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The President's Message1 - Ml ' .:tt -- ESTABLISHED HICKMAN, FULTON COMplY, KY.f DEC. 8, Local and Personal.-- VOL, XXX V, NO' 3. Good Word for Roberts 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmwmwmmmmm wwimwai ,poorl 'Get ready for Christniuiff SSL. S3 osk Clock, $1.60 at Back's. 'Tin winter now. God holn tho senate as a Republican, is home the Congressional Committee. after spending a" year In Utah a Concerning the Philippine Is- a member of the U te Indian Com ' u 12.60 bronze Clock, 1.00 at Buck's. h )V lands, which in the tnoet import- mission. Ex Senator Abbot says: f Tho corn trade has lioin tircttv mar "I am iu favor of giving Con ant portion of the message, tbe I bin week. H; gressinan Roberts bis seat, bePresident reviews the events lead- cause I trTaUoyour Hides, Furs and Game Know bim to be morally a w Shaw & Shaw. ing up to our coining into posses pure man. Roberts was a mem- , Miss Lena Thrclkold visited In lon of the islands the treaty ber of the constitutional conven- - ; (Own this week. with Spain, the ratification of tbe lion in Utah which prohibited m.. MT" Ladies' Rubbers, 25c nt tho treaty, the commencement of hos- lygatuv In the future. He wa Cwn Shoo Store. Kick & Naylok. tilities by Aguiiiiililo. the appoint- one of the most active advocates The new railroad elevator is near-kf- ment of the Philippine Commis- of the abolition of polygamy. He in completion. sion and the report of the Com- did not believe, however, that It -- Tlie littlo folios nro anxiously awaitia. mission. While declaring that the 10... ill! l.n llgllk iur ... C II WOO tBITS, goods III we sell, "..wn. wri .Ink ng tlio coming of old Santa Olaus. future government of ihe Philip- been led by a wrong rel gion to Goods, 4X The Embroidery Club meets with pines rests willi the Congress of take auto themselves several Urs, J. II. Millet, evening. the United States, he holds that wives to cast them all off save Shoes, --The W. O T U. meets at Mrs. Em." tee "isl n. s lie within the shelter one when polygamy was abolish :oa Stephens' this evening at o'clock. of our flag," and that they are erf; He believed thai those who wre $50 eye tester and $80 trial case "ours by evJr.title of law und had more than one wife should .to treo at Buck's. equity. They cannot be abandon- care for thetu as before and sun There was a biir crowd in town Sat. ed," he says. ,!If we desert them, tain them in tbe relations of matlitodny, and tho merchants did a irood we leave them at once to anarchy rimony into which tney had' en year! business. and. finally to barbarism." tered. Under the circumstances an He doer- not recommend at this I believe this was right. Clias Blitt. a barber, from Lonis- jillo, has u chair at tho Treo Barber lime a speeiflo and final form of Roberts id one of the most able ihop. Try him li govriiiuieni Kir hip isiauus, out men in all this country. He is as P. & W. S. ELLISON. -- JCW CCdar.noles havo been nrdfnfl PW hen "tiPHRH shall ho rnntnroil it eloquent as Foraker aud as clean to take the place of old ones in tho elecshall tie the duty of Congress to politically as any statesman in tric light plant. v construct a plan of "government." Ohio. He arose from the bumble . Tho wife of Mr Jus. Stanfield, who He recommends the abatement walk of a blacksmith to his presnti'd near Hickman, died, Thursday of the trust evil by the adoption ent position. . I believe be Is en- - ' h.. soruiutf. of pnouuionia. of a'o nl form system of lawn in the titled to bis seat aud should take $ M' Dr. DubllPV will nrnnph nt rho several Slates for their suppres- It. . , 3f. t Christian church Sunday morning at sion. f msrWT 11 fi.1rut. ' 1?..fi...l.n... lUVIlL'tl. - w v.A... i.llUUUV .....1....I JTHE FINANCIAL BILLS. He considers the Nlcaragaan -- s t& EAKEIt keens tho choicest Hub canal a necessity. f I brUtnias Candies, OranctM, Nuts, Tbe people are expecting As to c, found iu tho city. Uiv him u call. the war questions growing out of sort of financial legislation atsome with Spain be says the the Hickman merchants are ofifcriutc friendly relations between Ihe hands of Ihe Congress, bat it is VIKCiul inducPHlL'UtH to tho trnilim imlv. doubtful if tbeir wishes will be j Jlo public You can't buy goods cheap- - two countries have, been ipstored The Republicans are and that Ihe resolution of Con realized. ernUVWhom tlliin In TTinlrmnn " Vt tf Ak gress disclaiming any disposition preparing to introduce bijls into .. is n . u Jones, or Woodland ,?. TTT". 7T .irs. Roast, on this subMills, una AliisFay Jones, of Trezo to exeieise jur.silictlon or con- the Senate and ject, and the Democrats are standvaat, Twin., visited Mrs. E. C. Rice. trol over Cuba, except tor its TUP GRCAT PDEC lfci week. Is a pledge of the high-ra- t ing ready to tump on the measi lib uiiLn t i nb r " honorable obligation and must ures as soon as they are launchajr The ladies are, respectfully iuvit' ed, whether they contain good PAIfiNJ v.HJK inspect my stock ot iJuristniua be Hieredl kept. Concerning tlie number ot troops features or not. A long wrangle before buyiuj; clsowhero. UjUX. The rollllct of Ike f UIIAP, U. bCIILEXKEIt. now In the Philippines, he states is sure to follow, and in tbe end tie ore now hln( form dates Uicaed. The H ipoorpe, of Graves, anuouue. when the troops now under order it in likely that little real relief; il m pen. reacli Manila tlie force lu the ar from the present buuglesome iuacy for nt recorded by lbttloner, in Saturday's oblpelago will comprise 2,051 offl will- be afforded. fuury. :.. . t.f . a mm. Tis0u'-sim- i m nest Jcctt v r.rrT cmi 'i8ji aiAiti'Al 18f?Wl' 1' iri tlie irtai qunilon HimI r V'a'iilV Cnurch, Friday uurht." service now PxTpTiffs TrPOnfinfi tOti I.lllrn"- tit -lrTlr -- - -- -" forr the people This m-.. (3r7nu7 lie purpose of fixing the Porto Kico and the Philippines, I.. .tin? unci id n a' sirnviVTMMirttaa Special attention given to liiu selling of Real Estate of nit kind; tliraufh ibe medium of ci '3 l.. .. .yncaiyr place. '"WW. r3r - X h . If mill a full lino of tlin best and most reliable Fire Insur-him'! aud states that the domestic pn,s lilical advantage, yet BUch is the lime, tdr per. Now .etna;- - Nsk-t..,. ... the ..II,. Companies doing IhihIiichs In the Stale, ami Hint ''Old Reliable" wrj vuirr .iu fuw'v.im" Inr - iiiiiiiw aiA ivt.vaj: v.: cat crop in this section is tal service is on a revenue pro- case. The Republicans are no mMfltli vJMrwiitM iu fact, some of tlie farm- more sincere in their professions .MUTUAL 1)12 NK Rl' LIKI5 INSURANCE UO., lUitt has ulre.id., iiiphI reliable uewepurer odiducing basis. lleivp'-jpigover 100,000 Life Insurance in Hickman null lcini .eihi Weekl) ItepuMlo coven .hTootBB? u.tfiiuninriiiiis stock on too last, and uro ihIiI out Im The message In full Is published regarding this question than many L'tr it. of the Democrats. Instead of tbe in this issue. iv. himi u ihmiW h,: uiM.,.p.Ht Hn.ii..t policy ..f H..V n;Kmar Lite Bglu A Common Expression, "It camo statesmen and financiers in both IiiHiiriiiict? L'oiiipiiny iloing Uueiinn in this country, Ilo solicits mtt 'wihil'-- i n..ilu nlthnui. rirvluillce III- from Wilhou's." Of courhp. they have II . , l!l..l .it .....r j parties honestly endeavoring to jour patroini(!i'. Tall and nee liiiu. Rtiuctoie nes nrrvicc n iu the largest stock, the best selection, and It tho lowest prices on Holiday Goods in devise the best system that unit perior to ibtt of oy olher pper Sec Intact, il the town. re ibe t.eil upecisl feiure ed wisdom can enolye, many li tlie pper for that larRe cUbc of reJ-e- r on Shoes W C. JOIINSO.f, c. i. uoi.rosiiK, r. iT't. leaders ou both sides are moved It. T. T1I.I.U. rre't. Judge Juo. W. Cowgill, who has who cunnol afford or do not altogether by tbeir hope of gain been dangerously ill the past week, is lo ibe daily paperi. log political advantage. AHenlion U aleootlled to the Repuh now believed to no iu much better con- lie urpeH that tlie gold Htnndnrii M'ConnellsvUle, O., Dec. 3. be eelHtilisbeii by legislation as Hon, John Q. Abbot, wbo repretin t Tin ml iu the bill prepared by sented this district iu tbe Ohio y Notwithstanding there have been heavy advances almost every line of manufactured which our stocks of Dry Clothing, &c, are still complete, and all bought before the advances, and are still selling them at old prices, many goods lower than last We invite inspection. C . 5$ t. ' urn '' ffJf - t- t luuuuuaiuuiauuiaiiuiiu auaauuuuuuuuau VJ.IKf' I m m .. ' r ::.. - IR,1 T REAL rl TH-IEIR,- pac-ilcatio- jySUlJUSSiaijkjyaSsis3a ESTATE ni C -- (Ol 'JilllH KiiiiH .llllllH g. e liMaiiB.. rm..fM. u.j-w.u- .--- t? ' ... T il s bjnQtrH iiiiiiiiiiiiwiivivbi ,iiiiiiiiw.f iWllBr .wff fcys-lei- n Hf -- v----- x. -- --1tftt""' . ."Jc S!;',!!!!,;!;;;;.;,., Buchanan's Cost and j GflBkOi ICEMAN IhihIih-hh- . HICKIVrAN, KENTUCKY. B ANK hc Prices Hats. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 SolicltH your to MMtVMK our OiiHtoiuorH (JoiiHlstent with EritubliHhed lln ii ki ni; PrinuiplcH. IMtOFITM IO.OOfl. ,l l'MIVIIFI iiiohI Liberal AucotnniodationiWt offer tho - K.T.TVIjBK. .1. A. IIOLCOMM3. J. N'AYLOH, W. W. COWGILL, W. L. MoOUTOIIEN. M. B. ( DIK,EOTOK;S II. BALTZER SHAW. Ila lialf lonr alone are orib the ubcrip tion price It Ik made up of special article! by the belt literary latent, embrac ln(t a variety of current aubjectt of interest. Xewi fealnreaof are Illimlrnled and enlarged upon. For the benefit of the Udle llie liite'l l"l" lont are hand.omely Illustrated Tbe He public Sunday Magatlne ii alwj Inter-eiilnto every member of ibe faniiljr. Tbe aubicrlpiion prire of ihe SemL Weekly Hepublle li $1 00 per year. Tlie Hepublio Sunday Magntine is $1 -- 5 pr year Both papers are now bcinic ollered t the very low pri e of $1.00 jenr. To secure this low rale boili must be ordered and paid for at ihe tame lime. Address all orders to TUB KEI'UIILIC, St Louis, .Mo. UeTe 8nni)jr Matatine luitr-nlori- dition. rious. His condition is yet very preca- g Mr. Jorgculiausser Cash Book Store. in tho locul papers Used to Worry, Heudif-e liis mlvertlcsomctits didn't Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTI ONS, didn't hi'cui to ntlinot atteiilion and lielp liiiu to soil goods. store draw a crowd to hia NOW HE DON'T WORRY Heeause hu has found that hi oan tji't filty firat-ni- lf ads, I'liock full ol suggestions, tlie best thut arc in liii line in newspapers tlie eountrv over for a dollar mid that with their help it is mere play to arYou cun do the range ads which fill the bill to n All lines. Send u dollar to tfiiine. -- &c 'li? Call und see our Stock. Every thing up to date. "IV AD SUPPLY BUREAU, 8 Dt'vonMiiri li, "Bariiett, (Suooeasor lo Win. Dietelbrink.) UKALEa tN Mary Berkndes t Co. That Wilson's Book nnil Jewelry Store is Tho place to buy Christinas Presents. Everything now on display Hick man merchants have- received their Christmas goods m large consignments. Evidently a brisk holiday business is anticipated, as, in many instances purchases have been larger than usual. Mormon Roberts was compelled to i step asulo, being excluded from iu proceedings pending investigation. Tlie majority agaiust him was large, but his own speech was impressive and wou him trieuds. Don't bo fooled. Just think Buck will sell you a Watch or Clock, iu fact anything iu tho Jewelry lino cheaper than any one hero as the entire stock cost about COo on tho dollar. In choosing a Christmas gift for a friend what cau atlord more pleasant or lasting pleasuro than a subscription to tho Hickman Colmiier. There is no household in the county iu which it will not prove an inspiration. County t'lerk Luteii issued liceuso tins week as follows: Mr. John Pounds to Miss Kate McGee, on theiiOth ultj J. II Provow to Miv, R. r J. Williams, on Urd Inst ; F II to Miss Dora t arver, on Ord iust We Sell more Dolls than any ono else in town. Why? Bee.tuso our prices are always right. Call early to get first WltON S choico. Book aud Jewelry Store The President's messago appears in full in the ourier, this week. If you want an intelligent comprehension ot public affairs it will bo well to read tho full document. If prcsed for time you cau read the salient points of tho messaue as tmunuurized iu another part of tho paper. partici-putitu- Don't l'nu Forgi'l It ! FAULKNEBS WALTERS. THE OPENING UP CONGRESS. About 4 o'clock last evening Mr, J. Faulkuer aud Miss Minnie Walters, The meeting of Congress was while seated in their buggy iu front of tho gate, were joined in in most respects a reproduction holy matrimony by Esq R. Polk. The groom appeared to bo 18, and tho brido of the usual scenes which are HI years old. Tnoy were from Fulton yearly enacted at this time, except Count' Ky , aud came hero to escapo thut the president's message waa uareutal objection. Union City Com. not, as usual, presented and read. Courier. Tills was ou account of the death court-house ' Literary, Juveniles or Gift Books, ex- Senate adjourning immediately afamine our stock. Our prices will do the ter organization out ot respect to Wilson's, rest. bis memory. Books aud Jewelry. If You Want ItookN, of Vice President Hobart, tbe gjT mar-ring- o St., ltoom 2-- BOSTON", MASS. Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Dll. S. K. DAVIDSONl KBNTUOKY H. P, REMLEY, rK Fancy Groceries aud anan's. Provisions, lOiVMArV, Attorney a -up-Btulr- w. IIIUIC.MAN, Oflloo Holcombo Build- - KEtmt Jl HICKMAN, EENrUOKY. mc w nm,ip i4Uf .IVIilS ' rivnia ' Olllni' ovor Uo weill & Oowglll'8 Teiepnonerxjinre imivi Will practice lu Ml Uomrta of th( Htate, laeuar?jTil Druir Store, -- T t I "j fitted accurately aud scientifically. graduate Optician, ot Peoria, 111., will give his personal attention to this worn, aud wo guarantee perfect satisfaction. Eyes tested freo of charge. Wilson's, Books ana Jewelry. Concerning bachelors, au exchango boldly attacks that tribe as follows: A bachelor is a coward aud failure ; ho shaves and primps, but is too cowardly to put bis arms around success aud press it to liis bosom Will you be mine? you tiro mine. He resolves to marry every day for fortv years, but when tho hour arrives for tlio duel, when iu tho presence of trembling rosy checks, when beauty shakes ner curls, his courage all oozes aud he tlces tho field aud dies Buch- without learning of u cowpath that Better bo old leads to matrimony darkey Runtus in his cabin whero he holds old Uinu's baud and asks ''who's The Courier is informed that Gov sweet?" and Dinah drops her head ou ernment engineers will bo iu Hiokmau his shoulder and says ''liofo of us." soon to make a survey and estimate of the Hickman aud Tiptonvlllo Lovco. It is not understood that tho Government All persons indebted to Sanders & has yet madu an allotment, but that a. mver uomnnssiou is causing tno Rcovqh by note or otherwise as tlio parvey to bo mude as a basis for tho per comes duo, are respectfully requesternmeut s cxicuuiuc am lowarus ed to camo aud settle tlie same with Sopt. il, E. E. REEVES Hi CO. ug tho loyep Bee-ve- "The melancholy days havo como, tho saddest of tho year," when tho change of underwear keeps tho houso iu constant fear ; when thoughts of tlie measly stovepipe causo a man to wonder how he's going to do it justly aud keep his Christian vow ; when tho phantom of a coal bill as it appears to the business eye will make him forget tho Maine, as it knocks his accounts sky iiigii ; mid frost atid rain, storm and snow, some days warm aud sonio days murky, ho wonders whero iu thunder he'll get a big fat Christmas turkey. efflu Optical work a specialty. Glassfro-que- es Mr. B. W. Post, B. The most important questions which will come up will of course be (he colonial ones, regarding Cuba, Porto Rico and tbe Philippines. Porto Rico is already ilpe for action by Congress, and a plan for its government will no doubt be considered at an early date. The currency question will of course boa theme of heated debate, aud it is extremely doubtful if the Republicans, despite their protests of affectation f r the gold dollar, will pass the bill as outlined by the Congressional Committee, which has had tho framing of Mb charge all summer- The Center. The Covington Commonwealth says: "According to surveyors, Ihe center of the state Is located in Gin run! county, about four miles west of Lancaster. A new dwelling is being erected on this spot, ond it will make tbe rest deuce somewhat interesting, as the magic center of Kentucky, and the undoubted hub of the un- iverse.' Willi Paper Cheap. spo-clal Notice. Wall Paper and Border for medium sized room, $1.00. We uro making prices iu order to reduce stock. Wilson's Book Stork. Humpoldt, Tenn., Ih on a ure enough boom and will sonti have a 5.000 spindle cotton mill In operation. Application has already been made for a charier, iaW V L I Wi'ti" A Dr. RIGHTEOUS EARTH. Talmago Discourses on World as It Will Be. tTie Imnrnv oiiipnt h lltimnn Conditions Aflor II linn Horn llcv oliitlunUed for tlootl Olorlr of the Co mine Cenlnry. Copyright, 1839. b Louis Klopsch. By a novel mode Dr. T.nlmngc in tills discourse show s how the w orld will look alter it has been revolutionized for tcxt,2Petcr3:13: "Anewenrth, v herein dwelleth righteousness." gopd; Iv I. L get depressed with the obstacles to be and the work to be accomplished. Will it not be a tonic and an inspiration to look at the world na it will be when it has been brought back to paradisaical condition? So ietns foi a few moments transport ourselves into the future and put ourselvos forward in the centuries and sec the world in its rescued and perfected state, as we will tec It if In those times we. arc permitted to revisit this planet, as I am sure wc will. We all want to seethe world after it has been thoroughly Gospelized and all wrongs have been righted. We will want to come back, and we will come back to look upon the refulgent consummation toward which we have been on larger or smaller scales toiling. Having beard the opening of the orchestra on whose strings somo discords traveled, we will want to hear the last triumphant bar of the perfect oratorio. Having seen the picture as the painter drew its first outlines upon cant as. we will want to see it when it U n.s complete as "Descent from the Cross" or Michael Angelo's "Last Judgment." Having seen the world under the gleam of the star of Bethlehem, we will want to see It when, under the full shining of the sun of righteousness, tho towers noun. snail striicc Alighted on the redeemed earth, we are first accosted by the spirit of the twenty-firs- t century, who proposes to guide and show us all that we desire to see. Without his guidance we would lose our way, for the world is so much changed from the time when wc lived in it. First of nil, he points out to us a group of abandoned buildings. We cenask this spirit of the twenty-firs- t tury: "What are those structures whose walls are fulling down and whose gates aro rusted ou the hinges?" Our escort tells us: "Those were once penitentiaries filled with offenders, but the crime of the world has died out. Theft and arson and fraud and violence have quitted the enrth. People have all they want, and why should they appropriate the property of 'others even If they had the desire? Tho marauders, the assna-6inthe buccaneers, the Ilerods, the Kan a. Sahibs, (he ruffians, the bandits. w. jgwi mt BiMywy wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 01 ine inrtsuan reunion, ore nuw beneficent and useful. '"After passing on amid columns and statues erected in memory of those who have been mighty for goodness in the world's history, the highest and tha most exquisitely sculptured those in honor of such as hate been most effectual in saving life or improving life rather than those renowned for destroying life, wc come upon another group of buildings that must have been transformed from their original shape and adapted to other uses. "What is all this?" we ask our escort. He answers: "Those were almshouses and hospitah, but accuracy in making and prudence in running machinery of nil sorts have almost abolished the list of casualties, and sobriety and industry have nearly abolished pauperism, so that tliose buildings which once were hospitals and almshouses have been turned into beautiful homes for the less prospered, and if you will look in you will see the poorest table has abundance, and the (smallest wardrobe luxury, and the harp, waiting to have its strings thrummed leaning against the piano, waiting for Its keys to be fingered. "Hospitals and almshouses must have been a necessity once, but they would be useless now. And you see all tho swamps have been drained, the sewerage of the great towns has been perfected, nnd the world's climate is so improved that there are no pneumonias to come out of the cold, or rheumatisms out of tho dampness., or fevers out of the heat. Consumptions banished, pneumonlns banished, diphthcrin banished, ophthalmia banished, neuralgia banished. As near as I can tell from w hat 1 have read, our atmosphere of this century is it mingling of the two months of liny and October of the nineteenth century." And w'e believe what our escort says, for as wo pass on we find health glowing in every cheek nnd beaming in every eye nnd springing in every step nnd urticulating in every utterance, and yci nnd I whisper to each other as our escort lins his attention drawn to some new sunrise upon the morning sky, nnd wo say, each to the other: "Who would .believe that this is tho world we lived in over 100 years ago? Look at those men nnd women we pass on the road I I row Improved the Sueh beauty, such human race! strength, such gracefulness, such geniality! Faces without the mnrk of one sorrowl Checks Hint seem never to have been wet by one tear! A race subllmnted! A new world born!" Hut I say to our escort: "Did ail this merely happen so? Aro all the good here spontaneously good? How did you get the old shipwrecked world afloat again, out of the breakers into the smooth bens?" "No, no!" responds our twenty-firs- t century escort. "Do you see those towers? Those arc tha lowers of churches, towers of reformatory institutions, towers of Christian schools. Walk with me, nnd let us enter sonic of these temples," Wo enter, und r find that the music is in the major key nnd none or It in t'.ie overcome Keu-ben- 's i- -ai Down in the struggle to miike the world better and happier we sometimes s, i g I above "(llorln In Kxcelsls." Tremolo stop In tho organ not so much used as tho trumpet stop. More of Ariel than of Naomi. More chants thnn dirges. Not u thin song, the words of which no one understands on tho lip of a soloist, but mighty harmonies that roll from outside door to chancel nnd from iloor to grained rafter ns though Handel hud come out of the eighteenth century into the twenty-fnnd had his foot on tho organ irst pedal, nnd Thomas Hastings had come out of tho early part of the nineteenth nnd were century Into tho twenty-firs- t leading the voices. Music that moves tho enrth ami makes Ilea en listen. cenHut I say to our Ivventy-llrs- t tury escort: "I cannot understand this. Have these worshipers no sorrows, or have they forgotten their sorrows?" Our escort responds: "Sorrows! Why, they had sorrows more than you could count, but by n divine Illumination that the eighteenth nnd nineteenth centuries never enjoyed they understand tho uses of sorrow ami arc comforted with n supernatural condolence such ns previous centuries neer experienced." I ask again of the Interpreter: "Hns death been banished from the world?" The answer is: "No, but people die now only when the physical machine ry Is worn out, and they realize it i" time to go nnd thnt they are certnln-l- y nnd without doubt going into n world where they will bo Infinitely better off nnd are to livo In u mansion that nwaits their Immediate occupancy." "But hoW'wns nil this effected?" 1 ask our escort. Answer: "By floods of Gospel power. You who lived in the nineteenth century never saw n revival of religion to be compared with what occurred In the latter part of the twentieth and the early century. The part of the twenty-firs- t prophecy has been fulfilled that 'a nation thnll be born in a day' that is, ten or twenty or forty million people converted in 21 hours. In our church history we read of the great 1837, when 500,000 souls were saved. But that was only n drop of the coming showers that since then took into the kingdom of Ood everything between the Atlantic and the Pacific, between the Pyrenees nnd the llimalnjas." The evils that good people were in the nineteenth century trying to destroy Iilvc been overcome What human by celestial forces. weaponry fnlled to accomplish has been done by omnipotent thunderbolts. As you nnd I see in this terrestrial visitation of the coining centuries thai the church lias underCod accomplished so much, we nsk our iseort. the spirit of century, to show us the the twenty-firs- t different kinds of churches. So we are taken In and out of the churches of different denominations, and wv find that they are just as different In the. twenty-fircentury ns they were different, in In the nineteenth when wo But wc enter the Baptist church, and It is baptismal dny, and wc see the candidates for membership immersed. And wc go Into n Presbyterian church and see n group of parents around the baptismal font holding up their children for the christening. And we enter the Episcopal church and hear the solemn roll of her liturgies, nnd her ministers arc gained and surpliccd. And wc enter the Lutheran church, and we hearin the sermon preached the doctrines of the greatest of German reformers. And we go into the Methodist church just in time to sit down at a love feast niul give audible "Amen" when the service stirs us. At least 50 kinds of churches in the twenty-firs- t century, as there were 150 different kinds of churches in the nineteenth century. "But what is yonder row of buildings, majestic for architecture?" Tho spirit century says: of the twenty-firs- t "Those are our legislative halls and places of public trust, and if you would like It I will show you the political circles, the modes of preferment, the styles of election, the character of public men in this century." "Thank you," I reply. "I can easily understand how would improve individual life and social life nnd commercial life, but I would Wee to set what it can do for political life." "Let me tell 3011." sa.vs century, the Bpirit of the twenty-firs- t "that I have read about political chicanery nnd corruption of more thnn 100 years ago the nineteenth century, in which you lived here but the low political caucus has gone from the face of the earth, nnd the stuffed ballot box, and the bribery by money and by promise of office, and the jobs got through legislatures and congresses b.v lobbyists. We hnve nothing liken Credit scandal, or those harbor and river appropriations, the most of which never Improved the harbors or rivers, or speeches to kill time nnd prevent a vote, or promotion to high place of political accidents, and the only horses we liuvc now boss because they have more brain and purity than those who nre bossed. 'Hie money barrel to buy votes and to decide who shall be elected did not roll into this century. AH those in high office in township, state and nation arc men superior for Intelligence and sn- ffrnthvnnil Tnnrnl .wintnTttnn t nti.1 (linntc for the posts they occupy. All Intrigue nnd Machiavellsm and temporlatlon nwnk-cningst wqn-hlpeMo-blli- er men as were in jour conpi parliaments nnd rclchstuga po us exceptions of btntcsmansr 'ARTY. Scheme Mctlioil of Hie llepnb- riunn- - BOND MANIPULATION. PUNGENT PAU,iGRAPiIS. llovr JjaCJtii?M.rJttnn,i patriotism and public spirited elcrlttS', eloquence nnd moral power wo be pointed out now, for nil our has etAife to llcht that, the Ood nnd 1 men nre thus characterised. nlltv nartv is not in perfect accord has been swept, gnrnlbhcd, glor th itself on a question of high flnnn- ennobled, until nothing more is t al mornlltr. There Is agreement upon desired. Wnlk through nil nldcrnin the ircncrnl nronobltlon thnt there can and gu councils nnd sheriffalties be no real financial morality without the notorial rooms nnd presidential ma that there is slons and find the truth of whntl,tlje gold standard, but after of the differdivergence. Tho nature "otury, te'll spirit of the twenty-firs- t understood from a you, who were of the nlneteer.tiz cen- ence can best bo on terrestrial statement of facta. tury and now conic down In aecordanco with the general prinj visitation." of the nation, its But we cannot stay long here, for ciple thnt the honor credit nnd IU financial well being deit Is almost, time for us to retrace cur all obligations of the United way heavenward. This voluntary exile mand that be paid In gold unless otherStates shall must soon end. And, pausing out, we expressly stipulated in the congo through a nntlounl museum, where wise tract, and that all possible doubt upon we are shown among the curiosities an point shall be removed, tho house eufield rifle, it howitzer, n hotchkisa that caucus committee has framed a Dill deshell, nn ambulance curiosities of thai plainly that gold Is tho sole age, but, nlasl no curiosity to us of the claring of vnluw In this country nnd standard nineteenth century, for some of our all bonds and other pecuniary oblown kindred went down under their thnt igation, except ns above stated, arc. paystroke or were carried off the field by able in gold. those wheels. d that looks very direct and straight-forward- . "But," I say to our escort, tho spirH. Upon the general principle of the twenty first century, nnd you and laid down there should be no objection 1 say to each other, "wc must go home to it. But we hear that the thrifty renow, back again to Heaven. We hare publicans of the senate do object very stnld long enough on this terrestrial MrnuoiisIy. They tny that if they visitation to see that all the best things should concur In the passage of a house foretold In the Scriptures and which lull containing radical gold standard we rend during our earthly residence provision "they would destroy one of have come to pass, nnd nil the Dnvldlc, the best means of refunding the debt Solomonic nnd Pnullnian nnd Johnn-iicn- n rtt lower rates." Therefore they "pro-poprophecies hnve been fulfilled, an2 to apply the gold standard to futhat the earth, instead of being n ghtuj ture issues and provide at once for new ly failure, Is the mightiest success In gold bonds nt n low Interest rnte which the universe. A star redeemed. TA could readily be exchnnged for tho presplanet rescued! A world raved! ,It ent high-ratshort-tim- e coin bonds." started with n garden, and It is going io So the house will virtually pass thernd-ir.i- l close with n garden. What a happiness gold standard bill, but the senate that wc could have seen this old world will prudently modlf.v It In such wise after it was righted nnd before It that the holder of exUtlng bonds will burned, for Its internal fires have nmr-l- y think it prudent to exchange them for burned out to the crust, uccon!ug new ones expressly payable In gold. io the geologist, making It easy for f he That Is to say, it is very Immoral and theologian to believe in the coullnpfm-Ho- dishonorable to pretend that exltting that the Bible predicts. One ele- hoi i!s maybe paid in silver, and iu order ment taken from the water and that to 4fctabllh the national en tilt nnd will burn, and another element taken all suspicion of a disposition tore-pufrom the nir nnd that will burn, and n te the just obligations of the surrounding planets will watch this old Is necessary to pass u bllldeclar-- , ship of n world on fire nnd wonder If all g M.at all the bonds nre payable In Its passengers got safely off. Hefore At the same time it is entirely that planetary catastrophe, hie us Iwck moral so to frame the bill as to make to lTcnvcn. Farewell, spirit of the holier of those bonds think they nre twenty first century! Thanks for jour (.able to be pnid in silver, and therefore guidance! Wc can stay no lo: gcr that 'hejicst tliirg they enn do is toex- nwny from do.xologies that never end, .for new ones which arecr- in temples never closed, In a day tint itraBBBBBnTalc in gold. has no sundown. We must report to the jrds, the republican potl- immortnls around the throne tho existing bonds were transformations we hnve seen, tha vie in gold, and that torles of truth ou land and sea h that It Is grossly im- hemispheres irradiated, ami XJT ' ns to suggest tliat they the throne of enrth, ns 1L, HbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHi silver without dishonor; throne of Heaven ely mornl to scare holders And now you nnd I hi Irlng them In exchange for cort na wc osceud, for ng n lower rate of interest itatioti has no now cr 11 e, Up tho AlMilMllrnllon Help ' Hpee!- Tlilnu lulor. A Discrepancy.- - -- "Wndslelgh says lie "Iltn IM ! naif.tr liuiLi't tilt tllWlK." That's tine of 'em." Hvdney Town and n re-mo- w ot nn-'io- 1 g-- -- 1 CVidn inlnir. "rJlori.i In lnsls" rlit:g was buried 50 years ngo, the preacher officiating at the obsequies taking for Ills text Proverbs 10:7: 'The name of the wicked shall rot,' or Jeremiah 19:22: 'He shall lie buried with the burial of nn nss, drawn and cast forth beyond the gates of Jerusalem.' Our laws are good nnd well executed. Men do not in our century have to wnde chin deep through moral slush r. order to gain office. The word 'polities,' which in your century, the nineteenth, often stood for chicanery and falsehood and billingsgutc nnd mornl turpitude and filth, now standi for hjmnr and justice Such nnd truth nnd rightcousnrES. are gone. "The last corrupt judge of election for the notes they would tuVetUcmtc the treasury and get'bond. Thus tin' splendors, which c RC in that In taking this poaimoney market would always bo rosy by mortal tongue, we republicans give away their nnd the government would never b higher, till wc reach matter of morals altogether forced to chaffer for its own iccurlties ns it opens for our their staud on the lower level The. 51.OJ0.OI3.S50 of bonds we had questions greet us from If existing bonds are unques- - outstanding w hen Scretnry Gage made "What Is the news? What did payable In gold it is morally offer cost us $t0,3t7,S70,S0 a year in in that earthly tower? What nave VOilaT.t.tMIV to pretend that they aro not In his Interest. Under the other arrangement to report in this city of tho sua? cr to frighten holders Into giving charge would Ik Prophetic, apostolic, saintly Inquiry. them up for less than bonds so payable the annual Interest nt the outside, ami less than $21,000,000 And, standing on the steps of the are worth, and If they nre not so payable might run down to nothing, If the deof many mansions, we cry aloud nil the republican outcry unlnst thofc house mand for currency were sufficient. the news: "Hear it, nil ye glorified who hnve proposed to pay thnn In silver What doe the democratic pnrty thins Christian workers of all the past has locn mere hypocrisy. If the senutc of currency reform ns one cX the issu't sucWe found your work was scheme is to tc ndoptrd it will be In or- of next year's campaign? N. Y. Jourcessful, whether on enrth you tolled der for the republicans to descend from nal. with koltting needle, or rung n trowel their high moral home. Chicago Chronon a rising wall, or smote n shoe last, icle FRIGHTENED REPUBLICANS. or endowed university, or swayed a POINTED PARAGRAPHS. scepter; whether on earth you gave Ilrailll of the l.ntr Hlrellnn Crral. n cup of cold water in the name of n IT a Hi l'nrnliira In Judging from whnt Senator Bandisciple, or at fotne Pentecost prenched Tlirlr HnnU. na said in the Ohio campaign the repub3,000 souls into the kingdom. to "In thnt world wc have just visited lican pnrty intends thedud very tenderEvidently the republicans, no mntter ly with trusts in campaign next wilthe deserts an all abloom, nnd the year. The democratic party can do no how much they tuny whistle to keep dernesses nre bright with fountains. wiser thing than to take its stnud their courage up, arc pretty thoroughly Sin Is extirpated. Crime Is reformed. against trusts. It can afford to rest frightened over the results of tho reDisense Is cured. The nice is emancof winning the election 011 cent elections. ipated.' 'The earth is full of the knout-edg- e Its chances Kenll.tng the fact that Bryan has that one ismr. Savniiiinh News. of God. ns tho waters cover tho gnlnrd ground rnpliUy nnd thnt even Secretary Gage condemned us Mclvlnley's home state is lit danger, the sea.' 