor. A sailor has no jKilitlev The ndmlulv tratlon Is his party mid, Republican democratic, nr no It makes difference. Then, again, I conn? from Vermont and you know what that means. To be any thing but a republican in Vermont ts to bo a innn without, a jwrty. My Hag lieutenant comes frfmi Georgia. He tell mo that to be anything but n democrat in the south is to Ik? a nobody. If I lived south I would probably 1m; a democrat." "Have you ever voted'.''' the correspondent risked. "Yon years ago; but my vote was usually influenced by personal preference or local conditions. I am not a politician, have never held political olllce, and am totally Ignorant of party Intricacies and aflUiations." Adm. Dewey eald that neither by vocation, disposition, education or training wa ho capacitated to fill the presidency. He said that he was too well along In life to consider such n possibility. Ills health would not admit It. NEW POST OFFICE AT ILOILO. All his life's work was in different Willi Iloeoluil hiiiI Span-lu- ll Hull Hxi'liangi-lines of effort, nnd that while the Stamp In Hit Iteeoirnlred or kindness nnd enthusiasm of his friends I'nitnKr ( nllrctiMl, Uu-pii- site Laguna bay with dition of troop excellent; sickness slight. Otis." "Manila, April 10. Adjutant gencr-nl- , command Washington: captured Santa Cru, chief city of do Hay Monday morning; casualties six wounded; insurgent troops, leuvlng (18 dead on the field nnd large number wounded, considerable numLaw-towill pursue ber captured. (Ins." westward. s Manila, April 11. MnJ. (Jen. expedition hns captured Santa Cruz, it rebel stronghold on the southeast shore of Laguna dc Hay. '1 he Filipino's made n strong resistance, but were routed with great loss. Their killed number 0. and 40 were wounded. The American casualties were sl.i wounded. The American tiro In this engagement showed remarkable precision and was the most deadly ot the war. Tho Americans captured many prisoners, a number of cannons ami a large stock of rllles and ammunition. Tho troop were landed jienr tho city and begun tho advance at daybreak. Tho lighting began on the outskirts of Tho nilplno outposts were tho clt3'. driven in and tho main body of the rcVils charged. A hot fight followed. Ts: Americans nr.edcd little urging and gradually drove tho enemy back. A flank movement at a critical time completely demoralized tho Filipinos, and their slow retreat wns turned Into a rout. The fleeing natives were pur sued through the street of Santa Cru and for some distance Into the interior. Then a halt was called, guards posted throughout the city and the men rested. Another ndvancc may bo made Inter in the day. Washington, April 11. Santa Cruz, taken by the Auicrleans'Monday, is a town of considerable Importance. It Is the capital of the province of Li (iuna, nnd hns a xqtulntlou of about 13,000. it was n Filipino stronghold. This result Is looked on as the opening wedgo to the great stretch of country beyond, ns good roads lead out in nil directions from Santn Cms. Manila, April 7, via Hong Kong, April 11. Though hundreds of are dally returning to their homes and are doUrou ot rem in Hit; peaceful pursuits, nnd though the proclamation Issued by the United States Philippine commission has given nn Impetus to this movement, tho war Is far from ended. One of the foremost American general said recently: "Wo will see tOu.OfM noldlors in the Philippines beforo the Americans control the Islands," nnd a majority of the army are of his opinion. It is generally considered that great reinforcements nre necessary, there not being a sufficient number of American troops in the Archipelago to make conquestof the Island of Luzon and liohl the ports occupied; and It is thought that it would bo cheaper in the long run and have n bettsr effect upon the natives to establish American siiprem-- n cy effectually nnd quickly than to temporize with n oore of rebellions. All the stories told by prisoners and friendly natives agree thnt a majority of the Insurgents would beglnd toquil; but thut there nre enough professional revolutionists left to Infest the country with bauds of hundreds of men nnd to demoralize business for years to come. omo high Ainerlcnns believe that the would wisely expend government money in buying off Aguinaldo nnd his clique of influential Filipinos. in Manila think the Foreigner Americans arc too optimistic ns to the effects of the proclamation. They say that the weakness of the proclamation lies in the fact that the unlives have so long dealt with tho Spaniards that they are unable to rcallo what Its words mean and that tho purport of its promises is anything but u snare. Law-ton'- s La-guu- a Law-ton'- April 11 A deadly riot, the inou kcrious disturbance that has Millionaire Amlrima Hail Kntrrtalne occurred here since the union miners ream, and Wi About to I'ut In fort- Instigated a strike In April, 1HU8, was WILL BE CONTESTED. able Klre Kicpc Torch Apf enacted Monday, resulting in seven piled Too Moon. f pcrious being Claim i'reiiented AgalnU the Htale by shot to death and nine llieCol. W. W. Ilaldirlit for Many ThousNkw Yoiik, April 10. Tho police and wounded. and of Dollar. Inspectors now believe that The situation quieted down at nightpo.Htofllco tho lire In the Andrews mansion, which fall Htid no more trouble was looked FltANKroitT, Ivy., April a.- - Attorney cost in lives, Including that of Million- for. Adjt. Cen. Iteccc, CofA. K. Cul- Cochran, of Maysvllle, representing aire. W. C. Andrews and his wife, was ver nnd three companies of Infantry Col. W. W. Haldwln. the "turnpike Tho motive, arrived at 0 o'clock Monthly evening king," came to Frankfort Thursday to of Incendiary origin. is every reason to believe, was on special trains, and perfect order present Col. Ilaldwln'b side of tho turnthere a desire for revenge, growing out wns maintained throughout the town pike fight to tho stntc sinking fund of a petty quarrel in tho servants' from that time on. The troop now commissioners, who control the state's quarters. I here are one company from De- stock In all corporations. Cochran told Anonymous letters received by Mr. catur, under Capt. Castle; Com- the board that Col. Hnldwln, as presiAndrews and hi wife during tho last pany c. from Springfield, under First dent and manager of the Maysvllle three mouths threatened thatsomcono Lieut, llnumau and Company 11. from and Lexington turnpike, has a claim rnylorsvillc. under Capt. It. Parish. against the state for many thousands In tho household would be seriously unless Mery Flnnuigan, a cham The soldiers immediately began patrol-in- g of dollars, and that tip would like to the streets throughout the entire have ii hearing before the board as to bermaid employed there, was dls-r charged. They even hinted at tho dc town. Miners stood about. In crnim the legality and Justness of this claim. lancing but there vas no outward The board decided to give him this structlou of the house by fire. The-po-- j lice made a determined attempt to ap--, manifestation of excitement although hearing and will next week fix a day prchcud the writer of tho letters, bnt It was evident that great indignation for Haldwln to appear anil produce met with no success. So worried over existed, especially among the town-th- e evidence as to why the state should matter wns Mr. Andrews that ho i people over the shooting of the citizens pay him the money claimed to be due arranged to have a portable fire escape j and women. Henry Stevens, a Negro him. put in each of the bedchambers in the miner, who has long been considered n Judge Hullock, who represents the house and they were to have been put leader among his associates, is declared clement, siysthc trouble to have been the direct cause of the was precipitated by the .refusal of lu next week. The police have the originals of the riot. It is said he was also the leader Haldwln to sell the remaining part of threatening letters in their possession, of the riot that occurred last Septem- tho pike and distribute the proceeds. they having been turned over to them ber. The case will be bitterly contested. by Mr. Andrews, and since the Arc ".Stevens ha long cherished hatred HAS BRIGHT'S DISEASE. Friday morning they have redoubled for Sheriff Downer nnd has openly their efforts to run down the persoivjor made threats that he would kill Mm Hon. ,1. Sored hinltli, of Itlrhinoiid. Ky. Ii persons who wrote nnd mailed the lct-jo- n sight, Sunday ho was on the III uud III Frlendu Are Alarmed . streets witli a revolver saying he was nt III Condition. Karly In .January Mr. Andrews for Sheriff Downey, HiciiMo.vii, Ky., April 10. Hon. J. celved the first anonymous letter. jt lie continued this Monday and Shcr-ndvlsof the Kentucky h'.m to discharge Mary Flr.nnl- - iff Downey came upon him on Locust Speed Smith, gan. This letter and those siibap strict. The sheriff commanded Stevens legislature, former candidate for the qucntly received were In a man's hand- - to deliver the revolver nnd told him republican nomination for congress in writing. During February nnd March he was under arrest for carrying con-th- e this district and one of the most promletters continued to come, somenof cealcd weapons. Stevent. without a inent nnd widely known masons in which hinted at burning the hoittc. word, instnntlv leveled his weapon and the state, Is critically ill of Uright's Mr. Andrews' family turned the lctttrs ireil at tho sheriff. The bullet went disease at his home in this city- 111.. i 1'a.va, 9 Wffl LOUISVILLE Huri-- ' JOCKEY CLUB. Hie lllcSluUe I.oul- - It Announces the Date of lo lie Uun IJurlnp the v I11 Soring Meeting. M,f anti-llaldw- iu tc-rs- Lol'Isvilli:. Ky., April 7. Secretary Chnrlcs F. Price, of the Louisville Jockey club, Wednesday night announced the following as the dates' of the big stnke races to be run during the Louisville spring meeting: May 4, the Derby; Moy ft, Debutante stakes; May 0, Louisville handicap; May 8, Hlue Grass stakes; May 10, Mademoiselle stakes; May 1!!, Frank Fehr stakes; May 15. Wenonnh stakes; May 17, Premier stnkcs; May 10. Juvenile stakes; May 20. Kentucky Oaks. Mr. Price made the prediction Wednesday night that the racing season In Louisville this year will surpass that of any previous year, the weather permitting. He Is led to believe that by the beginning of the meeting between b.'iO and 1,000 horses will be quartered at the track. turnout Htalllan. Lkxinoton, Ky., April 10. The custom of exhibiting stalliom on April court day will be observed here Monday. The Kentucky Trotting Horse Hree'ders' association has tendered the use of its grounds and sutll- cicnt stable room to the owners of blooded stallions The show will bo held from 9 a. in. until 3 p. in., with a parade of the horses in front of the grand stand at noon. time-honor- . cd k The Trunt Haying Whisky. I'll-Ipln- t were gateful to him nnd the generonr Wahiiinoton. April 11. F. W. Vallle, tributes of tho American people were dear to him he could not and would assistant postal superintendent nt Manot be a candidate for the presidency nila, reports to the department thnt by of the United .State under any condi- order of Maj. (Ien. Otis on February olllcinls 21. he met the Filipino tions. fioin the island of Negtos nod Tahor Dying. In order to demonstrate that tho )k..vi:k. Col., April W. Tabor, of Colorado, voluntnry surrender of the InsurSenator H. A. at tho point of death lit the Windsor gent forces there was nppreelated hotel hi this city, lie was taken down gave, instruction that the Hollo post with appendicitis several days ago and oillco should begin nt once cxehnnglng Hocolod. The Spanish because of his advanced nge his phy- mail with an operation uaiups were to be recogni.ed or unpaid sicians hnve decided that would be fatal and he had a better postage collected nt the rate of two cents per ounce. chance for recovery without it. 1 Adm. Ilfwtj Wilt Not Attend the Trace llii'lr Wiibi 4lvnnrrl. 11.--T- lulillee, I'lTTsnttl'.oii, Pn.. April , Wahii.noton, April 10. Secretary Long nnnounees thut the delicate nnd important duties devolving upon Adm. ticorge Dewey, in connection with tho icstorntion of peace nnd the icorganl-atlo- n of tho government In tho precludes n compliance vlth the request of the Husincss Men's association of Washington looking to his participation ii tho proposed pcaco jubilee in tula city some time next month. Phil-ippin- Steel Co. Monday the wages of all employes from IS' to SO pe- - cent. About 800 men nre affected. The- Tottcu A. Hong Steel Co. advanced wages 10 per cent. One hundred men will bo benefited. Talior Until. Dknvku. Col., April 11. lion. H. A. W. Tabor, postmaster of this city, and States senator, died at U:!0 a. m. Monday of appendicitis after three daya' Illness. Lexington, Ky., April 10. It is said that fully a half million dollars has been paid for whisky here by the trust within the last few weeks. The prices have ranged from $14 to 813 per barrel, or more than ten cents per gallon above the prices at which the same over to the police. wild. The sheriff Immediately opened and his friends arc alarmed at his condition. Ileccntly he made a trip to whisky sold prior to the formation of Hre on tlie egro. Depute blierifl STEAMER JOHN K. SPEI rli.,.T.. l.Afitn. ft... citron! Inrv a...l..w1 Cincinnati nnd was examined by a the trust. specialist, who, it is said, told him Wlilnky Expert's 3lllon. , I to Join Sheriff Downey. hlie lleraine tlntiianaceHliln While there was no hope for his recovery. Lkxinoton, Ky., April 10. i. J. oictciis iuuk to ins iiecis anu sucllie I'ort of t.ouUvllle and U Vlrrrkeitt ceeded in gaining Ucnwell's general Speed Smith is one of the most popu- Lamphear, the well known whisky ex .ill ill . .in i.iir. iii'ir ...ill. store in Locust street, tho principal lar men In Central Kentucky, and his pert, who has been chosen by the Louisvillk, Jy April 10. The Ug thoroughfare, two blocks distant, nnd friends all over the state will regret to whisky men of the state to go to tlm Paris exposition n the interest of tho s'.crn wheel steamer John lv. Spc took his stand in the entrance. Ho hear of his falling health. Kentucky product, left Sunday night Xcw owned by the Cincinnati hesitated there an Instant und Foul Vuy la fcuspected. '.cans Packet Co., became unmann then stepped to the pavement, lev- Louisvillk, Ky., April 0. Friends for Chicago, to confer with Commisable while leaving her dock Stind led his revolver down the street are alarmed about the disappearance sioner Peck concerning his ofllcial ap"" afternoon owing to, n, treacherous cu pursuer in this city of Vward his approaching I. Samuels, u tobacco pointment. rent and the high wind prevailing nu The bullet missed the grower of Glenn's Fork, Adair county. fired. Col. I'epper to Kettr From the Turf. drlftetl down tho river until she strucV .hare, .tcn.dnvt niro wltli u. Lkxinoton. ICv.. AnrU 8. Col. Jamei.J fflgtfc its .andw6trueJk-Xavl" i."i. r.,i toe ouicr point or me ivonu nan, who was staniHng atmo largo quantity o'tobaccoT Ileliad'a side of the dam. The force of tli nco of a nearby saloon, squarely large sum of money with him, and it the turf and Tifsigtwcycaftd.tn"tlMSWi so great that the hi Impact 'the forehead, killing him Instantly; Is feared he has been murdered. The Louisville In Eugene Leigh's stable vessel careened to such nn extent (evens then turned nnd ran Into the last time he wns seen was Sunday eve- will be sold in New York April 17. thnt people on shore were sure 9e n well storo and bought refuge be ning, March '.'0, when he left his hotel Great activity in the whisky trade has she would topple over, but she flj,i n counter. Uy this time the streets presumably to see some of the sights led Col. Pepper to abandon the turf Tightened up again nnd almost in a ,J.re rapldly filling with men, nil of Police aud detectives have been noti temporarily and devote all his time to twinkling settled down to the rock- - ilom Deputy fied, but their search thus far has prov-c- l his distillery, which is not in tho bijj weapons. bore bottom, the water rushing into her jicney combine. dashed into the store of no avail. hold through n large Jagged hole aft fjllowed by Deputy Joe Mullen Only Celebrating. of her boiler to the larboard side. The J,d several citizens. :i fusillade of bul- - Mn. I.UIe'K Kenldeiu-- llontrojcil by I'lrc. Colvmiiia, Ky.. April S. '.. L. Samde0. Fire Llxinoton, Ky., April big pine derrick pole support ts was poured Into the store nnd uels, the Adair county man for whom ing tho Immense htaglng broke In twt Acvcns emptied his revolver at his as stroyed the elegant country home of the Louisville police have been looking like :i match nnd the staging went Hants from behind the counter. 1 he Mrs. Itufus Lisle, widow of the late for a week, turned up nt his home in overboard with nn awful smash. It furiated crowd at the door continued Hufus Lisle, one of the most important Glcnville. He said ho had been celwas a" miracle that several ol 4 ic ilro nnd Stevens, seeing that death turfmen who ever lived in this city. ebrating and walked home. He went the crew were not killed or injured in I as inevitable if he remnlncd behind The home, "Lisleland," is one of the to Louisville to sell his tobacco cror. this incident, but nobody wns touch io counter, made a desperate itasll handsomest and most widely known in nnd left his team standing. It wax ed. The most fortunate part of the, iom j,is cover to a stairway In the rear the Hluegrass nnd on its pastures ninny feared he had met with foul play. famous thoroughbreds have browsed. calamity was that not a soul of A ti,u store. I'ritoner Are Ilarrcd. tlie 100 aboard were injured in the The military upon arrival iminedi-tcl- y Fire caused by explosion of gasoline. Loss, S'J0,000: Fkankfoht, Ky., April 7. Prison least, some not even getting their feet nrrested vcry deputy sheriff, Warden Lillard notified the Lexington wet. Tlie life savers responded with Ten Yearn for Alex Pence. Chief Deputy Cheney, all of oflicials that none of the prisoners con3. After being greatest alacrity with all their, hhom were disarmed nnd then releas- tho Richmond, Ky., April in the Lexington jail and under life boats and were beside the J. Chief of Police Klely was also out live hours the jury in the case of fined peniteutlary sentence will be received vessel almostly Instantly. irresteil by tlie soldiers ana upon ue- - Alex Pence, charged with tlie murder With two crew. ferrying from the boat) ng taken before Col. Culver was dis of James Smith for alleged intlmncy at the penitentiary until :'0 days havo of to the shore all the passengers woro armed by him. with Mrs. Pence, brought in a verdict passed. The quarantine Is because soon brought to terra firma and the Carrio Felix, a waitress at tlie Har Friday morning fixing his punishment the smallpox scare. members of the deck nnd cabin crew rison hotel, was shot In the side by n at ten years in the penitentiary. Won It ! were carried over. Ky.. April 7. The fight 1'Ani'CAii. bullet that entcroJ the kitchen win Pence's attorneys will appeal the case. The Speed was on hoi way to Now dow from the Puna mine- tipple. between Kid Keys aud Jack ol. I'epper. Ilenlnl ! Orleans when the accident occurred night was clearly oneMbert Vleker was wounded while Lkxinoion, Ky., April 0. Col. James anil had JOS tons of miscellaneous standing on the Dig Four station plat Tuesday, sided, the latter being the cleverest K. Pepper, in nn interview freight aboard. There Is no way of form. denied that the James K. Pepper Com- nnd hardest hitter, but in fifth round estimating tho value of the frcigb', It wns learned Monday night that pany distillery is to be in association Hrodie unintentionally fouled his op. but it is all insured in open policies in the names of the three dead combine, alleged in tlie dis- poncnt while down, and the referee,! the agency of George W. N'carc v Xegro miners nre James L. James, with a Tuesday to be under formation awarded the decision in favor of Keys.. patches Co.. of Cincinnati. Hminent steam-Inia- t (ireenville. S. C; Henry Hoobs in Chicago for the purpose of opposing lie I Wanted in Covington. at say that authorities Ala.; Chns. Wntklns. Ala- the Kentucky Whisky trust. Tari?, Ky., April 0. Andrew Myerv least of tho Speed's value bama. The llrst name of the dead Neof this elty, was arrested Tuesday on. Judge I'etreo Ilropi llruil. will bo saved, while the actual loss on gro woman is Julia. Her last name .). Judge n charge preferred by a Covington girl.. HoPKiNsvii.LK, Ky., April the cargo will not be over SI, 000. The can not be ascertained. She is also Speed is valued nt about SS,000. She from tho south and said to be the wife It. T. Potree, the Nestor of the south- The ofticer who made the,arrest traced. lies on the rocks, with the water over of a Negro miner here. ern Kentucky bar. dropped dead here Myers to Carlisle, then to Hlue Lick Springs, where ho caught him. Meyers, her main deck nmldshlps. It is beIt Is currently rumored that Mayor Friday shortly aftercoucludinga three is well known here. lie was lieved she will have to be wrecked to Warren Fcnwcil, son of the operator hours' argument in court. savo whatever the underwriter. m.iv of tho l'cnwell mine, was In the formerly judge of the Third Kentucky Capt. Dun Turner's Will l'rolmledi secure, such as boilers, machinery and Paiiis, Ky.. April 6. -- The will of mine during tho time of the shoot- judical district. rlBffingI out l'lay Humored. Capt. Dan Turney wns probated Tues ing, and it Is said he remained there all lllc Cereul Crop In Ciillfornln. (iKokoltown, Ky.. April 0. William day. Ills estate Is divided eininlly beafternoon and Monday night. San Fuancisco, April 10. Convincing It Is certain that at midnight ho was Hockabce, aged aWu 45 years, was tween his four daughters, with the exevidence of the great cereal crop extra to hi not at home and had not been seen on burned to death at Sadievillo while ception of giving by California farmers this sea- the street during the day or Monday very drunk. He fell into nn youngest dnughter. Amos Turneynnd son Is furnished by tlie demand for tho night. . fireplace. There nre rumors of J. Frank Clay are named as executors. grain bags made at tho San Queiiun Hradley stated at midnight foul play In connection with his death. Coroner Klk to Hold a Fair. penitentiary. More thnjf .ViOO.000 have that he had been told that the bodies ot Lkxinoton, Ky., April S The- - Kik.i Killed lijr ii Fall From Ilia Ilorne. already been sold, and orders are being six more Negro miners had been found Camiton, Ky., April 0. Uev. Mell- of this elty propose tp hold a gigantlo booked for future delivery, the supply In the Flatham district. The coroner aril Hrcwer, of Lane, fell off his horse fair this summer. The Keutuclr assobeing exhausted. The majority of or- was unable to verify the rmnoraiid on Main street hero Friday morning, ciation race course will be se iiaed for ders have come from the San Joaqui I to wait until daylight to investi- dying instantly. the occasion. valley counties. gate. Injuries I'rinrd fatal. Keith (lot OR Kinllj. School Furniture Trut rroperly War Ilerlared at tin llnd. Tiiankfout, Ky.. April Maysvillk, Ky., April S. Kobert Wahiiinoton. April 11. -- The final Powell, who fell from the C & O. via- Hradley Thursday pardoned .1. S. of Clkvkla.nd.O., April A first mort- ceremony in the here, sustaining a fracture of the Keith, of Wayne county, serving two duct gage upon the property of the recently peaceful relations between the Fnltcd skull, Is dead. Ills home was in Lewis years for detaining a womau. Keith at the white organized school furniture trust, which States nnd Spain occurred county, and not at Greenville, 0 as had only been In toe penitentiary a absorbed plants at various points house at U o'clock Tuesday, when the was reported. month. Uu uiighout the country, has been filed president and Ambassador fainboii, ( olored .Man Aaftlnateil. Ml Duke Sold to a IIoaIoii Man. here for record. Tho mortgage is the latter acting for Spain, exchanged Danvii.lk, Ky.. Aprils. Geo Mulccs, Lkxinoton, Ky.. Apiil T. J. L. Tarl-tojriven by the American School Furniratifications of the treaty of peace. colored, while plowing ou James Hum- has sold to George W. Lcavitt, of ture Co. to Walter (1. Oakman nnd He.hlenre In Ituln. mare Mua f(im Jn jowcr (Jarrnril county', Hoston, the Ueorgo IJ. Turnbull, trustees, nnd sehomo ItlciiMOMi, lnil., April U.