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near the JnU oath Book Storollj Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTION S I c Cull and sue war Stuck l thing up to date erI DIARY BKRENDKS S Co i I 1 lartletiIJDI l I HlllloPor Iu Wm VIIIr1uk DKALEK IN Fancy roceries an Provisions tOKMArV KUfifVQKY FREE DEL1VEUY l nIR1111llfH i j I o MTielts Shaw lit r Stat4- rr t M visiting at J etNk Callat Taiaplayi M irflL ttk th r 0rJ air d T cr r y x tle o 7Kr 64sch 1 kn of NovrM dri- v IIss BeaaloI Can tltbeeay u slate our Hides Furs nad Game SttAX UAW ilU Shaw jr attend d dances iInI t 1ttkustt ir W P Blakeinoro spitJfltavrwk in Middle TonncsseeSisitinc 14IIrestItottc Annie Lncile nSd Molt t j UntoGUy1 L ItlrM I Zra Green a very worlby m nn liV accepted thopositiou oler in the 11 CJcuiaupoit white j Tom tad Wuddy Oardner of Tor r JrTtnu attended the dance atBhatrIi INoudsv night c- 11r T Fortnto and sons L Iio I ldaI ble spent 0 It i1l+ ktrell Ti Luca iug ama en n- It t H 0 AMBERQS- ii ki Commerelloanerlast week and gave the OOOIUKR a pjefisant cull i1LHoD R T Tylor who leas be eisreportedi no a Bporc time I Judge Jno W Oowgill who has Ijwn dungerpuslv ill with typhoid reoI vet ia convalescent and on the road to permanent recovery Rev Archer Boo hlr entertained SundllYBCmboolltt IcMWca Nellie and Nannie Rog entertained Miss Robins of New Ate H3 Mo with some other young guests uE FridayJ1 ur citing social evont of the holidays IMrs Nnnuio Kingman entertainedI yqcouples of her married friends on T ew Years day at the home of her la ther Mr Geo Warren viz t Mr nodl lire Ed Prathei I1 and Sirs J Mi1 Htbbard Mr and JfI1 Will Baltzcr Mr and Mrs T T Swayuo and Mr andi tfrt J II Millet ofMrf vs tho occasion of the highest enjoy wnt by a largo number of our most ac Cijirfpltehed young people The pha appelUllucejt mbr that aids to make all happy See Buchanans Cost Prices on Shoes an l fiats I LMssca Leone Fuqua and Ivey De Bow held u Iret Years reception on Thursday evening ut the residence of lltJI E Fuqua when many of the young beaux and lassies viol with each otberlu paying their respeots to those two young sooletj tavorites Tbo of- niu a wits charmiug and delightful J Old People Mode Young J 0 Sherman tho veteran editor ofr tho Ycruioutvillo Mich Echo has dis revered tho rtimurkublo eecret of keep tug old people vouug For routs ho has voided Nervousness Sleeplessness In digestion Heart trouble Ooustipatiou uudjllhenmutbm by using Electric Bit tors uud ho writes It cant be pruis td too highly It gently stimulates tthe- kiduoy toiitw tho otouuicli aids tligus neat and tiV tilt a splendid iipptnito It hart worked voudors fur uiy wife andI mGi Its a inarvnlouH rou dy for oldl atf1allI euf stores SaltsiIHI18 worldwido fame for murvollousI sores It surpasses any other Halve 10 00r118i1I llupltuuiiNfor PlllJ Ouro guaranteed Only o at ulillntt stems It lf I Il i I 1 Kii K I M T J Ia the Iahla CJtttrclr SIIt Ia oUraU gjreif Cowl nt Iltilylehll 1 Hon WnrMtjafrd of BeDt0 adttby Gov Bradley tVtrjI the jiijjr qttite faffiOBs oliar b cave iu th raves clrcnlt eoart raeenlly rwfa rfetedv I faitTljresdera r oetitlyI given p wciUl mttcjrijff the fead whlol existedl m ifcl waxPlotwho profess tile belle riwahVlWai hiss Baptist church nr ehulltAi ly known us HknUhflls Tto4 cbw rub user Pilot CHHsla Bn old t+ rte and tbr oougregHCtlun Ift largol j r yoat oar orflr13Nnre ago Kev M jJtJZ fehI tretf ttlerjio1 ontlrp lIllIIIlIol hitiII IfItflM rteaJ oontingoceutsnod wire rltlPou8Ihlpr1iIIYlh g t hts j bydl t church was not ru1iIlaI islet orJbNliq present mid Owl ifuvmem brr vraN notI rrNpouNtble fur byr J tttKrhl en It mule mid tied 111m f uviree Upon UIIM proposition brJtee Mjaitdgigrailnally aroe JIlt of fiff1 111111 remarkable VodiiI HfurHtt j choirs uu record RV Kiriianil H HCjtltJoIlfHOherShd HttraltlhtI1I uilu sJarfrtit + ho had hit nlltaIIIiIIII llltd W + It ntiHultz mid fn- A I Nrat Stlr a ocNaNhil Wttr rAt NHIlrknuaC IilNtt beituWI III1 IlNtttlrll hN LAY1 Hat laln t llt f Hint ilinroli ah alli 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mauufaiMi rers lo f gethet with the proprietors orII several large deparlinont lItor8II and other iihlhnthropic citizens dwhoBm should conduct bin affiiirs for their iiersoinil InlereHiH lire try ing lo Yet uiuigreNN to IIUXM a tatv admitting large punels uf Ins I uhaiidiNt lulu the niiiils ut u lowt rule lit postage AIUDIH the a- I r gnuienlM t hey ureoeiii IN the factI that in Great Rriuin the pxntnl- u 0 cents fur the llrst pound tut I 2 cents fur such adlitiniiiil pound1 thus making an 11 pound puck t age which jJe the limii 1ItP41l nnlv lit centi nod then they go into by lerlen over ilie great tWlltOlII unil convenience it would 114 y the tilaiii people lo huve such n THIN of piiHUige for Hie in iicini I SIHJI oi noir Oh risi ina prenentH I The winder IN that they do noti ask Uncle tutu lo urry their Into k Mges for not lung IL A hint to tho wise is sufficient I will Hive you a out grist aud save yoi 4 uiouoy ou Yutph work lUll everything I Il i iu my complete lino ol good Jewelry Bon BUCK 11 IliT44 n iNfr s- fj r oIth1 iet i a etrfda f butt f 1Y r 1 t f faettlter I tt11 y sr4-N I 1JltoellHI ail fsgitlIt 1 Prltildegtl Ib 1 bal t Jjp ahttrtthte J erea t Doorkeeper K febltttlr r 1t Enrolling Olfjr Otis Heniiett j 111e Uelaocrallott+tari r llililtI iiuiUd Hon J o 8 JBIarftiiirii lr r Ltf 1 0S Senator sad he will de c f rlpuleii on tile Jute byttho party etf N of 83 tiu 66 trThe imuiTfl lu the Governor w oonti t have beea lerveii+ and fuse compel committee 3 from the rt r tMtait find 8 frost the Hoanf oe trvttkd tiylot TliinoomMltte e In empowprfd to heir nil teeilmoiiy reportr same tti tht Lpgig Uiurt4 Thecoinailtifc will be en I Kuged Heverftl weekw jierhapn on t leihf the seNetnatr bd thin time tria C11111111N11eeA l ten111Pwjnr S truMceethefuyrrarrrhNe poiijted trrd Eleclidlt 0oleixlssias Nrs 4- rrsiYnstir to 611 rll tlelereNlPi b 1tkN r a HOthoritv of tile Governor to ap point und the Republicans have Hlready flied suit claiming that Mr CommisIIstoner had forfeited his office by accepting a free railroad pass and denying hid authority and that of Judge Fulton his colleague to pre8owpUonbo made until the courts decldtr which is the Board or they may rtcoinlzmgItscourts decide afterwards t eThe Bribery BombII Tho sensation nt Frankfort this week was the bribery bomb ex ploded by Senator Harrell of Lo gas county Senator Barrel so fur as wo have seen any publica lion stands as a strictly honorable and upright citizen and therefore ia to be believed when he makes these charges Beside argettfwith offering the bribe has for yearn been notorious as the Louis ville boss and for years charg ed with being a political corrupt Ion lilt Whalens reputation therefore justiAPS the public fctill further in believing the charges ttijide by Senator Harrell The Senator says that Whalen offered him t64500 to refuse to go into the Democratic caucus and help efeat QoebelJ that the money was placed in n box and deposit ed in Ithe liooidvfllo Trust Com Qvr to Senator Hurrell so tlmt he could betniyhia potty The Sen stet gave the number of the box thedDemooratiu cauuna This appears to he n titer case of attempted bribery and shows that an luv corruption loud In at work and pnHNihlywas in the recent tits tion Whalen claims to bo a Brown DiMiiocrnt who has bqen cooperatlnu with the republiuaiiBi For BARGAINS illtClothingt Hats Shoes c go to Buchanans Closing Sale 1 dt 11 I r IJ Jdt c J a = i = tn Notable Happenings of 1899 SET DOWN IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER The BritishBoer WarWar the Philippines Bio Finan cial Failures Startling Disasters and Crimes NecroloUu Politics and Sports Etcc c m e e fl a e e HHITISHltOCa WAR Mar 2Ok3 Chambcrliin addre cs parlia tnfcnl on the Tll1Davaal May 10 Arrest of 8 alleged British officer in Transvaal forCOnzqIrC- y31Confevende 4 Blotmiontein between Pres Kniget and Sir Allied Milncr Jul IcUDNew Iranduse bill pahcd by mad CtJlgnAug note oltera to make concessions on condition that Eng glandabandon claim of suzerainty 2SChamberlain replies melt terms cano t be considered Sep Chambertern insist on joint inquiry- to make wire ito nullifying conditions cxiK behind Krugcr proposal 18 Krugcr answers with loss favorable pro poMils than before 22Britaln formulae notn Ih3t abe will prepare final terms fOranite Free Slate votes to aid South friwii Republic tJ l2Utn Sir Ucdvcra lluller Appointed AfnovBoor must with triellAlloouRccment iKat wir woirhL be iu effect If a in OctilC 12Doerll iirm11I Nal- a13Armonalrg11l ellllllrcd by Lom at- Kraaipn qoldeizid by ranlvoUl reo public 11 Kimberley besieged by fleets Alfn al train blown up near Mdfeking 20 Gw Symons mortally wounded in bat tie at ClfHCO- c22Oen Kock killed in battle of lands laagte 31 Itayal British fufikcrs No 10 mountain battery and Gloucestershire regiment surrounded at Ladysnutli and obliged toI capitulate after losing heavily tOmllehnJinostrmmtLadysiriitli16flera anuoied tram capture23 Gin Methueii wins wHip at Belmont 53 killed 117 wounded and 18 missing 28Metbuen defeats Uaeiv at Modder river but with heavy Iou Dec 115Uritshunder Gat cre drawn ntt trap at btormberg and 072 taken pnll eoara 13 MagersfonteinGen Iossel63aso British troops again icd into trap 10 guns being captured I destroyed 1007r casualties 18Gen Methuec communications cut AVAII WITH TUB Fit rrros Jan 2O Filipino congress at Malolos adopt oonstitutionand votes confidence in Aguin aldq tnlpWring him to dtCla wr agaTn23ti llt AD1enCnll AgulluldohdrepublicFeb night jttivk oa Manila but repulsed 25 Aineriijn ael I diers killed 15 wounded Agencitlo Ulipino rpsentntive tna1 astuot MII I IaJIo fc afJ M UribJp ctI elegranal rer Philiupioc island 13llng Uen Millera force capture Iloilo OMniUl Island of Panay rebels fire town AinerfoanSfr ofCebureportedMar oflaisg0 inMaaaln3GMaj Gen MacArthur outers Malokss lastedI and fled Apr Lgua lOQ CruzProvI7ilipso capital tal Sail Rcrnando since Tarlae1sctralFili oftheatllaJerGenOtifs without definite results olint Filipino municipal government atUaUnacand aaMSKil elected 16 Man laidro important Fuipmo town taken by Lawtou- 22Ag4IieaLdoa commission meets Amen thatPrtllI governor general to Ite appointed by the ytheappointed by the profiident the head off clcimrtinenu to be cithcr Amenrint nri 1iliist or both and general advisory council lU members to be chosen by the people by a fonn of suffrage to be hereaft uponJun of Spani mil troops sai from Manila for Spain 3I IflIFC3O under ILawton Wheaton andI Oveukhite defeat Filipinos at LIDUhf i4 v OM oil both tide 16 Adm ill John C Watson arriveI at Manila to atcume command of Asiatic MluadionIJul I7Var correspondent ii Manila pro test against rigid censorship of press dil patcliea or Gtn Otis proclaims provisionalI civilI govornment on Island of Negro capturedaiadI Sep 22 Gen Otis attempt to imitate policy cpIoved in Cuba of buying insurgents arnie jaiji 24 mbardIngOr1prisonereOct proclamation re pemrittinghiitinoI go home 0 CcMorahip of press dispatches 19 andl from Manila abolished 10 lunrfcnt capital moved from Tarlac to city2G I civil governi meet at San Iidro I 31 Imurgent capital established at Bayon gong Nov lFilipinof routed near Mabalacat 12 Americans enter Tarlac lJMltj John A Logan killed while lead ing battalion in battle at San Jncmto 24Otis reports that insurgent governmenl- eth no Inger he said to exit troops an I ottila1 bung soattered and Aguinaldo in oongrcuIxsfdinouMes all further connection with in urttction rlrortstt i bounga has unconditionally surrendered Dec 10Oen Grcgorio Del Piiar roramand jag Ulnaldos body guard killed in fight 18 n w Cervantes I3Uen Tirana commanding in Cagaynn voluntriy andunconditionaily surrender provinceIDj Hqnry W Lawton killoUI lIteoIlich20 Oa1ambl RCMrtESS IILunu Invelvlnrr itablIttle of halt n Mil lion Dollar or More llnnU Gcncrnllr Jan 6New York A B Hilton voluntary bankruptcy 2 30007 no aweti IG Boston ILimilton national bank volun tart25Kanais City Mo 1lanter bank 31Rujsell Kan First national bank San Jtwe CalI Union savings bank Mar 2lbnk of Cobden 111 8New York William Noble builder voluntary bankruptcy 51027400 9Limi O American natlowd bank vol tntarJjlem l80 Tenn Centinental national bank voluntary 13Lagrange Ill C V Oilletts private 22 bankk2SKhNldlh Mo V V L Iilppucott- prosideot Ijtnpuicott Rental Ce 91000 000tri k8ia6astt Apr WarrensbHrjj Mo Partners sad1 Merchants batik turns butiMM over to CUIMIM IxMk Hrookl N Y Fisil ton honk d to tMbics beak 01 New York nllAimallunner t McKcmie 21 I wringsbankJun 5Cocheto eN U sating sad Cocfo co national banksirat bank of Skg uay Alaska IoileujhtonVi Danecounty CatIMo- kItIn GslaTOdo Miners bank at trede and banks at Hooper and Moat Vista ONew York henry Post banker wlun tar bankruptcy404th 3OHa1 tttj JlKB Sp nfor a 11aor 75000- 0Ju 7Sftvincs bank af St Paul 8NHes Mick CitwBs MatiosMJ bCsik 14 sailagsbank17St Paul Gcrmawa bank 21N Y National luilding Loan Aun 832040 Aug IoAlex McDonald king of tke Klan dike1IJ000000 Sep 5Atchiwn Kan Mti Ml bank 18 Penn Yin 1st national bank 20 Wichita Kan Davidnon lavestnwbt Co 26 New York U J Slass olothing mn SmoLOOctIy D A Siyre CoI bank Nov 21t 1 chant XiOOfOa marIutlaadbury koabsnk7OO00- 13Bank af Lthes tia Yankton S D savings ban- kttutte Most iantler lerchutl tank Lebanois Ind CentrJ state bank Dec 15 Boston J P Squire sons pork packers 10O0OO- 016Boston Broadway nat bank IProdule Iti Trust CoN Y U 649 000 Port Jarvis N nit baUc 21 Boston Globe Nat Bank 70 Boston Lovell Arms Louis SiegeMIfllman Dry GoadCatt2l000- a 11CtuU4 Disasters of Various Sorts in Which Six or More Live Were Lnl Jan uptottingslu1 GuM of Mexico 8 by eiphuon an yacht Paul Jones 9 collimonwrecklsrma AndeytNoe1l24 miners in snow ounrin12 burninglOttleItOff South Carolina ccatt 0 by wreck of steamship U ilium Lawrence Corncr stoNe Ark 7 in burning homo1R Tex as during l days intense oeld 14 fron byflugtmine7Newtor hotel qoJene27Chle4lGhair and felt works Apr 3 Joplin Mo 5 by caving in of a nat row trench 4 fiureka Cal 10 by capsizing of steamer m harbor 7 Wa1lace1 ineIowlt18Near Beverly Mass 11 in wreck of fish liZ schooner 27 Newtownla15intJClone29Carnys in worksMar in lAke Suo schooner27Near wreck caused by wahotit Near Hardecviric in burning Iaome1h Bijou hills south of Chamberlain S D 7 by cyclone brnkjngthugh30Toledo 0 fl by upsetting of boat Indiansby7 effecta8Rol Hollow Ark 2SbylancLahdeIn viciruly of Austin Tex 25 bycludburst and coRRtquent floods cyclone13herman practlm1lyfrehct20Dunbar t29 toundaring skiffJurailWayJrouing13 duetlhI l drownedIIMemigrantwagon31hampton Va 7 train yellow fever In 6tbraslainqhuntersdnnvncdS 0duringrtpaiiingdagine7NesrdrownedJtdynamite278parkill N Y 5 in St Anns convent fire 28bifoqo 0 l falling arches rf newfoH bycapturing ftllSOliexploeonwixHeEtftagOITAmhonatbult byynctIGNoar adobe Mans N M 8 by collapjing of stipwrcck24Ratiol Jt i ig IIM- riI I2it1Jtzznedu5lni U1It while trying to say flocks 26Fairrll AalIt in a fire iusTdpwye5Chisgo12 tlOJFrying lan shoals N C 10 In a p 1l4l1dlluteliJItcidentalry in Adirondacks by hurilers On Upper Yukon Masks 10 drowned caught by ice Jam smtDet1 11 hunters acridentall kMTed caIlrsfSn eteamcrNiagararepofejlost t 9 Cnrbon Iitl Wash 32 by mine xpjo io6Lake Superior Whaleback barge v lS with art if of U men given up for I lo- stltew York 7 in tenement fire 23 Quincy IlL 12 school children injfire explosion2Newwreck 26 sear Aihcro II 7 IndIana by canoe upsetting JCltlMRS Jan 3 Pauldina 0 exIestmater- Brewer GA kills wife and laU JOAnttea Wisraadn1 wreck gfflg of ipd04taaJSPItUdpbia Qro Arcs falnlwuti4- wiles I lover sad kills wife and M5L Ireb 4 WeatiMter 0 Prank ilair MI Kd Drorani Mary Andenwt amf yoU Jealoosy Mar 1 Alikehi eourthoiue ia Ctwetaw na ties Ualla Tasks harotd far mttrflfjr tAtheletooe Rio wife and 4 ohffuran or J UiibetH MBaLniird jit a no TennlJBlV JIrkpPson hr IebiJ 5g self IW 15Dlcpi Tn Fd u tn ft arHIjii16flu LCityft J1 WiihI aid 141SM UiakJv I- 2Lmraqe tad C I r her2 children a Apr 6 Albany I irtUilItiPi wife baby Itraa 111 7 dead town okdunder martial Ilaw as raral of bdII 2O1rHat0 CB factional tight h acre htfabtnders results in 8 killed sad 2 fatally wounde- d21Near Maiden Ma Mm Jane TaMatoo and her 4 ehUdren found Bwrdared Mw 2Near BenudotU II1 Jt J Staita shoe divorced wile nd kill self jJJ 9otwyOkolona Miss Dr Wm Iandiadispuiennr311 90 agedLillwom1 Ms baby fatherin lav 17 West Alexandria 0 Frank I kiHsdiwreednile her iteraRfhj9O4eJdbury 0 larnet Austin ed i3otiselfaleIIborJun flJul1 Near nOron md Afrsd Veils Mrs4eeTnrkr1 I band and XiiIICI mother and self i 17Manchestrr Ky howard lJa kJgSibundd20ear f MaLt rtlldI OMCanonAuuIDttroit Mich Mrs Mary Sfren 14lK kills her 2 children and self unitetos- ebure werk a Udrcn10 Indianapolis Mr Ernes TJaldWtrpoi non husband and 2 children the asoels deadSeil Web Mrs Eame PUUps self16Carterville tbe tween black and white miners MaIneykills4 kflbFranked love fll ievAerkilledpJromN18Near Redwood Fall Minn Frank Bab innNovinJ6JDec kiD wife child and soft li 0 andw2SChiUicatlie 0 W J Williams KW hit 3 children and himself i lInIl- IorerrtlcolnrIT Tho e Which Cause large Loss or 8sfferla buaaeasdisnCtiISNewSork building of A J Camntyer p00000Feb1 ahiuineMtiAok7flOOOO 7 Wianibeg Manitoba house MOCAQ buildingsIOFrankfort O 000 or I ansa 12Chicago A C McClurg Coi took More M30000 bdrflOOOOOCofl bat eatabliahmcnt 500000 15Brooklyn navy yard machine ahps 1000000 28ifolyoke fjxsrahouseApr 13In Hock and Keith counties Neb prairie fires wrveral lives lost 16 busriessbuildinr coutySD1 OOOG20natfllOI4000000 28Coney Island NY 200 buildings SJOO 000 Jun 4Rcpublic Waafc 23 bldg 2MCOO Jul 4Memphis Tenn Gayoso notel 450000 Mrtian820000COSep 16Iromied Land L I Amer Ush tries Coa plant tCJ 000 firoa2ONorfokPauihMpital DutonberryN Y c6lOth warehouseBeddingCo5 WireCossrtl1fD1More12Moiitrca Vian Bros biscuit factory 5000SO lniUdlhia J1 U Llnpincott li I tft 3000QQOD000000 flII section21Detroitlection30RoriPOrtionniapFOR1flN ordayedtoainoaa GermanptatirwS3 action of conwi In Samoa Fe SkylullIG 1riicdcDIIfIPlflxYiCtd ji R iulKlL t7re 1 2 lit Vrto t1lIUIe iLrSaailasndlar Spankh tnhv Ap VSIF8 dtaUr in Caauilo Mcx caused UtiI of 11IVH100 12 JeWl fqrbldden to irakli ill St ly e- I 4 I Ifttfubul1fri aag in Yeachenif dhitrii of Ichowfa China f Catholic pnV murdered anti 18 chapels wrecked 15Pear coaferenee called by ctr of Rut ala oltfnrd at The lingua idoinatriesrep- reauied M do Stoat tU614 antstwac- lor I to Orcat Britain made president or 2the25Fire destroysI 75 homes and store in St John S BfW00M00 lOIN Jun 3Spaniih queen rfIIJIt