'The redeemed of the I.ord have come to Zion with songs and everlast- "sentimental agitation" on .Monday the republicans nre now- - talking about an ing joy upon their heads.' The Lord demand he yielded to ou Wednesday. early convention. God Omnipotent rcigncth, and the Itesult: Speculators were enabled to Kecnlllng the history of the last preskingdoms of tho world hnve lweoinu clean up, by a rise in stocks in WaP idential election nnd the amount of $13,1)21,310. While this acthe kingdoms of our Lord Jesus street, just time, money nnd printing It took to Christ.' Let the harpers of Heaven tion, which necessitated a sudden stein the tide of Brynn's eloquence, the change of front, has been severely critstrike the glad tidings from tlicstrings republican national committee is said of their harps, and the trumpeters icised, Secretary Gage accepts the full to lie unanimously in favor of calling responsibility. Toledo Commercial. put them in the mouth of their trumthe national convention together early "Hauna must go!" is the watchpets, nnd the orchestra roll them Into in June. the grand march of the eternities, and word. It was uttered In whispers at Another "campaign of education" ull the cnthedral towers of tho great first, but now it is shouted through must be fought, the trusts must be got capital of the universe chime, them nil megaphones. But Mr. Hauna hns a deaf in line nnd "milked" to the Inst drop In ear for such voices and over Heaven." the way of contributions to the oorruti-tlo- n keeps his mouth.shut and looks And now I look up nnd see tho castfund nnd documents "explaining" ing down at the be jeweled and rail Inn t wise. It Is not forgotten that the pres- the policy of Imperialism must be precrowns tit the sacred feet of the en- ident acted like a rock for Alger up ton pared, and It takes time to do nil this. throned Jesus. Misslonnry Cnrey Is certain time and then turned him down Of course, o long campaign will discasting down before those feet the because the irressurc to dismiss hint "for turb business, but the republicans will crown of India saved. Missionary Jud-so- the good of the party" became too hnve nil the business they enn tnkecaro is casting down the crown of Bur- strong. Cleveland I'lnin Dealer. of In nn cndcnTor to make the people If hostile politicians in Hannn's believe thnt there nre no trusts in tills ma saved. Misslonnry Abecl ousting attempt too persistently to drive country, nnd that trusts ore a good down the crown of China saved. David party Livingston casting down tit those feet him from the helm Mclvlnley's sense of tiling, anyhow. the crown of Africa saved. Misslon- obligation may be appealed to by the Time will nlso be required to demonnry Brnlnerd casting down the crown man who, more than anyone else, strate thnt the declaration of Independcandidate for ence is nn nntiqunted document not aborigines snved. brought him out ns of this country's Souls that went up from nil the de- president and secured his nomination worth regarding by ndvnncedi thinkers nominations In America In holy riv- and election. An appeal on this ground nnd ardent Imperialists sucli as make alry, seeking which could soonest cast made to the. president cannot go un- up the firm of Banna, McKInley A Co. down the crown of this continent at heeded without laying "the chosen inTherefore nn early meeting of the tho Saviour's ice.t, and America saved. strument of destiny und duty" open to nntlounl republican convention Is to be of unrequited nftcotlon and called by the frightened memliern of But often you and I, who were com- a charge panions in that expedition from base ingratitude. St. Louis Republic. the McKInley cabal. Chicago DemoIt will be remarkable, now that crat. Heaven to earth, seated on tho green bnnk of tho river that rolls through the people have given the repuhlienn Tho men with dinner buckets, the paradise of God, will talk over leoders a free hand In congress, If they the scenes wo witnessed in that pnrcn shall not proceed to hang themneives. who nre the professed objects of Mr. Mcthesis of heavenly bliss, In thnt vac; The Nicaragua cannl project, the snip lvlnley's tender solicitude sntl In whose ing subsidy speculation, the trinptn- - behalf he advocates the policy or proHon from the skies, In our terrcstrl tection, help to pay the mormons proi on to loot our new Island possession vlsltntlon wo who were early re 1 the danger nlvvnys Incident In a f ull Its enjoyed by the producers of tin dents In the nineteenth century, lsury nnd a practiced and hungry plate, amounting in some InMnnces, to eorted liy the Bpirit of tho tw y of schemers who Jinve fattened 100 per cent. Thus the contributions first century, when we rnvr wha to the republican campaign fund are joternincnt largesses and text describes1 as "a new earth,, will make the coming scs- - swelled by tho wage earners, who nre In dwellcth righteousness." "0 ongresj periMis lor wic coun- - compelled to pay more thnn Is just for to the Father nnd to the So, ICecd lias re-- everything they use for the benefit, ns the Holy Ghojfluut was in Mr. McKInley puts it, of American lay ndercru? ning, is n bcr. Kansas City Star. without - tjH ta&lK uBI reTCH jummm ccn-turie- sl tnrM mmli Mfc!l2Mcin&lii . Wrr - the circumstances under which the operation Is to be performed do not spenk very forcibly for the Intelligence of our financial policy, however eloquently they may tell of the astuteness of the individuals who profit by It, The scctetary of the treasury has offered to buy bonds to the amount of $25,000,000 to case the money market. He proposes to pay 112 for four, per cents, of 1007, or 111 for live per cents, of 1001. That would release from $27,750,-00to $2S,187,500, If the bondholders should nvnll themselves of the offer to its fullest extent. Looking nt the mntter merely with refcrcnae, to the present point of time, the secretary's proposition Is advantageous to the government. The money Is lying Idle In the treasury, nnd by using it In this way we shall save about $1,000,000 a year In Inteteit. But how does that money happen to be In the treasury. It Is There because this administration and its prcdeccssori Issued bonds for It. The four per cents, for which Secretary Gage Is now offering 112 were originally issued at par. That Is t o say, t he gov eminent proposes to pay back $!,12750 for every $1,000,-00- 0 It "received, tifter having already paid $550,000 In Interest. Ou some of the other loans the showing is even worse. Four years ago President. Cleveland sold $42,315,400 of foui per cents, of 1025 to the syndicate nt a fraction over 101 If the government, should try to buy it would back any of those bonds have to'pay 1301'. It Is not enough for tho government to buy or sell bonds whenever it suits the convenience of Mr. Morgan nnd the Interests he represent It must also buy denr and sell cheap. Suppose Instead of this clumsy bond arrangement we had n postnl savings bank with $1,000,000,000 of deposits. Then, If tho government had more money on hand than It needed, nnd wnnted to get some of it Into circulation, till It would huve to do would be to reduce the rate of Interest. As the Interest went down the deposits would tlow out. When the process had koiic on long enough It could lie chicked by rim-plfixing the into of Interest at tlit point nt which deposits equaled withdrawals. Or suppose we hsd the Interconvertible bond system. There would be nc premiums then nnd no lomcs to the gov. eminent on purchases aim sates 01 bonds. When money became so scare that It was worth more than the two per cent, paid by the government th holders of bonds would simply tnkt them to the treasury nnd receive notti 0 Morgan-Belmont to-da- y y For the first time in ten years the gov eminent is about to reduce Its bonded debt. Thnt is gratifying, of course, but Country Journal. "We're in a pickle now," said n innn In a crowd. "A regular jam," snid "Heaven preserve us," exclaimed uu old lady. Columbu State Journal. "You referred to your friend us n dead game sport kiniin?" "Yes; he nlvvayn Dead buys his birds In tho market. game Is his specialty." Washington Stnr. After the Green Apple. "Arc you In pain, my little niniiV" asked the kind old gentleman. "No," answered the boy. "The pain's In me." Sydney Town and Country Journal. "What are you going to be when you are. man, Tommy?" "I'm going to work till get money enough to buy a candy store, an' thru I won't do n thing." St. Louis Bepublle. Doting Miiuimn- - "Itodney, dear, lo. morrow is your birthday. What would you like best?" Kodnry, dear (altera brief season of cogitation) "I think I'd like to sec the sehoolhouse burn down." Melbourne Weekly Time. "Here, here!" cried the editor; "what do you mean by snjlng 'the prisoner Hint's Inuglied alontl for mercy? exactly what he did," replied the reporter. "The judge had just made a silly joke at his expense." London r. 1 enn-nlb- s. "And who wss the gentleman we hnd Inquired the nt dinner king. "He was n minister, sire." 'Indeed nnd Indeed," ejaculated the potentate, smacking his lips; "he win. moht no mi Hilly a prime minister." Town Topics. Wife "That pre ntldlgltntor did some wonderful tricks." Husbnd-"Ah.n- iid what wns one of them?" Wife "He sked if anyone hnd fW. nnd Il had, nnd to fill. I... ntil In. tntilil 1'hntiL'C t And he did. und here are- the lie to prove ,... ..' ... ItOSItltl, It, rei nl Ill-Il- - EXPERT AT WEIGHT. Alillllr lo Uiir ! lutiee la llnr ol Hie ArriMiiill'liiiiinta of .Mont Hotelier. of course, ami he It is Ms become expert nt it, n a man mlfc'hl lHn work, but tkrututower wJmjjnijs any attention to It Rt H 1 ur to be bwle, rtn- 4.ir ,iw.iir .i nu further um 11 1 11 .VI Interested, nevertheless. In the accuracy with whieh the butohrrout.olT Jim the required amount of meat. Whether it is two jwitmls of steak, or four iKiunds of chops, or ilx jKiunds of corned beef, it's all the same to htm. He cuts without long dwelling upon where to set the knives. He siloes nwny ort of cnnual like and plies the saw, and lays the meat on the scalrs, anil it doe nol vary more than a quarter or a half jKiuntl from the weight required, that iiu,,(u- .u htavlest piece, and on the riiiiiei within an outSca ilnbiMor two, or hit It right on the nail. A man, for Instance, ejv 'slo a butcher shop nnd asks for three and n half or four pounds of, say, corn beef. The butchrr gets a big piece out of the pickle, luys It on a block, and picks up a knife, and, without the slightest hesitation, with one stroug, smooth sweep, cr.tk off a piece, which he In) son the sanies. It weighs three pounds and it i In weight exactly midway between the limits set. The expert butcher gets hl nhlllty to no tins naturniiy cnoi!ii, irmii gixxi judgment to start with, bucked up by long experience, but vviien he cut things ns close ns thU, even the customer familiar with hU skill looks upon his ns a wizard. Cleveland I'lnin Dealer. thrrc-qunrtrr; gf Pn-slden- t Me-Kinl- u Uovnlril Svrattrli. prUcd autographs In th world are those of Shakespeare. Only seven are tiuiined to exist, three slg. nature to hU will (each with a differ, cut spelling, two to uuuveanccs of property, one In the folio edition of hit pluys (doubtful) nnd one lu a Tudof translation of .Montaigne. This last i in the British museum, and cost over J.00O guineas. One thoiiAand guineas wns the price given by the late Mr. Al fretl Morrison, of Curl ton House terrace, for an autograph letter written by Murle Stuart to the nrohhUhop of Ouise. This and two other letters (one to the pope and the other to the king of France) wcrt written by the u fortunate Queen of Scots ou the morning of her execution. The letter to the Flench king wan dvstroved during the days of Hie turror, while thnt to the pope Is still pevservvd at the Vatican. Thu bookniler. Bernard Qunrltch, gave il 1,000 for an autograph of Columbus, which wan exhibited nt tho world's fair at Chlcugo. A Chicago autograph de.1l1r is said to have offered to give 5100,000,. or over i!20,000, for n genuine nutogniph of Shakespeare if brought to him within a year of milking his offer. It was n safe bluff, for since the tragic fate of Chattcrtoii no forger hits cared to tackle the quaint scrawl of the Bard of Avon. Collier's Week- - Tit; Niime moftt 11 well-know- n 11 tils-anio- novvjBa Ton of Ammunition lo Our Moldler. Kngllshiuvu, whose sons aro now fnting the Boers In the Transvaal, an; getting what comfort they enn from statistics showing that there Is only one chance in thousand thai n sol dlcr will be killed in battle, and 'hat, on the average, a ton of ummuiiltlon is expended for every ninu shot. In the Crimean war, for example, a total ol nearly 05,000,000 shots were fired, with a resulting loss of life amounting to less tliuu 100,000, or one soldier killed to every 1,087 shots fired. During t) lnte civil war in thin country It took 2,200 hundred weight of nmmuuitlou. on the average, to kill a man. Further statistics show that of the woundu received In battle 15 per ccntA occur In the legs, 33 per cent. In. the abdomen, 21 per cent. In tha chest and jnly one per cent, la tJne beudr-Ccago Tribune, 11 Uh iiiiiiiiiiiBsBTaaalKaVPVVPlrlIPflM 'fliwTii t-r . PI I FROM ALL OVER CANVASSING THE VOTE. rllly.Onr. i.Mlir Counties In the Stnte Ciinlilril li) tlm Htm Hoard of I'.loolluii Ciiiiitiittsloiiurt. 1 1 II riiAMcpiniT, Ivy., Dec. C uV i (layle, of Owen county, was nominated for congress by tho Seventh district democratic convention Friday. The nomination was made on the 07th ballot. John It. Allcu broke tho deadlock which existed up to that time, by withdrawing and throwing his vote to Uaylc. Ira Julian followed, doing tho same thing, and Carle's nomination '.$ was made unanimous. Mr Hills. I.K.xi.noto.v, Ky., Dec 3. "I am custodian of thcuo returns," W. C. Owens, who defeated replied Mr. Flnley, "and as such I pre- Col. lireckinridgc in 15(04 and who fer to keep them in my own hands. 1 do not niran that the board wouid for bolted Ooebel this year, wan nominated by fusion of bolting democrats and rean Instntit mlsuso them, but as they publicans to succeed Congressman Setare In my charge, and I am responsible tle, deceased. for them, 1 can not give them up, except as they are required by the What a Monkey Wrancli Did. V board." IlorKiMivii.!.K, Ky., Dec. 2. An "They are tho property of the board, in tho Illinois Central I.nllroad Mr. Flnley," rrpllrd Mr. Bills, "and pumphousc at Cerulean Springs, Trigg tho board has all the right' In tho county, extdoded, demolishing tho world to have them one by one or all huildlug. Calvin Meacham, tho enat once, as It may elect. 1 am willing gineer, was screwing a nut on a bolt O Bronchitis, Uoarse- that you should bo Joint of and was badly scalded. A monkey ness. Asthma, Whooping- t Why do they call her a girl when Cincinnati, Decs. cough, Croup. Small doses ; quick, sure results. the records while they are in tho pos- wrench was blown from his hands and tle she is boss of the job? Chicago Chrouicle. ld E common I 3 75 it 4 40 Vr,uWsJWicureCbniliftatwn. Thai, to for je. session of the board, but 1 consider struck his w iib seirci ruicner..... hon on the head, CALVES-- llr to food light.. 0 T5 ft7S5 even that a concession on the part of fracturing the child's skull. He Is dy11U1S .oars-t.3 40 & 3 80 heavy 3 7.) U. 3 00 Ulxcd picker the board." ing. Tho explosion was caused by tho 3 W O 00 Uvhl ihippert I. tfliirnm Bil,V S1.EK1' Cuolie. "I must decline to hand them over." pipes being clogged from muddy Knowsrui 3 7i tt 390 just wli, a feP iija IjAUH Sirinir... Ci5 was Mr. llnloy's reply. "And request water. Tho engine was blow 1SO0 Issue were restru' VltiVK Winter p. tent ... 300 GKvlN - Vhrat-Icsto to consult with ray legal advis- yards. red. a cy vm in circulation. It Is 'issssssssssssLi . .N'aJred ... la, 150 166 MAMMOTH ors." 1. . .. total number was no sssssssssssssV rw."Y'fV: V n Hllv.., a siy IUIACUi.m,, Will 1'riilMliljr llftl.lln KonturUr. ?EST MADISON STS 'MAILORDER, Mr. Hills waived his hand In assent, n fund tiilinv linvo lii risssssssBsasmAiA.ltri. 61 w ip Sax FitA.NciHCO, Deo. 4- .- I'rivntu nd ill existence are wort and after a short ta.k with Augustus eholce.... ei3 5i HOUSE. (rtlO 00 vices fnun beoul state that the king of you may rest assured ilcss pi ri:.Wilson, of Louisville, the attorney & 4 vm 17 dairy U)iil S acting for tho republicans, Mr. Flnley lorca nus ollered .1,000 yen to the nioud dplloxs not met motlirr of larettcc Orcathouse. his long to WiiZiittle lot luriif.l around remarking: tofuQcr .. usvo I 40 Uli(l K.f mf brl "I will wa vo tho point Mr. Hills, late legal adviser, so that she may re- course some of them have CHICAGO. turn to her old home in Kentucky. green collectors ns orlgina here ore the returns," and ho handed 3 40 (4 03 Atthe Price, $14.25 for Our She will probably reside with the fam- myself the innocent cui'K BBBBBBBsS rt.. JvOrf heal rp.itcnt red them out. No. " "MELBA" Sewing Machine. 63 ily of her brother-in-law- , iiro serine... . Por- transaction only n few yen This was practically tho only e A machine equal friend of mine who lives in i 3u& toy, "0 2 OATW-Nto what others uro asking $25.00 to 15.00 oiHMirrcd during the day, ter. Mr. Grcathouso left a will, giving Mate, and who owns a gren 7 '.0 ii 9bO for. Guaranteed by us for 30 years from 1'OltK Menu., ur.'.l it was carried on without bitter nil his property, vnlucd at about S35,- 4 s5 a 6 ny, dnto of purchase, against any imperfecnnd beautiful coins, teleg lliTieflTBcl LAKD Steam 000, to his mother. tion in material or workmanship. Tba ness or discourtesy on either side. NKW YOlUv. one Uny asking whether $500 wns too stand Is made ot the best iron and U FLOt'R 365 (13W nicely proportioned. The cabinet work luteal Onco begun, tho canvass went on much for n genuine 1So4 dollar. I too'x WHEAT Winter red No, 2 7J 46 Ondldste to ContntU is perfect and is furnished in your cbolco COKN-rapidly. IS counties being disposed of Smlxod It for grunted that he knew tho facts ItVK of antique, oak or walnut. It has seven ii 40 . OnrLNiT. Ky., a Heprescnta-ttve-ele- nbout the issue, b'j k6 drawers all handsomely carved and with when the board adjourned at 1 o'clock. and, nfter puzzling over OATS Mixed ring pullg. The mechanJacob McDowell, of the S message for a considerable time, l'OKK New mess ical construction Is equal to that of 6 59 legislative district, has been the Orrtrrr. .Not .Sworn In. any machine regardless of price. All it concluded that it wns nn obscure joke worVliur parts aro of the best HALTIMOKE. (inr.KXur, Ky.. Dec, 6. Ilou. Jerry served with an ofllclal notice that his of some kind, and Unit I wns simply too tool steel, eTery bearing pcrfeotly tly S 10 B3M fitted and adjusted to as to make tho Walker has tiled notlco of contest sent will be contested by Jerc. Wklker, ' Mupld to see the point. So I wired back UKAIN Wtieut Na 2 red.. C8KJ6 runninr qualities the lightest, aaostper 70 boulbern against Ilcprescnlatlvc-clec- t Jacob the defeated canuiaate. vtalker nl- - ndvis nc him to huv n lnislm! n tlmt feet and nearest noLscleAa nt anv mnehlnn Corn Mixed 374 mads. This Snwinir Machine has all tho latest imprqrements. It makes perfect and uni-McDowell, in the Carter-Killo- u Oats So. 2 whito dis leges that, the election oflicers in live figure, and he promptly closed the deal. form LOCK STITCII anuwuiauuio oest woric on enuoriun iiguiescrausunsorneaioi 60 di Itvc cloths, Ills contest grounds arc that precincts In Carter and one In Elliott It turned out afterward that the coin CATTLE Na 2 western... trict. seams and rough places without skipping stitches. A full set of 4 First quality.. tt and enclosed in a handsome dcst Reel attactisaents. nicely HOUsj Western 450 were not sworn dn. Some excitement was n rcstrike, nnd my friend has never tho election oftlccrs in Enterprise. metal, lapnnned box, and a complete asaortsaant ot accessories aad book of bstructloa INDIANAPOLIS FURNISHED FRKU irith er.ch machine. quite forgiven me. Whnt deceived hlir. Upper Tygart, Oliver Hill aud prevails over tho matter. GRAIN-Wh- eat WeshlpthlsmachlneC.OJJ.enbJecttoapproTal.onreeeiptof two Na 2 red .... Rfl nAYQTRIAI was that the piece wns known positiveuu uhio ninu. dollars. If, on examination you aro l'lessanl Valley, were not sworn In. 32 that we ore saying Curo Na "mixed .Mutlier ami IUba Hurled. ly 1o have been locked up In nn old ehrst yoa$3or$30on agent's price, pay the balance and frelghtchari es then try Oats Na 2 mixed. it 1110 raactune. 11 notsatisaea any tune wunineuaayssena hrt mnrhtnA t Klk Slvmorlal fcar?lc. OwK.vruN, Ky., Dec. 2. The funeral nt Savannah since 1S12. That did uwaj LOUISVILLE. back to us at our expense and we will refund the full purchase price Lr.xi.OTO, Ky., Dec. 5- .- Tho me- of Mrs. Luclllo Allphin, the wife of with the counterfeit theory, nnd th FLOOH Winter patent Hi O J5i tn which it UaUet al lowtst whotasal prices ii 70 morial services of Lexington lodge No. the circuit clerk of Grant county, and only thing he was doubtful nbout was UKAIN Wheat No. 2 red.... Corn Mixed.... & 36H Uvrvthln0 to ttst wear and uac.is furnian Mixed the price." N. O. Oats 60, 1L P. O. Elks, were held iu the daughter of Re. J. A.'llcnsley, of ttA2CH POUK Mcss.. to 900 d on rectipt of only 105 to partly, pay AdOpera house bunday afternoon. Sweet Owen, occurred here Thursday LAKD Slcum C25 Sslafle or expressage and as cvidente .Hrrklnsr Hanlcrn Trrnsarr. ' dresses were madt! by CoL Cliarlcs L. afternoon. Tho remains of Mrs. All4oocl faith the I0?di allowed on first Soundings and divings nre tnkirj; f purchase amounting to !?? or above. V. phin and her Infant twins wcro burled jilnce nenr Jewel, of New Albany, Ind., and the island of Terschellin;. ni ou monthly BoctWY pwice mt fatTlp In the same colli u. .Ilogcrs Clay, of this city. In Ihe north of Holland, at the snot where u French warship sunk just 100 " w sufrouutllac. A t)aiuorallo Will sok urrni years ngo. She was loaded with silver Fuankkoiit, Ky., Dec. 3. A decision and gold to Mavsvii.i.u, K.. Dec a. James the amount of 40,000.0'ji J.sthbrook, wliove wife wan murdered was rendered by Judge Pnyntcr, of francs, or $8,000,000. The enptnln'. lop by Dick Coleman, haa routed his farm tho court of appeals Friday, which mentions the amount, and ns enrlj ns and advertised his household furni- cost the Taylor faction about 130 votes. 1S0O French sailors succeeded in bringture, farming implements and stock A matter too small to effect tho final ing to the surface n box containing Judge Paynter dissolved the 1,500,000 francs' worth of gold and silfor sale. lie says he can uo longer result. five about tho place on account of his temporary injunction secured by Tay- ver Ingots. In 1S5C nnd 1SC0 n private printed In ten cofofs, feacfy for wilfe's murder there about two mouths lor's attorneys restraining thn election undertaking succeeded In raising anframing:, will be given free to any person who will send a quarter for ugu by the negro now iu the Covington board of Harrison county from certi- other 1,250,000 francs value. The war1 Three Months' subscription to fying the vote of that county as made ship sunk In 230 feet of water nnrl jail. Tizzy? Then vour liver Isn't Demorest's Family Magazine, the up ly tho local board, ono precinct divers have great dllllculty In working Via the Santa Fe Route. acting well. You suft'erfrom biliousgreat paper for borne life. ThouMurlUm IM.niYcrj. having been thrown out because of ir- nx such ii depth. Dynuinlte is now beness, constipation. Aver's Pills act Three times n week from Chicago sands subscribe for Demorest's as ing used to lirruk up the iron l.fiUi&vn.i.K, Ky., Dec. &. The family o directly on the liver. For 60 years and Kansas City. regularities. a gift to their daughters. Dcrco- Tho dissolution of tho 1 Chronicle. of John .Montgomery was found, Twice n week from St. Paul and the Standard Family Pill. Small rest s la the great injunction is a democratic success. Minneapolis. doses cure. 25c. All druggists. together In ouu small room, with American authorillUtnrlr Tree for Vnlley Force. Oncwa week from St. Louis and ty oa Fashions. For one. child dead of scarlet fever, thrco Met Ihrlr Doutli In Moltnu llrtnl. . Some time ngo the Centennlnl nnd llOblOll. 11 forty years it has Waut your mouiuctio or beard a bcuUfut J WiDPiJtsiioiio, others ill of tho same disease, aud the Ky., Dec Memorial iissoelntlon of Vnlle. Forge improved In urown or rich Mack? Then uifl been read In the Pullman tourist sleeping cars. mother and father sick. The family bolting of furnace No. 1 gave way addressed let tern to the governors of MiniflNnUAM'Q IWC for tho best families of America, and has Whl&l.ora Better than ever before, at lowest had uo lire, had been almost without Monday, precipitating the ontim the 13 original stntCH asking each of done more to educate women In possible rates. Co KatMoa, Hah f riu4ViTt, m true love of good literature than food for u week, aud none of them hail molten mass on the laborers. Munroa them to furnish n tree from some hisHxperieuccil excursion conductors. any other magazine. The special medical intention. They wcro taken Similer and Washburn Hnnkh were toric spot to benutify the grounds. In Also dailv service between Chicago offer of these two great pictures and California, 1 in cluirgv by the charity organization. burnt to n crisp before their bodlei response to the letter sent to him Gov. Correspondence solicited. ana 1 uree montns" subscription lo I Wolcott of Massachusetts has directed could be gotten out T. A. GRADY. Demorest's for 25c is made for 60 1,'lnjirr .Murrlnl the trniiR)lnnting4o Valley Forge of n lUnaser California Tourtit 8(rTU-c-, l to Another I'uiitlnn. The Atchison, Topela S, Santa f e Railway, p I.i:lfwtuo.v, Ky., Due 1!. -- J. II. tree from n nursery within n short "After I wua Injured lo try Write at once. aV LfixiNOTo.v, Adams Street. CHICAGO. Ky., Dec 5. Albert I will noTerbo wlitioutlheni In tho home. nud Miss Luna It. Hurst, of of Plymouth rock, grown on hind ily lit or In a very tirlggs division superintendent Cincin- surveyed n few years ago by ltiilph acbedand washad tujiuacb bad ttiapo and my bead $7MM7MK7W,-.4T,4Vn- . Demorest's Family Magazine, clojied to Lexington ThursI taknati Southern road, located at Somer- Wnl do Emerson and Harry D. Thorenu. ing Catcarets. I fevl Hue. trouble Now, since ued Y. Ily wlfo bas alto day afternoon and were married. Art Department, afSsBV' " tboni with beneficial results for four stomach II. Stewart und Miss Lottie Parker, of set, Ky., resigned to accept a position -- X. Y. World. wlBJ UO Fifth Avenue, JOB. KlilllUNO, W.'l Cungrwu bl.. Bl. Louis. Ma IS New York. Sift Hvp4. .i.MaadaraMUfelllif,. iitArtitUsM all iearrksuu rtakif .U1, ttm couuiy. were also married here. with Chicago and Alton at Chlcugo. Alntnrs of CJIirUt In lint;-ifmi IIBIIrrMi Ik tod It Ike ttU Uwaio CANDY Itnlhni Ciitholles propose to e Ila Hat on llroirn. Cs,gtt4TtiUMt)rulstea uut la Irlr at Hitlj )Ml U taUb. tWlfa a CATHARTIC the nineteenth century bv erect tlsa.kerpmtelNY $4(1.00 WATt r, U. iia.vkfuiit. Ky., Dec a Gov. llrad-le- y (Ii.akoow, JCy., Dive. 6. The general Ne itpit utri etaiplT tut till e4 ul mb4 UstWeM04.ttfrw. rofused Friday to pardon S. J. (ng iu colossal statues of Christ In (iierehniidiso stores of 11 I). Hamilton ftiit4 rll tI laaf rlffta Ji KB Ever use it? You should. Mathews, of Graves county, who mado conspicuous pointH of the peninsula. mrnatmi, ra a ht M .end E. IL JJcauchamp, also RikatlMM t4 fi(4Vf(V1 e4 If wfr. 4xrlhw c wa4rfl Urfl M nn election bet on John Young Urown Among' the plnees selected are Mount TMAOI MANN WSOISTSHtD and UNPAT ENTED Inventions bouisfi residence, weru destroyed by i Ut at mp eipene. Taa KUk PTTENTED boraete, the firmi Sobko d'ltalla and Fend for list of Invention Hauled HetaUc. irMlttWl4t7 C.ai.et fire in I'Mmiiutoii, Ky. The origin of and was Indicted for betting. Tho the toe, tho heel nnd the Instep of A44fBa Psttnt Company, 62OOIW0 St, Bt. Louis. MTliW a4 wevk la governor gave no reasons for refusing "the boot." The the (Ire in unknown. Total loss about D.&lM8M!!SL'!M&k statue nre to be the pardon. H. tV.I.,t.lA glided enst iron. X. Y. Sun. $13,00, half covered by insurance. ha.. .l.sn. Ul.1 Va Top Snap FISH TACKLE CIIKhS Tr Sicken, Weaken, or Grlre.IOc, 2Jc.60c Complete AILS, hUPfUU MadUmi t'ounty's First Ueubllcaa .Indce, neslUouab CUlArlRulUlV1UUlI Tuies lood. Use Klltail VVIilla lllidntT3URE CONSTIPATION. ... wee aisuea Iouble eauiefve, Trankferrlns III Affections. driy dnicslsts. Ultima. Hutch JQ.I3 Iticiiuoxi), Ky., Dec 3. Hon. . G POWEUaaEMENTCO. Mt. Vkhno.v, Ky., Dec 5. J. L.' if ClHr. Ctlui, MMlrttl, c TMt. 311 Blnde I'm suryriscd to hear reCesfttlll5iie1l.l.?lOT51 IISSU.SU.ll.MMSlTl. MIIHon, tho first repabllcnn countv have broken nfT your engiig? niciiC II rooks, vvlillo on horseback, iittempted Sold and srusranleed by all drug. lists to !11KK Tobacco Habll m oloso a gate with his gun lying Jodpo Maillsou county lus had sinco thut Hoaton girl wua A. N. K.- -E VIRGINIA FARMS for ood land, good 1790 NKW BISOPVEBTI fires inc) wnr, toou oiiico FriUny, ftuococdlnc scbools and cburcbts convtnltnt. Ulld ncrosH his saddle, when It was worst Stlgtibbors, TO VKIT10yoo AllVKKTlSKKa f re from silrsmst ot botb het and WHEN x ''tfottc Ty W. II. Turpln, democrat. JtulR-tplaaae state thut ldlllug liim. Vt'.tmBI pold. Low prlrvaandeaiy trrros. Writs for frrocata saw Ue Advertise . lecu. H..CUA'1M at 00. tine), UlClUtuDII. Vs. sasat la this staiier. mr iu uiu n' utu-itclcs- s count leu wcro cnnvn.Hcd by tlic Kentucky mate board of election .Momlay, out of a total of 119 In the Mate. Of these 61 counties, flro were pnsM-i- t over to bo considered when the cuiivniuliiK board niuctK, upon conclusion of tlic work of tliucutivnMitluif board. Tho couiilic. kM.'d over arc Clirln-tlnFleming, Green, ilurlnn nnd Tho board met nt 11:00 o'clock In the olllce of Secretary of State Flnley, nil three member, Justlco 1'ryor, of tlio atato supremo court, V. T. Kills nnd C. II. I'uytitz belne; prcs-tnNo time wasted in getting down to buslne-- . and the board Immediately Thi-ract to work. wan o clash between tho comml&Kioucrft and b'ueretn- ry of State Flnley, who, by rlrtue of Ills otlico acted an custodian of the cor-tlllcntcs rccelTed from the county boards of election. "Wo are ready for the return, Mr. l'luley," said Judge l'ryor. "Aduir county," said tho secretary, handing out an envelope. "Why don't you giro us tho returns from the. entire state," inquired coiiiinU-slonuru, 1'iftyone s Hiit-rln- on. ex-Chi- t. e tuken but no nomination had been made. The vote stood: Allen 20; t.ayli 25j Julian 20; Moody 20. Necessary to a choice 43. The congressional convention adjourned at 10:40 till Friday, having taken 03 ballots without making a nomlnntiou. FliAKKHiHT, Every reader of this paper should give I special heed to the oilers which arc appear- - j ing from week to week by the John M. 0FWUI wa Smyth Co., the mammoth mail order house j of Chicago. In this issue will be found their i advertisement of a thoroughly ui sewing machine, at the astound- hut have!" protested the of $14.25. Coming as "Ecry now und then one reads n Pij cntly.wo"Why, there arc amongsavapc, ingly low price offers do from a house this of--a, tin any fer and other with the discovery of nnotliur of tin in ber of advanced thinkers who wonder commercial ratine of over one million ilnl. DJumoml Dollurk'ofl80l,"fcnldugcnt .nstffnce. if there Isn't too much salaratus lain, and of the highest character, they mark mjc uicuu i nun an opionuniiy mat the snrevvd buyer will man of this city, who owns one of tli sin JUNE W. GALE NOMINATED. Here we see that the mind is alihf impa- - not he slow to take advantage of. The John II nest iirlvnte collections of coins nnd tint oi leuers, no mutter wnat mai.'scor- - m. &myiri Uo., 150 to IGO .Wast Madison fclily-- 1 lire street, will tend their mammoth catalogue, llnlluU Taken 1 tiurnUy anil medals In the south. "The dollar., of tnrcal condition be. Detroit Journal. tliut date nre popularly supposed to be Inwhich is listed at wholesale prices everyFour frlday Congressman W, t'. (lutui thing to eat, wear and use, on receipt of Mould. worth from $1,300 to $2,000 iiplccc, and tlm I'nslou Canilldntn. The latest Invention for saving life comes only 10 cents to partly pay postage or If u few originals could be pioduccd I and even this 10 cents is allowed on boat. If would bring Unit llgurc Inm London, nnd is a Pwple would pay ns much attention to the lirjt purchase amounting to'onc dollar. FitA.NKi'oitT, ICy Doc. 'J. Tho Sev- dure Miy the,) unluck- irctcrratioii of life in other enough. Hut It happens, enth congressional convention, which elbllythat there urc only four on earth Kiuld be a great imptovement. ways, there ily, For (lie Rrnvc. Ifostetter'a n was expected to sound tho womaeh Hitters und they nre locked up In the vaults of two 30 years asro.is a life preserver, discov. - A soTWtor In a Georgia court is reipon-sibl- o It cures dyspepsia, indikey noto fon the Uoebcl democ- the treasury building ut Washington, for the following: He overheard a racy, as well as to nominate n candi- und couldn't be bought ut tiny price. psuon and nil terms of stomach trouble. Jt conversation between his ennk .ind n nurse. .in excciicm tne wnoie system ivno were a'pcusting a recent luneral ot a date to succeed Kvan Settle, deceased, They are whut urc known iib the 'lent ud may be had ionic ior druggist from any member of tl'cir race, at which there had i ucen u Krcai iiiviusion oi noucrs. i ne nurse i convened nfJ o'clock. Owing to a tie-u- p pieces,' which alwnys laid ' nre wncn I 'lie, don t plant no no wen s.iiu: Ilverj lliluic a Disease. in tho I'ommittco on resolutions it nsidc whenever a new coin is struck, on my grave, mw plant a good old water- -' "Doctor, if microbes in food are hurtful, moaccomplished nothing Thursday after- und the rest of the issue is at this melon vine: and wlen it ttets rinc vou come What makes me get so stout?" dar, and don't you eat it. but jes' bus' it ment quietly reposing under eevernl noon. Oh, my dear madam, there is a on ue microbe, you know." Indianapo- - down crave and let dat eood old iuire dribble At 10:r,0 o'clock 47 ballots had been miles of deep blue sen. The true story through dc ground." Youth's Com- DIAMOND THE STATE. ! jBS TBT H 1804 JJWa Vl A tcmnrr admirably. rc," he replied, with a comnrehen- 4li Una... w..a. .a,.... ISaVSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaW H turc, "is our Ihblc!" 1ViiiNiirv ViilUtB esillllllllllllllV oi conrs'j you Jiavc ne hiRhercnt- ..,,. . kkkkmw cxciamicu tnc cnueritcned man, acre held his niiinrr Criticism. I first-clas- s ie, vl M m anti-electio- Is Ky., Dee. 5. June W. en-gin- e ut IMiIIiidclphlu Is known turned out 10,570 tilt cr dollars, innt was the entire Issue barring the test pieces I have Just spoken of, nnd it wns never put Into circulation. Tho whole lot, just ns it came from the stamping presses, wus duinpcd Into an Iron cheat and put on board u merchantman bound for China. It with directed to the captain of the United States frigate then in oriental wntcrs, nnd wns Intended to be used in paying certain expenses connected with the service. The merchant-liiat- i ran into u Chinese typhoon and went to the bottom, where, to the best of my information, she still remains, iron chest and all, and that Is the why your Uncle Sam is the only collector In the world who has a complete set of American dollars. Every other collection, including my own, is short one Issue, and the gap will never be filled till the sen gives up its own." "Do you mean to tell iib, then," said the listener to the foregoing, "that nil the 'diamond dollars' now in private cabinets are counterfeits?" "Hy no means," replied the collector. "I own nn 1804 dollar myself, nnd there nre at least three others, to my1nowl-edgIn the south. They wercj issued by the government and nre perfectly good and legal coins, but they pre not originals. They nre whut nreJ known technically as 'rcstrikes.' In ti e early days, when the mints had u fifv coins left over from one yenr to nnotier they r Iklncwould change the dnte them with n special die t '"'" that can always be detrft'io ro .r-- H .x. ...... t. BUII1U IU.1MJII .. ren-no- n e, - rather interesting. In Uie mint to have panion. by local applications, as they cannot reach Vhrn llnlir Ila the Cronp the diseased portion of the ear. There is ust Hoxsic's Croup Cure. It does not con- ! onij one way to cure deafness, and that la tain opium in any form and will not nauseby constitutional remedies. Deafness is ate. 50 cents. A. P. Hoxsie, fiuffalo, N. Y. earned by an inflamed condition of the lining of the Kustachinn Tube. When Ills Ability. tlm tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling souta or imperfect hearing, nnd when it is , Sclduin Fedd Dat feller, Hungry Hooks, A rrpdif In fin nnrfcceinn entirely closed deafness is the result, and II I Soiled Spooner You betl He could steal ' OVERCOMES aa the inflammation can b" taken out ue soaa rignt out ol a biscuit widout break-isnd thia tube restored to its normal con' de crust. Judge. dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; BlTUAtCONf-"0niDi cases of of ten arc caused by catarrh, PERMANENTLY wlnjh Is nothing but an inflamed coudition The lie Pit Prenrrlnflnn for Chills Of the mucous surfaces, and Fever Is a bottle of Giiovc's Tastcless f He will give One Hundred Dollars for any caw of Deafness (canned by catarrh that Cuiix Tonic. His simply--Iron und quinine in form. No euro no pay. Priee,50o cacBot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, ctnu for circulars, free. OUT TMt GtNVIMt-MAO tY A nnd Case. F. J. Clicnev & Co., Toledo, O. Doctor You are troubled with insomnia. b druggist s, 75c. '.4. Fatientr-Terrib- ly. I can't even sleep Hall's Family Fills arc the best. when it's time to get up. Puck. -J- K.,fct UX2t Every baby is the sweetest baby in the To Core m Cold la One Hmj rca&AusYiiMiisrk mu sot ft Mint. crld. lou were once considered the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All wettest thing in the world, although you druggists refund monoylf It fails to cure. 25c taay not look it now. London READERS OP THIS PAPER So long as we have the man, DKSlUINa TO BUT AMTTHINQ If VOU want a favor from votir friend, bo there will doubtless be a call for the ready-mad- e ADVKIIT18EO IN ITS COLUMNS U see him on a bright day. If you want to ancestry. Detroit Journal. ' B110ULD INSIST UPON I1AV1.NO oj him a favor, go on a dark day. "Ham's WUAT T1JEY ASK FOR, JIEFC81NQ Horn Urown," in Indianapolis News. PJso's Curo for Consumption has saved ALL SUBSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS. mo many a doctor's bill a. F. Hardv, HopA lot of the conversation worked off in kins Place, Baltimore, Md., Dec. 2, W. cciety ought to be dumped in the garbage cm. Chicago Daily News. Some folks say this wort' ii not dey home. Does her family tree have anything to do Dat's why dey moves w'enever house rent jith making a woman willowy 7 Boston come due. Atlanta Constitution. Trsn script. The beat remedy for 4 Dyeing is as simple as washing when you Consumption. Cores nse PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold OoughajColdSjarippo, THIi MARKETS. by all druggists. Cannot Re Cured Kidneys, Liver and Bowels 5ystem cleanses the Lrr& 6 Acts gentiv on the mil-Cf- u - ,,;BFlCIALfECTS N'r (SuisrniaITgSyrvpCs Tit-Hit- self-mad- e Dr.Bullfe wOUkII .?. OYrUD to CHICAGO s m sen-an- STOCK-Cat- IX) s, 1 lfl-- ijsb- 4 I N.; . CA JOHN M SMVTH CO. Ui IP gj3tjg1 $14.25 nssssRt ,inle sssssl Wi iBssscetnr: (X o. Na LARU-Wcsl- crn FLOUR-Pam- ssssKVr w . - 5(425 The Best Sewing xr JSL maenmeon cann falzh-arhleh-jrrad- argil-;iintt)- it cx-Oo- CO ! H(I1 D.-c- ct nickel-plate- d UO CD lluf-fai- n, a uiu , aowiaa-oTe- r nlckel-Dlate- d plash-line- d 1 conr-ince- $14.25 Times-Democra- t. iS -A I Personally l Conducted I California 77Asr9s?.eV?J,'eVJ. f Two famous ! pictures 1 I Excursions ! eases.--Chlcug- hud-Uld- d - - - 5.-- The :; I 2- -? N M. 'I free li i Sour Stomach I S (Jor-inn- ii llrmlu-n.i- dis-tnnc- e CASCA-XETa- ), 1CK) tan IWililaisliWimi I file aUa . sWI celc-bnit- w say QumUa fW ami e ARTER31J sJ I 7 I lleau-fiUamp- 's CI KA y VMra. -. .WWIW, . .. W - GUNS SALE-G- ft H ; "' -- JHIH II4 "w-ar- jssi-.w- a. .v-- HHtft-- . t rt' f Its Am..-- ' " r , THE HICKMAN COURIER, Ucorge Wurren. U LOCAL NEWS. 'Man wauls but little hero below Nor wauts that little long " Yot, some there be. it seenie. to me, That kuow not ri(ht from wrotiK And hence 'tis mine to quite displse The meanness of the man Who, when ho borrows auythlnft." Will keep it if ho can. Read tho Council proceedings. Legislation Suggested! LTlIKOU, -- Glenn's Graphic.) 'aJuiTnc to pronent day pnllt- 4.IS THE ""-- a ( "uggest Hint the c .r HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, : : : V it DEC. 8, 1809. The Ashland Congressman. The Democrats linve nominated IV gJtT" $3 for n good Guitar at Buck's the Hon. June Gnyle, of Owen Christum is drawing near, aud old County, for Oongretipmiin in tin Santa Ashland District. He l repotted daure. Glaus might ua woll prepare to at a true. Dcmoorat, an eminently gjtf-- Good Kip Boot for $'J. Nice & Xayloii. hikI huucuhrI'uI busdness honorahle polTho Election Boird of Kentucky is man, ttut neither tin orator nor hctodou iu Frankfort aud war has nut itician. Hid ppleudid tihllity, how- iu declared. been ever. Is conceded. The Kepuhli-can- s Even Breckeurhlgo has bolted Bill and Brown Democrats, h. Oweus, upou the ground that ho is uot agreement, nominated Hon. W. a purificatiouist. JoT Do.v't roiuiET 0. Owens, of Scott Comity. TIiIm for your Christmas to go to EAKEK'S Gaudies, Oranges, TOO MANY ELECTIONS. will hring on the usual hot fltfht Apples, Nuts, &o. He'll treat you right. Kentucky Leader.) which wo always rave in that din There will be a partial eclips-- or tho inoou December 10 17, Election are too frequent In trict. Owen's atnlily itzicl splen- less to North America. visible more or Kentucky for the business inter-eat- s did oratory is known far and near It begins lo look liko Christmas iu of the people. Tiey come but his personal character in verj tho btores. The windows und shelves are full of pretty wares. too often und the campaigns last vulnerable and exceedingly o well-know- i r.. ...i..,i..i Legislature enact some strin .i eleutioti law, or laws, and that If It has made any kind of war fJn ..e i.. .f same be stripped entirely of a ..Ityri any i.i. .1 hi uruinr. fFI.U U .. nun m kiiiu thing that would smack of pa ,unip inr every iiiiurt iiiimimnnii- ion. li can hick up a war iipuu saiiHhii) in hiiv war. Our eleetUT any pretense and the eople must laws should be so framed Unit -- and foot ti.ey would proteut all pnlllliH keep their tumults shut the bill I flow nice I parties alike mid at the same time punish men of any and all pulit. cal parlies who violate the law in HEADQUARTERS FORSii. any way. Wo want to see our yK gh5 M election laws suuh that no pnlh). fill party shall have the advantage of the other a law that will protect the ballot box from fraud, n law that will make it dangerous for uu,i one to attempt to cheat or defraud. I mw It is treason to criticise Bread STAFF OF LIFE . . . AND TO (Uir . . . I ;G00D . FRESH BREADS OO TO TIIK New City Bakery. .Us I ' Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily J JU2AI)(UAKTi:itH Tropical and Domeslic Fiuils, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. i FRESH OYSTERS and Ci:u:UY UKCKIVED DAILY I . n as it was fully ventilated lu his campaign apaltiPt Ooloiiel Breckeuridge, and his political in consistencies since it In claimed has not endeared hi in to either element of democrats or republicans, but the latter use htm to throw him dowu whenever it suitn their purpose. The Democratic Leader. Hon. James D. Richardson This is the season of tho year wheu tho discerning boy or idrl begins to get in lino for tho Sunday School Christmas entertainments. MrGo to FAKER'S for Fresh Groceries aud Couutry Produco. Every baby is the sweetest baby Iu tho world. You were onco considered tho sweetest thing iu tho world, although yon may not look it now. ftaT Brand now Christmas stock at Buck's Gen. Heuderson, Republican, was elected speaker according to program Ho is a very ablo tuau, but it is thought of tho Republicans will sadly miss Czar Roed. Tennessee, was made the Democratic nominee for Speaker, which The Louisvillo Commercial Club, it is said, will preparo aud submit to tho makes him the Democratic leader Kentucky Legislature a new road law. in the next, or present, Congress. It would bo better to have some country peoplo do this. He baa been 14 years a member, .Farmers, therefore has experience, is cool, at mTB. SHAW'Scall with your produco Big Store. aud always preserves his balance tST Buck is getting lu now Jewelry no matter how exciting the con- every day. ditions, of fine ability and unquesAt this season many peoplo hold for higher prices. This tioned courage, and a thorout.h their eggsstale egs never sell to an is u admistake parliamentarian, fie is not a hril vantage, besides eggs will bo rushed to llaut orator us is Bailey, of Texas, market just beforo tho holidays thus causing a decliuo. who was the leader last session, liailey's oratory was splendid, hut be ia of an excitable temperament wbioh oftentimes gave uoh adroit masters of parliamentary rule like for all In the state, county and mu niuipalitien should lie held iu the same enrauii on the same day. rids would save time, trouble and expense und be equally hs satisfactory lo the people. Since party lines are so closely drawn und primary elections demanded and required by the pen pie, he necessity is even greater, for all elections lo be held on the same dai iu the same year than it has ever beeu belore. Most of the campaigns last for over an entire year; two elections and two campaigns have to be made fur each and every ofllce where primary elections are held. There is certainty too much campaigning for the good of business and the people. Of course some people will run over each other to oppose any change of this kind, but the suggestion is tree and Is offered jn a Christian spirit See All of-(lu- loo long. Fresh Oynterx horved in any style, and at all hours. 