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XXXIV, NO. 25. wmmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmmmmmmmmi Hove Received This Week r M Etnt ical and Personal. Will RaltZPr Idi-rH Good Show Mm Coming! BIMETALLIC LEAliUE VENTION. liOiiIsTllle, CON- . Some very handsome Fallenis. allowing an excellent lino of ' We ure also v BLACK DRESS GOODS ol every JeHoription. evening. FariM. of CnrnMipnivtlln. Vn.. i8vi ;lng hu relative Dr. A. A. Farto. : Jc'Hslo Inler reculvnil )ifr vnmiir ladyl tend from U to fi Thursday ove. 4 atident McKinloy is at Hot flori Va., eujoyiuK a few weeks qulektv W. W- - Horner is attcudiug thefouheni Baptist Couveutlou at LoBjMrillo tliLi week. T2Ias Carrio Parliam and Mrs. Henry tyvflr"1: wiU lcav" Monday for Aiinn, IU.fifc visit relatives. -- rMiw Hcndereou will go to Clinton nexUfcmk, to attend theclodntf exercis-cs.ofjCllnto- Club tn nnlnrlnln May MONDAY , AFTERNOON HICKMAN 15 Ky., May 31st, and 2nd, 1609. Jise lit $ 1 - AND NIGHT, CO OOORER & SHOWS.S UNITED RAILROAD fts 4ai eLV-B- ho third annnal Convention of tho League of Bimetallic Clabs of tho Ohio Valley will be called to order at Louisville, Kentucky, on , May 31st, 1809, and will continue In session until the night of Jnne 2nd, 1899. There will be two or three sessions daily. Tho following have positively nml s unreservedly accepted to address said Conveninvi-tation- u College. ,rff- number of preachers and dnle- KtfHanjin tho city this week, DLstrict Conferouco. -- 'New White Pique. This Ih a groat Pique Hcamui, anil we show stripe and fannies. in .wait, complaint. beautifitjTline ,! rTlirte prisoners wero sent to tho MBlk'titlary at tho term of court last ljut 8 remain in jail, about tho fat It 4 - New Belt Buckles and Sash Rihhons. isoim, May 25, to man out a line of esawaigus for next year. Jie peoplo of Union City pavo tho ratillniiiK members of tho 4th Tennesgrand welcome and banquet. see? It 'J. -- Mfe1"11 conferenco of the Democratic Committee will lo held at St. Wf4 royal occasion. Fans. The greatest lino ever hliowiLjn Iliukinan. sortment of Jap Faun froniC to 2fic. A bij as- f Br a v New Millinery. The Millinery Department tins been an immense flticoens this pennon, anil we are uoutiiuiully getting in new thingH. Some beautiful things tdiowu this week. Parasols and Umbrellas. An excellent lino., WM ' ' - at ZL s- - 2' Ml no,k ":!- . . " - .je-aSf- c Oreat Clowns, 2 Performances Daily Admission Reduced to 2"c. Children aaaMra. N. J. Coram. under 10 years of ago, lCc. Street Parade at 11 :.'10 a. in. 7r3Br. O, J. Mauesc, of Columbus, MiaiTf and one. of Cayco's most popular Excursion Rates on all Lines of Travel. you ladies visited their friend, Miss MjMjfcHeudersou, Sunday. The young people enjoyed a dance at tho Lacledu Hotel, 4S editor of tho Charleston f evening. Among thoso Mrnmtly argu for a high tax on Wednesday present were : iHaen. uiui. t'uiior ceriamiy lias no ox- Miss Anderson and Ward Lutcn. lou of running for olllce. " Rogers and Dr. Curliu. . Cofllu has an artirlo based on iBBHI " N. Rogers uud Dr. Nay lor. iimbWgk and exuerionpfi thnr. liffrroou ' Atwood and Kenneth Anucrson. Din l.'irt'n ritii'U nrn ilvimr nnt loeHU in " Ireno Faris aud Al Fans. iiftH n id in thu rountrv rif'rrrminir. ' M. Faris and W. Thockmortoii. . Jfe. rf fjjtm: N". O. & St. Ti. Hnllm.iil snlla " French and Mit Shaw. ... ' Case aud John Dillon, jr. .t Mils week to Hickman at Littlo, of Union City and Rob of tlin M. K. nthtrint. iice iu sessiou hero this week. . Goalder. r Miss Isler and Bon Herring, of Union SOTh O Mw fnr tlin timHtoriiiir nnt nf City. Miss Mercer and Geo. Millett. r tronint in thn PhilinntiiRH MissBrovard and Chas Travis. Miss Mnv nth. nml it: In 1wlnvoil L. Ramago aud Ernest Johnson. Miss Mr. aud be returned homo by July 1st. RamagQ aud John Dillon sr. i Mrs Seth Curliu. Bob Tyler, Mrs. Ed. costwof jfflie Connor 8trlK.rrit's uico basketrf of delicious from Mrs. W. J. Harper acknowledges tho Massachusetts. Hon. J. P. Altgeld, of Illinois. Gov. O. S. Thomas, of Colorado. Senator J. C. S. Blackburn, of Kentucky. Hon. 1'. W. Hardin, Kentucky. Hon. W. J. Stone, Kentaoky. Hon. Wm. Qoebel, Kentuoky. Hon. John J. Lentz, Ohio. Tho Largest Ono Ring Show on Earth. Hon. E. B. Flnley, Ohio. Thu Wonderful Jatmucso Troupe, non. Henry Warrum, IndUtBt. 4 in Number. Den Performing Lions, non. F. J. Van Vorie, Indiana. ! 1 tion: Hon. W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. Hon. George Fred Williams, of ijtc I m M Elect IHN In 18M. There will be few eleotioai this year, towa, Kentaoky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi and Ohio are the only States that elect Governors aud State officers. In all these, with the exception of Maryland and Ohio, the reselt can be predioted with reasonable certainty. Without donbt Kentaoky will supplant her present Republic Governor with a Democrat. la Maryland the race will be elose, with the probabilities favoring Democratic success, owing to the result of the reoent ajereHy race in contest in BeHl-aot'. e. h m r-- t Enter-prW- . -- ., reduc-;oua.otn- it -- .. mi Some, special lyjno? things P&BrauiiSvz9EM3&&HRnCijS'ME (Urn. th.twUt U;t mUki L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. uiiUiuuiiUiiuuuiiuaiuiiuiuuuuuiiuuiuaiuiiiuuiUiR H. F. REMXEY, K Attorney-at-Law- WK AUK RECEIVING How The Prenident ih Paid. . Build-lug. Offloo up stnlrH, Holcombo HICZ2CAN, KENTUCKY. Will practice ui nil Court of the Statu. A. T OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, "IIVKMK A The ProHldent or the United States reoeivea bin salary in a warrant upon the Treasurer at tho beginning of every month, and Col. Conk, one of the clerks of the White House, obtains hia signature and receipt and deposits the money to Ins credit In one of the Washington banks. The warrant is wipned by tho chief of the warrain division mid approved by the Saiirutarv of tlin Treastirv or one of his assistants.--Philadelph- ia KENTUCKY. THlALwhrn you waul tloiif, or In Record. No matter what the packed commission, appointed to whitewash Jpee'ally Quggies Wagooe, &c. Ilufinbolnc and fjarriages the administration and humiliate I alio kp full lint of Gen. Miles, lias roported, says the Hopklnsville Kontuckirtit. the o Ooodo publie is well convinced that Gen. EVERY FEW DAYS, Miles told the troth ubout the rotami tint "Up with the Time" on ami HolM Black Coannn, ten beet fed to the soldiers by Walnut Cofline and Coin, wbleli can be favored contractors who ''stood filltil up In xhorl notion, ami at raon-alil- r in" with tho President. There are price. 0W ma a call. too many men soatterod oyer the Shop near the Jail. M country who ate the beef, to leave OUR SALES comare. larger Hum they havo over lieon any doubt of the fuels. The mission's report wi'JI not be. bethis SpriiiK, itiid are improviiiK. lieved at home or abroad. which proves wo have X l'la'aM-iUlil-i- f Undertaker' ItoM-woo- Style and Finish GOODS. YOU GET MORE COUKIKK In () JOUUNAL tbnn In any other paper piibllilied liolb Id iuallt autl TWK5K-A-WKE- thu kxxIh, uml qiianllly. 104 Papers One Year For '50 Cenls, TtVICK-A-WEKK Tuk woman who possossos the longest head of hair in the world is said to be Merceries Lopez, a AT PRICES Mexican. Iter height is Ave feet, thut aro within thu reach of all. SURRIES fWi.uo and up. and when she stands! erect her UUUG1ES .0() hair trails on the grou.od four feet HUGK.BOARUS JJO.OO ' eight Indies. The hair is so thick HARNESS 8.00 " that she can completely hide herand everything in self In It. She has cut it very frequently, as It grows so quickly, enabling her to sell large tresses to hair dealers every month. She is the wife of a poor sheep herder. CULTIVATORS AND MACHINERY, GOOD cup ot COFFEE, clear, pure, aud harm extent apparent (n pjssly invigorating. Aro you one of tho States, Tho immense crop of the outlook for Demoerat. who strawberries has overstocked the homo millions Coll'eeVusu Chase & Saulxaru's io victory in the Buokeye State ! Faniou. If so, you know its market It would prove our lnsst pay- unquestionable ixeellence. Sold only by no means discouraging. The ing crop if we had a quick aud largo by II. Buchanan. evolution of Mayor Jones, of To market to supply. e Republiledo, as an Monday Cooper & Co'a great RailKeep Posted. can candidate for Governor is ex road Show exhibits in Hickman. Men People who dont rend papers, pected to increase Desaoontio who havo seen it pronounce it by far dont know chances. the fluent and best show of tho kind and consequently now iu tho United States. what is going on in tho world, are It goes without saying that The monster reception that will tho ones the gold brick, and throe Mississippi will go Democratic lie giveu Admiral Dewey ou his return minute churn Bhnrps inquire for and Massachusetts the other way. to thu United States, iu June, will sur when thoy go into n neighborhood. In Pennsylvania the Republican e pass anything ever extended to any They want no other meat or game will elect Judges, and in New man, in tho history of this country. Many men too York and New Jersey, where triat easier tn catch. Tho Peace Congress of the Nations, poor to take a rmper are really money is largely in evidence, invited by tho Czar of Russia, couvunes poor because they dont do so. majority of legislatures will at tho Hague, May 10. England aud man who can buy intelligence A probably be the for elected by the party tho United States havo agreed to present a joint proposition to settlo all one dollar a year, in advance, and whioh depends on traits end on wars and differences betweeu Nations refuses to do so, is n sucker eaBy which trusts depend. St. Loais by arbitration. to bite at any bnit that looks like Republic Thu May Festival in Nashvillo is a fly. intended to surpass iu grandeur anyCONFERENCE UF (J0VERN0R8. thing ever held in tho South a perfect carnival of lieanty. One fare rate on Governor Sayers, of Texas, has all railroads. Ainuncini'iit.s day and night. declared an Intention of calling a conference of tbe Governors and There is scarcely a doubt that the lfveo from Hickman to Tiptonvillo will Attorney Generals of all States l built, aud that the N. C. & St. L. for the purpose of consulting upllailroad will iron and equip it, extending their lino down to a on a conoert of legislation to pat ippi connection at Caruthersvillu down tbe trust evil. Smith. "Did you know they're Austin or Dallas is expeotsd to Shoes down at Shaw's now?" BaBBBLaaLaHLH Joints. "No." be the place at wbiob tbe conferSmith. "Well they aro, anil selling TaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaB'Bl enco will be held, and the 15tb of theni mighty cheap too. Any kind of a Shoe you want from thu cheapest to June tbe time. tho best." BaPBaBaBaBlBBaBlBBB 'LaaV Governor Sayers Is an earnest Judgo Robbius, ou Tuesday, hoard and consistent antagonist of ao tho ease of certain against nopoly, and tbe sentiment of hia tho Trustees of Rural Academy, iu reState if in hearty accord with hia. gard to school tax recently voted m His attitude and Intention are set that district. By agreement of coiisel tho case was tried at Jordan. Judge forth in the following statement HobhiuH' ilecisiou was against tho validto a correspondent of the St. ity of tho tax. Louis Republic: "I want truta Tho fish tr:iiln uf Hii'lrinim rpiieliiN destroyed in the interest of legiti much larger proportion than most peo- mate business and tbe pnblio welhomo-grown anti-machin- week. the IK He will be absent about ono V.IIOll2llf IO M 01&aW!M aHKSPav !iHsSILbH trans-MksL- ss I sell-in- g 19 tax-paye- lllu tlllllV. T.Mut tnmitlio Llilmiiixitd PLOWS, AT LOWEST PRICES. Annual COUIUKR.JOUR. The NAL la the eiiia of many Jallleo, ami the aiiperior of all other papera. It prints mora real news, more ooil olait nintler, W. G. WlNTKlt, ilruKKUt, Ollutou, Ky., more ooJ aloriee, than anr other. If. tieJ Wednetday od Saturday. A food Hiiy hu hiw Hold Plaututiou Chill Curo oommlinloo lo ageiitH. Sample eople free for many yearn, and uuiouk tlio many chill touicH hu tluda tho Plaututiou thu Write lo ou nppllcatlon. uiorit roliablo ho hoIIm, or it uct different from tho quiuiuo touicH. whioh only COURIER-JOURNA- L CO, Htoprt chilU for u Hhort time. It romoveH LOUISVILLK, KY. thu cauHu, uud thu curo in pormtuieut. I'ourcatlon TranrelerH' Pro- - amounted to 00,748 ixniuils, bringing in roturu more thou $2400.00. Tho aggro-ffatsales for thu veur will roach !(!. .iiu. nnntniMono ah i. ..,r,..,.. Imrsed hereabouts to peoplo engaged in the industry. faWA lit tio cam iu making of Coffee is necessary, but you cannot exercise too niuuh caution iu thu selection of tho article itsolf. If you would have Ooffeo that is beyond compare, buy only Chase & SanlMirn's Famous Coffee. Bold only by H. Buchanan. o .ll I .CHASE 'iWilH SANDERS&REEVES. Tho District Conference of tho tfctlre Association, Union City District will couvunu this 18U9. Louisville, Ky., May morning at 9 o'clock iu tho Mothodist For thu above occiwiou all coupon Uunrch, Tho Iroufereneo will be pro- uKuntw of tho Mobile & Ohio Ruilrond sided over by Rev. W. D. Jenkins, Pre- will soil ticketH to Louiaville and re- - sitting Elder,. Tho Conferenco reprelimltod sents tweutv pastoral charges. Tho cit turn, ut rate, of ouo flrat-oliufaro for tho round trip, on May 16th aud izens of Hickman are invited to attend 10th, limited for return paasaKU to May tho business sessions. Tho ooeniug ser 24ud, 1899. For ticket, tituo and full mon was preached Inst night. There information upply to uonrest station will bo preaching morning uud night, to whioh tho public is invited. BKont. Sold only by HsSmTurSiMiM fare. When tbe Texas Legislatara passes the law now before it, or one approximately similar, J will then call tbe oonferenoe of Gov ernors and Attorney General with a view of inaugurating a del nite policy by tbe States baled on uniformity of legislation." Tho practical wisdom of tb plan proposed is obvlons. It la calculated to organize a unifom standard of repressive legislation tn all the States and thereby maka B I tbe crushing of trusts both oeav prehensive and effeotlve. clares- - be was t' X V I I II. BUCHANAN. made him in telling what ha would do If tbe Colorado volin- toers were not ordered horn frta tbe Philippines at one. nothing like ao spunky as newspaper r a p o r t The Governor of Colorado de r TvatfttOkO V? J " J A "MA Um .rv Sfcfl y,. , 'Ryf V ' iff jr x NWwiv!.wv tVli: . . ' ,lffflfc, Yiiiaiiiliiwi - ni.'m ,.!' ....- MIUJ.J'' 2 - I, n"!,2S-'Cv- -t w wUjo frP VI f. I ri he Hickman Courier WAR'S END NEAR. A. DENOUNCED AT A BANQUET. ir TmltnrM ii WINTER RESORT. (ecu. Robert P. STEEL COMPANIES COMBINE. - , OtiOllGi: WAKMIX. Publisher. HICKMAN, i KENTUCKY Commissioner Sclnirimin Is Xejrotiiit inir With Filipino Lender. it Urn. tinmen Clmrurterlcil Demon- Culm An Inttlun In II in mm. (.'IUI Kenned', of tbo Insular Commission, Jlnkes u Report. One-Four- th UOO Stock Will llr tlelween .l 1)0,000,. mill HUO,tlOII,UUO, 1'oMlbljr .Store . Uenl Ii Vary l'r "He That is Warm Thinks All So." 77wusdtufs nre lUiu-hlng- MAY Mon. J 899. Fri. ' r53KEf Rodriguez, was the occasion for an and demon stration. Gen. Manuel SangulHyCol. Juan OunlbOrto Gomez, a member of 8 JO 11 12 13 J the assembly's executive couimtttci., and other speaker denounced (lea. 15 16 17 18 19 zu (tomez as a traitor to Cuba in having given aid to the intervening power, 22 23 24 25 26 27 "los Yankees," who were referred to di terms of dislike and suspicion, 28 29 30 31 The only voice raised in protest against such assertions among the hundred well known Cubans who tscro present, Including the editors of incut CURRENT TOPICS. of the local papers printed in Spanish, was that of Senor Mdel Plena, editor Gen. Mii.es lias become an ardent of El Indcpcndcntc, who said that golf player. O.nk province In Cuba reports but the Cubans would most speedily ga.n cattle, against 700,000 before the their independence by war. with the Americans, adding, "the purMexico lias bad 55 presidents since pose of tho United States military au1821. Of these 16 have died violent thorities Is to aid Cuba to prepare tor deaths. self government and to leave as socu 0 The Hed Cross society is f ceding after as possible." people in the Russian province of Tho local papers continne to fill their Knzen. columns with stories of brigandage The Union Match Co., capital from every part of the island. Sonio has been incorporated in New imply that most of these reports art) Jersey. unreliable, others seem to adopt them Nearly 20,000 pounds of bread are daily eaten in the sultan of Turkey's by giving them special prominence. household. In the latter elass are La Discussion There arc 3.0C4 languages in the and La Luchu, in the former are El world, and the inhabitants profess Recnnccntrado, La Llbertad, La Patria more than 1,000 religions. and all the Spanish organs. is the only great The United States According to a dispatch from nation whose postal receipts fall below Senor Jicotea Perez, a Spaniard its expenditures for the service. of high character and standing, tlisatv- London's record of deaths by violence partment. was 3,164 last year, being 124 above The executive department as rccotn pcarcd on Sunday and t riday his the average of the preceding 10 years. mended by the commission is to cod corpse was iouiiu near me city, tcr-It has been ascertained that one of sist of a governor general, who shaJ rlbly machetcd. The crime is nttrlb-the mountains in the moon is 30,000 utcd by the authorities to the same feet high, while several are upward of band of outlaws that burned the cane 60,000 feet. on the Constants plantation. Ran- An artificial rubber, as good as the dits In the same district attacked real thing, is now made of glue and ..... ...I U l.A l WIC nl.Hlntt.tti fft.t..l pi.lUl.lhlUU UIHUUll, J ,11111 1... .lir glycerine, mixed with sulphur oil, such Cullcrach and the plantation Agclei :s ichthyoi. owned by Senor Francisco Oarcia; but One of England's consuls in Egypt reports that English is now generally they were finally repulsed by the rural among the middle classes guards, who killed two members of of French. the baud that have not been identified The oldest medical recipe is said by and a third who was recognised as AI-- I ft French medical journal to be that of frcdo Rodridguez. a well known brig-A hair tonic for an Egyptian queen. It and largely responsible for disturb-is dated 400 II. C. nnrrH in nnt.i Clnrn. CI EX. Hooth, head of the Salvation Gov. lien, llrooke announces that army, will establish an industrial farm Sc:nor Frcderico Mora has accepted tile of 15,000 acres in the Collie district of post of supreme court fiscal, which wis western Australia. offered him Thursday and which lie The water of the Salt Lake in Utah JACOI1 GOULD SCHURMAN. is six times as salty as that of the had said lie would bo unable to ccpi ocean. It is estimated that It contains (Treatdent of the United States Philippine unless uKn his own conditions. Commlmlon.) 3,700,000,000 tons of salt. An electric arc lamp for use under have absolute veto power over any SAN FERNANDOXAPTURE JZJSM "water a consummation that has baf- - acts of the legislature and his cabinet, Miis. forme.? ol lenders among the Filipinos l:t&?.'1alflcd. cleictrictuns for rears? ham . been. and Americans. The legislative de The Imurcrnt Ktnruto the limn Iflrt produced'bya German firm. Settluc It on Kirn eien. 1.4 t too Milt A school girl of Elizabethport, X. partment will be organized as a result ejuartcrcil at lUllnac. J., died from blood poisoning, result- of tho granting of suffrage to the Filiing from blows on her arm playfully pinos having property qualification. Mami.a. May 0. Maj. Gen. Macr-thur- 's inflicted by a schoolmate on her birth The president will be empowered to division advanced lo San Ferday. appoint the members of the judiciary nando Thursday aud found that tie No total eclipse will be visible in list as he will be empowered to ap- place had been evacuated by the rebel, New England or the middle states till point the governor general. who left only a small detachment to January 24, 1025. On June 20, 1055, What the cabinet oflicer regarded as cover their retreat by train, lien. will occur the longest eclipse for many occupied the burning town centuries, totality lasting more than the best feature of the whole matter seven minutes in the Island of Luzon, was the acceptance of the commission's without loss. proposition by the Filipiono envoys. The rebels south of Manila attemptat or.vCry near Manila. "As Assyrian tablet in the cellar of It was learned that before the submis-iio- n ed to rush through llrig. Gen. Ovec of this proposition to them they shine's lino Thursday night. Tho atthe lirltish museum has on it a representation pf the hanging gardens of had asserted that they did not repre- tempt failed, but the rebels maintained Babylon, according to Hcrr Uruno sent Gcu. Luna, but Aguinaldo. a fusilade ou the Ith infantry for sevMcissncr. If he is right this is the It is believed the presentation of the eral hours. The demonstration waj first testimony to their existence commissions proposition was in com ineffectual beyond scaring the inhabfound among the cuneiform inscrip- pliance with the request of the Fili- itants of Manila. tions. pinos who desired to know what the The outposts of the Idaho and CalThe East Grccnlanders journey round to West Greenland to get snuff, promises made by the United States ifornia regiments beyond San Pcdru Tho first proposition Macati were also attacked during the and will consume four years in a single really meant. excursion there and back, often, ac- made by them to the commission was night. Maj. Gen. Lawton is still quartered cording to Xanscn, remaining no long- for an armistice, during which the Filer than an hour at the trading sta- ipinos proposed to call together their at Ualinag. tion before taking up their homeward congress and through that body arNr.w Yokk, May -A Manila dismarch. range for peace. patch to the Journal says Gen. Luna The life of an editor in Scrvia is not The proposition was refused without was wounded in the fighting near San a delightful one. Within the laat two consideration. It was then admitted, Tomns Thursday. The dispatch also years a weekly paper has had 16 edit- the cabinet oflicer said, that the Fili- says that the monitor is shelling ors. Fifteen of them arc in jail for too keenly commenting upon government pino array was too weak to stand Paranaquc, south of Manila. affairs; and the 10th has just been against the American force, which was TWO NEGROES EXECUTED. hustled olf to join them for tho same greatly its superior. Aguinaldo, the ' envoys declared, is not fighting for the offense. Mint lliarlr Win. ton, llotti A whiter in the Arena contends that independence of the country so much Win. Strtitlu-Colored, Tajr the IViiiiltj- for Jlur- the death penalty has been a failure in as for the honor of the army and they flor ut Nahlii;toiL this country, basing this conclusion on thought It humiliating that they the increase of homicides. The ligurcs should be compelled to lay down their Waruinoto.v, May 0. The double given arc somewhat startling. In lbSO arms there were only 4,200 homicides in the tho without first understanding what hanging of Win. Strather and Chariot United States proposed to do. United States but in 15 years the numWinston at (lie district jail paiscd off If the United States persisted in quietly. Tho two colored men 10,500. ber went up to started Statistics gathered regarding the overriding the Filipinos by force, Col. for the scaffold juit at noon, and seven bubonic plague in India shows that Arguelles declnred, tho natives would minutes later they weic swinging fcinco the beginning of the last outretreat to the mountains and would break at Uotnbay 250,000 deaths have continue for years a guerilla warfare, from the gallows. Several