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'A. . y bbbbbbbbbbbbbbI d lift iff v 'W Sy' v - 74 if r "i i I, r !!-- r i !j r ., tf - N " COURIER. i "r " T "ESTABLISUED 1859. .11 an expositioa ! 2 ,i J it. n.T - NEW8PAPJSB1 v- -- WESTERN KENTUCKY. VOL. XXXIV, NO. 23. Locil and Personal. ma . &y HICgM EULTON XIOpTY, KY.t APRIL 28, 1899. I ;i?i Wi mwiiff! The Gunboat Nashville - $'i THE SPRING EXPOSiTJik &- - Sk 7TTTTT L c v. 'j1 ; if Its of therNow 8prlnp "Millinery, Fine Drew Goods and Trjrnminfes, Ladies Tailor Made Suits, Shirt Waists, Ao., and the allowing has aroused raich enthusiasm onall sides. We have hadfiraisfl and compliments from .every one.Jrre feel Come thht we Kaufa suriiassed our own previous best efforts your eyes on tho beautiful things displayed.' . , and-leas- t . for St. Got the spring fover? ' The farmers are unny. AW Qaeenawaro at Suaw's, condition. The roads aro in Charlie Hclcombo left Wednesday tip-to- p Loak. Millinery. This Department is the, main tenter of attraction just now. 'J he Pattern Hats are lovely, but the creations of our raflli-ne- rs I ' LADIES Tailor-Mad- e -- Dr. Geo. Bnrrns, of Woodland Mills, b dangerously ill. John S. Billon returned Wednesday from Clarkidalo, Misa. J. W. Morris made a fiyintr trio to Mbe conaky this week. '' M A fall liae of Groceries at BtUW'B,. Mr. R. T. Tyler has been in Fulton this week on legal hnsinciM. Misa Lillian Lnten. daughter of Dr. Ban Lnten, is visiting relatives in tho Wty. r ui.. W...I. inwi, uuui trn a ., u, vmimm iiiuiuiD Suits. ' This this season, but jtiiJs met with popular favor i4tr once. Wo show somo 15?or0l different iang-iugsj- are lovelier mill. Words cannot do justice to tho beautiful things shown lerc, and wo hope you'll come see them.. is a ncwature with ns visited frienda in tho city this itii r,, 6wL HICKMAN. Mr. W. H. Rosodalo. Cayce. 0 fjasSv 79c. Ladies "Dolla Kid Gloves. - ., t . . , " . r$ ft KaceUeat qaallty in BlackBrowa Taos, Blues aad Urcous. Come in Lao aad Clasp fastenings,.,' Bold at a Dollar everywhere and wotb the n styles of.AH.Wool 8liitfl 23.00, price from $5 to f The are, made in the very Iflett styles and in the best possible manner. 'Jackets liaed with Silk. Crash it3 from, 11.25 p. of this city, ooened a Dhotoeranh srallery nt - tnnnw.- Riisss ji'iivKpuue ' .&. r t -- f'X W ?. IOC. 4 -- Handkerchiefs. Dress Goods tae, Ladle Pnn Linen Hemstitch. Nice quality Llaou mud cheap at doubU r Skirts of every description, Lmah, .Puck. i'iuJint anwttattn. jg ! 69c. r JLadies White Pique dnd Bedford'Cord A 7& ? Shirt fe t In V 5 Wo are extremely arulooa tor you to soe for wo know yoo vrill not see uaay of tho Hut vro ha.n die, aa thejr aro excltulro vlth bs, oIUh D8oio Fino Bilk fftbrio, in Ma 1WM aad dark grouBd, with mall'' M4 ksge icar, and. also iu aolid Wl, A special bargain, nicked up as a 'HtrgaiH., 3Tou'll jiot find them $n 'the regular way less then a Dollar and f 1.26 any, . where. l ais. - -- ' " t ' - ; . j- v Cmtvfiv.mjaacsm: ife, u. . (BP&. .Il Orrnadlnwi, OUa1U, QhM1, AFpilque Trunmms. saaMUw, Or. . t30Ct, T f " - ftttlllgS, tui .; Carpets, Llnolonm and Oil Cloth, Window Sliuilt and Laco Curtains. Nicely made and fitting, and well worth 50c. " ..i"w.,i"i.f.--izrj tuiVT. wn ftdBH Wjt'gr1' iiriiv au iiu iBn Rlntr nn 00 icVinn vnn vrnnt a telegram from Commander Maynard, New York, Is most likely trae, Rolls. Bread. Fruits. Nnts and of tne war Teasel Nashville, as fol- but tbey are too shrewd to be (Jandies. convicted, or if couvloted It lows: Lucy Koarby entertained sev Vicksbujuj, Miss., April 2fl, 0O. woald be by the political party end of her friends from Orutchfleid, Tom Dillon, 8b., Mayor, this week. opposed to them. Hickman, Ky: m n tt uuuuwui icib u a i vj. n. nuuuaj wj .Mru. Womans Suffrago Convention Shall try to Btop going or coming. Canattend a W. Maynard. not nx dato now. How Democrat! Can Win. i uraed Kapias, Mien. The gunboat travels only in daylight, The home of W. N. McDaniol, Ful- - and as Dookod will pass Hickman on Leave off wrangling with any , was destroyed by fire. Friday last. Friday evening, May 5, or early Satur- body aboat ratios, aad drive ft ifi,xuo; insurance f 760. day morning, May 6, as she is das in borne for Repablioans to answer: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reynolds, of near on May 6th. Mayor Dillon will - Cairo laion City, were in tho city Wednea1. How the oonntry Is to be r, gneetii of Mr. ana Mrs. Jen Clay. be notified of the date she will Btop at people will be noti- benefitted by the destractioa of Mr. and Mrs. Will Uarrigan. of near Hickman, and the If tho stage of wa- City, were in the city wednes- - fied by publications. l Ia wtn nla Q I An its Government paper money, and j.Il.1 raeats of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ring- - she will probably hurry forward, and leaving the banks the sole controlnot stop at Hickman until her return lers of the paper money to be I?- Dr. Faol Joyner, of Union City, and trip. However this will be duly adverissued t Crystal Springs, tised. Euphlo Palmer, of Nsuse., were guests ol tne Hisses waao 2. How the people are to be last week. ONE ARM LOST. benefitted by Issuing interest bearAlbert Amngton, on old citizen o f ing bonda instead of county, who lived east ol Wil-helm- . OW. near Uunnony cnurcn, died Sam Carr Shoots Charles bearing greenbacks 1 ay night. 3. How the whole people are to vival of our young people attend be benefitted by the concentration parry at tne residence of Mr. and A difficulty occurred between some iff basAaess ta biz treats! . AKuar jotuuou, at usiyce, one aptoyea pt Bryant - 4, How toe qrter-boa- t 'tUlsea ia .. -- r WiPspsj slsffWfl HL 'a1" i--Mis Bom Quay, bas been acquitted by a jury of bis peers. When aaen attain the position of great Del Itleal naalpu-latlorWill Stop party boaaea like Qay, and Oroker and Piatt, of New York, tbey are always charged with living in oeia pool of poll, tioal corruption. Aad perbapa a large part, even a greater part of such charges are trae ; bat be that as It may it ia next to Impossible to ever eoaviot one ef tbees. They are of coarse the sharpest of men, and know how te asanage a WkmLJjinMA. sWLB case in court as well as how to manage a political casspaiga. And then there are nearly always a great many false charges aoa- factored against snob asea, and this oreates a great party sympathy for them. That Qaay has been guilty of corraptions ia eleotions ; or that Diok Oroker bas been la Mayor Dillon on Wednesday received at s, tt t.CJ i fi ,V1 ttf M - Vvl i"i H ..Jl TU tiii ti . '. "M -- A -- 1 A u n i -- non-intere- st l?: V Our lines of above nro very complete, and we invite inspection. L H. F. REMLEY, 4 Attorney-at-Law- P. & W. S. ELLISON. - tpected to retara aooa. Will Kdmkton, late in the livery sinesa at Hlcionan. baa located in lulton, in samo business, bavins bought scaoie oi uiini asatnu. ' We bought a large supply of Seed - - av i rprntocs una union Esotts early, when wero cheap, and will aavo von indnoy on them. Ledford & Rogers. i . . . 9Mfim ives ta i tl iBH , M Tr. Oltat. Mr; WilhelawasaSoTbySaAOavr. "AsfeeC V2 gnn was used, tho load taking offoot in live of roar sobs te aesji Wilholm's right arm, about tho elbow, far off Philippines f shattering tho bono to the extent that tho arm had to bo amputated, and the Ike left arm received somo flesh wounds from shot. Wilhelm appears to have been loft in charge of tho boat, whilst other hands left him, went to Hickman, and were absent until after night. When they returned, about 9 o'clock, WUhclin pitched into thorn about going off, especially tho cook. Ono word brought on another, when Carr seized a shot gun and shot him. Wilhelm was brought to Hickman, where physicians amputated his right arm, and properly cared for him. Wilhelm 's home is in Sterling, 111. Carr has not been arrested, and it is understood has loft the country. LESSONS OF SAMOA. Iit-- riuiUiUiiuaiaiiUiUiauiaim-iamauaiUaauiUauUi- a sVssVMHH i Futtin' j " . Build-ia- g. Offloo upstairs, Holoombe " jM"" Ohcso He Sanborn's Famous Coffee ia the kind that housekeeners KWho want only tho best, always buy. Sold only by U. Buchanan. Tho Rt. Rev. Thomas U. Dudlev. t .' V HBJpV Bishop of tho Diocese of Kentucky, will eocn at the (Jnnrch, Hick-a' ' f Wfin Sunday, episcopal morniuK and May 7th, smJa ight. A serious conflict of authority bo- . u. HICEiaN, KENIUCEY. On i'.' Style .Ntween tho federal courts BBS 1 Will practice tn all OonrU of tho State. A. Ts OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, GIVKMK A m SA SBBSflUpVsPtlK'f - J . " BTKjr won't do without yoa w? I ' the oorreot thing KENTUCKY. TRIAL when you vraal don, or repair Id Wagoni, &c. HonholnR a speolaliy. I alio ks.p a full lias o( In the Way - of a turnout. t.l'i : t i. t. H ! S. r Undsrtaksr' i Qoods Coromnn, Roiewooit, and Solid UUok W!nnl Collins anil Oiei, wbleh ou be fitlfil np in short notice, and at reason-ah- t price. OIts uis a call. 8hop near the Jail. IF YOU WANT V AK AN ELEGANT BUGGY. .V . i3. YOU Phaeton or Surrey, call on us. Ours have stylo, beauty.aud service. Our 1899 model SURREY at $90.00, is equal tof r .s t x. tnoHosoid tor juu.uu. . . . GET MORE COURIER In Ihs JOURNAL than In any other paper published both la quality and TW1CR-A.WEE- Good single strap Harness, 510 and up. New Back-bands: slocl;-- , v Plow Gear, Collars, Hamcs, Tracechains, High wheel combined check - Rowers and Drills. 1 4a "T. Malta Double Shovels Repairs. 1.1 ,- "j - quantity. Binders and Mowers. Mccormick OLIVER CHILLED T uivbu x iuno.il 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents. COURIER-JOUR- . The TWICE-A-WEKNAL Is tho equal of many dallies, and the aupsrior of all other pVpers, It prints mora real news, mors ood olass mailer, mors tood stories, than any other. Issued Wednesday and Saturday. A good rosiBiisiloB toassnls. Sample oopies free on application. Writs to K - .. V Sanders & Reeves. Subscribe for the IS F,.i 1 COUftlEIHQURNAL CO,, LOUISVILLE, KY. HICKMAN COURI and the Ark ansas state government has arisen over tho mining troubles in the Forest Smith coal region. We failed last weok to acknowledge a call from Mr. Will T. Wnlker. of Clinton. Ho wus in tho city on Thursday, accompanied by his littlo son, and made usabriof call. The ladies of tho 0. P. Church will . glvo un ico cream and strawberry supper at Oaruthers' restaurant next Thursday night, for the benefit of tho church. Everybody invited to come. -- President H. R. Stone, of Clinton College has tendered his resignation to tho board of trustees of the collcgo uud the samo h.is been accepted to tako effect At tho closo of tho present term In ay. It Is timo to begin spring cleaning especially as to tho back yards. When he piles of ashes and old cans aro removed, a little whito wash will add wonderfully to tho appearance of good health. Wlllio Holcombo, of Hickman, a member of tho Fourth Tennessee, is in tho hospital at Savannah, Ca., Buffering from rheumatism, and on this account Will probably not bo mustered out with tho rogiment. An old landmark gone. Tho placo, said to bo tho oldest dwelling house in Hickman, has been torn down, to givo placo to a new and modern structure. Mr. B. F. Shaw is building on tho old site. Herman Bookman, a young son of Mr. William Bookman, near Hickman, lias been dangerously afflicted this wook t'wlth what tho physicians prouonnco inouwgius. no wus supposoa u do soma better yesterday, but not much uihope for his recovery. "Dig. A delight to contemplate is a onp of UOJTJf JSK, clear, pure, ana harm lessly invigorating. Aro you ouo or tne millions who use Chaso & Sanborn's Famous Coffee? If so, you know its unquestionable excollouce. Sold only by H. Buchanan. Rev. R. W. Bingham, of Hopkins., vlllo, nrrivcd iu the city Wednesday, and is nssiatiug Rev. W. G. Hotley in a protracted meeting at tuo juotuoaut Church. Rev. Bingham comes highly recommended as a preacher, and we ono his efforts will bo crowned with abundant success. Don-dln- For Beait. A 6 Room dwelling, good location and improvements. Apply to 0. W. Holcomre. A Juror's Remarkable Error. ique iu tho criminal anualsofthe state. William Brown had been on trial for several days, obarged with the murder of bis wife, and the jnry returned a verdict of murder in the first degree, which means banging in that state. Just as the judge was about to pronounce sentence, one of the jurymen stated tbat be had passed through tbo jnry nnder 'the impression tbat it was John, the brother of tne murdered woman, who was on trial, and not the and tbat be had viewed the testimony from au entirely dif ferent standpoint than be wonld had he thoroughly understood the case. This development necessitated setting the verdict aside, which the judge did after some rather pointed remarks at the sovereign who bad set through five days of an exciting criminal investigation and bad not been able to learn who was on trial. bus-band, An incident oconrred at the court bouse at MoMinnville, Tennessee, the other day, says the Oinolunutti Enquirer, tbat is un- Miss Christine Bradley, daughter of Governor Bradley, will unyeil tho monument atOhickamaugaPork, Ken-tuck- y all-hom- United Charities will meet next Tuesday, May 2nd, at 8 o'clock p. as saia m.t nt tho residence of Mrs. Emma Stephens. Officers and members aro The Tenbeasee Legislature has requestod to be present. adjourned. The Bardwell Star, ono of tho best The retirement of Reed from papers in the State, has changed to an the speakership is causing mnoh adding much to its print, Hero's to you, Hugh ; muy excitement among tho Republican Congressmen with aspiraUoui, tho Star shiuo on forovcr. o May llrd. Tho Sorely the Samoan imbroglio, the "nigger kin? bnsinoss." as Watterson expresses it, ongbt to be a valuable objeot lesson to as. It shows, as clearly as anything In onr history could show, the bad policy of meddling in the affairs of other nations. We haven't any doubt that Admiral Eantz is right, considering the matter from the standpoint of the questions at issue in the present case. Bat the wrong lies in the fact tbat oar government sboald have gotten involved in sneb a miserable mixture. Wbat have we to do with Samoa f How did we get into an entangling alliance on the other side of the globef That's where the mistake was made. We have just thirty oitizens in Samoa. Their property is very small. Why did oar government allow itself to become embroiled tn this manner! Here we are linked arm and arm with Great Britain and against Germany. If the latter should make war on the former, we would be involved in it, unless we showed Ponlo faith. Instead of letting the European powers fight oat their battles while we continued in seenrity, we are in a position to be dragged into their endless conflicts. It is the same with the Philippines. By virtue of oar sovereignty ia the far East we become a factor in the politics of tbat region. Who knows bat what our government is even now figuring with the rapaoions European oouutries for a share of the col lapsing Chinese empire, and when tbe greedy dogs go to fighting over the bones, as tbey surely will, have we any safeguard against being involved In the melee? We are now paying war taxes. Tbe war with Spain entailed an expense of two hundred million dollars. Tbe standing army will cost nearly this much everyyear. With tbe pensions added, we are at an expense of more than any of tbe great powers. Isn't it time to stop and think t Knoxyille Sentinel. sil 4f ,ir- - ,,v.S. tu. m J p i rf255 j. Z,Tm --A.V r . MriLVt ' r a T - --- . m 1 &r i i!arrsrT-j,- ii s V: The Hickman Courier NEGRO LYNCHED. GEOKGti WAlUtEN', PiiblUber. DEATH OF RICHARD U1C1U1AN. i KENTUCKY, In the Presence, of .Many Pi'oplc Sum JIoso Was Uuriicd to Death. Iteforo the llody Wit lool II Wit Cut I'lcee anil Hone t'nuhrd Atklnton.Who Intrrfrri'tl, W lit Kill, threatened 1. .Wtutsrd hy Ilr.nl Mrlklnc the Itriiln Remitted. 0GLESBYKJJ1Y Vertigo, He l'll. '' f n Una, Cuneulfii rrtr: DISASTER, . III IMllltlHtllll), "Mis Jolincmn, w v tumn jo c it tint man o' jou.ih to atten" Divine wo'tli ip onto in do Rood lan's wke, IVi'foii Grrrn.trat no 'ooiint niKgali 1'soiiKiinod tomn' bin in sidea ihuVh fo' ino'n ton )oali.H "Vo' donu mean t1 toll mo tint lie ain't ''Courage and Strength in Times CURRENT TOPICS. lfe7-0S- t s n j VjtJk. ffS-i'11"1.. lu I ,' &1 New South Walks lost Sl,ooo,000 bj . the drought of Yet the colonj thrives. Newnan, Ga.. April 2 -- In the presV. V. Ssurir. of Florcncs Kno., ence of nearly 2.000 people, who M'nt claims to have the longest whiskers It Manila, Vpril 24. Four nieu of the nloft veils of defiance and shouts ol the world. Nebraska regiment, including Col. A MTTi.K girl of Iiridgcton, N J., joy, Sam Hose, a Negro who committed Sisson and three Stctsenberr. Mvallowod her chewing gum and it tvo of the basest acts known to crime, men of tin' fourth cavalry were killed killed her. was burned at the stake1 in a public nnd(4 wounded in an engagement at A Plymouth (Mass.) sexton was killed road one and miles from hero 1 ho Filipinos retreated Quengua. by lightning while ringing the church Sunday afternoon. P.eforc the torch v as Tho engagement de with small bell for services. applied to the pyre, the Negro was volocdiira disastrous though sucHotel chambermaids arc unknown deprived of his ears, lingers and other cessful figM. The insurgents had a in Mexico. Men make the beds and portions of his anatomy. The Negro horsrshoe t n?h about a inilo long en- keep the rooms in order. system was too weak to rally circling plead pitifully for his life while the field on the edge of a TVE.TV-Tinti:new cotton mills arc under way, or projected, in various mutilation was going on, but stood the antl death came without his having re- Wgil. ordeal of tire with surprising forti- gained consciousness, pnrts of the southern states. Thj following were killed: Hyenas always fight kneeling, tlu tude. Hcfore the body was cool it Chicago, April 25. Gen. Richard J. ol.Uohn M Metsonberg, of the 1st , shank of the foreleg being the most was cut to pieces the bones were Oglesby was born in Oldham eountj-- Nokra&ka raiment, formerly of the vulnerable part of their body. crushed into small bits and even the Kentucky, July 26, 1MM. His parents 'oThavalrj. An English scientist has calculated tree upon which the wretch met his were of Scottish extraction. In ISIJO 'Llcutt Sisv that a human opens and closes his eyes fate wns torn up and disposed of at he wns taken by his uncle, Willis G&'lsson), u (perhaps Lieut. August of l"c ri'K' mont no fewer than 4,000,000 per year. souvenirs. The Negro's heart was cut Oglesby, of Decatur, 111., and (n that .Two pnvntes of the Nebraska regiAmono recent attempts at joking in in several pieces a3 was also his liver. citv grew to manhood. First he was a ment. London papers is one which refers t Those unable to obtain the ghastly farmer three years nnd then he re.Lady Curzon as "the Leiter of India. pr vates of the 4th cavalry. Rudyahd Kii'U.vo has never been relics direct, paid their more fortunate turned to a farm in Illinois In the MtiSt of the wounded belong to the much of a reader, and 'vhat books he possessors extravagant sums for them. campaign of lfe40 he sided with Lincoln. lit Jfekraska regiment. does read are devoted mainly to his- Small pieces of boue went for 25 centi In 1M4 Mr. Oglesby began tho study Vticll with 40 cavalrymen, and a bit of the liver crisply cooked of law at Springfield, nnd upon his tory. a strong outpost. One of hit Richard Mansfield's share of the sold for 10 cents. As soon as the Negro admission to the bnr located in en wis kil d and five were wounded receipts for 20 sveeki' Dlavlntr of "Cv- - was seen to be dead, there was a tre- Moultrie county, where he practiced rano de Uergcrac" is said to amount to I mendous struggle among the crowd until the Mexican war broke out in y a volley "The Amir ransrotlred.carrying theli 6120,000, which had witnessed his tragic end to lsiO, when he enlisted ns a volunteer. The Chinese pronounce their secure the souvenir A rush was made At the close of tho war ho returned to wounded under hre and with great empress the most beautiful womtllflL'ulty, being closely pursued, a fog an whom the celestial kingdom has for the stake and those nenr the body Decatur, rnd in 1647 drove ovcrlnnd to tnvuling the enemy to creep up tc were forced against it and had to light California in search of gold. Returning ever known. dicn. There arc millions of the inhabit for their freedom. Knives were quick- he was prominent in the campaigns of Two men who were carrying a com. ants of the Philippine islands who ly produced and the body was soon dis lSlb and 1M2. He wns nominated for rade weresh't in the arms but they never knew the dominion of Spain and membered. congress in 1S5C and defeated. Four win incir uunien. never saw a Spaniard The mob was composed of citizens of years later he was nominated ;qnunucd Ciiiuoi'KK.Miisb., which hud H.000 Newnan, Urimn, Palmetto nnd other state senator and" elected. Ho was ptai. Rcl cnt for reinforcements to in 1S90, is the only city in that little towns in the country roundabout remote the tody of the killed cavalry- tnte which is without a newspaper, Newnan, and of all the farmers ss ho placed in command of federal troops at tPV and, a Lattallou of the Nebraska Cairo and liird's Point in 1M51 and either weekly or daily. nent, under Maj. Mufford, arrived Mrs. Miles, wife of the general, is a had received word that the burning served throughout the war. In 1W54 drancfd until checked by volleys he was elected governor of Illinois and niece of Senator Sherman, between was to take place. the enemy's trenches Hon. W. Y. Atkinson, formerly gov- served two terms In 1S72 he wn whom and her there has always existed the warmest sympathy. ernor of Georgia, met the mob ns he again clcctod governor and made .nTB Amor cans lay about S00 vnrdi t Of the eOO.OOO pieces put in was returning from church nnd ap- United States senator at the following froathe trenches behind rice furrows under Ore, for two hours circulation years ago uol one hn been pealed to them to let the law take its meeting of the legislature. His returned to the government for coinage course. In addressing the mob he used election as governor was 1SS4. third THTeral men were tunslruck, one in After or is held by the treasury. the effects of heat, nt these words: this term he retired to private life. " th- lay there ss ailing for the artillery Tun highest income received by any the "Some of you arc known to me, and chorister in Europe or America is that when this nffair is finally settled in tocoine up. if S4,500ayearpald to Miss Clementina the courts you may depend upon it PREPARING FOR AN ATTACK. I anlly the second battalion arrived, e Verc for her services as leading sonu then Col. Stetscnberg. who had prano in Dr. l'axton's church in New that I will testify against you." Cm. l.nnton'n Column I.eft San Joir Turf ipttt the night s tth hit father at Ma. A member of the mob was seen to York. lay (or Nnwfptrj Col. fruiumera niJLAc line upon the field. The men A well known professor asserts that draw a revolver and level it at Gov. Marching From llweata. ately recognized him and raised the smallest intervals of sound can be Atkinson, but his arm was seized and Manila, April 25. Although tin r. (.01. Stetscnuerir, tlecidine to better distinguished with one ea than the pistol taken from him. as the cheapest way out of the with both. It takes the full compleHose confessed to killing Cranford, sticky condition of the ground, due tc ment however, to hear the alarm clock but denied that he had outraged Mrs. a rain storm, seriously impeded iti klty, led the attack at the head ot at 5:00 a.m. progress lcn. Lawton's column lef1 incut. He fell with a bullet in Egyptian boats more than 4,500 year Cranford. lie fore being put to death San Jose Tuesday and is expected ast, dying instantly nbout 200 Negro stated that he had been paid old have been exhumed from the banks the otn the breastworks. 