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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 j r I if i f 4 a j7I 41 r t THjJ It llICKMIW COURIER i 1 IJtEJrERN AI OLDES1 I TEWSPAPEK KENTTfCJKY IESTABLISHED 1669IIICKMANI FULTON COUN Y KY JAN 26 1900i VOL XXXV NO9 Cutting the Prices In order to cut down our took We arc taking inventory and want to figure up us lew good as pus lble Note these reductions to rV 4 10400 r Buys choice ofnn Elegant Inc of MENS SUITS t t that were 81500 and 81250 J 8350 for Mens1 8500 Suits i 5- J 4 8575 MensI wits t hat were X750mQ 85cJUons Fancy Shirts elegant pittft9rri op regular 8100 Shirtl bt4c Linens Collars 8c Linen Cuff- sOverCOatS I at HEAVy EEDHCTI gpS itLadies TailorMade Suits vat just HALF PHUE Jackets and Capesa at HEAVY REDUCTIONS + L P W S ELLISON ELB i L s fb NfJw r t INOW OPENID CALL ON SECRETARY t H TTtKU ffMl BM NANKlHIOKMAN KENTUCKYp i0trtsviRalllrosltuti ma 11 i a Paid Up Capital 50000000 4incrii + ii 1 11IIEli nioHi iooooS- nltntts1 your business We ofur the most Liberal Aruiimnindiiiion lo Oil r OitHtumers Oonsisteiil with KntiibliHlied dunking Pilmlphs 1t naro e s ItT TYhlfll 0 A HOhOOMniC 1 INAYIOH W nit n14rZlttti 1 XV tOWniUk W IiM 11tltUitIiIIN M1 B SUAX w Mr Jorgenhausser Used to VorrytBecame his nil urtii untunts in the local papers didnt- sifin lu nttnut uttoniiundidnt draw a crowd to his store and help him to sell gouda NOW HE DONT WORRY Wliv Heeiiuso ho has omul that he can got fifty firstr- 111 ads chock full ot sifggostious the best that are op pouring in his line in news mpess the country over fur u dollar and that with their help it is nitro ploy to ar ningo ads which fill the bill to a 1IV You can do the sumo All lines Send a dollar to AD SUPPLY BUREAU 8 Devonshire St Room 24 BOSTON MASSt DR SKDAVIDSON I DeDtistIJTOKMAN KENTUCKY OOlne over Oowgill Oowgille I Drug Btprn i E RE JILEYt Attorney atLaw Oillco upBtulra Holcombo Build tug IIIOKMAN XENrUCKY Will practlco in all Uouxti of the Stato 1 l I i j I I u THE STEVE STAn Uvery anti Fctnl ftlable Below Post otnce curl opposilo nItDepot Keeps Surreys BnggiedtI Horns c for hire Every acconiOJ dhtlon given Your patronage solicit ed r E ftr Rji i General Grocer Block Clinton St IPowell IU lojf purcli fil the Orocerf Stock of JJO Uondurtnl would be Iderrat Jo- INT nil oM rltndi to n 1Irub OOM uJ Choice Uargaitif A F ODIVERIi Blacksmith and Undertaker n IOKM1 AN KENTUCKY GIVI E A lhU Iley Joii N14 kmIhIs d1r Itl tel If h- t1g011 Qo 1I1Ihl1t 4 irt1IIII M pI It hill IIfI Undertakers Go- CpNNNs 1iINwt M 4l le h- wN5gt ii I 0dad I es w 11 pt III MblllrIt 1 j pile 0h M ce Nhrpo u- l J lt Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of S NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS e Call and see our Sok Every thing up to date MARY BKUENDES Co Ia IBartlett Snoorsor to Win Dtestelbrlnlc DKAtER IN Fancy Groceries and Provisions MlQKmN KENWGKY DSr FREE DELIVEUY sa Telephone Store No 04 Rvs t deuoo No 00 t Tt LOCAL NEWSw FQUNDA large utoro key Oall attae courier omee 4 rWTTabfrxoarHldci Furs and Game Suw SUAW lTho HioVman young pcopln enjoy Jjaij1d to report hi full IMbw Sadio Arnbcrg clerk In Hick min Bauk has Wen brotnotcd to tho Bullion of Assistant Cashier with an DirectardbeIity and faithfnlnau 1 It U said that the other day a Drat laity who ooverrI th it tho con wfflcw had giyca her the pest honae jt Ugh mist lie grabtxtd her childreaC iui sat into tho yiinl auU Rtttyat l Hiii n itiuiia wai raUu off k4 in ia prixo tnI nlUtIrt Nwtudt Lard 111 Kp Iidi r sen ia ma l+ m stet seer It KVuU v tu A n + ine dalll1Jh and yHiKir t the lanai nowtjpnpnr wasj wtclaobwlioilf iUi by the iinliR j groom wcanio 10 madn use of the Sing Lord HclperMEr I The prf vuloncfl of puqnmonia nud mh6id fevtT In this section this win rkltf been unprecedented nod Moilicr n nothborbood of deaths alanninff There thnIIII sijfikst II r4frBd Mrs C Ii Orerby wit I havkeyjFrwby WM Miss Daisy DickinBoab rJicr iiiamago and ta quite au TK mijrtUbcd lady This young conplo nil Io0airdceFultonjf Tho Clinton Democrat says t Cloy uylor bas recognized the claims upon wgjpf Mr J Campbell Flournoy by obgatXii admitthettnctata l conflrtnlng any that bo seat ia pu to this time 11t tkb world loves a bargain ToI jBjnblhing for less than the custom irfc xlthgngh it is not needed familyIiI Every OMOB has it8bargalnsau 90M hava their bargain hunters yoo bHfM in your store M hove IIM Jet tko pfWto k dIllI lt Mtts wb through thej I sM ttity the wbolo fatnfl 004 UIAI 11l Clothing Hats Shoes tic goto Buchanans Closing Sale feelIlOlTYwho will upend a dollar for leo can forSundaya ix alwayRean frowsyheaded woman over a washtub tin puns for dishw on the table and a combination of dogs and cats in tho corner The young than who saves his money while singly usually has something to go on after ho is married Burgin Messenger Wm Blanken ship of Ilurgiu vicinity has kept tab on thb weather for several yours He says whoa tho w Iud to in tho south ou old theI+ PotiK it iniygpt u little oool lint tit e i wind quickly rfttmin tothosnntIidarl tae altlii time As the wind nit theI i Ui inintioneil this yilw outs iin1 l tint south ha prmliob we will have pleasant w tthDr for six weeks froai- tlwr I date I tblSjwfIrI i 3In O D fluud itunjfliter MM dm14i1V5n Attinx Lily Adms I has stllU1d JitS White 1t1i B Lively frank ooltY John Hurry and Hob Mnrphey D L Ligon W T ONrforHfrbart CUlT U M Ctionniug Ohus uaytlehlItPark From Paduoali tt J Uildwoll floury Burnett and Mrs T Boswoll MA RRLED IIAMBY PILANT Married at tho residence ot Mrs Dr H H Wilson this county Wednesday evening tto 24th lust Mr Sid u0y Hambj sou of tho Into Wilson Haw by and Miaa Linda Pilant danxhtcr of Mrs Bpttio Wilson Tho young bwjlo is a very bright popular and well educated young lady and wo understand that he young groom is worthlthovoyage Every manner of blessing and happiness Is wished for them No Cigarettes This was actually heard in tho Crack er TennesseeThe from the door of tho cabin behind tho trees Yank Tyson I Tim Tyson I she cried what yurnnsdolnr FooUn was the reply Boynuussuiokiu0 Youm Be yunus chawin twist mid smokiu1 cob pipe Yeum mkotch i JIj i yo tho wust lanimiu yo ever lied l malam Fulton Circuit Court The Fnlton Circuit Court roconven ed Tuesday Tho trial of JnO T Mooro for the killing of Flavo Goldsby set for this day was continued to the May term of the court Moorna bond being from 1000 to 3000 Tho was promptly given The Dunlap Murphy will CMO was continued to next court