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I. II T -- ESTABLISHED 185!). OLDURT NjfiT0:; iAf w: f ".. HICKMAN, W,T()N ::a Award Arrb3 "ESTKRIST . KENTUCKY. VOL, XXXV, NO. 4. TOE OFFICIAL . rfOBMLi. "v t ;J rr i .bb "i KY., DUO. 15, 1899 Local and Personal. VOTE. Vote In ttie Governor's Haco OlHclal n it ' ti 'L mm??!wmrammmm??!?MMit!!?m!!!mmm!!i!W!!im P-. THEY WILL CONTEST. .If in Doubt as t - .- I'iMj what hopurclnM' for B ' -- ChrisHiJias Presents, collie to li clrlfl nre allowed a clinnco ut the 25 Vuch at Buok'a. r TT..I.. fi T.1J fity-- . is visitlug Mra II. T EtnnrROn fBr Ta c yoar Hide. Fum smd Game siiaw &: aiiAW. "Misj Lou ii McGinnis liufl rotnrncd t'uiro. 111 , ufivr hjieudiug several yn mui wi-AloJaoy. . le Ir Announced. The Deteated Democrats Serve Such Notice. . f ... i The official vole for Governor: Tuy'or received 19;lJJ4; Qoojiel lOr.'i.n; Brow n 14 lldO? Uluir 3.U3S; Wallace 2 310; Suhmtiiz 015. , 1 r: Strife and Turmoil to be Kept Up. TZLOK. INAUGURATED. As Uovdrnor tif ' i hikI wijvwill x For the Ladies? i I hclVH ' bbbbbT out 'jU A V7 a.. Jackets, Golf Capes, Jur Capos, ('oUdreftos, . It hndi OS MlHS aiUfe MCll'fc:,. Hells, Combs, Han Tins, !.,! C Purses and Pocket Hooks, A lniiidsmno line' of 01 is? iiud jluil Wniv, 8uitiHj1o' lor Clirisimts kHM. at KaKKU'S ChtMp, too! ii)r Uiiluoy will preach wt tho tdtlioi chnirh Sunday uioriiiUK ut' ijix-LvtryLouy lovitfd. l all an'il see our Ladies Sedaralo WacKlutosti. the new est nu'd nvCell- iafinent out, ut Baltzhk & Iodds'. "MihSfd Ida .md Nora Vincent, of u City, who have buon vimtiug iu iimu, uturui'i nonio lomluy. Boys, here Ls vour clmnuo at it KUlii tilled Watch and Chain at Kntucky Handkerchiefs, Gloves, 4 iXrc, . . Linen Table Sets; , Table lot lis, Ivapkins &c. For the Men lies- iMnii - in ' : 9 Just ri'cojvcdjiow nnd InttuKoiiio lint's of Ilainl.- , Im)kt!:iIh, VuiU :ind Strings, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, MufHcrs-- &e. , y We invite an inirctim. ir , L P. & W. S. ELLISON. f lauruaauauuuuaimuuuiuauauiauuaaaiaaaua REAL A rr yT iTP.T,. - THE STEVE STAB Livery and FpiI Mfnbltv ' t ' i Win, S. Taj lor whh iiniugnrnleil " Goernor of Keii'ui'kji on Tues ilay ut 12 in. Oluer .ItiNtife llnzel f ot r'm HilniiniNie'riiii: the omli Bvitj llilnn Ih peiieefnl niiiI 0hw' iiiiriiioliIfMH Tint attendance was , mr i Ihik' hh on former hut this wns attributable Governto the ngly weather. L'u. or BiHilley tnaile bis farewell :i!t Hall, tho beloved wife of Eld. Hpeech, followed I)' Governor t, Hull, ot i'ultou. died. In that'eitv inaugural. Both nlmsday Sympathy Li extended iljusbaiid and family iu their 'great froiiL'ly favored the repeal of the Goebel election low. , Ltidics' Robbers. 85o nt the & Naylok. Jjhoo Store. Bice IS McKIXLEY t()R FREE TRADE ! 'r Uattie Turner, tho III, Buchanan, uud u most worthy A phi" f government for the K JiJUU, Illla Ulf UIUU III W)V!1 U 8IOrU ceolu. Ark,, and will move thero. island of Porto Rico maBt shortly ii the first of tho uowycur. lie considered bv Congress. Porto II. D Lawreuca nnd Mfes Nan- (all, a worthy youurr ilissonri cou- Rico is now ourn to fee simple. :hlc(l iLcniselrecito Hlcktmin, Tues- - Whether It is hh mo eh a part of nuu tru uiiiiira.io ouiy ix)ims ui the United Stntea as Tennessee IBiouy by Juduo II. il. 'Keurby. l or Kentucky Is for grave .with them lHwyerH"to decide. There Bririgthe little lolkato sec the Kid," Iio Rullrt cliuwinp gum is considerable dlvrjfenoe of opin ..Wilson's Book Store. ion cotceroLjig Mt' present status Bryant, for years f'ity Msir' Hiitttlie stntas it is to assume hn P uoiuinljus. Ky , auiLHChool tax' full wlielliVr that of State, a colony s belnnd soinetnlug near absconded, leaviutr wife or ii depeudencv to which in time Qilrpu, hoiuelc83 and peuuiti', fc'Cuuic. Somo think ,hiru iu- - a free gove nment will lie grnnted. itirtiiya-ratioop- The defeated Democratic can didaies for Slate offices, except fjr Governor and Lt. Governor, have pencil notices of contest upon their Republican opponents who were awarded certificates of election. These contests antler ibe law must be heard b) the Bute Election Commissioners assembled; us a contesting Board, or court. The contest for Governor mid Lt. Governor must be made before the State Legislature, if made at all. Under the law a notice ot eight weeks must be given and, therefore, the contests will be ready for trial about February 6, or la the middle of (be session of , Legislature, GROUNDS FOR CONTEST. ' Taylor's r -- t Ik. , vu- book-keen- - a.i f tii. .. u. the notices, are: The grounds or causes of M'tv VUIV. it t ...r,w wf '! ,. fc it - , J 1BGS TixTiic -- . m iu. iwWI kintU; of Ion tfMl'ir til the ftHlhii: of Sif'Il 1imi mill mui tImMi rir liiMir nnd nil in nl nix llllll Olll Hf'iltltll" General t'lllllllllllll'h lining llllll Grocer, llf. INSUNCI3 "0 MflUAi. HliNKI'MI ill I ti t IChhI i,D r prt-hf .IN-SU-- i(m h t K5KN CB I A(;Em .jjSSLiiSStaS: KhIhIC till , fcJBJBTTSTXaE nw i. v v p s rirn'y!, uawu'K c , for hire. .Every hc (lnliou jijvi'ii. Yonr paironliKc n a w'-- r ,-3 J Bolow ui'iHH, Pot-oflU-- nnil opptvslfo B IU lories. --- : A'4?y;iij 1st. That in 20 KpabKMa comities tissue or trauspareai Wl lets were used, and the iqMraV . on the Democratic ticket! J,l printed much smaller than ea 4h Republican, ami that it .wae la- n teiiueu to deceive asa eonipwc; . voterstund did destroy Jlie legaK iy of such tickets. " 2nd. That iu the,poaaty afrjef. The President pointed out the ferson, city of Loahivlll, aBd , i i ij"ajLi 'a i .i be City Bakery la headanar. need of speedy notion concerning cmrnuric, .u. ino wim I'ljiwnev'ii. Rlnnke Itrna . mirt Porto Rico wheu he said iu bis and the votes counted aadtl Morriu'llnu Chocoluten aud inesMiige: suits declared aader'BiiHl riidies. "It must bo borne in mind that inatlou, force knuid.Bouw Kirk.itevo HioV- - since the cession Porto.Elco. constl-tutloug?'.',-ha- - . .1 v rfi .'TifL J- - vJI tiui.ia 1Z ad -.. oteMgMigmmmmmi Sinco, haviuir been honorably jed, on account or physical dls li -- III tHN III Mil- - ,S Illlll I. p il nii lrei iimI to if-u- liickniiiu :inl tlclni nt'i li y iih iIichmi iiiiil ln'fi ntlir, of tui ntniiiu l'i inpiiia itnli. i! liuiiifH In ililn i'i)iin!i, H Mili:iH rHii,(ill(l hi il ei- 11 KH Umi Im- i- hIm-.mI- ; Lift- - I m 'i Powoll Dlook, Clinton Si. ' I nilt imUoi m. OmII him lt't'i' I I U ( li il 'lie - (! In-it-.i- pi.oW l i R. T. MI.KII, BSKBS rr(. ! V. 4. IIOKOUIIK. fff.'l V I. JOM.NMIN. " AN K HIOKMAN Q i A' Of' II. lur ' fr Oti w'.i i, lui fxclmnro wittily and wisely in vour itenn of news thfv are fresh We don't liko to lklvf nn1w4.li tif tit llin nltill ij tnti ed Al death after the widow is married ngaiil, nor the notice of nn entertain lneut when the job work is dono and ttie editor is charged for ' " I olso-wher- tl Kitfoh (liw.,1. of ,A.. v T OLIVER, ? KKNI'UCKY. l' 1 i &c Go EAKISR keeps the choicest lino hrisluiHK CaiuliiF, Ur.iuces, Nuts, , found in the city. Give him a call i Wv a i Rb a 5 k .1 a i- - K. NTIT.. 1 .C5T Blacksmith and Undi rtaker MK'KMAN. ("1 ll" lxiii'thi WhH - 1. Paid Solicit ( l itpiiai SA0.0U.MI I I VIC i: A llll mir !.:. IMI tiiiHJiirHt. D llftllll II IMIOI lis Weofler the iiionI liiiiernl ,. Ai'ooiiiiiindulinii- iltl.OIKI, iliui'-- , vi. 1,.M mo "(li-llllllu hii .Vll nl ti otii OiiMtiiinei h OoiiHiHleiit with BiiuUiiiU Pi incipleh ICtiilllhlicil Itrrp II lull lllir llor'llllnf nr of Undertake r'c Gocds Iio"c(.l, flir fii1 sacks, &e. V C8L. Wo sell more Guitars than any in one ttiso in Hickuiuu. Why?. Because wo make the prico. 3 special bargains for Christinas. Wilson's Book Store ling of the vast cargoes of corn and other freights The endless chain is a jire.it ourioslty to most people iu the rapid liamlllui; of cars loaded with corn ttlkout complete and ready for business It is an immense concern, and well appointed in every respect fof the hand- Tlie new railroul elevator now It. T TY1.BK. P. A. IIOU'OMItK. .1. N'AYLOIt. W .1 M. II W. COWttlLL. W t. .MoCIJTi'.IIICN. I B O T O R. S II. HAll'ZKK tjIlAU. Cunuiio-- i iii.il So't I lllirV mMpIi cm ii liv WhOHiI CiiIIii.k miuI I ' lii.il iii" In i it in"ice tinl m nil1 nil, lit. i' pi iff-- . tin- - J ill. Wgi. b p in-H-r i I Mr. fc Jorgcflliansscr & in tlio locil Used to Worry Cash Eook ri AT.nrn ' M fl pupw uuln t Some of you who think you arc well up in spolliiiK, just trv to spell the words iu this little sentence: "It is agreeable to witness tho unparalleled testacy of two liur.escd peddlers en deavjriiig to gauge the symmotry of two peeled pours " lto.ul it over to your tn mis and seo how many of them can spell every word correctly. The sou- teuci contains in.my of the real puz or tliu spelling book. Here - UectiiM' liis tiilvei'tieM'iiitfMt Splendid Soli'i'tion of NEW BOOKS, didn't draw a erowd Mem Id iillriirt atteiilion Mote and iielp liim to sell goods. to his NOW HE DON'T WORRY 'Ii? liti- lii'&t-rnt- STATIONERY, NOTIONS, County Jndiro Htr.un Kearby was to day in tlio interest or tlie county health board to take somo steps to isolate the negro family, one of whom has tho small pox, says the Fulton Leader of Friday. It was agreed that tho expeiiso of the quarantine should bo borne equally between tho city aud county. Tlio family will bo removed from towti aud isolated this afternoon. No fears tiro expressed of tho disease spreading. fori s have been oniitfiiued againsl her pmdiifls as when she was mi der Sp nisli sovereiffiiiy. The markets in Spaimire closed toher products except upon terms to whirh the commerce of all iinuonn is htihjeoteil. The islmid of Cuba, which used to buy her cuttle and tobacco without customs duties, now imposes the same duties up on these products as fioui auv other country entering her ports. She has, thernf. re, lost her free intercourse wild Spain and (Julia it limit any compensating bene fits in the market. II er coffee was little known and not in use by our people, in d therefore there was no deiuanil here for this one of her chief products, Our p aiu duty is to nboli h all customs tur It's liei ween the Unileil Stales and Porto Ivico nnd uive her products free aeuess to our market 8." Our dutj is plain enough regarding Porto Rico and the United States, bui how about Porto Rico and foreign countries! Shall it be the 'open door" iu Porto Rico or the same Chinese wall tariff we have in this country f Concerning the Philippines, the Government has taken pains to iiiinouuce that the "open di'Or" will pr vail. There will bo no tar iff charges in die Philippines. If no tariff chartreg in the Philippines why any in Porto Rico t Must there be one tariff' law for our pos ses ions iu the Atlantic and an other concerning them in the Pa v les aud voting precfiicts, In1 par nance of a corrupt conspiracy by Republican leaders, large same of money were expended for the purpose of bribing, corrupting and influencing the electors of the 11 State. 4th. That U. S. Marshals and Deputy .Marshals were present at many precincts and voting places tor the purpose of intimidating voters and deterring citizens from voting. oth. That in the counties of Jefferson, Knox and Lewis, offi cers of election were compelled mandatory injuncby unlawful tions to sign false returns aud Iraudulaut certificates of election. THE REPUBLICAN SIDE. The Repub.ican side will contend: 1. That they were elected on a fair count, aud on the face ot tho returns. 2 That their election was declared by Democratic precinct, county and State officers, and that these ofiiu) ra so declared becanse the facts and the law compelled them to do so, aud not because of fear or favor. 3. That if tissue or transparent ballots were used in the Republican counties named, that the same kind of tickets were need iu many counties giving Democratic ma- ciiicf &t See Buchanan's Cost , e Hcmiine lie found that he win iret lilty Call and see our Stock. cliock lull d sujeHlioiix, tlie lies! that arc ap. the coiuitrv in hi line in newhpapci-.-pearing over lor tiling up. to date. n dollar and that with their help it ir, ui";ic play to iuIa which lill the hill to u " l'." You can do the Mary Bi:ui:ndks All lines. Send a dollar to b'siine. iiiln, Every Prices on Shoes and Uats. A Salvatiou Army artist wrote on a bill board iu tlamiug letters a foot high : -What Shall I do to bo Saved?" A patent mediciuo ileud happened along aud seeing a chanco to make a hit, answered tho question by painting beneath, tho following advico: "Tuo Miner's Little Liver Pills." Bye and byo tho holy paint shnger, observing tho sacri. ligious work ot the worldly advisor, proceeded to place a third liuo on tho board directly beneath tho second ono, inscniung : "And Treparo to Moot Thy nr-nui- it Co. AH SUPPLY BUREAU, 8 Devoiii-hi- n EL E. Bartlett, ) (Saroi'H(ir to Wm. UlestplliriiiL St., ltoom K , nOSTON, MASS. iikalkh in DU. S. HICKMAN, Ullice over X30."tis't, fe .ioyin ,,. o DAVIDS(iN II. 1?. . REMLEY, . FuiHJY UlUKMANj ihSv- - jlroeerics ami uoum KEMU II MI. flf Attorney-aL-Law- jg& KEN.UCKY. Provisions, I? . I !." IvUNTUOKY OfUoo nu. Uolcombo Build- - ..., 'HICKMAN w r, uuwgurt" I IS ... )vil Storo. Will pr.iuliuo in all Courts of the State, leicpnone . iilenoe, No oir&',, r.. LililililililililililililiM. - n in ur ..Jn' ililililililililililililililililililililililililililBL. 4i,i..M..h iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK n iHiiKtiii - ?upjLska isilililililiMj.?;- ,H nunl to the 3ec lnteilor. Governor states the ,. ... i,.... e biii nun 4. That no money was used by It was a thrilliug escapo that Charles them ur with their kuowledge and Davis of bowerston, O., lately hail from consent to bribe or corruptly ina frightful death. For two vears a fluence voters. lung trouble coustuutly grew worse 5. That the Governor did not dio of Cou uutil it seemed ho must use the soldiers to interfere with sumption. Then ho beguu tho uso of Dr Kiug's Now Discovery, and lutoly the elections on election day, but wroto : "It gave instant relief and ef- io protect property, the lives of fected a permanent euro." Such won- citizens, &c. That if Jefferson derful cures have for 25 years, proven county that gave Tailor a majorits power to cure all Throat, Ohest and Lung troubles. Prico 50cts and $1.00. ity is thrown out, so ought KenEvery bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles ton that gave Goebel a majority, free at all drug stores. for the militia was present at both places. Tllli Democratic papers that A commission, appointed by have been howling for Dewey to be made a candidate for the pres- the Planters and Farmers' Assoidency will perhaps let up since ciation of Cuba, called on the he has said su positively that he President lust week and asked hoped MuKinley would bp renom- that he provide for the establish inated and again eleoti d, thus ineut of an agricultural batik at planing himself in the Republican Havana with branches iu the column. Dewey had a wise head principal cities of the Island, so when he lefiiHed to run, especial that money uould be easily obtainl,V when he intimated I hat because ed by the planters on crop and be nns a iiiimiI hero was no rea laud security. Later, the commissou why he would make a good sion eoiifeired with Secretary president. GHge of the Treasury Department. so-ve- Just Saved Ills Life. jorities. H4 r HBH The Hickman Courier TAYLOR GETS IT. OEOnOK WAHUEN. Publisher. WHAT CONGRESS IS He "Willi Ills Una SnrrriuK Cumii CnptuF I)ct.nfe In tin' limine on the Hut Utile- lliiplne DC Ciwreni-TiaiwH-ler- t in Itoeuy Mnn? Ret 1 Afttr nuineroii! Imiibrcndlh cscniicn and ".. IVi.'l,,, l..,,,n,n. Illirt V Of milii ..... null I) tl.rillinir mlvMltliriK. .till, ."l1,wt I'XnlOI,. B r - WZ1 HICKMAN. yAJ-AiAAAAJXO.J4XXJiJ.- t t KENTUCKY His Certificate of Election Sljrned by Mr Two Election Commissioners. Kor f 4 -- ji nprcnTmno LllULk. x-- yi i qqo JS s I Sun. f Mon. Tue. I Wad. Thur.l Frl. Sat. I' I'niletl One tue Time- - HHnr of the Ahit. lllttorly Ctintotiteil (i liber mi tor III I CuiiiiiilK" In (lie Stute. 1 r 41 10 11 2 5 12 13 14 8 Tit 7 If J7 18 19 20 21 22 23 f J5'J6t .t f it 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 TTTTTTTTT'rTHTTTTTTT'T CURRENT TOPICS. Japan will open 21 new ports to foreign commerce. Hawaii Is complaining of n heavy influx of Chinese. Tiikrk are 74 gold mining companie" In the Transvaal. Fiianck receive SOTO, 000 a vcar from taxes on bicycles. Morocco has an army of 40,u0o men fairly well trained. Nkvv Yor.K has 12 times as many churches ns llerlin. As mam as 4,000 dates have been gathered from a Maple palm. Nkw England cities may unite to help lloston improve its harbor. of the population of the world speaks the Chinese language. The word Ulblc means simply book, but it is now confined to the Book of O.nk-thui- d Books. street accidents of London amount to about 3,500 a year nearly The ten a day. Tiik treaty for the partition of the fiamoan islands has been signed at Washington. The cultivation of fruit trees along the highways of franco is being extended each year. Fnurr wrapped In brown paper will stand 15 degrees more of cold than if cot thus protected. OVKit 13, people went through Yellowstone Park this season, breaking the record by 3,000. Fou every million inhabitants in Russia there ae only ten newspapers and journals of all sorts. Contracts have been let for a wireless telegraph system to connect the islands of the Hawaiian group. English business men In Paris are ooing boycotted because of England's talk of boycotting the exposition. Rlntkd houses are unknown in Jet- more, Kan. House is occupied Ifctfasjbr iits owner. The town has about S75 ! KVntfcaBSSMEJLi-6"2a rooms UT"or tiiovatican-Pope Leo has reserved only three a small sitting room, a little dining room and a bedroom. In the Sandwich islands the beauty of women is measured by their height. Mils. Gladstone own three acres in Niagara. This piece of land is now worth S3 000. The speed of a carrier pigeon in calm weather is J, 00 yards a minute. With a brisk wind prevailing and blowing In the direction of its flight a pigeon has been known to make 1,000 yards minute. Not only are Mrs. Langtry and John Ilaro coming to America to fill theatrical engagements, but a strong influence is at work to induce lieerbohin Tree to present a series of Shnkapear-ca- n productions here next autumn. Electricity is being practically and most economically used in the manufacture of glass in Germany. Small portable crucibles are used and the plants arc placed near streams where water power Is available instead of near coal supplies. Dan Godfret, on his return to London from his American tour with his band, is quoted as saying: "We played lots of good music, but what Americans really want is catchy tunes with e air would nearly ti swing. A tear down the house." The czar of Russia probably owns a greater quantity of china than any person in the world. He has the china belonging to nil the Russian rulers as far back as Catherine tho Great- - It is stored in an immense closet in the Winter palcce at St. Petersburg. If the reports of the criminal courts of tho state of New York may be taken as an index, it is safe to say that crime is on the decrease in the United States In 1607 there were 4,523 convicts, as against only 3,507 in lb'JS. Tills shows n. decrease of 050, or over 20 per cent. Shoes can bo quickly laced by the use of a new attachment, comprising a pair of slotted ribs carried by tho edges or the upper, with headed studs set in tho slots to slide freely, with a lacing attached to the studs to draw the edges of tho upper together as the studs are raised. A handv tablet for telephones has been patented by an Ohio man, comprising a reel suspended in two brackets at the edge of tho battery box, a roll of paper being, placed on the reel and held smooth across the top for writing, with a sharp metal strip to sever the sheet nf tcr use. There are no textile mills of nny lm partancc in the Transvaal, and, in consequence, large quantities of cottons and woolens have to be imported for domestic use. Adkluert F. IIay, son of the secretary of state, has been appointed consul of Pretoria. Consul Macrura, who hat been begging for permission to come home, will be allowed to leave at once. The most curious place in tho world is tho Alhambra, in Spain. It was originally a fortress, so great in extent as to be capable of holding 40,000 men. It was begun in 1248 and finish(K-- j a n,w rag-tim- plurality, 2.3S3. Tho operation which ended, for the time being nt lenst, the bitterly fought gubernatorial contest, was conducted In the simplest milliner. The majority opinion of Commissioners Pryor and Kills mid the minority opinion of Commissioner Povnt7, which were published Saturday morning wore not read, ns was the original intention. The three commissioners walked first to the ollice-o- f the clerk of the state supreme court, whore they tiled two opinions. They then passed Into the ofllcc of the secretary of state. Clerk Chennult of tho hoard of commissioners read the Jlgures showing that the republican candidates for ollices on the state ticket had received the largest number of totes mid then certificates of election were signed nt once, that of Mr. Taylor being first on the list. There were only 14 people In the room nt the time, mid of this number only two were there ns idle spectators. There was no crowd around the building nnd no interest manifested in the work save by those engaged in it and thoso who stood looking on. The certificates as soon as signed were tiled with the secretary of stnte nml certificates will he issued to the elected men nt once by Gov llradley. Lnto Friday night, when the decision had gone forth to the public, Ellis, upon whose Commissioner shoulders the greatest part of the work of prepnring the opinion had fallen, discussed the matter freely. 'This has been n haid thing for me," he said, his eyes iiiflnmed by loss of sleep nnd the heavy lines In his face bearing eloquent witness to the truth of his statement. 'It has been a hard thing for nil of us. I wish, however, that nil the people of the country knew how nobly Judge Pryor has acted in this matter, nnd how conscientiously he has ilono what he considered his duty, lie is a great, man, one of the greatest, in my opinion, that Kentucky linn ever produced, nnd I nm sine his conduct in this case of hisJonir and 'lionornblo CJlfSrnlrubllli3'llrtcrf Speaking for myself," continued Mr. Kills, "I say frankly I did not like to do this thing, but under the law and the evidence there is nothing else I can do, and be nn honest man. Why, I waB an original Goebel man. 1 was a Goebel man long before he received the nomination, and I am n Goebel man now. I can go beyond that and say t am a Goebel partisan. I have nlvvnys been a partisan in politics, n rank partisan, and it would give me greater pleasure than I can express to be able to declare for the democrats in this thing, but I can't do it. 