312 by "Life" Strickland, a Negro reach Norzgary Tuesday evening. of the Nile in perfectly eood condl- Col. HumnicrBLlia,inarcdnir Ti AHuion foil with nuiuuct in hi ncroM J tlon. They are of cedar, and. float as preacher at Palmetto,) to kill CranfpriU from Jtocava with two battalions cactphlirnc nbullet ktrlklng him nnear the tijc,y ha(1 been paddled I Sunday night n mob of citizens was" as .,Inf. fvtvl ii&ni.rwlj.fl lit. .. ..uuu.. -....,.......- - j ll,l.s. scouring the country for Strickland, from the Oregon and Minnesota regl . uut csiertiay. three troops of cavalry and twt of tfo ncck' The silk worm wast introduced into who has left his home, and will lynch inents guns In the meantime Gen. Mae II UtJ meantime tne nriuirry una Europe by two monks engaged as mis- him if caught. 1,1ft till. 11a.il tltil trjinnlme k sionaries in China, who obtained a - ,.v..v..vGov. Candler has been asked to send Arthur's division is in front of Calum ira. ilnf .11 ' T'l-- t , nttnnlr ... ... quantity of silk worms' eggs, which troops here to preserve order for a day nit nrpnnrlnif in ......v.. tlm rnlm ' l.tii ,1'Pinos Moot, unui ., .c- me j ......ay i i , . they concealed in a hollow cane, and or two, as it is feared the Negroes may strongnoiu anu ucn. iiaie, witnscvera tlm TTll.00I,, were rijjm on .. mc conveyed in safety to Constantinople 'icnu Ulen Uley ooiieil to the weak vengeance, many threats to guns, is threatening enemy's flank. tin in 552. A few rebels between Novaliches ant ol lutrcnchincnts a mile The pope is the only ruler of the that effect having been made. I Ga., April 24. The Con- La Loma have persistently interfered Atlanta, tzm law ratican who has ever strolled down Pall rfcJl.-askreirlment lost two nrl Mall. It was early in his career, when stitution says Monday: "The terrible with telegraphic communication, but H 'I he wns simply Monsignor Peccl. He expiation which Sara Hose was forced the signal corps has repaired th vites and had many wounded, includiwas mentioned in the London papers to pay for his crimn will arouse a Hood breaks and captured several prisoners ng twollcutcnnts A small body of rebels at Taktay wat as having attended a reception of the of discussion carried on by those who The Iowa regiment had several queen. know the facts on the one side and by discovered Tuesday morning by the w.undcd. The human system can endure heat armored launch Nnpidan. A few shots he Utah regiment had one office: of 212 dcg., the boiling point of water, those who do not care for facts on the scattered the rebels and drove them three men wounded. because the skin is a bad conductot other. hirtcen dead Filipinos were found "Rut, while the form of this crimi- inland from the lake. and because the perspiration cools the All is quiet along Gen. Hall's and the trenches Their loss wac com- tody. Men have withstood without nal's punishment can not be upheld, ratively small oil account of their Injury a heat of 300 deg. for several let those who arc disposed to criticise Gen. Ovenshine's lines wfe shelter. minutes. it look into the facts and by these facts In 160:j .Tohn Jacob Astor bought two temper the judgment they may render. MILITARY POSTS IN THE EAST The Americans carried the second pieces of farm land on the side of New trench with smnll loss and arc holding "An unassuming, industrious and York city and paid for them S23.000. hard working farmer, after his day's ilen. Merrllt In Coiiiultatlnn llh Secre- tic town Sunday night. They arc now worth about 55,000,000, toil, sat tary AI;er antl AilJU (ien. Ctirbln In Col. Stctsenburg has won a rcputa at his evening meal. Around while the Astor family has collected in Itecartl Iti Them. tion as one of the bravest fighters in him sat wife and children happy in the these 95 years some 510,000,000 of rents the rmy. He always led his regiment presence of the man who was fulfilling from them. WabHI.noton, April 25. Gen. to them every duty imposed by nature. commanding the department Merritt, and had achieved remarkable popular Two Californians have devised an of the ity with his men since the war began, improved catch el clasp, having the two At peace with the world, serving God east, has been in consultation clamps usually placed on either side of and loyal to humanity, they looked Secretary Alger and Adjt. Gen. with although during his first colonelcy the Corbin the lock connected with the central forward to the coming day. regarding the forces and posts in his 'olunteers who were not used to the sliding catch by rods, in order that the rigid discipline of the rcgulnr troops "Noiselessly the murderer, with up- department The withdrawal of troops tliocght movement of the central catch may op- lifted ax, advanced from the rear and him a hard officer. lor service in the rhiilpplnes will leave Tte loss of the Nebraska regiment erate the clasps. sank it to the hilt In tho brain of the tome of these posts AsiiEtfTOH is found in nearly all parts without garrisons in tte campaign is the greatest suv of the globe, but there is probably no unsuspecting victim. Tearing the of any number. It has been suggested talmd by any regiment, and Sunday's child from the mother's breast ho that the posts on product of inorganic nature .about the northern which there is so much popular mys- flung it into the pool of blood oozing border might be abandoned and disaiter has greatly saddened officers and jicn, who promise to take fierce tery. The principal claim tor this re- from its father's wound. the decision has been "Then began the culmination which attempt to keep them reached not to venptancc in the next fight. markable product is that it can nat be up as posts but consumed by fire. has dethroned tho reason of the peoWiSinxoTOX, April 24. Tho followIn a new animal trap the cage is ple of Western Georgia during the past they will be placed In charge of some ing message regarding tho fight at Invalided oilleerand a very small force, formed of wire, with a chute in the week. desufficient to take care of them. The Qucnjua, was received at the war bottom made of wire's woven into a "The wife was seized, choked, thrown different fortsalong partment Sunday: tube, with the lower ends of the wires upon the floor, where lwr clothing lay the seacoast where "Manila, April 23, Adjutant Genermodern guns have been stationed must bent back and sharpened to to prevent In the blood of her husband, and rav- be manned in order al, Wshington: A recoiinuisnnce on the rodent from hacking out when it ished. to keep them in Quetifua place, six miles northenst of once starts io enter. "Remember the facts! Remember proper condition. There will be no Male os, made by Maj. Hell and a A Canadian has designed an insect the dark night in the country home! withdrawal of the forces from these tioopof cavalry this morning resulted shield for trees which is made of a slip of metal of circular shap, with the lower Remember the hlnin husband, and, forts in eostact and battle, in which four edge bent to cut into the bark of the above all, remember that shocking (looil I'rlct. for it Coll. batta.ons of infantry and four pieces treo and the top formed into a flaring degradation which was indicted by the San ritANcicco, April 25. Tho trot- of nnUery becamo engaged. Kncmy hood, with n huitablo filling botween black beast, his victim swimming in ting colt, Who Is It, hns been Hold by driven 4roui intrenchmcuts atQuengua he shield nnd the tree. her husband's warm blood as the brute A. (!. Gurnet to Sain Gamble, of thU with unsldcrable loss; our casualties (JkockkV scoops are to be made with held her to the floor! cuy, lor a sum, it is stated, something quite severe. Col. Stetscnberg nn n weighing scalo attached, the upper "Keep the facts in mind! When the like 55,000. The colt is by Lieut. Sissons, 1st Nebraska, killed, portion of the handle .being cut away picture is painted of the ravisher in Medium, and is the also g for the reception of a Considerenlisted men. barrel, with a wiro bale it the flames, go back and view that darker present holder of the world's able lumbers wounded, not yet lower end which supports tr scoop picture of Mrs. Cranford outraged in record of 2:12 (pacej made last the blood of her murdered husband." year. wncn suspcuueu on tne scale. Otis." (Signed) A Parisian prize of SC00 is awnrdeu Tho (uih llu No riiltrill Anpert, Cuttle I'huiIdc In Cmmilu. annually to the poor father who can Clean Seixetl at I'lttauuricli. ,roitONTO. Ont.. Washington, show the largest and most creditably Piitiuuhgil Pa., April 24. It was April 25. Attomnv pii! 14. In tome brought up family. A shoemaker, who parts of the provli.co there is some- General Griggs in speaking Monday of leornw Sunday night that something has 14 children alive, carried it olf thing of a cattle famine because of the the Negro lynching near Newnan, Ga., over lw.000 cigars has been found by this year. large number shipped into the United Sunday, said that the case nad no fed- the Internal revenue orllcers in PittsN'r.w York has a "benevolent pawnburgh, rearing stamps Issued by the eral aspect and that therefore the shop" which paid 0 per cent, last year States since the quarantine was would take no action what- TaeoU factory, Lancaster, Pa. Reand loaned nearly a million dollnrt, on ever in regard to it. turns from the balance of tliin district 1,000 pledges. A notable point of its Three I'trtoni Killed By it Train. have nt as yet bceh reported. report is that nearly all of thoso ItAIIAIlOO, Wis., Apr1. 21. Fout L'lilUil MateK IJIntritt Attorney Arrrileil. pledges were redeemed. young people were i.n oown .Saturday PlIILADKLI'llIA. April 25. IiUcry iV cldentnllr Htotand Hilled. Los Anoklks draws its electricity by , t1 n tr..HH the Chicago & Northwestern fast Ingham, States district atfrom a turbl-s- t gGJNTOWN, ftj'ii npru i. iivurjr mountain river 90 mail at Crawford's crossing near thit torney, was arrested Monday by secret una dui. ni?ed 15 years, wait accidents milcuaway. The 12,000 horse power runs street cars ana machinery, nnd city They were walking on h track service ollicers in connection ii, ,i - n"yi lh nd killed by MHUurn Nelglijfbig rcvcDie stamp counterfeiting case. Instantly kllltd. mplicstbe city with Hjrht and heat, ' "te .? Jr one-ha- lf Lincoln, 111.. April 23.Rlchard J. Ogleshy, former governor of Illinois .lied nt his homo at Oglehur.st, near Rlkhart. 111., at five minutes past I Volook Monday afternoon. Concussion af the brain, resulting from a fall, was the direct cause of his death, but the indirect cause was weakness from which hu has suffered ever since u .severe attack of the grip four years ago. Monday while prcp.iriug for lunch it his homo. Oglohurst, nn attack of vertigo caused him to fall to the floor, ind in the fall his head struck upon a small box. Dr. C. It. Tnylor, the fam ily physician, was summoned, nnd all possible aid was given, but the AufEngiipeinent nt Qucngim In "Which "JSovcii inorIctina Were Killed. t Hebel "IV of Danger. n I 8nlifqiit"tly Attacked nnil Drlroa rrom 'Ihrir Trench In the .second Trcnrli Mile Aiij-N'flir,- iili Iti gluten! the l.ter. don' Ink" t' .i) it." "Kf hr am' in do faith, drn wlu' doctrine doo hu oluij: to, Mm' ilolinnuicT" "Well, p.i Vmi, ain't not imioli oiiiiiiun in de matuli, but I kind ' rtd.(ti l.it do only dnotnnti lie U.mf onto svid any vn tro-- i' nutount i' U'iialic. sui de utiedat oz. A bird in do has .nil uuth tsso on dr roost,' wlitn de daili o' de ootipV pit u iruiK lock ti' de dawe's uuolislnod. Cleveland 1 rehiiion, .Mnt',luhtiinitv" nli 'sprrionteil 'bout richti dat'o "1 umrn pa 'con, tlmtli Read the 'warning between the lines. Wfiat is that wartr ing? It is of the danger from accumulation of badness in the blood, caused by the usual heavy living of the Winter months. Spring is the clearing, cleansing time of the year ; the forerunner off, the brightness and beauty of glorious Summer. .loss it. Ieadir. -s E are A Slrtiim Xiin'a .Secret. The itrunirokl man on earth m)s tlir of hi wonderful poiscr i portent h yettkin. lltettc's Stomarh Hitter nukis tligfti(n uiy, and euros all cotnphunts arisiitK from weak utinnaili, null ss Ih!huiiiom nnd all lisir snd kid noy niltnentx. A a blood punHer and nerve tunic it i iiHtrveloui. It i by all pliymoian, nnd U told by every druKsiH in tin euuntr). Rverhody needs it at tin time of the your. tc-crrooom-nu'tide- . I'roiir lrce en-;oic- dosv-ttg- Two men were atmittuip outride a jewelsvinilow admiring the Ktiireoua ditph) RhoumntlHm " 1 hud iheuumUniit of Khlttrmi; crius that 1st Wfore tlirm. live yours ami inn tvuarioutluoaiy nav lor llit. Prt'tcntly one of tlirm, Klntin; to an object KixhI's HaritarillA hns mt'onllre in u rrn inn tra), ma A a blood iiuriUor it ha lTllof my ,iui (hk at that toaripm, rtprrntnl.n ililldron svondorfiiliy " Mk H A Hauiii, VI l..M...t II.. IIUS1UU , VI a lly Aiiumo ran tell that' not rial " I. vW u. llllllll "Wtll, I Wiould tlimk so," amcrtd the friend. "Who eor ssv a lommcii lly tith lurh a bright h. it make mo wt.irs tthtn I think that the jvwelei who protiiirtsi that fondly hoped tlmt onu one smiuM imrthaie it to Uivwso In friend. If I saw th.it on a tiian'd scarf I could toll IliNidi ll .icunllirf dinctly that it ssa an tnanu'lrtl imitation." the ar I lUlmf il At that moment the object of thrir nlj flliMlj u it) salt MM H,MstUU. HHisrtl acroM tho tray, llesv in the air. and vanished. Tho two iu n lowkrtl Mill other. Kiitpod, and moved uay at AN ORDINARY OLD COIN. without a wrnl. Pcario-ii- ' Wixlly. l'tilllo. tr' - ninrtitoriiiHouiitloo in v tonirut) HUtl lHteail of letUwK' my 'liSlolim nHiMtonn It, I unli liiv fusouto piiMg ttuiit, Hindi's Kiiri"ie rtllrt. 'nit biuiih i dlitnHnrotl " Mufti H. M. I'tim nv, t,Vi Mor'h St , lssoil, Mass. Follow the principle that Naturolayj Start In ut (men nnd ptirlfv jniir 11(hm with that grout opei'lllo. Hood's.' Siiixipiirillu. II ncttr I)kimhhIi TumorH "A minor na tlc as a larpe t- ,tl-liv- , niM-unot'- l' cfwCtCl SaUabatiffg i er HI 0(1 ICttwaril r ! ioo Hut ll poj-ulatio- n rf it half-cen- in - -- . " 1 ... .! .- - m IV iwld uiau looked up and mkI: "I'm.' lorry, bteatfe juu gave hie that sery ipjarilr ler jotirilf ia.t riiaht, and been flr)oulne. Well, Rheit hro'" HeUiina look tiieouartrr and gave the rvridui lor a uitke, A he took the .puitrr from (he riit4iietr he mddonly dropped hit newprr and gase a uhllekle. hantilr I'tlU ire tn-- 1 eat. "WellT sell'" herxrkiimnl; "here'. Iwk. " A I'ruleal. illr mo if that im't 311 lOi mi.iri.r ,il. I mew." Mid the hcnlator. "that w ! .'.' lar and an arrowll". wmik tMt.m now ukt-- up the j ' iiilil it uitti ln hhV. with eswlnwe l "Mr Clka.nuan,'' interrupted a rwilor, ' m',l Mtwfactit.n han t tint white man' burdrn ltoetry " liunurj ed man in the corner, who had-be- n workid almtit enouiihT"- - l'hilatfrlplua oofneard the cont ra(Hn, juir.ped up aiidl 5 aid to the romliKtor North American. quarter in I that tho ety iniicd I cave oti rterday HMiriuiik'T I tUt iniarter, Aiklaur Uealrr rue Allra' 11 na a nel.rtpiere and a valuable vmn. A posder to shake into jour hwn ll ret 1 rniwmlVrt now that I cas-- it to u. I dv the feet. CuiTlJorns,lluuloii,Hvolleu,Hore, maiiit ho aid, lunkini: lirrrWy al the Hot, Callcii. Achtuir, Mtseatiuir feet uml .Nulls. Alien s Poi)t-IUiuiukea mild man. "If jmi are a ceHtlemau swuwiflS pise it to mo " liesvorliMit shoos easy Hold h.s uHtllUmlif and aliens t"tvn. aV Suuiplc mailed KKhta "It in't jour. Vim nos er ?a,vo It to Mv M H. OlciMcd, Ijc Hoy, N. Y, Addit Alleii wife case me the Cum by iniMake; ft ' iwrt ef a elrttuin that' been in the fame l Inconslaletil wlllt Arithmetic, IWT! " )ejll the otfiiduetar. L l.ave and iiMm(;ii hve no nird for the ' tells milt, mine." ald lliehuriKrvereil" man rule of at thmrlir mx i Iirt,are one -ston by the svajjI hti they ssranislrd and (iturielrtf JJtJ one ami thtn one ai.d one daseutotrn 1'hila 'No, dtlphia Hu ifliri hI the mild man to a nrtekW, ask ., . . ..v.. ,.,-- i,u.fi.rimiiitn: ipiaruii unitI ae piittn The lle Ion fur ChllU. I'rr.crlpl uiuinai he pau nil lor a wrtk.ih4 t ere nnd Fever sn iKittlo of (jovi. TrTrtrs irjinc to Ciiii.i,Tcni' It l simply iron ami qi.iiilno la ItlllU Il' .ilut ,.ul. .j a taslelos fonn Noruro nopay. I'rlccMV. luter Ocean. C To Cure it Cold In tint- - liny S(.akinj:tf.n-- "I think I am a cood judge of whuk Itoorinsion "Oh, tif-- , yt-- are TaVe laxative Hromo Omnuie Tablet AH m nrcan adveciteut the bar." drucKittarrfuiidnKinry if a failatorutc 25e. not a judi;r Town Tcji c A sroti otruitation prtvtnU mental dit! Knrx ' Mi Hlsth' pro ' Ulirelrr ' 1 c u don t mean p.stion ltatn'i. llotn. nujor.ts vat ay to the has bought a svl.ccl' 'Iissn There' r Icnsitii; the fart that Itotiou Hit itaduix of till piix-- tsill be lilotiMH to Irani tli4t there. nt leu.t gnr ilivudft. tlinoAM' that lolire la In en able to lute in , .ill Us inn-ih tlut - lutanh IhtllV C'.itairh Cur: u the only i.itivo cure knossn to the luitlua) fniteriiity. Catarrh a ctHtatitutloual diirtiM), icqwitm a ovuotitutiuual tioutiiiriit. Hall' t'at irrh Ctiir i Ukeu internally, aeiitiK dimiir ujKin the blood and uiuotiu nuihtrrn of the oh'. Ihoteby dVairuMni; the fiiundatmii of tliriliMB.e and itivinc the tuatieul strength b buiMitin mi tliecotuititulioii and aMittint: nature In doiun it stork Ihe proprtrior luse o uiiirli faith in ita rum tiso (Minria that limy tiller One Hundred IMIah. for any tlwit it U, to cure, fcend lot ht of J l''"""- - A.Co,Toltdo,0. A" rP K IP'S. "i'. ''"'RH". Srrsed to llrlntr Oul ihe nf UeuU lltiiiiniillt. I'nll-lli- U a ,,,,7 MM,i,r, tt, ttte tttudti, "Se htie''" jelled the itHtdm tt.i. kHUhc red in the faeo, "you can't - im (purler liVe that on we ll' .Ink. I can't lake h for mure than 20 rem " a- Mid the atrrvt car citmluetvr to iiian who Krt.rd in hl "Sty.yvMW fe4 l 'fr.( "' Ihi (jiMttrr 1 imii'i toe The man retitinuod to In rluncr, U( iidhhl ut Ut. hmid mild "fjat'' tnnnertsl il, 'J"'" iiewiuir sr. i4 eii, - tat ' fr i, ce l'r a m - -- Taal-Kaa- c o itf ' '' ti '' Topic. l cl.c I II.'- - has h i I. A Htillft.rt. PAINFUL PERIODS NO MORE how I wish more suffering women would accept your hind offer and Ikj relieved. There Is no need for women to suffer Mr. I'inldiniu'n ndvleo uml Lvdln K. I'inkhum'H Vegetable Compound svlll relievo them " Mrs. Ida Pcthrs. Milnn, Tenn., writes: "DkaiiMiw. I'i.suiuu When I ssrote to you the firitt time uniting your advice I was a great, fcUJTerer, MeuslruiitloiiH svero irrogulur. s n week too soon nnd then a week or tssi Into, nnd when they nppoiircd vtcrotury profuse; great piitu and touderuoss In the liosvels, pain in nek and limbs, loueorrliion nil this time. I i'hh wink nnd nervous mid hud no appetite, turning und choking sensation in my throat, received your reply and followed nil your nstructloiiH nnd now I nui cured. I os-- my ivory nil to Mrs. I'inkhum'H udviee and her aPGLfisa WC iderful remedies." Ella E. Dkcnner, Enst Roco-stc- r, Ohio, writes: "IhnvolH'cn thankful a thousand tltnea since I wrote to you for what your Vegetable Compound hns done for me. followed your udvlce carefully und now I feel like u different torbon. My troubles were hendnchc, nervous tired feeling, painful menstruation nnd loueorrlm-u- . took four bottles of Lydin K. l'liildirsin's Vegetn- -' blu Compound, one box of Pills, 0110 package of Sanative Wash und am now well.'' Mrs. Macgik I. Sum:, New Berlin, Pn.