'Como Seo Us I Telephone Hit. BUGGIES and HARNESS, WINTER LAP ROBES OF ALL KINDS AND PMOES. New City Bakery. $- -- c- -J - ( I have n few of our bei-- t stock of wo do not intend to carry our Now is your testchauco to got n goal Buggy cheap, on reasonable terms, at the ''Live nud Let Live" Buggy aud Implement Store. W'c Bnggie-stlui- t a Majestic" Cooking Ranges, ! ! :. ii HICKMAN, KY. win i do. yg vor Ue?L '. The Best in the World You 4'Hiniot .Tliikc n .tllNfaKv One oT la Buyiug One ot tlxese Kaages it h StiougeHt Just Arrived hliW 'IB. II . l'olntu In its 1 ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! UnyltiR u 1 Hnkes Hlsnuits lu 4 Minutes ''Majostio" means a lll-tlu- Light Hread In 10 Minutes. of I'eoiiomiciil Oookln3 DEATH ROLLS. Call ami IvxhiiiIim- - The hi. You'll Iluy no 4Hlur. Supply your wants at Buchanan's Closing Sale. ' "Yes," said tho excited man, 'he tried to act a hog and treated mo like a dog, but I soon snowed him that he was pltyiug horso with tho wrong ninu when he monkeyed with me, for I'm dicted that Richardson's career not that kind of a cat." 1ST Go to Schlenker'a for Holiday will be more successful iu holding Goods Watches, Clocks, Rings, Jewhis parly united. elry, &c. River men aro predicting a big freeze-uthis winter. Of course we Military id Elections had rather not have it, and don't have these fellows 60 but Iu times of high political excite to because of many seasons predict, that tho record shows meut it appears to be Impossible another performance is about due. for excited partisans ou one side A destructive flro visited the city of or the other to listen to or heed u Mavfield early Sunday morning, in which about $60,000 went up in flames. calm state of fuels. These excit- Tho sufferers carried about $25,000 ined partisans are inclined to he surance. Tho flro originated in tho Snow Flako Laundry und destroyed tho lieve anything against the other entire new Newey block. side, aud the clamor aud ding For nndressed Lumber of all doug is sometimes kept up until kinds, apply to Shaw & Williams p Reed great advantage, and, besides. Bailey was not in harmony with a niHJority of hi party on all questions. It is pre- Both sides iu the British. Boer war are entitled to whatever so la.ee the retlecliou brings that the bloodiest battle of the Nineteenth Century will not bo fougl it its declining j ears. li JKThnWCiWI ' R. B. BHBTTAH3D. SCHUH DRUG CO., oa- tSiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm en - conservative people are affected by tbe clamor. Iu the long rule of the Democrats iu Kentucky it never once occurred that the directly or indiiectly us reeards an election. Aud neither was the State or Federal courts invoked to iu any manner coi.trol or influence election officers. Tnis is a striking difference between Democratic aud Republican rule, In 1805 when all the counting machinery was in the hands of the tbe Democrats Bradley and the Republiuan ticket won, aud were promptly and rightfully inaugurated. No militia was called out and no court asked to interfere. The Republicans frequently elected Congressmen wheu all tbe Courts were Democratic, and no court was naked to interfere. Why Is It that under Republican rule all suob things occur so fro military was called out be your friend in this world. aro boine people who would sooner see you mako u flat fuilnro in lifo than succeed. There aro peoplo whom you have put yourself to trouble and expense to servo who would sooner speak ill ot you than good. The talk of "bloodshedding" as to our Kentucky elections has been unfortunate in every respect, aud so far, nos not materialized anywhere. Tho burden of guilt has been ou tho sensational newspapers. When will tho peoplo learn to judge 'sensations" by tho source from which they come. ? You must not expect everybody to Thero It will not even be battle the British the present century The Nineteenth Cent to none iu the eaiiiniiniirv cbiu ler of its conflicts To bt th bloodiest of the Nineteenth Ceii lurj a battle must dihcouot Waterloo in 1815, when the Duke of Wellington alone lost 1,750 killed. Its louses must be more than at tiny battle of the American Civil War than, for iuslHiice, Gettysburg, where the Federal dead numbered 3,070 and the Confederate 4,000; or than Spottsyl vania, where 3.288 Federals were killed anil 10 278 wounded as against 3,312 Confederates killed aud 20,187 wounded; or than Olilok ninatiga, where the Federal slid Confederate dead numtiered re speotlvely 1 011 and 0,000. It is reasonably certain that no battle of a colonial war will approach in mortality tho battles of the American civil war, iu which both combatants recruited their f rces almost on the ground where the fighting was dune. cly mntteivfj an elegant that this distiuctio ring tbe of ! to the lot of the Bt IJiJiJiJiJiJiJV ; a io . . . 'miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiivi River, whatever tl JiBHi (H tit tot jiurhgHi ullterv MMllllllllllllV' r .Wl nnmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim. ocknif thairs CAIRO, ILL, " V-- In OAK or IMITATION republlOGANY tiuish, prices nine- :roattlroni Ofc unward Also a Ithclr tfiful lino of Dealers in. FINE: LIQUORS. PRICE LIST. Gallon. Full quart m Cases and Tables, all suitable for Xmns presents. Give us n call und examine our goods before buying, aud you will bo treated right. Golden Eagle, Pnnvnir VyUIlIU), Qttrkinl opeciai An Aw,n'Eky!0W ',,r!co huui-Nt- , 2.00,9 .00 O w.-wcl Stephens & Smith, iitralKht Hour Miuh Whlnky, 0 .05 .75 .75 CowgilL. & Oowgili, ,.. uine, A handMOPie, Sour Mash Ky whisky Uml Vllhu, for ,mmoy O .oj Kentucky Dew, Silver Seal, X " y- - 2.50 2.75 O O.KJXf .80 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 "Pmfwf irm CI ILbLlUIl, s, One of the purest, Hinoothet drinking whUkus ou tho market. Try it. (f Druggists . . . HEAD0.UAIITERS FOIl Schuh-Cros- Ti,obiforti,o mc. See Buchanan's Big Stock of Dress Goods. All go at Cost. Christmas is always a busy season with retail merchants. This year is high water mark. It is evident that in volume aud variety ot purchases tho next threo weeks will memorablo among tho advanced houses, which understand tho wants und tastes of tho public and how to attract tho public's attention 8gL. By buyiug your Holiday Goods at Schlenker's you will save mouoy and get goods. The Kentucky Court of Appeals, in a case before it on tho 21th or November, held that the State of Kentucky has sole jurisdiction over tho Ohio river, und the courts of Indiana have no right to Issuo writs of arrest against, parties traveling on steamboats or other water craft on tho Ohio river. Tho Kentucky jurisdiction is claimed to low wuter mark. I am delighted to have regain ed my many friends' trade back I do tho repairing on Watches Clocks, &c, myself I do not trust it with boys aud men. I will repair your watch as a first class work man should. Thanking you for your encouragement by your patrouugo and kind advise, I remain voiirs, It. W. Buck. Tho "Old Maids." of Murray, Ky , exteud a cordial invitation to all their sister maids of tho First District to attend its 7fith annual convention which meets ut tho court house on Deo. 80th, 1S90, to discuss tho "Ways and Means of Getting a Husband." Tho Ledger. says thoy expect tho meeting to bo a Howling sneceso, and trusts that tho Firsc District will sustain tho reputation they haye md for oouysutiou work, first-clas- s Braro Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as well us women, and all feel tho results in loss of uppetite, poisons in tho blood, backuche, uervouiuess, headacho aud tired. Unties rnn.i!nu-feeling. But there's no need to feel liko that J. W Gardner, of Idavlllo, I Ind., says : Electric Bitters aro just tho thing for a man wheu ho don't care whether ho lives or dies. It gavo mo now strength and good appetite I can now eat anything and have a now lease on lifo." Only 60 cents, at ull Drug Stores. Every bottlo guaruuteed. n Old Continental, y. 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 " Happy Cal, Old CrOW, Old " " " K,n.8iib. SUyeamold. 7 Hi I J TONICS, (Mill A.rs'i SYRIJK, lI.lLI, " ' mn aW- - "Thc 0,rt reHabl-- .Needs no iut roluct ion. A o.l. Peach Urandy, Arrow Apple liruudy, ' CJI. FltOSI'KIlITY rillUEH. mm - AitTiCLfc Creole Diiwu Gloho t'2 00 a.M) .00 75 " 00 a.oo Yalo qnentlyf IN order to protect tanners tbe United States Department of Agriculture will add a seed test ing house in which germinating testa are to be made. It is thought this will check a treat deal of chnrp practice in tbe seed trade. H ; E. MASON, of Illinois, a Repuglican, ban unuounoed that be will flghl MoKinley's Philip pine policy, through the coming session of Congress, anil he further says that bin party has not hud a chance to opeak on the snh ject hut if when it meet iu 1000 it should declare iu favor of such a policy, he will resign hid seat iu tbe Senate, but he could no long er represent the party and con niilueucy which made him Sena tor aud the decent thing for him f.o do would be to realgu. life-lon- g United Status Senator, Wm. farmers lu tho Western States are sadly pondering the ulurming advance in prices of manPRESCRIPTIONS ufactured goods in the last .year. Here are u few eamplii: Nails were 82 CO u keg, are now $4 CO. Carefully Compounded, Lumber that cost $19 a thousand is now 925 00. Mutches have adFnrni for llt'iif. vanced from 10 to in cents a box. Tho farm near Hickman, known as Barbed wire was $2 20 a hundred is now $4.50. Iron pipe was 10u tho G. W. Powell place, uour Dyersburg road, is offered for rent. 100 acres 04 a fool, now 25o. Salt from $1.00 cleared, very good houses, orchard, &o. a barrel to $2.35. The list might For further information, apply to be extended indefinitely. Piices Oko Waiiiikn. in larui prouucis nave noiauvajc- ed. Tho merchants complain Farmers Free Column. fanners sell their wheat und aud go home without spei OH Under this heading will hereafter bo Ipublished notices not to exceed 0 Hues iiiiiiie, in the village. It is wnu iiru HUDsrriu- acn, J rum iiirini-ra problem in arithmetic. , who havo horses, mules, cows, pro- man gels no more for h s, sceu, aco., ior suie, ireo or ciiargo. than last year, how is li buy goods at an advance. 150 per cent in price, L""ll kill1 fo, H rooms and era, In Blend of reyell Wigs, on Troy prrUiTHAiljiill? w. irjjutnor in- Iblug i. 1 The California Brandy Hoyal Old - 2M 8.00 2 50 :i ro 00 .75 .86 7fi M Tom Gin Holhind Gin Pure French Brandy . Imported " Sherry Wino .... - i.UU c.l l.HJ qt. 1. 115 J6.00 i.00 . - " " Blackberry Brandy a oo i.oo ,o Port Wine, California ' Old California ' " Imported - " Imported . . 3.60 00 .60 .75 .65 a.00 100 2.00 li.50 .00 .00 1.10 .00 .75 .85 We carry iu Stock all the Leading Brands of Bottled Liquors, Wines, GIuh, Chauipa)tie8, Cordialx, &c. We Make no Extra Charge for WE GUARANTEE nil our Liciior to Y Jius, c. liu I'uro. We aim to give our Customer better goorin IMtK'ES. for their nuitiuy than they can purcliuHo clHewlicit'. GIVE US A TRIAL, either .sending your order direct to ut, or throtigli our ineroliunt who may liu'vo goudh coming from Cairo. NO FAN(-- SCI-IUI- -I DBTJG CO. Liquor Peulern, Cairo, 111. WliolcHiilo OKN M: FrtiM. r r and .Mar ahull (iouiilleN, will he a candidate f'.r Speaker of the Kentucky House. He lu a Democrat wild h re oo id lo be proud of, alive elect fiom Lynn il. I). Lyon, Hojirteul AN oryanlziillon f women Im hi'en perfec ed at Chlrino for th puipoNH ol ralnii f tlHMM'A with t i which lo purrliaHi iiih tftiil'-HwordN for Qt'ii. Fi'zIiulIi Let und Gen. Juu Whtulei. n I 'l (. Oft LsKiSSo-a- E ill V1 1fl'Sf'S '" '7 Tl " Itllill'OlKl Timo Tllll4. N., (. l'USTl'ONKl) TO DKC. 15. SS--H- ?' HH-,Hr- r 0. & St. L. I K. It. Tr.la LKAVK4I Nu, 13 t t;Vl v. ui. Tr.lU Mo. 9, t 2.M j. ui. AIIIUVKMi m, Train No. 12, Tilft Trail. No, 4, 2.04 p. m, Tho ludies of the. Eptacopul Church defdru tliu itnnounuenient mado that the. liazaur, published for tho &th, Iium been postponed to Friday, Deo. 16th. AUUINALImTtO MJKttEKDKK. wWHHKVHhWrNhMhW 3HH5- - 1 Local and Personal. bhaw'a for Show, Shaw'H for HuniCHij, HONO KONO, liHft DecC-Agulim- ldo A AWas uitltleil here A nurreiider (o the Aiiierluuns. that lie wuuIh to f' Is,"1 PP" M Keen, Clear Uruln. Shmv'fl for Clothing, Your best feelings, your social position or business Duccess depend largely Bhaw'a for Groceries ou tho perfect action ot your Stomach Bliaw'u for Hurdwurc, aud Liver. Dr. King's New Life Pills utvo increased strength, u i ecu, clear Blmw'ii forQueenwwnro braiu, high ambition. A 5 cunt box 11. M. Inter wtw in Tiptouvillo this will tuaku you feel liko u now bciutf. week. Bold by ull druggists. John Ford was down from Fulton, Now is tho timo to buy your fall Wednedny. uud winter supply of goods. Consult Arthur Bhnw la In Niuhvllle, thU the Courier's auvertisers uud you will week, on busliuKn. tlnd bargains uuequaled uuywhero in Western Kentucky or West Tennessee. QuKves tested frco nt Buck's. Gov. Bradley appeared before tho Mr. Hon Heckhum, of Union City, Election Commissioners aud denounced wna in town, TucMluy. us liars those who charged that he had Mm, A. M. Hhnw, of State Lino, is directly or indirectly hought to bring visiting her jurentM In Hickman soldiers to Frankfort, or to otherwise MTSi'ii Kakkk'h Hiio of ClirNtmnn intimidate thu Boaid. CuudlcH, &c, before buying elsewhere. gjtf Just leceivedl Genuine, loned Louisiana Mohwses, and an lx Lonu McKliinl, of Onlro, 111 , of Country borghum. 1a tho gueat of MImum Muttlu and Uuida excellent artlclu Also, fi uud 10 gallon Kegs, ut Eakkh'h. Mooney. Kentucky Bportxmeu would do well Sir Thou MiKjuuy and family niov-egamo luw statea to their new home on Obion Street, to remember It that thu unlawful for uuy plainly that shall bo Monday. person or persons to hunt with gun or KAKKH kceiw everything yon dog within or upon tho grounds or lauds want in tho Grocery line, and hid price of another without tint obtaining lroin are right. tho owner permusiou to do nu. Oapt, John Young piloted tho M. ft&My stock of Holiday Good la B. Shaw to Memnhix. Wednesday, now open uud ready for inspection. Call a large plennuro boat. and seo mu before buyiug elsewhere. ClIAH. G. SCIILKNKKIt. 9ST Heavy oled Hootx. iw voft as A now onler of tho postal depart Kid, for fll.fiO Hick & Nayi.ok. to the I'hilippiuo Mern F. K Gawj and John King menl reduces 6pontugu a half ounce to 2 cents Islands from wood vUltod Mr and Mrw. Will Hum cents an ounce, tho same as postage in Kan, near Union City, Sunday. this country. Letters uud papers to 10 cents of have been went XL.Dnck'N for solid silver Thlm-Wi- tho Government at thu by pcrinui.sionpresame rato as The (urgent nnd best ui vails in the United States. All other aborted Htock in tho citv. lettcr were required to pay ut tho rate Dm, Chai, and Moms Mile, father of & cents for each half ounce. nud non, of Union Uity, wero in HickCA. Honesty and truthfulness will man, Wednesday, on professional prutuu. Buck h w tuo placy that cuts the price ou solid gold uud good JewelMeHr, C. H. TritvU, Lcn and Mlt ry, no trash. Shaw, Warner IJrevurd and MIhw Ucwdo No sign of business activity is due nttouded tho ball ut Martin, Tues- certain in its meaning as tho volume us of day night. advortistug put forth by merchants. Mr T. Williams and wife, of Hick-maS hen this advertising decreases notice Kv , aru visiting Mrs William' ably, thu suru Interpretation is that thu Uter, Mn Kate Onborno, this week. merchants carry smalter stocks and Laku Co. IVi-meet tho smaller demand which dull air" Htick'n repair work U gaining times uud consequent retrenchments among thu people make necessary. dally ou Watches, Clock', &c. When it iucreiues, thcru van bo no Judge J Nay lor, Joshua Dodda and doubt of awakened general purchasing H. O. !)kman, wero elected by the pow er. Ulty Council ai Tax SapervlorN for the flfc. Tho cntiru stock of tho best emming year. goiu uud silver goods in Kerr & Rau Schlenker has jut received a fine die's stock must bo sold regurdless of nvtortmenl of Holiday Uoods. Seo him cost, ut Buck's. before buying. Of course wo nil want good roads Mrs. John Ford, accompanied bv now. Ih is is thu timo of year to talk e. Mr and Mlm Loin Allen, of country road improvement. In tho rultnii, onmo down tun week to vtittl summer time when the roads aro good Mm. Otto Hertweck. they don't need improvement but in tho when they cannot DOT A hanilnoino lino of (.Mum and bad winter weather bo China Wan-- , mumble tor Christ mm for improved tho popularoslts undifhowls conThis plan improvements prwentK, nt KAIvlJH'B. Cheap, tool tinually adopted will result in having Mr 1'rat her Jones and Mlm KIhIp thu same roads aw wo have uow when Bhep.inl, of Hickman, wero marrien by Gabriel blows his trumpet in tho glc Biutro Sacra, at Union City, Saturday nous subsequently. PublUhcd ivh a runaway murringe. CA. K. W- Buck is tho manager of thu well selected and lino gold goods, s at prices never before so low. treatment to all at Buck's, Ho will show you tho jewelry und cut tho old-fu- n d Announcement ! All our Stock has been added to greatly i& ' bv the filliii" in of C3 4 HOLIDAY LINES! And we will put before our customers a larger selection than at any preceding tit. .Nicholas anniversary, yet not departing from the lines selected for the various Departments. To the Farmer! We f solicit a continuance of their trade, and as wo never neglect an opportunity of putting in our Store the products of the farm, we invite them to bring their Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc., to us, und receive the highest market price. tow-lu- g To the Ladies! We sol-dk- are holding our SHOE DEPARTMENT up in overv respect, and so far us LOW PRICES and GOOD VALUES are there is none Miperior to SHAW. A large line of the finest, as well as the cheapest, brands always kept in htock. con-cerne- d, rt r n To the Young Man! Our Christmas Stock of bunt-uo- TIES aa JL COLLARS, CUFFS, Etc., DEPARTMENT STORES.. I Jk, I the rna v i i4i iinBfc rB 4 VAr well as everything else a man can use in the Gents' Furnishing Department, will be in the lead in this section, at t mw ijrt'HK'Hh M fThe Or (&v.4-$-"t4-$r-- Kr wvHVfrlHi fe Ir K.-.u- 2 HB For December! We will make the following - Purchase yourXmas four-teou- prico My son has boon troubled for years Souic timo l)r F M. Usher, tho well known with 1 chrou'c diarrhoea. physician of Fulton, was called to Hick ago persuaded him to take some of man this weed to consult with Dr. Far-is- , Chuuiberla'u's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy After two bottles nf as to Judge Cow Kill's illness. hu was cured, I give tho gjtT" Uet your Christmas things for this testimonial, hoping somojino your children at Buck's, ho will give afllicted may read it and bo bene-fitteyou half tho profit. Titos. C. Bowkh, Glencoe. O. -- Mrn D. B Burnett, of Heelfoot, Forsalo by ''owgill & Cowglll, Hickwho has been visiting relatives in Hick- man, and A. M. Shaw, Btuto Lino, man, Ky.. returned the tirst of the Druggists. Miss Addle KiMucr returned week. L. Wo aro here to stay nud doing with her for a visit. Lako Co l'retu. business at the old ttaud, opposite Wit-ting'- s store. No ouo will apprecintu -- Mls Beulah Iloogher. of Hickman. Stato Worker for tho W G. T UV, vour patronage more, or take more made nu address at Windsor Chapel, pleasure In trying topleasoyou than wo Wiu. CuowuLL, R. U. Cai.d .Monday night, l'adueah, about the Loy barbers. nl Tomperanco Legion with childreu, wuli. and II. R. Ivy. says tho l'adueah News. Young man don't swear Thero is no occasion for it outside of n printing tST Tho latest ottice, where it is useful if tho paper is behind timo It also comes in handy in MANISH SHOES for Ladies, at proof reading aud is iudespeusiblo when tho ink works bad nud tho press begins RICK & NAYLOU'S to buck. It is sometimes brought into Btoro. Cash Shoo use when tho foreman is mad, nud it Mr. Al. Fam was tho gallant and has been known to entirely removo that good looking escort of Misses Myra Bob tired feeling of tho editor when ho looks bins, Light, May and Irene Fans, Marie over tho paper when It is printed OutBrovartl and Mabello Ooalder to Messrs side of a printing ofllco it Is a foolish Ganluer and Martin's dunce, at Martin, habit. Tenn., Tucodiiy ovo Tho following is u list of visitors MjrFino Watches, Rings, Jewelry, who attended tho Thanksgiving B.illat Ac , suitable for Christmas Gifts, at tho newLacledo: Gus nnd Ben HerSchlenkcr's Jewelry Btoro. ring and Carman Hughes, Union City ; Davidson informs us that this Miss King. Woodland Mills, Tenn.; Dr. Halo, has been tho best trip ho has oyer made Ervo Albritton, Henry MivyQeld, Albort ; wylof. Wiltz Boadles, Ky. to thin place. Wo aro truly glad to Miss Bess Herring, Union City, Tenn. ; date hear this, for tho Dr Is an up-tHarry Murphy, Pilldentist, a deserving gentleman aud one Tom; Lovelace and and John Usnlner, Roy Martin whom wo'ro always glad to havo among ion Martin, Tenn ; J K Robbius and Miss us, oven though it bo lor only a short Myra Robbins, Now Madrid, Mo; Wad while Tiptouvillo Fro. dio and Tom Gardner, Terrell, Teun. ; Now Goods, Hnitahio for holi Dr. Louis LeRoy, Vnnderbllt Univerday gifts, such as Gloves, Handker- sity, Nashvillo, Tenn. chiefs, Ties, Towels, Scarfs aud rugs Tho Treo Bnrbor Shop is tho II 0. Amiiuiiq's. just received, at place to get your shaving, halrcutting and shampooing done. Prompt service A cnniD of tho Daughters of the aud courteous treatment. Confederacy was organized at Fulton A. L HOOKING, Prop'r- last week, with tho following olllcers: A small boy from tho slums had Mrs R. Mw A J. Collins, presidont; A.Cooke, vico president; ln U. S. been brought into tho mission school, Bhacklett, corresponding secretary ; Mrs ami for a couple of Sundays ho had Ou J. II. Kwwig, recording secretary j Mrs. boon instructed in tho rudiments tho third Sunday ho brought with him R A. Browder, treasurer; Misses Uooko aud Delia Doak, histo- his brother William. To test his memTho chapter was named the ory tho teacher began to go over the rians previous lessons, 'Col. Ed. "Who mado you?" alio nsked. "God," ho replied promptly. "And what olso did God inako?" Tho youngster studied for n moment nud looed around hopolessly till he noticed his brother, thon his face hrlgtcn ed. ''Ho Hindu Bill, too, I guess, ho Oomuicrolil answered triumphantly. sun-lla-ly 1 o Presents, at Cost, at Buchanan's. "ii r?i VERY LOW PRICES on our entire Stock of ! Underwear, Shoes, .and Bnbber Mens Heavy Fleeced Undershirts, Worth 40 cents, for Mens Heavy Ribbed Undershirts and Drawers, Others ask 75c, our price Mens Heavv Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers, Worth 75c this sale at Mens Heavy Shirts and Drawers, Good colors, worth 51.00 our price Fleece-Lined -- i 4iOKj Full Stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars, Neckwear, Hats, Caps, Suspenders, Umbrellas, &c. Boys Jeans Pants, for Men? Heavv Cassimere Pants, Worth $2.00, for q- - Jftn AQo OUC ( JHOv Large line of Mens Pants from the finest to the cheapest. Tftp Heavy Wool Mitts, Mens Heavy Wool Sox, Worth 20c, our price Heavy Blanket Lined Duck Coats, Worth 51.60, our price'. Boys Knee Pants for 25c Ifin 91.UU OC Mens Heavy Camels Hair Shirts and Drawers, Fleece Lined, well worth 1.25 go at Heavy A Kersey Pants, Good patterns, well made, to close out at JoC $lJO JoC r Good Heavy Jeans Pant for- - Largest and best assorted Stock of fif v H Mioes, Boots, Kubbers, Kubber Boots, etc., und the Prices are Right. c k& a S Cros-dand.- " Clothing, Hats, Shoes &c, go to Huchanan's Closing Sale. For IUkgains in Our Motto : "High Grides at Low Prices." JCash 5hce Store. rhi Rice & Naylor. Appeal, W - k ... VP"" t WV wwm wwjwwyw I TAGUDIN Tlie Hickman Courier INSULAR POLICY. GnOUQK WAltltEK, Publisher. AND SANTA MODDER RIVER CASUALTIES. ins Tho Annual Report HICKMAN. , : KENTUCKY, of Secretary Kool Taken by Ar Troo.,iKuli,ia rteported to In Hiding Iu thn .Mountain. 8. i writ Tfiwnt Deals With the Question. I 1i Sun. DECEMBFS Mon J 899. lltjh Tribute l'ald V Tue. Wed. Thur. Ffl. Sat. If r if j tt, I..' ( ll I U i-- . KJ I Hi' z It 8 Wamiinoton, Dec 5. Appropriate 1 Wamiinoton, Dec 4. Tho annual re tribute to tho memory of the lato Ylce -port of tho secretary of tho navy just policy; of army President Hobart was paid by tho sou-tt- o the 1 made public Is a document of unusual Monday at Its first session (it tho future of Cuba and of tho campaign interest, dealing not only with th Wth congress. The session lusted only in the Philippines, the first nnuual re13 minutes and only the most formal work of tho navy during tho past year, port of Secretary Hoot, just made puband important rcrommrndatlnus for lic, is of exceptional interest, Tho reand necessary business was transacted. 22 23 future, but also discussing important After tha adoption of thu routine resoport begins with tho recital of the questions relating to thu nuvy. Includlutions and the administration to thu policy followed in tho 29 ing the authorization of 18 now wai ouw members of lho oath of office, ormy iu accordance with the necessineed of ships the Imperative. Senator tiewell, of New Jersey, preties arising from the discharge of tho .... 3. In legislation tho special enrly sented fitting resolutions upon tho state volunteers and of the men enlisted TTTTTTTT:TTTTTTTTTT days of congress for armor of th death of the vlco president; tho resofor the war and gives best quality that can be obtained, nnd lutions wore ordered to be communistatistics of the past nnd present the proposition that tho thnuks of CURRENT TOPICS. cated to the house ut representatives strength of tho organisation, covering congress bo given to the commander-in-chie- f mid thencsstou, on motion of Mr. lvuan, in that respect matters dealt with in of the North Atlantic squadSaltkij whale meat is a JapMicsc the reports of the major general comof New Jersey, was suspended. delicacy. ron and to tho officers and men under F.normous crouds witnessed tho manding and of the adjutant general, Thk number of lluddhists is comput- it is stated that at present all of tho his command for the part they took In opening scenes in tho house Monday. ed to be 455.000,000. tho naval operations nt Santiago. Tho principal interest centered In tho new regiments of volunteers ore In Cuban farmers want protection-againThese larger items of tho report dlsjHisltiou of tho caso of Mr. Holier tho Philippines or on their way there. American corn. receive extended attention nt the tho Mormou representative from Utah. The operations in those islands aro Land in England is 30 times as t bihands jf Secretary Long. As to the Those who anticipated a sensational next taken up and the report again llable now as it wa 200 years ago. Increase of the navy he says: denouement were disappointed. Tho Mrs. Jefferson Davis is to make points out that tho outbreak of last "Tne number of large, swift and progrnmmo outlined by the republican her permanent home in New Orleans. February was provoked by the insurpowerful armored cruisers of great leader at their conference on Friday There are 850.000 men in the world gents themselves and was, from our roal endurance lu our nuvy is largely who make a llTlihood chiefly by fish- standpoint, night was partly carried out. The obunavoidable. Frequent ing. to tho ret of the jection to tho administration of tho reference is mado to rethe William M. Evarts lives in almost port naval establishment. The experience oath to Mr Kobcrts wn entered by Mr. of Gen. Otis to show complete seclusion at his home in New the magnitude of the task of the i.tst year bus also shown tho Taylor, of Ohio, as predicted and ho set York. need of several smaller vessels, usually stepped aside without protest oscept for him with tho iuadequate forces at EiiASTtfs LATnnop, of Wcstfield classed as gunboats. It U therefore, to ask If by doing so ho waived any of his command when the outbreak came, Mass., in his will left SI 5, 000 to D. L recommended that congress bo rehi rights. and a high tribute is paid to the courTo this the speaker reMoody. THE CAROLINE ISLANDS. quired to authorize the construction age of the troops, who, lu the face of sponded in the negative In France the bread is baked in rollv of the following vessels: There was not a protest front any about the size of a man's arm and four great hardships, voluntarily consented "First -- Three armored cruisers of Th 0rttiii (luTrur uf l)i ItUndt Ar- quarter against the objection t the feet long. to forego au immediate return to their rived at Vji 'ov U, Nut. Id, about 18.000 tons trial displacement, A new public school in St. Louis is homes upon the expiration of their administration of the oath to Mr. Roand nt I'ouap tie I. X of a maximum druft at deep load not to be named in honor of the late Eu- terms of service. bert. Hut on tho contrary tha only gene Field. to exceed 2d feet, carrying the heaviest The history of the operations of the ManiijI, Dec 5. The Spanish trans- voice raised except that of Mr. TayTiikrk arc scores of place la this past season is recounted and the secarmor ar.l most powerful ordnance for port Allva and the gunboat Villalobe lor's was that of Mr. McIUr, a democountry where only one mall comes evtcsscIs of their class, to be so sheathe retary outlines the plan of the present and Quios with the Spanish gnrrlson crat of Arkansas, who Joined with Mr. ery 14 days. and to lure the highest practicable nd civilians of the Caroline islands ar- Taylor iu his protest. Mr. Taylor ofA mono professional women hospital campaign which began in October, speed and great radius of action. fered his resolution to refer the cae is said, head the list of mar- This involved tho movement of three burses, it "Scconc Twelve gunboats of aboat rived hero Monday. They report that to n ealn! committee but, by inutiuM separate forces. Ono was to proceed rying women. the German governor of the islands 1)00 tons trial displacement, to lx More than half of the phosphate in up the Kio Grande along the north- passed through last May. who arrived on the war ship Juguar arrangement, the consideration of the Reports indicate that all the Amer- sheathed ind coppered. the world is now supplied by the eastern borders of the plains and occupied Yap November Delpan No- resolution wu postponed until Tues"And tb rd, as recommended a year United States. strike across to the Gulf of Llngayeru ican prisoners, soma 25 or 30, were at vember lit, and PonatHj October X day, In order that the routine business At meetings of the British cabinet Another was to laud on the gulf shores one time iu Hcnguut province, but it is ago, three protected cruisers of about "Vhoy gArrivmed the places with 13 lu connection with the organization po official record of any kind is cpt of by transports and proceed along the supposed now that they have been re- 8,000 tons '.rial displacement, carrying men each. Tho Spanish governor of might be transacted Monday. the proceedings. the n:ot powerful ordnance for vcv Although Mr. Hubert was not sworn coast road to unite with tho first force. moved into Lcpanto province Yap nnd l'nnapo said they considered At Olympia, Wash., oysters sell at Gen. Young's desire Is to pursue tho tels of thli class, to be sheathed and A third column was to strike straight tho miirII German garrisons in danger In Monday he secured a seal. This, S3, 75 a sack for tlie fl.80 a gallon and "(1 to have the highest along the r ailroad to Dagupan. The rebels into tho mountains Thero is copper however. wa by nu accident pure and t.tt, itrM fiildia tx9 from the natives. oysters in shells. T7fc , no communication between his small prac us Ms hi l'"m exports arc endorsing strong" secretary says these movements were The bpanish gunboats will probably simple. In tho seat drawing lottery Naval I'AIHI 1 vnl.1 ly the project of a national naval re- executed with energy, rapidity nnd command and any of the other Amer- action. be ilTcrvd for wile to the l.'nited States no provision had been made for Mr. V i, iVli. j Tli nl. ican columns, except indirectly, perserve, with four-yev.wmtt. govern mm t. The Spanish Secretary, ltobarls. but when tho drawing was terms of service. success, notwithstanding deluges of tlia haps, by sighting and signaling United A okowino Vermont industry is the rain. It is satd that wherever the perns tofJ lon protected Sonor lteiinuente, has arrived hero completed two other a well a him',,,t;cr adapted with canning of corn, this season's output manent occupation of our troops has States gunboats bound to or i silver ' a note from Lieut. Glllinoro to self had not bVon provided with sost. in the southeastern part of the state extended in the Philippines, civil law Manila. of tno Ty than ly hip hi sister .Mr. Mnj. Prlo. Ho say ho nnd the speaker asked and semtrod being 3,000,000 cans. CapU ring requ.red last year. has Won ill but now in has 33 mon havo fairly good from the house general pennUilou for It Is" estimated that Missouri farm- beenbeen put in operation, courts intro- pany G, Ilumbold with while a ; 11 satisfactory bids health. 33d infantry, established and education The Spaniard befriunded lilm. those members who had not drawn ers received over 58,000,000 for their duced .fcd for the ues .Jiipt scat to tnako such selection n they until at present in Manila thero the signal oorps laying- the mules last year. Tho number shipped id gnvc him money and oloihcs. are now better facilities for primary Porac to Florida Ulanca. cha could. Under this authority Mr. I'.ob-efrom St. Louis was 117,008. Brnn 'en to build them at got n seat in nn obveure portion of routed 70 insurgents, killing seem Tub next portrait to be hung in the education than ever before. THE MAINE PARTY. A chapter tells of what has been and several privates. repulHC&w-l"'''P"' lho cc treasury department will bo that of the hall. Tho Am o A the present secretary, Mr. Gage. The done in Cuba by the army duriug the found on the captain tho sword and uf Alnrrlraii t ouirii In l.omlnn Tho election of Speaker Henderson inatt4fr portrait is now being painted. question per- their liarr nu "At lloiiir" for Ilia llrnallt uf past year. Order has been maintained, volvcr that wcro taken from tho and his induction Into oilier; the Fon COO years Mexico has produced social distress has been alleviated, san- body of Naval Cadet Welborn C. Wood, M.n.lH If eIU construction at the Ihit Main I mid Mondaf NilgliU of the usual eommltU.es to d of all the silver that was itation has been instituted, and in all who was killed by tho insurgent i rckclBUMrr, nnd me that demand wait upon tho president; the seat mined. The production at present is respects rrompt attention, is that of tho armor I.ONDON. Doc & The Society of drawing contest, slth the usual amussatisfactory progress has been while in command of tho guuboat more than SCO.COO.OOO annually. (or vessels now building and for others American Women iu London gnvo nn ing features, went off without a hitch. made, and the part played by our when that vessel was captured In "New York trade Is so brisk among authorized but not yet contracted for, "at homo" Monday evening for the The only other feature out of tho ordithe brass workers that employers are troops now is but the restraining in- in the Oraui river. tn account of the proTislon In the act bcnullt of the Maine fund. All the nary was tho adoption of tho Iteed Col. Hood, while reconnolterlug near finding difficulty in securing enough fluence of their presence. The remen to keep up with their new or- vival of industry has been slow, but San Miguel, drove a force of insur of March 3. 