'lhe proceedings before the board were so overwhelmingly In favor o? the republicans and they had so much ine best of the arguments that it is almost idle to discuss the n flair. There was, to the minds of Judge Pryor nnd myself, only one thing to do, nnd that we have done. I know there nre plenty of men who think that, strong democratic partisan ns 1 have always been, I should have remained a democratic partisan and voted otherwise. How can I do thnt? How can I commit such a rape on my reputation and conscience ns that. ievved from the legal standpoint, which in things like this Is the only standpoint, I hnve done what my conscience and my long career as a lawyer tell me Is right, and I will do otherwise for no man nor upon any consideration." The statements made by Mr. E4Ii have been upheld by his conduct from first to Inst throughout the canvnss. He did all of the questioning of the ntorjieys and seemed nt every stage to be most anxious to obtain the truth impartial to both sides. Mr. Goebel was apparently in the best of humor inter being told that Mr. Taylor's certificate had been signed. Commissioner l'oynt. declined to sign the republican certificates of election, saying thnt he stood by the opinion he had rendered, nnd could not consistently do so. He consented to sign the certificates of the railroad commissioners, however. hns.hoon.-inatliur.nicce Tnjlor, cate ol William S. nylor wns signed by tin election ooinmlsslonerH and he was declared to be tho governor-elec- t of Kentucky. The otlielul figures of the oto filed State Flnley lire: with Secretory -- FrnnMoit, Ky. Doc. 10. At 9:15 Suturdny morning the election corti- 103,714; Goebel, 11)1,331; Tny-ior- 's ed In 1814. tVnnln A Viceroy Ururmlnl. Pekin, Dec. 11. The French government has formnliy demanded the degradation of the viceroy of Canton, because the order to execute the Chinese magistrate, who was responsible for the murder of the French ollicera at Montao, has not been curried out. American Federation of Labor. Detroit, Mich., Dec. 11. Nearly all of the ISO delegates to the American Federation of Labor convention Sunday night presented their credentials nt headquarters. Many unofficial visitors have arrived, among them representatives of the bartenders' union nnd others who desiro to obtain full membership. Lnnilarape Artist Dead. Middletown, Ct., Dec. 11. John A. Sumner, a landscape artist, formerly of St. Louts, died suddenly Sunday, nged 74 years. Manila, Uce. 11. An e headed by the battleship Ore "oj Manila for Sublg Saturday nig "' tufa shtt7JF'-ois reported that tho Filipino fl'luei It AViMMponslliln niauder, (ion. Alejiuulrino, with r thu llrllUh luWntrx to stalT, hns surrendered to fieiu Mc fU--t At the lliiYm. thur, mid there Is nlso n rumor th:7 Alojaiidrlno is at Agullar, suffering Molteho, Ciipu Colony, Dee. 11. from a wound received in n light, be Jen. Gataere left Putter'' Kraal by tween insurgents and bandits, null (tralu for Molteiio, mid then proceedthat lie will be given an opportui ed by forced march 12 inlh'A tow aid to surrender, and will be propi' Isi.i.Mitlw.iir II., li.iil 'Juki men. Ineluil- cured for. nig the .Northumberland Fuslleeis.the Maj. Spence, with a column of ltoynl Irish Rllies and two batteries 32d captured a new In of 'field artillery. gent vutiip, n n uncompleted stn The llrltisli wote unmolested by the hold In the Tassiin district. He was Saturday lloers until the Poor position unexDinalupan nt daybreak .. leached, when u hot lire morning, and iiiprehod 10 miles along the advancing mountain trails, finally encountering pectedly opened upon column. a large band of Insurgents, who re Tim engagement begnf nt 4:15 n. in. treateti alter u unci sKirmisii. 1 At 7 n. in., lifter jMkJirp artillery duhad no losses. Americans t el, the llrltlsh'rifcj; The ure now The records of the trensury of inarching towunPWlteno. Gen. Filipino government, tog found the enemy's position Imer with n quantity of paper mi pregnable. It was linM)(tslhle for the nnd another Nordonfeldt, have ltriUsh infantry to get at the lloers. found nt Mangntnrem, Frere Camp, Natal, Dee; 11 Three Americans, who, with a c h eoiniminieatlon with inissnry sergeant of the 12th inii continues daily. Gen. Schalk-Hurgry, were traveling from San lorn and eoinniandant Louis Uotha to Angeles, left their escort fi nre in command of the Poor forces Inwent jnto tli bush, moment and vesting Ladysinlth. Their horses are they did not return speedily, n so, said to be In poor condition. A heavy was made for them but they ei: report was heard In the direct ion of not be found. They were prol).lh toienso Sunday. Thu s'lUiid was folcaptured by the rebels. lowed by n big cloud of smoke, Tho A mail orderly disappeared bet supposition is that tiiu enemy had Angeles nnd Itamban. He also is blown up the highway bridge. posed to have been captured. The Transviinl government has deA force of 100 Insurgents Sntu1 , cided to consider Mr. Winston Church-Illattacked, near llnliuag, a wagon t captured November 15. who was escorted by 30 men of the lOt between Ksteourt nnd Chivoly, a comfantry. A sharp engagement fi batant ofuccr und to retain him as a ed. The insurgent lost IS klllei has applied nine captured. During the recenlat prisoner. Mr. Churchill to Gen. lluller with a view' of getting tack by the insurgents upon Ybtui, of tin exchnnge. the Filipinos obtained posses-dia- l This lias been n quiet day here. The the plnza nnd of a church in theflrn ter of the town, from wiiiehrthe health of the troops is excellent. Dec. Colony, Sunday, Americans dislodged them. It si ems 10.Moltenn, Cno movements may Gen, thnt the escaped Spaniards obtained be termed Gatacre's In force, iv reconnolsnnee guns ami tougnt with tue Amciwns lis object wns to ascertain the against the insurgents. strength of the position of the lloers who were strongly entrenched along DEPARTMENT STORES, the Ktormberg range. He left Putters kraal shortly after noon SuturJohn Wniinnmnker te.tlflea HJ dny witli a fighting force sllghtlyover IndUKtrlnl Ciintmlnnlon Tl the 4.tK) men. The)' Are lleueflclnl. Leaving Molteno nt 0 last evening Washington, Dec. 11. Hon. fchn he ir.nde a memorable nil night march ore over the rocks mid veldt. There was Wnnnmaker Saturday tcstltleu the Industrial commission on tlitpnli- - no sound except a stonily tramp, nnd ject of department stores. He (film theie were no distlnuUh'ng Iik'Hs, ed these stores were beneficial 0 so- the bright miHiit hsvi.ig Kime iixvn ciety, having n substantial econtmlc bout half past eleven. Loudon, Dee. 11. It is hardly too nnd moral basis for their exist re"It is," he continued, 'a iwrnl much to regard (ion (intm-re'ns the uitist seproduct evolved from couditii olMht pulse near StonnlK-rrious defeat llritlsh nnm Iiuvm vet existi as u result of fixed t sustained in the whole campaign. Al- Cheaper cnpitnl, bett er ollluiul udvie.es -- now nut rxilitil linn 'ridvthe YvTres,UineirnIn'xrtfners I nnrt aComeii inKketho'modernTotall st ot!ioor - 17 men were wounded, nlit naturnl nnd useful; there and 50C men iniKxitig. lint it Is evable. "Economy In the expcndlt nW o f ident thnt the worst Is not .vet known. money, time nnd effort mensu. dc- - The proportion of wounded iinil I Hipart merit store success. Just i pro- - ed is so small, when coiepan-- l w ih portion ns these ends nre reaclJ.'d is the missing ulio nre undoubtedly it popular, powerful and prospelous." prisoners in the hands of the Ittii-rs He contended that the effect of that the supplementary list of is awaited with serious misthe creation of these stores had been to reduce retail prices. In support givings. of this statement he asserted that It is nlso feared that there were seupon American dry go oils generally rious losses of guns nnd equipment. The Ilrltish troops who recently octhe retailers percentage of profits has been reduced during the last cupied Arundel nre advancing. They 20 years. This was also true updu hnve had several skirmishes but no Three miles north of woolen, silk mid cotton fabrics. The casualties. total per cent of reduction in price! Arundel they 'found the Doers 2,000 to the consumer could not be Mated, strong. owing to the vnrylng stnndanls of The Pretoria rcjtorts of renewed uunllties and tnste, and Improvements fighting at Modder river originated in manufacture, but Mr. Wnnnmnker from the fact that the llritlsh, with believed that the consumer ttartt the a team of 32 oxen hauled a naval gun entire reduction in the retailers' pro- to the top of a high ridge north of fit. In some articles definite compar- Modder river town, whence they fired isons of prices were made. It could lyddite shells. also he stated, he said, that the proCATTLE QUARANTINE. fits of the great retail store vary from 3 to C per cent on the dollar of The Animal Order Airnliint Texni business done. Fever About lu lie Issued Arizoulnna WmiiI Statehood. More Territory Included. Phoenix, Ariz., Dee. 10. An enthusiastic mass meeting was neld here Washington, Dec. 11. The usual Saturday to start a movement to se- annual quaratluc order against thu cure statehood at the present session srea where the plenetic or southern of congress. Men from nil parts of (Texas) fever exists among cattle, Arizona were in attendance and took will be issued shortly by I lie departpart. Gov. Jf. O. Murphy was elected ment of agriculture, to take e fleet of n committee of 30, which January 1. The order will be substanwill go to Washington early in Jan- tially like that of last 3 ear. The quaruary to advocate statehood. antined area will consist of all of tho states of South Carolina, Georgia, Acquitted of Kiiitiexxlement Clinrjre. Florida, Mlsxihslppl, Alabama, LouisSan Francisco, Dee. U. O. M. iana, Arkansas, Indian Territory und of internal revenue, parts of the states of North Carolina, has been acquitted of the charge of Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma mid Caliembezzlement. This was his third fornia. The boundary lines may ho, n trial. While under Indictment modified slightly later where thu fled uud enlisted as a private in of state nuthoiitles may the nrmy going to ( nha. Wlillo on justify It. way to the Philippines he his lecogniicd mid nrrested. Senator llitywird'M Omaha, Neb., Dee. 11. The fight for . The Canuilliui CuutliiKt-litthe senntorship left vacant by the Orange River, Dee. 11. Half the death of Senator Ilayvvard grows hotmen of tho Canadian contingent hfvo every hour. That either Senator gone forwnrd. Mke thu Australian ter William V. Allen or G. M. Hitchcock, contingent they hnve been put to editor of the Omaha stiff work since their arrival, nnd will bu the successful competitor is have been building sidings, erecting now generally acceded, us the candiplatforms and rendering thu usual dacy of W. II. Thompson, of Grand routine service. They are in excellent Island, was niinouueed too late to bo condition und very ycnlotis. of any moment. A Ten 1'er Cent, Iliilne. Killed III An lliplimlou. Boston, Dec. 0. The executive comCarbonado, Wash,, Dec. 11, An mittee of tho American Woolen Co. voted Friday to make n general In- Thliiy-tvv- took place, in n mini! heie. men nre dead. Two men crease of ten per cent, in wen; rescued nt 5 o'clock Suudny employes. The increase Biifit morning, after being imprisoned In mills in nil sections of Ni ho mine all night. Five men were In- and will benefit 20,000 d udvnnce will take eifec its 1'or .South' A Crleii. Veteran 11. Two shallow Cambridge, nre being McFiirlnnd. kiini for service in First Ui will carry two here flrer una fou dl I tint-ncre. -H- ello-graphic Lady-sinlt- er havr bcHrrrd dvupcpun incurable tire nitim Uhed to find Hint lliere u a vvny to lienll 1. Wiuhlnntc-nDrc Hoitettcr a Stuiniuh Kitten mod fnithfully an nppmil was iniute by Mr Miirmi till) tuaku tlieilltt'e.tiou strong, the bovvila regunic lar, theJIveructive. Tl) it. syinputlU tor uu expression f war with Oram llrllidn. liec-- s in llti-IMasim lllHW'at Hit) I ml which Mi Vlio rtsolutlun n.i.. i.i. anuvrli. uim referred I J luc nm (dad there aro n few hotirit peopla "I lomniltUu on furolKH relations. No other left. Two years ago I eut hov- - around the tmnsiioti'd, mislnes of fmnoituiiro win senate ml- - corner to buy postal nrd. I havo never and at mi early hm.r tho seen the boy to thin day " Join nod mull Tuesday "Vou den t call Hint boy honont? 1 received 1 Inane-Montoo debate oi elicit oil inuThia "Yr. iirl on thoinoriunit 'Dear Sir: nHem (In.). Isuk the currency bill Messrs holllver Mad- la I with tin De Annelid iMol. Overstreet Cho), is your iolal. I stinted in btminwi with ou cave iiu- - ami have prospered. dux (Ua) and McClollan (N V) mail Introduced the petinv speeches. Annum lhe bills Keiuiis" Now. Thanks.' av (111), for tai wore: Mr. Lindner I (lunui. tut Btatc or Ohio, Citt op Toi-kiInsts kink. Mr HIcluiHlnon I ,i niitloim! inllltnrr psrk nt the buttlctjelil Lucvst'otvrr, ( I ). r of Stone river. Tmn.; Mr, Gr-ii- t Frank J. Chcuey makes twith Ith.it he la n."..tunal Unit InnklliU wXlelidiliU partner of the lit in of . .1. Cheney Mr. ilreene ( a I then s Co., doniit Iiiiiiicm in the city of lolcdo. bank currency Minotinccd the dwitli of his oollni;i'' Inn County ami Mute afoimud, and that .nd Isle Itapresottlnt ve llrinrlitroiit. of In in will pay tho sum of One Handled Dob 11111 nt 8.1&. tho house .uliourn lur for each and every rae of ealarrh thnt ed until Tuesday. Hi; I a raiinot I cured by the lUANK J CIILNIA. Cure. Sworn to before me ami subscribed in my COMMANDER W00DfDEAD. presence, thl 0th day V.V.VrU-- ' l) it LI. AM A. 1S.MI. Notary Public. ijjrrtl He linn lint' of l he limit I'oiiiiiiiiii- I lall'a Cafnrrh Cure is taken Inlet nnlly ainll der With Dewey nt the llallle set diteetly on the blood and iimcoiii ur of M it n I la lln). frtiri of the vtrm. Send for trstimoiiialu, flee, F. ,l. CHUNKY L CO., Toledo, O. Hold by dnUBint. 75c Washington, Dee. 13. Commander Halt's Fatally Pill nre the heat. L. P. Wood, U. S. N., died of typhoid fever at his nsliloneo lu this city nt 5 11 lilrnrr. He was o'clock Monday morning. Friend I puen jour father, knoat lu uommniid of the gunboat Petrel at alioiit rapun' e.ttlie a tttirrtodyT hy. ona Fanuer" bun I surn he does. the battle of Manila. calf. tw nf our Slueo his return from Manila to the Puck. cos ha juet had a 0 headed , r In lliti Svliate, tuti where thev had biMrvcd it pouihlc nono to Witt. Irt n like manner, people f vv ho r '" day lnn-svlvuiil- ii, :trtli V Vi United States his health has been broken and he lacked the power h throw 01T the disease which canned his death. The condition of Lieut, llrumby, who wns Dewey's flag lieutenant dur-iu- g thu buttle of Manila bay mid has been attached to his stuff since his return to the United States remain unchanged. Adin. Dewey la not permitted to visit the Hick man. I s liK-tt't- r- - rni ijB lonvrI The Cull. red Kththlls. Washington, Dee. 13. -I- leprescntn-tlvo A Saving. "Dsl vou ave the countliryp White, of North Cnrollna, called vote?' "lie Pat!" "How nt the White House Monday, In com- "No, brgorry that?" naved your rent."- the Hut I pany with T. J. Calloway, who has 1'hiladelptiu North American. Imtii designated to take charge of the exhibit to Ik furnished by prominent toint of view whether It depend on .. nr,..,tr tutu ilio iinl man or tb r wont colored schools of the United State, man who win in a pnio light.- -. Mease Mr. White stated that nn additional Chronicle. appropriation of $30,000 was needed in connection with the exhibit, ninl Winter Tour. SI1011M you deire Infonnation regarding solicited the president's Calitornia, Anions, Tea or Mexico, and to secure It from congress, the lung limit, low rate, tound trip ticket told to prnciul points, the vaneu route lteltillt lull !.! Iliimired. Mwhirli the ticket can be purcbaicd. Spriiiglleld. III., Dec. 13. Gov. Tan- rr regarding one way fint and to honor the ner Moudii.v rl ratrt. throtuh tlreplng ear linen. Pint of tin governor of West Vir- CUm and I'mintl, call upon or aJtlrrm W. It Neimver, Gen Weitern Agent, South--r- a ginia for the surrender of Ellis Glenn, die ( o , 333 CUrk St., tkueagu. W. wanted in West Virginia oil the lit tP. n,ir, l'i in I Agent,O Chamber.1 ComHere. charge of defrauding William Itlehard- - merce H Jg , I iimniiati. , or W l.lhcott Si , lludalo, son, of Parkorsbtirg, and others by rTrir PM Agt , Nt Y forfeit notes. The refusal wits owg Sometime mmiige ought to Is defined "forgery ease lu Illinois ing to the wh still pending 111 the Montgomery a i the art by and .h two peop'e matijge to lire together jet apart - Puck count., oireiit court, HilUboro. The Clneago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Had-wa- y it now runiiinu ohd tralni o' plar leipinu can, dining cam (lervlng meal a day ll rat li iMrte) andChicago cl Calumet, coaclie, Hough to thrvuKh from tun, llaneock and other point in the Cup per Country without change of ran, wilb, direct connection for Man'Uettc, Nrgaunee, from the hhpetiung. etc, and pienger Katt, South and Southwest will find Ibis a. iuol detirable route. agent tell ticket vK All coupon ticket the Chicago, Milwaukee anJ St. Paul Ittil-way. Solid Trains to .lorthrrn lllehlunn, yr iM-on- d Ins-fu- -- s easu-nlitlc- dm. I'oiirnlvr. departure, from Selmstopol Monday of Adm, rounder, eoiniunnder of the French Mediterranean squadron, after his visit to Adm. TyrtolT, Husnimi minister of the navy, was the occasion for Tho nu enthusiastic demonstration. commander of the Russian ltliick Sen licet, accompanied by ninny small craft, escorted Adm. Founder to the outer roads. The Depart lire QWSOkS? f A Dee. 12.-Th- i' The one-na- if Kntcliierr nnd I'lreiiian Injured. Grand Island, Neb., Dee. 12. The west bound Union Pacific passenger train, known ns the Colorado special, was wrecked here nt 4:1.' Monday morning, nnd Engineer Myers and Fireman Murphy seriously injured. Tho wreck wns caused by an open switch, the train running Into a string of freight ears. None of the passengers were injured. Sold Con I nnd Timber l.nnd. Chattanooga, Tenii.. Dec. 13. It Is given out here. Monday on rellnhle authority that J. II. Merrlam mid G. 11. Jariingnn, of this city, have sold acres of coal mid timber lands In Cumberland and Fentress counties, Tcun., to a syndicate of St. Louis mid London capitalists. The price paid is said to be 1350,000. 10,-0- Whole Truth! There's nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. There's nothing so good for a cough as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. chali-iitn- Wei-bur- n, Went Indln Inlnnd Not I'oe Snle. Washington, Dee. 13. The state department authorizes a contradiction of the report thnt the government of Denmark has offered the Danish West India Islands for sale. No coiniuuulca-tweethe two governments since the failure of the negotiations on thnt subject several years ago. u Wei-bur- w-n-s Mellon') I'ronpernii Condition Washington, Dee. 13. -- The governor of New Mexico in Ids annual report estimates the population of the territory at SGO.SOO, ami says this year's roeoid will exceed almost nil former years in the revenue derived from produce, sheep nnd cattle. The report r news the plea for statehood. The rirnt Hiiimv nt Kniiniin I'll). Kansas City, Mo., Dee. 13. The first snow of the season in the southwest has been falling since early Momluy morning. In northwest Missouri thu snow Is three inches deep, while in Kansas it Is inciting us it falls mid is l to growing considered wheat. hcui-l'.cln- et World-Heral- The 35 cent size is just.riglit for n ordinary, everyday cold. The 50 cent size is better for the cough of bronchitis, croup, grip, and hoirscncS3. The dollar size is the best for chronic coughs, as in consumption, chronic bronchitis, asthnu, etc. Df VinUni.' Itnll.n Pill cure llllnit lllnilluK ami Itching llcti-Inre-ll- l'realdrullnl .Nomina Hit mm. VM ' o Washington, Dee. IS. The president Monday nominated Harvey A Kasson, of Akron, ()., to be super- visor for the lit li census district ol Ohio. Tho president nlso transmitted to Ihu seiintu a number of appointments which Here made mid announced during the recess 01 congress. A Skater Drowned. Northflcld, Minn., Dee. IS- .- While skating on Cannon river Monday afternoon, Mark Chamberlain mid Drew Stevens, high school students, brok? through the leu nnd weie di owned. 3 t )l iilmeiit will PILES K nbsorli Urn union, allay ilia a l onru, act lu'.tlco.i-lTiliitunt Pfi'i'rw1 fur smtfuiilniiuf ih(iiirlria I'T At tlriltfSTln' tnnll on reeeltt of pries. SO Onnlt ml Cl.oe. VVlLLIAMi Mk'fl. CO , I'topt , CLEV CUkND, OHIO. I'llr. t ltU aTARTERSlNK Cae'lbetieat, PATENTS for "lnenlor' Primer" and' Protect Your Idea t, frit. At,I'o.. Mllo M. nU.iv.-- EiialUtSii VVmliliiMlon. II. V,. ;!. lranchiCliteiio.ClcYi. Uud.Uvlrolt. UvniuKudciin. Henrt u a.. ra p1 l.toSfl-x- s i , . ;v f t. - .Y i" a ! ( : rv- ra1 BURNEDATTHESTAKE WILL BE RENEWED. The Uppualtlon I Gen. Wfcaelrr'a In the Hob Tuklnir IIU of HeBresentatlvea. i pu a tfeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1. v. i VI 11 tccec'C6CC&frSffrtfrcet6cit5ceC(j'cc-6c&fi- t St urg, Pa., Dec. 9. The Pitts- l baseball club bought the pick EHimhc Loulsvlllo team Friday for a a. Grant Will Move North I lam said to lo $25,000 cash. After GOV. BRADLEY SPEAKS. the Coast, nnd Will Kffrct from Alabama Is to be renewAN OFFICER KILLED. the Pittsburg club Is natinilcd, the Juncture With the Uftth resolu-tloiied. Ilulley, of Tcxns, whose players remaining will go to LouisIlia Flrat l'nlillo Utterance ot tka Infantry Nrar Iba. .Ho is Taken Prom the Custody of tha last year brought out it repdrt ville. It Ih understood that Dreyfuss Dtallrta from Krlenria nntl Enemies Durnliifr iif the Negro Cole-t- un Sheriff and His Deputies by from the Iiouko judiciary commltttee tvlftlhuve nn interest In the Pittsburg Struck Hint A Nntnll Hlo n nt MnyBTllle, Ky. 12, The Manila, Dec. advance an Infuriated Mob. that n military and it congressional At Corbln, Ky. Clarke, of Louisville, will ofllec could not be held nt the same gnr.rd of (Jen. Grant's command unige the 4'ittsburg team. Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 10. Gov. Hrnd-le- y time. lien. Wheeler Is now In tho der M11J. Spcnce arrived nt Olaugnpo, Corbln, Ky., Dec. 11. A riot wns tier the terms Mr. Dreyfus gives Friday gave out his ilrst public and I'hlllpplucHfbutlthaH been understood Sublg bay, during tho night of Sat.A llnp U thrown Ortr IIU 'HB4 II connection with the Louisville started near the passenger depot Satutterance on the burning of the .NeAiarer llrutliwooU WhlU I'lvaillnr urday, December 9, which place was that ho woujd return to take his urday night between Floyd and Ed and becomes of uniniuili'yr It l'tlU About lllin ami occupied with little resistance, tho Ittsburg club. Mr.president wiL' the Cnadwcll nnd City Marshal Elllge gro Coleman at Maysville. This came seat. re Pulllam in reply to an interview by Judge Willing- Hands. Llfhl.lbr Man has over enemy fleeing. Mnj. Spenco hnd an arThe RiTgennt-nt-nrniam with the Louisville club, And Bingham nnd his deputies, Henry and James P. Tarvln, of Covington, criti$i!,000 to the credit of the Alabama duous march over tho mountain trails as been awarded the following play Hartford. Trouble arose over the cising the state authorities, and holdmember, covering Hillary from March from Dinaltipllilnn. Sunday morning ers: Gould, Dowllng, Wilhclm, Chese-r- Chndwells shooting off their guns and ing them responsible for the MaysMaysville, K'y., Doc. 7. Negro Dick Coleman arrived ut 10:30 last to date, but Gen. Wheeler has Baltimore and Oregon nnd a charterMagec, Fox, Deal, Wills, O'Brien, the marshal and hln deputies trying ville mob. The govetJor 1'rldny af"Wedm-wlnmorning uhder ft iipeclal not ashed for the amount, and has ed transport arrived at Ulapgnpo iladlson, Cllngman, Ketchnm, Hoy to make arrests. Hartford chased a ternoon wired Tarvln, asking him if .gourd of deputies Hworn in by the expressed no unwillingness to sign from Manila. The navy was disap- uid J)exter. Pulllam will go to tho man whom he thought was Floyd he had been correctly reported, nnd jdicrllf, including Detective Fltzgor-Aitho certificate usually required of pointed to find tlsftnrmy In posses- lrarlie meeting with Chadwcll 500 yards, both shooting nt team. the following Countable Dnwson, Chief of Po- members in the settlement of their sion of the place, which they had tflie'fj is a reduction in this circuit It each other, nntl which resulted In the received penalty given teply: Colcmnn may "The the A detachment of llen Donovan, nil of tho police force accounts. Considerable sums nrc also hoped to capture. on then he will sell tho players killing of Deputy Marshal Hartford. bo considered just, but the failure of marines, under dipt. Myers, occupied U mil two deputy sheriffs.' When they liuld for MessrB. Campbell (111.), Hartford received one shot through the state authorities to protect him Tie highest bidder. If the arrived ui the court house the) Wero (K'y.), itobblns (l'a.) nnd (Jen. the navy yard at rtlnngnpo, and will lfcjUuc remains intact then the Louis- - toe heart by the mnn he wns pursu- after he was in custody Is wrong, and met by a mob of fully 1,000 people, Wheeler, who nerved In the Inst con- hold and occupy It ns n naval r.tntinu. club will continue .ns a member ing and one through the back from any citizen has a right to criticize it. d Jicndcd byi.luincs I.nnhhrotk, the gress, nnd also In the nrmy, nnd an The yard consists of seven new largo witfi Pulllam ns president and po- - some one who was following him and The fact that he was n Negro, hardly of tho murdered woman, ami tho accounts of the old congress nre buildings nnd some repairing and mawho was assisting In making the ar above a brute, Is only tho mori reamnnagcr. went Inimedlntely up Second streft being closed these latter minis were chinery shops, nil damaged by J he Ikilstille, Ky., Dec. 9. The nn- - rest of the Chndwells. son for protecting him. If your telethrough tlio central portion of the last week luiiivtl back Into tha treas- bombardment of September 23. City Marshal Bingham clinked Ed gram means tight, I have the choico iceinent that President Dreyfuss During the morning of December 10 . dty.to the IdlUfoHoucd by fully ury. made nome sort of a deal with Chadwcll around the corner of Lau- of weapons and choose cannon; you tiiuiiMiiuf of tbo'"cltlr.ciia of this-citthe tuny transported Mnj. Spence'a from the Pittsburr inannccmcnt caused no rel avenue, about 300 yards side street to stay at Frankfort nnd 1 at CovingSTATISTICAL. command from Olaugnpo to the town mid county. 'lrhfM is the first tlmo ton. Plcnse don't send the militln." siirnrvic iu local baseball circles. It depot, und bock on n little y "of Sublg, five miles distant. The anything of thin hind ever happened nnd caught him back of Mr.. The governor, commenting on It, in In Kximrtn iif Uinnesllc Ijfoitiielo wns uewi deserting Sublg as the Isjaof believed here, however, that he The in HiIh city, and tho excitement barber shop. The governor salt): "This dispatch Is characteristic hanijold the best players of the team fur tin .Mo li Hi of .tot enilicr, troops landed ami the latter occutense. All twin done that wuk posslblo Wits wired for part of a militia com- of the man. If the penalty given ColeThey for $25,000, or any other num. Thin Veiir. ' m pied It without resistance. by the licrliTiind his guard to pany located here, but no answer had man by the people was jiist.why ii,.l.vncliing. but In tliu face, of , found the place abandoned by tho ! ITHE ! s ' been received late Saturday night. should Tarvln object? As to his propAPPROPRIATIONS. uch 6 .mob of, people, irrespective, of state-- , retreating enemy, who tired n few Washington, Dec. Everything is quiet here now, but osition to remain in Covington and color, It us useless to attempt to do ment of the exports of domestic shots. The Americans deployed to TotA i:llnintin for the Yrnr Warn further trouble may be expected nt light a gentleman in Frankfort, peranything Mie deliver him up, which products for Xowmbcr of this year, the right mid left the town nnd killed any time. sons who know him will bo astonished fBS,Sr,r,,'S, AKnlimt lll)l,000, was dyne. They grabbed him mid prepared by the bureau of (Statistics, one of tin enemy. Gen. Grant and W IM) tin- - lriceilt:i8; Yenr. It'is learned thnt Floyd Chadwcll to learn he is willing to fight even nt threw u ropiv oxer lilt head, aiid t'obk shows that tliu oxports of brcadstiKTs the remainder of ids command arrivnrrhed from Clay county a few that distance." ed ut Olnnirnpo Sunday afternoon. Ho him up above the city and strung him during Hint month nmouiited to days ago. He has not been cnught up The governor closes his statement Washington, Dec. 9. An analytical up. 'l'he poor wretch could he heard a doorcase of $J. 171,550, as proceeded Monday to Sublg and join comlirison of the cstimatcs'for this to this time, hut the citizens arc out by saying: "As governor I have.done u)ovc the cries of the mob, pleading compared with the corresponding ed Mnj. Spcnce. Gen. Grant will move looking for him, nnd should he be everything in my power to protect for hli life, but the mob only heard month of 1M3; of rattle and hogs," north along the coast and will ef yeailthe appropriations of last year cnught lie will be taken to Williams- human life nntl enforce the lauv If I and liic various increases was Issued the eric of .Mr. nkhbrtok, and tho 51,WC,OaO, it'ecrenRoJ$llb,3l6; protls-lon- feet juncture with the 25th infantry FrltUy by Whitley, and had known, as Judge Tarvln knew, Messrs. Cleaves and Courts, burg, the county seat of vengeance they meted out to him was given a fair trial. decrease, $0i9,0.'lji: under Col. Andrew S. Hurt, who was the 'Jerks of the senate nnd house that this mnn wns about to, be .taken JtiMt the tiling. cotton, $l!fl,3h0.fll( decrease $13,020?- - reported eight miles from Iba Decern The troops ore out, the town has to his death at the hands of a mob, lation committees, respectively. About 230 were at the C. ,fc 0. train 020; mineral oils, $0,102,518, Increase, bur 7. The enemy encountered In been declared under martial law nnd I would not have kept a cowardly siTtiCNilay nighty exjKrctliig .him, but, at $i,3yc,2n8. Oeiu Grant's advance lied to the It s own total estimates this year, there is nn ominous quietude, prevail- lence ns lie did, but would hoiI pro." A; $73S, i3,248, against $G94,00G,4S9 last ing. Any moment mny bring sensahe failed to come they waited for'hlm 'lihe"followngflgiires are for thn 11 mountains and scattered. Gen. Grant tected him. EyersincCi Taryhij was Wi'duirthiy morning. There Jh jio tell- months ended November 30, lS'J'J, as Is not garrisoning the towns he occu- year Tho estimates this year aro tional developments. A mnn nniuetl seized with the insane thought, that $114. pS57S more than the amount ing what would have been done hnd compared with the corresponding pe- pies. No casualties reported iu his the appropriated last year. The Shotwcll was shot Innight, leg during he wtiB vice presidential timber hii command. they succeeded In getting him in jail, riod of last yenr: llreadstulTh, but not friends have kept constatit'Hvnth on the fight Saturday cliielTincrea8es are, army $47,231,929; DeI here A would have undoubtedly Dispatches dnted Concepclon, him. This lnstt effusion Is additional ngitlustc$7,13.0jl; cattle and fortijeations SC;819,030; navy $20,145,-53- dangerously hurt. Imcii scveinl l( III I'd in the nttempt to hogs, $J(i.3M.:00, ngalnst 530,057,815; cember 2, from n press correspondevidence that he Is Irresponsible." iost ofllce $5,143,001; sundry civil A IMk SliortiiKC Alleiccd. ent with the detachment pursuing Menu the Jail door. prowsions, 15'.',G1.02, jigalnsl estimates for The The Hope "Willi .Not fuel". Tli molv!Jrb"(,jolerqan toa ijmnll Williamstown, Ky., Dec. 8. The $1C3,121.(H)0. ngalnst Aguinaldo, huve just reached Mauilu $21,Cfp,777. exceed total totlon the totnl estimated grentest sensation of many days was Lexington, Ky., Dec. 8. The ropo hollow near the railroad Irnclfs, JlMOwas; mineral oils, $3'J,3flO,-lS7by a messenger. The military wires thlajfcar rcYcnjc for 1901 by $71,081,994, but created when It leaked out that the with which .Clarence Williams i to when thry hound him tightly to ij iignlntt 4S,350,701. tin nil lines to the northward nre cut by the natives, or arc counting the sinking fund this excess People's bank of Dry lUtlgc had suf- be hanged at Paris on Monday was mpllng. Then tlioy heaped n joung The grand, total of thtse exports timber was fr,u,(rjn,.uo, against; J0,j0,5i(,235 rr,(w tied with government buinc!j ls'retkced to $18,081,991. hugo pile of brurfh vood-auilfered a shortage in overdraft aggre- ordered by Sheriff, Jicnry Dosworth, when working. According to these gating something near $25,000. Some of this county, for the execution of around him nnd Urcd Unt'sjaok, while for thn mine period in 1S0S. PRODUCTION OF SUGAR. lib) eyes rolled horribly. Some one cutT nth ices, Gen. Young was nt Condon days since Cashier Clarence Evans George A. Portwood, whose death sentence for the murder of liichnrcl Ticm, November U'.t, liming three troops of out bin eyes, and in a moment Jila difd of fever, and nn expert wns APPLIES FOR A PARDON. Ire Crop of Susinr Cnnc nnd head rolled around mid ho wn beto inspect the books with the Purkins was commuted by Gov. Bradthe 3d cavalry, Cunningham's scouta Srnaun Aniounta to lieved to bo dead. above result. Mr. Evans was a man ley to life Imprisonment. The ropo Cliiim A. Illlt MrntriK-ri- t fur the nnd Mnj. March's battalion of t tie 33d uaaaY Thla 8,000,000 . Ton a. t I oloman cab! 13 minutes before ho Infantry. TJie nominal Htrcngth ot 'otftxemplary habits arid reputation. "was Mn utoParlsiJuursdaySBr'' TtUiirilrr of Untlinrlnr tJInit In d h his cominniid had been reduced I Ml I nt .MliiiirnpnlU. The misfortune wns aue to his Inexwait et afire that he hnd nothing in Kentucky Cattle For London. by sickness. The horses wero iigton, Dec. 9. Tho entire perience nnd credulity. Absolem Cariuiy. His deutli was slow, and, .wrltli-in- ,: Lexington, Ky., Dee. 11. One hunIn terrible, nifany, he was hooted Minneapolis, Minn., Dec- 12, Clans worn out mid handicapped by lack croVcT sugar cane nntl beats' forlS99-1- 1 ter, overdrawn about $15,000, is in- dred head of fat cattle of the Herefind glared nt by the rodo standing A. Kllxt, who pleaded guilty to the of shoes. The Infantry, after a march amount to about 8,000,000 solvent. Evans' bondsmen will make ford nnd s breeds, renred mi t!ie edge of the pit Many women murder of Catherine (ilng, in JS9I, of 100 miles from San Jacinto, wero tonal bout the same nmouut as last good the loss. nt Wulnut Hall furro, the estnte of L. . were present. Ho died at 10:30 a. in. and was sentenced for life, Monday shoeless, nnd nil wore livit.g 011 the ...n A a iccording to carefully prepared V. Hnrkuens, the Standard oil magvn r Orilereil To Vncclnnte. '1 he scene wan an awfol one. nnd filed application for a full pardon. country. The troops had no ammu- htatlslics submitted to the state de for Henderson, Ky., Dec. 11. The Illi- nate, have been shipped were, transaround the funeral pyrti wero 10.000 purI'lrst, that he Is not guilty of mur- nition except whntjhhey carried in partment by United States Consul nois Central railroad company hns is- port to London. They maddened people, headed by the their belts. Gen. Anting having then Dicdrlch, ot Matlgeburg, Germany. Of Morris, of Chicago, der or of uny crime. sued nn order compelling nil its em- chased bj Xelson of the dead woman. A dozen Second, thntthe real perpetrator been without communication with this amount the United States uses ployes between Henderson, Ky., nnd for the holiday trade at six cents per torches were applied simultaneously, of the crime was Harry Hayward, Gen. Lawton for 10 days, anil not about The consuls figpound, in round numbers $10,000. g and hiifje toiiiieH of flr nwept up and that the deed had been commit- knowing the disposition of the other ures show thnt so far ns bcel sugar l'rlnceton, Ky., to submit to prevalence of smnll-po- x to the Kootlmll fiiiine nt LonUvltlo. ' nnd around the nonlred wretch. ted before he had any kuoivledge of troops, or whether support wns be- Is concerned, while the best product ut Uniontown, Ky. Many of the Louisville, Dec. 11. The, foot Cilcnin ii'ii Olnir. sent forward, resolved to keep in Kurojtc this jcar Is larger than ing thi crime. Coliuiinn'H, crimo wan n iiiiihI revolt moving. last, perhaps by 250,000 tons, the su- einnloves have refused to obey the ball teams of the Manuel Trailing Third, that he wns drugged when k ins on". He enticed Mrn. Mnry Having receited information that gar extracted amounts to about tho order, nnd ns n consequence were dis- - i,j,.h school nr.d Ihe male hJgli school with said Harry Hayward that charged. Uniontown has been placed Into a nlicd on the pretense of going and would not rubber Saturday, the former night under any cir- Hie Insurgent Gen. Tino, with a thou- Mime, owing to defective sweetness. under strict quarantine. There nre played a by a score of 23 to, 12. Tho knocked cumstances looking nt itonio work, winning sand men, was somewhere to tha The total product of beet sugar is hnte been coerced if it her MMinclcht with a club. He thmi bad not been for the medicine given north, and that. Agulnnldo, with Gen. placed nt 5,300,Ooo tons against 4,947,-03- 0 now 200 casps of smallpox in Posey game was one of the best ever played county, Intl., nnd people nre greatly here. The Manuels have won two out Mpnii of iiKnulted her. She howel Pilar, five women and 400 soldiers of for last year. coiikcIouriichu, and he ran to him by Hjiywnnl. alarmed. of three tames and the chamoiou- Btilncan battalion, wan his faithful bin room, (jot n razor nnd cut her i ship. In the mountains to the cast, Gen. THE PLAGUE SHIP. I.nahlirouk to l.nnr Mnrm lllr. No Action Wiia Tiikrn. throat, Aaln ulie revheil, nnd ho Young decided, on November 30, to Maysville, Ky., Dec. 12. Mr. James Frankfort, Ky., lXc. 8. Gov. BradThe Slayer la Insane.. endrd her mlHory with n blow from lishbrnok Saturday nftemnnn sold divide his force. He proceeded him- Some of Hrr Crw Hrtnnied on the ley has said nothing about the burnFranklin, Ky., Dec. 10. Brooding ax. He jumped on a borne, nnd all his personal effects on his farm self toward Vignn, hoping to nttnek on Vmarl r'rom HalTniiiu Inland ing of Coleman nt Maysville except over the. killing, of two men lias causriding to a field calmly told Ida vic- near this city, he having concluded to Gen. Tino with his handful of men, I'litlrnta Dili iiu Well. mat he would offer a reward if re ed Charles Cavett to become insane. tim's hubaud that come one had give up farming on account of not anil to prevent him joining Aguinalquested by the proper authorities, as ' in a 'quarrel In a resort In October h killed her. New York, Dec. 9. Fifteen of the required by law. lie says no request shot and killed Flannlus Kuiott and being able to live where, his wife met do. Maj. March, with his battalion, He wnH arrcntcd later, and leforo such a horrible fate. He will go to nnd Cunningham's scouts, started crew of toe J. W. Taylor were return- was made of him to send troops to John Dick, jlle is under indictment I.mdihrnnk xuxpected that lie wan tho Cincinnati where he will embark in over the mountains towartls Cervan- ed aboard Hoffman that vessel murderer, he wan put on a train and some kind of business, iih he says it tes, after Aguinaldo, who was report- Island. A bnrge load of from lit along- protect Colcmnn, nntl, on the con- for willful murder. Cavett has been coal trary, he was assured in advauce that sent to the asylum at ITopkinsville. to the Covington jail. No nindo may taken hne the effect of causing him ed to have "been there on November side, ami will be stowed in her bunk- all parties had agreed to let tho law it complete confession of the fleudinh 13 ers n.s soon as the gear is ready. Tho to forget, iu a measure, the horrible 29. This column marched for take its course without any nttempt Seriona ChurKea Aimlnat it Janitor. crime to a 1'ont reporter on IiIh Las-Mr. hours without food. is in very bad shape. Several at mob violence. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 10. Julius Ho in only 20 yearn old, and has deeds of the past three months. The Americans found that the in- ribs are cracked, and the sides of tho Ijishbrook Is now n physical wreck. Crutcher, colored, was arrested on a n pleasant face. Mm. Iaidihrnok wan Uentli of Wllllnni 1). hrmer, surgents had impressed the Igorrotes, ship nre bulging. The discharge of security warrant. He is salif to hnvo lieautlfu), nnd u nnclety favorite ia I.I a h of llorr 1'rlmiiirra. Cynthinnn, Ky., Dec. 3. William been Intimate with Maggie Sexton, a compelling them to dig trenches and the ftrgo continues, nntl the wreckitayvIllo. Washington, Dec. 12, Upon the ap- tt construct pitfalls along the trails, ing uonts nre pumping out the water. Dunlap Frazer, a popular young mar- white girl, nged 13, who was an inplication of the South African repub- which were fearful traveling at the Her stern stnnds well out of water, ried man of this city, died nt 2 mate of the Baptist orphans' home, DEATU OF SENATOR HAYWARD lics, through the medium of the Neth- beht. One 8trenm hntl to be fordetl and the vessel is n danger of break-I- o'clock Thurodoy morning from n of which he was the janitor. It is erlands government, the Hrltisli gov- twrhe times In the course of n mile. l)M I Ivnlaxl to tha two timldhhips. The plague patients complication of diseases. Mr. Frazer also said other girls wero vlcUms. Aflar !! Wt ernment has consented to supply the These inoffensive, stupid creatures, are tloiutr'wcll, and there arc no now was well known in Cincinnati, having Illtlrr outfit, hut I'wtfml ,rar .Mllltln Not Colnsf to Frunkfiirt. lived nt the Gibson house several Doers lists of the llocr prisoners held usually pictured ns bloodthirsty cases. trfr Titklnc UN Lexington, Ky., Dec. 11. The. Kenyears. The deceased was very popucheerfully turned to undo their by the British, and with other proper XeU, Dec A. United information iih to their condition. own work, nnd nctunlly went forag was tucky stnte guard will not be present lar throughout tho state and Wnce Scnle Settled. NmiiurkaCitv. Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 9. After an once traveling salesman for the noted at the inauguration of Gen. Taylor at State Senator Hayward died at "!20 The British government has Intimat- ing for the Americans. The lloco.s reed that it expects the Doer govern- gion Is the richest the Americans idleness of more than six months the Etlgewater Distilling Co., of this Frankfort Tuesdny. Adjt. Geii. Col1 ucMlay inornlnir. lier has decided that owing to the ment will reciprocate when failed up- have entered In the northern cam- window glnss workers of the country plnce. He wan 6U yenrn old and lived In lack of funds it will not be possible paign, The lloeoii are prosperous. In- will go to work December 30. The on in kind. City for IVi years. Althouph a FrelKlit nntl I'naiunRrr Auent. to have the soldiers, as Is usualnt Intelligent nnd more than half civilized. Inst settlement of the scales vns lawyer by profession, ho made Ms Louisville, Ky., Dec. 8. Lucien J. auguration. ' I'lrr In Mniif Koiuory, Aln. ' a lute Friday night. Cutwealth largely through inve&tmentk In Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 12. Kirc Will Deiiiniul An Klulit Hour Dity. ters will receive nn ntlvancc of nbout Irwin, agent of the Cumberland Gap lllx Knemy. Killed was Thursday Pittsburgh, Pa., Dee. 12. Fifteen 6 per cent, nnd land. in Nebraska and ICannas. IIU broke out Monday morning in tho about 0 Despntcli at Chicago, Louisville, Ky., Dec. 11. Houney tho United States fruit store of Cnssimus Dros., in the tratles unions, embracing nil of tho per cent. There were no material appointed general freight and pasto election appear- heart of the city. Dlght members of building trades, with a combined changes in the shop rules and usages. senger ngMit of tho Louisville, Hen- Balden, colored, wns shot und killed senate wis ' bis llrt derson nnd St. Louis railroad, with by John Hangs, also colored, in ance iu .national politic. He was the lire department were injured by membership of 12,000, have decided headquarters in this city, to succeed Finoketown Sunday night. The men governor by I'oyutcr two a gnsolln explosion. Chief Hrowdle to make a demand on January 1, Aannulted Ily Trninim. defeated for had been enemies for some time. Edgar Hill. next, for an eight hour day. The emJeflVrson, Wis., Dec. 9. The entire the late years ago, reducing tho fusion majori- nnd Copt, tirlflln were fatally hurt Hangs has witnesses to prove that nnd I'lpeinnn Hinder wns tseriously in- ployers will be given until April 1 to founty is aroused over a brutal atty from 1H.00O to 3,000. When the last Met n Horrible Dcntli. ' Balden threatened his life. grant tho deimiud. tack nrdo Friday upon John Thoson. legislature was found to bo republican, jured, The Ions of property wan Lexington, Ky., Dec. 10. John Savsmall nnd covered by insurance. living near Golden Lake, nnd age, foreman Queen & Crescent yards, Tiie Arkunnnn Won. , ' a farmer Up I. out nil lr. Hay ward announced bis candidacy ltichmond, Ky., Dec. U. A. II. Hohis siste, who were set upon in their met a horrible death here. He slipped senate, and tho Hlgglnsport, O.. Dec. 12. Cnpt. ,T. (Inr Troops Occupy Sun MIkiicI. for tho United State by two tramps. Miss Thoson's from tin tender of the yard engine well ,of Pine Hluir, Ark., representilght which followed was one of tho Manila, Dee. 12, (Jen. Lawton, with IS. Lyon, rlvernuui, iu n friendly tus- home life is der.palred of. A posse of 100 while switching, nntl two wheels of ing Central university, this city, won bitterest In the history of the state the 33th Infantry nnd four troops of sle with Jesse Love, accidentally men, in chnrgc of the sheriff, nre tlic tender ran across his breast, the intercollegiate deela atory com The long drawn out caucus dead lock the tth cavalry, has occupied Sail M- struck a window pane, cutting hia hunting for the assailants. , test here. frightfully mangling his body. removed, eye so Hint it had to be finally resulted In his election. iguel without a tight. rl.seer Keuoe Aaanulted. Student lite of rVer.t Dr. Wiley Wnnt .Vetv Ohio I'oatiuunterN. .NiuiiIn1i War Prle Sloncy llmvjr Minw'itorm In llulTiilii. Istle, Intl., Dec. 9. John Ke- Lexington, Ky., Xiec. 11. George A. Lexington Ky., Dee. 11. The physiWashington, Dec. 12.- -- The followDec. 0. A heavy Hikkai.o, X. Y.. Wnshlngton, Dec. 12. The United ing fourth-clab- s rrc Haute, an engineer on cians In this city have petltoncd Etlgecomb, Lubec, Me., agetl 24,' a stupostmasters wero ki, was assaulted by an un snowstorm provalled hero all Tuesday, States supreme court Monday decid- commissioned Taylor to reappoint Dr. K. M. dent of the college of the Bible, Ken Monday: Hatsoii accompanied by high winds. Street ed Iu the naval prize money case Paulding county, K. S. McPherj file wns struck witli n Wiley, of Harrodsburg, superintend tucky university, died Suntlay after- al nnd thrown under ent of the Eastern Kentucky lunatic noon nt the Samaritan hospital of ty car tralllo has been delayed. Tho growing out of tho capture of tho Oldham, Guernsey county, wis crushed 011 asylum phoid fever. This is the third death, torm has not ytt Interfered with i'at Spanish Htcainer lluenit Ventura dur-th- e Kush; Sumuntha, Hlgljl jcnl Spanish war, that the condemna- Thomas Fitv.simmnus, from the malady at thUdnsUtution. tlcain roads. Tbr l.eaae llenoweil. tion of the vessel was contrary to the Tliorouituured llccoril Sold. All Actrall Kul for nlrotc. Washington, Dee. 8. The present flody Cut terms of tho president's proclamation reeks lease on the post ofllce nt Ashland, Lexington, Ky., Deo. n,Tlie Thor- liunuNOTON, Vt., Doc. 0. Juila Mar-laKy. Guthrie, proceeds of the sale and ordered the :s Ky., has been renewed to include one oughbred Becord, tho only wtrictly Tabor, tho well knuwn actress, of the vessel to be turned over to Payne, a Louisvll half of adjoining room, to be equip- thoroughbred paper ia America, wan applied Tuesday for a divorce from tho owners. In tho enses of tho ves- man, Month ped with boxen, etc., also heat and sold to J. S. Wallace und W. C. Scott. on th sels Pedro and Outdo, also owned by the licr husband, Robert Tabor, light, at $C00 per annum from March Price private. It .will be. cuuUuue.il severity and Spaniards, the condemnation wiu intolerable on the same lines. I. 1900. tinned. yecPPPareiusai to support Dick Coleman, the Murderer of - Mrs. Lashbrook, Meets a Washington, Deo 12. Tim opposition to (leu. Wlieeler'H taking bis sent Horrible Death. is n member of tho Iiouhd of rcprcscn-tathe- s Advanced Guard Arrived at SoblK Hay, Lust Saturday, TJiW" l vbbbHi) i ported to Have Hold of Their neat I'lny-for Next flenaon. INTERESTING STATE NEWS. a9949934a29a'949S4-99v;,&94- mi 3 itm iua ? S ,2i 3'xJt.l n. ti i .: !,n irv H (r - H mur-der- er o, A d, de-(M- il Col-so- u hus-ban- -- fs cue-m- Bow-cock- 's pre-Mi- nt t ' " ;12-T- ho I 0, s, 11 $12,f-0.,os- ap-pro- p ' . nc-tua- li $210,-i;:j9,0.- rt, 9; $14S,-41?,s3- , con-tinuul- ly , f I cm-ploy- .'?" ISMll t-- one-thir- - Polled-Angu- liu-ba- one-fourt- h. vaccina-tlon.owin- K, I.ah-broo- j ad I nr-rlv- al. el n "t sav-nge- s, "' -ka -- lint-tende- rs 1 Gov.-clc- et w I froujf Iff - -- tm r .A i . J t- - ( tfjwy !& "' HI 'A t the jiickMAN c Wrier, 11 LOCAL faEWS. SSu Everybody wild initio nt UuuVs got elnico ut tho $25 Watch. Kciul llie Holiday lids', and thou to and buy what you want. fjam FnnncN, call with your prodoco at aTE. SHAW'S Bi Store, All the stock has been subscribed for a $150,000 cotton mill at Humboldt, Teuu Buy a doll and get a chauco at Buck's To grown people t seems but few lust Christians, to tho chilweeks rs as uiauy years. dren 'mo nfOhtna 01omI, "heffinuurs, ut Kind's. killing time line 'e s.insugo aud of honor. B;iimt)!K, by tbe The Bmis The Boers are hnr uid it miiHi In. ailinit " far in the war that I Imve been worsted. In slaughter of the British InffTeen terrible. Indeed, all tbe reports we have, come through I3rltlsh oha nels and British defeats may be worse even than nnr &pirta. t'hal Hie British will in the end, there la searcely tjiloubt enausp that greal Uovwhiupm III keep on pnnrii g troorvi over there until the Boers nro' overpowered and can flght no longer. fill Ug. 'riinnWiWille. Tex.. 'mkf. , .,i,i m.nr Jcioo do io doctors Ln Ui,i,ln..fimnn 1i1j1iL'. Til ell Tta i.iiiiwi m ..nt it nft. imt bu cured it with ouo box of Buckleu's Arnica Salve. Guaranteed cure for Piles. S&c a box. Sold by ull druggists. Ueorgo Warr tV. M,r.Tf, u kft' i- - i """ H HICKMAN, FRIDAY, : : : llY., Dto. 15, 1600. Bread IS THE t I The Mormon Roberts. Roberts, the Mormon elect to OniigreM, ia in n bud row, the majority of Cougreas not only lip ing predetermined to expel him, or refute to let him iHke lilo ent. bat now cornea ninny of the Mnr mon lenders who disown him, hiuI mj tliHt he was not elected Goiigresa by their .voiea. , Roberts i h Mnrtnnn ' wives, and three r$ gr op of children, that Moriuonlstn it deai. and thai he, himself, lit drive the rndla in it cot, member of the conatitntim. rention, and jet he refuse ti 03 that bejel livea wilh end ff bis three iree. lie doe boweter, that he mr not deei them, t8l yet ere fur Mud porta tbeaa. STAFF OV LIFE . , . AND TO QKT . . . Killing at lteeltoot. cipr , & Hr -- the ill & See Buchanan's Big Stock of Dress Gauds. All go at Cost. V AMERICANS Pleree, received a telephone message Sal ui day evening from Willi)- Yoang her brother, at Itei-foot Lki, saying be had killed a nejfrn. and Hklng her to nninc Ii is liiipns-l-b- le and help hlin out. jtiNt now io learn the name of llie dm key but Mr. Young states that he had given himself up and felt justified in killing bis mati.-Ful- ton Leader. 1 Mrs. Mlntit Maynard living near 1 GOOD FRESH BREADS 00 TO THE Hew City Mm. i t A Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! 4 llEAOtUAUTlSItH VOX Tropical and Domestic Fruits,- - Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, 8IMPL1 exorucai 1.1KW01 voaajiy cvvvunui Also, 5 aai 10 g &Uaa Ke.g, at Raker's. Jt. COUUi JJc re9ri, Genuine, o faJ&iio&eA LofcisiMia. Moissw; and ai Can Blackburn be Elected? liu .t time rebnke whs merlleif whle.li (ruiHii Lmperor isiMn to administered to theVArneri fan who sought to furll'T bis alld IIS FORS&l jlHEAOQIHRTERS t aud is loe- - plea fur an iinittenne by iff state tneni that hi was a "Gortnm Am I J av' CMEBHV ompletu with a eilcnn." 'I know Americans," lie Em. kU tor the Holi- pernr is said to have sent Inirk his answer. I know Gtiiixim of tho city night in but I doti't know Gerinai) Ameri A K)h, Clear llraln. Your best feelings, your social position or business success depend largely on tho perfect action ot your Stomach and Liver, Dr. Klug's New Life Pills Kivu increased Mreugtu, a keen, clear brain, high ambition A 25 ceut box will make you feel like a now beiug. Sold by all druggists .AFRESH Fn-s- OYSTERS.JLW I y and OELEHY RECEIVED DAILY Oysters served iu any style, and Como Seo Ua I at all hours. Telephone 00. 4 j XTew ,. . City Bakery. ; eoun-Monda- y the new cans." claimed by the anti Black bnro tnerobera of the Legislature that tbey can detent bim for the United States Senate. To do an 17 democrats most act with the Bepublicane. It ia esaumed, of course, that Blackburn will be tbe regalar caucus Democratic nominee. A Repuhliettn cannot be elected, and the Republican knowing this, it ts claimed, will vote for John Young Drown, P. Wat Hardin, or ttlmoat any demo The oral, to defeat Blackburn. choice of the Republican HUiong all tbe Democrat, is anid to be Senator Lludsay, bat it I fetireii that Lindsay would attract fewer Democrats to butt than Broun or Hardin. i It rf 'Mpit ,Fi Jf " aV We Sell aaare Dalla than any one 1 e town. Why? Because our prices are always right. Call early to get first choice. Wilso.v s Book and Jewelry Store. Commissioners Resign. Wi... .0 of silverware you tret a cbauv the Hue Wuteh at Buck's. Tho boily of a white, infant child was found in an old cisteru in Chutou , last Sunday Tho doctors, upon declared it hud been foully murdered. No clue to guilty partias. Go to the City Bakery for all your uoouica. uney nave rue largest assortment ever brought to Hickmun Mat Harper, a brakoniau was severely injured at Troy one duy lust week, by fulling between the cars. His lea were badly mashed by the wheels u lid he received several bruises about tho head and shoulders. tSr Dos't forget to go to EAKElt'S for your Christmas Canities, Oranges, Apples, Nuts, &c. He'll treat vou right. The small boy who purchases a cheap cast iron kuu at this season of tbu .... 1. env, roar unci ow fnrtVi . , nnmr nt tin. tllUV. uvJ. v.. ..u looking rabbit, " and bluws his hand otl, at least Iihs the consolation of kuowiug that if we should over get into auotl ier war, ho can't be drafted. JpSW" A chance at tho Watch fre o at Buck's with every purchase. Water becomes specially contaminated after standing over night in the pipe, and number of cases of poisoning have resulted in some places from persons habitually drawing off aud drinking some of tho water in tho mornings without previously allowiug it to tuu exauii-uutiou" The latest MANISH SHOIS RICE & NAYLOR'3 Cash Shoe Storo.l forLadic, ot "Majestic" Cooking Ranges, The Best in the World ! Yen 4'hmiimI flshe Mint like dnrvin Iturrli I lend. Tho sad news has been reciim! in Hickman of tho doatb of r. Garvin Borah, whoso death occurreijnt Highland, 111,, Sunday last, froul'p.indynis. 4f Mr RuMr. Enroll was a step-sodolph Qlaser, grew to manhood m Hickman, and was always ygunlfd as u trustworthy and hnnora'le young man. Sympathy is extended to his family. la BuyiugOaeof ttiese Kaages! One of Its Strougrst l'olnis Is Its BUGGIES and HARNESS, WINTER LAP ROBES OF ALL KINDS AND PKICE3. ECONOMY Vm IN THE USE OF FUEL! Brrad In llle-llm- e Bakes Blacnlla in 4 Mlnules-Llg- ht BnjIiiR ''Malestio" nieana a of EooiiouiIchI OookluS 40tnntea. m We have a few of our best Mock of Buggies thnt wo do not intend to carry over. Now is your best chance to got a Brave Mea FalB on reasonable tonus, Victims to stomach, lirermud kidney gexxl Buggy cheap,Let Live" Buggy aud us well as women, iand all feel at tho ''Live nud troubles tho results in lots of appetite, notaous Implement Store. in tho blood, backache, nervousness, headache and tired, lis tie, run down feeling But there's no Ufwl to feel B, K. IIKKVRS & CO. likothat J. W Gardner f Iduvlllc, the Ind., says : Electric BittKj to't care thing tor a man who II I OK MAN, KY. md whether ho Uvea or Xctui new strtuiKth aud now eat anythiue a' new lease on life." Only (amjj ai an Drug Stores. Every bott urunteed. and KxntMlnr ThriM. VmII tiny Olhrr B SAsCsi VsAiZisD SCHUH DRUGCO" Zip CAIRO, ILL., jut ln i NhmIh KIh life Old Santa Klaus sure s Ize. Come see him at Juo, Witting's. MOKTAL1TT AND PEXS10XS. It la positively announced Iub! Judge Pry or has sent in his resig nation as a member of the State Election Commlasion, and that Congressman Ellis baa stated that be will resign If Judge Pryor does. These were tbe two member who felt conscientiously Impelled to ward tbe certificates of election to tbe Republican candidates. The people, irrespective of party, moat bouor these gentlemen for dia charging tbelr doty conscientiously; and their resignation at ibis time under the circumstances is Supply your wants at Buchanan's Closing Sale. Just Arrived Dealers ia FINE LIQUOR fs O. m ) w 1 1 i m . i9r pa .--.7-sX w--B, ' complete unless you send your orders to in 1598 wan 8.303 and Hie mortal the City Bakery for Oysters, Celery and ov-Cranberries ana everything nico. The it y of the preretit jear will be r 17.U00. uiiy Buttery is a complete Uanuy Store. Step in and get tholr prices. And yet, while the Inevitable In the mortnlitA of the surviving It seems incrodiblo that men and particularly uufortunate should a women can bo found will'img to put soldiers of the Union in reprethe hands of contest be prosecuted. A new their money in thorn 620 por knaves who sent' d by the figures glViMi, the promise to pay cent, intergovernment of Commission chosen under exist est on it, but the books or tho Franklin pension lists pssi the twenty years in have for t he Swindle, in New oreaned. In 1878 there were only log conditions could not command York, show that thousands tbe respeot and confidence such a were found, and robbed, and of them '262,104 pensioners on tbe rolls, tho vie I tlms are largely residents of Greater tin Jnne 30, 1899 there were court should bave at this lime. Now York. and during the fianal year XaV Bhe is a beauty. The 25 Solthere were 193.083 claims filed and Absolutely Free. id gold filled Watch that will be given 95,054 allowances including Uold Watch and Chain, bisquo Doll, away Christmas eve at Buck's. original pensions. On tbe Medallion, Fireworks, Silver Cup, Pocket Knifo and Story Book Theso beau- date mentioned there were pend Aguinaldo Not Captured tiful presents will bo given to tho n lug 477,3'J8 unj anted claims. Men contestants whose tiuketa show the m ai' coiijh and men may go but largest amount ot purchases. Call aud Oontrary to all expectations the pension list apparently goes seo them at Wilson's Book Stoek. has not e jarSjx&'jS. The offleial report of the Grand Obion Democrat : A pen of corn, A thiy of Beuublla show that the about two hundred barrels, on .Mr. Fope rapidly a Hemmr's fitrm. nnn tntln wi nt r.... d path rate is Inereaslnk tl it organization grows older. The was destroyed by fire Wednesday night. It is thought that tho destruction of the la rgpRt membership recorded was corn was tho work of an incendiary tlmt of the year 1891 when there Tho corn belonged to his son, Mr. Bon v. ere 407.781 names on llie rolls just ncrnug. The number on llie rolls in 1809 We have m en treceived an elegant of tort Oafc- - Your Xmas dinner will nnf hn w us 287 981 The number of deaths L.4Jal'aaWt,T'. JaSsawA " ". " Golden Etigle, Con roy, An PRICE LIST.. Gallon. AvriDUc; Jjk l Fall (jaart prico 82.00 S .60 2.25 .65 houeXK,ht A 8oar Mttlh either MAHOGANV finish, prices rauir- ing from 05c upward. Also a beautuul line or Sour Mash Ky Cnoninl urne, special "Tlrivo handsome,aluo for ln0lJ(frwhisky f) .ju Bwt Rocking Chairs 2.50 in OAK or IMITATION Kentucky Dew, jo "fK .75 Silver Seal, TorfVintinn J. CI ICtlUIl, Schuh-Cros- s, NeUonOountyWlmky. One of tho purest, smoothest drinking whUku on the market. Try it. 2.75 Q AT. 0.JJ .80 .85 Syndicate Book Cases and Tables, all snltablo for Xmas presents. Give ns a call and cxamino onr goods boforo buying, uud you will be treated right. Th0 ut for thc pr,cc' oyer.oid. 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.10 991.-6T.- Old Continental, 37,-07- 7 OPEN AT NIGHT. Happy Gal, Old CrOW, Fu,.M8iik. Six years old. oov-e- Ag-nioal- or been captured. The Amerl can amies sweep everything from before it, occupy two thirds the territory aud tbe F.liplno army Is scattered and dispersed, aud man; prisoners and leaders have been captured. Aguinaldo and his re saaining army are supposed to have fled Into the mountains, but occasionally tbey sweep down on less guarded American points, in flicting: much annoyance tbough o great serions bnrt. How long tbls kind of warfare can be maintained, no one knows. Agnnclllo uow and then fulminates that Filipino resistance has just began, and that if tbelr army tiow in tbe field is conquered, that they will raise new ones and continue the war forever. THK Appellate Court baa decided In favor of tbe Demnoruia jet surrendered, for years with chronic diarrhoea. Some time arSsT Tho Treo Barber Shoo is tho ago I persuaded him to take some of place to get your shaving, haircuttlug Chumberlain'a Colic. Chniorn. umi nir. and sha mpooing done. Prompt servico rhoea Remedy. After two bottles of aud cou rteous treatment. T thO ho was mirpfl crivn A. L HOOKING, Prop'r- this testimonial, hoping sotno one similarly afflicted muy read it and bo bene- T he Killing of Officers. uncu. j.iii3. v,. jjuwjek, uiencoe. u. For sale by I'owgill & Oowfill, Hick- The g reat mortality utnong Bnl-ismon. and A. M. Shaw. Mritta T.lnn Druggists. ofBc ere in the Transvaal was The State Board of Election at first explained on the Around b My son has been troubled on forever. - Nashville Stephens & Smith. Banner. Old Mclhayeis7X ol. 2.00 Qi CowgilL & CowsiU i , . . Druggists . . . IIEADtUJlKTEBS FUlt Peach Brandy, Arrow Globo Creole Apple Brandy, Duko Yalo " " Hoy al " " " i!.f0 8.00 2.00 2.f0 - .60 76 .86 60 .76 .fe6 California Brand? " Old Blackberry Brandy 8.00 2 60 8 60 2 00 76 1.00 .00 Tom Giu . Holland Oiu Imixirted Sherry Wine " Imported 4 00 Port Wluo, California 2.00 " Old California 2.60 " Imported 8.00 Pare French Brandy .... - 0.1 "... $6.00 2.00 2.60 8.00 2.00 Ui. 1.86 .60 .76 .66 .00 1.10 .00 .76 .85 , , - " r Jr. as to tbe use of tinue ballot" In tbe State election. This means tbat if the tickets are printed on paper so thin that the 'mark" of tbe voter can be seen when fold ed, tbat tbe election should bo For Bale by Cowgil) & Gowgill, held invalid. The Democrats make man, and A. M. Shaw, Stake tflil etijttRtlen la savers! ooautjis, Draggii IuN-poakiu- men should be so slight that tbe sbarpHhooters of the uould not tell one from the other. Alnnif with thin, d as a neceafiary addition It wan suggest ed limit iht wearing of swords by Still ill. o Ulcers be dispensed u in tho the Hosenae or honestly. V.kcmirae hand, of mi I'd h e d As a euro for rheamntism Chamber- would be a d I J d. J ad 1 lain's Pain Balm gaming a wide rep- mark, aud sj utation. D B. Johnston, of Richmond, that Uie ortlci Ind., has beeu troubled witn that ailIt 411 ment since 1802. of It he ways: '! never found anything that iU would relieve mo until I used Cham ti berlains Pain Balm. It acts like m io with me. My toot was swolen paining mo very much, bat one application of Pain Balm relieved ami" en-emy Commissioners issued certificates or election to Gen Tailor and nil the Republioan anndiilHtes. The face of the returns shows tbelr election by about 2.383. and tbe oonnty returns as well as that of the State Board, werr made by Democrats. This proves that that awful "counting machine" so much talked about In the campaign, was operated reasonably that the nfllcer remained stand-inwhile the men lay down Afterward it ws proposed that the difference in the dress of the g offl-cer- s We carry in Stock all tho Leading Brands of Bottled Llqnors, Wines, Olni, Champugues, Cordials, &c. We Make no Extra Charge for Jug, Sfc. nun TONICS, mi mi 'A ARTHUR. 1 AND WE GUARANTEE nil our Liquors to be Pure. NO FANCY PRICES. We aim to give our Cuatomers better goods for tlieir money limn they cun imrchuse elsewhere. GIVE US A TRIAL, either wending; your order direct to us, or through your merchant who may have gondii coming from Cairo. mM SOHUH DRUG Wholesulo THB Riinhll(!rtna in Oongreaa Hre anid lo be iirepHring to nrnke hii nggersHMe fight In favor of the CO. Liquor Dealer, Cuiro, III. lUIFriONS 'v M TBE Padnimh Newa ia nuihor-li- y for Hie rumor that Judge J. E. Robbins will he h iHiidfdHle for HtlinliilHtrHtinii'rt I'lillippiue iolio. congress next sent. mid ihlnka he An n!il fHNhloneil parly wrniule la would prove h most fnrnifdMhle eipecled lo begin curly in the eHiididHlH, All oaWjthli'h Is Ion, iMillli UBS, . it. Jvi BJiJJIWH 4. o cu i. TTt yM wWV Ik F'TO 4: . - 7- - yi i fl1 yfittiUbisaiUB&Mi 1 - - - ' In :tw Time Tnbift I The Maysville' Mob. -- Ifr V' T ' The work of the Mnynvllte mob LKAVKrts AllltlVKHi Ih brlnghiL' upon Kentucky the Ir.ln No. U ! :.V p. m. Tralu No. 6, 7:16 m, Xrala No. a, l K.04 , iu. Tt.lu Mo. t, t.Vi p, ui, evereal coutlcuiimllou, Tlmt the Urate urgro deeerved death for ula terrible crime, no one ceo dt Local and Personal. ii y, bat that It ehoalil have been Dried oat through the coart all Whaw'i for tihoes, admit. Tbeno Northern napera In Sbaw'i for Harness, day gone by were wont to attribShaw'i for Clothing, ute these umb oatrHgie to the Sbaw'i for Groceries, laxity of Evutuc.ky'a Deuiouratlu Shaw's for Hardware, Go.eriiora, but it la uoted that Sbaw'i for Queuuswnre. lienubtiruti Governors1 are equal 20 Wutch aua Chain froe at ly helpleaa iu tacit wativre and Buu hImii that aaob tuoba occur In MUa Ohitwood, of Uuloa City, U Northern Statea. None the has, vlsillug Mrs, K1U liuuJcr.ou. the .New York Tribune blatuen our Qootl Kip Boot for $2. gjB ltlt'K te Nayloh. whole people, aa ibe following ex Henry Retuluy hiu ruturuud to tho iraot abowa: cltjr utter uu uUuuuu ol suvur.il week. "If that be truo, and IT it bo true that MTOo to MAKER'S for Fnssb Uro the people of Muvsville ure iu thU mutcuries uud Country froduco. Mm. Joel Fowllcs wiw culled to Troy this wt'ik, on ucouut of thu sickness ot SOUlU N., 0. & St. lii R. It. lHhT aatHHHHfUl Jr i Jrl.