-f Duke, (trial. 'J:HK. at three bhot ti,roUKh the heart by waR cured a loan of SI, 500,000, The prop, David Held, near this city, burned. parlies. His body wasfouud In. years), by Simmons, dam 'Vtu. hyilci, irty covered by the mortgngo Include . i ..... rnri! Insur. i I.... '... 'n"""B """ I the fleld Tim.Uay eventr Wilkes. The price is about S'J.OOO, all the plnut. controlled by th. trust, mnMaJ ' mnciv, SI, 000. . t .a:a ... '. cr lcoV wliOt-cam- a wi-x- i s v Hrodio-Wednesda- non-unio- n three-fourth- s, Pen-we- ll - d Sloit-RKo- it, 10.-- n four-year-o- ld Thc un-o- fEVCVMPWM wBWlOU wwaupii iitimi"nnii?r)wi HOW INDUSTRIE CAN BE A rnnmt Soualoriiil Convention. ,l Goinz to Build ! I This Spring? Wo cm furnish yon with every- thing needed to build with i convention Iihn been cnlli to meet in Pulton, May L'l, 2p. fr Plan for IlickniHii and Fulton to nominate it Di'iiiiiitrutiu cm ' County. dale for Suite Senator. I no precinct rmiviMiiioiiH mi el A Cotton Factory Discussed. lit respective voting places to I loot ESTABLISHED. Don't Fovget That wo aro i OTHgQ&oecaw M.,''tJffWTi-ii(ti'iVTtorU- T Hickman bus tlio reputation nt delegate to ouch 100 otes ii HEADQUARTERS . . . .it . . . having more surplus cm pitiil than ft action over fll). Is much most small towns, lint this PRICES, LOWEST VERY Tlio Samoau War. 'exaggerated, ami is only partly for Therp are men and women j t rut. Tlio Siiinnnti war don't nmoiiit here who have lame capital em Rough Lumber, impersjirgnr . Ql Mt 'PoiliCS ptn-eIn mortgage, bonds ....il'tomuoh.iiBMMiio Dressd Lnmlicr, llvtH re l,eil'K Doom attil indnws. t hke iueiilmeiil-- ; chiefly because S.vh and niiud, more Samon they are grounded in the idea Mint few Amciicansmid Shlniles. NaiR ....I I. I.. .....,.!.,,. ........,i. ...).. Builders Hardwire. niiiiin n.!i m ' frit iiientH are Ha fern nil at mill II rin.1 .. uimiiiif; mi. - imiiiji . , .. .... it Pin jvaH CHK milium. 1 I1U MIUIIL" IS I Tliim. iu HO"" tended with lees euro. Lime, Content and Piaswc ! little or no chance to attract such of all our new possessions. J L"t us Spurs with ynH. IlOW llftl till UlllHSe I'llt ..ntnr .....J...I I...... l,' 'o be bcnclltted! P. &W.S. prise., though such may promise groat I'1'0-- ' powerful nation, and i (toners over all others, Hatters ; Lo X Urge protil. same l not only true oti,,,!,- - but how tunny of the The or all the plo are tnnro prosperous or I . Hickman, hut relatively Glass, Ilrtllroatl Time Tabic. 'towns mid communities through-- Plor Wierebj I i out 'he South; and jet the whole X., 0. St. I. R. R. &c. 'oim Forward ! nearly, is hootniiiK with , South; ARRIVES1 Ml nersous indebted to O. A, t.r.VK: a. Trla N. M. T new life and prosperity, and near- combo aro uotillcd that tlioy must el Tflc.N a Tt V I. fr.lu .So 1, f ly altogether through new facto lorwanl and hcttle. JJtlnya aro Keionx. Verbnm Sapieuti" ries and industrial institutions. LOCAL NEWS. I And these factories have been i I tJOWGIIiL i:il ! v ,np C0ln ",ul ,errtU,t' See SHAW'S ad ia this finned local interests of the com tiou. Everybody h: been trying to gar inanity, den a little this week, What the merchants need is Read the Marshal's t of property more Olivers, and what the tanner1 i Advertised for sale for t.u.e-3- . All ueens is more consumers for 'ho i The hteamer John K. Speetl sunk, wo rub products he does, or can, raise in front of Louisville. No lives lost. . The Ladies have a cordial invi- And these interests are answered only through iudtlries employing1 tation to visit The New City Bakery. They havocomuio need to advertise men nml women. For, after all.i a 4th of July celebratiou at Xew Mad tUH greatest capital in any com rlu MO. ' inniiitv is the employed labor. In' ' . . The Illinois Central has 5,000 miles of comuiunities through of track, and moreover passes through) hundieds j otu the South largo cotton facto . Burdwell, says the lvth. our citi7ent went to ries have been established through A nuniberof Union City Wednesday night to hear capital subscribed in weekly and liob Taylor lecture, Patroui70 homo industries and monthly installments for a term of buy your Bread and Pastry of the New years. Thus iu tho aggregate proUity Bakery. 50.000 or ducing a largo cupital The cloctiou in the Tennessee sido $100,000 and by report such have ot Fultou, last week, resulted in the election of R. T. Milner for Mayor, and been made to pay good dividends. Jesse Walker for .Marshal. Our people have an exact illustraBecause a man has 6pent tho best tion of the plan iu the successful I !, ,,rn.v..l .! .1,0 mm,, half of his life pulling through bad features of our operation of tho Hickman B. & $1 Tn?kima?3!$ 2tv3BB1 roads is uo valid reason why he should bo spend the rest of lus days. L. Association for 10 years past, t ,W. 5i3 J 13 H rurnitiirn 11 I" I H r&X&tt&l'y lC DPHrili V ""V Work on the new Cumberland Pres- - During that .time the Hickman H.I nt Ikv mramoA araTCi-& L.' A.aao,ciafioii baa loaned lurg) 11 lie ' .i. the wo are. informed. Itin will city ouoof ly more than $100,000, and it tins,' handsomest edifices the when if.'lSv completed. paid promptly and on demand nil Zkffi&Zfii&eX There's so innrli to JS?"Try a barrel of Erin Lime and liabllilies and good profits; and ($8 G be seen, so much to idlotd you otar (Jement from Ledfoku te Rogers. every i.i pleasure there. Come In uuy ceni oi ii una ncen raised Xone better. time, whether you m ike an im by monthly payments. The sumo mellate purchase or not. It's bottglit tho jr tiinotMr. Ben Shaw has Wabash and Bon plan well ciioukIi to know what vou're property, corner has been profitably tiaed in Ket a wwk of m0Mlh streets, and, after making some establishing and operating factoneeded improvements, will occupy it as a residence. ries iu hundreds of towns in the The Inter-StatAssociation of Odd South, of lato rears, and formanv i,reotAn!mn,a years iu the Eastern States. Faducah on A number Stephens & IBI"I, k rfrKartfT7-i- t TfaliiflMM n , . of Odd Fellows of this city will attend Following out this lino of thought H BLl HAS A.N. 1 &omu'"t . "y the Association. it was found that with ouo hundred j d delegates JayO, U p. in. (Jm f "t If You Want Reliable Shoes. StlMK SHOKS LOOK WKlili, Hl'T WKAlt 1I.UII.T. I Cough Syrups, .......-..l.,rln.- r I L Ellison. fr 1 Toilet Articles, Window wncy's Candics, OUK SIJOHS look-- well, fit well, unit uenr well. Ynu get uo plugs liero. Wo liave a few clioap Shoes, but they nic not for Kile. WKSKFifi only fiOOn SHOES 'Lead and Oil, Vt.tr 15- -" nl LOW IMUCKS. We are expert in the tut of fitting the feet. We can tell at a glance if anything is wrong with' lhe Shoes ou wear, mid if they are the htyle mid tduipo best muted to your feet. Hring in your foot troubles; we will' cure them mA ehurgu' von onlv for the Shoes vou buv. ; OUlt lines Men's, Ikos, Ladies, li-s- iyl r.;?A r&3t smwb g-L- MUh and Childrm'ii Stylwh, rviccnbli? k nil HIGH GRADE SHOES ShiK"., U excel any previous season's showing ! thl. Store's motto for the u w'tmous uhe.ul. OUR L1NU LiidhV Pnstom-inndStrap SlIptHrs, OxfonN and rntice aiimtis, tu in nl. iiriug lied, Cluvolatis ntid l!luk,,uiiniiHiu nud common honi-worth f'i $1.50 u mil thum at..... - o tiv-,- , I T- - iSJUJE&HfiyLBB., i "... US23OS3!:!-Mee9- ex-uo- TYLER, REAL ESTATE :AM.) INCKAIVCIS AGENT.. Hpeeial attention give-i- o the Belling of Heal Ktntp of nil kind;: nod roptfMMii! a full line of tlio best and most rellulile Fire Iimur mno riiitipatiicH doing biisiness In lhe State, and thnl ''Old UelluMe"' MUTUAL 1IKNKMT LI KB INSUUAN'OK '.'Om that Iih alreMily pild out Ixrgely ovor ? liM,lHK Lift in lllnkiuitii mid vloinl l.. and is IhMiiIng the cheapest and best policy of any regalnr Life' Iiimiratii'M Oompany doing bniiiiesn In this country. Ilk ioHaIirl your patioiiHgt'.- Call and see him. :o - 1 I iflWgHj -r 1 1 1 1 - .o r to-ila- iievA-5n- WXiGi& Wl fiVktiS -- -- t"," C.ir-ro- ll fZ?S j O. 1ST. HEXjIVCcky Kc at ma E i c ic n, u o Solo Agent for Yn lean Chilled Plows, andl , f -J- thft ames Andrew , nf.inivr.it-1.. ..., latest patterns from iu u little Uj-- s than 21 ; would be reached two years. (2) At tho rate of lifty cents Muyfield 22nd. and per week tho time would bo a little less t&" A nico lot of Floor Mattings, tho than four years. (8) At tho rate of 12c General, is tou April 19 ; Hickman 20th ; Fulton to 85o fnr ftV dollar per week per share the par valno ..,, ..at Ulin """VVTt,!! r.lto V,'f,Z announced to speak Scott, candidate for1 nnn-tn,iHn- i .......... n A I f.U ! Dealer in Disc li arrows, Disc Cultiva tors, One Horse Cultivators, One I Torso Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Porks, &V Car C.ill and look at " H, O. Ambkko. per yard. ff Tho election of teachers for Hick man College, for tho nest term, will , take place at tlio next regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, May flth, 1899. eeo notice in tins issue, The Obion County Teachers' Asso- elation will meet in Union City Satnr-day, May 10th. The Weak loy County teacliers win meet witli tliem and a largo attendance is expected Tho next regular meeting of the On " Hickman Building and Loan AssociaIn organizing a company each subbo held at the court house next tion will payments Thursday night, 20th mst. Dues must scriber for stock makes tho by week as abovo indicated oither or bo paid by 2 o'clock of that day. month. Call and get a freo samplo of On tho basis of subscriptions aKkTetra- Chase & Sanborn's famous Roasted Cof- ting one hundred thousand dollars there ' H. Buchanan. fee, sold only by would bo paid Into tlio company eacli year about twenty-Jivthousand dol -- The season for concerts and lectur lars, with this amount of money tho es Js ueanng an end. Soon tho circus j buildings could bo constructed and paid will bo marching through tho land, for in the first year. lusido the second leading captive the small boy who year tho machinery could bo will have hold of his father's baud. bought and put iu operation. In three -- Mr. and Mrs. M.B.Shaw gavo a years from tho timo of its organization social party Monday evoning coniph t would be usually entirely feasible to wcntaiy to their neice, Miss Birdio1 lmvo the entiro plant in operation with Bhaw. of Oaktou, which was attended 8')in? tk'b,t- wh,oh coull ? Pil'( olT, " "L1U Mm JU u,u "" bv all our vonnit Bocietv neonlo. and. year. highly enjoyed A capital of ono hundred thousand City Marshal Dillon received a let dollars would build a cotton mill of ter Monday from tho Chiof of Police at about five thousand bpmdles and two Cairo, Ills., telliug him to look out for hundred looms which would furnish a couple of burglars and "work for about ono hundred hands wno left that city in a skiff for points I'heso estimates aro only given for condown tho river. veylug tho most general idea. Thero Look out for "Jack the Peeper." and aro infinite conditions that might vary of the items given, ami there- if you catch him peering throiiKh vour ' '"O tno rnoral 1U:0;l?,J window shutters after night, till his roT liirlo fnll nf alinr TTa wno fnon nnnni.m Slllt Plight 1)0 dificreilt according tO tllO , throwrli tho blinds of a residence in this cost of materials and tho kind of pro-"nct esiri to no uuuio. city one night last week. Tho condition uecesanry in this I keen constuntlv nn linnd flin grades or Flooring, Celling, Siding, community for such an enterprise' best Shingles, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, to be successfully operated is fori Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, &c. H. O. Ambeko. six or seven men of known good4 Tom Hines, charged' with killing J. 'judgment, honor and rosponeibili- , i villi G rPlrnn ....- - trlf! In flnlntiwill liu . y to tiiKO i no onu, incorporate- a Saturday bofore Esqs. Lambert and Dib lard. Tho defendant was represented company, whii giiarauieeH oi uo by Hon. Fred Ualdwell and tho plain- vacillating management, and it can tiff by Hon. J. T. Burnett. Hines was put under a 12.000 bond to make his up bo made a success from tho beginpearauco at the next term of circuit ning. Tho great ndvnntngos to i 1 . j '.', e ono-third cents per week the timo would be a little les than eight yean-- . Each of theba plans of payment ha e been tried at tJhurlottu, iS. U., and in each case tho result has been buccess- fui. Tho plan (3) of fifty cents per week per share, it transpires, is the most suitable lor all ordinary cases and places. would bo tho the At this , ,;.ivuu,n1s for lll)0Kut fonr voare "" J '""" "" il " " "" or Siu p'rmontli ?U,I,.V,, (1(110) $' 'T.r , JO " " ' i On 23 " (Vi) li.LO l IU ' twenty-live Spring (Dpensng! ! HIGH-CLAS- ?! Implements before buying. S ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING AND SUMMER Eeramed Business! E38S My purchn-e- s -- 90 ' J. I,, B, B umuuiuiflu IU. (Th fkT n VT Til m mTMWm NOW ON MY COUNTERS. this kimpoii urpahes all other in RICHNESS. VARIETY and ST LE The pit terns aro our own. and no fear of duplnation. My shelves aro crowded with the t world's he,t, atH loneliest productions. Among tho lafi-n- J. J. C. HONDUHANT has bought the Grocery Stock of Ai.Ted MoI)anti:l, in the IWelt Hloek, and will continue business at lie has added largely to tho .stock, nut! will keep equal to auy that-btand- . NOVKLTlKSaietlav: Grocery Establishment Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from, . Devon Pique, Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity;. Lucerne Cheeks, Egyptian Madras, Pei'Man and And many others. J) v lie solicits tho ttade oif his patrons of former years and the public generally, promu--anall FAIR OKA I. INC. i"g to cl - -- $ Lawns,. , French-Organdies- , safe-blowe- - . "MajQstio" Cooking B'&sges; The Best in the World I. You fminot Make a IflintRlie I ?" I havo the prettiest .torl: nf !TjKS for Shirt Waists over shown hero. Also, VASH SI.KS and SATTINS. I havo.idihd to my bhxic, Ready-Had- In Buyiag Que of tliese Kaages t? Ons of its Strongest Points is its Ladies' cheap, e Shirt Waists, g .,.., -- "i ""m ... which aro so much in nso this season. They aro bought direct from the uiuuuf.it turers, aro perfect-fittinand very ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL!! Hakes liisouits in 4 MinnteR a Bnying u ''MnJoHtlc" lilo-llm- e Light nrend In 40 Minutes.-meliu- s of Economical Oooklngg .. . WHITE APRON'S make them only 25c eurh. lor of these, cheaper than you can Call nud I'xaiMlnc Them. P61Rf You'll Huy no Olhr. I cordially invito ovcryliody to call and examine my entiro stock. aim toinparo cjnality and price. ,0 fH. btatf tho merchaiits fanners, working jaMtlflabl- o.- Troy News people, and the whole poople, is that Hint wan too appHrcut to need uiscnssion. Muir, I Th?JrZ &&&,'S&,ftV,S4. b!$. O. AMBESG. B. BH2STASIS, tathe Courier Officer Bring. Your. Job. Work J.. '. '.Vi.Vftfci'-cr ?IM J"CM" "." ' tlll" I'l' .lllnarwrfl.Mw.,riHlli.Mir.f 1 - ' K 494t4-ftt- f Local and Personal. WiPiillK.wrtrMlodkHd.irIfiin.lIooiJJ', Ami Uf! seems :i hikI, sad plight. (Jet np anil whhIi your windows ho Yonr eyes can sec things rljjht. 'run kplscoiul uo.vvocatiunmiMVfiimil Hickman Collugo MAIlOlt IIXAJHSATIOV, IHOfl a Diilloolt forViie:it.- VffFWV! - wwsav I The Paduenli Kpfseopul eonvoentio" ...,. irfvio'vnf 1 Hull?- iti If Pitttl'a f1ltiwtli ....,... ., IIIIT . t iKliini(,'o market uutlioiily in nil... r.iit.. I.,., ..... it,.. llllllll"! Ill it... liy I n ... .. Tnwillliv. ..,, -- onlliniHli Wed- . :llll llllllin IIIE 1IIII LI1T1 tiittrr"'imirize:Tliiit tho w n theOn MONDAY, thoMay 8lH, 1809, it lie In a , , flmldny of l(.rt, noW, , t ,. !?.... ...i.l 'll. .... I.. u JH'Y. v.. 1J..I.I lHMt Mx in each My term of the Fill- t..l.... llllll llllimt.l. 'I. Uts, .. Stuhr. Kinma It fMvrui.i j ion Coun.y Court, nt Ih court Iiouib door Dim ii i ami Hov. Cuter, Sucretury. This r Third Uriido .1 ... i;iiiiiiiiiuuh IIIIH n,. ""'J if !.'... I... :;.. .lamauetl bv tho in Hickman, Ky., I will nail to the high' u not oillriul body hi all, ami hah on'. ri7. :"mo"" ti t. Alwrvul ami )lMSl,-- Wt'illlier Conditions wlvliih est biilder, for 6tU, for taxes due the ly tho yurjKMi" of bringing church poo-pliritiilb Or.iilp-I.nn- lse In falling idowly. The river uloncr together? oxtondinp; acquaintanc- M. a. Chook; Wlllii Ambeiv. CowiH lmv'5 Prpv'ilfd In dliown hy nil tho City of Hickman, and coat of alc, the Loo Kirk spent Sunday in Cairn: Until EllUon, Fred WiKinan, wbttifet liroiluuitix; Btiiti'H 'reportu ilescrlbed real ettnte, aiflcsieJ in e,-hoping for good bonollts to Note the now ml. of tho City Bakethn nimcof tba followlnjf partien, ' Soo.-Mi- ldred spiritually, from sueh ofl'otts anil ry In thla hmo. S'J 00 in ndded to oaoh oaks for coots. . Home Yen.it I'lubKird. R me iMJ.iW, iiweiittio.ia. Tin nltoii.lanoo wart much Tliiracii Luton,nf Fulton, spent Sun- "-- t u total loss wlnlo BUnioii hplrn. 2 loin, Went Hicknan, only five IiunKOiif Moore, lVila IJiuvvO, Birtliu i sniKllur than was expeetod, i in tno city. ; ot her report t hut No. U20mid-J:n- . $2 80 the crop will t altl UUll l.lkllllt I till t I It IP I .1 llllklll. Hfhuplmch. Nm.2i!9;230;23l. 4.93' Fifth Gruto, 'Jnd Sen. Ales Adams, x offair nlze hut of poor ntinltl v FMinr. Kpli . I lot W. Hlrk No. 2.18. 4..W Payho was down from Fill- Cha. Tally, Gentry 2 lot block It, i1h.hu, hat tlio oohmjiimh of fouling in llenwenk, It J. 2 lots E Hlolc., IJ'lk ton last Sunday 222,' N01. 3.60' .1, Nna HO and 87, that tho convocation was highly onjoy3.80 Wilaoo, 221 ami Mtw Elht Holt, htitf boon visiting hor i Chna. H 8 lot's E: Hick, block Sixth OrMl.UfMhlpr Johiwni. Jreno ,,tjS"r' '.' Ilhrr ruft.er'Ml ,eS9 t,,H" Murrell. H. s. lo ol VT. Hick., No. nua no iiouui proaiiuiivu or goou ro- 4, No 237 to 242, naicr nt Urccnllold, Tonn. . 7.7?" 2rtH to 214. 2'J0io2iJ3, .... Holm. Luteu Heny, Omksle Hire, Tom ot herniates wlulu thu conditioiiH 2M to 269, .nv... ...Li...-- . . . ....1i.. tuii-ium tin- tYllkemon, Felir 1 lot Ei Hick, blk 7; nuitw. x tit' iuiiiMiw iu i....iu...... 11)9 and i of 200, 1 7 flO in Ulntle are unfavorable, to miy I'owell, Kate LuiiMfonl. A. w. uhich v.mk No. 200, 0 00' . It'iiut. Seviiiih tJrKile Liurn Hniwn. Jap'le in city Tuesday. Favorable woiither Stnlihwlrk, I lot W. Hickman, No 0; 3.C9 K1) wo .ivi-rotui.t iiitrMy praised Cheek, Thehi Ilubbunl. Aimio Uiiison, tliojf T0X DtLLOJf, Jrt, Siilmon, Q. M. T , 13 lota IlickmnU, froBi ow on miiy chiuip;o nil HiIh, Mr. Hcu Beckham, of Union" City, ll"d, tf reo.iiut.1 of thoooinrfUKnlloii, wo Mando HlHkeiuore, Mnybell Funi..i, City Marshal. block 6, Nos. 177 lo 18'j; 9.10' Aiiprehoiieion nithur it below. Jlr. Liudhuy .laid : w in the f Ity Monday, Powell. Mix howerer liiffhth Ciruito-F- urk COIXF.I)' Llr. .My Frn.MiH . (lamiigo citiouh luia Powell, Clarwnct) IJondnrtnt, Linda than -- Miss Virginia Luton, W. G. Winteii, druggist, Clinton', Ky.-- , of Cirven. U It in milt pleasure lint I hum iccept Allen 1 j lots K. Illok, bl'k riays ho has sold Plantation Chill Cnro' HnnikPr. Ktibio Bnrmtt, Urm Le t . liorJTi wuieil on the Piiuilio onaHt Alexundpr,201 Tniting relative iu (awii. 7. No. C'77 for many years, and umong tho many' and J of 203. (J mi lii'liiition (nun our IttMinr to K.rtt Y. ir, IHkIi Stehool llitillall.-fliyjfh li,,'i of mniHttire, but it in -- Hoht. nradloy nil One Thn-lk- . M chill tonics ho finds the Plantation tho' lor.Curtii Jiutibuiil, Tom Prath'-r- , Len.i licfleted tlmt ut Hie proper tlino Hrown. O'lie 12 lots K Hick, block 7. t our tii'ior hrra y ftp tfoltiil relative . lC9tn 176181' n 181, State Lino, Sun11.98 most rfcliablo ho sells, ns it acfa different" Tiirtdkeld, Kettio Ueokmati, F.oly I i tliSJtfpM will (some forwatd with Hrown, Ann 2 lots E. Hick., block 0, fell in the tlif 4 lad weloome tu van 'hi day. from tho nmniiie. tonics, which only 2i7 nd 2ri8, Tlirin wolcauie are 3.18 stops chills for a short time. It removes' tjicoiid Year, II. School Lira Whip- howrfBUlatioii cjrop." V. r,t Mill.ml imd lit tin ooti, Uny Iirnnofour pi'ujlu 2 Iota 0. A. Noa fiij. CO, Clhik, Jim 6 20 tho can.se. uud the euro is Dorinanont. ple. Lvdia (kwlilor, Jas. Maddux, Arh uiir ei ' jf . It it llm rusioiti In rR fnond. of Union City, wito In the city joii Hocchlng .Vi'groi'.s. lliejr .Irnlrn f (if l or etilcx, nil iu IfclViw, Iviio Hetd, Nina (Jlonn. Monday. Klnoni Third Year. hmiiir uri fur I ho alliel'tlx ul, iIimi cilr Moiichrttn, VA.2; IIik'Ii School nd. i 2; 13fc Tlicf New City Hakcry will nWt with Iimip noted tho Y .Iiiiiim Town ileil of fiiriitlijr to turn nttetnpls havn a Jlrtt cIhhh Ketilmiraiit and lort uvrr to ilif I tin Ve of llio oliy, Ojrb' Lwt, lii.A; Ir.iitnui, 1)7.5; IMn.i nigilt in different purtB of tho i'ruaiii Parlor. iliil" very lirmc ifiillj- e ir'ilnj; lo ilicm WiM'Uiau. I'll r ; Prat li or Curlin, Id a. to play upon tho credulity The I'lirollment for the eighth month Hoatt .MkiM Sadie Ambers nnrf l)or,i R h-t- r ih rrl iIihi fnr itir lime boln kt Imnl. t lirj;- - nfjtiC"' iintl Hocure from llietn which linn uuitebwed mi tin ill" nwin rp' in Memphirt thw wiH'k, vlltltiy iliy ai CrltMiiU, v Hut, my Aim. S. j, iXidd. ctinet follow tlo iht for the year, and the tuition for pn j tWtlie HfiHtuiioti iitiiiiOHOH of nun. in Hick ui nit for " linn" pfis out or thu district was the hm-w- t chkm in ie-Htiii: their Huppoweii cliiitnea no Mr. Hixichir. of N'mv York CilvJ tin I'n'n nnr t"r rithr tuoiir lioiiie nnr ..j.. ": '.,ii n HeotiiH tnui in mi . ..""....; .i.';.":... I viNiWtic his Min, Itiv. Archer j our hiw lirun iniii nituv tin1 jruiti' bijrprto Hutlord bill to pctiriiou Uurliur air bprn to von itwtirj . l!(Ki(,'!irr, thUwtek. Ttr Utcti irliK mti nil on the outnltlf hirlfy and progreM of tlio Kohool. It I'hpect fully, Senator Mhboii, of J. O. Chkek. nlrnvly rnirrfil, Mi.vi IA?J.U Tam. who law Ikmu ' I" "Hf li"nr)oa lUiiiviNintrmluceil ii hill "by for or both vlsltinK in UiiHin City foriMT.tl wuekii, ol Uih i4k to pension ftny in onriniiNt owimm SEW LIXB 111' JEWELRY. roluriitil htiiu Monday "One of llivliirlnc el- ilrlinltfoiM of l!n vmnl NfnliillL' more trim linnnl nf ii , pea.r nt the City Hnkery and o,,,. ,. .. F Dniin wh w,lM 18l,. We lmve recolved a newli'lo of giKids In.miiiiif ..,.-.....