161H), prohibiting tho princlpwl member of the American rule for the present congress. Tho ders. has also made gratifying progress, and gents from Ildcfonso, killing sev- department from contracting for colony attended, although Ambassador democrats knew It was futile to more Russians never cat rabbits as they the reconcentradocs have returned eral. Five Americans were slightly tne vessels therein authorized until Choatn was the only member of tho than protest against the adoption ol contract has been made for tho armor diplomatic corp jreenu An Inter- these rules after the republicans hod ay they nest with rats, nor will they to the cultivation of their lauds, though wounded. touch snails or turtles, which are the complete restoration of tho sugar therefore within $300 a ton. The price esting musical programme was carried decided upon this cour.v in caucus, A press dispatch from Dagupan, confound in great numbers all over the lndustrv has been seriously hampered taining advices later than thoso from fixed is one for which even inferior out, and a sulmantlnl addition to tho and tho debate upon lho resolution to country. armor can not be obtained and the de- Maine fund was secured In tho form of adopt them was very brief. They were by the ack of President Steix of tho Orange Free bean restored, capital. As order has Santa Cruz, says that Gen. Toung partment thsreforo has been unable t subscription. adopted by a strict party vote. the force has been re- hopes to find Agulnaldo in llenguot State is proud of his humble origin. Mrs. Joseph Cham be lain, wife of the Representative Grosvrnor, of Ohio, My father," he once said, "was a wao duced and orders have recently been mountain pass, and to capture him Isvltc proposals for the tlreo battle-sbland the three armurrd cruiser secretary of state for the colonies, was Monday introduced a bill for the erec"nmaker, and, I am glad to be able to given for the withdrawal of eight com- there. Both entrances to Ucngue lien-gupanies of infantry and eight troops of say. a good one." tion of a memorial arch on tho are fortltlcd. Two troops of tho authorized by the act of March S, lfcOT. conspicuous among tho guests. "It is urgently recommended thstia Mrs. Gully, wife of the speaker of cavalry. In Porto Rico battlefield. the 3d cavalry will reinforce Gen. Young m. r. llllUr Caplurad. s the early days uf its next session the house of commons, has the Invid- year has been devoted to ad- in the pass. Lively competition occurred In the ious task of dispensing tickets for seats ministering Ciiicaoo, Dec 5. In a telegram re- house for the honorof Introducing the enact such special legislation, by and improving the In the select portion of the ladles' gal- civil government of joint resolution or otherwise, as may ceived hero Monday night at the loctl first measures. THE SHIPPING BILL. the Island and lery in the house. be necessary to enable the department oflicci of the Mooney fc lloland detecHy general consent everything gave instructing the people in tho rudiments Western part of Persia is inhab- of self government The IUpranlalv I'arna Introduce It In tha to make coutracts early In the coming tive agency, the capture of Win. F. way to the caucus financial bill, after at every step iu conited by a species of camel which Is the Hoots Naarlr tb Saaoa at Una year for 7,85b tons of armor of the best Illller. accused of having been con which the initial bill were as follows: pigmy of its kind. It is snow white, ference with the leading citizens. This Introdacad Lait Year. quality tha can bo obtained in this nected with tho Franklin syndicate Uy Mr. Tnwncy, Minnesota, to reand is on that account almost wor- work has been retarded by the unfor country for tho Maine, Ohio and Mis- swindle in New York, was announced classify rnllwny postal clerks, and also tunate industrial conditions, owing to shiped by the people. Washington, Dec 6. The shipping The main reasen why consumptives lack of markets for the island products bill was introduced in tho house Mon- souri, and that the provision of the act ss having been effected at Montreal by a bill defining butter nnd regulating are sent to New Mexico is that it is al- and to tho distress caused by the great day by Representative I'syne, of New of March 3, IbOO, limiting the price of the agency's operative who have been tho salo of oleomargarine. Tlie first Joint ro.no lutl on was by Mrs ways warm enough there to stay out- hurricane. Nevertheless much has York, who with Senator Hanua pre- armor to S'100 per ton, and the restric- In pursuit of tho fugltivo si nc his doors. Staying out of doors is tho been done to correct abuses, tho courts pared and Capron (Ct.) for a constitutional ten days ago. tion preventing the armored vessels Introduced the bill last year. specific for almost overy 11L therein authorized from being amendment against admitting polyga-mihave been reorganized, tho writ of Mr. Payne says it same In all Allcd Virtliu uf Mr l. Ilmillrrjrr. to congress. Latest reports from some 40 citlrs habeas corpus has been restored and essential particulars is the former bill, for until tho armor therefor is as the Sr. Louis, Nov. 5. The body of Ida and towns show that an era of almost arrangements have been made Among tho other measures in Moncontracted for, be removed. for except that a provision is mado that Zimmerman, or which is confidently day's delugo of bill unprecedented buildiug nctivity has taking the census. "Whatever may be the future action arc thoso giving the bounties shall not exceed S9.000,-00- 0 set in, despite tho high and advancing' assumed by thu authorities to bo her to states the custody of of congress regarding tho establishnccoutremciiti prices of iron, Btcel, lumber, glass, In the South. annually and that foreign built ment a body, was exhumed Monday by the po- of Philippine llooth Tucker volunteers; amending tho of government armor factory, paint and other material. lice. It Is now nt the morgue await- pension laws; Chattanoooa, Tcnn., Dec. 'i Com- ships having American rcgistery shall it can hardly affect the supply of providing for the elecarmor ing tho action Saturday has always been observed mander llooth Tucker, of tho Salva- havo only 50 per cent, of tho bounty of tho coroner who will tion of senators by tho people; for tho Maine, Ohio nnd Missouri, as It for n as Sunday in Haratonga, in the South tion army, passed through this city rates provided. In case tho total will under any circumstances bu im- hold nn Inquest Tuesday. Ida constitutional amendment allowing Pacific, owing to the mistaken reckon- Friday night on route was ono of the alleged vle-- the president diroct to New bounties earned exceed 59,000,000, a practicable to obtain it from such a to negotiate trcatlos of ing made by tho early missionaries. Orleans. m k of Mrs. Hamburger, tho midwife pence After which ho will go to Mo- pro rata allowance is to be made. terminating a war; giving to source iu reasonable time to complete The island legislature has just pasted Tho bill provides a compensation of bile Montgomery, Nashville and Atwho is under arrest charged with mur- veterans of tho a bill rectifying tho matter. abovo referred to." Spanish war tho samo )4 cents per gross ton for each 100 tho vessels der. noise of the cannonading in lanta for tho purpose of inaugurating The rights under tho civil service as aro New York on Dewey day is reported to his plan of mission work among tho nautical miles covered by sail or steam An Orphan A7luui for CuImii Llilldrrn. llm llarinr Urns, failure. enjoyed by veterans of tho civil war. vessels, outward or homeward bound, linvo been heard at Cape Cod, 250 miles southern Negroes. NKW ionic, Dec. 4. A movement for NkwYoisk, Dec C Francis C, A pretty incident preliminary to the up to 1.C00 miles ca"cTTway, and after the raising of funds for n memorial away. An authority on sound reports a lawyer, was Monday appointed meeting of tho houso of representaMurder In u iJorinltorr. that sound upon the water has been that 1 cent per gross Kankakee. III., Due 3. William nautical miles covered. ton for each 100 orphan asylum for Cuban children, by Justice Gllderslecvc, iu the supremo tives occurred in tho speaker's olllco heard at much greater distances. An additional which shall bear tho namo of Mrs. sotirt, referee In a proceeding tuken by where Gen. Henderson was presented o The principal product of tho Ama-co- Wiley, colored, a patient in tho hospital, was found in bed in allowanco is made to fast steamships, Thurston, tho first wifo of Senator tho directors of thu corporation of Har- with a handsome silk fiag on a staff is rubber in its various forms. beginning with 1 cent per gross ton John M. Thurston, nnd who died short per Itros., publishers, for the volun- cut from tho cntnpui of his old college Cocoa is produced in largo quantities the dormitory Friday morning, stabbed 100 miles by a 15 knot shin1 ly after n visit she made to Cuba. wa to tho heart. Thoro was no sign of a for each tary dissolution of that concorn with nt Fayette, Lu Several ladles particiand tho Brazilian nut is shipped to conRidcrablo extent, but tho two lattei struggle. Fifteen other patients sleep and slightly higher rates as the speed started Sunday night In the Madison t view to tho reorganization of tho pated In tho presentation and Gen. aro but secondary in importance totlx In tho dormitory. It Is believed ono of of the ship increases. Tho bill also Avenuo Presbyterian church under tho company. Mr. Cautlne will take Uciidorsou informally responded with makes theso merchant steamships auspices of tho Thurston Memorial as- proof of tha claims against first mentioned. them did the murder. tho cor- a re re re n co to tho kindly, personal available as nuxlilary naval vessels. In New York horses are now dyed. sociation. poration. and patriotic character of tho jflf U Anotbar Trust Formlnp. When suitable for carriage work, save I.oultvllle 1111 'leant For SI jr. Chappellaln Han Iranolico. do not match in color, thej Transport Arrived at L'upa Town, PiTTsnuROir, Pa., Deo. a. An atbhol III Twro llriitlier. that they '1 Louisvili.k, Ky Dec 6. A decision San Fkancisco. Doc 4. Mousignor aro now chemically "blended" to the tempt is being made to consolidate all Cai-Town, Capo Colouy, Dec 5. Mouii.k, Ahu, Dec. 6. At State Line, to sell the Colonels If a suitable price Chjopcllc, archbishop of New Orlenns tint desired in n few minutes. Miss., Hdmund, tho of the iron and l'ho British transport son Thirty United States senators went turing companies enamelling manufac :an bo secured was reached Monday at ' a apostolic delegate to Cuba. Porto New Orleans November 3,lluroua from af Dr. W. II. lloykin, f has arrived of the manufacturshot and Instuht-l- y mo annual meeting of tho stockhold-(r- s out of office on March 4, 1660; thirty ing belt known as the nd tho Philippines, arrived here here. Tho transport Canning, from killed hi brother Roderick, aged 11, middle west, more are to go out of office on March of the Louisville baseball club, and y on route to .Manila, where he London November 13, has which reached from tho Allegheny nlso arrived nnd severely wounded in the right arm 4, 1001, and thirty more on Maroh 4. it was determined to send Directors isrrungo churoh affairs to con- - hero with tho first battery of howlt-tor- his brother Tom, aged 13. The older 1003, the whole membership of the sen- - mountains to the Mississippi river. It Stucky and Hammer and liusines: h tho change of government is proposed to effect a consolidation of boys wcro pUylng with an air gun ate being ninety. Manager Pulliam to the gathering o lipplnes. which Edmund wanted, and when reDaiion Aldersok once remarked to the leading companies that make llojiutj hbariff Murdered. an advocate who was notorious for tha enamelled wore, uch as bath tuba, magnates in tfew York, December fused ho declared that ho would shoot oan Traatj l;nd. Cukbton, la., Dec 0. Deputy Sheriff them If thoy did not glvo personal nature of the questions hi wash stands, and general laundry and ss a committee to carry out that pu It to him. 4. The treaty for Tom Walsh was .Dec. addressed to witnesses: "Iieally, you bath room equipments, and then buy pose, ii tne emu ia sold it will b Monday by Ho went luto EVii '.J, lsianua Gcorgo Williams murdered latter's farm small shotgun tho houso and got a s whole. No proposition look In ki"A seem to think that the art of aros--e on tho and put his threat, into out the smaller concerns. The capital tho purchase of tho a(V4aaaK-ten- t aft near best player ruination is to examine crossly." here Walsh made a visit to WIN execution. loin saved his life by feU stock will bp about $10,000, 000. li oo entcrtamc,a. Hams to Bcrte attachment papers. ' ting behind a tree. 1h r lo tlip Courage nt Out Troop In Hip Fare of Hard. dipt tlii. Mm Ulon ! Much Improved III Uubk irt 777 ji5.IL iiiiii ilii 'ilii i.i 1L iiii 262728 f st LlJ. JLJL Washington, Doc 1. Dealing as it does with large questions of Insular Spanish-America- n dispatch fn) Santa Cruz, province- of Ilocos, fo' warded by courier to San Fabian, say that Gen. Young, with thrco troops of the Jiil cavairy and Mnj. Peyton C March's battalion of the 33d infantry, arrived at Santa Cruz Monday. The Americans left llamapacan, province of Union, Monday morning, expecting to havo a hard light at Tagudln, Iu South Ilocos province, but they found on arriving there that COO rubcls, under Gen. Tlno. had evacuated SO hours before, deserting an almost liupregua-bl- o position. Tho insurgents had been entrenched nt Tagudln. on tho north sido of the river, where a hundred well discipline! troops could have slaughtered a whole brigade crossing the river with the men up to their armpits In water. Tho residents of Tagudln received tho Americans outsldo the town with a brass band. Thoy hud been robbed of almost everything by the Insurgents and were glad to welcomo friendly and protecting troop. A similar reception awaited Gen. Young, ut Santa Cruz, Prominent citizens headed by a band, escorted the American officers to houses, where rest and refreshments were offered. Gen. You,ug's command was utmost w ithout food. The men had been living on the country, whloh affords but little, and the horses were completely worn out, most of them without shoes. The inhabitants of Santa Cruz and of other towns through which tlie Americans passed say that Agulnaldo and his entire refugee army have gone into the mountains eastward sluco tho Oregon, Samar and Callao attacked Vlgau and landed a force there. In several towns Gen. Young was showu letters written by Lieut. Glllmorc, showing that he had been kindly treated by the citizens and had been entertalucd by them when he A - Manila, Dec i eaippuri oi oecremry mhijt &micnt of UiiuHUiil Interest. . . i . ., . Detail of the Klllril and W minded nf Urn. Methnen 1 nrrri are I.eakliis slut llm Lou rrlRht fill. CONGRESS MEETS: 1'rotCHt Kutereil AtrnliiHt Soatiiij; lUhij klltt,.r()ntmmU Three Armored L'rulicn jiUhr KI.IHIO Ton. Iiti-I- t ilunbnaU of 1100 loin, ami Three Protected I fuller nf H,UOO Ion. i . dlpn-portlonat- London, Dec 4. Tho war office has received tho following from Gon, Walker: "Cai'k Town, Friday, Dec 1. Gon. Gatacre reports no change in the sit- nation. "Gen. French has made n reconnoU-nancfrom Nanuwpoort to llosmcad. Tho troops returned "Gen. Methuon's llesh wound is slight. He Is remaining nt Moddrr river for tho reconstruction of the bridge. Am reinforcing him with Highlanders and a cavalry corps. Horse, artillery, tho Canadian rcgi ment, Australian contingents nnd three battailous of Infantry moved up to the Do Aar and llelmont line." As surmised tho llrltUh dead and wounded at the battle of Moddcr river number hundreds. Up to two o'clock Saturday afternoon only the bare total. 438, of which numbci were killed, had been given out. Lomki.v, Dec 5.Thero Is little further new from tho scat of war. Etch tho latest accounts of the battle at Madder river fall to give an Intelligent Idea of what happened. There is a feeling of disappointment and continuing anxiety respecting Gen. Lord Methurn. Locrknzo Maiiockh, Nov. 20. Gen. Joubert tins returned to Kstcourt and now blowing up Colcuso bridge. He buys n largo herd of cattle and Intend concentrating his troops around e to-da- y. tho 3luuibor-Klcc- L From Utah, For-tMtlc- r- .IttiotiKli Hubert Wu Ntil Sworn InMou- 1 tilt, IIoot- dT II Hooarsit vr, Um bjr hii AccliUiit kjl llandoriDit kkn hard-foug- l, 1 Lady-mlt- h. Illn JV, ar - fr" rm U(1V1 iLl Ur-dancet fraMMflH lcaL..Hh 11 ... 1 ..". r "" rt one-thir- ps ChlcU-amau- con-rrc- eon-ract- st Zlm-aierm- U Cas-tin- e, n Kan-kakc- hl, e s. . ... r . . Hiny "Y-- tattfyw - ry " ' "L , ' 1 " 'Y5? ',() t "V 1 "p' T-- I I frctlrrd), onfored promptly upon tho work Cnba I tho if for which too much credit enn the Oorernmont of Spnln on the loth of questioned. Their lntruti4 toInIt, ntnl I now carrying on cx and Industrial rich plain nnd vnlley. n tho War benartrnent. March following. would be but n scene of cndlis strife nmlnnllnn Nlcnrncun alnnc thn route of employment to Idle! he nat rear we have reduced our In thl manner the Philippine enmo to Idoodslied. The advent of Dewey's Meetnnd the l'miuum t'aual, ami In Dnrlon from Iho pursuit of peace. TliTI In iiba nnd Puerto Itlco. In Pnb.i the United State. Aliunde, in the nrlnhhnrhood of rtie Atrnto Imtnodlato need. Ily tho tnve Ml ofllcer nnd 10,700 enlisted by the GovernmentTho Island! were ceded Mnnlln liny, Instead of being, n we hoped. of tipttn, which had till (InWII 'Of II new llnr of freedom nml lilvcr, to the liny of I'linnnm, on tho 1'aclflc nf the recent census will hnvo Puerto Hlco, 87 onlccr nnd 2,8"( been In undisputed possession progress, will hate been the beginning of ahlo, flood projrrc hu hcon mndo, hut lated wc nhall proceed to nrovldn men nnd a battalion of inn men centurion. They were accepted of them for un era Udder the law n cntiiprolionlrc nnd com lion which will commit tho muntclpl worse tbun nny ed Of native Puerto Itlenna rl,ll. by our authorized Commissioner not merely which of misery nnd violence, unlmppr past. President JlcKiiiloy In Paris, Outlines ploto InrcRtlBfltlon I culled for. which will ernmcnla of the Islnnd tn tho nlllcenr ha darkened their ed throualionl thn I'nlte.l Ktnieu nm under the direction of the executive, but 1 rocjulre much labor nml conldemhlo lime ed hy the people. Thn experience thui in' suggestion has been made thnt we llecra and 17.D17 inou. nml In llnu-ni- i bv tho excellent nnd notion could renounce our nuthority over the IsSome of the Laws Which nro for IIm ncrniiipllghment, Tho work will ho In the i red will prove of great Icern and 4.M enlisted men. or the proaecutfd a oxpodltloiily n powNlhlo nnd mntlnn of n renreacntntlretnlua convention restoring nenrofnl enmtlilin nr.ln.h- - Lmted repicsentatlvc or the people In the land, and, git lug them Independence, could Hfp.tcs, In both House of Cnngres. i report made ut the earliest practicable tho people to draft n constitution nnd cstal nnd cltlc progros In Cuba, Puerto lileo i nan every reason to bcllete. and I tlll retain n protectorate over them. Thl Urgently Needed. ditto. will llsh n general syatem of Independent goy so far a nracilcnhtn. iMiiii,.. believe, that thl transfer of sovereignty proposition your nrtt be found, I am sure, in ih Iho prcnt Importnnee of thl work can Island. In the monntrmr for the if.llOH rehabilitation of the potnl er- - wn In accordance with the wishes nnd tho worthy of would selection. ntSuch nn not ho ton often or too ntrongly prced ernmentlong a the exorcise control over the so Involve wc the outset a been nn OMaenHnl nn1 Imnnrfnnl nsplratlon of the great mnss of upon the attention of tho Concre. In my nnd the Fili- cruel breach of fnlth. It would place the ttrt of tltO Work. Islnnd, the product of Cuba should hava n It tieentiiA inifwi.apv .k pino people. peaceable nml loyal mnjorlty, who ask for FILIPINOS MUST FIRST BE SUBDUED. moMKncc of n yenr aco I cxproed my view mnrkct In tho United Htntes on a good prorlde mall facllltlc both for our force Krotn of tho iiocennlly of n connl which would term nnd with nn favorable rate of duty nr occupation and for the nntlvc population, ity wn the curliest moment, no opportun- nothing better than to ncccpt our nuthority, lost of assuring the people of the Ink tho two crenl oconn, to which I ncnln a nro given to the West Indln Islnnd unlo meet this requirement ha Involved n Island of our nrdeht desire for their wel- nt the mercy of the minority of armed Insurgents. It would make us responsible your consideration. Invito Tho rcaaon nf reciprocity which sbnll bo tiiutantlal then prcucnted for curly action aro even der trontle tho relief of the distressed In yyhm werereconstruction. Tho existing fare nnd of the Intention of thl Govern- for tho nets of the Insurgent 'enders, nnd made,. Tor so frnginentnry, defective nnd ment to do everything possible lo ndvnnce Jioi'HNot Dci'iij It AdTlnnblo to Rccoiii Rtronccr now. Kite u no power to control them. It the lalnt'd of Cuba the Wnr Department hns inrnisqunte that a new nnd comprehensive Issued supplies to destitute, persons through orginlzatlnn hnd to bo created. Amerlcnn their Interest. In my order of the mtli of would charge us with the task of protect-n- g Till: I'AUIH IMPOSITION. mend a Form of (lovcriinieut nrmy, which have trnhied ofllclnl hate been nnslgncd to tho May, 180S, the commander of the military ing them ngnlnst ench other, and defendof the I'repnrutlfMi for tho repreentatlon of tho the olllcer expedition dispatched to the Philippine tlietn ngnlnst any foreign power with nt n cost of nnd executive position, while Until That Time. wn Instructed to Industrie, art mid product of tho ITnlto.l nmounted to B.40.1.000 rations, disarmament we enme not they l,ll7,ftW.fi7, To promote thp quarrel. have been chiefly employed In making to make war upon declare that of that conn. which take choose to Congresj In short. It Htntes at tho World' Kxpimltlon to bo held would from the Cuhiin volunteer nnnr, the um of nn the body of the force. In working ont try, "nor upon the people of In ran next your omitluuo on nn elahoruto of tho nnr mirtr or fe,,nn ted Htnte tho power of declaring the Unipaid from the emergency tun plan the merit rule has been rigorous- fimong them, but to protect S'J.r47,7W wn war and and cniuprohcutv culo, thnnk to tho them In their prerogative In the provided by iKJO. t i '. '"'""ndous liume- -, lu their employment, and In their o Askad fur I'orto Itlco, Hawaii niiproprlatlon provided bv ConcreHH fundthat purpose. the act of Jiiiiunry T,,Islnnd ly and faithfully applied. J.Blatlon Out of the Cuban orn and to tho friendly Intercut tho Kronen eov for hkuvici: iiomi: and personnl be.nnd religiousas right"; that there desirable that I should recommend at thU and Alaika l'avlipiiint of Marrhaal totenue ilurlng tho no doubt should eminent In rhown In furthorlnic n typical 30. lNnl, tl.il'j.flH.SO lx month ending June to tho paramount time n specinc nnd Una! form of governAIinOAD. Marine Chans; win pxponded for In Our 1'luanclal authority there, on the 17th of August It ment for these Islands. When peace shall exhibit of American procren. Though Puerto Itlco nnd the Philippine $'J0:t.M1.70 for charities nnd was decided that "there munt be no Joint lo restored, It will be Lama Naadad-O- ur Huhjoct to tho exchanco of our peace . hrtU a different relntlon to tho United Diplomatic the duty of Connml SKS.DII.0.1 for nld tn the detl-tuteInsurgents"; that the gress to construct a plan of government Irentr with Spain. Oermany nciulred the yet for convenience of ndmlnlstrn. occupation with the .....,... .1 . Judicial Intercourse between the linn Trititaetloii I'fllfn.l Qtfttnm .MMd Asalrnt Trail. peace wm.ivu t nroiino iiiinu ny pureline, pajliic there, court tho nf Cuba nnd I'uerto Hlco nnd of y'tern untiio principle of nu nutonomour protect ,.u,v muni iFieneru wiu within anu which shall establish and maintain freepcron nnd property the dom nnd order nnd peace In the Phlllp-for fi.ooo.WO. AHRiirancc hnvo Ihkh re Hpnln ha been established n provided by has been extended to them. Tho colved from the Ocrmnn government that the treaty of pence. The Cuban political lerelopinont of the postal service In nil of territory occupied hy their mllltnry and nnvnl forces; that the Insurgents nnd nil Until Cnnprea aliatl To the Senate and noun of llcprcsents. Iho right of American inlimloiinrlc ami prisoner In Kpanbih tienal station have '".Islnnd ha Ixon rapid nnd successful, ,n,in i.AW others must recognrzo occuthe trader there will be coniddorntcly been nnd nro being released nnd turned it h.i moved forward on Anorlcan lino. pation nnd nuthority of the mllltnry State. use formal expression of Its will, I shall the United At the threshold nf your deliberations yon the authority vested In me by tho Con. to their home. I would recommend appro- tvlti free delivery, money order nnd regis-am called to mourn with rour couutryincn ystems. nnd hn given the people mall As enrly ns December 4, before the ces- Rtltutlon and the statutes to uphold the priate legislation In order to enrry Into exanticipation of that event, the sovereignty of the. United States lu those the uVnth f Vice President llol.art. who lMtOmtl'.SS IN AIUUHTINO Till: CANA ecution Article 7 of tho treaty of pence with rnrllltle fnr greater nnd more rellnble thnn sion, nnd In In Manila wa urged to restore distant Ishtnds, ns lu.alt other places imiwiptl from thl PIAN IIOI'NDAIIV DIHI'UTi:. fc n the morulg of No. Hpnln, by which the United Htnte assured nny thoy hate ever before eujoyed. It Is commander where VI Mat, Ilia great soul now rent In tlun not nnlr n vital nirenev nf Iruln.trlnl peace and trnnqulllltr. nnd to r,ndcrtnke the our flag rightfully floats. I shall put at the vcnibcr In my lnt nuuunl monce I referred to the payment nf cortnln claims 'for Indemgovernment, disposal of the army nnd navy all the ocl,il nnd business progress, but nn Impor-e.il- i' establishment of a bencllcent eternal peace, III private lift' wn pure Iho ponding negotiation with Orent Ilrltnln nity for It dtlrcn ngnlnnt Hpnln. which should nfford the fullest security for means which the liberality of Congress ami eletnlid, while ), public career wn In reaped tn tho Dominion of Cniuiilii. Ily InDuenco In diffusing n Just under life nnd property. In tho Turkish .'in pi re. tho situation of the people have provided to cause thl and distinguished liy large capacity, slain menu of an oxo'ntlvo ngroetneut n Joint our cltlxcii remains unsatisfactory. Our ffni.illng of tho truo spirit nnd character of On the lllst of December, nfter the trentr lo and wasteful Insurrection to Integrity unci exalted tnotlte. lie ha hlcli cnmmlaalnii Ima been crented for the effort during nearly forty your to bring .tinmen!! niiminist ration, wns signed, "lie Itron from the hlch nfllco which he. tmrpoao of militating nil unaottled (piontlou about a convention nf naturalization seem grow domestic tiostnl KOrvloo contlntiea tn of occupation the commander of the force's ceakc. flag has never wai Instructed "tn announce Our hoiwr.-extrnordlnnry rnpldltv. Th( waved over with nml illgultlod, hut Id lofly char- between the t'nlted Klnte nnd om lo be on tho brink of flnn! failure through the most public manner, munity but In blessing. I believe nny comacter, IiIn devotion tit duty, hi honesty of bcnelng twelve aubject. among (.'unmla. were the nnnounced policy of the Ottoman Torto mid the revenue will ench ex- nnd proclaim lu not ns the Filiwhich that we come, Invader nnd a if),O00,O00 during the current yenr. purpose nml uotilii tlrlu.'"" remain with us the iiucKtloim of tho fur pino? will soon recognize the fnct that It to rcfiiHo recognition nf the alien statu of cel the llaherle but I ortunntelr. since tin hns an n prlcclos legacy nml example, nf tinm'inr. tlvos lu their n friends, to protect the nn. world-wid-not lost Its gift of benediction in lt retltnl of the coniit nnd contlgnnn Inlnnd walcra, native Turkish subjects naturalized abroad ous tlttiCK, Journey to their shores. rhc I'lfiy sixth Congress the rcrctiuc have grown much nnd In their oini. In their employment, In It Iho Aliiaknn boundary, the trnualt of Btnee lMiT. nnd rcllglnu rights." FUTUHH GOVKUNMKNT OK first regular session wttli the oiuiitry In a In bond, the alien labor burn, The nrbltrnry treatment In ome Instance nf'cr ttinn tiie extiomilluie, nnd there Is TIIE HAOn the of January my period will Intention Histdlspntcjilug toI nnnounced comcondition of unusual prosperity, of unlter minim? rlcht. reelnntrltr In fruit,, nitl.lnn nf Amerlcnu productions In Turkey ha at- cteiy Indlcntlon thnt short WAIIAN ISLANDS. of t roapectlng nntnl veol In tracted attention of Into, notably In regard witness the obliteration nf the nntiunl dell-'I- t mission comiosed of three Mnnlln n Some embnrrnssment In the ndmlnlstra-tlo- n k'mhi win among me ni iiotnc, nnii f tho gentlemen nf In thl connection the icport nf the In relation of ponce and frloiidahlu with ., the (Ireat n morn coimtleii. ........... has occurred by reason of the peculiar inarLtm. to our Hour. Large shipments by tho rehighest character nnd . . IWmnstcr cently Eovcriinient Rtnteineut the direct llnr rirrrcommerce liaa nf tlin uorlil Increasefur ..'i .pnria oi iiio .imiinuary, proiaiiu tor too Turkish opened hate been steamship line to of some o Oencrnl embodies n grown up oughlv acquainted with thedistinction, trior. status which tho Hawaiian Island at pres- Orient, who. In viis clgti which unto port In cntncynncc of criminal and denied entrance. shown Croat wrecking uwupj uuuer me joint resolution or nssoeinuon witn Admiral uewey nnd veilunip mill value, The combined Imports and Krtlvnce. cnntom.itntlen vi:ni:7.ui:i.an onMilo of the of some clnhse rt ilw. nw Im Major General Otis, were Instructed to annexation approved July 7. IS'.iS. While 8ki:tm:mi:nt the tri'iitment and etp-ir- t of mail mai- "facilitate the most liumnue nnd effective by that resolution the Itcpubllc of Hawaii of tin year nre thn largest rer Much progrea ha been mndo by tho nOUNDAilY. ler which wrongfv exercise the privilege of shown li) n single year In nil our history toward tho ndjuitmout of many of extension ot nuthority throughout the Isl- - ni nu independent nation was extinguished. the pound rate, nnd show that If thl Its separate Our otHrt IMm alone exceeded hy theae ipioatlon. The International Commission of ArbitraWhen It became apparent nun, nnii 10 secure, wuu tne least possl propeity nnd sovereignty destroyed nnd Its more tlin it n billion dollar ihit Import nil. I that nu IrreconcllnhlH dlfferonco of view tion rendered an nwnrd on October .1 last tied, class matter had been properlv clnssl possessions vested in the Unihie and hud paid the rnte which It nhouhl orou delay the benefit ,,f a m(. nn,i KPn eiport I'ntiihlnoil In WO The Import per wh entertained rcancctliitr tho itollitilintlnn whereby the boundary line between Vene States, yet n protection of life nnd property to tho ted Its government complete establishment nro 20 er rout lea than In 1S70. of tho Alnnkau iMiuudary. In the failure of zuela and llrltlsh tsulnnn I determined, Imic pilil. Instead of a postal deficit for Inhnbltnnts." for under our srstem was not effected. While the municipal laws of wltlls the eximr per capita nro M prr ront nn agreement n to the tnoanliig of Article thus ending n controversy which him exist- the l.tkt fiscal yenr, there would hnvo been While the treaty of pence was i nun ed for the greater part nf the century. The n nrplu. The reform thus suggested. In sideration In the Senate, these under con- the Islands, not enacted for the fulfillment inoti than u 170, showing tin- oi inn iroaiy or 1M1 betweon Jtu-Commisnwnrd, n to which tho arbitrators were tli" opinion of tho Postmaster Oenernl. capacity of the United Slate to satisfy tho of treaties nnd not Inconsistent with the nnd tlrent llrUnln, nn adjournment wn wants of It oh n Increasing population n I J ken until the boundary thould be adjusted unanimous, appenr to bo equally satisfac- w.,a'd not onlr put the postal service nt sioners set out on their mission of good Joint resolution or contrary to the Constiwill and liberation. m on a basts, but would welTn to contribute to tLoe of the people by the government. The xubject ha lieon tory to both parties. more Hut before their arrival nt Mnnlln. the tution of the United Stntes or nnr of Its undergone n rev- pirmlt crent nnd valuable Improvement, receiving the cnreful attention which It treaties, remain In force, yet these lawn of oilier nations, rnrcttcln hu once rew leaders of The Insnrgent under (Jenernl ntnl I commend the subject to the consid- sinister ambition of n o situation full the relate only to the social nnd International linportnnco demunda, with tho reault that a olution. rillplno had created of affairs of the PINANCIAL CONDITION 01' n sanguinary engagement In eration of the Congress. Cnstro, nftcr tniMlu ilrendl for prollonnl demnrkntlon embarrassments for u nnd most grievous many subjects Islands, and do not touch COt'NTItV. l In the region almt the of Importance which ore inou i:iTicin.'cY of I.ynn Canal which they suffered much loss, milled In In Its consequences to themselves. The tiii: navy Government receipts from ll source for baa been agreed upon, nr.d It I hoped thnt the mountainous Interior nml advanced toThe navy ha maintained the plrlt nnd clear nml Impartial preliminary report of of n broader national character, and sevtho nenl yiiir oiuIpiI Juno .10. IS!., Includthe negotiation now In progrea between ward the capital. The bulk of the nrmy hlsti elllclency which hate nlwny cliarnc-tcizematters of detail touching the the Commissioners, which I transmit here- eral otherboth ing ll,7lx.an 14 part payment of tho Con. the two got eminent will end In an agreehating sided with the tnotement. President of the Island and of the fedlucid nnd comprehensive a Interests that ha of with, give tral Pacific llallrnad huiohtcdiic, negro ment for the oatalillahmont nnd delimita- Andrado ejulttod Cnrncns, where General tie gallantry sort Ice, and notionlost none ha history of ho the political Insurrectionary eral government. whlcji Ily tho resolution of nnnexntlon the gated Sfiotiv.,oO.:tij. Cuntnui rooolpt woro tion of n iiermnuent boundary. set up a provisional got ernment, Msnallzed It In heroic nnd glorious post. movement that the story need not be here Cnstro was directed to appoint five CommisApnrt from theae nneatloua, growing nut with which our Minister and the represent-ntlte- s The nation hn brilliant 1i4S 7r,. nml tlioup from Intornal repeated. It I enough to iipm! pride In the of other powers entered Into diplo- later nchlercmeuts, The olllcer It earlr nnd claim of the rebel lender, thnt that wns sioners, to recommend to Congres 73,l37,ini..".l Tor tho fluoul yor tho nf our relationship with our northern nclcli. he have shown legislation concerning the Islands ns such iHir, the moat friendly dlatoaltlon nnd rendr matic relation on the 20h of November, ripomlltttre woro Tri,(KCt,&)l.02, limlnff n they txcullnr ndnptntlon for the nerformnnce of promised Independence by nnr ofllcer of the should deem necessary or proper. The renKreeiiient hate mnrked the dlacurdon of 1MI0. ilifldt nf Mt.ltl,5nO.II7. nsw nnd dellc.ite clutle which our recent United State In return for his nsslstnuco. 'Ilio Koorolarr nf tho Troury otlmtr utiinerou innttor nrMtic In ii Mit nnd coMMKitciAii ha not foundation In fact, and Is categori- port of the Commission was transmitted ci.osi:d duu-it hns Imposed. your Intimate Intrrcoumc of the United Htnto that tho rooolpt for tho nirront It enn not he doubted thnt Cnngres will cally denied by the very witnesses who to Congress on December (1. 1SDS, but the itncp.sH. will averrirato Jivto.ltfts.lli ami upon tho with Croat llrltaln. nt once iniiko nrovlslon for tho woro called to prove It. The most the In- bill still nwalts flnnl action. section of the tariff net, The fourth The people of Islnnd nro entitled to lial of prwnt approprlntliin, tho oxpoti plate fnr the leader hoped for when he July HI, 1'J7. appear tn provide ntni'ir nnd building. vessel now under con- surgent was the liberation of the camo to the benefits andthose privileges of our Constituilltiiro hIII attrocalo ihiO.(iV,II2. Irnvlnc Oflt ATTITI'DK TOWAIID Till". IIOKUH. 1 recommend Manila tract Island that a mirplu of I0.( !.( Thl Oovcrnmcnt hn mnlntntued nn nt only for commercial treaties, which should ( nncres ennct such special legislation the from the Spanish control, which ther had tion. It Is manifestly Important Hint an I ns nnd also be entered Tor tho jonr ontlocl Juno ."V). l.iO, I' llliido of iiiiiirullty In the unfortunate con. ratified bv Into br the Presidenttwo year mi) be necesaary to enable the department been laboring for years without success to net shall be passed ns speedily us possible, the riennte within erecting those Islnnds Into a Judicial dlr tout between Urent Ilrltnln nnd the lloor Iho liitrmal roromio rocvtpw wore to make contract enrly In the coming Tear throw off. It pnsrage Contentions of reciproci- for nrator of the trlct, providing for the appointment of n Hliont siouumrmo tate of Africa. We hnvo remained fnith from The prompt accomplishment of this work-b- Judge nnd ty have boon idgiidl during the Congres- ol allied In thl best quality chat can be other Tho proaont Krntlfylne utronelh of tho .fill to tho precept of molding entangling the American army nnd tinvy gave him of procedure In proper officer and method country for the Maine, t alliance sional recet with tlreat Ilrlt'iln for the Ol a to affair not of our direct con appellate proceeding, nnd Treasury I lwwii liy the fart that on nnd Missouri, nnd provision other Ideas and ambitions, nnd Insidious Had rlrciiinatnncea uggeatel that respective colonic of llrltlsh (lulnna. liar- - nf the net of ?.fnreh :' that the I. IStii. tho nrallAlilo oah Ihi1hoo . corn. that the government of this newly ac1KO1 llmitin-- . perverti.n suggestions from various quarter wo I.IN.OM.HST TV, of HhWli Ji'l."ll.l:..,W 'the part lea tn the ipinrrcl would hate wel-- ! bartoe. Ileruiuda, Jamnlcn nr.d Turk' anil j price of armor to MX) per quired territory under the federal constiton be revoked. ed the purpose nnd Intentions with which tution shall be f k at a In soM oiJn ami liulllon fully defined and provided Tho comll emol nnv kindly extirolnn of the hn,-- of cnico island ana with the r ho had taken up arm. n Till: PI'NSION lion of roiidilrnoo which pre nil throokh th? American people thnt war might bo Nicaragua. Important reclproci ROLLS DHCnPAStNG for. No sooner hnd our nrmy captured Mnnout tho country ha ALASKA IN NErjD OF HRTTUIt LAWS. hrougtit colli Into JMiiYt'il. our gmol nllb'e would hnvo been lion unto iso neon concurdra On the 30lli of June, 1S00. the pension lln thnn the Filipino forces begnn to asmid with the Argentine It moro conorat uo, nml 'mtnim receipt arc giauiy lonnoroti A neoelty for Immediate legislative reren of the T'nlted Stnto numbered 091,511). sume nn attitude of suspicion and hostility nio initoii ritnte now Hlmoiit entirely nnlil In that colli. The President here refei ? t nt I'rotorln wa earlr Imttrucletl TVse Include the pensioners of the nrmy which the utmost efforts of our otllcers and lief exists In the Territory of Alaska. The tn aoo thnt nil neutral American Interest taken In the lntermitl Increase in population by Immigration durIKjOOMMl'MIH nnd nnty lu nil our war. The number troops were unable to disarm or modify. 1IAINTAIMNO IJXIST. Im tepected liv the ctiuibntant. Thl ha lean Itcpubllc. ami M Hilled to the roll during the year wan 40,- - Thslr kindness and forbearance were taken ing the past few rears, consequent upon isti not.n KTAN'lAlll. been nn easy tusk In tlow of the posltlte putiucM or tsouiM nnii e nutntier dropped by rensou of ns n proof of cowardice. The aggressions the dlscotcry of gold, has produced such a 1 wrsontly roonmuietHl that. In mipport tho deilaratlon of both ItrltUh nn-- l ltoer nu now reureseuted. and marriage, minor by legal lltnlta- - or tne l uipinos continually Increased, un condition ns calls for more nmplc facilities the merabor have riUtln; Bold tanilnl anil tn inalntnlu "tho thnrltli that tho peraounl nnd property urn will, according 10gl and more numere to clolm within three year, til Anally, just before the time Ret by the for local right nf our cltUens should bo obsertod. in raiuo ni tho oln of tho ause. wn 43,160, and the nnm- - Senate of the United Stntes for a vote upon ous conveniences of civil and Judicial adtennnco U assured for inotnii coii aim Miter), ami tho eoiial treaty, nn nttack, evidently prepared In ministration. 