maconce- ressin of Msrianno Caroline and 1 amos 2 islands to Germany 3 Court of cassation in lana annuls vet diet of courtmartials in 18W and orders 31 retrial of Dreyfus Jhpa StruJ fa inous musical composer diu in jonas IT nern S Phillip his wife and Mrn 36 Seir miiNOimneik with 7 native converts mscred at Kiefl Yang 29 New Frearh cabinet formed with bee ator WaldeMloujweau an premier 33 Governineot of India adopts gaM stand aru JC International council of women opened JilL I IfrUirasid Duke JerK bralker ef Utu MM rur diN at imperial palace ift the Caucasus iged 87 31 M On th es HmrMUx pros of Sn De IIl I 3lirsiouonaI peace conference holds its 21 tiri lilt IrAug s ItI reported Mezkao RovrrniMat hs Yaiiui Indian rrvok wU in MIMI h- aketli so 1 nJian in f ooom IDrtus tnal begun at Reams France 12 Two mn attempt to MMMiuUe M los 1 Um vumw for urtrtw Sep taCapt Alfred Dreyfits e MW stestat 1 high treason by coMrtmartuI antiaen tened to 10 yn is prison a French cabinet MeiM to panUn Dwy gli1 i 20 Dre faa relcased frogs pruon J t Vtl 3 Anglo Vut ii tM howt4a1 nln deisioa tt Psrjivoa Ut kit tamissylChudbsint J I ateI SaiDomTifoNov 4U s Gt Dritain and Genoa dii oivp tnpartitc agrwinettt rtRavdiusc Sea moan u ands u s gHaraaiee pow Muea of TiitwiaIe I iaiurgoaiakiled3aeperor mrf ceased at Windsor hy Vwtonn flee 3 Utxieu troops kin IS YaqisI indians iu battle near Ceaori 3KUd5 pillage Arraeniaa village of Xe persoosI2Erthqake of 51Oivy people22At40 periiL Belgian school oWi ftrtD drowned by treakag tltreuah the Ice on a tkatmj poc I7IDCSTRIAL Jaa13bowsaggummssulaanrematU S comtoia at New York apttat t t50000- 00lJoh Mitchell elected prej United Iittbisrgh2ijrdge ItalutallLecdiox 30000000 pottery interests organize I capital MOUuOMO I I3Soall muufadurers combine eapital 50 oooCOO ft combi81l1z8blOCOCW Mar 1 American Steel and Wire Co at Jollat If raises wage of MCOO employes Jrornlt1 lr centarlou whisky CApItaIVages tlf 1I00 stove nIdrs raLied eapiCaIfJOOOOOOI rpontN31nlJf 134 corporations pitllockApr 1 Increase in wages in otttoA mills of New Kniittd goes into effect the resto ptnIItADdrpw of 19 000 empioyea in Pittsburgh sad vicinity 10 per ceR- 2OTreable between union and nonunion inbloninsad mul cauaior Ilos of 150000 and oneI 1 tt inPittlharcbl seaLMay and riailrgIGEictus panaengcrinjured11 Waskingtoobnins17 Brother nood of Railway Trainmen in GrandMasteropposing Sunday trains Jun 7 baited States court of appeals in session ILt Mswsukee ears alleJIlab w applia solely to common llaborers ex empting clerk and nfl kinds af skitlad ar- ttaal loWatI of OOOO employes in iron and ateel maaufactunna industries rtued 31 per centiig ConMtidaied Cos 14 street railway lines in Clere and 0 tied wag12Itiotingled in de struction of 10 ers and injury of noire of peraonn including many poitemeiv 21As a result of aelUementof coal miners strike 23000 of the 30000 slnken return to work in Missouri Xan ai Indian lerritp7 and Arkansas 21Street raiiway strike in Cleveland ended practically A Tietorj k zway concerns f2W000Julrated at Trenton It J cap 112 000000 12 Consalidition of wrooaht teel iron and tube indtutritit effected in Ness York 80000000 perclILlor30OOOtinSep 13 Tnut conference t35 states repre Chiero15Af pree anti trust or aniMton formed as resull of lOn ferenre in Chicago 20 Antitrmt conference began in St Louis presidingOct trike ittied after lockout of over 18 mos during which many lives were sacrificed 20 Pullman PAlace Car Co of Chicago ab sorbs Wagner Palace Car Co of N 1 Nov 22 Omrnertiallntlultnal congreiu or headingshippingJ presDrc of 300000 Nm Ungland tex tie mill cinjiloyes advanced incrcaw be- Ing 10000 010 it ear 13 orUcUieplioneiouiiiinc l tHrn tioiw Farm runion organized at IlinEiiainion N Y to maintain produce pure 21 upby11YCIIIXGS iuloonkeepr lJohallFob liNear LeeabUrg Ga mil Holt Gco Fort and Gsa Jiivenx assault Mar 15 Palmetto Ga 0 negroes shot charged Avitn arson 28 nogrot1JILnchedRflv a rCa Wt- t23t1iarIcMon S 0 John Webb antI wm Toney nozro boys 18 years old killed by rtlbI of wfclte boys Anr 11 Dcorfield 0 Wm Kmneman i tarred and rfeathered assault a 1nroluuirnod I ranfordMOeccnburningMay JiastOnl white charged with harboring a jJunAdared31unelori Fla 2 negroes lynched by tonJuLcharged with niurde- r0Frerianduihle 5 Ind Lon French a des I21TanS2flambridgennstonMoIrsnkKtltbretassaultSiaffold UItWirnotmumdecSMault robbetyilton colored burned a church Aug I4ear Forest Ga Solomon Jones I negro lIIM nX 9 Aralta City Ifwi Adolphus Brown col flarrfioedJ unknowntOftI 1 I I SnwtJJ wk4te I charged with cattle stealing ihadporsoes Mrishea lisisredintptoabsLNov SNear CoarUand Ak Albert MlasV I I asosuhiILoomiloM I Wm llHfi ahirsed mrderDer il Ky Diek Cottman I negro t burned at stake tnHrder bftJasI near Bolton MIM rotinler and assault 2 3IWTIOhIOlOflhIt t aOdesbelow I hoseFebl l Atlantis cosM llDawag to fruit from told in Florida ei U000LI0LMar 1 1 in W Ya4 by wortt wad in loosJ history CharlntsK aJmett Ton tirel BaitdestroyOOt 10 Sharp flaihes ef Kxhtning and roaring ChippowaFallApr UtIoadat SherWin Wyo cancer ret property Isues 2losii blockade which prevented train daybroken CeIoDewttIeloHolIIr t frolllbruitOrMantRehfr 0eyc4oae trike oolhoe M 3lJr e IlajiscedIsby rataJan c Bdswri 20Msreleld 0condbssnt 21 rpedbrl Mwrragrc7swept sway SJ MhvuJul 3DeTJTn wssled away by flood kdertrsyedand 35 lives 2 portiondestroyed2ln Deaf untj5S D 11IUI etrip of by 10 Rufea destroyed by hail detNlIutIUllmunIndire city 1 Panee entirely destroyed 3009 killed In Ptutedflnhi eleotneat storm damaged IOOOCu6 m prarertr x Sep aeirBoTrliij Green 30 oil derricks 4rpsdoNo MawnfromDec 7Btwsk river sfley Wek AoMeJt nutbyncnotoor exgsvMaine17J IU YOUR cong Ibrahian at Wash isjUn nr ii iiS 2ft rsGavArkPct 7 ObieeeaGAton agrdM Mar I1Juen Farmer HeroeVn farrarr lord high chancellor of Gt Dntaia dm representinjcommission aged S3 2JCong John W Cranford Tex at Waihi Kton aged 30 12Canc W L Urea Neb at Omaha 37Prussz a Kaplazs so JjOllolht 114 4- 2Fries n lierpont lit Ccv W Va- a8llut of civil war governoci at PilA burgh Pa aged 8Q Apr IRear Admiral C Co Carpenter Ire tired commits suicide in a HO UM saoitar h DJwtke Stephen J PkM of U Ssopremeeoart retired iI- n24fkzov nihhtgUn and exU ft San Hkhard J- Ogesby in Klkhart III aged 74- Mt 12IxoO 1oselfP nower Nat r lAtportt I I aged 64 Jun lEalov J iltA lIuter at lIsten vile Ark i aaedi- 22Gor Wm III KBerbe at Sellers SC 1 sped 35 15 LebanonMo lalumhisPNewmanji 73 21 DflbbeFerryA atNeJI8nLittleRock NYl ReadingPa titPleuantPortJendOre HirrisatMaalmi25 Uhas Grant Allen noveJUt in London aged 51 atNewAlvirh3auudrrs I 525EsGoyMinnI0Conl KylIGal2Iico Pre Garrot A hobart it Pater IOn Nlj1 dB haywardSO17LientMariettaauuhington10 I ayoternNortht62OProf 11I I1tDaltianoreiIUOItTING SanlrDnchoo7 runninghighI p Mar 7 John LSWMR at San Jose Oal i ins 1 1tin bleeJo nice I fl I5tetcr 11cgclsnsn1frk wins br gocaOUIIIOIII wAlking uuiatefi 40- un m 9Jas J Jeffries whips lUbtFiteJni mona in Illth round in prio fight at New York for world championOiip 1Cbs M MurphYltl by locomotive make mile see NtIOriH3A A Unaen in Minneapolis rWr bicycle 1000 m 911 bra 41 tutu 4Uunu Pierce in 1httadelpMa lower hi C tiuncfool Tom lIlkjat Hareniirawl 18 tide he 111 XU 105136 Vbwonq ago Llf2iUe wagon paMngflahtimere no mjwi tar sets 00017 ems on machine InS hilas- in11 Eddie Melhiffic at Ikoeton MOM rides b cycle 2 in in 251 IiNaC Ixwcuf b kebatl season ends pr ecreUge bin as fellows IJntOkJt CS3 Hotous Oil Philadelphia 1II haUte more 331 fit Louis J7- zi 1 PitsIurgh itO eriIuwavLJe IP ken t MM 6riassimy Nfl th New York KO M IsaSh hw 41 Hria Tkird and Hskl rut ia sertes ff Anier 155Kistsror CalwiAia c4allMtgtr mfMtnit the Sfrlloward i pelt loam win uuitareetlrgiate YorkNov r IIsland Yei decision so noiiUa after 21 ruOsuds with Tow tlUiUvI I tar world heavy whi champioaahttt IOMIJl1aNap half w ht 7 rord lowered to 41 0 ill Tarlif owrt I m pored biryrl- VUMw 11- 0tisor dies Oraaw fines l wih ample i Y I dos 17 hire 37 nun IJ Itfrt 1t4 wins 4f bour borsch reco rt tt7 ro 11 r- nD2 II11 r chicago fnouhsfl team wine western eUftir rhirnpus ship by WkKosmn MIr and Waller is Ni win ida bicycle sure rnskisz 24i es UII Y VslissmnswisIiyvdsinll3Se- roa UJtcnlICIUW MATT1IUN VrrlnlnlnK isieeInhIy Iu Thins Pollllrnl nolnl ttplltiluui sod Ulita lanai Ian 1U S flag njnd oer lUvMi pel are noline traMfw af tvvtmsitf over SpainC peace treaty sos to US senat- e1Cowannary Gen Ran t Hifyt c be fillHenMember of Coll leKuktMre a tiiaiM tk em i lit instance af tM kiwi an ieaL19 CtibMi evacmiian somiesassos rapartt MdI dissolved 4T C Search reelected pros Nat AM ef Manufacturer at tiKUSMU 2J Verdict ef diaInilahfremshIrHYI- ce wtthavt ft tusnsjaty pewed on eEUM martial lor attack an iso Mrs Feb IA G Patter rep Wash okxted- tO U S MSMtA- ft U tt noiste rauKc AfAniiiA e peee UMty 57 to If Cawt los OMMS HUKM of Cuba loaves CanllpIM with hut nf Spanish Mklier tins tomplistimj vms nation 7Prea rtdnce Gen ugaas Kmtoiiaetfl A yrt mupciMleii 25 44aveI 4 3 0rDeuce Um arliaif era Hmp a and Mbtey U bo roar ad Minis with Sehley S mtmWm M aflaMe of Ssnipon tivalrAprgay At IkatUe Kin Mm Chu Tet ten is elected mayor afi members f e un cii1 Ale women 11 RaliScationM of pre treaty exehiiroM in Washington Bellamy Storer noised II minuter I- 1Seru Spain Quay oiiiiited in Philadelphia and us appointed by GOT tilane to IK vacancy till nest Jfcmlature tactic 5 Coisrt ef inquiry report dsFKot of chemicall treatment of refrwerattu boil tdelAyebuksor an ntitncd rat tn and etammta push w from blame May VCcl Fred FdMton ttth Jluin w 1 vnterm mivde hnt jfn I Serveflelorm17Presbyteruaas of L S in 11 Itlt annual tIaneapeh4Natl2 ary mf ltin Itnln UI 2 Arthticfley paYale2 4CutsanMUenlIenD IriltK1nominatani otWJ Ilrysn 4 Diplomatic rastiofM with Mpain btcnall Apr IOIt51fOfflNIJ rwttmod L L tufaisterl inaugurated to auteesti0ev KIIerlle III ceniesl0Speaker Reed rewfn as member af wn irrepJul I atLondonIndunapoh5 tIl 7 OreR13 dcaealrestanaAug aa secretary of war Sep 4Gr n l Army of Republic In 33d nat encampment In Jhi1adellbIA eYe1andfalltlrt IS openedin20 Yorkharbor29N val parade in Dewey hodor in New York Oct 2DpYfeJ arrives in Wathingtan lcavnWahungton6 degreeof12 atPhiladelphiaChlcapoZlIome lJec1formallhintNofollowsiNaeh ndJi4cmM1CranewryNebntCOrep I 8U 8 k Britain and Germany agree on partition of Sauna 0 Admiral Dewey marries Mrs Mildred Hazen WhIngton house7Thos inJolfttl3lxSen Allen appointeI to U S Son appointedmilitary18Currcncy bill passed hy lower house ofcongress 100 to 150 20 bantuel Gomptra unanimously reelected i Irtroit20Formatconvtnlion p rvn it 1rITIqyJr r iiiwIjVV J 11 1LA Ll A 4N tY6rt10 t 4tfaF6t4 4 tFE i4 MI1 t 1 1- e Y STATE ITEMS OF INTERESTiU t II r APPOINTMENTS MADEII filey Taylor Vclrcji 1Yt II 31nrko anti A 3L J C ioirnu n Mute Illeutnu Counnllontrn Tnylor d1 W II iluakoy antiQoubel duinnerat und A uI J Coohran ruptibllenn utnte rJeottoH ooniiniwionem Tho repuuli1 can minor state oflMalHoluct whottOHlMtei will oonio before the board havo not dtwfdod exactly Inlet courmt tlioy will miratio but UH Clerk Shack iUord will mvwir In tile democratic ooinmlMloHMrM nppolntwJ by Co linnIr nloMor 1nywt It In prolmblo Taylor K iippoteUo Will IruUtute ItNtndm proeoodlaga to gvt pommrton of the l I 1cIllnp potntntrau good bxt they do sot din tfuin UI fact that they regret t11 vomplliNitloM irrowlHir ont of the rort IjrtmtloH of former coiiinilwionurM Pryor and ItllSa A trw awtt cring m tnUom of th Ircialatvr bogiM arrlviHg Wednoc cay sad It U ntMMUd that owingr tt the unuaunl loteraot growing oil t u the eontMt for lMttlur andI lUuI tenant rorrroor iwnrij all will I- litl rr by Niturdny or Anndny IfrlttlMlJ- lIt nKlovUdK fl msnbslon r 1IN- hie I l 1111 wt Mthatt dlseellre t u ire+ v tjMMit asvonr MW of tlM auU torhrl dlaoereta to yfva kiss N boom fur rMOor Jew Ihi m miMllMlly for 1eekMra TROTTERS FOR AUSTRIA M V U WlUun lave Ahlpurcl a Vnluabl- tfuruu u uf llor pn JuMBlgnril fti Vtatinn PartIre 7ltoagteu Ky Den 10Q n WIN1 aM IMC Nhlpprd to Xvw York in bin plliett4e bore car n vuhMiMo eergo 1IJfdI Tan heal are the Imp 1a tnhN ycarttHg goto to TmlMor VT II ll fra t BUrton MeL Ave tare thrwrwwoW heaths horror owned by listit a fcunpm sad biwd At 10 fnrrn t Dr It U Norwood In Utto alaj and ire am trotting broil tisane eoiMlfHtftf to Theodore Me- tetttiyr lit OMKMI Itn Mr Mor 7hNUeJor ig r TUKTMI fur rxpnrt arr to b tlwil for rrr 1lBir trotters la that covntryI- MIi lie4 Ilnttlr 1 nr lomlon Loado K Dw 30At the Swttt vulwgr Un Milwi west of II- dol oo u Wllll MTMNT Jowl BtOU tow e the iiglkaa- e i tMt Himiit UN UhHMd to faoa 11 earl not ioaonr WillfaaMranff WM ifcot t3iagls UM Uilc sad la UM body protMlriy fats y Tit MawMM arc reported to Imvo do M the oA Uvo aaooUng Ne nr rrlr ItatTluD Knnd HiiUTtTMlra L iMUIe Ky DM JOCoL J L ItoHanui who MM in ekarg Ute JAW tea fa xl oaliMtlon for tibia w tAonI 1 hr arse thlH otter IIn the iatwtwt of tiro fusels Twenty tbouaaiMl MaiMer altd ICnqf artrtdre oaralr kulrwt enrriwdLlvta read will be fA ren away one with erery imbiwripllon of 36 otMtn or store AM a heroic IIIHH f1daw andl obtain n MHiveittr of the late war ICuCkr Yrnrtonrr WnBliltivtea nee 30Che following pealonItvightHtrile atto Jolla It Dye Mayweed W to SB Iltd 4 wnnl henry NKchky dad MnyHoWI Mtj Hour LNff0brft ic It lt vuet 1 14 to W7 minor of Ktlward Henry MUHikky Mayflcld 10 Jtaeliol Mo Clusky SS IlurhntndUuAnut6 fOod JchI iMnJOll DofM t Ri Doc 20Inf- und a I fight at the mouth of llnoior orouk Clny cxiunty Vmlnwnbiy KMI Doling wan hot and Idtled and Due Doling was wOhdltt It ht reported that IMuaM Ilidier wlio killed his brotlior Alex IH befog hunttfd down by tlio Ihllpot tfaotlun and will bo shot tjn night They Pared n slob ItopkltiKvlllf Ky Uoe 90 Frank Koiinor till colored confeawd HwmlU silt of JSnnlnr lubimoN tliu white bor whoa akull WHH orrahudwfth a rook ifibi TliHrwlay wa rtsmovod to Hun I fur ott Jail Wednandap artglit for n- itutgihlE bcoauav of mob rumors JolitiHfln In nlmo t flood rnlntlnl Ilmldrjtcr Jlurnrtl1 1JolIfton Ky Doc parThe fa I ijipiw Hurt iMuea At Varmllli o t pnlntlal riMlt i nuo of J H Cannlon a noted thorouirh1Jr d lircoflnr burneel to the fruiind WeiinetHlay uftornoon in lila aiweiKf lION 4CCOOO 1 1 flay Iliillil n Hrliitul At Cui mil In Coteuibla Ky Dro JQflu board of pGuentlon of the IoulHvlllo confcr onoft of tar Mt K obiirch lotitlt mot lero TJiiirifhiy to uoiixidcr the louu tfon of a large school nt ihln place rjiriulHt Vntully Iliut- Joull Nlllr Ky nee SS1111 lC 3hiK r n cl1 enlist employed by u Cu foritln iiKHUml uompnuywhilo iiiHprct l lug n now laboratory nt tits eompanysI factory TiiwJuy morning stepped oa n too board and wns precipitated to Aho floor below Ills collar bonn waii bricon and bo itHtalncd perlmpa fa fat Injury Itunrnnc Jtlnon Snlolile I e Jllolmiond Ky Doc isJ L Boo t i aU1eliteJ I r ICOURTS MAY SETTLE ITT Quptluti of IVIio Hlinll Pill Vncam cle In the Hoard of Election Uo nun liclu item Frankfort Ky Deo 28glieatfon ooHccrHlng the makeup ul the staru basal of olootlon cninut fiioucrh ma bw brought before thn oourtn halos the ooinmlBHlonertt sit ns n content hoard to paw ipon for eluinia mudo by the domoomlr ouuditfatoa fur the state onion below that of lieutenant govornor which are now hold by re n IH nontentfoiIIng tau vaoAiMileR OHUWK by the rc beI 1ryor umHalllMl Tho dvitutorata IILVQt itoiiRtnietl the km+ to provide tlmt sash rae uieleH tire to bd filled by tlio runmlNliig members of Uw beard andI ItOR this theory Johii Fultoi wild ar iwlntMl to ill ORe of the vaoandw CoininttmlonerM Poyntx and Patton or I to moot hero Thursday to oltoet thee I tklnl inomlwr of tM bosrd The re pBbHeatiH salt alpha the Anivrtloii that UltNW raoHHeluH should he Illlvd by apiclattamt of Uon Tiylor ItII r Isld the Kormor will maVo nom fh 1ytbxr to 011 the vaennaioi and that the qowllon will their be takan Into I1Jtu owui U 11KRrarlred n 1ntul Mtovr- IlloliiHond Ky Dee Si tlhl1 di taking 1M In n nrankial mootI MarocDaa Deiore aoif bf WlliUm Do YON a pttrlnt mlent of thi lli hmondI 1rnxtetaailtatty hllletl Julia 1llllu- aolorrtl l y talking him on tU tern iris with an truitMiied lhftoJ The ro tease Von n prtrlOUN its Swfplf bo Ivfovit Ue men Mlllor wb t1 il eiu jilnjriMl in Icttdngtou IHII lust arrivedI en a teals to Tlrtt Mu sparser andI n ai getdnnkofore IMna f arrewl bwnml fur Detero Iften bo rteat te his nwUjf helps send b tt ro be eonld ten Wr 1111 Mil b fallrn him bo foil dead Iran dC11Wra Shul nod lUllrilI- faMoiMrlUo K1e M f mr T y and a WlMl tiger proprietor WantedI lWrtrk was 4allll rt fIirlttyR tIM bttelse ldlgd alN DItt Burke r faNett a bvitet la his ores Mike sad Andrew Itnrho urren leriNL Dan Borke onto I OMleil guilty to mardrr to tart n Me 4 Bull wtls ajbnuitted on Woad of MlfMlalMMe Lay Uurfe- Mwax a ItoHgJi Itlder ilItllfiriiedi IaWrortbaM 1nMaiaaswf Xy Dan M wA bMl raek one irr d OH the Leullnlflh i Atlantle railroad near VaJlejrtow k51tkraIraught Are sad muck mail lax t stir was unrnedi Twentyftre party 0nra wero batty bksken up A ilocbfl Orunii Ptankfort Kj Der JdTbe 1r tneky Stato Doinocret wblrb U lbe the aI Ran of the Ooebol faeU anti tho oflleJal printer for the log latHro makea Its appearance Mon day UxHoprenentallvo John M Mo loan of Calleway count In the e Itor Kenlarkr llrlra Krnierabprrit lAWreneeburg Kyrarc 30 Judga JL F FelunJ of thin dry haM Jute 110 turawl from Wyoming whore ho want attend to tan final intttlomunt of estate of John 91am aanawiinateilI IP Idaho two yearn ago Helm In this county will receive IMO out of an Mlnto of MOO TTTO Ilonril Frankfort Ky Due OThe state eleoUon couimbuiion koluctoil htgrt 1C Pout of Orttcnvlllo Muhleuburg oounty to mioceud Kllin an a tnunlb nf tax commlwlon Thorn are now two boartbi In Kentucky two menu to nil vi o ioUm by t Iblgnati lining hasp tuudo by Oov Taylor IunnU Iron IrrllrTompkliiHvUlc Ky Doe aOA bedI I byIJrtNItonnro already trying to ecouro controlI of tau fled The iniue Ispn BarrenI river fund Ilurnblad Ilichmond Ky Dee 3OIn the ufCx on charge killing JohnI Miller colored nnd was hold over to the next gruud jury in t000 whiobI bond was furnished llnily Cumr lrunt Veins 30TIhrIemainH of the late Judge John C llalBoll reaohed hero Friday fromI Ft Smith Tex and wore interredI In Fnlrview cemetery lrlntera HlullCnaeaal Albany Ky Doc WT K Mo NIoUlc printer of this place und llfuI Nettle Klloy of Shipley tilts county I eloped to Tcnueace and were mar stud Turfman Dent a Stklillrr figllIt it W T Woodard jr turfman BO bad Ixtat Otto FisherI formerly n nlenlb ortoof the IGOtb Indiana voluntcera that his recovery is uncertain Fisher busI liin unconsaious at n hospital