A largo number of orders and judg ments were taken of Interest to special lltiganta but of no pablio interest The court adjourned W dtiiuJAy oveuini TIIE OUR lULL Cw- I ht SeiMif ami Ifou e liini week IlIul1rnrl bills vpre luro- iluetl the immt iiiini that Ifuig tliltl fIu j hI 11rfJ lf O vfii I1If4hlUhi lrvj11 dttl ulifli I i i tJIIItIl lMW ttt I 1II j i mtft ftriirHrof Mr Orrrt hltlM i 1Ihllallil ofiitt nun nun iMiui nji tur Wi1 Oovernor JnlliH in unfit of January ennh ioar RI it pro viilen wolilil iippolnl PrO Suite frnmIiminefl dcfliKiuitvd by t hI two par lien having poll d tilt largest yule In the l11Nt precedipir election tar 4Hnle idlccrH or lrtl nl lenHajrt Iltl1 TheIsletsupouoiotfrom names UVHicnated Jn writing by the Governing authority of the two political parties recognized by their reapeutive State Unm i iiteen HauoiiiK the regular or gaiiiZHtlon of Raid party in euld county one frohi each party The county oominlHdionerH are to ap point election offlot rd for the va rloBs precincts one judge for each party and one sheriff mid clerk the litterI two officers to be alternated by precincts The m des toIthose of the present law Contests tor all the State officers except for Governor Lieutenant Ibellf Oimr trliillection ot paper for ballots auli the mode of printing same More Light on Frankfort Tragedr It looks very much as if Ool J David G Uolson would he able to I prove that there were more than two men ehgngpd in tin shooting at time Capital Hotel at Frankfurt last Tuesday Tux nnmberol bal let hoJes found III the lobby of the Capital Hotel how condu Hlvely that three plulnls were 1I1holll1jI which fact tends to HUHlaln the loiitenllon of Cot Coition viz Ithat he was fired on by Siott and an other person Should the 111I uioiiv nf witiifBHCH to the tragedy itorrobrate the led txle story of Colel wNd I ItUJ lUlMlOAII DEAL A report which larks uvmif run i linn hulf which IH believed In i er i Mill Ilrull t Iin quietly tlronlated to the ffffut that the 111101 Qen i oral Railroad Go hna made u hull IIII Mr 0 Railroad with the pronpect of uettlht II Of tinnrae If HUtth a deal IIs on tout theI par ties interested would do ttieir ut moat to prevent any disclosures until the sale ws consummaied For this reason nothing definite can be learned The men on the MI O Railroad who have heard of the rumor urn apprehensive Ithat it contains a basis of fact and they would regret for their line to be snooped at a tuna when it la doing the largest and most prosperous business In its history Jackson Sun Are Partisan Btu Friendly Although the Democratic and Republican members of the Gen eral Assembly are engaged in an exciting political flght it can be said that not for years have the personal relations of the members been us friendly1 There Is lIsoI lutely no personal fueling between them and after the sessions tljfy mingle in the friendliest Rod most sociable sort of manner This is not confined to a few genial fel lKwa but is general Likewise the fire attorneys on each side ot the contest fi r Gov eruor are exceedingly friendly antI often indulge in jokes rullkI tort Oor Courier Journal WILL ABIDE THE RESULT 8x7 Was Accepted by Dem ocratsrr Judge Morrow one of the Ablest and idst influential Repabljoane in the State tiid lion Alex Hum phrey otto of Taylors counsel and one of the ablest lawyers In Ken tu ky both publicly announce thalf tliH LoiilPHt results m the sent I HIT of Goebel Mild Ills ousting of Taylor lust allwill submit pt aiietibly and ordurh toGo btla eli tIui k btiCrtUrtri it would be done n filler thefofnn of Ilaw and the IeIt Huntrteillij Itllllwl abiding jtlrt o hi the smut nplrii the QpURIKR when the StiiolBUcUiituwir NloOers utviirded oermIrrhot e if election to ills tt + pullcan eandi dates expressed Iho1 opinion that Ithe Democrats ought to cease the light and acknowledge Taylors election reserving the right tott bring before the people any wronge7ful methods fiat may have bAeu need by our opponents to secure their eleotlont Ici this way the i Democrats would have won the moral victory and the Repabll cans the offices In 1S7C the 8x7 Election Cow miflaionere counted Tilden and the Democrats out and Hayes and the Republicans in but they did it under the forms of law and alt good citizens respected and obeyed the decision The State ooh teat use not yet been decided bat assuming that it shall be decided against the Republicans and by a strict party rote as was the TIN den Ihye 8x7 contest still the 01 duty of good citizens will be to respect the decision becaase Reopublican lawyetti+ke Jar II trev Iawyeithe d ci lona er the f forms of law- Democratic Chances for 1900 The politicians figure out that a change of only 34000 votes If in tits right States would elect a Democratic President this year hat is assailing that the Demo cratic nominee would tecelv Oio same vote given to Bryan In IhO- OMcKinlev u rried Kentucky by onU 281 Oaliforniii 1092 Dela ware 3837 WentI Viigittla 11487 and Indiana 18181 Maryland went 32000 fur HcKinIey but has since guar D mo n nil in h12tOOO These Slates ran be carried by time Dem carats when muted Rut Is it pos sible for them to act unitedly and if so upon what sanest BUr ItUliBERH IiolicoiMHMtlxlil Frank Grant and Jas MuArthUi white buys nnder 20 years and obtained confession l hut they had been robbing stores vwlllityfllrhardware merchant of Union City came down mid Identified soy eral knives recovered from the boys as his property and upon this the boys confessed Special to American +A Wondorinl Farm One of the most wonderful farms in the world is situated in Oanada Its peculiarity lies In the fact that everything is worked by electric ity Two waterfalls within the bounds of the fat m some 60 feet nnd 1GO feet high furnish the mo the power a neutral power house being ereoed near and too our rent is transmitted by wire to every available place on the farm Thu churns and other necessary implements have electric motor attachments A motor of 10 horse power works a mowing machine and another works a log saw while the house tarns grounds o of the farm are Illuminated by electric light NOTICE All persons indebted to me by note or account must settle at once or same will bo put in tho bands of my attor ney R T Tyler for collection 1124t H U AMBKRO 1 ItsriI Jk y 1 jdl Vi I INTEREST IN OTHERS Dr Talmage Portrays Two Kinds of Busybodies The tuft ol ISvll Sprecli of Some Ieo- plt I loir We May llnve n Hen evulrnl lnlvri t In the A- tlilr ot Oilicm ICopyrlgbi boo by Louts Klopsch J In