4 the isaliowcd wna 107.010. ino Japanese orerument ha power oi etrry minor ai an time in ttie lively Intrreat In the proportion nfulinirn! a In view of thl fact. There Is pracileallr no organized form of ne.ns.lon certificate woro advance, was made all nlong the American tho general I T l which resulted in a terribly destruc- got ernment In the Territory. There Is no nild It were KeeV.Virv f il ' .iT r,nc lltUln ( rar "H"ny to iiiininto Mini project, ' nucMlonto of of the r IIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ ch 37.077 amountfor new or lines, and sanguinary repulse i nit a I .. tive iiiivnii lllllllll 111111 llir iii.iiI iH'iietlt rnnin iiii(b rcvr of the Insur nuiuoruy, except; in emigres, to pass any d sbursed a'aa. ou. Tho law. no matter how local or trivial, and tho witn the dnty tioni iMiwor ami cnarciiiand to employ to Ipplnea n branch d nnvr pensions during tho year gents. tho roat i r".'np 0:.w,".c". "rr.p difficulty of convoying to the Congress nn ell Pnltod Htnte Imnd such ' of Japan. It would Tills was tho unhappy condition of n flair l.fi.'1.4(11.01 V052.05. which wa ,ni1 other effwtlve mean a. may In necessary mntloii Twerr the utlllly of tho confemnin l 'V,,lllr ' which confronted our Commissioners ou adequate conception and understanding of thn stun nf the annrnnrlatlon. then grown to mort to those end.. The authority .ImuM I.: , enha n hnd friie Grand Army nf the itcpubllc. at It their nrrtvnl In ofMnnlln. They peace come the various need.i of the people In the difelude the power tn soil Mind on lone nml , the Inltcd Ktate lat.i Vllrect Japan nm ,.,Jr',t,,7tl easily understood. I establishing hope telegraphic and ferent communities encampment, ueiii nt see hort time. a. condition may require, nnd relation '!?,ll"c ,U? "V'?n 'lsVsVffffffBBH cent nationalbrought to my attention nnd with tho Without ro ea InV the order. What they actually found can be of no reason why a more complete form ha at 1!' hiMiltl prorlito for a rate of InlorVst lower territorial organization should not b ,,n,0V Ion. of my special their own of I'ebruary 10 lo thnt of n the Congress the wisdom nnd best set forth aIn war Is, thewords:In which provided. m,,,t,".1 .?f ."'i0 VC than that fixed by tho net of January II. IM'J. "Deplorable one modification of the third secJnstlce nf K.? "i.."f n cable to State, which till i ltT.. While Ihero U iioh i,a The President hero cites the temporary tion of the act of Jane '.'7, 1S!3. which pro- we are now engaged was unavoidable by n. government Joyed this, honor. . .. "'. fright which withdraw, gold from The h, - I -- "Vuri" V7L 1.1. " which was pravhled for the by a bold, ndventurons vides pension for the wldowg of otlloers We were nttacki-ernment. hut. nil the confrarr. aueli w l.to. should not take measure tn lirlnir alHiut pi:aci: conpkii nnd enthusiastic army. No nlternnttrc was Territory of Loulslnnn In 105. and recomHi:.snrR men who served nlnetr day and enlisted prcad confidence thai gold ork tho Trca. this result by direction mends the same legislation for Alaska. left to ns except Ignominious rctrent. too Government, In Invitation of Ills M- or more during the tiry, demanding paper inonry tn exrhingo; tlu J'lislmaator General of In- - authorized to ajesty response to the Itussla, delegates from and were bffnornbly War of the Itclieltlon. discharged, provided "It Is not to be conceived thnt nnr Atnerl. FUTunn government the Kmperor of enn would have sanctloaed the surrender pouto mco. lut lie competitive bid for the eatabllsh-men- t twenty-siwidow nro without other mean countries were nisembted at thnt such UirC'OMMrVDH DI'.VIM.OPJtnNT OP Till! I recommend that legislation to the same of A cable; the company making the The Hague on the lMh of May, a meniber of support than their dallr labor, and were of Manila to the Insurgents. Out obligaMIJUCIIANT MAP.INi:. to other nation and tn the friendly end be had with reference to the governbest responsible btd to bo nwnrdeil the con. nf a coiiferenci In the Interest nf nejoe. married to the soldier, sailor or marine, on tions The value nf an American merchant ma trart, the successful cnmpanv to give ample The neenslou Hcemed to be opportuue for acconnt of whoso service they claim pen Filipinos nnd to ourselves nnd our flag de- ment of Porto Itlco. The time Is ripe for bond to secure the completion of tho work tho serloti consideration of n plan for the sion, prior to the dnte of tho net. The manded that force should lie met: br force. the ndoptlon of a tcmnorarr form of govHue to tho extension of our commercial holding of the department Is that Whatever the future of tne Philippine ernment for this Island, and manr suggestrade nnd the strengthening of our piwer .ltlIn a reasonable time. pacific adjustment of International differ Income, aside from her dally may be, there I no course open to us now tions mnde with reference to Alaska are aptiimu the ra lnvltoi the Immediate action Kt'SMiA piiovi:s once, n subject In which the American peo- firescnt iii:ii Anni:m:Nci: nf t'ougrraa. Our nntlonsl detolnpment will ple have been deeply Interested for many labor, doe not pxceed In nmount what her except the prosecution erf the war, until plicable to Porto Itlco. $00 per annum, the Insurgent nre reduced to submission. AUIIIT1IAT10N PIUNCIPl.i:. lie one aided and iinatlfnrorv so long a The ytem of civil Jurisprudence now jc.tnt, and n dellnlte project for n perma- pension would be, be deemed to be without other The commission I of tho opinion thnt ndopteil by the people of this Islnnd Is the remarkable growth of our Inlnnd Indus. Claltiu growing ont of the seizure of nent International tribunal wn Included la tdio would support by competent lawyers, who nre fa. trie remain niiaccoiu.inle.l by procre thnn her dally labor, and there ha been no time since the destrucAmerican sealliu; veaaols In llerinp Ren tho Instructions to the delegate of the mean nf in the There I no lack of leglala. .have l.ocn under discussion with the gov-tln-n Pulled State. The flnnl net cf the confer would be entitled to a pension under this tion of til Spanish squadron by Admiral miliar with It. as thoroughly modern and which shall giro to the country marl 'ernment of Itussla for several tear, with once Include convention upon the ntnrllor net, while If tho widow's Incame. Independ- Dewey, when It was possible to withdraw scientific, so far ns It relates to matter o ... ntlon of the law nnd custom of war on ent of the nmount received by her ns the our forces from the Islands, either with International business, trade, production, t rellCt II Cnnillicnslirato ItlllO Wllh Ita III- - Ihn n.ivnl tinnnv r..... It .si nn n .'....... dtMtrUI achievement and with It rank submit them to the decision of a single Intnl. the ndnptntlon to maritime tvnrfarc renit or tier unity innor. noes exceed in honor to ourselves or with safety to the nnd social and private rlkhts In generaT. The cities ot the Island nrv gmcrned unthe nation nf the earth We ahall bltrntor. Ily thla net lliusla ntrnnl nrmif of the principle of the Geneva Conven nmount what her pension would be. she Inhnbltnnts." The course thn clenrly Indicated der charters which probably require very to realize our opportunities, however. of her adherence to the beneficent prln- - tlon of IM5I, nnd the extension of Judicial I would not be penslonnWe nndcr the net. I been unflinchingly pursued. little or no change. So that, If we complacently regard only mailer nt I elple of arbitration which her Plenipoten- method to International cases. The con ' n ndtlsed by the Commissioner of Thp rebellion must be put down. Civil to matters ot local concern with relation lnn that the nmount of the Income inline, and blind ourselves tn tho Necessity tiaries conspicuously favored nt Tho Hague nud private) for the p.ielile settlement nf Inter pension would be government can not be thoroughly estabtight. It Is not probable thnt much If any nf securing nnr share In the valuable carry- disarmament conference, wheu It was iidvo- ennlllet cmlmdlo the lendlnc fea 'lowed before title tn lished until order I restored. With a de- legislation Is desirable; but with reference ing ttade of tho world barred ha vnrli3 widely nndcr different 'oHtcd by the rcprescntntlte of the United ture of the American plan, with uoh mod u were rendered necessary by the ministration of the Pension Ofllce. ns well votion and gallantry worthy of Its most to public administration nnd the relation State. A CIIAITKIt ON Tlir: TIM'HT.S. grout diversity of views and Interest rep '''' during different period of the same ad- - brilliant history, the army, nbly nnd loynllv of the Island to the federal government, 8irrn.i:.ii:.NT Combination anil n il I'vt M i iiaj vh urv ut tliut of capital organized Into on this Tin: samo'an the by al.. delegntes. The four title iitltiljti-.itlniil)iiiriiiitJtia ti 1111 liai- linnti llin nu nan nt juoi nsslted by but navy, has carriedcampaign there are many matters which nre of prens-In- c trust to control tho conditions of trade unwelcome most rlchteou QI'CSTION. urgency. It must be borne U mind complaint nml crmr-.Miiof the contention protble for the maintentuong our rltlzens. to stifle comnctltlnn. Although thnt since the cession Porto ltlco has been With the npnrovnl of the Secrctnry of the with richly deserved success. A stllsfnctory arrangement wn concluded nance of general no.ieo. the exercise nf pood limit piiMluctlon nnd determine the price iieiween tne giitorumciit olllce nnd lllltll.lt Ion. tlin frinunllnn nf enm Interior, the Commissioner of Tensions rec- their operations have been nomcwh.it in- denied the principal markets she bad long of Germnuy nnd Ar fflVakiltl tlaital MniT aitltiiallaiiil lit. tin am. mission nf Inquiry nnd International arbl ommend thnt, lu order to make the prac- terrupted nnd checked by a rainy season enJoyed. nnd our tnrlff hnto been contini.tiBinmi. ny tlrtucor which Ungliiud , -Prti, f ... aro t.r.ita- - pmvoklng public .li .V....V..,, of unusual Tlolence nnd duration, they have . i. i nt nil timet uniform, and to do products a " " ..i, - v""!'""" j trillion. The protNlou for nrhltrntlon con tice to the dependent widow, tho nmount gained ground steadllr In every direction, ued ngnlnst hersovereignty. wheu she was n.l al.....l.t ' arl- - .li,lm ll.r. . ,.., 1.,.. ..f ft... ::-ion . nndcr Spanish lempiaieH cue inrtnntion or n permanent in oilier illrecllons, nml liolh power I to a Income nllowed. Independent pf the pro- nnd now lok forward confidently of desirable that the government of the It lTlfer,Thlcot I. one giving rl.e to manv dl- - Ki'"" " ."LVL11!.0. l tribunal before which disputed cases may coed of her dally labor, fchould be not les speedy completion of their task. Island, nnd the law of belligerent right, be brought fur -- etileineiit by the mutual tercont tlewa n to the nature nml vnrlety " tint, juro per nnnum; nnd he urge thnt the Tho unfavorable circumstance connect now maintained through the executive de ,ortbin of the eromi Ivinc to tlio consent of the litigant in each ed with nn active campaign have not been partment, should be superseded by an adnr cause nnd extent nf the Injnrle to tho shall so amend the net n to ''Here nf west lmicl n . case. The ndvantngos of snch n permanent permitted to Interfere with the equally Im- ministration entirely civil In Its nature. public which ni.v result from largo roinl.l- - mYir 'J the ll itimil mu'of Tutu t"C Pension Ofllce to grant pensionable Impromptu comtnIiion nf nr Is " 0! bltratlon over conceived to bo concentrating more or es timiier- - i., . Mill! e Mlttla nations ,i widows tinder the term of the portant work of reconstruction. A notable For present purposes I recommend nro that al the nctunl ex on enterprise mid cnldlahinciifa wh'eh ' Congress pass "cctlon of tho net of June Ji, 1800 beginning hns been made In the establishIstence of law for the court, prepared to ir.'Dr.prNDKNci: provtnusl) to tho formation nf the cnmhlnn-llncuiia. iidmlnlsler a competent greater eiononiv re w';n,,p. Income aside from tlio proceeds of ment ot it government tn the Island of nf u temporarya government, organization which shall Justice, tho I Negro, which I deserving of were carried on separately. My nununl message Inst .tear wn JJ..0 suiting from a well-do- t for the Ised Hystcm. ami the '',,0', ' ''', ' to be nofsimple per of sideration. This wns tho first Island tocon- providesubject tn appointment br the Presincdevoted lu groat part to a consideraIt I nnlversallv conceded that eomblnn l bcllete thl act confirmation br the Sendent, Jmllclnl skill nml experience ''"'" ccpt American sovereignty. Its people tlon which engrns or control the market tion of the Stiatilsh wnr nml of the reult It which hucIi n tribunal would soon posses Justice, nnd heartily recommend It. ate, of a government nnd such other ofllcer proclaimed allegiance to tho Uni- us the general administration of the Island any particular l.'nd of iiiorchHiidlse or wrought mid the condition It Imposed for nf Thus Interpreted, the contention for the TWELFTH CKNSUS NOW UNDIHt WAY. ted tho future. I nm grntttlrd to announce thnt comniodlly mvenrv to tho general com State, aud adopted a constitution j nrror(1ance tl? the preliminary looking to the establishment of a popular may require, mid thnt nfor legislative purtnutilty. br snpprislng natural and ordl tin treniy nf peace lias restored friendly !,V1V. I,,,.,,rn,'',,1l nt IntrninllotMl conflict npprotod March with lMf.t, net of Congros pose, on subject of local nature, not a realizing the larne.t II. government. It wn Impossible to guaran- partaking of a federal character, a legislanary competition, whereby prli are tin tint two power. Uffect ileslre nf a great number of American cltl work , between w,, the twelfth ecu- - tee to the jteoplo of Negro thnt the consti- tive council, composed partly of Porto duly onlmneeil to the general consumer, nro ha been given to lis most Important prov- r.'. ..'.,!. f Justice. i'xpreed "'V ',,',I,if'iic mid memorial. lu KIU u now fully under war. The otllcers tution so ndoptcd should be the ultimate Kleins and partly of citizens of tho United obtiotlnu not only to tho common Inw. but ision, the ovneuntlou of Puerto Itlco hating required for the proper ndiuliiltrntliu of form of government. Such a question, un- States, shall be nominated and appointed iieeumpllahed on October Is, he nlo to the public welfare There must nr ' .' " '" HU,r. f(.r ,,,N "0,L'' It der the treaty with Spain, nnd In accord-nnethe duties Imposeii have been The wlih Irnwnl from Cuba wn effected !. n remedy for the cills Intnlved In such by the President, subject to continuation (, I .Mn f. I.1' r1(,lori'1 'linracter of the con,i,nt the twelfth census will em- with bv the llrst of Jnnuiir). gnnlzntlon If the propnt law cm bo that the full re bv the deog,e of piuislzo (.or reninrknble advance lu nil that exclusively our constitution nnd laws, come by thn Senate, their acts to be subject to within the Jurisdiction of Con- the approval of Congress or the President, certnlnly to control or check chtnhlthtuciit of ponce found the relin- Uioro ,!,ri'"'r , i.ioro aoverelfn Ntnteu Cnrtlier !....,...... HI IlilllllJUII .IllUKIVI-n- , ......-- ......-gress. The government nclunlly set up by prior to going Into effect. In the municithese monopolies nr trust. It should hi quished territory held by u lu trut for the rtA... ....... I It lo the favorable action of the ivum-u- t iirui'iiein-ini .tvna eventually the Inhnbltnnts of Negro Whatever power the Inhabitants, maintaining, under the til roe rtniio without delay I recC ' hU,M' W"0, .rVeVlon"of tliemitlonnl forets. Inan- - proved unsatisfactory to the native them palities and other local Cnngre ioiC".t r'awalls" MO.aeo over thl most Impor lion of the Kxucutlte. such government nnd ommend that the principle of loc.it scl A new syntcm wa put Into force by government be nppllcrt by the Department of the Interl.r selves. taut subject should bo promptly ascertained emu ml therein nx should consort public DISPOSITION nt once. OF Till! VOLl'XTi:i:K ,ln lt07, has been continued durlug the past order of the major general commanding order, restore the productlto condition of nnd nsserted. WHY CIVIL SERVICE QUDEIt WAS AM lyenr, nnd much has been accomplished In the department. KUGIMUNTS. The prosecution bv Iho United Slnles of peace no long disturbed bv the liiatublllty MENDED. the igo, rite President gives nil details connected offense) iimler the net of 1M0 hns been fro and disorder which pretnlled for tho greatSince my Intf annual nnd In ll", way of tireveiitlng forct n lire nndlarge The executive order of Mny 0, lSOd, fluently resorted to In Iho lederl Court, er pirt of the preceding three deende. nnd obedience to the nctH of Congress of April ""lection of timber. There re now event-forc- with the new system of government of the limit of the einsslftcd service, Negro, which was put lu force. mid notable effort In the restraint of Inter build up that tranquil development of the 22 nnd 2fl, 1KtS. tho retmilnliig volunteer tracts covered by forests which will brought of Uill, ho reserved nnd set nnart for forest otillsfiMl for the Spanish wnr. rons-ttThe authorities of the Sulu Islnnd hate sort Ice within the nearly nil ofiho civil stnto commerie. such n tho Trans Missouri uouicNiic Mine wiieieny mono can no n"," tmU. can hc ""'.,, -- SnBro, nccepted the succession of the United eetitlvo law and rules not previously th? ex. Association mid the Joint Trnllle nllrcd I In high puipose. a proclaimed lu lug of :i4.S1l regulnts and 110.202 tobui- - "?v; rielrlit classicltll sort Ice adopted by tho Con-nn- leers, with over .1.000 "'""Id Increase the npproprlatlous for the Mates to mo rignts or tspmn, nun our nag fied. Association, hato been successfully opposed the Joint gres on the lltth of April. 1S1W. by which been discharged from tolunleer otlloers. ha work " protecting the forests. over that United suppressed. llots will give fullterritory. The tho the military scrtlco. Some of the inclusions were found wholly protictlon to Of the volunteer. f17 oilier r nnd 14.N11 AGHICULTUIIAL DP.PAItTSIKST DOING State ""he question I so Iniporlnul nnd far the United Stnto disclaimed nny In case any fntelgn nation should at- Illogical nnd unsulted to the work of the thnt I nm sure no pnrt of It will Hon or Intention to exercise soterclgnty. men were sorting In tho Philippine, nnd GOOD WOItK. After tempt to Impose upon hlui. The United several departments. evident cnreful considevery phase of It Jurisdiction or control oter Cuba, except bo lightly iHinsldi red. but w,,., ,,!liJ!L,!;ir',7n.,,nr The Department .... Agriculture I con-b- State will not sell the Island of Jolo. or eration It became that certain .,.... lAJinuiiitiK inf iieeus "i ......t. ., .. .. will hiiv't the studied deliberation nf the for the pacification thereof, mid asserted ratification '?, amendments were necessary These iiineiid-tnent- s lie uuuiiom any other Island of tho Jolo nrchlpelngo to wneii unit wa nceom Congress, resulting in wise ana judicious u uoieruiinnii in-were promulgated by me lu executive V,'7, 7nIU,,,,Br,,v T. ' nil the State nnd Territories. It is pllshed. to leave th government and con m.rt...r,ia.JriV.f. VZKl action, ViiiL frn,lt. tif'luclng seeds mid "bints of great value. any foreign nation without tho consent of order dated Mny 20, 1SU0. ""n!! x'Uxct' trol of the Islatid to II people. The pledge 'I01 V iicw troop. 1 hey were re- - iul promoting fuller diversification of crops, the Sultan. In Salaries for the Sultan and hi The places were comparatively few In OUIt l'0Iti:i(lN ItULATlONS. islthe administration of the contained lu thl resolution associates of tho high-- ...i .;.... turned home m the order In which ..i.. . iir 'limit,. ............. upon to the amount number. with foreign est honorable obligation, nnd must be sa- n7,t.f,?i.Mn"""i' nml .'r.' A review of our relation All of the nmendmeuts bad for tbelr main part of the and have been agreed "?" ranks"f U".n!' ' iahu' '"re Imported for nilencouragement. of $700 monthly. Into I presented, wllh such recommenda- credly kept. sen a more efficient nnd satisfactory adand. In. Cnlted Slate, f'nder thl Thl nation ha nnmed before the world The agreement of General nates was made object tion! n nro deemed appropriate. ' ' i mi i - v. nu. sugar-bee- t factory multiplies in tne subject to the action of tho Congress and ministration ot the srstem of nptwlntinents, The long ponding boundary dispute bo n crave responsibility for tho future good lobn,"c as established by the civil service Isw. lZ lil.,""M,"liiof 1""1"ir f"r1,Up North and fnr West, scml tropical plant thl Iweou Hie Argentine Itepiiblle nnd Chile got ernment of Cuba. Wo have accepted n Cu. Iwith the reservation that wny ngreoment m,nt , tU(, Hontl ,,,, funm-pia- i Presented to thl Congress are great opKmm' to give the of which call wn settled lu March lust br tho nwnrd of trust, the fulfillment not to be deemed In nny for Phlllptilne who jo untarlly nrt. s. With them come ltos are sought for the choice production the sternest Intcgrlcr of purpose nnd the cnmmUslon. nn which iho Unitconsent of Iho Unltd States to the exist- portunities.The power confided crent u Innl?,ViUV nfter their tertnt.of the far l.'ast. The hybridizing of fruit in arbitral to exercise of tho highest wisdom, The new or ence of slavery In the 'Sulu archipelago. I creases the weight of our obllgutlon to the ed Stale Minister nt Iluenns Ayre bjtment had expired. tree mid grain Is conducted la tho search communicate these facts to the Congress Cuba yet to nrlae from the nshe of tho Ily the not of Mnrch 2. 1SO0. Concrcs isItumpire. people, and we must be profoundly scusl-th- e I grnllfvlng to be nhle to announce pnst must need bo bound to us by tie of gave ntithorllv to Increase the regular nrmy for varieties adapted to tho ciactlng condl- for it Information ami action. as we inlllgntcd Nlugulnr Intimacy and strength. If it on. to a maximum not excoedlni (V..IXX) enlistUverythlng Indicate that with the speedy und ot them problems contemplate the new thnt the llelglnn government hn I Im- grate which confront us. a widespread Interest in the Cro suppression of the Tngalo rebellion, the restriction on tho Importation of I cut during wolfnio I to ho assured. Whether ed men, and to enlist n force of ,'1.1,000 vol. Itiient of our public highway nt the lu Iho atchliielago will soon resume Its life Aiming only nt tho public pood, we ctia reorthose tie shall be organic or conventional, uiiteers to be recruited from tho country nt tin from tho United State, lo which it time, nnd the Department nt Agrl- - dinary cettirse under the protection of our not err. A right Interpretation nf the peomessage tho destinies of Cuba are In some rightful largo. Ily tlrtue of thl nuthority. the reg ferred In inr InM anminl ple's will aud of duty can not fall tJ Inl with tut people in form and mntiuer Irrevocably linked with ular nrmy mis ncen increased tn the mini and the A contention fif extradition with Ilrnzll. locality lu making the best possible sovereignty, will enjoypeople of thoseand a sure evlse measures for the welfare of tho it prosperity islands signed May 14. 1M7. hn boon ratified by our own. but how mid how far I ber of 111,000 enlisted men nnd 2.24S olllcer which hate come rom local material anil in exportthe freedom which they hnto never before) Island the United Stnter, under Inure authorthe llrailllnn Legislature, Commission, which for the future to determine In the nun now tolunleer regiment Imro been ity nf mid to the wllh steel tracks. ripeness of event. of schools are common Interest and lasting honor of our Whatever Im the gnnizeii nggregatlng .KI,(S0 enlisted men known. Already hundred Tin Nicaragua Canal outcome, we must see IIILIPPINi: QUESTION DISopen mid tilled with children. to It that i.ii- -i oiucers. hnd been engaged upon tne .work nf examicountry. Never has thl nation hnd mom ship cntml nn forco now in Manila conll o nation nnd snrtoy for n eompletcil Itrnnlo free Culm bo n reality, not n name; n perThe future government of tho Philippines abundant cause than during the past vear cussi:d. . fect entity, not n hasty experiment bearHIM mjilH regulars Oth of December, with the Congress of the United for thankfulness to God for manifold blessthe treaty rest icros Nicaragua, hating wn on ing within Itself the element of failure. olllcer andor the volunteers, and dlolted mm i.;wt nnd mndo It report, tween the United Stntes nnd States. Few grater responsibilities have ings aud mercies, for which wo make refmaki Huy .'II, and nn June 10 n now intnui ss on, Our mission, to accomplish which we took cregato or 1.41W olllcers and I signed. It provided among oth- - ever been confided to u. If wo accept erent acknow lodgment. up tlio wage nf buttle. Is not to bo fult hen the troop now under mt Spnln should cedo to the them In a spirit worthy of onr nice nnd our known n the Isthmian Canal Commission, (Signed.) WILLIAM McKINLKY. . wn organized under the term of the net filled by turning adrift nnr loosely framed reach Manila, the rot the archipelago known a the traditions, n great opportunity come with ipproted March :i. 1WI. for the purpose f commonwealth to face the vIcIshUkiIc wm comprise ".ail land; t lint the United Htnte - them. The Islands lie under the shelter of Executive Mansion, December 5, lSUt. which too often ntteud weaker states Tho muster nut of Mimlnlng the American Isthmus. spnln tho sum of twenty mil- out- - ttnt;. They nre ours by etery title nf Capk Ttnvx enjoys a certain distincmost prartlcnbio whom na In rut wealth nnd abundant re- organized for the a,nii tnnt mo civil rignts law mid equity. rlow to determining the ship canal iicms Ther enn not be source nro offset by the Incongruities of ntlon of n uiy for n ua nr itiu native tnd feasible route II probable cost and If ne desert them, r.e leave them tion in rcspeejt to the height of its their political orgnnlrntlon nnd the recur-lin- from Mhxilm tit tones thus fCdoj, 10 tho nt once to anarchy and finally to harhsjUm. thn isthmus, wllh Tho tallest is 6 feet 8y Inches ocrnflou for Internal rivalries to sap l'"r. tnfdise jthor essential detail. IDT the We lllng hcm, n gii'd n tipple of discord, commission, under I he presidency of their alrciigth nnd dissipate their energies. of tho neW.t The Iy the nmong the tlvnl powers, no one of which while Ihero t.rc U5 others over six fcei H. N. The grttitci'i blessing which can come to becu a wfld cur Ai'mlrnl John G. Wulker, V. ana vy could penult auutUcr to autze thctu uu in UclijiO. THE MESSAGE. 10' -- 11 11 d nirt-ctln- na-liv- Ken-crnt- postal at !Y'; tlte: h... 1 el. ...,-.-.. e 11 ncrt-emcu- m ltke. fr n or tiii: fr ee-o- 'la I e tiii: or d ial Pre-ide- nt nfl tiu:atii:s tiii: n ncl l y Io-rvii- 11 repre-ontatlv- UffffffH nkf tritr tn V nr"'" 11 ?. rrtriirfrine .. mmml.l x- ', ..".;..ti "n"" i.ii. W. .'"'" ?"' x ,nf t,,r.rn'lH ?ffffffffM. .1 fffffffffffrlcniaii i'"i'' anfffBr TlllffW' laK 1 Dur-U3- a, 1 'xVi or as to nn: of to to-wl-t, ' fll n hs I tiii: or . m '"' ' 1 1 1 ,. ;. .,. re-pi- I jus-tlc- YX j.s to tiii: i.,., or ""'i '. .'" tiecc-snrll- ''''" bi-e- !!, iiiinniwwiutai, - ,C,e, I -- " n. c K"'d e - - ' n d dlspnel-reachin- g i ' Sill-Ia- n ) ''' e ...-- ' h 1 ''' "" "' i..t..' E"111''. L. ''"."r..'' respoa-slbllltlc- fav-oie- d ... 1SP-S- '' g iiiijt' abiti-done- i jv jtitM .J ' Jx,. rZ?'.' j4rYL. ,'f 1 .y ,Aal .w;vt .,vv - .. 'v - jy;? Sv JU i. 1f(W- "J" - 1 - J ,i: iji ' w f HAI VI IX IIHEt OFI l Coiinell J'roeui HlCKMlN, lT., DfO Council m f i In ri'ifuUr ! Building Material? .: h Wllllt' FlIIHTItl tueulM Were Iff .ll'fllll' lit-lug 5.-A- itl. ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM- - Ohilucothk, Ohio, Dec. being gieu up for dead jjoors ana niuuun, Llmo andOoment, ututva u.u. her relatives ami ili ultendiue. physicians, mid having all her ent, Mtyor Dillon, Couuellin Datii nnil Wearu. The CUT Clerk. Mi, nbiienl of aicknes. CounoilnuD Wea.ro pointed Clerk, pro tern Tbe minute of the laat meell fier read, atiproeJ ami alcned by 111 lollowlng acooiinm were r'of the heart to love best the u things and thtt good "old days are gone," but when we drnw uompirisoiiH between th old An guat election, heti the so eridgu stepped up to (lie clerk J. ihoidn. and ealled niu Hie mime nf his PJJJJat ve li.-n- Jr (, tiu i"l ui Muiiiliiv. tilt niiupjir fin li htulMi. IWt UU KMAJV WAGOK CO.. "AMiiMiit'itrit' t Tin: cim.i.hhati i Builders' Hardware, Paiuta, Oils, etc. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. FEED STUFFS Hay, Oatt, Corn, Bran, etc., etc I P ALW N Hlicnn RANKS. If WORK OF NATIONAL Some Startling Figures, True. Some Idea of the pernicious effect tbe clftp legislation foaiered by the republican party bnB upon tbe agricultural sections iiihv be gained from an analysis of the following tables showing the per enpitia circulation of money in the various states. It will be seen that tbe Northeastern States with tbeir protected interest, have successfully sapped the agricultural sections. Tbe table whs ninde when the per capita ciroulatlou of tbe natioD was (22.40: S9S.r9 Bbode Island New York Massachusetts , 86.17 74.81 Connecticut California New Hampshire Vermont Pennsylvania Maine Maryland District of Columbia Deleware New Jersey Colorado Monte na aIIIOOIS.... . 71.14 47.84 45 04 40 15 38 83 30.10 20,00 25 75 25.58 22.44 10-5- 18 05 I, ...J 15.91 14 Ohio Michigan 85 Iowa 13 70 'V- - Ariroua Kansas North Dakota Washington Kentucky Nebraska U IAQ a Minnesota Missouri Wyoming Wisoonsln 12.02 12.50 12 41 11.35 10.30 10.16 10,12 10 00 940 8 C7 O O Ol ilrKOD 0 Indiana South Dakotu West Virginia Louisiana Nevada Virginia 8.25 8.12 7 91 New Mexico Texas Idaho 7.05 0 05 6.50 5.87 C.C3 funerul nrrnngemi tit h made, Miss Nora Johnson, a girl living near Braytner. sat up in her co til n and told of a strange visitation that she had experienced while her parents were, making ready for her interment. Miss Johnson is the, daughter A of a well to do farmer ago, without aliy previous ill health, slio suddenly full Into h death like trance. Just before an itnation was suspended she had Iteen in the best of spirits. The By am't paid out during Nor , 264.80 Some days ago there was pubtrance so nearly resembled death Dal. in trcaiury Pro let, $ 90 71 lished a proposition which it was that parents and physicians alike Tom Piixoa, J a , 8u.pt were baffled. said one of the republican Na The City Marshal presented the followThe girl was laid out and an ab- ing report fur month of November tional Committeemen would urge sent brother, who was in Chilli To late collected. S4S7 31 the Committee to adopt in order I hold cot he. was telegraphed for. For which Trtaurer'a receipt Tom Dillon, Jm , c. to cut down representation in the He hnd just concluded reading The City Treaaurer prrarnled iho a letter from his sister, Nora, inNational Convention ft out Stales report for mouth of No etcher: viting him hntiie to Thanksgiving where the Uepuhllrun vote is dinner and the shock cau ed him oknkkal run ACCOUNT. large; in taut, do away with the to swnon. Ho hml scarcely reach To bal per Uat rejiort, $64" S9 present mode of apportioning del ed home to join the other mourn "aui't leo'd ol W. L McCutchen, luS'JO egates. Of uource, if adopted, the ers at his sister's funeral, when plan would almost eliminate tho 057 79 their weeping was changed to By check paid in Not. uecro del gates from the. South, 8bY65 amazement by the girl sitting up always an uncertain and cosily in hi i ooQiu. Her awakening was Bal. to credit of Ibis acoount, $271 M factor in the Convention, and as sudden as hud been the suswould Increase tho vote from the COLLtOE UOND ACCOUNT. pension of animation. Without To balance in irraaury Not. lt, S291 70 Northern Slates. It has been warning she came out ol het Uy bond and iulereet jialJ, 312 Vb suggete i that financial reasons trance, and as her astonished relalso are in vol veil In this plan and 21.'--'i atives gathered about her, she re Balance overdrawn, that the (In uncial inatumers of the C1TI HALL ACCOUST. luted to them a strange vision. delegate question have concluded $29 S9 that negro delegates are loo exWhile she had been on her bier To balance 1ml report, ' rttu'i paid iu by City Clerk, 20 25 pensive, and declared that she had a dream she that it will be belter She had been and talked with B) to credit of lkl aocouni, $1014 to eliminate them as soon as pus the Lord, and he had told her that No change in Water and Light UouJ slide. They come high and are she whs to die within n week. The accouut. exceedingly unstable. W C. Jouseo.-C. T girl had talked about nothing else that had occurred during her On motion the foregoing reports were trance. She seemingly was uu recled, ordered eprend upon ib recorl conscious of everytoiug about and filed Tbe cerilfiote of election of Connher, and had remembered uolhint! ciltuen lorlliecilv. elected at nix recem the except the warning she suid she election In November. wa prrtenird b; ' County blecllon Lommi"rioneri had received from God. to ihe Livery mill Fi-rrilahl. The nature of the message she Counc'il, eiiowing tht L P. Kllinoo, U 1 Below anil opiKxito H H J W. Cow,lll, brought back from the spirit laud, Urtfla. J C Wearn, Ueckman, were R Snrr-f- . .. 1(tiit. Hncf.li. .ii ii ' du uretaril, anil II. U k. " Iv i ...as it ma be are such that the elected Councilnien for the ensuing ten nhhH (.". &c, lor hire Every ncconio HHHUHll LMV oil. lour palromiKc solicit Johnsons were reticent about tell bud certlficte ws rrd and ordered Q1 A. C. Holmes ami John R. n etl, ing the facts In the case. During the week they have watched her lia'tne ueennea to nre on tne ua." Equalization, on motion, carefully. The week expired and kDd it UiUd9 were a Jonbua J. iAiiiiiiiiiiiiiWI at last reports the girl was still of sid Board in (heir He alive and healthy. na The City Clerk reporie Tbe Johnsons are highly respec- lowing check on the ?f;il table and truthful people. They liiFued iince ihe Imt in Una are vividly impressed with ths cil; 00, to in favor of o en K nay $40 strange experience they have account to date; bnlance In l0vy,Blook, Clinton St. and one passed through that of almost L Carpenter, Deputy Sheriff, for WAl Stale and County and College laxo' burying the girl alive. They believe she had a vision and L plant properly On motion. ting purcli4ed ihe Grocery Slock of by as she raid. The occurrence has wae approeed the the Council U llumliir ml, woulil IK' pleaded in On motion, Counrll adtournrJ. all old friend to call. Freib Ooim). caused great amazement in the AtlfHt, J. O HtaN, Clerk ro te Choice liargatut neighborhood in which It hap pened. The girl's tmdden death David li. Hill has announced had been generally reported and lhat he will support Hon. Win J. account of it had been publtehed Hrynn if he is nominated for l'res in the newspapers, giving the nov- idutil next 3 ear. Blacksmith and Undertaker el excellence of reading her own obituary. Just Suieit Ills Life. few-day-s .M , uaiiditlale andstw his desiie re enrded In iilaok and white, and this new fancied thing in which men now hide while, they exereise tho grandest right known to tin. man govornuiaut, we .yearn for S, D Lnten. County Court Clerk, pre the return of the old II rut .Montented on account of $26 00 for ballot furuiiheil lor city election, 1809, wbtcli day, when the tlrst unlet melons on motion, waa refernd to ihe Fiuaoce came to town, when cider and Conunltieo for further ctulderiillou ginger cakes with tho only artiThe fcUipt of Water ami 1,1 (tin ptmnt pre cles of barter on that day, and the enied his report lor mouth of Notember, guns used were marbles and Hie a iouoa: "shooting" was all directed at tho To bal I11 Treaiury Not. In, 1C9 S "middle man." Marlon Press. " aoi't collected In November, 186 btl ELIMIXATINtPlllrrNEOHU VOTK. SS45 51 were allowed mid oliecks orJereJ limed mr i no nnuHinn: R. T. 1'vler, Insurance City IU1I, $80 00 John Ulugwool, work on street, 45 70 V L, MeCiitcheti, paid street jny roll lor 4 weeks, ending Deo. 2, 32 25 piopem approval, whtoli, on prcr JHSMjpi. ry.itfitWarj WKIA mm aa.Jw.-- ft W. R. WEBSTIi -- DUAIiKIi IN- - mi wmx axd l 'mimii wmm, Old StHiidard, Mnrnln Co Lincoln County, M - -- HOLi: AUKNT I'Olt Peabody (Hub, Ilonrboi Old Golil, " Mountain Urove, ' 00 CO .... Hid 15 3.00 2 00 SPE CIAL OFFERI)KAU ht-re- dicate (KintftiM. lory Silt: I am enabled to sell, anil nfler jou, four full quarts nf IIOLIiVVOOI)" .Seven e.ir old. Inub!il)ir.illled. U V 13 WINSKI3Y, fm .0(. KXIMHiSS I'KICI'All). ' I propose to ship mi npprmnl. In plain Huxes vnli no umtks lo InWhen you reei-lve n relnnd miii :! 00. This is most liberal ofli r, and i auil yuur nrders. Vnur vety trult. W. it. U EHSTKIt, LTiilmi OIly.Teiin. I return it at my expense- iinil ami tt-- will li.lfii n mit ntisfac it Lredferd & Rgersl WAN l'TO SIJI.L YOU THE STEVE STAR. - PrinnPBTPQ w AkB . I 11. Post-olllc- w .. d a immn i (JUUuuiUJJM, Frcsli Meats, Hardware, (Jueenswaic. (Vmeiit. VTr- - ZrV "v nw ( j .v ..(C fc-K iiiiiii I EAKER, LiiiiiiiHr irnppp iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHf iLLLKL 1. Hu), Ostn, Hrnn, Lime, fm iW vc .DOOR.. ,! U Vin toimr '"Td VFRICES WILL PLEASE & "ft YO- - BICKMAN MARBLK WORKS irk P.. IP -- ' TOM DILLON. Sr.f tnMt In H Prop'r, 4ot Ja) I' MWf A. F, OLIVEB. J MM O 1 Marble and GLauite Monuments rWf ' 9Kri C XT STOXIS WO I JR. 13 I 2T G-- , fr M It wits u thrilling escape that Chailcs Davis of Iiowerstou. O.. lately hail from 5.12 All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi a frightful death For two years a se- Tennessee ni,i.. nn.w 4.28 combe are notified that they mast come ,.. in,,.. Florida 4o4forwurd and nettle. Delays are dun - nntll it bC,.,IR.(1 h1 Ilinst die of Coii- Oklahoma gerous. erbum Sapienti. sumption. Then ho begun tho two of 3.18 Georgia iDr Kings New Discovery, and lately 2.90 ' South Carolina As a euro for rheumatism Chamber - wrote : "It gave instant relief tutl ef- 2.72 Mississippi laiu 's Pain Balm is gaming a wide rep- - fee ted a perniatif ut cure " Surh won- 2.00 utatiou. D B. Johnston, uf Richmond, derf nl cures have for 25 years, proven Indian Territory 2.43 Ind., has been troubled nitn that ail - ' ' Iowur to cure all Throat. Clust and North Carolina trouiucs. rnco wctM ami Sl.uu. 1.91 incut sinco 1602. In speaking of it he Alabama ''I never found aiivthiiiir that Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles 1 60 savs: Arkansas trnnlil rollnin' ma until . . , r, ... . , w. .....' MTV. .WU.V.....W.... MM... tmiwl MIiimii. IrCO- Ut all llrUIT HtOfl anus ll win ne Been inai tne berlaiu's Pain Balm. It acts like mag-- ' i ic with me. My loot was swolen and) bleak bills of Vermont and New Hampshire slnw 400 per cent. paining me very much, bat one good! f Pai greater per capita circulation than '"PI'11"'110" Cowgdl ic , Hick-- , ' For sale uudJ A the great agricultural sinteB of ftate Llne, Slmw Kansas and Nebraska and i00 per Druggists. , 5.G1 HICKMAN, llla'-l(iiilhi- KENTUCKY. IMC CToiue Forward of nil Kinds, HON I'MCSOIStt, &., &o ' ....'.,. G Wayon. I 1 C al'0 kerp h done, or llorealioint! a ipeclalty full Hue of c you want repair in w- - STiolsmaxi, iKy. Undortakor' 111 Goods IN CASH To AND "g I Common. ItovewonJ, ur.d Solid lllack Walunl Co n and C'aaea which can be filled up in alinrt nniice, and at reaion able price. Ill vein if call. BQX. Simp near the Jail. VALUABLE oi The GIFTS OFFERED Am or lean. .HubHCt'ilHT , I $1.00 GETS $500.00 CASK. Trj It. -t- ft . Cow-gill- You Mar (Jet It. No One lias a Hitler Chance than Yen. It not surprising that spechl legislation has made tbe northeast a rockribbed republican section, bat what is to be thought of agricultural Iowa, which has 405 per cent, leas than Connecticut and 700 per cent, lees than Rhode Island! Tbe policy of the republican par ty since men like Lincoln passed from control has been to build up a favored class in llie manufactur ing centers at the expense of the great agricultural sections. Sooner or later this fact must become patent to every farming com inn ally, just as it bas long since been understood and appreciated by the favored sections. Paducali is oput. more than Texas. I THE Iosb in the United Stales from bad roads is said to be $500, 000.000 annually. There are 300,, 000 miles of highway road in this1 country, most of which Is in a di lapidated condition. No better or more piofltuble work can be un- - Hff JTT'rrIZ x i - llljj H J l,L "T WJ l-l derinken than the imprnement The cost of these highways. s i S (wl 1 clf (ml would be slight compared to the! profit, and the indirect gain to all clai-eeis beyond all calculation. Paid Uenr for Ills Leg. ifjrJl-- 'A V lf JZnvtir ft? A News. A SURE CUKE FOB CROUP. Use Blautou, of Thackervillo, Tex., in two years paid over $300 00 to doctors to euro a Running Soro on his log. Then thoy wanted to cut it off, hut ho cured it with ouo box of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Guaranteed euro for Piles. 25c a box. Sold by all druggists. B D Twenty . fire Tears' Constant Without a Failure. Tbe first indication of croup Is hoarseness and in a child subject to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is u peculiar rouglt cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as tho child hoarse, or even after tho croupy cough appears it will prevent tho attack. It is used in many thousands nf homes in this broad laud and uover the anxious mothers. We havo yet to learn of a oinglo instance iu which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation can show such a recyears' constant use ord -t- wenty-flvo without a failure. For sale by Cow-si& Cowgill, Hickman, and A. M. pfaaw, Htats Line, Druggtita, ll A GREAT many ppople nre wondering what It is that is increasing the price of corn, and keeping it up, despite the fact that there is a much larger crop of corn than last year. This is easily explained, Bays the Dennison. Herald, trom the fact that the cotton crop VM&a r "!&&?? Corn NUMIIF.lt of itmIiih ii an aterajfe.i.nlje.l ear af Wl lie ilmiit-ie' nit'ln'' S lurliea unail at Ur end St 10j Inelir In nil till' t wh1I rnil 0 I ml i! mclien, citctiiiifeieiire hi liriri rml 8 Tlit- - ear nf cum l tiiaeeil In iLc Amri-hNnniiai liank of 7 1 10. knaw lie number f feinln on II, Hie and lis ene emi I'eiin , utilnukt-i- l Seml.Wri-kAmert'in, Hie ifr''t"-- l SamlAVeekh New, IMlMly 'iil Farm fifat t die mln. iha le INui a a he .South, 101 nintilii-rrenilillni; $1 far twclu- - until tbp- ub. fncliii in llie correct, or nearest rnei itcrlptlon lo the tfeinU Weekly American, i?'IftOl'O SrronJ corrector nearest correct biio rrceiei eali . 