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1 t P AttorneyatLaw j J HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Oflloo uP8tulr8in0Ioombo Build Tc BIO MAN KENUCKY I Onine over Oowgill OuwgllP I III I11ne titorV Will practke iu all l ourta of too titut I v IiI J la j I 15 11 1 It I Ij E THE STEVE SlAlI Blvirj1 arttI lVMl MlHblc- uiI IiDepotj llorceI fib for hire Every accou- daUou t u Your patronage h It 0 E EAKEB I General Grocer t Powell Block Clinton Su fUtiK 111 rolltfl he 0 tick f J J 0 llutiilurui + wonfcl lieCi IIIMVI IIa1Jl fri nii + 10 0011eb ORII- I Mod Clinic Hari In IA F OLIVER Blacksmith and Underlakern- iCKMAN KENTUOKY I un repdrG In yNp Undortakorc 0 d IiII Common narpwrinil nnd SollU rn WHIIUI Coirirfi and1 Parrl widen emi I f fiiinl till in rlrl lift ici Hint HI ra n i ablrl l price fllrrniA a all IShop nrar t6f Jnll ty j Cash Book Storeti on Splendid Selection of itNEWi STATIONERY It I NOTIGNSI 6 j It Call and sec our StookEcrIllJ thing up to duty lo MARY UEUENUKS S Com j I Iw U Sr BTUsj I HttRC s or lo Win Dlenirltirlnk 1111bALJt Fancy jlroceries and1 Provisions Ul GKMAN KENTUCKY tiou ow PRBB DHLIVBUY gy p lnlNphnuPlSlim No 04 RI ofideApk No J 0 tJ W Tt LOCAL NEWSqtr = tripIWeduCldaytof Fnlton was JIKJIlIUI tbU week I11alceyour Hides Fnrs andaBiutv fi BUAW issuedaIoJnmes Lisa on uezTalloyDull yesterdayd rIsteln nndII I tko members of the Yoaug Ws Christian Temperance Union w m their rionas Friday evening bczirlreightAftwho are anywise ekepticah It led ea arey lS OhurchfllieLiMI 1 1 j JHr Walter Wilson deputy circ l clerk veffsbloto aluniaark Haleai1 uMe Jo tho locality from whence ho patioId excitement prevails in that neighi hood in consequence Jerry J Jones Dead tJerrr J Jones one of tho old oUhietu and most honorablo men in the KUtydied yesterday The Courier UlDtSi4onIJM Reid Dead lfr J M Reid after n UJcs of- Her or mpro died at his homo in ti tsarl9iIitckmauWednea cy morni Rig FurriOme tune poet his body wasj his mental power ielocIt1 of physical uffllctions pNtIIDd since tho deceasedy of the largest dealen atoflumber end saw mills 1acelWRlated rRite a tortune In Zia tier acuver cae etioRnd tItIi iti i1ndr Allliyf lfiTSll tid1 use dcir to his heart Ho leaves ii Dlanytritnds For BARGAINS in Clothing tints ShoesI cc go to 13UCI11111a- 11losing on1 CII BROKE HIS ANKLE t Carlie BBcklutma NarrowII Escape I I Charlie Beckbam and eomo others were seeking n little fun nna pleas uro Saturday night by stealing a rldott on tho endless chain conveyor at t now railroad elevator when in some J way he lost his balauco and tell fromI 1tokilled nUll the excitement amongst t yonugpeople Wits grout Upon cxami nation it was found fortunately that only his nuklo was broken and perhaps some bodily bruises There was a of some Hicktnau young people pant pStparticipating in a deuce on t Peters Leo and the unfortunate ac dent created much excitement and con sac fus thkedand dumps it into the second story of the elevator tram whence it is curried to another cudloss chain Tho chain soulolvhdangerous to scull rides and for the reason tho rno1thatroad officials forbid any one getting TownI I There in which Cltliftpoople enyePLCt r town If you wont to build up people lo come make 1 their linmea with von show them the advantages1 that the town o ers ontorprlne alway + have a good to to say of the pehplo and tin find as little fault with tho UR possible always a land word lor the town Dud penuln when you are away Irimi hump Of OIIIUHO it la not slueaPSSnryI l 11111111 P offered nor Ito mllnIIvrenent the wlliiuilon of ihingH butt ojIIlwHI IIIIIWIII UII ItBckloiiM Arnica Salve Has worldwide tome for marvellous1 pures It surpasses any other solve lo atI ointment or buns for Outs Corns StCriSntlutuilibloN forIguaranteed Only 260 at I ulljdrug stores ev I FULTON CIRCUIT COURT The Wheels ot Justice Urir InSlowly 0momolt Court convened Monday Jad go Robbins and Com Atty Moorman both present and on duty Tho grand jury was impanuelied Monday morning at the court adjourned to Tuesday GRAND JURY jjMFBtakomlreJ W Underwood J S Byrd John Vcatob R E Kolloy J T Plnmm I R L jacus AM McClnro and J W Williamson wAS L Roytcr T W Drowry Al Graves J W Mayfleld T J Reid J Eberhart E J Waves W P Feltfl M Nichols Thos R Veatch T Gordon A W Oornm J S Nolvgo r TohJlowATaltElliottlurayetto Welch for grand larceny given 3 years in tho penitentiary B Williams and John Dalton honsobreaking 1 year coloredbrd Cox robbery 2 years trdIal The Murphy will caso sot for trial no WednesdayTho jury has returned 8 indict meals and Is still in session Tho untUun deatday The State Contests This and next work will be P eltlng times at Frankfurt TinI TuedaaaI a WedneadHy and Thursday l 1 lfinocraiR introduned their los 11 Inoue and the Uepnlilioana will cupy to dRY tomorrow iii Moiiilav Tuesday and Wednesday next week the Repablluann will present their IJeallwonj andmi rIIrtkh e l oe rat willp- I ehMtlwl tatti+ l i1 close the evidence und flprorHl dnvH will be given lo artnin expecting that a decision will be reaoiidI by tho first day of FeltI roars The report of the OonleattI Ootnmltlee then goen into IhpII Lpfilnl tarP fur final tuition thtSI I ver Hud Chief of SceHUhI UontfHt 0 0111111 toes that there was no neceHHit for the presence of militia In Louisville on etellollt dos find that the election was Ibo ing conducted peaceably anil quietly I All the toHtlmnoy given was III this line and about Judge Toi etIe 81heBrown Inapeotora to the polls proII nouuoed illegal by the Court of t Appeala 110The Court of Appeals has de olded against Gov Taylors ap polnteea to fill vacancies on the ate Election Board the Court astmeans that too Court will eaeta e decision of the present Demo uratio Board should It be decided Inaugurate Goebel aa Govern as The Republicans flied objections Ooutest Ootuinitteea aaaertin K they wore partisan partial and Illegal A meeting of Gov Taylor and a largo number of fading of the State declare that they evroft l lltLegislature decides in favor ofII Goebol but that they will teaiat with force if necessary Mr Bryan in Ids great epee the Legislature refused to anyway Interfere in the election onnteats 01ToI Thp mutter or pensioning extt aves was brought up In ttbe I PIIHII on the lllb lust nnd tthe Bn11NUIP IINIIUUIIONd us UII to swindle tin negroea If South and St eat from them i3 hard curned dollar ties mil hIt No nnoli move would r J CtIt 11113 fuvonilll0 ollnl1idltllollJI the senate There tire or havt been Hgenta of the dwindle in the loll ihey Imye eolleeled a rPHI deal oc money from f rut hrwi or Im no more of your mnllnlou Btiub hope I BLOOD FLOWS IN FRANK ndFOISTTlirtie lien Dead and Aw OleIrCongressman telsoR awd ExGererner Bradlej8 Nephew tile AH tsIi f A bloody tragedy occurred at in the Capital Hotel killedHdierwhilst 2 others were aerioagly The dlfflealty was be i sellbeFtSradley uptw hen in tbe array and politloa bad 7Dnttllng to do with it both the principals and all we believe be hadwasdlsInmissed from the service bat Scott I eing plucky and baying influen flak banking was reinstated The regiment was mastered oat and nttand Oolson met IB a restau rant in Alabama and then Scott shot anti wounded Oolson Cal son never appeared against him aril tbe matter dropped Iliesj parties were in Frankfort to attend tbe State contest trial and wasxrenewed Scott was killed re j ceiving six shots one in the tern thelLlItberIj Demuree assistant poet leseter ataa InIIthe heart and Instantly killed He was an innocent bystander Ohaa Julian another bystaader afafl shot wall killed lap Geri J a aawaMI iltl8t 94IIII she and eXpefJfe a die Ool Colsoix was shot twice In the tarm henry Owing of Loaisvllle woe shot in ton foot and W O Ridpaib of Chicago austained a broken leg Col Colaon Barren derud himself to tbe offloers of e law and ola ma lo have eotad Galdonrotts friend gives deposition 111arging thai Oolaon was the ag grensur afflrand all well connected UUARDI1N FOR TilE PHILIPPINES Mr Bryan has given out anotb intf rvlew explaining his expan 011 policy This time bo talked Kansas City and said I want this nation to give them the Fill pinos independence and than pro nationsThyble of governing tbemaelves and should be allowed to govern them selves but are not competent to sist us In the government of the SlatesinPhilip pines ore annexed the iinhabitants must bo citizens or subjects and themorcitizens and is positively car tutu a republic cannot bave sob jecta AGAINST TAYLOR foUbenuban JostloeEIllzelrlflan grunted and sot snide by Cir Aplolll1te swearing in W H Juokoy and A OovTlorCommissionersi1OlptEIIII1I ap pointees from noting as aa eaa4- cers The court holds that tbe onIap pointments do not apply to va appointIv publican Judges diusent from the majority of the court Judge Do dissentingeBurimm and Guffy NOIICE All persons indebted to me by note sameltB T lyler for collection 11la it H th AxAtBROr k y I t 1 c The Hickman Courier GEORGE WAIWBX Publisher mcEMe r KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS The present population of Ham burg Is 730000 Great Britain cats her entire wlia t crop In about 13 weeks Paris has nearly 103 more periodicals than it had n year ago The nominal price of wild land inI Cape Colony Is 25 cents an acre Of the inhabitants of Paris 147500 lire by the labor of their hands In Austria coarse cloth of good qual- Ityt and cheap paper is made from peatt vafiberThe present crop of peanuts while not of excellent quality Is abnormally large The leasing of water flowed lands for oyster beds in Rhode Island Ioills 20000 annually The punt bags in Sweden many ofr them eight to ten yards deep cover an area of about 8645000 acres Geneva Switzerland the old watch making town is now leading in the i manufacture of ingenious toys The New York grape belt contain sI 20COO acres and the average yield f I 7000 cars 3000 baskets to a ear Walter girls in Munich restaurant I work 14 to 10 hours a daywithout a single holiday ull the year round The Yellowstone park was visited last summer by about 15000 tourists or 3000 more than in any preceding yearIt is asserted by authorities that Chicago has more rats in proportion- t itt eiw than any other city on earthOnly by an expenditure of 400000 In combating grasshoppers was it pos sible last year to save the crops in Algiers Blue eyetl people are rarely color Wind The grayeyed are usually the best distinguishing slight variation 1 1 tints Berlin is to have a network of un derground railways It is expected that two years will suffice for com pleting It- Inlsmuch as Adm Sohley will retire C on recount of age in February 1001 his cruise can not extend over a period 7 of 15 months The highest masts of sailing vessels 1arefrom 160 to ISO feet high and spread from 00000 to 100000 square feet of canvas- Gorgonzola cheese is Italian and it made from goats milk It comet from near Milan and needs to ripen two or three years + +ss sM liffcYnKEnglsh paper line been offering tprizes for the best guess as to the date on which the British flag will bt hoisted in Pretoria Khartum may now be reached from Cairo by boat and rail and a hotel with room for GO guests has just been completed at Khartum The phosphate output of the state i of Florldu last year amounted to 45 i1 eDOO tons and of that total 800000 tons liwnspurchased by Germany IAJersey tc has successfully sued the 7 ew Jersey Central and recovered 23 for blocking the street and keeping hlnv2 minutes in a poring rain The hlgEesir rankjijppfiicer of the United States navy tobe Trtiwa from active service during 1000 because 01 1 1theage limit will be Capt W C Gib Ion Usually from one to four rear admirals are retired annually Bolivia is the most mountainou- country in the world ana that portio- ci I the great chain known as the Cor dillera Le Paz is a colonnade of purl white summits extending more than ISO miles almost ina direct line It is observed by travelers in Siberia that the effect of constant cold iis practically the same as the effect of constant heat The people develop a disinclination to work and e- strangers to ambition of any descri tion Doctors say that the high collars s much worn by both men and women nre productive of dire physical re silts The head is thus thrown for ward to relieve the back of the neck and this narrows the chest and de creases the lung capacity That venerable part of the Tower of Lomlon known as the Bloody Tow er is undergoing considerable repairs The upper part of it which faces the Traitors Gate has been refaced fin parts painted and colored to resemble age The building is to be rentored Ill around The Russian cruiser Brodino now t under construction in the ship yard of the new admiralty in St PetersI I burg is of interesting type The length is 30C feet its width 75 and onehalf feet tonnage 13600 metric tons 2204 pounds each The en J have 16000 horse powerIt Itglues ladles go to buy a dress Jin Japan they tell the shopkeeper the age and if they are married or no because there are special designs fo the single and double relations of fife I agesIBenares while re Lord Curzon pre rented him for Lady Curzon with 4auperb coronet of pearls worth a fabIt i v ous sum r A cause of serious damage to trees MJB city streets complained of by the + city forester of Springfield Mass IIt the drying out of the roots of the trees by the steam pipes in the streets The number of soldiers slain in bat tIe depends n great deal on the colo- oaf their uniform The more flash y and conspicuous the helmet and jack IIIetthe better the target and con eaucotbr the greater the mortality NICARAGUAN CANAL The Ilouse Committee on interstate and Korelun Commerce Order Favorable Report on Dill Washington Jan 13The house committee on naval affairs Friday decided to favorably report the bill au thorizing the secretary of the navy to changa the material of the icw dry docks at League Island Pa and Mare Island Cal from timber to stone at a total additional cost of the two dry docks of 700000 The house committee on interstate aril foreign commerce Friday ordered a favorable report upon the Hep burn bill for the construction of the Nicaragua canal The bill is prac tically the same as reported by this committee in the last congress There was some discussion about the advis ability of delaying action on the bill until tho Isthmian canal commission reported but this was finally regard ed as unnecessary and all the mom bers except Mr Fletcher of Minne sofa voted to report the bill favorably The latter said his silence should not be construed as opposition to the measure but merely as a res ervation of his right to support or oppose it after further consideration The committee made some changes in the original bill inserting a new section 3 and making verbal altera tlions As finally agreed to the bili is as follows To provide for the construction of a canal connecting the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans Be it enacted etc That the president of the United States be and is hereby authorized to acquire from the states of Costa lica and Nicaragua for and in behalf of the United States control of such portion of territory now belonging to Costa Rica and Nicaragua as maybe desirable and necessary on which to excavate construct and defend a canal of such depth and compaolty 01 will be sufficient for the movements of ships of the greatest tonnage and draft now in use from a point near jreytown on the Carribean sea via Lake Nicaragua to Breto on the Pa cific ocean and such sums as may be necessary to secure such control are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriatedSection That when the president has secured control over the territory in Section 1 referred to he shall direct the secretary of war to excavate and construct a canal waterway from a point on the shore of the Carribean sea near Greytown byway of Lake Nicaragua to a point near Breto on the Pacific ocean Such canal shall be of sufficient capacity and depth as that it may be used by vessels of the largest tonnage and greatest depth now in use and shall be supplied With all nocnjsflry looks and other ap pliances to meet the necessities of vessels passing from Greytown to Breto and the secretary of war shall also construct such safe and commodious harbors at the termini of said canal and such fortifications for de fense as will be required for safety and protection of said canal and har bors Section 3That the president shall cause such surveys as may be neces sary for said canal anti harbors and in the constructing of the same Section fThnt In the excavation and construction of the said canal the San Juan river and Lake Nica ragua or such parts of each as maybe made available shall be used action 5TJl in any negotia tionTwIrhUjft states of Costa Rica or Nicaragua tliepFaBrtJ nt may have the president is authorized to saidstermsnas may be agreed upon for all vessels owned by said states or by citizens thereofSection 6TJlat the use of 140 000000 or so much thereof as may be necessary is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated for the corn pletion of the work herein authorized thpe treasury from time to time as the- o sumo shall be neededupon warrants of the president based on estimates made and verified by the chief en gineer in charge of the work and up proved by the secretary of war AT COLORADO SPRINGS A fire Threatened the Ilailnen Portion Three Home Tlurned LOll About 180OOO Colorado Springs Col Jan 13 The entire business portion of the city was threatened by a fire which broke out early Friday in the May clothing store Aided by a high wind the flames spread rapVlly but were controlled after three buildings were destroyed The total loss is estimat ed at 150000 The heaviest losers ar the May Clothing Co the Nichol Grocery Co and the Waite Shore Co Counterfeiters Arrested Newport News Va Jan 13S W citytrge ring counterfeit quarters and nickels Smith confessed The arrest was made by a secret service agent Automobile Vehicle in Nelr York orB ganized company will put nto public service in the streets of this city next week 200 automobile carriages and 1 automobile omnibus The clurgfl for cabs will be 25 cents a mile and 3can4s an hour Dynuinlteil fin Charivari lieuycharivari the serenade1ruIiIgI UyiiiT mite The explosion broke cvery rvln dow la the couples house 01 MORA IS REMOVED 4I Gen Wood line Changed theEU 1 at the Cuban Supreme Couri Hccentlr Elahll bcd 4 Havana Jan 13Jetlerloo IJaIfiscal of the supreme court is removed from oflicc for the goqitho public service This removal is the result tall j investigation into the conditions ex isting in the administration of Jus lice under his supervision The foregoing oulclnl order last handed to Senor Mora by Oar tell Wood Senor Morns fall lies been predicted ever since the first cago WIII brought against the custom hougo offi dais and the disgraceful wmfttfon i of thu prisons especially BO lUT attnu those awaiting trial has teen gonpr ally elinrged against him lraoirti- me it pas been said that Morn del been devoting too much nUe tosocial affairs and too little tcluties j I1VDtJmtonlyI Morn but others in the itSgan meat of justice have been I st ontly trying to block the til re against custom ofllcials whomII lector fills is anxious to prove tutU of wholesale bribery and corruption v livery possible influence has beta exerted to protect the incriminate men from receiving the punishment which is their due but the public has scarcely been willing to belle that high ofllcials of the rank of MOM have been implicated Morns letttr to the Supreme court regarding the custom house fraud cases under trial which has already been cabled was only the last straw Ills dismissal had been decided upon some days before I DISASTER AT SEA Probably Slaty Live Were Lot by I the Wrecking of a Steamer OR the Xetvfonndland Coat St Johns N F Jan l3The 101tI t j lowing comprises all the dth4lre garding the wrecking In St iMarjriSI bay that can be obtained The ship is a two muted steamer of nearly 3000 tons and probably oar Tied a crew of 60 with possibly some passengers She went ashore before daybreak on Thursday striking s ledge at the foot of the cliff where ftI cape was hopeless The crew launch ed the bouts but probably during tin panic some were crashed against let sides others being swamped and til the occupants apparently perishing