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La t r Ii n1 t i A fI e f I i Iw 4- I t uA blIjftjj I r EIHrF HICKM N COURIER I r J1EST JifEWSP PER Z WLSTERN KxaNTU I Yn Ij ESTABLISHED 189ULr TUN CatlCY KY JAN 12 1900 VOL XXXV 1NO t trtt R7 Ourj fLt r SemiAnnual f Clearing Sal WILL BEGIN NEXT w tl iI1 Wo shall make srfecial prices on all lines oftf Winter Goods f 1uce8te lHbre springs flf ir vf Ipurchases arrive f i iC w Wfe ini vito an inspection p I w i li f v r tP WS IJJSijN i l v rt R Pj TYLERREAL ESTAIE otJr1 m rffAGE1 Special attention siton to the Helling of teal Estate of nil kinds sad rrlttnll n rust Hue of UIH bet and must reliable Fire Iimur Miififl anmnmilfft doing bn nests hi the Stmi and thai Old Reliable MUTUAL BBNUP1T LIVE INSURANCE tiO that has already pild ont largely over ftlNIUOO Lift rimarHiiae us Hlukmnn Hill vicini ty soil I b lIuilift the oheHponi nudI tIt policy of any regnlar Lire Inmirftnctt Oompiiny doliiR bnlneas In this country He noHcltB your potrotingo Call nnd sets him T rret W C JOII5K01 tr TTLtXICIMh BANK HIOKMAN KENTUCKY wCxfeltoAAMBaocl Jl Jim JL H 6 Paid UuI Capital 5000000 UlnlCVI 4D I lJnIIJIn UfUI1ii 10000 Solicits your business We offer tbo mot Liberal Accommodation to our Customers Consistent with Established Bunking Prlutll- lllcsDIREOrOES KT TYLER 0 A HOLCOMBK J NAYLOR W II BAITZEB JJ W OOWQILL W L MoOUTCHEN M B SHAW Mr Jorgenhausser t Used to Worr HUCMUKC his ndvorticsomcnts In tin local papers didnt seam to uttrtot uttcntiondidnt draw a crowd to his store and help him to soil goods NOW HE DONT WORRY Win Because he has found thnt ho can got fifty first rate ads chuck full of suggestious the best thut aro op tearing in his line in newspapcsa the country over for a dollar untl thnt with their help it is mere play to arrange ads which fill the bill to a TI You can do the uilmc All lines Send a dollar toy i AD SUPPLY BUREAUt 4 ti tRDiVonMiirc St Room 24 BOSTON MASS tR s7K DAVIDSON JentistinOKMAN KHSTUOO r UIt10e over oowJ1II OuwJrIllt Drug StoreC i y 1I E F KEELE7t- fj AttorneyatLaw Offioo upstairs Holoombo Build tng HICKMAN KEN UCKY kill pruotico In oil Court of tho Bute THE STEVE STAR Ilvery Hiid Fee +1 ntable Below Po tofflco and opposite K1t pugsKarai tllsllr1I r Yd t c w C E BAKER9 General Grocer Powoll Block Clinton St hoeing pnreh ed the grocery Stock o- fJ1 0 Oonilurinl would be Stud to- hre allI old friend to ell Fresh Ooodn sail Choice llargtin A F OLIVER Blacksmilh and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUOKY IE A TRIAL when you wins GIVE done or repair in Wagon do Mor nholnR I specialty I also kp a full line of Undertake rfl Goods Common noopnoot and Solid Dlnck Walnut Collins and Cases which cnn bf Opted up In lOinrl noijcc unit alt reason able price Olre ma s call 1 ae Shop our the Jail Cash Boot Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY I 0 N OTIDNSIcc Cull and see our Stock Everything up to date MARY BKUKNDKS Co n 1II 1J ButbtiSuc- ora I or lo Wm DleMflbrlnk DKALRa IN antiaIProvisions aiQKNAN KENTUCKY FREE DELIVERY 1i1Illholl4H ideuue No 96 L Local and Personal t Fnrmcra call with your produce Mii SHAWS Big fitora yrs Cook has rotarucd to Gorydon yt RCcompaiiicd as far as Fulton b it Itt r Mrs Ben Davie A large number ot oar people old Wyonng went over Tbarsdy ore to opera Martha at Union Oity Mils ulai Emerson A charming ang lady of ColambHB was the- cwti of Mfag Mario Urevawd this week r The upper rivers are again clear otIee nextableIS Coming VanderUtu Tuesday and Iccturod before the pill of Hickman OollcKe Ho is ono the moat distinguished educators inI SouthSee Buchanans Cost rices on Shoes and Hats I The Fulton Circuit Court convenes l termheroand the indications are for a short a lon though there are several impor tiisnt coast which if entered into will oirnne tho full time i U8euatorm Lindsay Tho Republican vote j given to exGovernor Bradley The Iein tho Senato stood 22 to 12 and in o Honse 67 to 42 making a total ofjj ft to 54 Ono Blackburn absent and 3IBlackburn dcmocrato abientIf The steamer Fcrd Herold arrived I TuesdayMgbt cornkoasntaiion and1HI ofcff Uot the latter being a recorder to tho flab lino and the former Jbm equaled fpyrionsways havobeen suggested ftvlfttlnK the year 1000 II in dat- ers etc Homo writo it 00 fri y9 tfor lnstanos r mt there aw objections lo T e 1 or IJ tsttsllasa 0 f l+ taseionr tbhYetbe year figures from tho day of o mouth For theso reasons and oth a that might bo mentioned tho best method seams to be to write tho urst two figures of the year 19 Itas in 16lfi which would probably meet till objections Small Pox in HIckman I What is believed to be a case of small poror Cuban itoh exists in Hickman pest l The old depot Wo understand that it is not a clearly doflned case but tho authorities out of abundant precau tion placed guards about tho house to prevent any ingress or egress The af fiiotcd person is a negro by the name of dickens dlUtItI14D OVEUBYDIOKINSON In this city on tho 10th inst at tho residence of Mr 0 U Smith by Rev J H Evans Mr OhM L Overby of Woodland stills Tcnn to Miss Daisy Dickinson only daughter of Esq D W Dickinson of this county The happy voung couple left on tho- U 30 train for Fulton their future homo Mr Ovcrby is a wellknown contractor and very successful in his lino of busi ness nnd is regarded as an cxcoutional worthy and honorable young man and the bride is the accomplished daughter and only child of Esq D W Diokin 6r=e She is a young woman of rare beantv and most excellent character istics of head and heart The marriage was H surprise to all except a few inti mate friends but was with the approval of relatives and all and the hearties- congratulations goes to them for a life of happiness and prosperit- yISBELLWILSON Carried on tho 2nd inst by JudgeI Koarby Ohms Isboll to Miss Lizzie Wil son eldest daughter of B F Wilson of this countye1 reception was givon at tho homo of Mrs M T Wilson and anl elegant repast was enjoyed by a nom ber of young people The young con Aresplccuts na follows Edward Wilson set knives and forks Miss Linda Pilaut pair towels Doe set Mrs JHarpec gold lined sugar shell Mrs A Thomas tablecloth and spoons Mrs Alice Wilson hanging lamp Mrs LoVullo china soup plates Miss Belle Wilson comb case Miss May Edwards cake stand Miss 0 Wilson set suit and poppers M Wilson pickle dish Sam Wilson tea set H V Wilson sot cupsitud1 saucers Miss V Wright bon bon dishes o IVOTKI All persons indebted to mo by Dote1 or account must settle at once or same will bo put in the hands of my attor Siioi R TI Tyler for collection i184t H U AMDKRQ S- TUUSTS Tkero are Now More Thaa FITlea- dre4ia the United SUtesN There are now over 500 trustsI conytrol almost every known article of commerce in the United StatesI except a few agricultural pro darts It is predicted by stn dents of economics that thes cot lbtuutions will become nniver SHI unless oneoked by legislation The trusts now in existence are said to have property to the VitiII u of 3000000000 capitalized at 8000HM0H In other words nearly two thirds of these con cerns is water Tbe essential feet ture of a trust is monopoly It lias power to fix valuta by UrM and to set a price on its products without reference to competition All the old laws of trade have been abolished or MI least aupear to hate been The trusts put down the price of articles they have to sell in spite of the law of nnppfy sod demand The re itiarkuble Increase In prices dur lug tbe past twelve months is due very largely to tbe arbitrary de ciclon of the trusts It in just sod fair to concede that part of the increase is doe to a reaction from a long depression of busi ness out of which the country hue just emerged but that many ar tidies have doubled and oven trebled in value is the result of artificial combinations Tbe peo pie are now paying 20 to 200 per ot more for all kinds of goods than they said a year ago Manufactur ed articles have increased in price ont of al proportion to farm pro duets NO WOMEN OFFICE H01DEKS Atlanta Ga Jan 8The law of the state wk ob prohibits the holding ef ass lp bllc ofHue by- fossilsI ware invoked by Qoy 0ans- Jly 1Ie+1 titty 4tY p M iS eta sl st it MlM BUI ehe Brnokett who bp deAdrotN e eachusells Tio fndoraeineiiff MO cnmpanylng the application were of the highest character and hull cated that the applicant had act ed in the capacity of commission er in the state of New York New Jetsey dud several of the eastern slates No office under tbe con trol of the state however can be occupied by a woman except by speciall act of the legislature The Churches in 18DO The current number of the Independent contains a series of ar tides written by prominent cler gymen of the different denomitm lions with reference to the work and condition of the bodies to which they are attached Tables of statistics are added giving the number of ministers churches and members These figures are slot assumed to be literally cor reel In ell Oases but only the best obtainable Editorial comment is added in which the opinion is ex pressed that the tables are with in tbe trutb The grand total of membership of the different religions bodies mostly Christian IHI 27710004 By the census of 1800 use inembHr ship was 20612 800 so that there IR an apparent increase of over 7 000000 or about 21 per cent The Independent says that even if the gidn in population should be as great as In the last deoide that it centta which would leave the churches 14 per cent ahead lu fact now ever the increase in population iin the lIst decade was nearly 25 per cent The Independent puts the population for this year at 70000 000 a galls as Is estimated of 8 000000 or about 13 per pout OOL WM J BRYAN is cowing to Frankfort on January 10th to witness the election of the lion J 0 S Blackburn to the United States Senate Ho will deliver an address to the General1 Assembly It Is probable he will be given a banquet r aTHE Kentucky Prison Oommls sinners are preparing to give the convicts some Njjlid grub Then advertised to receive sealed bids Tuesday for six mouths supplies fur IIho two prisons cud the fol lowing Is tbe bill of faro they wanted to contract for Beer 110 Otto poundsi smoked meal 80000 pounds i flour 300000 pounds i sugar 25000 pounds molasses 5000 gallon i coffe 15000 poundsi toe 38000 puuudd 1 t4 J 10 Years for Harrell vj i Senator Harrell is the men whoTr exposed John VVbalen in the at 4 r- I Nmpt to bribe him claiming that It bto VVhalen deposited In box 569 in the LonisUlle Trust Companys vault 84500 to be Senator Har veils money when be refused jo go iota the Democratic OHBOUS E denow some of the politicians say r fthat Senator Ilarrell should be given ten years in tbe peniten tiaryf because be must bare in some way or other caused Wba c I16fl to believe hat he accepted J the bribe or else Vbaln woafd never have purled with his BOD r ey Wonder bow these people think bribery and corraption awn ever be exposed or punished an less some one having personal knowledge of snob transactions H does the exposing And how of t ton would there be exposures If 10 years in the pets was the re Iwnrr1 for exposure It Whalen proven guilty he Is the man wb should be given 10 years illjj Wbalen has bad a warrant sued for the Senator and has been arrested and has j 1 given bond Whalen claims tbatche obtained the money from blmi by false pretenses I To Oust Mayor Weaver i The Louisville Commercial the I Kepublicau State organ calls tip on the City Council now Hepab heats by a safe majority to throw Mayor Weaver oat of ogee It says to throw Weaver eat will 3i twysafarther tbat W MUM eiariilili vi+ s n aign to praotteftiTj t Irarage charged against alias encl fey 1 which Mayor Weaver and tie r g4mmtheII supported Goebel and Wballen championed the Brown ticket and hence they any Whallen peached Y We dont know how all this la 01 may be but of one thing there ap l pears a certainty and that is that Whallen is now and has been for I years a doubledyed political ras k cal and Louisville and tbe State Republicans and Democrats should unite for his decapitation and proper punishment iu the State penitentiaryrTilE PHILIPPINES UNDER SPAIN After Spanish authority had been established in the Philip pines there were between tbe years 1003 and 1060 four terrible massacres In each of which near ly 30000 people were killed that the streets of ManillaJ literally ran blood that in 1103 there was a massacre of 7000 Chinese and other foreigners timid as late sI1820 the natives and Spaniards y turned on the Chinese and Jap anese Dutch and English and 1 slew usher thousand surd in those 1 Bygone dose of Spanish misrule t there was slaughter by pirates slaughter by Holdiae and slaugh t ter by natives Coming down to tho rebellion of 189007 the Inter Ocean states that about 50000 natives were killed in the first year of the war Many of them full in battle but not a few of them were shot down as prisoners Week in and week out the Spaniards were wont to shoot a score of prisoners a day on the Luneta of Manila Under Spun isis rule sixty in every hundred prisoners thrown into dungeons died over night of suffocation Chicago Inter Ocean V f r STATE TREASURER DAY Is said to be ineligible because of his age J It is claimed he Is only twenty 4 eight years of ago and this law re quires the Treasurer to be thirty The proof is said to have been ob mined from his marriage license IT is said that there are now 90 000 Boers in the field against GO 000 British soldiers and it is stated by the New York Journalp and Ohioago Tribunes correspou dent at Oapet Fowl that the Brit IIsis army must be raised to 140 000 men IIT it Is to snake any headway against the burghers i r H y y L 7 4 f The Hickman Courier GEORGE WAIIIIEN Publisher fICY1M41N t r KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Omaha barbers will exact 15 cents icr a shave Frisco dqrrickmon demand the eighthour slay- Americans pay 700000 a year for Paris millinery Kansas City in to have a commercial travelers home The castoroil tree Is believed in Egypt to keep away mosquitos The population of Jerusalem Is 43 000 Of these 23000 are Hebrews It is estimated that Sew York has I no fewer than 10000 opium smokers About 150000000 In American capi tal Is invested In the republic of Met iJCOPaper superlortpldyed Ordinary bicycles can be changed Into taadoins by an Illinois mans in vention Of the 34000000 people in South America it is stated that 30000000 4 2 ave never seen a Bible The banana produces per aero 44 Hlmcs more food than the potato and pj times more than wheat American made clocks and watches arc now shipped direct from the port tto cvexy quarter of the globe Thus far in the year Cuba hUh bought from the United States threo times as much as it did in 1SOS t prepart ing establishments in California The British government used 124000 gallons of corn whisky lost year in I the manufacture of smokeless powder- A Loipsic publishing firm of fern 1000 marks for the words d auiit islcofthQbest German naval IungIJosiah Quincy the retiring mayor of Boston almost continuously In publicoffer for tho past 10 I j C numberpenodsother state Golf units art becoming more and score expensive on account of thej scarcity of guttn porcha out of which they are made This years vintage has been an un Francetcth tity of the wines MM Earlet Papus and Sedir hqve i capii mysteriesA white marble monument thirty I feet in height is being erected on the grave of George M Pullman in Grace- dl cemetery Chicago r A new million dollar cereal com puny has been organized in Chicago which expects to become an active competitor of the trust Portable houses are made in CanI necticut for shipment to Venezuela t Four hundy men can in three hours erect one of the domiciles Hiram Maxim first turned his at tention to gunmaking in a very small way so late as 1884 yet today hisIfirm employs over 14000 men- The National library in Paris has just acquired the 40000 volumes that formed the collection of books of fRl3telhuber the Alsatian author 1 I Queen Victorias autograph book Jens been carefully preserved during the CI years of her reign and con laths a remarkably rich collection of h autographs including those of the rope four czars and several German t kings anti emperors The subsistence of the army during the past year according to the annual report of the acting commissary Gen Weston cost 27054040 This t does not include the free rations given 1 to prisoners of war and others Uncle l conl A Creek Indian who wont with the 1 1Rough Riders to Cuba and later enlisted for the Philippines is described by UCplcscntatle Springer The Indian met Filipinos whose dialect he could understand and to whom he could talk intelligently although he had never seen them beforecA crematory has been built nt Rou en and others are in course of con a struction at Havre and Marseilles I Last year 4513 bodies were cremated 1 1toFranceoFrench women have the privilege ofwl being enrolled as free masons and indeed if they choose can join a lodge open to both scxci which has e ior grand mistress a woman A Washington man has brought suit for divorce iron his wife br catiKr she sleeps with n razor under hir pillow She will offer no expla nation for this eccentric habit nudnrefuses to give one when ns1edw j i HE STILL HOLDS OUT Gen White is Master of the Situation at Ladysmith The 1lrittal4JUlt have Ioat Ilcnvllr In the Ileceiit Atlnck In Ruth Olllocrn and 3Ien Ilnllcr Can Nol Alii White London Jan OOon White still holds out or did so 00 hours ago when the Doers ousted from their foothold inside the works suspended their assault at nightfall England has taken heart Tho situation however is worse The beleaguered forces mutt have expended large amounts of ammunition which can not be roo plenlshed and must have lost a number of ollicers and men which is counterbalanced so far as the garri I son is concerned by the grontor loss of the Uoers Gen White still needs relief and the dlflleultlcs confronting Gen Dul ler are as great as before The for mers unadorned sentences as rod and ro rend suggest eloquently the peril in thick the town was for 14 hours and how barely able his 0000 men were to keep from being over comeThe chief concern for Gen White is in respect to ammunition Sixty eight days ago at the beginning of the siege his small amount of ammu nition was vaguely described as plea TROOPER A COMRADE n of Lieut ith ooa Action with w tyrt Hie artillery then had 300 roundel per gun Some of the batteries have been in action frequently then and nJW Were probably engaged List Saturday Ills stock of shells conse quently be low and thIs will make it difficult for Gen White to cooperate in a movement by Gen Huller The entrenchments at Lady smith OR described in n message that left a day or two before the fight and has just come through are fortified hills well covered with rifle pits and trenches ilown which the Infantry move in single file to the various posts in absolute safety Full are still served The Doer agents according to the Cairo correspondent of the Daily Mail are evading vigilance respect ing the importation of ammunition The correspondent sositA large quantity of quickfiring ammunition goes to Ras Jibciitil from which point it is conveyed by dhows to the vari ous posts in safety Full ra tions are still served but no whisky or tobacco Mr Spencer Wilkinson In the Post points out that there is one division oniyat Chlevcly another at Frere and a third at Estcourt As Chiejrely is seven miles from Colenso the sec ond division would have had it march 12 miles to get into action and the third division 22 miles Gen Dul lers 30000 men and 70 guns were therefore almost inactive on Saturday Gen Greedy Ileatlnjc Enny Washington Jan DBrIg Gen A yo Urecle chief signal officer U l A who was attacked by a drunken man at Ms home Sunday evening Iis resting and aside from the shock and the weakness attendant on the loss of blood experiences no J hurt as a result of the encounter The physicians say his skull has not been Injured rnd though he probably willI he confined to his bed for some time- a rapid recovery is looked for Stricken In 1IU Pulpit Knlnmazoo lIch Jan 9hey- G Thomas was stricken with npo plexy Sunday night In his Ho had just finished his sermon andI raised his hands saying Lot us pray when n pained expression shot over his face and ho fell to the floor of tho pulpit Ills condition IIB pronounced I by the physicians extremely preen riots Ur Thomas IB aged 25 years and IH n prominent minister of this ity i With Typhoid Never on Hoard Halifax N S Jan 7Ten canes of typhoid fever were Uncovered Friday n hoard the steamer Montczumn arrived Juesduy from New Or cant for the purpose of embarking part of the necond Canadian military contingent for service in South Africa The vessel will be quarantined Untied Money for the Hoer II Chicago Jan 7Uuder the au spices of the Irish citizens of Chicago j nighthich j I I II and when Gen White hcllographcd Gen Duller really could make no move but nn Ineffective demonstration England Is preparing armaments and 33 transports will be on the wt to South Africa during the preso month According to the programmer 95000 additional troops and 78 guns will soon be afloat The government has ordered Vlckers Sons Mnxhn to manufacture an ninny 47 inch and 0luch qulekflrers as con turned out until otherwise notified London Jan 9The war