7" 00 Fine lop lluuxy Thlril correct, or ne'irenl ciirreot ic m recelveil. high grade bull betrln Fourth correct, or neareMi cortt-a- i Ofl 00 drop lop (11 ilrawrr Sewltm XNc'ilne f.'i.OO Fifih correci. or cotrnl t'le"1 received June.' ehaln ilrit-- Mevrer.. T V0 ToiiiniU Fee-- ' NX ill cnrreci,nf nea roil iiihx 80 00 Feed Mill...... befetilli eorreel or tietri-n- i oorieci itnrii reei'inl. 8 0 Klftlilli correci, or nenreai cmreet tPtiea reeelvel I.tml (taller 'Jn 0D Oiirrect it'it- ircelted DiX'e l'c- llull-- r Nlnlli correct, or 10 00 fentli cirreci, or nemei correal ne. rroeUeii, kokI corn ehelpr aii'l To llit-- firnl 1,000 buhcrilKiK wlm .eml In luelve iiinnili' nl gueaa, ttli'llicr corrector nol, will receivit'i complete llu'ur ar Humanity it limik no one almiilil be will) utile) ol America' . 1000 00 out nicely lllu.lrnlnl hihI itileteillii, cheap at $1 eneb GUKSS r l- lirie, wh. hiI'Iv Niil'le )i'r ff, aet tij o'r- - Perii is :ami - .-.. .. ..................... ......... i rreid, ll'ier...... .. iieret ...... ...... short. For several yearB cni-toseed hulls and meal have fattened Ihe Texns cattle, or at least have almost accomplished that. product This year the cotton is one-thlid n anas of head of tiattle be fatteueu ou ooru, of will not be to exceed what it was last year, and thnus- will hay-;i-o When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort If you know how. Ask tbe ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chala.are arranged so you can have a comfort able seat during the daisid a gooa place to sieep at mgnr. tacit car is supplied with arf, iea' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will no to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through fron m I is and Cairo to Texas witnout cnance. t Cotton Belt lunctions with trains for uncut connections u r all parts of Texas, I tiYfJY Oklahoma and the far West. reJVMC a lrlP- - wrhe nd tel1 u whtre vou II you are Irs yc, ana we will leii you now niucn are koIdic and J Mke o si to make the beat time your ticket wJcs illpOiUC can that will help make and connectl? o: "a tuii your inp inr j Khatl ton iradrcav .vnn. Scr-ThUMniv H. ADAHI, JuJt ind Tkt. Afftnt, Traveling Pi 52.000 00 hIH be rrcel'eil bearing poaitmirk later No cue i will be pnbl linnieeliiiely afier cloinif nf cniilel I r I here aliulllil he an) lie trilei Ihul I t w or inure Klteara etilitllni; ltt partle ilnlUr lnl ttiiece ti in Semi Iu o llie h tine unanl ii will be njniH) illvlili-l- . ly. Try iu eel tbo $&n(), Jum ililnk wliit ) uu can ilo i Ii JftO cihIi ii ml no uiiu you inaj itel iieo. i llinti yourself ji't If v n i!n il liHlter cIiuiiph io itet i In inrmei eon oml Tllti AMhltlCAN VI.WAYh P VS IIS I'V.i'.rlS VltO M PI l. few of ihon- - ho Wu rlve die imin- - w ail lre" of ll lin p ii'1 tntny pr'ie ien fii 0 eaalij CIih, ave recelyeil awardx.- WellliiKliiu IMwHtil, Turneiavibc 1) Cope, apart, IU0 , TOT A I, t'otile! clftnea Mrch 1, 1000 In n March 1 11)00 All awnl ynr n' lir' - Tt-nii- rnu n Semi aooinpnnieJ nlnl for Atfeni' by il.1'0 for tweliu BIG 0'-BiTTS- , If uei wini ti nci in on I lis' inibtrrijitiini oinrustt. aeiii h All ueseeg Ad.lreK, mnt be tj l.,in,it.,n,.i THE AMERICAN", Nashville Tcnn. Bring Your Job Work (o This Office Tf U4 5"py5 fib & Wovu B. ST. LOUIS, MO. wt "c Jk'itti F. -- ' -- .r . ttofig ypi J rriTTTT ESTABLISHED 1859 Jjj HICIOdAN OLDEST NEWSPxxJPEK HICKMAN, IjST il VVJ" U J 1 feS E I3 3 . "Vf I " T T71 m--4 m- 11 b j js j j j WHSTEP.jST KENTUCKY. KY., DEC. 8, 1399. zl COUNTY, VOL. XXXV, NO. 3. TIih President's Message J is vl ess ffl 5SB' I '. I . I -- A I m?f .e -! ?.: ...-- . I M M W t m?mmmm?wmmmmmmm?? ro rowing; S5 i lmi mm Personal, ! Good Vroid I for Koberts 3 2f a G 3 Notwithstanding- there have been heavy advances in almost every line which Ave .sell, of manufactured our stocks of Dry floods, Clothing, vShoes, &c, are still complete, and all bought before the advances, and we are still selling them at old prices, many oods lower than last vear. We invite an inspection. s u-ood- Leon Threlkeld visited in rnwn this week cy l fgT Ladies' Rubbers,Mr 26e atnuthe V .Ml. IPs vw ... . 1 L.rv. a. ur si? ?Shi. .....-.-- . -- Th uew raUrtud elevator is near O mg completion. S Im little tolkt, are UUXlOUsh'uWUlt- iug tbe eominp f ohi ssanr Ulaus. The Kmbroideay Clab meets with ZSi .-- K FJe urges that the gold standard M'Conndlsville, O.. Dee. 3. Get ready for Christmas. be established by legislation as Hun, John Q. Abbot, who repre- oak 'lock, $1.50 at Buck's tiiisi district iii the Ohio tS- in t;.A fi.ii. nroMnrt.il itv ' , , (.nili.,(.(! ... .w V . . senate as a Republican, in home Tis winter now God heln- thein n, ,..;...,i vum i tc , me vuuicaoiuiiiii n uu;,,,.,, . i. .. poor murr p it u.j i?ii v ear in T' " - ww I i;rr mx; .. i ;? - isl i nmppine is 3 50 bronze Clock, i.oo at Back's. member of the Ute Indian Couihut da, which ia the most import - mission. Ex Senator Abbot savs: The corn trade has been pretty bn.k nut portion of the message, the' ''lam in favor of giving Con this week. gresstnao Koberts his seat, beSST Takeyonr Hides, Furs and Game j President reviews the events leatl-t- 0 cause I Know hitn to be morally a Shaw & Shaw. j "?ted I oe'"'g te . ? -- -- Mis? (iti 4 1 -- j j L. P. & VV. S. ELLISON. tree a?Butk's. MM .1 u lit iiitw wa"we Ii'jk- mmu .. lown mi-. uruiiv, uuu jjooa lutauuuu limit s bubiutss. E Chas Blitf. a barber, from Louis- ville, has a chair at tue Tree Barker baop. Try him - JSTew cedar poKs have been oni-re- tl to take the place ol old oues iu the tlcc- p trie light piaut S? The wife of Mr Jas. Staafield, who O" lived near Hickmau. diett, Thursday 35 uiornmg. ot pueuuiouu Dr. Dal.uey will preach at the MnMfcif i ... sr (W. .! AM t ii. Ml J JOUUrtJ IUUI Ulll . III n.fi... j I o The V. C T U. mwtsat Mrs Em- ma fciepln us thL-- veuuiji at ;i o'clmk. FiS5i j , to oe .iOev' titter aud sso trial ease 1 1 ust--d ! ' ; , ..v..v. I I j'tlii-irs'V V kk fug up to our coining into posses pure man. Koberts was a memnon of the islands-t- he treaty ber ol the constitutional conven- ., ...;.t. C i. iu iiiuiiiiou ..e v.iiii opiuo, nit- ....:.....:.. 01 iuei tion in Utah which prohibited potrcntv the comniencement of hos- - lygamy in the future. He was aill... m it .imiik's I. ivuiiutiuo. .tue apooini one of the most active advocates ,ent of'the Philippine Commis of the abolition of polygamy. He moii and the report of the Com did not believe, howeer that it missinti. While lieelarioiT hut t ht WtMlld tie riht fur man urhn h..- jf,Uure government of .he Philip- - been led wrong rel gion to Congress of mitt unto themselves several pines rests with the es to cast them all oS save eJ otates. he holds that ' tt s lie within the shelter one when pohgamy wa abolish- "i! of our flag." ami Hint they ate !. He believed that those who "ii rs ty every title ol law and 'iau more than one wite should equity. They cannot be abandon care for them as before and ita.i U'UiluuPl lln.iii t'llll tllUlll II. lllu Put..flri.u ui r. .. ' t i '' l Cll J ' .ut c ioi iwnr n.t ujiihhiu,' e iiiem ;n ooef 10 aiiarun Hiii"n 1010 iiicil lliey IiHU ell anil Hiintly to bitrbarism.' tered. Under the ctrcuuistances He does not recommend at this believe this was right. Mine a Bpet'lfie nod linnl torta of! 1'oberts is one of the most able H In all this i:miiitrv. tfoveiomeol for the ir.bn.tis bm when "pence shall be restored it ' eloquent as Foraker and as cleun shall be the du:y of Congress to politically as any statesman in foiistructa plan of gov eri men." Ohio. He arose from the humble le reco'iitnends t he abatement walk of a blacksmith to his pres- of the trust evil bj the atloption tnt ptisitiou. I believe he is en- of ., UItjforiII stem oflaus in the hilled to his seat and Should take several States for their sntmres.it. t -I - 1 I 1 - , ' I ! ba , f ! iee 'If cn-ti i 1 ! m-- n iu j j ? i I'likiL- - - t.- ui lJWyty lUVIirUj ..-.- U M. i fl5fr mvdmmmiiimmim ir j o auauuiauuaiuuaaiuuui Li ' of Christmas t0 jusp,., t my sto-Goods before buviug elsew here. 1 The politics of llie great po iiioaI pur1 Cu UUSKER. mar mi tie nre now l.einp forme i una the canJi- Henry George, ol uraves, anuonuc Tin. vi.irr i f the reo ,ui... Ii.irn.it.i-.for re election a& pen proirh ed pie .is recordcJ by badut nt the coniiui-siuiie- r. m I prooam) niniai in oainruay s loe . Presideiitoil electiou . ... tioOfy ot lie nvinm r z, ' i ' uuuiu.ii. ueciutr the ufcxtrlMl!aifcL5ijB. ci3tmirijt - inn are iu m me ereai questionOhajl Cnfcirr-PridayulglJi- J,: be cion ...j Tj?crt!i-f- or fore the people liuscsn tbo purpose of flsing the Special attention given to the selling of Keal Estate of all kinds; tbroneh the mediutn of a great ciaP.ni at that place. mid represents a full line of the best and most reliable Fire Insur- per. Now is the tune, for ev- The wheat crop in this secriou is for the he- -t hdj ance Companies doing business in the Slate, and that 'Old Reliable" -- ry voter to Ihe has already iiiohi reliable rifwj.p.iper obtainnble. who!- - ' looking tiue; iu fact, suuieof the farm- MUTUAL BENEFIT .,...,.,.,. INSURANCE SO., that LIFE crs thiuk it is growing ux t:tst, and are .. semi Weeklv Uenublic i i. . . mciui' paiu out . tlargeiv. over iuo.oou Lue insurance in ri:.l rucKinan.. aim ..It..: - tieU of Doliticnl news. coen .itthe Demo- - p.isturing tueir .n-k- on it . While l . , , , , e t :t s : 1 t issuing uie cueapesi aim uest policy 01 him 1 t i ,r oouiuiou expression, "it i'""""-- the new iu rrem Insurance uotnpanj doing bnsiness in this country. lie solicits aU politico! panic without prejudice ,. froul Wilson's. " Of course, thev came have your patroMige. Call and see him i lelegrHphic inul cble news Hervice i sti tjie l!lri:est stock, the lK-- ,t selection, and P.pprior to thai of any other paper the iowugt prices Oil iiolidav (foods III t specim leaiure are uie oeai. xu iai;i, n tjll? 0vu. ren1-is the piiper for that large etas-- ol Vi C. JOHNSON, i:. r. TYI.KIt. l'res t. t. A. H0LC0MHE, V. I'reK't -'- Judge Jlio. W. Cowgill, who has who cannot afi'ord or do not hae ac erf been dangerously ill the past wee!., is cerS to the daily papers. Attention is "alo called to the Repiib now believed to tie in much better conil dition. His condition is yet very precalie's Stiudaj Magazine. Its half-tonVKHt J lustrations alone are worth' the subscrip- rious. tion price It i.j made up of special rt ! You Forgjol by the best literary talent, etubno ticlea Book and Jewelry Storf That Wilson's in(t a variety of current subjects of ic- - is The place to buy Christmas Presents. a- -f i tereat. News features of aoorbing Everything now on display. are illustrated and enlarged upoi. Hickman merchants have received For the beneSi of the ladies (he late! tai on are handsoely Illustrated The J.e tlieir Christmas floods iu large consign- public Sundiy MHaiiiie is always iiiter - meuts. Evidently a brisk holiday bnsi- as, iu many lustau- ; liess is anticipated, estinp to every member of the family. iT::s,5.r $10,000. &ii:i ccs purchases have been larger thai The price of 'the Accommodation Solicits your business. We offer the most Liberal Republic is 51 00 per year. . The usual. to our Customers Consistent with Established Republic Sunday Magazine is$l 25 per . Mormon Koberts was compiled to Banking Principles. being j ! n I I I V Tm mx I l"D THE nnriT I rtlUH As ,n (1t.s,IOft. roing out of! The people are expecting some . , ,,e sort of financial legislation at the tIll. Wnr whll Smt,, ,M. Hickman merchants are offering fnentUv relations between it is Un hnnd of the Congress, s special inducements to the trading pub- - , ,,..,. ,1IW.M fMfcfrtwl doubt ful if their wishes but be will wn he public. You e.iu't buv 2ool cheap and that the resolution of (Jon realized. The Kepublicans are er anywhere than in fess diselaiming any disposition preparing to introduce bills into Mrs. W. D. .Jones, of Woodland sub-tro- l jue ildls, ami Miss Fay Jones, of Trze to exeteise jur sdictlon or con iecl Senate and Housvon this "" Hie Democrats are stand-fleatioover ('uba, except tor its pe-- ; vaut, 'ft nil.. vLite"d Un. E. C. Rice. PRESIDENTIAL CAM- - twsetk. a pledge of the high- - ,u- - featly to ?iimp on the meas-fs- t is as tbev are launch-b- e " hoiinrableohligatioi and must u,i's lauu-- are peppctfnllr iuvit- 1900 1, . ot 'iU"uumtwa,y hiistnias Laurtns, Orangs. Nuts EAKLR keeps the choieer line cnnnl a ueeessll lie rtci.tlPO tlto . Yl,.r.,nn.,.. UIJ II .' IUU l THE FI.NAXHIL BILLS. .vemmacaii ,;,, I i JIu-kuia- ; . n. , Ul ! SSSf-Tl- ie l1-- " , e( k HEAT HbY . ! &$D .i m$lUACE -- AGENT. -- . . -- "n. .!..... i".i i whether they contain good si credh kept. Ctmcerning the number ot troops features or not. Along wrangle now in the Philippines, he states ,! " to follow, and in the end troops now under order u ls I'kely that little real relief when the reach Manila toe force in the ar from the present bung'esome &ya- ehipehiH-- will comprise ''Oolotli lni w in oe anortietl. It is pefu'iarb unfortunate that cert and 0.5 lb men. vice" id's tln-refor- c, a''t- nub-crib- t? i Porto Rico und the Philippine, und stales that the domestic poa lioiresteiids uTctTbnf""" . J J Kfc1th"e'tfnVre:irtfriiri l;ethe basis of a struggle for po , r.r ,- iy.-auui- ... ieu.i 1 -- -r- c ( ""' tlM, - " - T E-- The Republicans are no tal service is on a revenue pro - !ease sincere in their professions ""ore during basis. ThtMiiessajie Iu full Is published regarding this question than raany of the Democrats. Instead of the in this issue. statesmen and financiers in both juirties honestly endeavoring to . aovaniae. yet aucQ ta tae ; ! - , t ! pr ! L Sec Buchanan's Cost j,ievis,el,,ebeslVeht nmt- . etl wisdom can many enoIve, 1 riCCS Oil vbllOeS ailU headers on both sides are moved jaltogeltier by their hope of ing political advantage. gain- - IGKMA1T HIOSIiyEANr, ANK Hats. e KENTUCKY. imiofits Don't It : Paid Up Capital $50,000.00;; 4i rmt ' , , 1 Bob-cripti- on Semi-Week- ly F AUL KNERS "WALTERS. THE Ol'EMXGOF CONGRESS. About 4 o'eloclc last evening r. J. J. Fanltvuer and Miss Minnie Walters, The meeting of Congress was while seated in their buggy in front of the court house gate, were joined in in most respects a reproduction holy matrimouy bv Eq R. Polk. The of the nsnal scenes which are Ecroom appeared to be IS, and the bride lfi years old. Tnev were from Fulton yearly enacted at this time, except Comity Ky, and came here to escapeUi.... message objection- .- Union City Com. Courier. not, as usual, presented and read. Literary, Juveniles or Gift Boo'js. WlLi-O.V'.- & step aside, beim: excluded from partici-patiaat the very low pri e of $1.60 a year. T in proceedings pending iuvesti-gatiosecure this low rae both must be oruere I The majority against him was R. T.TYLER. O. A. HOLCOMBE. J. NAYLOR, W. II. P.ALTZER and paid for ai the same lime. large, but his own speech was impresAddreas all orde-- d to THE REPUBLIC, sive and wou him frieuds. J. W. COWGILL. V. L. McCUTCHEN. M. B. SHAW. St Lou ip, Mo. gJtT Don't be fooled. Just think Buck will sell you si Watch or Clock, iu fact anything in the Jewelry line cheaper thauany one here as the entire stock Mr. cost about Guc on the dollar. Iu choosinji a Christmas rift for a fneud what can afford more pleastmt or I lasting pleasure than a subscription to J the Hicioian Cofitim:. There is uo Splendid Selection of household iu the county iu which it local; papers didn't Because his atlvertiesenients in the will not prove au inspiration. mar-iriag- e ouuty lerk Luten seem to attract attention didn't draw a crowd to his NEW BOOKS, liceuse thi week as follows : Mr. store and help hitn to soil goods. John Pounds to .Miss Kate .MeOee, on ,the30th ult; J. II Provow to Miss R. STATIONERY, J. Williams, ou 3rd iust ; F. H Bee-ve- r to Miss Dura arver, ou :5rd iust more M'TIONS, &c B WcSell Why? Doils than any one Because our prices else iu town. always nj;ht. Call early to ret first are YhV Because he has found that he can glt fifty first-rat- e Wiio.v s Call and see our Stock. Every choice. ads, chock full of stigeatious. the best that are ap Book and Jeweirv Store. pearing; in hi Sine in newspapers the country over for thing up to date. The President's message appears iu a dollar and that with their help it is mere play to ar-th- e full iu the ourier, this week. If yon intelligent ot Mary Berexdes & Co. want anaffairs it willcomprehensionread range ac Is which fill the bill to a "T." You can do be well to public saaie. All lines. Send a dollar to If pressed for time the full document. can read the salient points of the you messase as summarized iu another part of the paper. u a. :di:r,:ecto:rs yeir Both papers are now otfered If You Waal ISooks, ex- 1 This was on account of the death amine ourstock rJat Our prices will do the of Tice President Hobart, the Semite adjourning immediately after organization oat ot respect to his memory. Books and Jeweirv. The most important Questions Jorgenhau5ser Cash Book Store, Used to Worry NOV HE DON'T WORRY AD SUPPLY BUREAU, S. is Devonshire St., Room 24, : BOSTON, MASS. f J'It S. K. X33"tXS"t, Druii St ore. Davidson H. F. REMLEY, . Attorney-at-Lawup-stair. & Mens and BoysSuits DEALER at Cost at Fancy Groceries and anan's. Provisions, (Successor to Wm. Dipstelbrink.) IN Gov-ermiieut I. Bactlstt KENTUCKY Office Holcombe Building. Office over Cowgill & CowgilPe '- FREE DELIVERY. Telephone Store 2o. 94; t- - Res- - - i Will practice id. H Courts of tbj Btttei ideuoe, No. 96, 1 the business eye will make him forget date. The currency Question will the Maiue, as it kuoeks ....... accounts sky of course he a theme of heated his . i. i I ...r.i irost mgu; mm f - uuu ram, storm .imi!(iu1..,u ,,,..1 ir ;. ,?,.Kr " snow, some da vs warm and some davs L . - , r lveyuoiii-Hiicuenuue murky, he wonders where iu thunder iui ii nit their protests of affectation f r he'll get a big fat Christmas turkey. the gold dollar, will pass the hill tS- - Optical work a specialty. Glass- as outlined by the Congressional es fitted accurately aud scientifically. Mr. B. W. Post, graduate Opticiau, ot Committee, which his had the Peoria, 111., will give his personal at framing of its charge all summer- tention to this wor, aud we guarantee perfect satisfaction. Eyes tested free of The tester. charge. ilsox s, Books and Jeweirv. The Covington Commonwealth Concerning oachelors, au exchange says: "According to surveyors, boldly attacks that tribe as follows: A bachelor is a coward and failure ; he the center of the state is located shaves aud primps, but is too cowardly in Garrard county, abcat foar to put his arms around success aud press miles west of Lancaster. A new it to his bosom Will you be mine? you dwelling is being erected on thia are miue. He resolves to marry every spot, and it will make the residay for forty years, but when the hour arrives for the duel, when iu the pres- dence somewhat interesting, a ence of trembling rosy cheeks, when the magic center of Keu'acky, beauty shakes her curls, his courage all and the undoubted bub of the oozes and he flees the field aud dies Buch- without learuiug of a cowpath that go Eetter be old leads to matrimouy. Wall heap. darkey Rastus in ins cabin where he holds old Dina's hand aud asks ''who's Wall Paper and Border for medium sweet ?" and Dinah drops her head on j sized room, 31.00. We are nakingr spe-h- is The Courier is informed that j "engineers will be iu Hickman shoulder and says Bofe of ns." eial prices iu order to reduce stock. , a survey ami estimate of TVilsox5 Book Store. rj. pooii to make Hickman and Tiptouville Levee. It the j Humboldt, Texn.. is on a tare is not understood that the Government au allotment, but that -.- 11 ., i1WlI--.- ..I All persons indebted to Sanrtere & .. yet made has " " spindle Commission is causing the T?..f...r l.i. uv,n 'l utiivi, Lie, ..- - nit; .... - . a w.itir iv it vr- iij nor.. the River miM ia opcotton 5.000 survey to be made as a basis for the per comes due. are respectfully requesteration. Application has alra4j, exteudiue aid towards ed to came and settle the same with Government's E. E. REEVES & CO. &ept. been made for a charter. Building the levee. - "The melancholy days have come, which will come np will of coarsd the saddest of the year," wheu the fre- be the colonial ones, regarding quent change of underwear keeps the Cuba, Porro Rico and the Philiphouse in constant fear; when thoughts pines. Porto Rico is already ripe of the measly stovepipe cause a man to for action bv Congress, and a wonder how he's going to do ic justly plan for its government will uo and keep his Christian vow ; when the phantom of a coal bill as it appears to doubt lie considered at an earlj u.tfal. j .- an-iveri- e. Paper -- NotlCS -- 1 - l.-- . .,... -- --- - h w w , 'I: tltr n iffe-1. - r , rr3S3T33r' "kzjyiss irWmiWumw'9 n.s :' -- - t. ? A t' aaaaaaaaaaaamaaaaaa m: mm Building r SAT WIjsI ur 13 HKK FFIX Ari'niiirt' Council I'coceecIZiiirs. IIkkmin, Ki., !. Yearn s for Old First Monitor. Fnsu'ral Marti. Material ROUGH AND OHESSEO LUM- BEI Doors and Windows, Shingles &c. i incuts Were CniLLlCOTHK, itiitr may simply he an idiosyn-- ' 4h, 109. in reji'lr Prs crasy of the heart to lore best the' Cncil me' en, M'trnr Diiltiu, roiuetlmen Ellison 'sin UN KMAx A(;m 1 ik. Lime and Cement, 4 i Builders' Hardware, Paints. Oils, ete ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FL'KMSIIEI). i ( Dec. 5. After heiiii: given up for dead b lier relatives and the attending physicians, and hating all her funeral arrangeuit tits made, jjir' Johnson, a living near Bray met. sat up in ln-colli n and told of a strange that she had extieiieneed OHIO, Mist-Nora Tlie Coy Clerk heins absent on account that are. gone," but when we draw Couocitin in W'enrn was apof ticklescomparison between ' i'd Au pointed Clerk, pro tern of the lust meeting re The minuter sust elec'i.ui, v,i,P .lt. i,r.lV. m,v. rend, approved anil signed ereign S'epp-t- i uj, , tn. ct.,.; The toilowtnu aeoo.mi- - were uressn'e!. H!H1 enHeil .iU. t i,- - hhimi' f hiii pioperlv approved, whieh, on motion, were allowed uud check ordered isaiied CHiidiiluir :itil s h, 4 ieeuV' re tor tlie amount?: curded in tij4CJc ,,.! white, and City Hall. $S0 00 this new faiiijled t luu its which K. T. lMer.insiir.ihce "J 3 ' John itingwood, work on street, men now hi;ie while they exerei.se - ).iy mid Wearn dd things and the good "old days w-- ' sShXjHVn ir fi W r vin-lalio- n -- j I FEED STUFFS i Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran, etc.. tc f V . j , L L P. &W.S. Ellison w: w -- .v Someday sago there was oub- DEALEIJ ' S . a proposition which it was je Tom Dii.lo.v. J a WOKK OF NATIONAL HANKS. The City preontii the fulloiv-iti- g saui one 01 tlie Kepulillcan JNa KKiXTH'KV AMI TLWlSMi! USiKIKS. report ltr month ot November tion.il Committeemen would urge Seme Startling Figures, if True. To taea collected. $437 SI the Committee to adopt in order a receipt ror which hold . SOLK AliFM Some idea of the nerniciou ef- M riM i1H,, ilu, ,,hl,h,,i-r- i to cut down representation in the Tom Uillon, Jk , C. r..,ii., " j The Ciiy Treasurer pteeiiiel the feet the clasp legislation fostered a tetter from his u.:. I.m i Nora, National Convention Mum States IJenlodv C'hib, Bonrbot.. sH0 O .1 Si. t 0 report for tiiouib ot Novemlier: I". .'i I O j Lii.it!. I '2 till viting him home to Tbauk-ivin- t Old Gold. where the Kenuhlican vote is ui the republican party has upon (J rove, 2.".0 the OKNRRAI. FUND ACCOUNT. large; in lact, do away with the .Mountain tbeagricnltural sections may be1dlt""-,- r nnd He shock cau eti him to swoon. . . had scarcely reach To bal per Ual rrjort, S54".Slf pieseui intme ot apportiouinj: delgained from an anahsis 01 the 10I-- , eti iinme to . JMeu join the other mourn ' Hui't tee'd ol V. L McCutehon, lutta egates. Of court-e- , if atlopted, the showing the ier-erlowing tables muster's fuueial, when Hl j, plan would almost eliminate the ?657 7!) .i..d a. re' y vfr .mi. four f:t I cupitia circulation of money in the their weeping was changed to Uy del gi.iPt, from the South, DkAU Sllt:- -I am ennbied to cheek? paid in Nov. SeVe., x e:!r .. .: Daiii. p D- - imI. I:T. various states. It will be seen amazement by the girl sittin" up qnarie of HOLLWOOIF alwn.s an uncertain and costly KW II ISKEY. for S PI.'i'.l'.MU. - Tl; i that tbe Northeastern States with in In eoflin. Fler awakening was Dal. to credit of thi- - account 871 14 factor in the Convet.lien, and i. l their protected interest, have sno as sudden as had been the io nnip on approval, to p..,- i, would increase the vote from the OOLLBOC JMM ACCOUNT. M P. iiot -- a' t :lsapped the agricultural pension of animation. Without T. bnlance in tretttiri Nov. 1stt, 521)1.70 NonhiTii States. It has been dicate content. When on rmivc ir ,or-:. r it at ms expense and 1 w i it- ..i.l - SI 1L sections. The table was made warning she came out ol het By bonds uud interest jmiu, 312tJoMlete that financial reasons most return ofl". r. and I await jnor ot '(-- . Y " !i r i trn . liberal when tlie per capita circulation of trance, and as her astoniched alsti are involved in this plan and 521 .' W. K. WEi;.iKK. Ii, atiyes gathered about her, she re Bslanee overdrawn, nation was 22.40: Ci:.Th.i. that the financial manatiers ol the CITT HALL ACCOUNT. 'ated o them u strange vision. delegate Question have concluded 93.59 Rhode Island While she bad been on her bier T balance la:t report, SG.17' Massaceosetts s,jllinl negro delegates are too ex " nm'1 P'"'1 Su hi Cily c,erk 74 SI she declared that she hat! a dr. am i Vew York pensive, and that it will oe better T -Silii- lind hfiii null tn lb i.d ivitli ' ........ -ri as pos "" " VUUUCCUCUl &iG 14 to eliminate them as ll.it the "- Lord, and he had told her """B.ilNo tn credit af Oih nMuiiint tiiat 47.S4 change in Water and Light Huutl sible. They come high and are California V 45114 she was to d.e within a week. The account. JSew Hampshire exceedingly unstable. W. C. Jousso.v, C. T, 40 15 fiirl had talked about nothing else Vermont WAN r TO SELL YOU 38.83 that had occurred during her! On motion, the frizoiiiS report- - ore Pennsylvania j She seemingly was Utl "cvel, ordered spread upon Ihe records 3G.10 trance. Maine conscious of everytoing about ""j!lfi,c1 Maryland -- v,w c;ruii&tt of election of ?ix Couu- 25 io her. aod hud remembered nothing cilm District of Columbia Sor ,,ieeilyt eleclwl a, tl, recent 25.58 except the warning she said she election in November, by U3 presented Delaware County Election Commifinnerd to the 22.44 had recehed from God. 3.5ver,y uutl i?wil toiuhlv. New Jersey .". The nature of the message she Council, shoiHg thai L l. Lilian, B. T 19.57 Colorado Below and opposite R. R f5; J--? IS 95 brought back from the spirit land, g- -" nrn-y- , Montena Dej)or. Kee p s Bimies as It Uia be are such that tilt elected Couaeilnien for the eosuins term. Horse, &c., tor lure. Evtry accomo Illinois l.2o ' 15.91 Johnsons were reticent about tell Saul cert tficHte w.t? read and ordered filed datiou given. Your patronage solicit OhtO CuecnsTrars, Hardwire. itj-SL-eil. During) A. c. Holmes and John K. Wembeily 14 S5 ing the facts in the case. . Michigan 1 13 70 the week they have watched her having declined n rve on tne Board of Iowa : I U &-- 'JLi. "1 At TT... iv ai. Jt' ."f .t!Oii$ nav. . i.'vtu '"".aiioii on motion, jost.ua Baylor i..an. l.iii voii . ...12.92 ' carefully. The week expired and and J. ii DodJs were appointed inecii'erj Minnesota nTKsr ' . -1- 2.50; at last reports the girl was Still i of id Bo(ird in ,heir aVead Wyoming Ihe Johnsons are lujrhij respec- lowttic cbeev- - on ti,. Tn.ti.mrar -...11.3o Wisconsin s& .inc ti. iut toee-iThe; ...1O.H0 table and truthful neoole. Arizona.... une in favor or J. V Cowjjill for CH: ro vividly impressed with ths ?jn no .n .ui . I. ,.!....- .. w:i .10.10 Kansas they have lccoa l0 (v. ani one in favor 0, Geo. 10,12 .grange experience NorthDakota Powell Block, Clinton St. that of almost L Carpenter, Deputy Sheriff, for5o7 70, 10 00 passed through WaSbtnStOn State and County and College tax ui V. 9 4G burning the girl alie. KentQCky They believe She had a vision aJ L plant property On moliou, same . SG7' Nebraska Having pitrchi-e- d the Grocery Slock of 'oncii S G7 as sheaid. The occurrence has ' wJt ,,r,f'roVed . J J C. Botidtiriut, would be pleased in Utah TOM DILLON. Sr., Prcp'r, X..-2: motion, the Council iidiourned. caused great amazement in the- Am 8 Oregon j. c. Wkakn, Clerk pro te,. hve all old friends to call. Fresh Goodi-iinChoice Bargains. . . 8.25 neighborhood in which It hap Indiana "B4.Mr to B. C. Rtni(t, Jr"J.) The girl's sudden death: David 1. Hill has announced S.12lleiied. 8onth Dakota 7 91 had beeu generally reported and that he will support Hon. Wm. J. West Virginia Marble and OLaniie Momjaients OZ.IV33H. 7.05 .account of it had been published Br.um if he is nominated for Pres Louisiana 0 65 in the newspapers, giving the nov-- idem next year. Nevada J3Z3STC3-- , Blacksmith and Undertaker 0.50 el expetience of reading her own Virginia , w , "" w w w - l ueen in me oesi oi Miinis 'Pi. t'. trance so nearly resembled death jtiiat parents and phsieians alike were ballied. ..;.! .....i .....i ;tu ii i. 'P.... Jill u it II II !! liiiu J ur ..:i who wu in Chilli sent brother, icothe. was telegraphed for. i bitih tarn. Led parents tnnkiti" on motion, .or eitv .!,,.. 10 18UU Finance ua,m t town, a i v'ulx'V Hid the s reJerie.l ready for her interment, eases wete ttie only am-- ; Cotntiiil'oe for further c..iiiiioraMoa Mis Johnson in the daughter The CMipt ot Water and Lie hi plant pre ell'M of h'irtitrriii ili,,r ,i.t, . it . I...I - ...v tin iiini iiy, ....,) r A few enieil hit report lor tuouiii ot November, guns used were marbles and the of a well to do fanner days npo, without any previous ill t foUo5i: $159 S" "shooting" was all directed at the bul in Treasury Nov. le'l, leulth, she .suddenly fell Into a To ttm't colleeled iti November, l'o 00 "middle man." Marion Press. deatli like trance, .fust before an THE NKO'I'.U VOTE. had imation was suspended S846 51 roll !oi D Linen County S Cmiri Clerk, pre nted mi account of $'2b 00 tor ballots 1 L. MeNitchn, pil street py weefca, ending Dec. 2. 8'- '2b the rnnilt-s- t while he--r -- r- euro for the ret lire of the old (irsi Mon-.- 1 v . ., .. l,,,, llVl uateime: HlS mi,, ...1. VI man overumiir, riyiu known to 5 un- fel Z2F: ttlNXWf V Jl f -- u TL TTVvX ' I ' BV fc:,ViWJJSKewX 7.W l?v v a ix 1 ?. V i ' . t f .r..vwlX'V'f th wtfft SJf -- i- J'J.xr 1 V.NJ VC w aar v ilg' 1 - i t -- ca.'' 3 551 C? its - . r I ."r - ln-r- - 11 11 1 11 -- tcs:i!d:L3srT ken rxJOKiir. j , L l By aoi't paiil out during Nov., treasury Dec lat, Mar-ihttl 64.So Ual. in 5 00 71 j .i.., liquet! 1:. . ... W. R. WEBSTER, l.B j i I 1 1 11 I j 1 Irea-Mire- r 1 ; l.t, in-b- y ffl-lowi- ue - ; . i . :. SPSOXAL G??Er. i tH-- Vt -- ":" j 1 sus-ceseful- ly i J .. - . i h- ? - - j J . rel-th- e ' j .:. 1 ' - '" :::' iizi ol a ecters f- J THE STBVS STAB. gg I i , : fffi : Post-oilic- e, ( j ' ; , O. E, EA.KER, i i imntu'-''f - . - c i i."5y Qeoeail Gcocec. i V.PB.ICES MIX!. PLEASE 'stm - MARBLE WORKS i - j b- - : - . d j j A. P. 1 J '. New Mexico Texas Idaho 5.87 5.G3 5 Gl obituary. GUPo j .lust Saved His Life. j Tennessee Florlda Dnvis of oowerston. O., latelv had from All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi- - n frightful de-itFor two vears a se- 4.2S combe are notified that they must come verehing trouble constautlvRrew worse , 4.24 forward and settle. Delays are dan-- nulil it seemed he mutlieof Con- Oklahoma veronm rsapieiiti. sumption. Then he begun the use of 3.18 ger0USGeorgia i Dr KiuS,!i New Uisfovery, and lately ' '" 90 South Carolina a cure for rheumatism Chamber-- ' '"ote : "It pave instant relief ami ef- o'toi As -.- ailSS.BSippi.. laiu s Pain Balm is painmp a ,vi,je rep. feced a permum nt cure." Such won- .0W uratiou. lndian Territory D. B. Johnston, of Richmond, derful cures have for 25 vears. proven 2.43 Iud., has been troubled viitn that ail-- 1 bs power to cure all Throat, Chest and Carolina North In speaking of it he L.nu troubles. Price 50cts and Sl.UU. 1. 91 men: since Alabama i fin says: ! never found anvthinjr that ' Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles t.w.nMa would relieve me until 1 used Cham- - free at all drug stores. Thoa It will be seen that the berlain's Pain Balm. It acts like mag-blea- k bills of Vermont and New ic with me. My loot was swolen and Hampshire show 400 per cent, paining me very much, bat one good me. greater per capita circulation than application of Pain Balm relievedHick- Cowgill vNc Cowgill. lxn(f A M.Shaw, State Line, the great agricultural states of f Kansas and Nebraska and i00 per Druggists. j h r'i.i Come Fonvartl it was a tlinmus escape that uharles HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. STONB WORK of all Kinds. IKON FENCING, &c.t &c GllVEME ! 'fRlAL when yon want done, or repair in Wagon, ice Horxphoiti!! a specialty I also keep a full line of A Eickraazi, "BLy. j Undertaker' s Goods lb. Common. Rosewood, and Solid Black Walnnt Collins and Cased, which can be fitted ui in short notice, and at reasonable prices. Give uio a call. SSL. Shop near the Jail. IN CASH AKD VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED Aisierican. The To Subscriber ctiei-WieiiS.i 30,000.00 G-ET- S $1.00 Trv It. $500.00 CASH. It. No You May Get One has a Iletler Chance than Yon. , cent, more than Texas. It is not surprising that specitl The Iosr in ..... nnited Stat legislation has made the northeast fmm ha, roa(js fl WJ(, tf) lieS500 rockribbed republican section, 000.000 annually. There are 300,! ; -- , bat whatT is to be thought of ajrt- ... I ma v.un,u ,.r. CUiiurai iuwb, w Lli.li h..n fib. nikP cent, less tban Connecticut ami 700 per cent, less than Rhode Is- 1 unw J? deriakeu than the improement . The policy of the republican par f the8e hjuwuy8. Tne cos; ty since men like Lincoln passed wonia be slight compared to the from control has bem to build up fi aIld lne jutlirect gaill lo al, favored class m the manufactur cIat.8ea is beyond all calcalattou. ing centers at the expense of the i 000 llUes of hii,,nvav roa(1 in ,llis, ., . ., country, mttst nr wlleli 5h in n ,.. iapj(jated condition. No better or irk can he nn- mnre l)I0flltt00 li-- ! ' Till ' ! i fe 9 LlVl Ml l CrS J 7) nr of WVit In hn Corn rry.'i-siie- i NUUBElt of KPin on an 1(H inches, iaiue'er t Ur end 2g ifwfce i mt'l.tl '2 n.vfit? ll nil Ii 1 t. a iid.lle h riid '2 inch"-'- , eircnuifrreiire hi lnr md S nsfcville ;roa: 7 1 1G. The ear of corn is iiia"rd in ite Aiuri ..f IVnu . unhnsked nud tn one eu kiw ihf mi '- t 'y nHS h it. The ik5 Farm Tper in the greHe-- t Semi-V-k- i N.w. r'.tn. SHtiii.WHfkl. Auieri-at- i. ( nf-- rK rber first t eei?4 a topy IW mnnbers a year let" than he ftoutli; correct gue. reittutint: si t r ' elT arttitn- - suD- I senditi" ui the correct, or nire-- t crtption to "he Sun- - Weekly Auincno, GUESS 1- -3 po-si- ly bk, M ' yJ--3-Z- 7!' I , , great agricultural sections, boon-e- r or later this fact must become patent to every farming commit nlty, Paid Dear for His beg. . , it has long since been lu nvo years paid over$yoo.00 to doctors understood and appreciated fry to cure a Running Sore on his leg. Then off, hnt cured they wanted the favored sections. Paducah it witb one to cutofit Bucklen's heArnica box News. Salve. Guaranteed cure for Piles. 25c a bos. Sold by all druggists. A. SURE CUKE FOB CKOCP. j jast as B D Bhmtoll, of Thackerville, Tex., V Li J3r Siii Lyvw'' MHT- - h nearest curreci jties- - rcviv Second correct, Kn..- Tip Itujv i Third correct , or nearest correct gue-i igh er :i- - ' ll biri: Fourth correct, or nearpii crrec gues)" 'k-itlrop top. ftv? drawer Srw'ms ehn,' d"t- Mower. recrnei eorrrci gueFifth correct, or l..i, .!. it er or nearest cttrrecs sarr. sixth correct, eB'it, 'ill Seventh corieci, or neare-i- i correct ruer- '! ? Ktizhth correct, or nearest correct "ite"? iiixi Pe Hit. r Xt a t h correet. or nenrot correct gue-- s h- r .... correct, or nef.re-'- t correct ueJ rei.'ie , anl fenth I To the first 1,000 SbsonJersi who rtn in wvlr ilis 11ii.ni. ttori an '2 wilt nttfiie eompece guess, whether corrector not, I :i he wtn- nme-W- it r Hi.muitii v a loo no Aniiricii F ix vxsn or , T..ioo150oo t'O 75 00 Go 5-- 5 3S-D- - r-- - vI - .J.-.- r - 00 56.00 VO 0 -- reei! rei-eivt-1 I.d rr r,i I 0 J-- 5 0i.. UO 10 r-- !- out nicety iltu9traed and inieretius, - cbp at m-.r- t fh 1.000 CO ! X .t'- Tweaty - Five Years' Conslaut Use Wtthsat a Failure. first indication of croup is hoarse The ness and in a child subject to that dis ep.se it may be taken as asuresign of the aoDroach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Uongh Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears it will prevent the attack. It is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never the anxious mothers. We have yet to learn of a single instance in which it has not proved effectual. No ather preparation can show snch a rec-r- d years' constant use tweaty-fiv- e wkhomta failure. For sale by Cow-gCowgill, Hickman, and A. M. Pfcaw, wait mbc, urmffgww. di:--apoim A GREAT many people are wondering what it is that is increasi ing the price of corn, and keeping jt up, despite the fact that there is a much larger crop of corn than last year. This is easily explained, sas the Dennison. Hetabl, trom the fact that the cotton crop is short. For several years cotton seed nulls and meal have fattened the Texas cattle, or at least have almost accomplished that. This year the cotton eed product will not be to exceed of what it was ast year, aod thous-hiiOof bead of cattle will have to be fattened on corn. one-thtrd When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort if you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can have a comfortable seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for all pans of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. If you are thinking of taking a trip, write and tell us where you we will are goine and when you will leave, andso as to tell you how much make the best time your ticket will cost, what train to take and connections, and anything else we can that will help make your trip a comfortable one. An intercstint: little booklet, "A TRIP TO TEXAS." will be mailed free to any address. S2.0flG.00 TOTAL 10'KJ ptniar!v Int-- r wiU No gnContest clones March 1, rceied bearii than March I. 1000 AU nwrd wil' he pail im wwt e'y tier c!oinir af c.r.ie-- t. ttiinSe, g(ittntr the parties Iftliere hoiild be any lie ;:u3e thiti-s- . t wo or tl.ig ?er.'l in your doll'irand ene to the S.itae award it will b rqnlty divide-l- . Jnut think wkat 50 en ! wrh $30" ciiaii. and no one dny. Tr o get the $5"0. srt see-o- n! h'i" a better chance to set it than wrelf. If vn do am jtt ftrsi In tormer ts THE AMERICAN ALU AVs'TvYS IT? PRIZES PROMPTLY - of who fw of We civ? ih nam rd tidnsit hi" ptid ni'itiy pr'ze Veti'tngt.a Clwanld, Ttrtnsbe. Ten n., S5o0 ca.W; Chas. ave received itwiirdV: L). Cope, para, Tenn., S1U0. -- jh nj he con-tes- Send postal for Az-- ni accompanied by IJ'0 THE AMBEIOAN, Kfasliville Tenn. Bring Your Job Work io This Office lr iwfl'f terai- - if vom month wi. t ei as eni. Alt ties?ea must he h n. ADAni, Traveling Passenger Agent, CAIRO, 11,1,. (45) E. W. LaBEAUME, Gen'l Fass'r and Tkt. Agent, ST. LOUIS, MO. - A. --- . s THE MORALITY PARTY. and B0KD MANIPULATION. ur eonpro-'-rPUNGENT PAkriGRAPHS. above "(iiori.i In ExceKi." Tremolo men as wore in i organ rn.it m mm !i uwd parlia::. iii ;rd roichstajrs oi,.t d out stop ia the "elu lacs of the Kepxib- - How the A'liuiniitlratlon et!t;oi of vtateru.rii l.it- and Trietc "Wadeleigh saya lie A Drcr-pancy.- as the trumjH-- t stop. More of Ariel ;i lic&.n til ml of Fiuan- Out SpeCC- and Tliln? More chant, than I atriotij-u- i a iil pulilie spirit iln llIi tim m. of Naomi. nevt r make 'Dr. Talruage Discourses on :'ie than elerlv.cr. Ui:ors. em.