Thb ship was seen to be on fire by residents six miles away Attract to the scene they found the afterh for the wreck blazing fiercely antbe forepart under water The vcuol went down There Is not tilt Wff est prospect that any soul on brtl i escaped death as the intense pld winter cold would kill any who es taped drowning A trunk filled with womans doth ing has been washed ashore tnr at well as a garment which is ether a waterproof cape such as a woman or a mans overcoat tfuby was found some underwear evident ly a mans marked with the initials J J This seems to Indicate that the ship had passengers BUTTONS PROHIBITED HeenlotloiiB of the Army IrrUlnluK to the Wearing of Iladge and Other Decoration Washington Jan ISThe secretary of war has amended the regulations ofIt nrriV rrtTlrrtft the rarI- ng of badges and trtinilnl ill erfa nnII so as to permit officers and enbttcd men who in their own right or by right of inheritance are members of military societies of men who served in the armies and narks of the United States in the war of the revolution the war of 1812 the Uexir can war and the war of the relwlMqri or are members of the regular army and navy union to wear on nit occa sions of ceremony the distinctive badges of such societies- It is also provided that medals of honor and the several distinctive marks given for excellence in rifle practice as well as army corps badges may be worn on occasions of ere mony The wearing of insignia buttons however is prohibited Good Rrnlt of Arbitration Washington Jan 13Tlle InduS- trial commission hoard Joseph Bishop secretary oi the Ohio state board of arbitration lie gave the commiMton the results of arbitration in Ohio and the recommendations he had made to the Ohio legislature lie said that whenever employers recognized rom mittee representing labor a settle ment without a strike was the re sulte Thief Quickly Captured Hartford City Ind Jan 13At- hlcl giving his name as Ed Karris and his residence as Cincinnati was captured in the Panhandle freight office just after having robbed tho safe The stolen money was fund on his person He was bound over to the Circuit court Ilocldence Iloblied New York Jan 13 Diamonds and other valuable jewelry to the value of about 5000 was stolen from the homo 09of Mrs Joseph Wood in Hast Thirfva third street It is thought the thieve Mitcrcd the house when the occupants were at dinner CtinftMiicd Thief Sentenced New York tau 13LowI E Colin smithI cashier of the Port Jorvis lr StuthecgzfteuGtda 6ing Sing tp IMASKED AND ARMED IA tone Highwayman Cleaned Oo Two HcktiinrantB In Kniixn City In True Western Style ICansns City Jan 5In true western fashion a one robber masked and armed clcnucd out two restaur ants In the center of tho city at C oclock StiMilny morning under the iflare of an electric light In Iiowia restaurant at 1110 Walnut street he pointed n pistol at Stanley Brushwood the cashier and tapped the register while ho kept his revolver in plain view of two cnatomers eating nearby The contents of tho register had Leon traBBforrod to the safe but a few minutes previous and the robber lel- uri1t1 only a hniwlful of change Ho thou gars the waiter and the two coatomora a parting word at streetpI to the restaurant of Itouurt McClln Ittook Hero the robber covered Cash commandedjlaud up their hands Thy complied promptly and the rwbbor emptied the register in a twinkling Ho pocketed the entire contents 140 and bucking out of the door encountered a grocery solicitor Ho poked his revolver late the solicitors face with the command not to make an alarm and forced him into the restaurant where nil the others still stood with arms upstretched At this instant the robber darted down a nearby alley and dlsappoarcd Hardly more than five minutes wort consumed at both jobs and the robber had plenty of time to get awn before the scared victims had recov ered composure SURVEYING A ROUTE A Cable Across too ache Connect 1I0aoluluIWashington Jan14rOtt3clal rej Porte received by Kr Adm Bradford equipmentIcommander of the Nero announce the feasibility of a CAble route acreie the Pacific connecting San Francisco Honolulu Midway islands Guam Lu ton and Yokohama The Nero surveyed between Guard and Luzon and then ran back to Guam pursuing n xig zag course it order to sound along the route so listed with a view to obtaining the brut possible location of the cable Then she ran a straight course to Yo kntiamn She returned zlg zagging to Guam and will zlg zag narons the line to the Midway islands and to Honolulu when her work will be completed Tho Nero Las found a depth of leaf than Loop fathoms between Yoke Hum and Gnnm and Ion and- ant Three thouennil fathoms it te cxtren depth the nRUtoritlet were willing to lay the Goblet Mlle ruble between low t1lIn and Donirala bejr which Is the Lwton terminus of the cable line will bfo 4 SIJ knots long Only two offsets tram the projell grent circle route between the Midway islands and Giam wore found neceeeary to avoid obstacles to sncceeeful laying sad operation of the cable The first WM a submarine mountain a short distance wt of the Midway Islands and the second an abyss more than- forty nlne hundred fathoms deep found about five hundred miles east of Guam ASPHYXIATED BY COAL GAS Two Men Dead and Another lay Die aa the Krunlt iif Two Accidents In New York City New York Jan 1Two young- NsaIr1hn Woesner ind George Ioh man German fcirmetsi from Acklry In on their wtjy back to their former homes in Germany for a vlait Hit up at the True lllue a Second avenue hotel One of them blew out the gas and Woessnera dead body was found In the bed with Lehman in an un conscious condition lying beside It Lohmun was taken to a hospital where it was wild he line a very small chance of recovering In Wocssncrs pockets wero found several hundred dollarsDaniel l Fcarral the Brooklyn man ngcr of a wellknown hat concern was asphyxiated by gas in n hotel on Dey street whore he was in tho habit of stopping The gas escaped from a gas stove Fenr nl died soon after he was taken unconscious from the room Cool Shortage Causes a Shutdown Philadelphia J5n 15Inability tr lecure bituminous coal in aufllcion ijimntitlcH is necessitating the abutting down of some of the manufacturing concerns in the Sohuylklll val Icy At Uirdsboro the plant of the I K G B Brooke Iron Co has been that down for several days but it 1 ia expected that in a few days sortJclcnt onl nrlll be on hand to unable some jf the ingitrtments if not the entire plant to resume The heading Iron To Is practically without coal and un less it can be secured a temporary shut down must follow From othe points throughout the valley come re ports of coal shortage for manufactur- Ing plants Icniittlnnnl Development Expected Sioux City In Jan 15The re mama oi ir Gustavo Mahe whose body two wives claimed were buried by wife No2 Although wife No1 who is in San Francisco demanded lie remains the local official decided to issue n burial1 permit to wife No 5 and she had charge of the ceremonies Death of Manila Qarltinldl Rome Jan 14Atthspatch from norlIghera on the Jilvora Saturday announced the death of Munllo Gar Ibaldl a son of the llute Gun Carl boldl I 1 FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS First 9eilon Washington Jan ItSonl1teTho ten ttnttedjtatesproblem was then discussed on the Prlteh nrd revolution Introduced to prevent ia- repetltlon of tile UAYttlT1hlen rontro Vera Among bills introduced were granting jravel pay aM commutation ration to 3lantesr mohIirs who served In the- lhlltp1qes and were transported to the Unit d Slates before being mustered out ereilljya1UK1Sfar gradhigherprovided thy M retired for disability tc establish postal satin ta department In rroftring the duty on Import brouGht In to the tram contliruoul countries In oterthan American chips llpitce TIM houM ordered two invMtl ration Owe was that BH Inquiry should tie maul Ite the appNatment by the prONde of Ioelmmter John e elraham- of Provo City tlsh tim Potmastr Or ton Iadth of Logan tah who are UD- der Imtletment as r lysmU The other1 It a atieral lavestlaslloe into the con NtSttlIc1ahol riotsolftC4lr subsequent theretn mini were lcrohK q gill ogtitead en who erred In the 8a nlH war credit for the time of their Mrvtae to rjontnn lie the revenue cutter Mrrlet Trl bill provide for the rank twp und retirement of a wifWhIele NnoH aud Is Similar mpttheuntil Wednesday leSenatNeqarlyIMv upsnatoriwNel tM rtryt of UM Phlllpplne governmentIsIinuo Not la session lisleIptrod4ree4 te the d porfnnt of Milt a to the selxureK Amer tn tJr tjr tiih iiibutmttnory of tho tate t Iion Peeeldat Ho bartlionsJIMeoIlaa eou UvtlMe ef minor Importance occupied the attention of the hone until 1 ocfocx after which an hrwas devoted to eulogist upon tha life and public eerviees or the tul Iteprasnlative preens of Nbraaka then the hoes ad uraceluntil Friday WanhinRton Jan 1ISnThe IhllIpIrfHo pulley was discussed by several leaaterL Ntr IVttljrrew Mtterly attack- Ing the adHMnUtrHiioM The Mrreacy Mil vvnr farther emtaMlerMl TWO W were SII1rsUJMtnthe Ittdtaaapali public tMttklhllf ta Ife COCOX A Uour e4 te Monday lioue Not In mutes- Washington Jan tt Senate Net In sessionIIcMrCatehiags Misc was worn- iI M a oiMMtMr He baa bees detalaKd at home Mjae eottgrvn eeeveiirA The speaker MM before Ute hovee lite raMlion of JoIn WUpr HNIlh governor of- 5farylaad Mr Sulzer l N Y thee pre rented for Immedtate eoneMenitMK M roe elation forty t Po4Bol ef a spinalt committee of nine meMlter to Inrwetl gals the reUtton of the t IUttreasury wtlll certain Nw York nstdol banks acd the tmnMtettons relatl to tpe Mk of the New York rwitom hoseObjeetloii were made aa l M went ever- The boa e a4o rne4 anti MoMlay- WachlMcten Jaa tSSate 8 nainr McfuHMk intmdured a Joint rlvticnextending the thank of congress to Moor- Adel Jetapwn aaad elate it WU l hrnot In naval drain tMItt TIHt rrttlarew rraolutlon relattog it the be ctnnintt of the lMtBp4iM tawwrrecttoa wu taken up and diseased llolutl ma were aAnrt4 cnlllnv on the itT tary af the navy to aend to Ute tennte tne pusher of vel in route of rooxntctl n the nnwbr uf area require to Yea thetn matth4veawl ItfJ=r 1f ia t4opt the urlfkJx Mretier A reimlutloa wa erretarr sf tierelath in the acreenMnl bwent- he tnlted Stabem and One Rritatn which prevented the inlted Slat tram building analnp or alntlnlnc ales than one war veset Hfon the Ofttdihr Tat of was devoted to District of CO IrWEDDING GUESTS POISONED Nearly n llnntlred Irnple Madr SIcU by Inrlaklnv uf n Wedding Yeast In Chicago Chtrttys an lthoarly a hundred gutttta who sevwblod at IM Canal street to witness tho wedding of Mor ris 1olVack situ Annlo S han wore polaoHPd during the dlnnrr which fol lowed the welding e r iHonr In lees titan half an hour after dloacr nearly every one in the hail was In a helpi leas condition Whist article of fowl contained the poison no one liar ret been able to learn but the mot pop ular belief ia that It wns the clilrktn which had been prepared In a copper kettle So far no death have been report- edI but many are seriously III Includ ing the rbldv and groin Assaultedon the stuck Ilxchanitt London Jan 18A disgraceful scone occurred on the stock exchange When Maurice HiTfehlcr of the big stock broking firm of Kahn ilea frlder doing eonnldurnblo New York bUHiiiiHK appeared on the exchange he was mobbed knocked down and kicked broauBO NH alleguil he hud rt fused to keep open the place offl clerk employed by him who hud voj ttnlwred for service In South Afrlfa Mr Ilerfelder urea so iwvil that he fainted and eOrtillcovered he was pin nally ho wna rvwuod from Ida assail ants trtro Trnnsporlrtrrive- Snn Vrandfico JanItltwo United States transports the Olympia and the lenn ylvanl arrived from Ma nila the former 31 dnyspn the Jour nexune the ltIV 8ultoth vessels brought n number of passengers On l onrd the Olymplni wns Col C IX Vlele of the 4th Cavalry who is to be made brigndlur general Col Vielo countryrowing to ill hiiiltli A number of men from United States warship ore turned on the Olympla Innania Canal Scheme favored ondon July 1lhe Times corn menting editorially upon bility of tile United States budding tho Panama canal says Since the Venezuela boundary disputa hUll been settled and Anglo American friend bhlp lies been scaled the Panama scheme IH moro likely to bo carried out thnn the plan for a Nicaragua ca sal Kngland would certainly not bo fQuJOllS C of America if the latter corn pletc the Panama canal being satin fied that the United States would treat British ehipping In a liberal spirit i se iI M II Proofof the Pudding Is in the Eating It Is not WhAt Wt sly but tubt Hoods StrstpArilU does that tells the story Thousands ofpeople give the proof by telling of remtktble cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla Scrofula Suit Rheum Culnh Rheumatism and All ofII blood diseases and debility GAVE U1M A TONIC The Over Zrhlou llellliny Gets n Suitable llewurd fur 11111 Cheek A cveiiknown drug drummer lie far r lag Mi tlgular lobckY vjeit te Sew Ofieanf teik MondayI eK Ier aMt tie itIrct Howe aa4 la e kurry oi his tlelfucu9 left a load a n I tiled umbrella haDltag on a Iaeek t tlw lobby of the hotel Jt wgt s wftdu 1 but probably every klitolnaaiass woo saw it supposed the owner wu tested ant at hand At say rate it ramainejl uadwtwrbHl and was still there yerterfiyvban the drwa mr returned fly the way lie rs sarCd titer ke exhaapd Gtip with the clerk 1ve rasagd somehow 1o we tar new hoahsdled emibrela lla aty Yo- uera Hirli a U IIIIC pros M ef A kwlUocI JMJlbOJ I ind gartngroaad saw the iPheajltl cis bastng wiUda a toot of hie JlM Ifltthis the saer he iMwral Vtaf u eked the traveler dtIIItdUcI I- sax rift aurpt uednobody hsN nipped NI Aw tbey tCNldflt do that tllUhor ru bUR holdta so drugbun ever since y bung it up The rner clopped with hisi Ihead UU his pocket and a wbtlgsbesl J IJlllIe his eounlenanee V ell he waJiI was intending U give you hbut it you we been hawing that for three eaM lrve days ywtre were In nrtd of II tenie hero isi a ea nuts sf aHlMne The dewx ti uponthe hell Iptsh mlRbitirn L wn- I withU u OI Times roost Year Vats I realness A Louisville woman who spent the rim mer at a far mountain hI rt In virt girls declares tt like other lMta of the kiwi It h4i iu nil Hennlr lids one was a young toutbtrn cki She was sadthere I eke was u atavy an band at a lug psrtieulelint d all the other hoarder f walked N It ttoter of eiAIr M- wonNtn Uodt 01aWpa to ein this Htcial mrtarry One dar aW ebalUd with the feaasleplratatr Th oa I 4 the t y DW yes know asysfft- a rsPlled the rirtwwalWlCgrandly I 1itat I iIH nslwd tovolag so the train onA with Wllame IsisAa UMM tke frwa tfcne MMith cased reverenUr at the it aa i 1 11a ewtainmT 011Ttnn- llenfnen re a Cnnniil lie Cared iltill W rartso eoai Mnutg I of C N ton t this lube geta inflawMU yon have a ottnd or imperfect beanitg and when a entirely cluMtl drdner + M the rewH antil sales the inAajnnMtMM tan be t4Wn sat sad tin tube rotund to its aeri INI dition bearing will be ronrIi i ntae awe of W sea arc ca arwhtch ii nothtlrg but an Iinliseod oostdlUon lUteiG suds One IIred bollardtn ece4 tarfk Utlt cannot lie airedl by HaM Cklattl Clareitend fora TeaFJ k Co TeIQ ikUallthe belIi thisdttA ti- II i Busy WomanIs HII great oorrmsftontlmnom Ijj under her own vlsfon SUJfIfWjj Every women on tills I continent should under stand that she can writ freely to Mrs Pinkham about her physical non tHtloii because Mrs Pink ham is A womanand because Mrs Pink ham never violates con fhfenoe and because she knows more about the Ills of woman than any other person In this country Lydia Ee Pinkham9Vegetable Compound has cured a million sick wo neighborhood family contains women relieved of pain by this C madicineeARTERSiNK Just as cheap 01 poor Ink VIRIINIA FARMS for SALEGood land good ptlehbborf irbonli end churchu ronnnlf t Ulld rflItBc t Cough Syrop TMWaOood DM IB alma Hold br Ornultu fta isN L 1 4 raZ j v A 9h + + V fjfL1 It t I I j WI GLOOMYY OUTLOOK i Close Line of Investment Drawn Around Ladysmlth by Boers Fkls Jive n Huperlor force to Oppose the Approach of lien Rut lern Ilellef Kxpeaillon Lnlest From Irunt London Jan 100un Ilullors lot est outhantta word as to what he and blt 8QOOO mon are doing was wire front Springfield after Ills tint for ward stop Striving to think out the unknown London is confused by MUr mlie and rumor and dhtqulotnl1 by HUH peso Sponsor Wilkinson the lucid military expert of the Morning Postt oceans that the floor force in north era Fatal lIs larger than Hen Iwller and Sir Oeor o Whites together so that the hours are able to tunic n k I force ttremul ioidysmlth larger than Lhat vlthlM thu town and yet to op foroeupsrtottoo ItapflfU trots Ute Iloor CSMIJMI afurn thus flits drde of ln ont jeBt hog beoi dram okwer by the oerupatiou or mm Milt Hearer the town thus lib uppoecfloei lltt yjeMMHry red rapers aro dfs tttrbafl VlJ he feet that they are Able to grR eiibo aid tHttaohRlt eOltII14 nltli eat efMpwnl of 1000 applicant 1 In Ue invtrajHtUteii dlatrlol All the appU Mte fall port of the re 1 1oLDt ntw One thousand would bo d as a rery atttall Number oven won all a cpted 1Ito trounces are timing better nl UlMgk to raise 1MOO apiwwrs far treat the retry mattar it did n fortnight ago AiiKinir the minor TNtrplftxIUwi of tIll w I 4P Is a stnfco smear the nlil tart taUom which WHBOS delay In Ul forming tile roandtC 1u tiit re ilttg Ii iift of nenvn IsI that 30 11 ra e eorUuy n party of rwop w IUt sutyeiMfully garnenul al11 the auto within two mllua of the e4i nii inimp at IHrds rlwr the 1M ikh loree bHHf too wvtk to later frrInin taM ILThe Sumdnn ffhen irutnlwence tothe followiup ilia 1111 Itteti Saturday Jammry IS frtin fluttwin t nun who boa just rrtwl here marls 6irinffBel says that n llrlttoi ootwwi jHtKeedlHg U the n tkrl of UdjWHlth lise erMiod the Little Tu guts 1tMiNe bill It WM faring thu floor pwdtloii on tho Wg Twgela and i a Uwtt VMH shoHIng the nor trellelned UwlyA nhw that S70 wagons IndMi J with MnuHlMlrlat store far 1sdy ldUI had loll Front sad It was me O UjrtOBfttol the vahNNH w aW join i stunill- II dotac vtdllent werk In hauling htteavy MII OHS wt of holes sad swamp This thy aeeaenpllnh with tho great oct easeltrltMptattola have dlscovorod pnr taw of Ilo rft In tho dlruvtlon of Hn norMtat between Prero owl Uit OBMrt IrfindoH Jaw 1Tko oorrtspond enl of the Ifly Telegraph at Pleter innrUslmrg tolagraphlng Thureiiay 1 JAIl Mirjr 1L myt The gnlluntry ot time I djrsmlth garrlenn list Sntunlay appware to havo deprvMod If not no tuatlyI dtutiomllMMl the hoers gonornl ly1 It IIs ihy l0veti Uiat they lout at llaoit two If not throe killed as against our sue- ydsny hours are believedI to bo ii trokktaff northward The malstrnto at Xqatu Xultilnml telegraphs that seottUi report having seen ninny Hoer btmlHwi with wagons procoedlng nortli tin Xiilulnnd while n lliuropean who formerly raided nt Dtindoo dos olarm that niter thin repulse at Lady j milk B nanilter of Hoer women load I ad with deed ami woandod pawsrd throMgk UnIt mining township nnd thnt the Hoors buniwl some of theI puhllo buildings as they dep irted live days have pAsMod since thou hoer HwdquNrtura Outside Idy smith Jnn 1 The Itoers occupying t the southern edges of Itenters Kop wore drtron out by the llrltlnh Sntur day ComniHtidnnt Kel on the west of tho town and the Pretoria rom nwndo on tho north lair taken tho Jio konjo oomumndlaff Caesars Camp from willet Uioy maintain a continu otia aniiriuir of time llrltlah Tho Prw torte iMiiiiitMiido lost six1 men hllM and six wounded iu uttvmptlng to force the rot Cape Town Jam IIIhero Isi good reason to believe that tho Mtatemcnt that lair Clwrles Warren with 11000 moo has gone towiinl AVcouou ia ear reel and wo may ovpuyt important news shortly Ileports have boon Wiolved hors that dyaentory Is very rlfo in Lady 0 Hmlth London ii nil lliiho correspond ent of t ho Times nt Lourcnzo liar quo telegraphing lastt Saturday rays The Prue State hue now called out ovary n illrtblo man Inoludlng the leading merchants who had o pouted to enjwy Immunityl rinoilM In Wn hlnwtoM Tacoma Wash Jan 11A lava pour of rain for three diiys together with n prevailing chtnook Is molting tho sooty anti has suddenly Hooded several western Washington vnlloya and a grunt portion of Ijitnh county Idaho Murder Over