office posted I the following Frero Camp Natal Jan OTho following to from White dated S p m Simlny An attack was commenced on my position but was chiefly against Caesars cninp and Wagon hill 1 enemy ws in runt strength and he pushed ine attack with the greateat oounge and energy Some of the et tTemhm Rts on Wagon hill were thr uT time taken by tho enemy and tithen by UH The Attack continue Until 730 at night One point in our pbalt ton wa occupied by the enemy tli whole dy lint at dusk in a hat rainstorm they were turned out 6f this position at the point of tho Wtg ouet in n roost gallant manner Iqr Wjj I von8 Iwl by Col Park Colai j namiltou commanded on Wagon httlr and rendered valuable service Tiny trootti have had n very trying ttiuc d RUt Iwhnved excellently t Thu mercy wore repulsed every whore with very 1heavy loss grofltlj exceeding that on my side whloh r I I be repotted aa soon an the lists Ar complete II j A BIUTISH RESCUES Gallant Feat Pomery Draft Guard During the Uocri alnco must rations British absolute S well pulpit limited ITheruSe8lrtJmlfQueensland and Canadian volnrSf n have been so energetic In thati lrh horhood that lnr belt of ijStateserted by the Doers Lord Dunraven IP the Tlmuj rturns to his arraignment of the war BrioIshfor the government to contend that our artillery is equal to that of for mnellongerWornheir Belt Co diamond mew I chants have donated 50000 to the fund for the equipment of the yeomanry It is understood that the wit a office has received some figures on tta casualties on the Saturday attack on tr- Ladysmith but not the list heel publkLorenzo publIhEddress to the burghers of the Free State The address concludes as fol lows Next year the Afrlkander na tlon will enjoy peace and rest and that peace will be establinhed on the basis that the enemy who oppreewed and persecuted us during the whole longerbeblood May God Jn His infinite mercy grant this It Wes a Prlvnte Quarrel Hi Washington Jnn DThe state de reportfrom j AgentylifeJtellupon the nets connected with the killing at that place of the two Vii1 ginians Imbodon and GaMe HU re 8Jlort nmke It appear that the killing wns he result of a private quarrel airi and governIWent of endure It Iia prolwblr b that nil that con be dono by the atate t l jueticewho IB lOW under arnet at San IeCtiro Dentil of George Shelton MoCook- Iaris Ian fIOtorgo Shelton lie Cook a son of Prof MeCook of Tilt J fly college Hartford CtntJ n ofIn ill IIOHS Ho had been studying architec C taro His father Is In midocean on his way to thla city and tho remains will await his disposition 8Hd A 11 Ill ell DninnKC New York Tan alhl case of MM- Malvina Prunfer of Burlington Vt vie against Mrs Lilian Ashor Suwhi York whom also sued for 75000 damages for alienating the affections ofJher husband Fred J Prunler war of decided Friday when the jury award etjJ Mrs Prunier 15000 Mm LaiiKtrr In New York LuugtryarrlvcdShe is here to appear in The Dejren fog crates 4 fffiUT GILLMORE mlhtIf t lentils Captivity In Iliilipuluos p r gJicnla iVnrmlr of lieu AKiiliinl d ti nil Very Illtterly AKiilnat b0Cco1hn Who Irunted Him llnillyv Mftlrtilln rlfciJaJ Jan SUnL J C Qtll1I o the United States IInboat 111wn who wee captnreil by tho- fiii1 CUll8 last April near haler on iUft OBMI of Luaon and rescued fa H lati ago by Cal Luther It Hnrc 111Jti llIu bd volunteer infantry oat fIn IRclIIent of his sitter Mrs MftJi Qt nt the Hotttl Oriente IIn haul 0 lorLoh a remarkable story of hto r niontha of captivity ending Mthlila dramatic deliverance from a it ti that Hft1 Inevitable f steamer Yen w alma Into the t9raatum day slog from Vlpn ince of South liocoH wttlt Idea tInore old 19 other American prie ifyBr including seven of bin sailor 1jt Uilltator1jt3QH along with the aid ut a cant to Stflr Hoiif Orlente where American Sktra and Indict were wnltxlnK ugh the hall to the Btrnlna of ilnaliloa Mnih- Ithon h tuiintil and ruddy from 1un he iin weak and servos wing tLrult of long bard Ims lie KMak warmly of Aguinal iui andl trey bitterly against Urn TI- t L ilectoring that while ia the for JniT uriMlictlon he waa treated iqirndidty but that after he fell isleI Tr and he aafforeU everything Co liars and Ueut Col Huwne theI J I4r lOr the 34th volunteer infnntrj r uerl inllmorea party on liifur ihe hradquartcra of the Abs Ipt river after they had been shams donrll by the Filipinos and were ext ptIII leath trots tko savage tribe ormll them When the resetting I tarltrlyitcljb hulk of getting down the slier to ftllrOilHtViinlla Jan Meconnaiaeaneee out of I Imus Cavlte province Sunday W rni up multed in tblossI of three Anntrait killed and W wounded The enn 1I NMW iia estimated at tu killed citt oundedstot lirkkeimer with a battalion of tw 2 thulunhtr infantry advanced Uarl Novrlrta Mnj Taggart with regimentrjJIMof the 4th Infantry waa engaged teeth of INtaaern Stbwmne column advancing Y the fcouth occupied ring Oae ineiicar true killed sad threx wear IIJIe ltlna at tie fteait a e nfa nHIII1Htr et rlihn wai tcd mwl ev rcl prisoners worn t4rltoltltaatt a deserter from the tth nited Slates artillery clothed ia a major uniform waa found among the insurgent dyad at Noveteta Gon Wheaton la moving townrd Porox d w Marinas- PLANS ARE ENDORSED Movement Looklnir Iorwnril to Cn tabllnhlRK n Nntfonnl Mllltnrr Inrk Nenr AtlmKn Atlanta Ga Tan 8The movement looting to the entnblUliiHent of notional milltay park on ground mode historic by the battle of Athin noel other engagements In tltkI vidnlty dnrinjr who civil war has been Hum an Impetus by the receipt of letters from runny prominent north erners crlorBing the plan Kx1reei dent HarriKon writes The military incidents connected with the Investment and ultimate cap taro of Atlanta are certainly worthy- of coniDioniorntion and I should bt kind to era your projeot succeed During the Atlanta campaign Gen Ilirrlson was colonel commanding the 1st brigade 3d division of the rah army corps lion Harrison took- IlIrt in 111 three battles around At lnfaIetters 1 of endosetnent have slat Wn resolved from Mnj Gen Dante ttorfluU of N nv York Gun Cp birn ColI Orinnd Smith and Mnj GuutbipolCti Hnrly Mornlntr IrelNow York Jan BAn early morn Ol fire that destroyed tho brick far I tow budding at Nog S3S to 9111 list Fifty tilnli street did 100000 thssN iThe building vas omiod by Dniniiigdala Urns and nsed in party thoir na a storage wnrehonao anti hey nrc flu chief loam It was oc copied nlto by Franklin M Wiec ininofnoiurer of aluminum pod S Ivy Co cigars anti Drown Sclthxoii plasterers ApiHilnleil Sargent flenernl- Ijinoiister Pn Jan 7ien WIllis Haling coiniiinndorinohl0f of the National Association of SpaiilBh American War VotorauB nnnouneod the Hjijiolntinent of Hoot Col Victor l uitghan of tiio University of Mieh s Itran as surgeon general of tine nmo jj- clHtinn Col Vnttghnn nerved with the Miohtgnn volunteers Iroiuliiont Porto Itlcntm Avrlrj New York Jnn aOen J W Do governor of Porto Rico nrred Friday on board the steamer Ponce Other pnssongorM were Gon P Sanger Col C II Hoyl chiefI the census bureau in Porto Rico Lieut J Battle and Auditor John W Connor Chinese Murderer lunged Snn Francisco Jun GOo See a Chineio murderer convicted of kill a countryman was hanged Feb day at San Quentin prisont ssafi7r r rPUSHING THE ENEMY Several More torn cnncub In thl IMilllp- plno hi urlund 1o iUurMe ire ltBlvylTh lnniiy Itoiilnl Wuhln ton Jnn Irhe war de partment has received the followin teiiB Gen Otis at Manila under ilato ff January S Un itutec Is puraulng tlio uurn In the acorn with vigor Outs IitohwanH Dolnmn In moving along the abort u f Laguna de Uoy struck 800 Ineflrgenf a under Gen Nortel at linen on the Cth foal null drove them westward n Silang and captured time plate Iron which point the cavalry pushevlI through to Imlang Sohwuu oupUirwl throe of Norlela six placer of artll levy Mud will take the remainder Dim hla transportation with neon1 cad a large quantity of ammunition Two battalion of the Mtli lutrti of Wheatoaa column struck tilt oiMniy near Iwua Sunday killing mid wound lay 140 IttrkheJmer with n battalion of the nth attack thus enemy sit trenched wart of llaoor Sunday morn lug Enemy lift on the fish M in dead 4U wounded ami U rUIN Our loss thua for la LJeaU dtoite sidlatsilltrot men waste ed It la expected that Sahwana tree eftCaUs Wheatoii to roving on 1nsdlarIna Boyd STtJi Infantry moved met trots IJIR llano surrounded tka troops of Uea lltaal at daylight ea taring taco Rust sod e oeeidaw projwrty It to expected Carpe and Petanua proviacoa will be cleared HpI soon In tko north T onhfUMffr with threo coniMtit e of the S5tn attacked robber band IH Arayat mountain thtdrri there five of ear priMNHpra whom they bad picked up OH the railroad three killed and two seriously wounded Tkeee northern rubber bonds will be act lvelv iwrtwed- Ueuu Cheney who was 14 years uff age war M son of Col Frank W Cho t er of the Cheney silk work at Mancheater N II Col Cheney had four son all of whose enlcnii the service at the outbreak of the Span SAlt war and two of them are In Ma alto Unit Cheney was appointed to Ute army from Conned Irut nod in Onrjria and at Fort flnari 1varier1 Manila Jan sOwtt Schwaa bar I occupied ISiYeeg and Indaaf Cavlle wovlnce meeting with but rtiyht re tsirtasteea He raptured three guar nd a quantity of MMwaniUou The bavyOseeyid ttf1LlIIittttNKdHllireNl trooper and three horses sad carbines were captured The enemy heel Manila Jan tnbubonic plague to yet aparvdie There have hoax six ea ea cad four drat ha Preparation ere being made to eatabUah hospitals need for dktinfectlng and quaraHtialag hunt numbers of provinctal natives Ire ominy to Manila with the result that the dry to overcrowded the In ere In accommodations Wing lead Mutate and the rice neceaMiry for wCdntulT to users eujwiMiive than at any jwrtotl during the tat 11 years no plague to dangerous to tho over orowikd omlrrftH and unw litnl tin tive aiHl Chinamen Atnerlonnit nvohl Ing direct coarse with the disease are WIle TRIAL NEARLY ENDED The Slate Will Conilnl the lea of Intunltr In the Jolla Mur i rliun TrlMl Chattanooga Tenn Jan ORxpert medical testimony ttna introduced at the trial of Julia Morrison for the purpose of vatabllihlng the fact that the alleged Injury to leer skull caused by the kirk of a puny 14 yearn ago would probably cause emotional In sanity under such clreuniHtnuec on it has been claimed by the defense pro ceded the killing of Leldonhelmvr The Mate gave notice that they would combat time plea of insanity by showing that at the hearing of Miss Morrlsqna application for hall some of the export Introduced tOl ifted that Mlm MorrinonH xinrollnble mentality waM dun to an advancvil del I Rte condition which linn wines proven to have been not a Snot It to expect d that n verdict may be reached Wed neaday In Memory of Moody New York Jan 8 SonrloeH in moms ory of the Into D I Moody wero hold At Carnegie hall lime vast audito glum wits flllcd to its utmost with n j representative audlonoe There wore mlnUterm of evovry faith mind creed antI persons from every walk of lifejIjamid representing every I and color Ira n Sankey the dent evangelists companion in his work was present and led tho singing The I ponkors were llev Wilton MI1 Smith i Itov D II Greer llcrlhea L Cuyler 3tev J M1 Buckley Rut A C DIxon I Kev I1 Durrell nnd John It Mott i I Shot the VTroiiKVtl lluilinnil iAdelplii 0 Jan 0 William Bo 1 chard who wont to Middkport n bill i Hettlemunt to oak his wire to rcluru to their home was shot and instantly i killed by a young man named Hedges i with whom llochard found his wife lodges was hound over to court with out ball and is In jail itnllruRiIrIItuC to Itchy New York Jnn 0 M K Ingalls president of the lug Four and the Chesapeake Ohio is giving serious thought to an early retirement troth he activities of railroad life r4 0 J TWO MEAN TOWNS Stories Told Iiy Trnvcllntr 3Icn bont n Couple or Dcnlileillx 1oar- llitc 4 to Live In towngl Mid UdowiI whitY bappeaed wbil tli WA atanMirg tltDreIeiatiletutted j tHe jtybefere a juryrpeuatattvwtsldWRaetI of tmtJIrouJlat1alatag that iaaaumch M he was Mthae cd tk hisI 1 aavthjacYeVlht pntiy mesa hewn 1 admit but 1 anew ec t worwt one Thia ph1 laee ia ia ant Irasla Aa tic Qustataaa of ass down the war inj4nrl wIM ulye in t xtaeh IN 1M wy lit ytt asea U rot hurt nlIftI bMgstrik a tat oe of kb Jloge hepled the site aad dkiat g t aarikrae I- suer hard i t why hut prehaklyJ brcauee the jwrali ss behave ke net ied score man oar Ileg le his wfinew tetiag that ke was a barber a eoaldnt hose a raeor or than a sen with his loot aayway hat waiti havrat csw to the point at which the r T nH nnea- aeoaMat UtetwIs to buy a eetk he sari to cal aloaf with a wowdea pea and oae day streetil I way rcouple of pavlat eteaet rukbt ia the nuddie of thstreet car track It took thus ararl ea hoar m het him looN aad what do Npee happnd then T BUawd II they did IIt and ifs hlp ssn dnilat aM I19fta far obettuetiegtral ChiskoThoseherald PRONE TO EXAGGERATE AffordpIdattnuetuent lo An ling mills WrllrA- reerieatn are not netahle far tWo itrfct aaaertaee to the truth but their eaa e- are 110 meatiest 1t they essat hesee bail of Iiris tVsgerlftW crier hu reeeaUr wnltea a k ia whtok ke pvea tome cheJeelerMtw exam plea ef lbs traM Ifs very pteyeib daasts It sv Am aaaKir fiqMMalllMttqs1ttll t- aost iha C jtotit I that to hrk aslbiate- smiag fstlrry awGW slhosolsthl 1P l aft tkwith a ws- er 1eNi un colas tw to Wee see SalvrsOthello u s eea the lasses gravely sad revert at t ehyeI That waa a Mnahljr seed tee soil1 ooa t are aa earef eui A gladserlote that eharuHNl isvittol = my ear 4ea4 mother anrr to liottnsebessdeesrey jwti tee 10 I CMafe CltrullKIII The teagaiaceet anaerad trots ItetfUae ia her war wtll the horn rlteei s port her treepa protest arlaVM shed tale graph eeiamoeieeuaa ta abpM the were tvay fait Utter 5ttaais latUrt Mrrainajipaa ban the humaa sunaaaTUuitx listsfinsIliver kM kidney t e e PfttlMVr jfjara U ta tava aahje linn Wnmn Wa blade A MMll her Ita the Mi4oa Suaaay tebtol- el Hiaaop Fellows raarrh ineiaiaadidatt talirtlir new theory of crtajMa laet IMwley Who fade aar a wa teacher Iteinaiait aa ia the pod eki doh a when wtbo dasy uied tateraUnM Ud wu the pestpr Asti how dot he sMie hhti ot 1 duct swar asthiag last dust Aid who made wemaa rI- I H made hoe too 1M am- ThVTmaUIwr bay hc UI 4aa4 lWnantt krcrltflty lie ae M4 a ilten itelpoaft upon tans and thus tech MIl hie iMefbaae and made lie venuaMCbkace Inter Ocean lldwa This We offer Oar Headrrd DeUart Reward far aav sate of Catarrh that canoet Leeu red by HaVa Catarrh Cure gwJ Cheney for tilt hart 15ytsrrJ and ildflYrbfm perfectly honorable is aU fwnnu lransae ties and financially able te carry out say firmWrat To Irde 0- WWiDg Kinnan Marvin Wbeltaala Druggists Toledo O Ha11sfatarrh Curt Iis to internally sctlnr directly upon the bleed anti mu aus suirTof the q n em rta 755 J+ er ltstr by all Irutgists Teitmenlan IrtfJlall Family Pills are the best A TnuBli tat hlII Yi the Ore burned out bus aptly fir terse if the wleen It must have lbUD imoMertpB away for hour litfere it was db oeverraOn ireferheurithr YMWeader lIlt cooked the bar tenderr Oeveloddiain Dealer Apprnlted t yourhusbands mnniagrIleaton I ChiliIITier Item Irrirrlpllon fur TsavsjCinttTmw I ILilltHIMPlllrobBnd7ha11 for The i ablany other flower at a creetiliou tIAtcbleon Globe I IAn Empty Sack I Cannot Stand Uptight t fffHtier can poor wetk thin blood nourish And susMn Me physical system I muscltSii C fieif t iori 4Cu4 COUGH SYRUPI t CettticKenulne Refuieiiubitltutet IS SURE iPr mat Il1ullr DIJtJn Trial totr fillrS r r I JI 1 TI1iTi1 I 4 Ifyi Lt a- r I LJ- TT j k N FIRS MESSAGE l cloy Tifov Sends It to tho Ken- tuckya Legislature Jiynjltlecll Jnw Ilrptntil nnil IIft4 llmmn Provided Mlntrn Ilnnncea In Uooil Hliupr I i ia tMn et the Senate aIM House of tAtS M tflSI AtuttfclMM Umo tfln tlti I aJt9v I0 iwv thp er tItRte ef Kntuek RI thtrI uiThUrvet vtin onthe It ur I 0 reryGU 1iratrwlnatlon Nut IftQ I stIt tn IICI iM IMIttre esutury tigtn ti- 4MW I U wk9s Weltl timr I nwkvltri I t I l nelIeI elr and a forr it nf oommrelal opprM ion t OHI fWOflvvi t h1lyeskwI I I ow1tT IowdrWgtrlunihantIywI0 J l wT41 sod tb suprrmai nr IIrtian I II TH mot gut niir Chit I onrIi baa hn r our 1frrrvr flII fn0RtrV IniManilubly t11 togeth N fa bt4 j eI Internal In our k 10aU1 Hagrthinlyp1atcd ourMIt 41 can lo neaan fItr14n inks and our It I W nia than fof frp i usol MI air nwir vatthan i44 World 0 mrlr hm bn terv4Iue nf thi ttllcJetilwonl d adi to the niiiiti i ih iitr ftmIIglnnthas rerd br tinr1 anti hrIMMI of hf1ng In vry qommunllvtwUlttr our feanlrra rnf t64a han4iwapruI rvWithI otLoI l 11ft a vttall hi our hrwrm no t4 rlVg In our Wtirl w1i1 ih hnrtaon iii Ie hi u t WItrtIn lwlru wth nrtslfwith llt hii ihltR to la4rr It to hut natMTMiI I hat In i h rat gra It eoudltthou if affair In th tai hi p heul4 r 11 iwi f you Mh ktrlolaUir a1 tlon I hall minar and rnrw to I tk tKolr hrt un4 to anult yetHII v Ii aflrtt a pattiI A li uhl1r i fnuia nt s n ta upwt thi1ty of suffrM So Ion tie Ik rlrht of lwlk t ar heN In vtotat an I bat will her k xsurttv and p M In th tao but whet by feruta ill law or urwIa thuu ottt aor4prtforHvo of IbII HMwws Ia ImnMrxi or A tr r i iHrn attiC and r tit to trw sad frro ynvcmmoMt if at anI TIw upSi t tot III NI fnrla of gnvaiqiat I two aytoul gwIIto lIt Xt umha t ftf vrIv t thl layftablyiultu1 sHtH r- In I t 4nflata tr n r hv TK r ww4 rtf 01 fl lat hve nlwnr iMitouvIr waq hie MWMI rlnht of outfrajps by j flv fapiM hayurntIswteisa thu pu-rtoa111unat tn lt S uItuSlnu whfrh y that ll lti Mi kit ha ft a4 rMl and h M K Mt la twiti th nr I tur nf tH nh I lrttof lw- Tb tln f tb tat or ewnnmntlr I rtH WWW nh aM ramr lilS0kjaa lisa of wti hall urv a th4r INtMt ia 3II that afft Iwo woN hutut thp ihlv aIttuU-aauraa t nf vD- 1ad Currae If p aw l t tS ui4 el ou w ha ar fur uo Ita Jew td hit tout we apatitoll- tt r0Wa I aout4 Cur IHai tr1t1 la IN Mat tlWt h hih to k low to ha- by ctraI arlT M iortoi pakao fit IbI t jm iv a rlWv w I M I- IpIrfl4 a a4 o ae IN plurt- iSnn i4a wIth pfIqi mMI- bttt N Itqa I ii fMp1t4 Ui vr1auu r wtha fyi titir ulauitta ris- rulHtl0 0 t anita ta wti oxa bfo tlMtfeP i owwt1pa of 1k vl ta I1Ir4 himav Ia t- hnr m 1 ti rii rf1kMI tli at all n IfvtYfIt aa or p Id IA tbtWa t 04nng4I So v okavtha aIii i daiqfra W o r S I ITpelCfA far urhyioIatoiq f ammaI- duiw t i I ho q- p4 h outi tM4 orP u ilps IrlI l fsr w1 n 9 vi M t a iUa lIMe IouIa of lh lr pnrty are utw JII mr4- Tks a4i I of tho hA 4ti h tIMIll M nf thl- at 1 1 I t otA I IIi the iiiaIII whni any A4tljj hoIt0 N ff thAt1 Ip 0tpaa 0 twqtII efi alIIvIi It hII I ili tsl naIo aouiil It t4t-e faith tn IlItwlnn n3o4- 14O wt1ttlasI I IIirMfI r w t w4ItI I If t ff a l pararal IiiIsi illIhUphIAl 41 II 14 Isv A- ftIpq A q00 tltMii an InII 04b4et r e Th lI 1 hI hat qflf I t A l ta f t4 ath atI 1 1 A h tIf a AIii h 4 nrs A II o Itt d i hanaa nVt t n 4- pw IhIto PA Ift Or0 V 411 V0 0N4hp1 lnr4o t T tI tt- II th tWfW11I1 1 q- Wia I 1 t3t af P t I nail reiMv i A h nation 8TAT8 1INAMrBSI The tttle af Katitwcky are to tje eon 1 ul tile Mvtunt tlnnnrtal = lute At the aleM ofII l IW sash rutourcoa wura a w IfctlftlMw 1ft thw sInking runilt jI MlteaI tUIM 011151 RWnenU SN uln CUM twdTJlT tutHl oHsh I- ntrsary II Leat 1 In aWltl n to lhse ronourvw on hand Ihllnt IIs to the C t of titw alnkliiK fund turnMke stmU iMtail1 at iSnfl tnktng an uggregttoUl rafouriMs of IliLil bana a tiMlebtediuw of the state 1 thafUMo of the year UW was 11111I aII llw governor call attention to the tact i tint only the coupon bonds lasuml JlllyIIsVT and tM oertlneatas of ImlebtHdneas Iliaoflowerer the rIllOIne1i of th treauyII JI 11rfJD- UlMhariiia Wiwre on that tndobLdttas uiul leave IIIl MIVUM of 101Ot The A M col I IIISM uonds an woll as the iHluoHtlRtinlI IHMWU arc Inlewiwj to he p rietual oh lliratloiis upon which ttio state I asauved to pay only the accruing it ihnulil be romombereil however thntth funds for which those bonds wr uxacate1 weni uand In dafraylntf tho ganeratl extHndlturon of the stale go- vIInl In order that tho prosent oon Ut our IInnnOlt nifty hf jutI np tratcI It In well to com mm It with t mat prevailing In March ISO ft will bo 01 M0 I hint nut only have theI current expenses In tho Inst four yearsII bMH iMld nut that a very Iarg I debt hall buoii discharged In viewI ofIcondlllnn ofUM tirasenl ptendld BMtr nimncnii but little legislation InIraBaril to tho subject of tnxntloit appears I to Tie noioasnry The recent decision In thi jiuprame court of the United Stales holding thntS the provisIon In our revenue art of 1S3J autharUinff tho asmssmont of tho callI1UI utoek of national Ixinks wins In eon- ihI1l with tho United States stotute do nwid you nttontlou The net rororrid to slioulu he so ames tied ns In luirmoulxe with thti United Staioii statues and pro vide for tho proper assewment of tho I ahares of stock of thes Instltutlnns for ot stnti anti llornltnxiMoti f IpurposeII rngllIatM1 law irovhuins B II i tens tnX ot wholuenlu isquor dOlllorll nntl InoroulnK tho tax ot rolall doubts wouhi- prohtiCO con811o rn bh ruvefluc rIm IIIon clnzUIIM tnhht well b ltmreased ant CtflC eghItcsl nQQOrUl1I1 Ip thll POPUI- ntion ft j t ot ItO YnrlOU cqunUIUI 1Ji which thej exhibit Asmuti tel mPt be cJ101rgeJ 0 L r otflcorcheerfully toItsorCUfltlltaxworthUton