- '- dney Town and sonrr. the words and moral power would not 'oquerce That's: one of dirges. Not h thiu World as It Will Be. Country Jocrnal. of which no one understands on the be pointed out now. for all our public It Las ccu,t to light thtt For the first time in ten years the govlip of a soloist, but mighty harmonics men are thus characterized. Politics rnoraiity party is not in the God and tv." said .1 man "We're in a pickle its bonded that roll from outside door to chan- has been swept, paruished. glorified, with itself on a quet' ion perfect accord ernment is about to reduce course, but in a crowd. "A regular jam," said anof high finan- debt. That is gratif j ing, of Ixnprot emcnt In iiiimttii CumlltJeixnt cel and from floor to grained rafter ennobled, until nothing more is to be cial morality. There is agreement upon the ciivnmstances under which the other. "Heaven preserve us," exclaimed lie-eS- t- iilutfonircil .After It Hit as though Handel had corns out of desired. Walk through all alderiuanie the general proposition can operation is 10 be performed do not an old lady. Columbus Suite Journal. that for Oooil OIorle of the tlie eighteenth century into the twenty-f- councils and sheriffalties and guber- be ao real financial morality there " You referrod to your friend as a dead without the speak very forcibly for the intelligence Coming Ceainrj. and had Ids foot on the organ natorial rooms and presidential man- gold standard, but irst "Yes: be always game sportsman? eloafter that there is pedal, and Thomas Hastings had come sions and find the truth of what 1. the divergence. The nature of the differ- of our financial policy, however buys his birds is the market. Dead IClopch.l quently they may tell of the astuteness Copyright. 1S5. Iy tell out of the early part of the nineteenth spirit of the twenty-urs- t game is his specialty." y ence can best be understood from a of the individual who profit by it. and were you. who were of the ninetecr.ti een-turcentury into the twenty-firs- t atatemeut of facts. By a novel mode Dr. Talmage ia tliis leading The secretary of the treasury lias of- Star. and now come down on terrestrial the voice. Music that moves After the Green pple. "Are you in In accordance with the general prin- fered to buy bonds to the amount of discourse shows how the world will look visitation." the earth and makes Heaven listen. the kind ciple the honor of monev market. pain, toy little man?" 00,000 to eae its after it hao been revolutionized foi But we cannot stay long here, for credit that its finamial the nation, de- $2o. proposes to pay the But I say to our menu first cen15: "A new earth, old gentleman. "No." ansWfr.u the and well leing good; test, 2 Peicr 5: 112 He for four-petury escort: "I cannot understand it is almost time for us to retrace our mand that all obligations of the I'tnted c wherein dwelleth righteousae?." of I'juT. or 111 for five poreents.of boy. "The pain's in n.ts." 63d j.e Town rs. exile worsliipers no sor- way heavenward. tiid Country Journal. S& 1j04. That would shall be Down ia the struggle to make the this. Have these from r.T.TiO,-(rtio And, passing out, we Statesexpressly paid in gold unit other- t, their rows, or have they forgotten must eooii end. wise "What are you going to be when you stipulated in the world better and happier w.oitifiines to $J5,lj7.riuo, if the bom holders Our escort responds: "Sor- go through a national museum, where to be and that all possible doubt upon should avail themselves of the oiler to are a man, Tomm.v ." "Cm going to get depressed with the obstacles be accom- rows! Why. they had sorrows more we are shown among the curiosities an that point, shall be removed, the house its fullest extent. overcome and the work to work tiif I get moj ev enough to buy a than ou could eount, but by a divine en field riile. a howitzer, a hotehkiss caucus committee has framed a bill deI a tonic and u andv store, an" then I won't do a plished. Will it not be Looking at the n..ittrr mere with curiosities of that claring plainly that gold is the sole world at- - it. illumination that the eighteenth and shell, ati ambulanc thing."- - St. Loiis K. public. inspiration to look at the referentv to the jut - n T point of tune, enjoyed age. but, alas! no curiosity to us of the wiH be when it bus been brought baeli nineteenth centuries never standard of value in thi country and the eeretarv) prop- itiou is a!van-tageoDotii'g Mamma ' Itoduey. dear, So let us foi 1 her understand the uses of sorrow nint teenth century, for some of our that nil bonds and other pecuniary oblihat would is your hirthelay. to paradisaical condition? to the :of ri inent. The i..oaey own kindred weut down under their gations, except as above stated, are pay' by j 011 like best?" Uenev. dear (after a a t.ti- mnmnntc imnsnftH ourselve. inti . and are comforted with a supernatural i.s l.ving idle In the treasury, at field by or were able ia gold. it in thi w.i we -- hail save ibout brief eason of ujr. ration) "I think the future and put ourelvot, forward in j condolence uch as previous centuries those wheel;. carried oil the straiijht-forwarsec the world in its nver experienced." All that lock-- w r dir-e :h cholhoue burn " ,1) a jcar in interc-the eeaiuries and I'd like to and ?!.' "I'.ut." I .i 'o o ir escort, the spirit I as again of the interpreter: "das " Melbt urne Weekiv i inn . state, at. we will sreru-ra- l I'lmn tluiiritemU rubced and perfected l.ut how doe that money happen to dovn j 011 and the t went from what . the "1! re. here!" ecitif ia those times wcare permitted deathanswerbani-he- d "Xo. 1"T thenj world?" ofsay to i aeh first cer Miry, and go home laid down tlu re should be no objection he in the treasurv. It is there n-other, "we mut le die I -pr-oas 1 am sure we The to it. l;ut we hear that the thrifty re- thi..a ministration nt.' itspre.eccss'.rs sii tliis nlanet. t do ton mean by tving 'the rvachine-r- y row. back again to Heaven. We have publicans of the s nate do object very ? " " I .iat a wilL "We all want to vcetle w,i id after rw oit'v . he:; the phv ..! bonds for it. '11 four per e nts. laugheel alnuel teir realie it is staid long enoiiffh on this terrestrial streTo;-,- v li- - d and all is won. ott. ami th ! T'-- f replied the if thev for whlt'i b'eereta kliaslieea thoroughly (iosp JT i. vv .tter-- v exactly what he did. . Tl t M tl ey are certain-- v v isitation to . . .. i.- i. d ut pt.r. had ji.st xi.ade a e 'r'T lJ" were .!.-- ' i .. "The ju' ivroasrs have leen righted. We will time to 0 and that " and without elnul.T toinjr into a foretold in ibt ' v d 1 h.U l! oke at his rpe je." Londoi. Anwart to come back, and we will comen .lin ' j.r.,,1 se3 osav. t v t ' i1 ' world where they will be infinitely bet- we read during - C. 1: to look 1: put t he refu i ; en t cor of to pa.v hack !.- -, bc 1,' ew is. !. " .r.v. I) 'it St ' we had tow a id whieh w have been on ter off ard are to hre in a mansion have come to pass, 01. it nee .vet!, atte r ha ngalt ae.y paid "i.d wh' .. tl e .T. occu-p:tn- ." Solomonic and Pauln. n . r. : I'wvrr ' o- '.'" larger or Mti.ler scale 1. m?. Havinsr that await- - their immediatethis nquir' the- "il at r t r to-('$i),( uo in int r t. -wt how waa all -tiean prophecies have bev ' . ' ' j tjU u l. xid th of T.inc of tL oreh tra a." of the ol';- - r loacs vie On kit ir. "He- - was a Piir err. re l.aak our escort. Answer: that the earth, instead of i The om 'i"os t?..vek'. -w 1 .".wv."v!jO.r strii 11. let I'nv li:i!e. d 1 nd .im.i wa-- . i' ' of Gospel power. You who ly failure, is the mightier-thBy fl : : In.. r n w.--r last tr we will h n.ei.t levehmd o"i' '.:..i:...' 'o har 'h alert potn'a". Miuio'.r.' bis lite: : A ' universe. A star red , !a-o- f ''n liaviv.: lived ii fie nineteenth century never : n e orat.-no- . ri . anged . t . of a j.r me min.-- to the .xlor':.n-L- ' l-- irr -- t r j It .1 re ival of religion to be eom-- planet rescued! A world r.t le',- - .,t Im- - pii 1" j: as 'he pail ter .rtiv 1'- time eo. 11101 t -- vi.e ieate at .1 'r.iet.in Towr. Tonics. pa ied wi'h what occurred m the lat- - started with a garden, and it i : - ' eh. pon canvas. bi.'V tually pass t. rnrsT out!Ik t.Id :r t ! I om r ' the ;V "ThnT prest'-!iriat- ' t'-tt-- r a garden. What a ht twentieth and the early close with .,u:"d part of . u g". ' av -t, as eccplet- - a. IJe-i.ee it wl 1 iil, but the set e ImiL aiiv of tl o- I),.,it to liTi.li;it.d " ' at.it rfi.l triek-.- " woi oh have I :i)?s rroiur. ify it in such v c klip;.. 1.11 M1 . n - not '.!.' h V. "lie v. !..T v. 11 ewie- - jf ' 1.. TllV lets "Des j' i.oV.'turn 11. .In.isrment." rt 01 ii 1...- - mv-zir- si nlfiUed that uc that we could rightedseen this bef i a after it was ard leen it tl . p "La . aid is t ice k- Mk..el :. . ;f ..Bjorf Ka. ?,. ar' tie jrov f i.ni' nt t tu e,r s"ll br-- !s day 4hat is. for its internal fires hav '" ll(" ,K" ; vei.i i. f Mr. .' ' eet tje w .r'.ti ui.i'cr il.eirleam nasi n w!.- r.i v( r it suits th lie :r wi.ii.'i - ar.ITe t!o "llto tw.-.- M people ly burned out to the crust, ao or forty million vv or. 1 t. or . t ,f IJU:V;ei:i, . wilfwai 1 ' ro: t he it ,,ie e: ta .!. Mo rear, r d the i..t lffoic ire the d.an! h ' to the geologist, making it easy .. .it , ..:id It li.u-- : a'..iO i v i. .. ai.i - . ei a p. ( it Q to see it wL !. ui 't r the f.: l.:ninof ei.rxerted -.n -- t h.mn. fn our church theologian to believe in the eo Ceur: , rr . ttie tnwi hc sir. ot i jfte-u-io" i i'is e!i." v i . id toeii ening of - when 500,000 sou Is were t?on that the Bible predicts. Supp e in"e-i' e:.-.t. u... ii ivi: s friiie ei arrain;e:-,- nt v. e li n l po-t.- li t f tl. j' was onlj-- a drop of rcent taken from the wate-wif- l EXPERT AT VEIGET. I) ' .' ALsrhted .11 the itdettj.ee earth. e saved. IJ ' Of t't JlC'S S. I .r.k with ?1 t 1 -e v,r that since then burn, and another by tin ; iiit of tie the consii.ir - t aie tirst ar 'i h ... " the fr.' ; n ent h id more ? 'MiBcrn I OutAMlit U lint took into the Uirirdom of Gtd erery-th;- tr from the air and that lt- - 11 ,! tw t.t;. Srsi i.linj. wlo prorKKes f o i hand ii-- t , it 1 ei u', a ad moi.t the ..einli'liniilH et! betw.n the Atlantic and the surrounding planets w' r it ii.to e .1 i'Ia-- . "I, It ." . t . a 'i ail that w- .evire t gun.e v.'inted to get sol w.-r"VI.t Itiieeleer. on fire l'aee. bet the IvTenees and the ship of a world L tl his iruk5atce we Will see. t.on. all it would In' o de vvou!-- : l. to r T:T a- - " peo-p- 'f tls that its passengers got 9 Vt '1 iy n dree the rate of I . r t. A- - tl, in-i- c oe our vvv, for the wtjild .somui Ii:t';j'3;. rj. 'l:e.rmeteenth good d fce o f e- - tr-century I that planetary V were to ins .e t.e v. n 1. .e lire. al - w ke teie-- t Ati ctd'xget! frt'in tlie time ;,.-iej.t ijow ll .night ..f .. tiov- iiin been overcome to l.'eaven. Farev i i' :i. .. (Tj Of t' iii it. 1'irsT f a. I, hejK.i is out to a tri;,rr o ire t! jv Wile r. Ti.e i;e - ! .si' jj. I on b . . pav l r ab!eti. oeenturj ' u. in' Ol'r ' .' ' si, tiied !!,; it . frees. What human twenty-firs- t W . jrc .m-i- f k' ' e g.oi.p of .iiu! i rh it ou r.ir to i. r to accomplish has guidance! We can v.;iponrv J.1 !.a. the i' k of the twn,tv fir it. ti r ! at the "a omnipotent thunder- - away from doxologi ply tiv ug the rat ac- .. v ' ! '. . .er. ... .1. "WIjt ;.re tiiof-- st'uetures been dore by e juaied- - v.ith- point at which de : HV vv Qe bu"i'L.r :h vv in temples never clo-har'l' wLost walls arefallin?dowi! ard whose bolts. draw .,;.--. . jBlOUl.; Oi irnta. We e rtnu 1 s no sundown. )',- s vou this terrestrial ': V ll. fl!.on the hinge"" Our i' ga'e- - ar Or Mippohe we had the h.tere or.vert-ib'- o t I jund of tk. orf -r it A' tround t! , - v r '" r. is tl it tl . in- that immortn of the Cv'mrg-enturip ..! vitiation tells as: Ihose vwn err bond ?"teni. i here won'd lc nc ..ad !l puasus is. or ..T . tilled with irenders, but the the church has undt "&! Jicompliii d transformations we hr i ; iat t r.iiura the n awl t olc.-e- . to h gov-t-him. the satio t! beef. .t-- . n.d ' . ,s o et r . .l ' i - r: and ales ol crime of the world ha died out. Theft so much, we k on. , or. the spirit of tories of truth o:: la i.'i nt em punha-e- s upon. t Mil K wit ho u: long dvve.i.r He cuts :. o inn- i. ' 1. . cetlnry. to show us the hemisphere Irradiatec I 'iey boi.'.--. When money became so end arsoo and irand and violence have the twccty-fir&- t al.c.-a'a. Tl e - " different kinds of churches. So we axe the throne of carlh, a w.'I.iji.t i. ' or; that it was worth more than the twe where to set the knives. Itr Arfli TArkrktn lJft tl 1 i .'. Im- - p.i.e i.SA ..t. t,ort of casual like and plus the - eii .n , moral to s,are hujiicrs v t st want, and why should they appropriate taken in and out of the churches of dif- thront of Heaven." paid by the government th , pr And now you and 1 have left our es- - . t surrendering them in exchange for holders of bonds wouhi simp'v take and lays the rn.at on the scale-- and it even if Uiey had ferent denominations, ar.d wc find that the jroperty of otliers not vary more than a quarter or a tlie desire? The marauders, the assas- they axe just as different in the twer.ty-fir- st cort lis tre ascend, for the law 01 grav- others bearing a lower rate of interest them to the treasurv- - and rectiv:- - notes due pound from the weight required, century as they were different in itation has no power to detain ascend but expressly payable in gold by play- - at par. When they had no further ns half the sins, the buccaneers, the piece, ami on the the hea-it-J e8 ftyhtr Zpuint ihnt, the old ones will for the rotes --rSCanafjlii-. nSnionu.li when we worship id i ing Hplrir. Ui Uwwa-k.- itt"-.-i'- j would take them tc on evenp".ec- - he eomes within an otrace thobandits. ihe the lighter jwrnwr limn, 't'liwuis unity ifi unci uiuur anej sola r J.Myft 'arc afei: tr, srarsiornn in stiver. l t! sis i.. ...i TH. treasury and get bondx. the of Mlvatmr.. Fut we splendors, which cannot be describe ; Ujjiouhl seem that in taking this posi- - morey inaik't would :.iv.ivs Thus of the Christian rehgior. are now up- grat be easy or two, or hits it rlgnt on the nail. .. 1. v A man, for instance. yj eater the Baptist chureli. and it is bap- by mortal tongue, we rise righer and I .110a .ine. repuuiieians give awav .iiieir nnel the crovernment would ii'v-right asd beneficent and uefu!. :.to a b gate case as a matter of morals altogether forced to chaffer for its own securities. bHtcher shop and astcs ?3T three and a. After jiassing on amid columns and tismal day. and we sae the candidates higher, till we reaclx the shining statues erected in memory of those who for membership immersed. And we go as it opens for our return, and tin and take their stand on the lower level The $UM6,04S,S50 of bonds we had half or four pounds of. say, corn beef. nave been mighty for goodness in tlie into a i'resbvterian church and see a questions erect us from all sides: of policy. If existing bonds arc unquesa outstanding when Secretary Gage made The butcher gets a big piece out of the pickle, lays it on block, and picks up world's history, the highest and th group of parents around the baptismal "What is the news? What did you find tionably payable in gold it ir. morally his offer cost us a year in most exquisitelj- - sculptured those 111 font holding up their children for the in that earthly tower? What have you wrong to pretend that tliey arc not in interest. Under the other arrangement a knife, and, without the slightest christening. And we enter the Episco- to report in. this city of the sua?'' ouder to frighten holders into giving the hesitation, with one strong, smooth honor of such as have been, most charge would savi-nsweep, cuts on? a piece.,which he lays on in life or improving life pal church and hear the solemn roll of Prophetic, apostolic, saintly inquiry. them tip for less than bonds so payable less annual interest than 521,000,000 at the outside, and rather than those renowned for de- her liturgies, and her ministers are And. standing on the steps of the are worth, and if they are not so payable might run down to nothing, if the de- the scales. Jt weighs three pounds and it is in weight exactly stroying life, we eonw upon anotJier gtrvvued and surpliced. And we enter house of many mansions, we cr- - aloud all the republican outcry against those mand for currency were sufficient. glorified who have proposed to pay them in silver midway between theUiaitsse;. group of, buildiairs that must have been J the Lutheran church, ant! we heaxin the the newt: "Htar it, all What docs the democratic party thinle The expert butcher get his ability to transformed from their original shape sermon preached the doctrines of the Christian worker) of all the past cen- has been mere hypocrisy. If the senate of currency reform as one q the issues ajd adaptcc to other uses. "What is all greatest of German reformers. And we turies! We found your work was suc- .scheme is to in? adopted it will be in or- of next year's campaign? X. Y. Jour- tlo this naturally enough, from good judgment to start with, backet! up by go into the Methodift church just in cessful, whether on earth you toiled der for the republicans to eleseead from this?" we ack our escort. lleau.-wer- : long experience, but when he cuta down at a love feast ami give with knitting needle, or rung a trowel iheirhigh moral horse. Chicago Chron- - nal. "Those were almsliouses and hospital, time to sit )rudence audible "Amen" when the service stirs on a rising wall, or smote a shoe last, icle. things a close as uiis. even the cus lmi accuracy in. making and FRIGHTENED REPUBLICANS. us. At least 50 kinds of churches in the or endowed a university, or swayed a tomer familiar with his .kill looks upon in running machinery of all sorts have POINTED PARAGRAPHS. wizard- century, as there were 150 scepter; whether on earth you gave Cleveland P!atn ins as almost abolished the lit of casualties, twenty-fir- st eif tlie Inte I'tetIiriM Great, Itrsultn Dealer. eiifferent kinds of churches in the nine- a eup of cold water in the name of a and sobriety and industry have nearly iurx 3IceIi tncnxtfscHH in Judging from w hat Senator Ifan- disciple, or at some Pentecost preached abalished pauperism, so that those teenth century. Xlielr ItjuiU.. said in the Ohio campaign the repubrne nt SraevU. braidings whieh once were hospitals "But what is yonder row of buildings, 3,000 souls into the kingdom. Tlti mo&t prized autographs m tie lxx-i-i visited lican party intends to deal very tenderturned into majestic for architecture?" The spirit azid almshouses have "In that world we have just Evidently the republicans, no matter ly with trusts in the next century savs: the desert, arc all abloom, and the wil- year. The democratic campaign do no how much they may whistle to keen world are those of Shakespeare. Only beautiful home., for the less prospered, of tee twvnty-lirs- t seven are claimed to exit. three sig nari can and if ou will look in ynu will sec the "Those are our legislative halls and dernesses are bright with fountains. wiser thing than to ta.e its stand their courage up. are pretty thoroughly nature to his will (each, with a diller-en- t p lorest table has abundance, and the places of public trust, and if you would Sin is extirpated. Crime is reformed. ajjainst trusts. spelling), two to conveyances o! It can afford to rest frightened over the results of the re srrsllefct wardrobe luxury, and the harp. like it I will show you the political cir- Disease is cured. The; race is emanci- its chances of winninjr the election on cent elections. property, oat in the folio edition of hiv. . tiisig- to have its strings thrummed cles, the modes of preferment, the styles pated. 'The earth is full of the knowlKeelizing the fact that Bryan has plays (doubtful) and one a leaning against the piano, waiting foi of election, the character of public men edge of God, as the waters cover the that one issue. Savannah News. gained ground rapidly and that evtn J translation of Montaigne. in This-Tudor - last Secretary iage condemned as McKialey's home state is in danger, the 5t- - kens to be fingered. I rehave sea.' 'The redeemed of the Lord in this century." "Thank you," i in the British museum, and cost over J and almthoures must have ply. "1 can easily understand how come to Zion with songs an1 everlast- "sentimental agitation" on Mondav the republicans are now talking about an 2,000 guineas. One thousand guineas be- a a necessity once, but thev would be would improve individual life ing joy upon their heads.' 'The Lord demand he vieit!ed to on Wcdmdav. early convention. was the price given by the late Mx. Alllesult: Speculators were enabled to And you see all tin swamp; acd social life and commercial life, but GoeJ Omnipotent reigneth, and the Recalling the history of the last presbeen drained, thf sewerage of the I would HiVe to seo what it can do for kingdoms of the worlel have become clean up, by a rise in stocks in Wa!' idential election and the amount of fred Merrison. of Carlton. House terhave race, for an autograph letter writtea by While this acgn at town.- - lias been erftcted.and the political life." "Let me t"U you," sajs the kingdoms of our Lord .Tesus street, just Sis.Oiil.rs-lKtion, which necessitateel a sudden time, money and printing it took to Marie Stuart to the arenhishop of wood's- clinaKte i& o iiaproved tliat the spirit of the twentj -- first centurv. Christ.' Let the harpers of Heaven stem the tide of Bryan's eloquence, the This there are no pneumonias to come out of "that I have read about politieal chi- strike the glad tidings from thestrings change of front, has been severtly crit- republican national committee is said Guise. pope- - and tw other letters tone to the anr the other icised. Secretary (Jage accepts the full the tl cid, or rheumatisms out of the canery and corruption of icre than 100 of their harps, auel the trumpeters responsibilitv . to be unanimously in favor of calling of France! were written bv toThe king Toledo Commercial. hi fortrumin put them in the mouth of their the national convention together early tunate Qu-e- n dc.ress. or fevers out of the heat. years ago the nineteenth of Scots on tie nuirniag "Hanna must go!" is the watch- in June. C'.' - itrptiar.s liaiiished. pneumonias which you lived Ihto but the low po- pets and the orchestra roll them into of her execution. The letter to the Lr; . -- heti. diphtheria bnni$lid. ophthal-n.'.- .i litical caucus has gone from the 'aee of the grand march of the eternities, and ' word, it was uttered in whispers at Another Vamjxiiirn of education." French kn.g was, e . during the neuralgia banished. As the earth, and the stuffed ballot box. all the cathedral towers of the great rst. but now it is shouted through must lie fought, the trusts miiM be got days of the terror, wh le that to the as I can teilf rom what I have rend, and the bribery by money and bv prom- capital of the universe chime them all megaphones. Hut Mr. Hanna ha a deaf in line and "milked" to the last drop in pope is still preserved at the Vatican. eRr or sucn voices am! President Me- - the way of contributions to the corrupour atmosphere of this century is a ise of offiee, and the jobs got through over Heaven" n book-e!Je- r. ley keeps, his mouth shut and looks tion fund and documents "explaining" The Bernard JtlnfrUng of the two months of May and letrislatures and eongressesi. by lobbyAnd now I look up and sec the cast- - Km Quariteh. gave JC 1.CK") for ar. autograph pres- It not forgotten that the October of the nineteenth century ." ists. We liave nothing like a OtHih preing down at the bejeweled and radiant the policy cf imperinlism must be ent acted line a rock for A;gor up toa pared, and it takes time to elo all this. of Columbus, whieh was exhibited at scandal, or those harbor and river crowns at the sacred feet of the en- And wc believe what our ocort says, the worhr. fair at Chicago. A Chicago . for as we pass on wc find health glow- appropriations, the most of which never Of course, a long campaign will disJesus. Missionary Carey is eertam time and then turned. L:ia down autosrraph dealer is said to have eiiTeree! ;"ing- in every cheek and beaming in improved the harbors or rivers, or carting down ";-turb business, but the republicans will those feet the uccauit iou have all the business they can take care to give $100,000. or over .C20j00tf. for a every eye and pringicg in cver3' step speeches to lull time and prevent a vote, crown of India saved. MiShiouary Jud- - ine irooti oi ine genuine autograph of Shakespeare Dealer, and articulating in every utterance, cr promotion to high place of political son is of in an endeaTor to make the people brought to him within a yearof makin-h- it down the crown of Lur- - stronir. Cleveland is If hostile politician in ilacnas believe that there are no trusts in this and you and J whisjHT to each other accidents, and the only bosses we have ma saved. Missionary Abeel casting otter. It was a safe bluff, for since ly tcurive country, and that trusts are a good the tragic fate as" our escort has his attention drawn nov.'boss because thej' have mort brain down the crown of China stivcd. David Party attempt too of Chatterton no forger from the helm McKin ley's seuse of tiling, anyhow. upon the morning and purity than those who are bossed. Livingston casting down at those feet to some new sunrise has cared to tackle the quaint scrawl sky. and wc say. each to the other: Tlie money barrel to buy votes and to the crown of Africa saved. Mission - obligation may be appealed to by the Time will also be required to demon- of thr Bard of Avon. Collier's Weekelst--. than 'Who would believe that this i.s the I decide who shall be elected did not roll ary Braim-rcasting down the crown man who, more as a anyone for strate that the declaration of independ- ly. ! candidate weirTffl we lived in over 100 vears ac-ointo this centurv. All those in hiirh of-- of this country's aborigines saved- - brought him out ence is an antiquated document not men and women we ' fice in township, state and nation are Souls that went up from all the de- - prcwacnt aiiu mnin.uuvu..UdU Tkn of Aniiunnltion to One Soldier. Look at those worth regarding by advanced" thinkers Englishmen, whose sous are now men superior for intelligence and sa nominations in America in holv riv- - and election. An appeal on this ground and ardent imperialists such as make pass on the road! How improved the ( j. i nuiiui ir it i MeKiniey Sr Co. faeing the Boers in the Transvaal, am cacity and moral equipnicntand fitnes-- . a iry. seetcing which could soonest cast in:irii t n i Tit n: iii r Such beaut v. such up the firm of Ilanna. Luinaii race! """ . ... .... n , l "'udestiny and auty open " Therefore an early meeting of the getting what comfort thev-- can frmn , . strength, such gracefulness, such for the posts they occupy. All intrigue dow n the crown of this continent at to geniality! Fact's without the mark of and Machiavclism and temporization tli- e Saviour's feet, and America saved, strument of national republican convention is to be statistics showing that there is only a cliarere ot unrequited aitection ana called by the frightened members of one chance in a thousand that a solcom- - i are gone. one sorrow! Cheeks that seem never J.ut often you. and 1, who were ,! I.OIIIS IlemillilC. ,nirrn1lt1lri( j "Tlie last corrupt judge of election pamons in that exnedition from Incn the MeKiniey cabal. Chicago Demo- dier will be killed in battle, and that, to have been we by one fear! A race remarkable, now that crat. on the average, z. ton of ammunition is It will be GO years ago. the preacher Heaven to earth, seated on the green new world born!" was buried sublimated! A expended for every man shot. In the bnnk of the river that rolls through the people have given the republican But I say to our escort: "Did all oiliciating at the obsequies taking for The men with dinner buckets. Crimean war, for example, a total o" over leaders a free hand in congress, if they this merely happen so? Are all the his text Proverbs 10:7: 'The name of the paradise of God. will talk themselves, who are the professed objects of Mr. Mc nearly 9a.000.000 shots were fired, with good here spontaneously good? How thewicked shall rot," or Jeremiah 19:22: the scenes we witnessed in that paren- shall not proceed to hanjr canal project, the ship- - I Kinlcy. tender solicitude and in whose a resulting loss of life amounting r did you get the old shipwrecketl world lle shall be buried with the burial of thesis of heavenly bliss, in that vaca- The "Nicaragua the policy or pro less than 100,000, or one soldier killed afloat again, out of the breakers into an ass, drawn and cast forth beyond tion from the skies, in our terrestrial ping subsidy speculation, the tempta- behalf he advocates the enormous iirci. to every l,Gs7 shots tired. During the our new island possessions tection, help to pay the smooth seas?" 4Xo, no!" responds the gates of Jerusalem.' (Jur laws are visitation we who were early resi- tion to loot always incident in a full its enjoyed by the producers of tin late civil war in this country it took our twenty-fir- st century escort. "Do good and well executed. Men do not dents in the nineteenth eentury, es- and the danger some instances to you see those towers? Those are the in our century have to wade chin deep corted by the spirit of the twenty-firs- t treasury and a practiced and hungry plate, amounting in the contributions 2,200 hundred "weight of amnuinition, army of schemers who have fattened 100 per cent. Thus on the average, to kill a man. Further towers .f churches, towers of reform- through moral slnsb r order to gain century, when we raw what my upon government largesses and dis to the republican campaign fund are statistics show that cf the wounds atory institutions, towers of Christian oiliee. The word 'politics.' which in text describes as "a new earth, where- - j wage earners, who are swelleel by gchools. Walk with me, and let us your century, the nineteenth, often in elwelleth righteousness." "Glory be criminations will make the coming ses- compelled the more than is just for received in battle 45 per cent, occur to pay sion of congress perilous for the counper cent, enter some of these temples." We cu- sioud for chicanery and falsehood and to the Father and to the Son and tb try. Who, now that Tom Reed has re- everything thev use for the benefit as in the legs, 33 cent, in thein the abdomen. 21 per chest andt ter, asd I find that the music is in biJiingsgate am1 n oral turpitude and the Holy Ghost, as it was in the beginMr. MeKiniey puts it, of American laplunderers? july one per cent, ia the head. Chi-fiit.b. now stands for honor ;.ud justice ning, is now ami ever shall be, world tired, can hold back the ihe major key and none of it in t.ic bor. Kansas City Star ca jq Tribune, Faitedclnhiit Record. nin":r-- "fTlerir. In rising .'tni; :ra'a ad : -- htcousre-f . ?urh without end. Amen." A BIGHTEOUS EARTH s . nl ini-taU- e-. n tury, a-- kl -- r This-voluntar- y e sor-rows- eon-trac- - us " J t d. U - -- !x-e- n j do-jus- c I ner -- lie-re- v '- -'- re-j.ort- er. - '.-.- -- T 1 uir-matio- -- l " . 1 X I w-;i s itin-niU- ef-feit-- ir' ; U- -- ihow-i-t'iti'Uvior.e'. -- - -- e urr-ph-s- - -- .) i.-.er ii-''- !' " -- 1 c 1 " -- '' s-- wcuiai.t . -- I 1 tr-'I- 1 1 p'-ph- eey :r I t 1 ! . 1 tr - i , - 1- n . ,;.. ... . Lu-ro- -- I -- I :- -i -- . j'' . 1 - , - c 1 - eat, " -- :- -- -- e. . T u-- -- -' j- -- . - ! . a-- p. n-.-- j-- I- 1 -- '' - -- -- e-- i s .t-ot- 1 i 1 ! ! -- e . '!,! i - . , . a-- -- '....:" -- - -- "-- n im-r.- -- -- - y J- -- i - t tTi-T- -j' ti! th-ej- - 1 r cf-fect- cal three-epiarter- s.: v-- e -- s -- Co-otei- - - Ho-pit-- Gos-peiizati- - . des-tro- v icr well-know- Mo-bili- cr ,., ln-fo- re J.,,. ner-utrnt- 1 ln d - .','.'. '!" ii - .." I -- s -- v - I Ji c v5wrri ably done, for which too much credit can r.?Ipf.nu,?at of Spain on the 19th o; ?!ven lhe Wr Apartment Mt Their rfeh plain.' and. xmVoxn During the past year we have reduced onr -- ''Vll iUUnWUIg, at a .r ..b ' . 'tdhi bw iifii r and Puerto Uieo. In force lu nli" we now lui 331 officers and Tr '"l "' of,rw,iav " men: !n l'uern. Kbo. s,7 ..ffl.-cnn'?"'lv .v the Government of smm whMi had ".ienlisted wen nnd a battalion President McKiuley (Jmline ' .......rwwoit P..n of nirlto l......... Some of the Lavs Which ure . "' Us accomplishment. The work will ne Mlliri'U.- r Inn Utfii. fr. aT- IIIMT. II1II " 010 fleers and I,. .".17 men. and in Hawaii iy tne T,,1'1'1"- llh, sP'ri . n.u I,... rsi.M: mar .S yi exei!eiit and acrl.- -t oiliu our am r jn r. preventatives or the p..,.. :Ii rn the - th, m t.ei-,- .. ... . .... I.I Urirenrly Needed. ii iriinwaianvp 'rtn ptu inn r in reMurniE iHSiceini pnmi lions, orilorlv H lnSfCk u riiins"""" "i It states in both jtmt' r.uini lunriicaiif the Hpe to draft a eonxtlturion and estab- - rule anil clh- projres- - In ( uba. IMierto Men I mted ererr reason IIoMes ..f r..nsr" retain and. proteetorate ..v,r ndenre. ii'ld a them. This, had a st'nwai to leliere. and I -- till 7f If dependent so far as practicable, in the lhllii and. nZ T rreat "'PWtanre of thiw work can iH"liev. f.(! th Mand. la the meantime, pines, the rehabilitation of the postal ser- was in that this transfer of ovrelcntr n,., thy of your aeleitin. u.-,ow ofrn r too stronglv ij. an ar accordance with and .. wish-- . and th we exorcKe eoutrol over the Im. been an esKential and important kb the attention of the ronpr.xi. pressed island, li.nj f.t,,';rTnt ,,Wfaithv.lve t the ..i-- ,. In niv aspiratious of the great the olttet,i..& flLIPINOS MUST FIRST BE SUBDUED. me.Kac. of a mass of the lhe Culm should bave a vice ei. ""-of lreueh of f ii iweainc nccarv to pari ago I expressed niv view Mople. uwirket in afI,j mra, Hj.rtjy..i.i "f the neeeit.r of a eanal which wonld jcrtii and with I'nited Starp on as ood provide Uiail facilitlcj. th for our fo'reen From the earliest moment, no opportun- lio'illng w0 k for as favorable rates of dutv of ocipf " for the Ileitis iibk tne two jireat of;in. to which I acaln ax are nr .tki.r!iv lost of aHMirinx the people of the a i me mwrr ..than to t.. th Wot India Inlands tin To meet thN requirementnative population ity was .,, o... ...: hn liiToired a iii.- j oar consideration. The reasons oer oi artneti m- . . r nnient .. ntJ i. of rcclnrocltv ........ shall in Ktusi:nn.ii in .... ... desire - for . their wel .r-. jVir Mrii-- ..iah I j. - ' Q" n i. win linn. 1w. nii.il iir systems ivere so fraKuientnry. The cxforln Does Sot Deem It Advisable to Itecom- - stronger Afn VI', - .. ur .r ...) " f the aNtnMl in :v-rfor the acts f ta,. ,,or,1 Vf.lhl! now. defective anil me anU Hie AVar liepartment has I tiadeciaat.- that a new i..t.I moiHl a Form of Government to ..........i .1. 1. P7iWe to n.Uane ne us uo ttonrer inMrnt Isku.mI Tllh PAKI.n EXrOPITION. lu my 'Tw of thr ,ftth of uppli. t destitute arsons thmnsh organization had to he cr4ted Ameri-T' rreparatlons for the representation of the th "fticry ..f the rinv. which have trained oHicIals hae been asl'--neniiniin!er of th mllirarr 'A" m ai:a!n,,t Until That Time. to - other, and defend-!,Hi-- s ! n" t t0 .the 1'h'Jipi.laes 00 "tloiw. at a cost of dlrectfnc an.l executive i.oslVious while tne iMlMriea. arts and produ.t. of the rnltml SiTIr1 ,, .," -- a'nst anj foreign power with - disarmament tlvcs have been chletly cmplovd in mak Ine tVniak?!7r ...J Tlf' lh.at w",n, not VVi.,-,,-.. ,1 Oil II llll-' Word- :s;ositlon ".'"'""rte th- the .sum of p the body of the force. I. "- to niKiF-- nl V " Ms........ m s,UUC . It. - V'.'- -r "s.i la "iW1nest year c.ntlnue on an to in- hPld ,Uar 0,,n- !P. !4Iiy pw,p"' ot or in n V Of tls? rv 4L1.. Mfroni the ,,ar,-v- . " ad compr..henlre e.,ie. thanks toelaiwrate S--'.' " 1"M from .Inthis plan the merit rule has been the sen VL Asked for Porto Klco, Hawaii crotw aiiprqprlatlon mon;- - them but to protect them la their r'ow;or of war and provided br Concress J"M Provhle.1 by the act ..f January .',. lsSm. jr and faithfully applied. yi'iA-ie- r ' lr ,")I0nenfs. and In their rK.i i i tr,"m'"u""s prerogativeMO- in the awl to the frlendlT Interest the thlt P"rP,wand t of the Cuban Jl ' , of .Merchant - seca a,,d rpKous rtchts"; that there fV :f,lIl.t' hVBr lt ,ufti r"',",1-- ' eminent h yhown In fnrthcVlntr a tviHcil 'enne.. during the six months endinp June 0LK 10' 1Al' AltROAD. 'r "0Mi: ANI Xanae Cliai,-.- , In Our l'liiunulul should recommend at thh V.!k uo doubt as to the naramnnnr desirabie . I.Sftl. S1.T1J01120 was v,r,-t.- i - iIIVl(.1K. exhibit f - av.av aovera-mer,!:r7."1,k" .ni,1 ?naI form "thorlty there, on the 17th of August Law. Xeedea-O- ur Thonzli 1'ncrto Ubs and the lMiillnnin itation. .::!. o 1.70 for charities and hos Upomatic Subject to the Island?. When peace shall pitalp. a:d to the distil- hold a UlHervnt relation ti the 1..11..1li ' .i decided that "there must be uo joint treaty with Spain,exehanpe of our llpeace '; mte. and SW.!tlin.1 U V,K be hi t e (iwm.nv tv of Tru.t .the states, jih tor eonvenience of Julmlnist r:iJndieial l'itev-.,nr-the ti. a rollne Inlands by ."." " with the insurgents"; that and of .bvcrameat ,'r,nstr,1't a ' IM"Ml Mates nmt preserve the peace payins .ui.-courts of Cuba and lion tho same principle of autonom-iuSi .''""-"- . nae iieen re- -- Spain has lMei etatdi-tii- I'uertoas Kir, an,j bv srstem ns been extended an them ,f .rt.i.. s ' I""Ie't and iosta,',' pcacc mnlntnin swW,w. iBnuraiK'fs l1,rs"s and propertv within the .? to proided the German rnvwrnmn tliaf he treaty of peace d 'r aml In thc ,,h,,iP- v their military and To th' Senate and Ilouse of neprenta- - ceivett from of T,e Cuban iNditica'l devtilouutent of the postal serUce in' allThe i t"rr,,,"rv of th riffhts American mlsslon.irie; nnd prisoners In Spaui-- h nenal stations have tin. Islands has been rapid and successful forces; that the lifurzeuts and all lives; L'ntH Conpreas s!n.tl .... UIIIIIV t "... Miimu At the threshold of yoer 5ellberaUa- von traders there nil! he considerately ob- - iteen ami are , iieinc reieaed and .turued It has moved forward on American lines' "Tarrs ,n,,Ht ''frnhse the military oecu-wlt- a .,,,. ered. .''J'-"sslo- n - homes-of Its will. I shtill Pa,,ou nd authontv of the Initetl States. delivery, i would to tbei.u ""norlty are called to mourn with your cmmirvm R Appro- - i .. ....ffce . .....1 I nionev order and. reitls' . A ......i-...!.. l4ltl rt - f "'loner i. I. vited In me by the ConA..IA i l,.l.. t.... - .!.... IM muri recommend lillo e gnen the j.. otic in- il trv the death of ,.e lTesWent Hotert.'who I'liOGRKSS ix ADJCSTIXG TIIK CANA l4iii- .i.i"i.MMni iu " oi'i.vre tne cis- - stitution and the mrjv to uphold the sii.n. and cent ion Artii le 7 of tin- tre-ipassed from this life .f vin ). i nas than commanderIn in M.i:'-- rion of that event, the jovcrelgnty of the statutes States In those with facilities fir sn-.i- cr ant! more tbt. nmils of niA.V IlffXlAtt- - DISITTK. - ! f I'aititl Spirtn. by which the lulled Mn;, asstinsl any the bate h,.ureed to restore enioved. last. IliK sr.-a- t It is peace ami Jl ..ul islands. Hs in all other places where to tnr last annu traii'i'iiiln i . ami to undertake the eternal peace, uu priate life ware.ts In the pending ueroti-.Moi- il mesCe I referred to the payment of icrtiin eii.uis f,,r uidem-mt- thus not only a vital :in.-- of 'imUsM ial "o-"- pure I put at the of (social and business ii. for its eitien- .'jralnst Sp.sln government dispiwal -with ii,,or-- establishment .iTo-- da ' netii-en- t Uritaln v.. i,t :in ni.ib-- whi-- h s,..ii;, iii, puoiie career was u resp.-- -t to the Paninion of "" in In the Turkish I mpire the situation of .int ittfl'iC!i-the fullest seeuritv for means which the army and nary all the ;l l!v y e cap.j1ty tain uis.inui-u.Hbe.-lUty lar-of Congress llMMlls of an the true s,,int nin..i.,. unsat our he people ito iuii.iiij aim rtlti-o- motives. He ha Inch commission ins cen crc nt forl.it.'t cti iti7ens remains firtv isfactry. briny inraiidine ofadministration. and ih;ra- - r of life ll and propertyMeremlier. after tho trnot. protoketl have provided to eaus. this and the Ulst of years to n..rts during American t hid mra remo.efl Trf!i f hirh ofli nl.i. U h and wasteful Insurrection im to .it. .ilx.tit a i intention of n itur.ilizatl.tn seem ' rr't. - it..iiijik to. L.u.1.1 ..ki.. ; ro s,., ,,,.,. "i'l signe.l. T'le e, inander of the forces cease. j.erp.v. ,.r ad,M., j all unsettied .ines-ti,,,-, im- 1- 1honored atsd 1iir d. but h ehar! oi the mn.d Sl,ite u.n Instructet "to aHsouuce t T' Our acter. nis icot n t . duty hi- - I, fv tv .f has never waved over ant com n - tweHe s,,'..ets. amau.I t'aii.ld.l wem- to '. on the brink ofoftlnal failure thro'-.