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Electric Railroad from to Hickman MlLBURJf, Padu-cal- l . .A :0Otfy KY., AP RIL 21, ajtmmmmw wmmmmmwimmmmmmmwffltrtlia Local and Personal. ir. rSHr rJ ESTABLISHED e OLDEST" 3STEWSPAjg; gVJgST BN KENTUCKY. VOL. XXXIV, NO. 22. Sare tbe Elephant. f L-.- HN&MAN, JSUUIQ&: . J mmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmimmmmammmmmm$mmmmmmmmmm ; J , ' ' ' '- v t.r - ' mil. TTiH 'V Jj , T v. "r, - ' " A "W" T 1 THE SPRING EXPOSITION. . Br, raw. 'mil1 ... a ' ' ai Itn nn nnd ? ia LndleH'fuifcr Made Suits. SMrtyWaistw Ao,,-- nnd the Miuwitur lins j.hrouhud mticli enthusiasm on all snle.' v e . JB. liayu had pwtiWtiml' fcanipliuirnts'inmi every one. 'vYo Jeel beat oflbrts. 'Coajfi that wo h uvo suniUSst pur .pwn'im-viip- f S and icflbt your yjeH on Ife beautiful thlnlplaycd. . I ixi.oitiiii of tWNewiSnrinc riniiiiiiiL'H. . ..-- Mirffn&rv. Fino,T)ronRooiJB Bicycle riding is now reviving. John HlwUllR. rif Vnlffin. u'iu in MH ho city Sunday. JIre Jinn' LiL'on of Union Cltv. is KV ij town this week. C. Mi?i Lizie Lnttroll haa lieon visit- .SIX .iBKinUmou Cltv. rim-- (Till nt m n a,;.'u n; cn fn Mfiril iii afifilf j.rx! . l. r Ky -- Millinery. Ut 0 fp l .1 'JAJ't.. liABlES Tailor-Mad- e . ' 4 Kobt. Holm and Paul Shaw wem to Union City Snnday. Mr. Tom Noonon, and wlstcr, Miss Man-- , viiited in Fulton hwt week. M(!Mni. i ft4 This Depart me tit ia the main center nf nttraotiou iiist now. 'I lie I'nttcm lints nro Ipvel hut tlic crcntions of our'tutHl nors aro lovelier htill. Wcirils cannot do justice to thu bcflti-titthings nliown here, and wo hope you'll coinu hoc tliein. ul The Southern Haptist Conventiou ill Lovisvlllo fnim Mur 11 tn JR. K ., -- ,,. J.UUU. muu. iVfwormiion .. aviii i Imtit nt Mm. Jesso Reeves' thi.i oviv , J..cet ?ThiHis hIiow feature with tut this Hcnp, but it hafiinet wih a Hfiw 79c. Lndii'H "Dollur" !y GknL Kid Gloves. ; Excellent quality tti TJluck, Brmvu? Tans, UIhch nml Orcon. Oomn in, Sold nt Imcv and Olaup fMtoninKi. ti Dollar e verjw l'tru and voth thu money. Btylcs'ot Allt'Wigpj's nK- ing ;n )rjcqvrroVfo,ioS23.0(). Tlifsc arc HMyly in the very Mtest styles "and m,tlio best iossible manner, .laeketa lined " !tb8ilte 7Cnwh"Suits from Sl.25 up. JpniclipjJfcHFun!nt ' Pique SuitH, Duck Suits. 10c. t, -- Skirts of every dctcriptinn, Cradh, Duck. Piquo, Silk uid Satin.' iL Handkerchiefs, t iinri. V, Tho tonfjuo U abont Hie only muz- He loading weapon that hxsu't been J warded. p aiM. fcrnest Ldenton and sntcr, of "fJ-Bkhon- . Tenu . is visit mir her aunt, jus. .1. Handle. JI II. Shaw ha? full line.i of 'Hint ware, Queenswaro and Groceries. ' Mr. John Boston, ono of our best farniero, has dooided to buy property, and move into Hickman. Drew LmVn, our popular friend, of una piuaseu inu iieiKUixnmKwi. Courier by a call Wednesday. ' The peaches aro not all killed, and tte straw berry crop will bo abundant. Iltury up the cream and sugar. i A fhootinir Mrr.lno occurred Taes- Tdaj nilit, iMitween two darkled. No L $' mil iu ' Hon. Uco. Warren, lllckinan, llv. Dear Sir : "We aro m correspondence with tlio Padncah p:iectric It. tt. Co., rclativo to Htcuriuj,' an electric hue from Paducah to your city touehuiK this and other immediate polutH and we huvo received some encouragement from tho company. They say they havo all tho work ther can do for tho present but that thin lino vould no doubt bo a paying invetitment and that thoy will tako tho matter under comidoratiou at an early date. Wo beliovo If tho peoplo along this route will give proper encouragement this liuo can bo secured, uud we ask which wo feel your hefli i pure you. will give. W remain yours It may behoove Senator Hbbm to keep a apecnlatiog eye on tm 'new party" fever bow growlsc in tbe land, inaamnob , r.1 f l it intended to threaten tbe triaav-pban- t return of Mr. MoKinlej to the Wbite Honse iu 1900. PingreeJoae The reported movement, annonneed as an antl-McKinl- ieea ry ,J y l ey iu it truly, O. O. Hahp. Geo. O. Witty. tbe elements of maca troa-bl- e for tbe Preaident. Bi(K publicans whom be baa antagoa ized in various States seem to fra dallying with this "new party Fllleyof Missouri, being credited sb its leading spirit bereaboata and its motto is apparently "bbt-tbin- g to beat MoKtnlej.7 Thla spirit is sotrietimea dangeroaa. organization, nay bar ?. ,Ui id Auction! $5,000 Auction! WORTH OF GOODS TO BE SOLD AT ONCE. Pianos, Organs, Sowing Machines, Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver Tablowarc, Rlnm, Musical Instruments, Racket Goods, Shirts, Pants, Shoos, &c. Salo begias Already the PlngreeJenea alliance i claiming tbat it will earrj Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, indiaaa, Ohio, and certain otber State. It may not do all this, bat if it Barries any of tbe States aassed Mark Hanna's teeth will grBW sharper from gnasblog. Taa 8jb a. dicate Boss most look at Knives are oat in his party aaap, and tbe hamstringing of ta is on the bills. St. La1a It ato-pba- nt llepnblic. Aio-icu- Saturday, April 22nd, nud will bo contiuuod every night from 7 :30 to 10 :S0; on Saturdays from 9 to 12 a. m. : 2 :S0 to 6 p. m., and 7 : 30 to 10 :30 p. m. All goods comparativelT new, and was bought cheap. Thb Republican State Ceatnal Committee met in LoatSTlFfe to arrange for tha Septa--lican yaa-terd- ay V Lndlui Pure Llni'ii lienuititcli. Xicu quality Linun and cheap at dO'ihl" tiio money. 69c. h Dress Goods AND TRIMMINGS. "Wo nro extremely anxioun lor you to eo tme, for wo know you will many of tlio linen wo luu not dle,w they aro oxcluidvo w ItH tw. Monmcllno DcSolo Pino 8111c fubric, in llkiit tvud dork ktouiiiU, with ituU mid largo flKare, and also 111 otd ' Ladies White Pique and Bedford Cord Shirt Waists. A special bargain, picked up You'll not find us a bargain. them in the regular way loss than a Dollar a nd 5 1.25 any- -- - s fMk. Tropical fruits, nuts, flno negro race, especially fa and mixed Candies aro found at Auction Room "The Racket." tbat tbe tbe Sontb, ehoold affiliate with tha tbejNEW City Bakkuv. Salo will bo continued until entire Democracy aa Us beat hop at aro now ten cases of small stock is sold. amelioration. Brook-ltreat Padncah and six cases at ' HEXNOX. 111 , bix miles below that place. The Tennessee Legislator ex -- jOapt. H. A Tyler, an old pires by limitation Philippines. la the will likely ntteud the will leave man; important at Charleston, S. 0.. May 12. Dispatches from Manila indicate that area on tbe table, and taaay eth3 Cheapest and Kent. there is a possibility of reaching an ers in doubt as to tbe Qoveraerra ,Al fn'fih supply of Ganlen Seed just agreement with tho Filipinos, and that approval. choc-ohw- State Convention. Booker T. Washington saya Sri .K "l I I It. J. Confeder--tittVctcra- n, )a it IVCd where. at O. A. liOLCOMBK'8. "? Mls.4 c-- L. rsolom. fiS DeSoio, urPBadlnrc, ChaUlen, Ur- - 35cf. liini'ii color, with neat stripes. Nicely made and fitting, and well worth 50o. Is nnderstood that the gor-Sanger and Mrs. Murdock. ro- - States Uommlssion ror tno purpose or cd homo at ueMio, Tcnn., tuos-afte- t securlntr Tieaco and au amicable under-- 1 em men t is abont to offer a bobb- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levi standing between tno iflnpinoa ana tno ty of 600 and twe aieatha extra. Uaka-- i aUfcw aUMritiaiv,fr Aj la lk !rS I n rtrMimnrtPA rtf Kilinlnrvt httd hpnn nn pointed to con I or with tno United I It Mattings, Cnrjyeti), Linoleum and Oil Cloth. Window Shade and Laro rtirtaUit. Our lines of above nro very complete, and we invite inspection. IlS L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. uuiiiUiUiuuiiuaiiiuuuuu-iUiuauuuuuiaiiuuiiuuiiiK: H. F. REMI.EY, K1 Attorney-at-Law- . Build-ini- j. r. OfQoo up atalra, Holcombo Pultin' On HICEMAH, EENIUOKY. Will pnictico in all Courts of tho Stato. A. F, OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KI2XTKOKY. TKIAt. wbfo jrou wmii done, or repair in Wacom, kc. Hor'tobuliiK h aptciallj 1 alio ktip s full lint of MR A Style won't do without yon havo tho correct thing iu the way of a tnrnont. GIVE I rvt I Undertaker' Wnnt Common, Koierool, CoOint s Goods tt IF YOU WANT bo and Solid IlUek wliloh U filled up in (hort notice, sml price, aire ma call. the BU Shop sod cn reuou-lit- e AN ELEGANT BUGGY Phaeton or Surrey, call on us Ours havo sty e, bcautv and service, wur inuu niotici ouKiuiil at fcSJU.UU. is equal to those sold for SI 10.00. i Good single strap ntr Jll. YOU GET MORE In lh TVTICK.A.WEEK COURIER JOURNAL thn In any other pa per publltbed both ia quality and Harness, $10 and up. New Back-bands stock of M. B. Jiaw and! oTner ieadint and who has been visiting her ret, Mrs. W. M. Sh.iw, returned h ome crty owners aro urging tho paving of donbt the authenticity of the Clinton stroet with vitriolized brick. port. Bnt if tbe war contiaaes, onlay. each property owner payimr for tho undoubtedly we shall again come ' Thn Ktirint? sinL"j of tho hlno btrd? pavement in front of his own property. to tbe period of "bounty jumping.'' were inner mort- welcome and Hweetor This would bo a splendid improvement At tbe same time tbe war-tathan now, after tho loug and dre.iry u all tno owuors would join in. is being exacted witb greater winter. Wo havo tho promise of tho help of Ono spring a young man's fancy Rev. R, W. Binghnm. of the Louisvillo severity than ever before and lightly turns to thoughts of love, nnd Conference, an able preacher and one there is no eigu of release froat tho next to beating carpets and taking whom all can work with without tho tbe load. down a stove. least compromise of their reHuions prinWQf Wo bought a largo supply of Seed ciples, Tho arrival of Bro. Bingham ia Thb Great World's Fair at Potatoes mid Onion Sett.s early, when expected on next Tnosd.iy from which promises to excel tbe Chithey wero cheap, and will savo you time ho will remain until tho meeting cago Exposition in many respeets. W. G. Hefxev. closes. money on them. Lkhfoiiu it Rooeks. Tho gunboat Nashville, which fired The money appropriated ia to bo Mr. .Tno. S. Kelt is iitent, at Matho first gun in tho rion, Ky called to tho bedrido of a more than waa ann it is abont ten millions brother. His fnends greatly sym war, is now in Kew urie.ms,Mississippi used at Chicago, nnd wben we re announced will ascend the pathize with him. to St. Louis. When she will pass Hick- alize that tbe Ohioago show cost Farmers report tho growing wheat man is not now known, but it will bo millions, we begiu Ins coming out wonderfully muco tho duly auuouueed tho day and hour, so over twenty-si' to see that St. Louis is determincold weather ended, and prospects aro that tho people can come aud see. If j now good for an average yield. possible, she will bo induced to land at ed to make ber sbow greater if it breaks the city to do it. It is be' Hob Conn, a young boy who lives Hickman. lieved that the attendance at St. near C.iyco, tried to jump on a train at Tho Courier is glad to learn that an Cayce, Sunday, fell, tho ears run over agreement has been reached by which Louis will be much larger, becaase the Chicago Fair was held daring him, nud hovered ono leg irom his body. work will bo resumod on tho now Hotel, aud pushed speedily to the great panic, and thoasaada Rob Blanks, colored, Wits hanged at completion. It will tako about six away because of bard Mayflold. Tuchdav morning, paying tho weeks to complete tho building. It is were kept or his awful crini1, apposing tho finest improvement ever made in times and scarcity of money. penalty the wrath of an indignant peoplo and Hickman, and Mr. Curlm, tho ownOne of tbe important element satisfying jiwtico. er, enjoys tho royal good will and re- in tbe reviving and enlarging spect of all our citizens. Dr. II. H. WuNon, ono of tho old-etrade witb Cuba and adjaeeat isnnd highly esteemed citizen of tho faX. Tho full delights of Coffeo homo drinking Ii.ivo been unknown to those lands of peculiar moment to tha county, who has been contlned at ty pnistcal nullrtioiis for moutiis p:ust, who havo not tried CHASE & SAN south is tbe demand for immewas in Hickman, Wednesday. BORN'S famous Roasted Coffeo, sold diate supplies for food products, H. Buchanan. notably cattle. Tbe lower MissSSf Ono iwund of Ch.io & Sanborn's only by CotTeo will go as far as 2 pounds of low Mr. James. R. Greene, au old citi- issippi Valley has been sending grado CoHees. Sold oulv by zen died, Saturday, and was buried stock to Havana by way of Vew H. Bitch asan. Sunday. Ho had been sick about six Orleans, and Texas, besides ship. "bnt his condition was not consid- ping not less than 5000 bersea Harris' Hickman aud Tiptonvillo week, boforo Loveo Hill has p issed Inith Hou.ses of tho ered dangerou. until a few days activo, aud mules to tho West Indies dar Mr. Greouo Tunmv.co Legislatnro, and now only his death. mau, for manywas an n Sow- iug tho past twelve months to years awaits tho .lgnaturo of the Governor, energetio ing Machiuo agent, and was cxtousivo-l- meet tbe now conditions, haseon-tribnte- d and it is uiidci'titood that ho endorses it. largely to cattle. So known In that capacity. Ho had been member of tho Cristiau Church great is tbe demand in tbe Cuban, ICt'iit. from early boyhood, aud was strong in southern-raiseeattla that faith. Tho funeral services wero market for conducted by Eld. Dabiioy and Row tbat their export seems destined A f Room dwelling, good loud ton and Ho leaves two chil- to become an important part ef W. G. Hefloy. iiuprovomonts. Apply to dren to mourn his Ions, tho aonth's outward commerce. C W. HOLCOJIKK. " V HgM .jS 1 Uli'ritati jail 3&d w - x 8t-Lo- uis dy-hi- g Spaulsh-America- n I x , La-cle- 1 st i t 1 I ' y For d Plow Gear, Collars, Humes, Traccclmius, High wheel combined check-Rowe- rs nnd Drills. Malta Doublo Shovels RfcCOUMICK Binders and Mowers. Repairs. quantlly. OLIVER CHILLED Vulcun Plows. The AUCTION of the Ed. Meyers 5tock of JEWELRY WILL BEG I N SATURDAY EVEMfNG over known beforo in Hickman at 2:30 and CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK. Nothing like this-Sal$2,500 worth of Jewelry to bo sold for what it will bring. 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents, COUUIEIt-JOUR- . The TWICE-A-WEENAL la the equal of mauj dalllcx, and the superior of all other papers. It prints more real news, nore itoml olais matter, nor good itorlei, than any other. Ii A good lied Wednesday and Salurday. conmlealon lo agents. Sample ooplet free K Sanders & Reeves. - Sales TWICE A DAY, at 2:30 and 7:30 p. nn ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO LADIES " Subscribe for the Dou't miws this chance, but como early. a application. Write COURIER-JOURNA- lo L CO,, KY. LOUI&VILLE, HICKMAN COURIER. WILSON'S CASH BOOK STORE, THE BIGGEST. THE CHEAPEST. THE BEST.! r .i 'J3 . jvy.'. 'ivtr Hi -v - " . ti k... ..., lk-o'-e' ,,- -, MHf, , fc,' jf&c!?iai93hHrtj.zMJ! 'mmaanTTTZM The Hickman Courier OKOHQi: WAKUKN. I'libll'licr. WANT NO FOREIGN' ALLIANCE I 9 )2C0Y LETTER m HE ' STEEL FLOATING DOCK. t HIS OLD YELLOW ALMANAC To And "He Wfio Piirsstes Two lt'reseiititthe lieriiimi-Aiii- e rlcau Hold Hy A. UICKMAN. . KENTUCKY. ii liiiiiirtiuil .Minting In t'hlrnco Union nf rhrlrOrcinl.t lou v CURRENT EioiiTV'Eii. TOPICS. per cent, of nil railway tickets issued In England nrc for third-clas- Only nbout ono in 1,000 cattle shipped abroad from this country dies or Is lost .. I' 'I ; ik v V r I if Brf-- av ? v rF. St. is estimated that about bieyiles have been made in Europe and America. Tin: juice of the banana, bolngstrong In tannin, makes an indelible ink and i hoe blacking. I'M'KitiMh.STS to reproduce dead men's features from their skulls are being made in Germany. Tiik eyes of snakes are never closed. Alive or dead, sleeping or waking, they arc always wide open. The price of medicine in Prussia is regulated by the state, a new price list being published every year. Tiik only artisan buried in Westminster Abbey is George Graham, who invented clockwork in the year 1700. Tiik most extensive cemetery in the world is that at Home, in which over 6,000,000 human beings have been interred. Tub largest telescope in existence does not make the planet Mars appear any bfgger than the moon docs through an opera glass. ,Tiie ily la.s four times each summer nnd bO eggs each time. The descend-tint- s of one female lly in a single season may number 2,0b0.3JO. Plants suffer from the smoko of existing between the United State: cities because the fumes injure the po- and all other nations, or to entrap this rous structure of the leaves and inter- couutrylnto any alliance with another fere with their free inspiration. state which w ill force us to go to war. Lkmo. baths are popular In the West "We desire to further the best inter Indies. Three or four lemons arc cut ests of our prosperity as well as the up and left to soak in water half an present best interests of our republic. hour. The bath is very refreshing. "We will preserve with an earnestThe greatest coal field in the world cul(21,700 square miles) is in the Chinese ness what is best in our national ture nnd morality that we brought province of Hunan. At the present rate of consumption the world could with us across the seas. "Therefore, we pledge ourselves to be supplied with coal from Shansl for 10,000 years. the culture of our German language, .51118. Ta.v Jiok Kim, late of Singa- German morals German good fellowpore, is buried in ,a $JO,000 coflln. It ship and all that is good in the German whs decorated with silk, gold and character. precious stones, and was the most cost"We unite in an offensive and defen ly coilin ever constructed in the sive alliance against all evil agitation Knight's settlement. 1 "i: Shah has in his palace at Tehe- looking toward the restriction of Gertwelve-inc- h globe, upon which man emigration and all attacks upon ran the nirts of the world are set out in our uation.il traits, ideals and customs. jewels of various colors England with "Our executive committee is instruct rubies, India with diamonds, the sea ed to act in accordance with these with emeralds, and so on. sentiments and to call us to action Hawks have been seen to follow in whenever it may become necessary the wake.of a moving railway train, to that we may at a given time bring tc swoop down on small birds that were suddenly disturbed and frightened by bear the whole weight of the German the noise, and therefore for the mo- influence for the universal good.' ment were off their guard. THE CHICAGO'S LONG CRUISE. -- It' is 18 years since tho first J apancso stearsrj&pcr was established, and now Repair for Month Sfco there arc in existence 575 daily and After Undergoingrw York on Her frails i'rom Flnt weekly papers, 35 law magazines, 25 Important Vojiige fur Year. rocd cal magazines, 11 scientific and a large number of religious journals. Nbw Yoiik, April 18. The cruiser Fohkionkiis in China buy nearly ev- Chicago, which has been undergoing erything on credit, giving signed repairs at the ltrooklyn navy yard for "chits" for every purchase, the reason months, will sail Tuesday morning on s being their un w illingness to load down with silver or native her first important voyage in nearly A cruise of 'J2.000 miles is oln, while paper money fluctuates too four years. much. to be made under command of Itr. Whkjj a Chinaman gives a grand Adm. Howison, acting under orders party hfcends three invitations tocach from the navy department The guest; one two days before the event, Chicago will go first to the Azores another on the day itself, and the third then to Gibraltar where a stop ot ten just before the hour has struck, to sig-- ' days will be made. Thence through nify how impatient he Is for his visitthe 5Ieditcrranean to .Malta and Cairo, ors' arrival. Ok 25 countries 19 have flags with the cruiser will pass through the Suez red In them, the list including the canal down the eastern coast of Africa United States, England, France, Ger- to Johannesburg and Cape Town. A many,, Austria, Italy, Spain, Denmark, stop will be made at St. Helena. It U Kelgium, Sweden, Switzerland, Tur expected that the Chicago will return key, 5Iexioo, Chile, Portugal, Venezu- to th United States next October. ela and Cuba. Sf Haywaiw, of Ne- FAVOR THEMOTHER COUNTRY braska, wears upon his watch chain c valuable child's ring set with a small Orcunlied at Kantat diamond, which he found on one of the City They Deuounre, the Tendency street, of Chicago twenty years ago to Kmhrull tho Two Nation. and for which he has never been able to discover an owner. Kansas Citv, 51o., April 16. About A mix has been introduced in the four hundred German met Massachusetts legislature to provide at Turner hall 51onday Americans ornighl and that the city fathers shall use car ganized the German American Citizens riages at public expense only for public funerals and at the entertainment of association. Resolutions were adopted distinguished guests and then only denouncing the tendency to create disupon the written order of the mayor- - cord between the United States and At JHrldn, near Ferrybridge, Eng., Germany by "misrepresentations and the other day aplow came Into contact untruthful newspaper reports," and with a stone eofiln covered with a urging German American citizens todc stone lid and containing human bones. everything ossible to "correct the The coflln is 6evcn feet six inches long, evil effects of the attempts to antagthree feet wide, and the- sides four inches to five inches thick. It weight onize the