( writes: " I liuve r.uffereil with terrible bnckacho In tho Miinll of my back for about seven years, and could never getnny thing to help me. 1 tried several physieiuii.s, but found no help. 1 have now tnlccn throu bottles of Lydia K. I'lnkhiim's Vegetable und foci llku a different ssoinan.'' Mrs. H. A.. iuS. Cedar Street, Owosso, Mich., writes: "Nearly three years ago I wrote to you asking ndvleo In regard to my health. Iwnn bo miserable; suffered from painful menstruation nnd backache, was kind letter from you, tolling mo nervous, dizzy and fulnt. I received such just what to do. I followed your ndvleo nnd I now tiru recommending Lydlu E. Pinkhum's Vegctublo Compound. I thank God for UiIh pain destroyer." sotne-titiie- 1 sseakneos. Irregularities MRS. "Suffering ns ahad from from this suffering wan a nndJ baukaohts several yearn, release blessing. Ohl , I GEORGE OSMUN. of Hclvidcre, Wnrren Co., N. writes 1 HbflDaUD9a 'NHrW u 1 buck-nch- e, 1 mPmr Nutwood-Wilkes-Happ- y Com-iiouu- d, spring-containin- thiee-year-ol- d re-por- 11 gov-emine- nt tiimiiaiiiui"i"i"'"'''iii',''":''"'''"l,''''"i'iieiiaiiimii(iiiaiij! "DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." i BUY X 1 A SAPOLIO a 1 w" -- I 'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END. - HiMiiaiaiaiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiaiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiai(iiaiMiiiiiiaiiiiiaiiaiaiiiai ! I ! f K asars" - nvrj ABOUT TO CLOSE. The Arffiiiiipiiii In tin, ilr8. eorffc Murder Trial Umlor Way. "rh.Ar..u,r,ni,rlrn, in Will Commit Sulrl.ln-- lf Ac. quilted U hup , tmtlon lata for Largo hum, 21,-- Tho That f Con,lcUl Cakto.1. 0., April defense In 'ilic George trlnl began Thursday morn-In- k It atlnclc on Mate witnesses claimed to be addicted to the opium or morphine habit. I)r. Hymnn, superintendent of the state asylum for the Insane at Ncwburg, testified n an expert, lie said n perou addicted to the hiiblt lose honor and truthfulness and retain llttlo or no principle. Of 1,050 patients in hit asylum, he estimated .VI to 100 wore morphine victims. ThU tehtlinony it most Important and valuable to the dofeiihe. Mrs. lloknmle, who wa the only witness who identified Mr. George as the murderer, Is an admitted morphine user. Alva Whipple, J 1, Mook and Mrs. Mtwk testified to the dnrknest of thu V. night. 11 DcWees. Mr. Mnud Jlandnll and Joseph A. Llppcrt testified to burrs growing alone tho sidewalk next to the house where Mrs. Georxc roomed. Thomas Slupard, the former janitor, was recalled and testified to having heard Saxtou ay he would hick Mrs. Goorgttout of thu block if she didn't tay out. S. S. Kitufmnun, cashier of the national tank, testified to Issuing drafts to Saxtou to the ninounl of 5'0U. which were eakhoil in South Dakota either by Mr. George or others for her. expressed the opinion that they James Iluddoll. night clerk nt tho would get through in two days. Hotel Federal, Alloghony, testified Mrs. George looked more serious thai Saxtou nnn Mrs. Ucorge d Monday morning than at any time dur(1. 1). Smith and wife, of Toas ing the trial. Her face was paler and ledo, on March 21, 1K4. was less animated. An nllbl t promised by the defense. her manner the time for the verdict A wflmau who llc near the scene of As tho murder will swear that Mr, (icorgo approaches prophets do not feel at they have been was In her house at tho lime of thu ni free to foretell the verdict. A majority of bbtxtUug. AUnrneys for Mr. George say they them, however, still incline to the view will juoouni for her whereabout dur-I- n that the verdict will be acquittal or all of the time between 0 ami 7 diaagreemenU The latter is bused on tho opinion that the statu lms not p. m. proved her guilty, nud that the defense CA.vm.v, ()., April 22. The defenso has not proved her innocent. Attorney eo flight to show Friday by Ml Grant opened for the state Monday It. Ktlngior that In IbDd Mrs.. morning. Grorjfe wu making preparations to go Mrs. Strecter, a close friend of to housekeeping. It wax exclude! un- Mrs. George, is quoted as laying that til belter evidence of n promise to she will never serve a penitentiary marry her had Wen furnished. Thu sentence or occupy the clcctrle ahar. witness also testified to passing She Intimates that the prWoncr would S..ton on his way west at take liar own like before cither the evening of his death. At Ori should bo meted out to hor. she mi Id Mrs. George came to her home Mrs. Ktreetcr Insists that friends of on Marlon strrot and remained there Mrs. George will aid her In cheating until OHO, when she went t Sterling's jiuticc. Tho sheriff and Jnll oillciaU Iaw tfitae. These hours eonstllutu mi !o not rugard the threat seriously. It nltW. It botyig prnctloolly a physical it said that If she it acquitted Mrs. impossibility to have been at the Georgo will sue the Saxton estate for home at the hour of the shoot-in- r a large sum. and at the Klingler homo at K. J. Schinlaen. a tlruggtst, testiIMPORTANT ARREST MADE. fied to having sold oitnee bottle of morphine to Mrs. Hckronto !aiiiiirl II. Diiwurj, Oillaliln Itrtfiiun nt intervals of a week or two. Harry Tnkrii Ini ( uiloilf In ConA. Taylor testified to Mrs. George and nection Willi Counlorfrltllic Buxton going to Allegheny in March. Lanlasikii, I'n.. April 25. Ono of IbM. Joseph Kckrnate. husband of the tho most important arrests in the womnn who testified that she had seen great counterfeiting conspiracy wa and recognized Mrs. George In the not made In this city Monday by Capt. of tiring two shots Into fenxton'n body, Hums, of the rccret tervlce. Samuel H. looking from her bedroom window, Downey, an outside deputy revenue was called to the stand at the opening collector, was taken Into custody and of the trial of Mrv George Friday held In 510.000 for trial. Chief llurni morning. Ho testified that hit wife arrived here from l'hiladelphia Monhad beon using a white powder pre- day afternoon, nnd after a brief sumed to Ih morphine, for tho past 12 consultation with Kevenuo Collector years. He said it madu her drowsy Hcrshey they learned that Downey was expected to be taken into custody ami Irritable. Fred I. Shnnnfelt and Alex Garvcr, nud was then In consultation with his druggists also testified to selling mor- attorneys, l'roceedlng to the lawyers' olllcu they placed Downey mulct Former phine to Mrs. Kckroate. II. A. Smnllliold. was prevent- arrest and took him before United ed from tulling about finding Mrs. States Commissioner Montgomery who George in tho Saxtou block after mid- held him In 810,000 ball for a further hearing. Downey was unable night ono night. bondsman anil a procure Miss Ktllo Ilarr told of passing Mrs. to George near the Lindcman house the secret service chiefs Monday night about 50 the evening of SaUon's took him to Philadelphia, where lit death, and Mrs. Hlla Fink testified to was placed In the county jail. Downey M'liug Mrs. George nt that house dur- is charged with furnishing to Jacobs ing the day and leaving It ttt ft:30, also and Kcndlg information respecting tho to tho presence of hurra and Spanish movements of the government detectives, who were Investigating the alneedles In tho yard. Miss Alice Mandebaugh testified to leged counterfeiting of revenue stamps. having often ween Mm. Althousc enter The secret service olllccrs say Downey vn given about 81,000 by Jacobs and the Saxtou block in 1SUS. Camus. ().. AprllSi The testimony lvendig to keep them Informed. on behalf of tho defenso in the trlnl of BY A DESPERADO Mrs. Georgo was com tided Friday. A WAS KILLED agreement, brief cross examination, by .Isnir Uratjr, fttrmrr nml One nt n will be conducted Saturday morning After C'lrnilemilnr lVnncll, Hiot nndt hen testimony In rebuttal will bo rseur IUrn tlnp, l'a. ottered. If this Is concluded before the regular hour for noon adjournment CuiHKiti.AM, Md., April 25. James two Iteaty, a farmer and ono of a posse adjourn then court will Tho Jury will probably be which had been organized to capture days. charged Wednesday forenoon. The Clendennlng I'onnoll, wanted for features of Friday were the calling of and other crimes, has been shot Snmpio C George, tho former husband and killed by the desperado at Hitrncs of the defendant, to the stand, tho gap, Fulton county, Fa., just across alibi of Mrs. George and the effort to the state line. The posse had surImpeach Clio testimony of Mrs. rounded a barn In which l'cnnell had the womau who claims to have taken refuge. The latter rushed out, recognized Mrs. Georgo In the act of and no hu ran fired Into the posse. llrlng two of the shots. The other members of the posao wcr Ll.le panic stricken at tho death of the!; Canton, O., April m.-Miller who saw the man In tho mack- comrade and Fenuell escaped. intosh cape nnd sailor hat soon nfter Urn. ARulnntilo nt (ulunipll. tho death of Saxtou, was not on hand Ma.mia. April 24. Gen. Hale nt by the state for when court opened Saturday. A doc- o'clock Monday afternoon hud crossed tor had been sent to Investigate her the Hagbagand had reached a position phynlcal ability to nttend, and tho a quarter of a tnllo from Calumpit, commanding the ford. 1'rlsoncrt. bUtc reserved the right to take up the thus captured by Gen. Halo's troops say hubject latter. Filipino Then rebuttal on behalf of the state Agulnaldo, Gen. Luna and tho began. County Surveyor J. S, Hoover staff are at Calumpit with a great forc was called to testify as to the distances of Filipino troops. tc between points named In testimony for HE MAY LOSE HIS COMMAND. IB'S SECOND VICTIM. tho defense. It was especially sought to show that tho accused might have Germany li Ancry Ovrr tha Itcmark Mmfe "'B" ltliland, Implicated tjr Nam Hon n Munlitr of a Farmer, Hanged by Capt. Coclilun, of the Cruiser lis loft the scene of the tragedy nfter tho to a Tree. Iclcli CrltlrUvtL. shooting and t cached Florence KUng-lcr'- s homo at the hour named by that Washington, April 25. So seriously imo, Oa., April 25. At 6 a. m. witness. has been tho criticism on all sides of Mondir the body of Llgo Strickland, In an effort to rebut Mrs. Lindoinnn's of the testimony about Mrs. George not hav- tho speech of Capt. Coghlan, Union tho c&orcd preacher implicated by Sam Hose la tho killing of Alfred Cranford, cruiser Italcigh, before the ing a revolver concealed tho day of the Leaguo club in New York, that the was found swinging to tho limb of a murder, policeman McCloud was called embarrassed in tree slout a mile from town. Tho to show that Mrs. George had Inside administration feels relacars and fingers were cut off and on view tho strained of her corsage that day a number of naptions between tho United States and the lxy was pinned a placard kins Intended to Improve her form. captain's the following words: "Wo This was held Incompetent In rebuttal. Germany, and despite the strongly must pttcct our southern women." gallant record at Manila, it Is Michael Ilarr, post ofllco money orIs considerable ijlgStrlcklaud wat arrested on the der clerk, ald ha saw Mrs. George In probable that there trouble in store for him. This may re- farm of Major Thomas about sevcti he olllcc at 2:50 and .'1:15 tho day of tho commiles from I'nlmetto, at 10 o'clock Sun-da- y murder. This was In contradiction of sult In his being relieved of his night, and carried oft to tho mand. Mrs. Llndeman, who said Mrs. Georgo y woo'di It Is generally understood that was with her all of tho afternoon. Ho Whta the news of Hose's confession expects a disavowal. Attention also Identified two letters in Mrs. It called to tho fact that when tho rcachti here It caused great exciteGeorge's writing. full ment, tnd a crowd of men left at onco Mrs. Lizzie Miller sent a medical German government learned tho extent of his irritating conduct, Vice for ithomo of Major Thomas, whero certificate of Inability to appear In Adin. Von Diedrlchs was succeeded In Strlckhnd worked. They took him court. commnnd of the Asiatic squadron. from the place and brought him into Sample C George was called to fix voluntarily to wit. Major Thomas made a speech tho time of settlement with Saxtou at Capt. Coghlan will either or by the direction of Secretary Long, to i fie mob, requesting them not to two days before Saxton's death. The n correct molest Strickland, saying he believed memoranda of settlement was offered furnish the department with thc'l'.ow Innocent. The men would version of hit speech. In evidence. There it no Intention In ofllelal cir- nut lu,"n to him and took Strickland Dr. A. C. Ilrant testified as a scieng Capt. Coghlau. with tucm. tific witness on the morphine habit cles of At unpromlu court was held about The utmost that will bo done, if the and also on an examination of Mrs. present temper of tha department con- 100 yards north of hero and Strickland Hckroate. Ho said she shows no sympitr.tiL lie loudly protested his In tinues, will be to relieve him of his toms of the habitual use of opium. - and was defended bv members commnnd, write him a letter of cenDr. A. II. Walker followed Dr. Ilrant mob. Others insisted that he bu upon his and tho remainder of the morning was sure and note his conduct hung tnd others thought ho should bo devoted to medical testimony on tho record. Capt Coghlan has been in trouble burned. Tho crowd seemed to bo morphine habit. before. In 1S7J ho wrote a letter to about evenly divided, and, as there was Dr. Walker testified as to Mrs. Kck-roaChief Clerk Morau, of tho navy depart- no means of ascertaining his guilt, nud that examinations show no ment, in which there were profane ex- great care was taken In the proceedisymptoms of the habit In her case. ngHe wns strung up two or three repressions. He was Camon, 0., April 25. No limit has duced 13 numbers and suspended one times In an effort to get a confession been placed on the arguments In the year. In IbO'J ho wrote a letter quoting from him. but each time he refused to George trial. Two attorneys, how-otc- r, Senator Voorhecs' remark that Mr. I say that he had any connection with con-talninGcr-mnncourt-marUallnccourt-martialed, If lit &5C - 6 c- e- &t35 cc- t&&c - jr: cc C'5 e ec; &t6 5cc c s ofc - - - - - 6.: c &o 5CcP - - W FROM ALL0VERTHE STATE. aas-94a4- it. 99-- 9444944944S2-3449423a4432342a- KILLED FLEEING ENEMY. DRIVEN FROM HOME. Whipped Four Women After Uelng Mortally Wounded a Ken- - Whltecapperi Horned Their) Home and Ordered tacklan Hhoota flit Assailant With Them to Leave tha Locality. thd Latter Own Itevotv er. April 21 Deslmm.KfuioRo, Ky., tails of a tragedy which occurred" late Wednesday on Wallen's creek, have just been received In this city. Green Howard and John Simpson, neighbors, became engaged In an altercation, wheu Slmpton drew a revolver aud mortally wounded Howard. Throwing down his pistol, Simpson started on a run for home. When he was some distance nway Howard secured Simpson's pistol nnd fired at him. Simpson Instantly fell dead. Howard is a member of the Howard feud fame. family, of Howard-Turne- r Forenioiit Ilitrlnfr Mun Dcnil. Louisvii.lk, Ky.. April 24. The foremost racing man in America and the man who hau done more for the sport than any one else, such was Col. M. Lewis Clark, who committed suiFriMemphis, Tenn., In cide He was the author day night. of nearly all the racing rules now In vogue, the founder of the first American Turf ongress, the first man to prepare n uniform scale of weights and the inaugurator of stakes and races that arc now followed everywhere. Col. Clarlt's Itrnislm Taken to Louisville. MhsiPiiia. Tenn., April 24. Tho remains of Col. M. Lewis Clark, the wideu ly known turfman who committed in Win room at Gaston's hotel. were taken to Louisville Sunday night on the Louisville A Nashville railroad Tho party will by sorrowing friends. arrive at their destination at an early hour Monday morning, and It is understood that a public funeral will in that city shortly before noon. sul-cid- and thrct daughters Wednesday night from thelt home In Powell's valley, and after severely beating them, burned tholr house. The woman and daughter! went given 24 hours to leavo the county. There wero ten whitccappers. When they came to the Davis home two men fired on them from ambush, without results. The Are was returned, nnd going later to tho tpot, thoro was evidence that some one had been shot. The party, however, had fled.v Seniatlonat Durl at I'adurjh. Mmpi.KsnoRo, Ky., April took Luclnda Davis 22. White-cap- s April 22. A sensational duel took place hero Thursday afternoon on the street between Dr. W, T. Graves, a prominent physician aud a member of the board of health, aud Wm. Hank, a druggist. Dr. Graves had been notified by Hank to keep his children and dog away from his drug store. The two men met in front of the storo and drew pistols and began shooting at each other. Dr. Graves was shot three times and seriously 1'ADL'CAii, Ky., wounded. The Grand Jury Acts. Mt. Strkli.no, Ky., April 21. Thirty-on- e of the 49 insurance companies represented in this city were Wednesday indicted by the grand jury. This corner as a great surprise, as it has been tho I ewMV n rogi.-tcre- LIMIT. GILLMORE. HELD CAPTIVE BY THE FILIPINOS. -- X ft 1 Itnnwne SO would be taken against tho companies in this county. Tho ngents here will Jcavc the matter entirely with the companies and can not state at present what action will be taken. Kentucky oo-c- ur ArtUt. Mhlsky Trnal's IIIr Contract. Louisvit.i.K, Ky., April 20. A local Plot-en- ?- -k newspaper says tho whisky trust has secured a large contract from the government for spirits to be used in the manufacture of smokeless guupowder. Tho first consignment ot spirits was sent cast a short time ago and amounted to between 800,000 anil 400,000 gal lons. Thu greater part of thu output of the company's plantn will bo used by the government for some time to come" Lexingto.v, Ky., April 20. A signal honor has been conferred upon one of Lexington's daughters. Miss Laura Ilruec, daughter of the late Col. W. W. llruce, is in receipt of a letter inform ing her that the management of the Champs Elysco salon, Paris, France, has accepted two of her uamtinirs. l!oth are water colors, ono a portrait of Mlks Frances Carrier, of this city. and the other is a study of a little girL lHot Against I1U Wife. ItAhnounsviLLK, Ky., April 23. pun-tshmo- nt Alt-hou- se . one-utgl- il f VvfVs- - t'ul-Irtlo- r. J BVBBBsaCyavBBHR?fF!lfc3tT1vMH9'r I.leut. Jnmeo K, Glllmore. who was capturrd bv the nilplnot and Is nowbelns hfld by them, l a native ot i'hllnde Iphla and one of Ihrtihost popular mon in the navy Ha Is 4S yenrs old and Ih the son of the late James (ftjmore. of the tlrm of Yard, r.lll-mo, Co, wholesale iillk mcrchunts of rhl'ndelanJB. The lieutenant went to .Manila at IiIk own urRent rciiuest. So raiccr was he tti;t to the TliUlpplnts that lie used As an officer of tha hi frlendt In Washington to t ecure for him tho 'Jislgnmcnt. n.ivy he has a very brilliant record. lie MS beer. In the service ever Durlns the since 1STI, and hai tllltd numerous posts afloat and nshoic Spanish ar he was executive olllcer for Capt 8lHbeo on the St Paul, and was torpedo bout Porler, He has been on duty before In later placed fn command of the the Asiatic station, nnd was once with the Behrln; sea patrol. In fact, it was at Sitka tint tho llcutennnt married his present wife In lXit Lieut. lllmoie wanaa-nlMtato Admiral Dewey when Dewey w.is chief of the bureau of fijilpment Mrs. aillmore at present Is residing In Wushlngtoo. rc nl 1 !', Cleveland was a great man "because he collar." He was about wore n to be promoted to captain, but the president withheld his name. London, April 2.). The Globe Monday nftcraoon says: "What passes for discipline on board sends a of an American c.old shudder down tho backs of Iirg-lis- h olllccrs. This loose system Is important to us, as we with to be satisfied as to the assets the United States can n alliance. bring into an Certainly the Americans must learn discipline If they desire to light beside us. Their showing at Santiago and Manila Is no test," Coghlan's St. Lons, April peech before the Union League club, atXcw York, has aroused the wrath of Dr. Lmll I'retorlus, the nestoroftho German press. He says: "Capt. Coghlan is a reckless, Ignorant and vicious r.h." h man-of-war Anglo-America23.-C- Hose's crime and denied that ho paid rob-bor- y Ucli-roat- e, Mra. cross-examinati- llosa to murder Cranford. Strickland was a colored preacher, 0C yearsof age, nnd hnd sympathized with his race In the efTort to stop southern lynching. He had said that his race should be avenged, and that he wat wilung to lend his aid to that end. I'nxeM to Ago WhWky. Thb city marshal went to the scene In Ky., April 23. Work LotTisviLi.it. a Wicon Monday morning, and has been begun on a plant which is exbody was brough't to Palmetto. and ngo whisky The corpse was ohoekiugly mutilated. pected to nmttire within 24 hours. It will be built at Mr. DISCUSSED CANAL PROJKCT. riutteeuth and Maple streets. P.iddeu. a Canadian, is the ptomotcr, l'rtililrnt Iglril.M, of Coit.i l!lr, and Min aud 11 is said the whisky combination ister C'alo Confer With SoereUry has offered S.")0i).00() for the patent. liny Concerning the Matter. Will Pny Cnih. Lkxinoton, Ky., April 20. Messrs. lWasiiinoto.v, April !W. President Iffleslnt, of Costa Klca, accompanied by Dudley. Shelby & Co., operators of the Minister Cnlvo. of that country, had t coal mines along tho line of the Lexconference Monday with Secretary ington A Eastern railroad, announced Tuesday that on tho 1st tif May they lfoy concerning Nicaragua cannl in aud also paid calls of respect on will pay their miners t ie president aud vice president. cash. A Cull for Voluntrrrs. It was stated that tho calls devel-InveittlgiitliiK Poolroom Caaei. Wasiiinoion, April 25. Secretary of no important changes in the cathe War Alger spent an hour with Louisvii.lk, Ky.. April 23. The president discussing the fighting of ll d situation. grand Jury la still continuing its inf Minister Correa, of Nicaragua, called vestigations of the alleged operations Sunday In the Philippines and the possibility of having to call for 35,000 ad- V the white house Monday prior '.c of poolrooms In Louisville recently. departure for Nicaragua, wher-jhe- , ditional volunteers. Tito secretary deIt has been e.vamintng a great number state ', will Interest "himself in th'. canal of witnesses, among tht'in Mayor Chas. clined to discuss tho question or roject. P. Weaver. what conclusion had been t cached. llr.illi at Hanker Ilon. I After Albert llnbart' Condition I'.nriiiiniKlnR. Atlanta, Ga April to.