a rnisIIr m KDUCATIONN genuine thinker or true patriot ever UItIrattonMe by ArlsItHl that the fate at omplrei i chllIrnnmon oxpvrlane of mnnklnd and IIs ntlolhnflllmollpllelllIhrealtrnpttsutmoistliapurtansaI ourily uunrd her common school Inter ronKratulUonthRtI ufflelaneyyrr p I vhlencett t3 better lttefld thliltturlllllhprepait1oiiTlw nr capita for the school yars end thoughtaltlA ttehltol year largeloinnwterlltI Thltitperrupltayanr A suitable hoUdini properly fiirnlshed IUttrletIt unitoiAndrumltItatnryappealholdingI tlill1ftf1poutiosilyfarulahheesi azionadIuIaeUouhis tn many states the tiwalor Bounty a4heI atangheaetjuel for your ronaubratlon thImpnrtane iarjrrtrkOM of tM most d ntoraM dfcts In common school syatrnn Is rht short lour rittItMDfIlhaMdtarltplalacan III sWord to prvnar for their work In net an not ntak iaklMit a fwefaIon m esuplotIt 1 wtlllnJSCtt1 J Mtallal part of It ao two inatlttiTbina for high r education tM mte fcc the aud the uttwr ruii eoloro4 rae rCln it siber 4 04 Is tto do a irttal work for tn roung men urur wm n f the cmam nwqth- s tM aay if t rofrtonal training Thwrtooli j os 1111 the klat eoltj and lbs Biat traonttcttI tin r tlar apprnarUtio a llrgrowth dmands The governor cit the Iajvtleq tn yawn woean in th maitr of hWcbvr duoalloM awl arki tM IUHAVI What coula be moso plainly lb lots of the poaibtCawill 0 th touesrs of the trtato t T poMhierTotutu mali All arOprlAlien runnt t ii SI I conontoInwos star 4l laMIAJUTA1I1U aipluspaviiiunitary coalition of Slt of the laM- ititiusa Is xrlnt The rmlltre11chit hil well Cand properly rarest far In vry partiruUr trIt4IIrIIrab4 mnny or rvpaln of bjUdlajn The spurt of tlw lraurr of the Wmtrn letshost1 showedhatI ttlrdalI ofhetlffttGIftaluMeMl torIhelaidforelUCPOItMIrollrttlnfsawtiereJa11e rhbeltttNnch This IIs no lonnr tM eaa The eoMtnlH loners anpoliitnd by the gowrnar pueehnpadt IMrlIrpjsmsesttIntllutlonThe appronrlatlbn ins been nearly ox notptI1 IhtadlMoolftUrNIrPNTIAI1I119Till wIlldoubtLess ftIpnltoniarlAIIIIIInr oxpeadittirshiway larger titan thor shown by thu wstrdnsi rlHlnrl thp rutlnrkss Inr1 Ui n IIISN of the commIssIoners not appear t4InltntlltrlOll ofhTrtkInil voice at Ihr b 1nulnir and at the close thJorAAktrtmnnthihatmntiniinir to JtTTnin tot the II monthsending November W 1DM Tn the state Ilrlnnothowever 6ThprllOntllnlnlMong Mob vlntdnco hna long ban rronlont It forItnutatlrn n f lbs tItNt1 lifts hst Intured bettmiMt rloiii nttontlnn nf viur bodv This ro nt rx urronc In Mason county Is no ulluluIhl l nrf i nt Its rotlllro In ih future T I- orIn law nrovM milllrlon nunl h ibiltIrthocAhgathnIIilMmxcistiinI UllnrnItI IIhIIcnltlr Ihn u pl rtln of ro rinl ornti w utorn1 InInAllholllfh clint fsiIPuniIll1 prevent Its oommlnnion WOomNR PIUSON Tho pcnllontlury nt Frankfort la great IiI i ovorcrowdo The space ucruplad by omen IH needed for the accommodatIon Indpqunto JvurII t therefore recommend ito ostaollslimont whichhnllot ChristIan women who will fgr hunmti Its ako conJuct the Institution la ru- chW =way as to teach every woman who IonI4ell null send her back to sOCy so equipped an to be able to earn an nonast- lit4l n1ticod MUNICIPAL TAXATION MuTli complaint comes from the inrfot cltlef of otr state because of tho stat that under the constitution they arc proc ll cully denied local seUKovcrnmcnt con cernJiiK municipal taxation U is ear nsuy insIsted that title fact greatly retard tho growth of those cities The localI tax rate on all manufactur ing Ititistrles In Loulivlllo for IbU9 was IIKl on tIle 3100 It Is at ono apparent that capital when seekIng Investment will go where iti burden will bo lightest ana where tho greatest advantages are afforded lumen million ot wealth aro beIng diverted from our own state and dUN to that of our rivals It doc ream that the cities should be allowed to reeulattt their municipal taxation and mnko such laws ns will suit their own lieal Interest It can not possibly harm the rest of the state For those reasons It Is recommended that your honorable body uwulii bring trls matter before tho x oplo by sub plttliiB to thorn an amendment to the constitution allowing cities of such classes as you may deem liropor tho right to- Il ulale the question 01 municipal taxi lion CAIMTOI IJtILDINO The public buildings of a state as cer taUtly indicate its financial stanJInir and piblfr thrift as do private building rOe voat the thrift und enterprise of corn reputatlOIIof th character of Its state Killdlnu The structure whkli nulllrvd a quarter on a entury ago do not utllo for the rtNlnt The whole country U moving irward and evtrrywlrare about us ou- rpsr stat are keeping step In the march of Jimgreai and proporlly There II earrlx a state In the union lmi doan lol pea SB handsetnen and more corn iHodluus capitol bultdlngi than our own rnis Is true noiwltliatandlng the that nun of thee state rank far ItctItavt IM In point of wealth and enn llarvtofor the llespowertaisowl cop dIhtn of our public treasury ham hlckdall eftsets Inr1OYI4cI fer the rsstjuli ftc a new but natural U tliurlidbtidaaprWoIirENttics of onnomy In tile rarloii t tunt of stats the rvntiaDIn the urant tax rat will b frslit lo o fray the current xatid Hfto tM etat ned bay a small mtrnloa serb year beaMo Thr fv a aniall rwtlnhl ol ear hlture IsrouIti set apart to be arvwmulaUoii 5fiiwl Vet t1M IwlMInK of a capitol vould honor our state and bariMn prfclo of our paopl eihtnindn tho Kind dollars would doubitasis be am presulot01015forI thelnsimmatloa af title most worthy anise pr4HLOAL OPTION Vuph ronfMaton ha raawUwl from a r rtnt 4Hlon of the court of appeal oon struln the law autaorlalnR eossntss to npukmsIsI penPibitii Mlvision lhrof ran by a wb aqaBtan independent vote abrocat this ftIC in ratmiy act far M the Ifoal awiiiclpnllty is concerned Pndar tktR esa sirwtlon Ia nacat of Ib count am s14itarminlgrI1liip lclrlaUon Ita thrrfora ear It h ssrged thLlitimatgnat raapart W S T4VLOII Governor of KanltMky RUN DOWN BY A TRAIN Dr Wlckllffe SniHli Sur ron of the lntp Ullut ludlnnn unil n Cuban nor Killed 1ll4Iaannal1 IRi Jtlg a imlmhtt lutJl I Indiana rtf lwctit Cot DurblnrTvas klllwl Prklfly afternoon together tLtii bbs Cuban boy KrantMtfto Sonn throe miles from Delphi by n Waluuh wenthjrrutikl not hear the train and drove on the track lath were Instantly killed Tim liars waa unhurt Dr Smith wall oust of the boat known anti most popular men in the state and u pontoiinl friand of James Vhltoomb huey the poet nnd Gov Mount Mr JUicy salt of him Friday night In ninny wnys Wicklllto Smith wn unique He was brave almost to rash neat null generous almost to n fault Ills denth will bring tmdnoss to many henna hit no one will lament him more slucurelythan1 I A CLUB IN TURMOIL Members Initlrrnnnt Upcnnnp Herr tar NollHrd Them lit Does thy loRI Curd Kokomo InJ lan 9The officers of the Kokomo Ijqual Suffrar and Literary associAtion HtlrrtKl up n storm of hull atlon Saturday Htnong time inombers The secretary Instead of bonding stntvmrnta of delimpitint amnml duen by letter in the usual innnnor hash time tlrllnqurneies printed on postal Cflnl stud mailed to tho siutubar Thu club IIMB a mrmlM rnIiIi lit about 300 loiidliiK citizens male nnd female The persons receiving tho conic are hopping mad over it ro trnrdlnt the public duns ns not only nn unpardonablu liiBiilt but a tlnjrnnt InfractIon ot the po tnl laws ebony tutlonable nt law Several of the mom Ira have indignantly rralffmil and others threntrn to do so unl M npol ogles are made and the oiTrnnlve no tion of tho secretory nail treasurer is repudiated by this oJub AVomnii Killed Decatur Ind Jan 2A boiler In the sausage factoryof John llnvilnntl nt Gencvn exploded wrecking two buildings killing one woman amid 0d riously wounding another Mrs Mil lette njjinl 64 was sitting in her roHliiunct ncross tin street and was Htruelc with n piece of iron from tits engine and almost instantly killed Mitm Nnney Mnoklln n doncstlo nt I ILc Milhittc home was seriously In- Jured large Hxlonnlou to the fond lli cratawn Ind Dee 11Mann ptr Unrrett of the Iiulmnapollg Groeiiohl itloctrlc rallronil says thttt Its soon ns tho line is ruciplotctl to Indlnsiapolls ajnirK will o run to KnlghUtnwn nnd to Newcastle nnd lltigprstown nnd the road wilt event utsily rtach Cincinnati In Ibo llnndit of n Receiver South lleni Dec nTho big groi wry firm of Whitney FIctoJier In thIs city0wnt in the bonds of araji cclver Friday I MATTHEW S QUAY runt portAdverselyennlor Prom PPimnrlvmitu cnnteit privileges rlday decided by a vote of 4 to 3 toinnkp an xlvors roport upon the res POtion to eat Senator Quay Thn yiftolution was HB roHowsVJ1 QuayrtOts of Pennsylvania in accordance Mi his appointment mndr n April 0 1 IHIW by thu governor of said tale I Time members of tho committee Tot Sentottind thoa oppOMlng Senators Burrows liffery Pettu and horns Senator 1 pairedtJiengnlnstthlThe senate committee on privileges nel ItUo Friday begun Ito mien t1WtlolI oOUe olmrguti of bribery tnwle In connection with the election If Snator Clark of Montana Tho l nJ1uLa s BRAZNELL MINE HORROR tjoronrs Jury Connnrm Ilolh the Mine uiul Pint HOHUPS Criminal lroc illnR Trobable- Inontown Ja Jan GTbe coro Mrrs jury in the Urnanrll mine hor cr fr throe hours deliberation ridav fvcnlng rendered limo follow ifc f iirt- V 1 fiml fran time evidence that the mi n i rrmaa of snld mine wa nufli Rtut riI failing to see that tho mina tins in H wife condition before per tuiti i worliitMi to enter Vo nlfio hrlicvf that the fro boss of said mine hK nruli r in fatlinir to make n 1111trll1 report to the mine tone man nnd we believe both time mine riil flip boss to be incompetent to perform theii respective duties Then ha Seen no action taken as ff Isso and jiro euUng tire incriml netI olHclac This will be decldivl Upon liy a eonforoneo of the inspee iom with Chief Inspector Koderlrk at tin eary date Hrldays session of th coroners inrulry into the llraanell nine Jlaaater wait largely devoted to lrt tetln oHy as to the cause of he rxploaioa and remedies and pre vtntiun of a iiinilar disaster DR WILLIAM A HAMMOND Till Iorincr Surgeon General nf tho Army Ilxplrtii Suddenly Iruia Heart Illicnse Washington Jan GDr William it Hammond formerly surgeon een- M1 of tho army died at his rl- Ulliln this city Friday night from of heart failure brought UtdiU a I 1 0 fhut of 11 alcaull siiiuniotHU Dr Hammond conducted n san I tarium here for some years He hud a notable and somewhat checkered ca reer He was on the retired list nt the time of isis death lot at one time lost his position in tho army but was reutored after a hard fight At the title of his death he was on the robin of the United SUItes army as a brig adler general retired The L A AV Intcreatcil Washington Jane6T J Kccnan of Pittsburgh president of the League of American Wheelmen nnd Sonntor lcnroe of Pennsylvania liHtl nn Interview with President Me Khiley FrIday nt which they urged him to press the claim against the Turkish government made by n rein tlc of Prank Lenz the American blaynlist who was murdered near Kr aoroum in Armenia in 1804 The L AW are much Interested in the case vhloh attracted n great don of attention at tho time Vultures In 1KtlD New York Jan ft Failures In 1803 were 0383 In number with liabilities Of S1U13X070 The Inst days of the your added a few to the number and home millions to the known llnbill tillS of linns nnd banks which failed tD close to the end so that commer cial defaults rrachod 00f70S8 ct whloh 3070UW were in manufactur ing Sls a4771 In trading and SU ldeD34 in brokerage promoting nnd Other commercial liabilities Fnlnl Fire In IMT York Now York Jon GAt least two persons unknown woman wore burned to denth in a fire that occur red early Saturday morning in n big tnnoincnt house at 305 East Md street There may lw other bodies In the building Several persons wprc In jured The police nnd firemen rescued n number of the tenonts from the flnmcsFnml smoke Had n thou Year London Jan GTho British fire Insurtmee companies doing business In tho United States according to the financial expert of the Dally Chronl cia had n bud year in 1300 the competition belli so hot that It Is getting doubtful whether it is worth while to attempt to get business n the United States The Womens Temple Chicago Jan 6MIss Helen Gould has lent tho strength of her name banked by n substantial donation of 1000 to the movement to retain time Womens temple Marshall Field had extended time time limit of Us oiler ot lOOOOofornnotimcuyearCarnegies Umporin Knn Jan 0 Andrew Carnegie has promised the eolleo of irnponi SOQDO for a library oulld Iiijas soon us the present debt 1ft 11ialil Funds have been raised 7to paj1 ilV bU ifcatioob of tbucoitegcI 5 STATE ODDS AND ENDS I I Ii 1 C KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE I Both Houses Met Tuesday OraDI lied nnd Are Now Handy for Business 1 Fiankfort Ky Jan 3Ilotlu house of th Kencrnl assembly organized at noon I Tuesday by electing the nominees ef Mon novTaylorswith Interest In tho house but tIle JOTtato adjourned before It arrived in chumbor In the house South Trimble for speaker received the full M demo erotIc vote and J 1 Haswell all of tho republicans For president pro tl1mjtI of time senate Senator Goebel won I Thu four democratIc senators who bQltcd I the caucus Monday night voted for the I caucus nominee TuesdayfFrankfort Ky Jan 4 Senate Wei ntffiay a resolution was introduced or adopted Inviting the Frankfort nilntsteM to open the senate with prayer The OOT ROarnlrIhatIneN performed Its duty tOnAl a momont later Prlvnt Secretary McKenzIe Tolreported the governors message whell wiu read in full to the senate Two lmt- Hired eopto were ordered printed Tho report of the secretary of state up M December 31 was flkd by the lieutenant governor It ah11 a balance In Ins corporation department of 161111 orjj all expenditure Senator Cirter oftrdtims notice of contest and grounds In tin I case of governor and lieutenant governor 1 and upon motion they were ordered spread upon the Journal of the senate I IIouso Tlw opening sun of the giiber natorlal contest was tired In the hotatI 1 I lteprOtmtUveor the oftlcc of governor and il utenan governor Immediately after the fling of tie contest Mr Harwell the leader of the republicans offered a resolution nu tnoriclng time speaker to appoint a corn mitten of four two democrats and t- republicansto j witness the preparation of the ballots and ballot box from vliiU the contest committee will ha drrttMi The resolution was Introduced evtdenly to establish tholr strength by a test vo but Speaker Trimble ruled the i solut oti out of order after an hours debate A resolution wits Introduced inviting thu minister to open the house with pracr I every morning to which Mr Charltjn rI iptikeited r5 amended Notices of contests w re handed In- FrAnktort Ky Jan 8 Senate Senator Traver ot Campbell wilt Introduce a bill to compel limo sheriffs to settlo time coun ty lax for the year at the same time sot I tlement IIs nade of the sato tax ThoIcontest lisbon in tho case of Young contestant against Senator Allen of Lexington were filed Ferguson of Paducah offered a resolution to make the Kentucky State Democrat the official paper I of the legislative proceeding A res olution by Carter proposing that the contest committees hear contest cases ef Young vs Allen and Simmons vs Hunts man shall consist of nine members each was adopted The drawing on the lieu tenant governor contest resulted in the se hstIon of Senators Hlrrol1hComan amiI Watson all In the SimmonsHuntsman senatorial con test resulted In the selection of eight democrats and one republican House A resolution was adopted pro viding for membership contest commit tees of live instead of nine Of 17 con tolls In the house 10 arc democrats con testing the rights of republican members and seven republicans contesting demo erOtic seats The joint committees which sit In the contests for governor anti lieu tenant governor were drawn by lot asI provides b law Thursday The drawing resulted In giving them 10 out of 11 mem ber of the committee on governors contest and 9 out of 11 on the lieutenant governors content tftl1ranldort Ky Jan 680not1hll bYlSnllttl Aloxafldemrntisod that IUli rifle a- of the last canine be nlz5ptca sill the nhv ommltteo on rules reports Senator Car ter ocr d the report of the democratic steering committee containing a list of the new committees as selected by that committee as n substitute Tho vote was taken on Alexanders motion first and wets regarded as a preliminary test volt as to the democratic strength and re suited In the motion being defeated by 3 to 17 Alexander Hays Trlplett Mod Hubert democrats and McConnell pop unit voting with the republicans Tho list of standing committees as presented1 by Senator Curtis was then reid andI adopted by a vote of 21 to IX nth a motion to table had been defeated by a vote of 2S to 15 House Mr Cantrell introduced tho tot lowing resolution which caused a flood of oratory SewiUed That the membersI jf the houso do denounce as false the charge of the manipulation of the ballot box by the clerk In drawing the tmmeaiI therefrom In the contested eases of the governor and lieutenant governor andf that they consider such outrageous lan guage and action an unbecoming a legis lative body The only othr business transacted was the adoption of nn amend ment by way of a substitute for Mr Laf fertys joint resolution providing that only successful contestants could claim expense In all contest cases Tho subxtl lute leaves the matter to the discretion of the committee before which It Is tried The sneaker named lila committee on rules which will consist of Messrs Can trill Nelfon Knfforty Ilenlck and Tor rell and tho house adjourned until Monday r FINE HALL BURNED 1 Janitor IonuM Ills Wny Through the Kin men HmonlnR Ills Wife Jonisvtllc Ky Jnn 8 Lledorkronzl hall tliu handsome new home of the society r t the corner of Sixth nullIII Walnut ttvets was completely de stroyed Iy tire at 1lu early hour In the mornIng The Joss lu 40000 in surance S1SOCO The jnnjtor Fred Rohrcr and lift iCe who Bleep on the third floor wore nwiikencd by the smoke and cs ciiped Mrs louver returned to pot an insumnce policy in a desk She wns overcome by the tttnokc mimi feltI fainting across the foot of the bed Her husband returned for her lIft mndc his way heroically through the smoke anti homes anti carried tvt helpless woman to a place of safety The Ruotts of the Wnvorly hotel im mtd lately adjoining wore paula stricken und fiettom the building The hotel WIllS damaged about 300v Beaus of a 1ontinnnter Grccnup Ky Jan 8Frank w Varnock a general merchant andt postmaster nt tarnock Ky is dead Kiprpmi JloHiicnKvr Hurt Nicliolasville Ky Jan 0Frank Sh Alexander express messenger on tba Quern Crescent hml his right arm fractured ntHIl thrown out of joint In loading express between Danville andI rurgin Thursday morning nnd ho was put oil here to hnvo his limb reset Alexander was sent homo Thursday night Ulnys aivorccd Wife IB flyIng Lexington Ky Tan 0Mary VarII field Clay4 divorced wlio of Gen II AIn WILL CONTINUE CONTEST Lenilprn Ilnve Nut Circa Up the idea of SfntliiK Taylev u Oovcrtior Frankfurt Ky Jan 8 Tlepttbltcan lcailerBtwh- o are on confidential terms with Coy Tnylor Intimated that the republican contestecs may not quit ime fight in the event time legislature tolliootstnnts They have by no means given 11 hopo Hint they will win in tho leg 4 islature but are taking time by the a- orelock and arc looking around for other moves in case Goebcl should vi nIt Is generally believed that they will seet to raise a federal question and take the case Into time United States court One of tho quentiona which could be raised they claim would be on the ousting of Lieut bOY Marshall as presiding ofllcer of tho join assembly in the event of tho adoption of the rules as paused by the wimte Saturday and also on prospect vc wholesale unseating of re publican members of the present leg islatura The house will take up the infor mation llod in the senate Saturday charging Wliallen and Ryan with at tempting to bribe Senator Harrel in the governorship contest together with the resolution providing for a joint investigating oniinltten The resolution is practically certain to go thronjfh ns the republIcan nnd untiGoubal leaders soy they can not afford to defeat an 1Uutigntillt1cthought they regard the whole affair no inspired by politic TIlt fight over the rules will net come up till Thursday anti this is ex pected to furnish somethIng like a list of tIe Goebel and snUGoebelstrength in tho lower tmncli The republkan leaders admit that the adoption of time rule as sent oycr from time sen ate will bo a very serious blow to the minority Senator Barrett chairman of tho republican joint caucus has cnllod tho caucus to meet tonight to nomi nate a candidate for senator Former Uou W O Bradley wU1 be the Romi nee lie will probably be nniniVl by aeolamarian Ills nomination is tho result of a peace which has born de clared Letween the republican facItions one of wWch watt headed by tho exgovernor nnd the other by Minis Iter W Godfrey Hunter Senator De boe Gov Taylor and nil of the na tional administration lenders in Ten tucky FIGHT AT A TRIAL Two of th1llit tlcliaHlfW W4tSioI IlClIesl and Four Other iIIy WollatII1 London Ky Jan 8Xe1s has reached here cf