ministers were with them been recorded. This number, how which would be to the great injury of throughout tho morning, and both ever, is Dclicvcu to be much below the the United States. men neglected a light luncheon tent actual total, because the natives are Mr. Schurman's communication made them by the warden in order to sing known to have concealed deaths from a deep impression upon the cabinet the disease. and pray with their spiritual advisors. In Japan mot of the horses arc shod meeting, and after the meeting it was Winston and Strather both sang on with straw. Even the clumsiest of (dated that the situation in Luzon, the way from t'icir cefl to the scaffold horses wear straw shoes, which, aside from Its military feature, is mo-iand continued sing till tho drop fell, in their cases, are tied round tho ankle encouraging. In the instructions givThe crimes for which Strather and with straw rope, and are made of the en to Mr. Schurman anil his colleagues, Winston suffered the oxtrtmo jionnlty ordinary rice straw, braided so as to they hnve been directed to act in a conof the law were- him lar in tin respect form n sole for tho foot about ralf an ciliatory manner toward the insur- that each killed n woman becniiMi inch thick. These soles cost about one gents. of cent a pair. jealousy. Lizards crawl along the walls of the Iroiietl Ilcuil Willi.. I'roiirliig a Meal All Onll-- nt Aiu habitations in the 1'hilippincs, disreCincinnati, May 7. Washing i on. May (I. Tho navy deMrs. Xornh garded by tho human occupants, and Graham, of 2Cu4 Eastern avenue, drop partment has been supplied by the camako themselves useful by catching ped clean while cooking breakfast Sat- ble companies with tl following corflic's and mosquitoes. T rected statement of Aom. KauU's Lioiitmno recently brought about urday. She vat found by her daughter. Dr. Meyers was'sum-moneof Thursday: the discovery of an Etruscau tomb near and notified tho coroner. AtCKLAMi, .May 4, Her Volterra. It struck an old pine tree Apia, on n hillock, and in cutting down tho nu&band Is an employe of tho gas April 27. Secretary Navy, Washing, tree the workmen found the top of tho company. ton: A quiet at Apir--. Mataafa and bcpulchcr under the roots. his chiefs in their letter of April 23 Killed lt a Ititrmwiij'. Oni: of fho largest and most cumberagreed to keep outside lines prescribed Circlevili.e, 0 May 7. John some forms of money is found in Cena prominent G. A. H, man, was by Uritish senior officer present aud tral Africa, where the natives use a cruciform ingot of copper ore, over ten tilled in a runaway accident Saturday myself and to I...I ... ... observe peace uutil . ar- rlnnl ui luuiiui&siuii, imnu mat mere . inches long. It is heavy enough to be norning. mi u i will not be more fiohj.lng. jormiuauie weapon. Kaviz. Wed. Thur. Tue. HAVA.A,Mny 0. The banquet given by members of tho recently dissolved of I he Ulniul U t'niler I'orm ol military assembly In honor of the aped Not The Filipinos Will II tflvrn tlTtloti-0iportiiuor Monk 1UW- (Imrrniiifiit Modeled After Tlmt of the Salvador Clsticros. Marquis Do Santa Miitrn-Tl- io IiikU Superior tu Almost Any lUrt ltrlieW Are to I'lilteil Lucia, the first president of the, second of the flitted Mute. La Dunn Their Ariin 1'lrat. republic of fiuba, and of Gen. Mnia ltlr '! Sat. .TTr!Tf:?3!:3l!:rT:FiT' 10,-00- 0 132,-00- 0, Agulnaldo'i smlssaries to tho American Philippine commission have formally admitted the sovereignty of the United Statei over the Philippine archipelago. From a member of the cabinet it ii learned that thisndmisslon was made t President Schurman at a conference held by him with Col. Arguelles anc Lieut. Hcrnal several days ago. It waslr reply to a direct question put to them bj Mr. Schurman and the character of the answer was no doubt as gratifying tt the commission as it is to the president As a result of the dispatch sent bj Mr. Schurman it is the confident ex pectatlon of the president that the cue of the rebellion is close at hand. Thi result will not be obtained without concessions which have been by the commission and which, by direction of the president, will be granted. These concessions contem plated giving to the Filipionos a foric of government modelled after that ol the United States. The member of the cabinet with whom the correspondent talked, alc that the commission had unanimously adopted a recommendation, which wai submitted to the president in Mr. Schurman's dispatch, providing three departments for the government of the archipelago first, the executive department; second, the legislative dr partment, and third, the judicial de- Wshinoto.. May 8. n iiiili-Goine- z rccom-mende- Washington, May a. Owing to the large number of inquiries that have been received by the members of tin insular commission since their recent return from Porto Rico, Gen. ltobert P. Kennedy has prepared n statement as to resources and conditions ln Porte Rico which ho thinks will cover the points upon which the greatest interest has been manifested. Concerning tho people thcmsclvei Gen. Kennedy .says: There cau scarcely bo found upon tho globe a more hospitable and wane hearted people than those of Porte Rico. They arc in full sympathy with American institutions. There is a great deal of ovcrty in the island, at tt is understood in tho United States. That is tho people live in tllmslly constructed huts, have few clothes and still less of ready money, but owing tc tho bounty of nature around then they can live with little work and few worldly goods and still not sudor fruic cither cold or hunger. The stories ol starvation upon tho inland aro fabrica- Clen-fueg- richer classes live well ic beautifully appointed homes and hnve been for tho most part educated abroad so that they speak English, the percent, of illiteracy among thejHjorei classes is very high, reaching V0 per cent., but this Is largely due to thr fact that thetc arc no schools worth the name Outside of the lan-t-t imvui. or i,luced one might say in the whole wi-m- tions. While the in-tc- ad f'f ' t7lS m Mac-Arth- ur G.- r - t - The pleasant method and beneficial cflccla of the well known remedy. St'ltl'l OF Flilf, manufactured bv the CAl.tmiixiA Fin Sviiur Co., illustrate tho value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to bo medicinally la.eutivc 'nnd iiron'titlng them in the form most refreshing to tho taste and acceptable to tho system. It Is the one strengthening laxative, cleansing lhc M'fttcm elTcrtually, ,.,, , . illlillf...,..fc. n.., t ,vnt,u tlisiM'lfing cold, hcadaiiicn nnd fivers discourage U,o sfmplo adventurer, who gently yet promptly uml enabling ono tooVcrcomo habitual constipation pera quick and manently Itn perfect freedom from rcwaru. emiry objreliouublu quality nnd iltrfii nf. nfVitj fwtfi rirtMUit n lifif and Its noting on tlie kldnora, Outlay in latujjAtuaterial and Improve liver ntiil Unvels, without weakening or irritating them, make It the Ideal ment. Thomromiiie of noth of these. lnxhtlvc however, is uuequnlcd any where else In tho procesof luunu factoring flgn In the world. An old oofTce plantci nre used, as thev am plciiMint to tno from Java, who has just bought a tfiatr. but the medicinal qutiHllcsof tho remedy aro obtained from mtwih ami plantation, assured mo that the erthi-aromatic plants, by u mrth-x- l climate and conditions were as favor-ablknown to th Cm iroiisi.v I'm Mnrr as he had ever seen. ! Tropica) TWO RADICAIf BIKLS PENDING Co. only. In onlir to gft Irs beiutif.al V IX JUL oflVcts and to urold Imllal!on&, pi r a so fruits of all sorts grow readily and arc Volrr. In AtnliaiiiJ Mint lie- Able In Itrail reiueinilifrtlio full iiniiu'tif thet'tni.pany of tlio finest quality. I know of no priutt'd on the front of every in.kage. ttt lonttltulliin trljnnt Itetn ur place which offers greater induceItrrltn! Hrosti 1 Alrt. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ments than does Porto Rico to Florida BAM VltAKCiaCO CAI orange growers who aro soclrlng n Ic LouxsvrLxx. nr. hkw youk. it. r. Ala., May (5. 1 ho for .ilt Movrnoiiicnv. all DivgglM. "tier ,o. per Utile' cation outside the frost bolt. The opportunities for slock raising, home I'rulay morning laid upon tho nib It appears to me, arc superior to those tabic, by a voto of 10 to 2 n motion In almost any part of tho United Statei lo reconsider tos otc by wiitclt tho and this without disparagement to out lull whieli treks to icpnal the constitutional convention act was passed own cattle country. Friday. It will pass that body by The climate of the island, in my easy majority Monday Tho Hence, and from what I can nn rt&ansiksT I tlir gtnulnr houso is now considering two l from It record! of gather fhcially amendments to tho nlrrelntXtv rr??J., tlinll. nmluille tol is all that important official and othcrwitc, Wt I.eiiue could be desired. II canes. It is warm In sum- constitution, both In the interest 3S of the white citizen. One seeks to reACCi:iT M) Sl'HSllTUIKS mer and cool in winter, and even the II a dealer iW ti .t catty Molding' dcne-elpopulated city of San Juan is quire that ull voters must bo able lo atlilrfic got in itKL etid your name ami tdi1rrloii ait.l tils tr foracjiv a 'remarkably healthy place. I look read uiidcrstnudlngly any portion of ol out Iistiiloniey llntr.ttrl catalogue forward to the time not fnr distant the constitution of the state, but proA. C. SPALDING aV BROS. when Porto Rico will be not only the vided that tho provision shall not exNfiwYoik Dcnvar Chlonaio tend to any citizen whoso antecedent garden spot of the United States, but prior to l'fll enjoyed the privilege of one of the most popular winter resorts. suffrage. This provision Is intended lit) Mar Come Hume. to preserve to the ignorant white voter Washington, May fc. There is rca-io- hi right to participate In elections. to believe that President McKln-.eThe other bill scckn to apply tho hits been ndvlsed that Adm. Dewey school revenues derived from lnc on ... . . I.mvb ...v... ...a.... . . u. t tr CT-....... eSeetlrii .....i, lamlni lontemplatcs coming home within a property belonging to white men to amllil anil lr Aauiitilvr ami I ttief are lini.tr Hi txtlirird lck itomACli and lutctli ite short time. His return will, of course, the education of white children, and laklnz a leu it.e our I atrr bad Aflrr or e Inipnned w l.aftlmlaml.i " oudil.i ,j Ttier aioiu-rralie dependent upon tho success of the those derived from the colored man's W it net IIISA (,.!, lOinmiRsion'H present negotiation), with Inxe.s to the education of the Negro ltlttnliouM HutlnclDiiall.Oala. tno Filipinos. ohlldrcn. As it In the school funds CANDY As soon as they have laid down tlicit aro distributed equally without regard CATHARTIC m j arms it is expected that he will pro- to race, although the whites pay pracceed with the protected cruiser Olym-pitically all of the tavos. Tho indicato tho United State, probably tions appear to bo that both of these, kw TftAOI MA (IS CICIiTleO t irougli tho Suez cannl to Now Vork, bills will pans. The fianeliisc nmend if and como immediately to Washington went Is fashioned after tho North Carto consult with the president regarding olina law. tno Philippines. Plrari' I'a.atal- - rotrnl, T.itte- OeHl. Do Oootl, Meter Mvhcri. W aucn tir (mpr IU He WeGEN. AGUINALDO GIVES UP. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... flil t ne y. lliutli of .lr. Wm. llrtlUf n.neJ; Copi.;, Illnr. tflril. l.il. :t Nkw Yokk, May . Mr. Win. C. A f.'orrrnoiiil'iit of Nmr York 1'jiper tir Hn.Tn.RaP. eVMerirt (tiia'nnn-erWhitney, wife of tho former . ninMt IJtlt. Wires mi I in port n n t Dinp.iteli 1'roui of the navy, died shortly before lie riilliiihio. o'lcx;k Saturday a&crnoon. illOOT N'l.W YultK, May 8. Rlshop Unary C Nr.w YoiiK, May crXjvrHFrrp !oAnTnfl Hcinl.Ps Potter; will officiate nt the funeral Washington correspondent says ho has J)Hot Gun Shelu over the nunalus of Mrs. W. C. been told by n member of tho cabinet Viiiitntjy, which will he held on Tues- thnt Aguinaldo' emissaries have forday morning at. 10 o'clock at (;nrden mally admitted tho soscrqignty of tin' C.ty, U I. United States. -- e nmv un(cr cu, tivmion, awl thousands of acres yet -. , ltl,iian,i to b,. ,,tvt11 Lands are held at a good price owing to the promise of an influx of people from the United States. Still there is opportunity for many thousands ol persons who rcnlly wish to engage in agriculture on the islands. That there are great opportunitlci Tc in Porto Rico is unquestionable. ycung men desiring to ck permanenl homes and who have n stock of ,, CIIterpriw, i.orlo Ktco of, encrpy .- As to agricultural opportunities, 1 bhouW My thnt llot onc.fmlrth of thr ,and, ln lhc siamls ,...,.,,.. ,...,,... Ciiicaoo, May 5. John W. Gates hns confirmed tho rumor regarding the combination of nil the largo steel companies In the country aud mndo the assertion that the ileal was as far reaching as tho ingenuity of the minds that conceived It could possibly make It. Mr. Gates has Just returned from New York where a recent meeting of the steel magnates was held for tho purpose of ariauglng the details. Tho president of the American Steel nnd Wire Co. said that all the dllllcuUlrslii tho way of tliu combination had been removed aud that tho lluuuclng of the great combine which will control th entire steel Industry of the countr; has been Aucccsbfully earrird to a con elusion. Tho headquarters of tho uew com pany will be In New York, nnd according tti Mr. Gates the capital sttwk will be between 5600,000,000 and EM0,. 000,000, anil he coolly remarked that the figure might reach 51,000,000,000. The pieslileiit of the new company, ho remarked, would be II. C, Prick, of Pittsburgh, who has been t closely identified with Andrew Carnegie. i)" "tlier officers he profctscd ignorance. r Not tho lwit Interesting phaso ot the deal will be the complete retirement of Mr. Cnrneglo from tlin steel Industry and the placing of his mantle upon tho shoulders of Mr. Frlck. In sivcaklug of thin Mr. Gates said that Mr. Carnegie would )oiftlhly not have miy Interest In the new concern, the terms hu propoicd to tho combination were accepted. "Anil I suptiosc thoyhavc been, "he concluded, "else the combine would not now be an assured fact." Mr. Gates' company, the American steel and wire, was one of two concerns thnt held out against the combine until recently. The other It mid to have been the Federal Steel Co. When asked about this Mr. Gales said the dilllculty was really a smalt one aud Intimated that Is was a matter of price. The company will be ready for operation by July 1, when, if present plans nru followed, otllcci will be opened. Mr. Gates objects to having it called a trust aud maintains that not a single element of a trust tutrra Into tho matter. Continuing Mr. Gates said: "Tlim It simply a combination of nil the big steel companies into one concern, which purchases the various plants outright ut (Inures that hare been agreed upon and accepted. It will bo u splendid thing for the Industry nud the concern will begin business, about July nt New York wiUi Mr. Frlck as As to the capital Mhk president. can not say definitely, but it w id be over SAOO. 000,000 aud may reach twic that sum ' pro-tide- "cold" in that they do not understand the glow of health. This im- kidneys, disordered plies liver, bowels, blood or brain. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes warm ' ' because it give ? alt who take it perfect health. jbodA.Sa&afHiU mJIA'MJJwM.&Ht'Bmm obljr IUBK4jyiulJiUl III i the nnii Irrlutlna tot ttli" IIikhIV Snj'7lTli liter llt'i I'llla dii Uk othdtlc to Mr Witlirrby -- They ay thnt a luulund nd wife prow to look like rarh other more liiluiorr ail the tunc. Witlitrliy I have noticed you were Ktttitig to be. Detroit Free Prn The ervicr of the Nickel Phitr- Road to Nch York Citv and lloilnn l a dcinotuirat. rd turret. Tlir demand of thr ttase liujr public aic met by providinc tlure crilr isst tprrM train in rich direction duly Thrsc train nre cuinpord of modem, first rum day roachcy, rlreaut trttibulrd sleep ing ran brtwrru Uiirago, New York and lxxton, and unexcelled dining car. Sditl through train between Chicago and have uniformed colored porter In charge of d.iy coacbe, whose ervlcr are plated at the dltKal of ivmcngcr. If ytu want to trnvrl comfortably, rronoiuxally and afcly, see that your tlekrl I routed via the Nickel Plate Road New-Yor- l' Itlrnrf-- . ISSZsflKj d rr""rr: V&zi" tn An Excellent Combination. jfe?iril sub-Rtanc- c. 1 1 r e - y &f3W ?t; ydivM Sp aldincr ci-p- c League Ball n y BREATH ., .. wrnmn t BAD l licli-lu wum il 1137 W3$ a - - C. scm-ctar- t !Ki:Tr-Lacc- 1 I O.-- The soi-t.'-- cm - t d Sub-dat- Ii t'Unl Ciiicaoo, May 0. llids havo been has taken for the erection of a largo restarted for tho United States with the frigerator plant nt Manila for tho remains of Gen. Daniel McAuloy. Col. army. Tho lowest olloi was SPJ5, 102 Wieser isneting for Lafayette post Xo, from tho Dc La Vergna company, of Gen. M- - Now York. 140, G. A. R..of New York. Auley was u native of Indiana. for Mmilln. 3-- (vla i I'l'limlno oil tho H'ny Home. Managua, Nicaragua, May Ciolrc-stonTexas). Col. Yi'icscr s. wmmsm . U5L0 BYAlLTIJ(jMP10NStiOT3. Jcho A'akc cha Postal &w, rCif IS2 Mil IllUSTRKUD - QrHOOUl. Vtf XCIIHire B "-- RtPCATIVG . AHM3 n T- (5? - l3tWl1XKCitltAt - tilttVlH,CM - 11 Pai-eell- es, ..,,.. Section Jlamli Strike. Wahhkn, O., May 7.- - Section men on the 1'rlo railroad have gone on a strike for an Increase of from (1.15 to Sl.1'5 a (lay. . f tneru Nile and Lcctoula. It includcc all the hands b Fannie Mills, known to museums as tho Ohio girl," Is dead. Hor real nemo was Mrs. Willlum Rrown. Her fcot were 22 inches long. She died cu Xcnn near litre Wcducsduy evening. 0. "blg-footr- d of Samduskw 0.. May I)eth Mil!.. COLLEGE HILL ASSEMBLY, Ir (if tlir 1 Iniliitut) Collcur Illll.O.iimli'r ixiri.il retm infill llnr I l.eililMa nn !. Hemline. Ilatury. hi-l- ii'i-nliy I'r.if. 1 V. N. Iyrr. I'lni, J t 1'iirti-r- . 1'n.r .1. s. Van ( eve ni6 liniuriitlieie, l.i tine nf Hit- - inuit limnl Ir.mi 1 "u Auk. ft.'. V 1 kJt'IIMtli:i. Ilualnm ,luiiNuer. MMloa 0 , i NCI NAT Hinlliil riilitrli uf Clnelnimli l .Inly nrluri rrU ni Vur ell.'ulnr aint liifi'tf.ullon inlilie.i, Ii. pil .Miiilitlii'iftllili)MI' .. , C. & zn i" A t C'" " i, V" ?W3ia.Y Vw N t IS "! ). . BEEF INQUIRY" The Itcport und Klndlng-- i r (hulill. tiny Court (Slwnto thohilillc Charsr. hr Urn. Jlllr. li.M.!lei,(r.l-AI- I,. atln. 11m, ,, H,frsrrilU(, , , rra(ril ,( h. Army clr11,. rali .Not lUuiillilinl. DID NOT HEED THE WARNING. lntrrtsllnir An mini of tlin Death of I'rliito l.mlu Ir Vim I.oninMrln, Win, Wns Killed In Dm A DARING TRICK. Tlii! Filipinos Surprise tho United States Forces at San Fernando. I M i? I BIG FIRE Co.' OOll-O- AT -MASSILMN. wM .v! ft. ff. Itucll I'.iiClno lliitllo of L'alooesiu. MayO.-- C. I'liint nutri.jnl-l,,- ,,. niMf ii.-- Mammoth llirmlier unj Lt. 5o.- - STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST, s 35i5aa59Sa5595i 9 Sa.v Fiiamihco, S. Rrad-for- d, ,, ,, Wamiinoion. May B I!y direction of the president, who approves tho findings, Acting Secretary of War Molklojohn Sunday made public tho report mid finding of thu uilUtnry court appointed to investigate tho charges made by Mnj. Gen. Miles, the army, that the beef to the army during tho war wat unlit for tho uso of tho troops. Tho most Important feature of tho report ure: Tho finding that tho general's allegation that the refrigerated beef was treated with ehemleals wore not established; that hi allegations concern I no; the oanneil fresh or canned roam beef wore sustained as to its unsiiitabllity for food ns used on tho tr.iiisjMirts and n a long continued field ration: con fcureof (ion. .M Hon fur "error" In failing to promptly notify the secretary of war whan he first formed tho opinion that the fowl was unlit: ecu Mire of tho commissary general (then tien. for the too extensive purchases of thccaiined beof nsnn untried ration; ocusure of Col. Maus, of Hon. Miles' staff; th llntliiiff that the packer wore not at fault and that the meats to the army were of tho sniuo quality as those supplied to the trade generally and the recommeudntiuu no further proceeding will bo taken In the prcmiscv Tho conclusion of tho court, ndve-.- o to further proceedings Jn.ic(l upon tho charges. U a follow : "It ha been dot eloped in tho course of the Inquiry, as rootled In tnls report, that In Mime Instance tonic fulled to porform tho full of duty or to observe the proprieties which dignify high military command, but the court I of tho opln Inn that the mere statement in the ollleinl report of tho facts develop imI meets the end of discipline, and that the Internal of the service will be host suimervod if further proceeding be not taken." There I more or loss criticism of tien. Mllos In various parts of tho reProbably tho most direct inport. stance is tho one which state that beyond tho criticism of ofllcors found elsewhere is the report: "Tho eourl finds that against uono of tho utllccrs rouimnmtliig corps, divisions, brigade mill regiments and their stall ollUters should u charge of guilty bo brought. "The eourt also finds that the major general commanding tho army had no sutllclint justltlcattou for alleging that the refrigerated beef was embalmed or was until for issue to troops, llnlso finds thai ho committed an error in that, having belief or knowledge, as claimed, thai the food was unfit; that it caused sickness and distress; that somo of ll was supplied under pretense of oxpoiimoiit; that other beef wart embalmed, he did not immediately rejHjrt Mich knowledge or belief to the secretary of war to tho end that n proper icuiedy might be promptly applied." "Tho censure of Col. Maus, Inspector general on (lun. Miles' stair, in basod upon his failure to call attention to charges concerning the beef at Chick nmatiga contained in a report of inspection mndo by Dr. (or MaJ.) Daly on the 20th of October last, In which ho stated his belief that the beef was chemically treated. "The silence of Col. Maus," say tho court, "on so Important n matter us the chemicalized beof reported by .MaJ. Daly and personally known to himself is most remarkable." com-maudln- g sup-pile- d Ka-pa- n) su-pil- tht of this city, has Just returned from tho Philippines and gives nn account of thedeathof Prince Ltidwlg Von Lowcnstcin, who was killed during tho bnttlo of Caloocanou Sunday, March !!0. A party of civilians, among whom wero Mr. Ilradford and tho prince, were observing the progress of tho battle from a stono bridge over tho Main- bon river when an orderly appeared, warning tho sightseers of tho danger of their posltlou. Tho orderly then addressed himself to tho prince personally, saying: "I am speaking toyou particularly. You have already given us somo trouble by hanging around the llrlng line, nml wo will havo no moro of It." Tho prince and his companion disappeared Into a clump of timber. This timber Inter became the scene of somo active work and tho Oregon soldiers were ordered to lire volleys Into It and to perforate several houses. In one of these Prince I.owciistciu had secreted himself. A bullet tired by an Oregon-ta- n enter the right side of the prince, severing the intestines killing htm instantly. Mr. Hrndford with two others, took charge of him. A search of tho body revealed, among other things, passport signed by Aguinnldo, granting tho I'rlnco permission to enter tho Unci, of the rebels at will and Instructing insurgent to give him any nld and comfort ho might desire. The prince was nt one time interpreter for (Sen. Miller, but was found untrustworthy. 