this dUcourse Dr Tnlrasge showsi i how we should Intoroti onrstlvcs lu the affairs of others for their benefit but never for their damage Text 1 Peter 415 A busybody lu other mens matters Human nature IIs the same In all1 ages In the second century of the worlds existence people had the same characteristics as people in the nineteenth century the only difference b ing that they hail the characteristics for a longer time It was 500 years of goodness or 500 years of nicnnncss instead of g odness or nlcannesx for 40 or 50 years Well Simon Peter who was a keen observer of what was going on around him one day naught eight of a man whose characteristics I wore severe inspection and blatant criticism of the affairs belonging to people for whom he had no responsi bility and with the hand once browned end hardened by fishing tackle drew this portrait for all sulwequout ages A busybody in other muns matting o That kind of person tins been a trouble maker in every country since the world stood Appointing himself to the work of exploration and doter tion he goes forth mischief making l DC generally begins by reporting the- o I infelicity discovered lie is the adver tising agent of Infirmities and domes tic Inharmony and occurrences that S but for him would never have come to tho pubilc eye or war lie feels that the secret ought to bo hauled out into light and heralded If ho can get one line of it into the newspapers that he feels to be n noble achievement to start with But he most not let It J stop He whispers it to his neighbors and they in turn whisper it to their ceighhcrs until tiio whole town is nbn7 and agog You nun no more catch It or put It down thou you can a malaria It is in the air and on the wing and aiioaU Taken by itself it scfjns of little importance but after I I andIit becomes a story In Klae and shape marvelous If it can be kept going after bwbile it will he large enough to e call the attention of the courts or the presbyteries or conferences or associ ations Tbe most of the scaodaU I abroad Ire the work of the one whom Peter in the text styles a busybody in other tnens matters Flat notice that such a mission IU most n ellrablrsbeoaus we nU ttJ r quire alT the done we can get to taJTc care of our own affairs To carry or selves through the treacherous straits of this life demands that we all the time keep our baud on the wheel of fur own craft While as I shall show v you before I get through we all have a mission of kindness to others we lave no time to waste in dolug that which is damaging to others There is our worldly calling which must be looked after or it will become a failure Who succeeds in anything wiQout concentrating nil his energies upon that one thing All those who try to do many tinge go to pieces either as to health or their fortune J They go on until they pay ten cents on the dollar or pay their Jody into the grave Wo cannot manage time affairs of others and keepour own affairs prosperous While we arc inquiring how precarious Is the business of another I merchant and finding out how I ninny notes he has unpaid and how soon he will probably be wound up or j i makr an alignment or hear the slier iffs hammer smite his counter our own affairs arc getting mixed op and t endangered While we arts criticism g 1ourneighbor for his poor crops we 4 are neglecting the fertilization of our own fields or allowing the weeds to tryi ing to extract the mote from our r neighbors rye we fall under the weight of tht beam in our own eye Those men disturbed by the faults of ethers are themselves the depot at which whole trains of faults arrivet i Dud tram which whole trains of faultsI Mart Time men who have succeeded1 in ecular things or religious thingsI will tell you that they have no time lor hunting out the deficits of others Un the way to their countingroomt they may have heard that a firm ins toe same line of bushiest was In troll ble ami they said Sorry very sor ry hue they went lu rnd sat darn tit their table rind opened the book + containing a full statement of their dffalrs to lice If they were In peril ofr I cyclonefi fiesn iinI poukel and tints yet fnr hack on the head waiting to hear baleful news are failure now or will be failures Chris flan men and women who go roundII t with mouth unit looks full of Interro gation points to find how some other church member is given to yxnggermi- Lion or drinks tau muck or nrgliclsI rii hb home for greater outside attrac tions have theinxflves so little grace j lu their hearts that no one mirpeuts puopllyI c 1I i i thov are lonicnl with others and Ills rowel to ray Walt until we hoar the other side of that matter I cannott believe that charge made ngjiinst thatt or woman until we have some It Itmall tcMiiriony than that given by scandal mongers I guess It is a lie J J 1howIs it that you fun nlwayx findI v4two opinions about anyone and thou I two opinions exaeily opposite I willI I tell you the reason IotA because there i+ il are two sides to every character the best side and the worst side A well disposed man chiefly seeks the best side the badydlspo cd seeks chiefly the worst side He ours the desire to see time best side for It Is healthier for us to do so and stirs admiration fjich is an elevated state while the desire to find the worst side keeps one Inspirit a of disquietude Rod disgust oar I Cuean suspicion and that is 11 pulling down of our own nature a disfigure meat of our own character I ait afraid theimpcrfectlons of others willI kill us yet The habit 1 deplore U apt to show Itself In the visage A kindlyI man who wishes everybody well soon dem onstrates his disposition lu his looks Ills features may fracture all the laws of handsome physiognomy but lad puts Into that nuns eyes and in the curve of his nostril nnd in the upper and lower lip the signature of Divine approval And you see it at a glance write ten all over his face in rose color This is one of my princes lie is on the way to the ooronntion I bless him now with all the benedictions that in unity can afford Look at him Ad mire him Congratulate him On the other hand If ono be cynical about the character of others and chiefly observant of defects and glad to find something wrong In character the fart is apt to be demonstrated la bis looks HowpM r rcguJnr his fen tures and though oonstrueted accord log to the laws of Caspar rater his visage is sour lie may smile but it is a sour smile There is a sneer lo the Inflation of the nostril There is a mean curvature to the lip There Iis a bad Kok in the eye