- - A mob is Danvillk. Ky.. April 22. James T. Washington. April 2.V Vice President Hobart sat up for several hours untlng the country for Albert Sewell, Rose, of Hustonvllle. died suddenly ho has been making himself obno.x-wi- s Thursday morning of Ilright's disease. Monday nnd his condition continues encouraging. It is confidently hoped bv remarkt concerning the whites. He was a wealthy farmer and vice that In a week he will be able to take I'neie is not much prospect of his cap president of the Hustonville national Jre, however, as he has been out of batik. hhoi t carriage rides about the city. town two days. Kenton Coiii.tv'n AitieaiinenL Counterfeit ItcTeuue Muinp. .. a1a.I f... I Fka.nkkokt, Ky.. April 22 The state DiniUQin;, la., April 2. Collector iiu.K9Tb.v, S. C, April 25. Deputy board of equalization Tliiusday set Patterson Monday telzeil a largo quanfor hearing of cigars bearing counterfeit revtity iie collector seized 123,000 cigars Kenton count) ifactured by W. M. Jacobs, Ninth April 23 Mason county's assessment enue stamps. Deputies arc raiding the Ivania district, in response tc was acted upon rburs.l.iy, InutU beiug entlro district and many thousand Id pjr ceut. Lois arc unchanged. im Washington. cigars have been seized. Strlck-lariu's apt, af-fjirsemi-monthly o It. Jorday was Friday sentenced to ten years in tho penitentiary for conspiracy to criminally assault. Jordan rleutl to enter hls'wlc'a room at night in order that Jordau'couldget a divorce. The room being dark, Mrs. Jordan was unable to distinguish Jor dan's friend from her husband. lloiton Uuumn Dead In Lexington. Lkxinoton. Ky., April 20. Mrs. Sar ah J. Forsythe, aged 70 years, died here Tuesday night. She came front lloston several months ago to be with her son, Walter G. Forsythe, who liaj Inetlclln(; Kt I'ndur.ili. been arranging Lexington's new pubMr. G. W. Paducaii. Ky., April 21. Her body will be shipped SniO'-kof Louisville, representing the lic library. to lloston. state board of health, arrived here to Mie Mloed Her Heart. investigate the smallpox situation and Row i.i.vo Giiken, Ky.. April 20. Mrs. met tho local board of health. Wednesday morning four new cases nnd Belle Coleman, widow, aged 45 years, eight suspicious ones were discovered Tuesday morning fired a pistol at het among tho colored people. Thus far heart, but the bullet passed entirely the cases have Ml been mild and all through her body just below the hearL Her physicians think she will die. were Negroes. Her mlud has been unbalanced for Coroner I'imU I'oUon. two months. Vaducail Ky.. April 2:1. Dave liass, P.lgMlll told. aged 24. fell dead at Oakes, near here, CoLL'.MiiiA. Ky.. April 20. Columbia at noon Friday. It developed he had been drinking heavily with strangers parties have bought out the Columbia aud hud just teturned home. An in- Milling Co., the largest llourlug and in this part of the state quest showed Indications of poison, whether taken with suicidal intent Capt W. W. Ilroadshaw, V. M. Stapl'e.1 but Mass was unmarried and and G. W. Kobinson will form tho new Is unknown company. The property is worth came here from Murfrcesboro, Tenn about 5100,000. Illtten by a Start Doc C.jkr.Usi.K, Ky., April 21. Wm. Ales- ... V...I ..r li.i:. Villa llllb), uuitm. is, iiuui liuuuiutvu, ..! by a mad dog and sc'rc- w.is attacked l.V bitten The brute sprang at his throat, but Alexander flung him to the ground, ami holding him with one hand, cut lits throat with a pocket knife Ale.vandcr applied a mndstonc. which adhered for two hours. The dog had also bitten several dogs aud other aniuisis, wnicn have since killed. Oe-o , saw-mi- ll Kqnalliatlon Chang. Ky., April 2.x The state baard of equalization Friday passed on the following counties: Clarke, no FnANKFoitT. change; Jessamine, raised one per cent, on lands, town lots no change; Casey, no change; Johnson, raised two per cent, on lauds and ten per cent, on town lots. 2.1. At an early hour Friday moining tiro broko out in the main business portion ot the town and desttoyed 12 buv.ine.si houses, one hotel, one livery stablj and numerous residences. The loss Is only partially covered by insurance. Clay City, Ky., April limine llounn ISiirned. 1 Ga., on May 10. Gov. Urntlley having, received a telegram to. that eirccfrout AdjL Gen. Corblu Friday. 4 A llrulirui.in's lorrlblo I'ntr. Pi.nrvii.lk, Ky.. April 22. fee n brakeman, on the Loulsvn:e .t Nashville railroad, was run over by a fp.ight tram nud killed here. Ho ivus switehlu' ears and his foot caught in a frog which held hint fast until several cars hud passed over his body. Po-tr- y, The 3.1 Kentucky volunteer infantry till bo mustered out of service it Savannah, FitA.NKroiiv, Uluaterlng Out I nte. Ky.. April 21. -u A Itupnlillian dull' Convention. 'sas-tssme- J Loiilsvii.i.k, Ky., April 22. Tho republican state convention will be hold July 12. This was dein cided upon at a meeting ot the state central committee in thisci.y. Going to Build 1 3 1 1 This Spring? We can furnish you with everything needed to build with . . . at . . . VERY 1 1 LOWEST PRICES, 1 Rough Lmubcr, Dressed Lumber. Doors and U luilow. S.wh and Blind, Shingles, Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints and OiLs, Luuo, Cement and Plaster. Lot us figure with yon. Several now dwolliugi are goiug up in town. ' Tho free niediclno concerts have been discontinued. .1. 0. Cheek spout Saturday and Sunday in Paris. Teiin. and Freomnn, of Misses Union City, spout Monday in town. Kmnllnv. of Martin. Tenu., Mas in Hickman this week, on buainuss. r ftSTTiv n barrel of Krln Liuio and Star Cement from Iii:ni)KB & HOviKits. None better. Teachers wanting Kitions in Hick :n.inColh'ge should file applications on biforo May Stn. Mi Iitxzlu Am here, who had been t .... i. ....... , rp;..nlit.ll i Iifw nu I !.. III lllliiu-V1S1I1I1X .ihiiw.ii Tho bill pnnidlnjr forfluiifform Inv'l Iwuitu fur till SJE .g$9jci9QMMMMM Littlo av , I -- L P. fiWTs! Ellison Kullro.-u- l N., Time I l 'fi'ublc. - 0. & St. L. It. R. AllKIVEH! TriOn Vu. tii, Train Jso. , 2 "J addruaB was devoted i'o tiusts II. J combined utid to a citation of in--- The Thinl Keiituoky volunteer faiur, wi.l bo ninsterod out of the U. hia own services. He la orthodox ,'tl HioXhleBRO Lt,MffihflTtt,,,to,,,Oa,0,lT,,M"0M frtf0 "v O.AJWMU1. 1 James Andrew Scott, Tuo Witf in-- ' left last wook for Miss issippi where ho will engage in tho sew candidate for Attonu.&Ge.iernl ing inacluue inisiness. of tho State, Ullod hie appoint club of Padneah The Co'nuiea-la- l lid-dmeiit hero on tho night of the 110, has arranged to give an rs contest on May 25. nnd was creeled liy n fair number r unrcrA A nice lot of Floor Matting, the CST Tho part of hi latest patterns lrum l.c 10 .too per ywni olit-tuno li tunic! to Hickman m of Timiiiohhpc is now nlaw. it HiS9 ftlld Clean, proidoo, simply, tor it btiiiu Com7& tt U UA rj-- jj rl & "0pfl j milleo to Doluri ..ml iWtrnot f..r My tlm hrmL'R "" It 1h tllllllmwl .that ' ww. iwill iuv u rS r-- YAT Q tho cost of books iii life pnblio 'S J? (schools will bo cut ilunrn'ono half. Q ICI S I to Kentucky will ..,..,. I. ii... result AM, ri.vvoiis, with much interest. Iuthlci Statu , cadi county innkea its own nolee-tloiiKKUITXI30TAK, OnudidiitOH for tho Statu rilOSPUATKS, Ksr Legislature tdiould udvfoo them-o- r eon Helves uh to this new Tonuessuo , ... OUUSHJSD FKUFTS '( HI"' mid LI2MOXAni2.i I , Itlltllfntcnlirwila ;e ne.t snoe t zjtorei CO CO (73 Cr Q J Q d l'QP m en V -- JV COOO-GOI.A- 0 t ii XI ALLAH COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. A ,kfl m DKST QUALITY! Our VmiXlt HUi'PLY 01' laror lQWllQy (Tint i'i.mist p S c..nv .n.initi I $3.00 l.'uglbUi Shoes for Men! Kyeb-tn- Chocolafss, S J, I (WGII! S imuJoiKr. o Tigs Tiws 0 Received Every Week Thrr're Thny'tv Hand Sewed Weltn. Ulnck or ChocolatcM, Bright or Black JlaekStajit, Heavy or Light Soles. , new To. ft1 M ft I ' : -- MteBirdio Slmw h lltt'y'w all KiiiK tpialltleM all Lengths from 6 to 10, her homo near u.ikton. accnmjMuiLHi oyipuasia on tlie iwn l86tietBAlorre Widths 0 to 15. M B. Shaw jr.. who spent Sunday and to. Ho nays the oorporations are Monday at that place. Stone, and Hardin, and Goebel are Ik tm specially after his scalp, nnd urges CT With ouch Purelnu-- of f 1.00, or more, you get a FOUND. A small piYkcf-bootreacherous and dis tho j and some colas. Own- tho people to rally to tho rescue. many honest ignoramoiHes that Khl rin papers claim they are, how can er can have by describing, aud paying Ills spoeoh was npplamled, ntid tho editor of any paper, eietpt. per- for this advertisement. eatisfnetory to in any. haps tho Hickman Courier consistentInstitute, nt Fulton, will close of nay wembtrof vour family, or nwevlheart, If yon like, ly voto for aud "announce" the one of the Carr Week in May. Tho commenceilrt who gets tho nomination? tho three lire Few ment sermon will be preached Sunday, Tlie frptt to call for your ticket. Verdict. Bardwcll Push. April ;!0, by Rev. Boyco Taylor. (ins never de- Tho OoUKinit How!) mVtw tho Buttons. W do the rest. Thoso who tmvo read In the paBaltzcrtfc Dodds' new iron and glass i ,. nounced either nf the riindldutee, frout ndds muehrotho iipiHHiraueo ,i,,. r S '"O""' l.nil.lin.r. 1w,,i,l, i.mk hi" it nnn nt nod In that regard would have no ti.n most Inquiry Court on the. chnrces tho attractive stores in tho city. crow" to swallow. In truth, we Wo regret to loam of the death of timdo by Gen. Miles, dtntiot fail don't believe half the cburces ?.("; I1!0. vi,ut'rabl in?!hi7. ' in the verdict that u laile amount s. am, tu iils uurnu, ou xveeinxn . . They . . nguinfit these gentlemen. jomo'"'i3t'f was Lake. Saturtlay last. Sincere sympathy oi unii, , ore like mnuy other good men who is t'xiuuuw. rnriilsiiiMl tho army in Ouwa Porlo injure tliemselvcH uioro than they -- Mayor Lang, of Padneah, wut a Kjuo, ?(BIaphjMpjM" nnd tn Florlilii. ltut by If committee of citizens to Memphis to injure others. How.sum-ever- , ttmt any urge Cant. Mavnnrd to tho gunboat whom ls thej can stund it so can we. Kashvillo to i'uducah tafcoThe oulv ob- - one was "ol 80 olcnr.'Or, is also knowingly guilty, Therefore, let'er go Gaiiagerl th 8taB f Wtt,Cr ,cft ! l "o wov'cV, the pre- Stono made a good congress- to f&y&S snuwilon that aomo cputractors. C. man and would make a still bet- says B.Monui. Druggitt. Moscow. Ky.. u , .rrnW. hes ells Plantation Chill Cure and or mnybo aomo Governtueut ofGoebel is n man ter Governor. w"ro caS !5,SSt,rou!i,2rLilpS2S; flc.''"- - co,,n8lou of very fino ability nod bravely onn valuw more 'cruniuniiy negioawui,MpurpoEo ami no guarantees it. nnd faithfully stands bv his own highly than chok-- book. They speculutiug, is to dHMIlg, (0 Mr. C. P. Cook, from near C.vruth-MY ar tue friemw ou instinctively work nnd that of his demourtttlej ersviiie. .mo., moveu uis lamuv to ...... ,tln 11Pn now ...w ,,.... twin to for comfort wlini oro-last oolleagueH In the Inst Legislature. Hickman tVii week. Ho says that Hick-- .w..j tended frlembi havo proven that! Special attention given to tho selling of Heal Katnte of nil kind; rt H.itntnMAii iilmwiil rt Vlma bo turned in that d IXBI.1. ttmti rm they aro at , only Mmww. Sw nXil reprenent a full lino of tho beBt and most rellublo Firo Iimur-thn- t Gen. Hardin pospeaes Cue nbll Unoof'tho best aud healthiest towuoS your real trieudi am well ,.,. ,inil ,ii,. 1. ,!... .... u...... r . .. U..11..1.1.17 irp ....... w .. .. ... ti... v...,. f ...... ...... .Kti.i av itv. is callaut nnd chivalrous, nndl the Mississippi river. Correotl Somcthln 'ijMPvsSIbIy treated put them iu a CASK MUTUAL HRNKKIT Lll'K INSURANOK t'JO.. thai Iihh alrradv would make a splendid Govern Etlorta aro being mado to have tho (Mid out largely over $100,000 Life Iusurnnco in Hlnkmnii and rlelni-ty- . . . Something upw w. Connelly's or. Whatever inconsistency may IKJst olllco atMrs. SndberryLimdinu and In induing tho uhenpent and bunt policy of any regular Life will likely bo tho other day wh iu tho minds of appointed nttaob to hitn, Iunurnnen (Jo in pa ny doing biiNiucaa In this country. Ho noliulta It would cer was handled without Hiprv" Of Vjotweon Cases "ynnr pnttouago. Civil and hco him. some, for accepting the last nomi- tainly provo a great convenience to tho people of that section. It is to bo call- Kn"laud and Fran are nation ou a gold platform, is more ed "Delia." in ' ,'j neparated bv the m .Hienv ni... .. than counterbalanced by the InImj linn,, .......u In 4lin ,nrln .w l UliUO, ...It Kfi. (ieiilVe. It ......v Pmnnlnlt ...no vv. "" IIUI HIIIIIU OV7 Hill . uuuitnuiii. 1. Rt' consistency of that gold conven- Marshal of Paducah by negroes that a1 wns n jrCllt, 1 int trVjace Somo that will hold only few Itookf, Xjiim: tlm tion bestowing tho nomination ou aud other that will hold an that wnnhl rnlrn tlm IHiiIm "OrO fntllgllt With nnnibtT. Come and ixamiuo trr-.- i id or him, (Hardin) when ho was known ontof tho negro's hair. It is saidsho! any battle oyerna this stock. Prices arc within . lILLCIv. . rn- . found many willing buyers Shu had sen. It ulosrs the rLLft 1litB hnu T irvH iMv all over tho state as au out nnd an eyo to business. reach of all. dreds of thousands cfTngo work- oat free silver man. All throe Dave Hamilton, a farmer residing erHiuid their bread and butter. are democrats. So here, friend near Humboldt, recently found among CnblcH will shortly Mist beneath old ixipers Smith, Stephens Push, ib all tho '"crow" involved. some S. bond for belonging to his father, tne Qcean ml telegraph wires G0. Tho Humboldt , a U. "ang mij .... tlio pohs. Journal says that tho bond called for The Great Campaign Trusts. compound iuteret from dato of issn-duo'now iTabout SESob. Strange, isn't it, that with nil amount W. G. WiXTKtt, druggist. Clinton, Ky., the denunciations of trusts and says ho has cold Plantation Chill Cure, combines, which truly are tho for many years, aud among tho many limit tho most grievous burdeiiB confront- chill tonics hoho sells, as Plantation the most reliablo it acts different Mowers, &c Buckeye Binders ing the American people, that we from tho quinine tonics, which only jLl stops chills for a short timo. It removes uny denunciaseldom hear Call nnd look nt my Implements beforo buying. 'Har tho cunso. and tho euro is nerumnant. tion of tho great political camA littlo girl of Mrs. John Hardy paign trusts, and then only of tho raccideutally drank eomo poison in Wil ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN political party trust opposing the son's book store, Friday evening, which camo near for denouncer. And yot these great tho mbtooUlife. water, aud preparation losing her It was a political party campaign combines used for polishing silverware. Tho lit-fell on the street, cauo nggregato not thousands but mil- tlo girlknown, phyiciuns but thopatient being after ffl lions of dollars to carry out tho work relieved her, and saved her life. UT & P"'j"J 11 LaiJH"".iH!l .1 I .. purposes of the combine, and Tho bill authorizing Lako county 1 waj M WJ ill! JJH rg OJ through the use of tho money to issuo a100.CC0 in bonds to nid iu building leveo from Tiptonville to thus combined flow the greatest Hickman is now a law, aud it is an Thomas, Prosidrut of SOW ON MY COUNTERS. J. J. C. JJOXDUKANT has bought tho Grocery Slock of Ai.frki corruptions oyer known, under- nounced that Mr. & St. tho Nash., Chat Louis Railroad, McDamhl, in tlio I'owoll Ulock. and will continuo business at that Repub- has agreed to tako this subscription, tomining the very life of the My purel.iiFes tlu.fieaon surpasses all othor iu RIOHNHSS, X 'stand. He has aihlcd largely to tho Btock. and will keen enual to nnv an STYLE. Tho patterns lira our own, amino lic. They use these vast moneys gether with other aid, build tlio leveo of d ilication. My shelves aro crowded with tho and put a railroad on it. Ir this be true, under tho pretenBo of "educating it looks liko tho work might bo comworld's latest and lovolieat produutions. Among tho. NOVELTUSaro thedo: the people," arousing tho dormant menced and completed this year. The entertainment given at City patriotism of tho country, &c; but an artistic nnd Vuriety, to select from. Ho solicits the Quality, Quantity, Friday all kuow it is used every way and Hall, financialnight, was both have often success. We and ' trade of bis patrons of former years, and the public generallv. promisany way to carry the elootions. read on the bills of elocutionists carrying to and nil FAIR DEALING. laughter to And one politioal party justifies ing an audience fromlaughter, bnt tears, aud from tears to Mrs. its course ou the grounds thnt the Haskell's rendition of "Marso Chan," opposing party has done, and will and other selections, was our first view of tho fact. Tho entertaindo so naaiu. Better that the peo- ment was not only pleasant, but highly ple should be "educated" slower enjoyable tho very best leading wo ever heard. LKAVKSj Trlo Xo M Ht "Mi t. m 'Tritlu No. J, Mt ".Ui i. in ' m returned to! lronn, but pluaOB V '" 5l em & The Geisocke, Ths Begcnt. Thi Escilsior. black-hearte- k, con-tainiu- Demo-t-rrti- o PHOTO BUTTON Ufff r -.t .- F'"'" ..,.: J ''"J.s...r,t, - n-- toJSSS r.- -. Xl' 0 0 IhTota8 lou,' ' ' sm LZa J 0OTYLER, R. 2 I)'l s IliJl&PliyLfiH. n?- - REAL, ESTATE ,.,.. 1 o y AND INSURANCE AGENT. 1 ,i.. ,i,i I - Jl''l 1 U-t- J93niono 1 WE HAVE M post-mistres- i,i,!h 1 I M I . I '' lis lowV-Mn- - JTL I3IEILiVC 11 1 0 ;$ Spring Opening! HIGH-CLAS- 'Y'l m & Kentucky, Ill il II. Sole Agent ibr Arulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, and Hay Rakes, Porks, tr S 1 SPRING AND SUMMER y) I'll liajii Resumed Business! Iji n H t W itt) m tin f Kill i hh iv x ? f VA-UIKT- Y ft-a- r b-- Grocery Establishment Pi-ire- s Devon Pique, Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity, roal-isti- o 1 and purer. Tho evils from these campaign political trusts has brought it to pass thnt a Presidential election is tho mensure of "slash barrels" and not tho number ot sovereign voters exercising their will. All know this to bo true. Those trusts aro dnugerous and difficult to handle, but so aro all trusts of the glaut order. nominate candidates for Governor nnc other State officers meets in Lexington, July 12th. Come Forward ! Hoi-comb- Lucerne Checks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, All persons indobted to 0. A. aro notified that they must como forward and settle Delays aro dangerous. Verbum Sapienti. This Is o And many cthera. I have tho pruttir Btock of SILKS for Shirt WalstB over shown hero. Al.s WASH SILKS and SATTINS. I have addi to my Htock, "Majestio" Cooking BftDge?! The Best in the World -- I You Cannot Make a MlMtnke The Repoblicon convention to quarantined against the Stato of Kentucky on ucconnt or smallpox, and will rooeivo no more prisoners from counties where small for exists, until physicians pro MBBce all danger passed. The Eddyvillo penitentiary has tho season of tho year when tho songs of birds put lifo into tho bril liant sunshine, when frog answeruth frog in the Filipino dialect, singing of spriug witn a gutterai joy. I'erspira-tiorunneth down into tho eyes of tho good man. Tho corner loafer is down wP h tho spring fover. Tho coal dealer looks with awo at tho ico man, who is preparing to cat his bouen up in wild roveugo. Hens aro clucking. Tho good housowifo with a towol on her head is making garden. Winter is a momory, and tho young maldeu is getting readv to danco barefooted on tho lawn with apple blossoms in her golden hair, and tho balmy odor ot spring onions ou her breath, which leads us to ask : Why is which always with us? n la Ruylflg Que of t&ese Ranges I Ono of its Strongest Points is its j Ladies' which aro direct from cheap. Ready-Ma- de Shirt Waists u-so 1 this season. Thoy aro bought much in und very a10 mannfaoturors, are perfect-fitting ECONOMY IHT THE USE OP FUEL I You'll liny no Oilier. i Hukoa HiHouitH in 4 linutcfl Liglit Broud In 40 Minutes. Duyiug a 'Majcatio" moans u lilo'tlmo of Economical Cooking 1VJIJTH I -- make 'IPH0NS A SCo thoin-Hml- y each. lot of these, cheaper than you can Call and Ilvamiuc Thcra. IWWB I I cordially invito imrylKidy to call and examine my outiro stock, and compArmnHrv and nrlco. k EL H. 0. AMBEHG. SRHTikRD. fcF 1 rs Bring Your Job Work to the Courier Office. & fv sr: v THE HICKMAN COURIER. Rov. Wm. Belt Dead. Rev. Win. Unit, I ho woll known illul, tit hi homo, near Marion, Crittenden County, Thursday, April lit, of pneumonia. Ho wan n brother of Mr. John S. Holt, of tlilH couiy, and Hindu finimml vlsitn hero, and wiw known to a largo iitinibor of our people. Thu Crittenden I'retMHUul of him: "Win Belt wiih ouo of the heat known men iu (Jrllteuilwi, County. Ho wan Wn lu the county fifty nix yearn into. and Iinh resided here all hi life, whore for yettm he Wm engaged in fnruiinj? ; at one time In became intcretul in tlio lead iniufn, and owned and wild mining property. In 1KH1 lie wtw (omirledutiil united with the Jkiptist Church, mid ko 7hh1ouh wnt hu iu the ciiusc, that he entered tlio ministry , and with rule devotion mid jini(tuu.s hu took up the work of the Mtmlir. and much pxxl in this llold." mlu-Uter, iTPftrflil'i Too True. (Ironrii Warren. HICKMAN, KV I'lUDAY, APRIL as, 18!)i. Local anil Personal, Circuit court vtlll convene Monday. U See tho r mid 10c coiuiturt nt tillAV'8. Tim ice cream iiml hoda water kou- HOIl Wo arc determined 1 hat our Store iii the future, as in tho past, must sustaiir the reputation of being always right in' prices must be tlio satisfac- U (III. val-wi- - .! 