11 olll-eers A CYCLONE IN0KLAH0MA. loiirlrrn I'rrimik Klllril llnur unil .Mil My I'nrill llratroyt'il (Ironing; Crop (Irratl) llumugod. uie-vsu- re Okla., May I). The cyclono which passed over Canadian county destroyed nt least 20 farm houses and caused great damage to growing crop. At Chlckasha 17 buildings were wrecked and II persons wero Injured. J. II. Murray, a tatlroad man, who was caught under falling timbers, died of his Injuries. A report says .lames Whitman and his son Oeorge, farmers near Okarche, wero killed In their Holds. AtOkarcho five homes wero blown away, among them tho dwellings of ,1. II. 5wab and John Teufel, loth of whom were badly hurt. Itaiu fell in torrents and half a dor.cn culverts 011 the Hock Island wero washed out. Wni. Walker, Indian agent nt who is in tho city, has received word that tho cyclone did great dnm-ngIn the vicinity of the agency, cattle, fences r,nd buildings. John Head, a ranchman, wa killed. Thecyclonj came from tho south- ?.'cst and covered a track a mile wide. It traversed four counties but did 1U greatest damage in Canadian county. Ann-darh- o, c Mah.siu.ox, 0 May The largest conllagratlon In the history of Mas-tlllo3S3S swept Iliissoll & Co.'s mammoth Town nf Soainoiiii nml flangim Cpttirl ljr thresher and engine plant Monday CluiiliimU At tho I'ormcir rinrna NumTHE SHAFT DEDICATED. hht, destroying property valued nt rug nml a Quantity ber of fully 5500,000. The fire started in the Speech of Arm Were L'apturrd. of lo. Y. o. Ilrtdley at the Uu. jvnrehouso at 8 o'clock, and In splto of veiling of tho Kentucky Monument tho efforts of In Chlckumanc Turk. Manila, May ".The Filipinos sur- panies gained the various hose comprised the United States forces at San this structure steady progress. In wns fully :;00 finished Ciiattanoooa. Tcnn,, May 4.Atthe Fernando with a daring trick on Sun-da- machines and all were consumed. Can- unveiling of tho Kentucky monument A railway train with nn engine ton In Chlckamnuga Wednesday Gov. Ilrad-le- y was wired for at each end was run nlmost to the swered too late to nsslstanco but ansaid in part: bo of any help. American outposts nnd in plain Bight The machine shops Many monuments hare been erected upon wero saved. batttctleliU of this republic, but has remainof the town. Jlcforo they could be Albert Hamberger, a volunteer fire- ed for Kentucky to be tho Urst ofItall tho states, reached n gnng of natives sprang off man, was killed by n falling wall. In with tender and motherly devotion, to erect a tho train, tore up several lengths of the same blended monument to monucatastrophe, Christian L. ment that carries with allIt her sons aIt comand upon the railway trnck, boarded the trnin Hnatz, n workman, wns nrobablv plete reconciliation of alt contending paislonx. again and steamed awny so quickly fatally injured. This shaft to Itoth were In n gang- who died on Is dedicated, not alone fields,those this nnd surrounding bus that there was no opportunity to cap way between two buildings and wero to the gallant survivors who. when ture the raiders. clouds of war were dliprllcd by tho bright buried beneath tons of bricks and The Nebraska regiment Is asking for burning itinshlnu of peace, returnoJ timbers. Firemen rushed to repair broken fortunes and to their homci to numarc y n temporary icllef from duty. Only the rescue and finally recovered the bered nmonK tho bot und most dlNltncuUhcd men of this regiment nro left at the bodies. u7' Tho heat wus so Intense that sons of ttie commonwealth. Kentucky front. the rescuers were fairly blistered, al- evidence of has evinced no partialityIt In this lovlni; remembranco. carries The army's gunboats Lagtinn dc liny though no Jealousy, no Inconstantly drenched with with It no and Cavnuuga, under command of water, vidious distinction It Is not an emblem of dipt. Grant, which started up the San mangled,llauibergcr's body was terribly honor to the slctor and reproach to tho but nn equal tribute to the worth of while llaatz was taken out Fernando river for tiuaguu Sunday, as nllvc. the descendant of chivalrous Itoth his legs nnd bide wero all. In fuiuie,may proudly confederates wns presumed, to establish there n base crushed. Rare upon It, realizHis recovery is doubtful, ing that the stuto has honored their anci-aoof supplies for tho troops engaged in lloth nro and that, although their cause was loot, their men of family. the northern campaign, returned Mon-dnThe company can not estimate their licroUm Is rovrrcd and their memories men And tho sons of the braxo Mnj. lien. MacArthur failed to loss, but insurance only partly covered who fought on tho other sldo may Icol; upon connect with the expedition. It with equal pride, fecllnir that ll it. The cause is unknown. fitly commemorates tho gallant deed of their The gunboats found rebels entrenchThe flaiiws arising from the buildIllustrious aniestors who preserved the ed nt Sounonn nnd (iiingun, on the ings were plainly seen In Canton, eight May It endure forever, from destruction. water fronts of the towns. Tho ves- miles distant, guard otcr victor and and hundreds covered standing statue that surmounts It. vanquished, with tho In ono hand sels atenmed past the works, shelling the distance on their wheels. Special holding tho torch of liberty shedding abroad the occupants nnd driving them out. Its benign rays; In tho other grasping tho Landing parties from the boats enter- trins were also run in. sword, ono strength The rescue of the dead wns most dari- tieoplc emblematical of tho all times of upready and anxious at to ed both towns, capturing nt Sosmoan ng, hold tho Integrity of one country, and to drive, the men working like beavers a Spanish captain in uniform, who any uportionof which wounded and bleeding, from Its shores them. too that shall ctcr dare Invade was ostensibly a prisoner in the hands fell just missing several of the party. And now, after tbo mtls of prejudice have of tho rebels nnd also a native otllcor. Hamberger was the fifth of a family of been torn from our eyes, and we enabled toseo Arriving nt tiuagun. the town and a seven the bright stars of truth and reason which sons to meet n sudden death. sblno beyond, all can plainly divine the sentiimnll gunboat were found to be burnments which Inspired the artcrs In that bloody ing and the unlives were evncuntlng Ilurlril In tin- - iune Crave. drama. Hkkmkii, Neb., May 9. Tho bodies of bomThat the union should havo been preerred the place In consequence of the nnd slavery abolished, all aro rcadv conJoseph Harnby and bardment. Mary Vlnck, cede. That the victor won in honorable to no tight At Sosmoau. tho party captured a daughter of a farmer, wero burled in one will dispute. IlJt while this Is manlfct. It Is number of Filipino Hags and a quantity the same grave Monday. The girl atelyequally true that tbote who were fortundefeated, were Inspired toy devoof arms, chiclly bolos and bow and killed herself because she was con- tion to principles conscientiously sincere believed to arrows, besides a lot of band instru- vinced she could not be cured of an ail- bejii'.t that they fought with valor, lied who opposei them, but never ments, which the men played ns they ment from which she was suffering. alono by tboo their heroic bravery and sullcr-in- g surpassed, and Harnby, to whom tho girl was enannrched back to the boats. entitle tbcra to the admiration of all manCapt Grant's expedition will prob-ibl- y gaged, called at the Vlaek home and kind. convincing evidence couill be return up the San Fcrnado river asked permission to sco the remains. of Thcro righteous no more termination of that great the He entered tho death chamber nnd imstruggle than tho present grandeur and power on having licen ifter of the republic the richest nation on purchased light draft Spanish mediately shot himself, dying earth, tho workshop ond granary of the globe Ucamcrs. No ar.o m jn would revive the Institution of slavery, for tho heroic blood of our Negro troops tins obliterated every lingering regret of ths master nnd proclaimed In unmistakable AGUINALDO'S CAPITOL AT SAN FERNANDO, LUZON ISLAND. language that tbo liberty of IKW Is better than tae slavery of INSI. The monument dedicated todav may. In the rush of years, crumble and fall Into dust, but around the summits of Lookout and Missionary Uldgc, like gathering mitts, shall remain forever Uio memories of these historic tlelds, and in every heart shall be n monument of lilt tw: ... M love, and strength and patriotism, which will rcrpotuuie tbrouvh nil comlug.tlmc, the glorlea " " of that rrcat conflict. i n y. heart-burninrs, y. -i to-J- S53 3 3 3 5.33 - 3a 3 5rMl3 3 5 THE KENTUCKY DERBY. The Much Touted .Manuel Won ns l'lraiil-- 'l wenty Five llnmimiitl Tropin WltneMed the Hare. It LouisvtLLK, May 0. The cast triumphed Thursday, for the scarlet colors of A. II. and D. II. Morris were first tinder the wire In the twenty-fiftKentucky Derby at Churchill Downi Thursday afternoon and 'Jfi.OOO people cheered the son of Hob Miles wheu e Taral rode into tho and saluted. It could not be called a great race for the much touted Manuel won as he pleased, without an amplication of whip or spar or oven a shaking up. It was an Ideal day for the bltr event and all Kentucky seemed to have turned out to do honor to the occasion and Incidentally back their own judgment, for It was a packed mass of hr.manlty, not only during the Derby, it from the call of tho first race to the close. Long before the noo hour people started for Churchill tfc.vns in smart traps and traps of lha antiquated kind, and when tho four;;i race, the Kentucky Derbj', to which so many thousands having been looking forward with an interest thoroughly characteristic of the Kentuckiau, was called, every place of vantage In stand" and paddock had a human occupant. The belting ring was a surging tnasi and a down on a foatball field was mild compared to the elbowing of tha h semi-circl1 crowd. A RUM0R It Is Sold That the Contract Has IJeen Lot for llullillng a Itlg Illstlllery to Up- erale Against the Whisky Trust. Louisville. Ky.. May 4. It Is rumored among whisky men that tho contract has been let for the building of the big distillery to be operated in opposition to the Kentucky Distilleries und Warehouse Co., about which so much has been said. It is now said that northern dealer and several malt firms are behind tin long-promis- scheme. Alfred S. Austrian, the Chicago at- or J!$yl torney, who lias mannged the Kentucky company's aftalrs here for several weeks, left. Louisville Wednesday. Mr. Austrian has consummated successfully the deals for the various big distilleries, and has looked after all the details attending the transfer ot tho properties to the combine. t r- - TRAIN GOES OVER A BRIDGE. An Ore rain Wrrrkril llnclnrrr t ruthnl In lloulli unil .Sinn Itiully Injured IVII 0(1 IVel. llir t lrln .i'i'iriii:n n ai.1 Aitnit it-.- s Ainiv. TERRIBLE FALL. THE HEALTH OF ADM. DEWEY. Ilr lint Nut or n I'lij- IV 11 tlin liluii Mure HU Arrlial In .Munll Nr--lt- - Ills Condition W lUcrllrnt. tho San Fn oeisco, May Moamship City of Poking, from China and Japan, was Dr. I?. Page, surgeon on tho flagship Olympla for the past year ami a half. lie makes the following statement regarding Adtu. Dowey's health: "Adm. Dewey Is in perfect health, lie has not been tuoro than 0 miles away from Manila since tho first day of Inst May nml ho has not felt the necessity of a physician's aid The reports concerning tho admiral's physical condition havo been grossly exaggerated. Tho cllmuto of Manila l enervating, of course, but the commander of tho licet has been no more allectcd by It than any one clso "The pocpio of California will bo disappointed at not seeing Adm. .Dewey for ho has determined to to tho United States in tho Olympla by way of tho Suez cium). -rti-tu- rn Wasm.noto.v, May 9. The war department has received from (Ion. Otis a dispatch giving tho situation in the 1'hillppincs, borne parts of which have been omitted by the war department lu making it public. The dispatch is as follows: Manila, May S. Adjutant linlril I nrrril l right Afuliml ,ir Wnshltigton. Situation ns tlencral, follows: Aiiiprlrmit. SiN Fua.ncisco, May U. A letter re- Lnwtou nt Mnasln'nnd lialluag; scoutceived front Manila tells of the rescue ing parties to north and cast. at San Fernando; near Corregidor of eight Spanish soldiers who had been nt sea in an open Population of country between Manila boat, without food or wnter, for five and northern portions held by troops days. The men had escaped from a returning home; appear cheerful nnd Filipino camp, where, with 1100 other contented. Army gunboats operatiug Spanish soldlerN they had been held In rivers. Have cleared country west In slavery and forced by the natives of MacArthur of Insurgents. Signs of insurgent'.-- , weakness to light against the Americans. Tho more apparent daily. Oils. Spaniards wero taken to Manila. I'niifi'rriirr nn Trtiat ADM. DEWEY'S SUCCESSOR. Mac-Arthur Wkxt StTMiion, Wis., May 0. An eastern Minnesota ore train, consisting of () ore cars and several box car crashed through tho bridge of the I'ell Line railway that crosses the Engineer Thos. river Monday. Quinn was crushed to death between the engine and tender. Fircinar Unrry Miller had his leg badly crushHe will probably recover. ed. The train fell a distance of UO feet to the river. It is supposed that the spring tloods had weakened the structure. THE PHILIPPINE SITUATION. ENGINE'S Nc-mai- lji Cm. Oil Cnhlr nn Important IIUiatrli to It anil a Construction Car Ilrop 300 1'eet Into n Kailnr on Lookout Mountain lhf Vi'ur lli'imrlini'iit Imurcriit Are WrHkriiluj;. One .Sinn Wo Injured. CiiATTANoooA. Tciui.. May 0. An engine and construction car of tho Lookout Mountain Incline Narrow tiaugo 1'ailway Co. was precipitated Monday afternoon over a clltY from a point under the palisades near tho top of Lookout Mountain downnrasinen sheer depth of !!00 feet. The train wns engaged repairing the trestle over A heavy thir ravine. timber was swung out over the trestle from tho car, which was so heavy that it wrested tho engine and ear from the track. Superintendent Djrrickson, of the company, was on the engine with the engineer, and in making n jump for safety he missed his boting nnd fell '20 feet, breaking threo ribs and sustaining other injuries, not, however, deemed fatal. Hnglneer, tlrcmnu nnd trainmen escaped. Col. I.oo'.ting Into tho future, may not the fond WortintgPoVcommtiledehoJlfnn-- j hope oe Indulged that fn the end our country tence of Charles Itrown Wednesday to muy. In all things, be deliberate. Just and nine years under novel circumstances. srlsc. that our flag may wave In triumph, feared by tyrants In every land anil on everv Ilrown was convicted of bigamy in 1S93 sea; that beneath its folds may gather the in Louisville, and It being shown that oppressed of every clime, and tho slae struggling beneath tho roil of oppression, feel his he had been twice before convicted for with jov felonies in Indiana, he was given it life chains grow lighter, his heart nnd hail Its colors as a deliverance; that nasentence, the law apparently permittions which have been bitten by the serpent of ting no other alternative. The senrapacity and conquest shall 1ojk upon Its folds and be healed, as those, who. with tence was commuted on the ground faith, looked upon the brazen serpent that was that his first two offenses wero merely lifted up in the wilderness. God grant that ours shall be the victory of enlightenment und misdemeanors and not felonies. liberty, the triumph of right over might, of I!lg (lain In Collection. Jubilee over Injustice, of humanity over cruelty nnd oppression, until empires shalt buvo Louisvii.i.k, Ky., May 5. Tho repot J passed away and the nations of earth become of Collector of Internal Revenue C. E. one. Sapp for the year ending April 30,tb09, (lut un Hall. Thomas llakrr le-i- "i I.lfo l'rlioner'n ttond Luck. E5V? 'jFq'JJKyM Mnv C Acting Got. ,pw Thomas the most prominent figure in the lloward-Hake- r feud, iu which 11 Kentucky mountaineers gave up their lives within the Inst eight months, was Sat urday released from prison upon bond iu the sum of So.OOO. Ilaker had been sentenced to the penitentiary for life for killing W. L. White, and was still to be tried for tho murder of Wils Howard, llurrcl Stores and Ilallard Howard. It Is believed that the feud will now be resumed. 8. Da-'ce- Stanfokd, Kj, May r, shows that the office did the largesj business in its history. The total collections were Sl2,'J03,tii:i.OO. This is an increase of $3,000,000 over last year, and may place Louisville first in thu list of cities with large collections. A Twenty Years' Franchise Ciruutcil. Rknto.v, Ky.. May ".The city contu cil has granted a J0 years' franchise ti W, Mike Oliver for the city lighting and furnishing of water on condition .Must l'ny the llond power that he maintain one gas light on the west side of Court square. lc 5. The jury in the suit of Receiver Courtney, of the German national bank, against the l'idclity Deposit Co. on J. M. bond for $10,000, returned a verdict Wednesday afternoon awarding the plaintiff the fall amount. was convicted last fall of embezzling SIS.000 from tho bank. He was president. Louisvillk, Ky., May t'o Mc-Knig- ht Workmen's Wage Increased. Faiimkus, Ky., May 4. An advanca of 10 per cent, in the wages of the employes of J. R. Uuckwalter's large sawmill went into effect the 1st inst. This restores the cut of lS'Jt and affects 50 men. Th Judgment Alllrmed. ritANKFOHT, Ky., May 7. The court of appeals Friday atlirmed a judgment CiHCAno, May 'J.-- Tho Civic Federau Tho conference Is to last four days, the discussion taking the following order : Railroads, labor, organizations. Industrial combines, remedies. Aiitiriiilliiii. At a meeting of t2 Cuban (Jenornls opposed to American influence In Cuba, at Mariano, it was resolved to organize a Cuban Veterans' association iiud form a political party to oppose annexation. l'.-- national conference on the trust question, to bo hold lu some central city. tion of Chicago is preparing to call To 0ipn Havana, May I'nttlt Honored. Santiaoo iik Ciiia, May 0. The muItr. Ail in. Mtiion Orilrrxil to M.uilht to nicipality of Manzanlllo, this province. llrlltttt' 111 tn ii soon a lli Can Hi, has purchased nn oil painting of Col. I'rom Tlmt Station. I'ettit, military governor of the city, Washington, May 'J. Tho navy de- nnd has hung it in n conspicuous posipartment bus selected n successor to tion in tho city hall, with elnborato Adm. Dewey to command the Asiatic ceremonies. station. Orders were issued Monday Negro Hoy Miot ami Killed. detaching llr. Adm. Watson from Ci'MiiKiii.A.vu, Mil., May 'J. William Mare command of tho Island Parish, a Negro, IS years oi age, was navy yard and ordering him to shot and killed Monday by John report to Adm. Dewey nt Manila to Meyers, white. Meyers It Is said, relieve that oflleer when he feels that caught the Negro attempting u felonho can be spared there. Ilr. Adm. ious assault upon Mrs. Kate Hair, an KeinpiT at present on waiting orders. ngod white woman of Springs Hollow. sp-irc- (inv, ilraiilry's Health Little Improved. ItANKKoitT, Ky., May S. Uov. Itrad-le- y hits been but little Improved In health by hh recent stay at Mount Clemens, Mich., and he is said to be contemplating another trip away from the state capital in senrch of health. He will leave early in the coming week for Warm Springs, Va., to be absent several weeks. Shot lllnnrlf to Death. Wealthy Mill Owner Dead. Louisvii.i.k, Ky., May 7. Henry Huperlc. aged C." years, shot himself to Louisvii.i.k. Ky., May 7. W. C Wildeath at No. 7SI (Irayson street, an il- son, of Russellvillc. owner of the legal house, Friday afternoon. lie had Knob City Hour mills and very wealthy, died hero Friday night. been drinking. Ki.lZAiiKTHTOVi.v, for 8",000 damages against the Central Kentucky asylum at Lakeland In favor of Valentine llauns. A sewer emptied on his land. Fayette County VA. C. T. U. Lkxinqton, Ky., May 7. The tenth annual convention of the Fayette County Woman's Christian Temperance union .will meet at Athens Sunday. An effort will be made to suppress the sale of liquor in that village. 'Vo.i.ssockkt, It. I.. May ?. All the b'.lldlugi connected with tho Driving park wero burned Sunday aftcruoon, and 50 pounds of dynamite stored in one of the stables exploded, shaking tho country for miles around. At the time of tho explosion fcitair, C. tho caretaker of A. tho park was In nn adjoining building -- ') feet uwny and only received a (civ bruises, although a similar structure tho same distance nway, on tho other sido of tho dynamite, wai completely demolished. Woon-sock- rirclna Ilrlslnp; Turk. et No Crnmtltutlumil reinvention. tho sntuu way. Mo.ntooukuv, Ala,, May". Tho state senate Monday, by vote of Id to 1!1, decided to repeal the call for a constitutional convention made lu December last. The house had already voted llnngi'il. Koiioka, Mo., May ti. lrcd llronstcin wus hnnged hero Monday, and was pronounced dead fourteen minutes nfter the drop fell. He. shot his wife March 10, 1803, because slic refused to live with him. Wife-murderer Ml iu k nn Arlt'Hliin Well. Los A.noki.iis, Cal., May 0. A well Coi.tJiiii'y, O., May '.. The Columbus which spouts a lnrgo column of water 0 feet high has been police mndo a ghastly find Monday from S00 to opened near Whitticr, in this county. morning. Tho mutilated body of a nou-bor- n wlnto baby was found in tho The well was being drilled in tho hope roar of No. Sil North (Jarlleld nvenuo. of striking oil. Its legs hail been cut oft and these memIliill.m Workmen Strike. bers have not yet been found. The Nkw Voiik, MnyO. -- Several hundred body bore tho appearance of having Italians at work on the Jerome park laid In the open air for three or four reservoir went on strike Monday. Tho days, Tho neighborhood where the contractor, J. It. McDonald, nsked for body was found Is nn aristocratic one. asslstauee, nnd 100 policemen wera There Is no clew. sent to the rckcivoir. Chuilly llUcimirr Mniln I'ollir. by Columbus Illril of DrenitrU Iliiratti. Ky May C Heath of Relia- (Seorgc C. Smith. ble news reached here stating that two Negro men, who hnd been working in .i gravel pit for the I. C. railway, reached Vinegrove Tuesday. Ono of them died of cerebro spinal meningitis, and the other one has broken out with a severe case of smallpox. Hemp Advanced. LkM.noton, Ky., May C May 0 Georgo Chafeo Smith, son of (Jen. Wilbur R. Lexington, Ky., Smith, recent adjutant general of tho state and president of Commercial college of Kentucky university, died Thursday. jumped to 53.15 per hundred J. Loughbrldgo Thursday 20.0C0 pcunds at that price. Denied by tha tinker. Lkxinoton, Ky., May 0. It is reported that at a meeting ot the board of Hemp has directors of street railway and other here. W. consolidated companies Thursday a purchased fcalu of the couipaniet was effected. Otlkers deny It. m AT - ! liiiiflwifcr-iiMt- ?t3p4V- - tlW ffe ,5 :v t K v: LOCAL NEWS. Teachers Against It. Apparently tho IConluokv ... . tea- I Tin: kim ot' A . (jukat nnuTM'.s. In n unit llled $ r fundamental principle of right, that cannot be wantonly denied tho people. Ami yet thero should be some relief from tho arbitrary and Hometimes exorbitnnt exact-ion- s of theso combinations. It is perfectly legitimate, right and proper, to turn free trade looso on these Trusts, and this with tho legitimate taxing power, it uppears to us, .gives tho only r o i o f. The humbae denunciation of tTraata'by democoguOB and candi dates, without giving any sensible remedy, Is n critno upon the people. The whole people are against Trusts, but who can and will apply the remedy ! 1 chcrHiirn iikiiIiihI Hiu Olilini Sdlmoi Hook Hill. At tho meeting (H tvmil.