wince ills Ylllrky lollolltd Richmond Ky Dec JftVIiawner 11tvlncrdoykparties had dropped poiBcui Tie ho I cred between lira ana death for eral hours but is recovering1 lieII u TPRACTICAL PHILANTHROPY A Moit Worthy Cincinnati EntcrpHM That Blmulit lie Generally Known Who bar not heard of those hotel In New York und other Eastern cItle- n eby which people who have no home and whose means are limited find a ubititute for a home so far nl com fort IH concerned Much Lar beenI written in prniia of tbe e teasels and the good they bide accomplUbed- PerhapH few are aware that a mod el hotel of this kind ban opened its mern without homer which compares mOlt oyI thin character The hotel U called the Colum bian located at the corner of Long worth und Klin dressesIt lIr the roperty of one of the mart prom 1 Incut citizens of Cinclnnnutl wh maker the Inveatinent not for prodt but to kelp thorn iu neet of such ac commodations without laving to toli1 ack 011 the nloonH The baMtnent of the sixstory true ture devoted to this enterprise 1 a fitted out with butter nicely and con nleiitly arranged which are tree to I s patrons There Is also a small inal 9 the basement where guinea auo atllat in evenings amusement and affords jluatheOn v the second floor wo find tho reading room where the wont prom Iinept newspapers and periodicals ore jJistrlbutrd for the use of the guests The other floors are laid out In lodging roses containing bed chatpiI and books fastened to the w bang garments Cleanliness reign- o i supreme and iuI indeed exemplar and be it said to the creel uf tho vs tablishment that seen the most fas tidious housewife could not findI warqThe beds are iron and the linen Iis changed dully HO that each guest at veiling finer a freshly covered bedI Wardrobes are placed In those roomsI which ore particularly net apart fo guests who live for any length oft Ume at the hotel On cash there are also several marble fioortt ttands and other necessary n meat As before stated cverytlrtng U thoroughly neat and clean There tree accommodations for a bout two hundred guests The eels e I for lodgings Is SA cent per n glI with the use of the bath and thhtI nrfcBft hoM good whether the lodgte a gueat of the hotel for ono thnuIrooms are by tserer and the hotel in lighted by electricityr throughout A oomraodloun alumtor MMHtweUng several stories IIs another t great convenience of the hotell I Irarters Ned atone and U therefore ac perfect t Jly iroproof as pro be made Furthe- std Are esonpes earl ot ttewnw ire oIl ports of Oie bulldlrii nnVrvihoiext It in case of tire an wisfly loom plished matter The whole Iis a ine Iei InitJtutloR rtfllonllb1e1 nf home To a grunt many men teal hotel tins Indeed proven a grunt ultMwInfr and do ur t s the fullest rec ognition ills undertaking In a philanthropicI bI altliaugtoI espeatka n nlder clrote of acquaintance tint pard NURBBUY CARS Here Is N Wall tram a Qaohtlor R Is r rtloul r About Tya1 lair Chfa1o The Innovation of a nursery else upon our railways or at any rate upon the long dfstance trrtlqlwoultl be an iIn Btttutiou hailed with deJght by all men ad most women says the CincinnatiI Enquirer f nottheunaches smoke Invariably travel in theery feel more secure from on Invasion of children and babies than n say nth erall i trainoBabies form a cixss entirely by them aelvcs In the category of unpleasant traveling companions and there are probably few who at some time in the lives have not had experience of the noisy stlckyflnpercd peppermint sucking doer little children who tram ple on your toes and deposit luscious halfsucked gobs of taffy on your trous era In their endeavors to reach the w easy to put their heads out whence they ore promptly kauledback by anx lout mothere or nurses and cry or t babies in arras who placidly assimilate ImUk from a bottle until jolt of thet train make them choke having at that moment more nourishment than the can possibly deal with ot the inquir ling child who playa with the hinges of the door tutll the guard slams it or the child who is perpetually feeding j IADd throughout the journey sits in a emitorpld state sucking oranges t I allpervading odor of which fills the car riageBabies are all very well but n baby in a railway carriage like a bun In a Icblea shop is out of placer How Tli In KB Worked New shoes make old anew last bet tnWhat do you mean nelyw your you old ones a while longer Chicago llccord A Similar Feeling Galloway I dont suppose any man can realize how Dewey feels with all ii upbyWeTve Jot n 12pound baby at our houMN 1Y World J tiMLlerl la AilrertUlnr I toAb resortcdyproPfcrobull arrestgrouudthhatlosing money thereThe tut nrnr up in court and ttt rouolei for the senior partner eked for II patponnnent ID order preparereogUItmembtheIsaiasi IflieThenlwabetterbusinesscallednoWilldluItheirobJectdvenlacmentlhiladt1pbla 4- 1Jolrwunlull interestevery lauJa17uealUttlrrlj conUIItlOnoaLr lout end restore healthy purity and humlQandverEtinalitr of the fieici Woman certainly stands at last upon afp oty note early equal with that of urea entretnlo buthtine pole or to tit mommy eonlteuliveocartanes upon a bkjrtle starMorton Journal lleware of OlulinentH for Catarrh That Conlnln Mercury as mercury wfll reels dntroy the sense of wholertJfI1I urtur Srch articles should never be used reputablehysiciansI i possiblyarnanofartvred by FJ Cheney dCoToledo Q roDtaiLs uo merrory aau M taken inter nilarting dirceily upon the blood and Jt no turfacts ei the system In buying liars Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gent It is taken iateTaalfy and made in loraio Ohio by P J Cheney k Co Tcsti rawHiUI seer Srt by Druggists price 75c per bottle HaUs Family PIUs art the host rpnobilityltavntrotoru liras flu KstMMt Yes I notice those who I anyseasSl lrr Tliilln fur CfcllU an rcytr is aWer GMOvrs TASTCLJM tuiuI Toxic Its alrlplynwoaxtl9nlalueuii trreslorID N jn mvfmf PrtiflSU Mr ZwetplgRk tAlMtopiior brie name tohispaati If by him in a hurry Mid lord ag I vas iliad to se Tau hut I YiIl wnion your tame 111 MoMIM of ae die taonua V Joti t 111 Star d iSO Yes Week week and fxpeiua forman leiper our PouNry Mixtwrtr terms Jllrelaiar Sllg lo Knj matal Jlpallyt f Sfcoa the d a 1 Itet a ttlsaT ma r Imo JfIti it letter Ielive bun a toot- hpiaklaUdelpbia Press Crylnc Ilnlilcn Are the ones who take danRerous drugs for lkuy1 Paeutnonn and Diphtheria Jtlox Ae Croup Cure iii safe sod sure CO cU The large number of artless left on the piwiibrokers hands provat that there are A great many people in skit world without a mcemiftg quality Elliott Magazine Tbe Quern A Crescent FloridaIcuelist to Asheville Popularity often makes a man believe JJhat he knows isnt true Chicsco Daily hotly krJarIVko LaxaUve Drama Ouluino Tablets All druggists rufuaiiniouoy Ifit fallsto cure 25c w A man who is in the habit nt telling every tlriuz he bears won doesnt trace hoar very mUehWaehincton 111 Democrat byPilosAllegheny Pa March 10 W coldmDaffyaeWl PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not lain the hands or spot the koala Sold by tlruggest T atherrirtu1tA1tifT5lr 2LITErSelect50Jti0116llxed1xtexer 3ftSt ItLUlt 515j10n011OllNbeo Ij 0- Pn SSIqRtNeIOrSftiiai ti w f1trrtt45 Ryi ISOh11APlLIC8Choh1ll1 lOTATOE8Ir brJ 115 1 S6- CHICAOO FLOUIt Winter patent i tD C11 tiJ UlUiNvlmlNo rod t I 1s robey OA I Ul R11tH t 1026- LA1t Statm Sgl t0a07 NEW YOKU I 1 71xfE1fiioCtKj o Z 11 C AIOArs1Uld taw d0 IJ 16 iS Li1tQStunm C 5 Ir1Le1uulus- F Utt Family J a- O mWneuNo S red tttts 11 71Ogutrlo a whlt f Sr tD I- iyci O 2 wbrtern 141 u t TLttPint quality 17 it a fI llPCSWcatern 4t H 110 INDIANAPOLIS ultAINWhoatKo 2 rod ft Qlt x1eOuts No 3 mixed f IfJ orsLUL1rIV1LL4 IhlillAJxjld il W- d nltlROSitAm 4f d 4 vI Ul S SENATOR ROACH w tSays J Gives Strength and Appetite IJon W N Roach United States Senator Prom North Dakota lion W N Roach United States Senator from North Dakota personally endorses Peruua the great catarrh euro and tonic In u recout letter to The ki Feruna Mediclue Company at Columbus Ohio written from Washington D C Senator Roach ssfa- Persuaded by a friend 1 have used Peruna as a ionic and Iam glad to testify that It has greatly helped me In strength vigor and appetite 1 have Been advised by friends that It Is remarkably efficacious as a cure fo the almost universal complaint of catarrh Senator Roachs home address is Larimer North Dakota Pcruna is not a guess nor an experiment it is an absolute eotcntlfic certain ty Parana cures catarrh wherever located Pcruna has no substitutes no rlvull Insist Peruna Let no ono persuado you that aomc other remedy will do pearlY as welL There Is no other systumlc remedy for catarrh but Feruna Address the Peruna Medicine Company Columbus Ohio for a frco book on catarrh written by Dr Ilarttuau r to SAVE 1 L r YOT STARII Star tin lags showing small stare printed on of tAg Horse Shoo Good IJuckIt and It Drummond Natural Loaf Tin Tags are of equalTAGSTAQI securing presents mentioned below until may bo Every man woman and child can find something on that they would like to have and can bavo F ETAOar 1 Match Box S5 S Kn fr on bl4r good steel Jt 39toJAIIJJuIIoNQUI a KU Yurk and p n t sat and JISt U- Jrup1m tul4 60 rniuli lirtir WoeJrtr IIT luir boU v groutul sae Eneluti steel M I Butts LoU ttlfl pU boat sleitriPiplati trat qua i60 50- a 10 AAtnp rrdrlM sneer 70 II knit Lywtattat1wfdMN 75- U tabeads76 11 IohMrll 1laa Kuttr4esn r 31 14 Nut Set Usukarend Mcka dlvr LIOvisit Biz Oeuu1DKQienltlMIMlOIU wtukt 4coo U 1M- IS Waicli felckil stern wind and i KM II buokhornhandj soo SO II Bpooatbuo U Sir each XalvMaad Tarki buck horn bwUM KO- St Sit tcla Otonlae Bogen Knlreand forks brat ulat good100 NOVEMBER tlmt nay olhrrbmnd MAKE THE TESTend Mo u torpid liver produce tlon I CAsrAKKTa to you for them auch the tint trial that I purchased and was com 1 shall only too glad to a JO sysquehanna ATe Philadelphia Pa CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION stern Ctk Mntral C Yrt Ill lAC Sold anA dru5 grta to Hi robaeco Cough Svrua Tho tticdfuConsumption Cures Coughs Cold arlppc Bronchitis lloarso+ nest whooping doecsquicki sure tculta uti ali lZDIIIJ i IIP 1 1TAGS 31 Clock WI r Calendar Tharmotn et r err tea- M nun owe Jleather no better made xi HrtTolttr uujiii solos SJors eaUl er tWo M Tool Rot ptiiyllilnci but resi AM Toilet 8el deourated porcelain very bsodwmePutt-o Romloctun run No4 u or nrat coo 29 Watch aterlloit ulrrrfull jewl l 10W ao Dress eu homll 1300Uattsebmente1500i-s lteT lter Colt SScaVltwr blued I 1600 33 RIO Colts le shol acaliber1i 3 M tnlAdseoo- IS Mandolin vary bancbomtoooS- O Winchester Repealing SUot flun- 1S kaug 2000 31 lUmlncton loublbirrel liam tux Snot bun lo or IS gauge 2000 M ttandard mike ladles or 0t3sn3e-a blrroJSOW 40 lloglnA Matte Hot ISM Inch Dlao6GJ ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES 30m 1900 1 1THE I em4ttariI cenuprhundredirlljAlt IN JUSt n tllinnN ivorlli of STAR PLUG TOBACCOrrlll IBJI loiurr nod affonl mire pleacuro 1II dame worth of I taol to COV riVBVTAl TOBACCO CO SI Louis Lazygreat dealwltU which found be all clam and secured relief another supply plotey cured bit rec opportunltII DoGooda4y Cpur = NO TO Cl1 pn5runfPM b7 aU habit u I DrBill Asthma cough Croup Small JJrJJulfsJllcureC n Tri iri antROtrtlmultreo r 1 JT 600 tlc double not Pools- st tult lesthec ail a Bicycle iuol you notbrg in examine llw mot elegant deicn In ea reed guIdpIetaorerrewrtonylnapr arec tltehtlithland Cleln or IY 1 me RleW IllFI IIIU81rsoua l e lest taut LAk oat anJ arnd to are ur- prroNre and nearett ea prm onlre eldrer sari w- eritndtbtrwhbt U U with irivlirfo ti Oaamr Ii- aUorlorY y IltInrtoM AntOasndezprearbsrlrundlhewiOhtn J ra ntlon If wunt LAU1fSortI 1T1 RT ilL Ul WATCUCUMt DcwlwmSUCtilctKoilll DIL UEAnRRS OK THIS 1APEU UaslllINQ TO OUT AYTHISQ AOVUUT1SBU IN ITS COLUMM8 EUOUU INSIST flON 1IAVJXO WUAT TllKV ASK rots UKKUSiyQ ALL SUh5TITUTIR Oil IMITATIONS CDTElmiNK goodniiBbhbon rbitbrsaudcoldtrlleiuriforatxkiruo A N IKB 17g WIZEN XVIIITINO TO ADVKitTisrira- plruu tutu ant you saw tUe AtlvcrlUe uicut tu sa yctr V 1ni r THE HICKMAN COURIER Ueorgo Warren 1lP A Y 4 l FRIDAY i LAN 6 1000 r to War and Business Conditions srtv4War is a dreadful business f n 1Its object is simply to murder to kill people But b utal as it is 4hawauity will resort to It Aside a from its horrors it generally helps the business interests of Bowe- rr countries Our own war with Spain antI tbo Philippines bus caused Uncle Sum to turn loose bo many tnillibna of dollars to the people for their meat bread grlntJ horses wales clothing guns can none wagons and almost every thing These millions of dollars put in circulation uuioug the peo pit has contributed toward the prosperity of nlltbat is their financial prosperity The British Boer war has caused nud will con or tinge to cause Great Britain to turn loose her millions nod mil I lions of d o 1 II1 n r a for like purchases und purposes This is why many people favor wars They call it patriotism but if no It is a dear price to pay for pros n i perity All this sounds brutal null so it is for war is brutal FIFTY NINE indictments for Ilk er gal voting at the recent elections have been found against Puerto Uicans forty against one man of So it seems our new posses aloud are quick to calch on the rascalities of the ballot box er in THE balloting lor U 8 Sena tor iu the Kentucky Leaislttture cotumenceB Jan 1C There seeme to be un doubt but that Hon Jut 0 S Blackburn will be uouium fled by the Deuiouratic cuuuuo Rutl promptly elected by the Leg islalure THE office of Register of the Laud Office In Kentucky ceased iiuilUouduy separate department lasth this offlco being abolished 3 by the State constitution The business of this department I hereafter be transacted in th iutdauditors olltue ALBERT WHITE tho colored In dividual who was secretary of tbe Zteiiubllcau State Convention but announced his candidacy lor dele gate at large to the next ttlioual Republican Convention THE French prose sagely COD elders u war with England tit thle time u trap to destroy the French Republic The French pressure u iu part tight and iu addition to the destruction of the Republic should be added the annihilation of the French navybTHE sees of the lighting iu South Africa la rather wore ex tensive than the entire coufeder trey east of the Mlaaiaaippl River aud the country is naturally far more diflicult It is wonderful that the British are dieappolnted in their ideas of u walkover THE Republicans are taking bi chuuuett when they seek to shut out the delegates of the southernI states from their customary influ once iu the uffuira of the nationalI Cjuveutiou Titan was when the GU P relied ou the Solid South to keep it In power but that wu long ago TirE soldiers iu Africa being South of the equator are uow weltering iu the beat of wid Sum mer while the hulks at home are shivering Iu the winter sleet andi snow It must have been novel1 Chrisc7to 100 iu the abode THE Republican party ia nowi proceeding to show the people what prosperous times we tin haying It la said that ever lhiug ia ou u boom mauufactorma are running full blast with advancedj wanes lor the workman But ho 18 it with the consumer wire truei tin wearing apparel and iu fact everything lasts udvancbd to u enormous price while wheat cI stud nearly all products are HI very low price X ONE year ago ten bushels corn would buy 100 pounds otI barbed wire Today it will take 20 bushels to buy tint amount of wire One year ago ten of uuru would buy n keg ot null to any it will require twenty bustt els Wire H year ago was 8225 uow 8150 nails bavo doubted Iiu N price j lumber ha gone huut olI eithl farm Implements nre awn SI up tins rue pries of wheat curt cattle bogs or any other prods of the iurui doubled iu the la I yeurt j 1- rIQ111 iLOCAL NEWS I1 Roust tho counail roGcc1tnhlII Now w tho time to turn over a new lotff A happy and prosperous Now Year all Too many peoplo aro troubled with palpitation of tho tongue Navigation on tho upper Ohio Lao boon closed on ucconut of tho heavy Uow of ice Tho only enjoyment ouo gets out of disagreeable job in tho good fooling you hays attar it is done An oxohuugc has discovered that tho supply ol truth is getting so very i small Unit it is now used mostly for veneering falsehood i Oarnthorsvillo Mo will probably connected shortly with Humboldt Toim by n railroad tho terminus onL oust side of tho river will bo at Ten oiiio Touii by ed Eld L II Russell late of Dyers burg lots been called red has accepted tho pastorate of tho Hiomimu baptist Lurch Services next Sunday and Sunday night at tho usual hours Tao County Board of Tax Super visors convened in annual session Monc day The board is comprISed of R II Binford Abo Thompson B R Walkw E U Carter and 0 A Uolcoinbo- Cgfc A hint to the wiSo is sufficient win give you n out price and save you money on Wutoh work and everything iu my complete lino of good Jewelry Bon BUCKII The new Lacle le Hotel has been routed to Mr i has Custer of Hum boldt Iuuu sail will open the hotel in week or so Ho is an experienced antia IKjpular hotel man aril highly com mended us a citizen and a gentleman Dont listen to tho twit of a strung who will tell you that any foreign paper will take tits place of your local j paper for it will not It doss out give lnt the bows Wawa and oannot tAll youras home liuppouiugH like u local paper The long pending suit between the fHctwiis of tho primitive Baptists onetJ represented by Elder Ban and the pth by Bid Kirkland bus been decided favor of the Klrkhiud faction The court holds that the Kim land followers coo tho real church It is said 188 business houses and dwellings have been erected in May IIIbidfltaltime The prospect for uoxt year id equally us good If not better May field Monitor We loans with deep sorrow of the death of Mrs Scott Mosior who diedat tne family home in Obioii Sunday night lftStof congestive shill She was ill only about 80 hours Tho deep sympathy Is extended tho afflicted and relatives i Supply your wants BuchanallsClosinge 1 Sale i Christmas has passed and has provo I ed a satisfactory winding up of the oldl year Everybody is out of debt mar J chants solvent aril rich bunks easy with good collections and plenty of money with everything looking fair I for tho future Welcome to 1UOO J An Indiana man has sued a nromi nont politician for dumutft because heI shook tho pluintiffu handISO heartily I us to wrench his shoulder leaving him cripplo lor pits Good Pohtic who insist on wrenching off a man urn ought to have their leg pulled JudgeJI iI e a candidate for Judge of tho Ionrt of Appeals at the next election for that olllco in the Appellate District Gus Thomas r111 be a candidate to succeedi