The devil of- sareasam and malevolence and suspi dun loss taken iioseeaslon of him and you tee It as plainly as though from the hair line of the forehead to the lowest point in the round of his chin It were written Mine Mine I the demon of tho pit have soured his visage with ray curse Look at lilw lie chose a diet of cordon lie gloated over the misdeeds of others It took all my infernal tutglnoory to make him whet be IsOa busybody In other mens matters The slanderer almost always attempts to ccoape the scandal1 hit Is re sponsible for When in 1741 John Wesley was preaehiag at Itrlstol and showI lag what reason hu had to treat fa the Captain of Ilk Salvation a hearer cried out Who was your captain when you bunged yourself I know the lima who saw you when you were cut down John Wesley asked the adds cnee to make room and let the ten derer como to the front but when the way was teen the slanderer instead of coming forward fled tho room The author or distributor of slanders never wants to face his worlc On the day of Pentecost there were pcnlde endowed with what was called the Rift uf tongues and they spake for Cod in many languages But there are people In our time who seem to have the gift of evil tongues nod there is no end to their iniquitous gab ble Every city village and neighborhood of the earth has had driven through it those scavenger carts When anything is said to you dean atory of the character of others Imi tate Joseph John Gurney of England who when n bad report was brought to hint concerning anybody asked Dost thou know any good thing to tell us concerning her Since there iis no good to relate would it DOt be kinder to be silent on the 0111 Char ity rejoiceth not In Iniquity Dut there Is a worthy and Christian way of looking abroad upon others rot for the purpose of bringing them to disadvantage or advertising their weaknesses or putting in great prim er or paragon type their frailties but to otTer help sympathy and res cue That is Cbristllke nnd he who docs so wins tho applause of the high heavens Just look abroad for the people who have made great mistakes andr put a big plaster of condolence onI their lacerations Such people nro never sympathized with althoughI they need an infinity of solace Do mestic mistakes Social mistakes Kc clcslaslical mistakes Political mis takes The world has for such only jocosity and gesture of dcploratlon There is an unoccupied field for you my brother No one has been there Take your case of medicines nnd go there and ask them where they arc hurt and apply divine medicament There Is a public man who has made 1a political mistake from which be willI never recover At the next elections he will be put back and put down Into a place of disapproval1 from which he will never rise Just go to that nun Trod unroll the scroll of 100 splen old Americans who after occupying high places of promotion worn rele gated to private life nnd public Show him in what glorious compan- he hnx been placed by the anathema of the ballot box If you are rightly interested In oth er mens matters go to those who are just starting In their occupation or profession nnd give them u boost 3mmIh r more patients than they can attend to but cheer those young doctors who ore counting out their first drops to patients who en n not afford to pay Those old attorneys nt the law luau no help from you for they hike re tainers only from the more prosper ous clients but cheer those young at toftieys who have not had n brief n t all lucrative Those old merchants have their business KO wollustnhlbllpd 1 that they fret IIndependent of Imnla of all changes In tariffs of nil pnnlii tint cheer those young merchants wh are making their first mistakes In tine pain and sale That old farmer who has 200 acres In best tillage and hili tiaras full of harvested crops and the wheat nt high priers irises Itwnll reaped needs no xympjithy from you I 1 but cheer up that young former whose acres ure covered with u big niojtpitjJll and the drought strikes them tie tirsJ year That bulkier with contrj tffl made for the construction of half s 1D113jtlllJ1J j but give your sympathy to that in J chnnlc In early uciualntancu witH hammer and saw and tilt rind nratd aIftIi the limitations of a journeymnu- Jo forth to be n busybody in other mvas matters so far as you can hetpl p i JuGe wurld is full of Instances of those who spend their life iu such alleviations but there is one instance that overtops it eclipses nil others He bad lived In g pniace ItadUnt ones waited upon him lie was charioted along streets yellow with sold and stopped at gates glbllQ log withi pearls and hosannacd by libt mortals coroncted and in snowy whitei Centuries gave him not a pain Tie sun that rote on him never set Nisi minions could not blRnlarged for theyI had no boundaries anti uncoutesmli1 was His reign Upon all that luster amiJ renown and environment of splendor lie turned Ills bark and put down UII I crown at the toot of Ills throne and err- a bleak December night trod tits vv down to a stone hotcln Ueitjlrhun otI our world Viapped In what fiilln shawl and pursued with what 1001tt on swift camels and howled at wit what brigands and thrust with iibillIII l sharp lances and hidden IB wbat se pati chral crypt until the ubecqueut ceT 91c tulles have tried ia vale to tell btstOry II ftjtsrf domed cathedral and redeemed mL tloostHe could not see a woman doubted w with rheumatism but lie touched her and Inflamedl muscles relaxed uuiltae stood straight up He could not meet r funeral of a young man but be brake ttg the procession net gave him buck to hWf lttipnight of total blindness Into the mltRi noon of perfect eight He couW a man down on his mattress U3I with palsy without calling him bealih and telling him to shoulder Ik mattress and walk oil He couh M Und a mean tonguetied butHrgBVhta Immediate irlleiiMtloa lie could ne see a run with the puxxled and Inijinr lag look of the dent without glvlBg b rapacity to beer the march of life beaj lug OB the drum of the ear lleoM not see a crowd of hungry people M lie made enough good bread awl a sin plus that required all the ImnkMn- He scolded1 onlyI twice that I rrtnr her once at the hypocrites with Hcid gated visage sad the other time woe i a sinful crowd had arraigned 4n unluS tuoatewoman nod the lx nl with tke i trrl1ered1 hurl tbe tint mUMIe All for othm ills birth for others Ills ministry foj LilaycenslonI tor others v That spirit which loads one to busy for the betterment of others I k Ing to Kdentxe the round mrth 7ta1 A