i general fight on Ot ter creek Clny county in which Llge Lewis and Gen May were shot and killed and fonr other participants se riously wounded The fight occur d 1ot a schoolhouse on Otter creekwhere lone of the Jaeksons was on trial before a magistrate tor killing another Jackson The tight was started saou after time trial began and court wet adjourned and the fight carried In thj Bchoolhouse and yard Q Jour of tbe men were brought to Manchester and placed in jail Llgd Lewis one of the men killed is u 4 brother of exSheriff Joe Ltwis ot Clay county Shot at a InrtrT- ompkinsvlllc Ky Jan 8 Jamea Vatkins was shot nnd instantly killed while attending n party near Boles on the Tennessee border He was call ed to the door by nn unknown party The weapon used was a shotgun A B MnyftVld ia charged with time crime An old grudge existed between thn two nina and each it Is said hat maintained that position that an encounter met death No one saw May Held do the shooting and time charge in based on the enmity that existed along with other circumstantial evi dance Vntkius when shot Tell back wards into the half circle of merry makers who had congregated nbout the door Gaeb41 Will lie In 1oftwessloit Chicago Jan SUrey Woodson ot Kentucky national democratic com mittecmnn from that state and a member of time ways and means com mittee who came to Chicago to attend time Jackson banquet said Mr Goebel vriil be in possession of the governors oflice between January 25 ant February 1 Senator Blackburn and not Mr Goebcl ia the man who insited on carrying the contest up to the legislature Burns Proved Intnl lilchmond Ky Jan Gfhe 9jcnr old daughter of Saniuol Ballard viia burned to death her clothing catgli ing fire from n grate while her pa rents wore away from home She HT ed about four hours Illicit WhUUjr- NIcholnsvIllu Ky Joa TDepntl United States Collector U R Taylor Special GnijgupBen Seller jrl And Do otIJohn and Mike OHarra in this ouro ty anti found a quantity of whisky made nt distilleries In Anderson coun ty It was charged that the OHarra brothers have for some time been un lawfully selling liquor In this county und after detective work wo of tho three brothers were caught rhey sold five barrels to op pAtty Ila Law renceburg o k tww T I- 4 af THE HICKMAN HIOKMAN George COURIERq J FRIDAY JAN 12 WOO t I THE STATE CONTESTS j 4 Two State Uovernments Probe l lableI All the details are Iu prepara tion for the contests for the otj y ficea of Governor and Li Govern or before the Kentucky Legihla li 4 lure The contest committees are organized but no evidence IsI yet taken The grounds r r the j contest have beet heretofore pub j llsbed in the COURIER and thtJJ i Couriers opinion and apt rthellIpious given The Republicmis as sume that the Democrats I t tbavlula majority in both Houses will quickly und from strictly pur 1 Ittsau reasons depose Governort I Taylor and Lt Governor Marshal and proceed to inaugurate Quo bel null Beckhum in their stead I Some leading democrats express the same opinion I Here comes the trouble The Republicans assert that they will 1 II not vacate these or any of the State offices but will continuo to exercise the functions and author J Ity And there is no earthly doubt but that when Goebel is Inaugu ij ijrated backed by both Houses fII the Legislature that be will exor J Ii else the functions of that office Bud the Senate being Democratic i the Democratic Lt Gov will bet 1 recognized by the majority of that body This will give the Democrats the governorship and the lawmaking branch of the State government But then the Re j publicans arc already in posses sloe of tbe offices tbe official I seals all tbe State records c j nvd they say they will never sore I render them except by force It iis hardly possible that either side will resort to actual force though j it Taylor could call out the militia 1D and so could Goebel and prosnm I j ably some of tbe partisans of eltb er would respond This is hardly i possible But the reasonable ex i pectatton Is that tbe affair would t be carried into the Supreme Court of the State and Borne predict Int44 Jto the U S Courts In tbe mean time everything would be involy I ed in uncertainty turmoil and trouble i What About the Bribery Tbe times were when a politi M Mcal convention could meet with out tbe suspicion of pecuniary t spectTally was proud to make such boasts In tbe olden times to make such a charge against a pub i inisubstantiation for yon were very sure to be called upon to answer by tbe code But in present politics charges are of dally ocourence and t there seems no doubt but that tbe charges are true in many lustane u There dont seem to be much doubt in tbe minds of either reo publicans or democrats but that John Whulcn attempted to bribe Senator Barrel to vote against Goebel and that be placed the 84 500 in that now famous box for tbat purpose and no one seems to doubt but that Senator Clark l of Montana bought his sent In ii tbe United States Senate But what Iu to be done ab tut it T The people dont approve snob things but they are all too busy or too partisan to seem to care much We the people indignate when tEworead such exposures and then I lose eight of it in a few weeks and that Is all j THE Southern Field the immi gration Journal of tbe Sontbetn Railway observes that there are several settlements of German I I people already established at Various points on this line and that YreoenlS pOOle Germans from Wis cousin purchased a large tract of land at Soottsbnrc Va where it Is intended to establish a co oper alive colony the residents engag ing in farming and manufacturing I The more Germans that come to 1 the South for farming and mince j facturing the bettor 1hpy are an- ii I C industrious and lawabiding POI pie and make good citizens wher ever they settle I J LOCAL NEWS Qircnit Court will ccuvono next Monday JSP Take your Hides Furs and Game to SHAW SIIJLW There is an end to all things ox ccpt Duos desire for now things Tho City Council will meat In net joarucd session uoxt Monday night Tho man who weds an hoiress clips coupons from the bonds of matrimony The woman who marries a man to reform him seldom lives long enough to liuish tho job The steamer Ford Herold put off 4600 tines of corn at the now railroad elevator luusday night Wo learn that a Mr Thookmortou will arrive in iliokuiau in a week or to organize u crass Gaud Every cloud may have a silver lin big tint tlio average man U fiitutitKl It hiS pocket is lined with suiullpox This worm infested weather s11vurIII thrives better iu cold weatlier There is a woman iu St Louts so teudurhearted that titie invariably ohio roforms her children before punishing them The W O T Us will moot at Mrs R M Islers this evening at a oclock All members aro earnestly invited to be presents H F Oliver of MOt nfioltl has purchased an interest iu thu Fulton electric light plaiit and will becoiuo its manager Whenever a man gets the best of a bargain he calls it cunning but when the other follow gets the best of it its u barefaced swindle Tho next regular meeting of the Hickman Building Loan Association will be held at the court house next Thursday night Ibth lust Mr W W Meadows the oldest and most successful merchant of Fulton has sold out his entire business to A T Kirk and will retire from business Capt J D Hndgons of Maytiold and well known to ninny in this coun ty has been appointed Secretary to con gressman Wheclor and has gone on to Washington IoDo you understand the nature of an oath naked the judge I should think I ought to said tho nervous lit tIc man lvo been putting upslove pipes for my wife all morning The next meeting of tho West lien tacky Baptist Ministers Association will be hold at Hopewell church three miles east of Arlington on Tuesday night attar the second Sunday in January MRS AauiNALDO Emilio dear MR AQOIXALDO Yes love what is Cant you take little George Wash ton with you and let him see you move the capital today There is a famine m the oyster mar ket The delicious bivalves within a few weeks have risen from 15 to fO per cent in price Cold weather in the oast disease in the oyster beds aa tllbx traonlinary Cotnand are all given M reasoiis why there ia n scarcity of oys ere Speak of stuffingfirst the turkey was stuffed witn stuffing thou tho kid was stuffed with the stuffed turkey and the stuffing and thou tho doctors pocket boot wee stuffed with bills on ac count cf the stuffing that stuffed the tcricey that stuffed tho boy with stuff ing and other stuff See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost An Irishman was painting his barn and he was hurrying his work with all his speedWhat a hurry for spectatorSure before mo paint runs out was the reply A woman who has been suing for divorce has been ordered to pay 400 a week alimony to her husband pending the decision of tho court Here is a case that needs the attention of tho reformers Things ate coming to a pretty pass in this country when the court ox pects a man to live on 4 a week The price of white paper used for upItr agoMany ularly country papers winch have been sent out for a dollar a year are raising the price to 160 There is no profit in publishing n good county paper at one dollar a year A recent number of a London pa per contains this advertisement Want ed a man of light weight who fears steadyhorsesat 7 oclock in tho morning obey his master and mistress in all lawful commands sing songs and join the house hold prayer look after the horses and occasionally wait on the table A bill has been introduced in Con gross providing for the threecent piece which wasdiscontiu ued by act of Sept 26 1600 To remove tho objection attaching to tho old coin viz ease of mistaking for the dime the now coin is to bo unique It is to be made of nickel of tho size of the bronze cent although thicker In tho center la to be a hole ono fourth of an inch in diameter This will make the now coin easily distinguishable by sight or touch Tho members of Congress have been notified that tho Agricultural Depart ment is now ready to fill their orders for seed distribution The seeds aro di vided into five classts r Vegetable flower tobacco cotton uTid lawn seed Each Congressman is entitled to some of the five kinds of seeds but by trading with each other they receive the kind best wayites of his regular proportion of the five kinds Tho members of the House iron- Cho situ districts aro also furnished with tho usual quota of seed which is readi ly exchanged with tho xiiQiiibera from the rural districts for doonnlenta f IFOHSAK1NU FlttBXDS FOR FOKS L Senator Kyle of South Dakota l Is one of those who ttpoatallifd fritn the Republican puny H ffew- yo rl AJO and jollied himself Ullto Populism Following the eaumple I ot Senator Jones of Nevada who i quit the Republican party for the sake of sliver he has returned to his flrst line events having tIlhlii gad hum that free silver is not ulmt thu country needs These l are just two coiiNpicuouti evidenu I es of a general truth which has been so often demonstrated that it hould not be ueresiary to ten refer to it lilt a truth which III plieu equally lo liidivulUilt und to parlies and It IIK that one caniiOl Htfonl to slap his friends Iin the dice or the sake of making forwith ins enemies The Demount ic puny 4n me campaign of 1S9G purposely nllenatfd manyI of its iriends expecting tufeiiln from the ranks of Its vacuities more strength than It lust These tow allies stayed with It through one uampai n without doing It any good there is ILute iiHsuranco that they will be with Iit In another Meaniiine the old friend upon whom It turned Its bunk fur the sake of whist it thonuht were new onus I where are thuyf I Found the Log CaMaI I I I At the recent election iR county Democrat thought he hail btu col ores tenant drilled to the point where there was no mistake about going straight under the chicken When Sam emerged from the poll lug place the anxious Detnorrut rlgblBOIl8but 1 slicks it right under he- fthouseIlutieook Glaroiu Honest John Hcadrlck todayforthe work of contest AS duet attor ties for Ithe minor offices He will be busily engaged for some time and is confident that bo will ooH the Republicans and sent the Dell ocrats Mr Ilendriok ia H gold lawyer und will no doubt do good work for his Leaders cllellttlPaulocllbI vSTILL THEY AINT CLtAXI It is not generally known that Uncle Sam tarnishes his legist tore with bath tubs and other Ac cessation of cleanliness bulllis nevertUeleBS a fuel In thee l merit of the Capital building are located the Oongressional bathrooms where statesmen cleanse their cuticle at the expense of the people On the Mouse side there are fifteen tubs while on the Sen ate tilde the number la somewhat smaller They are patronized by the members at all hours of the day Attendants are provided at the expense of the Government The fact that the bathrooms are I almost constantly occupied loili rains the extent to which the privilege of thin free bnlb Is up Ipredated Sf atorjand members who Ilive at h els where an extra charge Is tnndt for n bath usually wait until they reach the Capitol to enjoy his luxury Not only RreII the statesmen furnished tree j but barber shops are provided for their use These lire well patron Izeiles no charge Is made anil the barbers tutu many an honest penny They receive good eala riea from the Government and nt the same time get tips from their patrons Washington oorrenpon dent Chicago TrlboneI TWENTY POUR UUS Senators fire worth from one million to lwen1tythreoators are Republicans and one Democrat aI Drummers Must Go That the commercial travelers must go if the truHts are allowed to continue to dictate terms tto the people of ibis country is in self evident fact During the campaign of 1lfflGII the drummers were enthuflarfllu supporters of MoKlnley Ttie are not so any longer They are men of intelligence arid they have found out that Mo Kinky is bound hand and foot by the trusts and that the trusts have no further use for commercial travelers With competition de strayed the drummers occupa lion Is gone TUB project to build an denim c line from St Louis lo Chicago tn year or so since considered UN a go has been revived again Some men in posMlon to control the money needed are title time talk lug the scheme up and it is a men sonable promise for the year It miletund put It In working order and that an equal Hum will equip the line with de pot earn and other faollltlei Y HILL fULLlOT Tells How Democracy IK Working Things From State Democrat STATK OAPITLB Jati G 1000 Deer Ilatik1Ve arc Imvln n Hell of q time up beer now The democrats in pniotictn nit kinds of fraud and corruption and suchlike And toes IH so suspicious H wakes me tired That Iis they would If It want fur us keepin Moli u sharp lookout they neat They lout n miiy mean trick in Inllflng pore Whaling tutu a imp A cknnk named Ilarrell invlglcd Julia in liribin him and then he peached on the benefactor A- divan dirty job tie kin advantage on a feller trust thalitwny You shore cant trust them Ihievln lyin1 tdniiderln Qobelights uoiii Only I dont believe the pore fel her dine It That cussed Q the dune It lIt wont stud put that money In the hex and then hud that williii Hnrrell to do the tent But we got even with em In the house today Thev did have the nil Qlrdest luck in drawin the noisiest committees and though I nearly txvistedI my fuel neck tiff I couldnt see how they worked the fraud Titer want no double hot torn nor loaded ushers nor any Ithing rong as wo wits abel to see iNotliln war ante aa wo was libel to timke out by I on kin But of coca It was all fraud for else how could they git more than we did It shore Is curiuH how it war done If we only knew we could work It to homo Our leader thought of a crackerjack plan to have ttome fun and made otu toad lion und that young feller we call Goose Berty thought It would bo H reel smart tcheme to i charge that thu clerk did some funny buslneMa with the box They done it and my eye but i- mudoem i hot Of case we knowt ed Ed Lee wouldnt a done auf thing like that and besides we sw the box shuck up IHIIkinder sorry for Ed lint we Iud to do it so an to mIke lokes be lleve wo was tryln to save the state from Ithin democrats which we rely was and lo make em be iieve they tree worse than repulse Alll a fair in polytiks Our lead er safe if we will only charge em with fraud every chance we see that token will begin to think that there Is sotnethlnln it after while And besides theyll foiglt to think about ue for a time which will be Intolonrtflterncmlier niolp the IIOJB and tell em lo be loading ns they will soon have to come down hero to file fur our llbertys and they Is some awful big cops In this lain town One orLm like lo broke my head lust nile nail Im going to contest him here in the house Your old pal- BILL FOLLPOT Hating A Great Ran of Chamberlains Cough Komedjr Manager Martin of the Plenum drug store informs us that ho is having a great run on Chamberlain Cough Remedy Ho sells five bottles of that medicine to ono of any otnor kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days of 1 la grippe there is nothing like Chamberlains tough Remedy to atop tho cough heal up tho sore throat and lungs and give relief in n very short time Tho sales are growing and all who try it are pleated with its prompt nctionfotltt Chicago Daily Oulnmat For rata by Uowinll Cowglll Hick man and A M Shaw State Line druggists Says Taylor Will RcHlst- It ia staled by several gentlemen now in Frankfort that Cal T J Landrum+ who IH holding on as- a member of Goy Taylors stuff said III the presence of several of tinin In Louisville that if the Leg ulature voted to seat Mr Goeliol Oov Taylor would never be oar 1ceIII addedThe Democrats say they have IrlllheLegislature and courts Frank fort Correspondent Courier Jour ynab ClHclnnati the Place The Democrats of the National Committee Olin decide to go West with the National Convention but we do not believe they will gulp any votes by It or please any num tier of Democrats III the Eastern nut Southern States I ITh idea that by holding the convention at Milwaukee It1t+ dI t pr0nouuolugngaiuetimporluhisnirSoI the German vote is all val If the Germans of the North went are really opposed to holding the now territory they are gnintr to vote for the candidates representing that idea no mutter where they are nominated or whence they pall y U 11 WJglU I Cowg11i I IJ Di uggLstsIt It e- IIFAOgUtuTEIus s FUR clillilII11105 coma 1iEPS1s t11- 41U IIJI rrJJfl IICGIIt PUgSCRIP1IONS Carefully Compounded I Old 2 I vM 1 rFlmalS Free llumn + this bonding wilt eroaftcr bo IUlulorJ notices not who to oxlil 14 0 lines t i products I For Idlit A tiles twostory house 81tmi andl TroyAvelinotarformation l Jliule Young Klunll IOnl of Dr KIIIKH New Life Ills ouch night far two weeks hits put Iln I lily teoiiH tiKiiiu writes D Ii Tnitur of J3oniHeTlown Pa Thuyro tho 4st m this world fur Liver Utontuoh ict1 Purely vegetable griiV Only Mk ut all drug stores 1 i HOUSE IE1 LOT or write SALEtt A It JOHNSON II 12 IdIt nice Ky I OLD COLEaJ WHISKEY W K WEBSTER 1 SOLK A1K T FOR Union Ciy Tenn I MILLETT CO I Distillers OWUNS ono KY k s4+ t= BreadII tISSTAFF OF LIFE I cart d iiGOOD I BREADS I OO TO TIC + City + Batom1 I M I Bread Cake and Tics Daily tJ yon Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates 4 4Nand Candies Cigars and Tobacco i 1 Mrr FRESH OYSTERS i and OBLKIIY HBOUIVKD DAILY 1t 1 i Fresh Ojitttrn srrd iu any style and at aU hour fOorneseouSiui I p- pITow City Bakry t o c8 ltlajesticr Cooking SassesW1 The Best in the World II- ii You Cannot Muli a JIlNtHk- uIa Buying One of tli se Reuses I III One of its Strongest Iolnts Is its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Rakes Blsoultn In 4 Minnies Light Bread in 40 Mlnntrs t Buying a Majestic weans a lllu time of Economical OooltlnS Call und Exumlue Tliini Youll tiny no Ollir 2 13 a251V rMI rt APR r tt6 R RM HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS rrittISLD4II1Cn ltaarr TOM DILLON Sr Propr 5Wer U II C Itimicf dtoeI and Granite MonumentsI I I oURJ3ING STONE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING c0II io1 man Ky e r I TT Vi R WEBSTER DEALER IN InNI KUNrlUCKY ANn rllnNNIS8IU VIIISKlItSS SOLE AOICNT FOIL Peabody Club Bourbon84 00II Quid 3 I Mountain Urove no farniors lubsorlbi Bowel Never FOR Ohuuu I THIXTON rnI S How Baked AnQU1t11JH Marble Old Standard Lincoln Co 300 Lincoln County B 200 SPECIAL OFFER DEAR StnI am enabled to sell and hereby oflpr yon four full quarts of fIOLLWOODS V Mi your old Donhlu niHlllled RYE WHISKEY for s300 EXPHKSS PREPAID 1 I propose to ship on approval In plain Boxes with no marka to In dicate cniiUMilM When you receive It ninl Iteal It If It Is not sat laGto lory return it at my expense and I will refund YOU 300 This IB a most liberal offer and I await your orders YOUTH very truly W R VVEBBTEH Union Oily Tent It a JsJdt- 6 i L 1- t a 1 u u = =ltnliruii Ttittf Table N 0 St IJn II- LKAVKrti A lUll VJHI yTrluI Local and Personal 4 If you expect to conquer 4 In the battle of today You will huvo to blow your trumpoP In n firm null steady way If yon toot your little wliutlc Thou lip aside your horn Theres not a soul will ever know That such a man was born Vtf A good Guitar for 300 ato DUCKS tBOll Tyler has returned from Tyler Arch Btubbtr of Cairo is visiting in Akutan Dr Bright Foris line