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Personal, VOL. XXXIV, NO. 24. Good Mm Show Coming! Circuit Court Item. Tho May term of the Fulton Circuit Oonrt con vened Monday, His Have Received This Week 4 T r " Theatre lA'tTtK-stUy- && rln I . Hall lord, of Fulton, was in l; 8- nt City HIGKMANp V yjuiiK fp1"', 111 a. liOUlh. aVHV - Koherts and baby nro v MONDAY, AFTERNOON UNITED lav AND NIGHT, Honor Judge llobbins pre- ? New Black Creppns, For Skirts. i Soracnrury Ifandsomo Patterns. if ii snowing mi excellent line oi "Wc arc also Jt BliAdKr DRESS GOODS of every description. vnnr sUnrr.ulmtu lwla Marshal will got you. A number of farmers are In the citv wetk attending court. Rev. W, W. Horner mid Miss Kntn Kindle spent Tuesday atCuyco. -- lr L P. j;ilisou went to Caruth-tifetHMo , Wednesday uigltt. J T. and Mrs. O. C. qUli spent Monday lit Union City. Mr HaMin Hunt, ot Now Madrid, MjW Ik vihitiug relatives in Hickman. l e, s CO COOPER eg SHOWS.'S RAILROAD siding. Oomtnonwenlth Attorney Moorman is representing the State in his usual butdnenS'llke manner. Com vs. Ben ItolIinB, col., malicious shooting, 1 .year in tho pen. Coin. vs. Harr. Johnson, breach of the peace, fined $25.00. Coin. vs. 11. F. Murphy, assiult and battery, fined $25.00. Com. vs. L'inK Dinwiddy and Arthur Uvshnw, both colored, for honpo breaking, 18 months in the penitentiary. tendance: Sam $& -- Thf St. L Ity citizen1? of was in tho city this h Tho following lawyers are in atW. W. Robertson and CroRHland, Mnyfield; Nfiy:White(Pique. tjr"g$. This is n nts Fulton arc arrang-i'Ho have a grand. field day on tho ilHhof July. TV residence of James Scopgins, uirueti onuuay utgiit. RWermui have doubts about , Lucas. Wingo; Thomas Bollock, Cliuton; J. 0. Flournoy, Ed. Thomas. M. O. Payne, Tbos. N. Smith, Frank great Pique season, and we show a beautiful line ' ayucid, occupied by Y. U. liing- - Fulton. v ORAM) JURY. in stripes nndifiuicies.' $ gi)oatx.islivnio Kettiujr to r0cconut ,J or tuo low water, New Belt Buckles and Sash-Tlibbons.- fcTLe meeting " ans. The eatest liiln ever sliown in Ilickmnnv sort ini'iit oP Jan Fans t'from 5 to 5c. bigf aa- - NewMillinery. f fc l&.f- which has bcou in pro- - Tho Largest One Ring Show on Earth. at tno Methodist Ohurcli tlio pas: Tho Wonderful Japanese Troupo, Wediuwdnv night. 1 hi Number. -- iuo steamer .jonu n.. specu nas Performing Lions, Don 5 Great Clowns, a repajrec aim vm pass uowu next A 2 Performances Daily jc ou her way to Now Orleans -- Amau ofuhnrt Btatnro Rives na a Admission Reduced to 25c. Children an for. hisBtunted tirowth that ho under 10 years of age, 15c. p brought up on coudcused milk. Street Parado nt 11 :S0 a. in. rWm. forehead, travoling agent of Excursion Rates ou all Lines of Travel. t. Jjoms ;um Ton . Hivcr racket 1rut several days in town tlas YEAR. v. .... Jl'.kIuc.Ui thor J. W. Cowgill, foreman ; J. W. Rankin, J. S. Bolt. A. T. Thompson, D. O. Nugent, O. R. Hicks, D. J. Thomas. L. O. r Luusford.H. H. Hardin, J. W. Williams, J. M. Wiley, W. V. Edmonds. PETIT JURY. 1 ' Q. W. Johnson. W. A. Shuch, W T.' Keys, J. W. Elks, T. N. Fields, J. O. Lawson, J. W. Pnrcell, Y. A. Milner, J. H. Nowhouso, L R. Binford, D. O. Meachcam, P. J. Oliver, N. J. Geens, W. A. Williamson. L. W. Brown, A. G. Kiinbro. J. O. Barnes, W. A. Car- peutor, J. T. beat, J; rank liarnett, K. R Burndtt, R. B. Scearco, Jje Ballard, f. S. Buruoy. TO DISCUSS NEGUO PROBLEM. - ! ELECTION'S THIS - ,. r ' The Millinery 'Dcnaftmenl lias been an immenso succpps this seaooi nnd w arc continually gutting in new tilings. Some beautiful thing bbown this week. U T VuchI and yfn n&i. TI.,n en.wlS Mm' HAtirinr most luscioua homo- - States Wherein the Voters Chance. "Will Have a - strawberries of tho season. Pel raso Is -J and Umbrellas. A ESX SBTrPW assts. ? r55a ift l''7i?iV SKWfiS v tL lfl nr SSMSKSBSt, "i'.Mjif-HflTWyi.-1Will- lIll!'jr'-ll!S!Em?'rWT.tt fcjW.TT1' l ir-"j-f""' w li- -fJ The burning of Sam Hose t Nowman, Georgia, by a mob will dif Uraitees. ing states: lAT aro clad to noto that Herman ,Iowa For Governor nud other result, it is announced, in calling ukaaii, who wiuj rcportwl lat wook State oQioor8, a oonvention to be composed of w dang'Tonsly Ul with spinal mcu- Kentucky For Governor and tbo prominent citizens of tht. Hs In tlionnt to be better. .Y" tiiath.ba- other Statopfficers. etate for the pnrpeee.of&4taeiy&&. 'L . y l A -- Thi ejection of teachers for iliclc- iOollpffo, for the next session, will ' w nigni, ui mo meeiiug ui inu Elections will be held in November of this year in the follow Conyentlon of Uoorgia tltizeas Is Called. t he 1y "! ..-- -- : - T r- - rsfTiWr -- Some epccially good things. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 7auiuuuuiuaaiuiiiiiiiiiaui'iUiiUiauuuiuiiumiauuiu .. v. n .w. I tfd Attorney-ai-Law- . i& EENIUCSY. OfQco up atalra, Holoombo Build- Puttin' On 1 ing. HICSMAN, Will praotlco tn all Courts of tho State. A. F OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker TIIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. TniALwhen jou wnni Style won't do without you hnve mti -- A - (1IVBMK A Yt'iuon, ho. llorehoIna a ipeclnlly I alio keep a full Hoi of dn, r' jlJ ,. t tho corroct thing in tho way -iwrf- .rf of a turnout. or repnlr in U n d Common, o rtak o c Croodo IF YOU WANT and Solid NUeV Roicwooil, uil Cmi, wliieb on be J t ruon-abl- e filled "P In nlmrt nou'c, WlnDl Co (Tin KN ELEGANT BUGGY Hcrvico. price, Olr nu a call. KQ, Hhop near the Jtil, YOU Phaeton or Surrey, call on us. Ours have stylo, beautv nnd Our 1899 model SURREY at SD0.0U, is equal to tboho bold for SI 10.00. Good single htrap HarneBs, $10 and up, Plow Gear, Collara, HanicB, TraceelmlnB, High wheel combined cbcck-Rowera GET MORE COURIER In Hie TW1CRA-WEKJOUUNAI. than In any other paper piiblitbed both In (junliiy aud K New Bach-bandH stook of and Drilla. Repairs, Malta Doublo SIjovoIh MoCOHMTCK liimlers and Mowers. quantity. OLIVER CHILLED Vulcan Plows, 104 Papers One Year Fop 50 Cents, NAL I tha equal of many ilullleH, and the miperlor of all oilier papera. It prima mora real news, mora ood data matter, mora fond atorles, than any other. n.rl Wiln3ilav and Saturday. A good oommlialon to agenla. Sample copies free od applloalloD. Write to I- Sanders & Reeves. The TWICK-A-WEB- K COURIKR-JOU- Subscribe for the COURIER-JOURNA- L CO., LOUISVILLE. KV. HICKMAN COURIER. . T 1JL"V'l.'l-m."' ,wm ftfi-..t.i reni ICrOMT HMlT MassachnsettB For'tiovernor, J vent fynohltrr.-- , nd doea tham so" innch better. fvtrifrtr)(irrt-m- m I g' Ipgr"Qha80 cj Sanborn's Famoiu Stnte o flic era nnd both houses of Judge Georgo HiHyor, oda of gy Legislature. 'cff. j tho kind that housekeepers the the or, ,ha most prominent lawyers fa Mississippi b or wo mm i wit; want ouiy uio oesi, ltlf, iuwuyn uuv. n Legislature and,,, . Sold only by II. Bithanan State oflleors. onH i,iinKM. UllllOiltlll wcu nuu huiihuiuiu- Mf Trt' D- Watson, of Mayfield, all county officers. pist has nnnounood positively that 25 Nebraska For Justice of the this convention would be called. candidate for ftato Senator for Fulton, af Hickinnn and G.aves comities, was in Supremo Court and two members "Lynching is the rpsnlt of law'a the citv WcdnoUay, getting acquaint-of the Board of Regents. dolny,"' says he. "If there were with onr people. ed New Jersey Eight State Sena- no lynchings, an assailant wonld Tho Union City District Couferouco tors, sixty m o ui h o r a of the In jail, where ho wonld reof tho Methodist Church will convene assembly, nnd county oflloers. be pnt nnill tbo indefinite session main in thUvCity uext SYodnevlay, 10th inst. New York Two Justices of the of a grand jury for indictment.'' A large" number of preachers and deleSupreme Conrt in the first Judigates are expected to attend. "Then it wonld bo six months cial District, one Justice in Fifth before trial nnd his lawyers could -- Tho Cairo Bulletin is of tho opinJ in Eighth ion that tho gnubo.it Nashville will not District, throe Justices tnko tho case to tbo supremo boablo to reach St. Louis on account District nnd 150 members of the court which would mean another of tho low htugo of water in tho Mississ- nssombly. six months delay.'' ippi. It will, probably, not go higher Ohio Governor and Stnto "After this 12 months elapse tlrm Cairo. between the crime nnd trial, pub-- Chas. Wilholui. tho man who was Pennsylvania -- Stnto Treasurer, lic sentiment would bo diminishphot in tho row on Bryant & Pickett's two Judjxes of tbo Supremo Court ed against him aud it is wholly bait, lust Sunday week, and who, sinco Judge of tbo Superior probablo that a commutation Ed lmarm was amputated, has been con- - nnd one Court. llnect to Jiis bid at Irvino s restaurant, would be sooured." Virginia Secretary of tho Comu iKiid to bo improving fairly well. and minor Complaint was mado to the Council monwealth, Treasurer DRIDIJIERS VS. TRUSTS, Monday niuht that bovs have been vio- - State officers. tho In Luinir tho" ordinance Wliilo these elections occnr . tlirowinjr of Tho drummers hayo inauguratshootini: only of tho Stntes, , on the streets of tho city, and tho i ed a war against the trusts, and Marshal 'Was directed to enforce tho they aro so scattcrod as to afford all tho travoling salesmen in the suoh practices. a fair test of public opinion in are to bo called uptSy Wo bought a largo supply of Seed quarter of tho Union. United Stntes organization and Onion Setts early, when nearly e'ery to pre-veon to join an Tho campaigns in Ohio nnd No- tliey wcro cheap, aurt will h.ivo you salaries boing reduced in tho money on them. Lnnroitn 6s Rookiis. jbrnska aro likely to attract tho Tho Supremo Court, of Illinois, in a most nttontion, as tho former is futuro, nnd to seonre, if possible, do-of the salaries c wo carried up from C.irboiidale, tho homo of President McKinley, a led tho other day that chickens and the Intter of iMr. W. J. Brvnn. paid previous to the business dent largo and There are already indications ot n pression of 1893. At n meeting oa tho property of a citizen, may bo The Idled ns wild gamo, and the owner of hot contest in both Statos. from held in Chicago, recently, an apchickeiiHso killed can not recover Democrats tnko soma hopo peal was issued to traveling salesdissensions in men to organize clubs "with a ihmhgos or maintain au action agaiubt tho Republican ii.o slayer. Ohio, and from tho recent viow to demanding suoh legislain Cleveland nnd Toledo. tion by the government and by Tho plays rendered bv tho Lester J. bnith ccmnanv. in thLsnlaoe. last week, Tho Republicans and tho Demo-orati- each State as will destroy the ilafter tho first night, drow crowded opponents of Mr. Bryan will legal concentration of capital, and liouhos. This people wcro well pleased hie prestigo by no- - tho curtailment of vast industries, try with their plavs, and should they re- at home. ....: M...V win font nc .. ... which eliminate competition and 411U4I imvj illvwm-II..., ) i.ii. IUU At IIIO 11181 I'IBUIIUII BOIUI UlP1. destroy our usefnlness." The timo. crowded houses will greet them. Thov aro goutlomon and ladies Statos voting this year woro oar drummers will try to secure the McKwon Now rled by the Kepnblionus aud four iiiut splendid actors. enactment of laws to prevent the Km. by tho Doinoorats. dealing in stocks as collateral and Mr. B. B. Sanders has gouo to investment in tho bonds of any opened villo, Mo where ho has The administration hns doodl- trust by national, State or private mi a stock of gouts' furnishing goods ed to divide tho census takers in batiks, and the holding of such and shoes. His family will follow as goon as a Rultablo residence can bo ob tho south equally among Demostocks as securities. Thoy furtuned. Mr. Sanders Is an enterprising crats and Republicans. This ar- ther propose nn organization of business man, and rangement it? onubing dissatisfac- salesmen in onoh city to enter citizen, a knows tho valuo of printers ink. Wo tion among many southorn Repolitics and support any nominee wish him unbounded prosperity in las publicans. who will be a candidate ou an. new Homo platform. t Tho gunboat Nashville will not stop TriE Methodist Church tn tho at Hickman on her trm UP the river, oil States is just now dooply lutt promised a date on return trip. Tho Unit Quite reoontly in Now York Mayuant is interested in a project for the tlue pressing object of Captain of the two deaths occurred from poisonto reach St. Louis, and tho falling river recognition of the dawn ho? envied him to ignore all other twentieth century. It is Inngu-ratin- ing by tho nse of powdors sent to points, possibly cancelling engagement the greatest inoveinont in tho victims by mnil. In Leaven nt Cairo. Sho is expected to pass Hick-maworth. Knus., tho other day nearhistory a innvoment to Its early this morning. Mr. W. L. ly every dootor iu town was callthe advent of tho new and Goo. Warren visited tho children, who bv adding to its membership ed to attend the Kashvillo at Memphis, Wednesday, to had gathered up, eaten nnd mado induce lior to stop at uicKiuau on hit in 1899, 1900 nnd 1901 two million up trip, with tho nbovo n.snlt. In Mom converts and laying upon tho al- ill by samples of nn urtiolo left at plus they received valnatuo noin in tneir houses by ennvnseers for adverinissloirfroni Judgo Latham, Capt. Leo tars of tho QUuroh an offoring of tising purposes.. $20,000,000, .mil Miv T. P. Fortune -. fcS ii l. . . - -. t vorn ,, .,.,.. auuamm - ' g 1 & i oDi-eor- s. nx-ks- sllng-shot- one-qnnrt- ul ei trospassing run-mu- g eh oloc-tioti- B o ' .- ... uli !....,.i ' ,,",,... - tl II 1 Ca-rath- wide-awak- o VJ1 Jl anti-trus- e n cole-hrat- o cen-tur- y i " HI I 'r . .v. 2C2L -- ""wi'r v r f 9Affr .- -- "' The Hiclviiian Courier SHE'S INNOCENT. QIXiWiK WAKHEN', t'libllslicr. K DINER'S VALUABLE FIND. I AY OF STORMS. A IIEART'S OUTPOURING. UICKMAN. KENTUCKY The Jury Guilty of Gcorco Siixtou's Murder. Counllniai"McAlllstor Whlla IHnlng With Cant, (.oghlnn lilt Inln it C'Ihiii mid I'ouuil a 1'rnrl Worth ".l.OOO. Declares Mrs. licorge Not There Waa ftoiiielliliiir About l'lavlua rrevnlletl Throughout Xebrnska Sinii lowu Stuuliiy, Doing Duinuge. Jles "To Err is Human:9 Don't criminal or Idiotic, mistake of continue the neglecting your blood. Take Hood's Sarsaparilta now. It will make pure, live blood, and put you in good health, hut Wns !iiiiicMiiat llnt loua. Hillmorc i LU- - Sut to err all the time is Philadelphia, May 1. A beautiful fj (sunders Ciunty the Storm Destroyed Cerjlhlngl'i Its Wake -- l.iirgr Uuhii-t- it y of Stock Was Killed Several I'rrsous Injured. 1 -- MAY Mon. Tue. bW Frl. u Wed'Thur. "12" 1 14 15 16 17 T8"l9" 20 2 23 225 26 27 t H:f:iFii:F:fTTifiT CURRENT TOPICS. SKvr.NTY-Kioii- T 29 30 31 pearl, the value estimated at S3, 000, has Mrs. (Ipnrce Took Kuril iluryimin by the some into the possession of Councilman Uiiml mid Thanked llltu lie1lita K. R. C, McAllister, of tho First ward, Iterrlted the Hearty Congratchairman of the Dewey day celebraulations of thr Crowd. tion. While tho oillcers of the Raleigh were being dined at the Hotel Walton, Canton, O., April 29. At 10.27 a. m. McAllister presided nt the board. As Friday the jury In the case of Mrs. he bit heavily upon a clam he was Anna George, on trial for the murder preatly surprised to find something of George D. St.xton, tiled into court hard, like a stone in his mouth. and announced their verdict, which He took from his mouth n bird, was "Not guilty." thlning .substance, tho luster of which lie fore the verdict was read the aroused tho curiosity of the diners court cautioned the audience that Councilman Lang, nu expert on pre-:loIt there must be no demonstration. In stones at once pronounced it a spite of that there were loud cheers us pearl of great value. Capt. Coghlau the clerk read the verdict of "Not :hristened it the "Raleigh," and Mr. oiii linn. atrtul f young man's in the rintilc tat with btr a commit face half I guilty." in new labor orpnnlza-tlonwere formed In New York stnte s lbOS. cago, The Federal Steel Co. is to build two modern blast furnaces at South Chi111. Co., of Chattanooga, to build a new blast furnace at Rockwood, Tcnn. The Immigration laws of the United States hare been extended to Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippines. London's record ofdeathsby violence was 3,514 last year, belnp 124 above the average of the preceding 10 years. Queen Victoiha has ordered Sir John Lubbock's 100 best becks. Theyjvcrc cent by special messenger to Osborne. Twenty-tw- o million bottles of champagne arc drunk annually in the world. A Khchns dealer keeps 9,000,000 in re serve. A live lizard was found comfortably settled in a cash register which had been shipped from the United States to London. Cloth is now beingmade successfully from wood, and is said to be as flexible, toft, durable and susceptible to dyes as other fabrics. Havana municipal taxes are to hereafter be collected in American currency or its legal equivalent in Spanish or foreign gold coin. A syndicate, headed by Warner 'Miller, has obtained an option at on the famous Candclarra mine at San Dimas, Mcx. The fierce crusade against tobacco cigarettes in London has developed the lea cigarette, which is particularly patronized by woman. A fikm of glass dealers at Cincinnati brought suit under the anti-trulaw against the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. for 820,000 damages. Nine tons of pennies arc taken from the London slot machines each week, the firm which runs the "mutoscope" werat;lng 83,500 alone., . Varito, (believed to be the last Yaqul Indian in California, is dead. lie was 108 years of age, according1 to the record kept in pioneer days. Rkla Kittuidok, of liclfast, Me., holds the world's record for fine writing, having succeeded in placing 40,003 words on an ordinary postal card. The United States Worsted Co., with Tcnn., The Koanc Iron Is st c ed a capital of 70,000.000. bine all the New England interests. Tim, heart of a vegetarian beats on an average, 58 to the minute; that, of the meat cater 72. This represents a difference of 20,000 at Trenton, N. .7. Will seek to com- has incorporat- beats in 24 hours. face and figure, but in voice and in a thousand little mannerisms and traits. Rio iik Janeiro is, next ,to Hucnos Ayres, the largest city of South America, It has 700,000 inhabitants, nnd ISucnos Ayres claims about 100,000 more. Senator II anna is said to employ five stenographers merely to answer the letters of persons who think they cug-h- t to have an ofllce and that he oupht to get it for them. Lord Salisuury once handled a pick nd shovel. During the great Australian gold craze he set out as a gold hunter, nnd the hovel in whlc.i he lived as u rough, miner is tit ill standing. Thkrk arc three states in which the colored population is in excess of the white Louisinna, white, 0.18,3m, colored, 500,102; Mississippi, white, 544, by, colored. 744,74'J, South Carolina, white, d Jit, of California, resembles his famous father not only in U. S. (iitANT, 4C2.008, colored, 069,141. Iron charcoal pig iron. There is a rule in Vienna theaters prohibiting curtain calls, but on the occasion of llerr Sonnenthnl, once playing a favorite part, Krnperor 1'ran-elJoseph himself aroc In his box and for the evening abrogated the decree, with the result that the nctor wa called 42 times before the curtain. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. proposes to erect a SI, 000,000 steel bridge fccross the Potomac at Washington, nnd also a new station In that city. The contemplated improvements will cost from 55,000,000 to 50,000,000, and will give employment to a very large number of building mechanic's in all branches. Cold water is the greatest stimulant known to the medical profession, possessing more lusting power than the trongebt brandy. It has been known to brii.g thu pulse up to 100 from 70 in a few minutcb' time. Mjsa Ellen Ul'rm.ett, a young American, is said to have purchased the Pompcilan palace, In Paris, built by Prince Jerome Iionnpartc, with the intention of turning it into a restaurant during the Paris exposit'.jn. Tin: blast furnace of the Poughkecp-el- e Iron Co., at Poughkcepsle, N, Y will be put in operation is soon as repairs are iinisncJ. The f tack has occu idlr niece 1600. s about June 1. The weekly capacity of the furnace will be about 275 tons of since the liuffalo at Cumberland Furnace P. O., Tcnn., which has been out of blast Co., 1683, Cumiikw.ani) furnace, of is expected to be blown In of women rushed to Mts. George nnd shook her hand. Congratulations were also extended to her attorneys. She worked her way to the jury box, tooK each juryman by the hand and gave them a word and a nod of thanks. Then the court said she was discharged, and released the jury. Mrs. George remained in the court room for some time after the verdict was announced, acknowledging the congratulations of her friends. She then went to the Hotel Conrad, a block from the court house, in company with Mr. and Mrs. McElhenry, her cousins who have bjen with her during much of the hearing and at 12:45 was eating dinner with them at tho hotel. The jury was out just 23 hours and 45 minutes and during that time 22 ballots were cast. The interval between these ballots was spent in reviewing the case and discussing its various phases. After the jury reported, it was said that the first or preliminary ballot was taken at 12:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, or a half hour after they had been closeted in the jury room. This ballot showed four jurymen favoring a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree and eight jurymen for a verdict of "not guilty" or acquittal. As the story goes, the second ballot was taken at 2 p. m., and resulted the same. This was also the result of the third ballot, taken 45 minutes later at 3:15 o'clock. The fourth ballot was taken and the result is said to have been two for guilty in the first degree and seven not guilty, one for second degree and two for manslaughter. At 4 p. m. Thursday the fifth ballot was taken with eight for not guilty and four for manslaughter. This was the result of all the succeeding ballots up to the fovurteentU ballot at o'clock Vrlday tnorning The fifteenth ballot 'wa taken at 4:50 o'clock Friday morning, resulting in nine for not guilty and three for manslaughter. The sixteenth ballot was not taken until 0:15 o'clock Friday morning when the vote showed eight for not guilty, three for manslaughter nnd one for assault and battery. At S:45 Friday morning the 17th ballot was taken by the jury, returning to the eight for not guilty and four for manslaughter. Forty minute later the 18th ballot was taken showing ten of the jurymen for not guilty and two for manslaughter. The 10th ballot was taken at 9:50 a. m., resulting in nine for not guilty and three for manslaughter. At 10 a. in., the 20th ballot was taken, showing 11 for not guilt and one for first degree murder. The same result was obtained in the 21st ballot. The 22d and last ballot was taken at 10:22 o'clock, with a unanimous vote of the 12 men being that of not guilty." A number of women friends and ac quaintances called on Mrs. George In the parlor of the Conrad hotel, and a number of traveling men introduced themselves and offered their congratulations. Juryman Miller was one of the callers, and to him Mrs. George her wannest thanks saying she had known him as her stnunch friend frorn the first. A number of congratulatory telegrams were delivered to her. To a reporter she said she would go to her old home in Hunovcrton Saturday nnd visit her mother, Mrs. Luclnda t, for a few days Then she would return to Canton to gather up her belongings nnd arrange for the future. As to the future she said she had no definite plans as yet She has been Invited to go to the seaside for an extended vacation during the summer, and she said she would probably accept the invitation. To tin C'onerntrated at tlio l'reildlo. San FiiANCibco, April 20. Three thousand reel alts and 20 officers will be concentrated at the Presidio. Tho large post will be converted into a regular recruiting and receiving rendezvous for troops. There are over a thousand men here now under command of Col. Harbach, !!d infantry, nud Capt. Hardin, lbth infantry, adjutant. A score ed Ehr-hear- it Impossible to the names of the occupants as Iff are newcomers T.ree miles southeast of Avoca a McAllister has decided that this will anuvr named Hunt lost his barn nnd be its name. iart of his stock. Ills house was Experts have estimated the value of Jijhtly damaged and two members of the stone at $5,000, and all agree that' Hi family slightly injured. c it is one of the most brilliant pearls ie storm next struck Onklaud, four ever seen In this country. nts south of Avoca. Near this place 1'jbarn on the farm of Richard Files MR. SCHURMANTnDER FIRE. io utterly demolished and somo stock The family was absent at the j cd. rtir President of Cornell University Had a laf A man named Pollock, residing Narrow Etea)M From Ilrath at the farm, lost his barn, ic an adjoining right at Malaboii, rhllloj.liip. ok cattle aud had his house partly tcW, but no oue was hurt. Seattle, Wash., May 1. Mail A mile from Manila rccelvtd Saturday urtber on the wind wrecked the house, are full of Interesting incidents of the irn aud other outbuildings of John fighting before Mnlabon. President ,at, a farmer. The contents of thu Schurman, of Cornell university, a were strewn all over the sur- member of the Philippine commission, andlug country. One memberof the had a narrow cscapo Irom death while asiiy was slightly Injured, ltetween with Gen. Wheaton's brigade. He was wa and Oakland telegraph and telc-tilting on a trench when a large rebel ttitune poles were prostrated nud com- A stray shot warn- fn .mention cut oft" for several hours. force opened fire. ed him to seek cover, which he did by fajtes three Inches In diameter were pccdily falling into the trench. Jier tw Uted or torn up by the roots rie lay there more than an hour, Vrie wind was accompanied by rain. while the Filipinos sent Mauser bulOmaha. Neb., May I. This has been lets singing over his head. An occauy of severe storms In Nebrasku, sional bullet would graze the top of all sorts of rumors are coming in the trench and shower the college man Ead Omaha Sunday night about serious with dirt. done by the wind. For the The rebels were finally dislodged pyt three days gales have prevailed and President Schurman returned to tkoughottt the state, accompanied by Manila. Tin. nud in a few places n fait of hail. MUSTERED OUT OF SERVICE. Itnestern Nebraska dust stotms made Mil well nigh unendurable aud started rha 161st Indiana Keltnenl I'ald OS at Ejpsiric fires which did considerable ikangc. Harannah, (la. On the Way to Washington to lie Htlrlew.iL stumiay night severe thunder itrms prevailed in the ensteru part of Savanah, Ga., May 1. The 181st tb state and continued up till noon .'ndlana regiment. Col. W. T. Curbln. snduy. At Omaha the ruinfatl was was mustered out of the service Sun- ti heaviest known for years nt this day. The payment of the men was Mson, doing Mime damage to private An ppcrty and washing out sewers In commenced by three paymasters unusual incident of the muster out sene purts of the city. Along the line was the fact that a great many of the i the Union Pacific the wiud has retail stores of the city opend th JBIIae considerable harm. At North ttores for the accommodation' of A a--t. biinciny a Hundred tcle- inea 'and to deliver pacUJL,Jd polAm'yvcro prostrated. At mem naiuruay. tTn xt J.nc nrstt-ectPjAriiNo, in SaunderfTcounty, a wind the three trains that carried the proportions of a the Iclina's to Washington left the some farm buildings depot nt S o'clock. The others follownd tilled some stock. Wahoo. the ed within a few minutes The regi- county seat of Saundtrs county, ment will nrrive at Washington Monillght damage by wind. day morning nnd in the afternoon wlK HcaU- - rains accompanied by stioug be reviewed by the president from th winds (re reported at Falrbury, Geneva, portico of the white house Freinoit, Columbus nnd Schuyler. After reviewing the command the Vai.j liAlso, Neb.. May tornado president will receive the ofliccrs and Sunday passed through Saundcn counmen In the presidential residence. ty, aboit four miles west, destroying A largo everyt) ing in Its wake. A BARN BURNER LYNCHED. quanti v of stock was killed. Uuv child v is slightly hurt. The damage Willis re, Colored. Taken liom the ,Iat to pre crty will amount to several at Osceola, Ark., and llangrd In the thousn id dollars The storm went in Jail Yard by Forty Men. a nort: crly direction and was about a Mr.Jii'iilf, Tenn., May 1. Informa-tio- quarttf of a mile wide. was received in Memphis Sunday PRAIRIE FIRE. night that Willis Sees a Negro, aged DISASTROUS about SO years was taken from jail at Kterytk Ins; Destroyed In Ita l'i th-Osceola, Ark., Sunday morning at 1 li lla l.lTlneston and Her hen o'clock and hanged in the jail yard by llnrned to Death. a mob of 40 men. Sees was in jail on a Coi.jitiDOK, Neb., May 1. A prairie charge of barn burning. After being suspended in mid-ai- r twice the Negro fire burning In the hay Hats at Onlong, confessed the crime of which he was the tiirthcrn tier of the county, teu miles i from this place Sunday after-noocharged and he wns then hanged. passed into the track of a torSeveral houses have been burned in the neighborhood of Osceola recently, nado iud was swept with the speed of and this is given as the reason for the the wind dlngonally across this county miles destroying everymob taking the law into its jurisdic- for p The only thing in its path. tion. lost, ns far as known, lives Mrs. George Cons Ida ri an Offer of werel those of Mrs. Rolla Livingston boy. The woman Canton, 0 May 1. Offers of mar- and ner riage have been sent to Mrs Anna saw Uie fire coming and ran to a pasGeorge. One of them has been con- ture lo release the family stock. Tho sidered. Mrs George said Saturday boy followed her. Roth were knocked she thought it the duty of every woman down by the terrified nnimals Tho to marry and have n home, and part of fire passed over them before they could her lecture would be on that line. She get out of the way. The body of the nlso intimated thnt she would not In boy was almost consumed nnd Mrs adverse to trying a matrimonial ven- Livingston lived but a few hours A great many cattle were overtaken ture again but would not commit f and burned. A large number of farm definitely on thnt point, houses were destroyed, aud tho familI'lrcal Sturels, Mlrh. ies escaped by seeling refuge beyond Stuisoih, Mich., May 1. The Hotel the track of the storm. The path of Thornton burned to the ground Satur- the fire was nearly one milo wide. day. The Sturgis, Annan nnd Mof the losses nrc: holla Li cLaughlin blocks were aKo consuu.od, 15,000: Stanley Martin, nnd the fittings of the Citizens' bank David Walker, 510,000; lana badly scorched. The loss is estimated Prltchell, 52,000; W. A. llcnnett. $5,000; at S75.000.' The blaze started from Joseph Hodgkin. 520,000; Win. Weber, an uuknovvn cause in the lamp room of g'5,000; James Parsons, HOI) hcud of the hotel, nnd spread at a tremendous .lock, etc, 812,000; Wm. Zook, inrgo rate. number of horses and cattle, 810,000. us ad-ric- es cs-- an oven. lulled heart The emotions could be ciunlud down no longer. Fluviiii Jorephiis MilUnp was no stranger to the Ilillmoic mansion. He tiervudcd it tornado struck three or four evenings evtay week, o a tulc, jtoca, la., May AH Cono-- " Had no appt tlte or strength, could not sleep or get rested, was comhs place at 8:30 p. m. Sunday, doing ami oftenrr still as a ficinient exception. aged Lvenliody the huue, Hl:.Ucrable damage to property. The grnmhnotlicr in the kitchen from the he pletely run down. Two bottles Hood's lady, knew to cured tho tired feeling and I do Jtriu moved in a southerly direction came to sec Miss Pinkie. Kven Mls Pinkie knew It. despite the my own work." Mkb A.Dictc,.MIIIvHle,N.J. ii,i passe 1 through the outskirts of fart that he had never explicitly raid fo. '" lb, town. Two houses on tho In like nmiiiif r he knew she was perfectly weie blown down but no one willing for him to pervade the m.iimon, to rule or exceptionally, though she tvu hurt. In the confusion, as thin lud never actually exinessed licmclf to that is JliAieh Is sent, umiuitAable siiis uf o( flurhed check, lrcin-hlinthit snd agitated lnitiiucr there were outlnnt. l.A out-bIu- tllect. Yet fhe from him. st with her face half averted cnlrrit.nli- - l!il' I'llls eure liter Ills , the to imn s tassjsltli Ifm-- IrrlUtlnr su Manila. rr 0 T, t re-io- rts l.A n Mrs world's history. Young "oiiinn! Young woman! What The Clrla Were l.earnlni to .ML nn abject fool thou lust made of the llulr I'lourm ami Thrjr young nun from time juitnruiorul, Wanled While. vhcii--lthis ita digiotton een "Pinkie"--th- e voire of Havius Jorrphus Millap apnn broke in upon the stillness clergyman A venerable while-hairr"you know what I want to say!" in the (huich of a "Yes" "lie replied, softly. "I know. You lie hadpreached got hack to the vicarag hardly want to tell me that tlntj!eo( wearing my when door bell rarg hair Isn't becoming tu me. That's hrcdtuc (rum a the cliuich asktd the see him. lie itto ami young lady fou're not used to seeing it. Whtuyou be- emed her Tiny talked alxuit the sermon come accustomed" and other things, until finally she asktd, "You know well enough it isn't that!" "You want to sk me why I didn't ac dilluh ntly "Oh, won't you phase gtte me a lock of knowledge the receipt of that boxofrandv you sent nit by a messenger hoy, I did not jour hair" "Certainly, tny child," said thr old gentleknow till nfter'lie had gone auav that it had man, II send it thr retpiot. comr from you, and I thought I would wait to yen llattrird at " And he did. "I to morrow till I lars-- you" On his rt turn to his own home he had "You know well tnoufih It im't that, five more requests of thr same kind, and either." he inoiidly tastrd to hit wife that he was "Then I'm sure " pliul to see that he had not yet lost Ins "Pinkie- -" All iutr He made a slight motion as If to take her wife to please. note: wiiit well until hi this hand. "Dear Mrs I ourthl) Wont you pirate Hut she still sat with hrr face half avert-task your huslund to send me just a little from linn. )ck of hair? We "Pinkie, why do jou think I've hern com- lettuus his making hair have all Ixxli taking llowrrs Si man) ul in ing here (it the lat six months?" the other girls ttked him, and he sent it tu "Sccn months," she murmured I thought I would rather ask t This wa not eiirouragtrig, on the fare of you to that it for we. Won't you please do get 't, hut lie wiiit ahead1 this for tue It it to hatd to get white hair "The fact of the matter is, Pinkie hlies of the lley " I kave lcrn corning lure I for Thu wst a blow, the ran't keep away. Kversinic I metyou do now- - said aluiitterrible of lu.ir and that lest lock old in you belitTt- - in loxe at first fight? "I dol Ciociu-nat- i ever nr.ee 1 first met you 1 hare known you gentleman's presence the belter. KiKjuirtr are my fate' Dearest aud best" " She put up her hand "O, riot now. Flavins! Not now!" We oiler One Hundred Dollars Hew aid She still sat with her face half averted for any laseo! t'atatih that cannot from him i ...- i... 1.. ti- "Why not. Pinkie? Why not? What is F. .1. I'livnry A Co . Preps . Toledo O. the matter " We, the undersigned, hae knoitn F. J. "Flavius" it was almost a sol- - "have Cheney fur thr last 15 )ers,undlellrr him rou betti rating onions?" Chicago Tribune. rfettl)' honoiahlr in all business traiiMC-ti- ct and financially able to carry out any Abolish the Death obligations made ly their firm. At Alhanv the law maker are nraLgHng West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. ojrr the aWhtion of the death 'W aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale J he man who succeeds in pnnc such a lull prove as great a benefactor to the I)nifgit, Toledo, O. will Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, hrtaker of man s laws as Ho. t tier's Stomach Hitter has to the breaker of nat.irr's acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous laws. If )ou'eiirglrtidour stonuth unsurlaces of the system Price ".V rr In't til indigestion, constipation, b'hotisnes, tie. Sild by all Druggists, Testimonials iter am! k.dney troubles are upon juii frrr. Hall'. Famllr Pill are the best, there but one currHoitcttfr's Stomach Hitters Don't fail to try it. All druggists nhlrels ul iHlrrrtl. nil it. Stranger What are the principal object! Thr llnallsh of If. of interrtt In thu town? "You Amiricans call things b such queir Cititen Havingt bank depotltt. Metrocarnes," said the Kriglishmtui. politan. "What's nrrong now?" asked the New Thr nrat Prrsi-rl- f ltn for Chtlta. 1 orker. "Wliv rail these tin net elevators, when nnd Fever la a bottle of Grovr.'s Tarrti.rM hey take tuople down as often as they take Chill Tunic. It Is simply Iron aud qululnn In s tasteless t orm, Nocuro no pay, rrla.50u. hem un?" "Well, what do you call thrra in your rountry'" Whisky relieves djsjvcpm on the theory, " rail them lifts" terhai, that the feeling of a brick in the (tat onsets tkr feeling of a brick in the "Well. I ran't se that the word lift their use any ltter than elevator." stemath. Detroit Journal. "Oh, yis, it docs Don't you know youcan down as wtll as Ml them up?" JHKD On Monday or any other day in Yonkrn .Statesman. Dyes, the wiek, with Putnam good will not fade cither b) sunlight or A,k luur Ittslrr fur A Ilea's rMl.nar. It real walking. A powder to shake into your shoe tiiefei'Ll'iiivsCoriift.Huiiiotis.HwolIeii.ckirc, but Ixvers may net wish to snub the Hot, Cullous, Aching, Sweating ft eland I they do "turn A. makes W. Hulletni. it down" pretty often. Nulls. Allen's Fool-Kasnew orllglii times east Sold by alldruirirjKJ anil shoe sU it--, 'J.V. Sample mailed Kit KM Piso's Cure for Consumption has no sxjual Address Alien S Olrntlcd, Iai Hoy, J. Y. ns n Couch millclii- - K. M, Ablwitt, S.s3 Krnevu HL, nuflalo, N Y , May V, IHH. Ittirulnrr In thr l'alarr. "Curse uie hick'" hissed the burglar, nnd give their daughters awsy Ixilt of fld into the mght. Ikur in mititi. if you and have fathert on their hands a piiase, that ull crime was now (Iik an, mereWathlugton (la.) Democrat. ly, and all li !)' the work of germs. The burglar pt netted, in the tellar window How My Tlirott Hurts' Wiv don'l yon where he tried to rntir, one of the lntitt of Hnrrhmind and Tar?l electric automatic iprayiug iIokis, and en nsr Hnle'a Honevl)rops Cure in one minute,1 ievortd to aoid it. Hut fortune was Pine's Toothache igaintt him, A click in the dark, and ai Mule meat sorted a la carle, with horsenott before he knew it he was driuchcd radish and a pony of wine is u stable article vith germicide and curid of his malady. in Pans. L. A. V. Hulletm. Detroit Journal. wor-thipui- g frt-m- l. , Hill-more Such It the contradictory, tsntnliniiK, habit of the )ouiig woman of nil climes, kindreds tongurt, and periods of the HARD TO GET. lliiarihlst 1 ,..i. r. iftj-erton- s n, n, Mar-rla.- r. ld CHARMING grandmother! What a pleasant influence in the house is a delightful old lady in good health Mrs. Moi.uk IJakiiik. St. Jnmcs, Mo., writes: "I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound during change of life, and have passed through that critical period safely. I suffered for years with falling of the womb and female weakness. At times could hardly stand on my feet, also had leucorrhujn. I tried several good doctors, but instead of getting .better, grew worse all the time. A friend advised me to try Mrs. Pinkham's Compound. 1 did so and after taking six bottles, was cured of both leucorrhcea and falling of womb. I am now enjoying good heuUh nnd feel very grateful for 7is, till! good your medicine has ?or ie inc. I would recommend o all women suffering us I A 1 HEALTHFUL OLD AGE S5s her-sel- JretiX. was." Mrs. N. E. u 520,-00- 0; mm&& -- Mnuk bjrn Tornudo. Rm.cKKNRinoK, Mo., April 29. A tornado struck this place, wrecking iunnyuiull houses and blowing down almost all the chimneys in the town. Awnings, fire walls and smokestacks were badly damaged. The large flouring mill was unroofed. quarries will Monday iccelve an ad- Charles MePeak and James Williams of 25 cents per day. Other and terribly injured William MePeak, quarries will also make a similar ad- who. will probably die. vance. The Warrant llrunn, Hie Spaulards IMvasrd. WbhinC'ton, May 1. Four United Todd Slonne Wlna Again. Madhiij, Muy 1. Tho prospect of treasury warrants for 5,000,000 London, April 29. At Newmarket peace In the Philippines U hailed with States such will be drawn Saturday tind transFriday Todd t'loanc won the satisfaction, as likely to lead to the to the secretary of Rtate, to bo stakes en Pierre Lorlllard'a early liberation of the Spanish prison- mitted settlement of the 520,000,009 used in Sibola, a horse ored in America. Tlit er Ju the bonds of the Filipino. Jut fljain under the Paris treaty. betting was 13 8 vance 1,000-gulna An Adtunrn of Wages. Tun .Miners KIIIimI. Joi.tLT, 111., May 1. Six hundred emNi;w Yoiik, May 1, A premature exployes of the Western Stone Ca in plosion in thu Richmond iron mine nt the Jollct, Rockport and Lemont Port Orange, N. J., killed two miners to against Slbolu. i Pearl, La., writes: I have had leucorrhoca for about twenty years, falling of womb by spells l -for ten years, and my bladder was affected, had backache a grent deal. I tried a number of doctors. They would re JaaKVsaZyZQsfaPJaBPlssiiJyMafeaaaaaaW .aaaTaM MWW 9s9VnVlaVNH'aaHaaa lieve me for n little while, then I would bo mxkvmXKimxwwmaM I 'worse than ever. then thought I would try Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Eleven bottles of Compound and one box of Liver Pills cured me and I am now sound and well. It helped me through the change of life period. I years old." am fifty-fiv- e The women of advanced years who are healthy and happy are invariably those who have known how to secure help when they needed it. Mrs. Pinkham will advise any woman free of charge who writeo about her health. Her address i Lynn, Mass. Law, jj i wt 5 w.y. . JfciS?'i' jtt f- . tmjfwjfriGfX -- " ' I lIHieB) j,. 9. GEN. OTIS' TERMS. fleimrnl Amnesty tho Only Terms American Uoniinaudcr Will Oivc the Kn.oy. IT.ctlr.ll, Admit , ,,.t Army w., Very ll.iperale Ntn.lt. ml Am Thoroughly Will Surrender Boon. 2i TOWN OF MACABEBE TAKEN. MINERS RIOTING IN Ihey Mr ! IDAHO. 1ESSI0N OF AMERICANS. IJ. tCC C &e&S&5 CC C&tJ6C&C50Se - - 6C 5fr5SC fC&&tt&SC C - CC - 5&&&ftCp Help. Hmiad, on llntrrliiB the Place, Worn (treated With Hinging llrll- .l'roll(.n for l'rlionrr. Mac-Arthu- a Train .1 llnrkn .net lo t The (Jovermiinnl Troop Aro Called Out. ManlniT Waiik.nkh, I IteMiiMtltm at llluwirl.l., M,,,rB, , ar ,tK, fry I n.utl.raitorjr AiiiurlriuitArn onrprne '. . STATE NEWS d PICK-UP- S. Tlr ,p,,i , nty. Wawilnoion, May Oil. cabled tho war department that tho conference with tho Klllplnom termln-"te- d Saturday morning He says they wanted three weeks In which to allow their congress ta decide whether ho UlitlM should case. The proportion KeoJInciL The representative retired to the Insurgent lines, (fen. Otis wys the insurgents arc tired of Unlit-land are no douht seeking tho bent terms In another caldc Gen. Otis expresses thatU to the president for his of the work of the army In tho Philippines It I stated at the wnr department that tho Insurgent leader probably will confer un.l seek another confer- ctito with (Jen. Oils, and that tho Kcn- oral will no doubt grant general nm- l.