ChniiKe- Jlolenwoftd Tonn Jan lrAt Al my four nmilos front here At Chltwood n highly respootud young matt wan aliot and instantly killed by Klvln Will lips The mon ltd ntljI vuled Ocr otnlt change 1hllllpa escaped ANNUAL REPORT lutontnlo Commerce CnmtnUilon Make a nlruug 1Irn to Congress to Uphold Their lands Washington Jan 10Time rotor itnto commerce contra iselon Monda made public its thlrtceoiith report The feature ot the report la the strong plea made that congress up holds the hands of the commissionl by amondmontH making the lutcritat oommoroo law more effective Tin report says time coinmlniJion a year ago culled attention to the fact that In vital respcota the present law hat proved defective and Inadequate and that until further legislation In pro vldud the beet efforts at regulatioi must be feeble anti disappointing Tlie requests of the conunlstilon for needful ninondmonts have been sup ported by petitions and memorial from agricultural manufacturing anti oommurclul interests throughout tin your yet enyn the report not a Mm of time statute has boon changed and none of the hurdcnmmo condition whloh coil for relief lute boon re mnrvd or modified The existing sit nation ups the developments of tin punt year It is added rentier more Imperative than ever before the noeos ally for spoedy and suitable loglela slant NImMonths of time people knov tlwit nay railroad company can charge for its yprvice whatever it pleases and OK much an It picafto without any real power In this commission or any other tribunal or court to limit time nman lit of sneh obnrge for the future when complaint Is mde by an ng grieved shipper sad they are sub sUtnttally of OHO mind in doslrlni that this anti other dofectn in the tstHte IM promptly remedied Shipper geitontlly tibia have been lIme ttonlly UHHHlmouN in favor of a sin rt elHKtdtlimtlon of freight one that will bo iinfform for nil roods and nil + ottlons of tin1 country and reason ably stable whon oatablUliod This general public ell ntlafnctloll has bees frequently uxprswuod In reo lutlnn of various national orgnnln hose sad at n conference In Chlcnyc Mist November nt tended by ropre eii biUvts frets a number of national airs ehitloss of manufacturers oar chant sad other a bill ombmelHt Ute scorn Important nmcitdmeRts rue eimiHSJiided Uy the oommbMlon was ap probed mi the mecttsn which wowfci beet mtH t Ute requirement of butl seas sod eommvrrial Intermits The Mil Senator Ctillom hums Introduced Mid tits report significantly tJLIII wln ther continued failure to porferl the regulating lntHto on reflttonabh MHWI will not soon result In an Ir nipromlbtc demand for almost radial nail drastic iogUlntlanC- oiitliiMlHK It adds It isI a mnttoi of common knowledge that vast hIM of railway oontrel are now In prtKW of eotwumawtlon and that the oampetltioB of rivet lines Is to IN nwtntiued by those oumUimtloiM VIIJTe this movement has nflt 5 el found full expression in the notua eotiHolMatlyn of railroad corporations enough has transpired to dlitelowo II imlllcMtlnn of flnanelnl interests while will dominate tilt managiiurnt nnJ hHrmonUe time operations of nines heretofore Independent and competi the This la today the most noticeable and Important feature of tin railway situation If the plans ai roady foreshadowed are brought to pffoetlvtf results and others of stunt lar tarpsre carried to execution there will be n vast centralisation of railroad properties with nil the pot IT Involved In such farreaehing com blnntlonm yet uncontrolled by may piiliHe SHUaarlty which can be effect ually exerted The restraints of com petition upon excessive and unjust rates whit in this way ht avoided and whatever evils may result will be rom dlletot under existing laws Tim Increase in railroad business the past year has been no great the report ays that many carriers found their equipment inadequate for the i ervlee required llovonuwi Inoreasod rrwUlyI while railway failure fell otTolho rush of luminous contributed to the Improved observance of liuhllKhod rates and diminished the frequency of those practices which art made criminal mlKdemeanorn by the statute Itoferenfe Is made to time severalI jonferoneos hind with high railway of taiuls curly In tho your with n view- to gnlnlng from ottoh promises to nnlntnln their published rates snit to thin good effect of tuHO oonfomioee In elinoklng the mte demoralisation then provalllnff It Is denied that the onforonees sought to secure agree meats to iniilntAln rates their only inrpoHe being to secure goal faith in lwcrvnnec of iIllIhll lltc1 tariffs Icriumi IJIftuHy TownrU tie Wflshtngton Jan 10 Aaeordlng to loruml h coral Mason nt llerlln miieh friendly feeling ia developing In her many tmiird the Inltod Stnttw which IVOK jinnulso of rosfiltlntr In th Imtemrnt of some of the hauls ro trictlons upon Amerlonn trade that Irate boon time sourer of bitter com ilitint ly our expat ten Mr Mason ittrtbuttH this foilijjg to the HUOCOK n1 outcome of the VhjlndolpWn cim Hrcinl exposition upon whlcli he doses nn admlrauio report to the state itJlnrttntII SolillorM Body Bent tii Manlln nnntlngo Iou lbThu noxt Uidtod States transport to leave Sanlfiigo will carry 1000 eofllns which will go to Manila Unfortunately one of thenc outnliiH the body of n soldier As It was not marked the cotlln was mis timid and it la now impossible to dis over which one it is as each box oatnlns three colIiiiB- Uiinilltlnit of the Trcnmir Washington Jam lGTe state iiQiit of the condition of the trena any Arallaiilg cash Ilnlanpc4w2S3 SJSJl Kold reserve 220i0176S THE BUBONIC PLAGUE Nino Oases at Honolulu Mi UliiT Twenty Two In All The irisease Jakc 1U Appearance In Ilrazll Honolulu Jan 8 via San Francisco Jan 10Slnce tho let Instant nine eases of plague have developed mnk lag 28 cases to date The board of health has adopted heroic measure mud it In believed thnt the work now in progress will stamp out the scourge in a short time Thus far but one European has been attacked This case was that of Hthe Johnson a Norwegian girl aged H years The other SI cases are dlvidot is follows Chinese 15 Japanese 2j Hnwallans 3 South Sea Islander 1 The following resolution was adopt fd by the board of health It Is the sense of this meeting that it lit u sound policy to remove to gear mime as rapidly as possible the rest louts of the Chinatown district and to toke any and every step without limit uvuesmry to stamp out thu plague including the destruction of buildings nod other property- In accordance with the foregoing rhlnatown Is fting rapidly burnedJJI out Within n week n majority of the residents of the plague spot will be ronioted to new std tdaaner quarters on the outskirts of limo city Thirty one small buildings nro being erected by the government Those structural will necomtnodnto about 3000 per sons On the 3d inst the board of health Jcelnred the entire judicial district of Honolulu under quarantine All por ona are forbidden to IWITO the Ells riot without permission of the board of health All persons ouUdde of time district are forbidden to harbor any Mron conning from the district with out the lermi of the boned ol health The council of state lens ap propriated nooo with which to fight the plaguo anti place the city in a proper sanitary condition Some of the captains of the railing vessels leaving hero for the coast are- relaxing from the strictness of the rule of taking no passengers from Honolulu and there Is now sumac rlianee for people to go away If they are willing to go on nailing vessels Tho schooner Columbia which I lave Here next week Is taking pas swngora She goon to Port Towneend The bubonle plnguo appears to be eprMidlnir Ila JaMin as shown by Ml Ares up to December X rerelvirif thin morning via steamship China At Tnl hokit four fresh caS B and one death wore reported on the tub and on the following day there woro four doathi and two new caiN Up to the Mtl then had been 13 ouses at GsaUl and n In Kobe Itlo Janeiro Jan ACThe bubonl plague to ntUctally deek red to bo only sporadic In this city Hitherto thor hare been n oases ot Santos is at Sun la lo sin three or foar at ltiy Jaitrtro liarIJtUr mcnHuros hail DloiriWJaI t1 ifer prfg of Bro to prevent outbreaks of time plague At the cities mentioned the federal government has undortaken sanitary nwdsures All vewjeki are dlslnfeetcd DEFICIENCY BILL Am Approprlntlon of Over IIftyrfl Million Dollar U A kril for IniiurUlntr We Washington Jan 16The urgent IctlrlPHcy appropriation bill tho linn of time Important supply bills for the government reported to tho house by rimlnnnn Cannon carries 50127841 of whlcli 17500232 Is reappropria loni for the military and naval e stab IshmontM and tisUGOO direct appro irlntlons The more important direct nppro rlntldiiK lire Treasury department aOMft24 war department 100017 invul establishment JLTSOOOO pos tat service f8003S7 Paris exposition lW300 printing end binding 170 000 judgments Indian depredation lalniH 94itl2 judgment court of claim 8183083 For transporting Spaniards home from the Philippines 760000 is appro printed Motive fur the Crime Yew York Jnn InIn time trial of Solnnd U Mollneux for the iminlar of Mrs ICnthnrinn J Adams the prosecu thou Introduced testimony to show n notlvo for the poisoning of Henry Ci Inrntt by Mollnonx While Mollnoux la not on trial for tho murder of fur nut It is exceedingly Important for tho prosecution to connect Molineux with IWrnet8 donth ns showing Moll louxs character lilt letterwriting habits his alleged use of cII1or mercury to kill t x so whom he hated The testimony reflected severely on the good name of Mrs Mollhtux but her husband listened unmoedI Not Iymiui J tinges Cousin Toledo Inn 10 hymnn J Cage icorotnry of the treasury linn sent 11u to help defray thu funeral oxpoaaes of Vonden W Gage who dial hero lieni nllcil lust week and who claimed to- he n first cousin of tho Cabinet otllcer Correspondence revealed that the claimed reInIlonllhlp dill riM exist but Secretary Gage sent n oofltribu ton on ncount of thou Mlmllnrlty nl inmofi Hiuulnr Uluilnu In Chicago Chlongo tan 10Time Sunday dote lug movement in this city IB rapidly raining ground Sunday for the first tlame in time history of Chicago nearly nil oit tho grocery stores and went hops were closed The observance of the tiny was even ittore genera than time members of time Clerks nssocla lion had presumed to hope for CiitthiK Semite In Church Glcnwood W VqI Jan tGIn a church row nt Websters six mules south Al Holloy seriously cut Charles lane and escaped FROM THE PHILIPPPINES Ken Ol Reports Kevcrnl Knttnuc menu With the InnnrKenU 1 to the War Oilier Washington Jan 10The wnr dc V rtment Monday received the follow Ittjr report from Gen Otis Manila Jon 10Uolo men and nned Insurgents robbers from Zoom bfle mountains attacked two com Ill nl 18 astli Infantry OXoll com nutidlng at Iba January 0 driver and pursuwl with low to then of ISO tarn no caounltios Schwnns troollr- aal and south Santo Thomas Ha tnnzas Sunday Choathams battalion 37th struckenemy cast of Santo 1 enemyleftspearing pursued force eastward no report of result Cheat hams casual tier one wounded Anderson SStlrci route to Lip Sunday struck In8ur- 1tIII few mules south Santo roman8 thorn through Llpo to Kosnrio loss 90 dead and wounded GO Spsnlsh prlioners 30000 Schwni lii liberated about MO Spanish prls ori rs now en route to Manila An 4 nons msoaltlos ofd man klllwl two wounded Whentons force ac tlwy operating In western Cavlte and importanttown Jfft many Filipinos returning to liomew believed to bo insurgent de Iwrters OTIS Manila Jan 16llrt of Get Join C Uatofl troops lure operating about Lake Taal Tlio Insurgents eontlnui to retreat south Col layer with the 1th cavalry jU supposed toT have reached Llpa where many Spanish prisoners arc hcklCol Anderson with the BSth infantry took Tnllsay on the north bore of the lake with but little oppo sition Maj Choatliam uuith a battalion of the 37th on his way to San Pueblo di pers d 400 whom the osrtlry are pursuing toward Ala inisos A troop of tho Sil cavalry lost two ma killed and three wounded in ni encounter with tho insurgents noai Sat Fernando do la Union January 11 MERCHANT KILLED llirulnr Alnrni A voUT Him and on ColiiK to Ills Store HP Was Shot In the lend lUvenna On Jan14Edcahurg nor rn aiioe east of here is wild with ox eitwent burglars having killed N K Clow the leading merelnint and mote pormlnent oltlronI Saturday morning Ilitin been time frequent victim of fiUxrx Mr GOKH connected his star rte ids residence with a burglar alarm In which lie was awakened about 1 oclock truing himself nod seciirin ITiitlilJDt a ne1iboor ho wunt fIlin foro TJiqyVWAra iinurjit tho oar by several shots ono of Whlo tonal the head of Mr GOSH lie diem In shout three hours The burjflan three In number wore last seen going towonl 1almyra A posse is scour ing tho vicinity NOTICE TO FARMERS They Are Asked to Prepare Them elvei to Answer Qurntloni 1cr- tnlnlnR to Uuatllc Washlngion Toll 10 Director of time Census Merriam suggests to the agriculturalists of the country thn they use souse of their spare time between now and Juno next in thai w Rhly preparing themselves to ar aver promptly and accurately the questions relative to the ncreag quantity anti value of crops thl quantity and value of nil farm prod nets anti animals and vegetables th coat of fortlHaors and fnnn labor nn in lout nil the items of farm oporf tlons for the calendar year ISle whir time census enumerators are by ins compelled to ascertain This he aye will result In a full aid accurate eon set Itn ilnrntlon UHf Introduced Wnjgliiiif ton Jan lLSenator Pot rote ruporltd from the committee on Immfpratlon tho bill lntro Inpl bJ Senrilop Lodgv restricting Immlgni tlrn Tho bill IB the saute ns tha which pnHiKid the senate at the lea ongiwss Mflth ltIl1 3 which allowed froo lininljrrnf n from tuba trtclroiU out so the conditions III It4p mnTfo It no longrr necessary ti tav0 schi n provision tppNtl Per reuse Loll i Jan t1 iiriular ap- pelplttfop pence sal Mending for the teji+ W1 Ujmod hy4aJ clergymn 01- aU denomination in the Netherlands has Ju been delivered to the minI tam Of all Christian churches i Grjt lidtaln it closes We be- eelt0t J Qu1metlln to use your intin- eaIj1 What mull suvh 1 in England as 01 bUan principles disapprove thl VHP jmy try whatever lawfully may lWfliin p or its spwcvlyerssation Q rjli S urreiulrrd Santiago SimnP111tn tiaenar Rafse nlSJUlttpwto sync mayor of Ssntiajr tit time tK of the capitulation ha- mjust fturttt heart failure Womnii lltIil for Arson lllrmtnirhnnt Ala lri 1sMary Irnntley white is being detained lit fthvarilBville for connection with tit hull uug down of time poor house 81 Iftbfliirne county In which a Xegr ubt1t1m8 burned to death The worn ltIV tonics having set fire to the insti tcijl0D Hntlrontt 111111110 yes Jiogansport lad Jan lehorlllI- ell n lnn Handle lIra1llUnn ant Charles Miller n Vondalia ftremn are laid up by falls prom their trains cither are uariouslv iniurcd tYri r- O I G ECrGGtrGtisir GGtit CCEG CG GGfrrlktrGYrt1G6F CaeQCrF i f4rlE t- t U I J r t g STATE NEWS PICKUPSOs xa- e iii ii i ii tt KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE A Sjrnqpnl of the Doings of the Ken tncSr Solon In the Senate and klduao of Representatives Frankfort DSenotnTho senate c Kslon Monday was short FarrsIgot through n resolution providing for tiring a salute and adjourning In honor of Jaakson day I1ouSpMker Trlmblo laid b foro the House the report of the Covington and Cincinnati Bride company for tho last four years Toll collected last year ag ffroRatod H31101 Trimble presented a list of committees which was read The 4rouse then adjourned Frankfort Ky Jan 10SenateTIme senate voted for United States senator J O S Blackburn receiving 22 votes to 12 for W 0 Bradley Dills wero Intro duecd to establish a state board of health chancing time of holding court In tho let district amending the local option law to prohibit pools trusts nnd monopolies to expend J78OW on the Kddyvlllo pent tontlary to prohibit lobbylnK In tho leg lilatum to amena the conntttutlon so as to abolish time secret ballot House It was bill day In the house and the following wore Introduced To em1 Itowcr school boards to Issue bonds for the construction of school buildings to create a state labor bureau to prohibit Ua manufacture and sale of cigarette antitrust bill entitled An act provld Ing tor e punishment of pools trust and conspiracies to control prices to provide a uniform system of textbook In schools and to reduce price thereof providing for stamping notes and other evidence of debt for assessment makIng the payment of a poll tax a qualltlcatloi for suffrage providing for keeping blood hounds for detecting criminals Frankfort Ky Jan 10SonateThe following bills were Introduced Irovld lid for placing apparatus In schools fop teaching goography etc l Anng lobbY ng and making U a felony amendment to the tax laws compelling rairoada 10 run passenger Instead of mu4 tralnj regulating freight rate uukay it unlawful tor any corporation ic emtrlbut to a campaign fund to etni tlin a prlsn for women to protect itUtn + nubile or ncers and candidates for office from elan denary providing for a viva v toe vote at al elections to bettor enforce 114 10111 01 Lion law jirovent wearing hlh hits tn theoterir halls and oiwra hojitM House Th house IIy a vote of SI to tt adapted the joint mci4 ts llOHo1 iy the senate on Saturday rho tJ haneseel In joint sesuloa and declard th il1fllno- C Mr Blackburn for Lnlod SUIH n- ator Frankfort ICy Jan HSonalonUtswere Introduced as follows Appro printing JJOUOO for the establishment of a young womans students dormitory fat State A and M college school books commission bill tho commissioners to b- eappointed by governor and not more than three from one political party with a compensation of i5 per day bill reducing the salaries of all state officers bill mak- Ing lawful the practice of osteopathy House The house adopted a joint reolutlon providing for a committee of five to Investigate contempt charges against John H Whnllon In his alleged attempt td bribery of Senator Harrel Represen tattve Itarton of Pendleton Introduce a bill authorizing the assessing of real yearlY1asriding for a WhallenKyan InveattgatlR committee The amendment requires the presiding officers of ouch house to name two democrats and one republican on tho committee A joint revolution was admit od providing for a joint session on Jan nary IS to pay tribute to the memory of the late Reuben Conner of lloono noun ty Mr Conner was three times a memo bar of tho lower house of the legislature House Tho fallowing bills were Intro dueed Empowering the penitonlar- cemmlinnera to parole convicts blear tlwan clertlon law that adulterated bake Ing powders be marked compelling rail road companies to furnish separat coaches for colored pawenyrs as good 1111 the conches for white passengers am prohibiting partition cars for colored pas singers prohibiting killing of quail partridges or pheasants between February t November 1 compelling officer otandI trust companies to rile bonds of Indl vI dual liability Tho house adjourned tI MondayHEARING HAS BEGUN Contests for Governor and Ltcontp- nant Governor tiring Tried by LcKlnlutlve Committee Frankfort Ky Jan liThe hear Ing of time evidence in the contests for governor and lieutenant governor hat begun The committee in the gov ernorahip case is composed of Sena tool Frnzler Crenshaw and Allen anti RepreHontatlres Hiokmun Barton Finn Sledge Lyon Bonny and Renick damocratH and Yarberry republican The committee in tho case of the lloulennnt governor is composed ol Senators Coleman Harrell and lIt1 son and Representatives Crawford Alexander Baird Bell unhand and Sharp democrats and Representa tires Road anti Lilly republicans Itrfproseiitative Hickman is chairman of the committee trying the go ernorship case and Senator Coleman Is chairman of the lieutenant gov ernors Under time rules already adopted by the committee the contestants era given four days in which to introduce their proof The contestoes thon are given five days in which to present their side and one day is allowed the contestants to bring In rebuttal ovi dance Both sides are to IK given n reasonable time for argument by their respective counsel The republican loaders claim to have