1 ixnpp.trentth.it, with thu exception of Jem- - Valono, of a vtry Hiiiiill proiHirtion of the pojnila-tlou- , Union City, Teiin., mito iu town Sunall Americano are pnxlncern. Tito day. farmer and thu city dweller are mutual ly deHndent. each umih the othtir, for Mr Irtulo Nemuunu, of Mil., ii initltii: Mm. Gertrude supplici. liith'T without the other inuit Iw (li))iived of many eomfortH which Tit ho, luivo now become iioctyiitlM, and, on The Kiinlxvit Nnithvillo w ill nrrive the other hand, whatever contribute to nt MoitipliLt, May 4, mid ru.iuh Cairo, the welfare of one must lxt beneficial to May fl. the other Thin fact U more forcibly il titHlrutrwl ... fsimiijtimi .... ...... imliltf, .,.V... Doc Adam nuil ron. of thl county, .............. tn w.. in any nre nt Hut Spring, Ark., iu mkuvIi of highways than wmcu other war, for snmaroau Die iniiKc.t it pos.tiiiju health. for the farmer to roach hU market (J.J. Worth, proprietor of the cheaply alo outibleo the merchant and Mr. MifccoHHour mill, wat in the city manufacturer to distribute their pro.Monday. duct at small oxjH'iitK, am cadi is ben. efitted either iu rtilucul uxpuuieri or in MUncn Annie Iveiur and'Honrl of Union City, arc UitliiK fritdn lower ciMt of j,ootut. iu thli city. Mii.iMMir i:xcli;sivk. Mm. K. O. LoVuIle, of HleViimn. in viKitiiii; her nbtter, Mm. M.iultiby, lit fink wokk. Now Madrid. Vj. IMcnUm, of Jackson, Mr. J. fiw HaviiiK jimt recel od n Invintiful line iu iiickm.in itiM veok, tlio h'utat of of fmicy Stniw HraitU, Cliitroiw lTos l'iuley ltandlo. tint and many uovcltion, we nre ncftr-m- l Mks. HAKrr.u. Homo mnall jxu to fill all onlorri. at Clinton, but thu cMiM ro isolated, and no danger apprehended. VAfilt.l.VT LAW IHiCLAICKI) VOID. rotuni-r- l MltH Ilnyn, of JnakHOu, Luttt week Jutl'o Hoott,of Mail home Sunday, after a vUft with rcl ntlve.i in Hlukiuan. Imoii uomity, (lelivurod nn opinion Fulton Loader, 2Nt iuit : Mr. Lai-l- to tliu ofl'ool that thu Koutuukj Hryuu, of llioktuuii, U thu Kiiext of law untler uhlcli vnuruiita in tliu Mm. John Ford on Tbirti Street. John HiiKlietf, an uiuiloyuu in rail punt UOyearH havo boon o!l on tlio road camp, at Fulton, wa.t killed by an block for u term of yearn, wun tin- (Miuiuu. Drunkeiinens .lid to lo thu coiibllliilloiirtl. 'Him attack on it h caiido. n niatlo on a uoiiPtiltitiniitililv Cipt. Chits. Clark, thu well known demurrer iu thu case ut Hen liur-tornilro.ul couclnctor, wlio wiw accideti-tallool., charged with valiancy, shot, some mwIih no iu Mumphw, lliu attorney mado tlio point that hits since died of hit wound. the law watt tiuuotiHtitniiotinl bo Mr. Henry Taw, one of the caiiHo It coulliiitcil w illi the con farmers of tlio Mud Creek Htltution of I tin L'nitetl Btules, wat in town Monday, ncoom-pawlilcli prolitliltH nlavory or In vol led by hU wife and little sou. tintary Hervituilu except in pun-IhI- i fl loavM Hnad for Ux. mi'ii t of ct hue, nuil becauao V(I loa vt'it llreiul forf UK), waH not n crime, but a misl'atniiiizo homo Industry ami nvt from 20 to yikJ on the dollar, at thu New City demeanor. Hu iiIho claimed that Dakcry. Il uiih in violation ot tliu uluitao of lu Padu- - tlio ooiiHtitntion uuniiiat lliu in- On uccouut of nru!ill-ixcall tlio city mnndial lias onlurml the iliotion of cruel nuil unniiltitnl colored ijopulatlon or that town to quit ,,HIIIILMit. Judo Scott tinlioltl such liko until ttioij. liavitiK both ulatises, .,. .i;...i tliu law tin ilLteaso sutwldcx. constitutional and tllsinlsHetl thu H. M. Methcny. S. D. Lnteu, A. W. to tlio uatonishmotu of Jilndmy, Geo. Carpenter itntl M. John- prisoner, book- lliu Hpoulntorfi. son, Hickman Odd Fellows, wore ed to lenvo Tuesday niht to attend tliu Odd Fellows' celebration at Paducali. U'lieut U'niitcMl. I loon & Kversol niinonnco that thoy To treutouo mile of dirt mad, IS ft. inch decn of oil, are iu the market to buy wheat, and wide, with will price, iu will ctMt, it l.i estimated, Jl 11,50 and rc- - any pay tho liighest or marketlots. largo quantity, small quires lift Darrein of oil at $1.10 each I IOK.N S KYKIH.OL. tlio balauco uel iu (.'rudiiif,, $ l'J).f0 Uardwoll Push. etc. Wild UIU Kums to Sue KM. J. X. tlall. Curutlierevillo Domocrat Mr. U II. Hauders, of Hickman, Ky., will open a An interesting optaodo occtirrutl clothing and shoo storo iu tlio old Wilks buildiiiK about thu first of thu tn our oflloo yuHtotday. "Wihl month. Hu h;w been hero suvcral days, Bill" ICvauu callud in to sco Kill. making arrangeincntH. ,1. N. Halt abont a privatu totter Smith. "niu you know they'ro Eltl. Hall wrote to a friend in Ark Shoes down at Shaw's now?" Jones. "No " utiuas when lin wnb called on to Smith. "Well they are, and soiling tlebato with Hid. Evuue, in which them mighty cheap too. Any kind of n tihou you want from thu cheapest to Kid, Hall deulinotl to meet Mr. HviitiH, naflii;nlii,' an a reason that thu best." ho was not a teprescntatUo tnati, Almost every garden In town has had two figures iu it tlio past week or and wan unworthy of publiu notice two a woman witn a lull iih a dubalur. Mr. KvatiHot hold of garden needs and a man whose, de- ot tliu hitter, anil read it before jected look anil perspiring face showed IiIh uotigreeation, and had it plainly that everybody is not glad that in tlio oounty paper, and gpriug litw comu. now IbroateiiH to suo Mr Hall for Tlio Coimimt is on thu irround floor him, uuIchh Mr. Hall .as to future happenings about here, or Hlaudiirinc retracts tlio utatouionlN. lint Mr. mi uiu uoiuiiii'iicu iu iiic rouvu'iioii, and it says to you, buy you soma Hick-iuii- KvatiH wiih notillcd Hint tlio statu real estato at least a homo. Don't inoutH would not bo rctrtioluil, ami listen to tlio ''boars." Watch tlio most that Mr. Hall wiih not renponaiblo fiucccssful iluunciors, mid you will sco for tlio publicity which ho had thoy aro buying. Mr. mill Mm Hi'ti-mort, Cnll nt Haltrer & Dodiln' dry (tom1i Mr. WI1U Ittmdb, of Mnyflaltl, is store; Hlw He Naj lor'w k1'"' furiilili" mr Htirr, Lilford & Ho,p w CTOcerj' ' in thu city thin fivk. stoni, and Mrs. Lou llarjier's millinery i)r. Klohitnw, of Union City, WW Htor, and lenvo an order to havo jii iiiukiniiii itietiwy. your Photo made on a Iluttou, at H(h. attention to Hardware ibile'n (lallery Kveiy tinrcliiwer of jl .00 worth of (khU I entitled to ouu Mutton Hllttlf KOOtbl tit Kiiaw'h. cax. fret) of charge. Call for oiilers. A protracted ineolltitr In in nrtwrfM Hoady made, that aro hung graceat tiiti MethoUxt tihuruh. In referring to tlio "producer" as a. fully, lit perfectly, uud nro styles. Black Mr. Norton S:clo, of Olilon, Tumi., iMinollciary of mxxl ro ids, Kayn an CroiKms, Taflatu Silk and Soiges, wm lu tliu city Hutunhiy. It in not iutumltHl that thu term 08o to 8.f)0. hliould apily to thu farmer alouu, for r The City Council will meet In Warm Weather mCmhIoii Monday iiblit. tlio manufacturer and hw employe, tw Mbn M.tKiu Lo. of New Madrid, factors iu thu production of wealth, art) Mo., U Wtliif? Mb Itofdo Cie. quite as imjxirtunt at the agricultural-Ut- , Crashes, Linons, Ducks, Whito and the same it trim iu some degruu &0o to l.CO. Piques, ftc, from Win LiulitinT, of fit Lotil. Ma, of eviry individual who aitls in the vbtltcd MU HcmIo Quo tills wcuk. 'of tlio prtnluct! required by Dr. J H. Hawkliu. of Fulton conn-ty- , the ooiiKutuer It mint be admitted nSHSi- Ky., hw loontt.il nt l'ortnh'evlllc, Mo that eery pernm U a (H)itsuuier, ami it Turkoy nro lu dciiiiiud. John Maddos., ot Stnto Lino, wiu lu the city Monday. Illllln ri.iok. of Tiptuuvillu, wiw in tliu city Stturd.iy. Cunt. V. A. Shuck, of .Ionian, wsw iu town Saturday. rifliliiK tiioklcnnd flnlittiK w ortim , tory trading place. The quality's the proof backed by winning prices. Ileal, economical purchasing along this line, principles, neither On MONDAY,' Maj gib, ,1803, Jt.belnt mobt true to I8.il always the man who houtt the first Jay oMheiMty term of lbe Fulv the lotnloHt nt a revival who ia the ton County Court, at did courtihotittUlton best Christian. Glenn's Graphic. in Hickinno, Ky., I will sell to lli! high-e- st biililer, ,for cIi, fur laief.dho of Uiokman, hd1 cost of snip, lie (Vila Col. M. Lkwis Claiik. of Louisville, fill ot and killed' hiuiHolf hi lowing (lesorHied rval f8lateHeicil.lt; y tho niuei of Hit) following parties, l'. IiIh room at a Momphis hotel iiioruitij.'. lie left nothing' S2 00 i ml Jfd to ech oasa for ooits. to indiciitc lliu causo of tho sui-cid- Ulnnluii liclrs, 2 lots. West Hickman." ' Ho. 220 and 231. ,' ' ' $2"o' but had boon muoli ileuresn-e- d 1 lot W. Hick1 No. 233, . Inspirits for eome time. lie-wa- ridhur, Krk S4. 15 )ot W. HlAk.Nrt-i- . . one of the bent known turf- Murrell,lo K. fiOlo203, 232 to ' rP 214. 208 men in the United Slates. ' l'. 17.061 100 and J 'of 200, Sinitbwick, 1 lot.W. Hickman, No C, 3.60 1(8 y Sat-unlaH-we. -s It In not tho man who veils the loudcpt for his party (who is tho piaTslafs Sale fofTaiiiis; i ii-- i. " 2,' w COLORED LIST. ,11 ,;, i, 2iv; Votir iilvl it hi(lou. Quality That's $ Bight where Our Store "ffo well-tailored, Prices. meets the needs. W. HiK-cli- Skirts.. Shift Waists. havo nlrcady sold donblo tho iniouut that wo ntnally bcII. Vo havo the largest and best bo- ltcd stock in town to show you. V Wo will d you a good fln OXJ fvPcrc;iloWaLstfur IoIr'K' HIcV, bl'lf ! 7 ' 6 77, 7. No. 201 ami of 203, Drown, Oille 12 lots E Hick, bjock 7,f u l" 11,08, ICOto 176-- 181 to 181, ' ' Brown, Ann 2 loU E. Hick.,. block 6, ' A3'1S' 267anil2C8, ,. Clrk,Jlm2lolG. A, No C8, 00. -- 6 20, Caldwell, L'tnlly 1 lot E :ck, bl'k 2, ' "J " ' 7" 57' ' No. 285. Ctner, Amy 2 lot O. A.' No 79, 80, "H 2.80 ' Ewlng, Geo 1 lot E. II. blk G. Wo 231 4'40' ' 1 lot W. II .' No 129 JackecW 40,' Jonea, Edie 1 lot E H. blk 4. No 1U8 .2.S0' Lotc, Font 1 lot Old II No 136 " '3 13 Mllncr, Iltick 0 loia E Hick, block 7, ,l ' ' Noa 208 lo272. 0.00, McCutclien, Jennie 0 lots E. Hick., ' Alcxunder.'Allerf 1 J '' - De e, retf-uln- SKIRTS, Indigo Iliuu und rating, Wo are knvlng big hales on onr Matting. We still have a nice line tn select from. Or ., 1 Oo Price from to u Calico. lied, at Qlp Ladies' JUS Domestic. HROWN, yard wido, at . block 6, 213 to 215-2- 61 to 253. 6,16 '' McUcltre Taylor I lot E. II, block 4, ' No. 193, '4.40 Shelhr, Chaa 4 lots 0. A. Nos 34, 39, u - 9'6C' 43 and 41, Seymore. I.ouls 1 lot E."ll Wk 4, '215 '4 40. Tallv, Nathan 3 IM E. Hick., blk 4, - ' 4.90 Nos. 229, 230,231. Tallv, Geniry 2 lots E. Hick., block 5,. " ' " " 8.6Q Noi. 221 anil 222, " Wilaon, CLaa.lJ 8 loft E. HJck. block '" '7.77, ' 4, Nos 237 Wllkeraon.Tclix 1 lot E. Hick, blk 7, ' '' No 200, TOM DILL0X. Jr., City" Marahal. " 3, .... '' - " "- 0 ftlft Corsets. Good Summer Corsot's, Uiferwear. J for 25c Qr. y Ladles Mnslln Gowus, rock! styles iroin hoc up. LitlicK Slnsliu Corset Covers from 'or llicknmn Roller Mills' annonnco to the ' farmers that they specially solicit fheir ' trade, anil wUl do everything to merit their patrouagc. Give us a chanco Uo prOVO - IIocu & Evcrsol, having bought' the ClUKHl TKADi:. i tlllS. llOEN & ErERbOL. - Handkerchiefs. LADIES All Linen Hem- stitched lluuilkcrchlufri, up. - ALo, a line of Ladies Mnslm Draw cw and Skirts. dr:w.m. bright,' Rob-rtn- Towels. Lnrj,o Table-Cloi- h. n: "1 J-- j PHYSICIAN.'" Ofllco over Wilson's Book Store, Holcombo Building, Soltl only by lat::ststylks. Only sio, 10x2 1 inchea, fin lowi.stpi0ks. mihm, ),? OKj io tho handsomest Hue of hMLCiKS in tho city, ami tho pr.cis are riht. Wi have H. BUCIIAN'AN. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. -- cni Retl DaimwV:, Kood Tnr- key, p, r yard, only "olcii Dress Cloods, cud 4J0o per yard, that wcro "1 (,, BILIZE ftflbODDS. jgvHW-MHkHHtoA a imHH $WYE YOU Shoes! RldPalcnp 'l? "K" . i fWmmmt 'I' ft 4 M vi5fc'C5 ' ' STAFOFIAFE is the n, SECy y thk ... J I il l, 1 t CM ia1 whi.--. Bread, Caltcs and Pies Baked Daily ! iijvQtjvifTKTce x-'o-t r Ap I bread oototue tr t: - ih- - m .m' J: neiKlt-lHirluHs- n mi-ritu- IoWe" Shoes -- f ( Tropical and i Domestic Fruity Fine Chocolates' and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, x j and a Oxfords CE CREAM RARLOR ( A - Woll, they aro Ucantics, and acknowledged by , all wearers the most iwrfect-tlttiriShoes on tho market at the present time. T5' After you have given duo consideration to this superb Hue, wo should llko to introduce to you our a-g VT AMBERG'S a- - and RESTAURANT iu connection. .. Como See Us ICE COLD DRINKS served Tclophouo 99. r irom our Arctic .count. STew City -- Bakery. ouc-oijrlit- "GOLD CERTIFICATE" SHOES marvels of Heauty, and worth a great deal more than wo arc asking for them. Our lino of -l x J . 2 33 first-clas- s MENS1 SHOES C. AM BERG. A Protracted War. is complete, and ''Up-tDato" in fvery respect. In fact we havo everything iu tho Shoo lino tho most fastidious could desire. soil-in- i; WV- JtetH. - f b HICKMAN MARBLE W.ORKSJ KHTABIilSIIED 1853, 4 X TOM DILLON. Sr., fcop'r.' uwfgi AftkK,' vsmafnifi jyiBag? vfc"fc. T,yjiME,'l ' m (Succfsior to D. 0. Haraagr, dfc'.l.) ' jmtmj i f? Marble and Granite Monuments . STONE WORK of nil Kinds, IRON FENCING, &c, &o, Ho Said the Same in Hickman, dirnBiiTG-,-' sun-bonn- u cise too much caution iu the selection of tlio article itself. If yon would haro Cotreo that is beyond compare, buy only Chaso A: Suiilsirn's Fatuous OotTeo. Sold only by II. Huciianan. From pnwont nppournnces tlio coming Hoason will not bo iwnoted for its abundant crop of fruit iw lust. Tlio cold winter has killed so many trees and vines that wo oau hardly to havo much uioru than a half or of a crop, and iu souiu s iwulHlw ovou ltbtf, ox-po- et threo-iinurter- Jt"A little caro w noccKsnry, but you cnunot exer- in ninkiugofCof-fo- o According to lato news from In a speoob at Frankfort recently Colonel JatnoB Androw Soott Washington it is tho belief nmong made the following statement that tlio leading army officers stationis of sensational interest to Ken ed iu that city that the terminatucky larmora : "I mot a ropro tion of tho war iu tho Philippines aentntivo of tlio tobacco trust is not yet in sight. TIiib ojilnlon last week who told me that hero is not encouraging but it is war after Kentucky fanners would be. ranted by tho facts. paid ouiy bix cents a pouiiu ion It ib also largely couflrmod by their crops. I told him that to; bauco could not bo raised for Unit? the estimato of General Lawtou, himself (.'.iven tliu letter, and that price. Ho snid that thty would, conducting tho Fullippliie catu-- i lio could proceed with his luw-aubo compelled to raiBo It, or else raign that 100,000 soldiers will bo at his pluastiro. It would be a tho trust will buy land, import required to garrison nutl patrol ' pretty come off if a man could ad' cheap Italian labor and raiso itsj tlio islands. Perinnnent nunrtor. vertisoanotlior tuaii's privatu opin- own tobacco, lio further told inq must bo built for tlioso troops ion of bin), and then tuako the that thoy bad douo the samo wav who will "bo stationed at numer ' nun niiRtn. in order to nnell anil , . . . ...... other man pay for having a privato with tho oofl'oo planters and ...W.W( ... opinion, Kullou Leader. and the tobacco trus) koep down nutl bo prepared for " would do likowise. I think it if unexpected uprisings of the Taylob, tlio prosent Attorney time for tlio ooplo to organize A Genoial in tlio regular Uouural, id Hiiro to be tliu Jiopub-lica- and fight tlio trtiHts." tny is nuotod as saying that "the iiomiiioo for Governor, as no itivcs will havo to be connuer- prominent man ia ooutCHtiujr tlttf looks liko bud policy to , If nt all, by euuipaigna similar pub-liehed lt sno-oeede--- i TiSS -- Jt r- -r i .. jk- lg"-J3?- r - -- - Hiolsman, Ky. ' . . Lreciferd & Regers WANT TO SELL YOU - GROCERIES 1 I 'flS Tiayit-- " S f'lWf' ...., FresJi Meats8 -w 1 f Filip-liitioH.- TwffT Frri f 1 pfkoicdfi :k tv w - Hardware, Queenswar3?" u il9W- TYOUR Hay, Oato, Bran, Limb, uud Cement. uumiuutiou; diet iummuico couipauica. It fiOksu-J00- 1 , tboso agaiutit tho1 ludraug'," .PRICES WILL PLEASE YOtr,l: j R 3 "HC-- ' -- 'JC'tLLMJZ &!&UhJLi " 4ftr MmKSC-- ' FT? u 'On SsSgaiaMWsasaBssKsa jj"",' T ..SMgMw a!tiftiTrF"ULri ""j-- -- 1'1- vi f -- y 2rws5vr w : k' -" I . f r 1 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. suggestive of something elevated In sorbite lustlces arc aboil rr, unr Trample not underfoot nil counselors tit the bar) Ull Hpl'i character. it takes crocodile SO second to turn that which to your father and mother tntofs rise to greet ilicm. aucJi IPOlllri i wusdearer than life itself. Defend their with the words: "Oyez, o Dr. Talmagc Eulogizes the Late Jus oyc.' fomplelely round. Collection of nmllby trnlleyenrahni graves as they defended your cradle. announces that nil Is now rti d.V for a tice Stephen J. Field. Notice also that our illustrious friend nenring ami cxciuims; lioilisuvc the ieen Introduced In Hartford, Conn. lllood flows through bones of tery was great iu reasonable nnd genial dis- United States of America," sol wish wc Trnlnlnit Lnlil (he Fonn- - sent. Of the 1,042 opinions he rendered could in Imagination gather) togntlu-- i children utmost as freelv ns ... i or ki. datlon of Ilia Clinrnrter Tlie muni- iiuu iiuiw ti..uin.M mat men Juhrough the veins. none was more, poiem Urrn( Dlrlne't Trllinte to a thoso rendered while he was In dicial place iu this und other lands, and St. Petersburg hns the largest bron.e l)cinr(cd Friend, n , small minority nnd sometimes In a mi- they might enter, und after tfio falling itntito In oxlstence-th- at mj: 0 FAF of Peter the ij wi nority of one. A learned nnd distin- of some mighty gnvel had demanded at- ireut. which weighs 1,000 tons. (Copyrletit, Louis Klopsch. IS).) guished lawyer of this country said he tention wo could look upoo good Arabian horse will canter In Washington, April 3 Judge the giant of American lie desert for 21 hours in summer nnd One of the most notable churtieters of would rather be the author of bo to John our time is the subject of Dr. Ta linage's Field's dissenting opinions than of the Webster said InJay, of whom DanUl IS hours In winter without drinking. commemoration: discourse, mill the lessons drawn are the author of the constitution 1b The assessed vnluntion or lloston is to go "When tho spotless ermine of the Ju 5J,0;trt,tW0,578, inspiring. Text.:.' Samuel, 3:3S: "Know United States. The tendency nml the value or the prop-rtye not that there is a prince and n great with the multitude, to think what oth- dlclnl robe fell on John Jay, t touched exempt from taxation Is $172,920.. nothing less spotless thun Itsdf," nn, to say nnd do what others ers think, muu fallen this day iu Israel?" 73. the majority nre wrong, llutlcdgo nnd Cushlng and Ellsworth Here is n plumed catafalque, followed The depth of wnter nffeets the speed by King David und u funeral oration and it requires heroes to take the negn- and Joseph Storey, called the Walter f steamers tery considerably, the tos In Seott of common law, and Sir .Matthew tive, but to do that logically nnd which hctlelhersnt the tomb. Concernids moving more slowly hi shnllow good humor requires some elements of lime, nnd Lord Lldon nnd Lonj Tenter-deing Abuer, the great, David weeps out deep wnter. and Sir James Mcintosh and Mans- :n.in the text. More appropriately than make up not often found hi judicial disCider hns been discovered by a French senters or. Indeed, In nny class of men. field nnd tho long line of lord olmneel-irwhen originally tittered we may now nnd the great judges from both nvestlgntor to be fntnl to the typhoid The Declaration of Americnn Indeutter this resounding lamentation: ever bacillus. It Is tho malieaeld, he "Know ye not that there is a prince and pendence was n disseuting opinion. sides of the sen, und. uftcr. they hud 3elleves, thnt t he bacillus cannot digest. The Free Church of Scotland, under taken their places In our quickened k great man fallen this day iu Israel?" A telephone girl in Owonsboro. Ky compeers was n dis imagination nnd distinguished cases of It was HO minute after six, the ex Chalmers and his act hour of the sunset of the; Sabbath senting movement. The llible itself, centuries which they decided might .vns recently cowhlded by nn enraged day, und while the evening lights were Old Testament nnd New Testament, is again be called on. nfter theaXsembled 3,i Iron, who ohnrged her with hating liscioscd nn iniM)mnt conversation she being kindled, thnt the scml of Stephen a protest against tlie theories that nntlons had ejaculated: "GcJl r.ave the Mid oterltenrd over tho wire. would have destroyed the world, nnd Is I'nited States of America," ftlod sate J. Field, the lawyer, the judge, the pa. rent nrilntn," "God A rare experience Is thnt of Mist a dissenting us well ns n Divinely insate theintlons.'' triot, the Christian, ascended. ' Ah, how the law honors nni?sanulties Mary SKonor, of Aeushuet. Mass. Shr Our departed friend came forth a boy spired book. The Decalogue on Slnni repeated ten times "1'hou shnlt not . ewryuiing u xoucnesj Natural luw has lived in three different towns with-infrom a minister's home in New changing her residence. A change Social law. Commercial Intt lie knelt with father aud mother For nges to com" will be quoted from ' ue iMMiiiiiury lines removed net at morning and ekcniug prayer, learned law books in courtrooms Justice Fleld'R Common luw. Moral law. KcrfeslnstU-n- i QmytH mv law. International law. Oil. the dig Iwelllng from New lied ford to from maternal lips of piety magnificent dissenting opinions. ami then to Aeushuet. Her age Notice that our ascended friend had nity, the inipresslveness. the'iiower ni Swamp-Roo- t, which lusted him controlled him The Great Kidney Restorative and Healer.- amid all the aricd and exciting r.eenes such n iliaracler ns assault nnd peril law! It is the only thing before which is 103 years. A malady puzzling to the doctor of a lifetime and helped linn to die alone .in develop. He had not conic to Jehovah bows, but Ho bows before rt cushions of the supreme court that, although the law is of His owr prostrated William DIekcron.'of Chos-er- , in peace an octogenarian. Ulot out the ITS MARVELOUS SUCCESS IN ALL KIDNEY, Pa. AMer three days' buffering he from American history the names of ben li stepping on cloth of gold and sa- making. The luw! Jly it worlds swing those ministers' tons who hat u done luted all along the line by handclap- - lly It the fnte of centuries is decided, lay helpless ou n lounge, when In BLADDER-ANURIC AOD TROUBLES, honor to judicial bench and commcr-oi- l ping of applause. Country personages lly It nil the nffalrs of time nnd nil the oughlng tit he ejected n llrard from cycles of eternity will be owrned. his mouth. circle and national legislature and do not rock their babies In satin-lineIt is thought that while presidential chair, aud you would obor afterward send then out into We cannot soar so high, or sink odeop. Jrlnklng from spring he took the repTo Prove for Yourself the Wonderful Merits of This Great literate many of the grandest chapters the world with enough In their hand to or reach out ho far. or live so long as to tile into his stomach. of that history. It is no small advan- purclinse place and power. Pastors' escape It. It is the throne on which the Discovery, You may Have a Sample Bottle Sent Almighty sits. To Interpret law. what tage to haw Minted from a home where salaries Iu the enrly part of this cenINADEQUACY OF WORDS. Absolutely Free By Mail. God u hitiHwt'd and the subject of n tury hardly ever reached $700 a year. n profession! What n responsibility Sii O.wciittitin when thcoudge or world's emancipation from sin and sor- Economies that sometimes cut Into the Tiut- - :ajrac.