people of the two great powers." nearly two tous. The resolutions adopted at the masi 51 n. lioraKDAX, of Norway, announces that tlie sun is burning out meeting In Chicago on .March !!7 wcr more rapidly than is usually believed. Indorsed. nnd that unless something interferes A Uhantly on the onr grandchildren will see its extincNkw Yoitu, April 18. In the forecas tion. 51 r. 5Iohn, also of Norway, has rhecked Mr. llorkedal's calculatlonu tic of the cruiser Ualelgh are many relics of the battle of .Manila baj. One ol nnd finds them correct. these is the head of a Spanish sailor Tub Japanso torpedo boats have names entirely out of keeping shot clean from the body, lietweei. w 1th their destructlre purposes. The the tcetli is n small stillctto, clenched following uro cwnmpleh: Dragon Fly, in the grip of death. The head .ine Full Moon, Moon in Clouds, feea Xteuch, knife were found fioating in the water Peewit, Lightning, Thunder, Dawn of and one of the lialelgh's sailors dlvei Day, Clustering Clouds, Daybreak, Ripples, Evening Mist, Dragon's Lamp, over the side for it Tho ghastly rem Falcon. Magpie, White Naped Crane riant of the battle is hermcticallj scaled in a big glass of alcohol. and White Hawk. Accojidi.no to a high authority, oold 1:iik1ikmt KIIIkI. water is a valuable htimulant to many. IlQCiir.STKit, N. V., April lb. -- At If not all, people. Its action on the nooi heart is more stimulating than brandy. Monday tho boiler in tho Standarc It has been known to raise the pulse brewery, J. Miller Kellcy, president from 70 to over 100. blew up. killing Engineer James Cos AMI. Scnt.Br is a mathematician tello and badly dumagin tho' entln who can do most of his work without plant the aid of paper. In Liverpool some year ngo he triumphantly bested a Corteljou VW1I Sacreed Secretary Forter Wasjiixotox, April la. John Addl professional "lightning calculator"vlio was exhibiting there. son Porter, secretary to the piefcident Thkb is a quicksilver mine in Peru lias tendered his resignation, glvlni 170 fathoms in circumference and 480 ill health as the cause. George U feet de:p. ' In this profound abyss are Cortclyou, now assistant, will prok streets, squares and a chapel where re aujy succctil .Mr. J'ortcr. Jigious worship is held Anglo-Ameilca- It at sea. siiimiiov, April IS. The unvy April IS. Chicago is to be jtpirtiucnt will probably bli for the oiganl-zatlon- s the center of a great union of dock ut Havana if it Is composed of German Ameri- The lefene of A mm Ut'iirKO Via VutmM K, filiatingby the Spanish ,d on sale at auction cans who aie antagonistic to any uieneeil 1 m iliiy Morning llirrntrnlng; . After the ownership oi lilfiilllliMl It) I'lmt Ollli o Clerk about an alLetter plans thai would bring c iiiek was conceded to tho Spanish llurr Id miter In l'. lilonci'. liance between tlio 1'nlted States and ;iuiment on the ground that It wn enThis was the a foieign power. , able effect, the authorities hen Cantox, (., April IS. Tho hearing thusiastic sentiment of the represenfi r. il SJ7A.00U for It. The offer has tative of two score Germanic societies of Mr. George was resumed Monday OfMonday night at Schiller hall. morning with former Police Sergeant ( i tieen accepted, and the report that bo auctioned Is taken ,v too); would were Haslcr, who found tho gun and wa fers of hearty a dozen cities introduced Saturday, on the stand. Ida j u rejection of the S'i'5,000 propo received from half n d by Mr. tin oughoul the country and promises was rigidly made that if the initiative were under Wclty. lie again denied that he had lu needof the dock Is somewhati n by the recent government putsought to have a reward offered for taken by Chicago against an so of a small filiating dock nt Now pact or any other agreement the finding of the gun. . capable of docking n 2, .100 ton The court ruled out nil testimony that would embarrass the nation the , I and also by the building of n German Americans of other cities previously offered tending to show would speedily follow the example. that 5lnyor Kice had been counsel for r i- dock at Algiers near New Or- 1'lie small dock, now at New A permanent organization resulted Mrs. George. ,, will be towed to Pcnsncola nt an directly from the gathering. Thirty The revolver was offered and ac day ko that, with the Algiers' delegates were appointed on a general cepted in evidence. The threatening k. tho uavv department will hae committee to superintend the details letter, identified by Post Office Clerk of forming the society. llarr, was offered nnd ruled out for the to docks available on the gulf. Resolutions were adopted denounc- present by the court on the ground ing in vigorous language any attempt that it had not been shown that the SPEAKER HEED'S NEW JOB. to interfere with the good relations ex- accused put it iuto circulation or gave l liu iiiiik uf I Iftjr 1 IhuimiihI Pntlum u isting between the United Mates and It to any one. eur Mhj ( uur llir t, il Siutr.. by singling out any one other nations Uriah Ilcnry, who started out with limn lo lurinrilr I'ollllri. .power as an anj. i lie resolutions are Policeman llusler, was only allowed as follows: to say that he left the policeman near Nw Yoiik. April IS Thomas It. "The Society of German-America- n l,d, speaker of the last bouse of rep- where the reolver was found. Citizens of Chicago and Cook county is .Mrs. McAllister was recalled to tell rcyiitntlvcs and of many others prob-nw ill be speaker no more, organized in the interests of the peace why Saton dil not pay Mrs. George's lie ha and prosperity of our great republic; board after lhJ7 as he, had until then, jbtts and will bo a member therefore it will oppose all attempts to according to what 51 rs. Georgo had 'ue next house, but the making of Intci fere with the good relations now told the witness. The testimony was iiiey is likely to bo his chief occupa- niiCAuo, 4Jtii-iitiescross-examine, j- It George S.i ton Was limed to llli Death at ('autuii Last October. 111 Ni imrlinrnt Will I'riiliulil) Hid (or llu Oiip nt Him nun Mmulil the itnlnrd 1'ut It lit A'Htlnii. when mother lft tho farm jilnce of iluellln'died, changed my and Hares Catches Neither." l'i ori or ncareil me leilln' I would tlrtil inn town-folkways un dlllleiitt to meet. They Hnld I'd liavo no comfort In the daughter Hiuto it)llsli In tho rlty street, there ivmh them, before s' houtie, rlKlit 1 c.ntic, that lion Said a well known young man about town, " tried for years to bum the candle weekdny rlKlit nlonif. t find I take to city ways Jtint like a duck to water, I like (lie racket and the nolne, and nerr tlr of show And there's no end of comfort In the mansion of my dutiKliter. And rery thine In r Ik lit at hnnd, and money freely flow. And lilrinl help Is all about, Just ilstcntii' lor my call, Hut I inl the cilow almanac off my kitchen wall Tho house Is ful' of ealenttors from nttlc to (he iiltur, Tliej'ro iKilnted In all eelers, and are frney-lik- o lo see Hut Just In this jHirtlculnr I'm not a mod- And I'd l)ii nutllti' fixed-li- p to wear stiff collars tlitonc. eiry at both ends, in the pursuit of pleasure while trying to attend to business. My blood, stomach and kidneys got into a wretched state and it seemed that I could not carry the burden any longer. account of that tmirel IIihmI'k which has made men picture of health. Now I'm in for business puro and simple. hiusn-imrill.i, Hut now niv rheumatism hns gone, my eon in go has returned, and nil on Hl) DlBonwo-'- M had running sores lor rlKlu Jimix on my hips I was lotillmslto my bid at times ami at others ittsl almanac Is Rood Karsupurillu eured my enough for me: enitehes. Hood I'm used to It, l'o ccn It round from boy- - hip and gni'u i oriiiiiiii ut, health '' Dills J AiHliiut, VfJ Dmllny Httti-I- l)u ton, Ohio. IukhI to old aKe, And I rather like the joktn' at tho bottom IntilKoiitlon '' I now linvo u f.od nth jM'lito, i at w ell slis'ii w Hand my of rurti paKf. and Indiitliillon huvn lolt me lhoreaon, I like tho way the "8" stood out to show Is I look HofHl s rSarn.umrlllii width entiirly the week's lei:lniiln' eured ma I urn HagKaKii .Miutir on the (In tltese calendars lie i!.imi H. .t O Itallitmil Iiiouas Colsk, 11U nenifil sort of inlxod). umo carr ni , And tho man upon tho corr, tliouRli lie wasn't exactly wlnnln' With lung ii ml lUrr alt ex(vo?i.l, still And tho ern feller. jellow-CAVoro- d dsHn nen-faiiKl- them-elve- .VATon-KLKC- T Ucruian-AmerlrH- ni - Itt-ll- KhIi-IkI- 5IcKlnley, promises to attract larger he shall take the tempting crowds even than those of last week. rJ that has been placed lu front of x. As many of the corroborative witnesses of the state w ill not be called, Io young lawyers it Is understood, it is expected that the prosecution will it to be Heed's law partners conclude its examination of witnesses OUT TO THE TRUST, 5Ionday and then the defense, begins with a list of wltncRses that will con- (OLD & Mjrrr Tokarru I'arturjr t St. tinue the case through next week. tout limicr llnjuU ,rw Itord The testimony so far has been a reof Director! to ll Klrctrd. cital of the tragedy of October 7, IMS, when George D. Saxtou, a wealthy Lot-iApril lb, The sale of the bachelor, was shot as he was entering it rjett A. 51ycrs Tobacco Co. was coin- the residsnee of 5Irs Althousc fori '.fill Monday and tho property fo an evening call. Saxton's former x.y turned over to the purchasers relations with Mrs George have kVusibly W. II. Hutlcr nnd tho Union n bS tutittl IIHAIIffllt (lltt i 4ln thAnni c- t.y per. r, ; ,; ; : , sr s ' vt connected with tho deal thai the George after forming an attachm u n Tobacco Co. Is tlirettVtur. tor Mrs. AUhome, p 5.v ousy of the defendant was the causo Ident5t. C Wctmoro has tendered the murder. Tho two star witnerse;! lis i slgnation nnd his successor nnd a for the morbid curiosity of the crowd new, oartl of ilirectors will be elected at the courthouse are yet to bo heard, Tun Iny. President 51. C. Wetmorc and they are the two widows In tho read1 Jy admitted thnt the transfer had case 5Irs Althoute and 5Irs George. beet made. He said he still maintained The state has been wanting 5lrs Alt- his v 'position to trusts and combines housc, but she has been in hiding and but ihnt he was finally compelled to could not be found. It is claimed that 7 kit' as ho stood single handed in the tho defense will never let up till Mrs comMiuy In opposition to the sale. Mr. Althouse is brought into court. On Wctiooro intimated that he may start the fatal night when Saxton rode to an Independent tobacco faotory. bicycle, 5lrs Althousc her house on his wns not at home, and it is said that LIGHT JEANS UNDERWEAR. Saxton was called to tho scene of his death by a decoy letter. The Soldier In t ulm and the I'lilllppluet There has been some inquiry as to Will lie Clothed With Thr.r During r the, Torrid hummer Ileal. why the Althouse residence was not searched on the night of the tragedy. CulcAOO.April 18. The United States So far as the public curiosity goes is more interest taken in the an- soldiers in Cuba and the Philippines there ticipated appearance of 51 rs Althou&o will be clothed in undergarments made than In 5lrs George taking the wit of light Jean material during tho torness stand in her own defense. The rid heat of the summer. This decision defense has not outlined its theory or has been reached by the war departchain of evidence, but it Is generally ment ofllclals after careful consideratexpected that there arc several sur- ion. The advice of eminent surgeons prises In store for this week, especially who have had experience In battling if the examination extends Into all the with disease during the rainy season alleged wrongs 5Irs George claims to in tropical countries was sought, and hae suffered after deserting her hus- all recommended the abandonment of tlannel gormeuts. band for Saxton. The wnr department ollleials have A final effort was made to get the threatening letter before the jury on decided to purchase 100,000 stilts of this which .Mrs George was indicted in the material to be shipped to Cuba and the United States court for an improper Philippines as early as possible. use of the mails. To this cud .Mayor-eleHremen Injured, Robertson, who heard the peace Db.nvkji, Col., April IB. While the proceeding, 5frs Flnley and I'ost Office was forking on n tire Inspector A. P. Owen were called, but lire department works at Wcwatta at the Plntseh gas it was to no avail. Then the state and Eighteenth streets Monday afterrested. noon, on explosion of gas occurred InDEATH IN THE PRAIRIE FIRES side the building, Injuring nine men, nil lonnccted with tho fire department. The Country Around Alnaworth, Neh., I. It Several of tho men were severely I'p Two Men llurned to Death burned but it Is thought none fatally. .Murli 1'roperty Destroyed. I'he property loss was small. I s to Mr Aer, on I'e often, fair. a rainy day, fsuml rendln' ery I tried lo find one recently: there ws'n't ono In the city They toted out creat calemlam In every ott of stle. I lookid ut 'cm In cold dlidoln. and an- Acreil 'em In pll : t vlu a few weeks excluded. "I'd rather have my almanac titan all B? is considering and probably that costly pile " Miss Augusta Susky, a milliner, who will city life. I'm lone-though I take an offer to take tho senior place And, nrnne, nfter all. to lives near the scene of the tragedy, testified to having been in a position nilaw firm lu this city with a guar- - Tor that oW rllow almanac uHn my kitchen wall. w here no one could have left tho tn'e of S."0,000 a year. -- Ella Whofler Wilcox, In the Century. V;. Heed, with his wife and daughter, .steps except to the south with, 5U Kitty Iteed, was booked to sail out being seen by the witness. JOHN'S GOOD IDEA. The third week of the trial of Mrs. fitFurope on tho Paris Wednesday. Anna K. George for the murder of 'J t booking has been canceled. The lie ThoiicM Atittel t'liml Mmuld George D. Saxton, the brother of Mrs. talker will remain until he has dccld-ri!ieththe Itluht Kind of Alt-house er And snowline how we arotlxed tho letters, credentials that was writ JfpcdA SaUafau'& mOMEHmrzp lloa.1 1 unljr rthitl i (bii llitr la uk I ' lh Msn MS lltwU Iriilailnr Ml S4rMtrlllk. Your name on x postal card will FREE Spalding's Hondsomoly lllutttrnted jet you Catalogue of Sports 72 Paces, with nearly 400 llluitratiom Slew York llae Itranil on II. A. O. SPALDING A. BROS. Chicago Oanvsr zw . : :..".". : b ? miO-IImI- 1 i- cnK 'uti A woman whoe litmband n iih)icuin fur the California Mate priton rrertill) had I. it tilth onr of thecouwet from the in her irion, a ( hinaman, crine s tliort for theft, but wlioe Milir)utnt coimI liehavior had made for lam msuv fririult anions the coxermneui otliciaU. ,101111 wa a Rood cool, and more than rlranl), m the doctor's iMfe haded lum with delight and mourned greatly when the ila) were liuy and John was not allowed beond the pru on walls. ,loh n. whru in the world, had hrard a cood dutl about the "Slutuia siliool" lite of hm fellow ir!rtul and finee his eouhtirinent had thought much on the lubirct Tho doctor was cry proud of ,Iohn' cooking nnd one day invited a few frituiU John wa in liU elrmrnt in for dinner and rired an tla!orte ine4l Anions the man tklirsrirm for deert ordrml li the doctor w ife was an anjel take John ii chief culinary ucre. (Jreal win lit conof-lsternation andauri.rl whe-,1ohn the amueiwrntol the j;urt lTes'an. room earning d huge, bobbed iiuto the nowy, uncut angel eakr, hesrins aero the top lu huge red letters the word "Heav en." John's dinner was a "howling" succeis. rn-trnn DUCKS OR STOCKS? An Intrdtnenl Thai Pay Metier Thau IlabhllitC In NlucL un I lp. A circular . U thrrc am buiiiirn that will iui' better than f 1,773 prolita on $IU) tani tal in Ihn A copy of the circular fell into the hand of a man who nude ll.it ttioind r me iniwrr . )i uiicm, lame, l'kiu, or any other bleed. A ..little girl had 13 rauU With wLirh ?i "f-- ,. u,nin,"- - illlimi'V, HWH-tlowed a brooding chirkrn hen from her inoiiier, sna an me rst were uairneo uui. lit r prohu for the drat ix moullis were W, he kept three hem and a drake for . and the next n months' oieratiiD. It i fair topreu:tir that hrr rolil will beat IrailM for each ix inoiitln, one )er flu, tlirte Don't throw away pood but faded gap jf.us (IS Divide 1S hi her Ii cent and menu. Itcnicinbtr with one hour'n work the iuotunt will Ik- XV llitl l, rach ol hir 1.1 tents will produce 7.1) cent, on $1 and no mil", if ou ue 1'iitnani Kadrlo or HO cent the ntll wilt lie :r.(XM tents, Djea, jou tan make tlum n acaiti. or e.130, on fit") rapiUl the profit would be $X!,a, aaintt the f 1,775. Vtnly a good cluck nt imciluunt is In duck rirgs." Molly "I wonder why thoe l)oll jou sro called lec.horni" bold-esec the little horni on their anVlesJ rulnrr llnriUhlps. l)a)s. "What do you think of thlt wirelrM tfltCure jour couch v.ith lUIe's Honey of "1 think it' one of the word thinctthat llorrhouml and Tar. an iiniHitlon. tlwt'i Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. ever hstipemd. It' soon It'll he o that the Pntty what it i mite from man who cm Into the wod A man KtU jut what he l.ick for at a the nraret pontolliie for the iurpotf ot boarding houc. In many homrt, a man ii CittinK away from hi buitnei iua reat any nionunt i.illing leu fortunati. Alchiiou (ilobc. ceive a him homo to attend to somrthlnit that, In lint aiMrt'onl )ou about our lock ora-tioh- i Dunn that tune had ou minted HO at the brimming and rouiiounded Jour prolits, j our 1(A1 would now be iirariv 1.77 A -- "It ii tent out by s now otrr three )nir firm of aiiire we tipiter f , ou I jt.ir' pun-dl- et niUM.-u- I u. - ,.-- - 1 ! - n - 1 Wc hac not been without Po' Cure for psm it had ennr wronc in hi sbtrnee. he Consumption for 'JO jeani. Lizzie I'errel, I rould have blamed somebody ele for " I'vrning New I Chicago Camp fcl., llarrinburK, Pa,, May 4, 'HI. No man i o good that hi neighbor! can't too late a man thinks of a lot After it of bright thing he might have iaid Chi- - m- - room for iinproviinint. Chicago Daily i New. csso Dall) New. 1 , ct d OiiAJiA, Neb., April 18. A Ik-- special from Itroken How, Custor county, says a pralrlo fire, which started in the Sand hills is raging northwest and west of town, consuming everything in its path. Tom .Morrisscy, of Ilureka Valley, and John Koch were burned to death. The country around Ainsworth iS lit up with huge prairie fires and thousands of dollars' worth of property Is being destroyed. leht Ulth I'lutuls. Tenn., April 18. As a result of a street fight with pistols, Hud Klgg6ins lies mortally wounded and Ohk Moody's chance to live Is alarmingly slim. They are both men ,f fine standing, and the fight is the outcome of an old business trouble. The battle wns a bloody one, both men tiring after falling over each other, e.v hu'usted from the blood shed. Street 1 ChAiiKHViU.K. reason Mrs. Plnkham's treatment helps women bo Is that they have confidence in her. Through some of the many thousands of Mrs. Pink- -' ham's friends an ailing woman will be led to write to Mrs. Pinkham at her home in Lynn, Mass., and will tell her symptoms. The reply, made without charge of any kind, will bear such evidence of knowledge of the trouble that belief in her advice at once inspires hope, This of itself is n great help. Then the knowledge that women only sec the letters asking for advice and women only assist Mrs. Pinkham in replying makes it easy to be explicit about the little things that define the disease. Mrs. Blua Thomas, of 634 Pine St., Easton, Pa., writes: Di:ak Mrs. Pinkham I doctored with two of the best aasaaisMar,Mssg"s?-"-TT-sT,-TI VTf doctors in the citv for two years and had no relief until I began the use of your remedies. My trouble was ulceration of the womb. I suffered something terrible, could not Mcep nights nnd thought sometimes thnt death would be such a I am a well relief. woman, able to do my own work, and have not npain. I used four bottles, ONE CONFIDENCE HELPS TO CURE pHmn I inaf To-du- y lludly Injured. IfxtciiKHTJiJt, N. V., April 17. Ily tho falling of an elevator jused on a building scaffold on the Fajiy block, In this city, Saturday, five men wcrev precipitated to the groiindi a! distance of JO feet. Order to UUcharjra Foldlers, were Washihoto.v, April Monday to Gen. Urookc to disissued agca people, were burned to death. A charge men' in the rcgulnr army In number of others were severely in. Cuba who have enlisted only for tho jured, nar trith Hjialu. 18.-Or- ders Four JAtra Ixiat lu an Alinihoiue Fire. Chatham, N. II., April 17. The county almshouse was burned early Saturday" morning. Four of the inmates, Salt Lakk, Utah, April 18. Lieut, (ol. Charles Ilslcy, formerly in command of tho 0th cnvalry at i'ort Duchesne, Utah, died In this city MonHo MaH recently appointed post day. commander nt Fort Ullcy, Kan., btit wns retired last week. Death uf An Army Oftlrer, HsvVsssssHiAwl writes: of Lydia B, Pinkhmn'a Vegetable Compound and three packages of Sanative Wash nnd cannot thank you enough for it did me." Mrs. M. Stoddard, Box 368, Springfield, Minn.r the-goo- d Dkar Mrs. Pinkham For about four years I was a great sufferer from female troubles. 