- . .. n,:u lei U4 k how yon ottr Kood. ' are al- - j rr ' mj u , ,Kj ,,, j1)lir t,Hlti Bllj and m ill ukn the follovs nig low ,,.ici : ' j;l-- I ofTi. potilh . """,been way , trtMiiyou. V, 00. I KIkim. or Waltham, Wau-h- , w, ,rr ,,i,HW, homiiub. satisfac-- 1 Klgiu, or Walthaui, 20 year, gold flooied by cireularH, niirpnrtiiiir JiiiIko JrHlui.'i .S'avlor wn cnlled to I A tn olBcni of ile cotini), I wMcemr ' , $10.00. ciilien vt filled Fniin fouui); " I'nyettevill'o, Tenn , to attemt the fu-- ' 10 ciuie from n Vunhfiijtoti oor- j ' $1 00. ' wci-Solid Hold H.iigs, iieral of n brother, Mr. John Navlur. poritlon with n high HOUtidinc )on m Iliolcueu.; in of hi. I it u V k l.iniittle -- Obion Deiiiorrat; Mini I, nit n (jhiuob. I of ynti iu the (.nive, (a jnmlar voiinu lady of near,, ,,,, i.lvi Hrla.iur lirr csmtresiBii, ftiul SiMioia IHojm, 1 MoniMtouo mid i ?til Hicir inimoH and ilntn neceH lul In ! laT -- l.l,liiltl I I IllVllt avail. r.klt Mrifor thein to pet peiiHiotiB tin- If moiii; lliu ltftor- - Ktiby.fi.iN). . ... ..,.- to ihi-i- r linif i... i ui t iiuvatf iiiu iiintj, ..f iin, ji E. Adkins tho "ill .I'ltii'l i h- - coiiVuetlloii (lure r Solid Uold Cyrano Nock laces, 7. der tho Mimon bill. Of cottrso UM-t- . was n eilinll fee. nuiL'innStwliiiK btlver and wliu i ., The milrt of n'al istate. the lAiine of iikhI'ii Uiii'M I ixniJ lo yuu ibx lipuri) . ... ' " mnrriune license, and the enmk of the Mrlstfine of mir linolnUir. hiiuhik v hum Onld, ISeto jrt.M) Ui nun caeo from $li to ?0, ntliiuh Hraei)leUi f ivm .75 to f2 SO. town munhhr. are cut Rhort off Hut miu I tin nu iib(urllnul ltrolort III ltil IIuw ninny ipnoriiul negroes Itl. the talk of bud nudi and bad MH'rln Li ' C Mill j. KKHKAKANDLU. jfV deluilpii In thin iiint tor in not llll to bo hc.irtl. If iire b" I n e I "n naikngyon, I ex . km-nSenator Oookrell flnaliy FOIt D1V0IUK. leii'l lie , lil i iiit! xf'ivJio ol our btmi. SIKS S. Warren, who hn inf in i.uin-1,rU "", IM,,"le" kCHd of it, and ho Iiiih written to the cnuiMinK nmiiwof tho Obion Dem- - V"' V w" fi''."": Mrs.,Inlia Polliam linn lilo'l Htiit licconimlHloner of thu District xrr.it alMiit three year-- , muniil Wed-- , ,l"' uf in the Fulton ciroult court iinlunut if mluinhlu, iirtklng for tho iioiiioh lk. of fr ortlio.ry lAMder. wUJiii. Xo with him. ' Tlw ffco iiieinliers of the nllcdsed li la irlrr-'ildl- lj tllitl eum lli'tl n dlvoreo from her litisliand, John Doration. if any etich exists. Chiw and S.iiilMirn'M Coffiii U hot la tieiri nrllier, tlmt UimWp4 turn P. Polhuin, on thu ground of noil r.lwiyitthui..uiio. It U the COFl-'Ktn pla tif support. huiuaue Mini hviiiiabla, ihitt -that ix tKMicht by the lx-- t families of lo if p, rfii ihuiili it bo cup of cold An injiiiictioii wiih uIho filed 3 1 A proposition Ih before' tlio Ready made, that ar6 hnng graco- Hickman, nold only by II. Hi;chanan. We havo already sold donblo the' ibe ncl wlii-- i(Itu In ngiiliiKt wiitrt mil Oouuoil of Henderson to pub- Pelhiwii to prevent him fully, lit perfectly, and aro Oil amount that wo usually sell.-Wtil llHilif of tiiw Jlll'r ItklOIII fMr i Mr. Tom Dillon jr , in L,oniville styles. Black or, lb' tho iin in oh of piuipora and nilhavo tho largest and best so-- " no frl thai in rxiruilliu a oniJUt vtel from moluHttnj; her In nuy " thin weok nttendltn; the niwrfiun of the Crepons, Taffatn Silk and Serges, ll'ta who may receive any bonow- - honor looted stock in town to show you.-Wtaking (ho child. A xtiil will proli-abluiir'Kltm r.ind Lodftu of the Knitthti of Honor. ; Ctm la too 08c to $a.&0. tlio public ititiUH. Tho Vnr uitelil) riTir tlmt !lo- -t by our city will sell yon a good In; tiled by Polhntu to reoov-- , tJr.uiit ifniilu, and htui Hull nt UVJC kirom Percale Waist for- tlfvp lounl Hrleonie nm tl or tho ciiiid. thu greatest force "Warm Weather miliiurr. llllnl novvr.tl olllrex In tlio vir.iml IkIv. roll ait li wh; lo I hi (lulf, lit mull ftiiiliiUlon to the terrors of Until recently thoy Imvo been piusaiiipfiuiiiiinm or iimcrowuiu wiiiwtt 3 lt.rti thi iriieltt wolwirti luvrHril crop is a Mibiect of miu-l-i unxietv unit tl wlonpB only o men who nro ltlu( un lli II wclcoin the living at nieioburg, but at prM-ou- t Crashes, Liuous, Ducks, Whlto concern Jllt now. Bimm riiriium nti tif 4i rinc hrrrir ' riiml liirougn ll iNfk ff.lmiiiiin.-iympatiiy,-- . Mr. Pelhiim Ia Mopping 1rr Piques, &o., from , tjOot,o.41.t0: the opinion. jiuIkIuk frtun the pni'iitj. iip'h,Mli uren BfliN of Wo nro rJftvlnnbltt.'.itawoa.vjcrQi vU thin city. P'ullnii Lender. Kr'n oniliMik, it can't xibly w moro than ( i iJ our citj, MntHug. We still hare' anfce' x'lconui n uir,,,,, ly .,, jou njiprjai-i- . (hl.n,fl.. i n crop. our Jiuo to select fronw r.,.,..i QK(i 1C0 aanss- Wfifiif '.Vuiiti'jl. IMco from- 10c iistocsof Hickman College will We note that Mrii Jatne C. Hey luinou 4J eb:issii. jrou l climb u tfc Hversol tiitnoniico Horn lndigo Bluo and Turkey that ihov for tho next HeHsion nt iioIiIh, who l the acknowledged Iitemty ,'",r '"' bhold the ditni Itt.i L I an- iu tiio market, to buy win it. and miliar meeting. May Cth. 1S99. a Red, at nrlinnJ Ken ibe fctllto wulte leader of Union City, linn tireived w will pay tho highest market price, in J IV Ii-- desiring )ositinus should make 'r""1 ''," In the vritinp, nml Mr check for ?lt)t) in favor of tlie Unionl any quantity, Milan or largo Iotn. ! applications for same. Teach of In City library fmtn Mr., Andrew OarneiMe t" "r u riiiiiul .1 '. ill! ", .."I oeinc liv hi l"a ij ti i x i n t; jou Hokn tfc Kvkiisoi.. octed for tho Literary Depart- hum his Hie millionaire iron vinj-- . Muslin .vlll bo nsiuired to liavo first class xartiiilitii bun Q1 BROWN, yard wide, 1'crhajw if tho Leo linn would ate.s at tlio commencement of tho V "vicuna jou to our inl.l'l breaiKP at the country nrwupapc n, they , to nm through tho ten month., lrp iImi Biir ruiiiiiig will do im j;tx)il iniiht nmirtve the "Jonah" whh-r uiectlou HI bo ccclnreu voiu. Underwear, t e. e neai liroud lo huvr fiwteneil upon it. Till i nnri'ly .. J9. fc r 'li w ui.i iMtru ) lb 2t Tom Dillon, Ji;., Sec'y. KCitiou, anil U tenderiHl freejjra'tw !. ' . on. i(!) inun- fcluui ih Ladies Muslin Gowns, good'stylftr' i i ijt Now Madrid MUsourian nothiiiK . i!J 'hiGood Summer Corsets, n i Irom 50c up. IkHt Inr iii 5O I ( . u i a iui It i time to iK'gin upritiK cleiuun:. . vkt i. Ladies Muslin Corset CoTers from' rnjMci.ilIy an to thn Kick yunU Wivii mty ba bie ottr fiu'k?f ih 25c up. the piles of aihe and old cuiih urn tor ih ikar ton b mm partat:!. Ti i t Also, a HnO of Ladies Mualm n iittln whitewnMh will mbl lirmif(i bn toi ira . fni'in ih t Drawers and Skirts.-womierfiilly to tho appOAranco of m., 'f 'J " ilia in 'inii, . m ii rT Hem- - Q LADIES and will Ixiiu thoiuteretitof KiWKlhi ilth v iik.1 tmirr and oiu lot for our brum AND HOUSEKEEPERS, '-stitched Handkerchiefs, ' mcti w I iruH(t'r Millinery. Do lot Miss n Golden Opportunity ! ftfc. Tropical frnltH. nuti. fine cl.w-olatii- t li'O rnxrili lUahir I For lurmil and mixed Ciindiiii aro fumid ul tsir"iur ou lieiiiin) lour enmliiff i i Wo have th'o Handsomest' llhe'of the Srw City IUukkv. can furnish tho Latent Stylos and In nt!'li(n bun in ilii ork nbleh . kc l.3 .' . SAILORS in the city, and-the- ' Car-i- t t Coloringn iu all grades of Largo sizo, 46x24 inches, 1 ' MiOiy ii'CHii in mn ciiy mid tioiiiI . I iIA -T- Imw.mi.iII.h. i. prices arc right. iui Kltll hi ' i l"1 I' AVU tlio lowest nricos, lieciiuso we Only ll h w i I pr.lnu iie tor Hit) pnwnl whether t Snivi-- ennntv wnnlil .. . rhoin, Cut and Matched, at about h'u I kt thai ibe tdifiae in lini: for Hickman. Fulton, ami adjoin-- ",''r'n"' REMNANTS. mo priced a others pay for goons Inir count its to Table-Clo- th. county nilWtti h"" 01' u W,,H bu,u Iulnl' bJ BEAUTIFUL LINE OF roll. of llt" "c,,v; '"Ind h well b.t witliiirtheir own tcrritorv, or will thorn ,,,p Jobs I No soiled, shop-wonWoolen Dress Goods, that'werfr" or Vmi Iimwo "' 11 mo linluli 'rwmaterial in Unm by and by Red Damask, good Tnr- - QPJp 25o and 80c per- yard, "I A AND Patterns. j iha hip luii your tty maoni; u to lill them? il key, per yanl. only jiomber, our Carpets uro cut with- to close at be plruiii to jou ninl prifnablp in nil ti Laxt Sunday mnrnltiK, Mwoeu mid-. Th y ry onl eicoiu oirnei with paste in matching, often p.iviug night uuel iluv. tlui hoUHD of Dan Horn H .u iiouaru ou a Mtiglo carjxn. 1,. of l...me and w woih, i,tp In Hickuiau comity, nonr Wentey. wah carry u run lino of Linoleums, ,0u frl Hihi ou r i borne duriiic your .......,,,..,. .,,....,. dns, Hugs, Mattiugs, iV:c. Also. jui-- j sojourn un. ...m., .Mum our liunift youri AND sivo agent for Patten Marsh Gratis were iiuriieu lo Wmi.lrr n your w ill oer our IiIIIh bill li kiii itim o. turn iii-nrdeath. Mr. Horn, witu and baby made carpfut and don't fall into any of our lift! lag. Furnishing a narrow rucano. KICK Cash STEPHENS & SMITH. KiiHim. Hoods SIluE Fuiliituro Dealers, and Undertakers, Take a view of our publlo building Tho old reliable. Hudolnh Gla- Department, NAYIXJK Store. HICKMAN, KV. Nor. the bowl Hhoelimlter of this Mertirm. , Inn doin ut hi't la the numerous and ... . "- n t Miop to Shaw's Shoo'T"" ''"""- - ol our ooininoumua uouri lias remnvoil liis 1855, Department, and mile it tho cnntluu iiuuoe bo not luiaulnn for n moment Ibst Ibia tioti of his former patronago thero. nriifHi; 9f cleomu entnet itlona IIVIIJ HJt.' TOM DILLON. -i- ho enterprising citizens who t.iko j,, , r,,eliy Hni t,t ,, mouthpiece K1THIS WEEK tho lead iu organ itig factory iuterilH ,hi roi.KrpSaifon , and of tho cltiieua for ot (Suectaiar to II, O. Itaniage, tleeM,) after tho plan published this week, low , cUy HllJ ,r werf p0l,,,iiie for you ho Courier s bi-s-t . . . THE . . . wishes. Tho Oonr- ,0 , illW ,ie iK.Hr, f ,ok lndlldusl ler has a largo canltal in goiMl wishes and you -- ould me tberu lliu ntk-cltoof the Monuments1. advlco tosnoii enterprises, but uuforhi. w,ioh !, to feebly atiempi . . IlllllttV .. IIKtllltt. ....,, llll rxnreaa. j. CTTIRIBIIfcTG-,- , so fur as IIpi in our power it Ii our In1 last week's Courier City Clerk's tleciil statement h rypograplu-oalorro- r wiati p extend to you a Keniiieklnn's bin- p STONK WORK of all Kinds, occurrwl, i. o. in tho interest phalli) j i( o do not Miecenl it la a fault ot die head mil no of lh heart paid Sept. 18DS, it was printed 87.00 May IRON FENCING; &o., &'o;. .f rf . . but should have boon $370. This ex- ihe tl of your cumluR loKlher hnre UtorA CrH?)ajrw. plains tho discrepancy in balance dis- be felt in all lima to come Iu Ihia cily; may "Z.y.. it teich iIioph of other failha llitl the covered by churth In which you belong lut.i often Oar den Seed.- brca inlaraprpanted to hrr deirlmeni mMFi$&$msLM.r;r3$m& tT-vTu IIV4IV1KT A'frc.sli' stipply'of Oardi'n Seed jnst May It aliow to tho iltiMievine aomo of ri nt v ViwX3Cv-fc4'J- I " JX liUlLiiJ l kiSfi'SXai O. A. Hoi.comhk'b. roooived at her bentillful teaohitiita; in aliort may il MY KXl'KUTVr'iiHKMEN, AND Tho WomiuiH ChriRtiaii'Toinperanco iinpreaa ill who hear licit you, ono and nil aro about your M.iJtar'j bualmss Wniou will meet at Mrs. Dr. O. H. Hub-bard- 's tills evening at !l o'clock, A full Again I' bid you welcome Tho Convocation closed bust night, WANT TO SEEL YOU nttoudiiuco of tho iiieinlK'rf) is desired aa delegates nro to bo appointed to tho Kov. K. S. Carter will remain over ami : Gonvontloiii Hoports from Superin- will preach Friday night nt7:30 and tendents nro expected to' bo haudod in. Sunday at 11 a. in., and 7:!I0 p. m. All aro cordially invited to attend. A prftnolior iu Nashvlllo tho other Hy ti man of "JO years' experionco as a Baker. Sunday' becoming oxn.spcr.itcd, paused IU his diKCom-Kto say : Lames, if yon THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE MILLINER. will' givo mo yonr attention, 1 will. Mrs. EVERY DAY, Broad, ami Piss Lou llanier rcsnoctfiillv uttr.ieis keep'a lookout ou tliat door, una if any ynwnttoiitloii tothitfaot that i,ho has tiling worse man a man ontbrs, 1 will ' ,,op Vrnrn yon in ttmo tomako your escape. fiTfe1. And a TRIAL will nviuco you theso niiil L'linlco Kidivtimiu. nii,i ARE FCTS. Mr. OharloflDnvall died at his liomo'inado wit Ii special hopo to pleiiso thu YOU havo 11 cordial invitation to como and seo us. or tasto ami judgment or friends mid ons-lain Union City Wednesday morning week at K o'clock. Until a few tomers. ,,k. Hay, Oaft, Bran, Limer rtMzTLLjr TYOUtttJ years ago ho was a prominent and no-- 1 Sho is also pleased to aiinouncotiiat. A tlvo busuiej man, when on account of sho has tlio services of Mrs. Jeniiio Hall ValK DOOFL and Cement. ,a bad'liealtii ho wiu compelled to retiro. an accomplished Modiste and Dress-ma-llam.Ba K Dnvnll wan C5 yoare old and leaves . ker, who'will givo special nttention to p-aillt-11lVi.-tori- a o tlfp whpnt hHimiioi, lerslsi's Sals lor Taxes. fjiiUoii, Sillily No. 285, Amy Ewing, Geo lot K IKuk, bl'k 2 7 "r ii... tli'ofrrlo.lv ". ro-ul- l, lers. h-- "Sfe lt It..n..,rl,rSrkP,.tnithe Ste 2.801 lota O. A. No 79; 80, 1 lot K. II LIV 6. No 23l' A 10' I'.IO1 Jackaon Dae 1" lot Y. II , No 129 Jones, Kdle 1 lot B II. blk4, No 198 2.801 Font 1 lot Old H No 180' 3:13; Milner.Uuck filots ?. Hiok. block 7, Noa. 208 0 272, 0.00' M'cCutchen. Jennie 0 lots Hick,, block C, 243 to 245-2- 51 6.15 lo 258'. McO.hee. Taylor 1' lot K.- If. block 4, No. 199, 4U0 Sholbr, (Jhaa 4' lota 0'. A. Noa 34', 39, 43 and 44. 9.60' So) more. Lnuls 1 lot E. II blk 4, 245 4 40 Tally, Nathan 3 lots E. Hick., blk 4, 1 - t'arter, fit I I I . - e-- wn'jtv,,!, Pnt u,isv, ;tr to-a- Am-wrtf- el-il- rtl - ji-x- il ltn . omcn. llitllg Um I iiii I prices. Real, economical purchasing, along this line, pot-fi-loi- ht )ur )i ,, j,,r AT ... J'i '? rrnriiaii it ni , lu-t- ri. Wc arc determined that our Store' iri tlW future, as in the past, must sustain thereputation of being ahvajrs right ii prices must be the tory trading place. Tlie quality's the proof backed by winning; i,t' i Ut ru 'ni ,i f ' '" Quality tf Right well-tailored, Prices-- . needs.- That's where Our Store meets the Shirt Waists. t Skirts.. o y yrt-Ho- fi' o kite SKIRTS, .Matting. iwu-itiin- ,,, Notice. 'p ',, '"t'ri "J Lai - Qln to'tK,y mo-uit- i I ., 1 Domestic. "2C .'!' ''irt l.iil - Corsets. tul'i CkRPETS LPS ! 9 Handkerchiefs, All-Liue- n tj,n. , hr I t ,.,.., ,. 1 -- i ... Towels. (n Mlt r"el r' "' MENS BOYS' UP. i, 1 ,. 1 Straw and Crush flats luo' ....n j 25c -- B1LTZER & D0DDS, ElrlTAnLISHED ... . -- I ?1 HICKMAN MAKBLE WORKS,, no .(.,! fatyfesfxssmx a. New in-tli- rr-o- 'Tax-Payer- ." AiSfflSm "tt f iJmL IM Hi! Sr., Prop'r ?? Marble and Granite .tiyiftgi Aery's Oven Hiokman, She will be Fired f Galas .NEXT WEEKLY BaM 3lredfrd Sc Regers groceries; Eresli Meats, Hardware,. Queensware,, 'INEliY st sjsr ; . r: STe'w City Bakery- - iwio and-tw- cnildroo. I this departiuent.. I i4?5.4?$W5S? VPRIOES WILL PLEASE YOU. r. v . u l 1 .,, . .'Vv r-- V Jp V dcRpise what they call the apostolic creed, but If their own creed wercwilt-tc- n out it would read like this: "1 bcllee in nothing, the mnkerof heaven Dr. Talmage Draws a Lesson from and earth, urn." In nothing which it hath sent, which nothing was born of noththe Tenacity of Elea:ar. ing and which nothing was dead anil hurled and descended Into nothing and Aillirretici- - In the arose from nothing and ascended to Ilr llritCN n dispel mill Announces Time nothing and now tdttcth nt the right lie Will Kut Cense to hand of nothing, from which It will I'rench. come to judge nothing. I belleein the hoi' agnostic church and in the communion of nothingarians and in the In tlic first notice concerning Dr Talforgheness of nothing, and the resurmage tliat Pastor Charles II Sptirgcon wrote the great KnglMi min- rection of nathing ami in the life that of London. ister said he v.ai glad to find a preacher never shall b Amen!" That is the tlmt believed something. This dis- creed of tens of thousands of people haven mind to adopt course of Dr. Tnltitagc Is In that vein, In thisdnv. If and urges close adherence to the old such n thcorj", r 1 will not. "1 believe In Almighty, Maker of Gospel: test. II. Samuel. 23:10. "And his God the Tath-iheaen and earth, and in Jesus Christ hand clave unto the sword." What a glorious thing to preach the and in the holy Catholic church and (lOipel! Some suppose that because J in the communion of saints and in the life hae resigned a fixed pastorate 1 will see eerlastlng. Amen." n Oh, when I Hleaar taking such stout grip cease to preach! No! No! I expect to preach more than I eer have. If the of the sword in t?ie battle against sin 1 come to the Lord will, four limes as much, though and for righteousness, I would uot dare conclusion that we ought to take a In manifold places to halt with such opportunity to declare stouter grip of God's eternal truth the truth through the ear to audiences the sword of righteousness. I also noAs I look at Ueaar's hand mul to the eye through the printing And here we have a stirring tice his spirit of self forget f'llness. lie press. did not not he that the hilt of the sword theme put before us li, the prophet. was eating hrough the palm of his A great general of King Da Id was hero of the text. The hand. He did not know it hurt him. i:ie7nr. the Philistines opened battle against him. As lie wen", out into the conflict lie was and hi- troops retreated. The cow-unl- s so anious for the victory he forgot himself, nr.l that hilt might go neer tied. nicnnr and three of Ills com the palm of his hand, went into the b.ttleand swept so deeplj th Coil mi their it could .it disturb him. "Ills hand field, for four men the brothers " side arc stronger than a whole r giment elac tin' the sword." and sNi .. let us go into the Christian xvlth (ioJ against them. Tall hack!" shouted the commander of the Philis- conflict .ilh the spirit of self abnegaWho cares whether the world tine arm. The cry ran along the host: tion bach J" Kleaar. having swept the praises us or denounces us? What do "Fall Held, throws himself on the ground to we care for misrepresentation or abuse rest tint the muscles nnd elnews of h' or persecution in a cantliet Ilike this'.' hat man hand had been so long bent around the Let us forgot ourseles. hilt of the sword that the hilt was im- who is nfraid of getting his hand hint bedded in the flesh, and the gold wireof will never kill a Philistine. Who cares the hilt had broken through the skin whether you get hurt or not If you get of 'he palm of his hind and he could the victor. ? Oh. how matij Christians g col drop this sword which he had mi there are who are all the time worrj'-iuabout the aj the world trents pnllantlj wielded "His hand clae onthem. Thej-- . are so tired, and the- - are the -- word " That is what I call magto nificent fighting for the Lord (Jod of so abused, and they are so tempted, when Klcnnr did not think whether hr-icl- . Andwewanl moreofit. I propose So show you how Eleazar he had a hand or an arm or a foot. All took hold of the sword and how the he wanted was ictorj We sec how men forget themselves in sword took hold of Hlcazar. I look at worldly achievement. We have often LJIeuzar'b hand, and I come to the conclusion that lie took the sword with a seen men who. in ortier to achieve veiy tight grip. The cowards who lied worldly huccess, will forget all physical hrd no trouble in dropping their fatigue and all annoyance and all obYork-towswords. As they l!y oer the rocks I stacle. Just after the battle of in the American revolution, a hear their swords clanging in eery direction. It is easy enough for them to musician, wounded, was told he must drop their swords, lint Kleaar's hand have his limbs amputated, and they were about to fnsten him to the surclave unto the sword. In this Christian geon's table, for it was long before the a. tighter grip of the conflict we want He Gospel weapons, a tighter grasp of the merciful discoverj of sword of the truth. It makes said, "No, don't fasten me to that table; me sick to see these Christian people get me a iolin." A violin was brought who hold only a part of the truth, and to him. and he said, "Now go to work 40 minulcH, let the rest of the truth go. so that the as 1 begin to play," and forninputatinn, IlhUWUueH. .seeing tin? loosened grnsp. during Uie awful paugA of wjench the whole sword awaj- - from he moved not n muscle nor dropped a note, while he pluyed some sweet tune. them. only safe thing for ns to do Is to Oh, Is It not strange that with the music The with put our thumb on the book of Genesis cf the gospel of Jesus Christ and miii-tnami sweep our hand around the liook this grand march of the church on the way to become the church until the tips of the lingers clutch nt the words: "In the beginning God cre-olr- tl triumphant we cannot forget ourselves the Heavens ami the earth." I like and forget all jiang and all borrow and an infio'H n great deal better than 1 do till persecution and nil perturbation? We know what men accomplish un oife of these uamby pa in by Christians Men do not who Mold a part of the truth and let the der worldly opposition. re"! go My miracle. God preserved this bhrink back forautagonisinor for hardIlible just us it is. mid it is a Damascus ship.. You have admired Present t'K blade The sevciest test to which n "Conquest of .Mexico," as brilliant and can be put in a sword factory Is beautiful a historj as was ever writto wind the blade around a gun barrel ten, but some of you may not know like a ribbon, and then, when the sword under what dibadantages It was writIs let loose it Hies hack to its own ten that "Conquest of Mexico" for shape. So the sword of God's truth lias I'rcseott was totally blind, ami he had been fully tested, and It is bent this two pieces of wood purallel to caeh way and that waj and wound this way other fastened, and, totally blind, with and tlit.t way, but it always comes luck his pen between those pieces of wood, to its own shape. Think of It! A hook he wrote, the stroke ugainst one piece wriften near It) centuriesngo. and some of wood telling how far the pen must af it thuiisandsof years ago. and yet in go in one way, the stroke against the our time the overage sale of this Mook is other piece of wood telling how far the Oh, how more than 20.000 copies every week and pen must go the other wnj much men will endure for worldly more than a million copies a. ear. say knowledge and for world I j success, now that a book which is Dhincly inspired, ami Divinely kept, and Diinclj and yet how little we endure for Jesus JIovv mnny Christians there scattered is n weapon worth holding a Christ! tight grip of. Itishop Colenso will come are that go around saying: "Oh, inj' along and try to wrench out of jour hand; oh, my hand, my hurt hand! hand the i'ivc hooks of Moses, and Don't j'ou bee there is blood on the St muss will come along and try to hand, and there is blood on the sword?" wrench out of jour hum! the miracles, while Elcuiur, with the hilt imbedded and Kenan will come nlong and try to in the flesh of his right hand, does uot wrench out of your bund the entire life know it. Whut havo we suffered in compariof I lie Lord Jesus Christ, ami your asin throlliceor the faeiory or he son with those who expired with sufsociates banking house will trj to wrench out focation or were burned or were of jour hand the entire llilile. but in chopped to pieces for the truth's hako? tjie strength of the Lord God of Isi.iel We talk of the persecution of olden and with l'ljfi.ar's grip hold on to it times. There is just us much persecuVou gie up (lie Mlhle. jou gic up any tion going on now In various ways. part of It. and you give up pardon and In IS19, in Madagascar, 18 men were put to death for Christ's sake. They peace and life and Heaven. Do not lie ashamed, j'oung man, to weru to be hurled over the rocku. and linve'thc world know that you tuo a before they were hurled oer the rocks, friend of the Mlhle. This book is: the in order to make their death the moie friend of all that is good, and it is the dreadful in anticipation, they were put in baskets and swung to and fro over fcworti enemy ol ail tnat Ik had. An eloquent writer recently gives nn incident the precipice that they might see how of a very bad man who otood In u cell many hundred feet they would have of a western prison. This criminal to be dashed down, and while they were had gone through all styles of crime, swinging in these baskets over the and he was there waiting for the gal-lo- rocks thej' sang: Jesus, lover of my soul, Theconvict standing thereat the Let me to Thy boiioni fly, window of the cell, this writer snj's, While1 the billows near mu roll, Willie thu tempest mill U high. "looked out and declared, 'I am an inThen they were dashed down to fidel.' He said Hint to nil the men and women nod childicii who happened to death. Oh, how much others have for Christ, tint how little we enbe gathered llieie, 'I am on infidel,'" tuid the cloiieut writer says, "Kver.v dure for Christ! We want to ride to man and woman there believed him." llenvcii in n Piillniinslecping ear. our And the writer goes on to say. "If he feet on soft pliibii.'