-- nf tho 1st District Kl u ca tiomil Adulation, at L'rliiJuui. tnoro than 100 teachers won in i "Wo can furnish yon with ovoryattendance, mid n resolution oi llllllg UCCIICIl IU UIUIII till Thntwinklinirsturstheirlighi display ileninlng tho Hill, ollered by Sipt . at . And angels walk the milky-way- . l). Ii. Wilson, of Kul on Oouii., Wlnln ili'ccr clouds in disarray PRICES, LOWEST VERY was almost iitianimouuly ndoped. Trail in the" skies their .skirts of gray. And cows that roughed it thro' on hay. Hmvnvpr. n few of tho best touchTMiev, too. get in tho milky way, in tho Association, approved uitl that's about all we've got to say. ors Hough Lumber, bill. I ho train Dressed Lumlor, fenturo of tho (Jhinn Hill Is to soinilows, Doors and Sash anil Winds, yfc See thofi and 10c counters at euro uniformity of text bonks 1 Shingles, NaiN, Shaw s. throughout tho State. Under Uuilders Hardware, Hen lvuykendall. of Dawson, ICy., Paints and Oils. .h m was in the city Sunday. Lime, Cement and Plaster. moved selects its own text books. Ili.-rThe Gypsy camp lms been Lot us flguro with you. may be, and doubtless nre, ib- to Mud creek. Thos. X. Smith and Kd. Daucey, of jcotioiis to tho Ohlnn bill, but It is &W. Fulton, were in the city Tuesday. fajr tl) ol) t,al j,8 ,uivocnl,. , -- Mrs. V.M.Trevatlmu and son. liar- - cm,n UI1U1U ;m ,fiP rv, of Union Citv. were in tho city Sat- cheaper school books, and just as unlay. Special attention T Itailroari Time l'ahle. shell gools at Shaw's. to Hardware good. Tho opponents ffyjr that stnndard text books will bo saeri Not every man who talks political flce,j for cheaper ones, N., O. & St. L. R. K. economv u. a statesman. Somo of thoin AlintVKS t.KWKS' 52, 7 IS a. m. aro common loafer,. Trln So. S3 at 9 30 p. m Train So. I. IMiA in .si'Kl.LISIJ AS XOW TAUUIIT. Tmlii No 1, t 2 M p. in Train Nu who has lieon Mr. Knieut John-o1.1 X (....Ml.l 11 ..J. ""- "",1" Commonting on tho failure of Issues. The Greatest of All the schools ol the present da .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrison, of Nnshvillo, aro visiting their relatives. properly to teach spelling, a writTho greatest of nil issues that Mr. ami Mrs. II. X. Cowgill. or in Self Culture assumes n tein should ho before tho American Mr. Hugh Smotherman and sons, iniscent vein and tolls how tho people is tho question of tho Jesse and Charlie, from Lnxoni, Ark., nova unci uirlB of nmiiv virH iicmi Trusts. Politicians may tnlk of aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cluus. Perry. wero drilled in this prerequisite Free Silver, Gold Bitnotnlistn, Barry, editor of the Lexington, to a 00(1 education. When tho Mr. Standard, &c, but what does nil and ii . Pmim.. si vi.rv intolHirellt euBtors imie uacK speller tlmt ninount to, if tho Trusts by a anablo gentleman, paid was ii U80 spelling bees. were a welcomo visit this week. few twists of the Bcrows enn nb dally lenttiro 01 school lire. In -- At sorb nil the money no matter I'miiK-in- t a bnminct given on board tho toiiso interest wns amused liv nt (Tnim. Kiitnriluv wlint kind it tuny be, or how much night. Hon. Chas. K. Wheeler npoml- - theso contests. Somotiincs ttie the ton 'Keiitnck-y- . ij0Va wcro nrrnigtieil ngainst the of it may bo in circulation. But it is ' Sf Try a barrel of Erin Limo and girls, and tho girls usually won, the question becattso of its enor-- , wnen ino next goner-'onstar Uenient troui LiKiiroiin i.v iuxikiis. 100. mity, and because of tho difficulty better. ntion had progressed to McCiufin dealing with them by law. Tho There will be an ico cream supper foy'a yellow bncked spelling bonk, principle of two or moro men at Graves School House to much the same systom prevailed, and which every one is invited. It is given Spelling was taught from the tlrst combining their tho&uudny iscliool at lQ Ue ,l8l n(,Cf U)(j u, brains for business purposes, is n thut Going to Build This Spring? This is tho merry month of May, Tlu robin and tho noisy jay, And Jennie Wren liavo come to stay sings its morning lay, Tho mock-birAnd lambkins in the meadows play. While children after llowor. Mr.iy gay, The maiden dons a And then she gads around all day The apple blooms, in bright array, Like fragrant eensers swing mm n t shirt-waist, recent decision iwiilillkll nun i.f lii Ul.iml.tril fill " " magiiuu-- rmpiiMHizeH uir im'iiimi tho Standard Oil propertli'M Inul '" "" i ! from i"'" s 1 v'"" ' 00.000.000 (o neatly .f)( y J bprmg upening! k. HIGH-CLAS- s- - m W (100,000, ol which more tlinn half Is said to he of iiHingle Individual S ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN . . . . I ,,,.,., - - w.., e ..r..ai.'.l.'ffi pri,t ror,cs mh Within n year tho merging of corporulo and business enterpils ch in the new (MimliliiiitloiiH geir S' l""w" " ",,,"ftl not less than tf 1,000,000,000 ,nlup ((f t;o Heeniitics IsMied i.v these trusts, In ovprv one of which tho controlling interest is held by 'w IihIIvIiIiihIh. ::f Kone on it has done In this SPRING AND SUMMER Dress (roods! NOW ON MY COUNTERS My purchase this season niirpaMiH all other in HIC11NKSS, - VA L P. S.Ellison j sv i I n, IKS'sntv. f- . success. Never before has tho process of accumulation been so rapid as in the past twelvo months, What is to bo the iiltitmtto re suit of this movomeut How is 'it destined to client our social and business conditions! Still no re important is the question, How till it Hnallv atloct our political conditions? HO nipidh eountrv In tho short seventeen years slnoo' the Standard Oil trust set the ex. ample mid marked the methods or UIETY and STYLE. The jmttenii urn our own, and no fear of duplication. My shelve are crowded with th world's licM, latent and loveliest product iota. Among the NOVELTIES an- tlue: Dovon Fiquo, Arumlol Pique, Si ron Dimity, Lucerne Checks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and l'Yench Organdies, Lawns, And many oihfrx. I - , ' .. M nut nr nf ili ew York. There aro to be seventy pieces and mo loving cup will bo adorned with a likeness of Daniel Boone and tho seal of Ken tucky. it will bo Tin: silver service for the bat-tleshin Kentucky is to bo made hy a Philadelphia firm at n cost of mx thousand dollars. To tho credit of tho people of tho State have th hen-- . I have pretiht Al-M- Mttvk of SILICtf for Hhlrt WaUt ever hhowu WASH SILKS and .SATTINS addid to my hU k, Ready-Made ptin,r finer than any nnrhuiiH ilmn Ladies' Shirt Waists, ? I which are hi much In iw thto wftMiti Thwy nrw Inuijtht direct from tin manufacturer, hiv ixtrfccMlttiiik'nnd vrj' cIhii p. lot .'aV.V-- A.v mhIi. of them utly thmv. ulumirar than you nun ' 3 KVr.ItYTIII.MI H f JWlllTR fc I - cordially invite evoryUidv to will anil examine mv eiittnM(K'k. and (MimpHre qiiNluv and price t, ' capital Nice and Cloan, J hnii Jrxi- - sH. O. AMBERG. Fresh and Cold ! boy found it still tho ogre who-Moow.Ky.. he jj.agl fllC0 ..0r lutter-d.i;. says i i i i;iuuiuiii tiim uurc mm , "PellorB." ...... the writer, "are i' , erndl-- ' y qr I i p. tinds it suits his tnidolHicanso it A cate tho system of all malarial poison, constructed on tho theory that ll V O f, O spoiling lessons aro to be written. III d ho guarantees it. CL L U 1 vJ LI CI J ; -- A negro woman wlnlo attempting T"0 adyocates of this method tell ......... . i.o to dip a bucket of water from tho river, "9 that it defeats pnrrot-lik, nt,Tiptouvillo, Saturday, about 7 o'clock, pondenco upon sound; that it fell into tho water and was drowned. trains tho oyo to distinguish bo KRUITN'HCTAR, At last accounts her body had not been tween bothersome i's and o's, or recovered. PHOSPHATES, the presence of silent lottors; atd L. P. Ellison has returned from abovo nil that It develops nu ettiv I CHS. Camthersville, Mo., whither ho has aud quick chirograph?." IUjJjs GKUSHKI) FRUITS Special iitlonllnn civon tn tho hcIIIhk nf Hm Kutnto of all kiiulu; been to establish a brnnch business Mllll lOlirCfinntM n fllll linn (if tlm Iwnl uml iim.i rnlli.l.ln l.'iri, inaiir. liou.se, in connection with 6. 15. San- the writer goes on to Bay, tl(B?-suitnud LUMONADU. aohioved do not henrit pt, Cnmiuuiii'H doinj; Iiihiimhm in tho Stulo. nnd that ''Old RuUhUIo" ders. Ho reports busiuet-- opening good tlieri'a bouts. this theory. Tho rising generation MIITUAI. HUNKKIT hIKH INSUItANCH '.()., tlmt linn nlready T ALL AH Wo seo in tho Memphis papers that aro poorer spellers than thoso i.dd nut largely over ? 100,(1011 Life Inftiirnnou in Illckmnn nnd vicinitho gunboat JasliviIIe will, on its re-- that preceded them Tho hand- COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. ty, mid h iHBiiiiifj the I'lieapenl and hpnt jioliny of nn.v ri'utiliir Llfu tnru, stop at small towns two or threo writing is nlso below tho nvernge. IiiMiiranco Company ilomc InisincflH In thin country. Ilo hoIIcUh days. Why not have an excursion One other essential fact is that your patronage. Call nnd seo him. A PItEMII SUI'l'LV OF from Union City to Hickman? Union thero is an endeavor mndo to City Commercial. C. B.MOKKW lies ciis I IS-i- DruggLst, y r p It o COCO-COLA- y jl "cr,"cz r REAL ESTATE rTi J JL AND INSURANCE AGENT. s s 1 - cou-fus- o A Dog Fall. m The Democrats, Republicans and Populists, the threo leading political snrties of this country, are incorporating in their county and State platforms planks bitterly denouncing Trusts, and promising their beat efforts toward breaking them up. Tho National platforms will bo in line the same way. This bIiowb, at least, tho practically unanimous sentiment of the public against such combinations. But it also divides tho power of the peoplo in their opposition to tho Trusts. Tho Republican a n t pooplo aro to bo hold in lino under tho promise that the Republican party will deal with thoso commercial monsters known as Trusts, &c. Tho offort of the Republicans Is to throw the next National campaign on somo other issues, tho war, finance, &c. A that an approximate calculation places the total oxpondituros of the treasury on account of tho Washington dispatch says talk-his son, and whilo in tho The Acting Secretary of War visitto him, Mr. Finch closed cell door ing the Meiklejohn, has made a very in- aud informed tho old gentleman that teresting report upon tho com- ho was his prisoner. mercial aud industrial conditions Feminine dress is a wondroin subin Cuba, showing that tho future ject nud may not bo approached hy the of the island under a stable gov- ignorant except in a spirit of the deep. fact, ernment promises a wonderful de- est reverence. .Hut despite this seeker thero is no reason why an honest velopment of wealth. Tho bene- after lutormation should no prohibited ficial effects of an economical ad- from striving to obtain enlightenment ministration of the island's affairs, relativo to certain mysterious matters suoh as is now being given under of feinalo apparel. Now, ouo or the tilings that "no out" is the direction of the War Depart- tho wherofore of fellow can find fashion the prevailing already apparent. A r.f ulMul.in.. i. ment, aro ,. f,u.t in good deal of the capital which or mi below the waist and Hum lncim. if was romovod, or which went into up again with buttons and cords or spho- - j hiding, prior to nud during tho ing it with gold safety pins, Is it to promote in tho assumption and Spanish war has been returned discardingease tho garment or of simply to and new enpitnl is being attracted afford ii chanco for a further display or by the safer and more stablo con- jewelry? "lis a nico problem ; who will furnish tho bolntiou? ditions. 1 war with Spain, from the beginning of the war preparations in March of last yoar up to this time, at $275,000,000. It is expected tliat'tho war expenditures for the remaining two months of tho fisJohn cal year will bring tho total to Finch, also jailer, that date to at least $300,000,000. and when tho eldermade tho discovery. Ferguson came to tho child's mind by tho introWayne Thomas, youngest son of Col. P. M. Thomas, was admitted to the duction of many foreign words. bar at Hickman yesterday. Wayno Is a "brainy" vouug man and coming from Judge. Clifton a family of lawyers his friends predict J. Pit att, ol' Mndisonville, has nu for him a bright future. t'l'IIK KI.MIST OA.MIV .M.tOI'.i nounced himself ns n cnmhdalo Tho Kentucky Leader, 1'aducah's for Governor, subject to the no- Received Week new weekly and Sunday paper, made tion of tho Republican party. its llrst appearance Sunday morning. It is a quarto, neat in Charles Someils, of and is well edited by Jus. who wns tried in Prank Lemon and W. W. Martin. fort last week upon tho charge ViWVi) I, & M m. Our friends, one and all, from town of attempting to bribe a delegate and country, particularly thoso who to tho McCord Kailrond contenlifivn lii'vnr mill tho nf mu. tion wns not found guilty. DUIJCGIKTH. Tho , nigahieani printing press in opera- 8ami lo.,"vo Mood lour to tiou, aro cordially invited to call and JU",,8f seo our now press. Tho most certain eight for conviction. Two Souls With time to seo it printing is Thursday eveIN a recent lssuo tho Pnducnh nings. Sun said that .lorry Porter would Tho candidates for State Senator, be tho Republican nominee for But A Single Thought, lions. Ed Walker and J. D. Watson, aro filling a list of appoiutmciits in railroad commissioner from this Graves comity, tho same dates as the district. Mr. I'ortor wns intnr. candidate tor liepre.sentative. Wo aro viewed hy tho Clinton Democrat advised that an old editorial of the and Btntod he never authorized Hickman Courier is bein used in tho auch n etatoinont ami that U""UI campaign, which, to bo miro, Is' circu iistancefl will ho ei.tor bound to bo good readiiiK, but, my dear brothers, tho time is when democrats Politics this year. as to minor differ should let The St. LohIh court of appeals ences oo have given tho trimtH n body blow. As nu ovidenco of tho good order, n trust ... .n .! .i uujiidiui - ,.r iibo stated ui J iillliiu Il i,u i.ruipii ii.nt under tho formt uiitt i,i ui iuu i;tu.i:iin ..r "8 objects county, it should that tho to-till hues assessed at the May term of the o l corporation nnd ovade the Circuit Court and rejiorted from inferior ponnltioH provided for violations courts was only 58. Tlio expend of 0t tho lintl trilBt law of 181)1. i. 00, and tho revenue both juries was ,im ncoounts with derived from tax on suits and license 'or was .ill).(i0, leaviiiR a sliortage of only trusts operating na corporations are outlawed and not collectible. fra.:i2. A dispatch from Union City to the aro dlt. The Missouri IiOKislaturo lias And that thought was that wc and seaNashville American, dated 6th m.st , authorized a playing tho most unique bond issuo of .r00(i,. says : A young man named Ferguson, MHinblostock of of Moscow, is in jail for stealing a mule. 000 by the city of St. Louis lor His father sent him several nluus of to the St. Louis World's Koirln !:!, ... rino Ciirnifnro bacco and in them were secreted nnd a voto on a constitutional ? rino llh of tho linoht metal. Sheriff Ex-Oirgu- it Lozvnav's Chocolates, Every Cr. ISTL HEUiIVC icatucKy, ;Kmati, 1 Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled .Plows, and u Kiiza-bothtow- n, nTiimi-Mniit- v :.. Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One liorse IJ arrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Forks, &c o0r- - Cnll nnd look nt my Implements bpforo buying. tea Resumed Business! '(? i.'-.- 1 ,.ii. J E, (L w .1. .J. C w BOlDlIIMf f(ruir yo!ii.S) ! I ' , Mrl),Nii:L, stand. ,,:!.,. I lias bought (ho Oro.-orSlock of Ai.ninii the 1'owcll Hlook, and will continue business at tlmt He has added largely In the stock, nnd will keep ciii:il to any iii nOXDl'UANT Grocery Establishment Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from, (nu,t. of ,,is patron8 ()f J nd tlio public go no rally, jironiis- - lie solicits the - 1 'K to and all FA I R DHAMXd. Individual citizens of at. Louis have already subset ilird nearly $.3 000.000 to the stock of tho Fair, and tho indications aro tlmt it will be a grout success. A l"riH0. PIrMrinto 41 1,000 niin ,i sanio iu Southwest Kentucky. Coolness and lightiiehsis what is need-eat this season, and wo havo it in handsome reed nnd rattan furniture in beautiful designs, nud covered in doiiiui and matting for cool effects. d "Majestic" Cookiog Banges I The Best in the World ! ' In.K-Vli- rl ,, ' says that the groat life insuriinco companies wmi IIPlKKjuaitors in I Stephens & Smith. ,',at c,,i aro UOtUng ready to "now ineir jreni power," meaniii(,' One of itH Stroii:oHt l'oints is itn that thoy aro tfoiiiK into nolitlcs with u view of controlling certain DR." W. M. BRIGHT, ,1Mhn OIllCllllS liavillg It ..7iII OI'I t V lit "Vur SOIIIO of lll'-illfl'llirs. Never Hakes BiHcnltH in 1 Miiititofl Light Hreud in 40 Minute. asg PHYSICIAN. "&l theless we doubt that any such Huylng- n ''MaioHtio" uieniiH a of Jconomical CnokinS corporation has thus deliborntoh determined to invito self destruct. Call and ILvaiiiiuv TIiciii. You'll ltiiy no Oilier. OIHco over Wilson's Uook Store, ,on' m,.iu lkl " Mio i''ar IIolcoiullo llullding, noruonUloiiB to keep out of polltics. KENTUCKY, HIOKMAN, New Yoke correspondent Ton 4'aiuiol Malic a MiNfalttt In Buying Oac of tliese Ranges llio-tlmo ECONOMY IN THE USE OP FUEL! f 'r - Mi " VV ,, '.I . ('.-- - .., "K J1 rv " K 'C MfWMMNMl THE HICKMAN COURIER, Tho Court HousG-Jiu- lgo Rob-bin- s' MH.'KO (H'.TS II1U HA.1IA(Ji:S. u ' ' UI.I!I) i:v Till: STARS. .Moiilli of (he You Southern I'liptisl ami Auxiliary Were Con- - An Historic Cnne. v (.rortro Warren. HICKMAN, KY FlilDAY, : : : Orilor, . Jury of While .Men Ueliirn for $.10,000. LitRt Venlicl la.Ulih-- Tuehe volitions, Governor Urndloy lins roceivod MAY 2, J8IKI. l Tlio drum! .Miry irt thu .hinimry orm of the Circuit Court, con- - week a Federal Court Jury coinpoKod Local and Personal, (JirriN Mouduv. Siiaw'k. Circuit eourt adjourned Siituriluy. Ntruwburiea aro very plentiful, Mil Shaw, Jr. hpont Sunday ami Ilomo-m-uwu VW (ucenswnroat Mini-ila- y St. I.011.4 In Niwhvlllo. V. Holconibo futurned from Sunday. (JMMtr " Uo'h SllOWKWill exhibit in thin oily Monday. Olil NiHn TurMilont thix ollleo hI ITi tjeiitu jmt hundred. Arthur Cothruu, of No. 8 luliunl. was In thu eity Saturday. -- Mr. W. (J. .Millard, of Union City, ptint Sunday In tho city. LB" A full linn nf (.rocerios at detuned thu Court IIouno, and nil- vIhciI uccPHHiiry rcpnlrs or tlic Imiliilng of u now ono. Tlio Uotin- HiIh l.V KIhciiI Court in roHpoct to action appointed a coininittep to connider the facte nnd report iih lo tho work noeiled to be done. Tlio matter wiih ngiiin iiefote the Utiinil jury nt tliiH term of court, wlioo tlio jury reported the Htep taken by (ho county iittthoiitioM, with tlio additional report that tlio county jnll wa In good comlitlon. From tlio faeln, .luilge Itob- bin dircnlntl tho following older to lio iiiikIo : Whereas the (mi:d Jury of thin mjiih iimiM-rtio- at IjouiHville, enliroly of white men, returned a vordlot awarding Ceorgo Dinning, a col ored infill, i?.")0,()00 (littniige againflt hIx tiieuiher of a inol) that on tho night of .Inn. 27t!i, 181)7. (ittnukvil him in bin homo in SiinpHon tliiH conn-t- , en to IiOiiUville, Ky., May a walking stick mnde from tlio I8f. Ibirnl iUkivo ooottnion all eouixm flagstaff of tho Olirlstobal Colon, lVir the (Hro in an old astrological Wilt of tho Mobila A Ohio ltttilmiul with a metal sliiold made from a to indicate, with tolerable will wII tloki-l- to Louisville and return casting of tho Maria Thorosn whllo ccrtHinty, thu character of tho at raffl of mi firt-clilimited faro for tho ferule was mndo from giri, according to the month slio tho Via-caythe round trip, on Miiy Hfh to lath inThis valunblo relic was oont happens to bo born in, says an ex- clusive, limited for return passage to 15 change: day after wile. For exact rati, tick- to tho Governor by John O'lian-non- , If u girl he born iu January, sho ets, time, and full information apply to a ICentucky sailor on tlio relief ohip Vormont. will a prudont housewife, giv. iieanf station .ix'iit. pro-dictio- n a. Siiaw'k. the of Mi-MIm Mollto Shuek, of near .Ionian, is vixltliiK Mrs. !. K. Stephen. Kv. (Joo llurlliiuaiiif ptvached at tin! HaitlM Cliureh Monday iiIkIiI. relaMr. Cue Throlkeld is tive at New LlUirly, Ivy., thin week. ('lauilii Mann ami llrook-- i .JiiekMin, if Union Ulty, woro in the city Sunday. Will Helm, who has Iwii In St. IiutM Hwvuml week, rtiirtil HumlHy. ku Ml, Annie Little, w lla-wi- n of Union City. Oiwo. I vl-iti- ng iuiiiiIkt of Milkman I my this weak to pick to Columhii A went Mraw-lierri- KIiil' mi fl!l when vim want frifli HhIIh, Hrotul, I'ruitK, Niitx and Caudle. Mrs. l'annlo ltwvw mid Mn Hofcius t of Tmy, .Satunlay ami Sunduv in tlmoity. jjiiMttKof Mm. J. V. l'owell. -l'- n-il Cm, who hart a ixwitlon in tho railroad hhoM at l'arsous, KausHrt, is at hoiiii' on n visit to liis .HirentH. Mr. ami Mm. l I.. OW. Ktuniurr (rn Leo carried a iinm fir nf HxourslontNtrt from this city to the kiiiiiioui. (Juni, III . hatunmy, Nashville, returnltiK Sumlay. KiH-n- 'Tho " HlshojiT IT. Dudley, prenelied two M.leudid hi rm on at the Kil-oMChurch, Huiiday morning anil night . which wen- - wijoyitl by lare uoiiKn-tfii-lions- Cottev Is thu klml that liminukeopr who want onlv tho l.et. always buy. Sold only by II. Hitiianax. IW (.Inm V Haulrn' Famous ft i,'t Tim unit Building and Loan Adatlon will 1m held at the court 1ioum imxt Thursday uhfht, Ibth hurt. MiimUin am rvquiirt tn utUiud, Tint Kev J. K. Martin, of Clinton, Ky , will occupy lh pulpit of the Han-ti- t Church the inM two Sundays, in tin nlnotirt of thu paMor. who Is in Kvorv one U invited to UitilHvillc liisir this man of liod -- Tin. milt of V. II (Wild lllll) l.v iitui vh. J N. Hall, for f 10,000 diuunx. cliaivc of ttlx'l, was lllisl. Monday, in th Kill ton clrtMilt court. Thin Milt jtnnulM'S to l one of tho imnt historic, Miuxutiouiil actions in the (.story of thu county. Warn.ir Hrtvnnl ami Will Ilol-- ' combo, Hickman )yn, lain iiiimiiImiin of thu I'ourth Tciiiicnhwi, having lHn , out, rvttirnpil hotnn TuhmIiiv nnil arc Imuiik riulit royally by old frluuds ami tin jiubli OliMitillL' 11 of till) lliuklllMI and twolvo children away and If in May, handsome and likely burned hi homo. Dinning wont to Lnutavillo and to he happy. If in .June, impetuous, will marfiled nll iigiiinM tho loadiTH for ty Jnw conileinned the Couutv (Jonrt tho full Bum awarded. Tho out- ry curly anil lio frivolous. & House a dangerous or unfit tor two, HUDHiifional, If in July, passably handsome to 1k come In regarded iih and appear from hii dangerous and uiitlt for line, it is there- indicating an entirely now method but with a sulky temper. If in August, amaiblo and pracfore ordered flint the Jnller of thw coun- of dealing with molH. to weare it ty lm ami t hereby tice likely to marry rich. Now I'onii Of .Money Order. suitnlile hall or room in which to hold If in September, discreet, affatho Circuit Court at it .Sept ember twin. ble nud much likod. 1HW). ami nt nUou"iit terms, until The Pout Olllco Department in If in (he Court lloiij-- shall Im repaired or contemplating tho introduction of quettishOctober, pretty nod co now one built. and likely to bo unhappa new form of a postal money or- yTho mutter 18 in thu hand of der. It will bo inailo to conform If in tho eotninittoo nipniiitod, whicli to the hIzo of an ordinary bank of a mild November, liberal, kind, disposition. coiiunitlci). wo presnuie, will koou check, and tho marginal figured If in December, well proportpiloted tnakoa ronort. The CouuiKU in heretofore no longeronbothe mo tmy ion d, fond or novolty nnd ex used. A order will not iuIvIhoiI whether tho isotiitul t receipt will alo bo given tho re- trangant. too will recommend tho building mitter at tho time of tho purchase St HOY S0I.MI..IS. of a now Court limine, or repair of tho order. Tho now form will $g) The best material of which to ing tlio present one. If tho mat- bo much more convenient for peopln make fighting soldiers is found in handling by the biiine ter baa to lio auhmlttcil to n vote and tho bank and will bo intro. boj of tho people, it iippentH that law- duced about September 1L IS!)