1 hadbackachcallof thctimc, no appetite, pains in stomach, fainting spells, was weak and my system was completely run down. I also had falling of womb so bad that I could scarcely walk, across the floor. After taking two bottles of ycur Vegetable Compound and ore box of Lozengers, can say I am curecL" . immm''mrn H SOLDIERS RIOT. .One of Their Members Injured in a Saloon Near the 1'iohIiIIo SatuTiluy. anday Night About One ThouMiid Hoi. dler Went to the I'laca and Afler Hutting the Interior Set tho Halooa on Irire. WERE LED INTO AN AMBUSH. ri? Men of the North CUBAN AFFAIRS. Supreme Court to Constat of a dent and Six Associate Justices. Presi- CUBAN ARMY MUSTER Non-Coin- ROLLS. : llaknta llegtiiienf War Killed Hint IwuWooinlril.Udt Dying Shortly Afterward. 15. Thsra Are 0,0011 Commltilnnad Offlean anil 43,000 cloned OH- - cer and I'rlvatea Enumerated. STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. I San Francisco, April 17. Sunday 100 United State soldier were under arrcHt on the Presidio reservation. They nre encamped nnd are guarded by cavalry and the .'JUli Infantry rcgulnrs colored, the force being iu chargc of Adjt. Mont. Harris. The offense of the men wan the burning down of a saloon just outside tho reservation Hiicn In which Private Charles L. King, Company O, SSd wm brutally beaten Saturday night that he Is not expected to live. Private Clark, of Company F, nUo of the 'J:id regiment, Is lu thu guard house charged with tho assault, but the soldiers assert that tho saloon people arc responsible and claim that tho proprietor, A. I. Kchfrld, waH tho chief v sallnnt of tho injured man. A report being circulated Sunday that King wan dead, the place was set on tire Sunday night ami destroyed, at an Act of retribution. Tho trou bio began Saturday night when several recruits went to tho which U known ns tho l'resldlo club cafe. There were several women In tho place and a row soon started over one of them, lu which nearly nil the men present participated. When comparative order had been restored, It wan seen that Private King had been seriously injured about tho head, his skull being fractured and bis features badly battered. He mm taken to the Presidio reservation nud his nasallnnt, Private Clark, placed in tho guardhouse. I'.nriy Sunday morning some one started tho story among tho troops that King was dead. Despite tho de nials by tho officers the report spread, nnd by nightfall the men had becomo wildly c.telted. Soon after dark near ly l.OOO of them proceeded to the saloon where the row had occurred, and nfter gutting its Interior, sot lire to it in several places no ono daring to interfere. d The Incendiaries in uniform, nn Impromptu bucket brigade and prevented tho adjoining buildings During tho progfrom catching lire. ress of the flame tho soldiers are said to have discharged many shots in tho air nnd Indulged lu much hilarity. night 11 sup-pose- d estab-lUhe- " ' nshc they returned to tho reservation nnd were promptly put under arrest by Col. Freeman, of tho Sllh t'nltcd States Infantry, commandant of tl.o post. All of tho men implicated in the nre white' Tho colored troops, none of whom took part, wore placed over them as a guard, tho cavalry lending Its assistance. There being no guard house of sultlclcul capacity tho prisoners were rounded upon the open. The men were nearly all to sail for Manila In a fe.w days on the outgoing licet of transports. nf-fra- y V)iti)iat Imimm iiajlllivau'rodimtMlito VAST CROWD 11 x Celebration WaTdRENCHED of the Itrtutn nf thn Dulled Males Cruder lUlrlgh at Vork Vrry Had Weather. fr 17. The celebration attending the return of the United States cruiser Ualelgh from Manila, which had to be postponed Saturday owing to the wnr ship's late arrival, occurred Suudny. The Knlcigh, accompanied by two small war vessels captured from tho Spaniards Inst summer, and n licet of about U5 excursion steamers and tugboats, paraded from Tompkliisvlllc to Grunt's tomb, nnd from there back to nnchonige in tho North river oft street. It would have been dltllcult to have selected more inclement or disagreeable weather than that which prevailed all the time that the Ualelgh was pnssiug in review bo foro tho thousands of enthusiastic people who liued tho river banks nnd gave her their hearty cheers of welFifty-fourt- h Nr.w Yoiik, April come home. The. Deaf Can Now Hear. Mnnil.K, Ala., April 17. Kccso Hutch- graduate of Auburn college, Alabama, is exhibiting here his nppnratus for making tho augments vibration and deaf hcar.-.H- e enables deaf mutes to hear words spoken lu ordinary tones, and also to hear uniio, guitar, tho phonograph and enjoy other music Tho apparatus for llio use of the deaf is tho size of a pockctbook, and Is connected by wires ivlth an nudiphone, which W hold at the car. Two totally deaf men were experimented with. They stood 50 feet from tho piano and marked the time of tho music, laughing with delight over tho novel experience. ison, a young electrician, Ilullt Ills Tenth. , Ghkkm'I', Ky., April 17. Win. one of Carter county's oldest nud best respected citizens, has just had completed a tomb for his Itody nfi',r. death. It is built of brick and cetnunt-nnIs a very substantial structure Sauls-bury- Cirn. Heifer eerlonalf III SrniNOKiKM), ()., April 18, Maj. Ocn. J. Warren Koifer passed a rcstlcu night-- Ho was about tho samo Saturday morning. ' There arc fear that his condition Is more Mrious than la siren out Havana, April 15. Tho Cuban army muster rolls, which wcro delivered erly direction ulong tho road to Thursday evening to Gov. Gen. Brooke The I'resldent Will Uecelvit tJO.OOO a SHOT FOUfc. TIMES. WILL TUTT EXECUTED. a party of 00 sharpshooter! through Senor Domingo Mcndcz Ca-- Oen. Le Head III rarewell AddreM and under Lieut. Southern, of the Washpote, are prepared lu a neat, clerical Cotntnand-Ua- n. Ootnat to Ills SllnUter Fatally ington regiment, came upon a trench style, the 1,200 broad sheets showing The Wife Murderer Rndt lilt Earthly Ca. The Son of a Methodist In Disorderly Daughter VUlts tlen. LeeWonndsa Companion a raor oa the Hallows at Maylleld Ills on their face 40,600 names 0,000 comacross tho road about a tnllo out of llouie at Falmouth, Ky. Nerve railed lllm. genLieut. Southern wu Santa Crus. Havana. April 17. Tho Cuban corps, missioned ofllcers and 48,000 wounded. nnd privntes. The svholf eral, Pedro Diaz, of tho 6th army Falmouth, Ky., April 17. Sunday .Matfiri.d, Ky April 14. Will Tutt, The Americans then advanced with in tho province of Plnar del Rio, statement Is In orderly arrangement tho Negro wife murderer, was exe- morning, about 2 o'clock, at a disordertho mounted guns and tho 14th Infan offered 150 a month nnd tho command of corps, regiments, battalions and cuted from tho gallows Inside the coun- ly house In this city, George It. Greene, try battalions in the center, Linck'a of 'JO0 rural police In his province I company scores. ty jallyard at 9:27 Thursday morning,, of Wnrsaw, Ky., shot and fatally Inbattalion of tho 1st Idaho on tho right declined tho proposition on tho ground The United States authorities make and pronounced dead in nine minutes jured Ocorgo Kells of Wllllnmstown, I, tli nmniint tendered ITU '"" no attempt to reconcile the 42.000 non- by Drs. J. II. Crccry and J. I and Fraino's battalion of tho North four being Ky., shot Kclls Dakota Infantry on the left, both small. Ilrlg. Ocn. Henry 0. HasbroutU, commissioned officers nnd privates InJr. The condemned man re- times once in the face just below Hanking. The trench was carried commander of tho military department dicated by these rolls with the 13,215 fused to address the large crowd from the left eye, twice In the left side and without loss to the Americans. of Plnardcl llio, raised the offer to V00 given in the estimates prepared undct the platform especially constructed once in tho left arm. He is now at the Pansangha was found deserted. a month. These figures Gem Mio ' the direction of tho provisional for that purpose, but asked to bo car- point of death, and Greene has been on tho Ixjrdar of considering and will probably accrpt. Four monuments As a matter of fact since the ried to the gallows He appeared In- arrested and lodged In jail here. Tho the village celebrate thu proclamation His force will be mounted, each prltatc American figures wore published il different until the noose was placed parties were friends and were drinkof Filipino Independence, issued lust receiving 530 a month nnd proYldinR lias developed that they were In around his neck, when his nerve fail- ing f reely when the difficulty arose re year and glorify "Aguinnldo. the liber- his own equipment. some Foi ed him and he became so weak he sulting iu the shooting. misleading. respects ator." In The decree constituting the supreme Instance, province ol could hardly stund alone. Before leavGreene's father is a prominent the The troops on entering the abandon- court luiH been prepared with elaborate Santiago Gen. Leonard Wood, ing tho cell Ucvs. Itobcrts Jewell and Methodist minister at Warsaw, whllo ed houses found them in perfect, order. care by Senor Lanuza. secretary of the governor, reported that there wat Latham, white ministers prayed and Kells' father nnd people in Orantc.oun-t- y A few gucriUa shots were exchanged, justice In Gen. Brooke's advisory rh- - no Cubans in arms. At headquarter! talked with him und received expresnre largo property holders and one member of the Htli regiment Inot, nnd nfter thorough consideration hcic thin wns taken to mean that, there sions of confidence ns to his hereafter. Illg Ix)ulvllle l'lant Sold. leg by his by the cabinet Is ready to be promul were no Cuban soldiers organized; bul Tutt shot and almost Instantly killed was shot In tho Louisvii.i.k, Ky., April 15. The alining gated, who wcro comrades Ccu. Wuoil meant that there vcrc no his wife in this city on the morning of & Ott Manufacturing company, of Filipino a One Cariboo. Ht It establishes a tribunal of Imt - Cuban soldiers In regular camps the August 11, 180", because she told live wcro wounded in Dcal in civil nnd criminal "proceedinjrs, practice being for the Cuban soldiery him she wns going to n baseball game this city, has sold out to the American. was killed and the encounter beyond Tongas. This vesting tho now body with fullj jari to separate, going to their hornet with another man. He wns 27 yeara Plumbing and Lead Pipe company. was an ambush. Klght men of thu diction over such cases ns formerly ninl to conic togctlur fortnightly of age, brownish color, good appear- The consideration has not been mado is known to be moro North Dakota regiment moving iu went for final decision to Madritt The with nuns review, ance und six feet In height. Uurlal public, but it for their The combine is than S1,000,000. yetbecn dispersing again afterward. Conse single file through the woods received personnel of the court has not was nt the colored people's cemetery. said to be incorporated at a volley from a clump of bushes nbout announced; but the tribunal stjllcou-sls- t quently for tho province of Santiago Tutt came to Mayficld from Owens-borand the Ahrens k Ott plant 50 feet away. Only one got off unhurt. of a president nt a salary of nlone some thousands must be added Ky., just prior to his- bloody is the largest It has acquired. Mr. oi &ix to the American figures. Moreover, ad(American) nnd He dragged a comtaik", with four bul- JMJ.00Ocrime. Theodore Ahrens president of tho at salaries lets lu his body, to the main forco and associate justices ditional thousands must be eliminated Shortly before the execution Tutt then led the troops lack to the spot of 85,500. The attorney general $vill re- from the Cuban lists, because tho men sent for three white minister, saying company, who has been In New York making negotiations for the sale, The 0th represented arc now in otllcial employ. attack. The Filipinos were taslly scat- ceive n salary of 55,750. the Negroes swore his life away nnd wired Thursday cveninjf that it had Illinois volunteers and the 'Jd wftlllcry Nevertheless, there is a wide difference he hnd no confidence In them. Tho tered. Additional Flllpliiodenrt found north were reviewed Sunday by Oct. Hen. between the American estimates and ministers prayed with him nnd Tutt been consummated. Dr. Combt' Victim Dead. cf Santa Crux swell tho number of tho II rook c, (5en. Lee and Ocn.Oomez- 1 " the assembly's lists. The Americans professed conversion. The condemned enemy killed on Monday to 150, In- parade took place nt 5 o'cloclcffcundaj will scrutinize the latter carefully und man made several attempts to speak on Richmond, Ky., April 15. As a recluding Paolo Agulrre, one of tho lead- afternoon. J begin the scaffold, but broke down ench time. sult of a pistol shot wound by Dr. It. when payments the There wcro 010 men In thernk, the named ers and 13 oil leers. must When the trap was sprung the rope B. Combs, Charles Wllloughby died at individuals According to tho statement of somo the Inst of tho 7th corps, nd the; be by identified the rarlout slipped und death resulted from strnn-g- u "College Hill Friday morning. Combj . of the prisoner, the Filipinos drove a made an admirable allowing; company captains. The Americans of ntion. Fifty people were admitted and Wllloughby had been bitter 109 .Spanish prisoners and 12 priests In the farewell order which bt course, will In no way question any to the hanging, four Negroes among enemies for months. The men met in a store by accident and Wllloughby lito Santa Crux at the point of tho read, said among other things thu apparently genuine Identification, so them. myonct on Sunday night. Four other it had been tho purpose o'f Prcsl that tho rolls must largely be tr.kcn as struck Combs with an ax handle, alexecuSeveral women witnessed the McKlulcy to assign tt0 tllt prepared in sod faith. If the lists tion from jail windows Tutt was to most braining him. Combs shot his uf starvation. priests died dent It appears that the Filipino force at 7th corps tho duty nnd honor vouched for tally more than CO, 000 non- play with a Mayficld team In a game assailant. They had quarreled about Santa Cm, consisted of 300 rlllos and of lending tho nssault upga Hi-- , commissioned officers nnd privates the of baseball at Columbus, Ky. His wife a woman. AfAs ho lacks sufficient vana hnd that been necessary. 1,000 bolos. Presented S.10,000 to Berea College. shares with the deductions, will prob- insisted on going to Columbus to see t loops for garrisoning, Gen. Lnwtou ter the narado Ocn. Gomez and h.i' ably be less than S100 each. These de- the game. Tutt became enraged at her Ciiicaoo. April 14. D. Iv. Pearson, ol Svt- will withdraw from tho towns entered. dnuchtcr ttaldu visit to Ocn. tails have not yet been settled. insistence and finally fired four pistol Chicago, Wednesday presented 850,000 Not n house has been burned. orlta Gomez will return to Satito At the meeting between Gen. llrookc balls into her body, ono piercing tho to Ilerca (Ky.) college, which Is to be It is hoped that this rerpect for this week but her fattier and Ocn. Gomez with the other ten heart. He rushed out exclaiming: used as an endowment fund. Nearly 1 property will convinco tho natives probably reman here IndoUimajy. generals Friday, pleasant Now you are going to Columbus are a year ago Mr. Pearson said that he Cuban of the good intentions of tho AmeriTho work of buildlnir tho UfcrracnH thlhgs wcro said nil mound. Ocn. youv would give 550,000 when S150.000 had - . i. , " Gomer. wns able to show the cans. lor the regulars nt Lamp coiui been subscribed. A short time ago Depart At Punsangha a woman was found not yet been begun. Nothing lktbcif Cuban commanders how well he Can Practice ltefore the Interior this was done, and President W. IK went. ML"' il ' OiGamble, .bidden In a.basUotRtiil n. youth tnirlcJ built thus far Jxccpt tho frau the and stood nt headquarters, 10. .Thcfollow- - 1'rost and Trustee David Washington, April '""'" tnTmtidre'xcepTl"to"'Rlh heatC'lTotU' of the stables. fproccedlnga were a further demonstra Ing Kentucky attorneys hnvc been of Cincinnati, came to Chicago to" roe wcro given food and money. Tho morguo nillclnls report tli aVV tion of the good feeling ot 'tne moans mind Mr. 1'carson of his promise. All relented with soldier who wns killed in the IWit toward Ocn. llrookc, n sentiment which admitted to practice before tho inShwiiiIII Kilolon at Owentnn. department: George A. Horton, American proclamations to bo dis- with the police nt tho docks luulltn In nnd out of public life is exceedingly terior Owknton, Ky., April 13. The boiler to their friends. by Private Niles, Jati xy cordial, owiug to his unfailing pa- Alex; Win. 1). Tolle Glnsgow; N. L. Identified tributed Payne, Plummcr's Landing; MissMary' of the sawmill nt Sweet Owen exploded Lieut. It rook c has brought to Manila (i, 'Jd artillery, as that of Trii ato tience and courtesy. E. Vernon, Stanford; It. II. Stovall. Tuesday, instantly killing Iluaeh Lione of tho captured steamers with fivo Frank Hush, of tho Massaclu Us ot the American dead, ten of tho volunteers, who hnd been missing si co GEN. ALGER WILL NOT RESIGN Wicklillc; .lames M. Simmons, How- kens and severely Injuring Jas. Linn. ling Green; II. II. Davis, Ccntcrtown; Tho explosion is thought to bo the rewounded and 50 who wcro sick. Most Sunday last. sult of n defect in the boiler, as the jt the sick attribute their disorders to rceretary ir Hr Sajm That I he lie. Joseph I. Landes Hopkinsvillc; The Ilargett, Hrooksville. pressure was not high. Likens wat port That lie Will Itellro From the the Cuban campaign. Through tho THE NEW SPANISH MINISTER tho engineer. Cabinet l Without I'otiniUtlou treachery or Ignorance of the Filipinos' IezlnKton Tax Levy. tri at pilot tho steamer was stranded n wholo DuWe l .rrna .t Lexington' Hoy llnrglar. April 1.1. Secretary Wasiiinoton. Lkxinoton, Ky., April 14. The tax Havana, .Slnnila, Hollo, San Jni Jay, tho provisions failed anil thcro Lexington, Ky., April 15. Orlia Alger Friday ulght put an affective levy for 1S80 has been fixed by the and ClrnfneRn Created. was some suffering on that score. reports that fiscal court nt 43; cents on the S100 Jones, Lexington's famous boy burquietus on the persistent (Sen. Lawton is marching ncrth, Mad:iii, April 17. The Official p.v he contemplated rctiicmcnt from the valuation of property outside of the glar, has just been located in tin along the road between tho hills and y.ctto Suudny contnlns n royal ilrJreo cabinet by a positive and unequivocal city of Lexington, nnd 42K centsonnll Moundsvillc (W. Va.) penitentiary, Mio lake, with the gunboats Napidan appointing the Duke do Arcos to statement that the reports wcro abso- within tho corporate limits Tho dif- where he completes n term of on mil Lngnnn do Hay abreast of his Spanish envoy extraordinary und t lutely without foundation and that un- ference in the one cent between the yenr's Imprisonment for burglary Sat troops. The enemy Is retreating north Istcr plenipotentiary to tho United less some unforsccn and unlookcd city und county is because of a tax of urday. Capt. Wilkerson has gone foi nard States. for contingency arises he proposes to one cent for K. U. railroad bonds, vot- him with requisition pnpers On Wednesday the troops crossed 1 ho decree r.lso creates consulntcf at remain secretary of war through- ed by the citizens of the county. Morrill Memorial Service. tho Paghanjan nnd concentrated at Havana, Manila. Hollo, Secretary San Juanldc out this administration. Lkxinoton. Kj-.