encouraging newts from the oral neat lawyers who are representing the republican contestoe They claim to liavV assurances from that quarter hat oven should Tlyiortumid Marshall x unseated by the legislature they will institute proceedings before Fed rol Judge 1Kvana to restrain the dom ocnitic oontratants from taking tho elapse before the ease win bo finally decided as the case will be carried up to the supreme court no matter how it iplgut bo derided by tire In ferior courts Meanwhile they say the republicans will hold the offices Mutinied by A Trnlu Cynthiana Ky Jan IX James Ilsyei aged 53 prominent and ro- epectud cltiuen of this county while on iris way home lute in tho after noon was struck and instantly killed by MI L N southbound passenger train in n cut just north of Mom Ills face was mangled beyond recognition I one urin broken In thrco places anti several ribs broken Ho was Identi Ned by having ono toe missing from the loft foot Deceased wns engineer- at tho pumping station one mile north of here nnA had been emplivtd by the L Ic N for 16 years COMMITTEES NAMEDii Some of the Yost Important One Chosen br Speaker Trimble In the house of Heprcentatlve Frankfort Ky Jan 0Speaker Trimble anounccd his committees in the house Monday The most impor tant committees are made up as Cot inureJudlciaryP T affcrty chair man Hagby Finn ieard Brown Holland nnd Ilnswcll- Hallroads nnd CommerceC A Net son chairman Armstrong Grlder Klalr Orr Stith Alexander Mueller nnd Jaringcn Charitable Institutions John T HInton chairman Denton Mueller Stephens Cauoppy Cantrill Bull Mimms and hays- EducatlonW A Stlth chairman Abele IJosley Klalr Nelson Nelson Swan Grlder Cochran and SpurrierbRevenue and Taxation Eminett Orr chairman Cox Egbert Stout Book er Hickman Conrad Showier nnd BerryAgriculture nnd Manufacture Geo t Travis chairman Kcnlck Stout VII Bingham Green Showier Bosley Slack and Itodgcrs Kentucky Statutes Claude Tcrrill chairman T ffertyBalrd Finn Ito land Yarborry Trivett Wilson and DartonMunicipalitiesAlbert H Charlton chairman Abele Grider Nelsonff Orr Bell Klalr Brlster and Mueller Classification of Cities and Towns i J P Haswell chairman Kay Collop I py Sledge Kgbert Traver Walton Tipton und P H Taylor Constitutional AmendmentsG W Hickman chairman Laffcrty Green Sledge Watkins Tipton J C Taylor Swan and Sturgill flanks and BanklngrS N Booker 1 chairman Alexander Hinton lien 11olllnpflclelCIlclllt man Watkins Bagby Holland Blth 1 erman P H Taylor and Slack State Prisons and House of Reform P M Willinghnm chairman Raw 1 lungs Lyon Money Nickel Stephens Henry Holt and Lampton 3 County and City Courts Eli IL Brown chairman H E Watkins Hay Finn Swan Baird Lilly andiMcliobcrts Codes and Practice Ell H Brown chairman Watkins Lnffcrty Finn Berry Trivett and Mclloberts Criminal LawsC C Bagby chair man Berry Watkins Kllday Lewis Ray and Lot- tInsuranceM Abode chairnaTi Armstrong Dooley Nelson Terrm Wentherford amid Perkins Corporate Institution A Jleniqk chairman Armstrong Cochran Lit terle Nelson Stith and Weatherford Retrenchment amid RoformL C Rowlings chairman Rose Stephens Traver Wlllinpham and Aiken Suffrage and ElectionsC T Dos Icy chairman Cochran Egbert Henry Cantrill Brown and Kllday 0 Rules Speaker Trimble exoffloio chairman Nelson TerrMl Cantrill Laffcrty and Reniok- Dtstlllertes to Open Lawrenccburg Ky Jan 15Active preparations tire being made by the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co to start their houses in this coun ty The big T B Rlpy distilleries at Tyrone with a capacity of 8000 bushels per daywill run day end night mashing 4000 bushels The Mollraycr Bond and Bond w Llllnrd hpusea will also run Extensive imprbainonti bare been made by the company at all of these houses and they will start as soon as the necessary papers ara re ceived from Washington Humored KiiKiisrcnieut Denied Frankfort y Jan 131he story that Mfcs Corinne Blackburn daugh ter of Senator Blackburn is to wed Senator Goebol Is declared by Black burns friends to be Cubic Time young woman is almost broken hearted over tho recent death of her mother She was sent homo to Woodford county from Frankfort because it was feared that her numerous visits to tho hatters grave would result in permanent injury to her health- Itepuhllenus Ixnuc nn Appeal Frankfort Ky Jnn 121he repub lican state central committee Thursday Ism ied an appeal to the people of Kentucky on behalf of Governor Tnylor Legislature district constitu ents arc begged to domain of their representatives in tho general assent lily that the latter vote in accordance with tho facts and rvidoncb SevckMllc llnllronil KluUheil Lexington Ky Jan lSJ IL Kelt man has just completed n railway seven mUM long for Poll R Styles from Torrent on the Iejn ton Eastern railroad into 1700 acres of oak timber land They will open atnro factories nt RIdgowood Ky hat will employ 300 men Mnnler Over n Rosen KKK MWdlesboro KyJnn HAt Bucli nnnn Va James Owens and Lundy Owens brotliorslnlnw becnmt in Oed in n quarrel over a e1oxen eggs James drew his pintol and shot Lundy who died 12 hours later James fled to the mountains Killed it Wild Cat Ky Tan 14lohn J Me1 1GIcenup hlsdugs killed n monster wild cat on the Allcorn hills near town The animal weighed OS pounds and measured 33 inches from tip to tip 4a 4 THEHICKMAN COURIER Ueorgo Varrcn I HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JAN 10 1000I Abusing old LeadersII It la customary to see in the reot publican papers abuse of old RN Dnhlican lenders like Slierman ex Speaker Reed Senator llojjr I IIthei I III oars oppose the McKinley policy j us to the Phllippinos Only II fN ryours gone lhy the RpublifmllsI referred to Sherman I ry ala3 too great a man to b- I I I President Hull now he Is de Ka nounced ad an old fossil in hi dotage Then ex Speaker Reedl was described as the brains e thfi Republican party and now he la and old sore head and malcon tent Senator Hoar wus then rec ognized aNthe conscience of the of Sennle null now he In an old11II scold And + o it goes with popular favor and party idols ii tit i TUB bestI people of Kentucky irrespective of party should lien iI I or the Lonisiille Oommercial aII1 atriot Republiciiti paper for its course toward John Whalen ii- I InI hie shameful attempt to truffle iIDI I Legislative votes It tepudiiitea I the ideaof the Republican party harboring such political corrupt j lonlsta or countenancing such ras 1 caliticf Wbaleu may claim to beI a Republican now but heretofore be has played isle shameless trick in erica as a Democrat No mutter i what he and those of his gang may claim to be the sooner the good people of the State rally to support a I such reputable papers as the Commercial time better it will bepI Such political infamies should be the1 1pnufebed with the felons stripe C ESCAPED tTtteDesperate DeathDoomed Mar M Mderersare tree Two desperate murderers con rioted and under sentence to die OB the scallop escapnd from the N Dnnklln county jail at Kennett Mo one night last week POI a see sooarinjc the country have as b yet found no trace of tbem It is off thought the fugitives will not be taken alive anti they are expect ed to make a desperate fight for pi their lives Tbe men are James Tetatton the quintuple murderer and Milo Gregory one of tbe t Bloat desperate criminals to this al tit ff part of tbe State Tetatton kill J ed his stepmother and her four children He was tried for the J murder of the eldest boy auu con victed received the death den tence His execution way to haveI n occurred in a few weeks Gregory was convicted sad sentenced to die for tbe premeditated and uo 1provoked murder of Joseph Oov1 ert The men escaped by tunnel ling under their cell sad into tbe basement of the jail HackleRs Aralca Salre Has worldwide fame for marvellous I sues It surpasses any other salve lo t tion ointment or balm for Outs Cornsc Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetfter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skiu Eruptions Infallible I Pilea Cure guaranteed Only 26c forIIj r all drug stores SENATOR WATSON has Intro dated a bill making lobbying a crime ties punishable by heavy penalI Iat Tai Populists of thin state have already called their convention to select delegates to the preside tial convention tu 1000 Ills call1 for February 22t tedI THE grand jury at Lansig Mid I i line indicted the Speaker of tbe Michigan House the State and Land Com nlssloner and others for bribery Indictments have al so been returned against several atate officials for fraud in connec lion with tbe sale of military supplies NOTICE All persons indebted to me by nor toinaccount must settle at once or same will be put in the hands of my attorney B T Tyler for collection l124t H U AMBERO having a Ureat Ran of Chamberlains Conffb Heiuecir tl 5 Manager Morn of the Pieraou drug- store7 informs us that he is having a great ran on Chamberlains CoughJ Remedy He sells five bottles of that 1 medicine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe there is nothing 1 Chamberlains Cough Remedy to e- r the cough neal up the sore throat andart lungs and give relief in a very time The sales are growing und all prokmmet For sale by Cowgill Oowgill Hick man and A M 8waw State Line drug pltl 1 LOCAL NEWS This js tho ccmsna your Eyes tCtocl free ut Bucks IThe City Oouuoil procwMlbiK will bo of speoilt iututrst to tnxluYfl of Hiokuiau this week Timer U one pod thing about bigr oruo v fees It w ohiwpur to obay the low thou to pay tits attorney The Blno Wing OhM ettjc+ye l a Coon Supper Suratttajr utghti their xviKuavoiw m bust HIOKUMII A a + om Iwnrf gtwsfs wero jmwroit and It was unanimouslyl Hgnwtl that cocu uiwK was heal to lJQulIIxvp mner wall with your produce ot nI am1 tl 4iiarl t lliyt flute theyaM1 rtl hear Im hc liar JUlldlO HUKSk jlMH it BlUiS uNu1 M time Hit lltliuii i lleroaaever bt Mi in U lUll 1 11w Nil bat I ward engiifrwl hi demo whatA80UM of the mm nut turn Iwv to put fupwth i Flq Tyllr IIKnIxIP of the olcitli lot Bad b1Mt4lit xiu ii t FalHxl muly dial Thumtuy d l+ st NIwK It t hu I iHHiie iu the Fwlion pnviiu fit wasI fur many yhI out oi ibw ilNtyin tMh1S the ixwuiy Ile taH 1 jail Iiiuor bII Hull uribt HIMI Ittsar 79- yN rd old Au isoiiaog stye a 1pt1i Itons unUtritHir vvhi Monit H upwlw in A copy Jt4 IJAIMV Wrier ill Kuuw if Wt con sdrt att itt lI1 Nothing of time kind ttw liVidHH w al 011y lookingis over fist MilnuiM rf the j ap I I trust + Ntnt haut trail nut Mrflctbluu so hat it wmM win ils Irb tPms the fniut dulrrI + d to ftvofkuin rtiatnrwuoe Tin JBun I be Vho bomrriNi mr Hund Guru SSinllor of will dear reface it I j Q M T SALMON Tim SWI M rhiue Co IIfnrWltir tOalro lucre lxOKht a luno txly of limuerwl Uail iu fist bot IiIt JIfI niutmrtiuK n time riv r otm 6108 mnnut to bring J fist rinibr unit tatnlttv It is said tliev will niplov for wtvunil yKirs at t juiiit M riii +di J100 glen in flour work in by the Lntitiut Mr Jiritn Hollanl wise married Miss Ailn HtaWwy of FTir niiiu m t with soriooa uvidt ut at Jwt born Ark tulldny eight Inst Vhln attNwpttnlr- to jump on time trnin hiM Ift foot MlipIII t off curd went under tht trwks nUll gl whwto pawetl Drat lilt toot right InI a uilbeIId18llltloiJI I I See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods i AllI go at CosttlAlai J W Thomas president of 0 St L R R tilts agrettl to con tinue his road from Hiokman Ky to Tiptonvllln an soon M the loved in built I trout the Mils at Hiakmnu around the west side of Itcolfoot Luke so on to cut the waters of the Mississippi river Ire which now run over Lake county When that road iiv built it will Hive our eople and Luke direct commnuioation well each other by rniirondObton Chronicle There can he no doubt that faction rows in the DemocratictooDamaging qtonanyWhat we should all do now is to blot out any memories of the past and pull ourselves together for till future With united party Kentucky would roll up I from 80000 to 60000 Democratic major Iit ity Lots unite for 1000 And there I isbntoun way to unite and that is toInuitc Madisouvillo Hustler a The following is the uptonowII marriage ceremony Young lady will you promise to take this helpless young goslin you hold by tho hand and see I that ho wants for nothing Will you guarantee to stand by him wbeu ho 18II Mink provide him with a good salt ol clothes twice n year and always lIeot that hit supply of Ktovo wool fcrdry and II- until tho divorce courts I intervene If yon feel like un dertaking u little mutter like that de 20 with me as a guarantee that I Ie will bo well taken care of and take the gosling and light out I Amen I Supply your wants Buchanans Closing Sale Jtallroad Projectl The 1 0 Railroads Assistant Ohio- Eugiueer Saver last week wont over the proposed railroad lisle through Lake county to Oarnthorsville Mo on tit o Altssiiwippi nver whore two railroads i center Ho well HO pleased with tit nmttt sUlrtniB the hills along down tit edge of Ubiuu River bottom lcavinB Klbridgo to the right that ho now has a corps of engineera at Obiou ready to survey time road and our sister tows is jubilant over the project Union City Commercial Courier IT line been demonstrated repeatedly every Htute iu tho Union aud in many foreign countries that Chamberlains Conh Rvuutdy is u certain par + veutiv and curs for croup It hm beooine universal remedy for that disease V Fisher of Liberty W Va only roo pouts what has been said around tho globe whim he writes I havo used Chamberlains Cough Rumedy m my family for several ywwrs mind ulwa i with perfect succesd Wo livhovo tit it is lint nuly u good cough nJiedv b that it is a Hurt curs fur cnup It has i SIVHI till iiv of our children several1 linn This remedy li for Bald by Cow gill Cuwffill Hiokninn nud A MI Uraagiehltop Fniineis Fran Column Under this heading wilt hereafter published noticCK not to exceed G lines ouch from furmorH who are snbsorib productlf Yfa ExGov Boles Platfurm itWe give below n letter frpTji 1 Guv Honioe E Boles of lowa to the New York World us towht- ho deems should be time fISBOOB preHiiited hy the Nntloiml Detu6 I acy in Us next platform rUe ItII ter ia fforihj of H thoughtful ra I rusal Mr Boles StII 1 UnvleldiiiK opposition to u uoliilul Histeui tlmt requites forIi Us iniiliiteiirtiice Ithe exerclHH InII tl grep of the inllitiiry power the jrovornment 2 An umiaiilifleil pledge that the future g voriitnout of HM Philippine IBHII H shall upon lion condlliotiH lie lift IItime people of thoNe 11Itwdsl I else to any extent of the military l power of this uovermnent I 3 The inviolate keeping of the pledge of the nation that OQUH i tie freeti-4 Opposition to a great stand jin army i G OeaHelneia luitugouiem totl e trustH in Imtever orui organized nod the iaitu diale nmovHl of ell protective tariffs from goods the inanulHOture or sale of which lilt controlled by trnatn however orIganized 6 A broad declaration Itlmt the sue of the currency of time noun try built coin stud pHlleq IH rightfully a function of government t alone the volume of which should controlled by time OOlllrllIItIIII the nailof inntead of by private corporailons orgunized for hull viduiil J IIIr7 An unquallQed declaration in favor of time continned colna o on gorerntnent uuunnnt of both of money metals at the exiniinc I ratio to the fall limit required by P time huaineeiH ntereatH of time coon I try saute limit to be determined OongreoH and the issue of a national gaper currency in ex change for bullion of enuh of the money metals at market yHlIUIIhC lame to be redeemable on demand II bullion qf either metal at th- overnmentH option nt like value ind iminediutely rehnoed in IIItYI for other bullion to supply place of that withdraws from fist treasuryIs8 A deuiiind that all govern meat currency coin and paper alike shall bt unlimited legtil 0 Continued opposition to all protective tariffa 10 Opposition to subsidies of every name Bud character 1 11 The extension Instead of W contraction of oar civil setae ocui HORACE DOlES i ipTilE PASSING Industry Tho revolution In IIs doing He work so quietly alid so uickly that most people fail to ote the great changes that are taking elites- Machinery Is not only displac hog human labor and re arranging under a new relationship but Its rapidly destroying the skilled trades The tendency ia towards common level in labor and that level what has hitherto been call ed unskilled labor This revolu flea ia not simply destroying the skilled crafts by diminishing die per cent of skilled mechanics as n compared to the unskilled bUIlt is lowering the grade of skill of tborie who remain t S SNeeded a National Forestry School A national school of forestry I is needed It could exert a pro found influence for good ItaII cost need not be much as its de partments or branches could co operate with existing educational Institution also state and nation al forestry bureaus The abase rOffcountry already be ginning to pay dearly t million dollars turned from crummy or navy to forestry would do vastly more pxrtlralnrBBryan An Expansionist In bis Minneapolis Interview lust week Mr Bryan sail I I am u firm believer in the en largement and expansion of the- o limits of the republic I do not byMcontiguous strife tv nor to limit myself tto that Wnereever there is a people intelligent enough to Iorm apart hellsntI Wherever Illtere in it people 1x pable of 1 luiving a voico and a rep GorervlmeutIthe repabllo rummy he extptided The Filipinna are not such H people The Democratic part v haa fnrltlhe pbthe limits of this republic lintI IIt TINA ueyrr ailvncalHl the arqulHl lion of subject territory to b e i beld under colonial govenitnent t 1 r 4 AN 1XCHKASE IN Tin VOLUME OF I MONEY i 1111clrculutloll according to the treasury lIlnlej went wax 1000000000 in round numbers At that lime IIhu He publicans claimed that money wan abundant nod that there WIIH no neceflcily for mummy unto money The Democrats took the position Ihn t morn money was needed that theI dollar purl hHNNII too iinuh 111111 that tlit more tloliarn mere were the lenn a dollar would hll1 nlIliurUl1I fifteen port cent Tlila lnurua i IIn the volume of money IIHH uheap the dollar in MH purolumlnjr null In enimequenoe every hUM advanced This IIIIK proven the ui rroutneHs nf liltI Democratic pOMltlnn and ivhili tin HepunliuaiiH lire nlaiminu that theudvaiKie In prices ia slur to for MKinley admlnlHtralion tb fiiiii that It 1IN due tuKhu iiiurntnii IIn the mount uf money w SUIlOSEl TO TRUSTS The recent NeHHlona nf Ithe Gen AHRBtnbly of tilt Knights of held in Bn + ton would cer tainly Heein to Indluatu that they are very decidedly oppoaed to tbo trusty and the following extract Irom the report HUbmitted at that meeting by Grnnd MiiHtet Work John Jf Iuraons IH very till niflniinl During the present Year the will bn again excited over the irtHuea that will nrtao Iin time ootiteat that will be waged for liceII control of the affairs of this i try fur the succeeding four years rhap the most important of lbenH will be time trusts for who IIHS not observed time progress williconltlldi for the wage worker The con I of wealth as employed j i time indnatriea of our country I lisa toads many strik A during the IHJI lew years which hays result jI In the workingmans detriment I wherever such unmbinatlons have been effected How to meet it Iin qneatiun that should bo given your careful cons deration nenrfltllng the Farmer Witk tbe rapid extension of free delivery mOlt go baud and nntllcomfQrlsMunv lines of this character al ready exist In a somber of slates same purely local others con necting with urban systems many farmers are securing andII hone service at moderate Haul cost With rural free delivery telephones and trolley lined Itime Isolation of time farmer in our well populated sections will be a thing of the poet II DII I This week Mm Clay Barnes nt her hOmo in MiMonri opposite Hiokman Mrs Clint Pollock at her home two miles from Hickman Mr Jim Mans scar Ilickman BITUdt Its There are broken hearts in our community today hearts crushed by tho hand of Providence that ended n bright noble life for two weeks our beloved Katie V Bondnrant struggled in her bed of sickness for life but on last Sat j urday morning tho Oth of January nt tho early dawn of day the struggle wax ended and the pnre spirit loft its dis I eased racked tenement of olar null floated out into the influlty of peace