.he bed made up lind stood theie saying, 'I am a Chris- early, so we can sleep nil the way, the tian,' every man tuul woman would hae black porter of death to wake us up TN GRIP OF STEEL. Cler - i Oh-mj- n, amu-.sthetic- two-edge- d nt 1 en-dui- b;u. I. This Ilcisallar!"' Mible Is only the sworn enemy of all take part of it and throw the rent uwuy. Hold on to all of it. There are so ninny people now who do nut know. You ask them If the soul Is ".uinurtal. and they" bay: "I guess it in; I don't know. Perhaps it is: perhaps it Inn .." Is the Mible true'.' "Well, peihaps it hi. and perhaps it Isn't, IVihapH it ev he. figurative-Jy- , and pel Imp il may be partly and V.'lh.'Jis it nuy yov be at all." TUvy that is wioug. and it is the friend of all that is good, Oh. hold on it! Do not to enter the golden city. the surgeons to fix our hand up. Let them bring on all the lint and nil the bandages ami all the salve, for our hand is hurl, while Hlenardoes not know his huiid is hurt. "His hand chive unto the"KV'rd." come (o As I look at Hleaar's hand the conclusion that he has done n great am not surdeal of hard hitting. prised when I see that these four men I'leaar and his thiee companions drove b.i !: the army of Philistines that Elemar'a uwoid clave to bis baud, In time We vvni.t all I I for ecrj time he btrucK an enftt "Mil one end of the sword the otEi of the sword woundcJ htm. 1 enu-Oh, we have found nn eneny soft not be conquered by rosewnte speeches. It must be sharp sin ' and straight thrust. There is ifuiperii mice, and there is fraud, and Ml gambling, and there Is lust, u ihere or lire iu.uuo naiiaiionx iituitj', arc armed Philistine iniquity. they to be captured and over told Soft sermons in morocco ca down In front of an exquisite uJeuee will not do it. You have go t call liave things by their right name. got to e.xpel from our church who eat the snerament oi 'aiidny and devour widows' housesall ceek. We have got to stop our Iml pitiou ..gainst the llittites and the . and the Girgashitcs and let tl wreiehes go and apply our iml mou to the modern transgression''ch ai.ibu need tobedragged out and slnli here. Herods here. Jeebels h t 'he massacre of the infants here, i t for (iod so hard that while you sla irsin the sword will ndhere to y. irun hand. I tell you, my friends, r"n1t lev s a few John Knoes and John in the Christian church The whole tendenej' is to if e on Chi Ktiau work. We keep on fii iing to oi. it until we bend apologetic iniquity we are about to cnplu it. nd we must go with swonK ,.ver chased ami presented bj the lad ClllMI we must rule on white pal f re pder embroidered housing, puttlfc the he spurs in oniy jusi enniigii lo n we charger dance gracefully, and must send a missive, delicate a ding card, to ask the old blaA nt en of sin if he will not surrender. saved bj the graec of God and t ij'ri ous mission sent, detained fi in ' if Sabbath elasses bocaunc their Is not done. Churches that sh o.mit cities with great revivals lvii iirouml tonsh somedemoiistrat ri ir sliipor if he will not please ovij "amen" and "hallelulnh" u littl s It seems ns if in our churches w v.nted a baptism of cologne and oi Oi n thousand flowers when we MjIIj need a baptism of tire from t God of Pentecost. Mut we are s inui bomebod' will criticise our or criticise our praj'crs orerlti smir religious work that our nnxictj uSUP world's redemption is lost in e r we will get our hand hurt, wh t I'M- ar went into the conflict, "and I aad i clae tint the sword." Mut in the next place s: a see liardithlng it wns for Kleazar to g Sis hand and his s.word parted. T ami the sinews had been id tig grasped around the sword he ci alnot drop It, and his three comrade t came up and tried to he .ni, and thej bathed the back narfaibe band, hoping the sinews and n Wf would relax. Mut no. "His u UBC unto the sword." Then they J miii open uie lingers anil io p H the thumb, but no eooner wv y pulled back than thej closed aul . "and his hand dare unto the sw M Mut nfter awhile thej- were nuecesii ffl and then thej' noticed that the cv in the palm of the hand rnrresporief exactly with the ettrve of the hi't "II hand clae unto the sword." f You and I have seen it manyn (an There nrc In the I'nited States managed ministers of the i.ocje Thej- are too feeble now to preach. Ii the church teeords the word stauc!ri opposite their name is "emeritus o the words are. "a minister w tlou charge." They were a heroi. net Thej- had small salaries mid Ii tier books, and thej- swam spring fr shftfl to meet their appointments Ih tlej did in their daj'n mighty work f rbid. Thej' took off more of the he Is of Philistine iniquity than jou oulT count from noon to sundown. ..n piTt that old minister of the Gospel nor into a praj'cr meeting or occasional pulpit or" n sickroom where there is some one to be comforted, and it is the snneoftl ring to his voice, and the same ol' .tory of pardon and peace and ( litis' anil Heaven. His hand has so limp cl clinl the sword in Christian conflict lw can not drop it. "Ills hand clave tin .1 the sword." I' had in. mj' parish In I'll a very aged man who in life had been the companion n adviser of the early presidents, M ijson and Monroe. He had wielded v.i t In fliience, but I onlj" knew liiiiins very aged man. The most remarkable thing about him was Ills ardor for iirist. When he could not stand up in the meetings without propping, he nouh throw his arm around a pill.n .,f th church, nnd, though his mind w.i.par-tlallj- gone, his love for Christ m.i so great ihat all were in deep respett and profound admiration, and woe mivei! I was called t.. see when he spoke. him die. enteied the room, tn he said: "Mr. Talmage, I cannot speak to you now." He was in a ery pleasant delirium, ns he imagined he lu, an audience before him. Ilesaid: "(must tell. these people to come tot hrMnnd prepare for heaven." And then n, this pleasant delirium, both arms lifted thin octogenarian preached Christ ami told of the glories of the world to eonie. There, lying on his djing pillow, bin dying hand clave to h s sword. Oh. If there ever was anyone ulwlind a right to retire froni the ennfliel old Joshua. Soldiers come h.iei. from battle have the names o.' the li.it Hm on their flags, showing win re the iiiln- giiisiiert themselves, and 'I is a cn ap- iniiiiiiii- uiui iiiion. i.nuu nt that flag of old (..mi Joshua. On it Jen. ho. Gibeon. Jhi.ir. city of A. ami insic,! of the stars sprinkled on the thiir and the moon which stood tiil Then lit Is. 10 j eats old. lie is ini on his hack, but he Is pleaching ng words are a h'nltlv charge ng'iirit.L idol atry, and a rallying er for the I.nr.i r Ilosls as he rays: thlsiV go the way of nil the earth, and i.r.d , J SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. M .itches made of rolled paper nre i recent Invention. Thej burn longei nnd are much cheaper than those made 0 of v?ood. .n' hrls-thin- . i, s x nor - t- to-d- a f ,1 - The coldest period in thedaj Is usual-l- j a few minutes after sunrise. Thli is due to the fact that when the sun lirst strikes the earth it causes the evaporation of a chilling moisture. The cent eotis.st of M per rent, ol copper and live per cent, tin and yinc l'liere are l.OOO.iHMl.tWU pennlcKln cireij. LiHon throughout thy country, anc the Philadelphia mint is turning then out at the rate of 1.000,000 a moiitl to keep ii. tuc supply . Oliver Wendell Holmes wijs: "Soi enee is a piece of furniture for a man's upper chamber. If he hat common sense on the ground Moor; but If a man has not got pleutj of good common scusctthe morcseteiuv he hut the woino for his patient. riteel rails now figure as the cheapest llin'hhed prtxluct in wrought Ituii or steel. A good lesron in the tlitaucei of modern industry is also atVouled lij them. To establish a sted-ruworks an expenditure of :i.0(MI(M) is before a .single rail can lie turned out I'he steel is made to conform to an ac curate chemical composition the tnoM ueeuiate in the oidiuarj range of technical operations. There U an intivresting storj in con neetioit with a eemciit mill which It I'm about to start up In KaiiMts. jears near Mulvaue there used to be a large tract of "smoking prairie." It a. is good grazing ground, but durlnc. and after a rain it s.moked, ami no on knew thevause until a stmngerquletlj bought the tract one daj and announced that he had a fortune. Tin cement Met on the surface in gteat quantities, and is worth ten dollars a first-rate ll OVER WORK MAKES WEAK KIDNEYS. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. YOUR KIDNEYS ARE YOUR BLOOD FILTERS. barrel. The discoverj is announced in a preliminary communication by Dr. of Ktisshi. of n luierolx pathogenic to rat. An epidemic hav- To Wonderful Merits of Great Hodem ing broken out among the rats kept for t, experimental purposes tit the governDiscovery, Swamp-RooEvery Reader May Have ment agricultural laboraatorj, a bacilSample Bottle Absolutely Free By lus was Isolated from the ller and spleen of affected animals that pnnetl exetwsivelj fatal to rat aatl mice. The waj to be writ It to pnj attention nnd specialist, has attained n in making the organism reputation through the discovas u living rat poison have not jet. to jour kidnrvs. Thej- are the tnnut important organs ery nnd marvelous success of Swrnmp-- I ut encouraging however, had an of the body the blood filter. toot in purlfjlng the blood, nnd there cess. All the blood in jour bodv kihh bj' curing chronic nnd ilangerotm disthrough jour kidnejn once every three eases, punted bj nick kidurjs. of which MANY ANIMALS KILLED. minute. Mitue of the Hjuiptouu nre given below. 1'aln or dull ache In luck or head, The kidney iitraln or filter out the Urn Hi tiulcli In VrllMtnr I'nrk Ii impurities in the blood that it their rheumatism, neuralgia, umoiistieis, Wllil n .Xnturnl Truii dUjUuess, Irregular hrurt. tlerplrs-nrss- , work. t rentiiri. mllovv complexion, dropsy, Irrltn-hllI'urlfjing your blood is not a quesv tion of taking a laxative of phjslc. las of ninbltinn, obliged to pa In ;hc heart of the Hackles', in Death Doc jour blood run through jour water oftrudtiring lltedny.nntl toget up Gulch, a desolate rutlue in the northbowels? many time!) at night, and nil klmU ol east corner of the Yellowstone Park, Wh.it the dor U lo kidney, bladder and uricncld trouble. is a natural bear trap. Here hundredn, throw out the poisons confined in your Swainp-ltola snlil hy all denier. In perhaps thoiisauds, of unlmuls, ncrk-lu- g bowel rrnilj-- for nlmorptloti Into your flftj-ceoronc-dolln- r bottle. .Mukri shelter, have ben blood, but the polsotm which are alfood, drink or Dr. note of the name. SWAM tembted to come, only to drop ready in your blood, canting jour pres- Kilmer Svvainp-ltooand remember It to their death, "into a b.ith of ent sickness, it leave Ihere. Co Is prciwred onlj bj Dr. Kilmer invisible, poisonous vapor, where thej V. There Is no other waj of purlfjlng lliughamton. sink down to add their bones to the jour blond except bj means of jour To proe the wonderful merits of hi fosil records of an interminable IUt kltlnrjs. great dUeovcrj he now offer lo cvrry of similar tragedies, dating back to a fail to do render of tlii paper n prepaid free That Is why period long preceding the records of their work thej fail to help the j wl.lch he nmple bottle of Hwamp-ltoohuman history." s. will end to arj address, free bj mail. This is the conclu.on reached bj T. A book alx.nt Health. Diet und When jou are Rick, then, no matter A. Jaggar. Jr.. Ph. I)., who describes what and ns Related to jour Klduej jou think the name af jour disDeath Gulch In a paper in the Popular ease is. the first thing jou should do U giving some of the tlmumndx upon visited the place Science Monthly. He to afford aid to jour kidnejuby using thousands of testimonial letters reas a member of the United States geo- Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-limi- t the great ceived from the mtTerrr cured, also logical survej. Kidney Itemed j tent free with the sample bottle "In the bottom of Death Gulch." h In taking Swamp-Kno- t Is jou iiffnrd The great ilUeovrrj Swump-Koosnjs. "is a small Mream of clear eold natural help to mitt. re. for Swamp-Hoo- t no remarkabl successful that onr water, sour with sulphuric acid, ami Is the iiiokI perfect h"nler nnd render are advised to write for u miii flowing down n narrow steep el.Kiiuel gentle aid to the kidncjs that is known pie lmttle and to rwr iind tttfntioi thu cut in beds of dark graj volcanic stuff. to medical science. jHifwr when sctidliu their nddressesto Ascending this gulch, the eide. closDr. Kilmer, the eminent phjsleinn. Dr. Kilmer. Co.. Itlnghnmton. N. V slopes ing together, become verj sleep of white, decomposed rock. KATY IN LITERATURE. A WISH GRATIFIED. The onlj springs now flowing are small ooes of water issuing from the W herein t lie "fliiio- base of these sIope. or from the chan- The Mnnic) Yiiiiiik Vlmt's .lrr tJlvrs A .Mil eh of st,,r Clioos" lioliilite In n Vrtr Pull Hint lite V lie rru It Iml In a thick, crcainj. nel bed. forming nt t'iiiiilnllil. lliilsc tin-- IIiiiiicIi." white deposit about the vents, ard costream bed. Thl deposit convering the He (the witeh rngml cave n vigorous who "My son," said the old sists largely of sulphate of alumina ver properly objwts to sentlemiin hv pMh lr, the west bjtlinl car as b Sw4.r. and l.ins. '! About I.V) fee: above the main Ixrn thiriKitiK ever juiir I ucsl tliitlnoin-itnj- starttnl liatk with a snort of srjiir, for btix the tar vaau old friend -- an M. K anil I .nn iiiihned to think may stream these oo.Ing springs of acid utr. in) water cease, but the character of the been a Itltlo hasty innor." decision." 'Matk my drivers, btit its hoiuele Katv' "Thank voti, Rover gulch remains the same. The odor of "1 believe in clearl) iiiuletstandini; a cse Whv. Kat), ain't there no getting voti though hrfort uotiinx it. Now, as I rt'Hieinhrr hack to jour friends? There's l eluser sulphur now no other effect than a Blight the coneis.ition, vowr cnll at the oIIhc nut lor you from nir iod, if there's one producing was prompted bj a tletirc to 'raise the Who is holding nu now" irritation of the lungs. " ili knew." whimpered liiunriesi douh ' " Katv "1 "Se'. that is to sav " in I'ai sons. I've r.nlv lie. n "The gulch ends, or rather begins, ink for no expl.inaluin. nut ten months, but I'm tit achiu' homein a scoop or basin about 2.'H1 feet above I "Never muni do not eck to all the invUI sick. I want to ho m Kansas where the Cache creek, ami just below thlr was whims of until. inquire into bloom." them as I do the of a large bear, wild Dowers among ditrptKraiti. Tlicj are found the fresh bodj Yard' full o" Homeless Katies an the grizzly , with the reni.tinsof ti'elesn, hut thej are ihicruie to eniiteui Wanileriii' Willir," the wilth engine exa silver-tiI do not tin plained to .r)7. "Diinnn quite how our mcr a companion in nn iitMiineetl state of plate. There nre many tliitiK aoll, lawn nx it Swap around. guesi; nnyhow I'vn decomposition nboe him. Near bj demand, aimitu tiiem ht'iiiK not nnniim-x- done tnv duty. Site on her w iv to K tennis ami football. Hut do were tin' skeletons of four more bears interfeie Willi jour innocent diversion ia ('liitngo; but I'll hi) tnv next boiler-fe- l she'll be held there lo ait toiMigriee's with the bonesof an elk a yard or two an) more than I undettakr to Ucv tl.nl, sent of the 'iirreiit fad If uu want to imabove, while in the bottom of the pock- experiment with the thafini; dish and up iiiuvi nii'iur and Front baik tnllsVVllliwlir.it Itudjard Kipling's t in the fall." fresh remains of several to work with an oven, I have no objection "0U7." et were the squirrels, rock hares ami other small to otTcr, nor mil 1 let the mete matter of Arctli- - Ktiilnrntlon. animals, besido numerous dead but- expense stand in our vvav I v.i ralker busy vvl.cn vou spoke to uie about n.i.Mix For H! yeir we had been imprisoned by terflies and insects. I know that the dotiKh tins morninp the lie, ami our iiiiatioti was becoming It was i.ol likely that we could fluid "The body of the grizzly was care- stiokc sliortlj hut m heart is in the rirfht place, and I am too generous and indulgent out l.'i j ears longer. fully examined for bullet holes or to deny jour (lightest reipievt. Here, my In this juncture a ship nppeired. An ofoilier marks of Injury, but showed no hoy, m two ctuts. (io and buy voiu.elf a ficer disembarked nnd lauiu toils. trace of violence, the onlj Indication cake of j east." WndiiiiRton Star. "Who arc voui'' he asked aiixiouily. "We are the Smith party," we n plied. being n few drops of blood under the . runn tiiri. "Vou, doubtless, are our ichef expedition," nose? It was. evident that he had met "No," said the ofliier, "the .lone party Amonc the presents lately showered upon his death but n short time before, as rural bride wa one that vias the Kilt of are votir relief extieditiou. We are the re- was still perfectly fresh, an old hul.v in the neighborhood, with lief expedition of tlio.lonc party. So long." the carcass .viereitul lieaeus! It we were not lesvtied though offensive enough at the time whom both tunic and kiooiii ueie prime favorites. soon, 'we should be too old to Iccturel Deof a later visit. The remains of a cinSome ,e.ir no the old ladv iiirumiilated troit Journal. namon bear just above and alongside n supply of cardboard mottoes, which he Ill Successful I'.ITiirt. of this were In an advanced stngf of vvorketi and had fi.uned as occasion .itni.e. In cheerful hv "I ww you on a suburban train last night decomposition, while the other skele- a cord of the reds and hint", suvpended oh came colors, over the tabic be gicatly amuved nnd you tons were almost denuded of flesh, which the othet presents were itrouprd, snnu'thing seemed to gentleman was IcHiny an old and much of the hung the motto 'Tight on, Fight ever." though the claws jou" Detroit Free Ire, "l)id I really look a if I were tickled!" hair remained. "Yes. The story jou were listening to i "It was apparent that thci-- animals, Not Otiilc Itiady. "All thoso wlm want have been mnc thing very funny as well us the squirrels and Insects, to lead lit tier liven will stand up," cried the uiut Jove, I'm glad to hear you sav tht. "lly met their death by violence, revivalist in a eotniuaiidiii tone. 'I hey all The old gentleman is the father of the girl hud not Hood up e.eeptiti the stranger with the I love best oii'carth, and he was telling me but hud been nsphjxiiited by the thin heard for the first time gas given off In the gulch. "Don uhislu'iH who sat ain the front tow. n yarn thai ngo." Chicago Fventug about t jou want to he better man?" de- nine year The hollows were tested for carbonic nt uulcd the revivalist "Well, it' like this, Ilcr Gnln. acid gns with lighted taper without parson," said the stranger. "I expect to he I hope, in) I Tlio madam, proving Its pretence, but the strong a better man, of course, hut you seean' hain't the llisliop Lent just dearhas been tint been to town before in ten year, I wa pat HC.iioii of one smell of sulphur nnd n choking sensaralkylatin' to have n lectle fun hut." of profit to you, the lungs indicated the pres- Cleveland l'l.iin Dealer. Mr, iitchly It hat, indeed, bishop, I tion of am almost entirely cuitd of djipqiiu. ence of noxious gases, while the Urong lirooklvn l.ifr. irks "Isn't that your wife' wind prevailing at the time, together Wirks "She ha cone off nnd for- lialli no fn0( l0 with the open nature of the rmlni, gotten it. It t mighty lucky, however, that Time may be money, lint it' lunl for i ,.,.0lmst, concerning Israe!." Hi' cyns hjrtf must hae caused a rapid diffusion of the ha i only gone on a iliopning trip." man to make hi etcJitor bcliuvc it, ChU Uosloti Trail tciipt. N. Y. Hcruld. I the vapors." cto Daily New, clae u:ite the svwnJ. . i WMttHiMHt, -- "A Prompt Way to Cure Yourself When Symptoms Show That Your Kidneys Are Out Of Order. - Test the the a Sent Aail. fur-film- - I as-el- fr il lip-pos- e, bowel-cleane- r ot jttl help-les-l- y t, A- - - bowel-cleane- r . kid-ne- t. Dla-en-se to-l- a - - . t. - - t I , 1 he I becomo-strong- er. .idel-phi- a I I 1 - ,v 1 p ( 1 I in-s- is - 1 I ; uas , a mi. in m - 1 tin-kii- 1 l - !id '. "lb-hold- . 1 1 pocket-book- ?' rf , I I SUr vr. "PT. i DUTY OF DEMOCRATS. AGENT OF FAMINE?. THE WHOLE I'riiptr Must lie UrUerinci from raise I'rrlenalona of llir Head Ro. llir I'snililiniUrra of Willi oiiiiiirmlrr if lir lleiitib- Mtrri't. - SYSTEM KIPLING AS , A i REPORTER. n. 