-- Qcn. n' appro-elatio- n v.f' 'V ft '. Manager Hiiibiidge. of tho Wardnor TOBACCO CO. INCORPORATED. mines, accompanied by his family anil Superintendent (lurch, arrived here The Company Propose to Purchaie and from Wardncr Mimlay nighu Thejf Caltltate 3,000 Acre of the lteat were compel led to walu over the hill Tobacco Lund In Cuba. to Wallace to escape the mob. Tliejf the term. Paws, Ky., May 2. The Cuban Cowere in a pitiable condition when they In proof of this it is shown that Insurgent Make New l'riMiltliia. the Nicaraguan governor of the operative Tobacco Co. was organized reached Spokane. Kvery pot comMa.mi.s, May 2. The Insurgent com- mander in the department of C.ilffoii place. Hiught and was given refuge In and incorporated here. The company missioners who left Manila Saturday tila has received .orders to hold troopl the I uitcd States consular agency. proposes to purchase and cultivate have returned from tho Insurgents' In t dullness to start for Wardncr at Also the dues collected on imports 5,000 acres of the best tobacco land army with new propositions. a moment's notice. The railroads havj sere collected for It eyes by the same in Cuba. Hon. Claude M. Thomas, been notified to have special train treasurer, who held the same place for quarter In 2:15. He will hardly start of the company, has just returned from Cuba, where he secured ready No actual orders to go hav the past three year. The American" In- In the derby. The strings which arrived Sunday options on some of the most valuable terests in Hluetlcld alono now aggreItecelpl for April Helnw Tho. for March yet been received. Ciiilacio. May 2. All the troops I gate fully $.',000,000 In gold, and the night from Newport were: Dan O'Bri-m- , lands. The directors are John T. Hln-to- n, ami Hi tlipendlture Were Creatcr. Ona (5; R. Tucker, 9: Frank Jones, P. I. McCarthy, William Myall. the department of the lakes hae bee rtatc department is determined that 4; J. Ills lteann for It. Manila, May I. The envoys fiora tirucrcu tinrtmcr, ma., tno seen they be protected against the proposed V. Carter, 2; II. Scoggan, 0; T. O. Cal-- , Ford Brent, G M. Thomas. Paris; City Uon., l.unu wcro very hospitably treatNkw Voiik. May 2. -- Tho treasury reof the miners troubles, according t extortion, so that Interesting news is vert, 11; John Hannlgan, 5; James Solicitor W. D. McShaw, of Covington; ed by Gen. Otis, who provided them P. II. McFlynn, president of the Xenio. ceipts for April fell Sift, I0C.000 below (.en. S. M. H. Young, now In Ch expected at auy moment, in view of Murphy, 2, with a house and with a guard and J.i the there, These strings will arrive Monday Shoe Co., Xcnla, O. The stock Is permitted them to visit friends here. those for March, while the expendi- cngo. lucre arc out seven compan the Flitted States Detroit, to taken up. J. Brennan. IS: J. B. Returning to thu palace Saturday tures were SJ2.S(o,O0O more than thoso ies, comprising about ftoo men. In the ihcdepartmenUexecute the orders of from Memphis: department at present, two troops for tho month previous. Lcwman, 12; T. P. Hayes, lS;.Io Desha, To Ilulld a Telephone Line. morning, the envoys saw an Illustra12; W. J. Smith, 6; Robinson &. Moore, This great difference does not indi- of cavalry and a batteiy of nrS Richmond, Ky., April as. A stoclc tion Of American resources A long TESTING 10; P. M. Civlll, 15; J. C. Ferris, jr.. 13; tlllcry Ft. Sheridan, and the company Is being formed at McKce. train of wagons ami pack mules was cate, however, cither a largo falling tuaiuingat companies A. (1. Weston, 0; Benson Arthur, 7; T. divided 1uiiviki? Jus; starting with provisions for (leu. otf in the ordinary receipts or a largo thf riillli)lnn L'uinmUiloii I'rnpotn In Al- C. Barrett, 15; Settle &. Co., 10; P. Jackson county, to construct a tele increase in the oidinary expendi- Columbus barracks O.; Ft. Wayne. Dc , phone lino from that point to this city. who has reached Marunco. low l'llliliioi Alimxl Coinplrte Contures. The receipts for March were iron anu It. Urady. .Northern Mich! Illtzcr. 10; M. T. Danahcr, 3; W. M. There Is not a mile of raUroid, tele- London, May t. Members of the trol of l.otat Affair gan. Increased Mav A, Co.. 20: W. M. Haves. 0: W. II. pnono or l'lliplno Junta hero made tho state- government by tho payment to tho to takeGen. Merriam has been ordered I teiegrapn in Jackson county. com tmi ml of nearly 312.O0O.000 ILaudcman, 14; Oil Curry, 10; Tom The line will cost 81,000 and will be 25 Washington, May 3. The state dc- ment to a correspondent Saturday that on Dknvkh, Col., May 1. Gen. Merriai: , ... account of the Pacific tallway sett A miles long. the peace uegotlntious between tho Monday received an informal a tlement, while thu expenditures for nnd his Lieut. J. L. lien A f?nt In An fttw. United States authorities at Manila Yt in Vl.lt Iter Home. $Ki&. T-- . April were Increased by the drawing nett. have left for Wardncr tor InewitrSjjJ l.PW&S&JI?4&Bg2Sli. lIomsvirXrJkyAprlV'SQ. 'Patrol-ma- n nc i Trillpplnc?tnvestlgating" and (Jen. Luna weru unofficial In charKy., April 59. Mr.and J!Y rrjyji the miners' riot. Joseph Spahm. of the Louisville Mrs. ission. of his observations and acter, lien. Luna, tho Junta asserts, of the warrants for the payment of j;atc Autonfo police force, had hard boiled eggs in formerly Mary de Navarro, the latter "does not represent Aguiualdo's govern- 520.000.Ooo to Spain. Anderson, actress, Leaving out of account these two MONTHLY DEBT STATEMENT. his lunch Friday night. In the yolk who have arrived in Newthe ment. It Is further asserted by tho Hems, York, will the receipts for March werconlv It is declared at the state department of one of the egg's hn found a bright come to this rity. Word has been rejunta that secret negotiations between J.'I.OOO.OOO largrr than those for There Wa an Inrreae lnrlnC the Monti that the proclamation issued by the piece dated 1S07. Proof of ceived by her friends Dean (i Worcester, of tho 1'nltcd alwut here to that ef of April of WU.1.0HI. Till Total April and the expenditures for the latPhilippine commission just before tho the copper being1 found in the egg fect-- Siie was born and made Mates Philippine commission, and a BW, 43.1.71 l.TH". Debt her ter month wern less than S8.000.0O0 when it was broken open is abundant. debut here. beginning of the last campaign representative of Agulualdo. have been greater than those for March, notwithThe penny is supposed to have been Wahiiinoton, May 2. The monthly In progress since before the attack on tho maximum concessions to reremptorlly lllamUied. that the Interest payments statcmentof the publicdcbl issued swallowed by the uen that laid the he made to the insurgents by the UnitMaudo. The following conditions standing wero SS.800,000, " for April LousviLLK, Ky., April against only shows that at the close of busings ed Mates government. It is realized epir. It is alleged, were proposed after the 510'J.IOS Klin, charged with murdering William for March. April 20. 1MK1. the debt less cash In the now more strongly than at any other Mutt Stand Trial. capture of Malolo. The Americans to Barnett, was dismissed on peremptory Ky treasury amounted to St.172.S57.20l, an period that the capacity of the FiliApril 23. Gov. Fhankfoist, lsuo a proclamation granting the Fil- MONEY PAIDJ3VER TO SPAIN. increase during the is an undeBradley Wednesday declined to pardon instructions Thursday afternoon. Tho ipinos and political, month of S.'it.ojt,- - pinos for civil and religious rights similar to The VJO.oon.UOD I'ro.l.lnl Iiy the Trraty ,01. Ihls is accounted for by the pay- termined question. The United the remaining indictments against prosecution failed to prove that Kirn is willing to Cashier Shipp, of the Midway bank. struck the blow from which death rement of S20.000.000 to Spain in sctt.e-me- statcs government for the Ceailon of the riilllipliiea tu those enjoyed by the people of accord (ha llnniU of Spain' A;eiit- of treaty obligations. Canada; the uatict an opportunity Shipp was tried on the first indictment sulted. tho Filipinos to control Manuel in (iond Condition. senThe debt Is recapitulated as follows: to test their abilities, for the and is now serving a two-yeInternational mercantile relations; Louisvillk, Ky,, April CO. Manuel, Uasiiinoign, .May 'J. The last movo Interest bearing debt. Sl.OfC.Olis.uM); Philippine commission proposes to tence. He will be tried under tho Americans and Filipinos to enjoy equal rights in tho Islands; Manila to remain In the negotiations terminating tho debt on which Interest has ceased allow them almost complete control of pending indictments as toon as his the favorite in the Kentucky Derby, arrived in the city from Memphis FriIn the possession of the United States war with Spain occurred Monday when since maturity. 31,21S,r.OO: debt bearing their local affairs, exercising only term expires. day afternoon. He Is in excellent conSecretary Hay paid to the French am- no Interest, S.:SS, 17,727; total, SI. such supervision through the United until congress decides otherwise; the Qiurroled liver a Woman. dition, and will run the race of his life. Mates military as may be necessary to American Hag to fly over the capltols bassador, M. Cauibon, thu SO.OOO.ooo HorKiNSVjLi.F., Ky April 2'.). Lewis Taral will ride Manuel. provided by tho treaty of peace for tho 1,'uard against the consequences of misof the Islands and In tho most promThis amount docs not Include Leavell and Ben MoReynolds became cession of the Philippines. The payIn certificates and treasury takes on the part of the native muni-ipa- l involved in a shooting affray at Casky, inent positions along with the l'llWill lte Hurled In Cuve Hill. iplno tlag, except at Manila, where ment was made In four treasury war- notes outstanding which are offset by and provincial ofliclals in when the latter was shot in the side Louisvillk. Ky., April no. The reonly the American ting shall tly, rants of S.'.,000.()00caeh and was receipt- an equal amount of cash on hand. The their first experiment at and neck, receiving wounds thought to mains of Harry P. Johnson and George nil vessels to lly tho American ed for by M. Cumbou a completely cash in the treasury Is classified as fol- ment. be fatal. The trouble was over a wom C. Butler, 1st Kentucky soldiers, arTlie experiment is already In progHag with that of the Filipinos; tho liquidating the obligation of the Unitlows: an to whom both men were paying at rived from Porto Rico Friday to bo liqld. 527f.V5...2Si; silver. S307,0lrt.7i; ress at some points. In the Philip- tentions Itoman Catholic clergy aro to be ed States In this connection. Tho buried in Cave Hill. under the same administration as ambassador deposited the S2o,000,000 Irt paper, SI Bonds, deposits in pines outside tho island of hu.ou, A 1'rltoner Onro More. Child Crushed tn IleatU that In the United Mates; Spanish cleri- tho lllggs national bank of this city national bauks.dlsbursing olllcers' bal- where the United Statcsauthories have FnANKKor.T, Ky., April 20 K.v and the cashing of the warrants is ex- ances, etc, SsS.oyj.Ofll; Charlie Wkst Liiikktv, Ky., May cal direction and Intervention to ho totals SJ17.1fiV hoisted the Hag and assumed sov- Henry and wife and child, 2. year old, Cashicr William Shipp. of Midway, was pected to be mado later through tho 617. against which continued abolished; the statu quo of rural propthey have there arc demand ereignty, natlvo in the arms of Its mother, who was on rearrested at the penitentiary doors erty belonging to the religious order Olty National Hank of New York. liabilities outstanding amounting to local governments under upon being released at tho expiration The Spanish government was notified S(lSl,0:i7,'.i5l. which leaves a So far as the reports horseback- crossing the Licking river to be maintained, without return to net cash direction. e by cable of the payment but nothing balance in the team of Ids term, served for making false this place, met a the antebellum state of affairs; liov treasury of 5203.127.5::.!. indicate, these experiments are work- at The mules entries He will be tried upon other ing well and promise to have a good and wagon on the bridge. pitals and schools formerly adminis- will be done as to forwarding tho funds to F.urope until Spain directs tho ARMY OFFICER" DISAPPEARS. influence In shaping the attitude to- became frightened and ran aw .13, tho indictments for similar offenses. tered by the orders, to bo handed over ward tho United States of a considcra- - wagon striking Mrs Henry's horaoand Myttorloua Death at rUri. to the government, the orders to re- exact course to bo pursued. Ilorkefetler, of the tlth Infantry, I hie clement among the Filipinos throwing her and the child. The tain only their present town property; l'Aiiis, Ky., April 20. Will Stivers DEWEY CONGRATULATED. ill. line Near Caloorun. rtilllpplnr which has been suspicious of our in- wagon ran over and crushed the child died hero under mysterious circumtho secular clergy to retain their No Trace of Hint. to death and the mother was badly stances. tentions. property. He was ill but three daya While at the llrooklrn Navy VarJ l'rrl- hurt. Washington. May a. The following Dewer Day In llinton. (lent MrKlnley Nenil u Very Flatter- and tho physicians are unable to acA Saloon Kruprr Kilted. Appointed Itoidmatter. Boston, May 2. Dewey Day was celis the dispatch of (ien. Otis announccount for his trouble. In? Cahlesmm to the Ailmlral. There are Ciiaiii.ksion', W. Va., May 1. Kussel May 2. II. M. strong suspicions that he was sandLkxinoion, ing the disappearance of Cupt. Rocke- ebrated here Monday by a display of feorvcr, a saloon keeper of Coalburg, Nkw Voiik, May 2. While at tho feller: llagn over the national, state and city Waite has been appointed roadmaster bagged. A post mortem will beheld. this county, was found dead on tho C. navy yard President Mckinley sent Manila. May 1. Adujtant General, buildings and prominent bushiest of the Lcslngton division of the Cinit 0. tracks Sunday with a bullet tho following cablegram to Adm. Washington cldcd to Death (.apt. Rockefeller. Uth in- houses and also by receptions held by cinnati Southern vice N. Bow en rewound in his body. John Kllllngor, Dewey: OwKNsnoito, Ky., April SU The little signed. Tho change will take effect fantry, missing since 20th ultimo, on patriotic societies. In many of the a mcrchatit of roalburg, has been ar.May 1. ISM. Mr. Waite is nlso superin- child of John Iletlin, while rolling .1 Dewey. Manila: On lino commanding battalion near Caloo-can- ; public schools there were appropriate Monday rested for the crime. It Is said hoop In the yard at her father's home, this anniversary of your great victory tendent of bridges exercises killed Sorver for paying too the people of the United States unlto ccen visited outposts l:U0 p. m.; not near Tellville. ran into a cauldron of since. Diligent sea i oh mado that Hemp Crop (lone. Track ttulker Killed. much attention to ICilliuger's wife. boiling lye and was so badly burned in an expression of affection and gratinight two miles to fro:tt uothing disNkw Yoiik. Mav 2. Charles Neyams Lancastf.ii, Ky., May 2. Hudson & that she died in a few hours. Later it has been ascertained that tude to yourself ami the bravo olllcers covered; no enemy in front. Search a track walker on the elevated railroad, Co. 'a large warehouse In this comity, the wives of Kllllngcr'and Sorver wcro nnd men of your fleet, whoso brilliant prosecuted ever since without success was struck by a train Monday and containing 200,000 pounds of hemp, 500 Louiivllln After the Knc.iinpinent. quarreling and their husbands took achievements marked an epoch In.'is-tor- y Private papej in his possession found hurled to the street many feet below. barrels of corn and much valuable Louisvillk, Ky., April :u A movepart. Kllllnger emptied both barrels which will live in tho annals of 90th ultimo, two and one-hamiles to Portlona of his body fell on passing machinery, burned with all its contents. ment Is on foot to secure the United of a shotgun In Sorvcr'a side, killing tho world's heroic deeds. front. Belief lost course and captured. pedestrians, several of them being Origin of firo unknown. Insurance Confederate Veterans encampment for him instantly. William McKinliiv. Louisville in 1000. 510,000, which will not cover tho loss Oll. bruised by them. old Kouml In Tiiiineit. tlen. Wheeler to Med Mr. (1. Y. Child. Hemp Market Ae'lve. A Wjillffe lllhle Sotil. Mnre storm Irtlm Mininon (or yecutor. .ToiirKlNHVIM.r:, Ky May L A Piui.AHKi.HitA, May 2. A dispatch Lkxinoton, Ky., April 20. W. J. Biiow.nino, Mo.. May 2. Francis Loni.on, May Bow lino GitLKN, Ky., April 28. Jas F.nglish gold mlnu asaylug S 10.50 per ton in from Washington states that lien. Loujjhrhlge Thursday put chased of gold and SlftO In silver has been dis- Wheeler is to marry Mrs. George W. Bible, known as the Hramhall manu- Jack and the child of John Sargeant M. Simmons, of this city, was Wednesscript, from the Ashburton inanu have died of InjuricH received in Thurs- day afternoon given the democratic Claude Itos worth 30.000 pounds of hemp covered on the farm of Jouj Livingston, Childs this month. The statement is scripts, was sold at auction Moadav at day's tornado. The other Injured per- nomination for stute senator in the at SS per ewt. This U tho first tim! at Wlllcppc, Tenn. Joe Mu Kinney, an mado iir .Mrs. Childs is Sotheby, Wilkinson ,fc Hodges fo' sons are Improving and no more are Eleventh district. Tho district is since 1S0I that hemp has reached th.j old miner of Jacksonville, Col., is push-lu- g the widow of the late philanthropist, S5 mark. 1,730. Tho market Is good. expected to die. largely democratic. tho development of the mine. and editor of this city. Farm Hand Killed by a Woiimii. The Second Inerea In Wane. of Mr. Morloa l'lace for a utliliu. I.lbrl biilt Agaliiat Senator Clark. Fire In I'lilnstoirn. Canton, S. D., May 2. -- Charles Mc Rkadino, l'a May 2. The second OwK.Nsiiono, Ky.. April 2S.-- A LAWitKNCKiiuito, Ky., April 23. Ben disIIuttk, Mont., May 1. Stato Senator SunAaroiML, Cal May 2. A Uro hero Cullouh. a farm laborer, patch front New York nnuutiti'.v.s the lias been increase for the year took place Mon- Selby, of this place, has been appointFred Whitesldo has tiled a libel suit Monday destroyed Chinatown, consum- Bitot and killed by Mrs. Kunico Brown day In the wages of Reading iron com- ed special ganger by the commissioner death of Mr. Moiton Wat. .ins, wife of ngaist United States Senator Clark for ing about fiO houses and causing a loss at ner rarnt south of this city. The pany's 2.SO0 hands from five to ten of internal revennr. His hcadqu.irtcrs a well known opw.p.ip t 111:111 and 100,000. The anlt grows out o! recent of 820,000. 0n Chinese was burned tu woman claims' MeCullotth assaulteJ per cent. The company's new furnaet will be in Chicago, 111., for which place former ics.dcm of this city Tut bribery charges, ilnath. ur.d she shot him in irjlf defense, '.'was Monday successfully set In blast he left Wednesday. fuuer.il will bo huU here Friday. :,., do-aid- Washington: Conference with the Insurant representatives terminated Saturday morning. Their request of cessation of hostilities for three weeks to enable to rail their congress to e whether to continue prosecution of war or propose terms of peace. Proposition declined ami full amnestj promised on si., endcr. Believe Insurgents tired of Aar but seek to tortus of peace through what they denominate their representative congress Oiih. Ma.mi.a. April 20. AdJ't (Jen. The congratulations of his excellency, the president, fur which all grateful, will bo conveyed as directed. -sc-?u- Tho full text of the dispatches from Urn. Otis aro as follows: Ma.mi.a, April 20. A jutant general - and asking an exchaugo of prisoners nd the names of audi as ho may have. It Is reported that tho insurgents have two ofllccra and 1(1 others, and it Is supposed that among these aro Menu J. a (illmorc and 11 men of the crew of the United States gunboat Yorktown, who fell Into the hands of of the Filipinos last month, when tho gunboat visited llaler, on tho east eoant of Luron. MaJ. Hell, with a squad of scouts has raptured the town of Macabcbc, about four miles southwest of Calum-pithe people ringing bells and shouting "vivas." Tho American nrmy is now employing Mncabcbccs Instead of Chinese, and they ato delighted to fret the .VJ cents a day, declaring their loynlty to tho Americans. MaJ. (Jen. Law ton is advancing, lie has organized a band of to scouts to go ahead of tho column. Tho band, which Is under tho control of W. M. Voung, an old Indian lighter, who killed five Filipinos last week, includes Diamond, Harrington, Somer-flel- d nnd Murphy, of the 2d Oregon regiment. Monday, tho anniversary of the battle of Manila bay was observed by tho United States Meet, the usual drills being omitted. Adm. Dewey had many visitors and the American and Itritish merchantmen dressed ship. t, tho Filipino commander, under a flair of truce, carrying money and provisions for American prisoners in his hands Manila, May 2. (Jen. has sent olllcers to Gen. Antonio Luna, r Ida., May 2.-- A mob of about Canyon creek, and came here, brinffj Ing with them 3,000 pounds of giant powder. One hundred and forty masked members of thu mob tiiudu an attack wltk Winchester on the buildings of the Hunker Hill and .Sullivan Mill mines. ' Pickets had been scut on ahead anil a signal shot from ono of them walk mistaken far a hostile demonstration'' Straightway tho strikers opened lira on their own pickets. Jack Smith, one of tho pickets, was killed, dim Cayrw was fatally injured. Cay no was X Hunker Hill and Sullivan mill iiiaa ami was carried olf by tho strikers. J .1. Rogers, a stenographer, was shot through the lip. The giant powder .. . ? . . nt.i...i uiio .i w.ii iiivuii-i-i i..... uvc mnsis. ny mc last of which the Sullivan mill was dh jB stroyod. After three hours of rioting tho mob boarded the train and steamed away; The employes have taken to the hills. Tin- cai'Mj of the strike walk the demand of tho 'inlon miners for moie wages and for the discharge of all men. The first request was gianted by tho initio owners, bul tin" second was refuted. S non-unio- rioting miners on a strike scicd a train at Burke, at tho head of 1,000 - non-unio- n M'ohA.NK. Wash.. May 2.- - Ccncial WHiiini0X May here from IllueflehU, Nicaragua, iBu.uc mat mc situation there, so fir is American Interests arc concern-e- i Is extremely unsatisfactory and disparaging. Jt is being impressed upon tie ofliclals here that persons hlgll In tic Mearaguan government arc pursu-Il- f a policy calculated very doll y to crush the American business Interests now of considerable magnitude In the Mosquito country. The reports are to tho effect that ctcrklncc the Clarence rebellion, some jars ago. tho Nicaraguan governnient Ms tieen jealous of the growing Im portance of the American settlements. nd the Iteyes rebellion recently scema to nave confirmed it in the determination to destroy the American influence In that section. ThcNlc.iragu.ins hold the American merchants responsible fur lieyes' rebellion. They have determined, according to the reports to impose upon these American merchants the entire expense to which the government was put In repressing the rebellion, amountitic to about SfiOO.000. This could not be done directly without a breach of Interna tional law, hence the attempt wad made to collect a largo part of It through a demand upon the merchants for a second payment upon Imports paid to the de facto government of Iflufflclds while lleycs was in possession of the place. The report shows that this government of Iteyes was actually dc facto In the full sense of bcr-tela, Ja3a'93 3 9fl 3 - - fl3 93 3 95 3 9 S - - - a53'9a 9 3 3 35 3 - 3 NEWPORT STABLES. STATEHOUSE in.ttil.