and love Death at all times is sad but in this Instanco it seems doubly so where tho fond mother is taken the beloved wife and dutiful dllughterII Mrs Katie V daughter of Mr and Mrs JCSAO Tarns was born Aoril C 1859 She joined the Methodist Church at the ago of sixteen and lived a consistent member until nine years ago when she united with the Christian Church to be with her husband Ever kind and self saorifl crag sho lives for tho pleasure of those around her and especially was her homo made bright with liar presence The darling children she left behind JILT endured tho greatest lassrho loss of that IIlYtCtil nat mother Oh may tho older outs instill m the minds of tho younger ones the sweet precepts taught by her and stay God control the companion whoso lives slur had bright cued these eighteen years To limo aged father and mother whom she dourly loved who was over so willing to re spend to any demand that you uittdo upon her oven if it meant sacrifice to herself Bo comforted that this sweet loving daughter is at rest Think of h her safety her bliss and bow in sub niUsion Sho can never visit yon in the dear old homo where her presence has cheered yon so often but sho can and will be waitiug for you in the beautiful oud Katie is gone said tho anguished lather go young no thesefare the ones God gathers unto himself first And to you dear sisters who grieve so hoavdy tor her wo can but nay Ooh knows best we bow to hits will But tho aching hearts aro aoh I InK still Dr A 8 Dabnoy of Union City con ducted tho numeral services on Sunday afternoon at tho family residence Time remains were laid to rest in tho Hiokman Cemetery followed by a largo liet loved ouo your death has crested pro found mind universal regret 1 our memory and virtues shall live forover I I1 AlB 1 Owgl 1U r 1 lJ WCTrl = r f1Lggistsr UKAIXjUAKTUUS tOIl UlIIiJli TON1tk1 GU1i 1iI1S1 Ain 1illliIll 1 H11IULUSt 0 PRKSCllEPTIONS Carefully Compounded I Grove rrii slueUftyIUtlurIIIUIIpolicy In time A O U W Three days before hula death isle physU man was dismissed and Christian IhstiIUIetiIa physicians proof of death is Submitted or the body IH disinter tell suit a pout mortem la held 3lade Young Again Ouo of Lr lungs Now Life Pills onoh night for to weeks 11111U mo In iiny toons again writes Turuur Of DoniMcytovii Pa Thoyro tho best IU limo world for Livvr atomaoh and gripoUglyHOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE Cheap Uuit on or write A U l3lfi tt tnycoKy OLD GOLD WHISKEY W II WEBSTER SULK AtJKNT Fun Union City Tenn THIXTONIMILLETT b CO- MiHwM OWL suouo KY a H Qo fa e Bread HI IS TIn r STAFF OP Lift I tAND TO OUT GOOD FRESH BREADS frr- ao TO TIIK MOW + Oily + Bakorg j 1 Bread Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ji J fr lI1Ct1jU1it1 1CitN Ion + 1 Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates 1 and Candies Cigars and Tobacco j f AFRESH OYSTERSJ fi and 013LRIIY RBO1I1VUD DAILY lrtMh Ojwtan served iu MJT styleI amid lit all hour 1 Gome Beolfii I T l pltOHoW 1 t Now City Bakery4 + N t 4+ II 0 MajestioJ Cooking Bangeil The Best in the World You rniniit nuke u MlNtnk- eEtf Buytog One of tfiese Ranges J One of Its Strongest Polntu IB its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I Bakes BlHoultn in 4 Mlnuieit Light Ilreiid In 40 Mlntiten OooklnJIfall and Hxnitiltif Tli m Vontll Busy no Ollr El B BR J Vft OcIII HICKMAN MARBLE WORDSJ I411JLI H lnCl 1 ewT TOM DILLON ST Propr t Kwur t It C Hatla dod Marble and Granite Monuments OURJ3JNGSTONE WO UK of nllltlndlI- RON FENCING co Siokman Ky I W B WEBSTER DBALElt IN FINU KITUCKl ANn llllffil+ Ii 1VHKKIH SOLR AGENT FOR Pitabody Olub Bonrboll4 00- Q111 Gold 3111 ountain 2f0 I I JUHMSON f I OoA300Lhlenlmm SPECIAL OFFER DEAR SIRI am enabled to soil and hereby nfl er you four fullquarts of FIOLLWOOD BYBWIIISKEY DIIndlcluelsfaoInryi jia B moBl liberal utter und I awmt trulywCity 0 I T l P1 ii 1 4rL u An Knllroiiil Time Table J N 0 St L R It LKAVKrti AllltlVXBi Trill No 6S It BiJO p m I Train Xo 62 Tilt a m Triu NoIt 104 p m I Trln No 4 SiM pm Local and Personal Keep tho old friends with tho nows IVUyFor of And their friendship onunot die Now friend may be sweet and kind r Iud perhaps their friendship truo Still tis better you will find KeepJ the old friend with the now 1a A big lot of Guitars nt DuoII W P Taylor ot Fulton was in town this work Mr A J Klrklaud was down from Fulton this weekIParson Lowery use loft us Oouo toTullnhonm TcuuIW W Wobitcr of Moscow wnll in Hlokmau Monday Walter DoBow of Jonlan wan in Iliokuian WedntllnyIMr Jerro Cloar of Ohryntal Teun WM in town Vedue day Mini May orulL01 Falcon visited Mien Maud week Mss JiflllIO Case Iin on u vioit to nil ativos and friend tit Now Madrid Mo Service at tho Christian Ghurah Sunday by Kid A 8 Dubuey o UitylookedCI Out price on everything at liuolci Dr nUll Mm Horace Lateu of Pal ton vbdtcil lira C L lluudlo tlibt week Tom Lovelace reporter of tho Pal ton Loader Was in Hiokuiau thU week Mr J 0 BaniM ono one of our btt oitizoui u scrionly lit of puuumo nla Judge W W Ilobcrtnou and Atty Sam Uroctlaud are attending court this week I Mr Dr Hudson of Ureeudold Tuna u the guest of Mr and Mm L I A Stone Mr Mel MUlot of Owousboro will leave meat Fob Int for a trip through Europe MM Nettle Hertwcok who hat I been in Fultou vomuUmo lion roturn ed home j1 9 day ooloak f160 at DueleII Mrs A M Perry wa called to Rook Springs this wveic to tho funeral of her dater I Lawyer U 11 Platt of Clinton attended court this week and will be buck next week MUfPcailUarthMeOohce of now slug Green U vUlttug Mm Hutuin Gurth Stephen Miss Nannio Roger hen returned from A pleasant vluft to tapU Shook fujluly near Jonlan Mr and Mr Arthur Johnson and Interesting ou Dudley spout tho week with lllaKinan friends Tho friends of Judge Jno W Uow Kill are glad to sec him sultioioutlr rooI covered to bo out dnvlugIMr and Mir Jack Millott enter 1c Ulned Mr U B Travis and Mi Ma rio Bra rant Thursday evening Mr Gus Herring of Union Olty was vUttmg Hiokumu relativist pres cut and prospective thb week Mrs Sudlo DoBow And Mr and Mrs Chas Alexander of Jordou ore visit ing Mr and Mrs 11 B Brevard Mss John Ford Mss Fannie Gra ham fWd Mr Frank Twigg of Fulton an visiting Mrs Otto Hcrtwook Mr John H Veatoh ono ot tho best cltltcns of the Lotlgtou prooinot paid tho Courier a friendly call Tuesday lion R T Trier who has been sick several weeks has sntholeutlr re covered to bo in attendance at court Mr J A iirower of Lonuville Ky State Deputy for tho Woodmen of tho World WWI m the city this week fdrAak a lady or gentleman who they tot titolr watch they will nay a Bucks and it U a good one I have triedl it Mba Daisy Blytlio and Mr Georg- Mitchell MtM Magglo Cox null Mr Ab Tier of Fulton spout Wednesday tin Hlckman socially Mowrs John Biggs harry Murphyr Joo Beadles W E Metlock Nat Mnr phy Tom Lovolaco and Ohas Payne r society young men visited Hlokumn thin week Mr Jno DoBow brother of AliayIs Mattio DoBow died ut Dlxou Touu Sunday last The many Hlokmau friends of Miss DcBow extends synipa thy in her bereavement The Olty Council hits reduced tax es 25 cents on tho 100 and next year it scouts clear that the reduction elm bo BOcouta Small favors thankfully re ceived nud larger oust In proportion Eld N B Hardeman of lender ion Tuna will begin his years work Sunda21stL each mouth All uro cordially invited Tho many friends of Dr Alex A Paris will learn with deep regret of his continued illuorin Wo believe hit condition Is diagnosed as plourlcy His condition la serious but not Immediately dangerous Miss Nora Vincent loft yesterday for Hickumn where silo will teach 1 music class Miss Vincent is an ac complished popular teacher and will doubtless give her patrons success Union CIty Courier Mrs Salisbury sister of Mr Oh8 Vaster leaiooof tho now Laclode roach cd Hickman Wednesday Sho will have management of tho interior do plUtmeutll or the hotel She ut com mended as u most excellent lady of high culture and rulluuuieut and as lioness of the now L cledo wul win the hoar II of the guNki Hickmans Financial Condition Statementt or tho City Clerk Showing I tho Itecclpts and Disbursements for tho Year 1899 The City Clerk of nil cities of the Fifth Ias In the 8ate of Kentucky are reoireoII gaited by their dinner to make outI al ttboof the receipt andl ei eniliufen the put year mill al1140 a sUlemeiQ of ttbeI all lir pnbliitliel In ob lieuoo to this requirement I here with nuke out and prevent the following ettimeiit ee per my settlement with tin TrcMurer tar tbl year rmitliinln Jmi JJJ 1899 uIIIl eiiJm Itau 3J IOOJ t- OICNKIUL rut OOlor ToBint In iremurr Jn 3 18U9 80868 trod of M rliai on taies 27289 I It s l of Muhat on fine 01 60 on cemetery account 2300 1 to of Clerk on licence 731 03 1 Hick Dank for taxee tit 80 to F1 M1 lUnk for uxe 10000 roll reoelple for tills oicount 141848 Its aml pJ Autliit dies I U nut sad Int S 9270 I for 09 AMeMraenl GO 00 Check of lb08 122 10 J Oltjr Jiulge I stltrj 800 f 0 TeuunrasalaryI 10000 Clerks salary 16000 Msntbils celery 10000 Of Attorneys itUry 10000 Mrxionii aaleryl 880 00 t SIt Cenitjre sely 6000 Mayor and Council 11900 Iflnilrtj proceed ge 7500 Uupertltortof ssml JIOO a Inn on City IUII 8000 to oo Weterwnrkii pump 1UOOO to Ine on Light pleat 186AO h Co1IeR1x on acme 6770 l4lniaK stand pipe 2400 Later nolnaterlall for ervel work 111017 amfel tor itreeiis COO 00 11 DlMliig prisoner 8200 to Extra pallet 800 to Hlrotrla light p4lsl 11810 tIer pipe and rjht 16782 Work sn meter tunl 61 46 MucelUneout cUlioe 88 2W 4342 39 IUI In treaury Jan 3 1000 S 7clu9 WATxa AND LIOIIT BOSIB AQGOUHT ro bd In Irttj Jn 8 laUD 100307 4 amt add1 ultl4ratral l on ttto 3 IUD 64 or 11tak04uk teat 201 MI 4 4 p 4 tl1 t 100 go 147001 Byam1 MJ iDtereni on wrier k Ubi bend II1 60000 amI paid on pump 177803 8 4789- UI credit this fund Jn 8 1000 S 807 09- CQLIEOE DOND ACCOUNT IV MIQI rod 01 dirge trer 160000 By 12 Bond phI 11200 00 Int p41d on bnJ 32126 162126 meunt overdrawn J146 any tALL ACdoOHT r emt In tr teury 14113 1809 24 80 jut ree dl if tiiljr Clark3G 86 5310 24 Of inslpsWn bond t02KO amt replre QII buiMf 40 CO A niui paalrepalreon roof 8760 18- 0ILIinlrasury 30 l Jn 3 1000 f153 94 It will W wen from the above thati nt the olee or builneie on Jan 3rd 1000 there were In the ireueury To crrdli of Generall Fund act S 70 09 Vier and Light sot 897 OJ H City IUII coounl Ifttflj 1127 12 Uit overdrawn on Collets act 2125 Total amt In trcaiary 1110687- h r wilt be seen from the above slate meal that the elitist mulno mlilake at the Nov 1697 election in cliooilng the right men to 04 nie sad guard the later ett of the olijr They have not only kip Ills city In a rood condition but baro ucceeJrd In placing the running expen fcnof the olijrs Water sail electric lluhl plant on a eelf susUiuiog bash In tddl then to the purcUie and palllnc In of a new pumpal a coat of0erly 2000 The etreeis are In s better condition than for many IUri previous altl the Interest on the citys bonded Indebicdneee he bun promptly pallac they fell due the Col Irge bonJe lure been reduce to 32 out etuilln bendnJ If the esme policy tle pursued for the next three years the debt presenttI are yet ouutanding 10 Clir Hall bonds on which the Interest has been prampily Indebtedelira of t lie city Is the 6lOOoO watrratiil Illthl thirty year bond on which the temUannunl interest le being also promptly 1 paid The Council at tin recently ad journed meeting reduced the water and light bond taxes from 76 cents to 60 cents which will be salt a relief to the tax payer Tb + prenenl Indebtedness of the city other than the bonded Indebtrdneis I comparatlely mall the principal prof which InI held lit Mr U A Tyler the entire amount Including Mr Tlere claim will not exceed 1200 or 1300 It may therefore be coneldereJ that the flnunolal nlFalrs of the city are In a good and healthy condition ReiiHiOi fully W L MoCutctiKM 0 C Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buch anans No Small Pox Tho case of small pox reported in tho fonder as existing in East Hickman last week turns out to bo a mistake thus Is that It waa not small pox ntf11 1At tho train of publication tllo onao seemed pretty well authenticated and nonce it waa published tho courier having no desire to conceal from tho general public tho existence of a coo tagious disease when it exists See Buchanans Cos Prices on Shoes and Hats THE 10LINESS MEETING Fervid Interest and Large Congregations What is known M a Holinosa mooting or Sanctification meeting has been n progress in East Hicktimu the past weeks haul several hundred uro in nightly attondonco In fact those meet rates have boon hold tn this yicinitr honso to mast two laud interestnionthH nud h been awakened an ordinary residence can not uccouiodnto tho conpreKatlous ll o inoetlnirs aro now bolus hold nt Wr Robert SalmonB in East Uickmau auelI tho ministers preach from tho hall to pcopl0lualdo and out The Revs Hall from Iowa and ODounell fromI Teuui are tho preachers in charge and their streets attended with power nnd iuflnenco A number to bo sure nt tours these meetings out of curiosity but a number of earnest people Lave been converted nUll some claim in their experience tnlka to hnvo received the second blowing holiness Batictlflcatlon and to huvo boon natal of phyinlcnl nf lliotlounnd dlsoaso It la reported that they have been refused permission to hold their meotluJn any of tho luck man churches ant that they will soon havo a boson fitted np for their own nso Au U IIwlt lieleltttve- The Tree Barber Shop u tho place to got an autinoptio face wash This prep aration after shaving renders nntisop tio tho free prevents Infection c A L UOOCINO WIFE SUK KltTllAIUE Woman Dies In llniTCH County Under Very Peculiar Circumstances A apeolut tllapntoh from Muj field Kj dated 12tli lust ease Kills Graham H young farmer of tho western part of the county was arrested nnd lodged in the county jail hero yesterday after noon lie Is char Pd with admin iBlerlng poison lo his wife who died In greHt agony ttl their home Ute Sunday night M re John fSarney tnolherof the deceased woman wait visiting the home of her daughter whtui Hit latter nan taken violently IIIA uhynlcian was summoned and her llliiPM ate pronounced lo be duo to poison unit nfter nn antidote 2weed itdmlnlHtered shin was rellev 1cd mid the physician left leaving other medicine for her Mr Grit ham remained nt the bedside of his wlfu and limited that he heII allowed to administer the nine which the physician maul left I AccordlnnV after all had retired lit proceeded to administer a dose of medicine mid nhorlly afterwardI the woman writhed In agony andI died within two hours A phjul1iUlan pronounced her death to be due lo strychnine Dr Julio L Disunite jr obtained the slam ooh of the woman and carried I IIiI to nUHlyzetllOrltlJltm Ills marrhge three years ago tintt he has had little lo shy In regardI to his peel life lie la much ugh tated over lea position SeveralI months ago he hail his wifes Insured for 1000 He Is abouttI 32 years of nge Mrs Graham IIs of ono of IliM best families in the county being a nleoo of Messr Ira end Bob Davis who are prom inent business men of Mayfleld ills Wire SITed Ulna My wifes good advice saved my lift writes V M Roy of Wiudold Tonu for I had such n bud cough I could heard ly breathe I steadily grow worse under doctors treatment tat my wife urgedI i mo to nso Dr King s Now Discovery to i Consumption which completely curedII mo Coughs Colds Bronchitis L Urippo Pneumonia Asthma IIav Fev or nnd all maladies ot Chest Throatt and Lungs cured bv this marvellous medicinel oOcts null 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free nt all drug stores TQUARTERLY REPORT OF TH- EHIOKMAN BANK- At the close of buiineea on the 30ih day of December 1899- RESOURCES Loini and Ulieounti less loan I to 8702Lolu00OeflMfte31103Iuefiein 88Uu6SlIalkng110000MnrtcUilirr Stocks and Bond lOtOO peel 4764b3 I D1I0l83Oh63842Etprnpe fl04C0303 LIABILITIES Capitalj l Stock paM In la caiU 6000000 1000000UnJiTlded 38910Dwhich Interest Is not paid 134 21983 19400893 State tf Ktntucky County ofFulton in- II W 0 Johnson Cashier of Hickman Banta Dank located and doing buiiness at No Clinton street in the City of Hickman 1011 county bring duly Morn say the foregoing Report Ilain all re spect a len statement of the condition of tkeealJ Bank at the close or baiineia on tke 30 b dl of Ueo 99 lo the bttt of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank bas beta iraniacteri at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above re port it made In compllaoce with an official notice received from the Store1 ar of tHai designating the 30lb day of Dec 1 1899se a day ou which such report shall b made YO JOHNSON Cashier BuUcrlhed and sworn lo before me by W C Johnson the 3d day of January looa D T DAVIS Notary Public- W L MuCllTCUEK M B iiw I Dlrecorl- W II OLTZER QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUE r rm rI Ann M rcnAnll Ank al be close nf bulne s on the SOb dofDecember 1899- RESOURCES Low And discounts leee loess to Ulreciore 4726080 hones to Directors officers not Included 01166- Ovtfdrafu unsecured 81 95 Uue hOlD National Dank 483l115 Hailng lines and Lot 2VOOOO bjwee 4 095 00 Onrrency 863900- Birangee for Clearlrna 656 09 8 339 0 Olker items carried ac caeh 4000- Bipeniee Ilest Quarter 98979- B I M- V i 63306 14 LIABILITIES Capital Slock paid la In cub 7A000 00 Surplus Fund 100000- Undivided Profit 540- Utpotite eulijCt to check on which liiiereet la not paid 4176981I Due National Banks 571 43 I SG38dOl- 4iktt oj Kentucky County o Fulton it IJ A Thompson Gaehler of Farmer- e anJ Mrcliaitte1 think a Dank toasted 0- t doing business at No Clinton street 1 iu the town of liielcinan In said county be IInl duty sworn says that the foregoint Report la in all reipectn a true tatsmeo of the condition of tbe said Bank at th elms of business on the 30th daY of Dee 1499 to the best of hie knowledge and belief i and further says that Ibo bdiineis of said Bank has been traoeact led at the location named and not elsewhere and that the hove report li made In e rnpU nce with an official online cured tram the Secretary of State deelg- i naiing Ih30lb day of Deo 1899 ae tic rJay on which such report hall be md I A TuounoM Cashier IIJ sworn to before me by PtJ1900 A W LINDSAY Notary Publlo J C CUKEK R dh leLR Director J J 0 UOSDURANT c We Thank Our Many friendsAnd AndCustomers For their influence and very liberal patronage during the trytoWo begun our JANAUARY 1900 CLEARANCE SALE VLA5T WEEK Making PantsHbelery 18cHeavy60 What we havo left in COo Underwear goes for S9c VFowgreatBargainsLadles Rubbers at 250 This has been tho best year of our business career which Is the result of High Grades at Low Pries youYourUASH SHOE STORE E RICE PI 5QQGV I IN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED I To Subscribers ot The NeiuIWtcKly American I 100 GETS 50000 CASH v J Try It You May Get It No One has a Better Chance tkaa Yea NUMBER of grains on an aternzr ilzcd ear of White Indian Corn GUESS 10 Incurs lianieer at Urge end 21 inches In middle 21 Incbm1I 9sad 2 lathes circumference large sad 8 18 iueheii at small end 618 in middle 71 10 The ear of corn Is placed in the Ainrrimn National Bank of N btlUe Tenn uubueked and no one cn poreibly know the number of grains on It The BeiulWeekly American the Irtalnl Semi JSeekiv Newt Family and Farm P perln I tintIKripHon to Weekly American IX ANSI fSOOOO i j fircond correct or nearest correct enew recelrcd cash 15000- I Third corned or nearest correct guess reeeitel fine Top Buggy 76 IXjj Fourth correct or nearest pretest guea received high rude ball bearing I drop lop Qvv drawer Sewing Machine 8600- FIM correct or iitret correct guru received Jones chain dries Mower 6500 Siiih corrector nearest current rue rtcel td Tornado Feel cUHer 6500- i Seventh correct or nearest correct gueee received Scientific Feed Mlll 3600yEighth correct or nearest correct hue4e receive Ltnd Itollern E5 00 2600dTenth correct or nearest oorrrct euest reeeivi lOOt corn jheller 10 00 To the first 1000 Subtcrlbers who tend in twelve months subscription and get whether correct or not will receive a complete History 3 vol witht OCeTOTAL 200000 Conttil elms March 1 1900 No guess will be received bearing postmark later than 137th 1 1930 All awards