--. :at!s :a :: row is under constant discussion. The bone characterized many of the homes a Lord Jeffreys! What n benediction II lniinrl the Ntnlc of Mun'a Wlint your kltltioy.s iiimmI Is u gontlo, honllng, tonic IiiIIiiim.co, Ten Commandments, which are the of the New Knglnod clergymen. The he be n Chancellor Kent! 1'rrlliiK". ' 4 thnt will .MMitlu; their Irritability nml gently roguliito them. Have you ever realized how much God or all good law Kom.in young lawyer of whom wc Rpcnk tofoundation Thu only tiling Hint will lo this I Dr. Kilmer' Svr.uup-ltoo- t, has honored law in tlie fact tknt all up In soiiio things the jxiwor of mart law. German l.iw. L'nglish law, Ameri day nrrived in San Francisco in l Kidney ItVstorutito. can law--and down the Ulble llemnkeslhe Jiidpe eems woefully deficient, and one ot tho the best foundation upon with only ten dollars In his pocket. which to build character, and those Williarustown college was only Intro- u type of Himself nnd employs t(V scene these is his Inngutige, which Is It used to ho mitMilorecl thnt only urinary troubles were to ho yet which the loy. Stephen J. Field, m ductory to a postgraduate course which of n courtroom to set forth the grand- inndeipiatc to do justice to the opera traced to the kidneys, hut now modem protes that nearoften heard in the parsonage at e our illustrious friend took while admin- eurs of the great judgment day? Hook tloiiH of nature. Stirring ns It may bo, ly nil constitutional IImM"u:s Imvu their liogliinlng in tho acre his guidance when, a half istering justice und halting riifllanism of Genesis: "3 hull not the judgw of all the ordlnnry nccount of u mighty otont of theso useful organs. century after, us n gowned justice of amid the mining camps of California. the earth do right?'; Hook of Deuter is generally far beneath what it might" What more nut oral '.' the supreme court of the United States, Oh, those " ns they were onomy: "1 he Lord shall judge Ills peo- Ih. The description of n wreck may Tho Kidneys llltcr und purify the hloocl. he unrolled cause us to shudder slightly, but there Hlbles, hymn called, through what privations, ple." Hook of Psnlras: "God books, catechisms, family prayers", atHook of the Acts: "Judge is no nppronch to the feeling thnt would through what narrow escapes, junld When they don't your ttkolt ltiy Wllty. worn-ou- t mosphere sanctified, are good sun outitl-ing- s what exposure." tin y moved! Adminis- of quirk and dead." Hook of Timothy: nrise in us could we but behold tho ocfeeling, lack of .inV.il tion, lo. of tlenh. willow complexion for boys and girls to start from, tering and executing law nmong out- "The Ixird Is the rightcom Judge." currence itself, nnd 110 combination of must buffer. If .tour water when allowed to reand if our laxer ideas of religion and laws never has been nn easy undertakNever will It be understood bw Uod words nnd sentences inn bring the If jou are tick, doctor jour Kidney, Sabbath days and home training pro- ing. Among mountaineers, many of honurs judges und courtro- - TIS.itilthc whole truth home to us. Wo look from became a soon as they are well tkey main undisturbetl In n gln or bottlo duce as splendid men and women ns whom had no regard for human life; thunderbolt of the last dajl houi. forma n Jbound the iKirtholos of our stutonotn nnd see wlll help all the other oryu to health. for twrnt.t-foti- r the water dashing Itself ngalust the or .rilling or ha n cloudy the Puritanic Sabbat h and where the snap of pistol nnd bang me opening of tlie grt t The mild and extraordinary of and Puritanic teachings have produced of gun were not unusual responses, re- day of trial, the dnv of it W r ride nee that joorkiil-ne- t the side of the ship. Then tho tesxel rise Dr. Kilmer' Susmp-KcHithe great a und bladder need Immediate attenIt will be u matter of congratulation quired courage of the highest nictnl. out of tho wave, nnd we win look out doy of doom, the duvof jt and thanksgiving. llehiud a dry goods box, Riirrounded law of the case on that oc VvMllbu on mountainous tumbling munsos that kidney remedy, i noon realized. It tion. Do not puss by the fact that I have by tallow candles, Judge Field began rend, and the Indictment The great dUeovcrv. .Swamtvltoot. nt. raise their heads iu nmiiiou portent stand the highest for It tv underfill hus been truted In not yet seen emphasized that Stephen his judicial career. and mi maH.t wn. In What exciting which nre the Ten Com m .mnnt. Where tho sky should 1m tho clouds nre cures of the niMt tllktrcMdng v w. J. Field was u minister's sou. Notwith- scenes he passed through! An infernal Justice will plead tho case JjaTrtLt ii scudding by ns If driven by some torrllic it otd by clruggUt In fifty-ceand hospital work. In private practice, standing- that there nre conspicuous exmachine was handed to him, nnd in- but our glorious advocate v mil7ld I'll fear. Wo hoar the tdirill piping of the bottles. Make a note of the among the hrlplf too poor to ceptions to the rule and the exceptions side tho lid of the box was pasted his our Dcnnn, lor "we nave a hoatswnin'ii whistle nnd the runnlni? of name. SWAMP-HOOrelief, and huti protect to uc Dr. Kllmei'ii l eesafiil In every cane, that haw built upu stereotyped defamation decision in the Pueblo case, the decis- with the Father Jesus UM.iA the tho feel or men overhead. How the Swamp-Hooon the subject statistics plain and unrighteous." Then the cn, mVm do-- hours drag ntid drag by until there arrangement h lnrcn modo by which ion that had balked unprincipled specuYou may have a nam pie lmttle of tM nil the readers seems to bo no end coming to the merdeniable prove that a larger proiortion lators. Ten years ago ills life would elded in our clearance, ns tHiJl of this paper w ho hate V ?." ciless pounding of the sen. Howetot famous kidney remedy ncnt free Vy not n I ready tried It. may hate n rampto nounces: "There is now. of ministers' sons turn out well than have pished out had not nn ofili-nmail, pint pa id. by which .ton Hint tM bottle arc to be found in uuy other genealog- of the law shot down hlsnssailant. It condemnation to them w SLW tfi r 1st cheerful we mny mako otirselvos wnt nlMolutrly free by mail. disorder a kidney, Alao n hook telling more about Swninp-l.ofear Is In our hearts, fear of that Its virtues for ical table. Let all the parsonages of took a long training of hardship and Jesus." Under the crowd "BfajJijr soi I all denominations of Christians where abuse nnd misinterpretation nnd threat ciouii on mm last d.iv ai iHber the sort thnt taken away bladder and uric acid dticar. and uriand containing ionic of the children are glowing tip tnke the con- of violence and Hash of assassin's knife swaying upholstery of a buTIi nmr tirar-- nil, energy nnd leaves us ns If without nary troubles, obliged to puss tver thouMHiU upon thouaamh or teliinoni-a- l volution. See the star of hope pointing to fit him for tho high place where he ens nnd while the Alps and ilimnl.iyus supjwrt. Hettcr would It be to have frequently night and dnv. mmrilng or lettrra recrivcil from mow and wom xlowu to that manger) could defy legislatures and congresses nnd Mount Washington nrefalliog flat tho crashing of timbers and the break- irritation In pnMlng, briekdutt oriedl-men- t en who owe their good health, in tact, Iu the urine. contant headache. their tery lives, to the ing of plates than this long wnlllng In Notice also that our departed friend and presidents und tlie world when he on their faces we will benhe tn underwonderful curawas a member of a royal family. There knew he was right. Hardship is the stand tho significance of lioso Scrip- iineertninty. F.tory day seenm like n Inekaeho. lame back, dlz.iiir. tive pro)H-rtleof Sivnmp-HooIt ur indigoktion. nertntinenii,skln nml mention thit pitrr vvhoit sending wre no crowns or scepters or thrones grindstone that sharpens intellectual ture passages which speak of God ns yeur, nnd yet the storm only grow iu that ancestral line, but the family faculties and the sword with which to Judge and employ the coirtroom of worse nnd whistles nml hisses fright-fully- . trouble, anaemia. Hright'dioao. your aihlrert to I)r. Kilmer. V Co., rheumatism, bloating, irrila- N. Y. And If the worst does oomo, the of the Fields, like the Tamily of the strike effectively for God nnd one's earth ns typical of the rn.ee when nil New Vork Primes, like the family of country. nations shall be brought r 1 tribunal. hardest thing is to realize that we, wc nf 11. To have done well, nil th.r mcli n pro- who hate nil our lives boon In and neat the Princeton Alexanders, like u score Notice also how much our friend did of families that I might mention. If it for the honor of the judiciary. What fession could ask of him, d to have nnd around danger, und who yet havr In "So you think there rcall) is omctluns lirrcslitv, niter ll?" were best to mention them, were "the momentous scenes have been witnessed innde that profession still ourc honor-abl- never seen It, arc at last within It "I do. Yoiini; Mundnley. vvko it trvir.R to IvHild carry eumilete by his brilliant nnd subiafo life, la clutches. Literature nlono rs It U can Ret up n north Kle exlilMi. M thchildren of the King," and had put on in our United Stntcs supreme court, on n line of enough for national nnd iimrnntionnl. never make us renllo these things per- nf .v.wotri.ni who umsJ to lie an invetiMite them honors brighter than crowns and the bench and before the bench, whethhome hunter, not Iterant rmiM IUmIUII wielded influence longcrnnd wider than er far back it held its sessions in the icrrcsirini nnd ceJesthl congratulation. fectly. Nor can art, which may give Trait IUII a houo if he ImiI fnund onr, scepters. That family of Fields traces upper room of the exchange nt New And then to expire bcnutifaly while nevertheless the benefit of magnificent the mure love of the thinu." C'hieao but ir iir EvenTtnnU tin honorable lineage back SOO years to York or afterward for ten years In the the prayers of his church n,rc being representations. And hen-Ithe powet ing Nctvu. Cricket Iltibertiis tie la Feld. coadjutor of Crmtuet city hull ut Philadelphia or later in the ofTcrcd nt his bedside, the ,i0or of of the drama thnt unit on both Fair Vrnine. VUitar (in Urooklyn) llnilnt: the Cfinqiierm. und nrt nnd combines them with "Dora the trolley lino lead to the us thank God cellar of yonder cnpitol, the plate where Heaven opening for his entree dS t,e Athletics forsueli familics.gcueratioii after gen- for many yenrs the congressional li- door of earth opened for hii import nre action, if it is possihln to move us. wr tcr) ?" (.'itizcu "Ycj, if one im't very cureUnlformi dealr eration on the bide of that which is brary was kept, n scpulclier where the sob of tho earthly farew-i- l caught shall bo muted, und the fruth will h ful."-L- ife. right and good. Alnijt n for ttiem. books were burled nlive, the hole called up Into raptures that nevcrdio yC8 ,c brought homo more fully and more The cflin tnut in doomed Wilti I r tir cdiilajcic While all parents ennnot aspire to have by John Ilandolph "theCnveof Tropho-nlus!- " lived nnd died in the fnlthof the phnrply than hi the other ways. De- to failureTho meinbers vvi'l Ik- ure to Btich conspicuous households us the one A. O, UPALDINC S. DROS. run tiling ino the urour.d. Town Toj .c. Christian religion. What mighty men stood before troit Free Press. Young man, I want to IHl vou that flew York tlie name of whose sou we now cele- that bar pleading in immortal eloDenver Chlonao An Inlirriilliiir Kvporliiirnl. brate, all parents muy by fidelity iu quence on quest ions of national import! Justice Field believed In the I;i,le from The cusloins authoritios are watchprayer and holy example have their now suggestive the Invitation which lid to lid, n look all true eitW , ,!... sous and daughters become kings and William Wirt, the great Virgintnn. trine or history, much of it U hUtorv ing nn interesting experiment now bequeens unto God, to reign forever und wrote his friend Inviting him toyonder of events that neither God not man ap- ing innde hi the Fulled States bonded proves. Our friend drank th oer. supreme courtroom: who of stores to restore the eommerelnl vnliic a the holy snerament and nte Let young men. beware lest they by week will come on tlie great steam'.TIjr wife hail plmplra on linr Inef, but of of HG i;aseh of champagne which wtip n man cat fie shall mver hunhe h their behavior blot such family recoids boat question from New York. Kmmett which frn7cu during the blizzard iu railroad bea MUlrur C'ASCAlll.TS aot thor I lud bran troubled bavo nil ll appeared with some misdeed. We can nil think and Oakley on one side, Webster nnd ger." He was the up and dowi.t nd cars while being tr.iiif ported In ImiiicI with coanllMilun for sotno tlmo, Hit alter out friend of the chureh of (Vint If from New York to Philadelphia. The tho nrU Cascarei I tiaro hail no trouble of households the names of which myself on the other. Come down nnd with ibli ailment. Wn cannot aeak too highmeant everything honorable and hear it. Hminett's whole soul Is In the there had been anything llloji in'ollr wine came on tho French MinuiHliIp l.n ly or f'icareti." Kiitn Wxiitman. 67Maerraaatown Ave., I'hlladolpala. Pa. for u long while, but by the case, and he will stretch all his powers. religion he would have scouted t for he Hrctaguo from Havre to Now York, nnd was n logician. If there had deed of one bon saeriliecd, disgraced Oakley Is said to be one of the finest club In 0n in It tvus consigned to n CANDY and blasted. Look out how you rob logicians of the age, ns much u Phocion anything unreasonable, he vv.,,,i lim this city. As .1 rule, experts statu thnt CATHARTIC r jour consecrated ancestry of the nume as Kmmett Is a Themistocles, nnd Web- rejected If. because hn was n r,,j r,.a. fro .en champagne should be consumed soner. If there had been in ,i ,nvthlni at once or It Is valueless. As this could "they luinded to you unsullied! lletter ster is ns umbltious ns Caesar. He will that would not stand research .'uoiild not be dune: in this case, the wine was a trustee to that name add something not be outdone by any man if it is withworthy. Do something to honor t in tlie compass of his power to utoid have exploded the fallacy. vtnred In the warm rellirs of the bondTOC MAaS RtOIStlHtO a life of research. homestead, whether a mountain It. Come to Washington. It will ben Vo, Uol ed stores, which nre below the surface An Excellent Combination. Wnslnngton. young men of mcrcn of tho earth, nnd where there Is ulvvnye cabin or a city muiision or u country combat worth witnessing." The su' The pleasant method nnd beneficial young men of the round worfc parsonage. preme court has stood so high in n uniform temperature. It wasnotlJed r effects of the well known Itev. Duvid Dudley Field, though 32 '" Hin!"1 1"1' ,r"of Jh- - that there wiib a deposit of cream of rivitui- or Fios, manufactured remedy, Tmlo rioo.1 Ho nnd tlie United States that tin. rlent, nicien, ,. by the uuuu, ..uiur Talalablr. mien oronre I.--, Zjc.MC . .m years passed upward, Is luf lored pmcirniitig nm vices of a few who have occupied that ..v. tartar iu the liottles, which, the gov- CALtroiiNiA F10 Nrnur Co., Illustrate ... CURE CONSTIPATION. sacking Intellect must have a.rnn. ernment oflieluls think, If gradually ... jy the Christian life, the service, the importiint place hate not been able to the value or obtaining tho liquid laxa' Ifrllaf Ulmtit Caput;, MMlrl, . tirk. lit worthy of your confldcnc, Jeath of his son Stephen. In the wnrni temperature of the tive principles of plants known to bo disgrace it, neither the corruption of you now medleinnlty laxative und presenting that Christianity Among the most ubsorbiiig hooks of Francis Paeon, nor the cruelty of Sir bonded stores, will restore the wine to them In thu form most refreshing to tho UiS.Tfl.mn 8oll nrnlriiiranlrrilbe allilriia- m heart or the world on.itsJi'S the ltible is the book of Kings, which George Mackenzie, nor tin- Snlilmtti its former value. Philadelphia tn.sto und acceptable to tho system. It he bra f t,iu wr,, also. igaiu and again illustrates that though desecration of Lord Cnstlerengh. Is the one perfeet strengthening laxaoicty is not hereditary, the style or A New I, tali I. tive, cleansing thu hv.ttcm ciloclunlly, To that highest of nil tribunals Abra- lute tried to represent the nf IlKAIIKUS Of Til 19 tMPKil has much to do witli the style ham Lincoln called our friend, but he the Millie as something A phenomenon, the cause of which dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevers DWllllNCJ TO IIL'V ANV1IIIM) how do you account for the f .rfMlVn gently yut promptly nnd enabling ono exof descendant. It declares of King Abi-inot yet been sntisinetorlly lived long enough to honor the supreme AIIVKItTISKII IN ITL'0M.MN.4 hns to overcome hnbitunl constipation pernt a recent meet"He walked in ull the sins of his court more than It had cter honored faith of Stephen J. Field, who, fllUUI.n INSIST ffON HAVINI) plained, was described manently. Its perfect freedom from WI1ATTIIKV ASIC FOIL ItKFDaiN'l fill her which lie had done before him." him. For more than 114 years he sat in of the law library occmplrd v, his ing of the scientists. Dines of loaf su- every object innnhlo quality nnd subai.Ii buiiarrrtrna on imitation! and of King Auriuli: "lie did Hint the presence of this nation and of nil magnificent decisions? mounted 011 lathe and rap- stance, nml its acting on tho kidneys, gar were And now may theHwIof which was right in (tie sight of the nations a model judge. Fearlessness, nli,llnfor, idly rotated while a hammer played liver nnd bowels, without weakening leak to the bereft, espccinlu ln Lord, aecoidiiMf to all that his father Integrity, devotion to principle, churns-terl-lightly against them. An almost con- or irritating them, make it thu ideal V R E3Q V,iVV icovn vi itM V" Amu.iali had done." We owe u debt to him. No bribe ever touched his day when l,,u n"'U " HIS life. tinuous radiation of light wiik thus pro. laxative. processor manufacturing figs In thu as stranger ho ,",',' those who haw gone before iu our line hand. No profane word ever Rcnldcd duced from tho sugar. It was shown arc used, ns thoy tiro pleasant to tho m.i. Houl. ut tPMInion'.u )iii'l IO Uti) Irrtil H!l, II. II. (.MKL.Vn m.j,i:,i, i,'i(i,,U4. menl . as certainly us ve have obligations to his tongue. ,No blemish or wrong over oberpevvlntheFplseopalel,,;""" that the light did not rise from heating tail", but thcineilicinnl qunlltiesof tho time of the broken those who appear iu the marred his character. Full qualified ehanged of the sugar, find It Is believed to be remedy uro obtained from tcnnn nnd household. Not no sacred is your old was he to have his name ns.sooluted iu rellglom,. churches, but did nni,hnn"J caused by some change taking plnce In other aromatic plants, by n method (JURIS WMtHt All tLit known to tho Cai.ii'oknia Fio Srnup father's wulklngulatr, which you keep the history of this country with the was liorn for the ehur-- in ,'J the sugar crystals. The net of crystalliIlont Couh Brrup. Tantm UihhI, Vzi f. and the get its bcnelleial ui tlmn. Solil br ilniirelit in his memory, or' the eyeglasses grenti.st of the judiciary. zation Is known to be sometimes accom- Co. only. In order to imitations, plenso believe In effects nnd to avoid thioiigh whii-l- i your motherstiiilled the As nt 12 o'clock day by ilny on yonder panied by flashes of light. Thu prac- remember the full numo of the Company migi.tv. .Mnlu-- of Heaven llible In her old i itx the name they hill thegnvel falls in the supreme eourt-loo- nr l 'earth, tical bearing of theo experiments is on printed on the trout of every package. . .. " ibbiib !., iirisi, nix onl bore, the name whn-l- i von inherited A. N. K.- -E and if Isiinnoimi-i-17D that ilioohlef fon. anil in the foniiiiiinl" I Ipttcn t ho ciuestlon of the possibility ore btnln CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Jietp it hriuhl. tli.uge you Keep it justice of the United State und the ad- f. 11(1 i. Wxln ing artificial light by methods us yet ... ..!. .. llll. .i.u cici BAM FIIANCISCO. OAL. WIIK.V 1VUITINO TO AUVlMcTI1t.lt -- v li,. maul pleuae Hale that you mw Ibe JkUrnrUae M'.W YORK, N. Y. toad. tinciuuatl utiuircr. LOUISVILLE. KY. aamt la lata payer Vaiaalc by all PnyglMs. Price 50c. pcrbotll A LESSON FROM LIFE. 1 11 Mi KDB DON'T .... TROUBLE 1 1 M j KI IT - them-Marsh- aU, y n 111 s Kng-laud- 'v. t 11 1 le.-uns Fair-bato- ' iu-.- I - 11 D d 11 .iit IS-t- re iclc-u- Stock-bridg- dl.-.onlc-r "forty-niners,- Isjudg-Himsel- f." mueli-derldc- d rliBv. 9l aedi-mo- ofT-e- tB'Th, t. nt one-doll- pur-cha- se t. 11 nK-cIn- r I r, ot I iiVve-consiiniln- g 1 tdrrp-lcmie- t. s t.ou-ralgl- a, Hlng-hniiito- u. DEALERS e - 1.1k.- - Ihiv.-iims- I 11 s Wil-Ijai- u liter-ntur- e I.c-- f . -' Spalding's Trade Mark Athletic Supplies 1 ncwiy-orKaiiiii- - - "To-morro- PIMPLES .r 11 Uk-Ini- r tl well-know- n lu-ol- Hng-Inii- il to-da- y ., - I'olr-nt- . ills-Milte- d I klr-- '.'." . - ,,;, &X llec-ord- . 