-- a DESERTED.. In llorietiicu From the t'uiuphell County Track Now at Loulivllle loo lliinei Arrived from Mempliln, Tenn. Uov. Dudley ami I'arly I.rave Tor I'hUka- - I'ark to 1'artlclpati) 1 the .Monument Unveiling hero. Wash-ingto- n: governWnt'sTjnances. Over 700 horses are now at Churchill Downs ready for the spring meeting, which begins next Thursday. The track was a lively place all during Sunday and Monday It will be still more lively, as 100 horses arrived Sunday night from Memphis and about twice that many will reach here Monday. Sunday tho weather was fine for exercising the racers and nearly all the more prominent horses were out. Great Interest centered In Manuel, the derby favorite, is even Bob Walden, his trainer, was not certain that his horse would be able to htart in the star svent of the meeting because of his injured foct. Walden succeeded in getting ucli a boot as he wanted for Manuel Saturday afternoon, and the great Morris colt stepped a mile and a quarter in a:10,'f with all case. Almost svery one at the track, and there were hundreds of idle spectators watching the work of the racers went wild with delight over Manuel's performance. Ills Lordship, however, another derby candidate, went the same distance in 2:104, but was exerted, it seemed, much more than Manuel was Corsinc. the California colt, which Kd Corrigan hopes will win the derby, went a mile and a quarter, but. was not pushed at all, and no record of his work was taken. Fontalnblcu, another aspirant for the derby static, was out also, and the best he (ould do.was a mile and a v LotriHViLi.K, Ky May 2. The stato house is deserted. Secretary of Stato Flnlcy, Auditor Sam Stone, Register of Lands Reynolds Stato Inspector Lester and other minor oflicers left Monday for the Richmond convention, while Gov. Brndley, Adj't Oen. Collier and others left Tuesday morning for Clilckamauga park to participate iu the ceremonies attendant upon the unveiling of the Kentucky soldiers' monument on Wednesday. The governor Is accompanied by his daughter and Miss Mary Gray, of. Frankfort, atul Col. George R. Harper and Private Secretary Roberts, and travels In tho private car tendered him by President Fclton, of the Queen & Crescent. He was joined at Lexington by his staff in full uniform,' who occupied the private car of Col. Hara-haof the Illinois Central. The lieutenant governor arrived from Greenup Tuesday to act as chief executive during the governor's absence. n, FiiANKKoitT, Ky., May 2. i man-of-w- being-rapidl- y Law-ton- .j arff-ien- aide-de-cam- p, I .A SKS3.. .V" one-ec- nt I rep-resuu- Mcji-da- y nt ar S.'.5i.-SV,n- i:i self-gover- n I.SS1.-IIXS- . 1 - four-mul- rjt. y-- , Kill-lug- er W.u lf 4S semi-otllcla- l. " Kentni-klan- . hr A.- v., ai . Vt . l 1 j y V "T-s?uo- vyi f, ,? . . . II LOCAL NEWS. HICKS 1 WtiATIICIt FOIUXAST &' .J. .1 - fw ; or impossi- aggregated jJ3.554.50. Tho Guard re- - the late war were cent, or the total strength ot 3Bn Fine Furniture bility of handling it properly by ports tho probability of twenty new res tHJ men. Iho nerui'titngw'-L- : "N. Iili..liu l l,n nM..... .1.. .!,.T.,'7 rt army was the oause of not pre- idencui. " "U"UK '" -ftnnnX".' ". "" n rr tt.n f Special attention given to the elllntr of Kenl Kiitnte of nil kindnt in Southwest Kentucky. Cool serving it 10 wholesome condition. cil, At th montim'nr v." .t--lllr w ." iidvn ivur vcnn ii.x. Monday night, Mr. B. B. Sanders V ness and lightness is what isnetsl nnd represent a full line of tho beat and moat reliable Fire Itiaar-.nnTherefore, no one was distinctly leuuereu ms resignation us Councilman, TlIKUK can bo nn doubt tliM cu at tuts SCUM)!! wo have it n,.n Companies doluj: linsinena In thr StBte. and thut "Old Kcllahle" whereupon Mr. John W. iu handsome reed and rattan fur to blame for it. The report Is n elected by tno Hoard to 1111 Cowgill was Spain just now ban thu laugh In ti,'vi.i.'i'p f.n.i.' ivuiru vni? .nr .i.- -. ui...M out tho un. ' , " ?.? t ." .Vjr" . '" ,V, .,".,- -. nituro In beautiful d. signs, and , ' " " . us. The $20,000,000 she gets fnim T. condemnation of the Commander. expired term of .Mr. Sanders. 'nl14 t'k iiiiuij ii , ci TAwvr,wv'r iiiv iiinuinnuD iii iiiKiiinii nun iiuuii- covered in denim aud matting us for her reut Philippine insurty, anil is issuing- the cheapest And beat policy of any regular Life nnd sustains the Comfor cool etfects. Alittiocaro in makimrofCof. rection is the largest amount ever Insurance Company doing bnsiucaa In thla country. He aollclta teo is necessary, but yon cauuot exer-cismissary Department. your patronage. Call and see him. too much caution in tho selection paid by any country for protractThere appears to have been, of tho articlo itself. If you would hnvo ed troubles. from the beginning of the war, an Coffee thut is boyoud compare, buy onStephens & Smith. Opfickks have ugly feeling betweeu Gen. Miles ly Chase & Sanborn's Famous CoffoL'. ;the Filipino ranks been sent Into uum uui; V) u. juui;ii&.AA under a Mac of aud the Secretary of War, and "t',rtin the number Tho three eugagements hero, tins rtrU(!0 tn many believe those charges to be week, of tho Lester J. Smith Theatrical uameH of the American M. BRIGHT, DR. wcro right the outgrowth of this antagonism. and a onerc, with a proportion for treat to tho Dickson people, wholelmncc. Yotk-hop- e Some newspapers think that Gen. It ia suiiposed the hero Miles will be relieved of his posi This to have the troupeboly again soon , ,0W" f,'"0" nre iLl.i niii. lbu 0"'- of talented isa tiOD. artists, wno deserve tno best tutronai'ft l i"im",v"" of tho public Dickson Kuterjirisu. TllE German Kcichstnp Offlco over WlKon's Hook Store, Kentucky will have eleven appointed to studv Hip This is tho season of tho vear when Census Supervisors, one for each a fellow's fancies lightly turn toshtit. meat Inspection bill has decided Holcombu Hnilding, Congressional District. waists, sailor hats and ice cream. A that hogs intended for human eon- - HICZMAN. KENTUCKY. ll The. Republican State Conven- I' (.n; shirt waist,I.II1WI nIllilllU Mvifl, II sumption innsl be submitted to hngnt fs.t and jaunty sailor an tion will meet at Lexington, July hat is typically American, tho bewitchante. mortem and post mortem 0. II Monuis, Druggist. Moseow, Ky., examination. Dog lieali ia xzid. uanuiuates ror state oQl ing ndvauco agent of summer, tho sajs lies ells Plantation Chill Cure nnd Muds it suits his trade because it eradiof tho young man's heart, and tho cers are getting numerous. food in Snxonv. cates tho system of all malarial poKon, bachelor's delight. The man who dixs Mrs. Annie George who has not capitnlato at tho sight of a frcrh and ho guarantees it. Hakes, Mowers, Binders beeu on trial for the murder of shirt waist is Ot only to becomo nn ArcGeo. D. Saxton for several weeks, tic explorer or an ico man. Call and look ut my Implementa before buying. was acquitted by a jury at CanFT uLy Sale for Taxes. ftaT CUSTOM TIMDi;. ton, Ohio, Friday last, and was Hoen & Eversol, having bought tho released. She received the con- Hickman Roller Mills' anuounco to tho On MONDAY, Mny 8lh. 1899, It beloit gratulations of mauy friends. farmers that they specially solicit their the first Jay of Ihe My term of the Fill- trade, aud will do everything to merit The Missouri Legislature has their patronage. Givo ns a chance to Ion Counly Court, nl the court haunt dnor nuthorizeda bond issue of 85.000 prove this. Hoen & Evi:nsoi. lo ilickinno, Ky., I will xell to the lil?h. 000rbjthe oitv of St. Louis for For business nl hiMer, for cli, for lme duo tin say to tho the St. Louis World's Fair in 1003, vertisingasolicitor: man to goodness, ad,1'jtv of lllokmau, nnd coil of ikle, Ihe foU "Oh I no. and a vote nn a constitutional It's too dull to udvertLso now. Wait In HaEHkJBliacraaV n lowing ilf jcrltt-- renl amendment allowing the State to until times pick up a little," is equivatlir nsme of (! following pnrlles, appropriate 81000,000 for the lent to a very sick person saying to a l- - ou is niiu'd 10 cncn cm ior onin. physician: "Oh, no, doctor, I can't same purpose, J. J. C. BONDURANTlmHbotiRht the Grocery Slock of Alfred tnko any of your medicino now. I'm "Dlnnloii lifir, 2 lot.', Weat Hlckmsn, Dewey Day was formally cele- too sick. Wait until I got better, and J on McDanii:!., in tliu Powell Hlock, ami will continue businew at thut ,)ir. nn.l J'll n brated Monday at Chicago, Pliila then I'll tako it." Whou the patient HB A Klhr. Kph., lot W. Hick No. 23.1 4..K' btaiui. lie h n.s added largely to tho stock, nnd will keep equal to any W 4aT Jj4y r "Wlifc Murrell, K. S. 16 lot V. Hick., Nnn. delphia and other cities. In a gets well if ho ever does ho will uot in need Tho tunc 208 to 214. 2'JO lo 'Jfia, 252 to 259, less pronounced fashion the day be advertisoof medicino. need beststimuto is when the 17 DO of 109 nnd 4 of 200. aaK iTiK!lCwW?5lWSil?afc1 was generally observed elsewhere. lant is tho greatest, and that Is when 3.C9 lot W. Hickman, No C, jSraithwick, av mwmii iitifthiFi' TaarawAt Manilla Dewey's fleet suspend- business is dull. (OI)KKI) LlHT. Quality, Quantity, Prices anil. Variety, to select from. He solicits tho ed drill iu honor of the day, and Seventeen runners from below New Alexundrr. Allen I j ()h II. Hick, bl'k trade of hU patrons of former years, aiul tho public generally, promisall the British aud American Madrid, Mo., wcro arrested aud carrieii C 77 7, No. 201 nnd J at 203. ing to and all FAIR DEALING. ships iu the harbor were decora- to St. LonLs last weok, by n United llrown, Ann 2 lots E. Hick., block 0, fatates Marshal and donutics. to bo ar 3 18 267 Ami 2158, ted. raigned beforo tho U. S, Court on tho H UPFV H IlTvYST3PPBiiiEvaa1 CUrk. Jim 2 lots G A. Npi 68 CO. 6 20 A decision on a phase of the charge of cutting tho Mississippi leveo lot K Hick, bl'k 2, Odd well, Umlly 7 57 whiBky question that will be of below New Madrid. Tho story of their No. 286. 2.80 rnrtur, Amy 2 loin O. A. No 79, 80, general interest, was handed down offending is that they cut tho loveo in to allow tho hipo 231 Ilng, Geo 1 lol K. II blk , NoNo129 I 10 by the Court of Appeals order land. The sipo water to run off last week their 10 water had risen JaekBon. lot W. II in a case appealed from Mercer whilo tho water was high and there lullNo lot i: I jon, Font 1 lot Old li.if blk 4 130 198 2.H0 county. The question involved was no way for it to run out whou the No 3 13 I.o8, was whether the County Court nvcrweut down, except by tho slow Milner, Haok 6 IoIh K liiok. block 7, SCHASEkSANBORM 1 M3LBM process COO No 208 o 272. You 'an not IHIatftke had the riput to order an election ground. of percolation through tho McCuloben, Jennln 0 lorn K. Hlok,, on the liquor question in the city 215-20 16 to 203, block (I, 213 The demand for better roads bus of Harrodsbnrg within three yearB P!PiiiKBaL?Vi9LHikiiiiiiiV Mcdobrc. Taylorto lot51I'.. II. block, 4, becomo so general throughout Ken from the time a similar election tucky that there is good reason for be 4.40 No. 199, had been held in the county. The hoving that tho next sesiion of tho leg Shelbv, Clu 4 lota 0. A. Nus 31, 30, One of ita Btrougest l'olntaJa Ita 9 66 43 nnJ 44, vote was taken in the county De- islature will provido some means of lot C. II h'k 4. 215 4 40 Siyroore, Loul cember 5, 189G, and the majority relief from tho burdens imposed by tho 12, Hick. 3 ln blk 4, was against its sale. A vote was existing road taws, ana many candiI Tullv, Nnllinn 231. 4.95 No. 229, 2.10. dates aro basing their claims for votes taken in the city of Ilarrodsburg upon tholr advocacy or good roads. Few , Tallv, Gentry 2 lot K. Hlok , block 5, BttkeB BiROititH in 4 Mjnntei Lijrht Brewd in 40 Minnies, on May 10, 18118. The lower court of them, howover, seem to havo auy 3 CO No. 221 ami 222, Rnytug u ''MuioHtio" nientiH a lifetime of Bcsaotuieal Cooklnf S Iota E Hick, block VHiion, t'him held that the city could hold an dolluite Idea of tho provisions which ' 7.77 4 No 237 lo 212, election on the question at any thoy would embody in tho desired law, ' Buy h Cull ami Tliem. Wilkerrton, Felix lot C Hiok. blk 7, time independent of the county and in this connection it would bo 0 00 No. 206, . to study tho results prowell action, aud this judgment whs ducedfor them TOM DILLON, Jr., by Klmllar legiblatioa iu other 14 RITMU fiiin nnlv affirmed. M4-4tv i City Marshal. atatw. tamed. Newspaper readers hnvo Miss Hamilton, who had been visiting long since been persuaded that here several weeks. Mr. Jerry Malonn, formerly of Hick-mathere was an immense amount of but now of Union City, has takunwholesome beef furnished, that en charge of a htoro at Dyer, Tenu., for it made the soldiers sick, but who iuuifcuu oc xiuruy unit. -Jwas at fault about it was not so City .no scenery ami stage effects in tho Hall have been recently overhauled clear. This Court of Inquiry ex and and the general appearpress the opinion that the beef ance of tho stage greatly improved. Tho public sale of town lots in the was furuished in good condition, Fowler addition to Fulton, last week, will be depressed ceneral , -- Binco wieRoou weuuier nas mienr i ;eter Hln0 wide reituhli.g Hi on HI)(j up tlit turmcrs have gone to work with will appear on aud touching a vim. lUtli to Mill. A reautlnnary ills Kallroail Time Table. Mauv a man loses a job trying to turbiiuce renters on the 17th K support the dignity ho thinks ought to 13th. More marked storm con N., 0. & St. L. R. K. go witli it. tious will develop at this time, a (I cTiir. Ki.M.HT a.Miv nAni'.i LKAVKS: AlintVKHt The Christian Church First district Train Nn. M at :'l" p ui. Train No. M, TslS a m. meeting will bo held at Clifton, May t no moon tieiug on tno equal t Received Every Week!; Tralu No. J, at 'iMp. m. Train No. 4, 2.ft in nn the l!Hh thu warm wave aiil 23d and -- Mrs W. G. Millard and children, of electrical storms will hardlv rea Union City, are visiting relative iu the their crisis, or subside, before t Gen. Miles Condemned. IP dale. Very cool weather com city this week. Jlj on the heels of electrical etorup, I iii, Kov. W. W Homer will attend the The Wade Court of Inquiry, Southern Baptist Convention at Louis- during thu last half of May. ipe charged with the duty of investi- ville next week. IMltJtSGIHTM. temperature will fall low onnu gating the charges made by Gen. Capt. J. D Hudgins, the old clerk for snow squalls In the Nor Miles, the Comroauder-iu-Giiieof of Graves conuty,, is usslsting Circuit with heavj frosts ,?,!:!: Iwo Soils With ed hull storms are the United States armies, which Clerk Morris iu the court this week. r .. .i Iu nil nffmy nt Oceoln. Ark.. Ilov tno Venus periods, aiiiv en were in' pubstance that onwhole-som- I Lambert was (.hot nnd killed by Rich much warmer and threatening. But A Single Thought, beef hud been famished for Perry. Tho ilifliculty arose over Ho. food to the soldiers, that much of The Marshal's snrle of city property Southern Hupiist ami Auxiliary L'iji it had been thrown away ns pu- for taxes, its advertised in tUo Coi'iukk, Tcntions, will take trid, and (hat some of it had beeu Mouday. place at tho court house, next Louisville. Ky., May 18W. "embalmed," or chemically treat- ror mo noovu occasion an couin The contractors commenced work ea, "expenmeotinB" to preserve on the now 0. 1. Church. Monday, and agents of tho Mobilo & Ohio Uniln Jti will sell ret'mi it, has mude its report, or verdict, we learn tho butldiug will bo pushed at rate oftickets to Louisville andfare L one limited rapidly to completion. trip, on May Sth to lath in which they claim that General the round Mrs. J. W. Roirtrs is vkiMiiir in Miles' charges have not beeu sua Uniontown, Ky. Sho returned with elusive, limited for return passage tollC days after sale. ior exact rates, ti Hicks sums up tlio weather f as follows: KVKItYTIIIXU H u See the 6 nnd lOo counters nt A in n rue u tow imromottT vi; Shaw's. rising tttinpeinture, ending wi j'NicQ and Clam, Mr. D. B. Bryant, of Fulton, wns in storms of wlui, tlitiniler liixl ra Fresh and Cold I town tills week. may tmttirally bo looked for l)r J. H. Luton, of Fulton, was in most Hcc.tiuiifl mi one or more the city Monday. the four first iln.vs of May. Chan Wc can fnrnbh yon with everything needed to build with Valker,.of Clinton, was to much cooler weather will in the city" Monday. tt low tliesn diaturoiinccH and In Old papers for sale at this otlleo nt for two nr three iIiijh. From t AM. I'l.tVOUS, PRICES, VERY LOWEST 15 cents per hundred. 7th to Dili look for reaction , Mr. John lWlitim, latoof Fnltou, is very much warmer, with fnlli in the city this week. barometer ami more qtorms Fit U IT X HOT A It. Next Sunday will bo missionary day rain, hall and thunder in many Rough Lumber, rilOSlMLVTKS, utilities.. One or two nights r in all the Christian churches. Dressed Lumber, ioi:s. Doors nnd V inflows, probable frost will result in In How do you expect to keep np with S.wh and Blinds, ' tildes northwaid, about tboOlh IrCRUSHKI) FRU1T3 times if yon behind the ao? the Shingles, Nulls, change to wHrli Miss Mary Noonon has returned lOih, but marked Builders Hardware, nnd LtiMON'ADIS. er will (liiieklv return. A remmr P.vlnts and Oils, from a visit with relatives nt Fulton. ALL AS t m nt i ritt tiii ii til ltd ii nt ri nn it Lune, Cement tmd PlnMcr. : -- Mr. "W. W WeHster. ot the Mos-!". , .. -- .'" .." 16 h he .q AS jgg q Lot us figure with yon. j cow ne.ghborho.Kl, was in town Monday j THEM. period will develop a voty hi h' lTenchhiKut the (Jhristiun Church icmpcmturu for the season ofr P. &W7S. a I'Hi'.aii surri.Y ov jM.mii mm auiiiiiiy uiku u) cm. ,v. o. m()H, f ,(, ooutri.. The baroll Going to Build ' Qireuo I coming. Whoopoe Mny This Spring? Spring Opening! HIGH-CLAS- ISeda Water, COCO-COL.A- S ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN SPRING AND SUMMER DfQSS Good NOW ON MY COUNTKUS. My purchases thLs soanon nurpasscs H other iu HICUNE9S. VA HILTY and STYLK. The pntterus nwunrimo, nnd irft of duplication. My shelves are crowded with thft world's trot, latest and lovvlienl productloiu. Aiuouk the ni-- I "' - ..... .:.... 1 1 I L Ellison NOVKLTIBSurw these: fr Loiv nay's Devon Pique, Chocolates, - I I i mw Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity, Lucerne Checks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, And many Others. I hnvo f '"Si; tho prettiest stock of FILKH for Shirt Vf Hints ever nhown here. Also. WASH HILKS nnd 8ATTIXS. I have added to my stock, Ready-Ma- de Ladies' Shirt Waists, g e which are so much in use this eason. They nro bought direct from Iho manufacturer, nre iterfix't-rKtinnnd very eheup. IP WHITE .'A'CM'S'-- A tuuke them only I 2Ac lot of thwe. cheaper thnn you enn each. hrsi-clas- s Wkmm 'JJVW playing the most unique aud stock of cordially invite everybody to call and examine mr entire stock, aud compare qnalitv and price. ets, time, aud full information apply nearest station agent. n, ed a proclamation unking Oqvknok Stephens Kill has is VW''WWW'W vi HEAL ESTATE ND INSURANCE AGENT. .',"''.' d feH. 0. AMBER O. ers. the pt pie of the btatc to contribute tho fund for the relief of I North Missouri tornado suffi B. r m! ml that thought was that wo are dis Deaths from all causes 0.11)0, durl bat that the climate and L' j r i """' I mittihi " i.. "" f, o ( W. high-tone- d PHYSICIAN. Si. 3STL IUckmau, C3--. TI K5Ii3VC Keatucky, I rnrn-mitte- e Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultiva- I dar-Hu- g eoiu-inn- n tors, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, and Hay Buckeye Porks, 4c miwi7i J I H la BSSlH IMsftars Resumed Business! C, ! ftt, inifi-me- J Ji IL BONDURAMT I m wiwmm&M VynJi JWwSXl''artvSi 1 1 Grocery Establishment I 1 (1 1 D-- 1 - 1 "Majestic" Cooking Ranges, The Best in the World Hake 1 I 1 la Baying One af tiiese Ranges t IN THE USE OF FUEL! Tm'1I Other I SJsTbI iTSTlmS Wll HIIIUM 1 ECONOMY 1 i:niuine v 9 ;f. .4. -- j5ta. ipt HMJpX1fl)1& n if J, Ka HV JV' ' . - ! ''''UcifcyrfgTiC rT - ., s ' v u 3m ' V'mJBI i V V V THE HICKMAN COURIER, (leorRO x 4k Mini Killed. A dlnicnlty occurred helwvcn two men, employed ut Walker te KUImmi's mill, on tlio Lake, in Obion county, Snmliiy, iu which a Air McOltirowasl killed hyamau by tlio nainu of Oald well. These, tnon limt been ut out for koiiio weeks, which culuiiiiiiteil aumluy by t'lililwell Ktr'.kin McOlnro on the neuci Willi n MliiKlPtrev. wliich killed . .....1 ..1 Ul... iiiiiiimi. !... ....!.. 'V.. urrcs; iiiui nun iiiMJiiiuy. ii been iiuulu up to latest ndvlcos. 1 MMMMaMMMMtaMaaMttMhMMMtfHMMMI XKUKU II VNfli:i AT OSCEOLA, AKK. Council rroectMlIuij. SUKIIMCIMI IN TIIK KhOMUKK. Mrontcst American kfrjkftf Wrren. MAY C, 1600, UIOKMAtt, KV., ftMDAY, '::.: "Thin l(o ( not nil sniiKliine, Nor I it yet nil showers, Jlnt storms aril eidum itltcrtinto. Ah storms ninoiiK tint flowers, Jiul while wo seek tlio r((H, Tliu MtontiH full oft we wan ; fcit ill lot Rrt. though us, 1U happy as wo can." tlioy-vvonn- d 0 lonvt-r- t Hi end I ftik: "WW Qnwniwaru nt Siuw's, Huml tlicXJouudl proceediupi. 