Ro Leader bius us Circuit Judge Fulton DailyA j Mr Thomas Parks late of New burn Teun and for many years a citiI son of Hickuiau died in Ft Worth Texas and Air remains were brought to lIickmnu for interment He ggL exec k tIOWUIi ITho quail season closed on Satnr day as Sunday isunder the law a truce day oven in wartime between this character of birds and man From now on until November 15 1000 inclu orSor exposes one of tram for sale will place himself under tho penalty of the IlwI See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost IWiIlio said his father what betSgoing to fight with Johnnie Jones any I more replied Willie Im glad to bear that said the father bat why did you wake that resolve Curse was the answer 11 always get licked Jim Graham of Fulton was badly injured ut Jackson Tenn lust week i attempting to board a train Ho was Tucsvday from injuries sustained Ho- i formerly lived in Hickman and was highly esteemed by those who know iiiui Sincere sympathy is extended t nis bereaved family- i The Blue Wing t lab had its an until rabbit hunt Thursday Deo 2bth bugging o2 cotton tufts und 6 quail The seasonI July unease was I JJut the fan with the good dinner mud Up for luck of game lists for tire nex outing in sot for Muy when all expect obt the lakes near by fICOWOILL JowaiLL Hickman an A M Shaw Stuto Line Druggists guarantee every bottle of ChambcrJuinu Ooauh Remedy and will refund money to any one who ia not sutisfl niter using two thirds of tho contents JLliis is tbo best Remedy in the wort unutlu d ansitendono1or rfnh Llue Julertsalnlllcnlst- At the homo of Miss Aunt Jones miles north of Stuto Line ou just Friday night a delightful entertain meat was given in honor of Mij ORuc Leet Those present were Miss Ogle Lect and Curtis Henry i Lyda Maddox and Rufus Wheeler Ueuie Maddox and tbarloy Clark Emily Thomas and Hatty Buuriders i Abblo Doff and Otto Saunders picas Dallcw and Sylvester Jeffries Kmma Hallow and Albert Jones Lottio Graves and IlulhSandej i Ella Stahr and Edwin Motley Ltinrn Drown and Roy Shaw Annie Roper Rod Loin Uacon Fauulo Jeffries und Ulric Shuw Annie Jones and John Ho per Joo Oliver Binford Henry Tom Prather B Hiicon Henry Maddox Ww I and little daughter Lottio Tho sweet mnsio which was rendered Messrs Clark nmLMozley was listen to with nn atteiftive err of all who were present At a lato hoar after bidding tho young hostess good eight wa departed to oar respective homes j POIBV I Last Wednesday evening a gathered at the home of Mr an Mrs J W Maddox Those present I ereClara Shaw and Drew Bacon ItIIcudcrsoni Polk sad Verner Hefley Uemio Mad dos and Richard Prather Lora Whip plo and Zach Corlin Ogio Loot und i i i Emily Thomas and rnrtis t enry Stella Yolk and Wm Bacon t Laura Henry and Otto Sanndera Qape Cnrk and Sylvester Jeffries Annie i1 Jones and Loin flacon Annie Roper nd Roy Shaw Lillie Maddox and Dan Gleen Nina Maddox and Albert Jour J Carrie Parham and Edwin Mozloy An nie Osborne and John Sanders Rona Watson and Tom Prather Lora Brown I and Sum Lnteu i Jftwio Pnither and Tom Flack t laro KID andTom Ihoni Lillie George nud Chats dark fNan ile doves and John Shaw Fay JonesI and Unrros Hrasstield Locilo Loiino borough and chaa OverbyIra Otelit uud lien Uniubnrn Abbie Dnff and Arthur Thomas Plunk Martin and Aubrv Boarders Rovers Hugh San RoparDavMaddox Ed tlrauharn Roy lurk Wilder Flaok Mr sail Mw W J Maddox At a Into hour refreshments wt1t1 j la and after thanking the hoieM tho sweet and amiable way In whlcli j we were entertained wo i ilepartedReRTY i I Lydaa number of thfir friend from eight to KtVODIni I lHekmnntJrfOlwcru01II jI all report n jONEj I ltatiofIII1Inr a Chomherlifci Cough lttInrgy M l Manager Martin of the Pierur ry store illforma us that he ii having j CagHetntxln L I tt medicine to one of any other kind andttiI it gives great satisfaction Iu tllfl4o days of la grippe there U nothing like i opUlI lungs and give relief in a very slort time Tbe sales are growing and all who try it nro pleased with iu prompt action South Chicago Daily For twin by Cowgill LQ Cowgill luck dragsI IlnJlRh Soldiers Widow Washington Dec 16 Semmr LtndHiiy ihin inoriiing InirodoredI a bill lu the senate to increase he pptiHlon uf widowft learn IdK toiW great niHiiy of these ppiiMioHcrx are living III TonnefiBee KnlDcky aril Arkuusuw The Flour Seizure The seizure of Aniprloau flout coiiBlgned to Prtulte porn at Dcloiioa Bay by H BrUinli ship iin a matter nf iiilenmiionul Imjmr laver in the iibslrunl but iic not likely to hair any direct bearing upon the relations between the Government of the two coniitiieH The relations betwern America and England are such that the matter will not now lie pressed but MII amicable netllernent will bo made at some future time when war clouds no longer men ace England M handicaptThere cites hardly be a doubt of the ultimate triumph of the British arms in South Africa Theta car be hut ono result ora onh 1 f Great Britain aril the handful n Boere who are fighting for their independence without the pros pent of a friendly hand being toIhelp them Inexhaustllile resonr cos both aa to men and money pitted against poverty and patri client are bound to win IT has been demonstrated repeatedly maalt1 Rough Remedy is a certain preventive and cure for croup It has become the SIV redI globo when he writes I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy m tnv i I alwaysoil1 1I I I I butilaved the lives of our children several times This remedy is for solo by Cow la8hrtw A Wrens Idea A great many seem to think Roberts of Utah in being kept out of his Rent in Onngresd be Uflt he IIn a Mormon Rile anuses nf the leading daily papers HI evidently Warble to rid themselves of this erroneous Idea Roberts IB not being persecuted bennuoo IIP IB a Mormon but be cause he in n polygamlet Ono of the strongest principle of our Uonatltntlnn IIB the guarantee of religious liberty and thlll dnea not exclude Mnrmoniam A Mor mon IIn not necessarily a pnlygatn ipt neither Iia H polygamist neu enBarlly a Mormon The object laD to Roberts Is that be ia living with three women all of whom he claims as his wives and on this nccnnnt acne can ho be presser ted Dreaden Knterprlae 20th CcHtirj The Dlapateh naaally correct 1dcom er t olrtb of Christ Tho Dionysian era comraenoea or was intended o commence with the birth of Christ sand IIhoyenrl was comprls ed In the first 12 mouths No matter about errors of compata tlon the Ohrlstlgn era was in tended to commence with the event sail of coarse mast be counted from the birth of our SA vlor and dnea not commence one year 2 years tier 31Pars or at any other date either before or after that period The PcpnUil Keiegadt Some thus ago exSenator Pof fer who held office as a popullt but was formerly a republican announced his return to the rspattllaanI I fold andso now comes preacher Kyle the Sunlit Dakota senator and de Hares that he loo hart had enough or third partylhm and that us to jhe currency question be is tired jnf aiandinc out against the logic of facts He says that he trill hereafter act with lbi the repoh base party and support Its poll clew both ag a senator and a cltl IIzen A Pmlrnlst now do you like this weather UNot much Im fred its gain lo rain Welt howa llmHa with yoon Sortersoso but tthey wont 1AttnFolkaall 1a Ia in the neighborhood thanklI reckon so but weve all got to dlrAtlatala Constitution KENTUCKY members of Oon gruB were asuigned to commit ttees aa follows Wheeler Naval Affaire Rhea lobar anti Bunking Ourrenci Pugh Appropriations Smith Judiciary Berry Rivera and Harbors and Foreign Affair Fitzpatrick and Boerlng Pen slants Turner Militia and Alco Ihallo Traffic Gilbert private Lund Claim and Expenditures In the Postofflue Department HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE Cheap Call wnltfA SOl 13164t aice Ky CwgU i IOowsiliy DruggistsII II HEADQUARTERS FOIL UIIIIJIJrONIUNli YitUPStAND- r 4T01IJT ARTICIIS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded y Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed 0 pin each from formers who are sal srrib iera who have horses mules cows products seed c for sale free of charge For B4 Itt A nice two tory house 8 rooms and all necessary outbuildings on Troy Avenue near College For further In fonentiM apply tt this Office 2 Bread c ji 11- IS t THE I STAFF I W AND TO 1 i iGOOD FRESHI BREAD 4 K TO TIIR t Jew + Cili lately I fc Bread Cakes and Pies Baked Daily jj- ILIADQUAItr1Cltki j- r 1Ji VOlt r t Tropical and Domestic Fruils Fine Chocolates f and Candies Cigars and Tobacco ji i i UOYSTERSand CELERY RECEIVED DAILY I Fresh Oysters served110 any style and at nil hours 4II I 1 llComo Us I Telephone 00 t It Now City Bakery 1 UM jesUonCOQking Easgss The Best in the World I Von Cannot Make n Ihssluke In Buylug One off tUese Ranges One of its Strongest Iolni InI UP ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Bukea Biscuits In 4 Minnies Light Bread In 40 Minnies Buying n Majestic means H lltelinu of KoiHiotniiHl Ounklntf Cull stash Kx it m I IIP Tluiii iou11 Iota no Oilier Bis Bw BRSTA3S3D K ISCHUH DRUG C0 1 CAIRO ILL I Doas in FINE LI UQIBg 1 PRIOE LIST Gallon Full quart Golden EagletriHaewrar tJI w ptIH 8200 r6Oi Cltl03Ait t tbtltrNUIItncllhlloar 1h C C 6v Special Drive A IHw- Rrit va1H- rf ij 1Aj r Kt IeyNJwltktk C o 7t Kentucky Dew 250 75 Silver SealNsltaa 010 Vhsetrr 275 80 Perfection Ono at tisa parostseetliist d hli8fC 0A Q t wfcWtiM ntlieww t Try lu v SchuhCross The beat for tlt pries 350 Ioo I Old ontlnentalN1vyarsoht 350 100 t Happy CnlHlUne SfIk 350 100rOld QrovSix uoiu 350 100 Old MeBraoi7 YOII1I old lalt 0111 ro1iublo 400 110Need no inlrOtht11on Peach Brandy 01 200 QtII It Globe UO Apple I brandy I Creole Dado 300 200 85II It Yale 210 86Oallfornia100Blackbeny QIPare185Tom60Hollull75Importodd6SherryU 11ilortcarry in Stock aU the Loading Brands or Bottled Liquors Wines GinsOhuuapagnes Cordials c Malie no Extra Charge for Tugs Vic- WE GUARANTEE our Liquors to be Pure NO FANCY PRICES Wc aim goodforelsewhere01VI0 direct orthroughll- rSCIITJlI DRUG CO IllceWhulcunlo 11 IT Heftns R more bagatelle fur uncle SHID to put down the Phil ippine itiHurretitlon If he wantc 10 fight something nearer MB spas why dont he tack he the Standard 011 Company HfiMlerKini Glenn ier 4r t OF LIFE naT j Sec jo Qhl California 260 75 Imported 860 85 We We jNo fo c I IAU I paperI requestedsatne withJSept 87 EoE REEVES sit COI 9 i wwrw w c iFa Fa 1J Jc i ii LC L Ii ItriilroiHl Tleiie Tublis 0l tv St L U It f fN AlltUVKHi M al Wes l m Truln N M Mi N m l a I al Lea p m TiMlh N 4 tioe J m i i Local and Personal d Tlia uinu that owns his acnw In the itmu tent plows nil day And tho inuti that keojw it humping Is thu until thiitH hero in slay Hut thu mUll thnt itilvcrtlntm With 11 sort of a don jork In prmttirBOOUUKQ liar A Rood OuttHr for 0Oat DUCKS MlM Corn Brown visltad Stoto Llu0toI lint weak L D Smith spout Ohrfotimw vonk iu UHutou S D Lutou nud aunty spout Ynrtliti in Fulton Mrs J M1 VlHlug vUJttil in Mnr tin liuit week Win Bobo Sttolo Mo win in town hut weak OUml Aylflr of Tyler Mo wwi in tho oily liut WHit 4 Fred Oose of Iunona Kan L o- rt u vtatt to parents II W HnWwnl of Mvmphto vist cd liU family but w uk Jim Witling of Rmlfoot Tonn WAX in the oily fait wowlc John Oele has heir vlrfUiiR in 9 IAWII the putt week- Teetest4h Ilwlglnti of Doootur Aln wiiii hi the Mat week IAragealdArtMull I oln 15i iYy kits boon vteUiiig n iit1vdd In New Mitdrtd Mo Ir J 0 Stabta of OctnLltnnUe lieI WM In tie Mty kilt wek UM Mnbolt ItIINnt the Xu IwMdny with rwlntlve tu Oya Mr OUe Ilevtwenk IU Tseedn for NttkiVmrk MIa mi biwlHte JMjT DUkHi anXnWvvlU tlH U rMUiiR Mr unit Mrs fro Dillon Pawl Shaw W rtrtgMMl life posl thin M AMt P y w the rnxioflke Mtv ahd Uuton Oily VwaiW MtM LoatnIttuRaoj tat week Jtk wad Ikea insider of SluesI pMs were KAeaea of Mrs J W Bland llemw Uwvlt owl Kick Taylor ofr Uftlttt lite WM In Ute city iMi week Mm Sum Show of WkaaHHg Twin visited refetttrtM IN Ute etiy Islet wow Ow KtUlNKW nKrf mother of Do outer Ain tore ItrtaUiHtfOw W- ityr1D IIH Ttmurlaft Mondny for Qmaelft lees Vlwr 1te will routes in tltetJp n a Rl rkaNtdsllI tlskl wife of Duo Kr A UWttewta ndUr- i I w tJim DixHh INI UMsll Uky of I tinI + fcH vixttflrt tMr pfirenM m tit oily 11 weak A kalt tHtWWtf in the Uolaatbn- OrlUc to nTml for Ml1 by the owner Mr 0 N WHlkw 1W ThompMMi will Miss BtulnhI Field murrlwl near INlMu Vwlnw day 0Qaal week Mm A V lMnr r ut Omult Olty 1116 ta vMtiiiR Ir pamttB Mr and Mm 1 rora kill week- It nil Ute money tu the world wa nlUvMtid Mw Uy nmoNir the puopl each11r IKtnon WOHM got shout 40 Mr nnd 1ra Will UnrrlffAti o- ilmxtsiwr f Vslly Twin fIPNt Oftrtlmn with Mr amt Mm John Ittttfrwood Oonr MnnUinll of UUin county Tents wad Mm E T TaIlor uf I1M man eeaiitr were umrrlwl last week Mm Arthur Hoc In r of Hleknmn huts b aH vWtlun her jmrmiU Mr ant1I Mr J K PM w nt UnruJliereviHo Mo MtM Ruth HtHHint who has boonI nttondlng ehool ut Murfr e boroT nu spent UhrUtuiiM at liomo with her par ante tMI Maria Brevonl won the bonu tlfnl wnteh nt Unoks lust week Her gnofti WM 3 ocloak 40 minute nnd 11I r eecomls Mr JM 0 Wonrn of the Courier oftler WM ntatmt from the city lastt week vifiitini m St Louis Mo nUllII Onto City lit Mess and BoysSuitsI go at Lost at Bach anans Mm Klluo Wittiuff ncoldontally foil on tho lay stops nt her homo insI weak and broke hor nuklo from which1 she has Hufforod vary much Miss Jiwlo Outton who is touching in tho Unrdwoll high School him boot vuittnK hor mother in Hlckman Sin in winning golden opinion M a toucher at Bardwoll Tho little eon of Mr Stoyo Stahr while handling a blank onrtridgu pin tol dUoharRod tho contoutA a papa- wod r into the palm of his hued tufliotiu n painfull wound All tho monibcrR of tho board of Stowanbi of tho M1 B Church aro ro quoHtod to moot at tho church promptly lit 3 30 Sunday ovo JAB E FUQUA Proat Mr B 11 Sanders and family who moved to Oaruthorsvlllor Mo lilac year will return to Hlokman about Fobru wry Mr Sanders will uiko n the house of L P W S Ellison excellent family will bo wolcour t jfflu homo Optical work n specialty Glass lined accurately and BoloiitlHcally ItItm B W Post graduate Optician ut1 ill wtU give his poreoual att to this worn and wo guarantee atiifactiou Eyes WJLKOVB tostld frooot1 ksl1nt1 Jewelry flJoI tr HOLIDAY MARRIAGES THRELKELDBALTZEnMr Throlkold and Miss Molho Baltzcr wore married Tuesday Dec 26 by Rov J II Evans Tho young conplo loft imintHliittoly for a bridal trip to visitI relatives in MinHiaslppl Mr Threl kold is ono of our most worthy reliable and popular young business men and 5BaltKoraccomplished young ladles of the com jmnnity Every element seems to com biun to promise a life of happiucw and prosperity So may it be JjInO T Muse Sunday night JllBt fast j Mr Fayetto Kerr of Marphysboro Ill Mlfw Lixzio Gardner of Iltckman rcrfonnlnfIhoniorlv iu baslnru in Iliokmnn and ii well known hero IiMi Llrzio Gardner was n scent favorite with Hlckman pee pie and welt for Norcral yean n unltM Iruly iu tho house of 11 Buchanan Ono in a moat excellent nod worthy young wonma and showent of blessing areiwished for her by houtt of friends i Their future homo will bo in Murphy baro LIST Or PUBSBNT8 R E nnd W A Dodds silver but t dishMistHM Allio and Bottle Dodd bon dishtl MIMI Daily Dickinson individual tea sots Mrs Hornco Luten oct glass cruet MlM Nettie and Leo Klrkpatriolr bon dishtMr nud Mm W M thaw sugar shell 0 L ladle HMn8 Vrvoiaud iilver mustard sot F Bvninden mill sister chocolate net plateMissMr and Mrs Jack Millet broIl DIUlI butter IllnlCJIIIpotMndale MISS handsome vnso dashgMrs O II lIubbnnt drtASor scarf UronyMr nnd Mn W L UoOntchen dress or scarf MUM Jackson Kfingor Amberg nnd ringMtM Urovnrd tray cloth Paul Shaw foot rest Mr and Mn Buchanan chamber sitV Handle and 0 Baltzor chair Mr anti Mn Turner wAter set Stephens R Smith earner chair Mr and Mn U D Brevanl earring se J 0 HogAn F Paurco and R Helm ulcer knives nnd orbA J Sells pearl Imndlo butter knlfo Mn J Atnburg knives and fork poomJUnVltbaMr set Mr and Mn II 0 Bookman alive IOOUI Mr and Mn Campbell Cayce Ryra stand potWtad pickle dish Mr and Mn J A Thompson fruit bowl Mr and Mn W O Johnson 2 painI of towels napkins4r lIIOn towels napkinsaAmberg towel Mn A P Sells towels Mn Lou Rogers Qtcdlo book Groom to bndo Gold Watch Harriet Lovo cot fruit bowl Dee 23W S Sent to Miss Samtnto Elliott G W Puollctt to Miss Henri ottn Mooneyham Doo t6 Ed 0 t lark to Mies Ella Bnllow Chin Hnddleston to Miss Stet Milluqr Dec 20 Ed A Thompson to M Beula Fields LizzltrWilson Jan S Lafayette Robertson to Miss L E Madden A n iMplIc Mliavc The Tree Barber Shop u tho place to got an antiseptic taco wash This prop aration after shaving reactors nntisep tic tho face prevents infection feo A L TTfMllTIV The New Year M querade nehI ered In the Now Years festivities at the residence of Mr M 0 Shaw Monday evening which was attended by tho beauty fashion style talent and wealth of Hlokman young people and vicinity Quito a number were arrayed in unique and beautiful character costumes nod hugelyTimthe young ladles and tho young men in tho last dance gracefully acknowl wavingIjoyful appreciation Tho following are some of tho happy participants and tho characters repre sonted Mabel Goaldcr School Girl Ward Dnton Policeman Mario BrovnrdSchool Girl 0 B TravisMr Ink LadyrAbroadtiVaehonvomang Myra Robbing Phantom AIf FarlaDlco Bosslo lnaeDlnlt TopsyMary Warner Urovard Traveling Gent QueenErnestMaggie Pliant Innocence Abroad WilsoulJluaamanaIrene Toni Gardner Hunter Edna Woaru Oako Walker Thco Goaldor Not unasked Light Furls Grecian Lady Watt Uimlner Bicycle Suit tiny Farla Nun Tho host and hostess will long bo ru momborud by the young people for their continued kindness to them What would we do without them ae Bribery Sensation at Frankfort At Frankfort Monday In the Senate canons Senator Harold created a eoneatlon by declaring i hat be had been approached by J II Wbnlen of Louisville an L antiGofbel leader and paid 4 to remain out of the ettaoav The money be said bad been placed In a box wltb the Louie vllle Trust Company the key lo which he paned op to senator who was prvBldlng over caucus Harold concluded jby declaring that be tend entered s into the deal for the purposed exposing Wliallrn and farther that there was lint money enough In the world to make him disloyal to his party Iud his Slate TilE OIEN DOOR The United Slates Government I from veiled statements made pub llo in WuHilngton just week baeI secured an a New Years gift t t tbe people of Ameilca and eep chilly to the manufacturers au- protlaoera I of America It comtaor II onderstHiidlng with the great pow I era of tbo world for