-nWy-fcM- m S ky p h-- as Announcement ! All our Stock haa been ddded to greatly by the filling in of 1 - W&i $M '5 l HOLIDAY LINES t ruluttvv. ileeei iu Li ut King s. Mr, tiitui Parker anil daughter, MUs Jlui, will spuud tliu wiuier m Hutesvillu, N. U. Heavy soled Boot, us toft us ilia, ror fj.oo, kick & jnaylok. Theo. Goaldcr, of Memphis, Is spemliug Uio Ximu holiduys with hi ut liickmuu. Boys, dou't foruet that Tiiock cun ui uu u uox or Uuuuy or Biukut oi tdlt Ut'niKUi irit-uus New Goiubiuitthu Fruit ter u good as IhoHo of any other com niuulty in tho Stuto, then indeed is the soil of Keutucky sown with dragon's teeth. If the boys uud girls of aru to bo trained up to the perpetration of uuuieletw cruelties upou their fellows uud inducted iuto thu coinnibwiou of torture for torture's sake, they may us well ut ouco take Caligula aud, Nero for their patron saints, lueuumuof lias incorrectly been said to mean 'Dark uud Bloody Ground." If the ethics of Muysvillu are to prevail it will come to mean that iu earnest uud in truth u ground aa dark aud bloody as the torture peus of Dahomey." The whole truth is that the brute or a negro deaerved the death given liim, and t h tit fact waa to-da- And we will put before our customers a larger selection than at any preceding tit. Nicholas anniversary, yet not departing from the lines bek'oted fur the vurious Deimrtuienta. To tte Farmer! We solicit a continuance of Ken-tuc- y their trade, and ub w never neglect an opportunity of putting in our tnrc the products of the farm, we invite them to bring their Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, etc., to us, and receive the highest market price. "", u To the Ladies! We are .milling our SHOE DEPARTMENT up in everv respect, and bo far as LOW PRICES and GOOD VALUES ate there is none Miperior to SHAW. A con-corn- ed, 'V K r ' Jv TA i V x. K Mr. Burnett Tallitfcrro, of Memphis, Inu been vultiug friomu uud rulu tivtit iu llic until this week. MT Stepbeu &. Smith tho Furniture denier uru keeping their storo open ut uiKht. (Jivo them n cull. -- The "Blno Wlug Liars' Club" en Joyrd 'Possum Supper at their rendezvous iu East Hickiuuu, Monday ulght. IA.Ldl and Missea Mackintosh, new Hue Just received lor Christum, at Ualtzkh & Dodos'. Miss Hattio WiUou, who is teach lug school ut 1'aducnh, spent Saturday una Sunday with her mother, Mm. J. A. WiUou. JsF See Eajcjsii'b liuu of Obristmaa Gaudies, &c, be two buyiuK elsewhere. MUs Battle WiUou, who has been iu St. Louis (or the past few mouths, relumed home Saturday to spend the Chrisiuiss holidays. Mir Go to Kino's and nee hi hand, some line of Hoc ere and Furniture. The Foltou Leader says that $60.00 reward is offered for thu capture ot Jun V. Brauu, who U wouU'd tor utualuK a Ujtfus uoic f 400 ou W. O. Williams the whole cause of the mob. Bat Gov, Bradley aud no other State offluiul could have given protection any wore than the President of the United Statea could have protected the Itallaua from the mob in Louisiana. large line of the fluest, us well us the ciieapest, brands al- ways kept iu stock. Purchase yourXmas Presents, at Cost, at Buchanan's. t'nyee Ileuta. Editor Courier: Not having seen anything lately in tho Courier from Cayce, I thought I would send you a few t To the Young Man! J k ', Our Christmas Stock of TIES, ns wpII nn COLLARS. CUFFS, Etc.. DEPARTMENT STORES. ."',?3iA"' t V-'iiMBiiiDriiw.B Department pvprvthinir pise u mnn can use in the Gents' Fnrnlahino will be in the lead in this section, at items: Tho town U iu a rush this week. Master Chas. Caaou spent a day or two with his grandma, Martha Caaou, last week. Mr. Jim Tucker moved into hu new house Mr, 5nAWp5 WHH-NH- Wf HH-rM--H- Mr. Will Hitudlo, of Hickman, hoa Sunday. Miss been couiuihwloued as Vud Lieutenant, visitingDora Betteaworth and auter aro their graudmother, Mrs. M. E. we Icaru, and sailed from Sau frauds usou, In Missouri. co lust week, torvjoiu his regiment ut It hi given up that Mr. Jas. W. Manila. has tho prettiest baby in Uayce Mr. Wm. Farham aud sou brought iu Remember that Stephens fc Smiui ure keepiuK their store open at u load of hogs, which they sold to John night. I all on thorn for holiday goods sou Bros Mrs. M E Cosou and son, Newt , was iu Furniture of all kinds. Hickman ouedav Judge Juo. W. Uowgill, who has been iu Wheat is looking lust week shopping. flue, and the num daUKeroukly sick for several weeks hiu ber ot ucrvs sown is larger than ever been improving for several dnvs, uud tnu sectlou. much hope i now euteruiued for hi known in escapes thu wasto basket. Mr. If this recovery. Editor, I will come agam. 0. Nap. MT A haudsomo lino of Iron Beds iu all colors at low prices at Kiug's. 00 lb. NlTckoT Candy, Some time 6liice burKlun entered the house of the editor of thu Uuiou That's what it weighs- - Como and see City Courier, uud the Milan Kzchauge wonders if tho burglar were crazy or it, aud a largo stock of Fireworks, Gaudies, Figs. Nuts, Apples aud tbo editor who made tho uuuouuce-tneut- . all kinds of Christmas goods. Jno. WmiNO. New Goods, for holi day gifts, iuuh as Gloves. Huudker- EI'lSCOl'llTlJAZAlK. THE chiefs, Ties, Towels, Scuris aud rugs II O. Amiieuo'h. just received, at Tho Episcopal Bazaar will bo qponed You can't uinke a better Chmtnnui thU (Friday) eveuiug ut Mr. C. G. present to an atweut frieud or relative, Schlenkcr's Jowelry Store, tho ladles iu than scud thu Hickman Coukikk one charge. The beautiful display of artisyear. It is a present whicli will uiuko tic ladles' handiwork is worthy of your the recipient appreciate you thu whole attention, uud admirably suited for ChrlstuuiH gifts. Bo curly nnd get your your round. choice. Choice homo I'audies, Ac, tc JPy KAKEH )n;Cfi ovcrythlug you want iu the Grocery 2i:io, uud hu pricco JKelumed. aio right. Tho next regular meeting of tho Dr. S. K. Davidson haa returned Hickman Building & Loan Association from Tiptouvlllo uud can bo fouud at will be held at the court house next his offlco over Cowgill & CowgiU' drug Thnrrduy night, 21st lust. Those wish store. lug to borrow mouey arc respectfully luvited to attend, JUr Got you a good Watch and chain Oonio see it. TJ&. A Common Expression, "Itcuino freo at Buck's. from Wilson's." Of course, they huvo Optical work a specialty. Glassthu largest stock, tho beat selection, uud es HC lltted accurately and scientifically. the lowest price ou Holiday Goods in Mr. B. W. Fost, graduate Optician, ot tho town. Peoria, 111., will give his personal atTho death angel entered tho homo tention to this work, and wo guarantee of Mr. aud Mr. A. U. Uuruthers, Mon- perfect satisfaction. Eyes tested free of Wilson's, day evening, uud took from thoiu their churgo. Books and Jewelry. little son, Fouu. Burial at city come tory Tuesday. Religious services were, couducted by Ruv. J. II Evuus. "With every pair of spectacles you get a ohauco ut ttio aao Wutch aud Chain to bo given away at Buck's. Ruucl Qarduer, son of W H. Gardner, of Union City, hua boon solocted as ono of three by tho Natloual Ourri age Association to go to Paris, France, to make arrangements for space ut tiie H0LID1Y EXCUKSIUN BATES. Ho leaves New York World's Fuir. for tuo French capltol Jan. 1. Via M. & 0. R. R. Ticket on sale at low rate December 23rd, 94th, 80th and Ulst '09 and Jan. 1. 1V0O. Amplo return day couches, heatBuch- limihi. Comfortablesteam. Vestibuled ed throughout with sloepcr. Convenient, schedules. For tlcketii call ou any Mobile & Ohio ticket ugent. The annual meeting of tho Kentucky Educational Association will be Wo aro hero to stay aud doing held in Louisville ou Deo. tilth, 28th uusiueiM ut ttie old stuud, opposite wituud afith. It promise to bo the great- ting' store. No ono will approciato est educutlouul gatherings in tho his- voar patronage more, or take mort; tory of tho Slute. Already many coun- pleasure in trying topleasoyou thuu wo ties are organizing parties to utteud the barber. Will Ckowxll, R. U. l meeting aud it is expectod that tho ataud H. R. Ivy. tendance will bo larger thuu over before. An especial mvitution is extend-uHOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE, to tliu college aud prlvuto suhoola of Statu to participate in tho deliberu- Ohouti. Call ou, or write. the A, R, JOH1 ttoui or the convention, tuut they may in tow wit IM tahooif , Am-uiou- week. James W. Amnions was iu town thu MHt-HH- 1 " s B. For December! We will make the following W$ VERY LOW Bsssst PRICES on our entire Stock of sult-nbl- j Palis,!; Mens Heavy Fleeced Undershirts, Worth 40 centK, for Mens Heavy Ribbed Undershirts Others ask 75o, our price and Drawers, Shoes,, On rkoC AQn Full Stock of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars, Neckwear, Hats, Caps, Suspeuders, Umbrellas, &c Boys Jeans Pants, for Mens Heavy Cassimere Pants, Worth J2.00, for DUC Mens Heavy Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers, Worth 76c this sale at Mens Heavy Fleece-Lined rn fl.OU 25c Large line of Mens Pants from the finest to the cheapest. Good colors, worth Shirts and Drawers, 1.00 our price Pftn tOoL Heavy Wool Mitts, Mens Heavv Wool Sox, W6rth 20c, our price Heavy Blanket Lined Duck Coats, Worth J1.50, our price... Boys Knee Pants for For Bargains in Clothing, Hats, Shoes &c, go to Buchanan's Closing Sale. Mens Heavy Oatnels Hair Shirts and Drawers, Fleece Lined, well worth $1.25 go at Heavy A Kersey Pants, Good patterns, well made, to close out "C CI OQ .v 1"C fl.UU at.. aa Good Heavy Jeans Pauts for JoC 2uC Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at anan's. lsVI 7BBBkrV ibbbbbI jk Largest atul best aH?orted Stock of f$fm inoes, Boots, Rubbers, Kubber Boots, etc., and the Prices ure Right. wr Motto : "Higli Grides at Low Prices." C'ald-wbl- d Rice & Nay lor. iW. rnc i-bb! 6cjsf a . mw iLi'. ri Lt..- - ' J'N rt a r VVV k i. k. X " fxHSti Sm y ON THE MESSAGE. and in the end nursed him back to atrengtu. and the line of American boV. Jui IMPERIALISM IS COSTLY. I ask you to care for my boy as one of mine ward, first very slowlj-- , then, gaiiilRIV m once did for yours. He is a good lad, but he mentum, increasing the speed until it wA of ConllniiliiK I.nrRrs Comment of llpinticriille Journals II llniart Mill 'Tlir needs a fri.ud now as he never did before." mad rush, and every man on his metal Hie I'mliUnCa I'mier to Oiitllita" Will lit Continllr Put rem Only And this wai the reason why, after the rcacn inc nospuai nrst, biiots were no I'linurru, ued liiilrflnltrl)-- . ftc im It I'nys. By H. I. Olovoland. transport had cleared Honolulu nnd was ping from it, men were falling, Landia went1 on the last tack for Manila, that John Sloan clown ana otners, nut the tush never cut tnlk of nn early rriniblle- It ought to be plain, to every reader It i Kpncn,My admitted, the news found himself detached from his company stopped. etition In Ohio next year, in rrportn tell tin, Hint no general rher of the message that tho people ennnot where, Hut the maddest of all sights was John and on duty in the ofiicers' qua! ten, o net the lince nnd cuuril nRiiInst nntf linrlwr or public, building bill will hope for anything but. Increase upon John Sloan was trembling. His face was much to his surprise, a certain captuin Sloan, battens, far beyond his own line, runwhite, hn eyes wandering, while over his often spoke kindly to him and gave him en- - ning like a liaro for the hospital, gun well up "nny, opposition to the reiiuininntion of lie pnsscd liy the conprciw now in sea- - lncrrnse ot expenditure ln aid of nil skin ran cold and hot Husoes. His mother coaugement. but never tiring a shot. Ofiicers yelled in the Hir sldent which may crop out," In hIoii. "In .Iew of the- heavy expend!- - sorts of projects, chiefly private, so , at by tho big window at the west end of by them, privates "I have watched you enough, Sloan, to astonishment as he nnd slnlllcnncc. Why I tiircs for the tinny nnil navy," It la long ns the pnrty of which Mr. McKlnthe dining room. Mary Carr was at the know that you are mortally afraid of what envying him his gait, shouted in encourage- ftiUjcif for contlnn ley Is the ohos.cn head remains In powsuoiuii iiii.vuiiiifr oi iiu-- son do iieeca- Muted, "nnd the door, her hand upon the knob. She iu w e are going into. You are a bundle of non- ment. He was a stimulant to the entire Tho Held may be surveyed in 'Ing large outlays Indefinitely, the re er. Chicago Chronicle. speaking to John: sensical nerves; but whatever is going U line this coward from th Juanita countrj'. It Is a soothing document, with no iiirecuon, without (llKcloMnp-- an publican leaders do not feci justillcd in "Of course, if you have got to be made to happen when we are on shore, remember He was in front of the walled church now, ,td cnndlilnte ngninst Mr. McKin- - favoring internal expenditures tbnt Irritating touch upon any sore, subject go, there's no heroism in it. The Tenth this, Sloan, don't run." eager to fight his wa in, Men wem Pennsylvania don't want that class of men. of political controversy prcclscly lo nil nppcnrnnce, the next re- - can be deferred." Men pray even in these hard days, and on all sides of him, and there was the snap But if jou love me if jou think anything John Sloan prayed that night for strength, of tlames in the thatch. Suddenly the earth This announcement la. significantly vvhat might have been expected from icnn convention will be notliini? of the old flag if you go because you ought prajed as only a man can who knows that seemed to slip from him, his head by President McKlnley the jenf before thnn u ratification nieetinir to tuif typical of the course to to go why, yoji can come and say good-bhe is a coward, yet is determined to fight to whirled, he threw- - up his arms, and went through, without opposition or protest, the Imperialist congress prepared to the prtsldentlal election. to me the end. In the morning, while looking over down, wounded. Sloan had given his blood thojsfcond term pinna of President will come when Congress shall unrntlfy the president's policy of militant The latch clicked and she was gone. Sloun his kit, he came acroM a is in atonement for his cowardice, and no man nnd Mr. Hnnnn. expansion in the eastern hemisphere. dertake the neccssnry task of forcing looked at the troubled face of iiis mother railroad folder, which was the only one re- can do more than that. When his senses TJ it douhtsnntl apprehensions should It Is n logical beginning for Imperialism. the hnnd of the executive. Philadeland left the house. Mechanically he wan- maining of several he had provided himself returned to him he was in the field hospital, dered to the great red barn and the stalls with when starting from home, and some- nnd liis lett done up in bandages. be entertained in Ohio is most Rlninilnr It may safely be taken for granted that phia ltecord. In the 40,000 words, more or less, where sleek horses stamped. There he bat- how it gave him cheer and comfort to repd There ho remained until March, receiving of a. Ohio hnn just recorded, so the "the necessity for continuing large out-ln- ts tled with himself. Indefinitely" for the strengthening which the president unloaded yesterthe old familiar names in the state, and to from home many kind letters, but none so ndrtV.istrntloii ninthemattclnna tell us. The Sloan farm in Pennsylvania, on the know that back there many were thinking dear ns the one which ran like this: day upon n helpless congress, there Is n JhrcUct of (sweeping nppronl nnd of the army and niny will exist coincibanks of the JuaniU river, has been worked and living for him. "I know all about what you did; every- iiulfscnient of the MuKiuley ndiiUnls-- t dent nnd equal in duration to American not one clear-cut- , Inspiring thought. for a hundred years by men of the same The landinir was roiseh. Their transport body is talking of your bravery; if you were in. F.very vote cast for Nnsh uns. Imperialism Itself. The two evils im- The message has some good points and blood. I think the Irving", the McClelland', had nassed ui the harbor by the Oljmpia, here 1 would tell you, John, what I think of of f um n vote in fin or of the rcconil perialism nnd militarism cannot be some bad, like any average report of u the Curtins, and last the Sloans -- all inter- the Kalcigh, the lloston, flags tlymg, bands you; do, do come home. MAHY CA1UI." the former creates the lat- bureau clerk. Tho president's views on marriedhave been the possessors of the playing, and the great admiral on his bridge Hut John Sioun was yet to fight at Malolos, tern ccry ote cast for Jones- was separated acreage since tuc Ixittlo ol liranclywinc. bowing and raising his hat as the troops to cross a Filipino river under fire with ctii' nccording to the official iidininih-- t ter, from which In turn It receives the the Philippines are as vague as his Idear J'ach generation of this family down to the cheered, which had come to his aid. Kven Funston, the men swimming side by side, to rah 'it explanation, under tin impress Imperatively neceswiry support of the nlsmt Cuba. Ills wisdom consists In Sloans had a fighting man in the nation's Sloan forgot his fidgets, and waved his cap be with the Utah battcrj. the Tlaltevtith passing responsibility along.N. Y. ftliv mill ,iones was n trine iiener.Mc- - strong hand. service. Minnesota, the men from Oregon and Ne- Kb' ry mil 11 man .MiMinnci, it tuc high in the air, and yelled; Under these new conditions, what Is Journni. It is not to be wondered then that the braska, and when Malolos was taken he "Hurrah, Dewey'" As to the trusts, the president Itsufll were known, probably McLean's co natural iik that "icpuhlictm leaders Sloans suffered in their pride to find that Manila was still in the hands of the Span- was to fall in the middle of its main streets, trHl' ciicliil as an Indorsement do not feel justified in favoring Internal elently frank nnd direct. That "what they wcie the fir I of the race to be with- ish. Aguinaldo was seeking to secure recog- shot again as he held the colors high for the vol wiih Hiislng their demand ever power congress powessrs over this out a military representative John Sloan, nition from the United States, and at the cheer of his comrades. It was then he was nnil appnnal of the McKInley mliiilnlv expenditures?" .. I.. .11 1. I... ..!. their only son, heir to their goodly estates, same time to capture Manila and loot the taken back to Manila as Scrgt, Sloan, of the . ..i 'ii in luruiM.--, iiiij, iiuui-- i .qucii for the large outlay for army and navy most Important subjret should br was a physical coward. Jit- knew it, and so city. Dewey was holding the insurgents Tenth, and nursed until such strength lions, need the imce be tet? Who Increase that must be "continued In- prompt l.v nseet tallied nml asserted." father and kindly-facedid his conspire to s.et on foot definitely" upon the nntlonnl rctcnuen The Post suggest that as n beginning in check and preparing to take tuc city. 1 lie back as enabled him to return to the dear Otic: i I mother. Tenth Pennsylvania was landed at Cavite, old railroad folder and with pcneil and nancr men against the renoiniiiatlon of n as nt present. In force, It Is seen that for congress might deal with a few of I Morally, he was a clean, wholesome boy. and then marched to the trenches at Malatc this time map out the long journey home culprits In nil ei7otijnl inniitici dent o signally nnd multifariously thelncreascditillltnry evpeudlture there well Physically, he was tall, ruddy-faced- , in front of the Spanish outposts. Active from the Golden Gate over the Union Paiiiu.M be n corresponding decrease of by making a reduction in the altitude rscd? muscled and more than good looking. Vet service was commenced at once. The first cific and the to the JuaUiU guilty conscience, it is km id, needs expenses In some other direction. The of the tarilT schedules, iiHtlt-- r the shelit whs a matter of horror and shame to him duty that came to Sloan after the regiment country. jecus-erthat he feoied fitoarms, dreaded ihe blow was in the trenches was that of picket. His An administration con- - retrenchment will be made In Internal ter of which they arc ojHrailng. The Tenth came into Manila to relieve tha piven in friendly contest with other boys, post was on the edge of a thicket, scarce a Fifty first Iowa at Cavite, and theru to it n s oi us own utter weakness ntur affairs just ns U the case with the Washington Post (Iitd.). and was in a tremble if bodily harm mile from the Spanish line. The tropical came the glad news that it was ordered horn With the exception of half a dozen f'nrss cannot sliakr oil the fear that, great (lowers of Kunpe, where everyseemed imminent. and the fever and would go as soon as the transport was eer et. opposition from some source thing Is MibordltiHtcd to the necessity of sentences there Is Nothing In it that rains had commenced, I5ut if the sulTcring had been a sore trial Oil conveys any new Information or any The gallant rrgiineiit had some of the men. rcadj already will ccmpel the nomination of a maintaining big nrmlrs. to him in hi earlier days, John Sloan never was was given upon particular instructions to days on the firing line, and made a w onderf ul sfrorger man. The corrupt but omnlH-tsTl- it It will be well for tlir-- twopU to un- new v less s of the irel,.iii' jmiIIkv. It realized its full agony until following (he He record for bravcrj . The latter a surprise, the Spaniards havrepublican bosses, who have been derstand why there will be no appro- ha all been nnnounerd or foreshadoperations of the American army in Cub. watch out for great activity during the day the men went on lxvml ship, anilpart of Juns late in July ing displayed and the war with Spain there came the along ftd with the richest of the iMitronntrr nt priations for river nnd linrltor Improve- owed. It p;it nothing in a rrn" strikreached San Francisco, bringing into tha the front of their line. ments, for the erection nml niiihite- - ing war. It Is filled with platitudes and call for troops to serve m the Philippines, Wrapped in his rough weather coat, hold- Golden Gate the bodj of Col. Hawkins, who Mr. McKinlej's disposal, will stand by and the Tenth Pennsylvania regiment was him onlv as lon its it sroms to Kiy nntH'e of public building uml for other ambiguous phrases, with keep it dry, had died en route. it ordered to prepare for service in the field. ing his gun underneath his to declarations that mean nothing. The Union Pacific and tllcni toi'oso and well the administra- Internal betterments by the present post, splashing Sloan paced up and down The destination of the regiment was Manila. Indianapolis Sentinel. congress. If we arc resolved UHn poll-ticibrilliancy ot brought them Word had gone out from Pittsburgh that in the water, wondering nl thein dread an ICockics, ncra.