'I'lie (Jem CliTjm of flip Season. Tuno up the IhliUo It'n picnlo time. Circuit court U In session thii week. Coojier & Co'r mIiow gnv two ikt II011.W. A. Tyler was in Fulton Sormuiiccri yesterday to koj1 hounoH, the Htut week. Iiow liuf t nlKlit pl.iyniK to a full limwo WUdoin Lt tlio knowledge of other tent, mtlirr :iud u uioro doliKhtnl jkm)1o'm mitt alien. nndleneo it would lw hard to dud It K full lino of Groceries ut wiw nil K'H"I 'i'hn nrrolutio featH wero SlIAW'H, especially Jino. thofllitck mid tiRht wtro bi'ing The Liwlwdl fever in has jH'rforiiiitnuevJttp.iiieit) the best eerKeen The KrfuriiierK eenn d Kouu into Juocuom desueltud. nothing but nnwile and hiiitiouiueHH, Tlio iulvertiemttit iu tliis luu afford oiid the Ajiiirican tiairof ihiIl ivrfonn- on ticiriK Pxceptiuunlly gixxl. The some very ititerestuiK reading. work is up-tdate, the lady und 1'lnnt shade tree, slirnhl-erand K'outlenieu performers beiu vxh rtH, flnwcni nud thu beautify your prem. while tho head b.il.itieer in u uctu. Tlio lv. coi:curt w moro than ordinarily excelattention Jm BmtIiiIHiuw'm. to Hardware lent . Cooper & Co. kIvo every one NiwhviDu American. shelf K'HXl" at Th .Burdwell Star, always favor-liiIloir The) Cuiiglit 'Km. homo enterprise nud Improvements, Li now nrgiug waterworks. A Rood ntory in now helm,' told Dnsine win Terr good with the on MeHi-rH- . Sum Iluijli, John ICel-noIncnl merchant A wx Saturday. iitiil Mill Walters, who rotini' niuiiy etmutry people went 'in town. ed two or three iIiivh Hlncu from i Snrliin lioniodoMiiliiK I still in Lake, The party went in the rity and Mime husband Heelfool there on it fishing trip und npuut have to sit on the parlor doors to Test fonr or flvodu.VH. I'wo or three thulr weary HiiiIh. diijn uftor their departure Ihey Tim Courier aeknowledpH the And 'box of ddlclom strawherrieii, hnniu aliippod about 73 potiuda of litdi Thrown, from Hulton County'11 lK,t truit liotnc. limn, I). W. Dickinson. The diiy tollowiut; they Rhipped Chiiift n wife h never een by, Kl poitiulH here. The next diiy -IIter hiu.Knnd N'fore niHtrince. In thi they relumed. It has leitked out country Rome wivitt seldom net) their from ono of tho parly limt they hnubntids after tnarRito. fulled to catch u ilsli. Tho llch Tho fiMt (mow of tho pnit winter they nent homo uont thetn ( couit Ml on Oct (Ith, nml the lust on April I. pound. mil wero naught by Home 'Tlilii iiiftken n HTiixl between of lx litdiermoii who hud it eontriiel to mouth), lacking otrty twoduyn. furnish tlioHoiiy tribe to Mem Dr. )J II, Cnvltt Ii.ih dechled to hny phis (Inn itt fin per pound. In orpmiMTty and locate in Hickman. He der to not fiMh to neiid homo they U n Hjileudld mnti, one nil our people like, and will bo welcomed by ul) c.Iiim-in- . raiceil the prioo one cent on tbo pound. i'nd ucah HeuiHtcr. The lit. Rev Thomrw U. "Dtulley. U'lieiiT iraiilcd. HUhouof tho nio'efo of Kentucky, will Ho-& Kvetol auuotiiicu that thev jirench nt tho I'pIcop.il Chnrch, Tlick-limSundny, Muy 7th, morniiy,' and are iu tlio market to buy wheat, nml will p.iy tho hiKlHyt market pi ioo, in nifrht. any quantity, niuall or lnro Ioim. Ring up TO when you want Hor.x A: 12vku.hol. . KruitH. XutB nud frwUKolI. MUUliElTlN mTssouki. Cnndlen. The TirtwiKct of the new lnveo nml with Moprnoli uuil tolotiltouu .A hrutnl murder wnit ooimnitted frnllrult in wervlco, ttuttiiiK new lifoin Tlntoii near lulden, Mo,, ono night IiihI ille, and they are building new itrcrti(, otorcn and reiddcnocn. week. Jim. June Tettiilon nml Tlio Commercial Clnbof Pnitncth four children wero murdered nnd 1im lTi.rtll nnlque enterfiinmctit ,l0 jIOU8e PHl on fire to hide tho lur'"" iid!mVof " " and ktnlbir Co""j ' to neeue and Lkilt Taylor U to premde. voroil the crime nnd -- Ono old lumwith no .nil feathen,! UnnniihliinrirfiiVlnentitlinfpimUtlilOUIIl IIVOIIIIC lllllll IIHIIled J, H. . .' . . . . ixMwtH'ti me oot ni iiciKiitxirH, nt tim let talon. ste;i sou of thu murder .ne.iwm of tho year. Hettor lnKt yonr ed woman, lyini; on the (.'round chlckeni or nhut them up. Homo diatauce from the house, up ST'Try n barrel of Krin Lime nnd parently iiiicoiihcIous, nud bleed-Inj- ; tttar Cement from Iniom A: lloor.iti. from Huverul mouimIh on tho None U'tter. head und hands. They pluked him Tho cost of n railroad ticket from up and found that he was feigning Hickman to OharloAtou, S. (J , to attend iiiiaoiiscloiiHiieHri und they took 'Confederate and return, is him into etiHtody, Feeling niiioug 9IA.X. TicketM en xale May hth, Plh tho nemlihors grew ho Mronyly 10th, with tlual limit May'ilFt. nnd ML'iiliiHt him deem.11 Hk-kma- 1!01ouoh Umidl(ir')l.(0. l'iiironl,0 homo iiidii.stry nud n;ivo from 20 to liOo on tlio dolliir, ut tlio Now City I'nkcry, fir 2kj. . tni-jh- o o r pro-irrw- n I A dinpntoh from McniiliiD,Tciin, HtCKVUM Ky. NUy M, J803. tinted April 30th, tny Hint Win. CtanrU mot In rnUr cfmIoi) l'c. Mt, Mayor negro, wns lynched ut If lli'i, Woarn )lll,,j Councilman niliuon, Sees. tMlThomji.tnu Tb mlmiifK of the o'clock Sunday morning at Oeoeo ImI meeting nere la, Ark., n short distance above' lt;l,pro.,t fttiilnlcned 1 " lloihi ncoouiiia er prfHtilfJ, Memphis, becnuso ho hud burned tmrtrlv nrptjtl) blc'i,oii moilon, pr lloH nud clieoks onlored lus.l for the it barn. dSKIUJl. ; Fanncrn nenr Osceola have been I' Itinnnn. for nower pipe. Jlf,7 32 for Home timn losing their bartiH ,?"M"llnlf '" "kM. 3 00 by incondiary nren. Two months The Mi Outohen, ureal work, eio, 39 70 K'iit of VVm,r PUnt tun a barn helniicini; to Wade V'nvl Hie followinc and Uirhl month report for n('r( Qtiiuu, iirnmliiciit farmer, wni T In TreBurjr April ? SS CO burned. Last Mondiiy, Sees wntf Amllcollected in April, J.t, 31)1 67 nrrosled for the crime on Infor Totd SM0 57 tnntion furnished by his wife. H 'n t pulil out In April, 278 00 was taken to another town by (lis Bl. In Ireimtiry My lit, f 171 gj Sheriff bo as to avoid tho mob! The City TreMiirr lint last Friday he was brought lm report for April- preenld the foU buck to thu Osceola jail. g tlKSKHAL ACCOUNT. Latu Saturday night a moll gathered in the jull yard and overj To Ul pr Mircb report, 3:l8 C'l 10 20 They took Ain't recM of W, I,. McCutclien, liiMM'fed tho jailor. 39.40 roniT Amtrcodof Tom Dillon; jr., from his cell, nut Sees urouiid his neck and throw (Iim J 168 20 .. other end over the limb of a "J". Dy clucks, &c, pntJ iu April, 310 85 atnoro ttce iu tho yard. Soob, af SI 2 35 ter being strung up, was ueked tn IM. Muy Ut, ITH ND MflllT no.tD ACOOCNT. confess, but relused to iidmit that: pfr Maroti report, ho had burned the barn. The mnl To ov(lr-(f 31 29 SHUjO then pulled him clear off tho! " inieresi pairt It April, ground again and this time ho confj Total ot rdrnft, $11129 Ichm'iI. lie Bald lie wan not paid CITT MAtL xrcOCNT. to burn the barn and had applied'; To ld 47.80 fr Mivrcb report, the torch "just for meainif-ss.Am t recM of V. L. McCutclien, 25.00 Tho mob then strung the negro up to the tree and left him hang , 72.J9 64.00 lug. A placard was pinned to bin By cbk und InterMl pld, coat reading : Bd. on hsml May lt, S18iji " I'lils Ih tlm ttennltv for barn. No cbanire in Colleire Bond account i btiriillig." nuce last report. Tho lynching Is tho result of tlio. w C. Jr.iBnN, City Trraa. discoyury on the part of tho citi-j Tb Clly Clrk reported tbni he hud zensofOceola thai thero oxist plrl the N C k Bi. L ItilroHd i'MM, in that neighborhood n bund ofi frelnht on ewer pipe, April 17th. On notion, iiecro Incendiaries, a worn to burn Ut tbu check whu ordered iteued to him mount. tho barns designated by (bei On motion A. A Jons irn relened chosen leadeifl. fiom payment of ll mx for 1893, be tn-- ii 11 iii!' 1 11 8ixty prospoctorfl have Jnut nr rived nt Seattle, Wash., from the Klondike country, bringing a fearful tale of suffering on tho trail Uvery one la suffering from frost or scurvy. One had both legs frozen off. Many had missing limbs. The prospectors say that many dead bodiea were found on the trail. The reports of tho gold finds nre alao discouraging. While some hate made rich strikes the groat body of pooplo have nothing to show for their toil and Buffering. B - The largest mule that walked on American soil ts hejtr or was reoently the property bf ono George U.. Johnson, a far taw? liviiig a few miles oust of Honey Grovo, Texas. His oialeahib t exactly 1J hands, of 6 feet 2 irJCh es in height, being 7 A- -i Inchei Higher than the fatuous Los J?ecoi (Old Mexico) mule, which was ad widely advertised in 1800-'D- 1 af being tho most gigantic specimen of the mole family tho world bat ever knotfn, The Honey Grove" mule In not slim nnd raw bonedj but Is built in proportion to hid AN effort is being made at New height, welching 1,019 poandet--S- t. York to consolidate the peanut Louis Republic. industries of the United States into ono large corporation with DEvteY day was widely obi err eS.OOO.OOO capital. ed throughout the country, vf $fc&&4W & 11 Shoes! SarWf Bool I lace x-. Shoes! Have you seen . . THE 1 i t 1 11 r. " ffi Iclia " RHM & ii 'i-a- -y t, J) j'Uiriowc IUt t I t and AT AMBERG'S? "Sm ''Up-to-Date- Oxfords 11011 HIUII 1'IIICKS IN PROSPECT. H 11 Councllmnn 11 n, The impression appears to be1 liir tioiaiuaied to fill t tic unexpired term gaining ground daily that wheat of Mr Sndcrn, wai uninimouiily elected the acjnrv, Mr. appenr-twill bring a good round price next! 611 open Council anil Cowgill of officet in the oath year, in huh ouitcai lensi. iiiero fie duly administered to blm by Major is at present a moro appalling Ullon Councllmnn Cowglll wan appointed a bread famine in Russia than nn.v neinler of the Street Committee, made on record, and the Ozar's subjects tiexnt by Ibe resiguatlon of Connciluiau are dying from Btnrvat ion in great 5nder. On motion, Council adjourned, I ip tendered, nd on motion ta tccrpled Mr John W. CnwfiiU be Tlierelciiiion re'ldeul l that time. 15 Well, they arc Beauties, and acknowledged by all wearers the most iierfect-flttirtShoes on thu market at the preseut time. ?r After you have giveu duo consideration to this superb Hue, wo should like to lutrodudo to you our ' ,. l of Mr B. Satulerg n "GOLD CERTIFICATE" SHOES marvels of Heanty, and worth n great deal moro thau wo are asking for them. Onr lino of OMENS' SHOES- - in every respect. In fact, wo have Is cornpleto and every thimr lu tho Shoo lino tho most f ustidioua ould desire. 1 uutiiOerri. UL Ure.-vd- - J M. nihlori !"' ''... . 8'he old weather projilietw aro n dry itumtnor. Thry nay tho rainfall U alxiut the name every year, nud that no much Ills fallen the p:mt winter that it rtoeauH leave much water to run thmuK'h tho nuiumer. The nownpap"rH nre iublihlni:pn-nationa- l ileum of n Niiit instituted by (Wild mil) Kvaiift. for llbol iu 'the nnm of $10,000. against Kid. J. N TInll, editor of the RaptLst Fliijr, iu the jj "m. It moral drama, at City Hall, 'Thin company iflcoiiiiKfced of onr nelh-lorn- , Indies nud frentlemen of high talent hm in twin, nud hih nociul tan(!lnB. We hope thoy will have n full house. ISditor Ed. Walker, tho popnlarcnn-dldntfor Stato Senator, was on hand "Monday, cocked and primed to ornto, but bin opponent not belnu priwent, ho KTacelully declined to tire hid lieavieMt rTiinti, nud only (nihil rciI in a few vichochete Hhota. All this aside, lie made n very popular impression with our people, 'Arlington Ncwh : C. O. Hnrp nnd GeoiRO Witty, of 'Milburn, aro ut tho Mcheino to run nn eleotrio 'head 'of car liuo from Paducah to llickiunn, touohiuK at Milburn, ArlliiK'ton nml other intormedinto poiutH. Such n line would be n irront holt) to tho truvolini: publiw, nud it U to bo hoped that tho gentlemen win micceeo. wo Rulwcriptions nre bomg Kolicited from pooplo who llvo along tho propos-o- l t. nivet. that no nucli Hitlt liaslaen filed. inny be lntw on. Mr. nnd Mr. Lester J. Smith nnd company, will prodneo their famouh plny "A Dlxlo CaKO," n innulfcHtly Fulton Circuit Court. Investigation o pri-Tut- o man enlists and marches tween Etl B. Walker, of Olinton, the baud plays Marching HiidJnmes D. Watson, of May-friThtoiigh Georgia" and when ho Is growing warm. The nomcomes hack it plays "When John, inating convention will be held at nie O'miioh Marching Homo" but Fallon, May 23. Graves county when tho colored man marches tins twenty-fou- r votes while Hick-mnnwny tho hand plays I Don't nnd Fulton have only sevenCure II You Xever Conip Hack," teen. To win, Walker must hold and when he docs return that hia own and get into Watson's that thuoflluers same baud says "All Uooiis Look terriiory for a few votes. Padu-raed K iiccesnary to take him away Alike To M? Exchange. News. und ho vriiH curried to Cairo, 111. anil afterwards to St. Lou in. Tbeovldunoo iigulnstyouuu Tet talon is strong itud the ut line was r.'j A hloi dy pookol it horrible ono. knife in his pookol told how the x slight wounds had been iuUlcted upon himself for tho evident purpose of deceivlni: the imbliu. Tettaton says that ho went to to Intvo it see his with her of a Hint which "xNw IT CO she hud brought ajjaiiiHt him us CO CO m administrator for moneyH elm CO claimed duo her n mo tinting to ftz CO 87,OOd; that whilo ho sviin thore CO two moil came into the honsn with CO drawn rorolvers, demnndud the ca money ho wiih about to give his and when ho refused U.1 cxz to give it up thev bogau shooting, olaiuiH to lmvo beoti out otu. II 0 about tho hond and left for dead, & but tliu story Is not credited. a way d, n 16th, limited for return piavige to May 2.'nU. 1S99. For tickets, tinio and full A Oolokkd mnn in Mt. Ster ! leforinatiou apply to nearest station ling tho other day, was asked why; acent. he did not enlist in tho army a nil bo n patriot. Ho said, when a TnE race for 8tnto senator be- W. L McCuTcnrv, C. C. even should the cereal orop of Russia be prolific tho broad shortage ih necessarily bound to bo Aiunal Convention Travelers' Pro uonte. There is goueral complaint! tective Association, ot a sparso stand or wheat thro1 JCy"., Maj- - lC20th, 1B99. out Kentucky. Anil It hns been above oociunou all conpon said that corn will bring better & Ohio of year limn usiini. wnne awitsK(.n tho Mobiloriilwillo Railroad tigures next ,n t!oVnta tn nud ro cattle Is out of reach of even tho turn, at rate of ono s limited faro for tho round trip, on May lCth and speculation gr:tr.ers In price. llrbt-clas- It is estimated that f, Attest, )&c$1Hte& M. C. AM BERG. ivN Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE 1 1 1 I AND TO GET . . "A 1 l GOOD FRESH BREAD GO TO THE white New City Bakery. Bread, Cakes and Pics Baked Daily I HEADQUARTETtS Tropica! and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. h The Shoe t Store! ICIIIIHIItHMMMtMM and RESTAURANT in counectiou. Como Sco Us I VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS served Telephono 09, from our Arctic Fount. stop-niolhu- r New City Bakery, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. 1853, EHTABIilSHED ( Snccior to step-mothe- OS TOM DILLON. W 1-t- e Sr., Prop'r, Ramtge, dee'd,) ,l!'V'!ji.'t k iKw Ohio Forward ! Hoi-coiiiI- BEST QUALITY! dan-Kcrot- )Hii Wm p Q :C mar Die ana uranue wouumeuw .v-ri w a. rt3, a. tct rx , v. J.. ,3 ,, n. ji tt .!. C. r 1- - -- - 11 All persons indebted to O. A. aro notified that they mnst coma forward and settle. Delays urn Verbuin S.inientl. , Our m $3.00 ITand-Sewed Shoes ior Men! The Excelsior. 10. STOKE WORK of all IRON FENCING, &a, t Kinds, v- &ef unucr-iHtnn- d -- national bank bill, so closely does tho spurious engraving Imltalo Shoe down at Shaw's now?" tho genuine. The operations of Jouic "No." Mr. W. M. .Jacobs, of Smith. "Well they nro, nnd soiling tho smooth them mighty cheap too. Any kind of n Lancaster, I'enn., with his bogus 'Shoo yun wnnt from tho cheapest to revenue stamps, lmvo 'become of tho best." national Interest, for cigars, illo Thu Oouimkr haw been inrninlicd gaily stamped lmvo penetrated to "A Story of tho Lnto War." tlTo plot of every oorner and cranny of tho which hi wol) conceived, tho thought .country. Tho government loses ' nnd Houtimont well expressed, written $1UD,000 by Mr. .Jacobs' shrewd. by Mhw Jessio Reeves, it 18 year old Counterfeiting usoh tho young Ubw, whohO p.tronts Iio noar netfH. Cayco, this Oounfy. but wo regret Hint wires, railroads, etc., to farther it is much too long for tho Cotntimi iu its ends, nud whorens It wits uluin tho crowded Htnto of our advertising Hilyexocutod and easily detected, rollouts now. by culling to its aid modern columns. Tho composition Jnnon ercait upon mim ueoves. mm 1i11.,AiI1 it nii nine tlm WrlU with proper cultivation nud mining ', ludfuredt ia beaded off. iHAruturo-iiouiiio origut. Smith. "Dirt yon know Uioy'ro soil-lu- g u rooto. clandestine flue art. Tho eye and feel of the skilled Treasury expert call hardly nnwdotoot thu iiaw in the illegal Treasury nolo or tho UOUNTEUI'kitino to day is a 0 m They're Welt. Heavy or LiRht Soles. They're EujdUh Ulaekor Chocolates, llright orBlacklyeicts, uew'Toes. Uaok-Staj- Siokman, Ky, Ths Goiaacko. Tho Regent. Iredferd & Regers TheyVo all 'King qtiolitus all Loughs from 5 to or moro, you got a Widths C to K. With oaoh Purchaso of V-PHOT- $1 00, BUTTONS Wo do tho rej.t. or any member of yonr fundi), orswootheart, if yon like. I. Up r-w WAKT TO SELL.YOIT GROCERIES, Weesh Meats, Hardware, I i Don't forgot to call for your ticket. Rosodalo makes tho Ruttous. mtvm m m Queesmro, V J CASH j BIIOE 'y STORE, RICE s in. h mar - i fll VBL ' ATYOURV rff. Hay, Oats, Bran, Xime, and Cement. pooiu A.PRIOBS WILL PLEASE YOILu . I uTAj 4 ,1t. 'VJi. MoO T ,1 w , ft V them and cried: "Let ut drlnlc drink to the everlasting prosperity of the liquor trafliel Here's to woe and dm ness and murder and death! Drink! Dr. Talmagc Preaches of the Evils Drink!" Oh, my young friends, I want to tell , of the Liquor Traffic you that there Ik a point in Inebriation beyond which if u man go he cannot In nn Klniitiptit Sermon lip Depict. stop! Hut sometimes a man will he more frank than that. A victim of the IruiiUirtl' Woe Thr Hum strong drink said to a reformer: "II is I' mil' Ml. Ion Id In Ue- realize It Impossible for me to stop. Irtiy All (Jooil. Hut if yon should tell me I couldn't have night unless I a drink until Copyright, 1S3D. by Louis Klopschy y: April 30. had all my fingers cut ofT, I would At this time, when tlic evils of the Miring the hntehet nnd cut them oil".'" drink lrnflle nrc liclng widely discussed had n very dear friend In Philadelphia and the movement for the abolition of whore nephew came to him nnd was tlic detruding mid brutalizing canteen talking about his trouble ami confessed in our military camps is gaining tunny It. He confessed he could not stop. .My Biipporteru, this bcrinon by Dr. friend said: "You must stop." llesaid: dealing with the broader nspeets "1 can't stop, if there stood n cannon, of the plague of Intemperance should and it was loaded, and there was a glass of wine on the mouth of the can, cheer and inspire the friends of tems perance everywhere. Ills text is non, and 1 knew you would lire it otr 11:0, "And there shall be a great If I approached, 1 would start to get cry thfoughotit nil the land of Kgypt." that glass of wine. 1 must have it. I This was the woist of the ten plagues. can't get rid of this habit. I can't get The destroying nngel at mid night nvvay from it." Oh, it Is awful for a flapped his wing over the land, and man to wake up and feci Hint ho Is a there was one dead in each house. La- captive! hear him soliloquizing, savmentation and mourning and woe ing: "I might have stopped three through nil L'gypt. That destroying months ago, but I can't stop now. Dead, nngel bus lied tlic earth, but a far worse but not buried; am a vvalklugeorp.se. lias .come, lie sweeps through these I am tin apparition of what once was. cities. It is the destioying angel of I' am i caged immortal and ray soul fttioug drink. Par wor.se devastation beats against the wires of my cage on wrought by this second than by the this side and heals against the wires of ilrst. The calamity in America worse my cage on the other side until there than the calamity In Kr ;.t. Thousands is blood on the wires nnd bloo mi the of the slain, millions 01 the slain. No soul, but can't get out. Destroyed uritliinctio can calculate their number. without lenicdy!" Once upon a time four fiends met in Again, the man sutlers from the loss the lost world. They resolved that the of usefulness. Do you know some of the people of our earth were too happy, men who have fallen into the ditch were mid these four infernals came forth to once in the front rank in churches and our earth on embassy of mischief. The iu the front rank in reformatory Insti one licnd said: "I'll tnke charge of the tutions? Do you know the.v once knelt vine,) aids." Another said: "I'll l..Jc at the family altar aud.oute carried charge of the grainflelds." Another the chalice of the holy communion on said: "I'll take charge of the dairy." sacramental das? Do you know they Another said: "I'll take charge of the oiico stood iu the pulpit and preached music." The four fiends met in the Hie Gospel of the Son of Hod? We will great Sahara desei t. with skeleton lin- not forget the scene witnessed some gers clutched each otlior in handshake ears ago in my Ilrooklyn church when of fidelity, kissed each other good by a man ruse iu the midst of the audiwith lip of blue Maine, and parted on ence, stepped Into the aisle uud walked their mission. up and down. Kverybody saw that he The tieud of the vinrv ard came in one was intoxicated. The ushers led him bright morning amid the grapes and sat out, and his poor wife took his hat and down on a toot of twisted grapevine in overcoat uud followed him to the door. sheer diseouiiigenicnt. The fiend knew Who was he? He had once been a not how to da inline the vine) ard, or, mighty minister of the Gospel of Jesus through it, how to damage the world. Christ in n. sister denomination, had The grapes weie so ripe and beautiful often preaehed iu this very city. What nud luscious. They bewitched the air slew him? Strong drink! Oh, what with their sweetness. There seemed to must be the feeling of a man who has be so much health in every bunch, nnd destroyed his capacity for usefulness! while the licnd sat there in utter indig- Do not be angry with that man. Do not nation and disappointment he clutched lose your patience with him. Do not n cluster anil sipicccd It in perfect wonder if he says strange things and spite, and lol his hand was red with the gets irritated easily in the family. IIq blood of the vincyaid, and the fiend has the Pv ronees and the Andes and said: "That leminds me of the blood of the Alps on him. Do not try to perbroken hearts. I'll strip the vineyard, suade htm that there is no future punand I'll Mpicc7C out all the jtdeeot the ishment. Do not go Into nuy argument grapes, and I'll allow the juices of the to prove to him there is no hell. He grapes to stand until Ihey rot, ami I'll knows there is. that is there now! Do And call the process fermentation." Hut he sulTers also iu the loss of physthere was a great vat prepared, und ical health. The older people iu thisvu-dicuc- e people came with their cups und their Dr. Sewell going pitchers, and they flipped up the blood throughcan remember electrify ing great this country of thcgiapcs, and the.) drank uml drunk by demonstrating them nndveul away drinking, nud they audiences of strong drink upontothe huthe ctTecl drank until they fell in long lines of man stomach. 