'fe May Become Invaded l.el '"'" o. . The ndorern of the "ndwuiee npent" It Is not kind ot the Kan Francisco seout the nugyehtlon that thu Improve-nien- t editor who rejected "The Courting of la Industrial and trade condition-Dltinh Shadd," says a writer In Leslie's which wo huto been experienein: cn.i Weekly, to rccll that he based his rebo due to niiythlntr but the tiliimph of fusal on the ground that the story was tho repiiblknn party mid the ctTeetRof scarcely equal tb the standard of merit republican pulley under the all demanded by the innpnine." Those nnd omnipotent MeKiiiley. To were the dnjs it lien Kipling was a 5 h inisis nre tin iintiirni iMeUlnlcy nnd thu party which in infifty struggling reporter of our mivnnceti civilization. spired by bin superhuman spirit they In this connection there is recalled y lessen tho cost of production nnd Kiu nil thu praise for bltf crops and the story of Kipling's third and last the necessities of lift: within i each high prices nnd the busy factories and to a iictu story. A big inpoor. The trusts nro bl;, but this he loaded railroad trnlua that iollou after can surance fraud had been unearthed and Ik. era of blj things. The day of blj; ciups nnd high prices. Hut (hero exposed by the pnner to which Kipling '1 things Jinn passed. Tho men who mo Dome things of which they hatu :the sarsa- wns attached., Kip! iigttas assigned to x.hinliiff because they nre about to tery little to say, because, while logicalstory" on tlic mnn iret a "second-daJri u out of lnulnco. by tlic trusts ly thy uru us much duo to .MeKlnley I... -- l. i.l l.t..n.. iiituntu In !) ii ii.iuun. anu who .....!. make more lnoiiry and Iniu-- an nud tho party iih Ih our priMcnt boom, wan not yet arrested Late in the after- - ' :r time working for these trusts they nru not altogether subjects of re. noon he walked Into tNoillce with facts ' n befert" joicing. At least wo hate not advanced Miiueieni to ju'i. n l.iii itien drift into the condition of so fin In our Imperial contempt for "inallowance Ihitsoniehott his own J to w ec Midi sriitliiioiits or to iih ferior peoples" us to regard them as personality persisted In obtruding Itself ve of ijitm they are ripe for subjects of rejoicing. Into the facts, nd lie presently drifted I I hf y .iirenuy ha e passed the pre-- I One of these things was the recent lion. James Lett It, 5urteyor Ocncril of into n scatlilug satire on the ofTemliT of piikiilnuiiuoiis net vlllty nnd id Louisiana. In India. Py rinson of the written In the Iplniitable pen which has re tl n unlit to be brnnded on famine Co., Columbus, O.: Drug .M'f'g India, so far fio-- producing since made hIin'"iiioiis. e ownership nun k of some drouth ir it K "(icntlemcn hate used n surplus of wheat for cnjMjri, became The city editor counted exactlv 15 t.l to f alte tlittlu full'tledi;ed and n consumer of the surplus foodstulTn u Khort time and can cheerfully rccoin- - libel suits and shout half a million dol- . . . i i lid t. ..!.... ..II i rfs. I '.t i l.i ins nne by the lepubllcnns of oilier countries. A natural result wish etery man who s Hutrering with ml MrWpllag .. in the price of wheat. ' w rof misto are bramly fnUe. It was nn wo tn nee gito .Mcivinley nud the ciitmr i could know of Its grcnt tulue. mornInK hIfl p,rotions to requested to exmust ,rntlsfcr another ,field ..nl'v possible to nniiie a single nr- - If then .....' party nil the praise for prosperity we bhould I at any future time bate occa- - U..M ,i,.i,Sr.iiihM,ii.,..i.i mill iriiinitiitvufi--.uiiiiii t 'hat lio rnllsn iiutltirti list control inuiJt logically "Vouhns-'grt"- ". Von ttili some day gite them the glory for son to reconiiucnd a treatment of your r i rof which lins not In en "marked tho famine in India nnd Incidentally frunrJS percent. ' lite to see lC Hut fate ne'ter Hie. Gratefully yours, Intended II. jt si mcof the trtut will V forced for the liuboule plague. Another of lnnu' l 'wl " lyouforthemeflianlsmofnrtvR." these things is tu Jo nil no in i.ussia. i (or.ir l itthaiiue wages ns jxirt W hereter the catarrh Is, there Insure m i Henry Norman In a I i gi I rralseliciiie loernsli ' -. out com- - says: cable dispatch "The Kusslnn famine is on a to be n waste of mucus. The mucus Is THE CENTAUR CO. FAVOR (Inn Is alin-- i t inetllnblr. When ns precious as blood. It Is blood, In fact. imscale which I'uropo Is only just begin 'prtillon sliull been cJTectunlh Is blood plasma-blo- od with the cor- , (l iilntr to ivnllc. All the prot luces of tho It lnJuilc.n)u r,i"'rd and the t riistn time full con- middl" Volga district, thousands of puscles ren.oted To stop this waste c.,orn I of ihr industries, the prediction you must k Mii:ire miles in extent and In t ! ren- treatment stop thlscnttirrh. Aeourseofl w iJI piy "generous It tl i niji" to neter falls to . ... ..... iT?t...i cJ.U..B r, ,. in of the empire, nro on the verge of do this. with in i ue .ircuii Loiirt tirlr cm lojtf. is iipremel iiltttireJ. ' rlm.vflrii .Itttlt.i. ..i..h.i sturtution." Ho adds that in some ri.rtrusiKnrr iiluas reaily to spend localities the seed wheat supplied by .. Send for free catarrh ltok. ixeiuriss , ,. i ,i. ..,. ... .. ... - " Bii,ln f .t i lat.alilj tn crushing out coiupcti" Drug Manufacturing Co., Centaur Company, of New- null Ol lliu goterument has been used for food The tlic York Citv. ltn:ij be scVdiMMiasrtnin thnt nud that bv the admission of thu Columbus, Ohio. against Satnul W Kslinger, of St. .'iy ('o not do this wiih thcilexirenud Lemis, theJiiiH being fornn injunction Ked of ross society 23 per ttiiion of t,jslng n mnii()oly of the destitute hntu no ptospeet cent,any Surulenl to restrain! tie defendant from using of rig rcnerouK utiles." of of selling fnrtckel- - Do ou have to be examined bv nhniieiisc to the poor at low prices. olllelat iixhlstnncu and intist cither be a physician before you join the W'hieltnen'i the plaintiff's remedy, "Cnstorla." a sarsa-paril- la It wns itatrd In eomplnlnnnt's bill club; Ul.rn thr trust sstem Is iiuire fully KtipMirtcd by private charity or die. Tins Mate of things In Iljissin, which, n Wheeler Xo; sfterward. Yonkeis that the Ccntiur Company, of which t.iMilie) and the cotupnet lietwecn Charles HjjjFlctclicr Is president. Is the Is the chief stdtetuun. . e trusts luill be in good working or- - uftcr the I'nltcd States, seile manufarturer of "Castorin," and source of cereal supply for those I'ip When a fool admits he's a fool Le (a no ir r tl ere nn d be no hope of high rtitcM alleged tltat the defendant had been f w .('i (in bc contrary. It can be i open ii countries which depend more or cuger a fool. Atchiion Globe. nclling meilcoe In packages clotely less iikjii imiHirlntious, would naturalhave iree' Mielw Hi twiair degree of certainty ly account for the maintenance of these of the New Vork firm. lint the raie of ngs gcncrnlly paid prices in face of the increased pioduct A prcllmiiarr Injunction was nraved U! rrj nearly represent the try low THE MARKETS. for to resiraii the defendants from In of lids country. It would uaturatly ac.iim.Miit. scirulincally ascertained, CISCISNATI. April II. any way- - rdng upon the complain-- n count for the fact that our exports of i.t a Wl O. i i j ( i) whuli n man ran keep nlic and brcadstulTs continue to be so extraorThe bill at erred that the ant's busts 4 M di i to Slrct buteben rk fiom i.' to li hour a day, r.VLVKs-J'alrtJO Hi 7 Wl jroo.t llgbl.. damages uolned were larL'e. but It follows that If .Mcivinley 3 31 U)l& and ntaty... Willi MiJin!ev's protectee tariff dinary. could not estimated. The plea of the Mixed pucker 3 .. , nnd his party nix to lie ei edited with U 3 M M ng out frriign competition, nnd h' LU'ht tntl-37i defendant a that he had a right to do I Ul . . ....... holee the tsiiM eutt i,g on domestic compe-- t our prosperity they must nlso be held SIIKKI it 4 65 as he had! e. h 10 (alt) (0 responsible for the famine In Kussla. Mill the quest. ou Is not whether the it KvldeiK' lithe case was taken by nf- It will occur to people w ho take sober KLOl'll W'lnier family tew Hi ki 2 tt I rople will hue to pray for mercy The Nc. SrrU.. . tlews of such things that u political n 71 fidntlts. utfc Adams, without leav- i open question Is: What can thu ( orn Na S mixed u 3'i ing the b4 tl delltered an opinion In patty in tho I nitrd Stat"s cannot rely Uau Na lis ,0 J"rple do tmntf themselves? which he ounced imitators of well implliilly upon famines in other hinds is C, '1 he republican party promised the to priKluec ft ii 7 known imi ies He said the practice IMIOVislOSJ-.Me.s.poprosperity for Its honor, II..T' f""T,or"leo .. UP3"'lb? tMlHWil! nml 'hey limn Cjjirj- - nnd piollt JalilLc Instil ,,, was a specil f robbery and Just nt the tlmcn when ...... S rt grant the ill ion sought. he would It stood In speclnl nretl of tbese things . Tne SimpirilU mkt&ga good look at those "hli; thllius ereamery.. unicti mide StntparilU fwnoos ,.....?!S ,'LC,",''' io L "ll.l Hifire faner .... 400 The mtdkf CAMoria" wns at first tl'e f ,ane are the people will turn to for electioneering purines. .Normal Ei ( nditions i nn tirelty sure to bo re- protected ly nt nnd later by label tie iV ncW iiio pnrtv ni'd nk fornine stored in Itussit und India and to eon- f i. fj'l ci ul'MrlTrrsoman :w a aw nnd tradcf m . The plalntlft cln'mcd simplicity " 7.' tiiiur ror n consulcrniilu i retl.... 01 that othcr'i Ions similar to the one I . i'cm if depi. SHOOT eraei gi t together yarn Indeed, it is more uuml.cr of COILS No S handed dow than jwistible ...?.? .t',lr"CoprlBf.. ' have been sem i nt the tuition from ihc pawn-- t 34 ', ti- - Ni Sib-riS7 ir.lroml will opin up 1MI1K -- Me...... cured in the I'fcrnl courts, cases being rr : i rs if Woll strei t.Chtcngei Hem-ot- r that the C 11 tt P ri :t) new uid fertile) regions of gront lllKRY CHAKWIdC Chicago, Indianapolis. ElITkl .. teiu. LAItll-Stei HOT 6UN 5HEUS J7i innumerableni PRICE 10 CENTS, POSTPAID. cajsilile of priHlutdiig u large surplus of district of tilfmbla. Texas nnd New I Pclentlflc Offlelal small grains and of making I.ussiii n bbb. a 4(0 Jvrtey, In al I which the courts grantTRUSTS AND THE G. 0. P. M Atrraces batting. 111 ft n; ed Injunction! more form'dablr coinpetilor than ever WllhAINit !rr1 ......::.... .Nattitial OILS -- Na Smlsea tlelcllnir. W 4J H it. pltchlnir anduiluor U n The nttori'W In this suit were t:cn Iti'iiiilillcici Orcmia Icuuiic C w-- i und tme llraln- - in the gniln market of the world. oATs-MiI lt ..::..: ;:;::" I.tcn If wejinte nothing more thnn a and lil.rlof St. Louis, nnd V II. nliitf to Tnkf ii nrnnd railme h"" '" SM OIO 2S Used ByAiLTHE GwMPWNSiKns.t M I I club.. noillbe 7 restoration of normal conditions there I.AKo net em Vtimlilr. tM Scott, of fir; ,'0, for the complainit plcturrtor Iurert' .W.'il.t.oitll mm mm mm mm MU will bo an end of famine iirlees for food- - PLOflt Pnmlly arcraccs, piCC. StmtAMCONAPasrALQUD, ants and .Mih el Kineally for the m plater . 3 etc Q. J fO The Svracnse Tht rellmlnnry injunction Is is an- Moll's nnd n relnpse to Honvthlng like oiiAi.-s- wutui. Nu SrtU nil l& At6 llWZTRKTlD QTALOGUi. 7t,ft outhlrn .,," ;l ii 7 if uuderstood to ettle the point of law other repnbliron jwer that Iiiik tnkrn the prices which prctnllcd In theycari .7 " Torn- - Muetl ? Winchester Repeatingbms UntK-nhim at the rapid growth of the trust of world-widInvolted, bir ic ejuestlon of damages plenty not long "ngn. ".'". ?vriitc 8.J f.r r.lllaca. .f Iw Ball ! 1ISI.II Gw4k f8 ISO WiiitMSTitAn Kimttmit. Conn ?' Ilje Na :evirr. A. C. SPALOINC A BROS. will be adju.'c d when the case has its Rsinn. th.it nstcm which other re Then it will not be so easy for the re- CATl SB IU V New York Chicago Denvar ilibcan paprrH hate frankly whnrpvil publican party to make people, bcllcte 1ICXJ! wirrn. imlltr .... 4M W 4 10 linn I hearinr 10 a. 4.0 W.V.vi'lil to nundle to the npnlliciin protcctltp tnrilT jmI-t- in the prospcrlty-produciplNolANAl'bui's. The botthKS the original "Castorla" RHII flRril coodt. ltfipcoiblcud innglo GltALS Delicate, or ' W'rak."Tonlr Artflri-- Plcklf. iim LADY AGENTS. Siasni Rm4xC , work at homr. UniLUnXn a The llilrlii innuucrallic manufactured ty the Centaur Comnanv MrillclBcCa.. flilldrfiiHas 151. drelarcH that cither of the ttiriir or of n policy of 4(14 S)ill).r Bt , CUtna.tl, 0, Corn Na r mixed '.., U. Hrrlln. W'U. I. 23' ( tm Nu .' inixeil thu Miibjcol of the trusts Invilrx utteti-tiobear dominion. Indeed. It Is not it '.V ident.the faeiafle signature of the pres- 't. and It wniiln to know wiint the Chnrltt Fletcher, on the label. that it retulstou and :t fall- I IMntrrpiiient 375 O 400 icputdican party Is ijolnj: to do nlntut back Into the dumps will disclose to OltALS. W Lral-while the bottl s sold by the defendnnt I rtl . 7J SB HANDFUL DIRT MAY BE Ii .oii Mixeu. I'hat the r o. p. ulll do somethlni; the perceptions of eten the dullest n it 3.1 company cr on the label the words Ouls WtiPil. O SOU "Pitcher's iUl - Castorla." nlxint it that paper Is coiilident. Tins the falsity of the pretense that tho SHAME." .Xli.k,. A HOUSEFUL It is said SilO IW f jet that some of the combine claim to republican party thnt crlminil proceedings will follow, runs tho greatest LAKU Mem, HOUSE WITH CLEAN hate rcdiiei d ;irlrcH docs not nflcct tho prosperity show on earth nnd thnt and that seteril nrrestb mnv bmade. slltiatiou. ax the sees it. k either Its ndvnnce ngent or It J'h'itpaN'r sny: TEALTH and beauty are the glories o perfect woman- linrnum. Chicago Chronicle. 1 "U ii not cnouph that n trust nhnll not Ip noou. cow in of rat'lnt: the nrleesof its proil-- i POINTS AND OPINION. Women who suffer constantly with venkness peculiar s totp it not Uavrn on the most runl to their sex cannot retain their beauty, Preservation of r'ulrnls trln.t Uial an unorsanizr.J It Is n historical fact thatmostof I utiiir u U'l now S"!WWVMWW.M.WAW.W.WMW.M.WWMWr oorly uroticinl pretty features and rounded form is faint.1 the frlclitfui Influence of rointil the tioasted necomplishmcnts. of the a duty women owe to themselves. i anoti 1000s of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY of rari'ni In our iMrlilaiurm ami present administration have been the II in not rntlnly n matter of The mark of excessive monthly g subjects of ofllclnl Inquiry. Omaha t'r price of siifrar or l:erone. and nelir-lav- e World Herald. is n familiar one in the faces of ih.U i c .irty of Lincoln ami Oram, wl h i an never afTonl to lo Ictm than fjr-i- t young American women. It Is hlnteel that Mr. Hanna Is i Is enmlnir to rcollis lliifact. Don't wait, young women, until "The lr.u'IUlIHK trusts nre n prfntnt looking for some one to go on the I'ermanrnilr cum all ltcblns. Burolnit, Kealpjr, HcalpandHklu l)lkec. such an Halt Kbeum. your Rood looks are gone past recall. men ice if not n present nruve danctr to ticket with President McKlnley in MOO. 'A tape worm rlslitrcn fort Ions at Hoald Head. ChllMalnit. 1M1ih. IliirtiM. Hnbr i j n nnJ tven toKovernment In ihls Scaled proposals should be invited. laast camo on ttin scene alter my taUlnc two Humors, llandruff, Itcblni: Hcaln. Falling Hair Consult Mrs. Pinkham nt the t. CASCAHKTS. Tbls I am sure hits caused my linicseniOKamiinaaine it N)il. piisy.anii itiriatcr Jdjnccr. asln oihi rpris! ilanr.ers Cincinnati Kmpiirer. All i'aro Uruntloiis inroduclnira Moft. Clear. Write to her at Tvenn Xtncc bad health lor tho post three J cure. I cm atill '" ' Ii iv t llircatcnd touallv. the reliance anil Coinpleiloiil. II contains nu taking Cucarets, the only cathartic northy ol Ueaullfnl Hklo Cantbarldea or nnjtliliiK Inlurloim. The republicans nre enjoying the " tioiinj els In the repulillcan iiarty Miss Edna Ellis, Higginsport, Ohio, writes: lcad. Hulphur. " notice by sciisltilo people c ol J piny liax rfrvstl Itiem'licfore; It "Dear Mrs. An pair, ureat teller eaiiTaera make Ml 'It spectacle of Mjunbbles among the Ueu V I30WLI9, Oslrd, Mass M.I a dar. Druga lita fr mall Sue, Canlllarla in Pinkham I am a school teacher and had suiTered untold agony 3 II l! 'v III fall llipm liniv ' Hut they will .Mannfartiirlnir Co.. N i. Aunrnax i. iiii.i. during my menstrual periods for ten years. My nervous sysli s apparent, on the admission of means a lite party with lenrn that thisia.;i lawi.i. Ant.. ji.i:. kiiiue, .n. .i. CANDY Foinr thing ionc. intr irpni bran tem was almost a wreck. I suffered with pain in my side and BLOOD PILLS Arc you itnnerK. that "the cimpiisii. Ilieeleiiil net er light. Washnun inuiia aiA&b BSS.V 1.UU11 OlIIIHICU' 'd p .rtv In- hertnl them" with trnstH. ington Times. had almost every ill human flesh is MIUICI.MCO P.O. Hoi 101, Ilorlln. Wis. tid n lot of thtm. nnd it may fuiiiv bo heir to. I had taken treatment from a With wnra. rumors of wnrs and Hint It will f.w.i i. n.r.il... I ),..... Algerlsm turning their hair gray. Presnumber of physicians who gave mo TXACt SUNIt SIOItTlSCO .nniiinticiiH of capital. It linn ul- - ident McKlnley huntno relief. In fact one '";i nuide i preteiifce of uttncl.iiig ing trouble Meappears to be still to Ida ii has announced eminent specialist said In ((ULTctiH nnd in the htnti cabinet thnt. Tne Level he ttlll soon Issue a civil V I A$CmWlmS&JBS$t no medicine could help it lias misted f Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Tatte Good Do service order placing fl.r.(X) ofliccs nt the ItlV. s tll.lt an fniinil In In. OixxJ, NercrMcScn, Weaken, or Gripe 10c, SictOc tne, I must submit to iniH.Ti TO ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ihlc, I.iuh with whteh nidlnir thein. disposal of republican spoilsmen. Phil- an operation. At my Slftll.l n.n.d r.M!. lcf, Slrl, Sw l.tl. 113 states' nttornctn have lauijhed out of ntlelplila hues. mother's request, I The president is quoted ns sayHold and guaranteed by nil drug cj.irl. Pcrhnps that party In worthy wrote to Mrs. Pink ing that the newspnper criticisms of data to VV 11 1: Tubuccti lltblt. l "the iclir-neof the people," nnd it ham stating my Secretary Alger upplled to him ns much J DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. not unlikely that It will ifk them to case in every parrily on It. It oiiL-li-t not to surprise :is they did to the seeretnry. This If WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. ticular and reKKADKKS OK THIS I'APKll miibody if the jj. o. p. biiddenly eoniCH true ns gospel. For hnten't we Mark DWIItlNIl TO UUY ANVTHING ceived a prompt forth in tin. cluirnetcr of defender of llnnna's word for It thnt Alger made no DINING CARS. AIIVKUTISKI) IN ITS COLUMNS ihc. people a;niiiht thu trustu; but, nil move without first consulting the presreply. I followed KHOUI.II INSIST I'TON HAVING ident? Wheeling Ilcglster. he hiiiiiu tin: trusts will foot its cam- the advice given WHATTHBV ASK KOH. UKIUSINO at. . IHCULLS, K. O. McCORMICK, Mr. McKlnley is discovering AU. fcUllSTITUTKS Oil IMITATIONS. palKii billo. Iliiifrlinnitun (N. Y.) Lend-eme and now I President. 1'asa. TrafBo Msr. he now feels thnt It is best for that TTARltKN J. LI.Mil, suffer no more Cuba and best for the United State Asst. Gcnl. Pass, & Ticket Agt, during menses. If It be true that the Sherman that the Island should become u partr.f If anyone cares AFX, Our Female Hraulntor. for All If THEOVErTLAND MONTHLY .iw is not fcutllclcnt to meet this nation. A great innnv of us disllartv DRE, Irpiiularltlea and DIkoiis.m. of Women Contain. . rry momli thrrrur (our lunipirlritcirln. 'he ends bought, then It should be covered tnnt the president rclt thnt Any to know more PEEDY I alyelu Medicine Co., Merlin, Wla. dr.. rlptlvt. artlrlm. i.vral and twenty pagra vr half a duipii original liuoa amended. There Is no hope o; amend-in- n long time ago. but as he appears to be of in., about my case, I rlra. current ti.plca ami Intririllnr iVIiIi protuiclr It. houeter. under republican hnvlng n good time In the thought that llluttratrd. 1'rlrvvnlT lOtrnti.orll a )vnr. pvntrald. will cheerfully answer all ami tbe onli iffricvntailrr inaratlnp tit ralltornU sue of congress. Mr. MeKlnley's law the little game being worked by the rams WHtRt Ail tlit MS Hip tlrat el. NI'llNCKIlir. miw, letters." Beat VOBSO Djrnip. laaiitm(iii Ca Uvntcoinrry Mrrrt, SAN HUM ItH'O. CAUKOJmiA. ollleer has demonstrated In hi lnme ex llnnnucrnts was not plain to the peola time. Bold by druaiilat. ilt A VttsiflTrfnm. iunu- . - . o cuses for his department's indifference ple very little wns snld about it. The uisoii oi wt. jacKson,' ind writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham fDnDCVNPWI)l5COVERViPlveR lowaitj tCU growing menace to Amcr- - only ones dcccll nre the Cubans, who I quick rrllrT and eurri wurtt I am by occupation a school teacher, and for a loag while sufim. Ilevk of taitlnionial. and IO du)'lrHl Indiistrv nnd freedom the neees- - acccplcel the profer.sious of the schemA. N. K.- -K anrnl S'rce. ba.al. U. i.HSSS'kSbSslUaillitlaiu,sa. fered with painful menstruation and nervousness. I have re1756 rI'lty of democratic control of national ers at Wushlngton. Omnlio World-ller- ceived nure benefit from Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Com' llowelt are Katentlal WHEN WKIT1NO TO AllVEKTIaKUH afTah-a- . Uuuiton Post. aid. pleatae atale that yon aw tke Advertise-ONSTIPAT10R Iitriiular Add 1IYI1SU Mttv pound than from all remedies that I have ever tried." lai.Unllii.WU. aatat la (ala paper. VRID. ' Ijccomlnff evident ay ly dnJ" t the rank nnil JII of the ri'nuiillcnn ty arc jirrpnrt'd, cuiiiiildvoiitlv nrul u'lly, to follow their lenders in tho port of trusts. ( rels one of their recent utternuccn: ,i50 who oppose trusts arc nimiy t,i ; In tho wny ijt (lie rnr of prop- out-nt) I Ion ii I'urt). r. vjvnciaiii....!..- Vd3C. ucwi) bv Catarrh "v"un ,ltt,c tlniat'" ciiriir."iiui-..n- d The Pioneer Medicine S W is Ayers Sarsaparitta Before sarsaparillas were known. years ago, it began K.. butofn-iilpeicu- t work. i . --MMHIMH you Since count 1 mmwrsm rzs L cir thousands withevery parillas by the si-r- :'i v. J n variation of imita I 1 I 1 1 I ja tion of the original, - -- - I tt?) cept one. to They have .- p,nJ,,p A-- i li.-n- - j -- c ,, rifti-rano- never been able to r m a itate the quality of Ayefs on " ,!,-- -- a the pioneer. - litis-Mi- When vou see a rt L.5TOCK-CatlIc,coinmo- ti..J CC bottle of that is enough; vou can confidence at once. If you want an experiment, buy anybody's Sarsaparilla; if you want cure, you must buy w- - o C 1ICHJS-Cu- jre . r e . rk.. nCllltli-CUolniilal- ry. ..... - aiu . Av ers J Winchester V m W' UltAI.N.-WniAl-S- o .. an .- - " am Spalding's Official Base Ball Guide 11 it I i n U All imnr . .rr Sed-do- sed 3.1 Post-Stnndn- nl - TO -- e Nu i New Playing Rules " i.K-.n- c g -- Wlic4l-NaS Post-Standar- d lin-lerJ- n. Ntv clti-rc- t "A OF OF Me-Kltil- Post-Standar- d T I SAPOLIO I" suf-erin- THE out-star- MARKS OF SUFFERING WORMS TAPE Kc-le- l.uiurl-ant- l. dem-rcrat- s. - 1 1 ) 1 1 1 I'-i- "lal-iturc- iintl-triis- nu nrn I ltun-Ilnn- I)- "BIG FOUR" Sea V Route" 1 NEW YORK. r. nntl-tru- st ;; eon-'n- il rrv, r v j Mfk yfk -- I I ' rblt-cha- t. I '"".iivw, & ln JT.J9 -- . i . I N V JN GRIP OF STEEL. the Tenacity of Eleazar. Ur, falmage Draws a Lesson from lip ttrurn n Closer Adherence tn the C imp el mill Annnunci"i Time lie Will INol Crime to I'rrneh. e In the first notice concerning l)r that Pastor Charles II Spurgcon of London, wrote the great English minister said lie was glad to find a preacher This distlmt believed something. course of Dr. Talmngc Is in that vein, and urges close iidherence to the old Gospel: text. II. Samuel. 