- , April 10. Tho Statt Lambun, tit the mouth 0 tho. river. Porto Itico nnd Clenfuegos. AVhUUy Mill In a Smokehonte. Alger had hit attention called to recent College of Kentucky, which owes itt After leaving two companies of tho Columiiia, Ky., April la. Deputy Senor Lnrrcn, now Spanish consul at rumors that ho would resign after the existence to the land grants effected 14th regiment to guard tho entrance of Antwerp, Is transferred to llav.itia; investigation into the conduct of the Kcvcnuc Collector Will Hawkins and by the late Senator Justin S. Morrill, tho river, tho troops marched to Lon Sonor llouilla, now nt Shanghai, is Incident matters cease and Deputy United Stntcs Marshals Page gas nnd found it deserted. Furniture pointed to Manila nnd Senor L'n PP- war und successor already hnd been de- nud Coffey raided a moonshine still on of Vermont, celebrated its beucfactor't to that his which had been drop pod in tho Might miles birthday Friday with becoming exer goes to Antwerp. termined upon, lie said all statements Wheat X Williams' farm, nine of tho natives wns scattered along tho was of clscs. from here, Thursday. The still Ocn. Ulos, Spain's principal cfm- - of that character were false. Coleman for Senator. trails leading into tho hills. capacity, and was located In mander In tho Philippines, cables t at Ky., April 10. Tin Woimtvii.i.K, Maj. Woiscnbergcr's sharpshooters SNOW BLOCKADE IS BROKEN. a smokehouse. Mart Wheat and Jack Mill. Ocn. Otis has granted him a ifo were sent toward Pactos Aucontonia In is charged, operated democratic convention for the Twenty-firs- t Hcnnctt, who, It conduct for his chief of staff and' senatorial district, in session her tho afternoon. They ran upon a ncht officer whom ho is sendin; to rraln on the Colorado IUIItr.17, After ail the still, were captured. of rebels iu some thick bushes, which Friday, nominated W. O. Coleman, ol 77 ! J . AieAEaln liiierruution of Agulualdo with ft letter demand ng Toot the Wrong Medicine. alTordcil n splendid cover. Fivo men Trimble, for stnte senator, Dc Haven, In Operntloii, thu liberation of the Spanish prisoners WlNciiKsriiit, Ky.. April 10. Mrs who had carried one county, witlu of the North Dakota regiment wcro iu the name of humanity nnd interna-tionDi'M'Krt. Col., April 15. -- The Colo- Klla Jeffries, wife of County Attorney drawing. killed nnd two were wounded, two of law. rado Midland allway blockade west Sam A. Jeffries took a poisonous drug the former dying nfter having boon vt on by Central. and Friday afternoon through mistake. In tho event of n refusal, tho com- of Lendvllle wut broken brought to Long'as church, where Richmond, Ky., April 10. A larga missioners will r.slc Agulualdo for n through traffic, which had been inter- Prompt medical aid was rendered. Father McKIuuon administered tho defiulto decision Intercollein order thnt they rupted for 77 days, wns resumed. Two The chances arc In fnvor of her re- crowd witnessed the first Micramcut to them. giate league game of baseball, played may ncqunlut the civilized world with through freight trains were started covery. Tho main body of the American on the campus hero Friday between Ocn. Klos has em- from Colorado Spring at noon and Kentucky K.dltnr' Meeting. troops, while nt dinner in Lon gas, his nttitude. the teams of Central university, thii surthe rcgulur passenger train schedule heard the II ring and advanced to tho powered them to offer to Lkxinoton, Ky., April 10. The Ken- city, and tho Kentucky university Much to Agulualdo 1,000 Filipino will be restored again. support of tho sharpshooters. A scout render association has decided to Lexington. prisoners who have been placed at tho difficulty has been experienced In tucky Press from a hill saw tho llttlo light and annual convention at HenderSpanish commander's disposal by ucn. breaking the blockade both on hold its Flnt Mute Sold to .Stilton Young mnny white coats running Into tho U nnd 12, nud will leave Lkxinoton, Ky., April 14. Milton Otis. snowbankn, son on July on its annual outing account of the enormous hills. The Laguna dc Hay, at tho befor Pctoskcy Young has purchased of Bromley A which were iu places ': feet high, and July 12. A I.arce (.outrxrt for I)ri'ril Heef. ginning of the tight, shelled tho hills, Co., tho thoroughbred stallion First rails wcro Kansas Citv. April 17. One of tho bora u so for many miles the nihking them too hot for tho enemy. Cotlngton Coupl Married. ' ,m' Mate, a chestnut, 0 years old, Ice, which had to be cut Tho Americans entered San Antonio largest contracts for dressed beef ever covered with Lkxinoton, Ky., April 15. Linn so, dnm Mess Mate. He will be taken ta arc at sunset without meeting with nny placed by tho United States govern- uw.ty by hand. No further delays Ilrown and Itcssic J. Douglass of Cov- MeOarthian at once. llromley & Co. Twenty unarmed prison- ment has just been nrranged with a anticipated. reslstnncc. ington, were mnrricd by Squlro Graves paid 815,000 for him. local packing house. The contract la ers, bearing copies of the proclamation Mnrtlu .lullnn Crlllnill) III. It was not Julian, Thursday. They claim that Tipton Make a Correction. Nkw Yoiik. April of the United States Philippine com- for 1,500,0110 pounds of best eporl an elopement. Lkxinoton, Ky., April 14. Kd Tipmission, which they had somehow se- dressed beef to be shipped to tho Phil- manager of Hob Fitzslminons. is in a Lawrencehurg Failure. ton wires that the rumor of a cured, wcro aftcrwnrd released and ippine islands for tho government critical condition with typhoid pneucombination sale of horses, ta FnANKFOKT, Ky., April 15. S. L. sent, outside our lines with bundles of troops. Tho beef will all bo furnished monia tit the Union Square hotel, in was taken ill Searcy, of Lawrcuceburg, Ky.. filed a bo held at Cleveland, O., is without in Knnsns City and 12 carlonds for this city. Mr. .lulinn pioclamatlons to distribute. will bo started for the west at Saturday evening and grew rapidly petition in bankruptcy Thursday. Lia- foundation. The report Is said to have Ths 4th cavalry Is guarding Santa been started by u rival salo firm. bilities, Sl,000; assets $3,000. once. rvor.se. Crui. Ills Third Term. Tho Wrecked Steamer Speed. Knillr.. Chain Syitem Illegal. tted Itonlc Admitted a F.vlilriur. Kerretary Alger Home. Howi.ino t'iKKK.v. Ky,. April t5. Fred Ky., April in. The unL0UISVII.1.K, April ir. -- The post offlco Pnit.ADKi.iMiU, April 17. Tho noted Cincinnati. Wabiiinoto.v, April 15. A dispatch red book, so dnftuiging to Quay, has department received word from Wash- derwriters decided not to remove the ltowlus has been sentenced to three has bron received at tho war department from Secretnry Alger, who has been admitted as evidence. At 10:;io ington Friday that Harrison I. Hnrrett. freight of the John K. Speed, which years iu tho penitentiary for horseUnitsank Sunday, until the river rises At stealing. This will bo his third term Just arrived nt Ft. Monroe, saying that Saturday Mr. Hothcrmcl offered thu assistant attorney general of the declared tho "eudless dark the gauge showed 0 feet 0 inches in this stuto ""for the samo offense, bebook ns n book of the bank. Tho do ed States, has he will reach Washington Friday on the falls. There seems to be no sides one lu the state of Illinois. It has been expected that tho fondant's nttorncya Immediately ob- chain" scheme Illegal. danger of tho Speed breaking up. secretary wouln go to New York, but jected to its ndn.lsslon. Young llrlde Attempt SulcWo. f to Duty. sdm. Schley ho changed his mind aluce leaving San Vkksaimju, Ky., April 11. -- Mrs. Will lie Intended One Year, Not the Itlght Man. April 1. Hr. Adm. Wasiiinoton. Juan. Wasiuxo rox, April 17. The admi- W. S. Schley, who hns been on wnlting Lkxinoton, Ky.. April 13- .- ill ram Robert I Ilurd. ugwl 30. attemptm! nistration has notified tho Cuban plant- orders since relieved of the command Collins, arrested here as the supposed suicide Thursday tor a second time in Awaiting Gan. Wheeler. Honor miiidcrcrof William Katou, in Mndl-- I three weeks by taking morphine. Her Chicago, April 15. A Washington ers' delegation now here that mort of the flying squadron, wns Friday gage obligations in Cuba will be ex of thi son county, 18 years ago, was uol the life was saved ivlth dlflleiilty. Finanspecial says Gen. Whoelcr will soon be to duty as u member cial troubles ot her husband the iaus tended for oao year. man wanted and was released, wade military governor of Manila. naval examining board in this city. Manila, April Starting In eastPan-sang- - Dus-muke- s, gov-rrnor- f Ah-re- I- 0, o, - f - leo-Lee- & Ic 1 ' Mar-madu- ke ppolnteil-Cnima'.a- i.i h er nl -- -- 13.-M- artin Fnsig-Tlpto- n ex-po- rt nft-rrnoo- n. Ail-ner- r - - rarWT ?? samift 'fZ&ji ii i j'fc.wu-iMwlfofrw- &j .1 .... ir nil "V"Hsjht3jk;ij HWi riV'fc ."taw'iiWMfll; "'" M . "t SMtafc f&V mm . -- rrrwr.ty v "V i" ,- w J" .a la r r1 - LOCAL KEVINS. llWFWKO'lJlWirWWMll"1' T lU'inaml For an Income Tax 1 Fmmj I .NwWtlUjnsfiKirW . .- -, mww l IIIMMIHIIMMin, Going to Build This Spring? Wo can f nmish you with everything needed to bnild v ith . . . ut . . . YERY LOWEST PRICES, Rongh Lumber, Dressed Lumber, indows. Doors and Sash and Blinds?, Shingles. Nail-Builders Hardware, Paints and Oils, Lune, Cement and Plaster. Let us tlguro with you. N , L. P. &WTS. Ellison As tho Now York Journnl Jirf The roads aro improving. "If Mr. Koekfellcr wero it (ht Whitewashing J imo is at hand. man lie would pay nu income 10 has broke and of 180.000 ii jiMir In nddilio It seems that winter tlioHo ilir lii other taxes, him spring has conic- at last. would ill! bo paid not klO'l Lock Brevard, now a cttUcuof Ful- taxi'H noil." Who uro the men who In1" ton, wiw in tho city Sunday. tho goveruin it I -- Dr. V.. L. Williams, of Clayton, elH most from Surely tlu nro those who ,je city Monday. Tenu., was in tho tho greatest anion in oi prod rii Sir. P. J. Fren. has knight tho Dr. to bo protected. Aim yot IS Phelps property. Kast Hickman. ate tho men who nro nllowe A protracted meeting will lgiu t escape tho payment of luxe tn tho Methodist church ne.t Sunday. tho government of thin count t ?T Tho Lndies have a cordial in iftlioiieh won to vlt The New City Bakwy. their iust shore of forced by e taxes Mis Matti Oman of Tiptonvillo. .inn eminent of the United S utet. Tenu , is uniting Mrs. W. J. Harper. there would bo no bin den to h at 1ms returned Mrs. Jennie plain of. The people realize home after lsttmg at Dyersbnrg, Ifim. ami mo (lemnnii lor an im Klino Kwves and Mis Ida Miytiiv will soon become too oil riot Moore isited friends nt Fulton Sunday. t0 j)0 uutivr ilf ufctl. Mr Cliiv Lewis, the hiMling agent home uule rim i'iiilii'I'i.n for the Lee "Line, was in the city - Don't That wo aro & G934 DHfllltlMtfi ftw Wi ) SUM m ii -- i HEADQUARTERS SScl for i) V Chill Tonics, f& PyHY&ODr ait w vs. " I Vil-o- Couh Synips, Toilet Articles, If You Want Reliable Shoes. SUMK SI10KS LOOK VIVA.L, HUT 1TKAR I1A1H.Y. ' , Mon-iln- OUR SIIOI5S look well, fit well, anil wear well. You U Railrouri Tfiuc Tab If. N., O. & St. L. K. R. I Ti..,wirlwrforAnril thus far has not been such im to inspire tho spring, poet. Mr. farmer Friday. 5?JSn!S; OTf S!-- expref6eH 1 b-i- At tho recent mooting oi the club, n tier Manhattan tdiigle was read from Mlchuel Diititt the tx Lowney's Candies, gt no pliijr but thfy Wo liuvo a few clieuji SIioch, hero. re not for bale. u- - .i w C"Trv a barrel of Krin Limo and Star Cement from Lbukoko ite Kookiu.. m Trtlo Nu. 43 ut 9 10 p. m None better. in Train No. a, at 2 Vi p. m. Trnlii o. I, .' Mr. IL J. Burnett, of Nashville, Tumi., visited his brother, Kufo Bur OUll linns Men's, Hovm, Udieti, Miss. and Children' U. C. V. Reunion. nett, lust vieek $ The prospect is good for a bountiful IJ. ,V lillilJ V.V 1U If UiiiiJ The next United Oonfoderate crop of apples jiears. cherries and plnui!-- , bo excol miy nrp lotw aou'm nhnwiti. Stylinli, nervlcenblff Veterans' Keuiiion, at Oharloeton. but ienc. he and berries will short. ShiM, k thU Store's motto for the cuoii ahead. meeting of The 8. C, the crndlo of the Ooutcder-acy- , tho First 20th DLstnct Educational AssociaOUK LINK IjmIIiV (."iwtoin nindo Strap Slipper, Oxfords and will be held May 10th, 11th, tion is to bo held at Princeton, .May 5th Irior' AlbeHi. In hi el. xiirinc In tl. Cliixsilntt Bin! f tttt and Oth. 12th ntnl 13th. Gen. Jo. Wheeler iitnt nnu-nrffiim (Im ........an t Hiack, nmimon nud txHuiuou nenso worth (2. Nl Jill Mr. F. M. Trevathan, of Union the governed, and the lteiulilik of Q A NNeMtl thorn nt. will deliver the oration. Reduced Y Sunday night, ac- tho United States ouirlil to linftl,.4- -' City, returned homo I v I 1 railroad rates, one cent a mile, we companied by her ueice.s, .Milled May of civilized nations to n opt lnt ami Dolly Greene. learu has been secured. V I CASH W tho unjtiBt, nggresnivo imperm IH3 S!HK BIGE&KflYLOB. (?) Tho Fourth Tcnnesco Regiment is , to bo mastered out M.ty lltli, ami tlio wliioh tho fatliery of it iudetn n! WE'RE EXPANMM.. iJ A'G&Uvl$M & S,Vitfi loys will come marching homo about en co fought against nud couqp t: tho 12th or 13th. eil uuiler Waahiugton." April 19 The Washington, administration having had a taste car A nice lot of Floor Mnttinra. tho Hare Done Their Duty. of expansion seeuiH determined to latest patterns from 12o to JWc per yard. ii. o.amhcico. IVMHMMMtffli iHBHi flHHH take in other territory. Tho beGovernor Lee, of South DllcnI .H-.TgTim' lief i growing Hint Nicarngim will -- : - linvn tnkon ndvnntatro i In, has written -: to President kk ; J mm be annexed. This, it in argued, or tlio tow pretty nays mis wcck ami. ivs ,Ki,iev ,it.m,jjn,, retnr of ,i rmwn.snKtn.n lint fpv nf Htnill Jim to would simplify the canal building the Snulh Dakota vnlunteerHfl 0111 and develop tho resources along bo seen on our btreets. tlin Plilli lill.inu tin ut.ilnil u Zfatz. JavtSL2tamii Caruthcrsvillo DciiHKrat : DnnCo...... ..i.it. 3 the line. ""-' "u ' ni.i u l U"K" rum. Will Bobo and Miss Flora Corum hicll tllOV O WP to their OOOti last week. lnft for Iliekmnn. Kv ADTAXTAUE OF THE MUAU.UJUAN where they will make thoir futiureitiud ItB flag," and should be nllj UAXAL. home. oil to return home, lie sai: Tiicro is no guess work in this More. Mr. Tom Dillon, jr., of HicUmanA "N u view their preent or ... flit Id spite of the impetus recently was elected Grand Assistant Dictator, hire retention iih uiii'Otintltuli: no us tl aim "amis Special ntteiilloii civcti to the selling of Keal Ktate of all klnd at tho bossiou of tho Grand Lodxo of lllui- - violation of the law wl given to the geographical study, tho K. of H , iu Louisville, hwt week. ' ' repti'MMitHn full line of tho best and most rolUble Fire Insnr- called tho organization into lit t it is probable that ten out of A deserved promotion. in ni.ii that .tniii itiuiii. e iroiMo m sou you saxuiy nil,,,.,, niniiii1ini.. it..!...' tinKiiiiH. ,. tin. tui n V , ,. and feel oure they will not bi I . n iji r r. twelve well read persons will es the hhaJH! of An Iowa man declares that thero tamed against tiietr win, ugi 1 iuu., hihi nan airrany i.uuio.vi. nr.. r.r i r 10(),()()II Mre ..,,i uo that p.ilil out largely over lusuratico in Hickman and vicinitimate the, distance , between Liv- - I will bewill HummeriuthLs year, but tw it the law nud ngiunnt the tl freeze . ty, ami In IhhuIul' the chenpeNi and best policy of any rrenlur Lt'ft , . vn"i water the year 1810. every month, pre ouse of people of our state ..i did iu This tamlliar iuui auu kMU i'lniibiauu) ilitntiritiioo Untntiniiy iIiiIhk ttiilnaa la this eoantrv. lis aeHeli Horn, to be at least one thonsaud diction couiCB'from away up northwest. out offering reason for nxr your patronage, (hill nud ee him. '4'iyj miles longer than from New York Prof. Johnson, au aeronnnt, made a n I KyJ W.G.Wivn:i:.drinrBast,01irt foot ascension at Sikistoa, Mo., says ho has sold Plantation CNli Juri to the same port of the Golden 2,500 day List ouo week. When ho tried to for many years, and among t ft lau Gate; but it is actually one bund cut loose his parachute, it would not chill tonics he tlnds the pj.ui. .V tin We aro goiiiK to trj ami put tho prices mi low time uo one else can go dred and fifty miles shorter! the work, and ho fell with tho balloou, nar most reliable he Hells . rent rowly escaping death. low er and kef u rim of tho sheriff's from tlio ouiniiie tuni-sv dt ONljr two routes being respectively hnntte. Tlmtf our propCdUiou. "1 -- A newly married editor pets off tho ' en use, and tN!0cure V'Vuerujau lit 'T 690 and U.S30 miles long. The Como and give u a visit. w iM.tlU : What is tho diffeivuco bo great surprise, however, la to find followiuchoneycomb, a honeymoon, and tween a GnN. Gomez, the Cnhnir l$n that New Orleuus is farther away a pretty girl? A honeycomb is a small than either of the other two cities, coll, a lioneymoon is a big soil, and a era! is to iitiend the General tho tint (Jon vent Ion in Louis illlp, .isian being 15.052 miles from San Fran- pretty girl is a daru-scStooliens & Smith. cisco. When the Nicarnguau caCity will do tho proper thing delegate Union nal is opened this southern city lu eutertniuiiiK tlio members or tho Itli will be distant 1,047 miles from Tenu., when they return homo in a few A number Fulton ber western sister; New York will days. belong to thisofregiment, County among boys be distant 4,910 miles; and Liver- them Warner Brevard and Will pool 7,594 miles. The economy to the shipping interests of EngKgi. Call and get a freo wimple of land and America alone would pay Ch.iao & Sanborn's famoas Hooted CofMowers, &c II. Buchanan. for the canal twice over in a short fee, sold only by time, to say nothing of the adBon jainiu Franklin onco said a good Call and look nt : Iinitletncuts before buying. mxr vantage to commerce of reaching newspaper and a biblo in oven' house ; n school nouso in every itistnci markets hitherto inaccessible. every S Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. church iu as they neighborhood- tho sup ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN predated deserve are jwrters of virtue, morality, civil liberty "UL zl7m A PATKIOTIC BEl'LY. and religion. The handlo factory referred to in estab la reply to a letter requesting last week's Conrier has decided to bo un lish a plant iu Hickman. It will ?! hia Bignnture ton petition iiBking)llor ti,0 Kem.mi mnnaKcmcut of air. J. will, it is said, employ (Vii Navy to name T. Casscttyi-nu- d the Secretary of the 'Jv j 15 is to bo moved from one of the new cruiBers "Gettys- about hands. It ' Lewisbnrg, Teim. W 14 burg," Gov. Stone, of PennsylA man by tho namo of Gilbert, a NOW N MY COUNTERS J. J. C. HONDUKANT has bought tho Grocery Sfock of Ai.rnKi vania, makes this timely mid pa- fatranger, died in this county, last week, and was buried as a pauper by the coun'Mcl).Mi:ii, in the 1'owoll ISlock, and will continue business nt that triotic reply: My purchases this seann .nrpaiwes all other iu UICIINKSS, ty. Oommuuicatious sinco received maim, no uas atKieii inrgeiy ui uic siock, nuu win Keep equal to any and SIM K. Tho nattorns aro our own, aud no "If naming the cruiser 'Gettys- show that his homo was at Alton, 111 ., fear of tlnplic.if Mv shelves aro crowded with tho burg' would alonu honor and dis- and that his relatives waut his remain-worms best. Int. and loveliest productions. Among tho tinguish the excellent town of sent thero for burial. NOVELTIES ar. u.iso: that name, I would not hesitate, to Xft- - Patrouizo homo industries and buy your Bread and Pantry of the New join with you iu this request; but City Bakery. Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from. He solicits tho to the whole country and to the tradi of his patrons of loriner years, mid tho nublio generally, tiromid-iu- g Tho Comity Snrveyor will viit all civilized world that name typifies to and nil FAIR OKA LI NO. iu great battle, which settled a con- tho road overseers tho tho county, looka county into roirt ing to layiuK troversy between the North and districts, and off mapping tho mads and the South of oar couutry. To both lauds on eacn section. Tho overseers eectlous it recalls a great, heroic need to pot a niovo on thorn aud to aid in tho improvement of the struggle. The victory was with the North; the defeat with the roads. Thero nro somo men who trado in a South. town ''In the recent war with Spain credit until pay day comes and thuir is exhausted, whon tbe North and Snath were blend- ly transfer their trado to a they sudden! ed as one in defense of our Aug. town. Tho business men of neighboring Union City, And many others Oar battleships uud cruisers aro Fulton and Hickman have established You tf'dimoi a IVllNtiike I havo tho prettiest stock of SILKS for Shirt WaLsts over shown manned by sailors and marines au interchange of their customers' rating taken from their own books, that hero. Also, WASH SILKS aud SATTINS. from both tbe North and South, people, and thus protect I have added to my stock, and I do not think it wise that a si.o up finch It's a good idea; tho honthomselves. name should be selected for any est customers do not sutler by it, and One of its Strongest Points is its of oar vessels which will revive tho "dead-beatshould. Ladies' Ready-Ma- de Shirt the unpleasantness which grew The nrchiovouients of tho southern out of tbe Civil War and existed cotton mill industry, conducted nnoii ID? w Inch are so mur h in uso this season. They nro bought for so mauy years. htrict business principles and with the very and direct from the manufacturers, aro perfect-fittinn 4 Minutes IllllCCB ItlHOllitN Licht Bread in 40 Minutes. "Let Gettysburg bo honored and advantages of location as to tho supply cheap. e Huying u '.MaioHtio" uioaiiH a of Economical Oooklnp as tbe site of a great bat- of lalKr and raw material, wero exem-revered recent meeting of tle wherein tbe survivors of the j plifled at thocotton annualor these, cheaper than yon can WHITE APROXiS-lot of mo Trenton mius uastonia, Buy no ull and E:xninIiio Tliom. , iiiiiKo tiium only .,o each. Northern army and the survivorn v n " """"J."-"'' ,i,i...i llllll T lll,n.4 !. Hnnlkorn wwm.mw.u " tlio tlio net pronts lor ,. , year wero 881.-"' "D stock, , I cordially invito ovetylHy to call and examino mv ciitiro . ., 1 i npuoiu iuo vniur ui ineir com- per cent ou ino capital siock or. tiio.lMK). vr and compare quality and price. vMm I am not in favor of giv- Of these earnings !J0 per ceut wero rades. imido tho cash dividend, while tho re ing auy vessel iu our navy a name mainder was O. which will distinguish a battle creasing that added to thoInsurplus, in to 2,000. five yean fought by Americans this company has paid in dividends 100 Americans." per cent of its capital stock. , LKVK: Aituivns. Trln No. ii, T!S US i J sonii-anmi- vlua Hint wnahl do) credit to nu American, lie tl i Miicereiy nope mm men mi f of our club who rightlj a or tho imiuu and memory nJ, aliove all, the priuclulea of Tl r n ns .lefforpou will not heitatMJ proclaim America for Amem-iill' Cuba for tho Cubans, ami p ' UU II f ihllliiilnea for their people. teraon s glorious mid tntnit ll principlo nnirmed and decl-- irl that nil governments derive t s t "former, In whic l ho Window Glass, iLcad and Oil, &c. VESBM, onlrfiOOn SIIOKSnt LOW PRICES. We r exp rt in the art of fitting tlie feet. Vo (nn tfll t h gliineo if anything is wrong with th Shoes von wear, and if they nro the ttiyle nud ltaM lust hiiited to your feet. Hring in your foot troubles; we will cure them and chnrgo you only lor the SHoch you buy. iff III. HIGH GRADE SHOES to, iiti;jiM'i'H. J PFT nwW.fc2??as - -- TdP h. '" pyj L' 5rr . .,,,.'