returned from Mo v Capt W A Shuck of Jordan was in the city Tuesday Miss Ivy Chock has returned to her I school at Oamdou Tuna Mr Chas J Worth of Moscow WAS in tho olty Monday c v tlifton Stcole of ObtonTonn vie r ite t relative lu the oily last week- Mrzt A V Ganger returned to her Ii mo ut Umnllo city Ills Sunday Miss Ruby nurnott has returned homo after visiting at Reolfoot Touu Mm Jni C Wears and little sou Lnollo visited rolativM in Union City o this week Waddle Gardner of Torroll T mu U announced as u oandiduto fur Sheriff c Oblon county Mr and Mn Simon P Smother won of Luxoru Ark are visiting relit urea in lllaknmu Mr Wm 11 Uanluor WWI oleolod Union City Saturday by 78 majority over wm 1 DjLf11 Mina MauI Moore who hill boon on a visit to her statUI at Luxora Ark for tho past week hue returnedl homo Miss Lizzie Ambon roturncd to her homo in Iaragould Ark Tne duy at tel a pleasant vii to Hloicman mends iIi Mr Ed Wright and Mlt Olio all vet both of Hickman wcro married at a Troy Tcnn during the holiday Imo J B Brewer performing the oeroinony Q A hint to the vriw to anHlolent to Ktvo you A out P9a and savo yOU taoaey ou Wteb workand everything J ISThiy complete lino of Good Jowolry DUCKlKlfl L W Ruswll performed the rtmpar in thil marriage of Mr Due Y Tzi 1kald to 1tI1ii1IqAlle Balucr Tho i wOoiJKirB make tho correction in order 1Iif jo refoat couKratnlatious- SI 4We learn that Mr John U Ford of J1 wlton has oldbut his interest in the tf settees bwnuaiitsat that lilac and lau d w sloe M tmf ring sleett m ifur a largo house Mr and Mn Fowlkes of Hiek man Ky and Mien Adello Allen ot Rlpley have rctnruM to their homes after a pleasant visit to Oblon Uii guests of T M Walker and wile 1 Mr and Mn W E Scales Mr and r f Mn B F Doollhlw Miss Mary and Mn Allio Murphgyiud Mr and Mn Hardy Ltgou or Dnbn City attended thu funeral of Mrs JJ O BoudnrautI Sunday alms and Boys Suits f go at Loft at 13uch amins 1MnI Belle Dickey neo MUi Bollo Farts ot Now rii1onD Will married on Dec 20th tcCMr Edward E Vii liam of that city The trldo la well known to many of our OUlzCllJI having many relatives and friends in this oily Union Olty Commercial Courier Mr P llepuer null Miss Florence Suth erland were united in holy wedlock last Wednesday at 8 oolook at tho rest AnuiuSutherlandperformingTiptonvlllo Press Miss May Glenn WILl tho guest of Alias Hines lost Sun day Shu was on her way to roentno her school work in No4 The good pcoplo of No 4 arc fortunate in scour fig her M a teacher Slay U a young latiy of superior intellect and churning i N mauuereTtptourilbo Press Every effort will now4pdhagand tho tishormuu and sportsmen in thebb MurohlbLl1slaw suit that hue over some up in out I courts It will east tho lloser sonic twoIor three thousand dollars 1 COWQILL UOWQILL Iliokuiitn and A M Shaw State Lino Urugguu guarantee every tattle of ChtiuiboriuiaH Uougti Remedy aud will refund tho money to any ono who is not sutUtlcd utter using two thirds uf the contents This in tho best Uuuicdy in tho world tor la grippe coughs colds and whooping cough cud is pieasunt and tOlldtUoyof Supply your wants at JJuchunans Closing Salewtartht eveulugoton College street Mitm Nude entertain AItILoouewereMissrIlarrollgCoopegolitoII mUll Miss Nocio Scott und Mr t IfioamuutHandle arc U also noted us attending tho reception1 tendered tho Present Hour i lub of Mar t f pastYule1I 1 The Dixie Musical Tho Dixlo Musical la a now and novell social entertainment enjoyed by th pcoplo of Iliokman and giveri by Josses Belle Murcor and Virginia Lutou at tho beautiful and hospitable homo of Mr and Mn Leo Ellison lastk Friday evening The special foaturo was that each young lady and gtntlo j man represented some song by sour I omblom on their apparel and prizes wore awarded the ouo who guessed tho most representations Miss Mary Atwood won the prize and Miss Ivy Oheo ki tho booby If some of our older people had boon present they would have seer BOIUO of tho young ladies arrayed in tho wedding garments of their grand moth era and tho boys wearing their grandI fathom hula c aa ouo of the most attractive features was tho costumes ofr the olden day worn This idea also was coupled with what they called taokoy dress and things and hour 1 rcfrcflhnumU choice and rare wcro served in common tin plates dishes and cups Misses Mercer and Luten are on tilled to compllmonta for tho happy success and they in turn wore favored by the courtesy of such exceptional host and hostess as Mr and Mm Ellison Tho following arc some of the songs Mr Johnson turn mo loose Henry helm Frog wont oourtinIrouo Farts Onlr a pansy blowom Mary Holm goldMrBradleyLlttlo brown jugMnry Anderson Fifty yours ago John Dillon Peerlwu Uearace Holes Because Mario Brovunl Orange bloiMoms Henry Cowgill youdorDCM yLoouoThe iceman Nick Holcouibo Dixie Dont Smith Coonino 1 Kenneth Anderson Cowgilllnll1Flowun that bloom in Spring Mat tie Holm I need Thoo ovry hour Lon Shaw Only a little faded flowerAlioo flowS gill Jt Lovcr of thy Soul Will Holm Hurrali for tho Red White and BlueI Swats tabor Tho house of the SonlChas Bait zorSweotVlolets BO BIuo T Nellie flog ors Pats under tho Rod Finley Raudlo- lxiitrj s of Summer5tnry Atwood lieu them DrlU Ward Luten downherI The threw leaves of Shamrock Er fst Johnson hello ma Baby MUts Couram low would you like to be the Coal man Mr Romloy ItmalttlJoltfCIpb pAnld R HJ JInuiarItwrI- o11 terdays bra G041dll YirglolllLuttlnTake a whiff on mo Milt Shaw Little Boy Blue Ivey Chock OlonnBehindRogersFlyIn old Madrid Mlj Mercer Goso in attendance Wh ttt resent a song were Mrs Stone and Mrs Junta Metara Boogher an Prico MMlamcs Klnginan Prathor 1 l1llotWubbnrd and Smith Misses L Amberg oua Ieuter Walker Mr C 0 Sni1U und Percy Jones f w Death of Mrs S E Williams Welcarn with sincere sorrow of tho death of Mrs S E Williams who nighticounty She was n good and true wo man loved stud respected by all her neighbors and n most earnest and devoted member of tho Methodist Church She waa burled Monday at 11 n m To lion venerable husband who almost idolized her the deepest sympa thy U extended May the God of nil mercies comfort him and liar mourning relatives Tho large concourse of neigh hors who attended her burial attest how tenderly loved she was MRS J J C IIOMJUUVM DEAD Mrs Kato Boudurant wife of Mr J J C Bondur set died at tho family homo Hiokmau Saturday morning Oth lust Her death was u grant sorrow to ill who know her and entirely nn expected by our people Sho was a no blehearted Christian woman a good wife and devoted mother She loaves a husband eight children and many relatives to mourn her death Tho deepest sympathy goes out to them in their sad aflllctiou rAntiseptic ilIRC Time Tree Barber Shop ts tho place to got an antiseptic taco wash This prep aration niter shaving renders antisep tic the fftno prevents A 10CQt10U1e IT has boon demonstrated repeatedly manyforeignCough Remedy is a certain prewutivo null euro for croup It has become tho MVpont + what has been sold around tho usedUhnntberllus nlwnyswithis not only a good cough remedy but that it is u sure cure for croup u has aovorulMutesgill Cowgill Hickuiuu aud A M1 i Shaw State Lino Druggistst c SURE DEATH TO UUJHTItY MElt CIIANT31 08amo niombiTB of to National Aefloclailon of Manufacture to gather with Jim poete ors of soy eral largo departmeiri loree and other phllaiitbroplovcljizpnt who term lo think that Uncle Sum Bhonld conduct bis aCfrtlr lo serve their personal Interests are try lug to got OontrPBB to puss H law Humming large parcel of mer jiliHtidlae into tho maps nt a to rate of pontage Among thnr guinentfl they presort Js the fact that In Greal Britain the postageI on parcels iIs 0 cents for the art pound ami 2 cents for each mldi tloiial pnnnd titus milking mi 1U pofend puckage which ifit the limit cost owls 20 cents and then thejf go Into hysterics ov trCBtbenefit null convenience It wouldb he to the plifti people to haw onch a rate of pootag for th irniismiBaloti of goods bought of tbeiie big deparltneiit stores The I wonder is Hint they do not see k Uncle Sum to carry tbelf packages for nothing L Lot us sue how tills won Jwork To begirt with onr pnBlul si rvlcojI fHtwhas n dffiult of souse 9000 U000 liar annum for operating ex peiises about und if lo tills he ad ded the appropriations for new pn tofllcee and new fqulpinents iwith a reaHOtiHble amnnnl for de prt Blon in salves and wear and j tear tho defldt would probably ninount to H2O 000000 r more per f jjtWho13vpry school boy knows that i Uncle Sam doco not sell postage stamps enough to pay fjiiH postalI I expensrs ho toast mnkolnlul train Ilife customs duties or I ifn other IIAmeans sure death to the coumry merchants i a blow to the prosperity ofuvii ry little country vlUNgp andI an enormous round Ion In IIi N tins InesH of repnlar jobbing toercliants and ill for KM bivnefltflbf n few tncrcanlllo nggregattnue bat are riot satlnfled to corral olljliooinees wit Inn 100 tulles of ttqlr estab- llsbinents t buts now weft Uncle Sam to pad dflivory chargeR on their piiukt HM no that Uiev cAj capture tliSrotuU trade of ttie enqTi ItrP ennutrjlfiH vrnnmn In Oklahoma Oah knelt or nliy other Oil otIbp WRY pINON can itt R new drees or ten ponnda of ton ors bsis suit or n pair or shops rls Iii 1jJI ea I 1 torekeeDerf Ifwe are not very much mtln taken the niilion or no of cnmiiry inrrcliHtilo will have 8niipihlng to ant before Ooiipr i passes Imf now poMretHfw8 which olUIl In merchantde Ooiamor Pint t JOHN WHALEN now onftrlnl1 for ntteniptlnfr Ito bribe Senator Barrel is Pre h1cnl of the Hon oat Ejection League V s Ills Wife Saved Him My wifoa good advice saved my lif writes F M Rosa of Wtatc1d Toun for I had such a bad cough I could hard ly breathe I steadily grow worse under doctors treatment but my wlfo urged nro to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Oousumption which completely cured mo Coughs Colds tyrpnolntb La Urippo Pncumonin Asthma Huy Fey or and all maladies ot Ghost Throat anti Lungs are positively cured bv thfi flobEvoryfreest nil drug stores lL ice i QUARTERLY REPORT I OP TH- EHICKMANi BANK At his clues of busintim on the 30 h tiny of December 1899- RESOURCES Loses and Ultcoiinii lets loans to dlreoioM O 114468702 Loans to lir 3lorn officers not I no mlfd 200 110 Overvlrfts nn eoureil 811U3- Duefiorn Nttl lBuk13506188- Duel from tiite Bunks 806x963wMnrifaiies 1 00I Oilier Blocks and Bond 1UCO- Optcle 4 764b3 42tCurrency 484800 0CW83 I Expenre last quarter 93560 f10400803 LIABILITIES Capiul Stock paid In In cash 6000000 Surplus Fund 1000000 Undivided Profits 88910 one I which interest Is not paid 18421083 I I 10100303 i State of Kentucky County of Fulton IIII I W U Johnson ta lifer of Bansa Bunk located and doing huiiorsi ai No Clinton street In the Clljr of Hiekmftn In nlil count bring duty sworn says the foregoing Report IIc in Mil reo peels s true lUtemrnt of the condition ol ibe sold Bunk nt the close of business on the 30 b dayor Dec 99 lo the brut of Mi knowledge and belief and further says ibm the business of sild bank his s I heed iranaxeted nt the location nllmedj unit not elsewhere snd iht the abov re port it nude In compllatire with an uffioitl notice reeelteJ from ilit Secro uy of Bute designating the 3 nb day of lice auoas a day ou width such re port ihall be made Csjiierfan sworn 0 me by W C Johnvon the 3d day of January 1000 I B T DAVIS Notary Public W L MuCirrciiRN M U duns Directors W 11 UALTZ- SRQUARTERLY J REPORT OF TUB rrrrr3 inQd MflWndnlJ1iiwGtiaUii rcc- at h a s nk t the clots of bunlneo on Ih80lh dofDecember 1894- RESOURCES Loan and discounts Ilss loans to Directors 1720080- LaJ the lo Dlrteiara officers not Includeds011O5 1 Overdrafts unsecured 81 95 Due from National Banks 483205 20000EpeeIfiiirrency 868900 EubanK tot Clearings 665 69 58 339 09 Other lItem enrrinl u c a alt 40UOI Elvnt as4Qustter98417a 88dJ6JI4 I ABILITIES Clapi + ilSlockead In In cash 20 000 00eSiirplutVFiJnii 1000 DO Uudti1i i Profit 640 Deposit tilled to check which interest 1is onII not paid 4178981 i Due National Banks 571 48 I 6386614 State of Kentucky County of Alton UI I J A Thompson Cushier of Farmers I and Merchants Bink a Hank located led doing buitnen at No Clinton street in j tWIl or nlektnan la said eoLniy be 1tog duly sworn says that the foregoing Report is In all respects a true statement pf the opnJttlon of the said Rank at the clot of business on the 30th tU t of Dec 1a99 lo the best of his knowledge Ibelbusinessed at the location named and novels j te6err nilIthat the above report 1 is ride In compliance with an olfiolal notice n l celted from the Secretary or State desig nmfnc the 30ib day of Ueo 1099se the II day on which snob report shall be madei J A Tuoursoe Cashier Subscribed null sworn to before me by j J A Thompson tbe 2nd day of Jnnairj 1900II J C Carat R M area Directors J J 0 BoinusANi f Perfect Gaiinents All Ages I JoC = We Thank Our Many Friends And Customers For their influence nndvery liberal patronage during the trytoWe will begin our JANAUARY 1900 SALEITODAYIMaking PactsHosieryr Heavy Wool Sox regnlar price 25o for 18c 60What80aHeavy7GoFew 3 1 greatBargainsLadies Rubbers at 25c VJJf thoresultNo plugs here yonYourIr STOREF A 11 t RICE JflYLOR tiwwwu 200G0r IN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED To SubscrilUennY The SomlWeettly American 100 GETS 50000 OAS 1 Try It Yon May let It So OHoJiaj a Better Chance tkui fart litJESS NUMBER ollrrtn on III IUtCII2flcletl tar of While vJnJIii Cera J3T Lexgh 1011Inehi diameter m lures1 end 2j Incliet in mldiU2tHrhM wU euitlaebs circumference llarRbead 1lhee at small end C 133 IlamlMk7NflO The wr of curllie praetJ fr tM Atnyhii yltan ittaii TliliM i i I The8mtkrekllmetitoapoBsn to aIsending In the cnrrnat tfr nearest1 correct gtieiiil remitting JlI for awaits woS 1 neripHon io the Sml wyeekly American IN dt11L t 5oo 00- 16000Thir1600Fourehbeari1Rdrop 8600Ifh650olxe5600buvenih00EillthillOONIIIb2500Tenth1000Tol guess whether correct or not will receive a complete liUtorjr 3 vol uses of America Wr Uummilijr a book no one should be with out nioeljr illustrated aud iDleiMthig cheap at 1 each 1000 00 TOTAL 200600 latlrIhnrealestIti partiesletblelyeniIyou you way Rot sec- nd 70S 1MEBIOAN Am AYS PAYS Ira IUIZSS p centUbwbobChitDSIO AC3B3STTO OFFERffff d fUiil for Aloala terms if yoi wioi to nut as ngeut All guesses must be UftapiiSiA by il00 for twelve mouth mibu riitiou Addretj IBB AMERICAN Tenn 3 c H Wt +ar- l T GO TO J l MB rl SHAWSIIf O II- f I A IHICKMANIl FOR ru f o v r I Elite Brand of Clothing J Unoxco11oS Unupazai noua1og f Style Workmanship VarietyyFitting for Nashville I Of Highest ArtisticStandardff i J IIiI i 4 + 1 i 1 fri 1 it v 1 11f1 T f I f J I iii ry l FOR THE SLEEPLESS Dr Talmage Speaks on the Subject of Insomnia Sleep the Vncntlon at the Soul A Qlvlne Nnrcollc XViiriln of Con 8nliercraTbeCLnst Sleep Copyright Il9 Oy Louis Klooacn In this discourse Dr Talmnge treat a of a style of disorder not much dis coursed upon and unfolds vbuttnustbi a consolation to ninny people Text Psalms 774 Thou boldest wine eyes r wakingSleep is the vacation of the soul It is the mind gone into the playgroumY of dreams it ia the relaxation of mus cles and the solace of the nerves it is the hush of activities it is the soft cur taming of the eyes it Is a trance of eight hours It is a calming of the pulses it is a breathing much slower though far deeper it is a temporary oblivion of all corking cures it is the doctor recognized by all schools of medl t corntnight it is a great mercy of God for the humnn race tack of it puts pa tionts on the rack of torture or in the madhouse or In the grave Oh blessocl sleep No wonder the Bible makes much of it Through sleep so sound that a surgical incision of the side of Adam did not waken him came the best r temporal blessing ever offered to man wifely companionship While in sleep r on n pillow of rock Jacob saw a ladder net up with angels coming down and climbing So lie giveth His beloved sleep soliloquized the psalmist Sol omon listens at the door of a tired workman pad eulogizes his pillow by saying The sleep of n Ilaboring roan Is sweet Peter was calmly sleeping between the two constables the night before his expected assassination Christ was asleep in a bout on Calllec when tossed in theeuroolydon Thean minolatlon was trade to Joseph in sleep and death is described as only asleep and the resurrection as a glorious wakening out of steep On the other hand insomnia or sleep leanness is an old disorder spoken of again sad again in the Rlble Ahasiierus suffered from II and we read InI that night could nO the king sleep Joseph hallIglid of that ruler He t lint could command a hundred and seven anti twenty provinces could not command sleep Nebuchadnezzar had Insomnia and the record is Ills sleep brake from him Solomon describes this trouble and says Neither day nor night seetb be sleep with his eyes Asaph was its victim for he complains in my text that his eyes are wide oplnII at midnight some mysterious power Ucepjrig the upper and lower lids from TKnfiSgi Thou boldest mina eyes waking Insomnia wlifch has troubled nil nation and nil ages and Its widest swing t in our land because of the push and speed of all styles of activities ns in no other land Where there is one man or woman with equipoise of nerves there ore a dozen with overwrought and tan gled ganglion At some time in life almost everyone has had a touch of it It hnsbeen called Americanltts Last night there were as there will be tonight millions of people to whom the words of the text arrapproprhnteutter- unce tThon boldest mine eyes wak ing Wonderful Is that law which Ralph Waldo EmersonI called the law of compensation und it has been so arranged that while the hardworking popula tions of the earth are denied many of the luxuries they hove at least one luxury which many of the affluent of the earth are denied and for which some of them would give millions of dollars in cash down namely capacity to sleep The most of those who toll with hand and foot do not have to send out invita tions to sleep They require ro bromide or valerian or stilphonnl or triavol to put them to nightly unconsciousness In five minutes after their heads touch their pillows they are an far ofT from the wall they were building or the ditch they were digging or the anvil they were pounding or the wheels they were controlling ns heaven Is from J earth About Ithree oclock In the morn Ing the body at lowest temperature end Its furnaces nearly out what a com plete quietude for the entire physical and mental structure All nightlong for such sleep Is busy with its en chanted anointing of every corpusole of the arteries and every molecule of the entire physical organism and the morning finds the subjects of such sleep rebuilt reconstructed und touched ot God into a new life Of course there is an unrighteous sleep as when Jonah trying to escape tram duty slopt in the Ideli of the ship while the Mediterranean was in wrath because of that prophetic passenger ns when Columbus in Its first voyage y exhausted from being up many nights gave the ship In charge of the steers e man and the crew who leaving the management of the vessel u boys went asleep and allowed the ship to strike on the sand hanks of St Thomas as when the sentinel goes to sleep at his post endangering the whole nrmy uu when the bltiggurd who accomplishes nothing thcduy before he went to sleep and will accomplish nothing the day after he wakes tills up Solomons pic ture of him na he yawns out A little Jeep und n little slumber and n Uttle folding of the hands to sleep But r sleep ut the right time and amid the right circumstances can you Imagine anything more blessed if sleep ac cording to sacred and profane litera ture is nu emblem of death the morn ing to nil refreshed slumbers is a resur rectionIf have escaped the insomnia spp olrpof In three text tbanlt God Here srA reere one can command sleep and itS it comes the minute he orders it andI departs at the minute he wishes go ns Napoleon when he wrote Dlf ferent affairs are arranged in my heat as in drawers When 1 wish to inter rupt one train of thought I close the drawer which contains that subject and open that which contains another They do not mix together or Inoonveni ence me I have never been kept awake by nn involuntary preoccupation of mind When 1 wish for repose 1 Ishlt up all thcfdraweri and Ilam asleep II have always slept when I wanted rest and almost at will But 1 think in thesresult of n resolution but a direct gilt from God You cannot purchase it A great French llnanclercrlcd out Alas Why Is there no sleep to be sold Do not take this divine gift as a matter of course Your seven or eight hours of healthful unconsciousness is a blessing worthy of continuous and emphatic recognition Praise the Lord for 303 resurrections in a year Ant tidal slumber can be made up by the apothecaries but natural sleep is a balm u panacea a unthoUcon that no one but God win mix With it be bathes your eyes and brain und none und bone It is a soft robe woven in Heaven with which lit wraps your body mind and soul The more scien fists explore this mystery of sleep the more profound It seems God tells us many things but that is a secret lie keeps to llluikelf Ve philosophize and guots about this phenomenon but will never know just what sleep is until we arc