-- s over the Sierrs, through tH tion knows It. So fully do the the plains world vower, weinut.mj the the and The president has soma' pratty boh! ami olllcclinlrfer1 comprising the recruits would be accepted bj the regiment. the lightning, and shivering of lightning safely to Chicago. A littleoflater Plattewem they It in money words lo sny about the trusls. I,et us ticipation of trouble. A Hash rnpubin.m Inner circle rcttlixc the price of kueh powers-pa- y This mcs&Hge readied the settlement about Pittsburgh, where rojal greet. ng awaited of in the Sloan farm in the Juanita country. showed lnin figures on the plain, in front winl.n.ss. the vacillation, the vulnera- and in Amerioan blood nml In the ar- hope they are ,,nrrrt and not merely them. Hut Sloan could not wait for this, bility rested development of our eountrj ' n sop thrown to tlm pawitcful antiSeveral young men promptly enmc forward him. moving toward him. cf the MrKinley administration, Only the enemy could come from that di- and hastened to the home of Marj- Carr and declared they would culut. The girl trust srHtimrnt ainantf the posqilcllow tl cannot believe it possible that legitimate growth witjiln lt own that John at that John Sloan loved and wished to be his rection. Sloan stood still as if welded to the looking was the the foot of a smah hill, when, the par i rank and tile will acquiesce In limits. This necejurtty H'n'h In- much of sincerity there Is In Mr, .Mcs. up path to the summit, he saw ground. His hair rose on end. He jelled betrothed Mary Carr askid him if he President evitable umler mi imptriMlisl jnilley ns Kliilev'n iilterauers will be slmwn by did not intend to join. His answers were nnd fired in the. direction of the advancing her coming For a moment she did not see the 'rind term projert ln Mtf Ut. the altitude toward tha tnisUnof the him, but paused to guthera Honor by the way. iMcft.nbv's Ohio friends are pr paring that dnrktie.sH shall fotlow Then she called at the Sloan homy foe. evasive. Stnnge, is it not, that that shot fired by Then he wa.ked up toward her, one hand kill fight in opposition which they can- - The price of imperialism will be high, sdiulnlst ration loaders in congress. and asked him directly to enlist. And it was after this scene that John Sloan fled John Sloan, coward jfavo to the American outstretched. Now she recognized him, and jot n't nut which, in me very nature and the terms will be both "jour money Wheeling Wegistcr. vr.ry its notice of tlio advance of the there was n tlamc in tho hazel eyes, and flame, ihI your life." Are thtf Americnn peoto the red barn to hide his misery. . The president alludes to the lllli-Iiiosincyoe-duc- e 'oiuut - tnev icei uiiisi A woman's will is 'stronger w,.in a man's Spaniards at Malate, defeated the encjiy. on the snit checks, and the quick, heart givit f'om their inner coiuclousncss, ple vsilling to jwy lnirislUm'n price rebels, thus In lima ting t hot they made a hero of a trembling, frightened, ing cr. of: when that man loves the woman. John and , from tit post history of country and and accept Imperialism's terms? St. have bes.-- eitlreiisv of the faulted States. "John!" half man! Sloan won a partial victory over his fears A man cannot vsell tie a reWI or tiwltor :rtv, from the logic and proprieties of I .on is nepubllc. He was by her side now. the white hand Sloan, after tiring, ran back towards his and decided that he would join the regiment. r situation, ns an astronomer deduces toagnverinuent to which he Iuik' never At ecning tunc the joung man crossed Uie own lines and stumbled or fell at the feet ot the maiden caught in the brown of the vv planet, or a chemist the existence METHODS OF TRUSTS. owed or acknowledged allegiance. The fields to the Carr homestead. Hg expected of that captain who had first encouraged soldier. "I have come," he said, all the old fca cvlously unknown element. presUnt' apparently considers allethat Mary would be watching fo!rhinijvbut him to do his duty. He jumped up out of she was not at the gate nor on thT front the slush, saturated, and was ordered to take gone, "a long waj to toll you that I an ? ilurchasflble esuiimodlty, pretended confidence of Mr. Me- - Uriiilt In Hip Tin IMnlc Inilualrr giance torch. Her mother greeted hirn with the position with his company. Twice during longer afraid I have done my duty." TI worth about" t woftlollnriutN-.r- ' be TliriiiiKb Hie Inlluenee of WV 'a I supporters In nothing but pri Sloan have the wildest desire witha touch of pnde. "I wasoftcn troubled: the battle did words: Gram! HaiTjJXJinoenit. Protection. ym5t ce. hey Know how weak nnd vulI did i "We had a sudden telegram from Iowa, to run. Hut, as it has done many timet be- but I many things I ought not to have done, Scveral'thlngs that the pesiplc would rnble n candldntc he wilt be; and have conquered myself. Maty, Mary, Mary's sister was ill,, very ill. fore in the world's history, that name ' John-th- at The testimony given before the in- like to have known, as they are the ri liclr only hope, in case oflilajrcnoml-atlon- , !Pa hitchYd up at once and Mary left on the "Mary" held him to his place and duty. I want you!" dustrial commission ut Washington re- government, with the pnwlilont ns r afternoon train. She's gone to Cedar ltap- - When ruonrng came and it was realized For no hero of war or of peace can then Is that the democrat li?llendrrs ids, 'cause-- none of the rest of us could go. that American pluck and valor had won the be greater reward than the live of a pure WKl overlook the weak spots, to Mrlke veals in ii clear light the purpoc, tho their executive rcpreentatlve, nre not 'She left this note for yau." daj, it was Moan's captain, who, sending for woman. The emoluments of governments at those where McKhilevlsni cannot, nt methods and thu ruMtlts of industrial hinted nt. There is nothing ns to the or the rewards bestowed bj patriotic citi- present, be . The lines within ran like this: him, said: rumored alliances that are agitating successfully attacked. Al- trusts. , "John, mother will tell you about my The tin trust is n. typical product the world, nothing about the plans for "You knew your duty last night. You zens sink into significance bidc the giving bany Argus. 1 have prajed every mm- to a man of a good woman's heart. There hurried going. have p.iud yourself in line for promotion. of the tnrilT. A tin plate maker of keeping the Chinese itooropcu, nothing ute since F'left your home that you would The colonel knows of your service as picket." came nestling into the hand of John Sloan Washington, Pa., testified that his b.v I he way of related fuels that THEY CAN'T SIIAKE BANNA. see yourdaty clearly. If when yoa receive Then, on: of tho lioy's heart rushed all not one white hand but two, and the face of company cleared SO per cent, profit not before known. Metridt Free wins .Press. 'this youjiave' decided to enlist you will know those years of misery and doubt; all those Mary Carr was lifted to his' and her lipt J.hat you have made your best friends very unnamed fr..r that held manhood back and gnen to linn. The Ohio Itriniltllrnii llnaa ! ."Vol Inst year, when tho price of tin was When he snvs that nil of the amendS2.f0 per box the lowest ever known Then she turned back with him, and the ; happy and.dane your duty to your country kept him the child. There came messages Disposed to Mrp Dunn . ments to the promulgated by htm for plate. Since then Ills company bus last May had rules their mnln object n and the flag1: Mary." home. At the end of his two, thus united after sore trial, walket1 from nml Out. "for sold Its plant to the trust, nml the happy wa up to the old farm and the their It is making u long story rightfully short iuolhci's letter there was a penciled line: more elllclent nml satisfactory administo say tluf tho next day he left for i, "The Dodd boy have written home of old folks waiting there. Much had Sloan to Whoever started the report thatficn-nto- r price of tin plate has been advanced tration of the svstem of appointments! passed, through the test of enlist-isc- t, your bravery at Malatc. We hear jou may tell, much to go over Mid over again his to Sl.Co per hundred. This said the established by the Mark Ilannn would "quit" so long service law," fighting, his wound, I. is mjnad experiences ivc accepted and asigncd to com-pai- ,, be promoted. Kiep up, John M.iryCjrr." witness, "In out of proportion to tho be makes a statement widely at variV, of the Tenth Pennsylvania. in Malaylnnd but when he had told all he as he had any political interests or ndvnnce in vvnges and raw material." wouid not A leThat kind of a love letter ance with the facts. The whole world all men, but it did satisfy John Sloan, would that night, he brouzht out the failrd friends to help, cither did not know the Under present conditions "S3.S1 tter which his father had written to Col. would kiiowsthat hesiirrcndeiiid to the spoilsfolder, and he tossed it into man. was misled by false information Hawkins, commander of the regiment, se-- who tucked it awaj in his blouse and read cured him some courtesies lie otherwise it many times in the days to come. or willfully sought, for some- - purpose, be u profltnblo price." He the lap of Mary Carr, with the words: The American Tin Plate company men on that occasion. IlulTalo Cour"That was a living link with home to us to create a false inmprct.sion among would not have received. would sit in the shade of his tent, read the ier. vims capitalized at JiO.OCO.UOO. At the He wrote to Mary Carr, at Cedar Rapids, short lines from Mary Carr over, draw out in the field and at Manila keep it forever, the people. , In two words the president's time the trust was formed tJie plants .the date his regiment would leave Pittsburgh his railroad folder, and on it did much to save me for you." Senator Hnnnn is n is extravagance niidiuplre. And, being a woman, she asked him why, and its route to San Francisco, and it was the ground work out the topographn.nl map comprising the combination could g man. So hare been bought for $12,000,000. He perfunctorily reminds congress of after this letter was gone that he was seized of the long range of country from the Golden and in time he told her this story. To Note. Upon receipt of six cents in post was "Truthful James," but when, In protect the monopoly its ,with an inspiration He made his way to Gate to the Juanita region. member of tlio Is "rcsiMinsibllltira;" so would sir. It stamps, this complete storj-- , in Iwok the language peculiar to his associato congress that vie must now turn (!iis captain and to'il him frankly that he Other soldiers came to watch his trust have secured control of machinwould like to 'cove Pittsburgh several days for defense against executive, usurpatask. Some suggested the outlines form, handsomely illustrated, will be mailed tions, It came to u "show down," James ery used in the manufacture and reahead of tliejicgiiueiit and meet it at Cedar of the Missouri valley, others the location of to any address by W. II. Kiiiskern, ?. Fifth was a frightful terror and bis enemies tion. The president's message is in tho to m11 It Avenue, Chicago. Hopids as.it traveled wca,t. lie said frankly, Ames and Clinton, still others the topotook a Filipino gait to the refuguof tall fuse witness to independent mills. long The considered the tnrili' es- main it polb-y- , recnird of change of also, that, the'Tenson for his going to Cedar graphical building of that beautiful sweep prairie grass or some friendly bit of sential to tho wrought so far on his STORY OF QUEEN LIL. protection of tho tin Itapid .jvas.&yWotiian. Ten hours later he of Illinois from Clinton to Chicago, The tiifibcr growth In the immediate Y. Fvenlng Post. own Initialise.-- X. fin tin way tcTCh'icago, "dressed in his little time table and folder from which they was plate Industry in this country, but. he And whnt is his rci'ommendntlou as would not say that so high n tariff regiii. p s. and marked by nil alio drew i he r gmeral plan was preserved as A .Vloment of Kinliiirriisaiiirii I nl a The senator has many of the same ns the present was necessary to trusts? Simply und solelyjthat conitevriitloii After Mic - I. .ii ua u recruit for the Plu.ippiucs. thong. i in uitnneic value. Nosto Its fi 1 attributes, directed, of course. In the His pence of mind did not increase as the talgia, that dread disease of all armies called gress shall give the subject "studied Her Croivn, As a matter of fact the Amerapproved channels of n higher civiliza ,JCorth Western carried him fiom Chicago in the Gcrn.au 'Ilcimutli," in KnglUh deliberation" "resulting In wise and juYoung Al lierry, son of Congress- tion. Some of this may be charged to ican Industry wns drveloped nnd nour- dicious action." It is a lame ami Imto Cedar Kapuis, .uiosj the Missiuippi into "IIomesickni'Rj" was fought oil" with this ished under tho Wilson tariff, which Jflie fertile fie'ds of Iowa, strip of printed paper and these rounh trac- man Al Ilcrry, of Kentucky, said n environment. The senator grew up potent conclusion. It would be gross Jy It is not necessary to go into the details ings on the face of the earth, time and time navnl olliccr who vviu in Honolulu with the lighting McCooks. He used to was just half tho McKlnley rate. To flattery to call it a statement of policy complete the story, n tin can manufacof Sloan 4 meeting with Mary Carr, nor the again. when the Hawaiian ilag was replaced hobnob with Kdwln M. Stanton when -jne ilbte p'eadiug on his part that before turer testified that the quality of or of principle. It is In effect a conTlicro was r.ot much soldiering to be done by the xturs and stripes, was in Hono court was In session, despite n disparity fession of mental sacuWy as to n mat.. io. 1 jj.ve him !.er plighted after tho July fight until late in Decem.lie " lulu in some kind of official capacity In yenrs. He heard Garfield preach, American plate has deteriorated since ter of iHiIltlcal discussion.-- - N. Y. Times. word. When the moment of final separber. Hostilities with the insutgents com- when I was there; once, and was on lived across the creek from Vnllnndlg-ham- , the formation of the trust, owing to ation was at hand, she said to him: In his treatment of tho broad quesmenced shortly afterwards, and by the thinnest; of the coating of tin lived In the same vnllay with "You know, and, I know, that I care for real war was again raging on the island of particularly good terms with Queen the natural result of n monopoly of tion of n Philippine policy the presiLiliuokaliiui nml her entire court. nnd In the vciy storm center of you how much it is not necessary to tell. Luzon. The day and tho night of February dent slides easily from unctuous exthe market. N. Y. World. y Let the way you do your duly at the front 4 will be remembered by Sloan so long as And I may say that in this regard troublo In tho old days. pressions of liencvoluence to blows he wns nbout tho only American who prove to mehow much or how little lam to he ,ivcs. This was a school for courage, perwith the Iron heel. The Filipinos are. PRESS COMMENTS was. How hc got there I don't know, sistency nnd lasting qualities. rare for you 1n the future, I am not sendDuring the day of February 4 insurgents lie "Insurgents." "rebels," nnd they must ing on to gieatuess, but, oh, John, I want kept creeping up on thp American outposts, but lie was one of your irreslatiblu fought his way to the front. In the busiMr. McKlnley does not be crushed. There may be an alliance beyou to ecme back a proven man, andand and then.-- w.w desultory tiring. That night kind of KcntiickiaiiK who conquer ad- ness world. No one ever got the best tween drent Ilrltnln and Mr. McKlnsee that these brown men arc fighting ythc dav you do I will give you my final anSloan was stationed on picket dutj-- , perhaps miration in hplte of nil obstacles. Ho of him without knowing that there had swer. How, and God be with you, till 200 yards from a Chinese hospital in which There in none between Orcat fur the same right for which our facould pay anything lie pleased nnd do been nn nvvfiii fight. llu never went out ley, nve i set oc.iin." thers of wcru several hundred Filipinos. The all manner of startling things, but In Kcnrch of friends, buttliose tovvhom Ilrltnln and the United States. X. Y. a centurytho American republic fought . Sloan joined his regiment, crossed with nml n quarter ago. lloston darkness of an oriental evening had World. them lbs h.storic Union Pacific and Central alreo.dy settled down when a number of these that only seemed to make the queen's he professes that relationship can de4 Post. There can be no efficient reme people fonder of him, nnd when ho pend on him through all kinds of weathPacific railroads, nnd came at list to the insurgents attacked the American lines or The message is not n frank, unequivdy ngaltist trusts so long ns there nro J'residio at San Francuco, where the regi- outposts at tho point where Sloan was offered to tako me to call on her ma- er nnd nil seasons of theyenr. He known ocal declaration for Imperialism, but n ment was stationed for a short time. placed. At the first scattering volley that jesty, nt a Httlu reception she cava nothing nbout letting go when, he has high protective. tarllTa In this country. verbose and labored effort to conceal The fountain must bo cleaned out beThe ssihng was on June 15, and as the apprised him he was under fire, lie ran like In the afternoon after the Ilag ceretaken hold. He Is not always tactful or the rcul purpose to drag the American transport, passed out of the Golden Gate on a madman toward his own lines. There was monies were over, 1 felt that I was politic, but he is in deadly earnest and fore the wuter In the hi renin enn republic uvyny from Its early Ideals, t. her long journey to the orient, he leaned over a ditch to cross, and in the brush of its hot safe In ncceptlng. pure. Peoria the rail of the troop deck until the land had torn was a Kirbcd wire. Becoming en- formal niTiiir and we It was u very in- Has the tenacity of porose that The election frhud disclosures In and, with the glamour of expansion and were soon in tho the lamented Zacli Chandler. entirelj faded from sight, sick at heart, un- tangled in this he fell and stunned himself, phrases nbout tho obPhiladelphia show that republican royiu presence and I wns duly Intromanned, a pitiable object to himself if r.ot while his regiment, coming to the front, Ulght or wrong In the estimation of fctronghold to be tho rqttenest, most ligations thrust upon us by destiny, to to he companions. One of them threw his pussed over him, and men of the hospital duced. Then the young man huddenly apposing critics, when Senator Hniina people to the arm nlnut the neck of Sloan and sang out corps picking him up for wounded sent him upset mo In 11 places at onco and gave ;liart out a course he is going to sail corrupt place In tho country, so far as blind a elections are concerned. New York renl chnroetc of the policy' which It . me n fit of the nervous embnrrnss- - It or go down trying. in g'eeful tone: to the rear. There it was quickly discovered If tiny of his op Is proposed to enforce Louisville 'Then stand to your glasses steady that with the exception of a cut on his head ments. ponents have based their plans on the In Iloss Tweed's time nml tho south i i '2 And drink to your comrade's eyes, In reconstruction days were fairly defrom the fall, Sloan was uninjured, and he "Well, your majesty," he ellcf that the prospect of rough vroath- - cent Hire's a cup for IhS dead and the dying, was ordered back to the front compared with the workings of that boyish and brcczv manner ,fM Is n new railroad, car, that bj vlll drive him to luirbor they will be Hurrah for the next ono thai dies." At daybreak word camo to the Tenth that not Jess nt home In n qtieen'a Quay's gangs of repeaters, thugs iinil ItsThere motion compresses nmmouln. own ijo mane uuicrent arrangements. i Sloan shuddered, broke away, and hid in a charge whs soon to be ordered. The capperjurers. IsidlnnapoliH Sentinel. his bunk. Overhead was Col. Hawkins, tain, of whom Sloan was so proud, was near man on a niuo grans farm, "W gas to liquid, tvtiicli In going through tree Press. A. Hnnnn is credited Harnett, Maj. Cuthbcrtson, tho gentle chap- him and quietly taking note of his wn'tched It feel to bo out of a ol)nfjl the pines expands und produces UnI felt like going Uirouiil kNnsh wns out for the pur- - with the Idea of organizing the 200,-00- 0 necessary coldness In the air. lain, Hunter, and other heroic leaders. countenance. Of a sudden lie ordered Sloan And although Sloan did not know it then, to come to him, und when the Utter ap- but J Jerry never jt ibMi.,m or more men who volunteered for .Viwvo bosses who that VtWIIIIILOD U'l there wai one captain above whoso thaught proached, said: ftrnil'lilniii VSISJ e mi camlidntn the tinny nml navy during tho wnr The fastest Huropcnn , H..... was upon him,' and whom he was to learn to "Someone on the picket line ran last night. I Miiumii iiiiiiu- - with Spain Into n "Spanish-America- n train runs from Purls to Ilonlcaux, I 'JJ call ".My Captain" to the end of his days. Was it you?" JIJCIJl, i II' lisUkeof Han- - Wnr Veteran' association" and with 3CC4 miles In blx hour and fort.v-tw- o ...This captain carried in his effects a let"Yes," said Sloan,' feeling a strange reMl.' s?I1h In both malting them eervlceable to tho minutes, or 12.- -' milts uu hour. Includter from John Sloan's father in which were lief come over him at getting the truth out. Her." itics nml "pnrtv" In the next presidential camlines; ing stoppages. tic "Well," said the captain, speaking very It cling paign, lie would linvn a sort of n "My boy is going to battle in your com- slowly, "you ought td be shot. As it is, fight The Loudon Trnmwpy and Hallway royal guard. Of course, Hnnnn Is mand. Years ajo your father and my to daj for God's sake fight " lirollier went to battle as comrades, and in Sloan went hack to thu hmU all in a flame, say promises of pension to tho World nave arrnuircu for an iuwiia .. 