spirit Induced John Pound to esuabu ragged schools and Putter Mlaibe- In M become n temperance reformer icdI Peter Cooper to estnbllnh his InMitnir and Slatcr to contribute his fund for schools and Ifaroneas lunch to lwmore than 100000000 for the Improve men of her race and CorreJius alder bill to flood churches and cbcirtlabiri Institutions with his benevolence An though our means be limited and our opportunities clrcumkcrlbrd we cat Uu the saute thing on a small scale OUrr mens matters l Ue busybodies ID Iim proving them With kind words Wilt selfaacrUlehldlgo forthuu a new mission And now my words are to the Intl Ible multitude I reach week by wee tint yet will never see in this world l i whom I expect to meet nt the bar n Cod and hour to see In the blesmi Heaven The last word that VisbtMoody tbegroai evangelint kiHl lit at Pluintleld N J npd he repeated tir message for me io others wu Netrf be tempted under any ein wnrta afar to give up your weekly publicatiiiA oftr sermons throughout the orlalH TUsi solemn charge I will bred MS long ss II have strength to give them and knewspaper types desire to tike 1Gea Oh ye people hack there lu the SbettieU I mines of England and ye In the slierD pastures of Australia and ye amid tl t pictured terraces of New Xeamtid QtOI ye among too clcnuinou and color lo limned groves of Ceylon and ye Ar menlans weeping over the graves oln murdered household In Axfu Minor and ie amid the Idolatries of lietiHres ot the iunges anil ye dxveilers on tkr bunks of the Andro coggin end ILt Alabama and the illasisipplxndi ttr Oregon and the Shannon and till lthlc UeuuhcundIv+ l be plan and Yellow sent ye of the four corners of till earth who hove greeted loitahlllnkof everytlitts f pardon and couUu- and illutninutton 11110lIeilfthprim Whnt u gospel fur nil loans alli ones all nvrl ionpel ofxympotb 1 a rmnaripfinalofr enthronement iospei of eternal iiI lory Take It nil ye people until yon r sues are nil pardoned and your sorrow ail solaced and your wrongs Nil rllgban thtt one that wax let down to iSeiliel rru 1Ill throngeil with descending nid lb eniling Immortal xhnll neverthele ellmloI II go clear up out of slplit of all rnrthlj licnurlmtion Into the realm whfie thi wirked IICUbtTheI intin who Wont the earth blInI variably for flrnt to fowl ifbout bis IUtIlbhuJu Vull itlTfI or MORE SAILORS WANTED t sot Cnuuuli to Sunlit the lletuand fur Men to the CJerumu jinAt the beflRRlag of 1SW the total number of men hi the service of the rman navy was 23400 lueudiag tht 9i irrfc and engineers und a few sur gt us gursmttbs and paymasters from llelln It IB reported that with ilir rapid growth and pvopood further urrraae of the Herman navy there lUll lit ii an Increasing scarcity of trained Curadiiuiiiy furnished a large part of the r WB of IlinglUh vessels but today the rrrtt of Herman vowelB are partly rumpcM of foreigners Wltk till daub ling of the Geminate navy nn coBtem Ip slid this ditUculty will I a MM told tpt are being taken to meet It At rrrnien the North UerinaH Lloyd oonl jarj isI organlzfff n cadet school to train young men for the companys V rt ire fir demand for additional Mtllorc In tin many UI not limited to the goxrrn oi ut iervlceI however for the two gfrhirl Herman lixes of ocean steam ttliJ have coUectitvlj crewa of 400 oihn rxrlufive of the llnea connect IL firruinn parts wtb other couatrits Inlt f iiiiff tierman kipping Irr a country supplying HtflHy othri u u fitS with salon has been Sweden Lot i6r increase of foreign lOKtBem f ilnt country and the deuwBd for swnih sailors for tnA ships liar iinm i iheel the cumber of sock sailorsI Moreover Oermany to silly NsMiiiiliIe countries which there hik- etxtenmdtdfvtlopnietmlririiititI Ixrn an of the ratal armament and nn enlarged lemon in coaae BeBee frsailors At the beginning of time year IftQA thc luloilI number of seen IB the naval sere ijor rut llriiaia was 100000 of vIlim 7 uoi were officially deceribed fca iiImtirn and seamen abd 10000 Wert ulipcei then a inutile In cniiM of 6000 naval taco has been au ih riled rid the transport kervtae et Ibt Kiii h governmeBt to South Af rite hu made nrceMry the Increase ic thr iiumbrr of tailors Tlure has been a very ooRthSerabl Irene of sailors In eoesequncofth- errrrment and IImprarameBt of the IInitMl Stntc navy sad the dcrosan for tl im in tke nirefiaat marine cf time unity has been Increasing sours v n4irglj The Amrripaa be ey pions 5iK sailors And the cnlargrrnvni f in un travel this next summer to mind fnm the Paris expftaltiaa will BBk further demands upon the servile o- fiirsr i In all transAtlantic laft Two Kun waB coBBtriea which are adding rlmsidrnble to their naval ogtdpmrtal are KrMsc r and Russia lud tits Ia rrea rd Ditch oommeret make M- MIviry the vuploy wont of H eonaMer number of Dulek tenon under he home nag ut sailors hnt- tceelleat r pots and uambettog tit till- inero thaw 1MM af whwif ftw tbMf UtOO pme In the naval servfct of the country AsuiUora 1m0at unlfomUy ILls an a iom of the satt toil front conutries having K large water coast awl front ports of the country nerwt to lion ooaat lint There Art It IU compuONl K quarter of a million sailors connect ed with the navle of the rnriows ousitrlM nail TSOooo sailors employed In cemmercinl navigation RngutHd the United States and Sweden ranking In tbtft order in that regard Ger many Prance Italy and Ilnllnnil aro large do merrlal nntlons too and it hn hoeR obi rvrd generally tbflt Orman tailors come from th6 northern provinces of tilt country particularly 1the Baltic and the North lea while French sailors almost uniformly ort drawn from the two province of Iirlt tan and Normandy Tho threatened dearth of amilabl- sellers which some Oernmn eempi fell lire seeking to provide against by xndaRscheoiL1 i ifnlcM nil indications arc at fault th demand for sailor next sunnier wilt1I be more extensive than ever before I the worlds hl torJX Y Stan A City wllli Two Cnrrlnerrn Thorn are only two carriages In town Onto oolong to till rehbhbora and the ether oarriHge ia the property of the government and one of Ute per I thntportpln to the presidential power It Ii an ordinary landau imported iron Paris In pieces and put together by lo afil talent and n native outlet linn paint tt Upon tlu panels of the loon a bull Hunt reproduction of the coat of arms of time republic about a foot square IIn tic national colon green yellow an roil This Iis greatly admired by the populace who le the carriage onlyI o- e OKloitfiUy on state occasions when 1It Lidnmn