a continuedlI open door policy throughout Obi na Great Britain Germany Ran eta France and Japan have re ponded frtvorrthly to the inquiries i made by Secretary of State Hay Italy will not counter t t fthenounced by these powers These powers and tbe United StateI Ihave reached a harmonious con claclon respecting the commerce I of the world and tbe Chinese em pire ALL the apeakers before tbe National Republican Commutes agreed that MoKlnley would bave no opposition lib Wife Saved lime My wifes good advice saved ray life writes F M Rues of Winfleld Tcnn for I had such a bud cough I could hardly breathe I steadily grew worse under doctors treatment but my wife urgedIItme to use Dr Kings Now Discovery tor Consumption which completely curedI LitGrippe Pneumonia Asthma Hay Fey er and Ml maladies ot Cheat Throa- and Lungs cured by tb marvellous mine 60cta and 100 Every bottle gvarantodd Trial bottles free at all drug atoms MEYIORIAMpor urrut IFPENN OAUUTHEtyS Disturb not his slumbers but lot htm sleep on In his beauty and innocence there i Tho world was too dark too dreary an cold He too lovely too fragile and fAir The pRaMAa the geutto dew kisses the flowers When ho faded away like a beautiful dream To tho land of elysian bowers ISad sad is the hearts of those fond parent now Since tho pct of the household Is gone And laded away the sweet hope of their lifeWhich Penn liko a halo around thorn gghad thrown riverIr Dear parents you will meet him In the ity of too sufferingDear i y a cIIn a sweet and bright forever on the golden river If you are talthfnl will find your an gel boy On the bank of that bright beautifulI river And bask in the smiles ot Jesus bei yond tho sea ONE WHO LOVED Hut Hickman Ky Dec 10 1699 QUARTERLY REPOST OF TH- EHICKMAN BANKIAt the close of builttu OD the 80th Bey of December 1899- R680URCE8 oins and Discounts lets loss to director 144687 02 Loans to Directors oBeers not 20000OferdraflsWae from Ntl Bonk e 3396488 DUI from Bute Dunks 8656968BloklngMorigagee 120000 Other Blocks and Hoods 10000 P ele 476483 060283Other43ExploreI194S08U8 UAEUL1TIE9 Olpl1l Stock paid In lo cash 6000000 1000000Undivided88910DeposliawblolllalrtU IIs not paid 18421983 19460893tStati oJ Kentucky County oj Futton II IliokmndI It No Clinton street In the City of- lilekmoninaldoounrybeiegdulJworn cajeiLe ongoing Report Ila IIB all re pacts a true lUtenent of tbe condition of the eald Bank at the close of business OB the 30th day of Dea99 to the but ofII hie knowledge and belief and fnriber isjri that the business of said bank has bleD transacted at the location named ret1IIDIde in compliance with ao official received from the Secretary of Slate dtelfoarine the 30ih day of Dec 1899u a day OB which snob re port shall be scads WO JOHNSON Cashier 8ul icribed and sworn to before BIO bj W C Joboeon the 3d day of January 1900 B T DAVIS Notary Public W L McCnrcHiK M B SHAW V Direetors W R DA6rzt- nQUARTERLY j REPORT OP THB Fiw d Mmiwta1 Hthe cleee ol builneti OB the 80th day of December 1899 RESOURCES LCIII and dlaoounie lees loan 4726080IIsot Included 61106- Otirdrafia ooeeeored 8195I Due from National Basks 483206I Basking House and Let 22000QI 6pet Ie 409500 Currency 1689 00- Esibaocee for Clearlnpe 66669 3889 8 Ottr Items carried ae cash 40 O- OJrUIJtIl laet Quarter 98979 I 68866 Id4i i LIABILITIES 20000d00 Surplus Fund 1000 00 Undftlded Profit 640 Deposits ubjeot to check OB which Interest leI not paid 4176981I DUI National Bank 67148I 4380614- Stati I oj Ktntucky County NtoI s li J A Tbompion Cubism of Farmers I mod Merchants Bank a Dank located sadI doing business It No Cllatoa street I tbe town of illekman In said county be foregoinReportI of ibe condition of the said Bank at ibo close of business on tho SOlh day ofr Pea 1u99 to the best of tall knowledge and belief and further cap that ibeI bailnese of said Bask has been transact ed at the location named sad not olio when and that the above report ie midI in compliance with an official notice r colled from the Secretary of State deeig noting the 30ih day of Doe 1899 ae Ihe day oa which sued report shall be made J A TioxreoK Cashier Pabftcrlbed and sworn lo before BO by J A Thompson the 2nd day of January 1900 A W LiNtur Notary Publlo J C Conic R M Utia V Directors J J 0 Bo DcaHT j FittingGarments n PBOF BOOKER T WASHINGlthe urgesthewhere bele beat known andsoathII tlvate friendly relations nccppttlteI tofply to both races madoII BuckleR Aralca Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous 10tlon I CornsBurns TotterppcdHandsforPUcaall drug stores rFIIrFI 1i loungingroomroom adjoining You can have your meals in this car atany hourII IIlIedI 11lidI wU1tentoanection and will tend yon an interesting little booklet 1 Tilt TOlttiVll 1 L T UKiCKCa1 fort tri nt Alt L mil Tm tartletOT LOUIS MO CAIRO ILLffU SOO6mQO IN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED Te Stibflcrlbera et The SemiWeekly America 100 GETS 60000 GASH Try It Yea May Uet It No One has a Better Chance thaa Tea a CornG9rod 2 Inebee circumference al targe sod 8 18 lochs nt small sad 613 In middle NasbvttsjTena TbliIbe South 104 numbers a year less than a cent a eopj offere to the enbtoriber first sending In Ibe correct or nearest correct guess remiiUng 1 for twelve months sub aorlptlon lo the Semi Weekly American IN CAHII h fBOO 00 Second correct or nearest correct guess eel1Ib 160 00 Third correct or nearest correct guess received Floe Top Buggy 76 00 Fourth correct or nearest correct guess received high grads ball bearing drop top hi drawer Sewing Machine 6500 Fifth correct or nearctl correct guess received Jones chain drive Mower 6500 Sixth cornel or neartit correct guerre rtceited Tornado Fet cutler 6600 860EIbtb Y Ninth correct or nearest correct guess received Dixie Pet Hulier 2600 1000uTo the first 1000 Subscribers who tend in twelve months subscription and guess whether correct or not will receive a complete History 2 volt rimes of Americas War Ilumaniiv a book no one should be with oat nlcelj illustrated end interesting cheep at 1each 1000 00 TQTAf 200600 uJJ1a 11 r Contest closes Starch 1 1900 No gueio will be received bearing postmark later than March 1 1900 All awtrde will be paid Immeelaiely after doling of contest If Ithere should be aajr tie cueees that le two or more guesses entitling the parties lo the same award II will be equally dlvideJ Send in your dollar and guess this t i oneebee a batter chance to rt It than yourself It you do not get Brit you may get see ond THE AMERICAN ALWAYS PAYS ITS PRIZES PROMPTLY In former con teas It hw putJdHny prize We give the name sod adJrets of a few of those rbo have received awards Wellington Edwards Turnersvllle Tenn 600 0Mb Cbas D Cope Sparta Tenn 40- 0BIO AGENTS OFFEKSend postal for Agents leroa If you want to sot as agent All guesses must be aoioopanied by 100 for twelve mouth eabicription Addreu THE AMERICAN Nashville Penn 4II HHVHW 4 t t II OrC TO- MM OIL i B SHAWS I occ a4 HICKMBN KY D t FORHElite Brand of Clothing fUnoxco11od Unurpazas Unoqu1a d Style Workmanship Variety yiL1 Highest Standard i IOf Artistic Tailoring J- 1ft J r s lr t r tin The Hiclmian U urierII t GEORGE WAIIUBN Publisher 1UCKMAU I r KENTUCKY v w a o en 0 i e CURRENT TOPICS Ostrich feathers often bring 1350I t per pound 1 profitnblet Paris consumes 10000000 pounds of tome rabbit annually In the Vatican library is a BibleI which weighs 520 pounds- It is a remarkable fact that few bald men ever die of consumption French scicntlstu are trying to use alcohol for the propulsion of cars Over 65 per cent of the housewives of this country do without servants Between Halifax and Shelburne 45 new wooden vessels are in course of construction The professional picture hanger is now a regular adjunct of art stores in large cities Pure butter eaten in moderation will furnish the oils required by the human system It Is suposed that the average depth of sand in the deserts of Africa is from 30 to 40 feet One hundred and fifty thousand rounds worth of diamonds Is found In CImberly every week Tho number of telephones in Stock holStvedenIs 28000 while its pop lu is only 300000 EngJmdi I tobeThe consumption of cotton per head of Germanys population has more than doubled since 1875 According to Prof Garrlott of the weather bureau Chicago is the windiest point In our country The Salvation army in New York on Christmas day provided dinner for 20000 persons The expenses were once 0000 Iu army officer estimates that In the century just closing no loss than 30000000 men have been killed in war in civilized countries Maxico buys more extensively of elgptrioal goods from the United States than does any other country In the western hemisphere Nearly ont third of the paper pro ducoi in the United States during the first six months of 1893 was newspaper in rolls and sheets QA new building for the Horace Mann school that will accommodate 1000 pupils Is to be crcctea In New York nt a cost of 350000 c Both the daughters of Senator Ma son of Illinois Miss Ethel aged fond Miss Ruth aged 21 are students In a Washington law school The Virginia Military institute at Lexington Is to abandon the plan of observing New Years day as a boll day substituting for It January 19 the anniversary of the birth of Gen no crt E Lee The remarkably pleasing patterns which adorn the cashmere shawls from the foot of the Himalaya mountains I are copied from the leaved of the begonia Sometimes the design is varied nlightly but every cashmere shawl that is genuine represents a design adapted from vegetable life Hleotricity Is coming Into very gen- eralI use in Poland It Is being largely supersedingJ t j becomingjI way stations are lighted with elec trt ny Large quantics of Alabama coal areI Istillbeing shipped down the Missis i siiiiiii river for points in Louisiana tnnd lower Mississippi more especially to New Orleans The traffic bids fair to be maintained through the winter Senator Bate of Tennessee like the late Senator Harris refuses to tell his age He must however be nearly 70 for ho was a soldier iu the Mexican war Altogether 11 members of the urntt easyniA petrified forest covering an area of 100 square miles has existed for centuries in Arizona Thousands and thousands of petrified logs arc strewn- n the ground and represent beautifulj shades of pink purple rid gray blue nnd yellow One of the stonetrees spans n gulf 40 feet wide A New York druggist says that Chinamen patronize the drug stores very little as they have little faith In American drugs theeoldest specimen of pure glass which boars any date This Is a little lions head having on it the name of nn Egyptian king of the eleventh dy nasty Four million seven hundred thou sand cubic yards IB in round Hum I hors the amount of material that ias beep removed from Duluth Supe I coptinuourkI I I IDISPUTE SETTLED T fI Controversy Over Extension cf Con criclouB lu Cliluu Ilctween I2nir land France and Unite Saw Washington Jan 1The announce ment that the extension of tlllaOr cllrn concessions nt Shanghai China tins been finally approved brings to a close a diplomatic controversy be tween Great Britain the United States nml France which has at times become rather acute Prance taking tho position at one stage of the negotla Lions that the American cooperation with the British in upposiug tile French plnn of extension was an unfriendly net toward Prince This odd other differences have been happily adjusted according to umouncomen from China which are borne out lit the information of oiticals here The controversy issumul an Intof national scope when the three cold ales at Shanghai British French and American sought to extend their limits The concessions are just ou side of the old native city nnd along 1 the river Whiting Poe near the point where Iit joins the Yang TseKlaug They are chiefly Important because Shanghai is the foremost port of en try for foreign trade in the Chinese empire The French settlement in nearest the city and fronts on thb river Next comes the British settlement and then the American The French desire was to erect their set Ucment so as to take in a large area buck of the old city Including five American missionary institutions The British government opposed this ex tension quite vigorously The British plan of extension was lot rin international settlement finning from the rear of the British concession up to the native city France in turn protested against this on the ground that she would be entirely surrounded without exit except by the river the native city or over British territory The United States approved the plan of an inter ternational settlement a the Amen can interests were substantially sim liar to those of the British but the American attitude did not Include nn Indorsement of all the contentions made by the British It was to this course of the American government that France took exception on the ground that it was an unfriendly hot to France The negotiations f while assuming no outward shoty of warmth were carried on with some briskness Ambassador Cambon of France presenting the French side up to a few months ago The adjustment finally reached is satisfactory to all parties concerned The French concession is extended without Including the American mis sions The British nnd American settlements are extended nnd to some extent merged in the international sett tlement but the BritishAmorloan set tlement does not so envelop the jFrench colony as to fplace it in a pocket The value of these several concessions is considerable as the populo j jfwhichi eipn settlement Here the foreigners have the right to carry on trade and control the property nnd also have ttheir own courts police and an organized military establishment THE HOLIDAY CHIMES Tbousnntla Gathered la tile Vlclulty tt Trinity and Other Gaarobe IB New York New York Jano2The usual hall day crowd gathered at Trinity and1 listened to the chimes It is fstlnat ed that 60000 people gathered In the streets after the annual custom Sev crnl thousand people also gathered in Broadway and the adjacent streets to hoar the chimes at Grace church A magnificent program of 20 numbers was played at the church by Miss Bertha Thomas Thousands aiao gathered In nnd1 around St Andrews church Fifth avenue and 127th street for the pur pose of listening to tbe splendid new seguin chimes recently Installed in that church Archbishop Corrigan celebrated midnight mass at the Ca thcdral The service was the solemn pontifical mass held by papal decree of Leo XIII in commemoration of the beginning of the lust year of the ui eteenth century known to Cath yearojubileef t Professor Af 1ullllcal Economy New Havens CU Jan 2The profew Borshlp of political economy at Yale e made vacant by the advancement of President Hadlcy has been offered to Prof Henry Crosby Emery Ph D professor of political economy and sociology at Bowdoiu college for the cetitetIJrofEmery of the Maine supreme court nnd a member of the American and British Economic association Surrenders to tbe Iollce Denver Col Jan 2Wyntt Sharp who escaped last May from the Arkansas penitentiary where hq was serving a 13 year sentence for murder bus surrendered to the police intlilu city Sharp killed B A Whetstone inI a fight at Huntlngton Ark in 18911Ij llauk yuliaiuc Uurned Assumption 111 Jan 1The Hll nola state bank was destroyed by lire Sunday The vault however in I in good condition and It It tbouthtIj its erj ents will be saved A large j LItIIt total loss aggregates 50000 half of I which Is covered by insurance Lively ttleotlou Coming Barboursvllle W Va Jan 2Alively election will be held here Thurs dty to settle the liquor question The town has been dy tor years u iiCoJV 1ItfC BOERS DEPEifr t Gen yreucu Drove the Enemy Oat of Colesbcrff and Occupied the Place Tile Bor Were Utterly SurprUcd and rindlnar That Ta lr Ketriat Warn ThrratvnrA YLS4 tk UUurdrr X rtMwar4 London Jan 2The success eff Gou French in driving the Boers froi r Cole ug line shot a welcome ray oi light through the jlooi ef the cam pale iu South Africa Everywhere i hi eoMiuented upon un an example of sound tactics and us an illustration of what way be done when the rtgh methods Lire employed with the Boer The government Is urged to take thej lesion to heart and to see that BOI toae is left UBtarntd Ila the endeavo- to get the largest 110lbl forces of cavalry and mounted Infantry to th front r Now that Gen French has te Boer I on the run the hope ia expre ftlthnt jhe will give them no rest but williji l jharms them until they have foundI ftheir way across the Orange steer which is 12 miles distant The oldj wagon route to the Free State tray erses Coleaburg and crosses the rivet jby a fine bridge 1300 feet long It iitj believed thnt the Boera retreated to ward Norvnlepont further eutt andI jthe questjon ia whether Gen French will be able to secure these two jbridges before the Boers dektroy themOne Important effect of the sucoexi of Cen French fia that It will prot bly have a deterrent influence opt a Dutch disaffection There is mhie disposition here to exaggerate tin importance of small sklrmlihea alul engagements It should ba borno in wind that Gen French has only 2000 I men and so far an the important points of the campaign are concerned the situation is virtually unchanged- At Modder river the Boers appear to be Biodlfying somewhat their line of defense Gen Bullera scouts hav B discovered u Boer camp patubltslied in the vicinity of Springfield south west of Colrnro by n Free State commando A similar movement IMIS JitIefhrecfonuvd a new laager about 11 mtles down the stream at KumeeUiook The Daily Mail has the following dispatch dated January 1 from Itena burg Yesterday afternoon a big force of cavalry and Infftutry with 10 gun l under the personal command of Gj French moving by detour ocoHj tl1 Cellsburgj t strength confident in the natural ilJd afforded them by thi hills arouse I The enemys position extended f smiles J around the entire village ftl daybreakour artillery opened io battle The Doers were taken byfur price but replied vigorously An ar jtiller duel was maintained for two sours Then a IHmr IIotohM H col lapsed and was abundoaed We captured It A Boer big gun Wit Wi lenced but this and the ether Trguns were withdrawn to the north ward whither we are harassing toe Doer retreat by a damaging ahril fire Colesberff isIn our hands and the jubibitWea considerable quantity et stores Our losses are quite slight hilt the Boers must have suffered heavy They may stop at Achtcrtang or cria the river altogether nt Norvals pout where the bridge is still Intact Ilensburg Cape Colony Jan t I Qeri French has completely defraud the Boers and Occupied Cole burg i J The British continued to keep the I