23:10, "And his hand clave unto the swoid." What u glorious thing to preach the Goipel! Sonic suppose thnt because J will have resigned a fixed pastorate cease to preach! No! No! Icxpcctto prench more Hian ever have. If the Lord will, four times as much, though would not dare in manifold places to halt u ith such oppni t unity to declare the truth through the ear to audiences and to the eye through the printing press. And here we have a Mining theme put before us by the prophet. A great general of King David was Klearar. the hero of the text. The Philistines opened battle against him. s and hi troops ictrented. The Tal-tnug- 1 I I cow-urd- (led ; ft 1 rndes went into the li.itlc and swept the Held, for four men w.lhdodou their Eidenre stronger than a whole n giuient with (Sod against them. Tall back!" ehutitcd the commander of the Philistine army The cry ran nlongthe host: Tall backl" nieaar. having swept the field, throws himself on the ground to rest but the muscles nnd sinews of h' hand had been so long bent around ilu hill of the sword that the hilt was imbedded in the flesh, and the gold wireof the liill had broken through the skin of 'he palir. of his In mi and he could cot drop this sword whic'h he had so gallantly wielded "Mis limn clave unto the swoid " Thnt i" what I call magnificent h'ghling for the Lord God of Isricl. Ami we want moreof it. propose to show you how Elcazar took hold of the sword and how the sword took hold of Kleazar. I look at Eleazar's hand, and come to the conclusion that he took the sword with a veiy tight grip. The cowards who tied )id no trouble in dropping their swords. As they lly over the rocks I hear their swords clanging in every direction. It is easy enough for them to drop their swords. Hut Kteaar's hand clave unto the sword. In tills Christian, conllict we want a tighter grip of the Gospel wenpous, a tighter grasp of thts sword of the truth. It makes me sick to see these Christian people who hold only a part of the truth, mid let the rest of the truth go. so that the ... viWArtl,hlUstWies..KCcliiK ,,1L' loocticil grasp. wrench the whole sword away from them. The only safe thing for us to do Is to put our thumb on the book of Genesis and sweep our hand around the Imok unlit the tips of the fingers clutch at d the words: "In the beginning God the Heavens ami (lit earth." I like ' an infill"! a great deal better than I tlo ode of these nam by jiamby Christians who iiold a part of the truth and let the ret go lly miracle. God preserved this lllble hist us it is. and it is a Damascus hi.ide The severest test to which a iwortl enn be put in a sword factory i to wind the blade around a gun barrel like a ribbon, and then, when the sword is let loose, it (lies back to its own bhapc. So the sword of God's truth has been fully tested, and it is bent this way and tlr.it way and wound this way nnd that way, but It always conies back to its own shape. Think of it! A book vvtlften near 19 centuries ago. and some sf it thiiisandsof years ago. and .vet in our time the overage 3ale of this Hook is more than JJu.OOO copies every week and more than a million copies aycar. I say now that a book which is Divinely inspired, ami Divinely kept, and Divinely scattered is a weapon vvoith holding a tight grip of. IlishopColenso will come along and try to wiench out of jour hand the i'ne books of Moses, and Strauss will come along and try to wrench out of your hum! the miracles, and Kenan will come nlong and try to wrench out of your hunt the entire life of the Lord .lesus Christ, and 30111 iiv socinlesin tl.r office or the factory or he blinking Iioiim' will tiy 10 wrench out of your hand the entire Bible, but in the strength of the Lord God of Israel nnd with Hknar's grip hold on tti it Von give up the Ilihle. you give up any part of it. uir.l you give up pardon and peace and life and Heaven. Do not be nshnmctl, young man, to liave'the wor'.d know that you me a friend of the Uible. This look i.s the friend of all that is good, and it is the sworn enemy of all thnt ia bad. Anelo-qiiewtiler recently gives an incident of a very bad man who stood in a cell of a western prison. This criminal had gone through all styles of crime, mid liu was there waiting for the h. The con Vict standing there at the window of Hit: cell, this writer says, "looked out and declared, 'I am mi infidel.' He said 2h.it to all the men nnd women and children who hnppcucd to be gathered theie. 'I am an infidel,'" mid the eloquent writer says. "Kver.v man and woman there believed him." And the writer goes on to say, "If he bad s'ood theie baying, 'I am Christian,' every man and woman would have bald. 'He is a liar!"' This Uible is the sworn enemy of all that Is wioug, and it is the friend of all that is good. Oh, hold on it! Do not take part of it mid throw the rest away. Hold on to nil of it. There ure so ninny people now who do not know. V011 mkIc them if the soul is ".iiuortul. and they bay: "I guess It Is; I don't know. Perhaps It is: perhaps it Isn .." lb tin- Wlily true'.' "Well. pcrhiipn it hi.tind perhups he. figurative-J,v- , it Isn't. Pel haps il ! anil pci Imp it may be partly mid be at ail." 'i'tiey V.ilii! 'I may I 1 two-edged cre-Btent I'leaur nnd ilreeof his com I I gal-lo- w 11 - l.ct mo lo 'J'liy bosom fly. While the billows near mu roll, While thu tempest mill I high. Then they were (lushed down to death. Oil, how much others have endured for Christ, and Low little we endure for Christ! We want .to lido to Heaven in a I'lillniaiKsleeplng car. our feet on soft plush. Mid bed made up early, t we can sleep all the way, the black porter of ileal h to wake us up only in time to filler Hie golden city. our We wniit all the surgeons to fi. hand up. Let them bring 011 nil the lint and all the bandages nnd all the salve, for our hand is hurt, while Mlenardocs not know his hand is hurt. "His hand clave unto the sword." As I look at Kleaar's hand I come to the conclusion that he bus done n great I mu not surdun I of bard hitting. prised when I see thai these four men r.leaar and his three conipanlor.R drove ha !: the tinny of I'lillisiiui's that El elisor's swoid clave to bis baud, despise what they call the npostoile creed, but If their own creed were wilt-teout it would read like this: "1 believe in nothing, the maker of heaven and earth, nnt: In nothing which it hath sent, which nothing was born of nothing and which nothing was dead ami buried 11111I descended Into nothing and arose from nothing nnd ascended to nothing and now sittcth at the right hand of nothing, from which it will come to judge nothing. I believe in the holy agnostic church and in the communion of nothingarians and in the forgiveness of nothing, and the resurrection of nothing mid in the life that never shall b. Amen!" That is the creed of tens of thousands of people in this day. If you haven mind tondopt such n theory, I will not. "1 believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ and in the holy Catholic church nnd in the communion of saints and in the life everlasting. Amen." Oh, when I see Klenar taking such a stout grip of the sword In the battle ngainst sin come to the and for righteousness, conclusion that we ought to take stouter grip of God's eternal truth the sword of righteousness. As I look at Kleaar's hand I also notice his spirit of self forget fulness. He did not notice that the hilt of the sword was eating liroilgli the palm of his hand. He did tint know it hurt him. As he wen', out into the conllict he was so unsJous for the victory he forgot himself, ai'.l that hilt might go never so deeply into the palm of his hand, it disturb him. "Ills hand it could clave tin' the sword." Oh. my brothers and si- -i -. let us go into the Christian iv ith the spirit of self abnegaronilit-Who cares whether the world tion praises us or denounces us? What do we care for misrepresentation or abUM? or persecution in a cunfliet like this? Let us forget ourselves. 'Hint man who Is afraid of getting his hand hint will never kill n Philistine. Who cares whether you get hurt or not If you get the victor.v? Oh, how many Christians there are who nrc all the time worrying about the way the world treats them. They are so tired, mid they are so abused, and they nrc so tempted, when Klenrar did not think whether he had a hand or an arm or a foot. All he wanted was victory. We see how men forget themselves In worldly achievement. We have often seen men who. In order to achieve worldly success, will forget all physical fatigue and all annoyance and all obstacle. Just after the battle of in the American revolution, a musician, wounded, was told he must havo his limbs amputated, and they were tibout to fasten him to the surgeon's table, for it was long before the merciful discovery of anaesthetics. He said, "No, don't fasten me to that table; get me violin." A violin was brought to him, and he said, "Now go to work as licgin to play." and for 40 minutes, .... ..... . .1 ..1 uuriu 1.111; iiwiui iiiis i .mi jmi.iiit'ii. he moved not n muscle nor dropped n note, while lie played some sweet tunc. Oh, is it not strange thnt with the music of the gospel of Jesus Christ and with this grand march of the church mili tant on the way to become the church triumphant we cannot forget ourselves and forget all pang and all sorrow and all persecution and all perturbation? We know what men accomplish unMen do not der worldly opposition. shrink back forautngonismor for hardYou have admired Preseott's ship. "Conquest of Mexico," ns brilliant mid beautiful a history as was ever written, but some of you may not know under what disadvantages It was writtenthat "Conquest of Mexico" for Prescott was totally blind, and ho had two pieces of wood parallel to each other fastened, and, totally blind, with his pen between those pieces of wood, he wiote, the stroke against one piece of wood telling how far the pen must go In one way, the stroke against the other piece of wood telling how far the pen must go the other way. Oh, how much men will endure for worldly knowledge and for worldly success, and yet how little we ondure for Jcsu How many Christians theie Christ! are that go around saying: "Oh, my hand; oh, my hand, my hurt hand! Don't you see there is blood on the hand, and there is blood on the sword?" while I'leaur, with the hilt imbedded in the flesh of his right limit, does not know it. What have we suffered in comparison with those who expired with suffocation or were burned or were chopped to pieces for the truth's sake? We talk of the persecution of olden times. There is just us much persecution going on now in various ways. In IS40, in Madagascar, IS men were put to death for Christ's suke. They were to be hurled over the rocks, and before they were hurled over the rocks, in order to make their death the more dreadful in anticipation, they were put in baskets and swung to and fio over the precipice that they might see how many hundred feet they would have to be dashed down, and while they weic swinging in these baskets over the rocks they sang: Jesus, lover of my soul, n 1 11 t York-tow- n, 11 1 1 ni. Ue have got to stoji our iml ption Unites against tue mimes mm me and the GIrgashites and let tl iior wretches go and apply our iml rjJ'ion .inch to Hie modern transgression tabs need tobedraggedout and slnii heie. Hcrods here. Jezebels h K "c massacre of the infants here. ifr'for (ioil -- o hard that while you sla tisill the sword will adhere to yt r ovv taut hand. I tell you, my friends, a few John Knoes ami John ,Vlevs in the Christian church c on lie whole tendency is to Chi 1. thin woik. We keep on nig on it until we semi apologetic lto iniquity we ure about to cap It li Ami we must go with swonff nt cr chased and presented by the la oallll we must ride on white palfrtS rler the embroidered housing, putti spurs in only just noiigh to n the charger dance gracefully, and 1.3 w e must send a missive, delicate a ti.iil-- ; jilt ding card, to ask the old bla en of sin if he will not surrender, saved by the grace of God and pri ous mission sent, detained ft uit'ic Sabbath elasses because, their clns is not done. Churches that sh o.oui cities with great revivals around to ask some tlcmoustrat if he will not please mJ) . "amen" and "hnPeluluh" llttl It seems ns if in our churches v tinted a baptism of cologne ami dj of n thousand llowcrs when we ;tllv ncetl a baptism of tire from t e Jro God of Pentecost. Hut we are s iron somebody will criticise our irons or criticise our prayers orcrlti religious work thnt our nnsictv fotlic world's redemption i.s lost in wo will get our hand hurt, wh c k'a ar vv cut into the conllict, "and s aid ' clave ttnli the sword." see In the next place ivl a Hut iinni (thing it was for Kleazar t hand and his bwortl parted. T clcs and the sinews had been grasped around the sword hoc drop it, and his three comratlt pose, came up anil tried to h and they bathed the back par hand, hoping the sinews and ti would relax. Hut no. "His hu t kunrd ." Tlmti tlii.v imlft pull open the fingers and in f. tne tiiumo, nut no sooner w pulled back than they closed nl "and his hand clare unto the votf' Hut after awhile thev were suctcsiu and then they noticed that thr cvf in the palm of the hand enrrespoHc exactly with the curve of thehi!. "ill hand clave unto the sword." You and I hnve seen It many i tni( There are In the L'nltcd Slates ninny aged ministers of the oi'pe They are too feeble now to pre' h. Ii the church iccortls the word stanrin, opposite their name is "emeriti s,"o the words nre, "a minister w tlnn charge." They were a heron ne They hud small salaries mid l t k books, ami they swam spring fr she to meet their appointments. lit ticj did in their dny a mighty work f They tool; off more of the he Is pf Philistine iniquity than joii conlt count from noon to sundown. VntpiTt that old minister of the Gospel now into a prayer meeting or occasional pulpit or n sickroom where there is someone to be comforted, and it Is the siincoitl ring to his voice, and the same of pardon nnd pence nnd ( lir:- -' null Heaven. Ills hand hns so lore; el eliul the sword in Christian conllict can not drop it. "His hand clave unnthr , sword." l had liu my parish in I'll a very aged man who in hiwly life had been the companion c advisor of the early presidents, M ijsoti and Monroe. He had wieldtd t influence, but I only knew him ns very aged man. The most remarkable iliing about him was his ardor for Inrist. When lie could not stand up in the meetings without propping, lie oul throw his arm mound a pill.it (Jf th church, nnd, though his mind vv.u partially gone, his love for Christ so great that all were in deep resput and profound admiration, and were mnei! I was called i when lie spoke. hcc him die. I entered the room, ui he said: "Mr. Talmnge, I cannot speak to you now." He was in a very pleasant delirium, ns he imagined he I, u an audience before him. lie said: "I Must tell, these people lo come to ( hmtnnd prepare for Heaven." And then n, this pleasant delirium, both arms hftcil this octogenaiian preached Christ ami told of the glories of the world to come. J here, lying on his dying pillow. Mm dying linnd clave to lis sword. Oh. if there ever was uuyone wlmlmd a right to retire Trotn Hie cniillfi-old Joshun. Soldieis come h.u-i- . itas from battle have the nainet, o.' IP foam,., ,,n their flags, showing win re thev tl..tln- gulsiico themselves, and s a ur mi- n-iiw,iniiv iuuii. look at tlmt (lag of old f..'ii Joshua. On it Jen, ho. (Jibenii. Hn.ir. clly of Ai.nnd itisiiMd of the stars sprinkled on the llii" ihn.nr mid tlit moon which stoutl Mill Thert lit is. 10. v ems old. lie is Iv ing dm 0n 11 to-ila- v for every time he strueK mi cnlir with one end of the sword thu otSr end of the sword woundcJ him. Oh, we hnve found an enenv jean soft not be conquered by rosewatei It must be sharp si ?.ind speeches. straight thrust. There Is i i;ipor ancc. and there is fraud, and tlTe U gambling, and there is lust, n there are 10,000 battalions of n mty, u are armed Philistine iniquity. they to be captured mid over Soft sermons in morocco en t ''"' down in front of an exquisite tJeiiee You have lto i call will not do it. things by their right name. y.have hris- e;ot to expel from our church tians w ho eat the sacrament 01 suluy and devour widows' houses all t nveek, 1 1, SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. M.ttchcs made of rolled paper are recent invention. They burn longct nnd are much cheaper than those mud of wood. The voidest period in thetl.iy l usual ly a few minutes after suikIm'. Tlili is due to the fact that when the sun first strike the earth it causes the evaporation of a chilling moisture. The cent consists of US per cvnt. oi copper and live per cent, tin and zinc There are ,000.000,1X10 ncnnicK hi clieu lutiou throughout th country, anc the Philadelphia mint is turning then out at the rate of I,IMH),UOO a moiitl to keep it. tav supply. Oliver Wendell Holme-- . uys: "Soi enec is a pint of fiirnltuK for a man'a upper chamber. If he hat common sense on the ground llnor; but if a man has not got plenty of good common seusc4the inorescieiieo he hui the wort: for his patient. Steel rails now figure as the cheapest tlm'shed product In wrought iron or steel. A gootl lesron Jn the tlumicei of modern Industry is also a on led by v111K them. To establish a stecl-nii- l expenditure of III.OOO.OOO is requited before a single rail can 1h turned out The steel is made to conform to an ac curate chemical composition -- thcinot accurate in the oitlluary range f technical operations. There ks an interesting story in con nectiou with a cement mill which U Pot about to start up in Kaimtx. .vein's near Miilvuue there used to ben large tract of "smoking prairie." It ivas good grazing ground, but during nnd after a rain It smoked, and 110 ont knew tlicvause until a strttugcrquietly bought the tract one day ami announced that he hail a fortune. The cement lies on the surface in gteat quantities, ami is worth teu dollars a 1 1 OVER WORK MAKES WEAK KIDNEYS. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. YOUR ),)'' KIDNEYS ARE YOUR BLOOD FILTERS. flint-rat- e 11 11 11 I 1 I barrel. ag r er 11 cr I . 10-t- a . '(x. ol.-,tor- ! ulcl-phi- a I va-- ,. t i 11 i 1 his back, but be is preaching. Iii,d ng words area Imltlv charge ug.ilristidnl-airy- , and a rallying ciy for the Lord of , Hosts as he nys: ihlst'i. go the way of ml the cnrili. and l,cd nam nn laueii 10 fulfill w "lb-hold- I concerning Israe!." HK claie u:il'. the swvrj, (j,j,IL, ,...;, The discovery Is announced in a preliminary communication by Dr. of Uussia, of a microbe pathogenic to rat. An epidemic hav- To Wonderful Merits of Hodern ing broken out among the rats kept for governt, experimental purposes in the Discovery, Swamp-RooEvery Reader May Have ment agricultural laboraatory. a Isiell-InSample Bottle was isolnted from the liver and Absolutely Free By Mail. lleen of alfected animals that proved exceively fatal to rats and mice. The way to be writ Is to pay attention nnd specialist, has attained n in making the organism usereputation through the discovn have not yet. to your kidneys. ful ns a living rat They are the inont Important organs ery and marvelous success of Hwnmp-Kouo hud an encouraging however, of the body the blood filter. In purifying thr blood, and therecess. All the blood in your body by curing chronic anil dangerous dithrough your kidney once every three srate, caused by sick kidneys, of which MANY ANIMALS KILLED. minutes some of the sy mplotns are given below. The kidneys strain or filter out he Ialn or dull ache In luck or head, (illicit In YrllowafiMir I'nrU It Urnlli impurities in the blood that is thrir rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness, n n tu ml Triiii fur Wild work. dizzJuess. irrrgular hrart sleepless(,'rritlnrci.. Purifying your blood is not .1 ques- ness, snllow complexion. dropsy. Irritation of taking a laxative of physic. bility, loss of ambition, obliged o pan In Jhc hrart of the Itockies. in Death Does your blood run through your water of teiidiirlngtlied.iy. mid toget up Gulch. desolate ravine in the north-eas- t bowels? many time at night, ami all kinds of corner of the Yellowstone Park, Wh.it the docs is to kidney, bladder uuil tiricncld troubles. is a natural bear trap. Here tiundrciitt, throw out the jini.ions conllnrd in your Swauip-Koperhaps thousands, of animals, berk-lu- bowrls ready for alxorptlnn Into your flfl v cent or is sold by nil dealers. In hot lies. .Make a shelter, huve ben blood, but the poisons which nre alfood, drink or Dr. note of the name, SWAMP-HOOhelptempled to come, only to drop ready In your blood, canning your pres- Kilmer's Swnmp-Koot- . nnd rrmemberlt lessly to their death, "Into a I1.1t It of ent sickness, it leaves there. is prewircd only by Dr. Kilmer A Co., invisible, poisonous vapor, where they There Is no other way of purifying Hlnghmntnn. V. sink down to add their bones lo the your blood except by menus of your To prove the wonderful merits of his foMl record of an interminable IUt kidneys. great discovery he now offers to every of similar tragedies, dating back to a fail todo reader of this taper a prrKild free Thnt is why penod long preceding the records of their work they fail to help the kid- sample liottleof Swauip-IJoowhich he human history." neys. will send to any address, free by until. This it tho conclusion renchetl by T. u A book about H'ftlth Dirt and When you are sick. then, no matter A Jnggur. Jr. Ph. D., who what you think the name of your disas Kelated lo jour Kidney antl Death liulch in a paper In the Popular ease is. the first thing you should do Is giving some of the thoutHnds' upon Science Monthly. He visited the place to afford aid to your kidneys by tulng thousands of testimonial letters ns a member of the United States geoDr. Kilmer's Svvmup-lloothe great from the suffereru cured, also logical survey. Kidney Itrmetly sent free with the sample bottle. "In the bottom of Death Gulch." lie I you n fiord In taking Swamp-Itoo- t Thr great tllncovrry. Swuwip-I'oot- . says, "is a small stream of clear cold natural help to nature, for Swainji-Iloo- t so remarkably successful that water, sour with sulphuric acid, and Is the most perfect healer and readers are ndvlsrd to write for Mm-pi(lowing down a narrow steep t'l.Niimi gentle aid to the kidneys that U known bottle mid to IfMnrt tind msttion tfiit cut In beds of dark gra.v volcanic sttitT. to mclieal nirnee to jHtfHr when sendliiir their di!rc Ascending tins gulch, the side, closCo.. Hinghmnton. N. V. Dr. Kilmer, the eminent physician. Dr. Kilmer ver.v steep slopes ing together, become of white, decomposed rock. KATY IN LITERATURE. A WISH GRATIFIED. The only springs now flowing are (.mull ooes of water issuing from the (ilvherein Ihr "Clmi. A hnnli'li f tno base of these slope, or from the chan- The Miinu) YitiuiK Vlnii'n Mrc I'iiU (ulll" Imliilm- In it III tit the WIutow llliiil (11 thick, creamy, a nel bed. forming til I'omiilii lul. Itiilse tin- llotiKh." white deposit about the vents, and covering the stream lied. Thisdepoit conHe (the switch engm ev a vignrom "M son," stiid the old sentlenun who sists largely of sulphate of alumina ver ptoiierly objects to sUng, "I Iwvr pHh to the wrt ImmiiuI ear .is he wkr, and About ISO feet above the main Ih.oii tli ink ii( over snort of nrjnic. for ur uqutst this mom started iwek vwtli am inclined to think I may luve tlie car vvaan old fraud an .M. K. T. liox- inc. stream these oo.lng springs of acid been .milhltle h.ir.tu in m decision." water cease, but the chu meter of the 'Mail my drivers, hut it honielr Katy! "Thank j on, governor." the same. The odor of gulch reninins Why. Ivaiy. ain't there no geliuiJ! you "I believe in cleat!) iliidertniiliiiK a I reniiiiilM r There's J? rlwrr back to your friend sulphur now becomes stronger, though before columns it. Nci'a, a producing1 tin other effect than a slight the (onvt'it.ition, your call at the olhie nut lor .vou finui mr iimJ, if there's onr. holding oti now" w.is prompted by a detire to 'r.ne the Who irritation of the lungs. knew." whimpered hunilti "Widi doiiili.' " " r. that is to a " Kai. "I U'loiig l'arMitis. I'vrnuly lirrn "The gulch ends, or rather begins, I nk for no explanation. 