-h- . .row t"' " .' l ne m tti.- most .!poii.-u'm-l- i ,..,! manner, the lt:oiii:in V IH:i7M-- e at:d u e virtues but I,. MU with u l u.,.ve the Fill l we eome. n.-- .is iiitaders and con-c- - iiiumty wilt in i '"!' "UcsU,.,s ..f iefl.se of the :lleil fur ''" tb.- co.im and tl.intlsn'-u- ,.,1hi: ,J., .,,),, ,.., pm.w as a prbl--m-- i . i. oon r. cognise ti,.. ' ..;- r ' . rs. but as friends to nrnt.t t,.. o t)lt iz i TnrkisU Millets naturaiied abroad ft .,.,, ,.1 . inland six..tii The I'lfty ....s et in Its ' cirt of iH.ii-.i- ,, n it 111 I Hell " Aiauii no ij da rv. the tr.nisit ..f iters . ti oll in their emid ymeits. mer sin : e .si;7 w i. n;rj ..ii.iwHie ji.rney to their shores. ountry In a '1 their p's, il and religious rights " in I...,,.!, tji,. .i.;, V. s arbttrarv tcatrient in M,m.- Instances r is. ,N,r : condition of u s.r. -- f uulv- -' tin- "1st ,.( .: mi.trj- I anuoiincetl mv II TC'lIK Go KKXMKXT OK TIIK HA- ., f Ai.'iic.di "!. - iiKius " t ilnns in Turkev h."s at - f,.-- , n trnii1, re al will a ' vv te. ii tion of i.isp:t, !'Uig to Manila a cim me aim-- ' isien eipreerv in nn ii i'n- .s.m ' iia.t, IS1.AXIS. ; respe-titiill ,i;i t .,;. ,.f i.iie. not.ib v In reirard wittK-- s : ..1,!. m in relations : ' e :.) m ; li iilsbip 'on compos .1 f Ihrei geutb-me....... m i i. j emuarrassirn-n- t i a tno'-in tb- - :.4ministm-Mo- n no ' "; .:eat 'e liijune.ns !,v rlit re cit. In ibis ee of reto rr of eicry covern-.-eisr..f thr d , Itai o.vurre.1 t.T reason Our I'd; r r and dis'ni' n. f the iHtlllar th..rI'ofitmastt'r duett rrts .f the Ixiund.i . ii if i. it f r tl-- intiTir10 ;...- nave neen ste nnsliii, i:,:l, to j of tonie et 11. t 1,1.en. ii'1' se a sr.item. com men s:i.. It ic,iuai:'ie. tti-whi. the Increase t;i I. 1. the Orient, who In statuoccupy h uud.-- Ilanaiian Isi,.,,u at tres;-etwr. i. s uenieii , ii ii,,. iiifai.e.. ,if a.d crott ;i volume and . !v"-Th i im:"lafii.n ttif!, Adu.ir.il the joint resolution of ih lavt I. n er and nnd ep rts 1 ski: ii. f. mi. r m Tin- vi:m:i ki.ax ' otttflde of th co'lte'l.. pi; ;,: s of the, j) , I r vv-- h .a r st so, '11 iiis ringed t.: annexation approval Jnir 7. lv.. Whib 'r. General otis. w ..IS ,,f the ' ' l)'-, r the .0 - his- - r '." vi ir l '.v:i by a y tuat resolution the Kepubln!l poi m.i:y '''l-.'- ID u ..id tl e ad, Illtate the in .st huiuii-- .,"d effeetite t ' tb.- prii il"g. ..f Hawaii 't .' of 111: "t of Our ext.trts ' : ls;, is an independent nation was cxMaeuisbed by se it . "si. 'lsuui id" ..ti. t! The Int. b. h:i.iigl..f Whe'i t d s. as that if this unissiosi f Arhlr is! ip - r - up more f.in a f. .'!.d s ..ii.t . and its separate sovereignty d.'strov-- il aPd its w to s.inie. with the le the r. .I. n, ,,), an on n in .periv r. jrossj Il f ts exp rts omilt" 1 isi ls7 property and posei,n vete,i u, the t'nl- It lav Tie I..',.. Mlu.porls .CiI ii'spe lei ;t line betwi lie:. of a wise a e v bl '1 if .sh 11 c sre ., ..j. j ' d States, ye.' a -- mplete pr. t, ',.. i, .,f !if,. and piom-rt- andto th- 1. in lvT.. ' ;.m in-- i ., lhe . of an.! Hi Is The falll in bmnd Iost.il deficit trhlle the ep.. ts i.,.r efl : r.r its government nnder ourestalfHahmeut V per it-i- i elniljli .. urn v whlc,, 1" as to f, lieu- ttoiiid 'lave been nth bifaiits." rij ,.f A' '!.'-- ' ii ..s svru wa- tno-- e than in "!v7' b U'hile the .1 foai,d i elll ; ,! rit effe,te.l. While - He .tl of till" eel e Mi en K' s !s t!. -- -,t 'cform Pius suggested, lu s iteration treaty of peace was under eon- - the islands, not e, the municipal laws of ap.".cirv of th. I S s to s.lljjv I'.e ' - of trio r.s, master General. ' !x ..tid in the Sen it ". these CommU ' il t' .. for the 1.. arblt r i i:ri.un. ..'-- . ' '". 'iierr '. s tt rd. as wants f its ou : r treaties and not inconsistent fulti! Intent n t ' 1. ,, .da V Sll ..l i.. ,d Us', ,j ll'l "MIlloUs onlv iot tli tiost.ll servlt e at sift'ers set out on th. Ir iniss,,,n nt f.ws.t ..u'l with the eiii !!iv xve.i as to . to those of ihe will and liberation. 'int resolution .,r contrary to the CorsiI- bv the . t s. toft to both J' i'l b.isjs, but would he s .;V... ' scif of other nations. TUt.oU of the United Srstsi ar- ... Itur ti'fire their arrival ' ,, ..r i.., i : tt mila the it refl, ;lt te ,t " 'ii...,. ut'd" go r ;u'l .:re.it aid tt hi. Ii its 'e llllprm, merits-. AO i;np rt itantrn. rem: in ui forci yet thexe lawt i il: ii ihds. rs ,.f the The ut,,f, oiUllotl fand I coinii.ond ''"' 'il "et to the onsld ' sinister sambition of a nw li siill t' it ner.-i-l financial ie,,:te only t. th.- siH'tal and Filipin of s; n !'. ' tr pro had creat-- d a sit.- f.n full i.f I'l.Mhis '( c.istro. ifer ')'!!.. i.irv - j, geiMHiil In cration ot tne i ..f m forxruv .ni.nrs of the islti.ds. and do n.t touch Hi tie- Il for ns and most tin 1..- id f I vnn C..t .ss. ialiie.1 In UH.Jl r Gorertimeat receipt, from all .nre.s r il Is 1ms 1, .1 v.ivt, Us co.iseipienci s to themselves IKIIMl il'jetl iitii.i in 'j'1 mi he t ed t.poii. n is h ip.-at'1' t.T aid .id' an are The inr :ny liroaib-- ts ,,f importance nltb-the tfs,vi year a j me Bint n Jni o0. KKi in the riitif ;ttItl clear rtnd Intpirll.i! ' lie.mti. nal character nd s"v- oijs ;iH t r. port of :," anb ''k-t i o v it 11: t !isi,b-- ip. !.. M bulk of tin- nrmv hlch CHJ' ieacv i s w t'11, !i ,..... ,.f thf. , . .ii other Sll7TK.ti4 14 parr . h.,r.-it-' . the Commissi. mrs which 1 transmit here "lie TH a'tt ;v t is of detail tu. hiug the-in 'ti fresideilt -t ; r ,ad ir l: tril lstTh tin? island ami of the fed is lot none of nith. gitcs so lucid and empr l! st ahli., cut A" lr:d" tv!:. re General terlted flla' e,i ,. ., id deli '.Ha,.,. ipts r ii government ' paiiantrv in 1" r ,1 the nisiory ru.t a, pro. ,s, ,r, '!..; of gn eminent. . sfgaaliaet! its I.m!'.:, 'i tion which pa--has movementot the p .nMeal .'il u "n:irv .. tuc it sointiofi of annexation the Fres ' ts.8 ?!' -- se ,11 thov. f r .m lMt.rtid' -sr'ori .us Apart t!:if the tory need not b- - re iiisj. .in,) tht represent- s 'I! oil' s. sroTiui; ut tt a r'-p Ie III Its ear'v uml rep.at,.,. it i was directed to appoint live Coramls T l';i r.l Tor tl,e :ls..:1i j,r the a.- -s to mt tint tie our other att I'lo lis ;, n if i ...it. ml into dlnlo- - (The nation hfi :Utb nelrh- - matic ; ; j s ..'ib-ei' re.-I. m- shown claim of the rebe! b ,(1.h(' 1. ir;, leatin. a i.'iers. to .,,,,,-.- . niimend to C..n .. -at 'tis tli.it he n..s ...-.- . f. f!o sf fie n.l.v .: the "oth iff Nuttmber. later achieveun n's im a Ed ready , ,. m " ! peculiar adapt. itii, fo. the te; forma nee ,,f promised Independeti' e bv iitiv officer of the 1. uing tne is'..r .i,.,; a they It ':i tt dlscufsion of 1K. ile.-tieiii-ut.;,,. .. vli. v estn; . botiM ana !. stvr,.. rT ,f I'nlfed t i.l. .! or tf-Tlie re- urifhe vast and lfiiIMi:i:ciAl. 11 r.ATii:- - t.osi:i Dru- - new has Imposed .'iies tt in. h our recent has not States in riturn for his assistance t1' i war fa.-tt'.e n. pis for tho I'ii-tof the I'oiiirulss'j.vti vj, t f.seal v. found tio:i mate Ti '. aid is citegorl-callof Till I nil. xi mates nsmitfeil . i i Hi: doU'-'cM ' IN'G J;44 !I."iV ' . uJCre-!tt,iH.r ., u It ran not be Tint Congress will ' t'tloll ' denied bv the err tvi'ies-e- s 't it h (Jr.- it Ilrlt.i.n. who to Congress on but the 1 t bill stiil awaits nnal aition' pi T.-prove t he , : .ijipr.ipi rj ; "l s. t ,,'i of t'.ie t.'.nfT net. n- - at once make - ss,:v t.rosioii f,.r the tteie c.illid to hoped if. The most the di'- es in.' The people of these K!..;,.t $1,1 "i it at m ,,, provide .r.rnjiW plate for the (.,. iiotv ur.Ter con ent leader T.'vt.5:!i tiii: i:.i:i:s , o t ed tit M :',. 11 J. lea when he came to .s.i,, "Rfltled to I n m.it'js l ?5h uKiifcift. Manila wis 'he liberation ..f the islands the lieiienrs and privi'.-.- s t i d thjt the !v f r oini'ie:. il treat! s. vihith sbonl.l tract nnd building. Cons-l-tu 'i's ..',t ha et! a n a i he is. : xe-- ,r ;,ai,-enact ' n.)ed i :. .TO. 1" the sjnnish ...ntrol vtbi.'h ther had tmn. It is m.tnifest'T bv the t rh rt'.incrsnccess.irv mito!, .,je. iii tle;i.,i t :l fioin l:,l.'ri!ig !,!.:.; ,,nd also Hv In ii.' ..n '.leb, ll'l ' I'll! r V e I.teruil roei.i as nit ,:, v . possible. for years nithouf sticcesa to act snail ne pass-:. st were .1 f, (b!e the mlng nieni be. n o(T. I'M" '. 'lined b tb.- Senate wnnin no years iviay I'.oe- tit '! s. J ;.',..:t .s.ll.l.H,lfl .1 erecting these i.slands Inn. .t iudb'i.il d'j Ofto make contracts erlv in the , f rcejpror-I-if s f A' renr throw W" tilt. C.'titet .us it' md faith i v ipi.tlitv itnt cm be of for the :it.niilntmMit .. .! to 'r IV prompt accomplishment of this work trtct. r.t'itv'r have be. ;s signed ilmi" : tlie Congres-sion-- (for armv In the P' of at ot ' of ! :it..ii';ing ' obtaii-isbv the Auieiicin army and nnw gave him fudge and other prope- - otB. rs a,.d methods Tr si'rv i this loiirtrv for the Iiv th i th it on ! 1 :ii s not of recess Great I'.fJtain for the Obi l lire, i on Ther id-ind Missouri, er-eel. '. r 1. lSrl th. that tb" irntsioi ' and ambitions, .ir.d insitliotis if procedure in apfrellafe .sh lui-in- , st.,.. five colonies of Krttis'i Guiana. ItrII. d tali. ' III .,nt Cl's s Z sled th it sti.ge.tli.ns from varb.-ilJslrO was of tho hi- .1 p t1 It-to iptarters 74t.: Herinr.d 7.anofI bulb ..ii :uThe .!, b.sxe ;!. re! wi.i;M t 'ie hope el buioi'S. Islands i.'in! . m.il.-.- i and Turk's and Prlro act. of March 2 per ton limltiu the ; e.l ii,.. put poses and intentions withpervert that the government ..f - this new c,r,-'- i ' territory under ti;.- fedenl armor to WoO . rni.s In sold t. i Iw revoked. i a cos . f ',v which tvi'U vtecssioii republic of of tution shall be fully defiue.1 and prnrM- -1 tlons if n:id nhich prct d: iiiip 'i i.irn rc.ip'.KMI convfu-tioi- i Tin: n:xsiox isoi.ls ni:cuEAsixG hex had taken ep amis. the Aiiieii.-r.that w..r inig'at be s,,......r bid our irrnv captured Man for. . oat the .. g Tim hue tiNiasln g.'d into . also b cnticlr.d.d with France t. es Hllit 'l .. li hie 'in- Arg- - n 'irie Oa the rjoth of June. JSW. the tension II. i than the I'illpiao forces ties.-more general ne. .ttid iMuiik n- - eyits are gia' . to as- AI.VSKA IV Xri:i OF HrTTTFR T.AWS. 1!,.- li'Ti.J St.1 Tcs i:nl with di i pre A net essity f.,r 1'iiuie.liate legislative retiotv ai'ttost entirely 'I he In that el:; i.r he-- e refers to the interest roll of the ('tilted Stnte numlrea !!!.."19. sume an attitude of suspicion and hfstilitT senii'iti- :il 1'letolli m.k fA y ii. - f",-j- ,j the pensioners of our of Alaska. The to li.it ail h,.ijti' Auic-111 iHl "'est s tiken in the iiitertiatlo-aa- l Fnion of Amer-1--.I- ' These in hide all our wars of the nrmv which the utmost efforts dis,:rm officers anil lief existsin in th" UXIST-1XMAIVTAINING In population by Immigration dwr-nor inmUfv. The number triv.ps were unable to !' publics, and stiiti-- that all the re and '"'l le-- ji teil i.v 'Ih:- - i.:i-- , GOLD STAXIAKI. added to the rolls dnrins- - the vear mis 10.-, Their kindness and the past few vars. c.tl..t,..nt Hii .111 were taken f.lV t.lsk in t ien of the Jl.s.ijie publics of SoiiiH and Central Auierb-- are tf.'l. The iniinber dropped by reason 1 ttrrently of as n proof of cowardice The aggressions The dtseiivery ..f g.bl. has produced nch a, that, to support the de,!.iraMoii of nth Itritish and U..t-- tu now represent and saya that, as noue of i death, tenia ' difi. l is calls for more anir..e fuaHUllesi .. im minors limita- - of the Kiliidnos iu.m.'Iv Jistinr gold standuni and to maintain "th- - ihorities th-i- t the pi and propertv the members liave given notice of with tb li. jo IT..1 J"-- f self i Injust tun.- fit bv the. lor to claim Wlth'n three tear-.- . t" ' in of trie (ii..v,.n. aeitirding t. .. the tor.... Its main of the two ..four i Hiens shi.ui I I,., Jlltr no Li.L. 'r .ins'f- - Tn !.. .. is. i "lb! i;iliMii - ,ri'''' - r liiijiinririiiiiiiii.r.i-i-i-';- jjji jj ,! s.l,t.ministration. leao .s chumJ W ovhiiMinr prfparfii in power of every dollar at all timvc Ih tfce a:VJvt5 .,.n.k..f -- . rt.... iihiw-- u u- There Is fu nr itwuirfuitin,, .I.i,..'-t.. . 4 lll& was ... ...i.cfnn nnrt of V1"T nf .eCOLM U7.077 were 11. i ta. non. '' rne. widen made allm along the American - .Tovernmentpractical!- - no organized eform no ar k l rMS......1..... .....s new..S.. i,.,KSl..i. !.IJ nnrket nnd in the payment of del?, the 'fl'relv In:crest in ihe The-:i lstjftd led or which i, for dcstrncfsecnnar' of the Treasury he riven pensions. in 1 OJlgress. f.. pass gnT" niiu'iaii, to Hawaii, t.nani and the Phil- Th l ti mount .1.- - ... tive and sanguinary repulse .f tin Insur law. no able lines ,.f ,vU,,.h ...,.,.,. rJBM,..,i,v the first ... jrower nnd charged "with the duty to !..!. tor uurniu i ini,,,l'r,w',onI American onfereiwe. luit ... rwas arinv ,11111f um i jieii.sioii.swas Sl.tVil.4iUvear gents. was the unhappy condition of affairs dithcultymatter how local or trivial, and the se'! I'nited States bonds and t einplar such ,?I ..wJllV.J.l.VM"lS,V.i.7J.!f-ill- r of conveying to the Congress Sl.'V.'l..'r.M.O.ilI.Or. 'nils "?" nnally settled, and others which hate since less thau the sum ofwhichappropriation. DI which confronted our Commissioners on adequate conception and understanding an other elective means as may be neceairv of the n see,,, ImjHrtance. It Would T 'h"" " to theo ends. The authority should the varlou. needs their arrival had The f?r.S,iniU various - republics constl-- ! recent Grand Arinv of the I'vpuhlic. at Its with the hopein ofManila. They pence come ferent communltb-- s ofIsthe people In the dif-I that the power to sell lionds on iong and int.. easiltr uuderstoo.1. establishing national encampment, tl J. ?.?. ?.. !" . 'tiitinc the union should Ih- invited te hold. adelphia, has brought to my held at Phil- order. What they actually found can and see no reason why a more complete form ritort time, as coiiaitioas may require, and be hot:ld provide for a rate of interest lower Itions of niv special messarr of Fehmarv 10 at an early date, miother conference In the to that of the Congress the attention and liest set forth lu their own words: of territorial organization should not b wisdom and thntj that fixed by the act of January 14. ISW.I. concerning the ' capital of one of the coniariea other than peplorable as war is. the one In which provided. justice of a modification of the third ee of a cable to I nitiil states, which has already en- tion of the net of June 'J7. I6.), which pro- - we are now engaged was unavoidable by us. The President here cites the temporarr 1r... While there Is now no commercial I fright whhh withdraws gold from the Gov- Manila. respectfully It.Invite attentli to It. JL' p" lm honor I tws.miiti.nil that, vides pinslons for the widows of oillcers w, e were attacked i,v a bold, adventurous government which was provided for the case ll,a Cougrus" ernment. bnt on the contrary, such wide- should not take measures to bring about i:i:SUI.TS OF FKACi: COXFKKKXCF. armv. No alternative wai Territory of Louisiana in l0o. and recomand enlisted men who served ninetv davs am! enthu-iasti- c spread contidence that gold seeks "' Treas-ttry- . this result by direction of tee Government. mends the same legislation for Alaska. Ir. resjMuise to the Invitation of His Ma- - or more during the War of the I : obeli Sou. left to us except Ignominious retreat. demanding paper money In ?; .hange; tin- - ltuiaster General be authorized to ' jeaty the Kuiperor of Uiissla. delegates from ' and were honorably dUcharged. provided as to Tin; fltus:i: government "It is not to be conceived that anv Ameritwenty six countries were assembled at 'tnat sum widows are without otner means can would have sanctioned the surrender RECOMMITXDS Di:nLOlMF.XT OF Till: invite competitive nids ror tne estaidi-b- of roirro itico. I recommend that legislation to the same uient of a caSde: the company making the 'The Hague on the 1Mb. of Mar, a members of support than their dallv labor, and were of Manila to the Insurgents. Our obligaMi:i:cn.XT maiiixi:. Ivest responsible bid to be awarded the con- - of a conference In the Interest of peace, married to the soldier, sailor or marine, on tions to other nations and to the friendly end be had with reference to the governThe value of an American merchant ma- tract; the successful company to give ample The seemed to be opportune for aceonnt of whose service they claim pen- Fil.pinos and to ourselves and our Hag de- ment of Porto Uieo. The time is ripe for rine to the extension of our commercial ionus to secure tne completion of the work the serious consideration of a plan for the sion. prior to tne date ot tne act. Tlie manded that force should be met bv force. the adoption of a temnorarv form of govwithin a reasonable time. pa itic adjustment of international differ- present holding of the department Is that Whatever the future of tne Philippines ernment for this Island, and manv suggestrade and the strengthening of our . - !,",'J'", .1.1 upon the s,t.a invites the immediate action i.t " i. ' ' " " ir the widow s income, aside from her da.ly may be. there N no course open to us. now tions made with reference to Alaska are ap" "' .1. .t. .wiinimii deer.lv inti.nsit.,1 for mnnr lalKir. does not exceed In amount wliat her except th" prosecution of the war. until plicable to Porto Uieo. le have f Congress. Our national development will l.l.sl. 1.UV bh HI. I. tnuriii'ver TO years, $!r. per annum, the lusnrgents are reduced to submission. The sy.tem of civil jurisprudence now and a denude project for a permn- - pension would be. le onesided and unntifactorv so ag as ai.kiii.a jmo riii.M.iri.i;. she be deemed to be without other Th commission is of the opinion that adopted by the people of this Island is disthe remarkable growth of our inland IndusClaims growing out of the nelzure of ,1,,,u International tribunal was included In meanTtould support of than her daily labor, and there has bee,, no time since the destruc- covered by competent lawyers, who are fa tries unaccoiimanied bv progress American sealing vessels in Bering Sen tlu' Instructions to the delegates of the by on the seas. There 1 no lack "of legislahave been under discussion with the go- v- Uultod States. Tlie final act if the eonfer--- would be entitled to a spension under this- tion of tla? Spanish squadron to Admiral miliar with it. as thoroughly modern ami withdraw sclent itle. eo far ns it relate- - to matters o tion wlileh simll give to the country mari- ernmeut of Ituesta for several veas with once Includes conventions upon the amellor- net. wiiiie ir the widow lneme. mdepend- Power, witen it was pccsiMe time strength commensurate with Its . . . tQ Aiioii oi tne iaw s aim vnsioiiis oi war on ent of the . amount received . br her as the our forces from tne islands, either with International business, trade, production the recent hanuv result of an i achleremenrs and with lf rank suhiai; tnein to the dccUion of a single ar- - laud, the adaptation to maritime warfare result or her dally lalvor. does exceed in nonor to ourselves or wun saiety to tne and social and private rlnhts In general. pension would he. he inhabitants." mong the nations of the earth. We shall lutrator. iiv mis act itussia a fiords proof of the principles of the Geneva Conven- - amount what her The cities ot the islands art-- governed unThe course thus clearly indicated has der charters which probably require very fail to realize our opportunities, however. of her adherence to the Itcneiicont nrln- - tion of ISO! and the extension of judicial would not he pensIouaMe under the act. Ilittle or no change. So that", with relation If we complacentlr regard only matter at ' Hple of arbitration which her plenipoten- methods to International cases. The con am advised bv the Commissioner of Pen- - been uninneningiy pursued.put down. The rebellion amount of the Bome. and blind ourselves to the noei-sittiaries conspicuously favored at The Hague vention for the pacific settlement of inter- si, ms that the title to pension income al- ' government can must bbe thoroughly Civil to matters of Iocsil concern and pr!vat not rlght. it Is not probable that much If any would be of fecuri'ig onr share in the valuable carrr-la- disarmament conference, when It was advo- - na tioual conflicts emlstdle the leading fea- lowed before legislation Is desirable; but with reference has varied whb Jv under different ad- - lUlied until onler Is restored. With a trade of the world. nlfh such cated br the of the United ture-, of the American plan,necessary by of the Pension Odice. as well ' votion and gallantry worthr of its most to public administration and the relation the lions as were rendered States. A CIIATTi:!: OX THH TKI'PTS. ad- - brilliant history, the army, ably and loyally government, great diversity islands interests rep- as during different periods of SjETTL.FMi:.'T op TIIK SAMOAX resented by the of views . andThe four titles ministration, and hns been the the same lust assisted by the navv. has carried on this of theare many to the federal are of pressComliluations of capital organ lied Into TIIK cause of deleg.iti-sthere matters which ' ,sfitnr.tt1r trusts to conrrol the onditions of trade unwelcome nut most righteous campaign ing urgency. It must be Irorne L. mind i of the contention provide for the malute-nane- e Jv "..triti .ti uo.l ..-!..!.. i.i. .it... among our citizen, to still" competition. A satisfactory V.TKST10X. v. Although that since the cession Porto Itico has been deserved With the approval of the Secretary of the with of general peace, the exercise of good arrangemi nt as concluded in-- ' limit production and determine the nriee between Hie governments of Germ-n- r ree-depled the principal markets she had long Interior, their operations have and ofltces nnd mediation, the foruvttlou of com- otiimeuds the Commissionerto of Pensions prne- -j termptisl and checked been a somewhat . of produces ued and eonRumwl bv the bv ralnv fteas',,1 enjoyed, and our tariffs have !eeii continthat, in order make the of l.glaad. by virtue of n'aih Uugland re- missions of iii.tutv and international arbi- tli-are lustly provoking public dicnion. at all times uniform, and to do jus-- , of unusval violence and duration, thee have ued against her products as when she va tration. The provision for arbitration conof and should early claim the uttojitiou of the tired from Samoa in view andtin- .oinpeiisa-tion- templates the formation of a permanent tiee to the dependent widows, th" amount gained ground ste.idllr in every direction, under Spaulsh sovereignty. in other directions, both powers ongrr It is favor of I'nited states all tribunal lieforo which disputed cases may of income allowed, independent o the pro-- . and now Iok forward confidently to a island, desirable that the government of tht is one giving rle to tnanv di- renounced in anil claimsthe er and in respect be brought for settlement by the mutual ceeils of her dally lalior. houid be not less speedy completion of their task. The and the law of Itelligercnt right, their rights vergent t iews ns to the nature ami variety to that jtortion of tin- group It ii.g to : and he urges that the The unfavorable circumstances connectnow maintained through the executive deconsent of iMr annum the case. I t.e tl.e litigants in a separate than or ctise and extent of the injuries j the eat of the 171st degree of west o;:gJtud Congress shall so amend the act as to per- - ed with an active campaign have not been partment, should be superseded by an adadvantages of such eiiob-natlr- s finblsc v hieii mar result from triltiin.il over impromptu commissions ,,f ar. mit the Pension fOlee to grant pensionable permitted to Interfere with the equallv im-- - ministration entirely civil in Its nature. concentrating more or less; numer- embracing the islands of Tutuila. fro. itiiraiion are coioiMted to he tne actual ex- stain-- to widons under the terms of the imrtant work of reconstruction. A notable' For present purposes I recommend that and Mai.ua. ous cj,t the establlsh-and establishments winch as June 27. law for the istence of ti iiun,M'tont court, prep-ireiact to thi: ixii:im:xifxcp. op cuija. administer iusiit-e- the greater cc.tnoinv to ' third section of the from oftho proceeds1S0. ' beginning ahas been made Inin the Island of- Congress p.tss a government, organization government previ.i"sT.y to the formation of the combinawhirse income aside of ment of of a temiionry which shall sagdeserving of speeial con- provide for the ippointment by the Presition carried on separatelr. Mr annual m b'st year nas neceslabor. Is not In exivss of S2..0 imt an- - Negro, which is from a well devised system, aad the ne-that combina- sarily devoted in great part in a consldera-t- i aeciil.'iUl ttisl judicial skill a't'i' e.peiience num. I believe this This was the lirst island to Ive a simple act of sideratlon. It is nlter?ally dent, subject to eontirniatiort "bv the Sen-at.n of the Spanish war ! "f th" eept American sovereignty. Its people un-- ; tions which engross or control the market it which such a tribunal tv u.d so..,, possess. jnstlce, and heartily recommend It. of a government and such other otllcers Ur.i-- l i!m- of a:iv Turtieii'.ar kind of merchandise or wrought and on.iiti..ns it nnnosed for ' I hits interprefetl. the eouveftein for the TWELFTH CENSUS NOW UXoEU WAY. reservedly proclaimed allegiance to the as the general administration of the island I am gratit'-n- l States, and adopted a constitution may reoulre. and that for legislative the ftture. to announce that pneitic settleiitenf of intern ttion ,1 conflict comr.iodifv isv'srr jo the renrral In accordance with lr act of Congress ted r I.Hi'.Ing to the establishment of a popn'ar me v stippreslttg natural and friendly mar he rcarded as rcnixiug the earnest approved oi peace nas on subjects of n local nature, not X, lsvji. the preliminary ; ,Vrrn,non March Jt W.!S impossible to guar.m partaking of a federal character, a legisja. TPpetitlnH. whi reby ;rlces are tin the two powers, pffect desire of a great nuroltcr of Atuerb-iciti- in tonneetlon with the twelfth ceno It s ,ee to the given to its mosl imtt .ttant provi duly f'ttncod to the general consumer, are iilsti.-,-- . of Xegros that the civustl whose deep sense composed petrtly of Porto expressed nork ibrioirtjs not only to the common law. but siors. tin- ovaciiatlou of Puerto Un-- having in numerous resolutions of id memorials has su. in now fully undc- way. The Ulcers tntion so adopt ed should be the ultimat. tive council, partly of citizens of the United a, Means , !,..-.- . rt ouired for the iiroiier administration of form of government. Such a question, ua States, and a.-oinpiishcd on oetoU-- Is. ls'is. urged them to lalmr for this noli!,- iich'ievo- - The also to Hie public welfare. There must Ik shall lie nominated and appointed duties remedy for the evils involve.! in wi'h 'liie niThrlravta! from tuba was effected ' . The general character of thv con- - I. Lulia... .1 imponetla. hate been selected. ..It ,jer the treaty with Spain, aud in aceonl '".' the President, subject to eontimtntion ...Ill !.. ir..irili ...-.." ' ns. If th pretient law can b- - ex- . bv the tltst of January, so th.-.-t the full re vent inn n! remit- ig..,l bv the delegates of 0,;:," h"V be ":Z '"r. . . ? ..,. iu ",, i..i excinsiveiv wiimn tne iiirisoic.1011 w 01 ou-e ...... the Senate, - their acts o-to im subject ..-to ,,.,,.,..... -' UI. f.n nd the relin more than twentv sove- - Igu states further stabl'shuient of p TViMih'enr . tended more certainly to control or cheek ' i "' .,,ns,i. of e,intwis d Th,. government actnallv set up bv prior to going into effect. In tne .s...... sr(WS tcrriforv held by u- - in trust for the commends It to the favorable action of the IterttiPis to nattoual progress. monopolies or trusts. It should be these municiSen-itKESHUVATIOX OF FOKKST I.AXP.S. ilonp without delay. Whatever power the inhabitants, luaintainivg. under the dl-the Inhabitants of Xegros eventually palities and other Ionil I rec- of the Unititi States whose ru-'lion of the Kxecntivo. such government and ' cation it still awaits, Congress possesses over thlw most imporProtection of the national forests, inau- - ' proved unsatisfactory to the natives them ominend that the principle of local seir- guaiUd by the Department of the Interior Ives. A new system was put Into force bv government be applied at once. control .... ....' tant su'ifect should be proin'rtly aaeertaimvl order, therein as should conserve public In 1M7, has been continued during the past order of the major general commanding restore the productive conditions of and asserted. WHY CIVIL SERVICE OUPEIt WAS i:i:gimi:xts. year, and much has been accomplished in the department. bv the Instability Fnlted States of peace tso long distnrlM-The prosecution bv the 1SS-great- j Since my last annual u, the way of preventing forest tires and the which prct nihil and disorder 0 The President gives all detail! connected the offenses; under the net of has tteen ige. and In of May T. 1501.. exThe -of April protection of timber. There are now large with the new system of government of tendingexecutive order the classified service. esorted to lu the Federal C.urts. er partupof the preceding thru decades, and obedience to the acts of Congi-esthe limits of tranipill development of the 22 and 1'G. is'.is, the remaining volunteer tracts covered by forests which will eveut- - Xegro. which was put ln force. that and notable fforts in the restraint of inter- bulid brought within of force eulisted for the Spanish war. ou'st- - ually be reserved and set nuart for forest domestic state whereby alone can be The authoritii- - of the Sulu Islands have service law and the ojreratlon all ofthe civilstate commerce, such ns the Trans-HS(nithe exrules nearly uses. Until that can be done. Congress accepted tne suieeasion or tne high pur rose, as proclaimed In mg or the regulars and llO.ntC v..bin ' nlted FrelrhT Association and the Joint Trrt.ll" previously Cou-- , teers, with over .".0(10 voluntti r nfflcers. has shonld Increase tu' appropriations for the rights of Spalu. and onr Hag :'".Ive civil service not States to the Association, liax-- been successfully oppose! the joint resolution adopted bv the gress on the p.nh of April. lPS. by which been discharged from the militarv service. won; of the torest.s. floats over that territory. ..5 and sui'p-esse- d. Some of the inclusions ...wen- - found- wiiollr the United States disclaimed any disposi- Of the volunteers. (W7 otJJcer and H.tl AGUICL 1'UItAL PEPAKTMEXT DOIXG States will give full protection III l III Mil" ! in. """re question Is so Important nnd .t, tnirt- "f th ....,1 ....... v. ..... I'- lllo..l'll .111. sovereignty, tan in case any foreign nation should at- several departments. U After ..v the Philippines, and of It will tion or intention to GOOD WOKIv. that I am sure no part phase of It jurisdiction or ontrolexercise Cuba, except men were serving in who were over tempt to Impose niNiii him. The United eration It became evident that considl.ii.tO of the regulars entitled to be lightlv onidered. but every Ue Department of Agriculture Is eon- States will not sell the Island of Jolo. or will have the studied deliberation of the for the pacitlcation thereof, anil asserted be mustered out after the ratification of staidly consulting the needs of producers any necessary. These amendthe treaty of peace. Thev voluntarllv re-- in all the siates and Territories, u is other Island of the Jolo archipelago to amendments were Congress, ro.ijltiiig In wle and judicious Its determination, when that was seeom-were any foreign nation without the consent of ments dated promulgated by me in executive plished. to leave the government and nm-- i uialtied at the front until their places could May 21). 1MO. action. seeds and "hints of great value, the Sultan. Salaries for the Sultan and his order trol of the lslnj.il to its people. The pledge be tilled by new troops. They were reThe places were comparatively few la on: foi:i:igx i:i:i.ations. contained in this resolution is of the high- turned home r.t the order lu which they and promoting fuller diversification of crops. t associates In the administration of the isl- number. fruits. legumes and vege-- ands have been agreed upon to the amount went to Manila, and are now. all of them, Grains, A review of our relations with foreign est honorable obligation, and must be parts of the iblos All of the amendments had for their main kept. lout of the service and in the ranks of citi-- I United .,ro imported for allencouragement, of S7C0 monthly. iieh reoommenda-if.- i iates .is presented, with satlsfactorv :ul- States. Under .. 1iAtiiei niiiirotiriate. agreement of General Kates was mnde object a more etliclent and of appointments. This nation has assumed before the world i zouship. I recommend that the Congress the sUKar ,)0et, factory this The multiplies In the ministration of the srstem dispute be- - a grave rfponsllity for the future gowl provide a special medal of honor for the North and far West, to the action of the Congress anil as established by the civil service law. boundarv The plants sublcct Ilepubllc and Chile government of Cuba. Y e have accepted n volunteers, regulars, sailors aud marines are sent to the South, and congenial cli- with the reservation that this agreement op- -' Congress tween the" Presented trust, the fulfillment of which calls for on duty In tne Philippines who voluntarily mates are sought for the choice productions Is not to be deemed In any way to give the portunities. to till them come are great I a settled In March last bv the award of great respoa-With existUnit- - the sternest Integrity of purpose and the remained In th service after their terms of the to the consent of the arbitral commission, on which the far East. The hybridizing of frr.it ence of shivery United Statesarchipelago. I sibllltles. The power confided to us tn- -. In the Sulu ea Stmoc Minister at Iluenos Ayres served exercise of the highest wisdom. Th- - new of enlistment bad expired. 1 P.y the act of March 2. lson. Congress trees and grains Is conducted ta the search- communicate these facts to the Congress creases the weight of our obligations to the ' "'i' from the ashes of the J Winnire v'r "'' exacting condipeople, and we must be profoundly sensl-- I armv for varieties adapted to the for Its information and action. ties or needs as we to be able It is S,..IUI.iii. government to announce pRst mustL.tliiiu.i---be bouiid to us pv Ifc nit. gave r.uthorltv to increase Ihe regulir enlist- tion. If ...... i. ...! tint .... .... ... .. .... ... to a io.nxl.nuin not exceeding oa.oOfl Everything Indicates that with the speedy tive of themproblems contemplate the netr Imhas MH.lUrti imioitifhat th fteifinn which confront us.. There Is and grave cat-Bto be assured. Whether ed men. and to enlist a force of Xi.'KI vo- provement a widespread Interest in the the suppression of the Tignlo rebellion, life Aiming only at the public good, welfare the restrictions on the importation of I re- during ties shall is organic or conventional. lunteers to be recruited from the .I....1.H.-.-of our public highways ofatAgri- ... tit..- .tt.jui.i-.aj.i- l S ...III soon mr . .....I. I.-- ,,.- - . rt 11 no,.A.S be eounlrv at present i those ..in n()t ,.,r A .J..T.. interpretation of t ce peo- jy, from the United States, to which and the Department the'regI.y ui uniier mv proieciiou m fav- - , pi..., will and of duty can not fall t3 In-with the people in '"'1'- - ' ,"' and ferred In mv last annual message. P.razll. ' the destinies of Cuba tire in some rightful ; large.army virtue of this authoritv. the num- -- ' culture is irrevocably linked with ular been Increased to has sovereignty, the people of those form and manner A convention of extradition with Sl.!!).t enlisted men and 2.24s; officers. each loealitv in making the best possible - oreu is:auus win en toy a prosperity ami a ii...,.iwU, ni,.as.nrpS .,, the , welfare author- ,., of the . ,..,,t..i. i,.,. and how far Is ber own. but experiaimed Mav 14. 1W. lias been ratified by our the future how determine In the and of new volunteer regiments have been or- roads from "local material and In freedom which they have never before ity of the United Slater and Inure to the lo for tZ 4k Brazilian Legislature. . . known. Already hundreds of schools are common Interest and lasting honor of our Whatever be the jgnnizod aggregating oo.O.V) enlisted men and meutisig with steel tracks. ripeness who The Nicaragua Canal commission, exami- . outcome. of events. see Jo It that 1.7.21 olUcers. THE PIIILIPPIXE QUESTION DISopen and tilled with children. we must , country. Never has this nation had more had lecn engaged upon the work of a name; a per The force now 'SIln Manila consist of '.D5 a CUSSED. The future government of the Philippines abundant caus.- - than during the past year nation and survev for a ship canal routes free Cubn benot reality, not .T1 reirtllnT-.10. On the 10th of December, lsfts. the treaty rests with the Congress ,,f the United hasty experiment bear ntlir'erc ei'titv, God for cross Nicaragua." having completed Its on feit within itself a the elements of failure. officers audof the volunteers. titol making an ag- - of peace between the United States and States. I'i'w graver responsibilities have for thankfulness tofor which manifold rer--' mil lTi.JtsS in- Ings and mercies, we make f.isd made its report, wis dissolved of si"iied. Jt provided among oth- ever been confided to t,s. tinr mission, to accomidlsii which we took- gregate the troops otlb'ers and lo.i'in men. Spain was ii,"t If we accept erent acknowledgment. May 31, and on June 10 a new commission. now under orders shail er things Willi Sniiln should . cede to the them in a spirit worthy of our race and itir - WILLIAM McKINI-KY- . up the wage of battle, is not to be fill- t' When . .. . (Signed.) Canal Commission. ic the adrift any loosely framed reach Manila, the force in the archipelago i niteu states the archlpei.-g-o known as me traditions, a great oppnrtnnitv comes with lSOt. k), araa organized undc the terms of the act Ailed bv turning to face the vicissitudes j will comprise 2.O."! oillcers aud CUSI men. Philippine- that th United States- j them. The Mauds He under ihe shelter of Executive Mansion. December e. commonwealth - .vhii-h , too often attend weai.er states j ! ne muster out oi tue great volunteer armv should pay islands: the sum of twenty mil- our (lag. They are ours bv everv title of - tpproved March o. lsin. tor tne pu."e-to Spain ...... tne ...... .a...... ISIIlIUUS. - T3tnlnln Imi'iiRin . ;.,loy-auized for tue spiuisu war. and the cre lions or dollars, and that the civil rights- ivv- - and equity. Thev- - can not be ahrvn-an- t Cape Towx enjovs a certain tlistinc- nntun,i wealth and abundant re-t'. determining the Bind lira ',"-,.Mew politleni etntns of the native inhabl- ' dotted. If we desert them, leave rm-ition in respect to the heijrht of its on- r offset bv the incongruities of ation of a new armv. the transportation , so nrCs W4 easilde route for a s. ip can. of those en- tants of the territories thus ceded to the at once to anarchy and tinaliy to barbarism. stables. The tailest is feet SJr inches, oresinlsn:iol, :lUd I0 n,.ur- - from Manila to Sen ,,roba,,,e C ke Isthni and the trausnorta Hon I tilted States should be determined bv the We Mug them, a go'd n apple of discord. Irlai occasion for Internal rivalries to sap t!"od to ther essential details. to take their places, have t Congress. The treatv was ratified by the among the rival powers, no one of which while there arc CS others rer six fes ami dissipate presidency of their strength blcas.tig which their energies. of thea new troons P" tkThe commission,. under the , work of great magnitude, well and Senate on the 6th of February, 1S99, and by eou.d permit another to sieUe them uu- in heijrut. can come to been u. wear a .m.riu. jouit . vaii.er. WT tS N. j The grfate.t ' Mh-ntlc. THE MESSAGE. , of 1,Pr Intrusted ro it nSTSilr .TrviS .mex"" h. TRto" " "...inaMons in Nf.nMrPcnrIon"ul routP of fmn, iriU.V.rlf lp,r'',M'rltr' ,wh,'h wi ' ,?.'. 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