Boers on the move and pressed thtu I ginagthemstand and when day broke he vim I within striking distance of the army J Sunday nIght all the cavalry nrtll ItT aud infantry the latter riding a wagons to Inoreasu the general mob Ity started upon a night march with riJthtfhel The infantry and field batteries m upnthet proceeding the cavalry and lIihtIrtlllery got complet i around the en estys right flank ns arranged The IIJltehI l prked and1finding their rerrt J Alu 7j nT t ytptbenorthwaa InGenl I rtrrenchshanus l I Beet Famine Threatened j i bMftampU I tirs from aV8ffnsfcte tint by the I end of December there would notIea pound of fresh meat left Beef use retailing at a dollar iI InJJ J thtfacto have been terry scar w tit tIe settlement of theAYfikon ilnUJgcn the InJe illans flndfltjidyilcultto secure theniJt selves freth meats Beef orrleeheforei1 J g Flt nliiiMou to right McCopulck II- Ah V Ydrrk Inn 2 liobgrt fltzhnmoos was matched Monday night with Jack McCormick for a nixround parrlng contest The purse is to he j j it6 Icr centof the gross receipts the oylnncr to take nil The dote is Tuna hailPhiladelphia I The Woman n Hotel Hl New York Jan 2The last sub wrlption of the 400000 needed to In muchtaJkdIfwas Subscribed Monday aJfhU rl a w Q THE FENIANS ACTIVE I rhey Are Enareed In Storing IJirgo Ulla u tltlur JsIJuhe and FrovUluuk- ou the Vcrtuoutlturdnr Burlington Vt Jan 2It IBI reported that the Fenians are engagedy inl storing large quantities of dyne mite lyddite ammunition and nupplleai iin n few selected repositories in re Imote districts of Vermont and Maine neat the Canadian boundary line The hfo claim to have knowledge of the pur chute of some of the supplies andI others who learned of their trnuapor gretiries Dynamite and other explosives I have been secured in surprisingly undetr ground on the Vermont border while jimntltles of cnnned meats have beenI hidden iu some largo barns of sym Ilnrc near New Hampshire ambulanceecorps is being organized under the woemen and surgeons who were In the Krd Cross work In Cuba They lire Iso preparing a large number oft flint aid packages for the Invading force The movement is the work of thoI Irish element of the larger oiliest but it is a fact thnt a largo and important work is being done among the form err of the border status A ashcan m bring arranged of farmers who can furnUh wagons and horses and oxen fur tntu jMrtutton purposes as this Is regarded us a most Important de ItllI A careful study U being made if the small railroad brantihos 1 in northern New Kngland and places are iiiing located where the road could be Nptured by a very small force LEO NAMES HIS SUCCESSOR flit roulltr Favor Ulrolauio Maria Roltl Ihr IMIUUUK Ccuu al Honk Home Jan 2It IIs assorted that the pope after true recent ceremony r opening the holy door tit St Ierrs cathedral addressed Ida intimate ntourage And sold I thank DI me Providence for granting me the raw of being able to eekrbrate UilH neat function and 1 wish for my uniMsor pnuwUur and n long reign the greater glory of God My Huercaaor will be young ns nm pared with my own age and will has tlwe to IM O maiiy glories of tile iwrv and the church Inter Leo clearly daalgiMtad Cat Jf- id1 Oirolamo Maria Oottl prefect of Si coiiayrejpiUon of I diilgt HCft a vurrd Itttllm iu his B ic esor Cardinal OottJ fliv fnmowi OeaOfllM iuiiik IIs a wan of jxprfort piety en luodoaty Now about 94 years of sign he Jail nlwHy lived Use life of HH as uettle sit lioafilto the illyirtt of a tlQMlttce or arc alrarvh be alvojs alltltpl- n a cull and on a lard mnttrts A GAS EXPLOSION L Uapllit Cbiirch Upillratcd Only M Year Alto lluritrd Two oui lujnrrd- Stromsborg 11tt Neb Jan 2Ifdol I Baptist church which woe dedicated dastroyeby I 1I two people seriously injured The fire was caused by an explosion of steely I lene gas with which the church was lighted The gas generator And the furnace were both located In the base ment and it is supposed escaping gas was ignited by the furnace New Years watch meetings were being held and a large number of people were present but most of them hud just left the building when the ex plosion occurred The bulldlug wan badly wrecked and what was not de strayed by the explosion waY eon umed by fire Mrs J L Johnson Gild her daughter Pearl were seriously In jured TELEPHONE IN MOUNTAINS Clay County and OtherMountnluDU trice of Kentucky to Unve Communication London Ky Jan 2 The Ren fffoCy Telephone Co has filed articles nf Incorporation with the tiecrctary of tate at Frankfort Kynntl will at onus begin the construction of its line from Manchester Ky to London The principal office of this company w111 be located at Manchester Clay county anti Itiwill build Its lines Into Jerry Leslie Letcher Jackson and a Sluni1flr of othVr back counties that are entirely without such uccoimno dations and which are compelled t send their messages many miles of uiulcback to rinds the nearest talc phone or te grolh station 3hlrcbJKdwinll- flay Snow charged with the murder- of James T Whltteuiore at Ynrq urralgnedtotJ tI jns e ltle previous pleD j of not guilty and pleaded guilty He was sentenced to be executed March 16 ttfe KttrlhquuUe Shocks IB California Xos aw tAngeles Cal Jan 2Twfil7gli Earthquake shocks were felt bore at 4 oclock Sunday mornln No damage was done so far as known The shocks were felt nt San Bernar die lint other points south and east including San Diego where there war another shock at 1 oclock Sunda nfterubon 4 4Nuteti Couapoerlrad Vjennn Jon 2 MHloecker thoJ off coffipdser who had been auQerl- ntrrnp paralytic stroke is dead f I r I WIEE OF GEN AGUINALDO she Wltb lien Sitter aa4 IU Filly our Have Vurrciidrretl t flat llarcb Manila Jan 2The first movement of a general south advitnce occurred Monday morning lmuu two battalions of the 30th Infantry lauded and oecu pled Cubuyno on the south side o l nguna de hay Two Americans ire killed and four were wounded Twin tyfour of the enemys dent were found lu one house One hundred nut fifty prisoners and four slxpouudcr rapidUru lllllK were captured The gunboat Laguua de Day bum o bunted the town before the dUeuibar katiou of thin troops front the ctis coes which was made under the ene uiys shrapnel tire The enemy ated thu plate before the Americans rotrtotlug to Santa linen to which town they ure pursued Heavy fighting occurred along tho road to Santa Kosa which was occu pins by the insurgents retreating south toward Silang The Americans burned the country between null around Cabuyao The gunboat returned to Calnmba for reinforcements stud thence cnme to Manila to deli a uuUlalt Iou She recently onpturmlt two nf the enemy r sterna InunChrn ono under thin fire of artillery at Ca 1 latnba and also four CUSUOOH loaded1 with rice Other regiments were mobilizing Monday nt Sun Potlro Mtioutl und1 IUI K pruparntory to continuing the southern nUvnnoe Sundays capture of bombs involved the slsiiro of documents Inculpating 1000 Filipinos who Intended to rill MKolnat the Americans Papers were oleo found shovliig n distribution of thu city Into districts aud u careful niwIgiiuieDt of leaders and followers The precautions taken by the Aineri suns OH Saturday It is now evident t slope preventwl an uprising The pro roil marshal hu requested that two muro rgiini Ht be detailed for tho protection of Manila Throe thousand troojm are HOW actually In tho ally AgnloaMes wife staten and IS Pill pines have Mirr iiiiered to IIlJMah y batulina of the 3d Infantry nt ton toe province of that name Ckte Filipino officers also surren dartd to llaj llaroh BUt the Pill ptaoa gave up two 9ltabahalad two A1rafeaN tertsouers MIDNIGHT FIRE Flat lions In New York Outlet Lun a OOOOi Child ICIIIrd and Other icruu Hurl i1New tIe Jan 8 Theta alarm haw VMM front Ja fur a Are In a at avenuedtjMsac which suddenly beklaid from taw building were dieter fey Aheelntl out jheir A down wonw i while Htwny j r taxa got to the street by MMUIM of fire escapee It Is feared that tier f ddanM of Ute iro tar ct t oil tIM esoatw of sotto of the tenants On the top floor cmonUisoU Loretta I Lvnnert war ound in bod dead SheII had bees smothered by smoke I The ehlldM father leftwArd a butch or was taken to Flower hcwiltal j teadVtIIIu and taken toL Uwllovun hospital suffering from shack Joseph Lrnncrt brother of the dead hilt jumped from a window on ouit of the lower floors He wns seriously Injured and taken to Hello vue ho ptnl Joseph KellehtT agod1 IV a bell boy ruvhod Into the build lag before the arrival of the men lie rescued Tillie Powers n child i carrying her through the fire and1 smoke lie was burned about the hands and fate Itobort Lowe agedI 18 u companion of Kclloher who air woof Into the burning building was burned about the hands Pauline Tlehman OS years old who boars with the family on the first flour jumped from her window Her back was Injured cvorY1bodyhouse was gutted entailing n loss ofr 300000 Ten families were made 11 0rlleJ UIlIIII McCoy Defeated Maker i New York Jau 2JhlcCoyagain planed himself in the champion still class by defeating Peter Manor lu u brisk well fought battle of five rounds before thin Coney Island Ath lotle club Monday afternoon The fight was scheduled to last 23 rounds and thin purse was to have been 20 000 but the attendance was not na large us had Leon ocpcctcd and be prlnolii receive the gross receipts I The Wolfaobn CAt Los Angeles Cal Jan 2 Attorney Oscar Hamburger who representedI the heirs In the Wolfsohn case whet to thin in nnA jthey sought recover life insurance from the New York Insurance Co Is In the city He tTMc not glee up his case though hi have waived their claim to this 10000 He docs not believe that the man who came from Chicago pretend lug to be the real Wolfsohn is so To Control the Zinc Output Chicago Jan 8 Informutlotf has reached here of the proposed forma Iron of a combination to control the xlnc output of the United States Work on the scheme has been begun end the initial steps are being taken lu Kansas City Torn to rictten by Lions Vienna Jan 2One of the animalI Weepers at the Vienna zoological gun dens entered the cage of Ions Mon day in n spirit of bravado und six lions rushed upon him and tore him io pieces S HE WANTED THE TROUSERS Whisk Accoaulcd for ITSs laablllty to ReMBT tb Orcaie Spot i A young fellow on the South tide sai a reQty valet an old taahiutud southern dark lIert Jet I went that trouaoll cloned and penned today he said noiuUM Loaf rather laud ttrt uf gortntnt that Jeff hiss onrtlgaNert back with a btu arcane spot hill pivmlneot on out knee Cant Jw tit tkat iyet nU said the owner of tat trousers No Mb Did vu try turetsUMT- IV Jt lewd 1 dine uccaur tt4 cm Tfid turpmtiiit Did you try teal oil T ffDida uplKDour tried Itunue an keroMDt u 4 AlP de oilier sine all taint tech dat grease pot Well did you ttr cm on T queued the nmttrwiths twinkl is his eye Ye rah rrph 4 JII with alacrity en deqs a puffeet tit grease ipbt an all tAh Chicago fuser Uaaa Tke HOT en eke Uacbibnad- TW U what the boy wrote about tho 4 dachshund flue ducmaouBd U a deg Pot trithatanatnapearencte 11 chat ore I Itttwo in front au twv behind an they afflt on rwkm tenni I vun t uvMle a seeks hound out of a cowcuiuber au fete inatiJaa 1an lt loots as naehnal u Mr Docks Veund U fairly intelbgrat rollAtdr rio there I Tuaiv liraini beta w far away from those talc it Luther them turn te till lUttur I wun t woo a docktltouod who wiItoo troiMaBunt to watt till ke ooinl Igmi the bole meth of hia oddy when he wntrd to WIt Ihis ale w he mlkl it up wttta 1ttale titt whendie wasted it to WOlf he won it shake hi right en as when the tale wn it shale it wood wag IM as for tll wino a butt pup with a pcddyjrw Chleco Chronicle Cheerfully Inllurs She handed uelaHk to tile Jtline ttMen jShe was calm and sheeted u ff il was ift everyday matter Madaia raid toe taller neatly yarn have forgotten to undone it- atoneJ it Y with a little womt4 ruder Vet you satyr watt jrwwr name as the tWIe Wank in case tU neon of this check faitj to answer our eall peayl l ICAIa U what he road Tbc back UI aJwar path up what iti w el uaI you seed have no worry 11Nifore 1 tadorM thin eboek V 1t MN J n IHaBhMKr UcrrafL A 1avorable Xutlre W chtOM Drsitoaai kewk U havfc a xRhRJto tl a teieatiA tnalise trerljweferretl e UN MMfo it i i mLTPlttW5 A PraM II rfore and After erfer two telak to as tlNuly twatTrlyMcN7 sMmJ I net alll u1WlntsJl =ratatlher Etftl 1 iMfMriUv fla this IhW ari taM1Ute lUHk MMMMBtr ta NHM4 show letere rtoWUr la love with the beirvM11 llox faa 1wailed the wallkJag sraknl- Amencaa a MeAtY talks Nt u hue plenty of It It rt itcnK Y ttei I Use It oI taro used Ayers Hair Vigor for a rmtty yfianellt Las been very satisfactory to EC in every way I stave rccoamcndcd it to t great Quay 1of ny CneedInd ticy lave all been perfectly satuied with k Mrs A Edwards Sea FtaA Icisco Cal Pcb 9 16 9- 9TullE u4kLtIteTkats always the Way nth our Hair Vigor When per SOBS use it they are always so hi lily pleased with it that they tell then treads about it lf your hair is short too tnia splits at the ends is rough or is falling out our Hair Vigor will youYIf your hair is just a little 8rO perfect white A ate Hm VIgor win Lrtag backto it all the dark rick color it Iud Years and yeas agotlai a +tti sonic b I Write tho Doctor 1lpoadonotoburhaallthelxacOfsyon writthee willtdlljron jl1lt A the right thlnic to do and t oabratJIOqueatJ J Ana Lowell Mass UaeFitert ti J y T W T WWreWKl I Iv I Ir r j u It PAST EXPERIENCES he M d- tDr Talmnce Says They Should Derl i Our Guides for the Future Home Prnellc and Timely Sncur lions a lo ItlitM llrlnu Our Life a a Tale Plant 1rald ICoprlibv 1889 by Louts Ktopscbf1 In this holiday discourse Dr Tat range takes the opphrtunlly of ofticring Seine verjr practical und use hit sugi utlont text IM I ins xe Ot We 11lId our year us n tube that I III eIJheI wilderness and during 39 years of theII 40 nothing U recorded of them and I suppose no other emigrants had ti duller or more uninteresting timeI than they had Bo they got to telling stories stories concerning therntselves or concerning others stories about the brick kiln of egypt where they hnil tolled In slavery stories about how the waters of the ItedJ tea ftngf the lienvons to guide then bj nl htnstory of Ibises doitroyliig the rertllCof the vvfldorness storks of personal encounter It must limo been nn nwIful thing to tune had nothing to do in M yours except to got lost every f time they tried to osmpe from thu wtWerNcis So they whiled away the time In story tolling Indeed there were persona whone one budges wns i to Htirmta stories add they were 1 Mltl by spell trifles na they could plek lift from the surrounding lUteavrv fa scab ItMtftwoes oar text refer when It nysi MVe spend our years as a tlOI that Is teldM At this tremendous passage from the your ISM to the year I WO It wMl do us nil good to consider that our whole life Is A awry tolda good story or a had story n tragto story or A mirthful storyi n wins story orIfoolish story n clean story or a IUthyII frya story of success or a story of failure We spend our years as A tale that Is tokl In the first place I remark that t every persons life lu n very ntreltt lug story My text dues not depre elate n tale that U toW Wo hue All of us Iwyrn entertained by the AtArvfvller when snow hound In IbcI rail train or In the group n winters night in the farmhouse or gathered nrooml n blazing hearth with orneI tiHsttrrt At the mountain Inn tndelttI It Is A i ral eworlky nrt to Impeison ate a good story well If you doubt thcprfietloal and healthful and InspJr ing UM of such n story take dawn from the library IVnshta ton Inlng 1 Tales of n Traveler or Nathaniel IlnwtlinrMea Twice ToM Tales Rut as lntoreUng us any of these would tie the story of ninny OH obscure life If the tale were ns well told Why do ire all lllco blogrnpbles nod atttebltur reptiles HecnMc tbeynre stories of eminent human lives IlHt the sUiry of the life of A backwoodsman of n mss who looks stupid of one abut whom you never heard n word must bo just us thrilling on a Mnall Mfile ns on n larger real Is the Illof n Cyrus or a Caesar or n Plrarrn or n Mark An tony or a Oiarlemngn or the late Gen Cordon who was upon n parapet lundli1t his soldiers with nothing but A stick In his hand and his troops cried flordon come down You mil l e lanai lust ho IUd not oomc da wn and one of the scikllcni toflloll It IIs nil right lie dont mind being Villotl Ho Is oni of those bleued ChrUtlnns If you get the confldenee of that very plain man just come out of the backwoods sail eon Induce him to give the stirring experiences of his life he will tell you that which will make your Wood cunlle nnd your hair stand on end That night wltenI n panther disputed his pathwayon the way liotnc that landslide when the moun loins seemed about to come down on his oabln that accident to his houro hold and no surgeon within S IS tulles that long storm that stint them In and the food was exhausted that contest nt his doorway with bandits who thought there might bo within sonic thing worth Inking thnt deathbed with no one but himself to count the fluttering pulses As Oliver Cromwell on the nnniver snryof his greatest victory followed hla darling daughter to the grays so In the humblest and most unpretending life there has bren a commingling of gladness and gloom of triumph nnd de spair Nothing that David flnrrick ever enacted fit Drury lame theater In the vrny of tragedy or Charles Mat thrws ever played In Coventt Garden In the way of comedy excelled things which on n small scale have been seen in the life of obscure men and women Many n profoundl nnd learned sermon tans put the audience to sleep whiles me man whose phraseology could not be parsed and whose attire was cut and titled and made up by plainest housewife has told the story of his life in n vrny thnt melted the prnyer circle Into tears ns easily ns n warm April sun dissolves the snow of the previous night Oh yes while we spend our years tit n tnle thnt Is tout it Is nn Interesting story It Is the story of nn Immortal rind thnt makes It Interesting He IIs launched on nn oceun of eternal yenrs in n voyage Hunt will never terminate f lie Is striking the keynoteof nn anthems or n dirge that will never rome to its last bar Thnt IsI what makes the de votional meetings of modern times to much more Interesting than they used to be They ore filled not with illsI courres by laymen on the subject of justification and tnnctlilcnttan which lay discoursea administer more to the facetious than to the edifying hut with stories of what Mod has done for the soul how everything suddenly becameI i talsumlo In times of laceration how was personally helped out and helped