will be paid Immediately after doling of contest If th ra should be say U gueeee that le two or more guegsts entilllnf the parties to the sacs award It will be equally divided Send in yonr dollar and guess bit notnbit A Niter otoanoa to get It than yourself If you do not gel first you may gel ItO Id T2SS AMBBICAN AHi AYS PAYS ITS PRIZES PUOMPTLY In forcaer con tette U fci paid maul priie We give the name sariaddreas of a few of those whs shats ruhod cwerda Wellington IMwsrds Turnersvllle Tcno 500 oath Chse 4 D COit SpWiN Tone ftoo BIG AGENTS OFFERraft fctol for Agents terms if you went tn not as agent All guesses mutt be 0tajs lisaby 5100 fr twelve mouths eubnriplion AdJrew THE AMERICAN Nashville Tonne WtJ 1 i OrC TO J SHAWSJ H HICKMAN KYtCgq I jY FCR M J Elite Brand of Clothing I f Vnoco11o d VnuaaIsps Unequ len J iiStyle Workmanship Variety Fittingtiges Highest StandardI I Of Artistic Tailoring 1 A I I j t if 1 =THEIMPERIAL OffGAR Dr Talmage Discourses on the Wonders of the Eye The Two Crest Light of the Human Face HOIT They Are Honored Throughout the Iltble11In- dnwr of the Soul Copyright 1900 bjr Louis K101wch- Jin I this discourse Dr Talmage inn Is own way calls attention to that put the human body never perhaps disI II IIof upon Iin the pulpit and chal1I us all to tbe study of om Text Psalm 940 He that formed the rye shall He not see I The imperial organ of the human system is the eye All up and down the 1 Bible God honors it extols it illus l ltratesIt or arraigns It Five hundred r and thirtyfour times It is mentioned lIn the Bible Omnipresence the eye si I II of the Lord are in every place Di vine careas the apple of the eye The cloudsthe eyelids of the morn i j Ing Irreverence the eye thatt mocketh at its father PrideohI f how lofty are their eyes Inattention i I Ithefools eye in the ends of the I earth Divine Inspection wheelsIi full of eyos Suddenness In the I twinkling of nn eye at the last trump j Ollvetlc sermontbe light of the I body is the eye This mornings text j I He that formed the eye shall lie not see The surgeons the doctors the anatomists anti the physiologists understand much of tbe glories of tbe two great I lights of the human race but the vat multitudes go on from cradlo to grave without any appreciation of the two great masterpieces of tbe Lord God AI mighty If God Lad lacked anytbingof infinite wisdom lie woulfl have failed in creating the human eye We wander through the earth trying to see wonder ful sights but the most wonderful sight we ever see is not no wonderful as the instruments through which we see it It has been a strange thing to me for 30 years that some scientist with I enough eloquence and magnetism did not go through tbe country with Illus trated lectures on canvas 30 feet square 4 to startle and thrill and overwhelm Christendom with the marvels of the human eye We want the eye taken from all Its technical ties and some one who shall lay aside all talk about tbe ptorygomaxillary Ilasuros the sclerotic Iis and the calasina of tbe optic nerve andeC in plain common parlance which you el and I and everybody can understand present the subject We have learned men who have been telling us what nurt origin Is and what we were Oh if some one should come forth from the dissecting table and from the classroom of the university and take the platform and asking the help of tbo j Creator demonstrate the wonders of- shat we are If I refer to the physio Jlogloal fijotfi suggested by the former part of ray text It Is only to bring out y In plainer way the theological lessons of the latter part of my text lIe thatnformed the eye shall tie not see t suppose my text referred to tbe hUe man eye since it excels all others In j structure and adaptation The eyes of d fish and reptiles and moles and bats are very simple things because they e have not much to do there an In I seats with u hundred eyes but the bun dred eyes have less faculty than the two human eyes The black beetle swim j mlng the summer pond has two eyes un der the water and two ryes above the water but the four Insectile are not equal to ihe two human Man placed I ul the head of all living creatures must have supreme equipment while jI blind fish In the Mammoth cave of tbeIJ 1 tucky have only an undeveloped organ k of sight an apology for the eye which i Iif through seme crevice of the mountain I they should go Into tbe sunlight might be developed into positive eyesight I In the first chapter of Genesis we find that God without any consultation ere tied the light created the trees createdi tbe lUh created the fowl but when He wasabout to make man He called a con ventlon of divinity as though to imply that all the power of Godhead were to be enlisted In the achievement M111 u make man Put a whole ton of emphasis on that word us Let us mak man And if Cod called a convention of divinity to create man I think th- I e two great questions In that were how to create a soul nnd how to make nn appropriate window for that emporor to look out of Sep how God honored the eye beforeI wars t utterance I there be light In other words be fore He Introduced tnnn lame this tern pie of the world He illumined It pro pared it for tilt ivpslght And so after the last human eyo has been destroysI In the hail demolition of the world star art to fall and the sun is to ceaseI its shining and the moon is to turn into I blood In oilier words after the humanI I eyes are no more to be pro11 ted by their shining the chandeliers of Heaven are I aDdI1 t on the mantel of leaven two lamps H gold lamp and a silver Inrop the outj for the day und the other for the night To show how jod honors the eye look I at the two halls bult for the residencee i IheiIIi riotjsly wrought together Kingly palace of Ivory Iis considered rich but the halls for the residence of the human eyes are richer by so much QA human bone Is more sacred than elephantine tusk See how God honored the eye s when He math n roof for them so tilalI the sweat of toll should not smart themj and the rain dashing against the fore t bend might nordripinto them the eyebrows not binding over the eye Jim h 2reaching to the right and to the left s o 1 that tbe rain and the sweat should IIP compelled to drop upon Ihe cheek iDI i stead of fading into this divinely pro tected human cyealgbt ry See how God honored the eye In the fact presented by anatomists and phys ologists that there are SOO contrivancesI in every eye For window shut ten the eyelids opening nnd closing 80000 timesI a day The cycUsbes to constructor that they hove their selection as toI what shall be admitted saIngto IB e dust Stay out and saying to the light Come In For Inside curtain the Iri5 or pupil of the eye according as the light is greater or less contract ing or dilating The eye of tfte owl Is blind In the daytime the eyes of some creatures are blind at night but the human eye so marvelously constructed It tan see both by day and by night Many of the other creatures of God ran move tbe eye only from side to side but thehnmoryosomarrelauslrcon structed has one muscle to lift the rye and mother muscle to lower the eye seed another muscle to roll it to the right and another muscle to roll It to the left and another muscle passing through a pulley to turn it round and round an elaborate gearing of six mus vies as perfect as God could make thorn There Is also the retina gathering the irays of light and passing the visual fm pression along the optic nerve about the t ithlckoefts of the lamp wick passing the ivisual Impression on to the sensorlutn I and on into the soul What a delicate Jlens what an exquisite screen what soft cushions what wonderful cbom I iIstry of the human cyel The eye I washed by a slow stream of moisture j whether we sleep or wake rolling im perceptibly over the pebble of the eye and emptying into a bone of tbe nos I tril a contrivance so wonderful that it can see the sun 05000000 of miles away I and the point of a pin Telescope and I microscope in the same contrivance The astronomer swings and moves this way nod that and adjusts and readjusts I the telescope until he gets It to I tbe right focus The mIcroscopist I moves this way and that and adjusts and readjusts the magnifying glass un I til it is prepared to do its work but tbeIhuman eye without a touch beholds I the star and the smallest insect The traveler along the Alps with one glance takes In Moot mane and the face oflhis watch to see whether be has time to climb it Ob this wonderful camera obscurn which you and I carry nbont with us so from the top of Mount WnsbII ington we can take in New England a so at night waves sweep Into our vision the constellations from horizon to horlcsons So delicate ao semiInfinite oca C yet the light coming 0300COOO of miles at the rate of 200000 miles a second obliged to halt at the gate of the waiting until the portcullis be lift d Something hurled 93000000 of miles and striking an Instrument rhlthshas not the agitation of even frisking under tbe power of the stroke There also Is tbe merciful arrangement of the tear gland by which the eye is washed and through which rolls the tide which brings relief that cornea in tears when some bereavement or great loss strikes us The tear not an 1 augmentation of sorrow but tbe breaking up of the anvils of frozen grief in the warm gulf stream of con solation Incapacity to wrap is mad I ess or depth Thank God for the tear glands and that the crystal gates are so easily opened Ob the wonderful I hydraulic apparatus of the human eye I Divinely constructed vision Two light houses at the harbor of the immortal soil under the shining of which the world sails in and drops anchor 1 What an anthem of praise to God Iis the human eye The tongue is speechless nnd a clumsy Instrument of ex pression as compared with it Have you not seen the eye flash with indigna tion or kindle with enthusiasm or ex pand with devotion or melt with sym pithy or stare with fright or leerJ with villainy or droop with sadness or pale with envy or fire with revenge or twinkle with mirth or beam with jlore It is tragedy and comedy and pastoral and lyric In turn liars youj not seen its uplifted brow of surprise or Its frown of wrath or its contrac tbingilieve the eye rather than the lips The ryes of Archibald Alexander and Charles G Finncy were the mightiest part of their sermons George White field enthralled great assemblages with shis eyes though they were crlpped with strabismus Many a military chief ethin has with a look hurled n regiment Lutherewho came to take his lire and tbe vil lain fled Under the glance of the hu man eye the tiger with live times a mans strength snarls back into the African jungle subllmt Icy of character when xve tied him in the call of duty sacrificing his eyesight Through studying at late hours unit trying all kinds of medicament to pre serve his sight he had for 12 years hero coming toward blindness and utter awhile one eye was Natively gone HU phvMdan warned hits that if he eon Unwed reading and writing he would rlolle the other eye But he kept on with his work and said uftpr sitting In total darkness The choler lay lilt fore me between dereliction of u su prime duty and loss of eyesight In such n ease I could not listen to toe physician not If Awiulaplus himselfr hid spoken from his winct nary I couldI not but obey that Inward monitor II know not what spoke to me from II ear en Who of its would Imve grave enough to wicrlttce our eyes at the ci I of duty j i Bui thank nor some irbv4tn rtII j shied to seer without VKT acid MO j Gen Huvclock the son of tie nsT in i COODcerolngtether nut himself with tie army j were encamped one evening time after 1 1 uphiltI ling la words us near ns I win recollect Soldiers there are two or three bun dyed women children acd men at Cn vn pur lit shut mercy of lava Suhlbnnd hlk butriiir These poor people soy any jfIJtb hour be sacnttcefl Hew mtjny fit jtjri will go with me for the rescue oMhtjse women and children I know yfru art all worn out und so am 1 but ulifu jjst who will march with me to ave tilts women and children hold tip your hand Then Hnvelock sold I l lsol most dark and my eyesight Is v rtI t JourrtlISlbudsI r ward to Cawopurl That heros eyet though almost extinguished In tbe service of God and his country couirtI see across India and across the teD tunics But lot anybody who has ant good eye be thankful and all who but thuokfuTake thenforI I wonder the behavior mlDInblindbutstablesA thblindrat Ddfoundt upo the horses and the grateful nnd sym morDiDgh surgeohethought e could glee the groom something better than money In the mornIng IK said to tbe blind groom Step out Into the sunshine You are 40 years 0iI yourblindness sightItI peratenIPaying the poor mans way to Parti tbe operation was successful For tlr first time the man saw his wife air children and having taken n goad look at them he turned and said Let look on my friend the surgeon lII has opened all this beautiful world me and shown me my loved oe teI Was not that glorious Only lbi w1rIhave been restored from utter dI omntpetenblessing You often find In a book of inset script a star calling your attention lo footnote or explanation That star the printer cells an asterisk But all the stars of the night heavens are as tarisks calling your attention to Gad all oloaorrfag God Our ovary nerve Divine handwriting Our every mss cle a pulley Divinely swung Out- very bone sculptured with DFVfnc sag stivcnes Our every eye a reflec lion of tbe Divine eye God Altars is and God beneath us and God uf ro 11I sad God behind tis and God within n What a stupendous thing to Ivr jI What a stupendous thing to dial NI thing as hidden tranter85IA dramatic advocate in oMen tlnv at night in a courtroom persuaded the Innocence of his client cbairj with murder and of tbe guilt of tf witness who was trying to awes tjl poor mans life Btbat advoeat j took up two bright lamps and tbi them close up to the face of the ness and cried May lit pteu v court and gentlemen of the jury hold the murderer and the via practically under that awful glare OB tensed that he was the criminal Initrad of the man arraigned at the heir ohm friends our most hidden An iit n brighter light than thntl It i eiderIiI the burning eye of God He Is not a blind giant ant bling through the Heavens He is not a blind monarch feeling for the sfes of his chariot Are you wronged lie Rees It Arc you poor He sere It have you domestic perturbation of which the world knows nothing tie sees It Oh you say my attain arc so Insignificant 1 cant realize that sod sees mo ind sees my affairs Cap you see tbe point of a pin tan you see the point of a needle Can yon lee- R mono In tbe sunbeam And has God given you that power of minute obwr ration and does He not possess it Himself He that formed tbe eye shall lie not seer But you say God Is in ore worHT and I am in another vorlrl He writs so far off from me I dont really think He sees what Is going on In tay life Can you me the sun 93000ooo mile away and do you not think God hay saysThereart colors shades of color In mr an noyances and ray vexations that I dunt think God can undrrmnd Does not God gather up all the court and nil the shades of color In tbe rainbow And do you suppose there U llfsthatI own heart Besides that I want to tell you It strttrgleThatlentil and strung and hinged aid tiltIti ltdBef A legend of St Frotobert lis that jii mother was blind and Ihr was no oirflj iclayrlIhiMI11tI I yyqthatulna dead unrirtthe kiss of the tlllrr- Ntinn ofenflI thpeItyerrdependentwith un uncertain staff felt She way And for the stgrdl of dim IIIrhah9ll t whom It ml h ttfIj I darkened v len rle1 duvbreflk comes inlI What a beautiful epitaph that isit IinitIpry1 i r ItfpjIII 101S40I v The Itlchf Und Sllnp It isl fstmuted that greater qua nil tintini rs 02 oaru I r SECRETARY GAGES BLUNDER lirru the llJpuMtcnii Ireu U Up lit lIniauclalrThere tan no longor bo any doubt of lie fact that Mr Gage has Irreparably iiinagud the administration of which t4 id part by his notion in dotlgnit np thti National City hank of New 1 ark as tko general depository for rev c alleatlon The severity of tho blow which ho nits utrwek Is best shown by the man fOr in wbluh lloading republican newt liipers have received It The Chicago Tribune characterizes It as foolish MSIIA polity ef governmental Interference r rnnaetal atteSts for tbe benefit of ock market speculators Is not viewed ah lava ty the public It prefers that he Roverannat ihonkl remain neutral Thii prefectaoe IIs snared by the Tribune i betuve It neither right nor r the government to attempt 10 bolste- ip a aagglag stock market by exhibiting bleakIi u too Me a contract The government may be harmed more than tbe steak tsar- hetl li helped The Journal of the some city sari Mr Gage has done ffto administration more ham than any of its enemies and the Inter Quests follows Should Mr Gage resolve te quit the Cabinet sad tie settle of a people which good hrmore4ly but Analy tleettes to rvRsrd him at a fhwolal Keetoe ne one iuli the tfimialaaiag ra ffwitwi coterie woui lament Mi depanere the rejntk tear party would rent a sense of relief jnd the aailua would proceed upon tu way o ciair- TbJ Philadelphia Press of which the llIItfJtrotloaIwbr It says that Mlf the privilege of ENEMY TO KING MARK TJutt grossly Ubeloaal Why tie dearest the trusts have receiving these deposits lis wanted is- is because It Is valuables If It Is vat uable the privilege should be paid for whether It Is held by one bank In one city or by several banks In several Ht don The Providence News approve Cf Hbo storm of vrltkrlsm In which It IIs Indorsed by the Baltimore Amer jdlin and the Milwaukee Sentinel Met that the prvjudtat against loaning the public fund to banks tit present Is too strong to dlttrvKunl sew Even the Boston Traveler feel s called upon lo protest nod the Ban gflr Commercial feels that it lIs a gi antic job Thus we might p on in CagehasIgnts from tvpubllcHn newspapers against his action Atlanta ConnUtc tlun The TORB unit the 1m Senator Manna has vnu e l to l published a complaint against the newspapers for J aylng too muub at iontiun to him Hi says They for IleadftntesI garry dignity with it Mr Ilnnim Is both right und wrong in rwtpwrt lo this uintler nil ponltlon of United StntiMi M nntor should Jndl puiably jurrv lilgnity with it find jUl HK in llBputMhly it dues cnrrv dignity with t if the person rifts owuplps the po TltJon IB himself n nun of dignity Hut if hu lack tlio o chornituriMiuii wlileh ItKrontu tIll orcupnnt of the grint of flee of finaor or If he hJmwlf lie not Jlgnlfltd it vnnnot him with dignity TlKs dfgnity dop niln upon thu nuns inside the toga tint upon th njrn or the seat In the senate If he t llto tart puro statesman iot a nitiv politic Itn if Ilie tins KitriotlHm IH zeal jlis In wifcgnnrdinp till nblio went sf he putts country before and flu juoples interest before hh own 0 Mnttor of tin United States will1 late vaue to complain that the news ptipors do not honor him as u senator tr reui jrnlzc isle senatorial dignity Plillndellili Ledger turns nyally lo the American people when ho wants anything lie turns now to ask theta for 100010000 wlthwhlch loI HJMlile the shipping biiilnrskof a JwVmlnent republlcaos fit Louh Republic I 1 rM A TIME TO COOL OFF Iretlilcnf M KluK r has flees Get ling Up Too Mil uli Steam tie the Ieuiilc Mr MoIClnley has been at Manila a year and four months lie hu had un disturbed possession Under the protaa tlon of scores of thousands of onyunels he has had the fullest opportunity to putlnto practice his benevolent as slntntlontlhat the result this Intlmat Intercourse A general uprising of the people plotted and only prevented by- a lucky chance the garrison of MIflu peopleHestay bf rolled n more strenuous tort of be nevoleni assimilation In the outlying districts for 11 months lie has wept the towns and the rural districts of Luzon with tire and sword onlyrwhere he is protected by a clinic of bayonets guerrilla warfare in the north insurgent armies In the south Mr McKlnley has spent upon hit war In appropriated moseyt10000OOtIn debts which cdflsreM Is expect NWCOiInI opendoorhotly by the expcndlturn of a few dol ltorrage11bntpines than the opportunity for Amcr leans to develop the commercial lion slbtHties of this islands and use thmh tis depots for t he orientAl trade these objects and nil