'tr";t tlonal tramways and light rally fcl. 4tLTl. thahrfitnrollictyo'uratherfel!, wounded the blood coming hot and then cold in his on my JMrt . Mubiirch Post. HUsflLj V&Mv blullier carried In in In a nface nf tufrt veina. Tho bugles rang, oiliccri shouUd, N. Y. uiuiiiqii, ineursi o; its muu . M - a vs. h?L iW tea - A BRAVE COWARD liiti-rcfc- - uiy TJie-Irritatio- n V ortii-wester- n -- nl - 11-- - gray-haire- d H North-Wester- n ln-e- high-soundi- Xorth-WcsUr- ui . con-tincni- e.i hs n half-boy- nil. far-awa- Pitts-Vbur.,!- sat-isf- y m North-Wester- n vo North-Wester- n mild-mannere- mlld-lookln- g, mild-speakin- -- ie nl ob-se- piic-elc- !,( Me-Klnl- ontl-slaver- (, be-co- Herald-Transcrip- char-ictcrlz- high-houndi- DIs-natc- snl i, long-distanc- pre-V-H- .. ' 'i' " '. T FORGIVING SPIRIT. Dr. Tali.) age Placates the World's Revenges. llr Iti'ciiiiiiiirnil Slurr Hi ii ii of llir Miii'.'linllnc- - rliic ami l.raa of I lie Sour In I) IhmimI I Itt ii lit-for-e - - ness ICopytlKlit. Jtniulini n. Iiy I.ouls Klopsch.J JkJ'9. In tlilt discourse Dr.Tnltnngc pliicitU'a the wnrld'n ri'vt'iijteo mid ii'voiiiiiiciuU of vhe more of the HiiTlitirlne uml ! tour In liuiiiniidlsposltlniit; tc.u, Kpla'-tliil:SG! "Let not the tun go down uKin juur Mulli. U lull n pillow, embroidered of till color, liiilh the tlyliiB tlnyl The cnulleof clondt from wliluh the tun rise It beautiful enough, but It It Mirpahted by the tunny colored innutolcuui In wlikh nt Buiitut uiiiong the mountnlnkl tukifc one'k breath away to reca the kcctic. The long khadouk stretching owrthe plain nmko the filory of thede-purlin- g the lll'top crag, and llRlH ktrueU nklunt through tho foliage the more contpleuuut. SafTron and koI1, purple and ciliuson coiniiilngltd. All the rattle of cloud In roullncrntiou. llunilng Moscow ton thctky. llniiKli'K garden of rotet at their deepett bluth. llaiineri of vapor, red at If from In the battU of the clement. Itnl-most cur-ling- o, owning It It burled. The hunter among the Adirondack and the S Uk villager ninong the Alpt know hut I a uutet among the mountain. After a ttorm at ea the rolling grandeur Into which the tun goe down to bathe at nightfall It tomethlng to make welnl and tpleudld dream out of for a lifetime. Alexander Smith In hi poem compare the tuutot, to "the barrrn bench of hell," but this wonderful ipectnele of nature mukrk me think of the burulthed wall of Heaven. Paul in hi prltou, writing mj text, remember tome of the gorgeout tuntctt among the mountain of Asia Minor anil how he had often teen the tower of D.iiiintcut blare at the clotc of the oriental dat.and he tluthe out that memory In the tcxtwhetilictnys: "Let not thcktin go down upon your wrath." Sublime, all tuggr the duty, for peo ple then ami peopic now! Forgiveness before tundownl He who never fecit the Ih rob of Indignation it Imbecile, lie who can walk among the injustices of the world Inflicted upon himself and far nud no farther." Mmiv n man nnd other without llutii of cheek, or tlath many a woman is having the health of of eve, or agllutlou of nature, I cither body ns well as the health of soul eaten tntvmpathy with wrong or nway by the malevolent spirit. I have When Ananiat, the high prlett, ordered in time of religious awakening luid perthe iHinttnble of the courtroom to sons night nfter night joino into the unite 1'nul on the mouth. Paul tired up inquliv loom and get no peace of soul. and Mid: "Owl thall tmlte thee, thou After awhile I have bluntly utked them: whited wall!" In the tentrnce before "Is there not some one against whom my text Paul command the Kphetlnu: jou have a hatred ou nro not willing "He jc angry and tin not." it all delo give up?" After a little confusion, pend on whnt jou are mad at and how they have tdlghtly whispered: "yes." :ong the feeling lasts whether anger Then have said: "You will never find ......... I I. ..!.. i itrif;in iir wimiij;. i.nr H t.. nf ,IV. .pence with (iod ns long us you rrtuiu "5i nupernliunt. Saul after Jntl&,Succotli. 'that virulence." OldetHi, Kornh nfffc MoeX..itc fter Again, wc ought not to allow the sun Patquln after Auguttut, the Phari- to tet before forgiveness lakes place, sees after Christ, and everyone ha had because we might not live to tec anlit partner, and wc are twindlrd o" other day. And what If wc thould be belied or mltrepretriitcd or pertecuted uthered into the pretence of our .Maker or in tome way wronged, and the dan- with a grudge upon our tout? The mager It that healthful Indignation thall jority of people dcjNirt this life In the become baleful tpltc and that our feelnight. Iktwcen 11 o.'elock p. m. and ing tcttlc down Into a prolonged outthree o'clock a. m. there Is something pouring of temper dltpleatlng to Ood in the atmosphere which relaxes the and riiinout to ourtehct, and hence grip which the body lint on Ihe toul, ihe Important injunction of the text: nnd most people enter the next world "Let not the tun go down upon jour through the shadows of this world. wrath." Perhaps Cod may have arranged It thnt Whj that limitation to one' nnger? way so at to make theeoiitrnstthe more Why that period of llamlug vapor tet glorious. 1 have seen sunshiny days to punctuate n llnmlug disposition'.' in this world that mutt have been alWhat ha tho tuutet to do with one' most like the radiance of Heaven. Hut resentful emotion? Wat It a haphoz-ti- n mott people leave tho earth between tcntlment written by Paul without tiindovvn and tunrite they quit this, think world nt it durkett, and Heaven, special significance? No, no; of five runout why wc thould not let bright, wilt be the brighter for the tun tet before our temper. that contrast. Out of darknett Into Irlong enough radiation. becaute 12 hour to bo cross about any wrong Inlllcted Shall we then leap over the roseate to exhnuttlng to bank of sunset Into the favorite huntvjpon ii. Nothing plistlc.nl licaltli or mental faculty a a ing ground of ditense and death, carryprotracted Indulgence of ill humor. It ing our ntilmotlties with us? Who tack the ucnout system. It hurts tlie would want to confront his Cod, against dlgotior... It hentk the blood In bniiii whom wc have all don meaner things and heart until the whole body It first than anybody has ever done against overhented and then depressed. Hcsidcs us, cnrrylng old grudges? How cni that. It tuuri the disposition, turni one wc expect His forgiveness for the greater when wc nre not willing to forgive titlt'e from hit legliimnte work, expend energies that ought to bo better em- others for the lets? .Napoleon was enployed and doc nt more harm than it couraged to undertake the crossing of docs our antagunikt. Paul give ut a the Alps becnuse Charlemagne hnd previously crossed them. And all this god, wide allowance of time for dci.i.nclatJon. fnmi ti o'clock rugged path of forgiveness bears the to six o'clock, but tayt: "Stop there!" bleeding footsteps of lllm who conWatch the descending orb of day, and quered through ktilTcrlng, and wo ought when It leaches the horion take a reef to be willing to follow. On the night ,lu jour disposition. Lit If e your col- - i of our departure from this life into lar and cool otT. Change the subject to the nest our one plen will have to be something delightfully pleawint. Un- for mercy, nnd It will Imve tnboofTcred roll your tight lltt nud thnke hands in the presence of Him who has said: as it h miiiio one. Hank up the llresat the "If you forgive not men their trespasses, curfew bell. Drive the grow ling dog neither will jour Henvenly Father forof enmity back to lit liennel. The give your trespasses." Wlin a sorry plight tf wo stand there hour of thlt morning will pnts by, nnl the afternoon will an lie, and the tun billing this one and hating thnt one nnd wishing that one ndnmugeniid wishing will begin lo tet, nud. beg t on, on It some one else a calamity, and we ourbrazing hearth throw nil ,our feuds, selves needing forgiveness for 10,000 s and satires. Other thli.gk being equal, the niiin obliquities of heart and life. When our who preserves good temper will come Inst hour comes, we want It to Hnd us out ahead. An old writer ns that the all right. Hardly anything nfTects me so much celebrated John Henderson, of lirlttnl, England, vn at u dining party where in the uncovering of Pompeii ns the acjiolltlc.il excitement ran high and the count of the soldier who, nfter the city debate tot nngry, nnd while lleudertou had for many centuries been covered writ spntltlng.hls opponent, unable to with t lie nshes and scoriae of Vesuvius, nntwer his argument, dnshed a glass of was found stnudlng in his plnco on wine In his face, when the speaker de- guard, hand on .spear and helmet on liberately wiped the liquid from hi head. Others fled at the awful but the explorer, 1,700 nee and Mild: "Tlilt, sir. Is a digression. Now, If you please, for the main years after, found the body of thnt argument," While worldly philosophy brave fellivv 'a right position, And It wll. be n grnfid thing If. when our Inst could help but very few of such of spirit, the. grace of Cod could moment comes, we are found in right position towird Cod, on guard nnd liclp n:iy mini to such a tilunipli. "Imby the descending nshes post iblc," you tay. "1 would hnvi cither left xt lie table In anger or have from the mouiitnlns of death. do cot knocked the tnnn down." Hut have suppose that am any more of n cowcoaw to bcllcvo that nothing It Impos- ard than irost people, but declare to you that would not dare to sleep tosible If God help. will uot prist pnr.t: till sun- - night if there were any being in all the Aye, jt dotiu orgi recess of enemies If you can earth wlt.'i whom i would not crlndly teml-ldlollc. rcnllrc that their behavior toward jou mny be put In the catalogue of the "all things" that "work together for good to those that love Cod." I have bncl multitudes of friend, but I have found In my own expcrlenco thnt (Jod hns to arranged It that the grcaiett opportunities of usefulness thnt have been opened beforo mo were opened by enemies. Ho you mny harness your antagonist to your beHt Interests nnd compel them to draw you on to better work Suppose, Innnd higher ehnraeter. stead of waiting until 32 minutes after four tills evening, when the tun will tet, you trnntnet this glorious work of forgiveness nt meridian. Again, we ought not to let the tun go down on our wrath, became wc will sleep better I' we arc at pence with pvrrybndy insomnia Is petting to be one "of the most prevalent of disorder,. How few people retire nt ten o'clock nt night and rJecp clear through to six In the morning! To relieve this disorder oil narcotic and sedative and morphine nnd choral and bromide of potassium nud cocaine nnd Intoxicants nre used, but nothing It more important than a quiet spirit if wc would win somnolence. How is n man going to klecp when he Ik In mind pursuing an enemy? With what nervous twitch lie will Mart out of n d renin! That new plan of cornering hit foe will keep him wide awake while the clock strike 11, I give you nn unfailing 12, 1, 2. prescription for wakefulness: tipend the evening hour rehearsing your wrongs and the best wny of avenging them. Hold ii convention of friends on this 'subject in your parlor or olllcc at eight or nine o'clock. Goto the evening by writing a bitter letter expressing your sentiment. Tako from the desk or pigeonhole the pupcm In the cntc to refresh your nJiiil with your enemy's meanness. Then He down nnd wait for tho coming of the day, and it will come beforo sleep comes, or your sleep will Ixj worried quiescence and, If you take the precaution Ut 1U Hat on your back, a frightful nightmare. Why not put a bound to your animosity? Why let your foes come Into the kAnctltles of your dormitory? Why let those slanderers who have already torn your reputation to pieces or injured your businwss bend over your midnight pillow nnd drive from you one of the greatest blessing that God can olfor tweet, rcfrrkhing, nil invigorating i h.rep? Why not fence out your enemies by the golden lmt of the sunset? Why ifot stand behind the barilcude of evening cloud and tay to them: "I bus 'ill my should, It, be dcul "Hut," horrid cren Rut Httln 280. SAMPLE BOTTLE lOo. FOB NEXT THIRTY OAY'l. that rather nwjTlia vvoum uie urst. vven.ir - 1 1 - d 1 nl-w- I I take your choice, for one or will be your complete pardo or 0 oil's cter-ia- l banishment o "Hut," says some tnnn, "that fellow cheated me out of those goods or dni nged my business credit or started thn He about mo In the newspapers by his perfidy broke up my domestic happiness, forgive !il m I ennnot, forgiv him I will not." Well, brother, take your choice. Vou will never lie nt pence with Cud till you are at peace with man. reeling h& you now do, you would a get to near the harbor of Heaven as t see the llirhtshlii. llctter leave that ma with the Cod who snld: "Vengeance It mine, will repny." You amy say: " will make him sweat for that yet; I will make hm squirm; I mean to pursue him to the death," but you are damag? lug yourself more than you damage him, nud you nre making Heaven for your soul an impossibility. If he will not be reconciled to you, be reconciled to him. In five or six hours it will bcl sundown. Tho dnhllns will bloom. : where?! against the western sky. between this nnd thnt take n shov nnd) bury the old quarrel at least six feet deep. "Let not the sun go down upon your wrath." Oh, It mnkes one feel splendid to be nbti by Cod's help to practice unllnv He', forgiveness, it Improves one's body and soul. My brother, it will make you mensurc three or four more inches nround ihe. chest nnd improve your respiration ko thnt you can take a deeper and longer brcnth. It Improves the countcnnucc by scattering the gloom end mnkes you somewhat like God He is omnipotent, and we himself. cannot copy thnt. He Is Independent of all the universe, and we cannot copy He is creative, and wo ennnot that. copy that. He Is omnipresent, nnd'we cannot copy that. Rut He forgives with a brond sweep all faults, nnd all neglects, nnd all Insults, and all wrongdoings, nnd in that way we may copy lllm with mighty success. Co hnrness thnt sublime action of your soul to the sunset the hour when the gate of Heaven opens to let the day pass into the eternities, nnd some of the glorlc escape this wny through the brief opening. Wc talk about the Italian sunsets and sunset nmld the Appeunlncfl nnd sunset nmld the cordlllcras, but I will tell you how you may sec a grander sunset than .any mere lover of nature ever beheld; that Is, by flinging Into it nil your hntreds anir unlmosltlcs, and let the horses of fire trample them, and the chariots of fire roll over them, nnd the spearmen of fire stnb them, nnd the bench of fire consume them, nnd the billow of fire overwhelm them. Again, wc should not let the sun go down on our wrath, becnuse It Is of Ut tie Importance whnt the world says vou or docs to you when you have th nflluent God of the sunset ns your provider nnd defender. People talk as though it were u fixed spectacle of nature nnd ulwnys the same. Hut no one ever taw two sunsets alike, and if the world has existed C.00O years there have been about 2,100,000 sunsets, each of them as distinct from all the other pictures In the gallery of the sky as Titian's "Last Supper," llubens' "Descent From the Cross," Raphael's "Transfiguratlon"nnd Michael Angelo't "Last Judgment" are distinct from enchothcr. If that God It of such Infinite resources thnt he can put on the wall of the sky each evening more than the Louvre and Luxembourg galleries all In one Is my Ood nnd your God, our provider and protector, what is the use of our worrying about any human If we nre misinterpreted, sunset the God of the can put the right color on our action, if all the garniture of the western heavens at eventide Is but the upholstery of one of the windows of our future horns, what small business for ut to be chasing cncmlesl Let not this Sabbath sun go down upon your wrath. Mohammed said: "The sword Is the key of Heaven nnd hell." Hut, my hearer, In the first day wc will Hnd just the opposite of that to be true, and that the sword never unlocks llenven, and that he who hcnls wounds Is greater than he who makes them, nnd that on the same ring nre two keys Cod's of us and our forgiveness of enemies nnd these two keys unlock 1 ranny-colore- d youi" Pittsltirali Diiiiatch. fe llrnl Is ILltll. 7lll llrill't inlntl mn HiinTtvwvV the tllinkt Iir InnMitnn rn. nr tntnllr tilpnrp i. !. moment. thn in n rillta VVttH rl After nn- - How long have you suffered with . . , TalCiCs rover a bott,o of fiimvuM Tastkm-ri. I'omi. K.m Mmilvlroiinndniilnliioiti form Notice no pay. I'rlecWk v I'ri xiTlptlini for flillln Noble Conduct. Gotrox I wish you to know that I nm a ilf made man. noble of you to C'ymcus How nmitno all inai responsibility rmiaucipliia Kccorit. Clillilreti AVill Not Die of Croup, Cold or Diphtheria if Hoxsie's Croup Cure it ued promptly. No opium. CO cents. A. P. lloxsic, M'f'r, Huffalo, X. Y. Tlint'n Wliul They Cnll It. "Papa, what Is "Agreeing with headjtrong people when j ou know they are wrong." Chicago Times- Herald. Take Laxntlvo Hromo Oulnlno Tablets. All druggists refuadmoncyifltfallsto cure. 20c Cyclist How Long Have You Read About "5 Drops'; Without Vakir? Tliem? Do you not think you have watted precious time nnd suffered crtMgh? If to, then try the "5 Dropt" and lw promptly nnd permanently cured of your affliction. "5 Dropt" Is n tpeedy and Sure Cure for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, 5clatlca, Lumbaze (lame backl, Kidney Diseases, Asthma. liny ('ever, Dyspepsia, Catarrh of all kind, Bronchitis l.a drlppe. Headache (nervous or neuralgic). Heart Weakness, Dropsy, Harachv, ervousne.s, Sleeplessness, Spasmodic and Catarrhal Croup, Toothache, Creeping Numbness, Malaria, and kindred dltcates. "5 Drops" has cureo diseases, than more peoplo during tho past four years, of the trade mark. all other remedies known, and In cae of Rheumatism Is curing moro than all the doctors, patent medlclnes.electrie bells nnd batteries combined, forthey cannot curoChronic KhrumatlMn. Therefore waste no moro valuable time nnd money, hut try "5 Drops" and be promptly CURED. "S Drops" is not only the best medicine, hut It Is the cheapest, for ntJ bottle contains 300 dos. Price per bottle. J1.00, prepaid by mail orexprets, or 6 bottles for J5.00. I'or the next 30 days we will send n 2! sample FREB to anyone sending 10 cents to pay for the mailing. Agents wanted. Write tolay. mmm isr RHEIMTISI ? 1LP nhovc-natne- il SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO., ?vytttjvi JOHN M SMYTH CO 160-16- 4 E. LAKE ST. CHICAGO. To ('urn n Cold In tine )ity MAMMOTH IvlAIL ORDER, HOUfl mSk LATEST l3 T50 ?WEST MADISON to CHICAGO 66 STV cetious Doctor "I'm 'nm down,' doctor." Fa- Rood many people in lit for tat.'-I-- un. "Well, you've run down a your time, so it's only m $16.75 PORTLAND CUTTER 1900 STYLE. first-clas- Thirty minute is all the time required to dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold by til druggists. . A man thould be ashamed to swear before men as well as before women. Atchison Globe. Pleasant. Wholesome, Speedy, for coughs Hale's Honey of Horciiouud and Tar. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. Is It Is a smart father who knows how his daughters spell their first names. Atchison Globe. I am entirely cured of hemorrhage of lungs by I'noi Cure for Consumption. Louisa Lindaman, Bethany, Mo., Jan. 8, '04. Fully Warranted to Give Good Service. s material. Kxtra Body Is durably constructed of I kfmb . Una. I.,iflliil favnt ltlnlm limtilanmn vssa ...VS. rnnrml dHh n shown In cut, Upholsterlne Fine Quality Tb cloth. Scat pads, scat cushion and backcushion removalilo. lancy danli-raltxxl quality nlKlotu rucr. uear is vnry Guaranteed Or.e Yiar. nickol-plateltmni.lv tnfliln. Iina ImnkknAM. tvnll rlinrwMl nmt nrnrpd with Nnr. way Draco iroas. nunnors nra sieam oent ana moroujtiuy aitor ocintr ncm. Host steel iln.es socnrolr boltMl to runnnrs. Palntlnir liodr. black, hichlr ool shed; war. UrnwtUir crecn or enrmlnn. nenlir strlivid. At nnr tirire. S1R.T,. this cutter is furnished complete with shafts and Is furnished with tho beat patent ad J as table thlftiag oar tor iront or siue niicii. Only a limited number to tell at onr special offer prico. Order now and bo ready when tho first tnow arrives in which it llsUd at lowest wholtsale prices verythlntf to wear nd ust.is (urnishi d on receipt of only 109 to partly .pay all-wol, $16.75 :iiininiiuir.n sent "Most men begin to save after they have all. Ham's Horn. rspostatie or expressage and as evidence 1of goocl faith tlx 105 is allowed on first rfourcnase imoununsvo iyy oraoav. fit OU M6WTWLV atQCCRY PRICt MT rwn.jfj Tim K MAHKKIH. --IVE fAI,VKS-Kx- tra Select STOCK- huti-H- f Clnelnnntl. Dec 12. Cattle. com'n 3 W 0 4 20 4 i In ti 2.i S 41) I HOUS Coarto and Heavy., Mixed iinckers.. I.lcht tliliKr8 FHKi:i-Cholc LAMHS-IZx- tra TI.UUU Winter latent 2 red, UKAIN Wheat-N- o. , No. 3 ritl.. . Corn No. 2 mixed Oats-N- 3Si it 4 3 5C it (t 3 Ut it 3 7S in 5H' it 5 ry 3 3 23 it tr it' !0 tfCM) SAVE YOUR of tag), 3 HI 3 !) ' (t "m 6S 32 "Star" Itye No 2 HAY l'rlin lo choice 1'llOVlSIO.NS Mens pork., XlLiTKR-Cholc- B API'I.KS-Chnl- ee o. 2 I.nnl Choice creamery dairy.... i , it 2VS it Hi fl3 00 (t0 25 i, 1C ff if & io in and "Drumraond " Natural Leaf Tin Tags aro of equal value in securing prencnts meutionod below, and may bo assorted. Every man, woman and child can find something on the list that tUyy would like to have, and can have 1 'HorsoShoo," "J.T.," "Good Luck" "Cross Bow," tiu tags (allowing small stars printed on under tide STAR TAOS. TIN TABS ltTATOi:s-- lr 4 VJXiVll-Win- ter hrl CHICAOO. N. in funcy. 4r a it 3 w ii l cs 2S Match Hoi S 3 41 2 tfltAIN COIlN-- No 2 red Wheut-No. 3 Chicago upHng.... fllW ii U)Vt 23 5 4 Kn'fe, i 6 7 OATS No. 2 l'OltK Met LAKD Stimn iVo , IS Cblld'i. Hot. Kiitrr. Fork ami hoon bait and I'oppfrHpt.onrracli.qtiid- to S8 rapl plst on white metal, ., Krnru llrlsr Wood Pipe 27 lUtor, hutluw ground, line UngUali Hri.irs,4Htno)ir ontblsd. Rood stl . , S3 21 24 Yt 25 33 ' 5 t ? 