told about it when we get through the last sleep Thank God morning noon and night for this strange quietude this refreshing cite missal this recuperating absence this reenforccment of energies ibis mighty benedictionConsider among the worst crimes the robbery of ourselves or others of the mercy of slumber Mach ruinous doctrine has been inculcated on this subject Thomas Moore gave poor advice when ho said The bt way to lengthen our days U to steal a few hours from the night We are told that though they did their work ut night Copernicus lived to be 73 years of age and Galilui 75 years and llemrbei 84 years Yes but the reason was they were nil star hunters and theonly time for hunting stars is at night Prob ably they felept by day The night was made for slumber The wont lamp a student can have is he midnight lamp Lord liroughara never puttied more than four hours of the night abed and Justinian after one hour of sleep would rise from his couch Jut you are neither a Justinian nor u lord Brougham Let not the absurd apothe osis of early rising luduceyou to the abbreviation of slurp Get up when you are slept out unless circuniktunios compel otherwise Have no alarm clock making iu nervetouring racket ut four oclock In the morning unless special reasons demand the forsaking of your ptttaw at that hour Most of tho the oriel nbojit curly rising vre Inherited from times when pubpe retired at eIght or nine oclock in the evening Such curly retirement Is impossible in our own times for those who ure taking part in the great activities of life There is no virtue In the mere act of early rising It ull depends upon what you do after you get up It would be better for the world if some people never wakened at all But most Americans do not get sleep enough The sin of late retiring Iis one most widespread and ruinous What 1 is much needed is that in all our cities those who are leaders In social life turn back the hour of drawingroom assemblage from ten and eleven to eight or halfpast seven so that the guests at ten or hulfputt ten may meet sleep at the right hour in their own dormitories Two or three social heroines could do that in all tile towns and cities Thousands of men and women are slain each year by late lour Five years Is more than the average of endurance The vitality of men and women is depleted and they go into chronic ailments if they do not die of dyspepsia or consumption or nervous prostration und the beauty goes out of the cheek beyond all restoration of cosmetics late retiring is the mother of premature wrinkles Lack of sleep assassinates social life A reformation is needed and if the customs of the world could be changed in this mutter and the curtains of social life could be rung down ut a reasonable hour of the night 20 per cent would be added to the worlds longevity All those ought to be comforted who by overwork in right directions have come to insomnia In nil occupations and profession there are times when a special draft Is made upon the nervous energy There ure thousands of taco and women who cannot bleep because they were Injured by overwork in some rlliglouli lug a whole family of children through the disorders that are sure to strike the nursery have bon left physicalI wrecks and one entire night of slum ber Is to them a rarity If trot un Impossibility The attorney ut Inw who through a long trial in poorly vend lated courtroom has stood for weeks battling for thu rights of widow nail orphans or for the life of u client In whose Innocence he ISClontlrJentlhough ull the flrcumnnncps are unfavorable nightlonglike to be slumbering The physician In time of epidemics worn out In lOV- Ing tho lives of wlifile families and fail nlJhtbllwecnThe merchant who has experienced panics when the banks went down and Wall street became n pandemonium and there wns n possibility Ithat next day he would be penniless that night with no more possibility of gaining steep titan If such o blessing lead never touched our planet Ministers of Ihe- GOlpelln time oflrtol reIIIolllhrlr dapb by month sermonlc preparatfoi neighborhood visitation trurtbreakln ob quics sympathetic help lot Un anxious the despairing and the dying it is n wonder that ministers of the Gospel have any nerves left anti Ithat the angel of sleepI does not quit tbel presence forever But I here and now pronounce high est e n solution for all those who in ajdepartment have sacriliccd their bealtl to duty Your sleeplessness Is us much a wound ns you can find on any bottle held arid Is an honorable wound Ile all look with reverence und admiration upon one who hat lost an eye or un snit In the service of his country und wi ought to look with admiration upon those who through extreme fidelity to their life work have lost their capacity for slumber Remember glorious lb Bert Barnes going along the streets of Philadelphia at four oclock In the morning for ninny years to his church study writing all his commentaries before breakfast and keeping on until he was stone blind Will not the Lore reward such sacrifices t Anc1IWl brougt your fidelity you have lost capacity to sleep God who never slumbers or kleep will look after you When you hear the clock strike twelve and one nod two and three and four without you going to your slumber let It remind you that you have not been n sluggard or a lonothltg You are suitering lq a good cause Paul got sore eyes In tIlt Lords service and had nauy a scaf but so far from complaining nboniIi he exults In those tears saying In HUt only la plird letter we know Unit fee wrote with his own hand for the outer letters were dictated to amantWaipK In that utter to tbe lialntlans I hear la toy body tbe marks of the lI4rM- Jesus All the victims of Invomnta ngttt to he consoled with the fart that they will have a food long sleep afttr HwbUo Snared and profane literature ugjtln and again speak of that I last sleep Uotl knev that the human rare would be disposed to make a great ado about exit from this world and to he Inspire Job and David and lAtciel and John und Paul to call tbat condition steep When ut Bethany the brother who was the tiijiport of his tiller after tbelt father and mother were gone had him self expired Christ cried out In regftnt to him lie is not dead but sluep elh Cheerier tiiiiiht to aft peer sleepers for that viu be a frfcfUMI steep induced by no an erotic dhtkrbeo by no frightful dream Inirrrttpitd hy no harsh iound llvitur than asliven you ever took O child of CJeIt witi ta tint lest sleep 1In your other slMhitHfg your home may be Invaded by Iwrgtim und your treaturet curried etT but while here arid there In one vise tot of tnllUont tin resurrectionist may di turb the Ipillow of dust the mht steep Iin almost sure to be kept from lneo lion There wilt be no bUrJMlrIthe tomb And it will be tlmOJlftK t ucwakfngfreeOl sleep otwb ub J speak the last fatigue the last ache the last worriment M- bel forever gone Obi what u refrettn j sleep Most people are tired The ulgBT do not repair the day Scientists tbt minute calculation say that even night comes u little short of restoring the body to where it was the day br fore und so every ssventh daywit put In for entire rest to make up in reparation for what the nights couio not do Rut so restful will be the lisleep that you will rite front It without one sore nerve without one tiresJ limb rented forever rested as onlj God win rest you 0 yo tired folks all up und down the world tired with work or tired with persecutions or tired with ullments or tired with lx renvenientft or tired In the struggle against temptation clup your hand with eternal glee In expectation of that sleep from which you willwske tp so tested that you will never need nlrblTbete cause there will be no need ofitquieting influences No lengthening of the shadows of tower and wall sod gate No evening mist rising from the river No sundown Thy sun shall no more go down neither shall thy moon withdraw Itself for the Lord shall bo thine everlasting light und the days of thy mourning shall be coded So my hearer my render Hood night Muy God give you such sleep tonight ns Is best for you und if you ivake too soon may He fill your soul with reminiscence and expectations that will be butter than slumber Uood night Raving in prayer kneeling ut the bedside committed yourself and nil yours to the keeping of the luni prstiponcenot cross your doorxlll stud you need not be afraid of evil tidings i it1i night May you have no swab ex pirlence ns loU hind when hi sniil Thou Kcurcxt me with driiium nod trrlflext me through visions If you dream at all miiy It be it vision ol reunions Oath congratulation and wuklng hillS you find nom of them true Goadl night And when you runic to the best sleep the lblissful- sleep the last sleep nay you be able to turn nnulsuy to till the titres nnil fatigues and bereavements und pang of u lifetime Good tiighiIanti kindred yourilluminedhupafuliluonghmove nut from their loving einlinue tdlGood1 hard In llrllrvr helnghlppcJI culprit If the teacher btiilnt soil that lilY punishment hurt him more thani It did me- Thnt oughtnt to make you feel any worst Well It 1M What lie punished mil Togiestar Ce TANNER TURNED DOWN j The Illinois Londor GeU the Gel from Ills IormurI- lonellluclJ In repudiating John Riley Tanner iir thlll Iia wI st lUll happened the re- uibHoan pert f has retudtattd its petit riles and traditions an Well1 as IMt1Ie rated a grave injustice upon the Cruy roar No one will believe no one IIs iced to believe that his excellency s turned down becapte of his sins f emission or commlMiou The things vith which he to charged are the very hings which form the talpneat of an cal repnblldin statesman GOT Taw ir is an ideal republican statesman He U repudiated not lecause he hat ranaformed the cirll aexvlce of the stntw f Illinois into a political machine rock ig of corruption not onereria ad- jiinUtraUon has been iamJals tint because It wan feared hat he couldnt be reelected tateinwH who guide the destinies o Ue rvMblkMH party In IlllnoU are rnctlcal Cpolltlchina Muck aa they hay admire Got Tanner they will lake n chances of loalng the atato by it otuinatinf him tor Tannw la no worse than kla arty If anything br Isf n little better or he possesses one quality at lout birh raises him above the Hertwaand eases and lunlaoc and Maddens who Ian taken Ida political scalp He la i uragcout He flgata where they sulk It i an orgftixer of victory while they ire the ramp followers who come up vr the battle to share in the lout H of tbeci Herti for instance ato him but they all fear him and re- llprt him If re ppctabiity can be rrtd- I iiiCI of such a character They would vilow nt his herla in hopvof furtht r u r but they tear that hi prestige t rp lleucr they turn and read him t fur the go ornor hirrnrlf he dots I f i lIlti to his reputation for fort it y ibi manner in whrh he take bidr1I Iirraent lit cciupaln thut he has I abused and illflcd from the mo II 1111 he Jammed office If he will take j trouble to reflect he will remember t his immediate Irelftuor wat I Vcwi e tiliflet and abused and tbtIn 11 Tanner was foremost in the acka Whit was Ut for AStgelt lbt to be saucy far lancer 1U rv iIcnoy iis the last mesa iii Illinois to cprebend and cnmplain of abuse It Is main stork ir ra- sIcilffj be rns charge his downfall o this very predilection for antagoati IT and abusing prnpllI carrying atred into hi offlrlal aela and tulng his ties u a club wherewith to peat one ahem he deemed his enemies It I ay safely he asserted that IIIlOD itteatly malignant hostility to the In- erects of Chicago rendered his over hrow certain because the camp fol nwere rraliacd that he could not early ok county sad without Cook courtly ir stood loa lose the tate Hence he was ft dew aa WM mllakto And to add T tJbJllvnt flhi fnnlilii finincn- SS Hn tl iFl jwveraor will protoMy gtitl trans the very section which Noso bps town Sill It hai retributive jwtlM Still th passing of Tanner reflect to credit upon the republican parly He was worthy of the party and the arty was worthy of him lie was the typieal republican clHccholdrrand be IIs ingratfnlly abandoned merely because lie practiced in every omcial set the fundamental republican maxim A tibllo office IU a private pChlesgo hronlcle AGENT FOR THE TRUSTS lorU llannnn Pnvltlon niTil Irlnol- ple ns Controller of the Ile- iiibllcan Inrly It la ro more likely that Senator Markl Innno of Ohio save In the event of aCfng health will retire from the lead tilltp ef the Imperiallat pnrty in tho 1siftedl States titan thatCecll Itbodcsof Huth Airiest will abandon his control hraugh Colonial Secretary ThamlM lnI of the jingo party In Great Britain Tho two nee Manna and Rhodes land for one and the same principle in Urtr respective eountrtp The prln pie Is that ot commercialized politics he proetlttition of party principle to sea ends of private and corporate gala Mark Ilannu entered American public lfo as the notrecited agent of trusts iril ayallcntes and la Irtotlng the new morlcan policy of foreign colonlall n 1iI the Interests of trusts and ayndl tMtes Cecil itbode became n national Brute In Knglandl at the reprctentatlvr if the South African compel said tilt war on the Doers IBI due ta tin powerful itiufince of this great corporate body IL ann works through lib control of President McKlnlcy political fortunes Rhodes works through his mastery of the mind of Colonial Secretary Cham ruin ofiibllioun to become primp rinliter of Great Britain the highest refuel under the crown 111It not pleasant to contemplate the irnonntltles of these two men as doml i aiing the destinies of such govern mlnt af there of thu United Stabs and rir+ at Urilaln but the fact of their milljjn Uomlnnncp may not truthfully Iii Jenlod Ilannns supremacy in this iinntry IIs oven more hnmrftil than the pnworof Cecil UhodOH In England for i the reason that It Is more directly the iwi pies fault under our system of gov ernment when n surrender of national prirclplo is made In the case of Hanna thr surrender of American principle Invokes n startling repudiation of the anui dent American doctrines i gon wliiih rests tho eturcturc of free gov ernment We are soon to bet asked by lr lllont McKlnlcy to make this sur reas tr final and Irrevocable What shall be the answer of the American people to the presidents astounding appeal for American stultification 1 St Louis Republic Our secretary of11o treasury should have quit the banking business when haa vepyttl the posltlott 1u now oceupta = 4Yr Sgrld s TRANSACTED IN SECRET Mcorclnry images Ilnnilllnuc of the tcoiilcn Sliinvy llvlim the Sic tUttle Sn lttltiflralllordI barosaed by scrutiny and criticism Iti It more ljMlnful to hats to do tar tcrit lI1hlblRDdI painful of all that Mr Gage should be doing anything that calls faicrutinj aid crltloltiu What are the First There It tnotaIof tho matt I country who were of the argent eon tributors to the famous monster lion na campaign fund of 1890 who are or gnnlc as the National city lank nmi1 sundryfIcy aitnlnlatmtion neck at for txntu byfl eminent property In New York city for arlralMtlIIIevalueSecond Mr Gage na secretary of the treasury aa nn accountable mblk seer ant bas entered into a secret altmnt with this rtcdlcati whereby It h to handle the entire Internal revenue re c Jpta of tM govorninent about 300 900000 a year No one but Mr loge and Mr McKlnley and the syndtente know tIM terms of this aceret agreement or how ranch profit the syudl ton will he able to snake out of the handling It IIs known however that the ayndl cat will have eachtsy a rerjlarg a usa of the people money for which It will ray nothing and upon which It will eel lent heavy Itt through loaning It out to the public Mr Gage tart ii bin explanation to the World It ta nre Mnr 10 xie inrat the In lerast revenue r erpta of SCOI nrarty- ftNWM a dAy at one plae la order Io rsak aay fair dUtributtaa of flan tram dy to UT rut to it necessary secretly tocoocrn- j trat them And wljrI Itilt necemtarTlo- bring Into the coffers of the National rite bank coFlrctlnns made In Hlrh mend Cincinnati Chicago LoulnHU- Bt Louis Peoria San Frand co Why could rot the go rrro nl do the dis tribntlng Why mnhlltnotdothetar tributlng publicly In order that ao one might be able to suspect or allege fa rotIt Mr Gage says The Natioral city Milk has a rfr de pi r toads wishI tae tUU7 deptt most than suit other t eIIID the roantrr Tkla ample eearity weutd not exist la tke caa of a bank whose deposit cf bends was aoaim 1 or romparatlr stash lint does this ohang the fi that the Internal revenue receipts If they must bf distributed as free deposits could be and should be distributed by the gov ernment itself IIn smaller amount among the strong banks throughout tn country IIn order that nil the po pie might bare an oppcrtunliy to knit II I t rAt 1 Mr Vn 4tr8ji Mr Oag factotum and the junior lord of the treasury saysTh 4oarimnt wilt set aaaouo Ute aw depsitortsa r IkwiltutUa which win relv the aweey I 4 not regard H ugood ftlttf aw weal aay need result frow its publMty Where would W the harm IB It not the peoples money Art not Grge and Vandcrllp tb peoples servants If they are eompRlng the Xattonnl city bank to rank a fair ilUtribtitlan of tbBM vast MUM what potlbl rneta they have for hiding the fuels What would Mr Gage have thought if when he was president of a nntlerrtl beak In Chicago his cashier had rome to him and take Mr Gage I realty cannot permit you to know what I am doing with the hanks mossy You will lore to be aatlsOed with a ntaient of total and results at tla end of the year In it not against public ppolicy for the secretary of tho treasury In any sirI cumatnncc to turn over his functions sad the pulille funds to private moneylenders Iwwcver goal tli ncctirity they nay glre1 Is It uot a grot abuse of public trust for him to make this in slgnmcRt to n little group of the finan cial bankers of the administrations po litical fortunes and that by secret agreement If Mr Gage 1s wronging his public reputation by this secrecy Ms redress IK easy to obtain All lie hoe to do lIs to adopt the only safe andl just course torn honest and faithful public oflkHul puhtleltyt publleltylS publlcltyl N Y World OPINIONS AND POINTERS Mr Ilnnniv concedes thnt Now York should pick tliu vIce prtsldoutlal oandlilnto anti bus indeed gone so far In his obliging way ns to pick out scvcml good niiinus for Now York to pick from Albany Argue If this uongrww appreciates money up to the demands of the various departments of government It will be not merely a bllllondollarllUt near- lyI n bllllonandnhnlfdollnr congress This iIs tho work of imperialism It has made the most extravagant of recent oongresson models of moderation marl economy In the comparison Spring ilold Republican With wnr taxes thousands of mourning homes anti thu gravest ap prehension existing1 among thoughtful citizens In regard to tliuBnitcomo of tho policy of Ingrafting Imperial ism Into Americanism the ship of state cannot truthfully ho said to be soiling serenely mulct the MoKinloy llnnnu pilotage Troy Press We notice that some of the re publican papers nre strong lit nilvU Ing thirst Senator Clark of Montana be tinnmtcd for securing his election to the senate by tho use of money hut wo ilo not recall that these annie papers wore very Insistent when Mark Ilunnti seas elected by these same means froro tho state of Ohloaorta slier ll1lrnllrlvt FIFTYSIXTH CONGRE rrC Sesslnn ltVashttmtan Jan 4 nat ml iluewt WNO Mar lUcuUUlng appu rJib RMni to civil cfflcM in the oytly na IJ41 pendent to amrad Ute Chinese eat flan aWl so all to eamalt tSMttr atmlt unrtratlQautJlertalnanoMlc e irnlt4 alCotsi Cults aroaMatiOren ntfnlljr Mlntoa uMUhm nt of s o p rtmM 1 st eommeroe awl tndiwtrt r ulatlii tN maaufaetur of lilted obttetw aitd 0II IUIII1 end the adukratlon ot foul of tM per tpppth 1o tu snliwidow 8o1IUIV 01 the NB maka rasjlMMit who sop kWA In tl providing a fwd Cur then IMn Ibt1frtlMJ m aon of tbe tUG t cutter servtc oonailt lanai RII18ft1UWftt utharlalna an lDOOntd tax tleueeUtlle nllCl r Ilut IntedUClt1 tfcwHIrl slob Is nut coallfuou to the Unltd States shall be admlUMl by tM aHjgr Mt Into the union s coiicttiutloiMl am J ment utlwrtilnK tax Jotnt roiofuUbq propoAii ail fotewtnCJiffimd MAt tath oausiuStioBt Co RrM ihau- hoe poww to i4WlM Inlets Sad towu1pal tmrol or pWt the awe say Mat rtt4l7 district or any Mhrr nil0 xa ralatag Irnt- gmttonrnlIeeJJltri lto awed to Cu n esl taYtNWo treotntnt 1n xmitea a port i Mowing oreiRr to sue In tho rnltwiI tiltWtCQt In domnllka hejtJuro datHMOOl TfctouBh thu tate trpartSMni and mnlaMnc Ta the I federal yurt redsrtni the fltttr on V Pr u4tf In prtnili 10 rpail tko anp tax to providor tntr1 on Iftc deposits t nit JQiIIII s as th ryprenlUw lit Jan LCofttfipl river- Wshingt m sit IYnstaTk 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l o for in r tlrmatp imcir of ta armtla who nerved In lb chit war at l Mi ta a ac ulk1ald i pmv UMr blrseie fbr itteawBr to f MteMtth DAtFMrl n dlrrtkMit orata Ik duty m TmaMrt tirvMbi In to in fallil IM fend taanr MM sountrtM In iMkr than AlisrMaa M p- oUn hou ot or Iwo lav MI watI that as hu ilI l 0 pNailtiatrtt by ta Ui tr OrakM of is Ml1tanner Or rR LncalAr t1k1 QlnuMo t Tthoe tho1 nldof1- tMoIM ar4nr nf MhhontopieWa oft rawrv to tli ill w i 11tN ewer tee Weyre DR McGLYNN DEAD Till Once f tiiiiMB frlft tllro nl 1IU- llouiir In