!). Tin from sixteen to twenti'-onois tho expression of old comyer are divided in opinion u to manders. There woro many cap- J? Ileligloiis Kdltor Sued. whether Hitch an election can lie tains in the civil wnr who woro held thi year, or not unlit 11)01. It. Stahlinnn, of Nuah-vill- under twenty years of ago. There Mr. brigadier-genoralonly twen- H tho law reqttiritii: it lo be held at Tonn., the attorney who col- woro ty ono years old. General Grant a general election when county lected tho celebrated .Mothodiwt was tinder forty when lio entered p ofllcorH aro chosen. The Sheriff, war claim, lias brought suit for the war. Stonewall Jackson had aBB. Clerk, JuduoH, Sc, &(J., are to bo Ar.n.OOD for libel umiliinL Uev. W. won immortal fame at thirty-eigh- t General m elected in IflOl, lint tneinber of II. Paltnoro, D. I)., editor of tlio and died at thirty-nine- . St. Louis Christian Advocate. Dr. Sheridan was a general at thirty. tho Hegihlattiro nto elected this several cutis-ti- Fttzliugli year and tlio (UCHt!on kcoiiih lo Paltnoro has written Stahlman, and at twenty-nine-Leo was a major general . editorials on Mr. Alexander had bo if ineuiberH of the Legislature on others connected with him in conquered tlio world boforo ho wns thirty-three- . aro county ofiicerH in the hpuro of connection with tho uluim. Napoleon beMr. Stahlman has employed tho came master of hJgypt, crossed tho m Is not tlio Slattto. Tho Courier best legal talent in the State and Alps, and fought the battlo of Macompetent to an opinion. wilt make a vigorous fight. It is rengo at thirty. Vonng mon make (1 hmve understood that other suitR will tho best soldiers. Tho civil war IJrond for 'ifie. 1Uhivii Hraiirw!.iM. was fought by young men and be brought ngaiunt editor and PatninlJiw homo imbtry uid nave from who have Indulged in boys. Thoro aro living voterans P ) to on the dollar, at tl New City of that war who aro now only ilfty like assaults on Mr. Stahlman. llakery. years of age: yet that war began 1 thirty-oigh- t llrummors Kirk." Itclleics in Aitwrllsing. icars ogo. Knoxvillo ilin-etw- Din February, a humuno and Tho mob wiih fortned to wain him to leave tho country, iio hav- affectionate wife and tender ing boon nociiHOd of Hteallng chick-cu- in 0 III it. lie reftiHOd to go and tho If in Maroh, a frivolous chatter-o.- , mob opened lire on him. Dinning Boinewhat given to quarrellOHpniided with a tdiot and Killed ing. If in April, inconsistent, not Inone mini. Thoti ho (led. Tho next day tho neighbor drovo Iiih wife telligent, but likely to bo p. Slate. melancholy, but good totn-pon- 1 The Shoe t Store! x i good-lookin- ao CO ft Q if SS ULI m GO rv SZ C 1 w CO l xy A) BEST QUALITY! Our $3-0- 0 Hnnd-b'ewc-- d Hack-Stiiy.- 8 Shoes for Men! Tiiey'ro Welts. They're Knglish Heavy or Light Soles. Dlnek or Chocolate, Hriglit or HIack Kyulcts, new Toes. The Geisocke. The Regent, The Excelsior. 5 to 10. e, J They're all Kiug qmilities all Lengths from Widths G to 13. S.GT With each Purchase of -V- M, or more, you got a -PHOTO BUTTONS if" of any .number of your family, or sweetheart, Don't forgot to will for vour ticket. Itawdalo makes thu HuttoiiH. We do the rest. you like. o f " v GASH stohi: irrii.' RICE k HfiYLOR. v"yr--w ! p - K- - v - n5?""!-"- - v vB . j Hdltor Hlnkmnu Courier: Two weiki ago I bisitrittd an .Id. in flirt Column," tmrier's 5 liead young iiiiiIhh formic, or to hire out for the MiMin. Please ills.AkaAiaakAa. . llfllt CM.llHTH- - ll. im ill ill lit. iiitui imr nan uifipivMsi 01 mr mines, ami in mc liwt feu days couhi have old or hirtsl out fifty head nion1. Xow, I wish to it sv. right here, to whom to may concern, sell. lure or if you have anything givo away, advert fin in the Hickman Courier and you .surely will gel rid of it. 1ft Tm I JTIIftak 1 Trillium. Much indignation Is expressed! f A.MONO OUIt KXCIIAXCKS. by driimmiTH who arrived oil tlioS "Sunshine" from Memphis Inst I - Bread JfyPfijwoJ K-fQ- -- 33aaii IS THE , ai I L I J. O. H.VKSKH. KMiialiiiilion for Teachers. inns-turi- nioru-liiK- wnl-coiiih- I Kununilly. visitcil by nnotlier Miiyllnlil w.-lire. The tobirco rehamllint: house of A. U. llntnii w:w ilcMroyed. Tho orb Kill of the lire Is uiikuowu, w well as tlm amount of insurance on tho iniMr-tdcrttroyiil. The lov was, however, IV lica t Wan led. coiisiilcriilile. Hoen & Mven-o- l aniiounce that they In the rush to corner everything we eat. drink, use or wear, by tho trusts, it are in tlio market to buy wheat, and heems that iH'uuutK were forgotten, but will pay the highest market price, in now Homo New Yorkem, who do not any quantity, mall or large lot. Units- - it I.vi.i:m)I.. from a clover know a KmwitiK plant, come forward with fr,(KK),C(H) Till", American army in tho to corner them. has been reduced r0 CnV We ImiukIiI a liirje supply of Sel Philippine TotabH' and Dillon Setts early, when per cent, in number by tho vicisof was still living. Itm-iirlthey went cheap, ami will nave you situdes of tlio campaign. money on them. Li:iKimi & Kc kicks. "gipsies" looattHl in close pmximity to y 1 The examination for (Vanity Certificate for Teachers in Pulton county will Imi held a follow : White Applicants May 111 and 30th; Juno 10 ami 17th; July 'i and ttM; August lf and Ittth. Colored Applicants Mav 3! ami 37th ; June M ami vilth ; July 'Jsth ami 3Utu ; August Vi ami '.''th. No e.aiiiiua(ion at any other time. They claim. loo Pulitzer thinks Ilryan could evening. that the captnin places negroo. lV. oloclctl l(, ho "J0"1'1 1Jul ,l ,.v cto1?' on an equality with the whites.1 v,or Wc on ll.ey'wero allowed to eat' without an objoct accomplished is and thnt at the sanio table and occupy thel"01, "hat tlio Domocrats want.-sn- iiio cabin with tho whites. One lducnh isows. drummer stated that ho would . Sam Jones is giving his oxhibl-wai- t a week for a boat before he1 Mount Louisville, but ho has cut would rido on tho Sunshine again.! out that little speech about Ilry Another papsonger was ' warm un ati'a tnxcH. Ho is afraid that thoro der tho collar' bocauso a hurl may bo other DomocrnMo mayors negro occupied a state room noxt to call him down. L'aducah Nows. to the one in which his wife slept L'olitlca are growing 60 warm in Tho Sunshine will llnd it a little Ohio that Mark Ilanna linsn't time cloudy if it continues to place ne to moddlo iu Kontuoky. Hut groes on an equal footing' with thou wo havo D i c k o y Knott. whites, especially on tho southern Madisonvillo Mail. end ofita route. Now Madrid Wbotlior tlio states are compeMiHHOtirlnn. tent to deal with tho trust probFew lem is a sorious question. AX AM'ir.XT KKMC. of them havo shown a disposition to attack tho subject. It is unWhile in flic army the hue civil wnr, deniable, Iiowovor, tliat.tho UniI rode what I considertsl a line gelding, ted StatOH havo tho power to deal and although a little aged yet ho with tho trusts. Let Congress my purpose admirably. Affcr swing its ax at ovory customs tax lHiing dischaivjwl, I Biitlrtily lost sight of upon which monopoly gorges and quali- tho the animal, but his many go American workmen and tho ties often mnuwd to my iiiiiul siniu American consumer will ho resthen and often wondend whether bo cued from thralldotn. Paducah Thursday tt.'s P STAFl'1 OP . . AND TO OKT . . . IjIFE 1 itl Y( & 1P' rnrnn t.annnn rncin nnnn. si uuuu dhcau isw fiO TO THR ; Hew ri- - Bread, Cakes and Pics Baked Daily ! n.KA.miUA.n'rrcii!-- ! n 'i Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, LCE ORE AM PARLORS and UKSTAUKANT Come tjee U ' in connection. ICE COLD DUINkS served Telephone 1)1). h from onr Arctic Fount. Ji w City Bakery. . lml Hegister. The Trustee of Hickman College, Friday niKht (dcoted the following teaoher for tho ensuim: term- l'rof. .1. (J. Check, Principal ; and Miswe Annie Sherniu, Mattio Dellow. IjuIu Hamate, Yirniiii Luten, Dora Smith; and Miss Mun'iT, in cliiirio of Musical Department. constable was "held A Maylleld up" in the heart of the city of I'aducah olio day last week, ami relieved of twenty dollar in cash and a lot of capiases ami other lepd document. On the huiiiii occasion Oily Ulerk Carvin wa relieved of 'Jlf by iiickjKK'ki t in a Htreet car. Mr. .loir Innian mid Miss May Cireen were marrieil Wednesday afternoon at the homo of Dr. and .Mr. V. M Trovathan in this city. Mr. Iiiiuan is a voniif,' farmer, living north of town, and Their MisrtCJreen is from llieknian. friend wish them u happy and useful life. Union Ulty DemiKTiit. Tho preacher who can jiriMeh to please every hearer; the editor who can write to plea.so overy reader; the merchant who can miI jjoods to plea.se every customer; tho lawyer who can Hpeuk to please overy listener; and the dressmaker who can please every woman, aro all dead and wearing wing in Heaven. Perfection is not found in Immunity, so nay mime one It. will be a Hiirpriso to many homo friend of Dr. .Too J Kobert, lalo of Moscow, lo learn of hi marriage on Artio Aycrs, at the May !trd, to Ml bride' liomu near Van Huron, Ark. The brido I spoken of a a most charming young lady, talented and accomplished, and wo all know the groom to be n must oourtoou and deserving Joy bo with them. gon-Ionia- Dinnino, col., obtained a Hickman, and while rambling around Tun largest dog in tlio world lives iu Chicago. Ho is a St. judgment for $1)0 000 against cer- their camp I was struck with the whelped Oct. 10, 1S9:5. and tain persons who mobbed him and and Iwtwoon one of their hoisi drove his family from their homo the devoted horsn of other das. Upon his name is Simon Lomond. From in Simpsi ii county, Ky., but it is a eliw exaininnllon l found marks on tip of nose to tip of tail ho meastlioof said that not ono dollar can bo him that were identical withluui in the ures 7 feet 7 inches. Ho is Jill iny army stcd. I talked t made off of either of tho defend- old fainiliar way, and lo, h' risnigni. inches tall, the measure being ants. ed me. it was he and no mist ilu but taken from the point between the His weight is from what a wreck, ho was only a shadow shoulders. Miss I.api.a Clay, the noted of his former sell, with Ins advanced 210 to 210 pounds. Ho is beauti(iKO. rosonr-blanc- o llor-nur- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. iasvrA.it l. i.s i nai TOM DILLON. St., ( I s is."-.- , Prop'r, SticiH'.iior lo 11. O ll.iui.iK'', docM,) 1 woman sufl'ragist of Ivoutuukv, in vor.y iiiuoh opposed to tho male clause in tho Hawaiian constitution where tho majority of the inhabitants aro oil' color but she just as vigorously assailed a resolution offered by a "colored lady" demanding that thoro be no ills Unction in color when it comes to riding on the cars. All thin happened in tlio National Woman's Suffrage Convention. lias Inquiry as to charges tiiaile by Con. Miles as to unwholesome, tho army. Tho boot' furnished Court finds that Miles' charges as to embalmed beef aro iiiisuh tuined, that some of tho licof was unwholesome and faults Gen. Miles for not having tho mutter inquired into at the (imo, and severely criticized Con. Hugim, tho Commissary Goneral for unapproved purohuHCH. Tlio findings of the Court is likoiy to drivo Con. Miles from tho army. approved Tun President the verdict of tho Wado Court of contracted rheumatism, simviii, c. He was stiff ami sore, sprung m thu knees, and it was with diltlcuhy that he could be persuaded to move. A few Hays later, in returning from Hick-maI met two liulu. tryiug to drive tlio animal, and as they informed mo, or one of them at loiist, contemplated a trade, and wos trying the uiiiin.il with that object in view. The gipsien Ii.nl told them he was seven years old. Vo Gods! and ho an armv veteran. Wo dissuaded tliem from buying the and thoy at once commenced working their way home, one of them pushing on (lie lines ami tin' o t h o r prodding with a stick. It rained somo tune in fhe evening and we felt sorry for tho ladies, thinking irli.uw thcry liiiil been overtaken in the shower. Wo at onco telephoned and learned (hat they were just entering town, somewhat fatigued with, their elt'ort and very wut from the drenching tlu-- had gotten in the rain, but said they did not mind it iih they were going to have their fortunes told wlieu they took the horso back next day, or as soon as he hud fully recovered from his exertion. Ait.uios. age lie n, fully marked with tho genuine St. Hot nard similes. jfci fii nvrt&m -- Marble and Granite Monuments ?( A j- tegm ' JrjjfSSttKSStS OTJIBIlSrG-- , jfiSr) STONK WORK of all Kinds, NOTICE! gP IKON FI3NOING, &c., &c. a&SSrr- - JUMZCBS3B Tr' -- 5Juatw" Hickman, Ky. 3 w.. Notice is hereby given to all parties or persons performing lixlxff or furnish lug niittorial for tho building or com phition of the hotel now under in llickmiui, Ky., where the IittulmUi hotel stood, that I will not to them for any work don. or nmkri.il furnished on or for s.ud ljuildlng, but thoy must look to the par ty who employs them, or contracts with The Dickson thorn for tho material. IJrick Co., contracted with me to turuish tho labor and material for said build lug and I have paid miliar said contract all that I am to pay until the building is tluished according to the contract And no man need look to me for of either laborer material, except what I mav bo owing under tho contract with said Jiriok Company upon It la probablo that Dowoy will sottluinont witli them. uomo to tho United States in a SKTII OUHLIX. May 4th, ISM). abort tlmo for a visit. Hpeci-mei- i, pay-mo. ? Lcedferd & Regerefr WANT TO SELL YOU UROCERIES. l?i?esliHardware, Hay, Oats, r - Meats, Queens" J .PRICES "TILL PLEA h T I r -- V V't jaiu. '''R' "" 4C I V RECALLS THE PAST. U 1 ,tw l!l ', ii in nn I, lie It's spiingtimc when u mun sitsuu a Are Sacrificed iVhM rivo or the rag carpeted hall of the farm- floor. Oh, if you could, with jcn 1 lie A me I Ion ii I'roiilr Do."Vol ' "lleiii'i oli'iil of I lie Ailiiiliilsti'iilltm II it Ix taclc, ami fall hen he steps on a banaiui house, through which theie came the strong, stout hand, have wrenched tint Dr. Tulmage's Sermon Is Largely breath of new mown hay or the Assimilation." peel.- - L.A. V. Ilulletin. child from the destroyer! You vwnt nml IIcnIIiiIi'. to your room, nnd you said: "God,sive "Dear, ilcar! How did jou come to of buckwheat. Reminiscent my child!" The my child! God, President MoKlnloy wanted the It is reported that Gen. Otlsls-rr- y You muj have In your windows fall in?" asked the old gent. "I didn't he paid Spain :?.'(),-much discouraged to finel a desire on the come to fall In," blubbered the hoy; "! plants nnd flowers brought world seemed going out in darkness n.Oi'U for them. Ills purpose v. as, us part in.' the vnlnutcei soldiers to ls mus- fame to tub." X.O.Tlines-DeiuociiiOrnvva Helpful I,enn from Hip I2- - from neroAS the sens, but not one of You said: "1 can't bear it; ean'tbrai them stirs In your soul so mm h charm it." You felt as if you could not put l.v ll.uself assured the world bj procla- tered out mid sent home. The war with "Marry youl" she e.elalii!eil. "Do licrtenerN mill Vicissitude of to assimilate Spain, for which the volunteers enlisted, you think urn crazy?" "1 don't know and memory as the old Ivy and the yel- the long lashes over the bright eves, mation, benevolently I.lfe Memories of along never to see them again spuvkle. If them. Of course, he could do nothing being over, thej- - know that the further itlKiut that," he replied; "but I will bo low sunflower that stood sentinel Homo. you could have taken that little our i" . W because there is a provision in the retention of them in service to light in n If you don't." Philadelphia .North the garde i. walk and the arms and with It leaped thegr.ivc .institution of the I' tilted .States different war is a violation of their American. nlaviuc hide and seek mid the long Copyright. 1S99, by Louis Klopsch. iisuiust making them or anybodj- - else rights, it Is reported that not five per grass. The father who used to come how gladly you would have done itl Two Artists. !' Is a portrrlt could let your propertj-- go, jmir staves. Hciicvolcnt assimilation in the field and sit cent, of the volunteers are now In the painter! Ho Is painting his wife Just This sermon of Or. Tnhnnge calls the in sunburned from wipe the houses go, your Innd and takes the form of hutchcrj'. A dead Philippines, and they are to lm sent store roll of ninny stirring memories and In- down on the doorsill and I I He "The would haveal t'llipluols u benevolenflj' asslsmlluted home in transports. Gen. Otis asks that now!" Impression last time saw her terprets the meaning of life's vicissi- sweat from his brow may have gone to house go, howgladlj-yogot the she was painting mother who lowed them to depart if you could onlj lilipiuo. li.OOO volunteers be replaced by .'Ki.OOJ tudes. The text Is Psalms xxxi.v, 3: his everlasting rest. The tierseir. - Stniy Stories. There tiro fellow citizens William regulars, thus indicating the increasing "While I was musing the fire burned." used to sit at the door a little bent over, have kept that one treasure! She- - "In tills storj' it refers to empty Hut one dnj there eame up a chill WKinlej- who do not like the situation, burilen. We shall be constantly neeel-InHere is David, the psalmist, with the cap and spectacles on, her face mellowbottlers as men.' That's absurd." many years, blast that swept through the bedroom nnd have no hesltanej- in making their more nnd more men, and the more He "Where' forefinger of his right hand against his ing with the vicissitudes of the absurdity V" She against the uinv have put down her gray head on and Instantly all the lights went out opinion public. We are assured that the wo spread out and slaughter, the great-itemple and the door shut AVrll, dead the epiautlty of troops will be iieees-sar.- bottlrsdo."- - men tell no tales; empty world, engaged in contemplation. And the' pillow In the valley, but forget that uud there was darkness thick, imirkj cabinet lias been seriously considering SjilneyTonniind Country to hold the country we huve sub- lournal. It would be well for us to take the same home you never will. Have you thanked impenetrable, shuddering darkness what in old ltomnn and Imperial dajs down In God for it? Have you rehearsed all It' t God did not leave you there. Menv wis called lese tnajeste, We are dued. If we do not hold with n slicing posture often while wc sit "To try to embrace a young woman, took up the bitter cut, further, that what the president force ilu natives will swarm buck ovet these blessed reminiscences'.' Oh, thank spi.ke. As sweet solitude to contemplate. island off the coast of Nova God for a Christian father! Thank God to put It to jour lips God said: "Let It w ill do w ith citizens vv ho opvosc him is it and thu subjugation will have beet, sniil the Hoston girl, "i a blunt and In a smnll churlish way for u man to slum- hi affor a Christian mother! Thank God for pass." and forthwith, ns by the hand oi i nt yet decided, but it will not be sur- in vain. Scotia I once passed a Sabbath in de The unhappy stor.v that comes tons fection." "Oh, don't know,"nnwered lightful solitude, for I had resolvcil that nn early Christian altar at which you angels, another cup was put into join prising If a warning in the shape of a young man. "1 thought my arm I would have one da- - of entire quiet be- were taught to kneel! Thank God for hands. It wis the cup of God's con message will remind freecrltic.sehnrnc-t- t each tlsy of the details of the tight, the notation. And ns you have sometime that there which result in fatiil'ties, wounded men ihowed It In a roundubout way." iicd as mischief-maker- s fore I entered upon autumnal work. I an early Christian home! bring to mind another passage in lifted the head of a wounded soldier ami is a serious law against treason, which nnd victims of sunstroke, centers at Louisville Dispatch. thought to have spent the day In laying red wine Into his lips, so God pun vull ne enforced if there Is nnv further tention upon the question, whut Is It nil "Are those bells snundlnc an nlarui of work, but inthe history of j our life. The day can out plans for Christian stead of that it became a daj of tender when von set up your own household. IM.i left arm under your head and with attempt to tamper with the meii nt the for? With great hmw vveueeomiillsh Ihf fire?" nsked u stranger in the ellj, who front Free discussion of William reminiscence. reviewed my pastorate; The days parsed along In quiet bless- Ills right hand He pours into your ll result of driving the tint Ives from nn en- was walking along the sheet last Sun-laus the various church iiclls wrrei edness." You tw.dn sat at the table the wine of His comfort and His con use of American millions to trenchment about u rice field, uud toree I shook hands with an old departed friend, whom shall greet again when morning and night and talked over solution, nnd you looked at the empt.v pnnlui.se brown men of the antipodes them to retreat one mile to another en- enlllng together the worshiper. "Yes." win. the reply, "but t ne fire Is in the next the curtains of life are lifted. The clays your plans for the future. The most cradle and looked nt your broken heart uiiil murder them is described as "tam- trenchment, if we have any elctiul of my boj hood came tack, and I was insignirte-.i- t affairs in your life became and you looked nt the Lord's chastise pering with the men at the front." We purpose in eloliig this work It is time to world."- - Ohio .Stat .lournal Steady Company (after u running ten years of age, and I was eight, nnd I the siiImi of mutual consultation and ment, nnd you said: "l'vcti so, Father iniiv feel reasonably sun- - that the pres- state It. If the udminUtrntlou had any vvnsfive. There was but onehruseon ml visor it. You were so happy you for so it seemeth good in Thy sight." ident, sworn us he Is to support the willey to announce, that would npitcul to comment on business succes in Ah, It was first trouble, Hovvilnl "I must say. Mis Florence, that never could be any happier. the island, and yet from Sabbath day- felt y and hoping, us he does, thru the imtriotlom of the votunti'ct, theie break, when the bird chant woke me, One ' y a dark cloud hovered overyour you get over U? God comforted yon he may be tcelected chief magistrate a would be no Humor on their t art to If there .is one thing I imrtleulurly In a tiinu it Is biislmssM enterprise." until the evening melted ino the bay dwelling, and it got darker and darker, You have been a better man ever slm hence, will not be unmindful of come home. Nor would theie Ik hiij' l. of Fiiiuly, from shore to shore there but out of that cloud the shining mes- You hnve been a better womnn ever cirt.iin provisions In the fuiidainentMl illllicultj- In securing plenty of othi r Miss ThcreVjoung were ten thousand memories, nnd the senger of God descended to incarnate since. In the jar of the closing gate m l.'w One is that congress hhnll pass no volunteers to help them If there WMn Kushmuii, for Instance. JIi.'n onlv been heard the dunging t l.ivv abridging the right of free speech; griieml sentiment with voices that had in immortal spirit. Two little feet the sepuleher graves were that thehonorof tl e calling on Ml. Sjwrks two mouth uud long ago ceased. started cut an eternal journej, and you the opening gate of Heaven, and jou mother is u lucid definition of treason, ting wns in any danger. The work in thej 're engaged already.