1111111I. nut ten iiiontliK. but I'm iut sehiu' in scoop or basin about -- SO feet above I "Never icek I waul to be m Kansas where the all trtvUI do to Cache creek, and jut below thif was vvhiiiunot youth. iruiiue into athe do the bloom " them nl body of a Inrgc bear, wild lloncr among aiteptKiaiu. Tl.cy ue Katies an' "Yard's full o' llnincle found the fresh the . Wamlerin' Willies," the switch engine grizzly, with the remains of ti'cless, hut they arc cheering to a silver-tiI do not tin .fsl". "Dunno quite how our mcr to There are many tlutiK a companion In an aiUaneed stale of deritt.inil, them hcing jtolt, lawn lis it. Swap around. gucs; uiihow I'vn decoiiiositloii above him. Near by tenuis nml niiidtu tv to K Hut do not niMiuie done uiv iluty. She s on het football. via ('lucngo; lint I'll lay my next boiler-fu- l were the skeletons of four more bears to interfere with your iniiotnit diversion I nhe'll be held there to uit ton.ignee's with the bones of an elk a yard or two an more than fitd. undertake to keep track-onnd Kent baik to u Willi wlieat up If U19. current above, while In the bottom of the pock- expel imrni- - with the t.vou want to tow 40 iitiiviiiiviiir hating didi ami in the fall." From Itudyard Kipling' fresh remains of several to work with tin oven, I have no objection 007." et were the nqiilrrels. rock hnres and other amall to otTcr, nor will 1 let the mete matter of Inn. Arellr your vav I vv.ni animals, besides numerous dead but- cpciic stand mspoke to imp about roller For IS years we hail been imprisoned by busy when you riii.nx terflies and insects. the (IourIi this niormnz. I know that I the ue, and our situation vn lx coming i It was not likely that vvccoiild hold in the rilit "The body of the grizzly was care- spoke shortly ; hut my heart and indulgent IS yen 11 lunger I nm toogcneroui fully exnmined for bullet holes or place, amiyour slightest reipiest. Here, my out tins juncture a ship appeared. An ofIn to deny other marks of injury, but showed no boy, m two cents, tlo and buy yourcif a ficer iicmhatkeii nml lame to uh. "Who are vou'' lirail.ril .inxnunly. trace of violence, the only Indication cake of yeast." Washington Star, "We .ue the Smith patty," we 11 plied. being n few drops of blood under the A I' u ii) (,lfl. "You, iJonhtlcM, nre 0111 ichcf expedition.1 nose? It vvas evident that he had met "N11," said the olliiei, "the Jones party Among the presents lately nhovvcrcil upon death hut a short time before, ns his rural luiilc u one that wax the gilt of are your relief expedition. We are the rethe carcass vvns still perfectly fresh, an old hidy in the neighborhood, with lief expedition of the .lone putty. So long." .Merciful heaven! If wc weie not leseued whom both hndc mid groom weic prune though offensive enough at the time favorite, soon, vr should be too old to lecture'. Devisit. The rcmaliis of a of a Inter Some years ago the old Indv iiiuiiiiulatril troit Journal. benr just above mid alongside a supply of cardboard mottoes, vvlikli she Ills Nuccc uNfiil IIiTort. of tills were in nn advanced stage of worked and had framed ax occasion atone. by In cheerful "I saw you on a suburban train lust nigh decomposition, while the other skele- 1 cord of the roil and him, siiqicmM 011 came cnlotn, over the table and .vou seemed to lie gi cully :tmuel n tons were almost denuded of flesh, which the othet presents were grouped, something an old geiitlcuuu wa nnd much of the hung the motto ''Fight on, Fight ever." though the cJaws you" Detroit Free I'ies. "l)ul I really look as if I were ticklid?" holr remained. "Yc. The story you were luteiiiug to "It wub apparent that three animals, Not Quite Hendy. "All those who want intist have been something very futiiiy." "lly .love, I'm glad to lienr youav tlint. as well us the squirrels and Jnseetfl, to lead littler lives will stand up," cried the I1111I not met their death by violence, revivalist in commanding tone. 'I hey all Thu old gentleman W the father of the girl stood up excepting the stranger with the I love best oii'cnrth, and he was telling in but hud been asphyxiated by the I heard for the tirst time about diiii uhitkci who the gas given off in Hie gulch. "Don't you want to sat ain hotter front row. a yarn thai ago." Chicago Kveniug J.'vvs. years he man?" detested for carbonic manded the revivalist. "Well, it's like this, nine The hollows were Her (Inln. acid gas with lighted tsipers without parson," said the stranger. "I expert to ho The Hishop I hope, my dear madam, tlmt presence, but the strong a better man, of course, hut you sec I liuin't proving Its been to town before in ten year, an' I vv.11 the sc.uou of Lent jiiu past has been one smell of sulphur and a choking sensaof profit to you. ealkyiatin' to have n lectle fun fust." Mrs. Inchly It has, Indeed, bishop. tion of the lungs indicated the pre, Cleveland l'lain Dealer. am almost entirely ctiicd of dyspepiu. enec of noxIotiH gases, while the ttrong llrooklyn Life, " Ilirks "Isn't that your wife's tvlml prcvniling at the time, together Wicks ".She has none off and for. of thu ravine, with the open Jinture Time may lie money, hut it's hrd for a gotten it. It is mighty luikv, however, that nun to make his ct editor believe It. Obimust hnve caused n rapid dltruslou of j die ha only gone on t shopping tup." Uoitou Transcript, cigo Daily News. the vapora." N. V. ilcruld. tWUlt tVfUM4. " A Prompt Way to Cure Yourself When Symptoms Show Tint Your Kidneys Are Out Of Order. v' - Test the the Great s a Sent fur-fam- pol-o- ot psi .X 11 bowcl-cteanr- r g ot one-doll- M Itowel-clcnnc- r t. DIs-m- lfM-rihv- i t. or e t - - - .1 I -- - ee i I 111 home-nic- 11 1 I p (.nutria-piate- 1 I vv in-- si des-K.i.i- 11 n 11 1 pocket-book.'- I 1 I r S-- i "Wo. I n .: & iV vi 4i DUTY OF DEMOCRATS. C AGENT OF FAMINES'. m .. f..a. iirurrwru rrP'r ,....i r It..!... irnni Ihr I'amiiliriikrra of Willi THE WHOLE SYSTEM KIPLING AS A REPORTER. m" k tin t4 1 Mrri't. l Falae Prclrnalooa of thr Head oiiinirnilr of llir ltrinb-I- I en ii llo. Way I'url). ' ' The ndorcrn of tho "nth mice ngent" II is not Kino " wie Dun rranchco scout the suggestion that the Improveeditor who rcjecteu the Courting of ment In industrial and tmducouilltloui writer In l.eklic'n ' Dinah Shndd," )' which wo hmo been experiencing can Weekly, to rcejll that he bned hi. .. l iruBis. Cippori bo due to any tiling but the triumph of ftual on the ground that the utory wan lUrclioncoiinrirrrpcnimicrnuccii: tho republican party nml the. fleets of icarccly equal to the standard of merit c ho oppose trustn fire htmply 1'epubllcun policy under the nil but one Tlic-demanded by the :nngaine." Those In the wny of 'the onr of proj; (ttt.i tf and omnipotent .MuKInley. To were the dnjH hen KlplinK wnk a inisin nrc hip iiiiiiirai tiui- - MeKlnley mid tho party which is inirrd ktruggllng re porter. of our ndvnnci'd t,illlxntlon. spired by his superhuman spirit they In this connection there in recalled fhty Imcn the eostof production and ghu nil tho praiso for big crops mid the story of KipHtg'n third mid hist ml the mrcsMtH'S or life wltlilu teach high prices nml the busy factories and .,.,.. Ub t uoi . v Mlfi, I.,. 1.1.1.. to tt newk story. A big InII ll( Jill lllv tl .!.. HIUit 'rlintriiil.nriilili. loaded railroad traltm that follow after can surance fraud timl been unearthed and ) bljj tlilnci. The day of big i the tra of crops mid high priced. Hut them rvposed by the paper to which Kipling itra'l thlni ha jmstcd. The men who tin; iiomo things of which they have sarsa-parill- as wan aitueneii., iving wan assigned to w t.hliilnif became they nrc nbout to very little to say, because, w hile logicalHory" on the man get a "second-dat ut.wn out of bmloi'iishy the tnuti . . ly tliy lire ns much duo to .MeKlnley Al. ..1 In ll.n I.I..II.. i. ti.iutis, nno who uiuiiiv I iiiiiixu innKe more jnonry nml have nn t, nml the party ns Is our present boom, wnsnot yetnrrcfted Latein the after- - ' cr time Marking for these truiU they nro not ' altogether subjects of re, noon he wnlkcd Into tlvodice with facts i j iwr joicing. At leant wo have not advanced Mifllelent to jminy n HI. tn men drift Into thr enndltlnn of no fur in our imperial contempt for "inIhitsouieliow his own r J to oire mi'lt hciitliniMiH or to up- ferior peoples" us to regurd them u personality periited In ohtrudlngltsidf of tlicni'tliry are ripe for orf- ,r-Into the fact, and he presently drifted rheynlnndy limcpnioil the pre- - subjects of M'joieiug. was the recent Hon. Jnmrs Lew I. Surveyor Otneral ol One of these things I Into a scathing ""ire on the offender. S v lie of piiklll!Uilniniir1llt mid Louisiana. laiHWlLlVBll V " aCN. famine in India. My reason of the written In the iniimiable pen which has ''Kr ill) miRlna to ha lirHiidcd on drouth I nil In, so far fro'ii producing Drug M'f'g Co., ColumbtiH, 0.: since made hlni famous. .it ! the imnrralilp mark of tome i .r "(lentlemenl have used for a surplus of wheat for eport, bccmui! The city editor counted exactly 15 I l lo multe tlittin JUlMltlgtiI and it khort time mid can cheerfully recom- - libel n consumer of tho surplus fo(UliilT suits and about half a million dol ii i in! erf. of other countries. A natural result mend It as being nil you represent and Iur , damnfn that story, mid next fnnBlfBHBtarnri'lUnffliBBBP' f'.i' rlitn ntm'i' liy the lepulilleiwiH wns an nth Is sutTering with mice In the price of wheat. wish every man who rnorillnK MrfKip!lng was requested to ' rof trim Hie hriii'nly fuUe. It It cnlmr i could know of Its great value. lrlinhf(.r Mh opiratlons to another exthen wo must gio MeKlnley mid . nl'v iillili' to imnie n single sir party all the prainv for prosperity the Should I at any future time have occa- - S.ild the edltor.in i.i.i.n,,.. him irood-b- field ..." wr I t hat h fallen under Hum control nniJt "Von lilili" riu. Vrm it III logically ghe them the glory for slon to recommend a treatment of your I r i v of hleh hn nut Itt'eu "mnrkrd . .,..,,, , lnnv .... the famine in India mid Incidentally kind, rest nssured that yours will be the makc n frciin 25 to SW per cent. i for the bubonic plague. Another of )IIC. (iratefully yourn, Ihc to see if. Hut fate nevrr 1 .1 Killif of the I nuts ulll V furred InmeB Lewis. these things in the famine In Uussla. jou for the Sethutiifniof news," nrnrily to Hihaimr xingi'i, n jwrt it iii'ii-viinr limn i ii is, inert' insure i 'Ii' gi nrnil M'ht'irif torrttali out rout-- I In n cable dispatch Henry Nomina to be u vvustc of mucus. 'Cll.. t.lltftt.U Iu ' mis: "The ltnnnlaii famine is on u ns precious us blood. It is blood, in fnct. IN FAVOR OF THE CENTAUR CO. .lii)ii U ftlni'ikt liift itablf. When imI . li.ixr been etTi'i'ttinll.i scale which Europe is only just begin It is blood iprtitlon d with. the cor- - JuilBe Allans iiranlril nn Injunellou ' , , T.iipJrd, and ihe trim Uaw full eon-I- . nlnir to lenlle. Ml the proWuccsof tho ,...n.t-- inmnni, ... ni.f. ., una ....-.-. v. iw In Jllf Ca.ll.rll, Cn.r inldill" Volga district, thousands of of i lir liilntrit. the prrdlctlnn yon nnisi sinpiniscmiirru. .coiirreoi j in extent mid In the ecu-te- i 1 thtwill pay to sipinre miles twigr" it never fails to of the empire, nrc on the verge of treatment with In the Unltrf States Circuit Court Uirir iiirtn t U Hupri'iueh ahatird. do this. Tuesday nersoon Jmlg,. Adams liand-erhp t rim n n re n w n ready t o it pe ml Nluriatiou." He adds that in some Send for free catarrh book. Address drfvvn an eplnlon iu the localities the seed wiieat supplied by ii t Inurlily in cnnhin nut eoiupotl-- t Drug Manufacturing Co., Centaur Company, of New suit of the tnMBill Willi the gn eminent has been liked for food The l'c York City, 1 ii.iin be certain thnt nml that bv the udiuikNloii of thu Hits Columbus, Ohio. against Sajhul Y Kslinger. of St. Icr do not do thin with the diklreaud Nian Ited ( toss society 23 per emit, of " Loili. tllCiSilit belli!.' fornn tntn.if.tl,,,. Jk M i (iition of monopoly of the Surulenl .Neriln, to restrnlri!tle defendant from using destitute hmc no ptokpect of any "penetoiiH I .njj nne." of of nellliiff nlllehil nskistmicc nml mtist either bo Spntcke- t- )a ou have to be c xamincd by the plalntiffireniedy. "Castoria." i; rrlmndlH- to the poor at low price. a sarsa-paril- la riiysician before you join the Wlutlinen It wns ntatnl In cornplninunt'B bill supported by private charity or die. clnti Winn ihr trml Mutrm Ik iiuire fully that the Centiur Company, of which This state of things in Iliusln, which, Wheeler - Xoj afterward. Yonken tablikliMl and the eompnet iM'twecn ChorlcH Hjfrlftcher is president. Is the lifter the United States, is the chief .rtatemun. ii. r trnU hall lie In cooil working orsole manufacturer of "Cnstorin," and of eerenl supply for those When a fool admit he' a fool be la no der there urcd be no hope of high rnten Miuree alleged tht the defendant hnd been more or eoiiutriex which tf wnjft On the eontnir;'. It can bo lets ukjii nnportntioiik, depend natural- .ciigcr a fool. Atchiion Globe. Felling inenYieiac In packages closely rewouhl have I r die i id nllli uv fair decree of certainty sembling lie of the New York firm. ly uceoiint for the miilntenaucu of thnt the rate of wage generally paid A prellmijtarr injimetion was prayed THE MARKETS. will iry nearly represeiu thcery low prices In faco of the increased pioduct for to resfrau the defendants from in of this country. It would uaturally acni amount, eieuilfleully mcertnlncd, count for the fact thnt. our exjiortn ot i.l Ciscismati. April . . any way Jrsing upon the complaina u) & i to i on which a man eon keep olhc and 4 40 Srlrcl liutchrr breadxtiilTs continue to be so extraor tt 7 CO ant's busl Sen The bill averred that Hip wurk from 13 lo !.'. hours n day, u damages ptKalnctl were laree. but dinary. It follows If MeKlnley CI.VK Tali .....I pim.1 light.. cm U 3 15 v...... 3 3 U. WMli MiKinle' protecthe tariff mid bin party are tothat credited with Him:?, could not fceritlmnted. Theplcnofthe 1m; MUrJ luirkpr U 3 St iliutiitig out fori ign competition, nml our ..'. s; I.ICt.l U.3V1 ueienunnt iva tnat ne had n right to do prosperity they must also be held SllhKI' I lllIIIKTi i to bolie the fruit euttlng oil domct!o eompe-- t an he had ane. h 10 felOtO lion the question In not whrthcrthe responsible for the fnmliie In Ilussia. Inter fmnilr III ft : r.r Kvidenc lithe case was taken by afIt (t, people will Imtr toiirayforinrrc.v The viewswill occur to people who take sober UltAIN WtirutNuSreU. new ri'i fidavits. Na Jrot.. of siieh things that a political ue Adams, without leav"i S nly opi-- ciuctloi Ik: What enu the t 3 't Jm ing the b( ill delivered nn opinion In . pniM In the I nlted States cannot rely . id I people do at .0 ihemtelve? Iltr-n which he founced imitators of Impliiitly iijmmi famines In Ci t lands T The repuUlienn party promlncd the to produce pronpeiity for otherhonor, .l.,.--1 'ruii'loflioieo &l 7 mvoULes. He said the practice Its J'KOVjsjoS' Me.s,HirU.. .. Ul'2dor,)' mid pioflt Junt nt the times when HU1TllCbMi..llVy. spccMf ?. b ft was n the It robbery and he would ..".'. It ktNiiiU In Upretnl nceil nt these things grant Ion sought. Tnc SitsipuilU which made StrsipiriUi famous taking a good look nt lime "big thing" ...V.'V?.r ' eHle rronpry .. it. Si AI'rM S Oiolro in The medlv CAMorla" wns nt firat ft t w the iatieft are the people will turn to for elcetloiivering purjwiMHi. Normal roTA10..rer lf fanv ! . J protected!) nt nnd later by label the ilrmrVt.itlp parl arid atk forborne einditionn nn pretty sure to be restored In ltnssli mil linlin ami to con- 'LOt'K-- U niter luutii ' :w ft 3rd and trade i, A The plaintiff cln'med o'd oi mI "J iTcrioni.in klmpbeity " 2 roil.... 7.' thnt othcr ions similar to the one AHOOT luiitir- - of deini er.icy grt logrihrr tinue for n eoiiklderablo nunil.er of w vam. Indeed, it is more than powiblr i un.N tt,,JcucMrntr.. ... ci Vi, II', handed dow esterdny have been o r.iul rn'ri nt the iialioti from tin' V- lpWlNCIIESTEK IMPED' that the Siberian tt S7lt cured In the 'eCcrnl courts, cases being will open up I'nllK - .Nil S of Wall Ktrri t.Chleago t P 16 new- and furiilo regions of great IlKXKT Ciurwlc Kliltll. Innunierablela Chicago. Indianapolis. I.AIIII Mr. fjUN CJHELU etcn.. k & t 5 57 1, PRICE 10 CENTS, P03TPAID. cajKihle of priHluflugii large kiirptun of iDistrict of (iHimliln. Texas and Xcw N'KW VOItIC I Fclcntlflc OtUrlal isittmi sniall grains and of making lluckiu n WIIK.AT-N- .v Hi a iw Jersey, In ni jiwhlch the courts grant TRUSTS AND THE G. 0. P. tiaiilnit, at m Atcracti Sred I Mm Cs .Nat jnal mor form'ilnhlr competitor than ever loitN -- Na : mixed ....;. .;.... W ttelillnir. J. ed Injunction W KB pltcblnu kiid minor n The nttorrw. In this suit were i...J. ;. nnd bate luituc ft OIK MiTB flrstn- - In the grain market of the world. Iim llrpiilillfuti llruiiiia ruDiilnii; S3' and nnd lllr, of St. Louis, nnd V 11. Ihcn If wejiaxe nothing more than a vnitr Jv,rU,i etillrne nlim lo TnLr n Crmul lu" iu Usui bvAllthe GwMWONSftms.t ftlOSS I.AHi- - Wrotern noil tbo clut, ITT 8i Scott, of Clci fro, for the complainMl restoration of norma! conditions there b . Tiimtilr. W plcturftof iu;er' i.Al.'ll.v.Oltii tote. Jiro Nms ma Postal quo. ants nnd Mill el Klneally for the will Ik an end or famine prices for s n.ori: rnmiij etc llitrt fOR IS2 M6 IIW5TRKID QTALOCUt. The HyraciKC fendmit. Tin relimiunry injunction Is , CHAIN- - Whtuu No SreU ...'." SJ0 ft Ifo and n rnlnpse to U nn like 1 uullprn '," understood 'o other repiibllean jmper that Iiiik taken the irlccs width prevailed In the years the point of law U ,7 Corn Mtxiil... ,,..,." Winchester Repeatingbms 3NC 3 H involved, In" ic question of damages nlitrm nt the raphl growth of the tru'M of world-widuntk-plenty not long ngo. "."', :vhlte B.J f.r l.tll.,.. .f Iu. Ballis41lkl.tlrCOT4k ca Sit, will be adjui! d SfflmcM3KAtT, AfwfUrlM, llje No. 5weti-rrA. C. SPALDING & BROS. avktPHi. thnt k.tfclcm which other Then it will not be so easy for the re- rAni.K-ii- ri when the case has Its New k& IO ijiiaiitr Denver Chicago York :a ft 4 10 final hearlnr papcm hae frankly charged publican party to make people !elicve ). Wt..rn. 4 10 lu bundle ft .0 The bot tluc t the orlglnnl "Castoria" ' fiHIl niPU " Weak. Dollcate. or Slrkly. um LADY AGENTS ouVcdVu'tp to thr republican proteethc tarllT iDd In the prospcrlty-prodiicipIOIII magic CHAIN Wiie.ii-.Na V.AI'U1.1S. liouir, 8.ilri S.mlr Ct , '. uniLUnCn Clilldtrn Tonic Adrtn-- llirU irinuncratllc work at40 a. no Tin roktSlundanl declare thnt either of the torllTorof a policy of maniifacturtJ iy the Centaur Company MrUlclorCtf.. 1. O. Ilai 1S1. Ilrrlln, Wl. S mixed Bainlllw Bt , OlaciaaaU, 0, ...", , CuntNo. ft 33if bear Ouu .u . nilinl thin milijeet of the truiln Invite attendominion. Indeed, It is not u '.V Ident,the facia ile signature of the nres- - ,U,YrW.VrYiV.Y.VW.VV. i la lVll..ti Chnrlti I. Fletcher, on the label. tion, and It wniilii to know what the thnt a revulsion and n fnll- - I I.oui: intrrputeni C while the bolt s sold by the defendant lepubllenu party going to do nbont liaik Into the dumps will dlnclosc to rrfdi;" jrj ft 400 "j ij DIRT MAY BE HANDFUL II "" "eil. That the g o. p. will lo komelhlng the perceptions of even tho dullest elli-re- n ft 3.) company brn on the label the word Oiti-MO Xu "Pitcher's llal y Castoria." It is said SHAME.'1 nlniiit it that paper In confident The -u A HOUSEFUL :...:::: the falsity of the preteuie that the UlOU) aiu that criminal proceedings will follow, fact that koine of th eninbinenelaliulo republican party runs tho greatest CLEAN HOUSE WITH nnd that sevrril arrests may be made. lime red need jiricen doen not uflect tliu prosperity hJiow on enrth and thnt Mesituation, an the keen It. Klnley Is either Its advance agent or ltn EALTH and beauty are the glories perfect woman- That paper inyn: llnrnmn. Chicago Chronicle. noou. "It I not rnouch that a trunt nhnll not tin t comlrtfil of rahlnj; Hif iirltcn of iih POINTS AND OPINION. Women who suffer constantly with lvcnknei;niptii;nr Dot II not Onwn on the mnnl caiinl . . . . . . . .!. sex cannot retain their beauty i Preservation of nutlftiln mln'1 an unnritanizril mcir that It Is p historical fact thatinostof puhlir U Jul now poorly JVW,,,,V.,.M.V.,W.,U.M,IM..,r pretty features and rounded form is lnti the frightful nflune of comhl-ta- t the lioastrd accomplishment', of the n duty women owe to themselves. I000 of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY lotii of ruplinl In our Irxlstaturrn nnt present administration hnve IwhirvT It In not nillrtly n mnttrrof subjects of ofllelnl Inquiry. been the The mark of excessive monthly Omaha !' price of ptiRiir or l;frnene. nml is a familiar one in the faces of tlj.it Hie jwrty of I.lneo'n Hlid Orant. World Herald. whii h can never alford iiih trim than ftar-!f- . young American women. It Is hinted that Mr. Hnnna In In eomlnir In rcalUc lhnfaet. Don't wait, young women, until Permanently cum all ltctilnx. IlurnliiK. Healer, "The mulllpIylriK trut are n prrmnt looking for some one to go on the your good looks arc gone past recall. mrnneo if not a fcr( Ions at Healp Scald Ueart. Chilblains. aa Mall llueuiu. Et rtrave .Jaiicrr lo ticket with rrcMdcnt MeKlnley In 10(H). "A tape worm elglitrcu my taking two ittca. and Skin Dlkeaaca. aucli l'lks, Hums. Hubr nftpr Humors. Dandruff, Itculntr Hcalti. Kalllnc Hair lUBlritii. nnd ion lo Kovernmcnt In thH Scnleil proposals should be invited. least camo on tb errntt Consult Mrs. Pinkham nt the t. CASCAHETS. Thin I nm Ruro has caused mr llhlckenlns ami making It tfott. Sllkr.antl Luiurl- . ll'rrateniilrtKniycr. Hitn othrr pnnl ilntir.i'rn Haft. Hear, bail health for tho nasi three scars. I am Hill antl. All tnro i;ruiitloil (nroduclnu a contnliik na Write to her at Lvnn. Mnss. Dial have Ihreatoneil equally, the reliance Cincinnati Kmpiirer. lleautlfnl Wkln and Complexion) It tailing Cavrarrls the only cathartic worthy of Iad.Hulpbur. Cantbarldea or -- The republicans of ih ppopl In in tl:i repuhllcan party. anrtlilnit Inlurloua. Miss Uuna Ellis, Higginsport, Ohio, wntes: "Dear Mks. tire enjoying the cotlce by eonslblo people " fjidr eanviiKwr mak 111 An caaT. vreat aeller i i.e oiu p.iriy nan neneil tliern heforr: It spectacle of squabblm among the dem- Geo W Uowles, Halrtl, Man In M.i n day, DrtitglsU r mall Allc. Canlllarl Pinkham I am n school teacher and had sintered untold ngony not Hid ly to fall them now." .Manufarturlnf Co. N Y Addroit T. II I.I. ccrats. Hut thev will that UiIk .1. lA.Mal'IKI.U, ,gt., 41I.K.N HilHiF., during my menstrual periods for ten years. .My nervous sysIt is (ip)Hireiit. on the udmlnnioii of means a lire CANDY party with something lo ne-- e De- BLOOD PILLS Aro jou tem was almost a wreck. I suffered with pain in my side nnd hading lepubllenu impern, that "the implMi. Thedend never light. HAKE Hell BLOOD bllllnled' Add HtQKl old party has heru-- thein" with triistK, Miuici.seCo, l'.O. Uox 1S1, llerlln, Wla. had almost every ill human flesh is Times. i.nd n hit of them, nml it muy fairly b heir to. I had taken treatment from a With wars, rumors of wars and loiililed that it will incut? ngaliibt tluihc Algc'rism number of physicians who gave me turning their hair gray. I'rcv rxAoe makh mtaiCTinto oinbintitloiiK of capital. It Iimh ld ut MeKlnley appear. to be still huntno relief. In fnct ono maile a prcteiike of nttacklng ing trouble lie has iiuuoiineed to hla eminent specialist said ie:n. in congrcim and in the Mate cabinet Hint, he will soon Tlie Level hsue a civil no medicine could help legislatures it hut pun.ed I'otvnt. Tatte flood I0 naant service order placing C.T.O') ofllces nt the or Orlne lOe. ibcWc I must submit to Oood, .NcTerMckcn, Weaken me, lawn that are found to be iiiiRcrice TO ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... "hie; lawn with which aiding them. disposal of republican spoilsmen. Philan operation. At my adelphia Times. tl.lllal ll,iHl; fll !, M.ntrfll. N- l- ltl. 51J Mutes' attorney!! have laughed out of mother's request, I The president Is quoted ns saycnnrntiieed br un Tf IP Hold andI'imr.TotiUcco nil drug. eourt. IVrhnpu that party hi worthy wrote to Mrs. Pink NU'lU'BAv cl.nto llttlt. ol "the tellnncu of tho people," and It ing that the newspnper criticisms of ham stating my DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. Seentnry Alger applied to him as much ' not unlikely that it will ask them to case in every parrely on It. It ought not to r.urprJsc us they did to the secretary. This If WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. ticular and reIIKAI1KKS OK THIS I'.M'KIl nnylmdy If the g. o. p. suddenly coiuch true as gospel. Tor haven't we Mnrlc DKSIUIMl 'YO UUV ANVTHINO Ilannn'fi word for it Hint Alger made nn ceived a prompt forth in the character of defender of DINING CARS. AllVKUTISKll IN ITS COLUMNS reply. Hollowed "iu people URtiliiht the trustn; but, till move without first consulting the presSIIOUJ.I! INSIST iri"ON IIAVI.NQ W1IATTUBV ASK KOH. ItGI'l'SINO the Hume the trusts will foot Its cam- ident? WhecIIni: Heirister. the advice given at. M. INHAI.LK, K. O. HeCOKMH'K. Mr. MeKlnley ALL fcUUiTITllTa Oil IMITATION!). Is discovering paign hills. Illnghamtoii (.. Y.) Lendme and now I PnaldenL Pass. Trafno Mgr. that he now feels thnt it is best for er. WARIIKN J. LY.H'II, suffer no more Cuba and best for the United Sinter AsL Qenl. Pass. & Ticket Agt, during menses. If It be true thnt the Sherman that the island should become n parhr.f MONTHLY THEOVERLANDUrn Hurtr ATX. If anyone cares Our Femalrll.iriili.tni.. fnr i II l.. nntl. trust 'aw Is not nilliclcnt to meet this luilJon. A great inanv of us dis.tablllml 1X4. br URE. IrpKularltlea nnd i of Wninun OonUIn.t ry munih thrreurfuurvompietrstorlra, PDTlUya-elto know moro the ends sought, then It should be covered that the president rclt that .vny Medicine Co.,llerlln, Wla. rvrral ilr.i rli'tlvo arllrlra. half a doiru orlirlnal , and tnly papia of buok current in nuicnded. There Is no hope o! amendabout my case, I n long time ngo. but ns he appenrs to be oplea and Intrirtlliiir 'blthat. AZiXi profuicl ing It. however, under republican con- hnving a good time In the thought thnt llluitrattd. l'rlrvonlr ldirnta.orll a jnr, podpalJ. will cheerfully answer all TDU only rrprr.rniaiivr inirailn of i Kiiiornta antl CURS WHIRt AIL llSTFAUST il, llr.t ',.!. MITHM'KIIIK IIU'. SIM trol of coiigrcis. Mr. McKInley's law the little game being worked by the letters." Uuntcomrry Itlrrrt, KAN UlANtlSCO, CALUOHMIA, l UouKh Byrup. Taatea Good. olllccr has demoiiitrn(cd iu his Inme MissKATpPnnvr. ifi Arl- llnnnacrnts was not plain to the peou lima. Bold by drucwlata. Wt . . .. vww., . ... . for his department's Indifference ple very little wns said about It. The DI5COVCKV; aison bt., Mt. Jackson, Ind writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham DCVNEW rellrf andeurra plves JWX-Jqultk wurat 9I toward tits growing menace to Amcr-lea- only ones dccelnjfcl are the Cubans, who I am by occupation a school teacher, and for a loag while suflater. Houk ot Wellruitfil.l" and lO ilitya' IrcHl. A. N. aaeat Free. III. II. u. bHtkN'k 3b,Ua l, lUaait, ka. industry mid freedom thr neces- accepted the profer.sions of the schem-B 1768 fered with painful menstruntion and nervousness. I have resity of democratic control of national ers nt Washington, Omaha ceived mare benefit from Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Comhritular llawela in Ktunilal WHEN WK1TINO TO AUVEKT1IKKI affairs. Hum ton Post. pleoae atato (aitt you MW the AuvcrllM I.ONSTIPATIOIt tolleallb. Add II niklA MED pound than from all remedies that I have ever tried." luiMsCo.iiui lai.bttiiu.wi. astat lu Ibla paper. UHED. I I liecotiilnff evident Day 'y at the rnnk nml file of the rcpiibllonn rtv are nrcpnretl, coinpliicpiitly and Liiilly. to follow tlidr leader in the dny ,l Become Invaded bv Catarrh . . , General Lewis vdsc. J -- nrk,d "Vou Oily VAiior, "llu- la "" ?""" ... I,e( lllm i;0. ...Inl.tr. The Pioneer Medicine Ir" T- - '' is Ayers Sarsaparitta Before sarsaparillas were known, fifty years ago, it began nlent I ' 'M- $ rtlh sgm ) WmnKL n u fifigwJ . its work. Since then you count the - 'If ) -- - by thousands with every the v variation of imita 1 I -- tion of the original, -- I I .. .. v cept one. 1. i.i..i They have I never been )l,iiiia--bloo- able to 1 - l'l-ni- -nn c itate the quality of Ayefs on 1 d ii-iin 1 &$$ fe the pioneer. When you iijilna see J - u CO bottle of that is enough; vou can confidence at once. If you want an experiment, buy anybody's Sarsaparilla; if you want cure, you must buy 3- -. I.AMII-iirl- oe . . loie lorn--Nt- Oau.-No- Nu well-know- - . . -- i Auers qW T i 'k I ril fu-- l. UltAI.N--Vhint--N- o X e- pawn-hrnkirUrm-wra- n - Sh-ai- ... Spalding's Official Base Ball Guide ll III U AaJaH laaVaBB inor ,?;P.U-Wi- nter ,rr Sed-do- . . food-tituil- ifs.-- lot-Standn- nl Mim-thi- ng l(k e Nu All n unbL New Playing Rules I 6BV . COMH s I (fit T -- iol-ie.- g -- tin-iwrl- I . vv I CHAIN-W'lieai-- linl '- UAKU-atc- I I "A OF OF I'ont-.Standar- d prcxl-ih-u- H I OADaTfcl l .Ml 41A I IB'. fl 11 n ibbI iroli-ctc- i suf-eri- np wnl.f-Hiv- p prf-ien- t out-star- MARKS OF SUFFERING TAPE WORMS ':! 15 ! .. I Iltm-lkiw- Wnhli-ingtn- n I "BIG FOUR" Sea iinli-tru- I'nlnt.-itiln- . Route" lorn idk !!, NEW YORK. ttWk P!lV, f V w r"l. s -- I IliKvn-itx- u n r DO t J IC.- World-Heral- ftra: I 1 I Via' 7 . jeyam"HH bm - ' 1 T THE HICKMAN COURIER. LOCAL NEWS. Willium UhildoM. one of Obion County1 highly respected citlieus, died at his home, neiir Antiuch, Saturday. Mr. Allen Alexander, of Jordan, vna in Hickninn, Wednesday on Ho reports Jordan quiet and bust-m-8pros-pcron- The Ruin from pganslon, It Is wonderful, Wonderful, bow many people In tbe ordinary walka of life, are controlled on great issues by party bias! Because of this people, whose ihnle education has been on contrary Hues are SENATOMAL CONVENTION CALL. Ueorgo Warren. HICKMAN, KY.. FRIDAY, kou APRIL 14, 1899. a. proposition, received the $400 and sigued the proxy. lie then went into the assembled convention, niude a speech, laying the $400 down ou the speakers desk, saying that it was given to him by Mr. Charles E. Sotntners, detail ing the circumstances connected with the bribery. Mr. Whalen, the uotorious Louisville politician is obarged with beinjz the ' boss'' behind Somraera, and that the L. & N. railroad is furnishing the money, There are meu cited as witnesses to this attempt to bribe Graves, whose testimony will have great weight with the people of Kentucky. It ia also charged that a delegate from Henry county was offered $250 and the delegate from Bullitt uouuty, f 1,000. These charges are being Oharlio Somen lit" beon indicted for offering the $400 to one Graven. P. WAT. HARDIN. So here ia one newspaper man that beSubject to the action of the Democratic longs to tho 400. State Convention. If you will rend tho advertisements in tho Courirk every week yon will nave many times the price of the subSENSATIONAL "KENTUCKY script ion In your purchases. Mr. J. G. Hall, from above Cayce. CONVENTION. this county, and ouoof onr best farmTuesday, shopers, Bribery Exposure and General ping,was in Hickman, nud other business. B. D. Howell, of tho Cmtchfield Corruption. neighborhood, and ouo of the bent citiof tho conuty, wan in Hickman The Democratic) Convention zens Tuesday on busiuess, and will come to assembled last week, in Frank-fort- , see us in May. Sheriff Donthitt. of Graves county, (o nominate a candidate for ramp Hickman. and arrest Commissioner, develop- cd BilltoHoward nndSiiiuinv.Alice Morris, Railroad Mary ed the most sensational scene as uuder the charge of bigamy, and car-rie- d prethem to Mayfield, to bribery and corruption ever ex- viously resided. They where they r arc posed in a Kentucky Convention. ami stster no blood kin. A Mr. Graves, who was casting R J. Hranham, of the firm of 0. D. & Co., the 6 votes of Taylor County for Smithnrrested grain dealers, Nashvillo, Monday, charged with was McChord, was approached as to misaupropriatiug fnnd of tho firm. Tho American Republic It self rests. peoThe question the A leaving and giving bis proxy to a warrant charged that he had collected ple are now consider! lurican with if and $2,745, and converted it to hU own use. Mr. Beu Smith, so that the voles He was released on bond. which they are aboitto deal is oootd be cast by hitn for Alex A negro named Will Young was not a question of a riiy or of a ander, the opponent of McChord. arrested Friday night by policeman, La- - jenr or of an adtiiinla rttion or of or steala century. It is to affect anil larg-l- y under Koben.011, on tne Mr. Graves, by agreement and un- ing goops from tho store ciiurgo of Win. Cohu the whuic future of derstanding with several of Mc He was tried before Judge Sellars and thedotenniue We can iewver from country. bound over to bircuit court, and carried Gord:a friends, encouraged the to Hickman Jail. Fulton Guard. a mistake in regard t other matstep-brothe- uovbknor: At a mooting of the First Senatorial Domoeratio District Committee, held at Fulton, Ky. on April 6. 18W, a majority of said commit too lwlug present : Ordered, that a district convention be held in the city of Fulton on Tuesday, May 28. 18119, at 2 o'clock p. m., to a Democratic candidate for Statu Senator for said district to lo voted for throwlng.uy their bits In favor of at tho November election, 180U. That Democratic voter of each expansion. Some furor it be- precinct the said in district shall moot at cause MoKiuley favors it, and ot- their respective voting places on Satnr-daMay 20, 1800, nt 2 o'clock p.m., hers favor it because it opposes standard time, to select delegates to repBryan's position, pis may be resent thorn at said district convention, denied, but it is a fact. Senator uiu iHwm 01 representation to ho one vote for every one Hoar, one of tbe oldeit nnd ablest fraction over fifty votes hundred and cast for tho Republicans In the U. S. Senate, Democratic electors for President in 1800; Provided, that each precinct shall Is not one of the acmber. He bo entitled to at least ouo voto in said cuuvenuon. says: Tho local present, "The blood of the iteughterod shall call thecommitteeman, if to precinct meeting order, Filipinos, the blooU(nrf wasted or in his absence tho Democrats present health and life of onr own sol- may organizo and hold said meeting. All who votvd for Bryan for Prod-dendiers is upon the heads of those and nil others who wish to bo who have undertake to buy in Identified in with the market a people, er treat them ic party, nnd future to supportDemocratagree the as a lawful prize and feooty of war, of this convention, shall bo entito impose a government upon tled to participate in these precinct contbem without their content, and to ventions. S. W. LtTKx, Chm'n Fnlton Co. trample under foot not only tbe S. D. QKirncY, Chm'n Hickman Co. people ot tbe Phillpiiie islands, Please publish and oblige. but the principles upSn which tbe S. noni-inat- o y, del-egat- Puuin' On "I Style In lfr5STJITOwVSM iMT"fJBjBlTi Tl VfT I HTM 11 W VsMbVBJbHbs won't do withont yoa have o the correct thing tbe way ftT of a turnout. IF YOU WANT t, AN ELEGANT BUGGY Pnnninii np Rnrrnv fvill nn na Oiim lmi ittl li,itu mil service. Our 1899 model SUltUEY at 190.00, 'is equal to 1 nunc sum lur iiu.uu. Good single strap Harness, 10 noni-Itie- o D. GRIfTKY Anglo American allienoe gainst bribery and corruption would be better than any union for military purposes. AN snd up. Now Hack-bands slock of Plow Gear, Collars, lluincs, Trucechainw, High wheel combined chcck-ltowers and Drills. Charley Clark, a well known Raildaughroad conductor, who married ter of tho late Mr. Tom Wallace, of Hickuiau. was shot in Memphis last week, and seriously wonuned. The shot wns accidental, that is, not intended for Mr. Clark. It is bolieved he will 11 recover. The sinking of the John K. Speed last Sunday, nt Louisville, makes tho fifth boat sunk in five rivers in tho last thirtv days. Tho P. D. Stnggs sunk in the Tennessee, the H. W. Bnttorff in tho Cumberland, the Rowena Leo in the Mississippi, the Jno. E. Speed in tho Ohio, una a ferry boat in tho Wabash, and yet there were only three lives lost. The Courier bns never heard louder or more continuous talk about "bad roads." In every direction pieces of roads are declared impassable, and all want something done. But what aro they going to do about it? For years the samo conditions, probably not so bad, hnvo existed, and tho result has been no improvement. The Courier would welcome anything that promises better roads. investigated i , igftV-- v, the Grand Jury. Tne general puouc can never kuow the real truth as to such charges, because they are, even when guilt exist?, managed with such adroitness, as to preby vent positive proof. Tbo L. & N. Railroad is charged with being the corrupting power, and that company has long been charged with exercising such influences. In fact, there are many of the older school of publio men in Kentucky who have had experiences that tends to confirm such charg es. There are also many people who are disposed to wager apparently unjust warfare on railroads and other corporations, and it is largely such exposures as the above that Incites and justifies euob opposition upon the part of such people. t. An exchange says that tbe Colorado Legislature has just passed a joint resolution recommending other States to adopt equal suffrage, and certifying its beneficial results. Remonstrants please note tbe fact. Many leading American statesmen want tbe United States to trade the Philippine Islands to Great Britain for the British West Indies. This would be better ; but more in the Hue of liberty and freedom for both to give tbe people quit claim deeds. Tennessee has made "craps" a penitentiary offense; some time ago tbe sale of cigarettes was made illegal. In the meantime crapshooters ooutinue to ''pass" and the boys continue to blow smoke through their nose. Unhappy must be tbe lot of a Tennessee legislator. The Tennessee Legislature is k Wednesday, March 1st, P. A. twenty-eigh- t years old, took passage at New Orleans, on tho State of Kansas; his destination being Cairo. Uo was last seen at 3 a. m., March 10th. one hour before the boat reached that point. His baggage never having been claimed, the supposition is that' be fell overboaru ana was drowned. He is do scribed as being five feet, eleven inches in height, weighing 160 pounds ; dark complexion; brown eyes and hair; small dark mustache. Now Madrid, Missourian. On Wednesday of last week, Mr. Ed Marshall was shot and severely wounded by Mr. James Bragg, near Moscow, in a personal dlnloulty. There seems to have been bad blood between tho parties, and when they met afterwards Bragg drew his pistol and began shooting at Marshall. Tho first shot struck a button on Marshall's coat, glancing off, and the other hitting his in tho head. Marshall had no gnn Bragg mado his escapo, and though tho Sheriff and posse have been hunting him, np to the latest advices ho had not been arrested. Bragg killed a negro some year or two since, near Moscow, and is regarded as a dangerous man. Young Marshall lives near Woodland Mills, and is regarded as an excellent young man. Far-rand, Thk Nashville Daughters of the Confederacy have declined the offer of governmental aid in tbe oare of the confederate ceme ters which have interfiled or di- teries. It was a foregone concluvided the people, homier Impor- sion that the noble women of the tant or serious. Tariff and cur- south would refuse to surrender rency and revenue laa,even for- the sacred .care of keeping the eign wars, ail these! m Thomas craves of onr heroes green. Jefferson said, "are bilivs which will pass under the agif." But if NlifB Republican candidates for the republic is to vJoAti the law Governor have so far been menof its being, if It Is to tii convert- tioned Attorney General W. 8. ed into an empire, tt only the Taylor, State Inspector Lester, gtis to be Auditor 8. II. Stone, Judge direction of the voyi V. changed, bat the cb irianri the lace Jones. Justice W. away. H. Holt, Congressman compass are to be tl rem Walter We have not as yet t kta tbe ir- Evans. Hon. John W. Yerkes, revocable step. Befc t't is takFrank Piuley and en let tbe voice of the vtole peo Dr. G. W. Hunter. pie be beard." The Supreme Coirt of tho United States baa atlat Bellied : the vexed bank tax tuition In &S Attorney-at-Law- . this State. Tbe Coif t decides Offloo upstairs, Holcombo Buildthat Ihe Hewitt la jm not a ing. binding contract and told be re- HICZUAN, ESNIUCEY. pealed by the Legis p, anu that, as it was repealer (1 State Will practice in nil Courts of the State. il lax- banks were amenable 11 ex-Chi- Malta Double Shovels Repairs. Binders and Mowcra. Mccormick OLIVER CHILLED Vulcan Plows. Sanders & Reeves. IIKKMAN WAGON CO., r MAHUrAt-nmr.- il thk cklmibatrb- - I H. F. REHLEY, - SflSjBHSflHBP BSBBW fl Jf ation. Tbe decision I rard to DR. W. M. BRIGHT, National banks was di tW"t. tbe court holding that a fran Jse tax coma not oe levied upou jem as .2 it was in violatiou of tbe federal Oillco over WiLxin'a Book Store, statutes creating them ai I that ilolcombti Building, they could only he taxed Ml their shares of stock. This d cision HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. will exempt National bank si from local taxation until the Lej stature amends the law so as to ft:c tbem on the shares of stock init lad of Blacksmith and Undertaker on tbe present franchise plai i. The National banks that have e otnnro- mfsed with tbe towns and icoun-HoHICKMAN, KENTNOKY. ties are out their money. "ItVE.NiK A TRIAL when you want tbe decision will effect tbernMn re T Ulfkiiiullhiog ilona, or repair in gard to what they have paid to WagoDf, Ac. llorMihoing a iptclaliy a full lint of tne mate is not Known. I alio PHYSICIAN. . KERR ft HANDLE, A. F OLIVER. w SENSIBLE UIKL. kp Undertaker' Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c 8 Goods 4 Hickman Roller Mills' announce to the TUEG0VERX0KS! farmers that thoy specially solicit their trado, and will do everything to merit We would like to know how tbe their patronage Givo us a chance to candidates for Qovernor stand on Hoisn & Eversol. provo this. Tho blessed old Hickman Courier now comes out as an 8 page instead of a four page paper, but it is the samo old paper, and will be so long as Georgo Warren lives. Ho is tne best informed newspaper man in tho First District. Bardwell Star. It is a pleasure to note the increasing prosperity of our valued exchange, tho Hickman Courier, ouo of tho most stalwart Democratic organs of tho Gibraltar District. Indeed, wo have for many years almost said onr prayers by the Democracy of Capt. Geo. Warren's Courier. From tho folio make-uit hoH been changed to an quar to, and is to be printed from a power press. Tho editorial worth of tho Courier having been good und pure, tho now, fast press can only work an improvement on the mechanical effect of that paper, which for forty years has enjoyed a deserved prosperous career. Cadiz Record. p promptly broke tbe engagement. Hoen & Eversol, having bought tho CUNTO.TI TRADE, Miss Ann Russell, of St. Louis, Common, Roitwood, and Solid Mark whs betrothed to a Hungarian Walrjnl Caita, wlilcb count. She learned that be was filled upCoffioa andnotice, and at can b in almrt raion investigating tbe value or ber es- able pricea. Qire ma a call. tate through commercial agencies Shop near the Jail. and hired detectives, and she jFINE WATCH 9" Genuine B. T. TTI.KB, AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Beth Tnoiuaa Alarm Oloeka for $1.00. Doors Eaat of Laclede Hotel, HICKMAN, KY. C. A. ROLCOIBE, T. Cash Book Store. of HICRMA1T Tt'U HICKMAN, KENTUOKT. Splendid Selection willing to let us know whether he Is for good or bad roads. We have no disposition to be too pen- NEW BOOKS, etrating in our Inquiries, but we like something that cannot be STATIONERY, called "glitteriug generalities." Marion Trees. TO A the road question. there is some one of Doubtless, 8 S W. C. JOHSR05, ,u. r A1TZ, the Dumber Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 lURPLVH AND UNDIVIDED PROFIT lD.OSB. Sollclta your bualneas. We offer the moat Liberal Acoommodtitlons to our Onatomera Gonalatent with Eatabliafaed Banking Principles. &e, B. T. TYLER, 0. A. HOLOOMBE, J. NAYLOR, W. n. BALTZER J. W. OOWGILL, W. L. MoOUTOHEN. M. B. 8HAW. MYrlllENI), ELLA nt. SCOTT AMI) MADE, OF FDLTOS. .1 .11 NOTIONS, DDHBOTOK, .i.i TothddMllntfofyour.whohM tinliT. At r Ptlk . Call and see our Stock. Every onuui ,tT : And lilie,erjfthlug00il fonlnr thing up to date. Ubf girl. wrestling with the school-booquestion. Tennessee, Kentucky and a few other states should pool their issueB for a general onslaught against the book trust. These states have had experience that teach them that in "anion there is strength." KELtABLE information has it that fi,000 miles of new railway will be constructed in tbe United States during tbe present year, and that tbe new lines will consist mainly of extensions of existing roadB and tbe boilding of side routes or feeders for tbe stems now in operation. There will be little paralleling of tbe present lines. An extension of ceived $120, 000 in fees on arti- The State of New Jersey re- r,or"'r "ntarultli.d by .arrow and ilr. Jlny Ood MDd rrttj Uttilng we r,r To lighten ao1 Lie,, the dear beaj'a w,r, I know Tort will t., tbat . A model of all that 70U wonlw,, JUrili Your word, alw.7. a mile utoi-- Lt no thoujlt lI hanboe.1 et.r enter h.r rnlnd. Cayce, Ky 117 her II fw b like a tloora ef iiirm Andihppy ,blMioa thtwltiR M7 hr life U aa iwett a, aiumrutr fraia Mary Berendes & Co. DR. S. K. DAVIDSON YOU lnr, tl. , Bi,l. Ella Bkattv McUkhbb. April 1, 1809. &. 1. Bartlett, Wm. OKALKa GET HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY V (Suootnor to Dieattlbriak,) in MORE In lb COUBIRR JOURNAL than Id any other paper publliBftd boih la quality aod TWICK-A-WEE- cles of incorporation filed during tbe moutb of Marob. Fancy Groceries and s, cows, and la played in this way: Take a seod, &c, for salo, free of charge. writing paper and on it sheet of write your name and address, then t'LOYER AND TIMOTHY HAT. fold it neatly around a dollar bill, For salo by W. M. Bacoj put tbem into a stamped envelope miles east of Hickman. addressed to tbe editor and mail I FOR HALE. it ; then watch the editor olosely, , One Bond milrtli mm nj and if a smile spreads over his L. from Riokdjan face tbe game works well. Now Also, a flno inare. Said mare U doe to tbe N. O. & St. nuu con tno lmtx lust. to xipiouviue n one or tat aroi ia tbe proper leaaon to work tbe M. A. M'cDawkl, game. psoti. gy. State pro-duct- Provisions, Under this heading will hereafter bo Some one desoribes the method published notices not to exceed 6 lines of playing a very interesting game, each, from farmers MIQKMAN, KMHWm. called "Tbe Editor's Delight," era. who havo horses, who are gnhscrib. mules, m-FREE DELIVEKY. Store No. 94; JM1. Farmers Free Column. Offloe over Oowglll & Oowglll'a Drug Store. J. O. quantity, 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents, The TWICB-A-WEECOURIER.JOUR. NAL litha equal of many daillen, ami the auperlor of all other papera. 1( prlala more reel newe, more ood olaie mailer, more (rood etorlee, then any olber. Ii. eued Wtdneiday and Saturday . A food oonmlialon to atnti. 8a in pi eoplei free oi application. Write to K d. a. PABK. BPEiaHT. m Real-- " PARK MAYFIELD. a SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. Telephone idenoe, No. Lin,, n. n.MoRiUH. DruKKhit, Moscow, Ky mtyn he clla Plantation Chill Onre and duds it Huitfl hia trade beoaiue it eradicate the nynteni of all malarial poUoa, and ho fc'uarantee it. Will do a General Law Business in all Courts, State and Fed era), and In all tbe Courta of Fulton County. GOURIER-JOURNA- Proust AUaatioa Uivea Collectloai' CO,, LOUISVILLE, KY. L w' '.' mati-s- i iji&" itgflStVaaljSaV