by four big black borer weor allrvor and decorated with roirttes tasteN sail strenmers of the national eocmu la Paz IlollvlarCor Chicago Record rl8mrlnN by Wire arollrl two years ago It woe an flounced with some seiiHution in most off the dally newspapers that a aortal Jn txceepaalk ItluHi1un1clll an- rn uppn thus for seeing by nre much In tilt snimc way ns one edit hoar by wire through the medium of n telephone The publication of his potent In due course however revealed mothlnp mar than the old selenium cell Men of pity dolatiB In n dress of no very startling npvelty and It was fair to surmVse flat Szozepanlk was no om thel many working nt this enticing problem I exuopt In so far ns he had been India Drool enough to make n premature an nouncement of success London Klec triclty t Sniwentlve Cuiiiinrtion fThe tommy ol the whole mercantile atentn marine of Kussln Japan or Hol land toes not equal the tonnage of th s rcltnnt r1ssGla taken over by ho Eugllsh goverllwent utrnnaport 1 A PRETTY PICTURE Vliot the SniiRiilne Brimtor lliv cililuo Princrlbrn fur time lhllltlhH Too eiMech of Senator llevartdg of Indlhnaiu support of his resolution for the pernttincBt holding of tho Ihll IIpplHea enthusiastic eloquent and op t mllllo ns It IN tit tho same tune Blip IttMtK diaturblng rulleotloiu Mr llov ortdve regards the possession of the Phlflpplnert tin of time grealnt Itnpor lance to the United States for comfier cial military political nnd moral ren sons and insists that for these reason separately and ionjoliud It Is our duty lo hold fast to thom Yet he says Hint nleas they are rule l In fhe most Ideally I perfect manner In a manner of which the United State has had little If nny practical cxpetlenuethe Ulnt d bad better be abandoned nt once He pttoBSe a Implicit faith that thla ideal aritMnts rottDM uRn be ewmreA lCxp ri 08eItr Itak taught older obkernr than Ute Ijirtlnnn senator to Halt themselves to lope shaded with doubt Senator IloverldgB spool some time evplorirg tM waters and roaming- among the istandit of ties l iiHHihiu arcblpclugo Ilia recital of Ma obsr vatloU a and experiraa Is M expMr- lion i of the line la Ut oM mlsotonarv hymn s 1mry proepect idea Ma oad wly man U vlloN In jrlo viag JIlied Jw pictures 1M brands of the laJudl Uselr rIM M ef vagrtatfou the exrrcdlng fertility of the Mill tko vast mineral wealth awaiting Amerloan en terprlae to briny It to the iwrtae the utlubrity of Itit climate titer uouodleM prtaibiUU wf thU empire of the to uorsm When lie noshes to speak of upea pie M takes au altoftetLer different tone Tbr are dcarribrfl as a tan barons reec modifted by thins sea tailert aontaci with a dosdeat roe IH the whole SXO M hero are woijr three commanding iaiteftectt and character Arellano ifabtal ant AfHilniildW on drat thIltjostle of the s preM eoort under Aowrtca juriadkiiou la Ii profound lawyer sad- a heave and incorruptible man JIIa Mai IU 1b hiffkeei I7pe of awhdtny and the most construvUtv mind that race bas yet produced A viMiMo M a clevrr popular leader aide win rvsoMfrefNi running ambitious un scrupulous sod masterful Senator llevrrldgf Insists that last beg jwace ran be securedonly by over wkrlminir toteds ifa ceaseless action until universal aunt absolutely gaol der frat U InHtetrd on the ettraty lo thh rnnntrtk N it U well to remember what Lieut Ullmore saidi after alt e month captivity sad toned trawl user the band of TJWMi J1 thoaffht the Insurrection wOW last aa tong tt there were nay Taplna loft to That puts the bating pM In the distant ftltare sad pnMabf a peopeot of 1Ql ilen by till crow fir tfrr to saws Itet Wkjkii JJMM ds aMM alA liflr erMr afcu ng liwt aay atl8IiUtf fo give the FIMptsios self go erasell far be says they are ant capable of It they are mtratakv MalayaI lMtml rd by 8puaarda n the load wont estate Mr ItersrU e say the gov ernment must IHt slmpw sari thing XUtbcr the thatch nor tlw Knglbb methods in tile Malay stairs will do rJeco rnllsiir power moat hr ewlwilvely iin Amerietm head with perhaps an r odrleory ouNell to discuss meweurt with the governor general tint with no Ovir beyond lltevlMtfoo Kren llrat ulrHfentnl ptan will fall Ila the hands of any btlt ides admin istratrM They stint W men of tko world and of affairs students of their fellow morn not IheorUta war dream era They mutest be at Incorruptible as honor as uMlnlM as parity Carr whom no forvw eels frighten HO Influ euehemen en u not bo had then It l letter pure military ovcupalloii for yearn mfr ItcverMge says we Und bcUbr abandon chi pricelt s KMcaloR ad enit iiuivolvrft Initolnwrteut to do our part In the unrWredwinlnp work of lognof arduous deeds for flvUbmtwti and run up the flag of reaction and decay than to apply academic notion of self government to theca children or at tempt their government liy aay tint the most jnrfect admmUtralora our produeraSenator lIe1 ride IIH rather new to national Polities tint ho Iii ail enough and ought to have seen enough to JodgJ whether his Ideal admlnU traton for the Philippines are tMtdvr cxlitlng tondltloiii likely to have tINt rnt tiort of the political bosses with ttladdconfirmation are doubtfuL Clevothnrf IkalerwPRESS COMMENTS = Imp rlalfrmr battles hare been just show HH costly as uselwnv ChN ago Democrat It IIB urfilerstood lint Moril Ilonnn ivlll write the republlean platform unit let an the republican national anven tlpn Imlnwnpofife Sentinel It isnt likely that any democrat will ontise a pony split by being won over to the republican policy of mill tarism and imperialism St Loul lie public The report that Mr Urynn has been converted to favoring n tariff one wool needs to bo token with liberal plnchoH of salt If a tariff nn wool is oYtSccrrttary Hoot says Unit he will not be n candidate for vivo prislilcnt I amuck as this istintlcratood leaguer with Mr hennas present vJow of the matter It Is probably correct Albany Argos An nMmlnletrntlon paper refers to Col Bryan 08un stalwart vlslonlst whose head lla In the mulls AllI thee same the editor forces his reaching limit In an endeavor to five him a pen josh In the neckAencer Post =T DEFENSE OF MR JAGE IVuat Wiu Vronjr tintern Mriiuiornt- lo eIlntat rnllllu lnr Xut Hrcm to Ho Wroiiff XuII That way l o a leer the tract loo of depositing many mil lions of public money in iMftkn vhluh Mr Gage hat sent to congress In re spouse to certain resolution of In quiry lint the question manias whether Mr Gage has onmpjately re fitted a oerftiln peNh mad by Vll lUm McKtnlry on n oertalft oooatdoH That ppewh waa made