- "- Hlchmoncl Youth is apt too much to spend all its were to lead them, a gem to flash in felt an Irresistible drawing Heaven whi.h shall consist only of levying win- hand iIocm not jmhmii so much like fight Dispatch. time in looking forward. Old age Isnpt Hp.27fn's coronet, and you to polish it. ward. You have been spiritually better npaiust the United States or adhering ing for ones country as sliiugliti nng KIPLING'S POPULARITY. Internal ages of light and darkness ever since that night when the little on to their enemies, giving them aid nml savages without purpose. loo much to spend all its time in look ing backward. IVoplein midlifeand on watchirg the starting out of a newly for the last time put its arms arounil oinfnrt. hicideiitallv', there are other If the president liesltiitos to Intrude the apex look both ways. It would be created creature. You rejoiced nnd you your neck an said: "Good night, papa, provisions which the preside ul must on the prcroguiives of emigre In deal- Ttir I'nin.Mi. W'rllrr's HniiMrUnlilr Meet mo ii regard, lie cannot clap citirens of the I'neull) of AiienllnK (., All well for us. I think, however, to spend trembled at the responsibility that in good night, inatnmn. wliy ing with the Philippine situutl-inI'luaara n Itrntlrra. I nited States who do not more time in reminiscence Uy the con- your possession nn immortnl treasure Heaven." ngitc with not fence t'onrt- to take up at oiue Nut must come to your latest or 'uni in Fort l.nfnyeltc or stitution of our nature we spend most wa placed. You prayed nnd rejoiced anj othr the task and take some measures to end It has gi'tietnllv suggested thnt of the time looking forward. And the and wept and wondered. You were ear- row. What was it? Pcrhans it wn- 'tronghold of the Tutted States, but he the sickening slaughter in the cleuillv the worklnginan' of people live not so much nest in your supplication that you sickness. The child's tread on thestan ntui proceed, unless he shall sutqii-iii- l ast majority Kin. tropics? Our men are sweltering in a Hug Is ilue to the enthusiasm in the present as in the future. I find might lead it through life into the or the tick of the watch on the Main the writ of babt'iu corpus, in due ac- deadly climate, omniscience of this lighting a wild and writer of 31 years; thnt the soldier that you mean to make n reputation, kingdom of God. There was a tremor disturbed you. Through the Ion. cordance with law. ,o conviction for foe. producing petioe nnd order him for his knowledge of a solcounted the flgnrcr ' treason can tie had unless on ttie testiyou mean to establish yourself, aud the in your earnest. There was a weary days advantages that jou expect to achieve double interestabout that home. There the carpet or the flowers in the wall p. mony of two wituesios of the wiine only by producing lcolalioti. Out dier's work, pleasure and woe; that Ions? have nnd still the the railroad absorb a great deal of your time. Uuf was an additional interest why you per. Oh. the weariness of exhaustion overt act, and it will hardly be eon-- t cry niaii sweats by liIm.ccHUc is lor more men to goon with the lir understands so l 1 .see no harm in this, if it does not make how an f ugine should stay there r.n-- be faithful, and Oli, the burning pangs! Would God iu.d that a declaration that it wimn work of devastation and desolation. Is built; -you discontented with the present or when in a few months your house was were i:rn ing, would God It were night that the sailor and thelUhrr-ninn- , lonstroiu mistake to tvnj-- j:'o,(HM),(s'xi The Mdntinittrstioii limdnte. to innl.e disqualify you for existing duties. It filled with the music of your child's was jour frequent crj Hut you ar frr l'l.miO.oOO of people the public schoolboy, Ihe for reguiarn to take the place of is a useful thing sometimes to look laughter you were struck through with bettrr. or perhaps even well. Haveyot targets Is n treasonable nndutf them for the ihe mechanic, tine! "the act. volunteer who must lw returned. Tho can con In his iMTfe-c- t aciinliitnii.i x ltl back and to see the dangers we have es- the fact that you had a stupendous mis- than!.!-- God that (.iticlsm of President McKlnley is lack of enthusiasm In the out i.i the fresh nir; that j'ou arc i caped and to sec the sorrows wc have sion. their life. No doubt this clinches the place to hear God's name nnd t nil treiimn. It U not even u statutorj there niHkc the president! henitute to charm, but certainly a bros ler prinbuffered and the trials and wanderings Have you kept that vow? Have you iTVnc for while nt common Inw it is cull even for 35,000 men. Is hU own of our earthly pilgrimage nnd to sum neglected any of these duties? Is your sing God's praise nnd to implore God ciple underlie the popularily whlrh .in offense to libel the government faith In the righteousness and glor.v ol the Miet up our enjoyments. 1 mean, so far honip as much to you as it used to be? help nnd to ask God's forgiveness systems hnve ignored this this war wavering? If so, why not let masses. mid flctiouUt has won with the l'.le.ss the Lord who healeth nil ourdi mny help me, to stir up your memThis Is that he apiHfil to the Have those anticipations been gratIslou as Inconsistent with the congress confront the problem nt once ory of the past, so that in the review you ified? God help you In your solemn eases and redeemeth our lives from de emotional side of his readers as wel n free institutions. .Mr..McKln-le- y and swtle It? may be encouraged and humbled nnd reminiscence, and let His mercy fall struction. to the Intellectual. is shrewder than John Adams, who There nre 10.000.0W1 natives and thouPerhaps your last sorrow vvnsn finiui urged to pray. A mnu like Matthew Arnold, be ho upon your soul, if your kindness lias of territory In the never so great, find himself, perhaps Billon- IITII1 111 l - CI! H' l sand of square lull congratuln"li '"V" uul There is a chapel In Florence with n been ill requited. God have mercy on clal embarrassment. i lugistrncry. The Initial triumph of do- - Philippine. We hnv i only succeeded ill with some approval, cut ntT fresco by Guido. It was covered up with the parent on the wrinkles of whose xnuii of vnil nn vnnr lnnrntlw. nrfMV, from nil but irocrnej in cue irpiiiinc grevvciui oi me killing nlxitit 0,000 or 8,000 thus fur, and those lender In whom there I some inches of stucco until our American face is written the story of a child's slon or occupation, on ornate apiar-iitvranuous nbsunlitj- - of the federals of sulAluiiig a strip about ? mites from unusual degree of Intellectual training and European artists went there, and sin. God hnve mercy on the mother on n commodious residence- put hands on sreras t lohn Adams' time, who insisted upon Manila. Are we to keep on with the nnd refinement. Kipling masters siub after long toil removed the covering and who, in addition to her other pangs, thing retraced the fresco. And I am aware has the pang of a child's iniquity. Oh. turn to gold. Hut there nre others of the passage ami the rigorous enforce task in this wav. or shall it be done In reeulers, too, with his magnificent alien uud ment that the memory of the past, with many there are many, mnnj sad souiidb in this you who aie like the ship on vihlel since of drastichas not sedition laws, another way. Are- we to impress the of phrum and healthful vigor, when it been popular to wild nii'l ignorant of the benevolence of nnd with his sntS of you, is all covered up with obliteraf.-- . sad world, but the suddest sound that Paul sailed where two teas met friends Ainerii an freedom in tills blisxly man- ultj- proceed to oaptutr the rest of tions, and I now propose, so far as the is ever heard Is the breaking of a moth- jou arc broken by the violence of the talk as President McKinlej-'the j re now talking. If the administration ner, oi is there miuic other way that the world that know better how to feel Hv- - an unadvised indorsement waves. Ixird may help me, to titkn away the er's heart! should assume that the citizen of the vhite man's burden can b" performed' bj- - a conjunction of unfomcrt covering, that the old picture may shine I find another point in your life his or than to think. Doubtless, too, his I' tic a Obserier. out again. I want to bind in one sheaf tory, lou found one day you were events, or bj-- fire or storm, or a one lulled States who will not dumbly us. early riiecrss as a topulnr auall your past advantages, and I want to in the wrong road; you could not sleep less panic, you have been tlung head tent to all thnt is going forward hi the thor I due very largely to his eholie of DEMOCRATIC ISSUES. Philippines j'nill lie subject to harsh bind in another sheaf all your past ad- at night; there was just one word that long, and where j'ou once dispcnH-subjects; to the vigorous launching of is a precious harvest, and seemed to sob through jour banking great charities you now have lurd treatment there will be such benevoversities. It hi genius into the tuple of the hour, .11 Tin- llr'Mitilli-iuArr MnLInu I must be cautious how I swing the house or through jour oilice or jour work to win jour daily bread, Ilsrt lent assimilation of the McKlnley adthe present problem of the nation. for 'Mir in you forgotten to thank God forvn ministration next year as will destro.v scythe. shop or bedroom, nnd that word Thus a good a tmein a The White IM. It. McKlnley will be spared further Among the greatest advantages of was "eternity." You said: "I'm not days of prosperity and thnt thro' Mini's Harden" might easily have bee.i trials some of jou have madr in- worrj- - alwiut expansion and imperial-Ism- . your past life were an early home and ready for it. Oh, God have mercy !"Thc Dcmocracj stands for the rights of unnoticed by the world at large had it For him the rainy season will set its surroundings. The bad men of the Lord heard. Peace came to heart. vestments which will continue after hf elemocrntlc party none of the tremendous public interest the day, for the most part, dip their heated In the breath of the hill and in the last bank of thix world has expire In with a vengeance, nml instead of din- need people, and the an issue for the which has brought utleruuee into tlt not worrj about passions out of the boiling spring of waterfall's dash you heard the voice and the silver and gold nre molten m ing with comfort tixn such a miracumouths of millions of Americans. of an unhappy home. We are not sur- of God's love; the clouds and the trees the llresof a burning world? Havevmi lous draft of fishes as fell to him in enmpaignwill lt00. line Mr. Kipling ha in hi poetic be plenty of issues to be There l.VJii, he will be doomed to a diet of thnt prised to find that Byron's heart was a hailed with gladness; you came amid all your losses and discourage work an advantage and a danger analomakconcentration of sin when wc hear his into the house of God. You remember ments, forgot that there was bread ot embalmed beef which he permitted to dusetissed nml the .republicans nre gous to those which are before the mother was abandoned and that she how your hand trembled ns jou took up your tnble this morning and that time be fed to the soldiery, who no longer ing material evirj-el.ijWhile Kichard Crokcr is not a safe lesser singers of stage topical songs. A made sport of bis infirmity and often the cup of the communion. You remcni-be- r shall be a shelter for jour head fmm relish the task Melsinlej sets for them guide and cannot be depended on to jiatpithlc hit is certain to fetch the called him "the lame brat." He who the old minister who consecrated it, the storm, and there is air for juar In nn nrchlpulngo eif the distant seas. whole house; on the htiiid, the lungs and blood for your heart McKinlej-'advisers tuny make up watch carefully over the Interests of populace Uexpeellliga other has vicious parents lins to fight every and you remember the church officials hit every lime, t heir minds that the American citizen i.s the masses, he Is u shievvd politician inch of his way if lie would maintain who carried it through the aisle; you light for your eye and n glad and c' and few performer can invariably his integrity aud at last reach the home remember the old people who at the rious aud triumphant religion for vm bound to nv.ill himself in miglitj vol- and he sees plainly that one of the meet its demand. Mr. Kipling seems In viilenec ume of his fundamental privilege of great issues which will be of the good in Heaven. Perhaps your close of the service took your hand in soul? concerning the to be such an inev (table sort of a fellovt Perhaps your last trouble was n free- speech before the major's work of during liHXi is that early home was in a city. It may have theirs in congratulating sympathy, as that one Is surprised even to hear that trusts. rcavement. That heart which in elul.! "benevolent usslinillntion" of the been when Pennsylvania avenue, Wash- much as to saj ; "Welcome home, yon he ever vvriteN thing over twice before It is true that Cmkcr and his organirilie kind is fully consumington, was residential, as now it is lost prodigal," and, though those hands hood was your refuge, the parent t giving them to us. Hut he assurus thn be all withered away, that communion heart, and which has been a source of mated in the Philippines. Chicago zation nre not authorized to speak for rare commercial, nnd Canal street, and happy Interviewer that most inthe democratic party, but Crokcr was far up town. That old house .Sabbath is resurrected It is the quickest sympathy ever since. iu Chronicle. sists that his opinions respecting the of what he write goes into the waste ' in the city may have been demolished resurrected with nil its prayers and suddenly become! silent forever il POINTED PARAGRAPHS. issues of nest year nre shared at Hist basket, llevlevv of Kcvicws. or changed Into stores, ni d it seemed songs and tears and sermons and trans- now feomctirnes, whenever in suddi-- ,h bj the elemoerats of New- York, ( like sacrilege to you. for there was figuration. Have kept those vows? noynnce and without deliberation vli A llrllUli C'rtiltrr's ,nrruvv i:cnir. Mr. Quay was not convicted, hut lent mid New .lersej-- . and thej- repHave you been a backslider? God help say: "I will go and tell mother," more meaning in that small house than Her majesty's ship I'clipsc narrow l enough to some ngl.v mut- resent u vote which, in his opinion, the flashes on you: "I have c. he was close you. This day kneel at the foot of there is in n granite mansion or a escaped the experience of the Ainerleau - Cincinif they are godemocracy must cathedral. Looking back, you see inercj- - and start again for Heaven. mother." Or the father, with voice le ters to get pitch on his Aligns.ing to win thn mwt campaign. And in cruiser Maine during her str.y at I'.oin nati Commercial Tribune (,1'ep.). it as though it were yesterday the Start now as you started then. I rouse tender, but ivith heart as loving, vvnti bay recently. ful of all your ways, exultant nvrt sitting-room- , points wherein Croker's opinions oillccrs were It appears that while tlir where the loved one sat joi.r soul by that reminiscence. It Is thought if Alger's desk and t at dliiuer In the wardrooir . Hut I must not spend any more of your success without saying nl were removed he would take the ngree with those of democrats general-l- an explosion by the plain lamp light, the mother ehnlr occurred beneath them, though the old people do talk it ovu hint, but he wouldn't. He would think his advice may be taken as that of an at the evening stand, the brothers and my time in going over the advantages followed by sounds of numerous slightexpert In political manipulation. sisters, perhaps long ago gathered into of your life. 1 Just put them in one by themselves, his trembling hand oi it was n joke. Kansas City Tribune. er concussions. The sounds were lo lleforc leaving New York for I'urope, cntcd in the the skies, then plotting mischief on great sheaf, and I call them up in your that staff which jou now keep as Quay escapes the penitentiary by shellroom of the family relic, his memory embalmed h pleading the statute of limitations. Crokcr declared that the memory with one loud harvest song, the floor or under the table, your er gun. Tills was ut oner with a firm voice commanding a such us the reapers slug. Praise the grateful hearts is taken away fur That is thu sort of vindication the issue, if it lie taken up by the demoHooded, aud after pumping out the in ever. Or there was j our companion in Lord, jc blood bought immortals on silence that lasted half a minute. can best cratic party, will in nil probability be spectlon showed that Pennsylvania thimble-rigge- r three found a successful campaign issue, mid Oh, those were good days! If you earth! Praise the Lord, ye crowned life, sharer of your jojs and sorrow, appreciate. Louisville shells from the top tier had exploded, taken, leaving the heart an old rum he Is convinced that if Col. Hrvan Inalspirits of Heaven! had jour foot hurt, jour mother the fragments being scattered all ove Hut some of you have not nlvvaj-- had where the ill winds blow over a wild vvil ways had a soothing salve to heal it. It Is predicted that the wheat sists that the democratic purtj' ex- the room, you were wronged in the street, your a smooth life. Some of you are now in derncss of desolation, the sands of tin crop will be 100,000,0(10 bushels short presses itself against expansion, lie will clone to thethough little damage was If room father was always ready to protect the shndow. Others had their troubles desert driving across the place which thht year. Mark Hniinn lias been too receive tjie support of less than 20 per shells. These shellsfittings nor to othei nre of highly c you. i lie year was one round or iroiic years ago. ion are a mere wreck of once bloomed like the garden of (.ml busily engaged in looking for u run- cent, of the votes of the I'nited Stnto.s. plosive character, but no others showed As to theantl-lriis- t iyirtit. Your greatest trouble was what you once were. I must gather up And Abraham mourns for Sarah nt tin ning mate tor his Canton thoroughbred matter, Crokcr is signs or and on April shower, more sunshine than the sorrows of past life. Hut how cave of Maehpelah. As you were men to give needed attention to his prosper- undoubtedly eon ret. but it Is too e'urly urd'ren, Injury. A court of inquiry vvn hut no Information beyond in the day to talk Intelligently about shower. The heart had not been ran- shall I do it? You say that Is impossi- ing nlong your path In life, euddcnlv ity' tidal uve. Denver Post. '.hat already known was elicited, the right before jou, was an open grave expansion. sacked by trouble, nor had sickness ble, as you have had so many troubles only explanation of the mystery being Your Uncle Matt Quay Is a mun I'lidoubtedly a majority of the people i theory of broken it, and no lamb had a warmer nnd adversities. Then I will just take People looked down, and thej saw it As the Illclunond looks ahead. spontaneous Vcplosion. In Mils country aro in favor of mainhome in which your two tins first trouble and the last was only u few feet deep and a few feet who shecpfold than the Advocate of India (ilombav). wide, but to jou it was a cavern, down Times remarks: "Quay seems to be taining tlu dignity of the Fniteil trouble. As when you are walking childhood nestled. States one ol the contesting Perhaps you were brought up In the along the street and there has been which went all your hopes and all jour about the onlywas thoughtful enough in the Philippines. There are few peoj A ('nl Slur)-- . expectations. cheei up, in tin senators that music in the distance you unconsciousin memcountry. You stand now ple who advocate a surrender to Aguin-alibi, me ii in tell a cat .story. A name of the Lord Jc r.ux Christ, the Com to provide himself with a governor in ory under the old tree. You clubbed it ly find yourselves keeping step to the nnd ns to the final disposition of 'omlly cat became (N. Y.) Leader. the proud mother ol the- Islands, there Is room for fruit that was not quite ripe, be- music, so, when you started life, your forter. He is not going to forsake you udvnnee." Hiiighanilon to for a i,At ii'ter, ami inn thoughtless mothis twaddle Did tin- I oid take that child out of Let us have an end en use you couldn't wait any longer. You verj- life was a musical timu beat. The Chicago Democrat. ment the whole litter war. ordered and nil hear the brook rumbling along over air was full of joy and hilarity. With jour ni ins? Why. He is going to shel ii bout "lienevolcut assimilation" nobody The old cat's condition soon Publlesentimi'iit against the Phil- You btcp again into the the bright clear oar you made t lie boat tcr it better than jou could. He the rest of that rot. It deceives pebbles. the becoming uncomfortable, by t lie preBc. going to array It in a white robe ami Wc are dimply conqueilng b.ODO.OOO, ippine war has of lute notably furrow where your father in his shirt skip, You went on. and life grew hi volume nnd emphasis. This 'ire of the milk, she secured relk-- by sleeves shouted to the lazy oxen. You brighter, until after awhile suddenly n palm bianch and have it all readv to mora or less, of mightily mixed oriengreet. von atyour coming home. Illcsscil tals, for what we think can be made oil' was due to the fart that the people be- cornering a cut, surviving Heaven said: "Unit!" and frighten the swallows from the raft- voice a ers of the barn nnd take just one egg quick as tho sunshine you halted, you the broken heart that .Icsus heals' ut them and their country. We may, gan to rcnllz.tt to its fullest extent the member ofthe former litter, u..d making him place of the late fundi and silence your conscience by baying grew pale, you confronted your first Hlessed th. iiiiortunate cry thnt .lesu after we get done killing, looting, burn- menace of the situation. It wns felt The take substitute did not do his work wilV ecnpashlciatss!'.' Hlessed the weeping ing nnd laying1 waste in general, try that the war was one of conquest, utthey will not miss it. You take n drink sorrow. You had no idea that the Hush ingly uud vvus frequently cuffed ..ito again out of the very bucket that the on your child's cheek was nn unhealthy eye from whi:l the soft hnnd of Jesus to bring the Tagalsand the others up in terly nt variance with American nnd principles nml demanding yroper sense of his maternal ohllu wuy they ought to go, but that will well fetched up. You go for the flush. You said It cannot bo anything wipes avw.y the tear! old the Did tin. old cat show i ensoul t -cows at night nnd find them pushing serious. Death lp slippered feet walked be done to gratify our own prldo and in Ihe sacrifice of American blood for purA faat rn in easily nini through hi) miner. the hopo that It will help toward lining poses radically In their power or only Ii.ctluct? I'oniil ard heads through the bars. Oft times round about the cradle. You did not lliclr L. A. W. Ilulletin. St l cam, mr ovvu pockets. Chattanooga Times. tender ties St. Louis. Itcuublic. 1 1 1 Hut after awhile tin In the dusty ami busy street you wish hear the tread. j ou were home ngala on the cool grass truth flashed on you. You walked tl bios-koiii SPIiECII NOT TREASON. A POLICY IS NEEDED. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. vv ii 1 t. I forget-me-not- s 1 She--"!!- ct-ti- .'t u g - 'de-a- v d, 1,1 - 1 1 1 i 1 j's y 1 1 1 ti gen-ora- l) i ud-irl- vi-u- - Floreui'e--".Soilo- - -- 1 , - 1 - ii j fr - n i vve-.l- i to-dn- y u iqK-mtloi- od - 1 III- l eii-rj- u cer-tnlnt- j- - s - bnl-tl'iutl- y o l'rr n- s i I - Krag-Jorgcnso- ii New-York- , to-dn- u - on-ne- - tur-rete- d see-ut- e I lie-s- iiiiic-L- y i fu-th- er anti-tru- st quick-firin- g Coiirier-.lour-nu- l. s vv to-da- y 't i, -- - futitrede-velopnien- t. - i f half-grow- f'-o- n fra-ditio- ns .' Sf V. ''. r f AGAJNST EXPANSION. c X Economic Reasons for Discontinu-nncof War. I.ntirnii'it l.nuuhllii TnlLs lri. in.J.n Hie JMiilliiiititp Miuutlini I nl ( lilt'iiKo .nll.i:ifii- kliill Mi'i'llllic. I'reif. .1. Lchi-- n nee I.niif-lilin- , jimfwthor of pollticnl rcmioiiiy, who wild: "I liavii isrent for those who dlf. fir from us muf who Mlevu thnt war mJ cxparwlon urr jum unit wlse. Hut bm they luivti it rlKht to thrlr opinions, m w have to our, nnel Itt ttx calmly kIv tit- r omul for our liellvf. knonliiitthnt tin- fullness ami thti Ainrr-- J tin pmple will elecide: correctly between us, ur rot now rutin ror.I with the rle'.t or wmnir of the "rlulmil war with Hiut Tliut Ik ;int and Kmi' We hip n t horo to dleitsi thlntr which cannot v rliatiKul. There In hcr no need of i rtl atKit huw wc mm by the l'lilllp. V nni Mure- Sine a fact It In ulmi n fact thut nn In (MliA-li- Ut, llmrk Unit, r am not distributing liberty to Culmn Hh ratfeMltlnit Run Why the-ii- Many pniniliii'iit i rut, nuutui; On tlie iiftcruouii of Siiiulny, April Ontrul MiinId hull, tlik'iij,'i,u.inllu of u tiirutiltiiouit ilv initiation ii(,'iiliiht tin i'lntlng Mute of iiiriilrn In the I'lilllppuie inluiiilmiiiil the iwille-yei- f tin; luliuiiilHtrntlon whiting thiTetei. 