1 am told eight death, so that when the licnd of the or ten diagrams which he he had presented to vineyard wanted to return to his home the people, show Uig the different stages in the pit he stepped from carcass to disease, nnd I am carcass and walked down umid u great In the progress of the of people turned told tens of thousands causeway of the dead. back from that ulcerous sketch uud Then the second lieud came into the swureeterual abstinence from all intoxgrainfichl. lie waded chin deep amid icants, (iod only knows what the Ihe barley mid the rye. He heard alt the diuukatd sufTcts. I'ain files on every grain talking about bread und piosper-oil- s nerve and travels every c and hiUibaudry and thrifty homes. He gnaws on every bone und stings with thrust his long arms into thcgiainlleld, every poison end pulls with every nnd he pulled up the grain and thtew it What leptllcs crawl over his shivinto' Ihe water, and he made Ix'iieath it ering limbs! What specters stand by great tires fires lighted with a spark his midnight pillows! What groans tear from his own heart and there were a the air! Talk of the rack, talk of the grinding and smashing and a stench, funeral pyic, talk of the Juggernaut nnd the people came with their bottles, he s titTers all at once. nud they poured the iiery liquid, and 'See the attendants stand br.ck from they drank, and they blasphemed, and that ward in the hospital where the Inthey staggered, and they fought, and ebriates ate dying. They cannot stand they rioted, and they murdered, and It. The keepers come through it and the fiend of the pit. Ihe lieud of the say: "Hush up, now! Stop making this grainfichl, was so pleased with their be- noise! He still! You arc disturbing nil havior that he r.haugcd hit; residence the other patients. Keep still now!" from the pit t . Hie whisky liarrcl, and Then the keepers pass on, and after there he sat lij Ihedoorof the buughole Ihey get past then the poor creatures laughing in high merriment at the wring their hands und stij : "O God! thought that out of anything so harm- Help, help! Give me rum, give me less as the giain of the field he might rum! O God! O God!" And they turn this woild into u seeming pande- shriek nnd they blaspheme nnd they cry monium. for hoFp und then they ask the keepers The fiend ol Hit. dairy saw Ihe cows to slay them, saying: "Stab me, strancoming home finin the pasture field, gle me, smother me! O God! Help, full iiddercd, and an Ihe maid milked help! Hum! Give nic rum! O God! lie said: "I'll soon spoil till that mos. Help!" They tear out their hair by the I'll add to it hiaudy, sugar and nut- handful, und they bite their nails into meg, and I'll stir it into a milk punch. the quick. This Is no fancy piettue. It nil children will drink il, and some of is transpiring In a hospital at this mo. the tempeiaucc people will drink it..and ment. it went on last night while on if I van do (hem no more harm I'll give slept, uud, more than that, that is the them a headache, nud then I'll hand death some of you will die unless 3011 them over to the more vigorous fiends stop. I see it coming. God help you to of tlic Satanic delegation." And then stop befortr you go so far that j 011 canthe fiend of the dairy leaped upon the not stop. (ihi'lf and danced until the lougiow ol l'.ut it plagues a man also in the loss shilling iiiilkpaiis almost quaked. of home. I do not care how. much he The lieud of the music entered u loves his wife und children, If this habit grogshop and there weie but few cus- gets the mastery over him he will do tomers. Finding few customers, he the most outrageous things. If need be, wept the circuit of the city, and he in order to get strong drink he would gathered up the musical instruments sell them all into everlasting captivity. nud after nightfall he marshaled n There lire hundreds nnd thousands of band, uud blew ami Ihe homes 'but have been utterly blasted "cymbals clapped and the drums lcat of It. am spcuking of no abstraction. and the bugles culled and the people Ik there anything so disastrous to a crowded In, aud.thcy swung around iu man for this life und for Hie life to merry dunce, each one with a wincgless come? Do you tell mc that a man eun in his hand, and the dance became be happy when he Knows he Is breaking wilder und stronger and rougher, until his wife's heait and clothing his the room shook and the glasses cracked with rugs? Theie ure littlu and the floor broke uud Ihe crowd bjrefootcd, iu the streets dropped into hell. unkempt, uncombed, want wiitten on Then the four fiends Ihe fiend of the every patch of their faded di.ess uud on vineyard uud of the griiiufield and ot every wrinkle ot their prematurely old the daiiy and of Hie music hall went countenance, who would have been in buck to their home, and they held high the house of God this morning as well carnival because therr work hud been clad as you had it not hern that strong so well done, and Satan rose from his drink drove their parents duvvn into throne and announced that (here was penury and then down into the grave. no danger of the earth's redemption so Oh, rum, rum, thou despolier of homes, long cm these four fiends could pi.v sueh ihou foe n God, thou teeiuitltig officer tax to tJic diabolic Anil then all the of the pit. hale ! demons nud all the sprilcs ami all the I'ui my subject l;tk? deeper tone (lends filled their glasses uud clicked j yhsa H trllayou llu. tiie Inebriate uivf- - TERRORS OF MINK. ! I 1 ' Wash-Inglo- n. 1 Tnl-wag- e, Hxo-du- 1 I 1 I inu-ct- tor-tui- e. 1 Villi-dre- u chil-(lie- n to-da- 1 t!-"- IfUNGENT PARAGRAPHS fcrs the loss of the soul. The ltiblc in tlmntes that if we go into the future face U world unforglven theappetltesand pas V Cruollst Yet- .- SIie-- 'ly which were regnant here will tor--t ,Tuune." He "Well, poverty is no sions meat us thcte. suppose when the lie-- J fi.iee." Puek. bri'ite wakes up In the lust world there r. (irtimp- - "I saw one of my old wilt he an iu finite thirst clawing upon t.jiirersyesteidny." ..Mr. Gnimp "la him. In this world he could get strong Ljc lunatic usjlum7"--Juridrink. However poor he was In tins hat can equal the warmth of it true world, hecould begorheeould steal live ,.jun"s love?" linked the dearest girl. cents to get a drink Hint would for a or temper," replied the savage old little while slake his thirst, but In eter Jitior. Cigarette. nity whete will the rum come from? J Hm doe.s Millets rank us a poet?" Dives wanted one drop of water, but; heavy for light weight, and too could not get It. A here will the Phlladcl- it for n henvj weight. draught he so much requires, ij North American. so much demnndsV No one to brew it. My children," said the poor man No one to mix it. No one to pour it.' , "are crying for breud." "Which No'onc to fetch it. Millions of vvorlda! iivs," replied the rich man coldly, now for the dregs that were thrown on the sawdtistcd lloor of the restaurant. H much you ure to be thankful for. Millions of worlds now for the rind Bkvir. mine arc crying for bonbons." yers. flung out from the punch bowl of an "Do you think n frank (unmarried) earthly banquet. Dlvescnlled for water. Lj has a light to open his wife's Inebriate calls for rum. The Kobcrt (nmrrled) "Well, he if a fiend from the lost world should' I don't sec cone up on a mission to the grogshop L.ht have the right, and. having finished the mission iu the If he could have the. courage." Hongrogshop, should come back, taking on (a Traveler. 'A Idle men ns n rule are horrid the lip 0 his wing oiio drop of alcoholic bevetagc, what excitement It would, 3St'. I supose there may be tin ex-- , ion," said the maiden lady. "I make all through the world of the lost mid. if that one drop of alcoholic bev-cght ,vou would take an exception should drop from the wing of the ,ero was a chance," said the iIImi flciui upon the tongue of the inebriate, rr.ible girl. Answers how he would spring up and cry: Tactful Shopkeeper. Shopkrep-"That'It! That's it! Hum! Ilmii! R.r e,m. ,m., n,o! Hue animal Hint's It!" And nil the caverns of the Ky Your dog, sir?" Customer "My n,t would echo with the cry: "Give it if." ,., ot. Wouldn't be fol ... .... . mm. to me! Hum! Hum!" Ah, my friends. (it'll. aroumi, ov. sucu a (iir as. ...... ,. the inebriate's sorrow in the next world keeper 'Get out. you brute! Do will not be the nbsenco of God or holiknow, I hate dogs?" Boston Trail-it- . ness or light; it will be. the absence of rum. "Look not upon the wine when Mother, Is that Mr. DoodemV photo- it is red, when it moveth itself aright on the table?" "ck, dear." in the cup, for at the last it blteth like 3 did he illv it to Auntie lainir." n serpent and It stlngeth like an ad-vs, mv child." "An is he going to tier." Iirrry Auntie lalnn, mother?" "en, Thirty women in one of the western - " " n win marry a states banded together nnd with an rnodeins when I dro up?" man iikcmt. "Yes, darb espeeiol ordination from God they went if. perhaps, If younregixnl." (Pause.) forth to the work and shut up nil the grogshops of a large villa ge. Thirty Skither It's a rough world for us worn. , isn't it?" Punch. women, with thrir song and with their prayer, and if 1,000 or L',000 Christiau SEARCH FOR ANDREE men and women with nn especial ordination from God should go forth feeling Hrll mil ill out Inn the responsibility of their work and .! 111 at thr discharging their mission, they could i:iltirrr U Still Allvr. In any city shut upall the grogshops. Hut I must not dwell on generalities; f must come to specifics. It i.ssnid that Haron Xordrtmkjohl hn Are you 'bhlsdiiiing-room.nStockholm, a pho t astray? if there is any sermon I it is a sermon on generalities. I Krapli of the ascent of Andrees Imi want Are ou astruy? ".nn nd an empty space beside it la Have you g inc so fnryou think you cantich he pointed recently, as he said to : not get buck? Did I say a few moment 1 ago that a man might go to a olnt " photograph of Audrcc's lauding II Ik- hung there, for in inebri ition where lie could not stop? am firmly con- es. Kild it, nnd I iciteratc it. Hut nets I that he will return." want v hi also to understand that while lib confidence is shared by Nnusin the man himself, of his own strength. d most other Scandinavians who have cannot stop, God can stop any man ad xperienco in the arctic regions, You have only to lay hold of the Mroug nd it is not surprising, therefore, It arm of the Lord God Almighty. He can ear Hint they propose this tensou tr clop you. Many summers ago I wciuJi vutlnuc their qmt for the intrepid over to evv ork one Sabbath '1 he lrudlnf search ivarlv lornnailt. ing our church not yet lieingojKrn it w.ll be under the command of Prof the autumnal services. 1 went Irta .N&tlmrst, who tlilnKs It iikelv tlint An room Iu the Fourth ward, New orkj dny and his two companion.. Strimi where a religious service was Kintf leri and l'rnnkti, reached the coast oi held for reformed drunkards, end I Kaiti Orecnland and art- - still alive iu heard a revelation that night Hint I had thuurrgion, where thev mav le subsistnever heard before 15 or '0 men stand ing in musk oxen nud other animals to ing up and giving testimony surli us be fipiuil there. hud never heard given. They naonlv 'i'hj' professor will ucconl.'ngly stnrt testified that their heart.--, had beu Iu J line next and try to force n tasngc changed by the grace of God, hut tha throilgh the ice barrier to the Hast the grace of God had extinguishd) Greenland coast. If Andrec In there their thirst. They went on to say that and was able to punli on to Angmngsu-IlMioy hud reformed at dilTerent timet In 00 degrees north latitude, he i before, but Immediately fallen. Iiecaust all right, for there is a Danish station they were doing the whole work in nt lint Klnt among the most northern their own strength. "Hut as mkjii ,ii Ksklmos of the east coast, and the m we gave our hearts to God," they said, ply ship would bring Auilrre homt "nnd the love of the Lord Jesus Chrna when she makes her annual visit ne.xl has come Into our soul the thirst has all m miner. So Xathorst will not visit that gone. We have no more disposition for part of the coast, but will push much strong drink." fnrthcr north, to Cape Bismarck If It was a new revelation to me, and I slid if he finds no'trucc of And red have proclaimed it again nud again in there he proposes to go further north the hearing of those who have far gone by sledge. Tlic coast lietvveen Cape Ills, as I ray, nnd I stand here to tell inarek nnd Independence bay has not you that the grace of the Lord Jesm Imicii nnd if the professor hni Christ cannot only save .vour soul, hut occasion to mnke the proposed sledgu save your body. I look olT upon journey he will have a line opportunity the desolation. Some of vou are so far to till in a long stretch of Grcenlai.d'i on in this habit, although there nn outline that Is still unknown. be no outward indications of it jou Mr. Hammer, a merchant of never have stnggered along the street is equipping, tit his own expense, the vnst majority of people do not the steam whaler llecla for the journey, know that you stimulate; but bod nnd money is now raising in Sweden for knows, and you know, and by liutii.ni the other expenses of the expedition. calculation there is not one chance out Nttthonit may find It neeessury to winof five thousand that 3011 will ever he ter in Greenland, as tlieditlleult navigastopped, llevvarc! There ure sonic of tion iu the coast waters may you who ore my warm personal fricnit prevent the return of his vessel this seato whom I muHtsay that unless j 011 (put son. Chicago Journal. this evil habit within ten jenrs, as to your body, you will lie down in a A Uutr Thief. drunkard's grave; nnd, as to your ImA story bearing upon the ingenuity mortal soul, you will lie down in a of the Innlon thief relates to the late drunkard's hell! It Is a hard thing tc Sir Juuies Ingham. A charge of vvntch say, but it Is true, and I utter the warn robbery was preferred by a gentleman Ing lest have j our blood upon in) soul Hgalnst an individual who had traveled Hevvare! As you open thedooi In the snme carriage with him from of your wine closet, let the decanter Bournemouth, but iu the. end it was Hash that word upon your soul: found that the watch had not been As you pour out the hemigc, stolen, but had been left home by the let the foam at the top spell t the prosecutor. To mollify the Innocent word, "Hevvare!" In the great day of man, Sir Jnmes said: "It is n most reGod's judgment, when a hundred "mil. markable occurrence. To show, howlion drunkards shall come up to 0t ever, how liable we all ure to make their doom, I want you to testify tlut these mistakes, was under the imthis dny. In love of your soul tint, in pression when I left my house at Kenfear of God, I gave you warning in re- sington this morning that I put my gard to that influence which IiiihiiIumiIv vvntch (which, I may mention, In nn been felt In your home, blowing 01 it exceedingly valuable one) In my pocket, some of its lights premonition of tha but, arriving nt this court, I found blackness of darkness forever. that 1 must have loft it home by misOh, If you could onl.v hear Inteiiipcr-nnc- c take." While business wiih proceeding with diiinkurds' bones drumming nu old thief nt the buck of the court on the lop of the wine cask the "Dciiil went out, jumped into hansom cab, March" of Immoital souls, you vvonlij-g- "drove olT to Sir Juuies .Ingham's resiMine and kneel down and prav bod dence, and, by representing himself thut rather thuii jour children alioui,' as n bonu-fldmessenger, obtained posover become the victims of this t.vi session of the watch, which has never habit you might carry them out to the been heard of since. Chicago inter cemetery and put tliem down iu the Ocean. last hluinber. wailing for the Dowers 0 spring to come over the grave surct Itiiiiinn Jtcmitlna. prophecies of the resurrection! (,ot Muny Itoman remains, Including a hath a halm for sueh a wound, hut colossal bend of Milieus Aurelius, huve what flower of comfort ever grew on been dug up nt Carthage by M. Guuek-Icthe blasted heath of a tlriiiikntd's director of antiquities iu Tunisia. sepiilcher? Iu sceo-- s to have reached the Itomun Carthage founded by Gracchus, but not Towns are seldom as red as they as to have struck the Phoenician city I 11.11 !.! n.Ll..l uauy news. yeU N. V. World. m 1 I I y. Golden Wedding of Miss Popular Esteem and - 11 luebri-ategctth- e -- Mr. Aycr's Sarsaparilla. Fifty years of of doing good. The only Sarfifty years happiness, let-t.t,- "" l -- saparilla in the rj I world that ever celebrated its fiftieth and is doing it s I 1 anniversary - I, 1 1 today with no signs of decay. Its mission is to cure and , to help. No wonder it has fifty happy years back of it. W L Get a bottle today of !,( din-lik- pcrs-inalitlc- iri.-dtor- - 1 I 1 Avers oarsapanua wbkh Budc SustptrilU ftaoui m kp ff 1 AixDnuooim Sill AviVi Th kern tvrd tall nun who w Samai-auua- . $1.00 a Borni. Chmp I pos-kibl- to-da- y to-d- Chris-tlaul- Annual Mertitn; General Awmihly Cum- Church it lHnvrr, liurtirilly .hutlhnit over ( ol . May 1 to 20. hit null, "lttg pardon, ir," hr luuf, 'hut I re.by- lietn-ra- l - cup of tin Aniiuil Mretmu if I am not mutukrii juti Chun h at MmneaiK)h, Minn., May thymrun of the ick author!" "I nil,' IS lo June 1 the tall man. "Tlmnk on," unl Annivcr-neat baa thi itransrr. "Then I sMtinie llutt veuu National llaptut May '.II -- ). to Kram wo. Cat.. it one of thr name IhAt pprron thr hourAn- id the tall nun. National iMuratiomd Attention t ! ly bulletin?" "It doei," "Thivnl; ou ialn," .alii the MrntiKfr. ecles (al-- . July 11 to II. exciinwn For all thew: meeting. "And now, what I want to .neurit it tint and you permit me, for a liandwrnc cnniprtiM mle have licvn iirviIi- - and dckiiate. thrtt muni l the ntlitl interroted iliotild bear in tion, of cour.e, to add thee word (invention city l bottom of e.vch bulletin l'e Hiilcrr". Hk 1 route to eatli Wood Hilten! They tifht otf diMe),"i via llitf Chicago, MilwauVec A St. Paul It r of"Sir!" unorted the tall man, trrinhhiiB j nud it connection.. I hoice of rcute 1. Piwith indignation, "thoar bulletin, are not fered llioee going to the meeting, on the advertLementi." "Aren't they?" erechsl ' ntle Coat of KOWK via Omalm or Kanmi "Then take jourl City ami returning b St Paul ami Minn the peppey stranger. And he .talked away, apli. The Chicago, Milvv anker A M Pud name oil of 'em!" with rage. K'v ha the hort bnelxHwcm Chicago and leavinc the tail man .ieechlc Chicago, line Oirnihl, nnd Ihe M. Lout. Krpulilic. St Paul and Mmnenpoli., the route of tint Pioneer Limited, the only txrricct tram in I'rnll l'nrmlnu: Alonir thr An attractive, illustrated ami thoroughly the world. vu All coupon tldel agent. reliable 01 p irc booklet, devoted to fruit aly. lure atom; the Kn.co Line in Mioiin, Ar- - the Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul to For information kin.n, l:ui.--i anil in dun icrtiiory, jn.i- and time table andGr II. Heiflofd, rites Genroute adrift m inntiril. A ropy will bo clit frrc noon nppli- , eral Pacni!Cr Agent, Chicago, III. cation to Ilrjan Snyder, (!. 1'. A , ' Mo. Line, St. She- - "Doe he call her a iearli novr?" Ho j A recent mlvertUemcnt in an Irish paper - "No, he .ay. .he' I111 bo of atrawherne, announced that Mr. Sframl .0 extracted lio,iiie hr' the tleare.t little thing he tiver MW."Yonker Statciman. teeth with (treat pain. llu.ltir. i:ntrrirla. .trancrr r- I i:curluH, ISIHI. idlrtl nn to tht AnK-mhl- s ln Im-- , lt 1 ...,., -- FRANCES WILLARD HOSPITAL USES PE-RU-- FOR CATARRH OF THE STOMACH. 1 to-da- y "iu-war- 1 11 o y r, ii.iiuii-u.--i,uic(i(;- u . u The Frances Willard Hospital, (')iluigo, 111. Miss Georglutm Dean vvv.3 for three inurkAVih! cures of enscH of very obstl years inlssionury in Liberia under the note catarrh of the stomach, where was the only medicine used. I M. K. Church from the training school in Chicago. After her return she stud- consider It n reliable medicine. GeorglnnaDcnn. ied nursing, graduating from the presm The symptoms of catarrhal dyspepsia ent Frances K. Willard National Temperance Hospital of Chicago. Shelsun arc: Coated tongue, pain or heavy feelas is ing in the stomach, belching of gas; enthuslustle friend of dizzy head, sometimes licndnche, deevident from the following letter: spondent feelings, loss of appetite, palChicago, 111., Jan. 20, 1800. Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.: pitation of the heart and Irregularity of Gentlemen Vou will be glnd to know the bowels. Send for a free book written by of the happy results obtained from the among the patients un- Dr. Hnrtman, entitled "Health nnd use of der my care whenever prescribed by the Heauty." AUdrM Dr. Hartuian, Co physician. 1 hare scca bquic tery rt-- lumbus, 0, Pe-ru-Fc-ru-n- n l'e-ru-n- n - HS.",.. . -r . --1 vr k 'jiswew :r; :' Wassif'gri - ' -- '.. , v :fc ri vi' . . ,Vtfi iv ' TJ .. i tyw TRl A Hlath flrtMf ! - -- . S Hi might WHPN lCWCV HUM, 11.1,1,1 $! .- M. WAS A BOY. Incidents or the Youthful Days or 1 the Hero uf Manila. JULIL'S DIIWl.V, the fntlier of admiral, while turning the iiit'iitiH with which to pay fur his y hcIiooI trululni iii Vermont acquired haliltnof icuiiomy vxlileli clung to him tliroiitfli life After IiIh iimrriiif'ciiiiil In .Montpcllcr, a larj;i family utiiiuw llon thing In hit uutiu- town, llcrliu, four iniU'K ilUtuiit, Ml Into u way win, biliillieKH enllril them to tlio. ajiitul of Ini)liij with their ut JiIn Jikuhc. 