.' zvmm: 3&& . ESTATE ' AND INaJUKiiNCB AGENT ;,", iiauuAiuii xm-ronr- . , I " "- .Zi.'Ti""" ""."'"""irv.il'Y-iiPt- t.l' MiSlllB - I if "fc'"18 l. p Hoi-comb- i Spring Opening! HIGH-CLAS- iyfys?) SPRING AND. SUMMER , Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, $1 One Horse Harrows. W. Buckeye Binders and Hay Rakes, Forks, O. 1ST- - 2IEIJI3VE., TTlrfn?n Keatttcky, 3 3L Business I S n n wwj dsl ' a '' BonVBUf. ' VA-KIET- Y ' i Grocery Establishment pre-par- o Devon Pique, Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity, Lucerne Checks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, !&jegtlG! OssMsg Easges, The Best in the World Hake la Buylug Oae of t&ese Raages t THE USB OP FUEL! lifo-tlm- " Waists, g ECONOMY j , 1 X "j ,...,,., '" tiiilAin,.nl.l " . T Teu'll Other. J aguiust asH. A1VEBBSG. 5 Bring Your Job Work to the Courier Office.. fr' ,, --. .,- - nJtMHMjdtjtii HfcJttHi.. ' if- T- " llwiAAtM&mtt4tAmwMmTMimmrmfJ,1u-vm0V- w tiwirJWi ii it. wm II - -- net jr2 T1 - - t fiWMfWt '.'?"!fl Local and Personal. To-Nig- ht at W tho City Hall. .Mr. Kiilidtlii Kiirifimf ITnulrnll In ti Tho baso bull season In m. . i.i ,,.11i ,. r i.m,,-- ,.. , u 'ISI-itlttl 'llllllf tl ...i.. fl Will ' A nobby lino of Hutu tit Shaw's. V intinli., by Thos Nelson Pago, lit City A purely lit rniy Tho iM'rtky iiKMiuito lias innclu hit IIhII Iw. Himkoll is commended luiiiineiit. ,h" ltttv m " -- Corn Is worth fl.GU per barrel on ""J1 K1',(', elocution- woman, u Hialciiiuii miirkut. 1st, and it pliiiriiiliiK' delineator of negro ino mcoicuio snow is nrawing ulg ittiueet. Hlie cniTlfit In r audience from crowds nightly . laughter to tours nt lr yon would Seo tlio GOo nuil $1.00 Shirts at bnve mi evening of rani pleasure get your tickets mid attend Friday evening. Biiaw'h. -1 ! ! l. i w&tmw 'yt&U&tlat'CsL tfifi H 1 nvca. liK VKK AiVJ!t.l!,iHUl. wyw . m ya r0 'm TA I'.V?. I hj ,'"(1 lien Kiiykondall, of Dawson, was in tbo city tlili week. Clou fnmt for-war- Come Work on Halt or & Dodds' iron mill comlioare notified that they innst conio is being pushed rapidly forward anil nettle. Delays nro dan. gerous. Vcrbuin Sapient!. Mr. W. 1). Ornbb, of Knthvlllo, Oterllow ( npltnl. Tenn., Is visiting bbi aunt, llrs. I,. I). All persons indebted to forward Cl. ! A. Hoi- Wo nro (Ictcrmhietl that our Store in tlio future, aa in tho past, must sustain the reputation of hcing always right hi prices must be the satisfactory trading place. The quality's the proof hacked by winning prices, ileal, economical purchasing along this line, has paPHi'd IhoTennepfloo Senate for the proposed levoo in ()n MONU'aV' May 8ih'. 1W9.' It'Lel'ii' Luke county, and to tipproptiato ftlit first day of liio Miy lerm'of'tie'Fiil- $100,000 w or h of IkmmIr to build Ion Coiiniy Ourt, it the court hoime door It. The bill will prijbnblypnHH tho In llifknmn, Ky., I will fell to'Thelgh-- ' est lieliler, for cfli for' luxes dne'tho llotifto at once. If tho bill ifl of Hickman, nml cost of sklclhe'foU tlio bonds will likely bo City lowing described renl csUte, afstsied In' issued to somo New York tho names of the following partlen, at a fair talc of interest, and $2 00 Is added to each onse for coda.' tho people to bo benefitted thero-b- Ill nu on heirs, 2 lots. West Hickman,', ,, No. 220 and 231, . $2.80 will bo taxed for the payment fisher, Lph . lot W. Hick No. 2.33. 4.33 of Hiimo. And a llai'road to Hen week, It J. 2 lots E Hick., IVlk , , . 3, Noi 80 and 87. 3.80 is lutre. Murrell, It. S 15 lots W, Hick., Nos.. 208 lo 214. 200 to 263, 2o?to259,.- - , A bill puo-coflBft- il Wai-- e Sale fiff W U com-pun- y y I 1 Tip-tonvill- o . Oakley. 8n . Cream Parlor. Mr. 11 Buchanan will attend the United Confederate Vote rang at Charleston, 8. C. Tho farutCM nro going to bo late in KctUng tlieir crop planted this year, owing to the cool, wet weather. W. P. Taylor and John T. Rubble field, of Eultou, Mere in Hickman Tuesday, settling up some county matter Mcmi-h- . Dillon At Co., have been making somo change in their bo house, tbU week, getting ready for hot w eather. Win. lllnir and Diok Salmon, two ,of the Iiesl mid largest farmers of county, wero in Hickman, Tucs-lan hno !. Tlio New City Bakery will nlo a first class Restaurant and lee more thiiii one half of tlio over (Mipltul (iirulHhed to the woild to (treat Britain. IJhm'Ih down tho total for lS'JG ut ?17 IIOIMICU.OIK). Ur thiH Hitm (treat Britain applies 0 300.000 COO, No other part of tho world Ih givon credit for any ovoiilow capital. Of lute the United States tins Invested in South mid Gen- trul Amerli'itnnd Me.ico, but coin pared to the ImiiioiiHe investments of Kuglnnd the iitnotint Ih small, How HOH.NKbK.SSXK.SS. recent tttntlntlcal rnutithti'lon, credits considerably Mullinll, In n 199 and J of 200, , 17 90 Smlihwick, 1 lot W. Hickman, No C, 3.'n9 Salmon, Q. I. T., 13 lots E. Illckmiml .. OHO' block C, Xos. 177 to 189, C0IX)BED LldT.r 1 loin E. Hick, bl'k ' nd i of 203, 0 77' Drown, Ollifl 12 lots E Hick, block 7, 109 to 170181 io 184, 11.08' Hrown, Ann 2 lots E. Hick., block 0; nd 2j58, 3 18' CUrk, Jim 2 lots 0. A. Nos C8, 60,' 6 20' Caldwell, Emily 1 lot E Hick, bl'k 2,' No. 280, 7 57 2.80" Curler, Amy 2 lots O. A. No 79, 8"0. Ewing, Geo 1 lot E. H. blk 0. No 831 4M0 1 lot W. II , No 129 4.40' Jackson. Jones, Edie 1 lot E II. blk 4'. No 108 2.80 Loie, Font 1 lot OM II No 130 3 13" Milner, Dark 5 loin E Hick, blook 7, Nos. 208 q 272, 6.00 McCutcliuu, Jennie 0 lols E. Hick., block 0, 243 to 245-2- 51 6 15 to 353, McOehee, Taylor lot E. n. block 4, No. 199, 4.40 Shelhr, Ghas 4 lots Q. A. Nos 84, 39, 43 mid 44, 9 65' Seymore. Louis 1 lot E..H btk 4, 246 4 40' Tallv, Nalbnn 3 lols E. Hick., blk 4, Nos. 229, 230,231. 4.95' TaIIv, Gentry 2 lots E. Hick., block 5, Nos. 221 and 222, 8.60 Wilson, I'bns. U 8 lots E. nick, block 4, Nos 237 lo 242, 7.77 Wilkerson, Felix 1 lot E. Hick, blk 7, 6.00 No 206, . Quality Skirfs.. tailored, Cn-wim- ;Right Prices. 'Shirtwaists. Sew Alexander, Allen 7, No. 204 That's where Ou Store meets the needs. mmaSXL. ?7 Heady mnde, that nro hung gr; fully, fit perfectly, and arewi' , styles, TafTatii Silk and r-- w amount v. lMV0 already sold Vp jmV( th(J iar(,(1it m-1- donUo tho that wo usually Fill, tWolo"H Warm Weather CnisliM. IMquiw, Hick-ma- n So rapidly has tho world boon mo inu of Into in tho dlroclion of Bishop Lane, of tho Colored M. K horseless niirriiiL'eH. chIih mill wa- Ohuroh, wa in the cllrecwral days, ..,. ,.r ,., ,.TI.A, tbbiweek, nud preached for his people K"" looking' of ."81 weekly tho Sunday and Sunday night phioih i, Cluwe and baiibornV ColTw is uliiMfl pulmrnlluiiB ill tho coin ry in ow tho oxplu Inlinii nlTaTs thii It U the COITKK that l Ismght by tbo Ut fumilie of or tlicpe now hIiIk to traiiHit and Hickman, nold only by II Duciiavav. tranciiorlnlinn. r pnu'OH dipclonc ., HtntlhtlCH ' n tlio -- The .i....ll.H patlcnM at Fullou n"" i t iHfii dlMh'irg.sl M well, bv the, "iilijrot of horsoleoe liivoiitlniiH. Jiaro That tho hniHolesx ciwriiiCP wltli plOniciam, and It in now Indieved that that city is entirely free of theillH''. It h nlintions Iihh romo to (tiiy iri orr Ued,at nt iuul l)(Ht bP. leoteti sifx-- in tow n to show you. We will 3'on a good .fW l'ercnio WuUt for fs&zsr m Krtsi:3S3sMi "ti Hp.itiMtN Ji'J , i J'.rjnma.w Dt ,,., &c, from o, Linens. vld M w J!i 1 IMVmrr Dueka, & 60c toil-- ' I 1 "tUUIIIi ' 7 Wo , ...... r,t uiico. n I fUrt F- !31c M.. ...... lit.' ..HI .Hitui. ltDt) ii pun line to nt from. , ... i , . .. Tiii.e uiivu u ..i. O 10c. tn OUs IViee from Indigo Bluo and Turkoy j 1 1 Domestic. imOWN, yanl wide, J8e 0 liloslin I ; TUX DILLON, done mirtt of tho llglitiiig in tho Phil-IguiiicN, nys tiott it will tttke lOO.Wn)! HOldlers to lake and hokl th Island of 1 Itn owmc da.l tnoro ovldont. -T- hortHsllnl by Mm. Haskell, nt the' lctoflnnl nml oomplolo owi Ultr Hall to.uight, gley thu In hiiowIohh hpiihohb nlty of n pleasant ereniiig, nud tao tho borne contributing to the good of yonr ftibm-- , nnd on woll pnod mid cleanly to'iMK"' kept htruots Ih ii rcnsoimblo cor(Jen. Lawton. whone oommaml tninty. op)K-ta- Corseis. GotkI Snmmor Corwtrt, Undarvesr. Ladbx Mwilln Gowns, good gtrles City Marshal. Jr., for 25e !)' - Handkerchiefs. LADIKS All Linen HemMltchul HuudUereliUfit - -- - V) lnn 50o up. Ladies MtHlin Conot Covers from 'Joe up. Aluo, a lino of Ladies Muslin Drnwexs and Skirts. Millinery, We have ( O. B.Monms, Druggist. Moscow, Ky.. ays lies ells Plantation Chill Curo. and Muds it suits his trade becaoso it e'radi-- " catcs tho system of all malarial polaon,' and ho guarantees it. Slmlutn? rutriotisia. ,yL DR. W.- - II. BRIGHT, : i - 1 ! TIiopp who do not oondomn war The plan for hulltllnj; n cotton fo mi hmuaiiu and ethical grounds tory on tho monthly uymeut plan dw1 Larue hIrc, 10x21 IucIicb,1 H A withhold Only not iieem to meet tho appnival of our tt)l;hl be eoiiHtrained to liiihlncsp bibdui-Kmen, and henco we tiupise it their approval through w bo nro car CDiiHiileratloiin. Men Li "no go." Table-Clo- th. ' Unip In nt the City IJalery and nod away by martini glory or tergjW should ritorial nugraiiilizeuient let iw idiow you our gixL We aro Hed Damask, Kood Tnr-- QJy, i have the lint t brunt beglad to neu you. t'1' 1 ley, per janl, only If that iIooh not A dog, HiipHwcil to bo mud, was kill- - fore their ovoh. h! on tbo State road, near Sam Wnde'ii deter them, and they aro Indeed place, Sat unlay morning. Wo loaru, rei:kloi8 of tlio fuliiru ilnancial thHtMMiYnrMl dupt in Uniii.dKblHirliiHMl ndlllim- nf I he, covtrutnelll. vcr billon by it. Tm AllH,r.Bh p,fl,u,f , tl(J i . j 1 u -- Iuzou. Towels. rIut prit SULOHr d are riht. ho handftomoHt lino r f in tho city, ami thi PHYSICIAN. Se- ANTS. Woolen Dress Gooils, that wcro 26e and !50o per yard, 1 XJKj to clft.0 at Sola only by II b u CIIA AX. V Oilico over Wilson's Book Stony Holcombo Building, ZENTTJOEY;HIC2MAN, rf A yi J - fn fl. A - 4r k. , , gin at tho .Methodic Church next bun. ilny. Hov. Mr. HIgham of i4,)UlllViHu' CouferoucowlilaHsbit, but ho iill not umvu until Tuesday. When you buy your utraw hat for warmer weather, call at Hiiaw'h. Tho MethiMlUt rougregation in their own church Sunday. Tho nmiearanco of tho interior part of tho bullduiK ban been greatly improreil, nun further cuangiw are in contemplation. Tho river ha recorded Hiitllcientlv o to permit many lottoiu fanners to feiieiug, Ac, and next week plow will bo running Then Ik ample time for splendid emps in tho Uittom, nil tliingM faroriug. coiiHtautlr on hand tho .I lnvl gradcii of FliKirlug, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles, Fiublilng Lnmbert'louldiiig.s, wor-hlpK(I com-meuckt-i'- p Bn-sh- -- A wriM of 'rorlnil MrrlrrM I wlUlw tatico of thirty II vu cum from tho inu., of iho 0111 Uur nrliwirliijr iinniiiil taxation for ptiilni: pen- moon to tlin diirvlorH of that Hirtigglo iiinotintiiig to over $l Thoro aro over 1,000, 000 iiuiiiPH on tho pennion rolI and thu total paid out nIiimo tho war i'Iphpi! ruiiH coiiHlderablv oitr $12 000.000 000 an auioiiiiL nearly eijual to tho onortnoiiN tiatlnunl debt that existed at tho close of tho war with tho Stalou. On top of thiH Oivil War lndebtiMlneHH tho ooiiutrv in confronted with anotliHr prowint; out of the war with Spain and the Filipinos. pen-nio- n HHifeH f I Shoes! Shoes! i BWLTZEto D0DD8. XRjcjrsPjtoi IIAVfi YOU SL'EN . . . ot$ 4 r-A yadtm "THWaK atv I asss5aB5jL new CM I J ALv 1 1 ilia lACCtfOQl KM Titr. . . . wt Bakery's Oven t t f km Jliini. nix IS BEING BUILT WORKMEN, AND BY EXPERT "Jalia JVerloWe" Shoes , Diwrn, PuiutH, OIN, &c. H 0. Avnr.iKi. IF mun will not tako an inter-ON- t in conventions and primary eleclioiiH, it helpH to build up itn A "freo for nil" hooiiih to be tho auinary or real court-bonnrmi:N of opinion us to tlio race for Tlioy aro toiriblo and cliqucH. for Hickman and Fulton couuticfl. Ah an old Democrat rouiark-ed- , tbiucH HometlineH In reality, but "bridlcH otf and the devil t.iko thu tnofll generally only imaginary. con-Hous- Thero Is Homo talk of reorganizing tho Oriental Order of Humility in Hickman. There'll plenty of good material hero to work on, mid tho need of tho Icfthous taught by this fr.itornal order Lh dlfttrcadugly conxplcuous in mnnv Hoon Sr Kvervil announco that they nro in tho market to buy wheat, and will pay tho highest niaiket iirioo, in any quantity, Miinll or largo lots. IIOKN iB IiVKKMU Hit cat Wanted. t IT AMBERG'S?.J and Oxfords - VAE7 VJEEK I She will be Fired m, oskss Pies BaM eveby dat, ! By a man of 20 years' oxperienco as a Baker. f 1V mm 'ya-- . Well, thoy are B all wearers tin uuo, se snouin u: ks, nml ackuowledired by consideration to this superb Jiitrmtuco to you our S?" And a TRIAL will conviuco you theso ARE FxVCTS. YOU havo a cordial Invitation to come and seo tutf fteryou haveplveii'! ci ht perfect-ftttim- j Shoes mi win inarMi ut tho nrescnt timo. ik.-i- e Hew Giiy ) l i "GOLD CERTI FICATE" niarvebi of IJeanty, ni wo aro luskiui; 1 SHOES than foromiwt fellow and tho Lord liavu mercy on thu hindmost out." Notice. Thero hayo liecn moro ImatH built The Trustee of Iliekninn Uollegowill Luit four years than in ten years in tho teachcM for tho next hissIoii at piior. That ih of jxtMenger nml freight elect JiVfaViuI iir thorn. Our lino of worth a groat deal moro IICKMAN MARBLE WORKS,. I3HT.IjIHIII3r (Successor u- - it w inste.ul orr i r steadily growing, and tho railroads will never monopolize I no ireignt ami traflio of thLs country. (5 aril en hood. fn-ssupply of Garden Seed just A O. A. IioijCOMlii'.'ri. received at Wo do not publish nnouomyoiis romuinuicationii under any ciretimstauo- iiamo of tho author c, Tho realevery communication,must or, accompany elsu it will bo consigned to the wiudu biuikut. Wo do not publish tho names' ........ lI... I....... ... III COITCnpuiiiiuuin, uiu mini uiniii gnu- ply as n guarantee of good faitii. In tho Courier is a communication proposing an Elect rio Hallway from to Hickman. Tlio prospectors arc no doubt, thoroughly reliablo ami but wo know nothing of tlieir plans and abilities furtlur I linn the communication published. Undoubtedly it Ih nu enterprise that would, and Hhonld ' havo hearty encouragement. J Thu old reliable, Rudolph Cila-- ; snoemaner oi mis hccuuii, nor, tlio him removed hLs shop to Shaw's Shoo Department, and solicitH tho continuation of Ids former patronage thoro. h tA' MENS is completo and ''Up-to-Da- SHOES In ovory respect. nio.st 1835, ' . SlnSl StioShm'.hi ,!mt application., fur Hanie. Teach- wriUo cm selected for the Literary Departments will bo required to have first class certificates at tho conimenceinont of tho BCtedou, to run through the ten months, or their chxliiii will be divlared void. Tom Dii i on, Jit., See'y. eyory thing in tho Slioo hn tho In fact, wo havo fastidious could dtlro. TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r,. e I H. C. AM BERG. llrrW'lfcW&it&Z A New (lUiun i A (iood 4 -i-.' U S .... hnui.u to 11. C. muj M. MtMnMAMtn dXShUiW JCU Ult; MM. riiiiiii MUUUiUWUWd STONE WORK of nil Kinds, . Itnigf, dee'd,) .... Law. Men. bus adopted. "JlooklientH may bo Ullleil from Ootobor 1st to 1st iMarcli 1 , 1 A (lowii'OnRt editor has ilrnwn up some new pamo laws whieh lie ; bOri-- s BEAUTIFUL LINE OF nml Kebrunry 1 to Mm ; while every man who ncoepts n tHHVfipnper two yours, anil upon being presented with tho bill, says ' I never ordered it," may bo killed on tho spot, without or relief, ami buried face downward without benefit or clergy." 1 o rowers from Aticust to June Spring poets 1 ; 1 from bor- Umbrella to Novem-bo- r MENS and BOYS' AND MILINEKY EXCLUK1VK. LATK8T STYLES. Straw and Crash Hats LOWEST PHICES. Having just received a beautiful lino of faiioy Straw Braids, Ohitrons Flow- - Furnishingcrs and many novelties, wo aro propar- - (Joods Hits. lLuu'int. Dopartmout, sit to fill all orders. - FINE WOKK, 25c j ( UP. Oiihli "2" NAVLOH ) Tm: people in tlioso parts do not manifest any very great interest in tho approaching Democratic primaries either for Governor or Statu Senator. This is not as it should bo. lint it is tlio plan to have nominees foist upon wo do not- prefer,. - SHOE Stovo. ut) that St. Francois county, Mo., hns adopted a plan pf dealing with hor onnviots that might uommend ilsolf to other oounti.is. At a recent sitting the county court thnt nil prisoners eonilitad in tlio county Jail for oflonsesnnd nonpayment of lines be worked on the county roads. Tho shoriff wns Instructed to uso thorn whenever ho got together ns many ns four, for which tho shertfl" would bo nllowod 26Vents eaeli per day for a guard. Thero is n elasa of men who care nc thing for the disgrace of simple conilneinent, but would not like to bo seen work lug on tho public roads as a county felon. And besides tho work they could bo uiiido do would materially assist In caring for thorn. Oriino'is getting too common, and some deterrent, other than situ-ulconlluomont, should bo adopted and tried, thnt its commission Piedmont may be loss frequejit. Bnuner. or-dor- mm& B'.iiZ-- ? IRON FENCING, &c, &0. Hiolxman, Ky. ilredferd . & RegersWANT TO SELL YOU - fe'4lM elJlW- DOOrU GROCERIES, Fresfi Meats, (Jueensware Hay, Oats, Brau, Lime, and Cement. o IlpW Hardware, WjDTY0UR PRECSS WELL PLEASE YOU, i .'' .f wV &1 3Wt LA rfjrr v SJ3' m I I, AYOW OF JEPHTHAH It Is Cited as a Warning Against Parental Heedlessness. Dr. Talumicc I.oiIkcr n Protest yktnlnnt Ihr Sacrifice of Iho YoutiK " the Altar of Worldly Anililtloii. to-da- y IW . fc r temperament. The Israelites wanted the Ammonites driven out of their country, so they sent a delegation to Jephthah, nuking him to become commander-in-chief of all the foices. He might have said, "You diove me out when von had no use for me, ami now 3011 are in trouble you want me back," but he did not say that. He takes command of the army, sendi messengers to the Ammonites to tell them to vacate the country, and, gettir-- no favo?.i'Ie icsponse. marshals his troops for battle. Before going out to war Jephthah makes a very solemn vow that if the Lord will give him the victory then, on his return home, whatsoever first comes out of his doorway he will offer in sacrifice as a burnt offering. The battle opens. It was no skirmishing on the etlges of dangers, no unlimbcr-inof batteries two miles awa.v, but the hurling of men on the point of swords and spears until the giouud could no more drink the blood and the horses reared to leap over the pile of bodies of the slain. In those old times opposing forces would light until their swords were broken and then each one would throttle his man until they ImuIi fell, teeth to teeth, grip to grip, death stare to death stare, until the plain was one tumbled mass of corpses from which the last trace of manhood bad been dashed out. Jephthah wins the day. Twenty cities lay captured at bis feet. Pound the lctory nil through the mountains "'of Glicnil. Let the trumpeters cull tip the survivors. Homeward to jour wives and children. Homeward with your glittering treasures. Homeward to have the applause of an admiring nation. Huild triumphal arches. Swing out flags all over Mipah. Open all your doors to leceive the captured treasures. Through every hall spread the banquet. Pile up the viands. Till high the tankards. The nation is redeemed, the insiders are routed and the national honor is Vindicated. Hu..a for Jephthah, the conqueror! Jephthah, seated on a prancing steed, advances amid the acclaiming multitudes, but his eye is not on the excited populace. ISemembering that he had made a solemn vow that, returning from victorious battle, whatsoever first catue out of the doorway of his home that should bo sacrificed as n burnt offering, lie has his anxious look upon the door. I wonder what spotless lamb, what brace of doves, will be thrown upon the fires of the burnt offering! Oh, horrors! Paleness of death blanches his check. Despair seizes his heart. His daughter, his only child, rushesout the doorway to throw herself In her father's arms and shower upon him more kisses than there were wounds on his breast or dents on his bhield. All the triumphal splendor vanishes. Holding back this child fiom his heaving breast and pushing the locks back from the fair brow and looking into the ees of inextinguishable affection, with choked utterance he says: "Would to God lay stark on the bloody plain! .My daughter, mj only child, "joy of my home, life of m.v life, thou use the sacrifice!" The whole matter was evplnincd to d her. Tliis was no whining girl into whose eyes the fnther looked. All the glory of sword and shield vanished in the presence of the valor of that girl. There may have been tremor of the lip, as a rose lenf trembles in the sough of the south wind; there may havo been the starting of a tear like a raindrop shaken from the nnther of a water lily. lint with n that mnn may not reach and only woman's heart can compass she surrenders herself to fire and to death. She ciies out in the words of my text, "My father, if thou hast opened thy inquth unto the Lord, do unto mo whatsoever hath proceeded from thv mouth." She bows to the knife, and the blood, which so often at the father's voice had rushed to the crimson check, smokes in the flies of the burnt offering. No one can tell us her name. There - no need that we know her name. The garlands that Mlpah twisted for Jephthah the warrior have gone into the dust, but all ages are twisting this girl's chnpkt. It is well that her name came not to utfi for no one can wear It. Tliey may take the name of Deborah or Abigail or Miriam, but no one in all the ages shall luive the title of this daughter of sacri-fing 1 Dr. Talmnge In his sermon lodges n protest against tlic paientnl heedlessness and worldly ambition which ate threatening the sacrifice of ninny American children; te.t, Judges 11:S0: ".My fnther, if thou hns opened thy mouth unto the Lord, do to me according to that which hath proceeded out of thy mouth." .Icphthnh was a freebooter. Karly turned out from a home where he ought to have leeii cared for, lie consorted with rough men and went forth to earn his living us best he could. In those times it was considered right for a man to go out on independent military e- -' peditions. Jephthah was a good man nccoiding to the light of his dark nge, hut through a wandering and a predatory life he became reehlessnnd precipitate. The grace of Gcd changes a man's heart, but never reverses his natural ho'low-liearte- self-sacrific- e, i.