81, KpvnKtTH were prrn "e to-d- ay Totnmnliit I.'Oierture with nwy btfore the which fit rr of llaytl? Will not tlii dny comey wlirn AKUinaldo may tlnlm n nlchnln nloiiKnldp lOvrtun na th" cf hl country? lot-tallume-lteIiIk-tw- one him liliuulrritl Hurr, th uwli-iexpiation by thoii,iiid of Innocrnt live und thr roiiwiiiicnt sorrow und loneliness In thousand of home ' llv.. r jrnno to war only after nil the art of diplomacy am! No, m have k'onet to war Ilrst, OfHiiUInt; tlif art of stiitismnnshlp That I why we demand thot war should n until ivery of pme'e-fu- l hnll Im trle-eniid tried In nln rn thwo with upllftid rltlb, sayliiK. 'in bou;lit )on, ou to u will subjuKiite oii,' iiutrltiht or the-And Mien did Jut whnt our forrfathrr it Id at l.txlncton n ml Concord we rwnt more troops and killed more na lives to catlrfy our the world Mow llkf a rowurd (in J a bully btfoif n helpless child' Ilarwe foivottrn IN- - nttriiipt of N'aolron 1 to conquer hi-n, ti w iloltiK It III tin- - rhllliilnHf Hemic in" wko-tlatlo- l Ix-li- Hur-nnd- rr e Trnili "They In Atuiifprcl. - tay In the order to clualn market for our to jrlve u u l"- forourtrnd-- ' iuhmI and China and the at Nay, one exinn-iv- t Wv mtut nxpand our naturr a If It ctt 1"WJ trade l.4. lveM Therr uu hae mirclUoi commr ulleni run ilit. I it riath true that merlin ha leo.--i a ullw ttntUtlrnl tnachllif to nke i.rt)ftt y tradi" llrnr w f (Uiitail n no howtl Hate we notliltir: hfi of flitht. of )utH. of honor Ale We rad) to mil K Hi Angl'i-Haxollve n an indefensible war of conquest of txiltaistT Oiireil be the for a ine i1y when that call le ubl of ua' Now. could kIm tmde And i.rollt ty vin If hiioIi dlriornr. thete are not wont enouiih the ubhor-riliIn O'tr vocablliiry to extm-ewe huld feil at uch linmoiHllty It-Urn to.hMrfOie, voleji - ef men of lotfii- in jironwt chara"tT rlnc !elte twrtlpy return for kKlni.l MHh JMwt tf It hou! .ruve thnt In k jollcy of camiutat inatea I cf hunmi'liy. d ulatlon lnntiad of of woull be nw lul iui:uttattoii upeAk (' protltH of trade to other of trade tlwt wv iHlvht cot w olrialned without thin tiHirmiw rot of linnrj and life, then the men who havt br. iiKht u Into lbl him euitht to be thru n und dltuppiar led b) puLlte from Ubilt life liii'rrn.i' IteKln nl II tunc "If we wMh to InrfiNtue cur trade with the l'Mllpplnr or any other nation we inUnt look within not without Our ublll-I- ) to rell Ih omiHttlKm with otberx nnn the rlehne of ur natural rrkourroii, lh eklit and titlclemy uf our -, InlKtrerthe cfcunUaiMi of our Indtin. till, the Invention and uc or macniner. and It,y rim of tranortiitlon by luiid. u knowledge- tf fjrtlitn market and ailaptiiblllty to th outtonu und prejudice Vh hae the Unite I 8lata of ourbuyirn rrofiitly taken Out lead of tli" world In lln'iiu? of the tl.o Iron mid teel trade of otirort", the abundance and cheapne ' which It I loade I wonderful inachtniry thi urfnt inpnclty Intd and out of on ourlnki. nuppllm if new trannport of Knml coal, the new incthud of coklnK ly which the unoke U conruintd. iiroiluc tlcn In larRe mmntlllt. skillful labor. low cot of train inaraminifnt-anIKirtatlon Th rnnn w hy the brldKe o er thi Allwra In KiOPt for Ocn. Kitchener waa uwardij to an American ilrm wan lxaui the above ndantnKi allowed ut to build It chtaM-- r und mote ijulckly than th but rirmo of (Ireat llrltaln II inakiH no dltTerince to our trade, who own the Nile If we can build the tx-- brldn nt the lowiit cost ull u wo mum 1'Ml-lllln- in nn 1, n a ct 1 einnJ ifdf npficnl-whl- ch tlll ho followrd by s shout of npptovnl from the American eleequality In treatment of nil ctoratefor both rich and poor, nnd for Justlco to th. wiak, whether white or brown. "I havn ahowti thnt w would have no mom trado by ownlnff tho Island thnn wl would hnvo without them, slnco our In fori'lKti mnrkctHdipcnds upon home condlllons, that the only cominmlnl Kln by toiiquest ko to tho.few at the expense of thn nnd the taxpayer; and that If wo could buy more trado at thu cxpeno of human life It would be Immoral. "They till tin thnt wo must ko on with the vnr until tho Filipinos are thoroughly suujiiirnted. It Ih lis If u ureal bully should bj allowed to ko on biatliiK n child until the Ictlm I helpless. No, I sny, stny thn blows of war until wnknow Hint right nlmi th Mow. Von know, ever one knows, that If wu yern to say to tho Tlllplnos thnt our llni; I there na a symbol of protection, thnt we are there solely to Insure to them a free and Independent government wr would Instnntlv: not another life would lie sacrificed. Hut what It really meant when It Is s.lld thnt tho war must co on until the natlvia are crushed, Is this: We Insist ujion nasuinlni; thnt we have a rlKht, If wo phase, to Kovem the Philippines In our wny, iiKnlnst thMr will; thnt we will innku them acknowledge thnt by forci, hence ko on with the wnr to show thnt we are hi and stroiiR enoiiKh to force them to be Kovcrncd itKalnst tlnlr lotiKlnR for friedoni nnd Independence. Kurthr war I unnecessary except on tho assumption thnt we have no Intuition IokIvu them nn Independent kov eminent. "Approach the problem any wny you mny, It ever harks Iwick to n question whether tt I our policy to subJuRiite or to fri thu Islanders. Wo are optKised to all furtlur war because we nre opposed to the luhjiiitntlon of the people under n for-elyoke; we propose a ctssntlon of tlatlKhtrr, because we believe thnt tho Filipinos 'nro nnd of rip lit ouirht to be frt-and Independent' under ii proti ctlnn by the 1'nltid Htnte which will save thm from forelitn nKcrrsslon. "They tell us there U nothing now to lx done Is It nothing to chain;" wtlr to lience? Is It nothlni; to stay the horrible slnuKhter of natives? Is It nolhlnir to stop tho operation by which our hrnvr fellnv cltlzrns nre killed by bullets and b tqunl-lihndly dlsiase The assumption thnt the war I Inevitable Is gratuitous. If wc have not promised the natives n free and Indi'iH-nden- t government try that nt once. That Is the crux of the whole matter Ho, when they tell us there) Is nothing now to bo done, I say the principal thing remains to lx done to usiuro the Plllplno n to the policy of the I'nlted Htnte In ngnrd to thilr liberty. Whin Hvrku waa thundering In the commons for the held of the rolonlea King (lee-rgthat nothing could be done until l'ie American colonist were suLdued. I!d King Ceo rue granted us local self-geminent there would have bem no war of the revolution Thf re was n great deal Hint King Oeorge might hnve (lone that he did not do. Indent, there la n great deal for the I'nlted Htnles to do, now and ut once. In the Philippines. unlcM we wish to repeat the obstinacy of the hoifse of Hanover. They HI) Un we are disloyal If we do not aurie with any nnd vcf? iollcy of conquest whKh may le arrai.gtd for us by the government, that wo should not of a hod altuntlon, Increase the dlttK-ultltli.it we sl.ould not shake thn arm of the man when he Is Inking aim If n loyal soldlir saw a column of our army deWIng down by mistake Into the road which led to dlsasttr would h l mor orhf.ahnl If he In Id his iar-- and utters no word If 1 suw my brother In an of warning access of imsslon striking a child should I hold his nrm lo prevent the luavy blow which ininnt horrible and Irremediable 1 show more or lis love murder! Would and lojalty to him by withholding my my prevrnllng arm? I It dUtoyal to kep our nation In tho th ut hotter? We, wl, Iov cur rtimito' meitt ItHg ihall tie unstained. wish most that Its "The presliUnt of the t'nlted Ptnti sue-ocss lip an HOW HE LOST HER. II Struck Out unil She Onto Iter. aelf to the Vein n it Mnn Who Didn't l'lnj llnll. hsl rno y Tho elcbilitntlng drains and discharges which weaken so many women are caused by Catarrh of tho distinctly feminine organs. Tho sufferer may call her trouble Lcuchorrhoca, or Wcakncss.or Fcmalo Discaseor some other name, but the real trouble is catarrh cf toe female organs nnd nothing else. radically and permanently cures this and nil othet formsof Catarrh. It is a positive specific for female troubles caused by catarrh of the delicate lining of the organs peculiar to women. It always cures if used persistently. It is prompt and certain. Pe-m-- A bright flush ovirpread the face of the young girl In the pink shirt waist, who rat in the grand stand, as the stalwart jouna man who had plnied in the field in the. lint KBlf of the inning stepped lo the plate, bat in hand "Three base P?1' .!d manI" hit!" "flood bovt" "Home run!" "Hit it dc tion'i" in it good an' hardl" sung out the cranks. The i"jlwait voting man carelessly lifted his cap, replaced it, giaptd his hat with a firmer hold, moved it in graiiful circles over his shouidir, at Ink the pitcher was doing the pre.iin, nary mjfteri&iH juggling with the ball that marks the high'tnutd player, nnd ai tl.e leather sphere it is the correct foim lo tall it a leather sphcic came tovyatel inm hke a rifle shot he mv unguis bat. "Ah groaned the itowd. Hcliad fanned the air. This titrate is alto the correct form. Aga ii the high jinced pitcher juggled the ball mutinously, again it came like a rifle ihot, again the joung man at the plate swung r, hat And ogam the crowd groaned: "Ah1 ' The high priced catther rolled the ball carclen.v down to third, put on his mask. came e oe behind the li.it, tptead his high-- . priced legs aiutt, placid his hands on his knees, Icat.id forward, and made nn im- perce ptihle signal to the pitcher. ' '"t irow'l held its breath. Which is nlso the correct thing to do nt a critical moment like this. Like a shot the ball sped toward the plate. With a mighty lunge the young athlete UMtllf III. Im, n .1.....I .... '!ln"l,y "V to smile and be agreeable to customers while dragged down with some feminine weakness. Backaches nnd headaches count for little. They must keep going or lose their place. To these Mrs. Pinkham's help is offered. A letter to her nt Lynn, Mass., will bring her advice free of all charge. Miss Nancih Shobe, Florence, Col., writes a letter to Mrs. Pink-hafrom which we quote : "I had been in poor health for some time, my troubles having been brought on by standing, so my physician said, causing serious womb trouble. I had to give up my work. I was just a bundle of nerves and would have fainting spells at monthly periods. I doctored and took various medicines, but got no relief, and when I wrote to you I could not walk more than four blocks at a time. I followed your advice, taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Blood Purifier in connection with the Vegetable Compound and began to gain in strength from the first. I am getting to be a stranger to pain and 1 owe it all to your medicine. There is none equal to it, m SALESWOMEN on their feet whether well or ill. Compelled understand what torture la. 'U 1 I WOMEN 'V WHO EARN THEIR UVINQ Hi sJvTTEiBU4-Wtt- 1 t. high-price- for I have tried many others before using yours. Words cannot be said too strong in praise of it." Miss Polly t ( Fkame, Meade, Kan., writes: It trroteonly the air. Another ernin liui.f fmm elm ... .1 lie had not only struck out, but put the ude out "Mr Spoonamore," said the young woman in tbc limit shirt waist, turning with pale cheek and flashing ejes to the pimplv-facejoungmtn who sat by her side. "1 Faid'no' to yon the other day. 1 say v ts now. I will marry jou whenever you like!" Chicago I'nbuae. d I I SAVED THE SECRET. H con-dilati- Hood vt Inked III Trusting; Wlfey Hut nt Wlmt ii Tearful Cost lo Himself. He had been out late. When lie reached his temietice the chiirth clock waselnmme live. Heavy, weary, diKUtcd, he opened the front door with Fometiifliiulty, ami soft iv tolled up the stuirs, entiling the Ltd He la Learning oir. Agtnt The Harlow s haven't aikcd for a cent worth of npaira this spring. What do you think of that? Landlord I'm not surprised. Harlow got a hou'e through a trade a fewweeksnonnd is so I uf idling the wants of a tenant of his own that he has forgotten about bothering ui. i.uieago Lvemtig ..Newt. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I feel it my duty to write you in regard to i what your medicine has done for me. I cannot praise it enoutrh. Since mv rrirlhood f. had been troubled with ir regular ana paint ul periods and for nearly five years had suffered with falling of the womb, and whites. Also had ovarian trouble, the left ovary being so swollen and sore that I could not move without pain. Now, thanks to your wonderful medicine, that tired feeling is all gone, and I am healthy and strong." VVi afcMI " .i ii Chlnn'a ! o' e ol. There is an ancient and dreadful ivvord in China. It L'lves to the man who happens to bold it the power to cut off the head of any I . i f.. -- r i.U uc utie i wuiioui uuiiKcr ut iuunu- iwt ....i ment All people lle from this sword as chamber with llabotate caution. fearfully n ttntnaih ills flie before theap-- p Thank cootlncrs, she was asleep! roach of llotettcr's Stomach Hitters. He dropped into a chair, and, without takitiK oil iu coat or hat, bcp.in to remove This famous rtmed cures all forms of stom-d- i troubles, Uginning with constipation his shoes. One he plated with Rieat care or kidney diwe. It u)ii the floor, but, ulns! as he took off the and ending with liverdrug will U- - found in all storis and it alother it slipped out of hi hand and fill ways turei. with a. loud noire. "Wifey" awoke on the instant. She looked at him and then at the sum- I A Mlsnt. mer ruuhght that streamed through the The young man who prefers to owe a tailor ' rather than to wear a suit which has been blinds. "Why, George, what are ou grtting up taken from the tounters of a clothing store, mi cin lor' ta)t tlut he never cared for a counter fit Talk about reprieve ! anyway. Hoston Advertiser. "Why, my dear," replied Cieorce. with the t'learett enunciation of which he wa Cnred Denfneis Cn "I found 1 couldn t sleep, so I Ly local appluattons, nil lit lie cannot reach thought I'd get up and go out and take a the dixcascd iiortion as they ear. There is of the walk." nly one way to cure deafness, and that it up-ablc- , I'onrrful hviord. i3000D5aCiOOtauC3S'3diO-5,CSa9ai"FOOL'S HASTE IS NAE SPEED.'1 DON'T HURRY THE WORK UNLESS YOU USE i SAPOLIO eethinA; much time you lose dipping n pen into the ink! Tin dips a minute means GOO dips an hour, or 0,001) dips in ten hours, und each din consumes JlusincM Man Yes, I know; I have worked it a'l out. "And et I lind joa still writing in the old way J" "Yes, I am using the fountain pen you sold me nbout a month apo using it in the old way btcaue it won't w rite any other wa v. ' ''Hep pardon; I'm in the wrong ofli'ce. Good day." Pearson's Weekly. vo mii-de-(- .u p.-a- thc he txnljn Indlb-nutlo- dc-4n- da hl. d s. piai.ted in two rtiiia'.ns fie j tntcj of w)rlaw, of liberty anI iiaro aixl jirogrtaa. over WIu will withdraw from the Who whom It iUw'h Its protedlng folds will pull It down' In S,uth Carolina office m of the t'nl'.iil aiati a are u da j seeking to I'tmvk-- t those who "hot down thu wife and joi.ng liubi' of the eelofid 1 he flag there jrotects thoi" over whom It rluatK. In tho Philippines we are not merely hi intdltvx colored native with the bloodhcunds of alavtiry iays, but murBuns-nlr-- ger dering Hum with rnpld-ililn- g hunting It I griwsomely expressed. The flag tin re does not protect those over whom It II oats It Is there the emblem of tyranny niwl butchery Who will rescue theitugfrom stiih desiiratlon? Why, who put It there In tho name else but he who of the humanity for whom we went to war we call upop him to save our ling from dishonor The common mmse of (he people. knows that the Hug cannot be Immediately withdrawn, but the moral sense of the people demands thut mo lung as It remain Iherv Ita protKtlng folds will provide for white and brown alike n free and government and aseurunoe froia outside uggrtsslon." the 4JtK has at AlUn.a Dec-rnNi- r ,1, lHv, iMeti It that heml-spheri- ! er And out the poor wretch went, dragging upon the rerpe of tear and torpor. Cmiintiali l'n. . tiutrtr. m llliuiil .leellug e.e.m n t(tlillsl. (lliiukfinlsi, Itonnnle, Vn . Mnv SI 1SW. Onlv e lie fare leiuml trip vbi "lljg Knur " Vu kiln will Im eiiixl emiip Mnv Id. IU. ''() ni'd .' "J. Iteturuing geoit until Juno 'Jt I'M1', one topovcr wijl Jk allowtil on return trip, Mibfift toliK-a- l rtgnlntiotii of the line- - ov e r vslihii the ticket rone It. Kor full Information regarding tickets, rates iiiiel route nnd time of trains cull on agents dig Tour Keiute." or iiiletri1 thu uuder- Igiieit, W nrren .1 I.v nc h.tteiiernl I ninger iiciuuntl O nnd Ticket Agent hime f round wearily for an hour in. J .-- I J I j l.lghlnliiK nnd Weimeii. never strikes twice in the same The analogy be twrcu lightning and drivirg a mil, while sinking, is JGubtleeiuiU'acciilcnt.il. Detroit Journal. p ace. i wo-u- ii Inde-pinde- Shake Into your shoes, Allen's Foot-Easpowder lor the feet. It makostlplit orNVw Curet Corns, Ilunions, Shoe leel Easy. Swollen, Hot, Callous, Sore, und Sweating Koot AH Druggists und Shoo Store sell it, J5c Sample sent KUEE. Addre, Alleu & OlictU'd. Le Koy, .N. Y. e, l Your Pert Ache nnd IlurnT a I'lille) ClNClASUIl. .Njiira KfMitiitioitH tittnckine; the uiluiinSs-tnitlou'- a I.JVESTOCii-Oaltlc.ccin4 s li ft tnloptrel by tlie jieillcy Se Icci bulcpert. 4 40 (li I Oi CAI.VKS rim tu ircoJ Unlit. it :b tu. ii- - follows: iiH'ctlni: C 3 SO 2 hi HUtS re .irc litid heav) The frank rxprvaslon of honest ttinrlo Mixed picKir. Ti K tlon upon great questions or public poli.Vi.KV1 11 JJ ttf a m .1 cy Is ltal to Ihe hialtli und tven lo the, c"HKt:i (.one ii ') moa vvi-r- c J- .llej of 1st Hmulutloeaa. THE MARKETS. - K "They tell lis. Indtii, that trade follows thu ilnir It would -- eutlly scnlliln to cay that munv followa tin huntir or that thn Ik rse follow tin curt You may vmie thil II.IK until It!) honartd ttrlpis hne bien worn into tntter .r oti nm) cover tin but w.ilcrit uf l.uxin with a new ou will not mcreaae dur trade one whit exonomlc uilvanliiKet tii.lesn you have the bove cnumiriuid, and If we lmu them wt nlll liiMtnbly hiivo the trade with or When our without the nnny and Ability to coinpeii) In foreign innrki ts I" in ov nl llH'li thtN our tiade will ko. "nil Kftrtui iirntectliiiflaflnK will follow ;uln to so little ral If then, then irmie io w madi iui of tni i'iiiiipiiin ticni wxniM the iximnmon of our utri-tcr- )' In p illtiMo'' It In quite clear Hint uf cur laboring meniould ' and rot cNllmi" to Hvf In that cllmuiethtni thut thin i no futllio llmrn foi no luat of loiiqllest, nu have Tiu friitn t'lem are recruited the brnv nod till who arc iIvmi)k pnylnu tinrnnk iest rr war with precious llvis MoreoM' . on Ihem lull .1 lnnv lnrt of the i xpendb-tThe hundreds 'ii foi mil nnd .pnnslon cf jnllllni s nf doilni9 wliiili tli beI'lilllppino pmd ior must Islands are rostlnif "h by tnxi tti our shoiH, our ulothli k. cur If, thin, Jmtsun-- J n M'r tools of lmlutr thn InWirlnir lns nnd thn tuxjmyer must 1 nnswir juiy for lltU- war. who rjlns? Uiily iho few favorid nne who mny uliluln lortwinks, spi'-clpublle oilier ir conceHlon stn-frnnchlaic to build mid rnlluyii and other similar ounmerclal Thnt I, the worklnmnt'ii nnd irlvllKi' tho laxtayer arc to be Impudently asked tu c ITcr their live ami property tb.nm (III may have a fw more ihniKM- - to thilr pursio. How lorn; will wo ,ocii of aiibnilttliiK to till ixploltalion th- - country for the kooiI of those whonro InHiiiiitliil In politic? (Applause.) 'Commercialism ImB Htmk It fiuiKH ent ufli Into our polltlcnl life It cannot ico iniiih fnrther without sllrrliiB the rlKht-o- riiiK rn 'i mile. nn, na. th'i''n be-ai- ie - ojk-hU- u mil-r.it- 0l ui olllce dins. Too Iouk Inn publicbut to been Klven. service In not to si Kited line, a Ji aiicn of pcrsoiml mubltlons. rorluiiex rill ll' Kiihiui II. Anthony, ah'iotigh nearly "(Jreat fortune, iiitlur thnn ureal tho stnnte. 8U t!iirs old, niinoi.ncc. that bIic will la'iiinnnihlp. too often ArroB-in- l wcnlth buvn lKllatlon. whlcn nttciul thu IntcriinUonhl couuvlj vl rhvulci W iib chtnp lor the fruunl coiistimor We end vouivo iu Loiidou next June. an for tJUc owrrful iTOiluccr, 111) IndlKiiatlon of jiintlce-lovlm- ,' Anerl Huih expression Is, therefore, the racred dut of American citlzms. "We hold that the ollcy known a Imperialism Is hostile to lllierty nnd teml inllltnrlsm, an ivll from which It lias thnt been our ghn-- to lie free. It Is now necessary In the land of Washington and Lincoln to milUrm that all men, of whatever race or color. fre entitled to lire, liberty und the. pursuit of happlncs. We still maintain thnt governments derive their Just powers from the convent of the governeel. We Insist that the forcible subjugation of a purrhasid people Is 'criminal aggression' ami ocn iIIk1c hII to the dlstlnctlvu principles of our government. "We honir om soldiers and sailors In the Philippine Islands for their unquestioned braver) mid we muurn with the whole nation for thu American llvm thnt hnve bem racrltU'td Their duty was olicdluncu to orderH. our duty Is diligent Inquiry nnd We hold thut our govfearli'HH protest ernment crentud tho condition which have brought about the Rcrlllcp. "We earni stly condemn the Killcy of tho In tho present natlonti administration Philippines It the spirit of "G Hint our government Is xtriving to extinguish In these Islands, wd dinoumo the attempt We deand dt maud Its abandonment. plore and resent tin slaughter of the as a needless horror, u dicii dishonor to our nation "We protest ngulnst tho extension of Ameilcan mplie by .Spanish mithods and demand the Immediate Cessation of thu war against llbtrty begun by Hpnlu and continued by us. We believe that a foa-Is- h prldti Im thu ohlcf obstacle to n speto e settlement of all dlltlcultlts. ,ia Mr. Muld to Kugland; 'We nru stroui inough . . . to cast initio all considera, . walking Hi tions of false shamu the plain and simple wiivh of rihht und Justice'.' Our government tdiould at once uniuiunco to tho 1'lllplnoH its purpose to grant them under proper guarantors of order the Indt pi'inlenco for which they hiive so long fought, and should nick by diplomatic method to sicure this by tho common consent of naus truu of thu Klllplnos tions. It Is y us It was n year ago of the Cuban that they 'are nnd uf light oufcht to bo free t and Independent.' " 1 Till-plnn- H e Ulni-stonInde-pendin- ce preervatlon reprcsentatlw govern-min- t. lniittr I.OUK wibter CHAIN Wtieul , 1 I.A.MU- ro. ar.