Vrtvlittriih N Vw at Heart IMIIarr N Y Jan 0ltev Dr IXtthCll ua rector ef St MM rya ehurelu theftI at the reulery at S0 oclick ISunday afternoon aftrrtnn IIIHVM of about steel WOMb of- lasart diseaseA rahulVe r Mtrgienl uPrlntIHttItr FUn llriletjjformed on Dr MoUlytui night but tbto did not cued t tInt or contribute materially den tie Ourinr the Uy Dr MOlynn haul sovornl winking IplaitsI and the pbysii oinas wire oiilhMl oarly to Ida bedside whore they riHolud until he tiled NwlNirgn N Y Inn oThc fu nerd acrrictf of Itcv Dr ICilwnnl MeOlynr will probably bo held at St MirjrH vlitireh tcslkday and nt the church of the Holy Cross New York city Thursday IiiUrmont will be In Calvary cemetery long fiilaml Dr MOIynu tiled Sunday of honrt failure attending acute llrighfa duv easeII THEIRCHILDREN J TIll nuiihio HltUKllon III titllv UI Crow lug Diirkrr sisal TttniiMtmU ln Stwrriii Now York Jan DInCOlit mall ad vlcoa from Indsl aver that the shim tlon thoru grows darkor every week Throo inlllloiiB are using on govern ment relief work The sale of oln ilron by aUtrrlug jmrcntu Ib Ucoouilng common rlimllloa are breaking up such member for himself lit switch of food Abandoned uhllilron arc found with frequency It is n famine of wutcr na YoU ns food Cattle ore dying oil by thous ands und no rain IK now cpcatc un til June Condition of tlio Trenmiry- WiiHliingtott Inn Drhu stittuni nt of the condition of the tronstiry shows Avnllable cash Imlunun ell010338 yolil reserve WCTOS Will ItPtnru to Cuba Washington Jan 0 Keortitnry Hoot accompanied Gen lames II Wilson tho mlllUiry governor of MitUiiizas province Cuba to the whlto house where they hail nn extended Inter prsaumablyIn l been stated thnt Jen Wilson would resign lift cominUslon in the nrmy mil not return to Cubn but the gen accuracyfUjntlou to return to Mot inxoR UA noun ia the mission which brought him to VaShlcgton had been flntshcU ItJ LItA yyy+ A 7a A- w 1ti llw J 1 1E lv f t rrj- J I rte GHKINO GRAPEVINES Tuts h Snlil to llnalen Dla- i tfM0 Sly Hiul Improve HIeI and S Uuitlllr tr Crnpim 9 reprocess of gtrtfllitg grapevines tojBtm maturity I aortas the IM Ht iiiirovt the quality of groper hue lftree extensinety practiced IB the- e1 Erie archipelago The Xtw York Ai exjwrlmeBt station bas sad fny experiments hoxvlnjf varying r- Ita on different kind of gasper On iupjrc State both bnnek aad htrrr sort tenor aad began to ripen tl days Vnrller than on the un ringed Other varlrtle showed little or BO effect TMnOtlBBMl kinds like the Warden t ul the tendency to creek Increitrd Delaware MMMd to lose qtMlitjr Cut t CIIHDUVO QMA1MEV1XK- TtK l e4 ky tie 31w turk SUM sta ll in iftrdilac araatvibta sett apptar aac of ai4le4 rises ling back sew growth on ringed rlM gas tkr fralt better quail jr TUn eUect tif ringtcg devltalUe somewhat but judirtoutlyI practiced even tide cimuJa lire effects oa ttroB growIng ki4ft iedl Met be dlaaatrtiM Grower bare found that the best reo salts are oblalaed liy dolag the work when the grapes are about oar tkhd gratis ibexaet 11re depending OR tb MWMMI sod varlrtj The operation may be jwrforewtl wlik a knife but where riaftag Isesteaatreay engaged in a tool tletlfiird for the purpose it used The arvotaparijritg figure 1s ex pUlnrd bejnw tlje gel lIar The satft station explain the reason of the elfwU oa the fruit ss follows The food Materials taken 11 the 1rotsIpass up through the outer layers wood te the preea pints of the ptoNt lire new Material for growth to formed sad the ItNtlos that Is Dt- Herded My the lean sad slier gases Paris tares swnwsrd for the asst pn thrM k tit hMMtr bark in its Ma mMiafl wbrmr It te aeeMd The Iwt1J VItIN tHviii meat of the solution It set interfered with but since tke downward pacsag takea place through tko Inner lark the Now to arrested wkrw it unites at tin paint where the bark kai been removed Con e UrMty the parts of the plant that are above the point where the ring of bark has keen removed receive more than a wornial supply of food which tends to fendnco Increase IN tlw ned earlier ripening of the fruit Okie Jarmcr iiur XniiiinR nm Hi iir i TatruMlo the nursery local or other wise that gives you the wry beet stock for the moneyand dont object to Ipet lag a good price for n flntfbu tree but dont buy from aa agent yrnd tit rent to the nursery liny of only well established nurseries that late gaud local and favorable national repute lions Where apple trots or iany OUtW kind of fruit trees are planted thl iduntiT wont to be sere he IU not nmH log a inUtuKe wants to know that 1lie In ptantlug trees that are true to name of Rood vigor and that will do their part If hi will do lilt We do not advlie dli crimlnntlon against the local ttvnvry man If he has good goods fnlr prices and sanest methods of wiling and If In your locality the nureryman tries to nerve Ida tniMomen faithfully RhK then what they jwy for and know how to grow flr tcloM stock then do bust new with Mm Farmers Voice it Oleo nil n Knl llntlnn IW wonder whether the writers 1honrgs tko H c of oleo na n worthy I reallyI tt t wna nn embryonic state and from rnotlvoa of vewnoniy It was not t detuned prartlcablu to buy goal northern button So wo trlmll to contest ounolve with oleo HB a fat ra tion Scarcely one individual out of 300 over profosvcd to like It nod tnnny trio of sickness treated by renldert a Illrietlya1 1fiCllm Worm In Inmhs The iitomaah worm In lambs U often n cause of serious trouble which oe ours in the fall tometlmcs In Scptom her but more frequently not until Inter Tko worm is about thrco fourths of on r hum long scarcely larger than n thread of cotton The remedy advised for them at n meeting of the VUconslu 1h sheep growers was to keep the iamb k without food until Its stomach was epipty then give n mixture of four ounots of raw linseed oil nnd two or three tablespoonfuls of benxlpu or gas oline 1 sn this works oft It will ex i pal the worms often in considerable numbers 1 1Bythe way Isnt this n SOlid record to establish 1 Nobody buys tin arlmnl twice of nay but nu honest iiiuu wh dots right by him I C r d 11 FEEDING IN WINTER SlenmlnK nntl Cooklim Ciinrup Poildcr for Cons U n Irnollce That Iny Well In feeding corncUlttt the dairy cows rhow that they rcttak them much butIter thou when f4 dry and hard Thorc I IIla Improvement in the actual lIourlhIlag qualities of thu stnlUs by cooking j then for the process does not add any I tklug to them but the net that the I fodder Is made more palatable to the slilnnlsI IIs BOllktUnt oxeusu for one I adopting this course Dry hunt cornstalks are not rosily pleasant food to I etmB nod tnany will eat them onlII when toned to It from hunger HiliIIf the stalks are taken end out up into mall lengths and then cooked or trained and fed to the animals worm they 1lave an odor that IIs refreshing Cows will eat the miiih thus mlulI greedily If one Ihas steam on the farm the fodder stalks OAR bo cooked with the steam much quicker than by any other method If we add a llule grain to thin cooked mush the cows vlll rat far more than when fed any other way In feeding the stalk In thus way the grain food should not be cut down IUI some are Inclined to do for aa said be fore nothing Ila aided to the stalks by cooking them I believe that all good dairy cows re spond quickly to good feeding and little Improvetneals the method of prepar ing their food In cold weather they show tke effect of warm feeding Imme diately It studs to reason that tkey feel better whets they kale warm food to take Into their stomach just as much as n man Ily tempting them Irl this way we undoubtedly increase the flow of milk Anything that freshens the appetite and make the food more 11- tablo is very apt to affect the milk thaw favoraWj 1 he work of steaming or cooking the fodder adds quite mate richly to tile dairymans labors hat If It eon be done see or twice a week It will help to Improve the tank supply 1ovltr raisers see te it that their birds kate warm food once a day through the winter and It may he tkat dotty mss eon And IIn It n lesson for them They all agree that warm food agrees with the bees laying eggs and greatly helps In iBcreaslny the supply of this productlt P Smith in American Cul orator BLINDFOLDING COWS Cnnvn Properly Cut and IlMed I w Inrllellor Arrnnnrinrnl Than llenvy lltiMril Hllndvr Ilreochy tattle ear often forced to angry a beery hoard ibltotfer upon their head the weight sad ebnflnir of title War an unnecessary IjHeaa f cruelty t MANAGING A RRRBCIIV COW Use a lilt et onmns out and fitted In the tiNtnner hovti In the out with rings to tdIp over the horse end n strop to fasten beneath the jaw Let thu rings altpon the horns far enough so the cloth will hot easilyI come off Orange Judd Farmer DAIRY SUGGESTIONS It douhtloss pays well to Invest in some of tho device which keep the wnter so that each cow unit help liar self when she wants it Milk Iis noar Ily nil wntvr anyhow All cattle feel thin pinch of cold in winter and unless additional feed und good comfortable quarters nre givon them they will fall ofT rapidly In eon ditlon and will be unprofitable all wlntur Mnko your stable floors nnd gutters water tight sod use absorbuuts or conduct the liquid manure to a cistern In the barnyard when It unit bo pumped out and sprayed on the mead owsCharcoal n good absorber of gases In thu milk room where foul gases are proeunt It should be rashly pot lured and kept thuru continually especially In hot weather when un whelosoinu odors are most liable to Infect tho milk Knrm Journal Attend his ierlrncr Mretlnar Scientific fencing Is farming In no eordance with natures Immutable That IIs what farmers have been trying to do since the very first beg ualugs ot tko industry These laws men kawt measurably learned by experience Should each depend on his own exjier puce for the knowledge needed to guldt him In his Industry he would not learn farminglisRgoaCoule1much has been learned by freqnun farmers meetings discussions of ninth oils and exchange of experiences Fanners Kevlow lllildnar Mire M11krr If there Ila any ono thing about lulrylug that has been thoroughly anti completely demonstrated It Is that milking makes milkers Tlio best sow In the world can bo ruined as n milker in a comparatively short tune by simply lotting the calf suck her or by curelessnoss In milking Thcninnwhohastcn or twelve or more cows nail milks thorn year In and year out keeps right at it nUll practices improved mothods of feeding will got ahead right along It dont pay to milk the cows one year nnd let the calves sitok the next says the Cream cry Cuktto r mm MATHEMATICAL WONDERS 1 What One Inoli vt Ituln JIcnn tie tiliutvii liy StutUtlcnl- CnlouintluuM It It perhaps little cuosolatlon on a drenching wet day to reflect on tha mathematical marvels the rata rtjir scuts It is however a littleknown fiat that within the compass of the oommon e reeslon an lack of rain there are arowded statistic that nay well take away the breath OTWI of 11 senior wrangler It requires of course men than an average wet day to prodoe aItrain so tbat we nay faint taM a sIn file Inch as a very possible standard of selculatloa font reaUy soaking day Oa sash a day sssuaIng that the taU Is universal throughout this United Kingdom the aggregate fall reaches tbe stupendous total of over T6ttooO coo toss of water We realise soni thing of what thew flgtires mean when wa wueulate that a Sell of an Inch of rein over till United Kingdom wonld allow a distribution of 1UO gallons of water to very mss Wfjioan sot clfkl living on the entire eartk today or a dally allowance for a wkoto year of 3 It gallons for cull inkabltaat The rainfall of three similar days ett1d aatwelgk all the Inhabitants of t6 earth If we distribute our rainfall among the Inhabitants of the United King dom the allowance to each individual could AH an enormous tank SO feet song IT Sect wide and 5 feet duel This supply of water wonld measure 4IMO gallons and would weigh no leaa than 1W tops a weight which would tax the strength of a town of 8000 Inhabitants to lift With a single days supply of rain we could stake a miniature Niagara over which the water wovkl pour night sad day for a whole year at the rate lit MT8000 gallons a minute A slag minutes fall would fin a reservoir 300 feet square to the depth of 6 fet 30 Inches and frost this reservoir every mss woman and ekild In O eat Britain sad Ireland might take lays gift of water without emptying it Over our Niagara during the course of tko year would pour the aiBaxing total of 173 04K000ooo gallon of water To contain these hundreds ef thousands of millions of gallons let tw dig through the heart of Oat llritaln from extreme north and south a canal three miles wide and let us pour Into this channel alt the water that lows In a year over our Niagara We skull lad that at the end of the year tide case moue canal I0Il milt long sad tktte milesI wide will be filled to a depth of 6 feet 6 Inches and thus we kAva ton lrioned within Intelligible bounds Itn Mock of rats the products of a wt day over the United Kingdom If we ia kkm a colossal task large enough tt aanttii the whole of the tilt 9t Ihnand build lu sides i4M JwJ hir tko gift Mr took elIA+ iutflm iMs tank to the brim to that U wo drop late It three Seafclls one perched on the summit of another the topmost mountain will only show M feet of lu summit above the surface of ear tank If we widen the area of our tank so that it will take in the whole of the county of London with Its 7i44B acres equal to an area 119 miles long and JI miles wide our Inch of rain will 1111 it to a depth of 64 feet sad will practically submerge the whole of London with its 4600000 inhab itants and It will even flood the whole of the county of Middlesex ta a depth of UH feet The weight of our inch of rain IIs 7001163000 tons n weight too greet al most to deal with in fancy even If we will Into requisition every locomotive throughout the entire world and set them to wark to remove our Inch of rain each engine will have to make trRnportIng 1000 tons If It were possible to remove journeythe taming 10 tons of water would be long enough to wind Itself 123 times round equatorThe Kingdom would naturally be very inadequate to cope with such n burden If each engine In Great Britain and Ireland could draw an average weight of 700 tons It would be necessary to make two Jour daythroughoutwithin measurable distance of accom dIshing the task Similarly if we at tempt to remove It by road It would I theunitedI journeysnIt IB fortunate tkat we are not called on to pay for our supply of water fnr- a single1 days supply even att the mot crate rate of a penny for 100 gallons mIdt1l810oooanydlllulerainfaUcost us as much as our entire national expenditure for a year Titlilts Cnrrxlntr It Too Fnr Itockinghnm1mno nobodyIhl the young man who was applying for a job You have even gone so fur apparently ns to multh e your own Kngllsh Chicago Livening News 1I1I1lnnllIlI When the astronomer considers that thin earth is but n speckI In the universe and that man is but n speck on the earth it must snake him fool small Yes but when he compares htmtelf with the men who dont knowwiough to fuel smooth it must make him feel bit Puck AmiiJilnr the Angel Clllil Mrs Van Swamp William dear as you have another chill coming on will you kindly hold the babys rattle in preIlous I r r LAWRENCE FISHING rf4 AaRI rag oi the Grcnt Illvrr Itsltcea Very Onnd nnrllitf the Past SonMon r buy IK rr an no public waters 111 hf Itws are more carefully ob BUrrOp aLl ttkhing Is curried on in a ottltl IlttOI B a tin tate reservation on the Su Owwrrnce river The special pro sin tin Ti me laws relating to the 1 b of tilt Thousand Ulanc make t11apen argillJRimUfccllunfrv from June 9 to January J IMpale limit tin inches in length con UjJiLli llegally taken No person IIs per fritUudhi catch kill or possess more UiM 12 INI4 lIn any one day and where l s9e more prrtona are fishing from iltS Mme host they cannot take to ex cm 24 bass In a day 9 Anglers Anftoclfitlon of the St JiSJgffence River a large and influential Offiantaatlon composed mainly of jiftfiftln nt business and professional CulttdSitlllWllnonctJatlJalrltiiipal citizens of Clayton and A nCria buy Iis entitled to great or t fur the healthy sentiment rc Ii l g fishing which prevails within tlf rwration It Iis largely due to tltt efforti of the association that the International park exists that the spii ojfil Jirotectlvc provisions were enaced ntlfl art enforced aril that the Haiti anglingIsDirinir the first few weeks after the- acassn pried this year the flshingwas net wry ifcM in the river owing to the greflt number of mcnhadn For some time the lIa muskellunge and pickerel ell d filayed utter contempt for the anpUiY hock trolling poon and live but evluently finding their wants full uilin by the myriads of little Halt inentiuned About August 1 however the tutne fish begrun to bite vlg or Usly aid they have kept it np so that ns sil whale thlc has been one of the best nMiinjr seasons known on the St yearsTile black bass vinlcli are caught in the waters of the St IlIl Iis from one and one and a hilt to two pounds and a threepound Or is rorMrred unite a big one When oil 1 miiKht which tips the scales at tour pounds it Iis an event which is word rurging about and every ounce abode that weight Iis counted as of great importance Once In a great weighingfomHOWfTruare extremely rare The St fawrcnre jrfckercl or pike proper aver age fttin vJireu to seven pounds into glrt and a tenpounder is a big one It to ret a very uncommon thug how to HO them welglring Irons IS to m ands sad in rare caeca they are tekW Wtglilng to liouada or oven a I frequently wUJh weigh trout 14 to M pounds are conmtd as good ones hardly a season pas Mt without the capture of a speci men weighing from 30 to 40 pounds and dace In n great while even the lat ter mark JIs patted From records kept during the past sea un of big muskellunge caught on the river the following figures arc talon Augusta pound inuskel lunge sought near Terrace park ore weighing Ifi pounds taken near Big j iflandi one weighing ten and otehaif pounds caught off Itaitlett point one mile above Clayton two captured near Hamiltons Wand one weighing is atci the other 30 pounds September A muskellunge captured by a Frontennr guest weighed over 30 pounds speci green were caught tear Carleton bland weighting 27 i8V4 0 and IS pounds re spectively near Mile Tree point one was taken weighing isyfe pound Many fine catches of block bass and pickerel were alto mode Several very large walleyed pike were taken in the river opposite Fine View They were caught ID deer water Black bass were very numerous in the vicinity of Cape Vincent during the season and oarsmen found profitable employment In fishing for the market Quantities of them were sold fur five rents a pound It 1s said that a gentle man from New York together with his guide took 3400 pounds of black bus In the lake near Qqw Vincent and oil Stony Island The waters around Cape Vincent are not Incluivrt in the state reservation of the St Lawrence river CHen Humid Ktnic Caleb Iuilillnir Two pounds raisins two pounds currants two pounds sugar one pound Hour one lutul bert suet chopped ins half n hound citron diced thin IS eggs well beaten 1V4 pounds bread rumu one uuttneg grate1 and the juice of one lomoa If wine or whisky Is Used three wlneglassfiilH A 1lW- ICJttttlhnonds chopped fine and two nipfnls at+ set milk Mix all these rrndunily n handful of each fruit itigar Hour etc and iul l a little sin toning as you mix Let it bon steadily live hours LndlcV World HIMV the Loser Pelt Extract from n love story in a pop our mngnzluet die had no sooner luetl his eyes to hers which were of a deep violet color titan hits hart began to beat with rapidity A choking swi intion pervaded his entire being uirt out for the presence of an armchair I tie would have fatten semiconscious at tier feet Itouslng himself with nn ef ort he possessed himself of her hard ud apprised her of his affection to which she responded In exec lent French Inmlejr nail Onion Parsley should always garnish a dish rontnlning onions ps it takes away ttime odor must people object to It even prevents the aftertaste If eaten by the Individual who loves onions and must Lave thew1lttsburgh Dispatch Wee Little Tots I II withCroypis Croup Cute U the remedy ro lUanitiag OtlkarIf the ctIII doWJutfrII droggteU ruinndauoonneyifithsto cure 25C I f fantosaidDid i I OTim0 Tlin UHII A Cronocnt QueenitSons lIMn show good Judgment by show gleek of eclflCIi4kIeDeebicago Daily I 1UTNASI PADKLBSS DYES produce rwykoowilThe veracity of fkuoftm depends upon IUtilUeianhicagoDally i I We have not been without Pises Cure for Conlupion i for 30 pareLizzie rerrel Camp St 1J ibaa May 4 01III I Irobablr the most difficult man in theII world to nUsi is toe one who doctnt know what he waot Ckieaao Daily eVIIjI I Halos Honey of Horekound and Tar re lieves whooping sough I IikeTJ ToetfiscTie Drops Cure in one minute I While thou direst keep a good tongue in thy head Sbaksepcare I TUg MUIKBT8 Cincinnati Jan 8 LIVE STOCKCattle eomn 4 ro Select butcher 11ii4 10 T 1HOaSCbole e5 gLIRbthlllperaI b g BHaPCnopB f t0 MW SPLOUUWlnterOltAlKWhentjJo a red W4W SCornNoOatso S mixed 5InOtBroNSLard w 5 C5 iMYChoieeetimothy13 W 1 0- BCTTKUCnolce dairy to 0 Choice creamery is 31 AWLlESCholi to fatley1 S 9 3 W OTATOKSP