- e. Of course this offering was not pleasing to the Lord, especially tu a provision was made In the law for such a contingency, and Jephthah might have redeemed his daughter by the payment of 30 sbeeklcs of silver. Hut before you iturl your denunciations at Jephtl all's cruelty remember that in olden turn's when vows were made, meji thought they must execute them, perform them, whether the weie wicked or good. There were two wrong things nbout Jephthah's vow. Fit st, he ought never to have made It. Next, having made it, it weie better broken than kept. Hut do not take on pretentious airs and say: "I could not have done as Jephthah did." If in former days you hud been standing on the banks of the Ganges and .vou had been born in India, you might have throw u your children to the crocodiles. It is not because w e nre nnturullv any better, but became we have more Gospel light. Now I make wry practical use of this question when I tell you that the sacrifice of Jephthah's daughter was a type of the physical, mental and spiritual sncrilleo of 10,000 children in this day. There are parents all unwittingly bringing to bear upon their children a class of influences which will 11s certainly ruin them as knife and torch destroyed Jephthah's daughter. While I speak, the whole nation, without emotion ami without shnnie, looks upon the stupendous sacrifice. In the first place, I remark that much of the system of education in our day is a s.v stem of sacrifice. When children spend six or seven hours in school mid then must spend two or three hours in preparation for school the net day, will you tell me how much time thej will have for sunshine and fresli air and the obtaining of that exuberance which is necessary for the duties of coming life? No one can feel more thankful than do for the advancement The of co union school education. print ng of books appropriate for schools, the multiplication of philosophical appirntus, the establishment of not mil schools, which provide for our lnhlren t cachets of largest caliber, are themes on which every philanthroItut pist ought to be congratulated. this liei ding of great multitudes of schoolrooms children In and poorly equipped halls of Instruction is making many of the places of knowledge in this country n huge holocaust. Politics in many of the cities gets into educational affaiis and while the two H)litical parties are scrabbling for the honors Jephthah's daughter perishes. It is so much so that there are many which are schools in the country preparing tens of thousands of invalid 'iien and women for the future; so that, In many places, by the time the child's education is finished the child is finished! In mam places, In many cities of the country, there arc large appropriations for everything else and cheerful appropriations, but ns soon us the appropriation Is to be made for the or moral Interests of the city we arc struck through with an economy the death of us. that is In my parish in Philadelphia n little child was so pushed tit school that she was thrown into a fever, and in litr ding delirium, all nitht long, she was trying to eel to the multiplication In my hoj hood I remember that in our class at school there was one lad who knew more than nil of us put together. If we were fust in our arithmetic, be extricated us. When we stood up for the spelling class, he was almost always the head of the class. Visitors came to his father's house, and he was always brought in as a prodigy. At IS years of age he was an idiot. He lived ten ears an idiot and died an idiot, not knowing his right hand from his left or dny from night. The parents and the teachers made him au idiot. Vou may flutter your pride b.v forcing your child to know more than any other children, but vou me making n sacrifice of that child if by the additions to its intelligence jou are making a from its future. The child will go away from such maltreatment with no exuberance to fight the battle of life. Such children may get along ety well while you take care of them, but, when you are old or dead, ah", for them if through the wiong system of education which jou adopted they have no swarthiiicss or foice of character to tnkyeareof thenisi Ives! He careful how you make the child's head ache or its heart flutter. I hear a great deal about black man's rights, and China-m- . ill's rights, and Indian's rights, nnd Would to God that woman'H rights. somebody would rise to plead for children's rights! The C'nrthagians used to sacrifice their children by putting them into the arms of an idol which thrust forth Its hand. The child was put into the iirms of the idol, and no sooner touched the arms than it dropped into the fire. Hut it was the art of thv mothers to keep the childien smiling and laughing until the moment thej died. There inpy be a fascination snd a hilarity about the stales of education of which I am sp"uking, but it is only laughter at the. moment of sacrifice. Would to God there weru only one Jephthah's daughter! Again, there arc many parents who ure sacrificing their children with wrong system of discipline too great ligor or too gieat leniency. There are children in families who rule the household. The high chair in which the infant sits is the throne, ami the rattle is the scepter, and tnc other childien make up the parliament where father and mother have no vote! Such children amine up to be miscreants. There is no chance in this world for a child that has never learned to mind. Such people, become tho botheration of the church of God and the pest of the world. Children that do not learn to obej human authority are unwilling to learn to obey divine authority. Children will not respect parents whose authority they do not respect. Who aro these young men that swagger through the street with their thumbs in their vest talking about their father as "the old man," "the governor," "the squire," "tho old chap," or their mother ns "the old womtm?" They are those who in jouth. In childhood, .never learned to espect authority. Kli, having heard that his sous hud died in their wickedness, fell over backward aad broke bia 1 to-da- y rdu-cation- al well-nig- h 1 tn-bl- e. McKinley and Alger aio deeply disOnce in n great while the attorney-generappointed and chagrined to discover of the United States, t ! name that thu people will not aecept their is Griggs, announces something. He dictation as to who will be accepted as feels that he should earn bin salary, but ns he puts a very high value upon his the lieioes of thu war. Thoic was u deliberate scheme at knowledge of law, he does not have to Aushliigtou to pluco specially favored appear very often before the public in 11 lends of the administration in posi his official capacity to balance the actions wncre- tliey were likely to easily count between himself and the governwin glory. Admiral Sampson, one of ment. Hul when he does open his ofthese favorites, and backed by McKin ficial mouth only profound wisdom ley, seems to Do intent on depriv Ing Ad- cometh forth. It Isnlsotruu thatOrlggs miral Schley of his fame. thinks what Griggs docs not know Is There Is much credit, possibly, ue to not worth trying to find out. Therehunipson. lie was specially favored fore, when he condescends to enlighten in being assigned to Important and, per- the country the country knows, or rather Griggs thinks It should know, that haps, even arduous duty. His of ouruuvnl forces nbout Santiago what It hears comes from the very harbor may have been very masterful. roots of all knowledge. As a logician History, however, has not yet passed Griggs may or may not bo all wool and r yard wide. Ho ncvr deals In the upon that point. article. He prefers Uhl assertion. It It must be borne In mind that, while the people of this country profoundly sounds more as if "by authority;" berespect administrative ability, they Im- sides, what does the public know nbout pulsively love a hero. Thc.v love the logic, anyvva.v ? In reply to u request to define the slldler who rushes thiough rain of meaning of the word "trust," as used bullets and plants a stand- In thu Sherman t law, the ard on the ramparts of the enemy. says that "companies They love the sailor who takes his orgnnlzed for the ship into the greatest danger timl jwiurs complete or pnrtial purosc of securing differinonoMily To nave .1 thankless child! broadside after broadside into the hulls ent branches of mnuufiicttirr of siminre Hut, on the other hand, too gi f j of thu enemy's ships, until they sink. lar to the sugar combination, nnd ure Igor must le avoided. It W sad tli ,i When Cervera's licet sank to its grave not within the jurisdiction of thu fedwhen domestic government becoi m in the Curlbbeau sea thenameof Scblev eral courts." What the attorney-genera- l cold military desotIsm. Trappers o rose up as that of the hero of the day, Is trying to jam Into the obtuse re, nut me prairie ngiu nrc witu ,n ,,,,t mid luster to his minds of the people Is that tl.-rate cannot successfully fight your chi dil '""l renown, 'io the extent that 110 trusts in the t.'nlted States, and temperwlth.,ourow,,badten.,r t law Is a ;tcrful assignment hence the Sherman We must not be too minute In our ... .... '"'"'P"0" " . . . of the variousships, hulsa great strate uieaulngless and foolish legislative enspeciion. vvecnuuoi expect ourcuim o gist, and time will bring him full mean- actment. There are no trusts; whatarv to be perfect. We must not scccii ri thing. Since wc hare twoor three fa of our ow n,w c ought not to be too roi y when we discover that our child o have ns many. It tradition be ti ;ir when we weie children wc were not u little Samuels, and our parents u :rt not fearful lest they could not rain w beenuseofour premature goodness. oj cannot scold or ound vour children to nohilitv of character. The bloon a child's heart can never be seen tin a cold drizzle. AIkjvc all, fretting. nid scolding in the household. Ltd than ten jcars of fretting nt your ci.1 dren is one good, round, application of the slipper! That mil ter of the gospel of whom wo read the newspapers that he whipped child to because he would not1 his pravcrs will never come to can ration. The arithmetics cannot ca! late how many thousands of childflni have been ruined forever char thiol ';h too great rigor or too grcatW iency. the heavens and the eartln tilled with the groan of the sacrifl In this important matter, seek Dii direction, O father, O mother! 1'arthcr 011, thousands anil tpvy tliousamls of the daughters of Ainwca are sacrificed to worldlincss. Thejire tjiught to be in sympathy with nil he artificialities of society. They are inducted Into all the hulloivucss oflvliai is called fashionable life. ThcT aro taught to believe that history I ry, but that SO cent stories of adveuttmu love are delicious. With capacl't 'Jm might have rivaled a Florence Aifhl MACK What old book is that? ingale in heavenly ministries orhuith MARK I don't know. the father's house glad with filial ami MACK I wonder what it was ever used for? sisterly demeanor, their life isn jA.stc. their beatify n curse, their cternry a demolition. In the siege of Charleston, dwln lire of credit for his ahllitv. If Samp called trusts nre inentnl hallucinations, a gcneioiif, and our civil wnr, a lieutenant of the jmy son be truly grent he will beseek to de- as a hence tli.'rr. being no such an thing antitrust, there could not I hi nnd will add to rather than stood on the floor beside the dnupMer trust law one cannot oppose the nonof the e.x governor of the rtnto of .Suth tract from the glory of Schley, and existent. In (loiutiug to the sugar comCarolina. They were taking the awi j To the extent that McKiule Sampson attempted to 10b Schley of bination to prove that there In no such of marriage. A bombshell struck thu u thing ns Mr. roof, dropped Into the group, anoalim his laurels, they will show thut they Griggs kills an Industrial trust, two birds with one stone, have souls of smaller caliber than that were wounded mid slain, union; tlic so to speak. The charge agntnst uertaiu wounded to death the bride. Whw tlio of the smallest gun of the smallest ship senators that their acquaintance with afloat. bridegroom knelt on the carpet tr,ne. Shatter is even a more striking ex- the Wall street end of tin) "friends of to standi the wounds the bride dehero. Where sugar" was good for their bank account ample of the"hoine-inade- " manded that the ceremony be is Shufter, anyway? What state wants falls to tlm ground, localise they were that she might take the ovvs charged with being close to the sugar before her departure, and whet tlie lit in for governor? Who wiitcs poetry trust, when there Is not, nor could about hi m V Who, even, kisses bun? minister said: "Wilt thou be failiful there be, a sugar trust, unto death?" with her dying lip. r!iu Shatter is credited with having eaten knowlHut thu attorney-geru'inl'somu of the lutious issued by thu Alger said, "I will," mid in two hours shr ud coinmlssury department. If this be edge of law does not loom up in all its departed. That was the slaughtroml nstness until he ttrlkcK tho jurisdicconceded, thu fact must stand unchalthe sacrifice of the body, but at lenged that he risked his life in the tion of the states. He says the whole of marriage altars there are business Is "entliely a matter of state daughters slain for time and start for service of his country. Seriously speaking, Shafter probably control." He knows that congress eneternity. It it not a marriage, t Is more credit than he Is ever acted and the president approved the massacie. Allianced tosomeonevholu deserves receive. There aro chances act called the Sherman law. likely to only waiting until his father dies, oho thut he may be even a fulrly good gen- Tin- presumption Is that hu means the can get the property; then a little lii!o state must go up against the trusts unthey swing around in the circles. bril- eral, lie Is a victim of ciictiiiistauces der an act of congress; for the constithut were seemingly beyond h's conliant circles; then the property tutionality of the .Sherman ncthasbwn ('leand, having no power to earn a livel- trol. He has, nevertheless, been gated to obscurity, and the leeson Is fixed by tin federal court, nnd hencu it ihood, the twain sink into some corner wry Is a sure eii'Migh law. Hut since when of society, the husband an Idler and a obvious. It has been rendered mcdiociu ability has coiigus had the right to enact sot, the wife a drudge, a slave anil a plain that a man of Gen. Miles, laws that arc excluded from the jurissacriiie. All, spare your denunciations was unduly pushed ahead of Is a distinguished military chief- diction of the federal courts? Mr. from Jephthah's head and expend them who competent authorities Griggs as much as admits that trusts all on this wholesale modern martyr- tain placed by among thu foremost soldiers of the may exist In the states, mid that they dom! may hi- controlled by the state courts world. I lift up my voice against the sacriunder a national law, but that the naThis situutlon existed "because a fice of children. look out of my winand unscrupulous mnn tion itself denies that there is such dow on a Sabbath, and I see a group of thing as a trust. However, thu was misplaced as secretary of war and children unwashed, uncombed, is a representative Mcgiven the opportunity to tent his putty rney-general Who cares for thrinV Kinley cabinet man. They nil were cut Who prays for them? Wlio utters to and malignant spite. When Shnfter comes before the peo- from thu smnu piece of them one kind word? When the city mental barrenness. Knnsas City begins with "Hip! hip!" missionary, pacing along the jnrk In ple the crowd then they think of Alger, and the Times. New York, saw a lagged lad and heard away. him swearing, he said to him ".My "hurrah" dies PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. Laurel wreaths made up at the white son, stop swearing! You ought to go to house and tho wnr department to fit tho Iiousu of God Mr. Ilaunn says ho had no part You ought to political ends, be good. You ought to be a Chi iulan." favorites, and to further In Mr. Hauun fries get no reverence from the people. They his the beef contracts. boll It. The lad looked in his face and' said: fat; he does not St. Paul palpably spurious. "Ah! It is easy for you to talk, well arc too Globe. Laurel wreaths made by the grateful clothed as you are and well fed. IJut The picture by an Imperialist of Imwe chaps hain't got no chance." Who nnd loving hands of the people have mortal grace, nnd aro fragrant with the United Statesu as a benevolent lifts them to the altar for baptlsmV Hut who Tho slaveholder Is most apt. Who goes forth to snatch them up from the Incense of undying fame. would think that such an admission Washington imitation looks like the would crime and death mid woe? Whoto-daever bo made without blushing? e will go forth 11ml bring them Into clumsy trndemnrlc on packagesof Utica Observer. goods, and an odor clings to them schools nnd churches? No; heap them -- Hy counting as "revenue" up. great pile of rags and wretcliednesf suggestive of "embalmed beef." Chiobtained by the sale of tin and filth. Put underneath thorn the cago Democrat. notes of the Central Pacific railroad llres of sacrifice, stir up the blaze, put Mr. Bryan is taking proper pre- given in settlement of its debt to th 011 more fagots, mid, while vve sit lu cautions ujalnst "ringers" nt thu New government, tho treasury otliclais nre the churches with folded arm and In- York banquet. He asks that "all speak- able to figure out a surplus for March difference, crime and disease and .Jcath ers be supporters of the Chicago plat- of "nearly $11,000,000." They admit, will go on with the agonizing sacrifice. form." This is entirely proper, as tho however, a deficit of $93,378,319 for tho banquet of Perry Belmont first nine i.'ionths of the fiscal year, in f.ove of trees and plnnti Is sat.. yo will give the McKinley aids ample scope spite of these artificial and teinporsri iu iiu mi u&hs m your for apresiion. Illinois State Ref liter. aidi.-- N. Y. World. al dirt',. W.'ll he might! jui to o father whose sons arc!ilf lunched? The dust of the valley i" pleasant to his taste, and the driving rains that drip through the roof offtlu scpviichcr are sweeter than the vvincof I llelbon. There must be harmony ween the father's government mid the mothers government. The father will be tempt cd to too great rigor. 