up and helped on Nothing eon stand before such a atory of personal personal transformation per a sonal Illumination The mightiest and most skillful argument against Chris a tianity collapses under the ungrom mulicnl but sincere statement The atheistic profestor of natural philoso phy goes down under the story of that bnckw0odsmans conversion The New Testament suggests the Is of the tale that Is told Christ Is was the most effective story teller of all the ages The parables are only well told Matchless stories That of the traveler cut up by the thieves and the Samaritan paying his bill at the tavern that of the big to which the Invited guests sent fictitious regrets that of the shepherd answering the bleat of the lost sheep and nil the rural neighbors that It night helping him celebrate the fast that It was safe In the barnyard that of the hid boy reduced to the swlncs trough greeted home with such banqueting anti jewelry that It Muffed the older son with jealousy anirdiigruntle ment thai of the Pharisee full of brag nail the pubUean smiting his with n stroke that brnughidown heavens In cnmniUcrntlon stories leprosy about paralysis about catalepsy about dropsy nhoutophthnl mla stories that he so well told that they hue rolled down to the present and will roll down through the entire futureThe most of the Old Testament It made up of Inspired unecdotes about Attain and Bye about Jacob about Knot about A hob and lerebel about lonnli shout Daniel about Deborah about Vashtl about men and women of whom the story gave an accurate photo long before human photography was born I et all Christian workers prayer meeting talkers Kunday schoolteachers and preachers know the power of that which my text calls the tale that IIs told If you have had experiences of par don nnd comfort noel dlienthrnllmnt tell of It Tell It In the most pointed and ft G inn Me way you can manage Tell It soon or you may never tell It nt nil Oh the power of the tale thnt Is told An hours discourse about the foot that blasphemous behavior IIs sometimes pnnlshed In this world would not Impress us as much as the simple story that In n town of New York state at the close of the last ecu tury aa profane men formed themselves Into a club calling them arms Society of the Druids They met regularly to deride and damage Christianity One night In their awful meeting they burned a Bible and ad ministered the sacrament to n dog Two of them died thnt night Within three days three were drowned In five years all the a9 came to a bail end Ilefnre justices of the pence It was warn tt two were starved to death seven were drowned eight wen shot five committed suicide seven died on the gallons one was frozen to death anti three tiled accidentally Incidents like that sworn to woukl balk any pro posed Irreverent and blasphemous be havior In what way could the fnct that Ire fidelity will net help anyone die well be so tower fully presented as by the Incident concerning a man falling iU InI Paris just after the death of Voltaire when a professional nurse was called In tad slit fcokril IsJ the gentleman i Christian Why doyou ask that said the messenger I nm the Hurst who attended Voltaire in his last Ill tills and for nil the wealth of JKurope I would never see another Infidel Uc What discourse in Us moral and spirit ual effect could equal a tale like t hut 1 You might argue upon the fact that those fallen im our brothers and sin tern hut could we Imprcks anyone with such n truth so well at by the scene near Vlotorin park London where teen were digging a deep drain and the shoring gave way nnd a great pile of earth fell upon the workmen A nuns stood there with his hands In hula packets looking at those who were trying to shovel away the earth from those who were buried but when Mime out said to the spectator 11111 your brother Iis down there then the spectator threw otT his cant nnd went to work with nu agony of earnestness to fetch up his brother What course of argument could so well tu that In eldest let forth thnt when we toil fur the salvation of n soul it Is a brother whom we are trying to save A second rending of my text reminds me that life is not only n story told but that It Is n brief story A long narrative stretched out indefi nitely loses Its Interest It Is general ly the story thnt takes only n minute or half n minute to rehearse thnt ar rests the attention And tint gives ndditlonal interest to the story of our life It Is a short story Subtract from our lives all the hours of necessary sleep all OUt hours nt Incapac ity through fatigue or Illneis all the hours of childhood and youth before we got fairly to work and you have abbreviated the story of life w much that you cnn appreciate the Apostle tauten expression when ho compares lifo to a vapor thnt appcnreth for n little srnsnn nnd tbcn vanishes sway It docs not tJlhlung to tell nil Iho vicissitudes of life the gladness ami the griefs Hie arrivals nnd tho de partures the stresses and the fail tires the victories and the defeats the ups nnd the downs time longer we live tho shutter the years Wo hardly get over Ithe bewildering fntigiio of fcclnctinp gifts for children find friends anti wo thnt the presents get off In tlmo to arrive on the appropri ate dny thnn we see another ndvnnc Intf group of holidays Autumnal fruit so sbnrpty ehfes the summer harvest ad the snow of the white blossoms of springtime come so soon after lie knows of winter It fn a re murk so often made Huntt It falls In make any impression and the olotl s tndo that calls forth BO reply How rupldlyI time goes A third reading of my text reminds me that life Iis not only n story told but story listened to There Is nothing morotvcxntlous to anyone than to toll story when people are not attending They may whisper on some other sub jfct or they arc preoccupied One cannot jell a story effectually unless of there are good listeners Well that which In my text U called thetale that told has plenty of listeners There no such thing aa solitude no such thing as being alone Uod listens and a0 the oJr Is full of spiritual Intelligences all listening and the world listens to no the story of our life some hoping It will be successful others hoping It will be a CallureItWe talk about public life and private life but there Iis no private lIferbe story of our life however Insignificant may seem to be will win the applause or hiss of a great multitude that no moo can number As u ytile that Iis told among admirers or fflmigonlsu celestial or pnndemonlacs the unlvcrs Is full of listening ears as well as ul gleaming eyes If we sty or do the right thing that Is known I suppose the population of the Intelligences In the air is moro numerous than the pop motion of Intelligences on the earth Aye nil the world will yet listen to and be redeemed by a talc that Is told Weareall telling it each In his own way some by voice some by pen some by artists pencil some by harp uod some by song mother telling it to chill teacher telling It to itahhulh 1 clout reformer telling It to outcast preacher telling It to assemblage I lit I story of the Loveliest of llenvcn coming I down to this scarred and blurted island of a world He was ordered buck from its shores and struck through wllhII manors of human hate aa soon as beJJ landed Shepherds dog baying on lh hills that Christmas night was bCtttjj treated than this rescuer of u race yet keeping right on brambles on tJroII feet on spikes flagellated with vrhlpt that had lumps of lead fastened to them through midnight without InDII terns through storms without u abel ter through years that got blacker IInII ill they ended In A noonday with the sun blotted out Mightiest tale ever J told und keep on telling it until theI lust sorrow Is assuaged and the last animosity quenched sad the last des ert li white with the Illy and golden with the cowslip and blue with the gentian and crimson with the rose My text In referring to the years reminds me that In 12 hours this year wilt forever hate gone away Ninetynine out of the hundred years of this century will have disappeared We have only one year of the century left There ought to be something especially tug gestlve in the last year of a century JL ought to be a yenr of unparalleled in dustries of unheard of consecration Not n person In any of our audiences this day can remember the tint jenr of ihU century Not a person ID any of our audiences today will everagaln re the last year of a century Through medical science the world longevity may Ihe greatly improved In I the future II It has been In the past but It would not be welt for people to live too long Some of them would through their skill at acquisitiveness gather too much and some multi millionaires would become billionaires and trllllonalrrs and some ont would after awhile pocket a hemisphere No Death IIs useful In Its financial limita lions and then nit pure enough sorrows aiul annoyances and sufferings by the time they become nonagenarians or eentenarlnns to make It desirable tc quit Besides that It would not be fnl to long to keep so many gooo old peo pie out of llenveu So it is well tit ranged that those who stand by the deathbed of the nineteenth ccnturj will not be called to stand by thedcnth bed of the twentieth ceaurv Oh crowd this last year with prayer with lionmiuf with kind words with helpfulness Make the peroration of the century the climax of Christlike deeds Close up the ranks of God nnd during this remaining 12 niontna charge mightily against the unit of Abnddou have no reserve corps Let swiftest gospel cavalry gallop anti heaviest mural artillery roll nnd mightiest evangelistic batteries thun der on the scene Let ministers of the UOlp1 quit nil controversy with tael other unit In solid phnlnnx march nut for the worlds dltlntlirnllinrnt Let printing presses secular and religious make combined movement to Instruct anti emancipate the world On all the hills let there be Elijah praying for a great rnlu and on every contented field Joshuas to see that that victory Iti gained before the sun gees down end every mountain become a transfigura tion and every Unlike a walking prance for thin worlds discnthrollment Let us be jealous of every month of every week of everyday tint pusses without something significant and glorious wrought for God and thistln cursed world Let our churches be thronged with devout assemblages Let the chorals be more like grand marches than requiems Let this c mlng year see the last wound of Trutihvnal and Philippine conflict and the earth quake with the grounding arms of the last regiment ever to be marshaled and the furnaces of the foundries blne with the fires that shall turn the last swords into plowshares And may nil those whose liven shall go out In this last year of n century in many will meet In the Heavenly world those who In the morning and noonday of this 100 yearn tolled and milTered foot the worlds salvation to tell them 1 IJftw much linK been accomplished for the glory of Him whose march through the test 10 centuries Bud through oft Scripturesileacribe and to conquer Oh the contrast be tween that uplifted spectacle of eter sal triumph in the presence of Clod and the Lamb and these earthly scenes where sec spend our yeara aa a tale that w told TlRlttP FOR TRUSTS ONLY RepiiMlcnn LcRUlntlun Looks To An ward the UiiliuUdlUBT of Monopolies In a pamphlet entitled Tho United States Merchant Marine on the Oceans issued by time Marine Review Cleveland 0 Mr K T Chamberlain United States commissioner of navigation reviews the progress of the worlds maritime nations This review is especially interesting containing a frank republican conafusion of the truth that there Is now good reason why a high protective tariff should be maintained by this country In speaking of the marked of Interest In the establish meat of nn American merchant ma rine Mr Chamberlain attests to the necessity for such ft marine service by BtaUng that it Is demanded for the cdrrying of American goods abroad Our manufacture have developed so rapidly ho says flhnt tho place the home market filled in the political dls oupions of 1C or 10 years ago 1IB now filled by the jrcigu markets Save as a factor in the further strengthening and fostering of tho trust 1I tem it is difficult to see In the light of this authoritative rcpuu loan utterance why tho tax of n hip protective tariff should be imposed on the American people It certsiliily is not needed fcr the protection of Araerii an manufacturer from forHfftt oanipetition since American manu fnotnreri thus so snccewtnfy com pole in toreign markets that their ham trade has become of secondary- IfImrnCO And surely to foreign menufaoiurcr titus undersold In hits own markets cannot undersoil Amer icans in American markets withI freight insurance and other legit mate sod unavoidable olMrgcH aided to toe cost of his production- It will Ite interesting to hoar a re publican plea for the Dlngloy tnrurI under these acknowledged conditions that shall indicate anything beyond determination to uphold the trust control of American markets by mak- Ing exnrbltAnt prices for trust goods possible Already thanks to the tar lit Americans Ipay more for American manufactures than the same Amerl can goods are sold for in foreign markets If this means anything hut n wrongful tax on American consumers for the sole benefit of American trust orgaalaatlonx its further meaning is not sppnrcnt on the face of the figures The American people will be blind indeed if they now fall to sec that the present protective tarn is nothing more nor loss than nn arbi trary levy for trust benefit at their expense upheld by the republican party at trust dictation SU Louis Keptblic EXPANSION EXPENSIVE Large RUb of CsttenC Will retie w t the7Vrpnbllenn Paltry of I ImperlnlUm economy and expansion are not persons This fact In demonstrated bj Secretory Gage who estimates that tinI expenses of the present congress will but about 1250000000- Jxpan810n has a large and magnifl cant sound when the word is spoken bj n Jypleal imperialist like Mark Ilnnna butt it Also implies n lurgo and magnifl emit bill of expense One of llnnnan pet schemer of expanding commerce Is to auh ldlMe American shirK That menus Uw4 businesR which dont pay under nom Inn conditions can be randy 1rol1 tAble If the government will only furnish tth money to make the profit Republican editors arc not unaniI mously in favor of this kind of expan skin and the Philadelphia Ledger n so htl republican newspaper takes oc caficn to royt it determined and persistent effort ui tslucilhy n power fui cntnbinatt Ion II III about to bo marie in behAlf of granting shi p subsidies f 18000000 to rich Io itlons whlrh seem to look upon n willIIon the treasury as a simple and eai y method of making money Sena tot Lodge has Introduced n hill appro pr sting SllOCOfWO for n Pacific en be tb X1earagtiH canal project Is waiting a avornble opportunity mud Senator Cu lornt not satisfied with till ye rly expenditures of 145000000 for pensions has fathered a bill for remov ing the disabilities of soldiers who de cried or were dishonorably dis charged on the ground that the tied tint arrived when the govcrrmcnt can he jtnngnnnitnous nnd forgive any litt tie lndisorction of the soldiers of the civil wnr In the grand rush of Imperialism there seems danger that some of our til g ilators will lose not only their sense or Ignlty in prying open time treasury bt the sense of ordinary Integrity 1 liesc words are timely and sbould rirffully conslderfll by the advocates of expansion lout it remains for pro to to east out of power the party hrh favors expansion at time expense1 of yin people who pay thlnxlsChtc- n n Democrat TruolK Iroteeleil 1sI certain that the prevalence of trim tsin the United States Is due in Inrj o measure to nn undue tariff pro tec tin given certain American mmiufne tur tHo There IsI reason to believe thnl one of the most effective blows which conkVlte levled ngnlnst n butt com binntlbh wfuld be to permit the eu I trnnop itito the United States qn equal I theIMinjlnr product of foreign inanufnetnr trK Thin would tend to restore the composition which the formation of the trujt has ended nod to break the mo nopply thet trustt has created This fact alone raises trusts to the dlmen slons of n national issue So It will reo innn unless the present congress takes IrnHcj nctlon to end the abuse There I J wbo reek- the ire wga pjeuty for those anti willing bamitt can find theIr- ttt loofiSS Louts Jtpubic I t iTROUBLE BETWEEN FRIENDS Ic Open Rupture Ilctvrcen the Allied Forces of Noodle and Iluucnmbe e If there was any ono thing w Lich the tariff protcctccs felt entitled to countee uponkUt was the full and unremitting Ire care of their interests by the McKinley ndministraUon Mr McKinley was theTo great panjandrum of the tariff system and Mr Manna was his prophet And both of them assured the beneficiarici ia that system that neverno n veren would there be any action on the part of the administration which would the tend to weaken the right of tho tariff barons to plunder the rest of the population It was precisely upon the strength of thi representation that Mr llanna in the summer of 1800 took his trusty skillet in his hand and proceededI IToto extract from the protected manufacturers grease sufficient to lubricate the machinery of the republican party the I results being made evident at the elec tint tion in November The famous fat frying tour was successful only be cause the tariff batons reposed confidence are in the firm 01 Mo Mac It appears that that confidence is 111 re I quitedAt events there is much dfssonalo- over reciprocity hills as well as over at the proposed measure which would es tablish free trade between the United States and our new colonial posMiJon of Puerto Illoo Tho view of the administration respecting the beauty ott a prohibitive tariff have undergone some change during the last 15 monthsi owing to the cxpaubion policy which i IIhave 11Idrotthe tariff beneficiaries are naturally unrcbbngid and there time issue is joinedI U The administration desires to let downtime bars a trifle so that trade con totl low the flag The contributors to thi fat fund of 1806 demand the fulfillment of their contract The result is much bitterness on both aidesSIit is amusing indeed to listen tow tome of the recriminations Selfish ness plaintively declares the Washing ton correspondent of an administration organ jumps to the front in an effort to defeat every reciprocity mesas lire proposed by the government That is the administration seeks to wriggl- out I of its contract with the protected manufacturers and those gentlemen respond by lobbying to defeat such consummation And Mr Kasson the reciprocity