the nnral Italians and n protectorate If we with It canM all have been galnedoan all still be gained ANOTHER THE I HAmiA 1 am eaary tJaatII do be clothe party JIrehlnley of without bloodshed without taxing the Anserlonn people without giving the world the melancholy sp vtuulv of a democratic republics nrmtdent dray lug that humus beings have human rightsBecame wrongbecausefolly Is that any reason why the Amer lean people should continue to tolerate his blundering la the cuslly etlort to Imitate Kuglaud at her word Does not the superheated Mr Me Klnley need a vigorous cold douche of Atntrlcau common Manl H V World POINTED PARAGRAPHS An Imperial burglar went through tint protective tariff league and found nothing worth tuktog away cwith him N V World A dumevrattu coteatorary says thntllannala a Mood thing for the demo ocruts nnd that the Ilonger he sticks the bettor he Is 1ha advice however is not likely to be token unit Mr Humna should not relax hula hold on his own scalp Cltivin nut I liniiilror If It is right that our ling should protect polygamy and slavery In the Ihlllpplofs then Abraham Lincoln was wrong when he said This country cannot exist half slave nnd half free IfpnlCDiDy IIs sacred and entitled to the protection of our Hag In the Sulu archlprlngo then it IIs a farce to arraign Roberts for his polygamous practice Ixjs Angeles Herald vagnenesseand cowardice on the part of thole parikularly among the repulillcans ietIsgunge which everybody can under tVanO and simple propositions for tho suppression of the trusts which can be 1easily comprehended of tbe vulgar N 0 TimesDemocrat So fast ns the country can expand rightfully legally honestly democrats everywhere will be glad to aid In the expanding But an expansion which must come by bad faith by crushing representative governments anywhere on earth by saddling a system of mil itnrlim on the country that sort of unI MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS ColumWn So 0hasnn ordinance which riHiulrw that gatos should iwiBgr Inward The omatcv jll tree Uldntw com mnnla leI believed In Kgypt to koep assay JACMftulloe The vattre ot the ImiWHU nf pna toes Into liofflamt ourls la estimated at about 800900 Now Orleans rtpratanU more than half Ute total vnlmiUcw of Louisiana and oousaqH uUy lays Mora thou half tho taxes rho Otbwaa lwisr their pie u by placing bcforo Uwm UM oldest eggs oliUlniibl whisk are QOMldursd their greatest doltooaj Tho board at uiiuoatioti nd the po lieu d MirtMat of Now fork are the two mOlt ovponalvo departments uf tho munlolpal geTorauienU Colin tlvolj their tttolntcnauce lOSt 5 J 000000 n year A roaldHt of Datwion Oily writes As for U say ubiorvHUflHa po the alimata here IIs aa titttaltta fr raiting vtnter whO aa in nay plaaa IB the nortkwoatarn or the imrlhern atatr of Awortra Vmn my oKpoHtne of the teat two yaura 1 site no reason why titlel oenMtry should not be able to prodiwo Its awn vafttaMaa and gralMN A rooster flpMrod proailn aUy la a onio whisk warn txloel In UM Cen T Itiaml iwMt aMsrt ilea other day The fowl tad IHMM itoian se the jiUJntUT claimeel itaWl te lwot of Ida aaaartloH he wised It liy HJMD Horyo Dewey Immadhttvly the rooster erowed need Happed Ito wings and It was forthwith trasd ever la Its riffatfal owat- ELECTRICITY IN CHURCHES The Jtont Mixlnrn ti Hnitm are D lug llrwuiihl tutu Use la These Ilillnrr IUeetrierlty la wt to stioas neon to ohurvltM lit nth r baUdlage la fans la it nwra eeetaaty uaapluy rf IJa taia aity all now aktwakaa art pro sWed with usetrkal eRsdpmcat anti1 many old cfcufeite alaa lush boon alas Uariy aajJpfis The cure la mtlracaii UaUy true of All citlM anal terra to which thee are ta IMI foamal ataotnc HteNta aVNM esiajifhr bare oasplefre1 pleat of their own on tko prvtcilaw but th grolor Lather take tote oar test front tka attest main IstwidM Its are for lighting psorposoi Heetriaityla sow commonly vtasfloyvil la okmtina for nsnnlar a sauior to j ratai tka tNfwi bellow This motor can bo sot in ntotUm or stopped by tt orsranUl aa kv sit in kia plan at the keyboard simply by tko tare lug of a switch and IB uparatioa it arcnaaanodatew Itself to tho sjamaaxia upon H running1 lower when tko bol lows k full sad faaiar agala a It to enspUedIn newer a ucbssad swat nppHntKWK Ware abo hoes pot fateTolder eears ru wnjai 1reIt U provided with olevlriml applhuMW tf ate0e of whisk UM ralvM erf MM srr gaa plprs are oyitiaU PortHnrljr tm was don by means ef uraehaahl ap pllanec that wmtv eftrutod Uy tko preening down of the koy Now each key ila ronn vtMl by a wire with the valve of the pip to which It belongs sad wises a key Is pressed down Ito wIre U broofkt late oontaot with aasupply wire mualng akMsg wader keyboard the airewlt la closed and by means of the power those tmaiaeaittetl1 alaatg the wire from tile key the vue IIs opened It la of oovrw foist open until tha contact la broken by tke re lease of the key Organs set wp In mrpnrnte section In n ohureh ara mn nectvil by wire In the settee Maaaer keyboard ntrd laI n chtuvh are now likely to ko koyhoardaCTtHrrh b clertriHty front n kayuonnl HlW UNit of n piano or organ at which UM player sits with kin wnult lnifor9 hen Chin playing as formerly done lrI thn prwejoff down of lover to wWfck awniA rtmnlnr to the bells vn attaahad eased for wry coMldrnbla nutrtloa on the Jimrt of the IIsMer HOW tna heaviest na uall at the NgktiMt hilt u rang simply by pressing a kayo1r1 A lnn OnlU A mnn tat think whoa t1sMatg a call to leave Ida uiabrtlhr o artand aranhttee In the hall Aoajh ha may carry his hat and at utt to tbdrewiHsrrootH lie must ackte whenever a lady enters Um taom antil whether loaner or hoot he mwH serer look at hit watch Bzevpt Ilk hits own hone ko should near dad a seat for another he toast not etftr Ma own chair to anyone and akottts ronwv his glove before shaking kaanlc Wom ans Homo Companion To Unit Sugar forClear Gsnrtr Put one pound of gnuiulatrd egar IIIn a aattoapan with oaelialf pint ot tutor stud n pinch of cream tartar stir woll before It bolts BO that tho sugar nary not settle und burn When well diso+ ledrIr no morn but lot thit mixture bon till fine bubbles appear then begin to try In cold water It It snaps like glaze between tho teeth readyforolonr candy may be nmdcv IIouso hold Magnzlnc Knrlltailr rlDoj young persons against tho sorrows of llfVrThe preceptress of the aeminarr milled n sad haunting smllo Yes site answtrvd In n low voice but distinctly we teach theta how fto weep without making thoir noses radlIHere nguln we were reminded vastly the scope of thiontion had win tne Lelneo the days ft ouryotlthDo troll lourraht LIT II I r r 7 i P r BRYAN IS SANGUINE Says Democrats Are United for the Corning Fight The rroupccllvc Onndldntr tars Pres- Ident AViiVmly ltco t veil nt JaoU Nutt Uiiy llniiiiiiel In Clilonuiii The Jarkson day banqvet at Ch leasts Srtunlny January 4h s ucronllng to Wlllutinf J Uryan a trtCHl to the citys drmeerliry The Nebraska leciVr we lrincilali speaker aril In his ocre Mill The years which asre laptd tine WM now bow ih vcttrt of tb party when h Ir ronoclme thvtr Judgment r4 ihtri rtnlnttlon arnee roud ran rtalitt I ihf fena within and the tott with ut an4 Vip ths pary true to Its high ntlonlon nt uIP rnirr ntMv of the irruKsiins mhare in ihotr nt rr4ns contest with tli t tirivllc i 4 dewsI The pluurrallr luau nlW hlrh on tti la t nations eampstx- and vhlch bnv Hottd In powrvtr sltic e hay rut bn lip ic fcrct II rurrmijtr hr a stasis lark or lint ory slot of thv IhlcjBo platform a Aftr a tAr r rs t ur1il of the ateae Y- prlton by our oppunnl tny rrolUy h re nrrtntualtd Its laip rmoct by pri Uttar a rturncy bl whlrh wvuIU Ihuvt rMl nnttl the rrrutian pasty to owr wbvlntltr Otftat If It t 4 bier proposed t jr th pr M4tnt In his Inter of are pUnc TAe WI11110 bad that it c u4 rot lit frt dI through th congre haIIn tree but inI ties wfttn th ptopl wirengagd In a war for humar ty the aranttn captur4 eon- eras t whtl iLc relIt Hi I a4ra with t rsptrtoi patrlotUm wire pUadln to tb l osM iu uphold th prnl4DI what th- treaty e with ipaln wa tlnc concluded TM pfcplt wen tain upon th ccurlualoij ut the war waprtl ftr the polltioa tad HR4s cc of the Cuban aid the WallI iri marau wen tu 41nK toe th nnanrtal ubuRai oa of the pradncor o wealth It the Inltrd State llrttrlis lien Currrucr 11111 The mrrtRcy bll fastens iw t Ih faatM alai rytetw Of llIe old world aad sublets iMioall the dttarbueo kllsr1 them while 1t ptaem tIM control of th volttw paper met IaI the head of a bask iraat which wlU be as Mrcll to the prop ofr this covntry aa Wr waa to the rcea eeamdo The icht for Mmuiitsm s t the title of ixtta to onw has aol ho- lest n l The rrasd strcductloii of told ha ahvwa the advaetage f MOT moavy andI has aMwr d the argamset eo often said hat IM parlay esald BI he Mainlalatd t cao or lbYerpeauctie ef sliver Th fBhl against Milk no rlrrulatlon will Brow uroKirtr cc th i big bank w low up IM llttl sae and aa the pvopl I liars that a prmat at nation beak not nrcutatica cared a at present aeUtata a prma fjt eel ieiasag eatMnalI drblt hare dteeesed the trust question la t Mn elty w rratly that It Is only nrrs ary for MI to say that the democrat- party wilt Matt the lou with a puin st I positive remedy Thr republican party l I unable ti enact and rfort tfllrltm anal truss laws Wha nw Itgstatlos la Ih naadtd ropiiblleaa l0 i say that th I prrMt law Ie ps Seat III when a new trwtl la pound l out rpttbtn oHIrlal pay that the Ilaw does ROIOf r Iht ease This ad JIItbw view of the Ilaw rtMird nst cuf th Uttl lay at Iheslot MM father was h p art a haste sad tlllt boy st lalsitd What all that top Braadmar s rpll1 in father this ale M fvr you say NIl Oh i kai a IMUo Mir fompiatoo UM bsjsr Iiuperlallsnt a alrunIt Floe qvoMlo of ImswHaUtui will occupy a inoMln paet In the neat campaign Iil mattr not whether the war la the lhis plo nds in the near faturv orentttu sI until i ctiun The people mul dtrmmthe policy to M pursued In regard to th FUllpino That polio wuat ontsapat I the oltisnat In4tpi d nc of the Dili i no or that p ncan Bl rrttntloa under Amrr I toIpa 1 a Btvta the hop of f ui rlttiwnihlpor ih y roust o dunned tu the lot of autjivta Who dlr s to admit them to nhar aadI share sake with us la tbt dtitiny of thl re pttbHcT The UcXiHry r koJut on which put me4 Ike aonat lea torch by rrpubllran tale aLrataem that the Iblitppia island wer- eserer to become aa trttgral part of the UallMl Blair If ww rt tanI poawision prraantly tha we Rust br prepared to upport by forr a war wbKh will eery- cease r to bas obaoxrwe to the shire popula tie- Cnlllnlni Pulley ta Upii ril Klgtand hat Nee Ir control of India fo a century and a half ard yet Air Morrtaon an KaeUshmaa I ctnlly pubiuhed then Ir not rtOfdlrII native par of lafliMnc which Jtaclteh Bovtrnrnvni He 110 the ferocity of the educated riasota None o who uadrtaid history cr human nature ran expect as al government 10 be Mttafactory We cannot adopt a colonial policy without Sffvortac the doctrine of arBovvniment to lot ch Mshed In this ccur try and we cannot Ifftorc that doctrIne In dealtnK with the Klltplno without erdaa penny Ill cxUtEC la the United States Upon what ground can forcible annexation be defended Is It vn the theory that the Klllpinea art Iccapabl of alfgevern met Clay In dlncustlng the reroiutleas which led to the utabliehiwent of the South American rtputUxo declared that lfeovnrmnvni Ila the natural government and as nertd that thoo who dewy the capacity of any people for eeifeovernmeat Impeach the wladoNi or tht Creator Clay was right Till doctrine that It I the duty of a power ful nation to crow aa ocean end tore an alien government upon another race which happen to inhabit valuable lands I b a due trine ronrrlvrd In avarice born In Iniquity and defended always by hypocrisy When We enter upon a policy of empire we ceane to be a mural factor In the worlds prosrrvaa lleretcfor we have sympathised with all peopl atrufKllns for the right td govern themselves but now when the Hears are wllllnK to dl In defense of their repub lie the advocate of aa Imperial policy are unable to expres sympathy because we are ourselves engaitd In a war of conquest The opponent of Imperialism sympathize with the Iloers not because ICnirland the aggressor but bcaus of the American belles in he Declaration Independence Ire Gull Mniulnril Do yon know what the told standard meaner he asked Why when the line fish armies lost three battles In South At rica and there was disturbance London It manlftstcd Itself In New York aad It was necessary for thv great financiers to ruih In with tlOWiOOW of gold to bring Interest down from 114 per mat and necessary for the treasury to step In and sup WallUtI1Q- UI H a few rversea In a war with a handful of Don shakes Nw York with the sold standard where will your gold standard be If Bntfand ever reaches a na Ion of hr 11111 They talk about prosperity Yes there has been acme prosperity but the larger portion of prosperity has gone not to the mauveS of lbs people but te the few who hove linen favored limply by republican legislation Nearly naif of the people ot this country work upon the farm and there IsI not a republican policy that can bring onythlrtr of gout to the farmer The good tbt farmer unjoyu must com from one of two oureeamaser from nn Increased crop or trim toestawd pprices Can the repub Jima party bring an incrcnntd crcp Yeu ivirall suppoue from the way r j ublrans brag about lurg crops that the republican party held in Itu + mall the shoWErs and gave abundant rains when the people were gaud I aad repwbllcsn and drought and not I rcpatboIatop to think for a moment he will know that the republican party doe not control the rain btcaus If It did there would Lt a monopoly of water and you would have youlamerprice tel a farmer r crop Trusts Puttered liy the Party VTIill tha republicans have not relied the price et what the farmer has to sail they here permitted the orgaalzatlonof msansjtjUoa that raise tb price et whatwi tarmac has to buy And If the republican party oaansjt bring down rain from the t4suds it can chart the farmer more for pipe when h goes down Into the ground after water rnshistoryaor maa TOtplnoI wouldever be gad to have us severs thm What exere eta be given for UT I hm heard three Ike drat la the tnny arguntnt that it will peC hat then Is mealy la It Th aooad b the r t lilloos aIlnmfstthat Ood to la it Aad Ut third IsI aloe political argutaent thai wean la It and chorea get em laud not dwell upon the money argument Dr Tay lor has already coMnented nyoa that TheeI the bastf dollars and cnt8pplle to that subject the same prtaclp that the or the htfhwayman applies You canno- very will go to a mournlnc mother and itther that U pays to have her boy die The ravttier of this country will send their sons to Bgh fbr liberty sad If the tent tall tilt mother rola that Owl gave them strength to bear seam for such ruble sin Ice But where I the mother who will rout wet tor dollars and eau to be exchanged for oriental iradt- Drorlen Wnr for lain And yet tH mat who says It will pay has got to put a poruasary estimate upon the lives of Americas soldiers He has pot tu toll you bow much we are going to sfwnd ta money and Mow much In raea and thou how muck each man to worth I believe In the exteaslni of trod 1 want this ration to extend Its trade I want this nation tot have coHiiHuakaiton UlaN the progpls of tM world I want this solos to mall forth the products of Its sH sad supply the needy everywhere Hut I would not taut one America n whaler on the auction block and trade him elf for the coffers of the oriental Then b a more potent argument than etthat at money 1 1 la the religious arcumtnt Very few men will attempt to defend im perialism on the bart ef dollars and crab but many have attempted to defend It on- t the baM of rellRtova grounds Convince a roan that It la hit regatoue duty to do a thing and he will do tt CoavfaM him that it M his religious duty to take his money and Km It to oMon eke and he win do M ONIWace him that It IIs his religious duty to give his Hf and he will tn it nut more unfortunate stilt man b so cooed tailed that if you will convtMre biro that 1 e tis hla rNlgleua duty to take awmebody else mosey he will isle Convtstce him that It k bin religious duty to tak someone lea moneyMaelows takes by men who haw deluded them selves with the fdett that God IM them M somebodyldties other day that It was oats work that Cod had opened the door of the rHHtvJn Islands and puohod w in sad slut M door Ther e w war The question I ak lot Who toM him oT IMd Ood tell him If so when tieswbrf Lad If and did not tell him to whom did Ood weal II T I hare seen re- P publican going up and down this land totting about Oods plan when I haro known that If Ood knew them aa well aa 1 114 Ne nerK would haw rowali say thing to thorn Yew Will AM that tWo roll Il1e arfiwnat II 1 potent ca Ak rsad tkstra 1 M sae wtta INM a rtgu 1 tell us that OMemstsaaMtfa Ytnkt to laka another clans tK erty or another vitas life There to no oae who cn patent rre deallaJ that would uetlfy hlsn la com aantlinc ua la the name of Qod to do wrong Inrntlrl to llnrr War jYhea tne Cuban were struggling for the right to eovrn themnlra both the great naUonal eouvallor put In their platform deviarallena of eympathy with UM struggling Cubaaa But over ta South Africa Ui Boer are gltktlag for a reptile lie and this nation the greatest repub lie In the worW a nation that heretofore teas announced with boldness Ita sympathy with aH who telc to govern Utemsoive this nation 1ItaVttIa its hands tied actd its mouth gagged frlBK to say a word as a rally for fear tIN answer win come tack Whafa the matter with the PHI plnor our sympathy for the Doers the sympathy ef the opponents of Imperialism heir does not rest upon the fact that Rag land Is the aggressor It rt upon the fact that It Is aa American prtoolplc that to at take anti no matter who U the aggres sor we believe in the deetrine of self overnmeni What mockery to appeal to a Dlvln8 Irovldence to aid In the overthrow f the Mrtsielple of our governmentI It may be that the time has come when this nation conceived la Ill rty shall be turned over to the doctrine of the past It may beno man can tell what the future has la store But If It Is true that the time has come when then fundamental prtnctntM will be changed If n to true that upon the ruins of a homogeneous republic IIs to bo built a btortnoua empire I ltroy ta Oed that the party ef JerTonon and Jackson may die with the republic rather than live with the monarchy NuttierTrust One of the stork arguments tc favor of ratttetlon is knocked Into tnithcr tons Ity Coininissioner CliuinborlBln of tho govur unent navigation bureau in his pamphlet favoring HbJdiee He shows conclusively thus there is no good reason why a protective tariff should now be mal talnctJ in that pour try In treating of the marked Increase of interest In the establishment of an American merchant marine Mr Chntn berlain atttt to the necessity for such inurlnt service by stating that it is demanded for the carrying of American goods abroAdOIOUI manufactures have developed so rapidly lie says that the place the home market filled in the political dlteuMlonn of 1C or 20 years ago Is now filled by the foreign markets this reds 001 prolvotlon down to what wt all know it has do locndcd It has become n factor in ktrengtlienlng anti fostering tho trust system Protection IB the mother of truU Pittsburgh Post That Mnj MoKlnlpy Boas not Tijrnnl binl l 1Nhettoii as nn assured filing nmy be judged from the fact that he bus already partially made arrangements for nn apron the CtU ncnt Dtntnplng tour nlmnnr to the one ho made last fall He will make roar platform speeches wherever tho party managors may consider them necessary Similar trips are to be made to the New nglonltEtules nil of which shows that the noble and Im perial major isnt expecting tho alk over that less shrowd members of hU party are predicting Johnstown pa Democrat Xew Orleans ropretmtts moro than the total valuation of the rest of Louis lana and pays more thou half the taxes SPIONAGF IN FINLAND Constantly Under the Close SurvclJl BUCO of the Itnsalv- Government Whatever may be the opinion as to whether the Kustifleatlou of Finlano IK ti itf ccMnry part of the consolidation of tha Ituislan