11 d (,, n O Ki-r- 1 e f.fheV;'' r iif-- .1 1 I - 111 K -- AH v: i 'A f Jr .j w . iMufcimxiimiiia K 'he tletn'uU, iarty cvmttoaln llniinn la Hurl. dm r,fa (eft the Oinwrraile jtarty hrr than acctp' th? Chutro ptatfnrin Queer lmw touchy tnen will lie tixin fho ol.ver reiuliil'iia errtnlai a tmrte rave U a r.me nhUh dlttflKUlhed It aotitf aiibJi'ctH anil blandly IrullllVrenl r, k'.icaii pnriy, and to othrra ilclicntc. Here, for irn the vr rrpjh rar. trnf to Onir .he tol liihtancc, Is Mr. Jiuuna iikIh tlut.M-clnlc- d lon re no' templn loentroi lo repudiate with y or wnlc the platfurin f the routine- tchcinence the mere IiikIiuii'iIIoh ;rcnt - t rty thnt "Tl ry cju'y jolnM with the drmorrata he wna In .Secretary .M,'erH oltlre hllo Ii n d i'lr eympathy for thi he"e beef colli nirtu were lielnu iJlMMishcil. It the ( r' aco platform la aa open di'iiiiiinccN Mil J. I.ee na it contemptia i' ivna then Th r,Wlletrocr.lta lie a 'i ite Jnd dlaiinct jMt'y t.u- ble tcnnn ninl nmnlfentH iniichillstresH f i "5'e.id hrmr've coM ilnno- at what he term tt vile iiitlnitntlon. u rt,el lVl tho Ai iie themev One wiiti hi be wiirrnntcd In tlcen.i'ii; il iriM r,i'i and In .Vrlraka and Mr. Hiinmi Kcutleiimii of the oh a t' had their lerlor placul HciiMhilitlcH when lilt honor I Illicit lr"n the Irkt t aailMnorrata with nothii.K ie dletlniril' thetn frtm ttae eUctori ha Vet ueenutiot fnrxct that thla df ntorratn prt teirvnttd Ntinr Mr, IIhiuki wh- - eliHrxcl- tiot by ullllml lllaoMt1, f'K'ther t'h'eao.platfonn itrmirrata Ituplletitloit. but III ood ft't ternt lth hrlberv; thnt he un atimmotieil lio ahandon hflrronvncm'0)' tturdm ta'a Mho tUeer'td the pirty mml nl:i- - to defend hlmvclf at robiinhiiK, nml tlie v.rwa trtty rttirrtainiv In l"! A that he ignored nnil ntlll JfrnoreH thr a rx'Mtlrl hiramut Mr in run tro' he vi I led to he name of our parti ehiirca, which nre Miatnlncil by the 'ne rriiu'tlea of nnntfu-- party All tetlmoil of II cloud of It we fitrsteml for la that thnr who le- until. In other wnr-U- . Mr. llniinn ted ui In ltW ehrll dlwiro t)MnIea with c(iinlnttfy the unnner-nbl- e ier from our iiflrty namv or from the lo- ehnrjee thnt lie 't n briber nml corical prlncprtr c.f iiip1nRjMirtl'a Utn with fiery fa'a nr. r t C iiiraynl when thev hear ruptions!, but Chi: k'j r'uftrm denottticd .hiayiar the Intdiiuutinn thnt he la on thomj who H tn lK lfer. Thla la i.itlsf.ic'.'.'ry then to thne who friendly tertna with It inny aril it u ffjtially antlefactury pretty tough on Vigor whatcM-rorte.1 an Inaolrntlon to be thought of Mr. Ilntiiiii'a ethlenl titrtn now It fea who ie!ved In enimllty ttf the law atntiilnril. rhlengo Chronicle. 4 m r'.te to ';ioie onlv uhoud'he Itrtimen'nlltl'n of Kovernment Tor ptl- Tltnl blimey I'mvcr. If rain I v.ia wriMrn by the votira Ill nil the talk about the tpioa Ii It ranno t unwritten until the oti rx pKitKnln toll elrchoen rtprertniallvea. tlon there la juat one thlrjg- which f.ict enta have vindicated ttintrltt ahnuhl liVicr be IokI sight of. The Im, mther thai rond timed It mtiat retain the function nf erent-In- g The CMtiCL I'Uifornl Oenounreil tile inoiiey und thla right niitftt not be d atnniianl tia ntifl an'l fierlran I' rtgrd the party to flu handed out to the men who Hunt to I at It rculd do to rcure a reatorutlon of grow richer by controlling the curdouble a! nil.ird The nrentdrnt nd There nrn cur rortentlon aa Itetne nt wrti rency of thla country. ltd n rorrn aent .ilon to Knrope to airttie many trusts In the ('lilted Hlulcs, but krnntloKai rid In nUtnttonlttc ihe kiIU tho grcntcat and moat thrrutcuitiir of Indard 'r d i not twllcve In 1I thut nil la the money truM. The function of niatlcrrl I Imetnlll.im wan iiomllh' expanding nml contracting the wiitinic hnve rhown that It Ient retuMicnn platformIan dilution the of 'Ihc currency ItoIotigH lo the gmerti- pledKetl rty lo nnin'nin the kom atnndard unril iiieiti and not to the Individual, In tlie Iff rbuld le kc jrid from nlirond "Whut liandK of n' inoiiey truetlthc mnnlpu-hitorxhe nt'ri ahiiurd limn In old thfoiirronoy enii nicreio-- their im forelun flnnncltra whenwereineMlwr It the purpone nml effect of the .uHl wcitlth by coirtrui'llng the oluiueund knilnrd ha ento Inrreaee thp jturrhaa- - increasing fho purchasing power of th pow re' the do'hir nnd In enaWe to control the atnndurd rutin money 'they itoaiioha. Chicago Detnp-eru' i .. ,,uu ,,, uuiuin una mint jwmo Unit iih tht money covered lv the n privilege (Ruled lo every Lther Ham J. Bryan at the Now York clan In (he community. Caused by Internal Catarrh, "T.. perty will continue It nttarlc upon th( principle of monopoly Jefferson Banquet Promptly Cured by wherever It appear, vvhethrrln theaUnd-Jimoney trust, the pnper money truat, of th liitliistrliil tnmt. Instead of making it Inrea Cor Die Clilcnuo I'lnlfiirni auiHrtut plank narrow enough to mil Hon. J. II, Cnhlwcll, n prominent thou wlm flr alarmed Ht Ihe aonp truat member of the l.oulslnnu Slate Lcglaln-turItlioiil riinimeMiiiiii.,ily ninl .u oi.'IvIciun of the (Imiik'TX Mlllt-irltt- i u Miyii tho following In regard to llciitilillcilii truat, t wll invito nil who will of mon.) opirfne mo for cntnrrh: nopojr to Ntun.l upon h platform l.roac enough t attack the principle whrrcvei lie widely heralded "elollnr dinner" (iniiuvhi rii I nHl not refer to the aultjrct of fit by New York ileinticnitH In honor ahil aiatirr you that I Imvt found no rlioimiH JelTernnira birthday. Sntur- - atboltlon tmonr the democrat to permit i:eiiltic-- Apt II 15, wai tin-- urimu tlie maintermtice of Ur atantli ii: nrtny. Kven the rHibll(Hn imrty, with allliaten-il-nr- ). kin cnthu;, antic reception tn the l centralization, nnd t dlnre-Kurlutplon of free Miter, Wlllltitu Jen- of thtnxiMyrr.1, did not care to in'Kjlr.'ii) Hliowimtlioli'Hilliiif irui'ht corporate In ita la at platfoim a for B H.. Ihe oee .tfuiin Mr, llrynu ai'oko iikmi an in.r.attch m the army. A tmtirry na tho democrala tn cdnKrcai Krntic iljiicreneca antl 1I tistotiK conantd to can u- - jnatlfhd, but UiN ititiat W limited to aefl-ltn'i- t the ("lib. i go pliitfurmiiM follow: or IhtMpieationa which made the teintorjiry the m r'i1 t linv t tiii opuortui.tty to liicronuf n ci unary wl'h Chic no p'it form democrat in "The opMlltlon tolmp-rlallahaaRtown r.tlnr; II llrhOay of Tlionmi Ji rapidly that ihe pr. aldent wbk i in r i orr r net upoicmcv toroutn- i t:i New Yurrf. Haloed, 1 would Im tin- - JNlch a to Heny nny mirpooo to enter upon to ronrae Hut th denial la of Utile f i It I U11 pot nnpre(Atv the lore.lt V when he. purp iiiiorMl th hii In thli Ntate Wh.iem) wluaadmlnlitrailnn la m upon the part of apimrent The it.ir ' ,tid in Chicago, lwiiie.1 1 r r.t i 'imI t tit- Ntatt. our t ekrt re- - '"otatnatlon u (tyrpontfto the K'llitliioa plainly indlofttna to mivt-rUu in with-oit i r. '. a the stal of New York their content and to tax them to ul In ill'l in nt V o herniate, aid oil who our puntao, rather tlmn their own ! thi tl ktl walked throinsh the r'c to the plan tinea far outllnul. the Mil n h (lra of criilrlatn were conatliutional (tuaninteea w hlch protert the I! 1 'lntn liotti-- than they have PtopH of the States will not be t ft ituriit; taa ireent ntnuration. to the nllpliKMt: our people will On tin- I'rlrr I'rr I'lnlr. Fttrrn tliennHlx a the Klllplnoa will be Pre "'iiiilon of th prlca j.er plate Kovtrnnl lty tbr executive throiicli H. in o'r.tt ii rtto some extern, thin moreim- - shall appointed b him In thla country we "I hnvo Hon. J. Caldwell. n number used for he'.wevn hin'iuct have a republic. In the I'hlllpplui i fe Ii the ot isiv.n iat TnHty nlM at a deatattlam A depollm la not relltved of years with tho ory best results for A Ui mo of rta ninte ltecaufe of Ita Itenevolence Mttrt iclitn iniua catarrhal dlaonsos. I shall never be lt I a tie r slit to pay an much aa he Oil IfllXTItlllCllt lf Plllplllfl. without It. I never fnll to recommend la 3 or n ii.iinr The amount natti "A win In r y il. 'Tiiitnea whethir tht rack ami ujni coiernmcnt wheren thr authority roita It when uu opportunity presents ItM'lf." fore and people have no par t ' P or only ill led r shall vnW tn maklnie and t xicutlnK the law a tin-d- r -.- 7. II. Cnhlwcll, Hobcllno, La. nrcuril 'h loanl Gilbert Hofcr, flrnys K'y., nnys In n which thi y live, la drapotir In Ita form however, r.rofal mju. mil Ly theIn determined When mi vleadf d ftir Independence for the loiter tinted Mnrch 7th, 1S94: "I hnve I y ! t scntlmenta Plltpttio wb pVadrd for our own neotde. a ur-r- v nnd I am l:h ate mtVcn Into llo rather than for them We believe In tho lined four bottle of doctrine of ai ami are not well of my catnrrh, nnd It cured my Thuae who the arty rrel4io onl, tinw .lllr jt to deny It to alien rarea. but Mright's disease. 1 had boon troubled national piriform we fntr (hat a frrth In thf of It ive n tlnht to tret t nitil tenw their vowa the nation will denial to the In one pn'rt of for two years. I weigh twenty pounds lead abandonment JrfTcrr n l"l arh oh-- lit or ii nillrely. The inomi nt force In nlad more than I did before I was taken sick. effort to l .y the principle of Jeffer- - aliove rra-th moment mlsht la atibatl-tut-- I shall never be without n to .re r llilone to the tndthnt for rlicht in the government of any Send for free cntnrrh book. Address ltlre In Kuitnnif.t and equality part of thla cou itrj that indment decay Ihw mrty lo the people attack thp fund 'inrnttil prlnclplea of the Dr. JInrtman, Coluinbu, O. m M.IIA., I,M ,.,, ,w, v uu, puuii irTilly ho left Urn tKirtj- - In Indirfrrrnt to the doctrine of 'y towail tho 'y cph,l;;. BREEDERS l A la an iMHolatlan fornwl for to permit 11 abandonment In the t i,rior of rilK loree and tffeel to orient, they wilt not lunu defend It here fn .mir a lanil lr ut oar political pni'i lolea held In wmmoii It la it eUnffteant rcl that thoe who In 0-I.Hogs In prlnrliilts a,rlae l ln dirfrnncea were wiutntr to borrow n financial na-iC. tat.i'lon la r.ol only trciirarj-- . tun -, from Knsland are now forrmoM nmoni ON TIME, im) emc II Ihrr olll e lr.il !r the pf ople w ho would borrow a colonial rl-leni at orlik'd 80U Ik. cf the riuWW-n'The mernlH-rjurty from L. B. SILVER CO. I mnct romplnln heeue eertaln reiHiull- r- wou'd be Knuland. How lonp before the Summit Mlrtvt, willing to borrow the lawa o tlflnd, Oblo ia lert tl e party rsiher than eJlt the entail and ptli;ioi;ri "turc and therpleudora I.oulo plAtform. Nltheriiin memhera of a royal court and tltlrtl noMiltj T" DOLLAlt J7 N5CEK. 1 tsi--- w il"7 " ion, ....v. n ;!! p.rmm,d KIDNEYJISEASE Pe-ru-na. WANTI A rELL, Tliiay Wn) fnrer Vfa Fntnlllav vtltb the SerliWrt.a Aaka ii Uneatlon. m c, Ie-ru-- i:ii. mill-iinU- in , tow-an- d In-ei- Hfe f- m "Xo," reponued the nimlern Simtatitan, I Won t ro in and lake a cmphatiiall). dr.nk, and you d better h.llow myctatnpie and pet to lied ns qiiiekly vouean." "All iifiht, I RUCM I w,n muttetcd tho tipty lioHt, ilri'wnly. "Hut tell tne your nnme, anyvvav. 1 vrant to know the tutne of the man who luouglit mo t0 my dori." ftrenpth, tlicS.itn.it ii u tliointlit it wisdom to comply in sonie ady with Ins nnd nt tl"Mine time had no intention lo tevcal liiHm identity, "I'aul is my name,' I. .himmuiI, at last, In comptottuse, turnnii' to po down the . steps. "Come here, Paul, ' ngerlv called the other mail at once. "Come hick nnd answer the question I've had it in my mind to ak Paul," lie continued, you for (&"; "did you evu f nn answer to your letters to the 1'pbematu?" CIucaRo Chronicle. In ,iim,o-date- 's A man of the Nortli f e naw a mafculine rnemlicr of the human race tumble down on the sidewalk the other evening, lioiieleM-lintoxicated. DigilVt at the Bight, lie wa about to kim onunrrejnil of hi neigh-boi'- a misfortune when n,e tory f tjle K00j Satnnrttnn llasueu aero ln mind and lie resolved for onto to w iharitahly helpful. lie Hceotdcd the fallen cne nnd amisted luin to hi unsteady feet, tm aficr inuth intet viewing urtff(nl In nucertaln-int- f the iminher of Int. home. Thither lie piloted his swaying ton .anion and was rewarded on the doorfctqi i,y a volley of thanks and n inont inif ttunatc Invitation to inter nnd taken diitik y per-tite- id As hi eloquence anil vr,l(-- wne vvaxuig . ut ltii rutd ex-tn- ul 1 otll-Ce- ra l'e-rn-- Cltenp Kt-prr.l- ll Pe-ru-n- re-'pt- nl tt iit li a ' e IK-f- m m I ' Annual Mtetinc OcntNl Aitcmhly Cum- hftland Picubytcrian Ihurch at Denver, lol., May 18 to 20. Annual Meeting CJenoni! Asietnlly Prehy. teriau Church at Miniitapolif, Minn., May 18 to dune 1. National UantUt Ann vtriarie at San FrancUro, Cal., May 20 to 20. National Kduratioiral A'ociation at I.os An- celei, Cal., July lltoll, Kor all thoe meetinfi tlicap exeurmon rctta have Uen made and delegate nnd other interested fchoufcl bear in mind thnt tlie het route to each convention city is vis. the Chicago, MilwauUe 4. bt. Paul H'y and ita connections. Cho.ce of route is thoe pome to the tr.tctinei en the Pacific Coat of going via Omaha or Kansas City and returning bySt Paul and Minr.e-ntiolli'aul I lie 1 hicaeo, nisnusee a. K'y has the short line between Chicago and lir.e between Clueaco, Omaha, and the bet St. Paul and Mluuearf'li, the route of the Pioneer Limited, theRijr perfect traia in 1 the world. All coupon ticket afeeti kII tickets via the Chicago. Milwaukee k St. Paul K'y. For tune tables nnd Information, aa to ratc and routes nddresa Geo. II. I lea fiord, General Pusecneer AgentCbmgo, III. -d -l. ncnralom, t 1 Mtf I. No old-tim- e doctor discards tlie medicine which can show in unbroken record of Fifty Years of Cures. To those doctors, who went op tod down the country in every kind of wind and weather, faithful, patient, and true, Ayer's Sarsa-parilla d CHILDREN OF OLD MEN. owes its first success. Today any doctor of repute who prescribes any Sarsaparilla prescribes Ayct's, We have thousands of testimonials from doctors all over this land that it is the one safe Sarsaparilla, and the doctors know what it is, because we have been giving the formula of it to them for over half a century. 1 levenlr Vrnra o liar la the A cti tuition at lalerrallDK l"aut-llle- a. a - 'f: llir - to-- I ( 11 Ilo-j- - ! MlttievM-aiinili- T - eiiji-Ktr- ta - ret-eiil- a Caoa of children being born to men thiee bcore years nnd ten, which nre declared bj' the Psalmist to constitute the span of human life, arc by no means au tare aa might be imagined, aaya the New York World. The present earl of ere or, one uf the only jievrs of .the realm wlm Queen Victoria's eoninatlon, was 71 years of ngc nt the time of the blrlh of his youngest daughter,-'Thoj- e -- Idcft slater, nged 4U, Is nlready a grandmother. The famous Prrnch 1'leld Marxhal Pcllskicr. duke of MnlnkolT, was iS when he married, nnd bis only dsmgliter, recently divorced from the Polish Count Xninliihka, una born a yenr later. Ills fellow field marshals. Cnnrobort nnd I,a7nlno, llkrwlse tnar-rie- d when they were In the noighltor-hoo- d of 70, .nnd each left several merging on the 1 I I wlt-nessc- cl "There no one in ilglit," be replied, after a careful survey. "Ilut Mime one may corce round that corner at any minute and recognize us, and men j siiotiiu want tjjjiie iVll, thin, we'll J K bit." those two con- vi nai ureauiui lis teinttlate doinz? He wn altout to in riding a bicjcIeJ klier first lesson The Dark Secret. "It'a not dark enough j tt," he whbpered, aa the eered eagerly up and down the itrect. Iti Lnqturer. Uuj-lnff- . is "the leader of them all," not because of much advertising nor because of what we put around the bottle, but because of what Ayees This is why Certain manufnrj in recent iesra of diapoiipz of till qaalihclty to,lhei sumer. .Vuiotig i iiKttiod ot (loina 'nrritKe and Hal AilTantosfH Ft is in the bottle. fuels ice Leera inttltutions have vd a ntw nvrtem was in this new which Is un- of the con- - It 4k: is the one safe spring medicine L Tlie Four tb Dementia. ? for you, SHOOT children. ' r The father of Queen Isabella ot Spain, old IClng Ferdinand, vns C8 at the time of her birth, nnd C9 when her sister, the late Duchess de Muntpenaicr, mnde her npjtoarance In the world. Ancient history furnishes ninny more Mich instances, umong the most notable being, Krhnj), those of Cnto, King David, and Uat, but uot leust. Father Abra-toTHE MARKETii. riM-inNAi- t.i nsiocaf-Cati- lt. ItM'L i lis-P- of 1 to irrod Inrht. . t, sz und heavy...... J 3.1 (if 3 u Mlxid pmscr 3 tl it, i 10 a4M HKr Choleo (. M I.AMIIs Sprlnif.. ui a s Wl Fl.Ot'lt Winter putent........ 2 l."i (W (1KAIX Wheat-No. SieU ct 73 3ri-- l Nu :t So S mixed 3T OAL.V JICKI- - ll.nhfr rommon.ts mirfi j 'Z K ks. i Cor! -- air :i it I 4 "Golf?" the physician said, with a sigh. run ttian .i year kiiavc cunereo: to "Golf, or, more correctly, golflcitis, must be it ttnctly ever til Iresult nn been the fourth dementia. Golficitia so entirely usi llicy are is a permanent addition to Knglifli mania, the kirgctt iruouf carriages and and is attracting the attention of thinking uarnos in tne vvaa fg to the con alienists. This mania differs from others miner cxeluslvclrXfl U not acute in its chrome stages The advantaces tl consumer nre nl- - in that it and is The symptoms are a mtjt lieyoud etuiutl gets better goo(N, loathing curab'c. for legitimate business, nn abbetter and laiger wle?lion, and he buys at a normal ditpox.tion to copious profanity and much lower price. There is no risk, as thi nervous patfion tor linn ship vehicles or harness everywhere for eccentric irritation, a p profound giddy and contempt examination, and guarantee everv article for truth, garments, of a latrcd domeMic restraint, they manufacture and sell. TheElklwrt Caraccompanied by flushed face and a deriage and Harness Manufacturing company Golfing. publish a large illustrated catalogue, which praved love of they cheerfully mailtoall who request it. Slander is like mud; it only sticks where it finds affinity. ltam's Horn. Atnoncr Ilia Inneillmrnln. f.V vf got a ,ot ot baggage," remarked the Washington friend who had accompanied hnn to the railway station. "Yin." responded the retiring congressman, "hut I carry something on my mind IC that weighs tne down more than all thu stuff tint together." i "What itr inquired the- other. Jt a my 'ex! said the departing statesman, with a dry sob. Chicago Tribune. y w-- uny of ' l.nufacturing com- r.ic people began the Klkhart Winchester cShot Gun 5helis imtir Used bvAjxtiii! (hampkw5hot5. SzhdNamccnaPostalgrd. foa J52 pace. taiarPATto Qtaloouc. Winchester RepeatinG'A&ms 180 tmaiaritn. HtnmxtM. com tia. & cjTSJV - Tho KtaiirAl niv. imiu.w. Do (5 Two Valued Opinions. you Do for Indidestion.; fnri vuiv V Ce-r- iu-K- o.S I lm-llnnnclr- t. The dettiocntllr icinnot nhandon Ita dtmnnd for In- lfrid"nt lilinetal'dam nnltea It It will- to tun the control of the ftrntiree tho Tnlted Stntta over to forditn flnim- ra. A n.ttun etror.c ennnuh tt- heln people of Culm to oerure Indepr'idencx li'roiiK enouith to drmnnd, aecti.t- - nnd linliiln n llnnt !al policy of Ita own Mitrpti to One Itntlii, Phf Ch eatto nlnt form nnnud a ratio ' Ixteen to tne na the only ratio by which ietlllin cou:J he reaiortd. What pnriyitrlKfi - rci tn mi;i't nnother rctnTho-who objected to at teen to rrc mak!i r. no t fforta to aectire hlmct fm t.t nry other ratio. They ire de- uciivii not cjrutrurtlve. In their effort ycppr-- i without proponlnK r.lintitnl- 1 uiniot be reatornl until n ratio la d tutdthotip whooppottr hlmetnlllam tin- any (.omlitloiia will not be perrrltUd to i er it !:.( the pt .tform und rn1er the ty nn iKtjnnct to the republican party H iflOTt to inake the koIiI Htitndiiril 'inn tent thrcuph dn ejitlvn pronlKCH The Chlcnuo phitform dtnounted the iiie th:n in irn: dtveloped lo rttlro lite Ii nbnrka nnd'tpl etltutc n nntlotul bunk In r.cy That achrtne h now full,; de wi ld The propuHl'lon lo nlve to the nn- ml banka n monopoly of llif paper Iney 6f the coutlry In aupportid hf innny lo complnln iik.iIihU the IndtiNtrla' truata. lit inKlnrerltv or i'ownnllcc which lemla Im to ntt.tck ilt atuill triiatR nnd make lie with tlti money trimta'' If the re- 'lie am auccctd In pr..iNliiic the bill now ort coiiKrena the KW nbucka wl'l lie rc- u iy nn a.ue of botidH draw no Vi Per It InttrcMt, nnd the national harki will IKnnlltiil to lanue bunk nntta lo the vnltle of the bond, nml will Imve the hint tux cf one tier cent on clrcula- I' rtducid to u small fraction of one per " of the wor'd rr- - In 'bin Hiccoh lit tho Jloofcvelt biiuipiet in Chicago l'ostniiistor(ieiieru) Smith said of the Philippine: "We nre 3 (0 3 70 there with "healing nnd blessing. Wo '.7 nre iIkto vlt3i thu Itiblo nml chiliti-lion- , TIN tJ ;;;:.; ift Is Kliiughtor of the KillpinoN roiiN ttT'iW. :' by western uhurpHhootorH n jinrt of th' l'Dltlv Menu 0 (ti U' "iioallng tud liloaalng" thnt Mr. Smith I.AKU Steam,.... ..,., J l it 3) Hi N'i: VOHIf. doHcrlltcsV A tv our (IntllngB wadded no 3M with "IllbWr Wehiiveulrcad. Killed !'!.'.'9.l,!.: VVinieriiaienu ll nr-r- t .MVSriM., Spnnim-ifCOUSSo. 1 mlxril tiioro of tin tmlviih t)mii tho it I' I'V- w butchered in KMl yours. Is thla "civ liba- OAI"- - Mlxril : tion" with n big (.",' "DollM-- us from V1?1,'.1. WcNti-r8" it tl citntl" wuh the prayer of rugged ond I.A1IU llAl.TIMntll!. . honest ThomnfiCnrlye. X. V. World. ri.oril-Pjni- lly 31 a Id) UK.UN Wlicut. Na 3 red T7' :;'.