tvleea dove I land was iincident the flrat time and that was sonny yera ono lint princi laIn do not change with the tlmw through some people uliang their principles with tM llmea At Unit line Mr McKlnlej declared that It mama all wrong to deposit over WONOto of the public taonay in national InksAnd he grew red Ila the toe with right eotw ludlgaatloR as kt thought of Ue odious favoritism to wt banks ii bkh- sash adi iositloa of the imbue injury Ittp4ltd If it wiia wroaff then to deposit tomb f liCOOooo of the public nuI banks It la ertaialy nronf row to do ho acute thinir with over fsTtlOO Jo of the poblio mosey Mr McKlulcy was then very lopnulva IIn btMertanUioe that if there waa any non tuoocyr ia the public trtainry Hiss mesa required to meet eternal racptbdltBre It should scot be handed over to hub to be loaned for lblr private profit but aoaxf ha applied to Ike purvhMc or n o demote of United fttate bonds In order to are Interest to the dear pee pielimp Mr lace telta iu there la a ausTin1 now sad we ail know that tkeie are bonds of the I shed Muster Breton be pought IB the market Then wh does KM Mr MrElnlP ordt r Mr Qff to ffo Mo the market and hyr them madrove mutest lo udear po pie Instead of tuning ever fSVOOWO of money to yet bank for theta to lend ot for their rca priest proAttlwas Mr MfXIalejr a deaagogae 13 years ago or at b wickedly amMMnf war pet bath moot Let 1M hear CkteBfO CkVMtefcB THIS YEARS ISSUSi UriulilloitHi Are Flklncr Ulu the Wick IracrraiHmv tar the- Ilenreerale There IU aawethlAf aMiataf i Mt the urrgj Hhick nryuhlteaii IJfndlapa iu walUbf Uw UcmwctAU ptl- arva ror 1ae Senator Aldrich U hla pnuiag- prfoh out the goU Mil took grunt pows to wit hie helhreni just obit the dtHMvrati lasnea were to he a ut ssast- ly what the rpwblkab were going to do shoot 1C This ia a hunaloM sort III Uars4ot ter tte aeptlilieaas sad If UM enjoy It tt ta goga ae eM that y tIMId 1 ttir sup rla ten kMvtalsalj One thlBf ta suns ha ewe and that ta Lilo rapsbilartn a mast make to sets sad rave the tfeiMcnte to swaer- apoalbl4I tor them la tilt lent pIMe th democrat art quits hl to holet thtsrown guM4 sad U tile nand paw it U too early yet to set sfisadroaa in the fteUl toe u bMtle which will Ml opte ketone Jute or Julj next Of course the rrpwblicatM would like to choose Issues They woeWLe Ipteaaed 0N1 trust Usiporiaiin tad admlnUtnuioa blundtr of aft Mmit is the background acid gl up a inestlst- over qiMastiwtt offgtttrthj thinalrgli and ON which they thiftlc they MM tutu tile HgkU There will ho many bases keftar the purple lit tM a iMIfl ef Itoa The democrat uiU Hot look to the opposi tion tar a rliKti Ns of MM boss and Senator Aldrich hoc + sated hia breath IIn attempting to tell la adva c What the dwMocnUlc party U going to de tart the aWe repwhltaa aoiMier pos ses his said a Patleaee In good Unit he will know what iMuea will I14 ltakes 0 up by the democrats and lie alt be u rued that they vlU be of a hansotfi to Interest Ike people and to mike it io1araerat1araerathr n nn time Ilitlluiilnm disousdtmgltuptbpnr UM stak between rush HR extaMrlnn of tile nattons limits a wautd not- change the character nt the govarn meat sad M exftapsioa whisk ovnvtrU a bonsugt auetw republic late a hettro eaeo4i empire When the annexation of any given territory U under von sMeraihMt the quesba ta whether the people want to music la and second wkelkrr the people art capable of ihar lag la ike government and destiny of this nation I believe that nil jwoplo are capable of jrovtrnlug tktttnaelvei tied that the INlipiaotf aliouid ho al lord to govern themselves but I dont tthink that they see stiflldently advaared to usury with UK tile gov eminent of the nation If the Pklip pine Inlands are annexed tho people there mutt either hvcontc dtIrons or subjects Im not willing to admit them ftJ citizens and do stet1 htgii ova that a republic can have inUjooti glcothemthem from outside Interferiutoo Jiadhl proposed annexation must he aanttd erect on its own merits but In consider Ing these merits the condition of the people should havo more weight titan geographical position or commercial nilvantngo W J Bryan Mr Gage willing to have his nilclnl nets investigated by n oonffrcs Blonnl commltfre To be ttrel What has Mr Gage done that IB not indorsed by the administration Anil will not the committee appointed by n republic an speaker be In lieartyncuoru with the Administration nnd therefore sure to declare that Mr Gage has noted tho part of a groat ind good patriot and ttlsq flnnnolcr Omaha WorUMUrftld N r t i J I n Facaa aaac aaar aaaauaaaMaamacaaaac aaaeaaaa ac aa a ck frt0t ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 teS- t J WDDLIptaIDt91Dp4tRD kiull7i+ lt st t1i9t01ILd0 a1C 11D7dtII IDCco H OUR LEGISLATORS They Are Inulnu Jur the UotiTiitiicMf of Ilse Oiuniuu wealth of Kentucky I x J rItheImIDIfortSrUtwItb4riw1 t- oPat eqmIcBI guvotitoto rtI JadhlaMIdat tontitonlartlonA 14JIraakt t Kr Jnt T 2nwltW i porie i that It h In yII l alI 1NnMart found I hlo nut well 5Jd fallowing iniii wen Intro ataseatprrtaI and Ira allowing coamtlM est aa ad valnrrm rax not eacMdlng V tm IIi tM for road Dtlrnl a wenP1 7i1aclArta1 I w IYir u kill ne tt aac feW ptoyant wild dueHfl wild paMrill or ajHTMi nt env oxaMM ef the year alMat Leatagtott fr NVero MuienU to itra ity nw 1 Icttu nl Ittwt n notnrr cuniy to pnt nepot lraaWIhtnehod of5lf rill OftIItIMaMM rm iit Aft4 prattan of erlnllrb 1tSeelW11tins ytalp sfiNwaM C R latklNrn ire I ajgafa elected fnhx Stat Mentor Bep atr t micktMMti wa ee Ute Mil laxt Mvr tl n Urtet Itn eah YtOBOOM 0 aye c II wes coneIdd the jol- niOfa t- I Np aIY Juta reeiOrt Jon tsHot tIgitwee iattodueu a follow I watat laeraae p Mcf on ropcrty In tldi tat In eraer to lx vain easel be ap prorMl by a fecttlI uC 1 the lax thees payaiM IInto IttAl lrtwNr3- In pr rest waettnit of nits or oil nabM- nteky ti a m ebmiianle to k- aYtIhaCII =the Mate requiring cMIM of awn of the Mxth claw to keep up irelii aM read All count jr roaihi lagI fvaa othertstw to roertr an4 Make eels lh taw con mlnR riMirtli ic nl trww toRn tINrM aad IO 1MaJro Prlallns t0 IN Ibr- uueTill Maned a lIIW kill cut In Ut rat ofthe s s ne t oar a rvoolutlon Mr llawlt necflfr d aI rx lutlon provw Ii for Ntof Itpreata r 1Iekeisn yon sett Fi th utMftMiiortal nmt typ TIM of Mavn wr a mode hy Oor Ta and Ltv Oar Manthall and Nt troth th raw rharvm that were mad In tM saale lat MnniUy Yo sedan was taxon Franhfort Jan 1 ihi ves- a r4 t dui IM Mr51 e fleetore Ate PtartiM a tee- t oa