-u.u! lutein Na'J ml.... 0 10 3 t.i i t eu HI J '! US, TU Oas-N- leiiu No .'mlxce!. K)e- ,....,.. ...:. s.. - Nj III tec fC'4 IV 13 tiO IIAY-.l'rii- I'lidVlMUN'o-Mes- M so eholi e . l'OlA'lOKs-I'crl- UL"iTi:it t lio.ee dalrj I'r me loitiolco trejtnery.. Al'ri.I t l.mci' tofuiity -m l.urt . II (0 iti I fO it' 3 Ml 4 fl if ci 5 io ft ii 3 ft) iu. TO it t u KM iu UHOAUa rLOCK -- Winter rntet.t UKAi.S Wheat Na 3 red 1 (lilcjcosiiring . , COIxX-Niv- Cal.. duly 11 to II. For all these inectingt cheap excursion i.nd rtw have Un tirade and delegates that othirs iuterotcd should bear in mind the bttt route to each convention city is via the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. l'aul It y and its connections. Choice of route is those going to the nuttings on the I Coast of coing via Omaha or. Kansas City and returning b St. l'aul and Minneapolis. The Chitaco, Milwaukee &5t l'aul Jl'y has the short line bctwtcn Chicago and Omaha, and the best line bt twit n Chicago, St. l'aul and Minntupolis, the route ot tl.V Pioneer Limited, the only perfect train in the world. via All coupon ticket agents the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. l'aul K'y. For time tables and information as tp rates ! and routes address (leo. 1! lleillord, l'asener Agent, ( Imago, 111. U Kational Kducationul Asonation ot Lou rranusco, Cal., May ,.,tl Prnlt Fnrmliiir .Hemic (lie Frisco. An attractive, illustrated and thoroughly i:iiitu. WfiiBfc iiiTist ftiLS. reliable W page booklet, devoted to fiuit culUcct (xut.lj rrui. asstcsOooa. Dsol nr nraciiwn. ture along the l'neo l.ihe in Missouri, Arin time, Modesty la I'lifnutilonnlile. kansas hama ami Indian Territory, just The modest man who takes a baik seat iutd. A copy will he sent free upon applito llryan Snjder, G. I. A., Frisco tlce das is not called up higher, but is cation St. Louis, Mo. A. N, K.- -K 1760 pudird out the back door to make room for Line, m the deadheads. Galveston News. WHKJV MrRITlNO TO ADVERTIltlU Yhen a man acts the fool, he call it .less stat tb jroa saw la AdrMrttoa emt 1b this paper. Cheap lhi'iiriliini, 1MMI. towing wild oat. Atchison Globe. Annual Meeting General Assembly Cumberland 1'ret.bvterian Church nt Dciivir, Col., May 18 to '.U . Annual .Meeting (leneral Assembly 1 rtsby. tinan Chunh at Minneapolis, Minn., May 18 to dune 1. National llaptitt Anniversaries at can I". .1. Chenev H Co , Toledo, Sold "by Druggit, ".Tc. Hall's l'ainily Tills ate the best. cunstitutional remedies. Deducts it s 'austd by an nillamed loiidttion of the ImiiiB of the Kut;iiln.m Tube. When gets intlamed you have a rumbling unu or impencci itiMiitig, ami witi-i- i u i w the result, nnd entirely closed deafne-tinit'M the intlammation can be taken out .lid this tube restored to its normal ton-- 1 be elcstrovcd forever; 1. tion, hearing will i ne case of of ten are tuuiil by catarrh, which is nothing but an intlamed condition o the mucous surfaces, We will (jive One Hundred Dollars foranv rsFe of Deafness (caitMHl by catarrh that e nnot be curwl bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. v lira-oli- ". Warn In the Wronu eitllce. Acent My dear sir, do jou lnov how ejer TFETHIHG POWDERS U&Oi Aids Digestion, j Regulates tbc Bowels, Makes Teething Easy, TEETHIM Relieves Of Bowel Troubles of Children of An; Age. Costs Only SB Cent! Ask Tour Dniffrfsi rank. TESTIMONIALS SAV of UNSOLICITED I'ernnnontlr cnr all Itcbltic. Iluriilne. fcaloj ituruiu. caiiaria M.in Uist'nurs such im naitIlium. r.u trmu. brslil L'cail ClUlhHIci, I'l lev J'alllmj 1UM llalr lluuiom. Snrtrutl. Itcnlng Bc.itn. IthlikcnlnitnijJ roaklnu It t'ofU tillkr.aml LulJlt- ... i itr.. auii ill men iiuniii.is iiiiLT.ut:iiik Itu contains no llfautirul Skin unit IJorap.'eilon) aiirtliini; lad iut;ihur. Cartuurlilos ornaiirairers itiliirlou An oav). ureal seller make! in U a ilar Urivci'ts ir mall ."Oc. Canlllirls Mnnii'iirtiirlnp Cu. N. Y .ti1lrt T. UI,K Kllleill. lllf.l. A. J. MAASKIKJ.II, .1(1., 0. QE3JS CISfMZliB.1 to Nervous People. -- An-gek- s, Nervous people not only suffer themselves but c&use more or lea misery to everyone around them. They are fretrui. easily worried and therefore & worry r to others. ...... at the least unexpected sound, your nerves are in a bad state and should, be promptly atten ded you; when your pulse beats excessively; when you are startled When everything annoys to. Uen-era- o -- U . OA'I i UAI.I imiv - No. w 2 .Mess. A) it'jni KLOfK Winter patent ni:v rial w w.a t SS iu. tu. dr it c ;i s- 5 io 4 10 vni.tr . Cliniiee for Her. She savt her f ice it her fortune." "Will, "she cirtauilv ought to take vantage of the new bankruptcy law.' l'ost. i.i m m adCLi-tag- o tion oF nutrition. Food for the ncrvs-- is what you need to put you right, and the best nerve food in the world is Dr. Williams' pink Pills for Pale People. s Nervousness isaques T 1 ;ti N h'Vh War 3 74 Nit S red No. s uiixctl ft 4i 10 'V... wi th 6.1.54 T.MC H V.1'" ii r 50 LlMl-Wik- Uri Mil n.orit-rami- iv. '...'. rt iiiiil' ft tl " nnd Fover is a bottlo of Gxovi.'s TvsTKbcsa Lltiix Toxic. It It simply Iron and qtUnlno in u tasteless form. No cu i o no pay. l'i icc,W)c You r.innnt .ilu.ixs led whether VOlir goods arc all wool or mixed goods It mikei no dilletcnce if von riunatn iaucieai Dts, 'liny color evtTi thing. The Heat '" Preserlntlon m m for Chills, tone to every nerve in the body, and make despondent, easily irritated people 'feel that life has renewed its charms. Merc is proof: Ixteen-year-ol- They give strength and ! ulCAIN Whtut No.Sr d Sou lisru I'l hteiua IV HO-- . WeMern INUlA.VAI'OMb. (1 KAIN- - Wheat-N- o, S red .Nej. '.' mlM'd Corn tJalk-Smlxeil No 35 TA huih live t'A'ITI.i foin Muni .o .wiuie No. .' -- TO BTMui or. C it t 3 d) "0 ; ue wt'tteru 40 4 iU Hi. 4 4 Nl 0 To 'nre u li'olel In One Uny Talto Laxatlvo Hroino Ouiiilno Tablets. All drufc'glhtu refund money int falls toturo. 20c. We cling to our faults with a firmer grain than we do to our virtue. L. A. W. llul-Icli- ir. 3IU 4 r nl-ri.OUK-WIn- tcr UHAiN Corn- - Mlxid xed -- Wbeul- - piltnl..! !... Nu S red ... i cen r i. Ah 3 75 J daughter of Mr. T. C. Wdtrous, Sllrs Cora Watrous, tlie r ofCi Clarion St., Urndfortl, l'a., was seized with a ucnous dliorJcr which threatened to end licr life. I.raineut phjslciani ncreed the trouble was from Impoverished Wood, but failed to sue relief. Mr. Watrous heard Dr. William t' Pint Pills for Pale People were highly recommended forner-ou- s disorders, nnd cac them a trial. Before the first box had been taken the girl's condition improved. After using six boxes hernppctltefctunicd, pain in her head croicd, nnd she was stronger than eerbelore "My the daughter's life was saved by Dr. Williams' l'lttk Pills for Pole People," said was almost hopeless JIr. Watrous. "Her condition strong and healthy, when she commenced 1 cannot recommend taking them, but uow she Is these pill too highly," Uradfjrd (Pa.) ft in. dt lit a. (ift to Ti 7 II 1 l'iso's Cure for Consumption it an A No. Akthrna medicine.- - W. H. Williams, 111., April 11, 1S'J4. An-tioc- OlU-MI- rOillv L.VKL Mew Steuai (THO U0 (tf (JOJ All thing come to him who waits bad luik included. Chicago Dailj News. The full name is on each p&tUfcfje. Sold by all druddists or sent, oostoald. bv the Dr. Williams Maiir.ai C. vviiintvhuwyi MV D.i r a wu v,"W vv,, i?S6 w Kntnmr hnv. fi hft t y. j nwiviii. vvii rknnapttilii niii j-- sS ' 1 1 1 1 ing, tnlecH the place of scaling kalsomlnes, wall paper and paint for walls. It can be uttd on plaster, brick, woodorcanva. Alabastlne. the only durable wall ALABASTINE coat- Hvery church and schoolhouse should b Alabastlno can bo used oer paint or paper: paint or paper can be utnl over coated only with Alabastlno. IIundretiH pack-a- g of tons used yearly for this work. Genu Alnbastlne. Huy only In five pound ts, properly labeled; take no substitute. Ine Alaldstlno does cot rub and scale off. Hon. An one can brush It on. Ask pain draler for tint card. "Alabastlne Kia" tree. Alabastlne Co , Qnuvl Utipld. Mlckw Alabastlno packaR hnve full dlrec. i W ' tx&.'c: - ski v JiASm . ,.ti. .... it - . ,s'5Ht'v i- ' - wTa,,- -. J? it-- ' SENATORIAL CONVENTION CALL. At a meeting of the First Senatorial Democratic District Committee, hold at Fnlton, Ky on April 0, 1890, n majority of said committee being present : Ordered, that n district convention bo helfl in tho city of Fultou ou Tuesday, May 23, 18U9, at 2 o'clock p. m.. to nominate a Democratic candidate for Stato Senator for said district to bo voted for at the November election, 189U. That tho Democratic voturs of each precinct in Raid district shall meet at their respective voting places on Saturday, May 20, 1899, at 'J o'clock p. m., standard time, to select delegates to represent them at said district convention, the basis of representation to bo ouo deV egato vote for overy one hundred and fraction over flfty votes cast for tho Democratic electors for President in 189C ; Provided, that each precinct shall be entitled to at least one vote in said convention. The local committeeman, if present, shall call the precinct meeting to order, or in his absence the Democrats present may organize and hold said meeting. All who voted for Bryan for President, and all others who wish to be identified in fntnro with tho Democratic party, and agree to support the nominee of this convention, slmll bo entitled to participate in these precinct conventions. S. W Lutes, Chin'ii Fnlton Co. S. D. Grikfky, Ohm'ii Hickman Uo. Please publish aud oblige S. D. Gkiffky. Wants Them Mustered Out. The Governor of Colorado Acreate an isGovernment. He claims that the Colorado soldiers enlisted for the war with Spain, and that war having onded, they are entitled to honorable discharges. He claims that he tins filed each request with the Secretary of War, together with net! tions from citizens of his State, and that no attention or notico has been given. He now asserts that snob soldiers are illegally held, and that he will take steps through the U. S. courts to compel their release and return home. ppears determined to sue with the Federal Squtblets. Never bit a man when he llbB got you down. Breakfast is another home for the oatmeal. Men of sense sometimes make cents out of nonsenstl The poorest marksman may accidentally bit the target. Motto of a olub man : "Late to bed and early to ryes. The thermometer sometimes gets very low, but it's never vulgar. The world would soon cease to g?rate if It were not for our hobbles. It may take nine tailors to make a man, but one woman can break bim. Tho Courier is not able toniinoiuioo tho date, that the gunboat XnsliviUu will Htop at Hickman on her return trip-o- nly the promise from her commander that she will anchor here, perhaps one day. Tho condition of tho river is such that her trip to St. Louis, and her stay at that city if she reaches there, is w) uncertain that tho Nashville cm llv no dates as to her return to xsnw Orleans. Tesla thinks a limn has just so many hours to be awake, and tho fewer of theso ho im's up each dav the more days will the.yIo.it. "I believe," said he, "that a man might live 12iM) years if he would sleep mot of tho time." There is no doubt miiiic people would live longer if they slept more. Modern society, with its manifold methods of killing timo from dark to dawn, is an enemy to lougevtty New Madrid Miwiiirian ' Seventeen farmers from PomKcot comity iom. ed up tho river the latter p.irt of the week in charge of U. S. Marshals. They uro charged with cutting the levees in order to drain their lands, and wero being taken to St. Louis for trial. Tho trial took place Monday, and they were virtually acquitted, being lined $1 each, ou execution, and told by tho Judge to Jheiiiielves construct sluice gates, ir they wero afforded no relief by tho government. Hector Price, Clinton Domoor.it: of the irpLscop.il church, delivered an interesting discourse at tho Presbyterian church Monday night Bishop Dudley preached at tho cittrt house, on Wednesday night, but the Democrat is put to press too early to note the smiiou at length. It goes without saying that tho Bishop was greeted by u largo congregation, and that as usual he hold their unvarying interest as long as lie ciioo to speak. Ho has few equals as a pul- orator and it is always educative to Lsten to him. The Hickmau Dramatic company will give their entertainment at Gitv Hall. Tuesday night, Mar Bird, for the benefit os tho 0. P. Church. On this occasion, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Taylor, assisted by the Hickmau Clnb, will pro diico the ixnmlnr comedy, entitled An IrLshmau s Luck; and conclude with the funny farce, A Mauager's Troubles. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, in their role-.- , as also the home club, havo received high Wo hope they will commendation. be liberally patronized, t An affray occurred at Union City Saturday, between Joo Hamilton, n rain dealer, and George Hardy, a merchant, in which Hardy was severely cut with a kuifo in the back and side, though not dangerously. Cluu. Hunly, thiuking his brother daugeroasly wounded, shot at Hamilton several times with a revolver, but none of tho shots took elfect. Hamilton made his escape. Both parties aro well known, and prominent in business circles. TIIIMiS OIINKKVKll. death. to cut woodn. Tho mini who talks loudest about hard times is tho limn who docs tho lonst to innko titnos good. That hu who says lifo is not worth living gets frightened the worst nt tho lirnt suggestions of lazy That tho invalid who in nlwnj looking for a cold draught seldom fails to find one. Th nt the successful politician never coinplniiiH of tho fraud prim Splendid Selection of tir.od by his competitor. tho citizen who doesn't like, That ilowors is gotiorully ono who is ton NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, Cash Book Store. KERR & RANDLE, a V cp &c, NOTIONS, Call and son our Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c Stock. ICvery- 4 jFINE UsT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY, and That tho farmer who kicks the Fancy hardest about bad weather anil mi?uim;s vm imiopitm Provisions, poor crops Is tho ono who spends SolloltH your l)iiHinenH. Wo offer thu iiiohI Liliornl AcoouimiMlnlloiif ono half the timo in bed and the to nnr OtiHtomorH CntiHiHtont with ICHtalillHhetl other half in town. , KENTUCKY. III C KMA N, liittikiiii; I'llnolploH. That the fellow who quarrels most nt trusts nnd corporations spends more timo getting out of K.T. TYIiKK, 0. A. lIOLGOMI.ti. J. NAYLOIt, W. H. IJALTZKH tho way of employment than he 6aT- KKKI3 DHMVRUV. J. w. cowniLu w. h. McauTOiiKN, m. n. hiiaw. does in seeking it. That the individual who is alTelephone Storo No. day. That the fellow who Is always dissntisllod with tho weather 'is to dale. tho first man to discover tho storm tliiug up cloud. M a it v P. r.it i:n ii-- s t' Co. That the inun who is nlwa.vs pointing nut tho dishonesty of fits fellow citizen never missoH a s chunco to rob tho minus liouting. That the pious soul who picks vSiicoMcir in Win l)lctrlliriiik,) Haws in his brother's rollajnu Ims himself a mighty ftinall clinnoo of UK IS breaking into heuvon on judgment first-clasUK Oonuino Soth Thomas Alarm Clocks for $1.00. Doors Knat of Laclede Hotel, HICKMAN, KV Til. Kit, I'rn'i. l'. A. IIOUOMlii:. V. It. T. & E. BariUtt, 'jrocorios Richma:ot HICKMAN, I'rf.'t. U ('. JOM1MJ.1, ... r BA1T' KENTUCKY. tie,tt. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 r.iMiir.i DIRBOTORS complaining bocnuse the world nppoars to havo u grudge against hitn is the ono who is nl ways doing something to offend ways 91; Heal iileiieo, No. 00. UK KYI AN WAGON CO.. AMt.'i'A-Ti'ti:M- people That tho merchant who raises the most fuss because dull trade is tho man who sits around the storo and whittles while his friend next door hustles around and at tracts trade to his establishment That tho woman who spends three days out of the week coin plaining of tho unkind things her neighbors are saying about her, cotiButues the other four in sa ing mean things about sotnohodj else. Daunvillo Advocate. or tiik cki.i.mhatkd CUSTO.TI Hoou Hickman Holler Mills' announce to the farmers that thoy specially solicit their trade, and will do everything to merit their patronage. Givo us a chance to provo this. Hof.x ic EvkiisOL. LIST OF TF.XT Adopted HOOKS is Eversol, having bought tho TIIA1K. for Use in Common Schools of Fnlton County. 12c 17c 7c 30o 1 Swln ton's Primer, McGuffey's Revised Speller, ' li Parents should send their naughty children to the nautical training school. No man ever gets so poor that be can afford to have holes in his pockets. Giving advice to women and throwing stones at dogs has much the same effect. Kemember, when you break the silence that tbe least said is the soonest mended, Tbe man who doesn't believe in heaven or tbe other place nlwnys wants tbe earth. Many of onr laws seem to have been created for tbe purpose of executing injustice. His satanio majesty never gets tired of jollying people who boast of being Nothing pleases a girl more tban ber ability to win tbe man of another girl's cboioe. When a married couple or a pair of shoes are exactly alike, they fail to make a fitting pair. Some men resemble postage stamps; they stiok to one thing you've until they get there-b- ut got to liok them first. self-mad- McGufToy's Revised First Header, McGutley's Revised Second Header, McGutrey's Revised Third Reader, 13c McGufToy's Revised Fourth Header, fiOc Mcunueys novisui iittn Header, vie !!0o Milne's Elements of Arithmetic, The costliest metals are: Cal cium, which is worth $1,800 a pound. Cirium is n shade higher, its cost is $100 an ounce, or 81020 per pound. Thoso begin to look liko fabulous prices, hut they do not reach tho highest point, chromium being 8200. Cobalt fulls to about half tho price of silver, whilo didymium, the metal Isoln't ed by Mnsaudor, is the same Pttcfc as caicium. xuon comes gallium, which is worth $3,2o0 an onnco. With this metal the highest prlco is reached, nnd it may well be called tho rarest and most of metals. pro-ciou- HICKMA1T TJTAQQ7$&r The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! 1 I.VItnt: I'AOKS KVKIIY WKKK FOIt 0.NI.Y s Conic Forward ! Hoi-com- (Cki Milne's Standard Arithmetic, Long's Laugnago Exercises, Part II, 2."c Jtfkj Long's Lesson's in English, Harvey's Revised Eng. Grammar, (J.'hj G.V Eclectic Elementary Geography, Eclectic Coinp. Geography, Ky Ed. $1.20 COc Eclectic Physiology. (50c Petennan's Civil Government, EgglestonV First Book Am. History COc Shiuu's His. of tho Am. People, $1.00 75c Smith's History of Kentucky, New Ec. Copy Books, 1 to 0, each, 0H Tho above prices aro tho special retail list prictsj set fortli in tho bonds executed by tho publishers to the Stato Board of Education in thu sum of $10,04)0, copies of which aro on file in tho ofllce of tho County Superintendent. All persons indebted to (J. A. are notified that they must forward and nettle. Delays are KcroiiH. romn iLiu .eraUwoekl Itepnbllr, iho htt enrrl newiptper prinUtl in I lie warM, ontahilnj alt th new In eight page aoil Th Itrpubllo MAdrl M4iin onn jrear for $I.iVJ The Itepulillo .Suii'Uy Magatlor m th new.paper mieett of Ihll" A hoin journal of the let 18 Urge page trtty week, i pge of fun, 14 page of th brlthlem and tiei ling printed. Il contain mor hlgh-oplelitrei anl crtuoii thin wero pfer attemplp.) In any Qlber putillcullon. More njleil writerx anl rilt eontribiilr lo The lUpuhlla Migatlne llit to anj other W.irn publication Th Magttinn will bi iM onlr In cinncctlan with the iinl-ik- lj uh lie, hul I inailml nepural'ljr ach week. Addre all order to Th $1.50. lwlewek, eli, ra it, Verbum KOIl Sapienti" Tilt: ICKIUISLI4U, Nl. I.BHlt, .lift. (lOVKIIVOIt . P. WAT. HARDIN. Subject to tho action of the Democratic State Convention. The Luxury of Travel Can best be found on the trains of the Farmers Free Column. ADAM'S APPLES. Under thin hoadinir will hereafu r Imi published notices not to exceed n hues each, from fanner who aro sulcnl crs, who havo horses, mules, cown, in ducts, seed, ifcc., for sale, free of eliarw. 10 ULTRA PATERNALISM. fet ! In the home town of Mayor Jones of Toledo, tho municipal ownership idea seems to have been overstretched. Tbe Pastor's Union of that city, oomposed of yleadlng clergyman, after carefull taking counsel, has deoided that municipal ownership of saloons would bs a good thing, and concluded to ask the City Oouncil to pass an ordinance patting the plan into operation. Of course those ministers ore slnoere men. But they have beeu led like thousands of others Into a slough oflmpraoticalities by the gUttering belief that public owner- snip Is a oureall for tbe diseases of tbe body politic. Tbe question of whether it is good morals for a municipal government to engage in liquor traffic appears to have been overlooked by tbe Pastor's Union. Besides, tbe right of a municipal lty to establish a monopoly in any business i debatable. Ifmunioipal ownership of sa loons is a good thing, wby not extend tbe principle to breweries, viQff ftrdi and ciitillerles? Only a few dayH ago wo ran across tbe following curious juggling with figures that certainly exaggerates the ela of Adam nnd Eve in accounting for tho number of apples they ate: "Some eny Adam 8 and Eve 2. a total of 10. Bat these figures must bo wrong, because if Eve 8 and Adam 82, certainly tbe total will be 00 But the scientists say that Eve 81 and Adam 82, a total of 1G3. Yet this is wrong, because if Eve 81 and Adam 812, the total would bo 803. But tho Bible plainly states that Eve 814 Adam aud then Adam 8124 Eve, hence thoy disposed of 8938 apples. But if Eve 811 Ad am and Adam then 81242 oblige Ero, then the total would huvo beeu 820CG. But this cannot bo correct, for Eve, when she 81812 many and Adam to please her 812, Henco we total eaten, 82,024. must conclude as woman brought Bin into tho world that Eve Him. ply 814 Adam and if this man Adam 81281242 plonse Eve nnd keep peaco in the family; therefore tho total must havo 81,282 050 from tons of ,'ood Timothy Hay for mIo, A. II. Lhht HMymM Elcp.ant new, luxurious Hay for Sale. Parlor Cafe Cars (meals a la carte) have been placed in the day tralm between Sixty tons of cood Timothy Hay for saio. nppiy to .1. w. .iiaktis. Jr.. Woodland Mills, Tenn. '0 acres kooiI corn land for rent. to S. L. Dkkwky 20 Ai'rt'M for Kent. Memphis and Texas. Aii-pl- y F or Sale. Ono good work horso. Three inilis west of Oayce, on State Hoad. Mas. IJ. A. TiiovAt L'LOVtilt AND TIMOTHY HAY. The scat fare is but 25 or 50 cents, according to distance, thus affording; the greatest possible comfort for the least expense. lilegant wide vestibuled Free Chair Cars (with ladies' dressing room and gentle, men's smoker) run through on all trains to Texas. For sale by 0 miles east of Hickman W.M.Bacon Mobile And Ohio Pullman Sleepers, Comfortable Day Coaches. Railroad. THE POPULAR LINE FOR St. Louis, Chicago, St. I'mil, Omaha, Km una City, Detroit, Toledo, and all pniom anil Weal, Cairo, New ()f. North, Mobile, faili-tlllIllrmlnnliaiii, Ifftns, Chntlanooi, Montgomery, Tliomaii. vlllc, Atlanta, Aiinuiln, ClnrleHtnn, Whether you prefer Parlor Car, Chnlr 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 tables and Illustrated pamphlets on Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. They will be mailed free if you mention this paper. M. ADAM!, Travdlng HaiMnger Agent, CAIKO, ILL. FORM E. W. LaBEAUME, Qcn'l Kl I'a.t'r e, and Ticket Agent, ST. LOUIS, MO. IS. 1' PS Miami, and all points in thu fiomh. Mich., for bis health, and emt. Creek, Elegnnl VfBilbuled First Clas Ooaclie leaving Lt. Gov. Worthington in with Hmoklng room, and cniuplela tnlln command. As usual he is roomB and lnvatorlen for lailies nnd gen. ileinuii. l'ortnr in nileiiiUnre oliargri) by pardon seekers, with tho coaifort of thu nsn)rrH. Abo Palace It is said that riches have wings; VeptibuleilRoom and Sleeping Cars wjih Unlet between Hi tho price of ostrich feathers also Drnwing Mobile, Nw Orient), Iiulu and Mont indicate that wings have riches. enniery, Tlioninsvllle ami Jncksonnlle, Gov. Bhadlky is again absent Jackonlllo, Taiiiiii, tbe state, going to Battle Port Tain-pa- , D. Q. PAUK. J. 0. HPKIQHT. DR. S. K. DAVIDSON PARE MAYFIGLD. SPEIGHT, IIIOKMAN, KENTUCKY d H 49 of adversity. ful. but few aro willing to hold an umbrella over you during a storm Fair weather friends are nlnnti Fa. n af n Will do a General Law liuainoaB in all Oourtfi, State and Fed. erali nnd in all tho OourtB J. T. I'Oi:. Gcueral Traffic Mi.nager, Mobile, Ala. E. B. POSKY, i I of Fulton County. Oflloe ovor Oowglll & Cowglll't General Passenger Agent. Prompt Attention Uiveu CoUccIIoum, Drag Btore, npufinywutw" ' "WVVi Vli.lMMI. , SSSSSSSSSSSSSll'SSlSSll r.iii- I ... .. ..riTSasasR -- .rM