( 77 Jliiiiiui's ilenlul that ho southern : si t'nrn Mixed ) 61. vu otor present nt nny oonfcrcncooiin- lOli f n No. tt white H e lornlng nrmy wri contracts and his No J uctcru r,t. f) f'ATll.K-I'h- M ijjhIIij4 30 ft M chcmciiL rcpudintioti of "the conI10(.1S Wtstern 10 it. i 2J temptible Insiuuntloiin of that mini INDIANAPOLIS. Lee" may create the impression In tlie .1IIA1N Whent-N- o. tt red.... Corn No S mixed as public m! in thai thU I'll 1st IT "doth pro- :tiv; OiilsNo. ttmlxod- .tost too much. Mn J. Loo sensual quesI.OUIsVIf.I.K. tioning of Kagau appears to lnivo FI.OIJK Wlnierpiuent 3 n i oo tt uu T4 pierced the Ohio oeria tor's ordinary 1KA1N - Wheat-N- o. i rrn.viixeo 37 thick iirmor nml brought forth a conOnu Mixed it, oo' spicuous howl of ilistroKH. Pittsburgh "('UK .VCiH.,,, aio to Dispatch. prcsldont'tt The situation In own slate Is most discouniging to his prospects of reelection mid litis already cuuscd grout alarm in tho ranks of tho Ohio faithful, The people, however, i inny bo content. The Ohio machine has In other wonla. tha tico'ttlp will b tnxtd lor ttoars boon one of the most corrupt "tie more to pay the Interest on the und domineering of the many political "h, nnu 'he IiAnka will be taxnl lea. tuiou lr ilrciilailoii und allowed t Ipmiis more orgiiiii.iitious of the country und anyh. t'nntr ihe ihw ia thing thut will tend lo limit itn power i natik with u 'It.'il of f lOO.dX) can lnv lla cittiltnl In for evil Ik to bo welcomed its u wholeAlabaatlne, the only durable wall coat-Inupon the bondi 6 1 n i; and Jlrr-aititkea the place of BAiIlng kalaomlnt, "(t(d Irrue I1C0.WX) In bnnk natta lo some cJiuntje. ItocJiffcter (N. V.) wall paper and paint for walla. It can be Ii l)i place ot the montv Itn tiUd In (tie used on plaster, brick, wood orcanvvo. Tfc l.nrd . ... IIC'TKIi CUileo Dairy .... I'rltn In i hnlr iniiiiii.,f Al'l'l.i: Clir.eotofney...'. POTATOH.i-l- Yr Hi .r. ...... nilCARO. . Winter tutcni KlU'lt-(llfAIN Wheal-- Na 3risl.. l'ltOVlION-Meator- Il'i-- Ntt J II A V I'rlnietoeholcc k ... ......... ... 4 Ml IK.J1 dr. V (j, iii. n . (IS A Ttroininent western railway man, in pcakmg of the passenger service of the New York Central, sajs: "It begins right, ends right, and is right In the middle." An officer of one of, the transpacific steam-shi- n lltlMl UVC "Tllr ,. nn , , ii .M.i.a t. ,1,, ii,i ,ri .iii; in the. world comparable with that of the Newprk Central's Uke Shore Limited " ;tn The best is the cheapest, And the best () ta alwavs best. The New York Central fT'i stands at the head of the passenger lines tif this country, nnd his fairly earned the W H' America' fireatest Railroad." IP w Buffalo Commercial, February 14, 1S09. ...-.- ! tlr. "I Tipped ns Off. T.S 2Z!?'K I D accustomed to receiving a tip from Mid the waiter. enrtomrrw. "Oil. really." said the broker. "Well, all Jbipid TranMt!"-Phdadel- phia rJF!it',,?,1 Morth American. ,vy tongue? Wind on the stomThese thinds arise from Constipation? Indigestion a.nd Dyspepsia.. nii1r?.tiufi dpnertil5 nn riiriofitivjf PlnirK nr ferments" secreted by certain dj&nds. When the secretion becomes insufficient, Indidestion results. Dr.Yilliams' Pink Pills for Pale People cause these dj&nds to resume their normal action and good digestion follows. Artificial ferments (of which most Dyspepsia cures are composed) may dive tern porary relief, but Dr. Vf imams' PinK Pills for Pale People afford a permanent cure. ach? so-call- you have a yellow have pain in the stomach after eat'inrj? I a r M""- you nhout worthless imitation, etc Their good haven't the merit thev should have and tlicy wisu to tirejuilice vou against goods of real merit. Puttuni Fadeless Dyes are the brighter, fastes md best dyes in the world, and the only dies that ate sold on a Iteware of n firm ivho constantly warns positive guarantee. the cat's pulling it.' 1 tail." ?fa.!hr Tnmiy-"Pii(- tii,. "Tommy, Itop pulling that cat'a holding the tail; Tit-Hitn - I can rceominendPijo8 Cure for to autlciert from Asthma.-- E. 1). TowiuenJ. Howard. Wis., May 4, '01. . Some 1 - irauij son tilobe. men who li)vc more money than haven t muchf-noney- , either. Atchi- T& f t Horn. Ue of en?e makes no one poorer. ( Ham'a 5oper I'oor digestion often causes Irregularity of the heart's action. This irregularity mav lie mistaken for real, orsaulo hcurt dlscusc. Aeano In Klnt: Sirs. KlleuColsom, Newpolnt, Inrt., hud eufTereihfor four years with stomach trouble. Tho gases bytholnUlKestlonpres8eeloutlielieart.andcause(luii rreculurlty of Us action. Hue had much jiatn In her atomneb. nnn: heart, nnu wnsuutijcct to frequent und severe choklnR spells which were incstBCV croal night, lloclors were tried In vain; tho patient became worse.Ocspondent, and feniedlmpenaiuRdeatlu She noticed that In Intervals In which her stomach did not nnnoy her. her heart's action becamo normal. Ilcasonlna correctly thnt her illvestlon was alono at fault sbo procuicd. tho proper medicine) to treat that trouble und with lmmcdliito cootf results. Jler appetite came back, the choking spcllt became lit- frequent nnd llnnlly ceni-edHer welch!, which I mil been reduced, was restored and sho now weighs more than for years. That others nmy know the menus of cure we Rive the nnme of the medlemnused-l- r. Wlllluma' I'lnk l'llls for Palo People. These lulls contain nil tho elements necessary to clvo new lllo und richness to tlie bluod und rcstoro shattered nerves. A'ew u, Urtcnbure, 2nd. Sold by all druggists or sent poitpaid by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.V.. Price. box, b boxesZ!?. A diet book - sent FRE. t.AUIJ-.ctiis- m... 1ifc '",? bi'K l,0.kc; 8Mnc in which everybody is blulllng the lofcer. Atchison Globe. e .SSfcSsSFfcrs ALABASTINE K, ')-- . t)-- d. Alabastlne can paper: paint or Alabastlne, Buv ages, proc fd over paint or Every church and schoolhouse rhouM be Alabastlne packages hnve full dlrec in be tired over coated only with Alabastlne. Hundreds tlona. Anyone can brush II on Auk paint . pound pack- - of tons used yearly for this work, Genu- dealer for tint card "AI.ituHlIno j:ra"-freelye no BUbstltutt. ine Alabastlne dota not rub und scale cH. AlaLvklice Co., tlrand Ilaplds, Mich.' 7 ,tyaT jmmWRST rrMsre zzzzzsmprz' 'HWH km v T ifn rytsrm '' i i. i tfiS-- - . K - tO.-z.Viia- ' T a-- ft mrf" i '"' ""'" ' T ' "' -- r?TjJ''?rv"' -- '" h wr " .vr I BKIfATOHIAL C0MVBNT1UN Xyw ? CALL. jnnnr. WWWS . ' tl Ml ; ! it r u a ' 4 i , i T I" J i F ftvt w At a meeting of the First Senatorial Busiuetw is tery dull in police cir- in tbewajr erf a career of commerDemocratic District Committee, held t cles at present. Falton, Ky mi April 0, 1699, u majorcial aid IhdaitrUI activity in the ity of said committee being present: Dave Thomas, of this county, is a United BMfttts taob as, perhaps, Ordered, that a diitrict convention be Hot Spriugs, Ark. hold in the city of Fultou on Tuesday. Old papers for sale nt this offlce, 30 tbe world ha nrrer seen. There Splendid Selection of May 2tt. 18'J9, at 2 o'clock p. m.. to nom- cents per hundred. are too stack politics in our Stato inate Democratic candidate for State aud municipal. The cnnlwat N'nshvillo is expected Senator for said district to bo voted for to bo at llickmau, Saturday, May 6th. Over all hangs the dread shadow NEW BOOKS, at tho November election, 1891. That tho Democratic voters of each It costs the U. S. government five of tbe Trusts, politely termed precinct in said district shall meet nt cents a thousand for printing posrsgo of tmpitBl or iudastrial STATIONERY, their respective voting places on Satur- stamps. combinations. The Trasts at pres May 20, 1899, at 3 o'clock p. m., day, Tho Union City Commercial re- ent represent the greatest menace standard timo, to Bolect delegates to repsmall-poat Diamonds, Clocks, to the Happiness and prosperity resent thorn at said district convention, ports several cases of NOTIONS. &t, the basis of representation to be one delthe world. of egate vote for every one hundred and M. F. Garrigan. near Woodland WATCH AND JEWELRY HEPARIN. A SPECIALTY.. An enormous number of people Call and see onr Stock. Every- fraction over fifty votes cast for the Mills, had his barn destroyed by Are, are oohviueed that they are against Democratic electors for President in valued at si, wu. Mf Genuine Beth Tboaaas Alarm Clocks far tho public good, and while tbey 1896; Provided, that each precinct shall 3. has now under construct-io- possess the a fal strength of cap- thiafe up to date. sum Thell. 4 Doors East of Laclede Hotel. bo entitled to at least one vote in IIIOKMAX, K 48 new war vessels. They will cost convention. ital the people possess tbe greatTho local committeeman, if present, about 150,000,000, Maiiy Bkrrndfs & Ca er strength of votes. That Trasts . t. num. rtn't. c. i. iteuaan, v. Wt C 41111 WMi hall call theprecinct meeting to order, U. S. Jndge Evans has finally dis- will be oue of tbe nioBt important or in his noseure tho Democrats present charged Jno. H. Ringwood, of Fultou may organize and hold said meeting. issues of the next national camCounty, in bankruptcy. All who voted for Bryan for Presipaign is already a foregone conA very successful revival is in pro- clusion. dent, and all others who wish to bo The drawing of the fangs identified iu future with tho Democrat- gress at the C. M. E. Church in this city, or tbe Trusts Is oue or tbe largest ic iwrtv. and aereo to support the nom aud a number of conversions are re(Suootstor to Ww. DlnUlbrink,) contracts ever undertaken by tbe inee of this convention, shall bo enti ported. tled to participate iu theso precinct con M Democratio party, and it will reTho big Whito Collar line steamer, dialks tit vent ions. John K. Speed, which went down some main with tbe people to pnt that S..W Lute. Chm'n Fulton Co. two weeks at Lonisville, has been rais- party in power for that purpose S. D. Griftkt, Ohm'n Hickman Co. ed, after a hard struggle. Otherwise tbe first four years of Please publish and oblige. Sidney J. Cassetty, of Nashville, the new sentqry will be sullied bs S. D. Griffey. SDRI'LLH AK UKsairissED flO.tXM. Term., brother of Jno. T. Cassetty, and tbe enormous increase of these well kuowu to many hereabouts, com- ruinous combinations. Eliiabelb-towSolioUs your business. We offer the naest Liberal AecoamoOatl mitted suicide in St. Louis on the 35th. Opposed to Expansion. News. to our Customers Oouslsteat with Established MI9KMAH, KEHTWKY. While thcro is so much talk about A Bankinf Principles. diuuers, Senator Hoar, KdmnndB, John dollar dinners and The Philadelphia Ledger, one there are thousands of voters all over Sherman, Speaker Heed and many this country who are glad to got a ten of tbe very Tew Republican pa R. T.TYLER, O. A. IIOLGOMBE. J. NAYLOR, W. II. BALTZE1 FREE DELIVERY. other of the ablest Republicans cent hand out. pers not ander tbe dominion of W9J. W. CO WO ILL, W. L. McOUTOHEJC. M. B. SHAW. A scientist says: "If tno earth was Hanna suggests tbat free trade are opposed to expansion. tho Cleveland, John flattened out over sea would be two in trust prodaots is necessary in Telephone Store No. 04; Reel- tho world." If any miles deep all G. Carlisle, Secretary Wilson, man is caught flattening out tho earth order to proteqt tbe people. Idenoe, No. 90, The Ledger sajs : "Mr. Ding-ley'- s W. J. Bryan and otberB, regard- shoot him on tho spot. A great many of us can t swim. act is without a peer as a ASWAVTVamBV Mr TNR CBLaMATSB) ed as the very ablest men among County Judge Koarby has sent W. promoter of rapacious trusts. tbe Democrats, are opposed to ex- P. Taylor, check for $300, amonnt al- As a revenge productor it Is a lowed by the Fiscal Court toward abat- failure, but it pansion. euables corporainfection in Fnlton. This ing small-poHow can yon then "scout" the is tho expense incurred, the tions to oosabioe In restraint of competition and oppress the concity of Fulton paying the other half. f sumer. Tbe Republican party, beA negro named Sam Waters killed ing responsible for The Georgia Burning and another negro named Frank Holmes, able condition whloh tbe intoler prevails as and his wife, in New Madrid county, Mo., last Friday, in a quarrel over a a result of vloioas or Butchery. fence. He nearly shot the man's head legislation, is In honor bound and almost tore the The rereot burning and butch- off,the waist. He escaped.woman in two to abandon sacb duties as, withat out affording revenue, enable ery of tbe two negroes, in GeorCapt. H. A. Tyler has been in Mom- - predatory trasts to devour the gia, was horrible and terrible, as phis, this week, as Chairman of the substance ef the people." It is was tbe crime for wbicb they Nashville & Decatur Railroad Commit- quits evident tbat before tbe cam tee, negotiating as to a loaso of that were punished. Oue was charger road to the L. & N., or to the Illinois paign of 1900 opens the Republi with murdering tbe husband and Central ; or, perhaps, to the independ- can leaders will bs playing hypo critical game of alledged opposi after tbe murder outraging tbe ent operation of that road. We are in receipt of a communica- tion to tras HOI5:3WLA.3Srf wife, and tbe other with procur- tion from Ebenezcr Sunday School, reing tbe murder and exciting tbe garding the death of Bob Wade, ton of , nuu i inivu Tom L in .ib p I J" Jl ' n , , k. m Mary Wade, who died at negroes to violence against the Mrs. Fulton, on tho 19th inst. his home of as the itlo nominee for near Tho arssay be erratic ; The BEST OFFER Ever Made by wbltes. Tbe mob, when started, ticle was received too late fur publica- Governor Newspaper! bnt he is tion this week, bnt will appear next. Xaan in tbe Unl- not only burned the culprits, sat ted States, pp uv 35 The Universal Peace Congress, call LA ROE TAG EH EVERT cot off tbeir ears, fingers x ipaiga or- ed by the Czar of Russia, assemble May ing Wn, J. WEEK FOR UNLT other tortures. Tbe fam- 18th. All tho Nations invited have atory. named delegates. Tho Peace women ishment was simplv horrible, ter- throughout the world are expected Th Mm.vkljr Republic, lb bit tnrtl piper pMlH fa ifct to J. D. Boo E, fbe Staad- worlJ, oeoulntac all lh sew I rible. If guilty these negroes hold meetings. May 16, adopt resolu- ard oil man Tat KipaMU lbi pig rich- to be the Model Mmsiib ons jttt for $1.60. tions, surely should have been pnnisb-e- d Hague.and send same to Vradescomete, eat man hHi (Vd world. He is ma upuDiio Bunds? Mfiloa wai lbs aawtpaptr laetata ef 1897, A horaa journal of ibe bil elm, 18 largt pagta trtry weak, 4 paj' of (aa. 14 by death. But the pnblio known to h 1250,000,000. The Fulton Circuit Court convenes of the brlihUit and bail raadiag prlalatl. Il eonlaloa mora would have been better reconcil- next Monday. Tho grand jury will be He rises 1. 1. morninar worth pleturaa anJ carioont than war eer aliemptcd la mf alatr pabliaailoa. .Jan when be re More twi.l writtra oJ ariliii oootribulc to Tbe Republic MagtiUa ihaa U ed to the terrible manner of their empanncled Monday, but tho petit jury ($20,000 is $25 not nntil Tuesday. There are 8 prison- tired. His aojr oiber Weiiarn publloailon. killing, If they Jiad been tried by ers charged with felonies in jail await And by sppcufatlons a minute. Tba Milna will be aolJ onlv Id connection with tbt has made K a court, and found guilty. Death ing trial, Good deal of bosiuew will 8,000,000 a day; If he lives to be ubllo, but i mailed aeparaial oh weak. be before the court : 40 commonwealth 70 he will be Add reai all orders to is not too heavy punishment for cases, 87 equity, 24 ordinary and 24 apworth saore than one billion dollars.' mispearances. tbe crime, but mobs make takes, and sometimes kill iuno-cen- t A negro who was in the post house The at Paducah, thinking his time had come, tered a Germitn, Government enpeople. formal protest against the coniesscd to a robbery which he says was committed by he an an accomplice language used by Oapt. Ooghlan, Let 'em Fight in Lincoln, Nebraska, in which 400 in or tbe cruiser Raleigh, in telling money and $300 worth of diamonds and how the German Admiral was Tbe Coubibr does not admire four gold watches were stolen. He has brought to terms by Admiral the Paducah authorities where $100 Dewey. Oapt. 'Oogblan baa made personal wrangles between candi- toldthe money is hidden. or Can scat b found on the train of tht no report to tbe Navy Departpnblio office when they dates for years tho people of For twenty-siment as to whether be was corought to disouss publio issues. St. Clair County, Mo., have been in revolt against a of the Federal rectly quoted. When a campaign thus degen- Court, savB thejudgment Chronicle. Dur- Oapt. Oogblan Germanv exneota Chicago to be censored, erates it has tbe appearance of "pie ing all that time tho County Judges rather than tbat tbe United States greater hunters," and has no proper claim have passed the in jail portion of their should make toy apology for his terms of office for contempt. npon tbe enthusiasm or patriotism During all this timo Jndgcs and people utterances. Elegant new, luxurious of tbe people, dome people grow have defied tho conrt, and all the might of the nation's judiciary system' has FOB GOVERNOR t excited oyer these personal con- been insufficient to secure a settlement Parlor Cafe Cars tentions, and think that others of the decreo. Tho caso is tho most peI saBBLm5 P- - WAT. HARDIN. (meals a la carte) has ever arisen in the hisshould align themselves, and fight culiar that tory of America. have been placed In the dtjr tralai Subject to tho action of tho Democratio SSSs" for one or tbe other. And to be " between State Convention. Good Ro&ds.Hogfl, sure we will have personal prefMemphis and Texas. erences in snob matters, precisely Farmers Free Column. The seat far is but 25 or SO cents, as most men will take sides in a Whilo we have road with much in according te distance, thus affording terest tho Courier' i articles on good roads dog fight, but if one don't want to and heartily Under this heaiiinir will hereafter bo the greatest possible ceaareft fer the coincide with her progres- published notices not to exceed 0 lines lie needn't to. A candidate for sive and ideas on tho sub- each, from farnurs lent expense. who are subscriboffice does not necessarily forfeit ject, yet wo are impelled by observa- ers, who havo hones, mules, cows, proElegant wide vestibulcd tion and experienco to point out a cry- ducts, seed, &c., for salo, freo of charge. in any degree bis integrity of char- ing ovil that must bo abated before Free Chair Cars acter, personal honor, honest con- good roads can be an established fact in Hay tor Male. (with ladies' drcsilng room aadgtmk-men'- s or anywhere that this evil Fulton Co.. victions as to principles, or pa- exists, I referto the running at largo of smoker) rua thrsugh en all Sixty tons of trorrf Timothy Hay for triotism, but tbe OouniEB has stock, and especially hogs. It may ap- sale. Apply to J. W. Maktin, Jr., trains te Text. pear to a this been in tbe field many years, and prejudice casnal reader thatwriter, is a Woodland Mills, Tenn. on the part of the but found out that, many of them put a lew facts will demonstrate they are a fi head good ymng Pullman Sleepers, Comfortable Day Coacfees. mules. Well menace good "self," tbeir own advancement farmers' tocrops roads as well as to tho broke, will noil for cash or on time, or' neighborhood in hire out for tho in a seison. Whether you prefer Parlor Car, Chair Car, Coach or Sleeper, you will w ahead of all else, and refuses to which tho ovil exists. Banks and ditches -O J. O. Barnes. find greater comfort and fewer changes if you buy year tickets vis the along tho highways aro rooted np, obenthuse over snoti men or such structing the freo passage of water, Cotton Belt Route. 3 in 20 Acres for conditions. None the less off- places causing quagmires that ore absoWrite for time tables and Illustrated pamphlet's on Arkaasas, Louisitas 20 acres good corn land for rent. icers must be chosen, tbe govern- lutely impassible, in early springtimo and Texas. Tbey will be mailed free if you mention this sepcr 3" --t 8. I Dkkwrt. in. others diment must be maintained, and without tho water fromand natural chanverting its BINDER rOB SALE. good citizens should take part, nels which in seeking an outlet washes M. ADAMI, E. V. LaBEAUME, Tnvattog Paaaeaif er Agent, aud oxcrolse their choice as best deep gullies and unnatural breaks alongOao'l Paae'r m4 Tkket Ageat, I have a good McCormlck Binder for CAIRO, ILU 8T. LOUIS, Ma they can from tbe material and is side and across roads, which are a con- sale, cheap. Appl; to stant monaco to vehicles, drivers and sues before them. "ome !. C. L. Rohk. animals. Show mo a community that D. O, PARK. takes prido in its roads and maintains J. 0. SPE1QI1T. Tbs number of statesmen who them, and I will show you a communi rSatfe. K. are anxious tOBtep into tbe shoes ty in wnicn tnia nuisance does not ex One good work of Thos. B. Reed, Is larger, than ist. Farmers and the publio generally Threo miles SPEIGHT, or uayce, on State Road. tbe number of statesmen who are aro loth to seo good money expended in Mug. E. A. TUQMAH. improvements that are liablo to be torn . competent to fill them. np, damaged and destroyed by some MAYFIELD. t'LOYER AND TIMOTHY HAY. KENTUOKY. triflwho HIOKMAU, The great disoovery of counter, neighbor's hogs, keep is cither toowithin For Bftlo by KKMTUOIX ing or stingy to his stock . M. Bacom Will do a General Law Business feiters In Pennsylvania, embraces bounds Public roods are not a publio oniliM east of Hiohn. ia all Courts, State and Fed- Oi a number of former U. S. officials, pasture, withal there is nothing on them 2 eralt od In all tbe Ooorta and tbe roost dangerous 'ever upon which ,a bog can subsist, hence it Onogood aiuclmw and yowafrcalf. of Fnlton known. Many Treasury experts is ''root hog cr die," or worse still, break Also, P Q. 2 Offiot Ttr 0wgiU neighbor's into a fine eowgUTa id mare to duo to accepted tbeir bills.. Tbe amount afteryourhas done all wheat or cornfields find colt them l lo 3 ho the possible dam-ag18t put in circulation,' perhaps thousbe possibly can-othe publio highMcDAnUt I Drug Store, Prompt Attention Hires Cdllcetloat' way. ands, maybe millions. AUBCBIB. "Wn, Ky life-Nati- onal,. x Tip-tonvill- e. tassSra' 8TS. There nrM factors that stand &7 Cash Book Store. HERE. & HANDLE, Watches, Jewelry, Silvtrwan, jFINE n $!.. &. IS. Bartlett, H r.'t. ICEMA2T MSmmWmnmm.vn. HIOKMAN, XEMTUOKT. 8 an: Fancy Groceries and Provisions, Paid Up Capital $50,000.01 mriT n ten-doll- "i DIBBOTOES HICKMAN WAGON CO., x one-ha- lf ts short-sight-e- d .. aiQSMAST iCEiTaTXJOICY. WAGONS,; -- t- -- a a4 d ma $1.60. j twie-.M- k, r tnc: iWie pl bigk-ala- ii laml-aiaakl- jr THE Hi:PllHMt,H. LhI, !. Iheluxury of Travel ? x W SB I Rem. Ap-P'y-to 5 J ?hi r cross-layin- DR. S. wn bo. (S3 2 ft ie Is FARE I DAVIDSON o 2 Ootj. 4 n . eNa-- .