0 3J 8 IN cjm. HOUS-West- t'R -- Winter mtcnt.... HAT-N- o. No. 2 mixed 2 NnV YOH1C 3 50 to 11 t ctfl llutter "knife" "tr'lVlv plate" best qnslltr Sugar Hlietl, trtrle plate, brat qual.. SCO eter, Ilaroiueter Oun raM, leather, no better made. SM Revolver, automatic, double action, SM S3 urS8 caliber Tool Set, nut playthings, but real 850 tools Toilet Set decorated porcelain, -- Clock, Calendar, TAOS. Thermom- CO SO red Fun LMl Fnmllv 2 rtd. art. outturn ;orn Mixed at No. 2 white tve No. 2 western CATTLK - First iiuuilty,.... No K New met ID Western HALT1MOK12. tixttj.. ..... ....... it it 9 3 DO 13 4UW MVi 211 14 U 15 1 titfl 25 T590 17 CO &ZM 32 57 25 18 IS to SVlV 5 40 to 21 22 ern fr54 U r W C5H 2U INDIANAPOLIS. QHAIN-Whent Watch, sterling silver.tull jeweled 10V0 60 Su Uress Hull die, leather, handsonie 1IXM and durable "0 S'snip Iioi, sterltnir silver Knife, "Krn Kutler." two tilsilfs . 7S 31 Sewing Machine, first class, with all attachment. ......IWO llutrlier Knife, "Keen Kntter," n 1 Kerolver, Colt's, blu.l TS blade 1S00 .. 75 S3 steel hnrars, "Keen Ktrtter."8-lncn.- . Kifle, Colt's, ...1WJ Nut Met, Ciacker and t Kcti, rllrer 34 Oultar (Washburn), roMwood, In C Plated J laid l!ae Hall, "Asstvlatlon," best ntial.lliu Alarm Clock, nickel 160 33 Mandolin, very handsome,.... ,,..200i) Six (Irnulnr Rogers' Tea.poona, beat ISO 3 Winchester llepeatlng Shot Oun. t lated goods 2U0O 1UUKB Watch, nickel, stem wtnd and set . U0 donble-barrel, 37 Remington, ham CarTer., good steel, buckliorn S0O0 mer Hliot Uun. 10 or 13 gauge 200 handlei Mix Genuine Hocera' Table Spoons, 38 Illcycle, standard make, ladles or ISO beat platet goods 2VW gents Six each. Knives and forks, buck SM 3 Shot Uun, U'ralngton, double bar hornliandlea 30M rel, hammerless Six each, Oenntne Iloigers' Knives 600 40 Reglna Muato Box, UH inch Dlso..tM0 and Forks, beat pitted goods THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 28 29 neijiingtonKlnNo.4,21nrSlt'al. very handeomn SM 8u0 Corn No. OulK No. mixed mixed LOUISVILLE 2 2 No. 3 red.. 30th, 1900. if 3 43 2IU 70 36 26 FLOUIt-Wln- ter OKAIN Corn-MixOATS-Mlx- e-d Wheat ed No. patent... 2 Fed if tf W Tags (that Is. Star tin tags with no sm'll I ,tar, printed on under side of tag), are nor pood forpmtnU, lie paid for In CASH on the basis 0 twenty cents bat wilt hundred, If received hv in on nr before Mareh 1st. ltiW. IN .MINI) lUnt n dlsae'a warlh or I Cnaplol Nntirn opoiildl ilUtll0 FUln "Star "Tin pr I'OItK Moss LAUU-Ste- am a 6ZS 900 tf W will last lenarr other bran J. Send lags lo OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA Tells How He Escaped PLUG TOBACCO STARafford nsrti pleaaare than a ditae'a worth (VIAKE THE TE8TI COXTI.VK.VTAI, TOBACCO CO., mad f aay SI. Louit, Mo. the Ter row of Many Winters by Using Peruna. . SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT jyBn2J2nuH RHIcSt WINCHESTER Repeating: Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. I I cqul-pols- u pnradibc. And now I wish for nil of you n beam tiful sunset to your ennuly existence. With some of jou it has been a long day of trouble, mid with others of jou it w ill bu far from culm. When the sun rose ut six o'clock, It was the morning of youth, nnd a fair day was prophesied, but by the time the noonday or middle life had come nnd the clock of your earthly existence had struck 12, cloud racks gathered, nnd tempest bellovvil in the truck of tempest. Hut ns the evening of old age approaches, 1 pray Cod the sides mny brighten nnd t tic clouds be plied up into pillars ns of celestial temples to which you go, or move as with mounted cohorts come to tnkc you home. And ns you sink out of sight below the horizon, may there be n radiance of Christian example lingering loug nfter yon have gone, nnd on the heavens be written In letters of sapphire and ou the waters In letters of opal and on the hilts In letters of em. ernld: "Thy sun shall no more go' down, neither slir.ll the moon withdraw Itself, for the Lord shall be thine ever lasting light, and. the days of tby mourning shall be ended." bo shall t sunsei oi cnrin Decome me sun henltli nnd m' extreme nge to thin remedy. It exactly uircli nil my re- uiilrruicnta. . "I have come to rely upon it almost en- I tirely for tho many little things for which need medicine I believe it to bo especially valuable to old people." Isaac Brock, the Oldest Man In tho United States. 180 WINCHESTER AVE., Mr Isaac llrock, of McLennan county, Tex , has attained the Rreat nae of 111 years, havinc been horn in 1788. He it an ardent friend to Peruna and speaks of it in the folIt at VlsA Elite, llaapOa. t. Naeoar M W llYl low ng terms: WWMW puuM all iBrrkaa,.- rkkij l",W4. ((ra a..... ... bu.m.L. Mart... alka "During my long life I have known a great T.mje&Sr ww .w.... a. ' ,(, many remedies for cough, colds, catarrh 0..1 to C.,lM,;u.ufl..i,b wwl twlj ej. U lUti.dMlo u4 br and diarrhoea. I had always supposed these till 00 TT4T H. Hk..Flc'11IwfN, cut Ull wtl w4 but I nlleitions to be different dike.-ues-, N.40.11 wk4. v, UI m1 7M UlKVeUnti'dH, have learned from Dr. Hartman's books that li K all iM.rlria thc'' affections are the same and tire proper.n.it.l!urmfitltofnttUK8 'J ripi.Mr.', .4 ly called catarrh. w.tr. Ei.MlM.t . i..ttrfttl M M 4.ktO4 mi "Aj for Dr. Hartman's remedy, Peruna, l.h ml r iM. T.a KUS I have found it to lie the bent, if not the only uiki.. irn.fwj,nal)M mIt tt 14 .4 trS U .... AUrwU reliable remedy for these affections. GCM WATCM u.m.111, feCu.ibsL7uiiul,o: I'rrunn tin tieen my ntnnil-1i- y for in u n ' jcnr, mill I nllrlliute my tfiioil Mr FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by tho WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN. fiSaU fi . mm - - wStto 1 lla I Personally I Conducted I California I 1 Excursions Via the Santa UKADRRS OV THIS PAPER DKSIUI.Na TO HUV ANYT1IINO ADVKItTISKII I.N ITS COLUMNS 81IOUU) INSIST UPON HAVING HKITSINO WHAT TI1KV A8K Aid. BUUSTITUTES Oil IMITATIONS. Jv- - i lc Route. 6 .;? &' ri gj 9. Three tfnics n wecA: from Cliicneu and Kansas City, Twice a week from St. Taut and aiimieapolis. Oncca week from St. i,ouis anil Pullman tourist aleeiiing cars. before, At lowest llctter than possible rates. ltxperlenceil excursion conductors. .... i i.. AiiMiuaiiy pcivivu uciwnu v.lllta(0 and California. Correspondence solicited. T. A. GRADY. Manaccr California Tourlit B.nrloe. ' Atchison, Topela & Santa te RaUway, 1 Adams Street, CHICAGO, jsaac urocK. sis the greatest enemy of old age. Top Snap Itirely tree Irum eatairn is suro Complete Double saie anu neany out age. a iree BrrftU IQ.Jl rh sent oy tao reruna :ueai- - l4dirU nous, Siiostoii. FISH-TACKL- GUNS tvoiiT-Kit's CUfcAmHUuKLMWUaVRI ataVUB srrpum SsUAMtrM ttr ; 4 X V. u. M ta4 4 CLEMENT CO. !l!lalaSl..(ISmSaTI. POWELL ..-.ii- t. llenven. 1 A Uordll I'sN rajts. Free elves rOrtDCVK,r da).' trratm.nt lrCaTCV I qulrkrrllftamlcurttworst tsttlmcnla). DISCOVKKTt llouk of Ur, 11.11 U1W.E.11I SO.NB, Hox I), , I ;J K ami lit Atlanta, Oa. 9 j Tk 1 1 1 1 Dasherly 1 und well connected. fc'lashprly Yoi wife's nproo cepM lsHtsl.75.Aar7St7J.W A. N. K.- -E $ M iBtsSCouahBjruo. TaataaOood. Csal atfl IB lima, Bold py drowlsta. CUR WHtHt ALL ELSfc FAILS. H 1701 WHEN WKITI.VO TO ADVIHTISEKI ailease state that ou saw ia AdvarlUat tatat la tats paper. tfr-su- v 'N' ft V -- S v- saa-ia-f- ci UOKIIKL HEADS i Tim LIST. .. net Material, RQU3H AND DRESSED BEH, - LUM- - Doors nuil Window, Shingle. &c. Liniu nnd Counmt, 1 1 11 Buildon' Hardware, Paints, Oil, etc. ESTIMATES CI1EEKFULLY FUHMSIIE1). FEED STUFFS Hny, Oats, Cora, Bran, etc., uto L. P. &W.S. Ellison INDICTED. ', M. IrU1 llsrgrore, a Prominent Citizen of Urate County. I ' L There is another chapter tti tin and Goebel did likewise. Maad Stovall case In Graven coun- Tayloi's pluia'lllleH ranged from ty. It will bo remembered tlial 2 In McLean entiuly to 'J,3(ll iu Whitley; 11 in last spring a young woman tmnitul to ii.201 inGoebel from Tnjlnr Boyle Kenton. ear Maod Stovall disappeared from ried nine counties by less than the Farmiugton uectiou and htr 100 and six by mor') than 1,000. disappearance canard much talk Goebel carried eight by less than 8lie Imd been 100 and seven by more than 1,000. In that conioianlty. living with a Mr. Hargrove. Fl CUKFEDKIUTE IX LOUIS nally the Stovall woman appeared YILLE. he c o a u l y ami Id Ballard wore oui a bastardly writ ngalum Iluadqnarteni United Couf'd. Veterans ( N county Taylor carried said that no candidal u for Governor of Kentucky ever imi.ifn IN had such a fight made ngaiiitM him X an that winch waa made atiiuHl KKNTL'CKY AM 1VKISKIES, Senator Goebel. In Hie face of thene fauta and the further fnut that he received 11)1,331 vole or KOLI'J a KM' Pi) it U7.807 more than were cial for .Mr. P. Wat Hardin in 181)5,. Mr. Peahody Olul,.Il(uirlioii $1 M Old Standard, Limnilu Co.. .63.ro 'A 9 0 Mnoolii Oounty, It ... .. a to Hnebel'a enemies have mil been UHI Utilcl, .. ;o r .Mo II II til In llrnvn ..I. i.. .iu ........i.. ihiib uiMiiui.i- lining oi t ineir asHerilon that -ASifW lie lias mi following a mom: (he people, but was purely the candi- I)KAK Sill: I am emibleil to ndl, nnd hereby offer jon, four full date of the politicians. qiiiirle uf'IIOMiWOOIi"at veil ear old. Double Distilled, IlYK WlilHKIiY, KXI'MUSS IMUSl'AlD. Forivui'il I prnpose Io ship on in plain Knxi'x. wnli no innilte to Inuppiov All person, indebted to O. A. It nuil test It, iflt Is not Kiillnfiu)' are untitled that they must comu dictate cionienlN..., When 3011 Inn r. .,.... I. 111 ui.v expense ill .11 will ti'liiml ou $a00. This is fonvanl and settle. Delays are Miii 11 Verbuni Sanleuil must liberal ofli r. and I nvviui j iiir orders. Vnurs veri Irulv. W It. WKBSriCIt, Union OHi.Teiin. AN exchange has (lcured tlnil leaving oui the vote ol ,1 flVrson In- - 47,103 more than were east for John Young Brown in lM)li. And It Notwithstanding the extremely bitter flght that waa made iigiilnst Senator Goebel, he received more votes than were ever cast for n Dcmocratlu oauilldutu for Governor in Kentucky, mid U7,-80- .". 7 Itrnufi. Il...7"i ami not u parly to peiii!fe79 t5.Vi H nyl hi ii(.D4 .a tin til J)ll ' HOI AN A.M'I AC HAGOK CO., Till -- 1(1(1. US ;i IIUAII l . the law, and therefore! Inspectors at the poll! .Tp u K 1, i m.i vi can W. XL. q STE1R, Ml! TWHiliK A - e I SPECIAL OFFER" fr8:Mi. le rc-1 w3e m HC10K:JM-.3Sr- ?RVfl ?fc , wN WTAQOETS V 'lil' - - Hol-comb- o Ixedferd & Rogers i dan-geroii- "j 11 CO ennii- - HICKMAN M ALIBLE ( WORKS iai inrni. 1 : JPrb WaNI'TOSKIjIi you QUERIES, Queensware, rOM DILLON. Sr Prop'r, . Fi;esJi Meats, JIuy, Oatf, Bran, Lime, nnd Cement. tVyll ISJI BW ,J '3Km ftiTBii M:(rble and ui r.mf, 4r 4.) Grranito Monuments l H (' Hardware, C XT 3& D3 X 3r O fSIiXTY0UR '!,'!L k DOOR. , bsl Tooa Ibe matter rested until the present term or the circuit court wbeu an Indictment waft againat Hargrove charglm biui with false swearing in cote oeotioD with his testimony before the grand jury when an InvfwligH tlou was made into the disappear ance of the S(ohI1 woman. Hargrove ban gUfU bond, and it In that the prosecution come from persons in thb omntiiuuln who have a spite against him. The Indictment created inutili exeltemeul in Graves nn aucnnnt of the prouilueuce of Hargrove. d Hargrove. Keaiedj for Lynchis?. the persons charged with the enforcement of the law that the episode occurred, and it is hardly to be expected that the would take itriugeut aolion against the persons who took advantage of the negligence. No remedy for mob law has yet been devised which is efiee.tire in all Instances. The remedy ap pears not to lie In punishing inrin bars of the mob. Public sentiment Bakes It Impossible to puulrdi these people, aud in (be vast ma Jority of Instances to punish the members of the mob would be to change into felons the uieiij to whom tbe community owes it progress aud prosperity. The pre Trillion of mob law must be sought The failure of the authorities hi Maysville Ky., to take concerned aniion to nnnlsh the uersons con nected with the reonnt lynching at that place is In lin e with the custom following such episodes It waa through the negligence of New Orleatu, Ln., Dec. 0, IbU'J, Oeucral Ordvnt No. S'.M. 1. The General runiuinudlug thnt auder tha cuttom Mtab- lUheit by tho AimocIuiIoii, leaving the date of the n'st Auuunl Mvetluu aud which .s lu bo held iu the city of LotiLivllle, Ky , to the General oniuinudiiiK ami the Department Commander, by niiiuilmou nurevnii'til, the next vll bo held on the dales: May 110, Ul nnd June I, J nud 3, 00, Wediuwlny, ThunultTy, Friday, Saturday sad Hsadsy rvspec lively, which date-- liavu been Knbmit' twl to "Our Host" aud armiienccri In ' Mi iicconut ot the moid growth of the Atouuiutlou nnd (lie of iniportnut basinesi which will l prevented lu tlie delecatrs for their eon iiiderutiou, aud w hirh will demand ur at the romiiiK Stwoinu, Kent four tiny will In- jjlvun fur the Mwting, uiik-j- a nucJi uiallurs are soouer diniKMed of, uud m tho j;nitnl oldUoiiiiiiouwciutli ot ivi'iiluoky tTe He-unio- n IvfirV "TH-T,! sssHssHl HR c? JT - 8TONI3 WO UK of nil ICIiicIh. IHO VPRICBS "UriLL PLEASE &e., &o YOTT. s -- - mm . ii Hioltracvn, Ky. Bring Your Job Work to This Office fcs 4 sT r r r 6&&&&&&&6&&&6666&&66&&&i na Bsl i?'v MUBJWW i I attt-mio- - Hml-iiph- h through other channels. Uocbel Smiles. acy, ho lmvii Keen tlie liht of day on Ui day of Juno, Ib0, nt tho hMt where the Unptiit Church of Fairview iuwIialwiiH Cliriktinu, now iu Todd County. Ky , and m Sunday Juno 3d, IlKX) uill bo the ninety second auulvcr-ar- y y of 1)U birth, thai day will Ikapart for rcliKlnns aud inciiio-ria- l services to bo held iu memory of Wr. D.ivN. ''Tho Daughter of tin- oufe4iemcy," and of the tlioiiMiniU of our I'ecrless Sold lorn aud illimlrluus Comuiaudeni and leaders of the Con federaey who havu Kotie "to join the incctral armies cncauicd atnouK I lie utani." II With prido tho General ulo announces mat CauiH havu now JoIdimI the AitfCiiattou aud appHoatlous fur ur;auiatinu ua pTii received at these headquarters for about iiCK) mure. He urees veterans everywhere in HOud to tho.0 liuudipiarterM for orKatii form CauiH at onre, ami ration papi-rsjoin this associallou, so unto assist iu carrying out its benevolent, praWc worthy nnd patriotic objocU. , uy order of i J D. GORDON, 1 hjht-iallCom-uiaudin- g Mr. JetTertiou DuvU to the Coufeiler Used in MilltAkof Homes! Bstitutc! Accept m CEE, In t lb. pkgs. Insist on LION t&jsaszwBGxsri u by WJmM.Zl UKM HB IKS&fl IX J WtM KS3F3 SW34 V5? ssssa l KI W Best Coffee Jon tlie Money W&fififesb? X' i ! Try LION CORnRIiand you will ncycr use any olbcrrimlt0ls absolutely pure C(fre and nothing' but Col fee. Gold Iflno. These nrtieleshmilvd PRER in exchange for lion heads cut from front of i lb. hlOX COl'VP.n pkjis. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents)Rnt - wii Ill Ml 'jffii&p'wh lV ' ' k .. t I Ji . ;,' - t IHHI- . - 17I,'I"' ' kl Wf C iT l. Fancy Cold Rltijf. IhMi 4 Genuine ItiibyScttlno rHKUttlnn rw is I hmlBnil a nt CMs IsV K- (amp. l'i-i- 0 riprr., rTT Q Mldl.L.r 17(1 ll"i liraJ. anJ 2tnl .lamp. Avcrrflneumt-ti'- t Vri cli IrauM! mih - ss .IJCT Si -- "lJ N'-a- t msjcii , Cojioht0!e. KvKiMoi.'i4XUKtmn. k bii ! mm:iv uSM( n tllrer lilil . pTBEKBTH, H A""sSHi teErK-tesia- P .iirr-n wmmm mfw ! iWW9 IIm lTjiMiMMi rnM TMr rtr.eroc.inehlteltolkl ol Jiitert. mvm tkOn a 1 u v i u.xnliw. two viiji .ulr IaM tt ti m orfalmrr lute, taring the exact cikI ujiniiiUf--l I' h'evr UMEO. I i i : I TO lirrWtMIMJ TUS 8IZ- mm ASP FUVOb Plr of Ci i tbe civil III r.it atrip o( tliltk ii ilT iihtI lmi .Iimhii lnA''t ar uiiU svi'Oiiil .Witnf Ihonnifi'r Ijh o. t l . n tlm JUnnilU at e 0. mi. I uixKr tuc- iiuinlr U' oltier end - Inli. sic. Dress-Pi- n Sit Cent Knickerbocker M Watch. Olvrn lor 175 lion hp.ls and i itnt 1 - .r Stamp. Ijics Handkerchief. it ta lin- -' !..,-.1- '.. Art Picture, ClnMtlnff" Hast I Imt & lrm .wrapprrs Oastcr Otntral Oomwnding GliO. MOOKJUN. cfrD Sasli-Hc- lt rialM IfW for IS lien ht- -i all.) m 2 (iIimi i 1 laughed aud shook his bead when asked If be had anything to nay. "Not a thing; I am not talking." When will you make a content! 'l have not decided yet, and I, nt course cannot discuss what 1 do not know myself." The defeated candidal c is game to tbe end aud if there la any ill humor do one knew it but himself. Frankfort, Dec. 9 Mr. Goebel was apparently In the bent of hu mor alter being told that Taylor' He certificate nad been signed. Adjutant (Jintral and C'Ai' f Stjff. than mil ilmp. Ilirm liitnti bfrrr nm mlliit-ijnttr l villi lialKlMnr t . r.-t I mm A OI1IT1I.4UV. Died, at the family resldonoo, in ron, Tenu., on November, 7th, 'W, Mr iko Thomas, father of n Sallie near Hickman. Uncle .Mlko uis a brlKht. (,'ay old fellow, tho idol of a foud wlfo. 'TL--i uad to think how lonely his wife will bo without u kind litis band's smiles. Let us look to him ho dootli all thiiiKS well, uud say: "Tl y will bo done." ShaPat-haVI tltt ttr. it rui' t..! H,IU-, - . , wti pC". a nil it r nt !i. I - krl i!i, r aH Hllll In. nintnif uHl I'm n' i 1.. kr ii l fullr f ( tl,n 1111 1K ul. I.-- mi . t i. r rtraSii n.i i IiuihI . t n.I!fi.l ivil turf. CUvrn far 8 IvMd cut K 1 - at W...K-.- I K nlcl.i-ri.ncl.er- 1 br Iscwm, " skUb is Half en li hi in, ti.sohitia h r oi a t ll l.i-- ; ti hvli aiwl rti .l r- is in tin loi in in., r. Ice aa A 44p. liU-h'- v a 2 cent t and linckle. t Lndics Watch Chain. A VnM MtMt of snlnCAttiial 'ft1 WrnlKn yar tntarralt IOi iJjKS stamp. (in '"' let IS Un '! n UV 4 liJ if.nl. uiiiIkI lN iwi..n-- l Apalrsl tui tAailtf thirl. flvn Ht IN Mm Call Mrappar SVfl mm! IIh1 )c. Cat IruM (. tlicff'i. i .1 r.xiii 1 lie UtcltkH'i mi .' a II. ut ifteii. "III Iritifc, U " "l Chlldren Plctura Iicnk. ' (Mtmt i- Ocnt'jt Watch. lion hsaiU IgP:'$&&. 0 - riaHol lr unit-M Im- - A SUUE (JURE FOR I'ROUl' Fire Years' Couhfnnt L'kc ' Without a Failure. report says that rural free Tlie first indication of croun U hoarse ery Is being vigorously opposed by tbe aaloou keepers, who Quil ucim and iu a child subject to that sign of as a it may that when the farmer is not com tho approachbe takenattack. sure Following ' of an pelled to go to the village for hu tjils lioarseuchs is a peculiar rough nail, be forgets and neglects liU cough. If Cliamborlalu's Cough Remedy is given as hoon ns tho child thirst. hoarse, or even after tho cmupy apnears Bradley declined to par- cough It is used it will prevent the atGov. tack. in many thousands of betdon a fool who was fined for homes in this broad laud aud never ills Brown would be elected apoiuts tho anxious mothers We havu ' ting that Governor. A man who was Idiot yet to learn of u xinglo instance iu io enough to make such a bet which it has not proved ctTccluul. No preparation cm show such a rec-- ! should be sent to the feeble mind other twenty-fivyears' constant uso ord ed Institute instead of being held without a failure. For side by Cow-giresponsible. legally & CowKiU. Hickman, uud A. M. Shaw, State. Line, Druggists. IN 189G only two New York dailies supported Bi 3 an the Jour- Tbe Postmaster General In his deliv- Twenlr ft nil. ojiIIu.I I.lf-t- i MalUJ Irr Lion Coll i r t tr 13 llonlirJ pt'r iitul a i. HtiHC. Nnpkln-Rlnjr. J.nl ni.rtpU iib'.Mlsiii-s-Kntl mt fiwn Jinp. r.l Stl'.l and .lamp. The III ll t r hradu ti rliMf. liiivv iufp llhistratMa-i'l' f Mail Jt.nt 0 Hon H"- Iml t r iur Hhitc , 'lll. III uu. Iits. I " la .n hrs.ls . 1 r.jBl'U k Mi P su fumlstivs I'liroprlBic - nViiM ii tin little (til and fiuueM' a 1 '! it uu Irrnlr forlur -- rj. vssKm rTTSBaSBi lnitl . uiwr lliiv)iinl ii luci, tim4ruBC at tt)ia imiuwinn ( )i) kt iluril .UUi vriu-I wmiukI nmt stun rn. Sll'lll Ii vcr H fJiTifWIt ln.k Inc. If litlxitfr wlmcni. hin '" ill I Flower Picture. j"ii i".n ft i uu i nit. (lis-ras- e Silver stump flibsUiiil a' M I nl of Ihomnkrr llaM.' t mi' k. ty sniiutii Hiutra'iiM for 1? IS linn brails ami n plntt-i- imui, t tt ami vi-- r 1m,) i. IxitUrni. llttn.ut Coln-Pursc. v si (r8l r ktr a til An Century Cook-lloo- k. Ladies Inlet nlmi l Willi I MlIlVl.I'MiS a ti i k l Pocket-Boo- K'ni'i - i. a- - ami lllsi'lc , i'tli-r- K Mli 1 IM'lllB fu.lnilf ' c!ii also Cvi, lalVtt ti' Ml tlM wn. assiwflc c( i nt tv ( i 111. ill..' uk gum ,i ...;. .u- i rf xcf'mY jL, Par 8 linn IicbJs nnd a Ai.i.-ri-i- ' nal and the Dally News. Next year according to the well inform ed Verdict, he will be nupporled by tbe Herald, World. H enlut Post, Times, Journal, News, ami vv. tbe Brooklyn Eagle aud Brooklyn BOLE AGENT FOR Oltiten. The only newspaper him which will be strongly against Union City, .Tenn. will be tbe Sun. Press, Onmtuer and the Mall and Express. The opposition of White-laTHIXTON, M.LLE T & CO, i Reid's Tribune will, it is said OWKNSBORO, K JJUttllors, bs lukewarm, 4 4 OLD GOLD J& e ll on Inn; tl line iitrU l:or IS lion licail ami "Uinp Ct'l-iit ii 1 Mml l i.l l ullM-- t . mmc wi'U ilioim rig c. till kclnt wmi-U-- rliam k' witti tint' loin vHlini; m nrc (liven lnrJS Hon IteaUs llun I Uit ln -' Col tea vrerpern and a 2d stamp. 1 lu nam lun win.- - k Mom himI lor Ihr imifw nun Dion .IImhsus divan kr IS lien din Iita4s Mini a 2 cent stamp. -- tl' U'i il 1 v An 2c, stamp. Il.'itiitv ItoMNi mil 1,1 lie ofMW US 21 ItKlIM lllltillt ilnir. ?? w it Tlie Dancing Lesson.' I : Tuble Cover. !V7VTtXa Lndtes' 1 Pcn-Knlf- Durable, n ana iuoricil ulori .YrtutkBLh HIS Por 5 lion hratU cut (rom Llun Collee wrsppota and ?.. (lamp. jiy t j, i ,i i tcri.il Ii iiiiIIi a nl clr K. attU JV ft i III' tree , 1rk i ret Boys Pocket-Knll- e. . t it UK WHISKEY, It. WEBSTER, er I7iHL VflKMHjrtW& jJlMr rx l,.M...PIPIPIPIPIPIPIPIPIPIPIPIPBsWi ? auMr? Tiiiv11.bjBi".v nAJ sW2f shnstt.lllllllllllllllllKjL - i 11111 vmJv') WIH t'lasSaTsSaTsSaTsaTanrrfTinT srrrrr A. for 25 Ion hi-a-d li"f r AlOIIM and a 2c. stamp. 'I fu.ir tl ll Mill iml W 'I' ItlR "111 hw ri"il LSKBUMBBt (.,.. TIk I Wa1'- MhhiK siiarp - HI ll.T" 'Em I"h pr. n pia a iMU'il. Por 12 llwi hssik aod a 3c. tUmp. iNNUuim a coml ItiiHionnf coix 21 in. lua riulltil lto lor n's siliu S Itan head nnd a stamp. and t'ci-n- , tlio llttlo k.iuu ml th piM f don white ussassaaRaRicssMK hv reatl-- Jr'rftAnmmk: tr: op Tim LtONCjlTrUPRrsflDMS. Another mlltt Thrr rdrttlltulprcmluRicvoroWerrd " llt lll JHassssssssssssssssssssssssssssUr "' piiro tlie Wlaa H tint for- pratnliima snd mr letter In Ibo 5arno rrrtops or II nt'irr than I linn heads are sent, you cart packairc with th linn hcad onvn ut Hi. p.liK l Irlmminif Addrcas allmarvhi, toAsk your crov.er.fbr lurne MKr-Illustrated prcimiim list the j WOOLSON S SPiaE ' 0,7 Tolaclo, Ohio. p-iir. I l t , r.4 .. r,SM:v bid w .16'. I 'Mb. .V " . . ; wi, the lies. lrol mM-- e !: "7Kurwi uuaavasBB " " J -- ? vM- - V J