'lhi' diK'tor ktiMxl it for u time In hut on u icrtiihi market tiny IiIm , uitlrni: Kiiildriily tinil inert lug hih gucHtK at- the gate he illrietnl tl.i'iu to u hotel In uu tidjatwnt tf(iiure, wlirrc lieiiHHiired them tLcy woiUil find orttrr ui'e(iliilli(dutIon- - tlimi tr could fiirmi.li uud ut "ourrvnt rates." Troui thin Incident, wlileh lie ri'liiUil, lie dated IiIh jiroKiicr-Ity- , Jlr hiul nlwnNU high teiiKcof IiIh irhgiouN oliligutloiiH, however, and nan, liiilcetl, tJie foiwdrr of Chrlht l'MM'opul clitircli In Moutielier, where hi iliNtingiiihhrd tion was uttiuidrd Sunday school and wun confirmed, and which became theecele iin.tinl hoiim-o- tin family. Tliehouxe wltlcli he occupied, uud In which till of hie children were liorn, wan originally i'xeredUigly niiiall, lint wan trrnl tluuti mlileil to. Within the hint two or three ycurs, to replace thin iiiodent Mruc-tur- c villi a liaiidMiiurr, more modern ttllllee, I Id ward Dewey, the Hccond foil, i old the ihvelllng mid liarii (retaining the ground;) for $ I SO. Three daymift-trwariwere result! for the InilMIn XM, ihr lunt purchuer, who paid the rtmt of rrmowil, placing them on a lot mi Btute street. Hlnce the hat tie of Manila thin home, iin Ihr birthplace and mrly home of ItH an object of intercut to hero, Ikih lourlitN uud relic litiutrr. The latter, Imlrci), hntr tlircnteiieil to entry It nwiiy plecrmral. n nmu'iilr (lend in one (imtuiicc wrrnehlng olT a ller-platrfaucet, nutl leading the water running In the bathroom with the prexmrr. of the full xyMi'lll of iS muih)m. Of chanicteri'tle xtorlr of Dewey mnny nre prefierel In the mental of th6e who were hi eomjmti-Ioin the lioyluli ewnpwlo of which he wbh the Instigator, and In which he ulwnvH pla.ed a prominrnt part. An Incident In hU earliest Uiyhnoil, graphically jxirtraycd by one of tliete, l.rlngH vMdly before uk n delightful with the drainatU nnd utage xcttlng of front .nrtl cottage. d nutl A Uii two ilillilrcn wrrnt piny one morning n Ir.dy, with the. indubitable toothache. nyinptoiiiH of Mvnllrn face mid linml prcnMl to cheek, alighted the gnte and nuked from a trhiele . Deciding to apply to M' the the only Infallible remedy, and whdiiug to get the bent light UK)ii IiIk patient, that gentlrnian nuked that nhe would tnk her pent In the fronl doirway, renting her feet on the upper ntep. Hut here a new dlllieiilty unite. The dental chair provided no for the head, nnd numinontng the little vlwltor the oprrator directed him to Mnntl behind her. put hi linntN on cither ulile of her face, nnd let her brace lirrnelf ngolnnt hli shoulder. "I tllil nit. I wiih told," continued the narrator, "hut at the first twlht of the turnkey the patient ut tcred a yell which, ncer having heard thrilled me with uu Indian horror, and, dcMTting my pont, I lied in dUmny. In uu liiHtaut (Icorge wasln my plaue, and I can ee now the eel hKik of iletc.riiiliiatlon upon IiIh fncenml the rcMiliite Kie of IiIm plunly little ilgurc. ut. with the lady'H head pillowed upon IiIh breuKt he grnxped linear firmly witli either Kinnll hand. "When the tooth wiih out and we were again alone he endeavored to convince me that u 'vvoman'M hcreams couldn't hurt,' hut I had my opinion on the which logic fulled to alter." On another occuhIoii when the two lniyn had come into potehion of n bottle of maple Mrup they agreed to go to thuituhoolhoUhe.Avhereri lire Mill burned In tin: Move and 'Vugar it." Upon their nrrivnl they happened to try the door leading to an upper room, ond finding It flint, although there wiih no lode upon It, they concluded Unit It watt being held by Mime intruder, who, Intent upon mischief, had concealed lilmxilf within. They called woveral timet, mid, receiving no anwe.r, retired to it coincident dibtance and held a mimcl. of war, when (Jeorge. nmacitly tickiimvledgcd organier. decided 1hat they would get Into the upper window liy cllmbiiig upon u nhed roof.iirHl (Uk lodge the enemy. "Voii get a club from the woodpile," he paid, "and J," unclasping it, mid clipping It Into the breast pocket uf IiIh little i.pencer, "will take my knife. me go first, nnd If there tire two of them you can club one while I finibli the other." "All thin was nn real to uu then," ald my Informant, "as won the battle at We mode Manila &ftcrwnn. to him. our way hteulthlly to the upier window, opening it with the utmost caution, leKtoiW prey, apprised of our Khould escape ub, but uiwn there was not u creature to be Hcen. On examining the doc wc found that the lire Bhovel had fallen ngoIiiBt It in rucIi n way an to prevent Its being opened from the outside, ond the mystery being thus solved we de-- it nded the stairway and set nbout our lrup boiling." Another adventure In which the danger whb by no means Inmglnnry thrfa!-tnfmore icrioua termination, and DU. ul - jjuxt-way- - ly I'rot-tvtu- ut Imp-tire- f vit-hlu- N i d n tragl-eoinitl- y, per-Min- lnc-cla- e din-tor- imp-xi- rt war-whoo- -- nub-Jec- t, sion of operations consequent upon ilrnlniiiK' the pond. The Immense amount of snow which fall In the mountains and valleys of New llitglund and the large desisits ut Ice which form in its rhcru make the breaking up of wiutcriu tha fiirnorth-erclimate n ierIod to wh! h every Ik endovvid with a spirit of adveutmc looks eagerly forward. Two small rivers, the W.'noosk! and the Onion, come togther in Montpeller in hitch n way as to form the IcttirT, and around this letter the town Is buIU. In the spring, when these streams me swollen by the melting snows, and pleees of ice are hurried along by the current, the boy who gets upon the smallest "cake" which will bear hli weight staudiiigoftcii in water four or five Ijicjies deep and Micccds in effecting u lAriding upon the iiuish of pulverized ice, Intcrspen-r- d with huge endwise mid cross-wisblocks, which lodges six miles brivw, becomes the hero of the hour. On such occasion young Dewey was In his element, leading the way in eery daring enterprise and acquiring that hardihood and utter disregard uf danger of which the victor,' at Manila won the glorious outcome. It was while guiding his lee raft past bridge and piers, over cross current formed bj the influx of lesser trlbutorien and around quick bends in the river that he learned his first lessons In the science of Iiuvi. gat ion. "What man has done man can do," was the motto which formed the pro polling power of his young life, currying through every boyish undertaking Who knows but that it may hofc In spired his latertichleemetitiiswtll2 Of his experience ut the Wnshltigtou county grammar school in Montjeller, the first educational Institution which he attended, much has nlread been written. Its pupils, taught by (list ouc teacher and then another, had acquired the reputation of being rather dltlieiilt subjects, nnd Dewey Is said to have taken on active part In the initiatory h:i7ing to which each new principal whb subjected and to hove been the ringleader in the revolts which marked the remainder of his conncutioii with the e would look better." that the president should let KO of a toll protection? When the doctor returned from hit AlR-e- r Homo republlcmis no doubt "ft the $30,000,000 National Lead so UoKKedly distant call that evening, however, he idtnlre tlio president for tuty under fire, but thry coir&any in dire need of the proceeds his seen found a patient awaiting him ew prominent repiiu-li'nnuaif-rou- . of jtftat of 1 cents n pound on lead? and In the quiet seclusion of the two oi ire not found now who think he In nctinc mo "Could not the $15,000,000 western In ilnlnic ho. A mere Individual Is three dnN following the adventure the lunibtr Jiool destroy our forest favt espalty future admiral hud leisure In which to lothlm:, the these It everything; In tinpro- enotiph without the stimulus of a duty n. Clcn. Alger's timation of concoct new plans for the entertain- truded retention nvi ofllce, now of quesIn of two dollars per 1,000 feet on pino ment of himself and his young friends. tionable policy In any event, and - o ob bontils? viously detrimental to the presidentDuring the Mexican war he win an "Vo the consumers of sugar feel mor-allIk becoinlnir a slllilect Of ardent worshiper at the shrine of (Jen. dvtp Intcrrmn. wonder everywhere nnd bound to pay tariff taxes of culatlvo Taylor, who "licked the enemy every to everybody." n year to the sugar trust and its time." As the 'I'rlbune correspondent very ulllis, with their capital of $128,000,000? lie never tired of looking ata picture justly says, "the beef inquisition has "Are the various steel trusts, total of him which hung In his own room; become u most extraordinary affair. cnpltnllzatioti $3G7,C50,GC0, so poor that and when the boys, catching the mili- and the light thrown on the methods of they must have outdoor relief in the tary spirit which pervnded the ulr, the war department bureaucracy by form of duties of from $0.72 tier ton unexpected developments is n mat- upvfnrd on steel nnd its pro ltiets? fought sham buttles, he always insisted upon personating "Old yjick," assign- ter of grave concern to the country." "Is not the $50,000,000 American Tin ing the part of Santa A una to someone lint the oiicstlon arises, is it not al Pinto company a suflieiently robust inc an apH)intmeut of characters ready too late for the president to un fant by this time to be able to load': He has KTteuccd I.aan to n sometimes resulting in a mutiny. with its pup of 1 i cetitt n pound One night one of the younger; set, then vacation on full buy; ho has appointed on tin platen?" Tln-'n are significant questions, nnd and not allowed to go a court of Inquiry, comjioscd of den. big boys, recalls the fascina- Miles' enemies, to Investigate .Me' if thf administration wants to help tho with the tion which his society had for him, and grave charges; he has rewarded the people it can do so by putting nil artistories of the yellow- friends of Alg.r nnd Algorism, and, so cles controlled bv tructs on the free the listl back variety with which lie sometime fur as he dares, will undoubtedly Miles, the common soldiers' Tjhli would not require n lo,ng series regailed him. On a certain memorable of juitr, nt law; by one simple amendevening the smaller boy, stealing away friend. Alger has openly announced thnt he ment to the Dingley bill the good work from home at dusk, joined young Dewey and two of his associates, and will not go unless he in .kicked out. To wouM be ncconplished. If those regreatpublicans nre sincere who are nrguing iiccomiuiulcd them up a deep ravine to kick him cut would involve the sawmill, which they est publicity to nil these various scan- ngaliLSt trusts, they will urge the uu to make n move in the dl- set in motion, the double object thus ac- dals. Thu administration seems to- be complished being the seeing of "the old hctwicn Seylla nnd Chorybdls.- It recthfl indicated. Chicago Democrat. Alger; but own thlifVliak Itself to pieces" and the se- might get rid of and support of itAlger-sicomplicity with for HANNA'S DECREE. curing of a day's holiday for their It cannot get rid. Albany Argus. friend, the miller's son, by the suspenHec-retn- ry cr-'ji- nl yj $20,-000,0re-rc- nt dlt-penholr-crcctln- g puu-ish'Gen, have reversed the rletory r.t M nlla. There was a pile of logt In the back yard nt the Dew eys, and t lie doctor having a professional call likely to detain iilm nil day, George procured n hnlf filled jtowder horn, and calling his young companions together, Invited them to unite with him In a celebration. Having bored a hole In cue of the logs a:id filled it with powder, they Arranged n fuse, in txrted n plug, and retired o u safe distance to await resultn. The plug was not driven In with su force, how ever, and wiih blown out without making the desired report. 1. mining forward with one Impulse the boyn would hnve recharged, but fleorge, waving them back, exclaimed: "One. man's life Is enough nt a time," mid going to the log was proceeding to pour In more powder, when it exploded directly in his face. With eyes fast shut he made straight for the rain tub, and plunging his head In, shook It violently nbout. Winn lie raised it, with hair nil singed, and eyebrows and Joshes gone, he prexented a strangely altered appearance, but there was not a quiver on the small, powder-burneface, jib, turning to his companions, he asked: "Does It show iniiehV" The least candid of them wns obliged to admit that It did; but (ieorge, still sanguine of escnplng detcviion, hoped that "after It stopped smarting, it d STICKING TO ALGER. 'Unit PROTECTION. NEW YORK CENTRAL. lia rnsiirniccr i:nrnlnK, Including Controlled Lines, Kicrl thr renn- Itnnlu A Stopenilons Sbo.vtriR;. y PARSNIP COMPLEXION. majority of the ills nflllcting people can be traced to kidney trouble. It pervades all classes of society, in all climates, regardless of nge, tcx or condition. people The sallow, colorless-lookinyou often meet are nfllictcd with "kidney complexion." Their kldneyB nre turning to a parsnip color, so Is their complexion. They may sufTer from Indigestion, bloating, sleeplessness, uric acid, gravel, dropsy, rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, or Irregular heart. You may depend upon it, the cause la weak, unhealthy kidneys. Women as well as men are mode miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedy. Dr. Kilmer's. Swamp-Itoothe great- kidney, liver and bladder remedy, will build up and strengthen weak and unhealthy kidneys, purify the dlsca-eblood, clear the complexion and soon help the sufferer to better health. The mild nijd the extraordinary effect Is soon realized. of Swamp-HoIt stands the highest for Its wonderful cures ot the most distressing cases.such as weak kidneys, catarrh of the bladder. gravel, rheumntlsm and Uright's Dis- -' case, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. It Is sold by druggists, In fifty-ceand dollar sizes. You may have ,i sample bottle by mall free, also pamphlet telling all about It. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Kinghamton, N. Y. When writing be sure and mention reading this generous offer in this paper. A to-da- In Spite of Iteiiutillcnn Kcinonntriince the Href Couifalnr llottla On. Mf'" l"h-nl-f 1 1 iLt'jt fcn-l- (nn Ilium 1'.. llir ()uy . .Mil III) lll d The Xew York Tribune is not only the foremost republican paper In the United States, but it s moreover n fiartJiularlv .colons champion of the McKlnley administration, it wan an original .MeKlnloyite in the days when Thomas C. Watt mid the machine in thin Htute were jw.ulllmr McKlnley with every form of vituperation. Theedltorof the: Tribune, Mr. Whltelaw Jleld, has been twice designated by the president to con fidential nnd important duties, snowing (he relations of mutual confidence which exist. Nevertheless, the Tribune 3us ei'ltorlallv done some plain talk ing about the beef scandal, and the J'libunu's Washington correspondent ays: s "It Is had tiuMotss. although n lire nvtfcctly confident of the rirtliiulii of nurnose. Hut. whether Itintlv or unluHllv. It Is uniltnlniile that tepuliMcans many of the most Hint Secretary Alei r Is if Mm ivaiiltnl responsible for the situation creuted largely sy this lieef invmtlRatlon. it I ten ny :1ipc nartv men that throuch Gen. Alcir'n influence, Imptlltd by those In the detuit-tneii nt In who controlled him, the tome tort bus made himself the champion mlllxatlon f Kuirali by the if as rlKlitcous a sentence us ever was by a court, rwultrlni: the whole pro- "ctdMK little ltter tnun u inrce. "Alnay pructliiul politicians felt, nn of lil Imve tiflrn exuressed thu conviction -. do The passenger department of the trusts New York Central system, including that there is no law that lines leased, operated and controlled, on lhegij$nd is trctifi'0"Kh to curb them, it Is cast from St. Louis mid Chicago, is the evident ij'l't nothing will he done by largest paying institution of its kind aftor iJv general to When .jitorney General Griggs iNnt Hon with regard to g repub-.leunprel-li-nt'- clear-heade- d it prt-sld- relieve the peothe ple ofjtru'i oppression. JliitJtMA' ib another Invv betides that written iji the statutes that can reach thu tfti'tn; nnd that Is the law of supply nnd 3?niniul. ProtfJIfn abrogates this law itNiuls off the supply o' com modl:"y-rf'U- i abroad and leaves the dotnfjpnl J1"iout n competitive supply. Hyl removing this protection, as the XcwYoCk.Joiirniil points out. eompctj tlon Coiialhe revived and the rule of the trusts l9 broken. Concerning this matter, the Journal pcrtliienRv neks: "Wiry 'iild we give the .7!CO,000 bornk (run the power to tax American conwinirf fin' cents a pound on boras? "(iwld' 'iot the $30.(100,100 Knit (Joodo L ... . nnn ini fin1 l.,i rui1wvu,'juu ..:.. ..l.l. t iili"i-.- j "'" ii" c.n I'll i it riuui poolifT1 ,,01K without (hitichttf oO per in that upwiiru uu iue cent in the world, it beats the Pennsylvania system with Its leased and operated lines In the ttrrltory named by $1,535,- 75fi, nnd Is so far uheud of any other system that comparison, to sny the least, is odious. Poor's Manual, which is an authority on railway statistics, in Its last yearly edition showed the posscnger earnings of thirty-siof the leading railvvtryg, as follows: x rJ i 1 peoilleinuit wear? "Would it not be pns!b!c for the Unltl Ktntes Cast Iron Pipe and roupdry eotnpany, eajiital $.'IO,COO,000, to HiaV; a living without nine dollars Pennsylvania 121,200,000 r New York, New Haven & Hurt-for(Including New KngUnd Hallway) 15,300,000 New Tiork Central & Hudson lllver (leased and operated llnei) ... 15,214.000 Southern Hallway System 4,100,000 Pennsylvania Lints west of Pltts- S.SOO.OOO tur i.tOO.COO Hoton & Maine System Chicago & Northwestern 6,900.000 Chicago, liurllneton &Qulncy 6.S00.000 5,800,000 Canadian Pacific jnicago, .Milwaukee & St. I'aul.... 5,700,000 D.700,000 AtchUon.'Topeka'ii' Santa Fe!'.!".! 5,000,000 wrana TrunK b.MJU.UW 5,059,000 Baltimore & Ohio 4,M0,000 Southern Hallway System Chicago. Hock Island & Pacific... 4,300.000 4 292.000 Louisville & Nahville Lake Shore it Michigan Southern 4,200,000 4,000,000 System Missouri Pacific 4,000,000 Iloston & Albany Dig Pour 3,800,000 Delaware, Lackawanna & West , 3,000,000 , ern 3.300.000 Michigan Central 2,850.000 Northern Pacific 2,HX),000 Wabafh 2,700,000 Lehigh Valley Central Railroad of New Jersey.. 2.700,000 2.4S0.000 Union Pacific 2.074,000 Oreat Northern 1,961.397 Chicago & Alton l,li57,900 Chesapeake & Ohio 1,275.174 Plant System.. 1,218.000 Denver & Hlo Orande 876,977 New York, Chicago Ac St. Louis... C38.O0O New York, Ontario & Western.... 544,781 Pittsburg & Lake Erie or twopass the great systems snow earnings tnger traffic, as follows: from New York Central lines: $15,214,000 New York Central 3.300.000 Michigan Central Lake Shore & Michigan Southern. 4.200,000 3,000,000 HIS Four 3,W,000 lioston k Albany M4.TM rittatiurg& L,ake Erie i7C,977 Y'ork, Chicago A: St. Louis.... New d. t, - d, 11 kidney-poisone- d ot nt Pennsylvania lines: ,..$21,200,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Penn. lines west of Pittsburg.... ... s.tsOO.000 $30,000,000 $31,633,768 A L A B -- Buffalo Commercial, April 4.US9. A stolen pair of tk.tt it bcot-y- , L. A. W. Bulletin. THE NUrvKsTd. LIVE RTOCK-Cuttlr.cotni- in.li Cincinnati, May :i CALVKS-F- ulr HOOS- - Ciurre Select butcher Mlxtu pjcVtern and ttf pood tignt hrav .... RIIKKP I.AMIIS Spring FLOUK Winter pitem 2 red... CHAIN -- Wheat-No. Corn No. - mixed. .......... Oats No. 5 Rye No. " HAY-Prtto choice PROVISION rork nv UUTTKK-CholceiU- I.lt'til ib la. 4 is 4 to (5.7 fo 7 ( 3 25 it. :t cs 3 to 3 70 3 00 dp 3 3 75 i A er Ciiolce a SO 8U 3 45 UiU at 3 75 (i (. to4M No.3reil 73 71 3CH o--j 11 CO ' a 11 D 50 S T I REED IN THE WAY. rii rtrputillenn Cmr nn Obofaclr to .NiLtlonnl I'roi;- u ritr .v. Iluy Ovk pl ' Sucre. or locisr n..,..i t. M Ilti.n Is Prime to choice creamery,. APPLES- -' holce to fancy POTATOES-P- er bu rjr kb 4B7H ,1 10 4 M BO tt IS it f to at co t W Hchool. I-- .china K. l'angborn, of Jersey City, and now the editor uud proprietor of the .lersey City Kveulug Jourmil, consented to take charge, of these, refractory young people at a salary of ifO.V!3 u week It waic with the determination to establish a system of discipline among them to which they were strangers. Dewey, being the first to rebel, was made an ex ample of after the manner already de When Hon. perilled. said thnt, meeting Maj. Pang-bor- n in Washington two years ago, the admiral told him that all that wns worthy of consideration in IiIh character had Its beginning on that day. St Louis It Is Globe-Democra- t. iJ Coffee l'rudaeeil la Ilraill. Bro7ll produces about 7,0.0,000 f coffee a year. tf 71 77K Southfr.i Henna's relation to the federal govCorn Mxcu Wm at ernment is mainly of, a business kind. 5 it. :U OttR Nj. S wi.ite. t co II e N. 2 western" Me did not purchase u seat In the sen4 it. 4 70 CATTLE Kr'tqual.tr 4 15 (it 4 2o ate for the sole purpose of being near IluU.i vVentern INDIANAPOLIS, the president so that he might counsel him how to paddle his canoe safely 2rnl .... a 72 Ul 'MX a. Oort No. 2 niuitd. .,..... Semi vmir nJdress on a nostnl and through the shoals and ipileksauds of 64 Oats Nu 2 mlxeil b u; u'MI nrl vnn our 153 n.iire lllus- practical polities. Marcus, the LOUISVILLE. trated catalogue free. 3 73 a 4 oo is not serving as the Sejanus Pl.on: Winter t an nt to 74 of the administration purely for di- CHAIN- -- Wheat No. I rti!.... X WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., to 37 Corn- Mixed version or for the purpose of preservto :K Oat' uixeil 110 Wlachetter Ave.. HEW HAVZH, COS S.J ttiooo ing his health, lie lias laid his services l.AHD w Venn to 6 and talents upon the altar of his country, but, nil the same, he Intends to re THE ward himself for his sacrificial offering by appropriating some of the golden candlesticks and jeweled ornaments. ifcj LEaCUTW-OFFICIAL A Natural Black is Produced by Mark is a shI)owuer, nnd he hns for the friends, the members of the Buckingham's ; Whiskers. Standard Oil trust among them. To re.,Nihu,N.H. COcti.ofugg.itiCf munerate them and him he has framed Utbeonlv genuine National LesRue Ball, it measure known as the You will never know what andli certifieil to a subsidy bill, whose mission is to legissuch I v President N. K. Young. late ?100,COO,000 out of the pockets of ACCEPT MO SUBSTITUTES the people of the I'nlted States when If a dealer does not catry Spalding's congress meets. The speaker will be is unless you use Carter's. It costs cthklic Roodi in Mock, .enrtyour name pine. mi important influence In engineering snd nddrehtou(and hi, too) (or a copy no more than poor ink. Heed is a big block in the way of na- this scheme of robbery through tlio of our handsomely illiutinted catalcRue. Funny booklet "How to Make Ink Picture " free. A. C. SPALDING A. BROS. tional piogress. Ho Is a barnacle on house. Mr. llnnna may be depended on Chicago Denver CARTER'S INK CO.. Boston, Mas. the ship of state. Like John .Sherman, to cert nil his resources to secure for I New York but without us much reason, he is em- - the place an Individual pliant to his Aids Digestion, bit term by disappointment, and 'his plan DR. MOFFETTS St. Louis Mcpublie. Regulates tha Bowels, spirit, crying "llavocl" ranges for reHakes Teething Easy. venge like Ate, "ooniu hot from hell." OPINIONS AND POINTERS. TEETH1NA Relieves tha After the lesson of the Oregon, the Bowel Troubles of U Is rumored that Alger may he Mlllng of the ennui bill and the substiChildren of Any Agetution of a measure but little if any sent us minister to France. Ills style Costs Only OS CeX. better than the one passed by the of statesmanship would he better fitted TEETHING POWDERS t for.V. AH Your uongress was nothing less for the Spanish ourt. iJen.or Post. f f mi. than ii base betrayal of the people's InLawyer Thomas U. Weed will get terests, nnd this lor the benefit of the an Income variously estimated at $3, DONE OUTLIVES DEATH." agents of the Panama Cl't) or $100,000 n year, with no emeonol scheme, who brought shame and balmed beef to worry him. Albany YOUR MEMORY WILL SHINE tvprooch to France as they will bring Argil". IF YOU USE disgrace: to this country if given the Mgeris upheld by Mr. .McKlnley ihanee. The perpetuation of In hanging on to his cabinet portfolio. controversy. Itself one of That's right the president knows that the most icgrettablu consequences of Alger bought it and paid good money the wlir. thus giving new foreu to the for it. -- St. Louis Republic. question ns nn element ot discord In the President McKlnley Is considerlimy, was an example, of petty petti- ing how far can the fogging unworthy of n backwoods go without being guilty of treason. It OWN LANDS INMISUOUBIP court of justice. 