empire cr nut U Is cer twin that the method employed in oar ryhigout this policy merit tinltursal condemnation The first atop of the povernment which opened the eyes of FlnJaiider to the fate in store for thorn was the Hppointinent of a new governor general Jen Bobrikoff whose course ol nction In the suppression of the IJul tit provinces was marked by nets which in JCugland would be considered spook lap plainly as Inhuman Now if there be one system which appears to an Englishman more de tplcable than any other It is that of agent provocateur and It la upon this system that Urn Bobrikoff IU relying to stir up a revolt In 1lnwnd which would ut ouo become the exouae for a com plete wiping out of the nation For the Oftthe plan the sjovt or general has overrun the countrywith a large number ol gendarmes or secret police agents whose work IIs of n purely political na ture and who are in fact nothing but spies The geBdarmle is a body which is much employed in lluttla where it Ib nlipoviorful but until recently such an Institution was unknown In Finland Let me give an Idea of the way in which this force la employed to aggravate the people by its espionage The governor general has quite lately commanded the senate to forward to the btskops chapter a denunciation of several clerics of the Lutheran faith because that in certain Luthrrnr churches unsuitable reflection not np pertaining to n Christian sermon and having reference to the preicnt pollti hat statf of Finland Lave been made One minister to whom the Indictment referred had the temerity to reply that he was not answerable to the governor general for the contents of hUsermoLS And that when a charge was made against him he poneEed the right tc know In specific terms in what man ner be had offended and to be furnished Everye or importance is today subjected to a strict surveillance and all that he or the may say or do is duly reported to Oen Tobrikoff by his faltbfal pen daruuTle and it is In this way that they try to the utmost the tempera of a pod pie hitherto accustomed to an tiP tram mauled freedom of prch and notion I gtlete yet another instance of those nets of petty tyranny and annoyance wkJuu are now of almost dally ooonr rente A bank manager la Ilcldngfors wot surprised not long ago by a visit froth one of ttobrikotrs atjeuta It to aM- iday to Hk yon whether it k true Ui4r iliDSIlilt is bankers unwelcome great 1 believe so was the reply and aa a sign of re spec to the memory of the dead pet ii Ident of the house of burghers The- agent then came to business We have Information that the flag was not at halfmast on the occasion of tile death of the grand duke The banker could only reply that he was not aware wheth er this was the case or not as he was away irons Jielsiagfors at the time It is by such methods by a continuous system of nagging and fpying tltat their life is made a burden to the Fin clih people and it is by tinge ineeni that the governor general hopes to pros joke a resistance which could have but one ending Londcn Chronicle BURIAL OF WASHINGTON Tlic ItllpN uf Sepulture Were t+ hurl and Miuplr AVIirn lie Flrt- ImI Uc nt AVn Laid Away The with of Wishington whioh IudI cnUd the possible apprehension oi I burial alive was scrupulously observed Thorn funeral did not take place until the afternoon of the following Wcduetday although leaj Lear would have hand the ceremony put oft until Saturday had tbtIttime the body had been planed in a mahogany doflln lined with load and In cJosud in a Cube covered with black cloth Uhe rites of sepulture were short and sample A little procession was formod to march from the house to the family vault It consisted of the troops from Alexandria musicians four alptr gymen the generals horse with the empty Middle holsters and pistols the collln borne by freemasons the 12 prin cipal mourners of the household the masonic of Alex andria the farmlands and other men and women of the neighborhood Itev Mr Davit road the service of the KIS copal church and mucfcau address The masons performed their rites and minute guns boomed from a schooner on the 1otomac When the body was car vied Jnto the vault the infantry nnd the cavalry fired three volleys mId 11 pieces of artillery were simultaneously dis charged as the rays of the sun of n short winter day were turning into the shadows of twilight Ladles Home Journal Iloiutmrillni nn Obicrvrtorr On July 10 moot an eruption of stones ashes nnd steam occurred from the great orator of Mount Etna and the astronomical observatory situated near the base of the crowning cone of the t1iOPlStonlSthan a mile and SO holes were made by these projectiles in the iron dome of the observatory which covers a large arO valuable telescope Fortunately tbeI in truuient w i not touched Flt3 holes in the ground near the obser vatory show how slush nnd fierce wn s the strange bombardment Where the falling ftoneu pierced she wooden floor holes were burntdYouthi Com panion Prance Is fete absolute Cable LlnrII td for news of the llUiIIcontrol and she i s1 JIh rally to presada vast sum of money to free i i rafteatWncdyspeptadIIi a krtun seekng deliverance Save ypu r Wit rptl and try HOItuer Stomach litters I dye1iamalariajfCnrj elljhtdl 1j + I i I oceainldencetli ayt1Irr broochof lraallI tbyrutq YterI tt ZenwvnJ allterdeprocatortyounguademuisjle iI i I I JRtOlOlt 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in front of a grazing cow and ItII Came up jut in time to see it disappear the bovine mouth When his opponent had made his stroke TufU untethercd the cow and with many sounding thwacks of his holeThreneatly holing it announced that he had made the hole in two strokes llii oppon out calmly finished the hole in noven and claimed Ale bole But I made it In two protested Tufts gleefully No you did nt declared the other you made it in 39 You hit that cow 37 times for I tOunt thehalebanAB Appeal to humanity Generally announcingtoScience Mil nr produced and you need our andfriendsAt surely as the American Navy has con quered to will and D1tUSquunfailioglypesosq uetc KidneyTroublesAsthma Dyspepsia Backache rnose Nervousness lleartWeakneu Tooth ache Karache Bronchitis etc 5DROPS bottlCl25c1Ii express 500 Write now and the Swanson Khcu malic Cure CO11M Lake St Chicago III- tvilllmmediattriy give your order attention Words find Their Effect Do you helieve in the influence of single poetimi 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whitening and healing red rough and soro hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and chafings or too freo or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerativo weaknesses and for many sanativo antiseptic purposes which readily cug gest themselves to woinen and especially mothers and for all tho purposes of tho toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induco those who havo once used it to uso any other especially for preserving and purifying tho skin scalp and hair of infants and children CUTICUUA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTI CUKA the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refresh ing of flower odors No other medicated or toilet soap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to tfo compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet bath tad nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at OSE PRICE viz TWENTYFIVE CENTS the BEST skin and complexion soap the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in the world K3P All thnt has been said of Cuticuri Soap may be said with even greater emphasis of CUTICUUA OrxriiRXT the most delicate and yet most effective of cmollloDts and greatest of skin cures Its use In connection with Cuticura Sonp its per directions around each package In the ONE NIGHT CURE rou Soar HANDS tn the u INSTANT HnUEF THE ATM ENT FOIL DISFIGURING iTCIUNGS AND IRRITATIONS and In A SlIAMPOO von FALLING Ibm and ITCHING SCALY SCALPS and In ninny ugea too numerous to mention is sufficient to prove Its superiority over all other preparations for the skin ulicura THE SET beauUlulbrown Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every HumorContUtlag of CUTICUKA SOAP arksto cloanto tho skin of crust and scales and softcu the thickened cuticle 1 CCTICUKA Ointment 50ai to instantly allay Itching Innammatlon and Irritation and soothe and heal anti CUTICUICA ItRsoivBNT eWeI to oool and cleanse thu bluodA SINIILB Sault alton IIUJoJODt to euro the moot torturing dletaurtultllChIDS and horning skin seaJp and blood humors with low of hair when all else fall Sold throughout tho world 1oniut luuu oUJJ Cucu Coor Solo mops Uoiton Sena fur A liogk for iraosu tree I 0 t i Li p A i + = Building t t Material ROUGH AND DRESSED I lUMlt BEdVI I l If and Windows Shingles JJDoonJ Builders nud Paints Ccmoiit Hardware Oils etc 0flflf t 11mlEERFULLY l t If Corn Bran eta etc A iiHayOat4 i I WS Ellison T t 0 I Will Xet Repeal tfwTax There is to be no curtailment iu ruu any rtarticolar at this etaMon of OoDgreB of tbe taxes provided for to earn ell tbe war with Spain altboagb it is estimated tbnt at I h the end of tbe present fiscal yeart there will be a nrplns of 10 000 000 in tbe Treat nry The urJo ment made In favor of letting the law alone is that while there maybe a surplus in this year Iberfc Is no telling what may happen at any time to increase expenditures It ia better the administration leaders say to wait awhile and or see bow things come out in tbe Philippines ti i Mrs Dewey Creates Another Stir j r A oontroversey has been caus J ed by Mrs Dewey claiming pre cedence over tbe wives of Sena 1 tors She claims that the admi ral of tbe navy ranks the cabinet the congress the judiciary tbe and everybody else except i I Ibpresident of the United States and sent her husbands aid de otiuip to the department of state for an official opinion respecting r her social status Tbe decision I was entirely against ber She was informed that tbe secretary of tbe navy who was bill superior l i officer sun tbe secretary of the navy lis No 6 in tbe line ot the cabinet being subordinate to the secretary of state treasury and war the attorneygenerall and tbe postmaster generall the execu five departments being arranged in the order of their establish j t moat Then it naturally follows if tbe members of the senate runic tbe members of tbe cabinet be cause they confirm they must cer tainly rank the admiral of tbe na Therefore it was decided tar VV5 department of state that Mrs Dewey ranks below tbe cabinet the judicary and the senate iu tbe I t t social scale t Xclftalcr and Bryan or Socialism I From Appeal to Reason t tTbeman who votes for MoKin f ley or Bryan votes for capitalism Why Simply Because both Mo Eiuley and Bryan are opposed to socialism Both of them follow tbe robber wage system Neither of them believe even iu the gov ernment ownership of the monop olies McKinley ia dofeuder of goldbng capitalism Bryan ia de loader of silverbug capitalism The told bugs and silver bugs arev just like the bed bugs they are on our back Va have had both gold bug and silver bug legislationl and both give us hard times both gave u 1 injustice and both ara defenders of industrial slavery It can make no difference to the working mass whether they be be crucified on a cross of sold or across of silver You may as well suffer with yellow fever gold standard or small pox free II McKinley and the Republican party are opposed to hocialidui Bry an and the Demouiatlc early an opposed to socialism Tilt So cal Douiooratiu Party udvocutes pure and unadulterated xociuliHui It stands clear cut and umiouipro uiiaing for just what we want Old People Nude Young J 0 Sherman the vetLrnu editor of the Vertuoutvillu Miol Echo his dis cqverert the remarkable secret of Keep 4r t fug old people young For yearn he has i k avoided Neryonsnes Steeple ueas In digestion Heart trouble Couati ttion q sand Rheumatism by usiiiK Klectrtc Bit I W prnlsWe kidneys tones dlges tion and glvea a splendid appetite I lies worked wonders for my wife an- K me Its u marvelous remedy for of peoples coinplaintH Only COc lit alloddrag stores Private Salel Will soil at private sale 4 lioHCflj milchcow hogs and household farm d ture and other articles too unuierotut to mention T S WILLIAMS 9 oUlea from Uickuuq I 4ouuc1l oeeedlllJI I11C fAN KY Jan 16 1000 Council met piimtHnl lo ndjournnitnt on the htl mat Present Majror Ulllon Councilmen Klllean Warn U4yIII and Urevurd Mr II C Ucokmitn Coun llui ii fleet bein present the oft of elfice was ad miniaiereil to hem ItI Mayt r Dillon a nil I he look liia seat t4 n tiKiuber of thu Hoard of rlennminlenThe nub rlluale tfliier rreII sruie l their btiuds W U Johnson fuj Trenrurir with W L McCutcbeu HtiU M1 B Show UI hhc sureties Torn Dillon jr City Urjlul with it- T Tyler us his nureiy W L MclJuiclmi Oily Clark with W I C Jpbntnn and noerga Wnrren is bill I aureile On motion nil of sakil bonds were approved and accepted by Ibe Council and ordered spread upon tuo records unit filed AU ul uldi l officer being present the J oath of office was duly dtuiuaivred to sham by Mayor Dillon 1 The City Mursbiil prrrenltxl his delinquent lax list noiouuting lo 10293 which on motion was received and beII WMK allowed credit fur the amount ou hli iielilemeul ns Tax Collector anti Ibe de till was ordered back Into his 1bandgtilI nirunx lo olvoi taint On motion the City Marshal wl all flowed a credit on his leiileiaent at 1az Jolltctor lor 4800 for property anseucd by nlhlkeJThe City Clerk rrestnted tbe rejiorts of ilttseiileuieut with the lolloping ulncersv- Ciljr II Treasurer nLowiiiK balance In tbe tretiury ou JAII Sd IttOO Yo credit General Fund ucl 7609 to Water anti Ltgat tot B97 09 Ciijr Hull account 153 94 Supi of Cemetery showing amount rc- flcd for lots ac 222 00 for which A fTJeJ report of teiilvmenl with the City Mar chat an tax Collector and tics Clij Clerk aiueuni received and disbursed on ao count of iiritllcge license to and as uiaciicer of City iinli property vizh Thej end that the City TAX Collector it chargable with amount of tax book for 1699 077105 Awt collected on taxes not auJ 18 37 Total 07b9 42 Uy delinquent lilt 10298 errors in Mseumt list 4800 i corns on 1587849 323 J2 N Treasurers rect filed 64U090 6030 76 Balance cncollected 70107- They hIS that the City Clerk ass collected on license etc 760 OS- By treasurer receipt filed 734 08 Hal1 In his halide Jan 3d 1900 moo They find that the City Clerk as man ager of the City Hall property received for rents AC i700 Bj 6 per cent commit lions on 35700 1785 Bysmt paid for tbutter 260 i I True receipts filed 31686 3302 Balance in bis hinds 2080 They find tbat the Bupl of Water and Lignt plant li cbarcable with amount on band Jan lit 18t9 20219 Collections during year 2U534153165C5 By running expenses for year 311578 Bal in treasury Jan eel 1900 3992 No revenue wot derived from water supply for three worth of the year on account of having new pump put in and repairing tunnel On motion the report of Finance Com aisles was received and ordered spread upon the records and flied On motion the City Clerk iIs directed to ascertain the amount upon which the N Chat St Louis Railroad shall be assessed for the year 1899 and amount due front them tor taxes and place same iu the Marshals hand for collection Mr M U Shaw presented the following account which was upproved by the Finance Committee and allowed For nail for lhclLl t 886 i amount paid Tax Collector that should have been credited on river bank bonds held by him 9000 3983C On motion check was ordered leaned for the amount and the Tax Collector In truded lu hue enid hood credited with the amount of 9000 The following ordinance Willi presented to the Council aud red and on motion wan ordered to lay over until the next reg ular meeting fur further ael ion Tile City Council of the City of Hick man du ordain as follows That for thee year 1900 end annually thereafter so loop at ibis ordinance In in force an annual tax of aevenly fire cents upon each one hundred dollars In value of all property both real and personal easedfor uxuiion Iin tho city of filckman ball be paid by tbeowuer prrou or corpora seveusyfire fnrtbrorr1 I purpoif paying tics uiiertdt MHI pilnrlpiil of Ibeoitqws lrrw iri4H and1 nlrotrlo liphi bonds It he elog n IllbItr HP city pour it Spi 28ib Idol HIII tliMi for the year ItHO ndnnuHily hraster Miloiu IM IH urdlnince IsI IN f Ibw ai niiiuiHlI iipei it in of fifty cvuia mi roan niir hiimliHl loliKr In sal UK of all iruprriy real and1 Iollal as- esell fur iMXitiiu in thin iris iu herebII IYleIulorlr1 in be PolUctd nnd lhat IIIiA last 1IItIIIIOIIlIIIII or ftnj i ta in n iiiMillini ii ibf stenty IJva ecim eied lit this Hrilnniee lor grnnnl ifjoiu and nab nd IIHDIIU mi of 60 n i iml IHI kepi In tae lreu uryna n HrrtiriF uud IQ br ill iiirliilnliiy H prupriittril far idI pay mtnt of pilliciptl sand liilifiii ur slit itlurryNld in ileliii wss Tarlulal Ivfiiitrrin tax lev sod by shin jriliuano printI siI 25 the IIIe1l mx oT fifiy oenss shun to f paid m iiey bysic par iet haintC UIIIII ItII pentTheradfurordi i Impos mid Iffiel upon 1111I l4ii It paid by evaryn1NlIli iiihitillaMl of Ilia oilY uer 21I yertri cad all ordTnuiiHs iiid1 parts of otdtnanCf In o iillel w III iijh lire hereby rpnulflt nod i hit IH IIn fnrou from and at Ir r Iu InMt e und pulilieati ii Jan 19 TUTU IV Pity Clerk fiilimllUd to the Coun ell lili ntiiKiai IMinitvt of tIe receipt nnd xjeiidiiinei of the UHf tur tbe pnsll year cud Ibe prevent financial afiitir or I the oily On motion the tlnteojeni w as ordered publlshrd and filed On motion the Council adjourned Altfft W L MoCytQukN City Clek Then nud Now I Do yon know j I 1 I Tlmt It requires CO 5 pjiitJ itdidi j 1 That u requires 100 iW nnlJ morv com Hurl wheat tit Imy ui copper lifttlw tthou In j That It reijuiren twlul80UIII I to juiroliHee u coil qf rep ill tin in That ISUtUII worn corn to biu n plow than In 1795 II That It requires 70 per clInlI more corn to slay it line a fake 1 1 hovel or simile or bolt ilnin IIII 18901 That H set of common wheels Ini I 1890 cost Qiinul onus noel 1250I Tlmt thu price of Cultivators i higher by Sc3 to i lf That galvanized bnrtied wire ooBla from 110 b 400 u hundred pounds thou in 1890 That you pay 40 per cent morlIglass than in 1890 That rates of freight are back to the exorbitant figures Hint the popular revolt in leg agoThatDrosprrityi t cornea high but the tracts antJ corporatioiiH must hare its s aCowatu S Uowaiti Hiokuinti awl I M Shaw ijtuto Line Drninnot Itnrnnteo every bottle of Olminiriainv ough lloinody and will rufnud the mono to any one who is not satwnVrt alter using two thirds of tho eoutruts This is silo best lloinody iu tho wc rl for la grippe coughs colds Droop an J whoopinK cough uud u ploiuutut and safe to take It prevents nay teudcm y ot n cold to revolt in pueniuouia Gold Collar Button Mailed tne for 5 lion cot real non Cone wrappers and a 2ctnt strop Made peatlbackmen Thus shape Is bandy and repwar Illaitmlon is only twotblMj artuat size Color delicate pink with JJewf petting and gold fieit enio t flnlih ttyluh and durable The Bride roUonAn unusually fine picture from the MaxItI Lloas Bride The itnry II and vro tend with each picture wino containing copy of the teem and telliue all It 8ltelS Wlncho t iand Her Friends THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAM PAIGN OF fhe IoMllo ef I lit greet Iwltlwatl pit ties lire now bt ltii UriHot and she winli illncuMttil this voice1 cltfcfc pen Je III reikiitleil th Imllnl HI the at prwtaji Isrls41yIirclds1 1 HI XI ileomlx IhrrJ nitea until nimlf the f rm qu HIM Nrr in wale be Ito the prorlr Thi eau ho 101111 tlaly iimucli iue Wehnle cA it fsrwat IICWVIIH eper New le I hr time Lbttotare ler rv noJImulI of t newa I lee It iit lirliM the news lu regard L- etlllItlIrlt1Il without prejudice lu srlegrtuphle amicable new nvtviee iis in parlor te that ef say ether paper Its iaUI feAtHre are the tInt Iu list U tesdIl eras priers ltelnthai sr luti pultun alene0Nre worth the subsrlps- ign pmt It In made up uf special nr tides by the hulL literary mtewt eitibrtia till a variety ef current sulijotr 1 iu urcil Nw feainiei It f aberhll lu tosses ore illusltilerland enNreil upon For the blhf the ladle the latest lath ionY are lnndouiely Illuilrai The He dahlia 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