commissioner wails bitterly i that if there be 49 articles in a treaty J in which the United States have the advantage and one in which something i is given to the other fellow nothing I is said in this country about the 40 butI all the people Interested in the other onewhether it be rice or sugar or bacco or files or hoes or sausages raise a howl and pelt the senate with ap peals to reject the whole thins This Is very sad indeed but it wasi tc have been expected How can the nd ministration make fish of one tarif beneficiary and flesh of another Wai 1it not nominated in the bond that awalls should be built around the entire unthat trywhich should keep out competitl- absolutely Ion And of whet value is aw which contains n gate through whichi foreign rice ar sugar or tobacco or filesi or hoes or sausages may enter to the great injury of honest gentlemen paid large sums to elect Mr president How cnn that stalesm defend his course lA seeking to repu diate his contract IIne may try to do It but he will fail What IkI more 10 the purpose his efforts toward a measure of commercial free IIdom are silo likely to fall For as the disconsolate correspondent already quoted admits the tariff barons swing Ithethrough the sovereign may I he cannot execute The firm of Me Mac will bo forced to carry on its ton tract willynilly and as It will do under compulsion Itlan claim credit for the proceeding rTht cheerful feature of the situation Iis heaven rupture between time to allied forces of buodc and buncombe When certain people fall out certain other people are likely to get their own Chicago Chronicle The Knit of Quay IIQUA has seemed nn Irro power in Pennsylvania politics butis persistent fighting on the part of a determined opposition has had its feet Apparently the downfall of Pennsylvanias boss is now in sight Press dispatches from Washington inS dicate that Quay will not be seated senator In that event he is not lIke- ly I to recover the prestige he when he failed of reelection at th hands of the List Pennsylvania leg Is lature The opposition encouraged by results already achieved wilt be greatly strengthened for further cone testa with Quay The success of movementI against Quay in Pennsyl1 Itlnin undertaken with little rea hope of accomplishing results is fui 1 1 of cneaiiragctnunt for time enemies bossiwn everywhere No boss Iis invulnerable no matter how strongly he mud seem to be intrenched Chi cago liecord End It needs no prolonged meditation on the part of president or men to determine the 1power that I be exercised tu check theI monopolies + which deal in articles prntvclcd 1 the McKlvleyWilsonUingley tariff system It needs only the courage promptly tOMssert the power of removing the tariff upon lilt products of the truiIt is evident that President McKinley Is lacking iu that start of courage He has run away from hu opportunity to strike ai effective 1 blow at th root of time trust est Iu to shrift the entire responsibility to shoulders of congress which means that no legislation whatever In re straint of trust formation and opera tiou is to be looked for nt the hands of the congress npw btglnnHglts lout u l Rochester IIeraid f J r KAIIPBLXOG1OLTJB JIY WTIIGIIT A IATTRIlSHJf saidfillDO YOU realize gentlemen Smith si the members of the Kali kog club gathered around the evening I that this is to be our last evening toIBetter in these woods for at least a our vacation in the yearII district ends and by tomorrow othing uniooked for happens we will have sailed up the door of the clubhouse reeled our lines for the last time this year stored I boats and the night train on the Grand 5 Trunkwill be carrying us swiftly back to tater and to our various vocationarWithout going into particulars or men Honing names it has teemed to me that this would be an excellent time to confess our i prevarications so that we may quit this bead tifulspot with a clear conscience 1 would suggest what do you refer Brother Smith o asked the Pastor To put it in plaia English said Smith think we have all lied more orless and now would be a good time to tell the truth I presume that you realize that there exceptions to that statement of aU Brother Smith sold the Pastor Now i 7 7 made no exceptions and intended none said Smith As for myself Iam here bignI knew how and still make it a Me that might believed and 1 goers you fellows swallowed it without much question I have not believed a single thing you S r have said about fish since you have beenyhere enid the Pastor Nor 1 echoed the others The biggest lie that 1 have told since I is been here was that one about the of bus Yorker and 1 caught in lea Icy lake We were trying to outdo the and did so far at Ule lie wan con and if he did not believe our story was because his own was not true What wrI shall have to refer this matter to the a i llrothereSmith put in the PastortI would advise you not to replied but as 1 was going to say what did catch that day wn all in the boat I when we returned Iud as several members tel this club counted theta it will not be dis puted when 1 a there were 133 base of i over the legal lengthiIt was only 128 for I counted them to tether with Husky Hill said Tice What is the matter of ten trans mare or 1 therecgentlemen in my confession 1S3 bass inn teed of the five or six hundred that 1I told about and I believe that every era win feel abutter if they follow my example 1 believe that the advice Kiuith gives us n is good said Yorker and I resize new astt I never did before the enormity of lime lie 1 i told in reference to the muikalliuig caught in Crane lake You dont need to nuke any confeuiu of that said the Pastor for everybody knew that it was a lie when you tod it toItstems to me that 1 remember distinct 1ly of your going to Crane lake to fish for mutkcUunge on the strength of thabfttory replied Yorker and it was not as bad as your Crown island bow story at that 11veracity iit not in question ut the present lime replied the 1salor- Ke we wilt hear from you feter said Yorker provided of course your con is not too ela tc Hut to return to my Crane lake story I imply wish to say i I didmeatcba multluoje and that it boat but that was due to our allevkvvanlneta rather thou the size of the 6h for when wp got it on shore whichW finally dudmt only weighed 43 pounds You laid me the tiuth of that Crass ucake story the day we were at Uealy lake onlyepoundsnWhat 1t s nuttier of five pounds more or lees in the sue of a mutkcllunger said York r er and Hill Reeves nudged Murky Bill when Smith diJ not reply r 1 have told so many different tales re garding the size and weight of fish that I kuve caught in these Ontario takes and urn said lice that 1 hardly know where to begin my confession r Why not straighten out the Moon river r1 story of 3S muskellunge TO truss and 140t1dtrout in ten hours utked Husky Hill J That might be a good place to begin at ss that story was exaggerated somewhat i- so Tlie truth u tbil 1 only caught 35 musket oIsnge CU bus and no trout at slim for I j did not fish for them There are any num her of trout in that stream and its tribu twirl however aud I do not doubt that it i crwould be finds iomblc for a man to vetch sa man fish at IIsaid I bad caught in the Moon river in the ItCfith of time I claimed to have fUhcd In reality 1 only fished nine hours and three quarters As far the other movies 1 have told about fUiiing in iynh pee ling utfd the turrouodin ake 1 ran b1ceorill of them with the single statement that 1 never caught more than 110 bata any out day in any of thee lakes but that 1 imagine iis better than any of thee rest of you seer did if tile whole truth was known Gcntiemcn began the Pastor when Brother Smith started this little exponent e meeting 1 did nut reslixc the good that it pas to accomplitti lu fact I was afraid it stwould remit iu mure harm than good and 1 cannot tiring that the prevurieationt my lell to the point of rsJling them lierth0tii havcbeen told by several f you arrvcd these owning tires would on y be again ciiK i pc rated and tlwt ruare ofl you at tart would return to your heart with an added weightyheulon your conscience It hat pleased nee greatly to listen te such confessions as have 1WII made this evening sad I am sure that you feel the bttur for laving mode 1thrni There it one thing for which I am 1vorry and that is that llrolhcr lUrnrs i not here to retract the story ht told uf ratchiriR execs tloli tlnu I aught at Crown in- Land several years ate 1 1tin tare that lied Brother Harnen been with us 10 night be would kave beet modal to u the mph truth of tkst story and r o itiute a load IUhom kali fOBHillIKe aatare you going to do stout that otury of yours ttyt started lltc troube 1lcCIII Wish lto iV tu rrtrntd 0 tr thing that I may have I l i have III n here that x tofu dead t imyandIi i i ao enllcd ttffSMUII Huulil bv lit i tiuI and R lie n fleetlf When I WdIfl tii il uMiiuy fill sod a frt1cJ1llIIm m Yea raid WO Krui v ta- PoMibly I lIadU H VH e correct number sad t only wiIhuJ tI correct my dI4Intfgtisreom1 teeing rqutIII Jared forfeited wjien you lit htfrrie raid luck hill to if mil h as they traikd back to time ctubhptite VrflI it has taught me a lcon any tvgyl repjjril Smith t 11111I wont be 1p fool Isb again very soon 1 I am sorry for hi take as well as my race f 1 i v aa rlaa t Buildingt1 t Material t 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM t BEN f I f Doors and Windows Shingles Lime and Cement 1Builders Hardware t Paints Oils etc ESTIMATES 1 CHEERFULLY r I FURNISHED R FEED STUFFS I t HayOafr Oorn Bran etc tcti I LPWS Ellison l ff- H VT I IF WE TOTED WITH MACHINES Ohio Paper Says Oar Troubles Would be at an End Cleveland Leader Money is being raised with which to meet tbe expense ot contesting the election of all tbe state oflioers recently inaugurated in Kentucky Tbe state is likely to be kept In a turmoil for several weeks at leaetr and grave injoatice may be done bef ire tbe eouteets are finally diea posed of i couldibe avoided if voting machines were used instead of ballots infooadnotiugeleciious When vot ing is done automatically tbe cbunoes for fraud will be reduced to the minimum and an end will be put to the uncertainty that al To ways follows a close election The voting machine does its work per featly It will not falsify the returns nor can it be beaten by the I designing nisi There are many arguments In favor of tbe adoption of machines l Of course the first cost of tbe mechanical devise is an item of worth e considering but that will be off sot by the reductiou of the usual expenses of the election There will be a big saving on the print I ing of ballots Thou again it will lJbeservices of many of the election V officials who are now employed and to reduce tbe pay of those who are now needed Tbere will be no counting of ballots for tbe I result of tbe election is stated ac curately by tbe machine at tbeJJ conclusion of tbe voting ABOUT tbe most notable accom plishment of tbe high tariff these days Is to prevent Americans from buying Aaiericau made goods as cheaply as they are sold to Euro peansrI 4 t AN advance of 10 per cent in wages affecting between 70000 t and 70000 persons went into crtfeat Monday in many of the cot ton manufacturing cities ann towns of New EDJhmdrI THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN t t F t OF 1900 I I pareII I are now being calldlII I dates discussed The voice of the ptlott pie as recorded by ballot at the approach I probabldecidenext decade Every spleen must aludy the great questions that are lo come be tote tbe people This can be done only through the medium of a great newspa per Now iaI the time therefore for every voter lo aubscrlbe for the best and most reliable newspaper obtainable Tbe bemi Weekly Republic covers the whole field of political nun While hiis Demo ratio it publishes the news iu regard to au political parties without prejudice Its telegraphic and cable newservlce I + sut parlor to tbat of any other paper ItsI 1epeulalfeatures are the best In tact ii- t it t the paper for that large clam of read era who cannot afford or do not have ac cess to the daily papers Attention ia also called to the Repub lics Sunday Magazine Its half tone 11 lustrations alone are worth the eubgcrip lion price It iia made up of special ar ticles by the best literary talent embrac lug a variety of current subjects of In terest News features of absorbing in terest are illustrated and enlarged upon For the benefit of the ladles the latest lash I long are handsomely Illustrated The Republic Sunday Magazine II always inter t esling to every member of the family Tbe subscription price of the semi Weekly Republio is 100 per y tar The otlereyearJI at tbo very low price of 160 a year T secure this low rale both must be ordere and paid for at the same time Address all orders to TilE REPUBLIC Si Louis Mo I OLD COLD WaISREY W R WEBSTER SOLE AGENT FOR Union City Tenn THIXTON MILLET COJ Distillers QWENSBOROjKY 1 r Coiiiivil Proeeetltug HICKMAN KT Jan let 1900 Council met in regular le lon Prea enl Mayor Dillon Councilmen Elllgon Davis Wearit and Thompson The minutes of the font mretidg were read approved and signed The following account were presented properly approved whichi motion were allowed and checks ordtrel Irsited ur IhImuunh Tow Dillon Jr Supt of Water and Light piHtil for Cedar pale and ffftnlit on Mine 11810 Tom Dillon Jr fur street psy veil for week etidin Dec SUili 1080 W L McCutchen street pIY roll lor 8 weeks ending Dec 28d 1160 W L Moiutchen city clerk for eUtionery cutups c 480 D Urevurd for urlte So 1 00 Ou motion a check wits ordered iissued to II F Item ley for 160 c utnl Hlun on linen collected since he war City Attorney The committee to whom was refrrrrd account of 6 D Luleo County Court Clerk for bnllol book for ibe city In the lets November election reported that in their opinion 1000 was r fair and rea ennoble amount fur same and on mouton check was ordered issued lo Mr Luten for that amount Mr B1 lIulf attorney for the Roee Electric Co of St Louts presented an account for 17040 against the city fur supplies ia the yer 1803 Ae no mom ber of the present botrd knew aiijrlltlng of Lbe claim the molar wr referred to the Finance Committee for inve llgilon The hoard of Supervisors of the As aesiuient list of 1809 reported that they had performed the duty assigned Ihem at required by the charter it requiring three drys services to penorm saidl duty On motion the report was received and ordered filed end check ordered issued to Mm Supervisor sad Clerk for 600 each their serviced The Supt of Water mind Light plant pre seined his report lor mouth of December follows To bal in Treasury Dee let 90 71 It amt collectedfin December 224 64 81625 By amt paid out during Dec V7633 Bal in treasury Jan let S 39 Ui TOM DILLON JR erupt The City Martha presented the following report fur month of December taxes collected 216 bu Fines collected during the year 6166 277 01I ror which i hold Treasurers receipt TOM DILLON JR C M The City TroH tirer presentedi the fit lowing report for month of Deoemb r- GHNEaAL verb ACCOUNT ToblilI per Ilast report 5271 14 amt reed of W L McCutobeii 12 2ei 11 II recd of Vow Dillon Jr 819u 7134 By cbeok paid in lice 4uO iX to credit of this recount 812 66 WATER AND LtOUT BOMD ACCOUNT To balance on hnnd Nov report 48978 Atut paid in bj Oily Tax Oolleqor 487 31 4927 jy Uy interest paid on bond300v Balance to credit this account 697 OK CITY HALL ACCOUNT To balance last report 66 14 amt paid iu by City Clerk 76o Bdl In credit of this account 9864 No change in Cwllege Uond accouut since last reportW C JOIIMSON C T On motion the for goiug reports were received ordered spread upon the record- and file On motion tbe annual slaternenta of tbe City Clerk City treasurer City Murebal tfupt of Water and Lifbts and Supt o Cemetery are directed to be made out uud filed with Ibe Chairman of the Fi Committee for exiimlnation and ap proval An order from the Fallen County Court for 4 16 for sewer pipe furntobeJ by tar city was filed with the City Clerk fur cut lection and when collected by him lobe placed into the city treasury There being no further busineja before the Board and thin being the tact meet lug of the present Council on motion the Council adjourned sine Jie Attest W L MoCurcilEN City Cleik NEW COUNCIL Immediately upon the adjournment ot the old Council the new Bard elect ex cept Mcisra Johu WCowgill and 11 C Bbckuuu absent en oceount of aickueasj being present were called to order by lb Mityor and the oath of office wee duy ail iuintsier d lo them by Major Dillon whereupon the following proceeding were had Ou motion the salaries of tbe subordi irate officers of the Council were fixed ar follows City Treasurer 100 per HUUUIU City Clerk 160 per annum City Attar uey elOO per aauum Assedior 60 per auuuai Sexton 3760 per month Ou motiori It Is made the duty of the City Marshal lo Bin perform tbe duties of Supt of Wrier and Light plant aui Supt of Cemetery and hi + salary Iis here by fixed as follows Commission on Inset collected 6 per seal on water and light collections U per cent i as Supt of Oem every f5U per annum On motion the Council proceeded to tbr election of lid subordinate officers The following persona were nominated and unanimously elected for the ensuing term ol two years City ClerktV L McCulchen rOily Treasurer W C Johnson City MarsbalTom Dillon Jr IICity Attorney K T Tyler City Asressor II N Cowgill City Sexton J P Cusick The Mayor appointed only part of bis standing committees at present as fill 1Inffar Finance Comtnltiee L P Klllsou Water and Light Committee Elli ou and UuTiS On motion the Council adjourned to Monday evening 16th lost at f oclock for the transaction of ubh business 11- 1mltY be brought bnfore It EAttest W L McCDTCIiew C C Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put ino In my teens again writes D H Turner of Deinpgcytowii Pa Theyre tho beat in the world for Liver Stomach anti Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25o at till drag stores JIi rnorfItloIl byOhnirmnnIn WitBliiiigtou Oily to tleaijinuif n tiny for the HSBetnliling of ill1 NntioiutllOon on lion to nominate Democratic caiulldiitea for President nnd VieD President Club 00 Sent prej- Iald Slrn or Stole From onr bottom I miles bo low Ivy out 10 rears old hands high has fistula bnuulod loft ulioultlor ono uinro be liberal Domw i 2 wiSTER =DEALER IN trlNU KEVUCKYlt AANInnrlnNNJNSIU 1 1V1IIKII 1 SOLK AGENT FOR f Ppfthody l3ourbouIOld GoldIt M 310 Mountain throve e 2fiO rotnrninjr rewarded Standard LincolnI Lincoln County rtSPECIALDEAR SiHI am emtbled to sell htrebj oflcr you font quarts of 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