'Wiu mother w.l he tempted to too great leniency, Jut tenderness will overcome her. HervW U a little softer; her hand soeius letter fitted to pull out a thorn and soot bra pang. Children wanting anything from the mother cry for it. Thev hop to dissolve her with tears. Hut theiuutlci m lift not Interfere, must out coax I must not Deg tor the child when tie hour comes for the assertion of parei ,ul supremacy and the subjugation f cln'id's ttitnpcr. There comes in Ike hUtoiy of every child tin hour w he is tested whether the parents shall u, or the child shall rule. That is it ejuirlul hour. If.tjie child triumph n that hour, then he will someday n ,vou ei ouch. It Is a horrible seen -- I have witnessed it a mother come to J nge, shivering with terror in the p cure 01 a son who cursed ner gray nptl mocked her wrinkled face and giui'ged her the crust she mum id with l.cr toothless gums How sharper than n serpent's tooth it j nek and Is life f 1 -- KSir(!i!aS? jPRfT. wjW .w . J-- tin r iliROES IN OFFICE. Arr .Not THE ATTORNEY GENERAL Kno-It-A- Life Saved by Swamp-Roo- t. nr Hie Itriiiiblleau Administration I'rla The llrail Popular vvllh the Petiole. ll f llir Admin. The (Srcnl l)lmtivrr Thai Curr ICId-Utrallon DUarmlnatra Trint niul llliulilrr Trnutilri, lailoni. bt Statistics piovc that more people arc brought to the ginve by ilic,aes of tho kidneys and bladder than by any other disease. For inunj been jear medical science hat trying to discover some remedy j Well-deserve- d 11 dis-H)s- 3 1 iVr 11 - 11 ! shot-riddle- anti-trus- 1 11 d c I. niiti-trun- - that would ponltively overcome these dangerous troubles. Hut not until recently was the discovery mnde. Doctor Kilmer, the eminent physician ami cicntlt, aftrr jrnr of study and rcnearch, and after test on test that never varied In the grand result, nnnouncrdthr discovery of Swamp-Hoowhich has proven itself a iiiont wonderful cure for all dUrasco of the kidneys and bladder. While Svvamp-ltoo- t has proven such a remarkable ucce& In curing kidney and bladdrr dUranrn, it hat uUo proved equally invnluablc lu the cure of blood diiicaiir,rhcumutlMii, liver and stomach troubles and in the regulation and cure of all uric acid trouble. Swninp-itoo- t ha been train! In so ninny wav, In hospital work, In private practice, among the hrlplcM too poor to lmrclme relief, and has provrd o In every case, that a jipecl.il arrangement has been made by which all render of this paper, who have not already tried it, tuny haven naiuple hot tie setrt absolutely free h.v mall Ato a book telling more nbout Svvomp-Hoo- t and containing tome of the thouaudi upon thousand of tent imonlal let trr received from men and women who owe their good health, in fact, their very llvei. to the wonderful curative propHe sure and menerties of Swamp-ltootion thl paper when smiling .vour to Dr. Kilmer Co., Hiiighamton, sue-cctsf- ul t, t. ad-dre- n A- - X. V. 1 ThU great modem dUcovery la foi In fifty-ceaale at moat and nnrilollur Ur. drug-store WAS HE BLUFFING? The Vrrj lllaiitcrrrnlilr n .Sinn V, old-fashi- ho Itrt rial Ion lu ,Vu ol VVn Hurry. warm " And Mr er he vvaa Dealer. At four o'clock one Pnd afternoon not . I.irnlv uieagetl at Mr T lone 'go hi drk 111 a down town office a nun walked In and inquired lor Mr It-, who ocrun-- t a ilck at tlje opHvito aide of the Mine of lice. Mr. T thmijtht he reeostiuisl th man a an unwelcome caller W lien ailed if Mr II W4 in, without ratine hiaeyei from the ork Ixforr bun, Mr 1 .in awerrd, "No, he u not," Wncrruon tlicc.il! cr remarked that an he vvaa not very but) hi thou;: lit ho would tit down and wait At five o'eloek lie waa anil vraii.nB At .V.TO, tiil waiting. A few niiitutm burttxMriK're- - c1m! Ida ilrk for the lv and tifrpared 10 pi home. The caller venturnj to ak if Air. H waa bkel) to return to hit o!ll airain that day. Mr T - aiw-eml- "No, he ta in Hufialo and will be back next 'ltieda mortuin;." The caller ahowrd no anger. Oa the con trarv lie Minted, "Don't sjwlosic," he aaid; "niy huainrai wa not !tnKrt.itit, and )our olhee hit proved a plisiiwtit lounging jilaee Pact !,' he blandly added, "I uipoM- - I'm coming down with the smallpox and the doctor told me I mutt stay indoors anil keep - T Ijui'or anxiotndy wonders whethnot Cleveland Plain a, m u -- When a man builds a large and coatljr hoiiKC, he should plan it with a view to its fitness for a boarding house, for that w what every knee house ultimately couiei to. Atchison Globe. thiir. father has failed." He "The old sinner! And only last nuht he to take ou and be hajipj."--To- wn toldtine Topics. Slie-"Ar- i , It's well to begin at the top of the ladder-ango down in tatcof lire. Golden Days. d rom-plete- THE WOMEN SAY Thoro is No Roraedy tho Equal of in All Thoir Poouliar Ills, Po-ru-- na s lion-san- 11 anti-tru- st 1 - narrow- 1 -minded 11 atto- highly-protecte- d Misa .Suian Wymar. to-da- y trust-mad- 0 ten-doll- ar 1 Aiex soma. aec-Vi- ai. garding She says: "Only those who have suffered with sleepless, ness from in the such ns I have, can know what n blessing it is to be able to find lellef by spending n couple of dollars for somu This has been my experience. A friend In need Is a friend indeed, nnd every bottle of I sver bought proved n good friend to me." Susan Wymar. Mrs. Mnrgarelha D.iuben, 1214 North Superior St., llaelne City, Wis., writes: "I feci bo well and good and happy now tnnt pen cannot dcscrihcit, is everything to me. I feel healthy and well, but if I should be sick I will know what to take. I have taken severn' t. bottles of for female, 1 am In the change of life and it does me good." Rend for a free book written by Dr. Hart nMn,jntltlcd"Healthnnd Beauty Address Dr. Hortmao, Columbus, O. a. Miss Susan Wymar, teacher lu tlm Itlchmond school, Chicago, III., writes the following letter to Dr. llaitman reover-wor- k school-room- a. Pe-ru-- a Pe-ru-- com-plain- 1 ? . ,'- - "' J "V i. .Jl.t .'" "(V1'" if..T ' ,r " '1'.' .;-- .P STRONG LAND ROLLrR. low to Jlnkr Our nt Home Wlileh, II I'roperlj- Ciircil 1'iir, Will Last n Lifetime. - '- - fcU FnUe Teeth. A man recently bvv allowed hi false teeth and it drove him mad. Stomachs will Und If ourU a great deal, but not cverythuiK. Sllo trniiiiU'ilolT. IViii'li trre nrr not ctncil ii linrd.v, hihI arc bettrr in atonige howc or lic Vl In winter ami wt In the npnr.K They nrr only imed to trnn-jiluthe Unit scnton nfter'bclnif butl-iln- l, inirrrlr ilo not leave thr.r eaeh tree nut over winter t) b Jug In the i prltig, but roteet them root m i! top, nml thry 'tire tliUK better nai.illnl In the eiirly spring. Hut whn .re termed luirily tree, Mieh n the np pie, plum, nurd nndjiuur cherry nntl eliadr trees cuii ieirt full or spring with to which tittnch the tongue. To make the whole strong mid rigid, connect the IliiunU In Hie Wild Wood nnil l?AT Places for Summer Mutinies. frame to the Iron spindle with brace Ihther, or both, can n found along the Irons made of old wagon tire work a Fit. .Milwaukee A St. I'aul of wMeli any good blacksmith can do. Use lines in tlie Chicago, Minnesota, Northeni 1'L.ANTI.Ntl PI.ACII Tltl.l.rt. K'y Wiconln, Michigan, Iowa and the Dakota. Among (l.tft) weh tre pruned to vlniclr stalk the many delightful suinnur rtfcorU ore t kliii; Mail (urinlHK ln (rlKliO II, ctminK off A,-Klkliart Waukesha, Ocunomowoc, A, uitli to liunl II, In' Kilbournt n Ikc, Martmitte. Madison, Okobojl, hpirtt 'T'HE pleasant method nnd beneficial effects of the remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured Jurtil ixit likes ftur by the California Fig Syrup Company, illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles Hig Stone, Frontennc, Lake, Clear I.ke, wliilr jet in the diiriiimtt btut..! Mtfinttonkn. In the of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste White lksir and If tliej lire not frovn thry will put north woods of Wiscoiiiin, in the forctt and acccotablc to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, forth n new top, Suchr-r- or sjiruut of Northern Michigan and Mmuctota, and t low tin propir Jirtiil three or thrt'e. in th far stntche of the Dakota true ' iportsinen cm, fih and hunt to their heart' nnil firt high, hutllil be CLEANSING THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY, DISPELLING of "Summer Tour," -- constipation, kidney ami liver trouble, a well a malaria and fever effective In all l'ew thing ure. more epnentlul ti)on and nitue. It is particularlystrongly recomaffection", ntul i the fiirni t him n good hind rullot. Never, nervoii nt thl eaon of the ar when tho mended thelcss, tniiny object to tltu use. of the wtcm i run ilovvn end mot susceptible to t oiler bceutiHi) It f rciitieutly team up the jincaM!. All dtUMiflsketplt. ground for ii eoimlderubleHpiiee when It PLANTING AND PRUNING. Ilarunlii IIiiiiIIiik. Ik turned around, orelno the weight of all u men to be the It i the tongue nml frmne bear no licitvlly annul impoMible for me iirtiiieu mh- - k Nome Viilmiltlp IIIiiIk fur i vvno is llraw upon t f lie ladyprince fairy twy, but Wlut Are Coiiiiiiirullv cly ho neol, of the Iioi-hccm in the im to mulfc thoni wire. .gnln, home eoiiHldernbl'i we tun oiler our cat m the street car to the lucaiirrlriic'il, tiretl vyoman who has liecn "shojiiiiig' oil eont and cure, of the implement In day In the vain endeavor to make the $2.'Jj J. ,1. liotluiiil, of .Marlon, 0,'fiij Inobjee-tioiiof tho net returiiH. TIichu her lundmtid kindly "k.ivc" her clothe a set "100 jionoli 1itij( family of nix nml make them look a neat full wlilmiu can be molded. triiiiuilng, mill wiinU to Know wlieu to Select II good oak or inupli! log 20 ot and comfortable n the children next door. trim thrui, nnil If limb lli'oulil ue cut 2S IneheH through (If more the btter), -- L. A. W. Iliillctm. t.tut to liorij, mill R'kfc Un illiMliull.yj iim iieurly eylliidrleal iih ponidble. lluv-lu- g Tiiriinis more OiUurli la this section or by rut, Yes, cut clou Icnt-lnpeeled oft" tho bark, lnk It under the country than nil oilier dlHcnsea put d nothing und until Hie last tow years wn but iv ounr or htlrk iim nem tit cut. wnter and lene It thete Hevernl weekH to to Incurable. Tor n great mimy J'ciich tree ulioulil be trlmmiil whi'ti at the einl of which remote and let it veurs doctors tuonouiicril It a local ilisensc, vet, but In this. car lis should trim dry .jnib i cover Hefore. It kc(h too hard nnd tirescribcd local icuicdlra, and by con to euro with local treatment, hhw It up Into the required Ieiifthh for utatillv failing luctirablo HcicncolniH proven pronounced U In, hnvo eucb of the catarrh to b! a eoimtltutlonal dlense, nml the rollern; that three net linn nlxiut two feet In length, thrrofore requires constitutional tre.itinent. by h.J. Hall's 'lien, hmliif HtriK'k u center and ClicnoyCatarrh Cure, manufactured tho only Toledo, Ohio, Is d Co.,cure on the market. It Is worked them ii n uniform hIc, ho nil rntistllulloanl will turn nlllir bore the IioIch for the ui.rn Internally la doses from 10 drops to a It nets directly on the Wnou journal. Id Imps the best way to do and mucous surfaces of tho vtcm. "hey thin Is to lime a piimpmnker (probli-offer one hundred dollars for any caso It i here be one in jour loci lit) bore with fulls to cure Head for circulars and cCo.,lo-ledn- , rr Adtbrss V. J, bis linger nu inelfmid-tliree.quartO. Hold hv DrupirlsU, 7r. hole through the entire p!cccn. Hull's Family Villa ntu Uio bct. im When the n Hers are thoroughly Nriilliiieiil nud Fact. foiled, "moiiiil" them, Us shown In the you used to She Do you renumber nceompanyliig iiliiHtrntlon, on u rod put your urm around my lrow waist, when wo of Ir'ni or steel mi inch and a half in were ten years ago? lou never diameter, no It will woikasa loose npln-di- do o now. has not He A Aboe the rollers erect the frame, longer. No; my arm Journal. grown any Indianapolis -. i: cure Indtucntion, lose-colore- d ex-ecK tveuk try llontctter' Stomach jlitter. It m - v; mm mmwm - mm'Tk7 s 2&MzmwtL m ? 'miry'- MT "" - i -- tfmKfflrsM ' r? lat sup-pose- IIJL..Vx V- iaM62e&'SrA '. ib VtBsBsbHPHHHHHKIaJUUhSbvV jmmjmm)j),miiii'iKwj BrskRen RVaBl If i tcstl-mon',..- :. Ifl 1 I Il BiBTI--J-is-i- I PaB is -- LI aJ . I 1 I I . I BftjaV J Cii-K- Bg5P f jMTm mm uiH-ine- a . e. " ' 'An Del-sva- T ike, towioS well-know-- Jtfl&f oiir-lihl- f oit content. For pamphlet and "FishinR and Hunting," apply to near-r- t tiiket agtnt, or address with two cent stamp. tJKO. II. HKAFFOHD, Oen'l Van. Agt., i.V5 Old Colony building, Chicago, 111. COLDS AND HEADACHES, PREVENTING FEVERS, OVERCOMING HABITUAL CONSTIPATION PERMANENTLY. : . . nt JIOMr.MAOr. LAND IlOT.MHl. eight braces, two nt each end mid twe between each of the rollers In the cen ter, llrinly welded to the tipludle lu such a uiuuncr as to keep the rollers in their rcHpcethi places and yet allow them tc turn readily. sent Attach an old to the frmne, iih it helps to counterbalance the weight of the tongue and of;ty ilnnly tree nrr brut to transplant so make it work easier on the necks ol when two years old. When mlstd In the lmn.es. Having the roller in threu jiroprr noil nnil in llrM clot nurxcricN sections makes it easier to turn around hriided mid in good than If nuulu yolld orern In two pieces. tlicj are Thin I n cheap, simple, easily mnda and wry practical lund roller. If kept under cowr when not lu use It will hit Klblcy, la ntiiroaoaVUfrtlm... K(r id and Kfiestdc. mowing-machine got through with 'em, tbe whole blame community turned in an paid all its debtsl Indianapolis Journal. Xf.tnl. t iIia tntmr if tmuto !e" avcideil by the exercite of good Its perfect freedom from evcrv objectionable quality and substance, and its acting on the kidneys, "Bigget revival preacher vvc ever had said the country grocer, "was old liver and bowels, gently yet promp'tly, without weakening or irritating thm, make it the ideal laxative. ltrnihfp .lrvi. Actuallv. when that man In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but here, THE MEDICINAL Wonderful Kvunijrllsl. W .HI QUALITIES ARE OBTAINED FROM SENNA AND OTHER AROMATIC PUNTS,! to get its beneficial effects, and on the front of every package. ment and management. Vleasant wtather Consumers of the choicest products of modern commerce purchase at about the same price that others n,t. l.n M1.ij.it fnt tic wnrtt. imnatlv thft pay (or cheap and worthless imitations. To come into universal demand and to be everywhere considered thing should be in readiness beforchandl the best of its class, an article must be capable of satisfying the wants and tastes of the best informed brooms, bruh(. tacks and string shoulil purchasers. The California Fig Syrup Company having met with the highest success in the manufacture I tic winnows ami psmis csi tie jirovuleU. rlfam-i- l liv !. ir.rfi.rlK''Ivory Soap; w.lthini; Withofwarn and sale of its excellent liquid laxative remedy, Syrup op Figs, it has become important to all to have n the dee use llimi kncWledgc of the Company and its product. water and The California Fig Syrup Company was organized more than n U norax win iiuni) aim ueuuuri.c n'v fift'ch years ago, for the special purpose of manufacturing and selling a laxative remedy which would be premises. . .. a -- it -- TaLa !. Wl.. KI.I.A it. i'AitKf:n. any oiar to inc uisie aim more oi me i 2 pieasaiumedicinal agent and of oencnciai in enect man is attested wtown. saleu of i;rciu vuiuc bottles-ittally- , Pfirlle-lnr- lr tidy, as n by the millions of the Company's efforts, rersarr. Friend I understand that, in your line, nnd by the high approval of most eminent physicians. As the true and genuine remedy named a man must be wty plausible and icrsua-sivRURAL FREE DELIVERY. .Mil UP op Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company only, tlie knowledge ol mat tact Diumtner Yes; especially when he's ex ,wl assist in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. )tlrtii ! CrunliiK In l'oiul.rll .J plaining to the urm why he hasn t sold any goods- .- Vuck. Ihr l)rirlntcMt l I'lniinltiu c. Huuvrallnnt for Spring Clennlna: il a In order mavf by method known to the California Fig Syrup Company only. juilgj to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed u ..... .... !. .1 1 kim . In i:ilrn4 II. Fig. 2 PMJNtNO rKACit Tm:i:R Dutud line ii nd cro marks art for prunlm; n coinpart html surcn-tlor.x pntportion, therefore easily trimmed. Tin' top hhont Is often clipped when a j cur or two old, In order to g!w n better Item), ns show n by cro-- . mark at C and I), Pig 1. Aliouinler-trimuH'to inafe nice body. Theieachucr(Uomctrimniiiig Inside and outside the circle, Tig. 1!. A heavy, round and compact top can Jie carried on a fthnrt, thick' body, then start It right. Nature I perfect and imperfect-- . "As the twig Is bent o the tree Is in- clint-d,hence the betterment by the nrt of man. A. A, In Fig. 1, khow depth to II, II. show plant root pruning of bruised ninth. S. C. .Mjern, in Ohio Flintier. d, NEW USE FOR GLASS. CrriutMH'rjalAl Ihr CiinalriietliiM uf b Strrrl In I,) oiib, I'riinvr. Miferfull Vrd In United Stntci consul thut hint October a jialng company there began laying a piece of pinemcut of cermuoeryhtitl, or doitrilletl gluss, laid in the form of blocks, right Inches square, each block rontaiuing U parts, in tho form of checkers, Jtttcd together so that water cannot pass between them, ami the whole Miciueut looks like one largo cicflcrbonnd.,The tuhantatoes claimed ate that it oilers ii greater rculstunoo than stone; that it lu a pour conductor of cold, ami icu will not' form upon It readily; that dirt will not .accumulate upon it ns easily us upon tone, and that it will not retain microbes; also, that it Is liMir' dumlile than vtone, iind just art f heap. The new product is obtained (rout broken glnx, heativl to Ii iiiperiiture of l,t!30 degrees, and compressed in matriceM by hydraulic force. The firm ti'rwiuuicturiug tills material projKir.cti to lunu 't large house entirely of glass as one of the lr.it tires of thecptiilug I'urisexpogitloti. C. Covert, t I.joiin, rejKtrtH John The K)t olllcc department nt Washington is constantly receiving u large aiuoiiutof ciidcucu tending to show the populailty of the rural free delhery system where It has been tiled, and the desire for the extension of the hvnice to oilier territory where it Ih not yet in operation. The original appropriation by the luMt congress under l'rcl-den- t Cleveland's administration for the trial of the system was $20,000, and the congress followed thin with tin appropriation of $150,000 to continue the experiment. Thecoiigrewi Just ended Increased this amount to $.100,000, and the system Ih now considered practically a permanent featurcof the (Hist olllce department. It Ih said by the olllcials that great satisfaction has been expressed throughout the country, nnd those familiar with the subject say thut in imiii- iiIoiih sections, where the country Ih thickly Interspersed with farmhouses und correspondence naturally Ih considerable, the system will be The only persons, it Ih unid, who are opposed to free rural delivery are the fourth-claspost must crn, who lose not only their revenuu from stamp collections, but also the privilege of doling out (iioviuioiiK of various kinds to the patrons of the otllec, who, naturally, in a good many cases, deal with them in the grocery Hue, the fourth-claspostmasters usually keeping a store. The service has now been extended by the department to nearlv rill staten nml territories, and In such states as have made application the department Is now considering the most advisable systems to Introduce. In some of the sjmrsely-settlcregions, where the laruiH are huge and the distance between houses Is great, the experiment Is being made with a biweekly and triweekly system, instead of a daily. Fifty-fourt- h s s, A powder to shake Into your shoes. Aik Tour Ureter for Allen' PooS-Ka- s. It rests Hot, Callous. Aching, 8 v eating; feet and mnkct Nail. Allen's Foot-Kas- n iicvv or tight shoes ciisv. Hold b.valldruccJys nnd shoe lores, --.'. Huuiile mailed 1'ltKrjl Address Allen B. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. In Itlnur I'nrlanee. i'apa, why does Mia young man give lux li.imie a diamond ring!' Mr. Fox Oh, that's the forfeit he puts up to mmrc a light. Jewelers' Wctkly. a bottle of Gkove's Tistbless Chili. Tosta It Is simply iron and quinine In . taatelessfonn. No cure uo pay. Price,50c la AlIFSRNIA JTG .SYRUP - 4'swubt.- For Sale by All Druggists "srt) Price , "at-yoRK- . 5D $ Per Bottle. HM l,t,t' 9 aat .v jr j g'l and Fever The nest I'resrrlpllon for Clilllsv, .W'hceler Ik'velgeur never has a bell on doesn't need it. Just look at his stockings.-- X. Y. Journal. his bicycle. Scorcher--He Tlirx Wrrr I.ond Eaoaah, To Cnre st Cold la One Day Take laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets. AH druggists refund money if it tails to cure. 25c. to try to lull time, for it will eveutually turn the table on you. Chicago Daily Xuws. les It a The centurv- - plant is a case el age before beauty. iolden Days. THE MARKETS. K STOCK aulc,i (minion. 13 00 it. a m k.iMJll I.III..1....A 4 4(1 OA.Vi:.-ra- lr lu kirm IU'iiI 5 'i, IK It III M Cincinnati, April 3 3V 7A 18. ,, ,. i. .riil ('nolle SUKhP , .. .. .. I.A.MH . .. tirlns Vi Ol'lt- - Winter (jit Whrnt- - Nasi 'vil. .. N xeit llO' M aito m CourMinml hvnvy milir n 0 S t5 (41 4.'i Vt S 711 r 3 K tt 3 M W 4 ui. s ki d 0.il No. .' live No S HAY l'rlmoui rhotcc l'llO ISIONS .Mr rnrlv.... IU"l'I K dulrV. ".'.'.','! t'rniiu to choice AI'l'I.KS ciioUc lofunoj,.... POTATO KS.-ltm.. ...."" tlJI-Ali- O. i rol,..,.. riiNo, 8 inUcit . . , ot it. (id ft '- II 00 tl III 6A ft n ft i". 7,i4 7i .7 :uu, mi Ul kt. 5 0 It hi ' (it. dt, M0 1 .(), IU 1.4. colt-sMuet- r 'I'lir Ktirl)' arlrii Cropu, The early cropt. are quickly destruyrd Onions require cureul If neglected, wtitchtug, iih the early weeds may get -- lii'Mil q( theiti in IS hours khmild the weHther Ix; warm for n few days, which double the work of the farmer. The bfst time to destroy wccils Is when thry lire gel minuting, .'i"neer tlic hoe tuitH between the rows It not onTy warm tb nrd causes tlir upciIk of weeds to germinate, but kill- - tuone that n; ju- -t b!rtiDf. nd-ihi- ts which l'OHIC Men. to estimate civlliutiuu, or, Hither, the NKW YOIttC. m.iii'ilul iiclviineenicnt, of u people than PLOl'lt-Wln- lcr patent the prcviilcnce of iroml routln iiinonj,' WIIKAT-S rut Ijicin. They Inrin the locul nrtcricnof COltN- -- Nft S inlxcit KYK trade, rcucliiii,' out to fountain heuils ,'.. Mens from which lie vvatcrw of triule arc I'OKIC-NI.AItt) Wcttcni jjiitliorcil to form tliegrea. streams ninl (iood romlB uiti ITOt'H- - I'atniljIIAI.TIMOIlli otf.iiiH of comiiicrce. M1 tiiNpuycrx, because they relievo OHAI.N wiieni. Na Z ret . .oiuiicrD the farmers ami trailcHincuof the coun.4. Outs No. '.'white ty of their heiivlcNt burden, for it la Krr No. 2 western well Known that one of the uiont CATTI.K Plrtl quality troublcHomeumlmoHt wear .......... INDIANAPOLIS. In),' of till the taxcH they pay is tho '.' traiiHportutlon of their prod no to to Corn- - Na '.'mixed 1'ronpcrouy Outs No. 2 mixed market over bod roadx. ..OUISVIL.I.B. coniiiiiinltlcH therefore ere uuule by (food rondii, nnd in turn kooi! i nud ire 2 ml.... cU tin Index to the prosperity of .lie comOats M xd .T. II. Killcbrew, iu Koutbera munity. POKKMesa.:i I.AtJ-ilt;BUtee Mogazioa. t.Altll-Meam- ..... Nu , OA'IS-Mlxi- il... I ett Corn-Miied HOa.--Weste- rn UKAIN-Wliciil-- A IIkmIn of i'lv lllculliin, Tlirro Ih nu licttcr busts upon ro..VNu"&..;;::::: OA'IJ No. ' UK.VIN I'l.Ol'lt Winter lmicnWhcjt Nn. 