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FiUDAY, APRIL 5, 1901. C. L. HEFNER Editors Jennie E.Herner Proprietors WOfllce 115 Williams Blobk Phone Devoted to the interest of the COURIER and its Patrons OASTOniA, Bawi the ) Mia mu tiava Always soup St. Lonis elected a Democrat for Mayor Tuesday. Aguinaldo has ta'-.en the oatb of allegiance to the United States. ... Tax gather Newman has a pencil with which he can write the seven different colors. What to do with Aguinaldo is the greatest question now be fore the Washington authorities concerning Filipino matters. General Botha, the Boer leader in South Africa, has declined England's offer of peabe nod more fighting and loss of life will follow. 1 There will be no constitutional convention bill put through the present Legislature. The House killed the bill before it on that subject Tuesday. Siuce the passage of the law preventing the giving away of liquor at the capitol it is a hard matter to keep enough legislators present to transact business. The Tennessee solon is a brick. Aguinaldo, the Filipino insur gent leader, was captured one day last week by Gen. Funston who went ont to capture hiui. Aguinaldo' capture ought to end the troable in the Filippines. The jailor of Hardin county is now lookiug for a new job. All his boarders have gone to green er fields and pastures new. Chair niau Hardin succeeded VVeilue day in hiring ont the four jail birds left in by the court uud now the jail is empty, Both Caleb Dowers and Jutnes Howard, Goebel assassination suspects, have been given a new trial by the Kentuckey court of appeals. Tho reversals were on the ground of erroneous instruc tions to the j orii's and admis sion of incompetent witnesses. A dog law has passed the Sen ate that will efiectually wipe out the worthless cur. It provides for the tagging of all dogs over three months old. The lags- are to bo furnished by the County Court Clerk, for which lie will charge $1.00 All , sheriffs, con Htnliles and police urn authorized to dettioy all dogs not properly tnged. Emperor William of Germany made i. very intemperate speech before his body guard one day last week in which ha nuiil: "If the city of Berlin should again Impudently and disobediently rise against the King, us in 1848, then my grenadiers, it will be your duty, with the points of your bayonets, to unnili lute tho impudent aud disobedient." i'hesu remarks' wt?rf broiigiil t'.H iii by the- (louduot th iouhJi' or' Berlin in which di'moimtraii in were made ugaiutjt the Emperor. Circuit Court. Court adjourned Saturday night after u very busy week. Mauy cases were contiuaed for want of time to try. Pan ' H1U was tried for grand larceny mid given three years In the peniL'uliary. The Court granted him a new trial, uot be lieving the evidence euflicient to stand tho test of the Supreme Court. Tho Attorney General then moved to nol pross which wno entered in three cases against Mills. The cases against Bud Ross Gillis Spenoer and Colonel Grimes, accomplices of Mills, were also dismissed. Dau Soott,.who was convicted of an assault with intent to com mit murder in the second degree was given a new trial. Jim Gill charged with rape. Not guilty. George Wilkius, selling car trages. Not guilty. Oscar Nolau who was commit ted to jail on a charge of larceny was discharged. Ed Alford, Bob Napier and Oscar Nichols, were each fined $50 and cost and sent to jail for carrying pistols. Spring coughs are especially da ngerous and unless cured at once, serious results often follow. One Minute Cough Cure acts like mag ic. It is not a common mixture but a high grade remedy J K Barlow Words are the blossoms and deeds are the fiuits. "I had piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried DeWitt's WitchilazelSalve. After using it once, I forgot 1 ever had anything like piles." E. C. Boice, Somers Point, N. Y. Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for DeWitt'rt J K Barlow Set Free. I hereby this day set my son W. T. Tidwell, free to be his own man to make contracts and abide by the same. And 1 urther notify the public in general that. I will no longer be responsible for either his acts, or contracts. This April 3 1901 F. M. Tidwell. County Court. A committee was appointed to contract for tho building of a bridgo across Owl creek, to cost not less t han $1500. The sum of $50.00 was appro priated out of the school fund to paj for a normal insluutor to as sist in holding an institute. You Can't Lose Flesh or Appetite Farmer City, III., Dec. 20, 1900 Feysin Syrup Co., Monticello, III. Gentlemen: My seven mouths old baby was troubled a great deal with his stomach aud bowels. I had tried numerous remedies with no snccerts until the baby lost much flesh aud was in very poor health. A friend recom. mended Dr. Caldwell's Syrup IVpsin. I procured a 10c bottle Hud's ding store and gave the contents to the baby according to directions, after which there was a decided improvement in bis condition. Ilave.been giving liim Dr. Caldwell' S.vrnp Pepsin for about it mouth with' very sat isfactoi'v results his stouneJi uml bowel?' being in a good healthy condition and hi former weight regained. Very truly yours, Allie .l.ieUin, Sold by J K. Harlow. A woman says a bachelor's life is a maguificant breakfast.a pus sable lunch and a miserable din tier. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children, Tha Kind You Have Always Bfligh. Bears the Signature D. O. Duncan was licensed to plead law in Justice's courts. A committee was appointed to investigate and report on the building of a steel bridge across Turkey creek. Tho Chaii man's report shows a surplus road fund of $1,450.00. a deficit of $125,00 in the pauper fund, and a deficit of $5,017.00 in the county fund. School mouey on hand $18,20S.O0. A. A. Watson resigned as ran ger and'O. L. Hefner was elected to fill this important office. -.-.oV A Great Newspaper. The Sunday edition of the St Louis Itepublio is a marvel ol modern newspaper enterprise. xne organization ot the news ser vice is world-wide, complete in every department; in fact, su perior to that of any other news paper. The magazine section in illnu tratcd in daintily tinted colors anu speuaid nait-toned pictures This scctiou contains more than any of the monthly magazines The fashions illustrated In natur al colors are especially valuable to tbe ladies. The colored comic section is n genuine laugh-maker. The funny cartoons are uy tue nest artists. The humorous stories are high class, by authors of national rep- niaiion. Sheet music, a high-class, pop ular song, is furnished free every Sunday in the Republic. 'ihe orice of the Sundav lie public by mail one year is $2.00. tor sale ny all news dealers When you have a few minutes to spare, don't bother someone who hasn't The best prescription for malaria Chills and fever is a bottle o Grove's Tastless Chill Tonic. If is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. t No cure no pay. Price 50c. Some men growl about hard times when they have a pocket full or b'lle unpaid ones. OASTOIIIA. Bean the . yi to Kind Vcu H3vb Always Bought Gill be slow ''in making the acquaintance of afast man. .0; ha brought pcrinanont relief to a mil lion miffurinu womeu who woro on tholr way to premature irravoB. Mr. Mit'hull wan fast declining in health, when Wine of ( ordiil porforiiioda"won(lerfi:l cure" In her case. Bho nutored with tho oro nlosof falling Of the womb, kucorrhnr-a and profuso menstruation. Tho weekly appeamnceofthemenseafortwo months mippod her vitulity until she wnc a phys ical wreck. He:' norvoue aystem fravo way. 'ihon rams tho trial of Wino ol Cardul and the oTiro. Mia. Mitchell's experience onobt to commend Wine of Caraul to iiiffering women in ord of Durniniroloniienco. ! in v'thm the rr-ach of oil. Women who try it are relieved. Ak vonr dniKtfist for a 1 lxittie of Wlneof Nardil), anddo ot take a aulmtituto if tendered yon. Mrs. Willi" Mitchell, f'niilh rli.tnn V P i "Wine of rurrtnl rnd 'Ihwtrnrrt'i Bine. I'rnnsht hnro performed u lulrnculmia rum In hit etise. I Imd bin a urent infferer with fnlllnii of the womb and laiwvwriuifi- mid my menses tame etery week fur two months and were vary pnlnful. Mr hus band Induced me to try Wine of Cnidul ntid III 'ck-1 irniiirhl, and now thn leiicor. rn.rn ins dt.npnuareai una 1 am restored t pi-nerc liciuiu. In enact recn!rln;r apfrlnl rilrecilnns, -h'Mivwi, (r'viiv yniploiiiR. IjidleB' Ad. viwfff lippiiiliMi-nl." The cin'M.inrioif.i Me.licine t'uM ClulianuuiiH, 1'unii. 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