brl 15o W CHICAQ- OFLOUnWlaUr patent i 40 O S M DRAIN WheatNo 2 red Wet Ci1 L No S cUotc spring WWg ml COINV o 2 G a OATSNO 2uto- IORKI 1 94tt WIG 6 LAJdStm ift j5S5 I NEW YORK FLOURWlnter Unt 388- WHKATNo 01J red tp 75 COKNNo 5 mixed W MA W- hlLAItLSteamItALTlMOnB FLOUR Family 311 U 5 M- OUAIN WheatNo S red U CJt Southern W W- Oor i MUe l 31stvi u Oats Ko 2 white WiW 3V- yItyeN 2 western 5- 7CATTLB First ualtty 4 IItii 4 SO HOGS Wvotarn 500 INDIANAPOLIS ORAIwhetitate 3 red OOaatio S ml 22Ut FLOUR Wlnur LOUISVILLE patent 3 U O3U- GIlAlNWh iII tNo 2 red 7JtI 72 8GOau I LAUDStCim fif C CO Illlnd Ft luim or with nester WHIH Ru tastes Un- llUtime Fold t S 11- I Hair I have used your Hair = Vigor fits years tad tm greatly pleased with it It cer tunly restores original color k to gray hair teens hair and It quic ytt cured me of some kind of humorlof the scalp used I your Hair Vigor b I twenty years and liked it veryn t Twenty I wIdo not anyother Lair repration been I used in one family twenty i 1ii youBut Hair Vigor I been restoring color to gray hair years andJt never r fails to do this work either You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from faUingII out keeping your scalp clean and healthy for ing grow and longff 100 bottle All mnldsJJ qj ld Write the Doctor youdesireDoctor ItDr J Lowell Mass r tia1Siii6i8i lsyY FOR 14 CENTS 1 WewlahtessntbteJearnaN newcitomtraodbane oar- I Pkc frI ttdncfabullOroM rkftL ttacclto Htrawbrrrr Mtlon llo 1 IS Itr Oar RadibleaIirllhantFlower8eds lte WcrthSLOO 14 QTui Abate Pkgs worth tlwwowlll mss tree toectbtr with evgratataloe ttioct POTATOnpooreeitnftblnot We tcttsyourlradaand wb you nee tty pedil withoaU oo rtan on BahuP nnurt Ions wtMtlfrttTomttoaUDtoDMrtbc IriLziH ma co moss ndfor Inventors 1rntclJurldellI rot f P llIo Oe Co t muJlKtrt nUIIJlIi Ctolcmiro c LrtatluArd CleTO AN APPEAL TO HUMANITY i We nerd your twutancc In announcing to tile the GREATEST REMEDY that Science has ever produced and you aced our oulcuncc to secure relief for yourself and friends throujh 5VANSON5 s a the American has con A REMEDY SUPREMEAureIYUI trill conquer all that opposes It to will 5 DROPS unailinjtly conquer all diieue tike RheumatUin Sciatica Neuralgia nI Lnmbato Gtarrh of lit shall ASTHMA Dyspepls Backache Slaplesanefl Nervuuseu Heart Weakness Toothache Creeping Numbness Dronchltls Liver and Kidney Trouble etc etc or any disease for we rec ommend it 5 ls the name and the dose 5 DROPS is per fectly narrates It does not contain SallcyUlc of Soda nor Opiates in toy form The Child ran use Itaa well as the Adult Reed carefully what Mr IR Smith of El Dorado Mo writes dUe of NOT 37 1879 al o date cf Dec 16th ltfy- 4tdonotkowhowtooapreas bow wonderfrl I thlnt jour IS DROPS mediemrl I wai tufforiiur lnt iiMlr wltb NEtUlALOlA and tboucnt month that t would have to die The day lady curied to see me and brourbt me advert wmente DltOlS ntolrwl u try It and rnt for ample bottle Huvo trn taklOjf ttorthtee wersaad bare not bad an attack of Isballalsoukopleurelnrecommend- amour lerelttiii Tr 1itiTV TblituienwntJji oililTrl ran a DICOIS tort be nre of tUUALGIA L n tTlx191Kl Dorado Mu r lMF IBB AflOaUi neobllndol the 11th oftmouthaad rVliCUEVlA I was glad to It wu uirerlnijattbotlic irllhuntold IIJllIlcs Tb an dOte mooulo mT PAin on abort noUce hitsthe GoeS for lt II wtlld- oalltat wy II Wilt Slid more duo bad severe pains alt Lady when night came I nlllidrOU Nile The Iron pain walln RareofmrdlriberorltiinITMATINMandminnreliefnatllIiotywtrSIiltOtoed fourdtcerentklnd B wbcb Var me aimed late feUdal atwre tiaied MAUTAN now KlL B Carat bur Onlc UeelQ liVJ to r aMe to gin ROISI least trtal we will send rnlel battle 30 DAYS t mall frSle 1sanplebottlwlltonnncetuu Alro farFebuttireit00dee- qnaoabctuatorna sWhyussada enta ACUTB Wmi l TrrlUrj Uontivnlt Write nowl NWAVKOX lCUJtJY TIC ccitE CO icoto 104 Lake nt OUICAOO ILL iiI Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder and fC NEW RIVAL loaded with Black powder Superior to other brands for- UNIFORA11TY RELIABILITY AND STRONG QUALITIES a Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers Insist upon 11 having them when you buy and you will get best IIb4 PILES TT I r Wllllamr Pll- eiato5ot will cure HIptMiuR Sod lublim 1ilct nbprhe the rs allays the Itch- Ing at once act aa reIwtefandItc iugflbepllvato parr Atdrugorb7on receipt cants nod Ltoe Imall iUQ CCProp tLSYELDOlno Slf it laokrd In fw boon KRAUSERS LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE Mad from blrkorr wood Cheaper sod arer than the old way Stnd to circular UKIUCbLlA llUUUlltMlm I CU fly All Ecrt syrup Good ID by dru Keeps IiMy iSoft for r the It my soft smooth lI My mother for some j KilkennyI UsedIYearsIWe know of teat has for has for fr for and mal the hair rich a about Address C AVER Itho t 1 I Lt M I I 1 1 too X 1 for eeta 10 you ten all sumps know Malxern louwdlatdo i LA k mi PATENTSOI II ftrvruii 4 IrancheCIAUUIIIIUonlrte GENERALLY world DKOP3 Nary Earache which DROPS Spring u under NEURALCIAtllrtallunder for a as rif I a Sprits Your DROPS lOlWI reellYe for I btlprd namoof I orermy 0 x n sufferer II a J it prepaid r I t INCHESTER all SHOOTING the I Indian a s a rlraorr Coutb j Trloiiir l rIlKADUltS OF THIS PAlBIl I1BSIIIINU TO 11UY ANTTIIIXO AtJVUUTIEl U IN 118 COLfMNS SIlOfLU INSIST WON IIAVIKO WHAT THEY ASK Toll UKFLStNO ALL BUUSTlTfTKS Ull IMITATIONS TI- les the gltKl S Covetnmcnt and all the Leading Ituiltoadj u u DRPET BISfOVKIIYj Klvej 7 rlld 11 n aces Dock of teaumnnias mul 111 dot ttt tment treo Or It II llifcEXS SONS Uni 11 itUnla Us- A N KE 1765 VnF4 WKBTIXO TO AUVEKTISEKH l leae tale that you cow Ue AiUerlUo moot IB Ula puperSF I fr f tL 4 I Building ti 1 j 1ll iateriahl t I ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM BEn =J Doors ami Wmttowtt Shinglos fic J Limo and Gfunont- Bulldora Hardware Paints Oils etc 4 ESTIMATESVilSKKFULIiY i 1 1UUSISIIEIJ I t PEED STUFFS Hay ant Corn Bran etc etc J 1 U P VVS Ellison = c en For BARGAINS in Clothing Hats Shoes l c go to Buchanans Closing Sale Tile report now ia that Pingree and Gulden Rule Jones lire com ing over to the democratic party They will nuke warm members for any party TUB story the OoarierJnarnnl printed concerning tbeyonng coo pie that married on the limb of a tree suggests an entirely new branch of matrimony SoBTH DAKOTAS two Senators have swapped politics Kyle elected as a populist hoe gone to time Republicans and Petllgrew a Republican has Iturned Populistl IN bribery an well us in everything else there lute been a sharp advance In prices rime last sum mer Time ruling price now seems to be 5000 with ten per cent off for rash TUB Keninrky LegiBlHturcJhjiB not gut down to legislating yet rflongh 80 bills were tistrotineedk on mile IHI Bill Day HefiNlnn will he ounfuinied by the CIilltunl UISCN I Nag the first time in many years two Unuthern Irunt iliQeivnl SIa- lu81111Ji w iiiiitiilietH of the HIIIIIH llon e- fi yjtr JtviireseuJHtlve OlitytOu fAAnni HIM Hi jiri puftMUiV k1- w jj- II triqi fyitrJflllfl are jiblti INinot1ntimt1t 1 1 TH Ie mOAI irnotiifriili remedy iigiirrti trust eiiuMiMttlniient mid J- rr tmiiM the repeal nl the tariff IIIUN xvitiili shuts out Koinpelltltin Ult the mat itntle litey use thus t J IlarbitraryFilersMr OfO Pi hiumld hit half in I rist in tru Ltfu Krtinl to r lieu UfO1 oat r HIMII iiui des tluiu rr MII iu ticKuuc UItfOl to tho 11 itiiK NVeiiiiiiK trIJO the days QJi iiue uiu 01 vlttI Muuv wiUton- tniI u d Nnii Tlu Coancr bows il1 ability ot t iV younger eaitora in twit nnf I till ii tujor MBitinuwjra i ii is a i 1104 to Ilir iU H l fuel Inii r sU Alujor- 1N1KHKST has I iieeu lust in the wur in iht Pll1lJlriil ll WHN utter itucli u it 1viiratidhiit + nuw iiiltiocruiru men u nerrtll alFnir nlu i used to yc tin in Oobn tiu vi fit tIi SpHiiiurdn und the Cu s IUHK Aiuiiiiiiildo tied thu nun ir utd thur JH Kiiniotliing pathet Will ltNI Illllltgltt III his llHVtllg- ii t I dui wite nnil child at the twine iiii ticI limes IMH uauce The war it eiidi dI hut the tenrn wl iih it DIM eaiifid liaxe hoi uuaced to lmv inn limbs IIbis Miutitty fur all its fXt ntlitiinM ol blond suit of trcaburt uot nndeiutiMl 1tIieB lull of the iliilippliui IslantlH yet k Itticklcnrt arnica Salve worldwldo fame for nmrvollons It KtirpatsSiH buy other salve lo J JIJU8cintiniiit or huitii for Cuts Corns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tot Uheuni Ievo1 Sores Chapped liuwia Skin Lruptious i iufulliblu fur Piles Cure gwmmteetl Only SOc at ull drug Moron oTIlE CODXTJIV BRIDE ALL 11KJI1T Pooplu often laugh at the country boy and his brido but thoy deserve u good deal ot credit They dont no through a lot of formalities about their engage aunt or notify people to begin saving for wedding prcxouu Thoy take u no tiou that they want to get married ut a certain time and gutting the bridos sister and her husband and their chil tlioyhitchdt docs not make any difference wheth er it is tt oclock in tho morning high theydothe County Clerks office securo the 11 ceuso and are married She has ona I baby blue dress with trimmings to match and ho is proud of her us he marches through the streets unit holds 1t her hand No one hiu to put up for i hacks and no one is stuck for wedding presents No foolishness i no boys as ushers no ribbons no singing of 10 Promise Mo Thoy raise a family be come wealthy and movo to town and rest in their old age People should take off their old huts to tho country 11 boy uud his bride If t t Senator Watson Offered a 7000 tfBribe Louisville k Nashvilles Charter to bo Declared Void Special to Fnltou Leader A dispatch from Frankfort lilt oil Jan Slh naye Certain pron inert Uemoorats tire paid to lux drawing up a bill Io annul Iht charter uf the L N Kailrou 1 beiiiuse of its extortion bribery mind polilimil roil enness Tim lleg islature In its present frame o f mind will be glad to pass auoh nI bill A sensational story Is itflon to the effect that a certain lobby tat nlti mptod to make overturea to Senator Watson in the hopes of getting him to vote ngains Dftnooratiu measures and candl iI dates It is sold times stood ready to give him 67000- Wnteon of course refused the bribe and it Iin now reported thai he will expose what he knows of this second attempt to bribe mem hers of the General Assembly JoHN U MoLKAN who was de tented for Governor of Ohio maybe nominated by the Democrats for tiumyor of Oinulniuitti Johnnie has his eye on the Humiliation lor vittePresldent uud if jou donl want him as the running mate of Bryan you tend boner watch him Old People Made Young J C Sherman the veteran editor of the Voruioutvillo Mich Echb has dL covered tho remarkable secret of keep ing old people young For years ho has avoided Nervousness Sleoplesinejw In digestion Heart trouble Constipation and llhcuuiatisin by using Electric Bit tors suit ho writes It cant be prais ed too highly It gently stimulates the kidneys tong the stomach aids diges IIIhIsi mo Its n marvelous remedy for old peoples complaints Only Wet ut all drug =stores aaetn i At tho family home in Hickman Dee 27th of pneumonia Mrs Henrietta Mooney wife of Mr Thos ri Moaner She IMVM hnabnud amid 5 children to liar death Mrs Moouey woa nown to but few in Hickman her tam fly only hnring raouuily moved here bet those who did know her in this life held attar in the teudwwl love fur her niHuy virtues and noble character She w guile ou into that shorvlew bouualNM ity rhithurwu are uu i suing with nnemug footsteps us tht yours oemv suit go Teen is a rustle I tiuiong lilt lauwami anti a suuud like u i Rub us Uw rtpa fruit falls upon the sod the true i time sun tnUff niiu he IIHUOHH full suit the wind whwt- leW iWO IC tilt HlliIU tCUltki MlMri iUV- ptntMUg ou Oh lied 1 cwtiitort tilt mm litttrte 01 flies wry irnvelituiiutoi pilgrims wno are boroavetl Hy tin ptnalwoe ot Thy Holy Spirit forbid that hey ritioukl sorrow iw tuode who have no hope = o OECB7UAUU- flNth is AlvrvyA wd but especially 110I wheal it tikes from a devoted husband the one uioi precious tlm very lIuu1j tIdi Ads H JMier the uoloved wife ot Mr i txmu tautunr wilt Wits culled to her home Jua 1 ItfuO tide was Lawn July 7 1 2 niMr Jdcloer Itj Tkrrv nupio rOAn ot vMtitMi ate had punswt uua i with tight heuru ilwy looked funvuni to a mil oriKtiur tuturo i plutw huts berg IUH U lot tlm tiiw year but 1JoleIit iuwuutt the bttlor Nl wile Was on with ouiiguDtioa Iud milt thut loving hmrw t iuler luinila and HKiUf o11tlllIInltv bu hare u 1ho remnitiii Wilt lam to rest iu the Allcock nruroyHnt ul Melbur Ky Till fnuirnl servus arerI ooimwtNt uj Her nOt ut iadninli ut livr iuuthes twine uu Wt un lay lint IIIM Tlrre Is out sweet comfort iu the luiMUiiui and bureuved riuuila btiliiuu m this sad house ot leftII nUll Wilt u all uoblu Clirmtiun lilt IrIIyoust All who kuew liar loved her fur her purity of lire goutlouoss und loving kiuduoAS How sadly she WIlt be tuLu Hi iu the homo she mane HO bright nud comiiiuuity of which slaw was u uclov U iiietutMjr unit1 may the worthy exam ply Of tlllH pHHl WOlllllU SO tOUlll Ilk hearts of tunic roved cuss letc bfhinu thut they resolved to live uu she lived aud bo worthy of u crown or everlasting file and u liuino whoro sorrow newer eQuals hempTheJus ut tho dawn of lire The bcginniuK ot the your I But Uod tho iltthur kuoweth bwt i Twits ho that gave the cull He toot the gentle until to rest Ho cureth for us tilt J B BCrystal Turn Jan 0 1IKH Wct c lrivalu Stile Will sell at private sale 4 horses 1 miloh cow hoxs and household furni ture Iud other articles too numerous to mention T S WILLIAJW U mills from liictmim FOH SALK 1 will offer at private sale at my res deuce in East Hickman a Bureaus ij RockingChairand other artiqles of household und kitchen furniture Call and toe them Tjioa STEEL p l 1q I JII CnptShucRsI lodrri1it Troy Now Dau1lcr Tho following verses wore grSnjid I nt by tho gallant Captain during the ter- The Captain can fight spook or wriio with equal felicity Now 1 am iu prison Likoly loug to say Thoy keep mo closely guiinlwl No chnnco to get away The rations they are scam IItiis cold ouongh to frooza Wish I was back in Georgia Rating goober pens Hero U to tho eagleI That bully Liltlt we hall roniKJoWith i t f Well gape our months wide open And swallow down with eswe Thou drive the noxioaa taste away By eating goober pens a SMrs Leland Stanford has written to friends in Washington that she has now disposed of every vestige of tho enormous fortune bequeathed to her by tho late Senator Stanford and has recently signed deeds truiuferriug nil his real estuto to tho trus ta of Leland Stanfonl University Tho deed cover ed sixty six pages ol typo written man uscript and required 7000 iu internal revenue stamp rAn old woman whcwo husband wnst ill in bed sent for the doctor who rauio and saw tho old woman I will sons him some medicine ho said on leaving which must bo taken iu a rccninbont lK tnre After he had gone the old woman Oat down greatly puzzled A I i NJVICtiugthought I will go anti woo if old Mm Smith has got one to lend mo It Ac cordingly sho went and said to her rtcumooOIXIIIlaroin Mrs Smith who was equally as ignorant replied I haul one but toII tell tho truth I lost it I I FOR years to come box C50 H destined to play nn importniit part in Kentucky politics 9 paid for 170 lion and a cent stamp Set nailed free for 18 lion head a 2 cent stamp Three than iii juailI ol one rolled wivi bandume rul colored ftUun Suitable fur walK pa cvflplix ne kiiu or At a clilklt itI oxidized silver huce neat ttronc mi luUtantlul of dot able metal heavily tliver pia tod different patterns I For IS lion and I 2cent Color on lining frame with itroDginap Mtenlng Ladles PenKnife THE GREAT CAM PAIGN OF 1900 tbo roltito of lime Rent polltUnl pare tlIIrt now MOB Utiuol l Islet llcuMe 1 11IHOl r t the Ie- tlo M rnJorOdl h ballot M the IIfllhI l prebablyIAecldet uaxn ilconile limp elilsmi usual ail the great qutiil n are tll erase bv lore Ibe people Fads oast be iiuiii Full Drouth the mailman of II great newpa- rcr New Iis else lime llivrulurii tor et pry voter to Niibieribe for the beat wad mail rrllxbl newspaper obtahusble The semi Wrekly lUjmhlio ooirrti the whole field of iKltlc l newt While It i Demo ratio it publishes the mien a In rrgnul lo- all pelitlottl Jinrilw nlihoul prejudice In ItICIIhlo anal able newt nnlot 1 It ail jitrlor io ibni of any other paper Iit HUtoUl future are the best In U M the paper for that large olat eIClI er5 who eiuinol nllorJ or do not he at read to the daily papers Attention lIII ahu celled to she Kepuh lie SumUj Macaxlne Its half tent ib suharlpiontitles by the beat Uleui einbruO rag a variety et aiirrcnt iiibjecti 1f in uretl New feature of aberblng In wills are illuiirairtl mad upon for the hearth of time ladies the UIMU lasts Duos are haudumrly ItluitrateU The He pubHe Magazhse It eIwsy later cueing to every member of the The uhsiripiioii price of Weekly Republic itI H 00 icr year JhtrI Republic Majmln it Xl1 per ellrr1II eeure this Ilow rae beth unut be ortUrel and paid fur at she rime lime Address all rites u TUB KKIUBLIC M Loose 1la 0 All persons indobtvd to Sanders Reeves by note or otherwise aa the PA- per comes duo are respectfully to canto and settle the RAIIIP witbIII Sept 27 E E REEVES Used in of Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in lib pkgs These articles nailed FREE ini exchange for lion lichds cut from front ofi Ih LIOX COPPER pkgs Silk either Ladys or Gents 9chrgu heads t4ek paper that the ends will lcrj tnten lllkUffttaj nar lcitt sloe drawn atnund read frame with vvrti hUM I STRENGTH qtr kad unhr Ute itmaOrr otherOonco IniHlle COM itthe ladtcaiea J DressPin and IArgrt sewn rom I Bold BuckleI fromLiontampLateetll Jrrolrralnfaihlouable Silver NankinRlnic acentMade Two CoinPurse heads offinonickeled romUon2estampdsxoratpjand PRESIDENTIAL IHIIIh1ItlU tint list literary rulcchf Sunday rmllI Sunday 2ft Notice requust ltl Millions Homes Umbrella I Knickerbocker Watch Chen for I7S lion heads and a ent ump ifrearIng and an excellent tlmekrvper Solid nlckelillvrr case with ornamental trek Nickel movement eicapeociit fully amooltwatch Ladles Watch Chain double itrand of test silk cord united Bt intervals with colored beads neat and tuUtantlal For IS lion heads and 2cent tamp Large size and IAIest hAJJ Illack seal grain leather with five separate dl1Iloullnrludlnf tuck jarcketwith hold viilUng cards secure Given lion heads from Lion Colts wrappers and ump Cents Watch nailed free lion head and a- Icent tamp The celebrated Inter loll watch i item wound and item durable nickel plated vale watch accompan ied guarantee the maker reliable timekeeper I Ladies a to for 23 a 2c for 00 set eai by of Table Cover Durabledark coloredmaterial materialthat IllUII 32 Und wl1I Including fancy fringed border Malted free for 25 lion head and a 2c tamp l I of Lace Twoextraflne cambric band I with beautiful Im ported late Me t shoo Inter Uoal In the air Drrt HalflMfc hen stylish and dui ble thee chiefs given lien test hem Lion Colin 2c S8piiKM elf valu ablecelptt alto on the labor of the dining room and I for the more common i Given IS lion bead and 20nt t tamp Por lion head and urn ARIL ONLY FBW OP THO LION COPPED PROAHUMS Another Hit shortly appear this peper I Dont mlis I grandtit list premIum over willII I Vou know LION COFFEE by the wrapper I a seated age with the lions head front I absolutely pure the rackIunbroken JON COFPUB I the day leave the II I KMAJN WAGON IlAYtttAITvIIFItM Tali IItlltttA711 atC UAN WAaOI SIHlCKMAN KEINTUO Ledfrd RB ersi I a I I nnd you will never use I TS I awnseeeett ump B12E 36lurh Would Pair kerrhlefi Analrol for 18 heads ump cooking treatise kitchen remedies dUentct for ABOVO always tamp seen I nlrrly Melnli Mo over have different J run I I l handle 12 2 tamp A In It of It U In It It If la roasted It I lllutral L TO SKLL YOU IROUERIEHardware Hay Oats Bran Litnc and PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU IBring Your Job Work to This Officer COFFEI Best Coffee the Money Try LION COPPBB pureCoffac r Oold Ring I Ikonl headsawn Por 25 lIn 2 tent s pmt end vwl eo tri l4 M 0 U eedjjoo itorc 1 at1 2 Neat A flap h A I I p and a re a The I e p large pages of timer Home 4 and with We boob It yim get au as stung harp blade I a I I 5 Chen let i lion heads cut tram Uon Cal fee wripper and a A htd Iy arttotlc elute that will flIoe Inc mm 21e- bact t Id royal dark lo the little ilrl her whte Tnl- r hum site I rbns oil n4 + at I Genulno I Gold lilac I headland a ump TtMMrlatMfiMtNa bfltMv I Iutat- eaweu fi jULjLLLRzE Aynyfisscutnlrtllt PURITY AND FLAVOR e PocketBook Handkerchiefs mmehia- eI0MIIIhhedt hmdkerwwrappers Childrens Picture Book 1011enheads l lithographed ortmeot Century roomlaundrysick Boys Opener redwood WANT i Comunt for Fancy kartarUtteiut rttatutpof lroilaiMllUTCr CookBookThe Art Picture Easter 2cents- tamp IhennmU l 11- 1tarnisher a n- appropriate otraM 1IlUJtlnrhn s I RuhySettlna I Qrcctlnir iied ready for btcKar IIWIIIII PictureII stampAsulnrta of the Valley rlee HxJI lorhet Wrlsht andlunlnlr ronnr II The Dancing on littlebrownsnowwhltedresslormaplcnnnR forSIMPORTANT NOTICE When writing for premiums tend your letter In the ame envelope or package with time lion heads II more than I fl lion heads are tent you can largeIllustratedJ WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio u c