1000 ol UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY htTa b9a DO YOU Ifoldvour MlMourtI latidt buy Uitm. has never occurred io him that tor taiai. lll These arc but samples of Keed JOUN V. 11KOW.N, Willow Nprlna. Mo. laws N worth ot his works. Kansas City Independent. hisconsideration. Chicago Democrat. Mr. McKlnley has told IiIh f lends Brother John Wanninnker thinks CURS WHtrll AIL Wtl 1A1L8. f1 H he Intcndi to keep out of the speak- the acquittal of llrother Matt Quay is I'cnuanrctlr cur, nil ItchtDn. lluroliiK. Hcley, Boat Cuagh Byrup. TawMaaool. CaoH men at Halt tntlma. Hold.tiy druayltu. Bl ership contest mid thnt there will be n disappointment to every lover of Jus- bcaluantminUead.CHIIMalnt. I'l et. Buiut. Jtabr no administration candidate. The peo- tice and every friend of good governUu.nort. llanilruir. IIcHIdh Hcaln. Kallli llulr 8ofl.Bllliy.apd and maklmt It(Brcxlucln a Soft. Clear. ple could only iisk one thing more of ment. It will doubtless pain llrother Itnlcatoln Kare All A. N. K.- -E 17B9 Ifeautlful Hklu and Complexion). It contalut no him in this matter, nnd that is that he Quay to know that this class of folk lail.Bulphur.Cui)tharlde or anytblunlnlurlout. sreat teller canatert akel An look to It thut there l no llnnna candiis disappointed, but he will get over the to eaiy.day. Orunelitt Uifmall fiOc. Caidllarls WUEN 1.VU1TIKU TU AlV'NLTIMKlt or 8 ylente ttule that you aw tha AdverlU date. Chicago Journal. pain. lKnghiniton (X. Y.) Leader. Mnnnticturlnr C. N. Y. Andrew ICBI tn (. uiicr. cuator overrates the stuffed czar's astuteness; .Mr. Iteed hns. been troubled with political strabismus ever since the national convention that nominated McKinlcy, and cannot see mmm farther than thu pug nose on his face. Overfeeding is at all times disadvantageous; tnd .Mr. Keed has fed with such gusta tory ardor tqion his own greatness and imbition. that his intellectual indigestion is undergoing a disorder of the tuoM aggravated type, lllssystemgen-rate- s spleen like a weasel's, and yellow jaundice has had such an effect on hih ippearance that hi: has mistaken hlni-icfor a worshipful Chinese .loss. An Mr. Heed stood before, the house during the last hours before congress adjourned, he felt proud of himself, mid his nostrils distended with the pntitingR of victory; he hnd defeated the Nicaragua canal bill; he had defeated the bill for promotions in the navy; he bad bei.n instrumental In making u scandal of the civil service laws ami the census; in various ways, so far as he dared in the face of public opinion, he. hud frustrated the policy of the president, and hod sprouted quills of displeasure and criticism at every measure like n fretful porcu-- CHICAGO. Xo one conversant with the faets ot Winter will doubt that PLOUn vvjcai :iieni ... political history ui.ai SCnlcairurerinr No. Lnnna will be consulted concerning tho .. .... roKN-N- o. .' ''Speaker Keed is no fool," Mr. llnnna fpenLershSp of the Fifty-sixt- h con.. .... O T-- Na .. is quoted as saying, when asked conimgress Ills say-s- o is likely to be an !'" K Mecerning the reported determination of portant factor in determining who LAK .Steam NEW YOICIC. the man from Maine to mitagouio thej shall be chosen to fill the place made KLOUK-- W nttr patent sdmluistration. vacant by the retirement of Mr. Heed. : WHK.vT-- No There Is a possibility .that the Ohio The report that llnnna has decreed rOKN- No. i mixed ,.. rr. rt-en- t ,a :i.. 3 iV) 714 S &3 46 Tfitf 27 K) 15 5 it O (8 S to N 3 T5 4 10 rt-- it 41,'.((4 sm K7i be a man favorable to the Hanna-Payn- e subsidy bill is not calculated to excite surprise. It is entirely consistent with Manna's record and iifliliations. thut the speaker of thcucM house shall KYE- to 75 W 8 42U E I liABASTlNE? ts the original and only durable wall coaling, entirely different from alt Ready for use In white or twelve tcautlful tints by adding cold water. ADIES naturally prefer for walls and ceilings, because It Is pure, clean, durable. Put up In dry powpackd dered form, In ages, with-- full directions. LL. kalsomlnca are cheap, temporary preparations made from whiting, chalks, clays, etc.. with dennd stuck on walls ALABA8-TINE caying animal Blue. Is not a kalsomlne. EWARB of the dealer who says he can sell you the "same thing" as ALABASTINE or "something lust as good." .He la either not posted or la trying to deceive you. ,1JT IN OFFERING! something .. hna Vintitf'nt hAin nnrl 1rl-- l to sell on ALABABTINE'S demands, he may not realize the dnine.Ee you will, suffer by a kalsomlne on your walls. EN BIBLE dealers will not buy a lawsuit. Dealers risk one by selling and consumers by using Infringement. Alabastlne Co. own right td make wall coating to mix with cold water. HE INTERIOR WALLS of every schoolhouso should be coated only with nure, durable ALARASTINE. It safeguard health. Hundreds of tons are used annually for this work. N BUYING ALABASTINE, see that packages nre properly labeled. Beware of large four-poupackage light kalsomlne. ottered to customers aa atrc-poupackage. a UT8ANCE of wnll pacer Is obviated by ALABASTINE. It can.be used on plastered walls, wood ceilings, brick or canvas. A child can brush It on. It does not rub or ecalo off. STABLISHED In favor. Shun all Imitations. Ask paint dealer or druggist for tint card. .Vrtte for "Alabastlno Era," free, to ALABASTINE CO., Grand Rapids, Michigan. ALA-BASTIfive-pounnd nd Sir Jf OA.'S-Ml- xiil 33), I'OHK LAKD-WcM- erti New Mew it ta to 3CtrHf'(fKttm(f'f'HiM IIALTIMOII& FLOrit-Pam- lly 2 tflCAIN Wheut Na S reil eiro '. 7d!, to 3(1 t WM III w:TXBalT-C'to-.- v Itf I tH J CHAIN-Wheat- No. (fouxreJgE' i lf POHIC-Mi- Spalding; M ship-owni- League Ball Mnnna-Payn- a C2 Good Ink - mmmm m IJiSTFIIl "WELL A - tu Bmmt. y,,.. Xlrufc-Rla- mm grlmy-liunde- d thcHamp-son-Schle- y SAPOLIO 1U. t Ittaeum.Ko-iemu.Bcal- ts l iintl-tru- st - d P Luxurl-ant- ). Krut-llou- T.III. 3L !a . " ....t "l" 'PmWI.Mlf'l .1' 1 . k JKfcl'WiWft.- - .TW. ' A 1 -- -, ,... , ... 'TWBBItJI ... .., y W , x. r :, i . j! I SENATORIAL CONVENTION CALL. LOCAL NEWS. Oli, the organ man is tfriudlnc Lust winter's roon songs o'er, And tho haughty, naughty ico inau Flings a moisture at your door;; Aud tho moving van is rumbling, And tho tin pan's on iho jing, And tho tlmo is fast approaching For the flnnl ode to spring. in Sam Jones is conducting a revival Louisville. Tho meeting began I'LYIMl MACII1NK. Mqnht Air may Huston tlio nf Vkiieli At a meeting of thu First Senntnrinl Democratic District Committee, held nt Fulton, Ky., on April 0, lSlffl, n nmjor-itof ssild couitnittoo bcliif? prwont: Ordered, tlmt it district convention bo held iu tho city of Fnlton on Tuesday, May 33, 18U1, nt 2 o'clock p. m.. to nominate a Democratic candidnte for State Boiutor for said district to bu voted for at the November election, 189U. That tho Democratic- voter of each precinct in said district shall meet at their respective voting places on Suttir-duMay 2), 1890, iit 8 o'clock p. m.. standard time, to nclect delegates to represent them ftt said district convention, tho basis of representation to be one delegate, vote for every ouc hundred and fraction trver fifty votes cant for tho Detnwmtio electors for President in 1930; Provided, that each precinct shall bo entitled to at least one vote in said convention. Tho local committeeman, if present, hall call the prvciuct nieetini: to order, or iu his aiisenro tho Democrats present way organize mid hold iiil ii'j'ethn. AH who voted for Bryan for Presi dent, and all others who wish to bo identified iu future with tho Democratic warty, and rnirco to support the of this convention, shall bo entitled to participate iu these precinct conventions. , S. W Lt'TES-- Chm'n Fnlton Co. S. D. Gium:Y, Chm'n Hickman Co. Plcaso publish and oblige.. y. InTf)u Di I p.Ji Mfifnrtf. Da cu.. EEER ma uuuft iuuiu. Splendid Selection of Sot"1 lii' wwwmnwwi iwimviii & HANDLE, M Sunday. ' ' An earthquake shock wns felt in many Kentucky towns Sunday morning at two o'clock. The court of appeals says that mu-tiiiitii-j- i must imv franchise tax if they own water works plants. The Southwestern Kentucky Mcdi-c.tl Association will meet In P.idncah next Tuesday and WedueMlay, Uth aud n 1 10th. A tarantula, captured In a bunch or liiitiiue.Ls Saturday, lias attracted a mini- her of persons to Uiiruthurs' restaurant, this week. Tho advance agent of Cooper & Co's big railroad show was in tho city Mon-daand billed tho town. See in another column. An Indiana mini says ho lias invented a p;.uts button that will not couio otl. If his statement bo correct the old nail that lias worn out many a gallns for us iioui-iue- o S. D. GllUTKY. will Tho New Jersey Iload Law. hao to go. : . Tho rond lw New Jersey furnlahe probably the best Illustration of the effect of modern methods as applied to the construction and tnaiiualnance of public highway. Under this law the nbntting properly pays ten per cent of the cost of while the Blnte pnvn one third and the county the remainder. Those proportions would, of course, vary in different states, because of local conditions, but the principle of distributing tho expense is applica ble to every state. It would be unjust to require the state to pay the entire expense. The county, which furnishes nearly all the traffic passing over tho road, should contribute a generous share; and tho abutting property, being enhanced in value by the existence of the road, should bear h fair proportion. In fact, the Increased value of farm lands In New Jersey has so far exceeded the oost of tbe roads as to prove a source of unexpected profit to the owners, while the easy and inexpensive means of Teaching tbe market at all seasons adds materially to tho Income derived from farm products. So universally popular is the law that more petitions for new roads are filed than can be s granted promptly. now in force in Without Legs or Arms. ' n, When it is considered that tho woman of fashion owns no less than a iloion hats for each season there will bo no tuiniilria Snl !... ...... ... .n.l ""ST. Si h . .w, r , introduced A Courier correspondent from Lako County expresses the opinion that tho voters of Lako County will authorize the ivtne of $100,000 iu bonds for lovec and railroad by a laruo majority. Only 84 voters aro known to bo actively op- , . v ,, X r? One of tho Inventions Ri,nn which some of the most t libln ....i iiiIihIh of the world ate e Is a device that will man to navigate the air. Of 6tfi' the balloon vy liavo aUva J.illli . (ltlH us, but tho host ppcoinliHts tegard the balloon us suit iit to dirigible navigation. It prj trt'H an excessive resistance t (ho WIIMl UIMI UOCOIIICH (iciirur IPO soon to make it available f; ag voyages. If the balloon is made ie form of a cylinder or a cigar U' ed car. Iinperinuablo to gn i. as weight becomes too great ow able it to lift much else. t w been unrrently believed by iitiy exporiuienicrs that if a mo vu( exceptional power iu prop ri1" to Its weight could be pui :i.:o such t car b could bo forcAl ? , ward by a largo screw pro ittr' acting beneath it. The di flfcM heretofore has been to get 00' lor that would meet the dpi.' tioiis. Since extraordinary r c' have been obtained with K.-.- l atr, it has been suggested thai lis method of strong force r.d noIvo tho problem of a light tiotjr tor a living machine. Whir.tf course, unexpected onstaoltt) m the way of such a device luivta encountered, there seems a onablo probability that the air motor will innke possi lit practicable air ship. to-day ?r""?,sfi' j S tBi i - ' llr,', NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, L &c, Call and seu our Stock. Every- Watches, Diamonds, Jewdry, Clocks, Silverware, &c aFINE WATCH ANO JEWELRY REPAIRINB A SPECIALTY, -1 thing up to date. Sr Genuine Seth Thomas Alarm Clocks for 11.00. Doors ttust of Laclede Hotel, IHOKMAN, KY ('. A. IIOLCOlllR, T. VI Mary Bkuknmcs & Co. It. T. TTI.KII, ITt.'t. (J. S. Battlett i Win. lieu IM2 (Succfsior lo Ilentlbrlnk,) IN HICKMAN, EENTUOKT. ra 3 3 R i URAL!! Fancy Groceries and IV. id Vp SlIUI'MLs t,M Provisions, BIQKMAN, KENTUCKY. " .!. Capital BL m. Jl aim. s w. r. JoHXMes. ... v ANZ, !),. XMMU. $50,000.00 W. H.BALTZBR lfMUVIDlUk IMtOFITH Solicits your 1uhIihhh. Wo offer tin) tnoHt Llhornl AoeoiDiotltloi to our UtiHtomurH Uonhlnti'tit with KstuhliitbaU Hankiiii; I'rliiclplrs. - FIU3B DBIilVKUY. I. T. TYIiKU. J. W. O. A. DIRBOTOES IIOLCOMIIK. J. NAYLOK, COWOILIj, W. L. MrCL'TUHKN. M. U. 8HAW. Tolophouo Storo 9ft. o. 91; IlesU idencc, No. UK KM AN WAGON CO KAM'I'Afrt'MIT" Til K CCUKMKATKB g-- of tho HickIX tlKrtEOItlA-fl. man Telophouo Exchange. Is engaged week iu putting iu a lino connectthis Ron Wahc, hod of Mn. Urjr Wd ing Hickman with Shuck's Switch and Stato Line. This will prove of great at hit home 5 miles nl of Fulton convenience to tho citizens of those nrounj nipni, April lUlli, lt'J'J. a -- posed. Mr. Henry Kinerson, vn.U 4tmr" UkMrnm an iBi (ktalsBBBBBBBBBBBr places. places, May 20 at CJiOVEIt AND TIMOTHY IUY For salo by W. M IUroj A Missouri farmer figured it 6 miluH east of Hickman. Expanding Human Sympathy. out one rainy day that ho had walked 300 miles In oultivating FOIl NAI,K. What record in benevolence one acre of corn. He thereupon Ono gwxl milch cow and ynnng calf. can equal this! Baroness Hlrsch, sold his farm and moved to a town ALo, a flno mare. Said mare U due to dying, possessed a fortune of where he walked GOO miles to find And colt tho 18th hint. M. A. MpDamkl, 1124,000 000. leaves all of ajob. State Liiii., Ky a bequest of $20 000,000 to relatives and the 84,800,000 taxes A NEW USE FOR CORN STALKS. on the total to be expended in We learn from Public Opinion charity. Her husband before his death devoted fabulous sums to that a great revolution is promisbenevolent purposes and his wid- ed in tho manufacture of paper, ow followed in his footsteps while she survived. She exceeded in and one that will gladden the her will all previous examples of heart of the Western American THE POPULAR LINE For no longer look beneficence, when the s farmer, who will St. Louis, Chicago, Si. PiuI.OwiIki, Kn upon his stripped of her aggregate be- helplessly out City, nn Toledo, arid point corn fields, aud the rows of bare North, HintDetroit, Went, Cuiio. aVew quests is considered; nnd aud blackened corn stalks which Charity like this is not bo Mobile, I!lrminhmn, Naih-IIIChnttanooga, MoniKomerj, TbcmaB-vlllmust be plowed under in spring, Iu this day and generaAtlanta. Anemia, Chirle.toii, tion as it was in earlier stages ot or reduced to ashes, returning to JBokfonvilte, Tumpft, Tamtbe expansion of human sympathy. the soil an infinitesimal degree of pa, Miami, and nil point n Port Souih-ea- i. the I u fertilization. Hereafter the stalks ms, hospitals, Libraries, asy training schools and colleges aro will be as carefully harvested as Elet'ini Ventibuled Firm Ch. Oonohen being built and endowed by men the grain and fodder, for it is from with moklii(; room, and conipli toilet roomn ami lavntorirn for ladles and and women of wealth aud of the shive itself, that shining Porter in ailendanre obarired coat that incloses the soft every creed. with ibe coaforl of white pulp, that thu new process Vesllhuled Palace the ansenir.fi, A no 8leepng (,,', The Somers bribery case at will make wrapping and printing brawloR Room and Hiifet between MtD 8l Frankfort resulted in a hung jury paper, as well as stationary of the rjOiiU and Mobil', New Orleans, Tbora8vllle and JacVsonflHo, 8 for conviction and 4 for ac- finest quality, and a superior class quittal. There was uo ques- of cardboard, thus in all probabil Fla. J T- l'(! tion raised as to offering the bribe ity effectually displacing existing Ueucrai. iraltio .Mitnager Mobile bat only as to whether tbe statue methods of manufacture- from rags K. i: 1'O.v aud wood pulp. General i'aitcuger applied to uooveutiou dulegutes. 2 p. m. -- An unique arrival at Conway, Ky., the other day without legs or arms. He is just a little round dumpling of a youngster, except for the fact that he 1b limbless, be is all right. His parents have named him Ernest Dewey Franklin. He was born to Mrs. James A. Franklin. Little Dewey Franklin has been taken to Cincinnati, where the museum managers are offering enormotiti sums to his mother for the privilege of exhibiting bor truly wonderful child. Doctors from all over Ohio have oome to examine him. He weighs fourteen pounds two ounces. His bead and trunk are well formed, His features are perfect and his eves are deep blue; Instead of t arras he has only stumps, resembles the flippers of a p orpoise. There isabsolutoly-nsign of legs. two little balls or tlesb on ouch side of tbe thighs indicating the point where these usual members for location should have been. Tbe spinal column is complete, even to tho sacrum and coccyx. Id bis habits be Is a model child. o The papers stato that tho laws of Kentucky prohibit fishing lu any of tho streams or lakes m tho stato from May 1st. to July 1st. Of course one can fifth on his own privato pond. This is u law that will bo "muchly" violutcd. Wo know of no such law. It is no time to bo idio now. Good health aud digestion wait on outdoor exercise. Tho garden rake and a fow matches will get away with much unsightly stuff about tho alloy or back yard. Tho thrift of a place is judged bv strangers from the neat appearanco of tho streets, lawns aud the wholo premises about residences. A Fulton jury has acquitted a negro murderer. A fow days ago a negro unuied Rev. Hillsniau cave himself up to tho authorities iu Fnlton and said that ho had killed a negro for intimacy with his wife and wanted to surrender himself. The negro was tried at Fulton and acquitted, tho jury returning a verdict to the effect that ho was justifiable in thu killing. Henderson Gleaner Owing to tho prevailing styles of millinery this season tho man who goes to church or tho theatro will hardly get a chanco to seo tho speaker unless ho sits on tho deacons' bench at church or in the bald headed row nt tho theatre. Tho ladies' hats turn up in front, aro trimmed both high and broad. A man might as well bo behind a barn as behind one of those triumphs of architecture. A delimit to contemplato is a enp ot COFFEE, clear, pure, and harmlessly invigorating. Aro you one of tho millions who uso Chase os baubonra Famous Coffee? If so, you know its unquestionable excellence. Sold only by II. Buchanan. W. G. Winter, druggist, Clinton, Ky., says ho has sold Plantation Chill Cnro for many years, and among tho many chill tonics ho finds tho Plantation tho most reliablo ho sells, as it acts different from tho uuinino tonics, which only stops chills for a short time. It removes tho cause, and tho euro is permanent. 6 months ami 2& He fluuerer lor nine months t tin ron tion. lie leave it mother, nerer! eri nd Iler, anl a hot of frigid. o mourn liU ilenta pmfened relit in at ( Hrce obnroh tml joined the Melftcf-- i Church ft I Ebeneier Tba meiubeM of Kbeneter, ftii'l epeoillT of in Bintiy School, feel the Inns of Bob morrftxn i hey en expreio, heevtse he ulkrdtn lia ao much nbnut God ami the hnntof waiting for l'a ppiee tnJ rexl thai that be wan willing to go, tnl ho r U wanted all of hi nl Ebe iht to meet him In ihti Iteautilnl home ut God ha prepAreil for Ml children; m ilb; the help of tiod we promised to men urn there around our hleeil r'aiber'a ih e. where we can praUe him Ihroufh eter it; jfHr, dj. Ir J5S noeitr T'T , 'T'T'I'T 1 ElIL.-UZK- SUDAT Sdto '. The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! LAItOK F.VEHV PAOF--S WKKK FOR ONLY j 4 foi; oovEKNon: T?U -- P. WAT. HARDIN. $1.50, k, Snbjcct to the action of tho Democratic Stato Convention. ( L, The nerat. weekly Republic, the bent jencral newepapar printed in Iht and Tbt Rrpubllo wnrll, eoniainlnc Cthe in etcht paje lwlae-.weModt-- I M tine om otr far JI.M) nr i Farmers Free Column. 5 ' Undor this heading will horwiftorbo Hum published notices not to exceed each, from fanners who nro who have Iiotm-h- iniilcs. cows, products, Heed, &o.t for salo. fn-- of ch.irgo. , , ' ' MWNRl t9 K. anjr oiher Western The Mcuxlne w u bile, hut i iutilt A.l.lr... .11 mull, " K. io ..!.. . Id .old onlr In onncetlon epnratlr each week. V ion with lb Mioi-week- ly a 10 tons of good Timothy Hur A II. for alo. us: ui:29i;ismc, nt. Lkct. l iiw, n. Hay for Sale. Sixty tons of irood Timothy Hiy for sale. Apply to J. "V. Maktiv, Jr., Woodlaud .Milbi, Tonn. Ti head gool yonng mnles. Well hroko, will sell for cnHli or on time, or hire, out for tho seiihou. J. O. Baknes. The Luxury of Travel Can best bu found on the train t!u 20 lori'H for Item. ply to 20 ncred good corn land for rent. Ap- S. L Dkewkv. Elegant SeQp ncv, luzuriout (meals a settled. advancing In price in this counI havo n good McCormick Binder for try and Europe. If it over reach- sale, cheap. Apply to C. Ii. Rosk. es pur tho silver question will be The price of Silver bullion is BIMIKIt FOB. SAbK. Parlor Cafe Cars It carte) have been placed In tbe day tntlaa between I yfcaW ventions to name, a candidate for Ono gool work liorso. Throe miles Stato State Senator iu this District west of Cayco, onMiw. Bond K. A. Tho v ah. meet at the respective voting The Democratic precinct con- For Sule. Memphis and Texas. The scat fare Is but 25 or 50 ccnta, according to distance, thus affording the greatest possible comfort for tbe least expense. Elegant wide restlbuleii Free Chair Cars Br?RBI B (with ladles' dressing room and gentle men's smoker) run through on all trains to Texas. Mobile And Ohio Pullman Sleepers, Comfortable Day Coaches. Railroad. tnomon-txienton- S3 UtfU Whether you prefer Parlor Car, Chair Car, Coach or Sleeper, you will find greater comfort and fewer changes If you buy your tickets via the Cotton Belt Route. Write for time tobies and Illustrated pamphlets on Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, They will be mailed free If you mention this paper. .1 ? M. ADAMI, Travcllog Or-leai- l'enccr J. e, Agent, CAIRO, ILL. E. W. LaBEAUME, Qcn't Paaa'r and Tick.t Agent, ST. LOUIS, MO. i e, U. G. PARK. O. HPlUailT CO. P a. a' DR. S. K. DAVIDSON PARK MAYFIBLD, & SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. sill-ciou- s gen-llemt- n. I n I ipR-otr- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Mont-gnraor- " - z 2 'fioBBl o aw Z HO tftm I g Will lo n Uonornl Law HuhIiiohb iu all Courts, Statu and Fed- oral, nnd in all tho Courts s of Fulton Couuty. OITloo over Oowjjill & Oowgill'a - a Prompt Attention Chen Collections Drag Store, X fc Tt 'M y. p"ymm'"m" " mvmmf mimmfi4ifinJ'Afi 'i