'J - tctl.... 3 M 7S 07 ii uo A (3U tt '.7') ii 3I ((ii . d laADASTINn lu the original nnd only durable wall coating, entirely different from nil Heady tor use In tints white or twelve by adding cold water. ADIES naturally prefer s, for wftlla and because It la pure, clean, durables Put up In dry pow! packd dered form, In ages, with full directions. LL. kalsomtnes nre cheap, temporary preparations made from whiting;, chalks, clays, etc., nnd stuck on walls with de- aMWttftOTFOTtt caying animal glue. A1.ADA3-T1Ntip Is not a kalsomlne. who Mr EWARB of tho dealer ays he can set! you the "same thing" as ALADASTINE or "something Just as good." He la either not posted or la trying to deceive you. ND IN OFFERING something ho hns bougnt aheap and tries Or to sell on AkABASTINLTS ho may not realize the Send your address on a postal and X damage you will suffer by a iii - u'ill crml vnn our 158 nacre illus- kalsomlne on your walls. ENSinLE dealers will not buy JJ trated catalogue free. a lawsuit. Dealers risk one by selling and consumers by using S WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., Infringement. Alibastlne Co. ISO Winchester Ave., HEWHAVZlf, COkTW.i own right to make wall coat ing to mix with cold water. HK INTEniOH WALLS of ll)00iol L'NSOLFcirEb TESTIMONIALS SAY every schoolhouso snouiu oe coated cnly with pure, durable AL.AHASTINB. It safeguards health. Hundreds of tons are used annually for this work. curt-N BUYINO ALADASTINE,see ull Ilrblnu, llnriilnu. trjlejr, Hull Ithcum. lilke.i.ct. iucIi that packages nre properly la- Kraliiaml . Hpail.Chllhlalnt. Ititrns. Ilabr beled, lievvare of large four-pouHumor. IlamlrutT. Ilchloa 8calii. lulling lla r kalsopnekapo light It Hoft. Sllkr. sml Liixurl-nu- ll UhlrkenlnituniluiHklnit All KnMFruiillfiiis InruduciiiKa boft. Clear. mlne. offered to customers as K cell-InRfive-pounE "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES." USE ft SAPOLIO W "TUg TO i t, f "BIG FOUR" Sea Level Route jtaujBS' NEW YORK. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. DINING CARS. . K. tA-- i ! ' IMULLS, K. President. 0. ItfCOHMICI. Pass. Traffic Mgt ',r I WAIIRK!! J. LYNCH, Asst. Cicnl. Pass. & Ticket Act, BLOOD l'-- it BLOOD DC It s Kc-ro- MKluci.Mc Cu nCU FILLSI nd 1'IU-s- Aro jou I bllltalod' Add UVQILk llox 151. llerlln. Wit. 71', itt a flvc-iou- nd lackage. l.'li'ts CO U (0 3 4.1 0 115 ft 4 ft iu ft (rtttl ft in ftb iJ 3 (0 Jl 3j UISANCE of wall paper is obviated bv AI.AHASTINE. It can bo used on plastered walls, wood ceilings, brick or canvas. A child can brush It on. It does n.u rub or scalo in. STAHLISHED In favor. Shun all Imitations. Ask paint i)f,ll!,r or druggist for tint card. Write for "Alabnstlne Era." free, to Grand CO., AT.AHASTINE Haplds, Michigan. It contain no IIOHutlfiil NaIii nml Completion) CautharlilM or nythlmilulurloun. lA'uii An cir. ret teller Ijidy eaiiTaneiJ inuWclH nr In Wit dtT. DrumrUU V miill rtOc. CanlllnrU A'lcir.". T. III1.I. Mniiii.artiirlnir Co. N. MA.HKIK1.I, Agt., UI.1..N JIIUUC. .N. tl. LIVE ST06K We don't admire a A.N. KELLOOa NEWSPAPER CO., He doesn't use Carter's Ink. But 333 "W. KinU Mt., Cluclunntl, O. then Carter's Ink is made to use with a pen, not a stick. CARTER'S INK CO., Boston, Mass. Funnr booklet " 1 tow to Make Ink Pictures " I nt. KKADKItS OK TIIIH PAI'ICR UKSlltl.NO TO IlOY ANYTHING ADVKHT18KD IN 1TH COLUMNS BUODI.I) INSIST UPON HAV1N1I WUAT T1IKY ASK KOU, IIKKUS1NO ALL HUUSl'lTUTKH Oil IMITATIONS. Chinaman's Writing. We will furnish duplicates ot LIVE STOCH CUTS or an; olber Cut shown In any Book, at or below quoted prices tor a.ima 3 30 "'.nt V! 4 M 4 IU 7SP lir. 75', T0, 4 .Ml "jBlW" ft ft I 4 hi '.0 iu WMmkmrm Dyd Dy e. No. ft 7Ji ft ft 3 75 Fl.OUIt-Wlnterpatent OHAIN-Wlieat- -Nu Corn-Mlx- um "IIZ ft 4 ft ki ft (CIO 00 73 3d 10 9U, UOl'J Oar raalBfaU(r,rorni'wry of Irs aud S uRI, lreularlllMUlclas..,UcrllB.WI. UTlaanrM 1FX. I I AMmturMimmoklty wont rellrf I quickand lOand rurrttreut-seIlcuk ir-- . Free. of U'llmunll Vb siiXB,Bt l, itluu, ua. UK. U. U. UKM WnfVDQVNEWDSC0VEKY'Bl":8 Tg3 Ifl d' nt Buckingham's c I ItPSular Dowel, are Kaientlal HKOmO -ON 8TIPATI0N I' to lleallti. Add. 11 vn tl A M IBl.Ucrllo.Wla. UKW). Pries 50 rents of alt drncgUta or It. I'. IU1I Co., Nashua, N. U. If Weak. Delicate. or Plrkly. ma CHILDREN Children's Tonlr AddroaaHyarela Medicine Co. P.O. M lOI, Herlln, ia. Alllr M CUltS vTHiK All UX I AllS. Uert Com a Syrup. TastasOood, la tuna. Pold by droplau. UnH M 1787 WdKN WBITINO T ADVEKTHEKt aleaae state taat yan saw taa Aatajrtts cat la Uls K.- -R A. N. aar. 1 ',' - . ,iSt- t- lfr.(Vnwaa. ff93rf I THE HICKMAN COURIER. -- "' Tt la ilinni'lit tiv nil flin vlL, .willed democratic politicians iu tho state that The Fnltou Circuit Court will tho democratic candidates nru nil out, on tho first Monday in next month. and no more- Willi uo announced, wy HICKMAN, KY., Rev. S. H. Hrnly will preach at the aro us follows : Christian Church, Sunday morning and Governor Win. Goebol. Kenton : I'Splendid Solvation of : : : APRIL 21, 1899. evening. FRIDAY, W. Hardin, Mercer j W. J. Stone, Lvoii. SO in Lieutenant Governor Thru, H llays, Citizens of Charleston, Mo.. number, liavo started a cob ulpu factory, Jefferson : J. O. W. Beckham, Ji'lon; NEW BOOKS, rou oovkiinok: W. P. Thorne. Heiirv: .7. V. KAlv. capital $r,000. Trigg i M. D. Brown, Christiau. P. WAT. HARDIN. Hob "Wnrlo. of near Fulton, is very Auditor Gus G. Subject to tho nctiou of the Democratic low with consumption aud is not ex- John B. Chenault, Coulter, Graves; STATIONERY, Madison; J W. pected to live. Gayle, Owen ; J. 11. Philips, Clav Btate Convcutinn. Mr W. D. Powell, sr., who spent Collier, Harrison. Diamonds, NOTIONS, &,c, Clocks, Attorney General W. B. Fleming. the wiuter iu Fulton, is at homo for SENATORIAL CONVENTION CALL. Jefferson ; James A. Scott, Franuui ; a few days this week. S. Smith, Bourbon ; R.J . Upvkiu- FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Call and sec onr Stock. Every-The Post Utllce Department is con- John At a meeting of tho First Senatorial sidering n regulation requiring all post- riimo. Uoyio of Statu firrn T Kcllir, Democratic District Committee, held at masters to wear a uniform. Genuiuo Selli Thomas Alarm Clocks for fl.00.. Nicholas;.!, Breck Hill, Olar'kj John Fultou, Ky., ou April 6. 1SW, u major- thing up to date. 4 Doors Knst of Laclede Hotel, The DomocraN of Graves (Jouutv W. Ileailley, Jefferson, TlioimW Ocaity of said committee bein present : HIOKMAW. K Y "Ordered, that a district convention bo settle it as to a eimdidato for Kepreson-tative- , ran, Bullitt. .1 n d..i...i u. rum, lit Um M.VIIY liKrti:NDE8 & Co. by a primary election, May 201 h. held iu the city of Fnltou on Ttiesd.iy, R. T. TVLKH, I'rc't. o C. A. IIOI,t'SE V, W. C JOIMKKV ..... tr Richardson, Meade: Jesso T. (i Ainu. May 23. 18SIU, at '1 o'clock p. in., to Mr. and Mrs. C. "W. Holcombo will Gr.ivson : S. V. Hiiiror. Riwil Statu u Democratic candidate lor Hiinorilitriiilunr, of Pnlilin Tmt Senator for said district to be voted for leave tor St. Lunis nest week, which city they will make their future homo. 11. v. Mcuiiesney, Livingston; JI A at the November election, I89SJ. -- A writer That the Democratic voters of each that 500,000 men Cassidy, Fayetto ; J. W. Gayues, Jfffcr1 preciuct in said district shall meet at now do tho Avrk, with tho aid of 411a. son; John G. Duffy, Christian Mi.vs thoir respective voting places on Satur- cliinnry, which needed 1(5,000,000 per- .Miiutio c.isseen. Hem ersou. (Succaor lo Win. Dlentclbrink,) Commissioner of AirricnltmvLt' H day, May 20, 1899, at 2 o'clock p.m., sons few years ago. . " time, to select delegates to repA nil, Jellersou ; Ur. J, .M. Frazel Mastandard ICALER IN Tno Republican Caucus in sou- resent them at said district convention, Legislature hus thrown Quay del- tho basis of renrcseutation to be one vote for every one hundred and overboard, mid nominated Jones. There A COMMITTEE of tho Pc nsyl fraction over fifty votes east for tho U gre.U rejoicing amoug the vttulu Legislature has reuom ii'inl- Democratic electors for President in Republicans cd that nine ineinliorH 110 irose-- j 1690 ; Provided, that each precinct shah When n man goes forth in the to ut least one vote in said morning looking liku he had served 2 cutoil for bribery iu thu Qua Sen- bo entitled Solicits your busdicss. We offer tho most Liberal AuooniM4ttoM convention. vears iu the lato war. you may guess ho atorial content. to our Customers Oousistent witU KttakUsbsd HICKMAN, present, lias been walking the floor with his KES7UGKY. Tho local committeeman, if That beef inquiry is getti it to Bankliig Prlnolptes, shall call the precinct meeting to order, youthful protege during the night. be nu old subject, but the fi rther or iu hw nbseni'o the Democrats present may orgnuizo and hold said meeting. The few days of sunshine this week it govs the more it appears loan All who voted for Bryan for Presi- have had the effect of drying tho ground ouisido observer that tbe only FUKK DKLIVKKY. m K.T. TYLER. O. A. HOLCOMBE. J.KAYLOR, W. n.BALT3IKR dent, and all others who wish to bo very rapidly and farm work of all kinds inistako Miles made was ii not J. W. COWCJILL, W. L. MoOUTOrTim. M. B. 8UAW. Democratidentified in future with tho is being rushed. Considerable plow ic party, and agree to support the noming has been done, aud a few farmers saying more about it. , Tolophouo Storo No. 91; inee of this convention, shall be enti- win oegiu corn piamiug in miay or so. is clenr that tbo voln alter tled to participate iu these preciuct conThero was a recital at the Collego in tbo rutllpptiieB Iviut ventions. No. Df!. last night by tho pupils in tho musi soldiers S. W Lutks, Chin'n Fnlfon Co. to como homo. They oluutltrrd UANUrAt-TUHI'.tlcal and elocution departments, A largo THT. rK.EBAATB S. D. Guiffky, Chm'n Hickman Uo. ml Ltip nnmlK-- or iuvltntious Hurt been issued to tight tho Spnninrds Please publish und oblige. by the children to their frioeds, and a fruu the CubuiiH, and do not Killl S. D. GltlFFEV. delightful evening was spent by those- to be held to hold h Philip w. LOCAL NEWS. Candidates for State o )ffltf.. Ueorgo Warren. con-ven- Cash Book Store. KERR & HANDLE, J Watches, Jewelry, S2verwart,ie Sii-ritar- v -.- 1 11 uoni-iuat- - (J. 1, Bartlett -I- HXCZMA2T BA1TE, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. rr't. 11 -- -- - 1, - Pouu-svlvatii- a Anti-Qua- Fancy Groceries and Provisions, Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 DIRBOTOB S " Kesl-idenco- It 11IOKMA1V WAGON CO., 11 pre&eut. Our County Acta for Better Roads. The Fiscal Court at Ha April term made tbo initial steps for better roads in Falton county, through a committee, advising that the county be laid off iu accurately defined road districts, to the end that onr road laws can more certainly be enforced. County Judge Kearby is in hearty sympathy and approval of the move, and hence at the IsbL term of the count? court ordered that the County Surveyor be employed to lay off the necessary road dis- reduced rates. But it is exceedingly doubtful if tho stago of water will per mit it to go rm as mini us bt. Lonis. it can goto Cairo, if it passes tho Mem- puis unugo. Tho Citv of St. Louis I nrennriuc for a great, celebration on the arrival of theennboat Nashville. Tho Mavor will proclaim a holiday, and railroads give CUNTOTI TltADK. Hickman Roller Mills' announce to tho farmers that they specially solicit their trade, and will do everything to merit their patronage. Give us n chanco to provo this. Hoks St Evehsol. B.illard Yeoman : A good scheme for merchants to get trado to como to town from a distnnco is for them to get together about ence a week and offer a prize of say $5 to the farmer who drives tho cre.itesi distance to town. Have it stipulated in the offer that ho must come ou business, bring something to sell and patronize, tho merchants if ho wants to purchase anytniug. Tho tramp nmsanco u now being dealt with bv tho city authorities of Henderson, Ky.. which will have its effect for boiiio little time to como ou that class of itinerants. Tho program now is for tho officers to 'mail" every hobo that shows himselt in the city or vicinity, arraign and lino him beforo tho city court, vaccinate him and give him a steady job on tho streets. An exchange traly says that it is always best to wait for tho evideuco passing judgment. "When yon hear reports detrimental to others tlou't bo hasty in forming conclusions Today it is somebody ciso, it may boon you. Trouble comes to us all and wo should extend tho siuno char ity wo expect from others Gossip distorts and magnifies occurrences that have no foundation in fact, and great injustico is often dono innocent parties. Tho lark came up to meet tho snu, and caroled forth his lay; the farmer's sou took down his gnu, mid at him blazed away. Tho busy bee aroso at five and hummed tho meadow o'er, the farmer's wife mado for his hivo nnd robbed him of his storo The little aut rose early too, his labor to begin ; the greedy sparrow then How ont, and took his antship in. Oh, birds nnd ants aud bees bo wise, in proverbs take no stock, like men refuse from bed to rise, till t seven o'clock. In somo localities there is a prejn-dicagainst Building and Loan Associations because of improper or dishonest practices upon tho part of associations which aro of a national character, but local associations nro, as a rule, conducted and of great good to a community. Furthermore, it is true that thero is a wrong impression concerning methods of Building und Loan Associations, but these opinions are held by peoplo who aro not fully informed iu the matter, aud thero ii perhaps no institution that will upbuild a town on a. more solid foundation than a Building and Loau Association, if rightly conducted. As a conclusive proof of the fact that women aro capablo or grappling with the obtrusa questions of practical politics, says the Henderson Glenner, the Woman's Political Club, of Now York, tackled tho following subject at its last meeting. Can woman or man bo most advantageously dispensed with? It was decided that if tho women were removi'd from tho earth tho men would becomo barbarinus j but if tho men wcro taken aud tho women loft, they would bn annihilated by tho forces of nnturo. This satisfactory verdict onght to conviuco tho most skeptical malo that woman should bo allowed all tho political rights und privibo-for- o Hoen & Eversol, having bought tho tricts, and that he make a com plete map of the established roads of the county with all the contig uous lands thereon. The bands on each section of road will be permanently known by tbe lands defined on each section. This is an invaluable step. Iu the past in tbis connty this feature, has been loosely managed, making it exceedingly difficult to enforco tbe law. When the roads are districted and tbe bauds defined by the lands on eaob section there can be uo equivocation or uncertainty as to tbe allotment of tbe bands, and overseers can be held to proper responsibility. And when this is done, tbe authorities can describe how, when and in what manner tbe roads should and shall be worked. The Courier congratulates The Governors of some 0 Ue atutes nro moving to have Lea returned homo. UP tho entire human raco it is estimiited llutt 500 000,000 arc uil clothed thru is, they w earl cumuli te of ho m 0 kind !!5(),O0l,(M) habitually go nuked, aud TOOllOO, 000 onlycovor purls of their llidj; r.UO 000,000 live iu bouses, 70ul(0-00iu hnls mid chvcb, and have virtually uo shlitr ul nil. A bomhakpmknt of mean, ter words, between caudid maybe gratifying to tbemstj and partisans, but there is a llr; oliiBB of voters who ail to take their words as true, anJre moinuer them niter lue noifia A tirl linn a&..v. Itttaii If uw.vn AnL, .wm ...v.. .. flafnul vwpsc, is to blame who TnK United States Fhilfnum Commission bus Issued a pbcln tnntion to the nativea of tin islands. It sets forth that 0 E&JB noicii:.isr, k:eitttj-ok:y- . are r The BEST kl OFFER Ever Hade by a Newspaper! LA HOT. v wekk rou (war The world, oiniinio( ll PA1K KVKHY thejov-erumen- l, above all things, dViree peace with thu nativcv, but tlmt the supremacy of tho Ciited States most, in conoistiMioy nritb asthe obligHtions which It sumed toward the family Ol li s, part of the archipelago. It Jit farther slated that the object pi the United SlntPB Is to give 'to t lie ample Filipinos civil nnd religious her-land prosperity, and the mint consilient y lie enforced tlirough lirpry Republic, lb prlnUd In tht iwlot-k-wtibJ Tbt Htpublli ill new In right Model Mwnn on for $1,60. Tbt llopublia Sunlxjr MfV(ilne wi lh newppr idcccii of 1807. A 1H l.trg home jnnrnl of the txil etk, 4 pagva ( fun. 14 prloi.d. It contain raort blih-elp(en of the hrlhlti ami leil Ilciurs nd ttrtoont thtn wtrt ner attempted In aojr oihr publlrallna. More nJIrl wriln an I arliit oonlnbule to Tba IUpubllo Macatioa thaa lo an; oiher Western publleaiion. Tbe Mtoiltie "III hi sold onlr in conneotion with Ut Mml-kl- y bm week. inlt.d irparatel Adilrei all order id k, jrr bl tnrl pii( (! $1.60. npptr l, rJn eh irj ai Re-ubl- ie, tiii: HFruitMnt. i.bis, JLs. . ..i.-- Juki, Judge Kearby on this advanced step. He bns in the person of tbe Connty Surveyor, a thoroughly competent englueer, and we look for much improvement iu with u wise administration cf affairs. William Warren Mubiihy, a cripple, residing iu tbe norttesst-erpart of Douglass count III., performed a surgical operation upon himself Insi wppk, which lorne of tho most eminent surgeon in the State refused to uuderake. With a pocketknifo he ampnted his right foot, while uo one was n The Luxury of Travel Can bcit be found on the trains ol the ffi Elegant new, luxurious half-pan- onr oounty roads as a result, ply a question of geography; that if he lived in the South he probably would be a Democrat, but adds be is a sailor, and that sailors bare no politics. o Dewey soys that politics is sim- would result fatal. Jlurpliyn 20 years old and during his lift Iiuh begged to have his deformed foot cnt off, but no surgeon who examined In tn thnnght ho could survive the operation. prPHcut iu the room, nnd then called his hrothors who stninhed1 tho flow of blood. The boy Improving. Ho had been told tost tho nmputntioii of that number Parlor Cafe Cars (mcalt a la carte) have been placed in the day trains between Memphis and Texas. The seat fare Is but 25 or 50 cents, according to diatance, thus affording tbe greatest possible comfort for tht least expense. Elegant wide vestlbuled hon-estl- y Dr. Price, the chaplain of tbe Fourth TeuueBsee, recently in Cuba, eays that it is unfortunate that protestantism has been heralded on tbe island by an army of occupation. The army, he says, is certainly not a successful John tbe Baptist to tbe church. Farmers Free Column. Under this heading will hereafiur bo published nolieefl not to exceed 0 lines each, from farmerH who aro snlcrib-erwho liavo horses, mules, cowj, seed, &c, for sale, frco of elurKO- head kooiI young mules. Well broko, will sell for cash or on tim. or hiro out for tlio season. J. O. Daknrs. 5 20 s, Free Chair Cars mci'i smoker) trains to (with ladles' dressing room snd gentle. run through on all Texas. jro-dnct- s, Pullman Sleepers, Comfortable Day Coaches. J In the past year, It is said, more bomioides were committed in the United States than soldiers were killed in Cuba and more than fell at Gettysburg or in tbe Philip-pinePeople are losing confi dpnoe in tbe law's sloflruesB, and tbere Ib lack of interest iu tbe pub'lio mind. Newspapers have been quick in briuging tbe subject to tbe attention of tbe public, but the ease with which verdicts are set aBide in tbe court-room- , aud tbe facility with which notorious criminals escape punishment, have brought abont a luck of confi dence in tbe law. Tbe amount of crime is increasing, and it dooms that the oriminal is tbe only one that has any rights. People lose iionfiilonce in the effectiveness of the law to punish criminals. Ilenoe tbe iucreuHO in lynching. s. plyto acres good corn land for rent. IIIMIKK FOIt SALK. 20 Atcm for Item. Ai- - Whether you prefer Parlor Car, Chair Car, Coach or Sleeper, you-wil- l find creator comfort and fewer changes if you buy your tickets vis tbe Cotton Beit Route, Write for time tables and illustrated pamphlets on Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. They will be mailed free if you mention tbis paper. S. L. Diucwnv. I havo a good McConuiok sale, cheap, Apply to C Binder for ' L. Ross. " IBIo ya 5a is s O V - M. ADAMI, Travellnit I'attcncer Agent, CAIRO, ILL. FORM E. W. LaBEAUME; Oea'l Paaa'r and TUket Acaat, ST. LOUIS, I - 3 leges of men,. For Nnic. Ono good work horso. Three miles west of Cayco, ou Stato Road. Miis. K. A. Thomas. ULOYKIt AN1 jriTss Z I?I8. CO $m 5 ? as. J D. Q. 1'AKK. J. O. 81'EiaiIT. n DR. S. K. DAVIDSON Mn. Monett, Attorney General of Ohio, has filed information be- 59 a GS3 &. ;aj PARK MAYFIELD. & SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. BIOKMAB, KENTUCKY AV fore tbo Supreme Court that tbo ForBaloby W. M. Bacov 0 miles east of Hickman. Standard Oil Company had offered biui a bribe of $400,000 to disFOR NIL!. miss suits against tbo company; Ono good much cow mid yonnj? calf. and that the same company bad Also, a Hue mure. Said maro is auo to , mid colt the ISth iust. attempted to bribe two of bis M. A. s. TIMOTHY "ll ' HO 2 p es Will Uo n Genorul Law- - Busiuoss in all Courts, Stuto and Federal, and in all tho Oourts of Fultou Oounty. (liven z S Office, - over Oowglll & Cowglll'fc McDaotel,' 1 Diaie jjine, Prompt Attention Collection.- Drag. Stoctv