H0uwTh cOntst att ee In tlte taw of th tea w w I =N Ie UeutIEin rim ry to rMk hall nil wr tntr dul d follow i ReiI1I 0prottl1tttluun1yfeetetniMulU1 IIn cotU oftthv ihlrt hartWill and rialIa sines nkaJlI luvr a Ux not N rrrod N onta on 8IIG for the main t aelaF of euld Ilhetary prsMIWUo cradlesI atamfi cwntHUilv rmnkfon Ky Jaw m8enate PeU tlona king fee a ep a tyr tatf male for a dormitory tM stale rvliree ta aaaaaa of aa nlltlrw er ttwet ed wbIll Int uc vials rates risk poWIc Ute valve Ill =ay5nJtiadatsit tai e Mamd aertlon nx oft Kentucky ute4 In fycher provide free roAd l- runhA n th relaUae to the awpto- f property tilaaglajt t naru ldinU nrtivkltnK that the lisp for welt on crop tall be UDrtor t all others except that of nit landlord for rent to amend tlon UT of the vtatwto Ix- a ins p n Ity for Xeati1 puWk hip sty hor wa It 1t1Hf us- provWlu t for h ehlan of aa an Namral uaa ootspnal I In list and around rinse e4Ile Houa Thr hnuMr wa In son oil 1Inetn INDICTED FOR MURDER Cot JoUcin llrlil for din Kllllnw orr Ullirllirrt II tetrot nt Krnnkfnrt It r the Jrnnd Jury Frankfort Ky Tun nrlto grand Jury Invtailiratlnff tho Colson Soott traimly In the Capitol liotul made report liiilifitiiy CoL Cokon on tw counts for wilful warder sad on two count for eart liif coacealwl wi ap Imo The irat two IndlctHwtita charKn him with murder in Ute following lanfIlagr JlIl phial Ddvld 0 Colaun In tie said county of Frunklln on thu 16th duy of lannary Itoo awl MoronI the Aiding ot tke iniHetmimt did nnlHW fully willfully fvtouloiwly of his inal iceI fontliia l t with lucent to kill with a ptatol a deadly yrmpon londwl with powdw and linden hall Hhoot Mound kill BMtl murdur ono Uthel bcrt D Rott the grand jury asked for further time to li vttlft Other witnihweH vUl ho examined with n vlow to ntJo whether Colaon Scoti rtnliiliig or Hlnt CAMrluy Julian and wounded Jlarry MeKwun 101 Colaons con Utioh IB gomowhnt mr roved and tetra Its tohl lonlnjf the ioandwl arm art no longer on tertnlned by hln plryaolnift WnnU UN Monet Ilnotc Owonaboro Ky tan IOrho Ko hints Tolmceo Co of Ilwidanton snot1 Collector J15 T IrnnkH of thin olty to recover 113010 Will tax the com pany line paid on its mnuufneturod1 tobaccos since August 83 18011 tau1 which tnx woe paid under protest To Ttnlnc llelKlnn ilnrr 0 vpnsboo Ky lnnU A com pnny her been formed nt Ilnwesvlllo to rnUu lleltHin Iwrcs A big farm haB been ineloHcll with n wlra fence nnd the rabblU will be rolled on n largo scale a CONTEST ARGUMENT TlioiimuiilM ur Wllmnxpn fluiuinanrd- lo TrNlirr Ilrfitrc the lnvr rl- ItalliiK huh rd u t frnnttfortF- rHiikfort Ky Jim 10The hear hey of the ovldonce In tho lOnhlJbl1 for governor nUll tfoiitvnant gnvornor baa liagiin Thu eominltteo In tho gov ornorahlp saes la oompoiiud of Senn lore Prosier Crenahaxv und Allen and llppriwntnttvcB lllekiniin Ilarton than Sludge Lyon llrry and Itcttiok ilemoernta nnd Yarltorry repiibllenn The ooiiimlttuo In tho cauo of Ut lieutenant governor la aompoKMl Ovnatora Colviimn Harrvll and 11A son and UllrIHlttatlnlllll Crawford Alaxandurl Ilalnl Hell Holland awl Mlwrp deinorrata anti II rwcHta UVVM Kami and Lilly rep25bliean- Nrnnkfort KyJan 17Tile gubor Ihlenluyg to hour of argument by tho attorney on taotloHH and UbJltttOhll family roaehiMl the slap of uxaiHlnlug wit nIiCharles P Weaver mayor of Ixtuta wan the first wtlllltItI called sour the examination hud prortedtnl at oonNhlerauto krugth Mr llilp o tho Uocbul aide ask the ipjeaUon Dill tjiv stain of tarts existing n Louiavlllv on or before November With rvfercHco aa to xmeu OHil good1 order juwtlfy entiling out troom on oleet tun day7 Mr Wca + er aald that owing to liKHMidlnry speeches and publleittlomi In the nonwiHipera the ro was a fueling of unroat but not nuch he thought tie required the nillltury t tlio local authorities he regarded aaI amply iNpinl to the oooanloii- II I McDonald of Loiilevllle ws8 the nicond 1tneM He toatlfled an t I the entry of anti OoelMl iMIHteloll liiHldo the H lllag booths by a man latory oaten front Judge Toney to the other i l rlloH ollicri slat alo that rrpultllean lrlaettoxl wWUeor tkratiiH him wick arrant liy fed ernl inaitthaU for ebalUmgiHg Negro voter He oerred aa a democratic elcotlon nltlrer The falling off In the leiiiocratle rote IH bla procinrt he at tribuled to threata anti intimidation Tim board then adjnuraod ILTwentynone wit neaten were examined by the1 gHbernalwrlal bosNia of eot te t all of ikem nelngI Introduced by lilt dcin orraU Twenty of the wltnetwoa tee tlMed INI relation to the aoealled tin MD ImUota fIn of tkem MiytMg hiss t UM teltot wd at the petit ta JHfca MarUn Jitatla Ewe mti itagoilii oMWJ s worn of ao tmaajtartsat n ua that the Marka made by tho vot sec npoH tkera snail be area In shoal seen Inatance the repvbHoana spots vroaaexaitiinaUon broHgkt iron tkeee witneanea the utateioont that IIee vole of the various district In which the thin balloU were tatted dill Rot In list tail election differ front th average vote at preceding elections Frankfort Ky Jan 11he has r Iner of evkleooe IH chic on behalf of toulwl II JMi Hoekkaw DM d1JtOe1a tieI conteataiita for governor slid lieuten sat goventor before time joint lagla latlve content board was eni4 tod ami the heating of urldenee for Uov Taylor sail Ifluut Oar Marshall will now begin They havo Ire days Mt apart to theta after whloli Joe lost slat IkrekJiam will have site day IN rvbuttdl Not more than 50 witnesses testified1 oit the sole uf this contestant Tito wttnuaeea at the hart aeealoH vvr mainly front Loulavllle anti thu twin elpnlI I erldeae was In regard to thoI alleged iiillltary Inturferenee there Frankfort Ky Tan IIrla read ini of the counter claims of the republican partiea to till gubematorinli conteKt argMmentti over the atlnilnal blNty to atrUe It Ijwrtlally out sifter Its adinlanlon comyriaed tho work of the eonteetlng bonnla ninth the last mentioned argument were not con 1II taken denAdudseloon of the counter claim aaytng that IIt rovortnl no much ground and HO many dliTerent cotliitlee In the tale that 1 it worldrvld Impossible inn them to pro to controvert if Inside bearet permitted they doclnrwl they wonltl naRk no attempt to offset the allege dote beaauau of the phjralml Impoaai blllty of bringing to Frankfort thu grout number of witnewefl necoBsary for the ojurHtlou- Kxflov llrndley in naklng tint 101111hlle hind HubptmnHed 9700 witniMwoa Sued tlw Hliikoliiildrr- Iailticdli Ky Inn 20A L Ilrnn nnd C J Whit temorl of Mnyfluld Ky have sued Chnrlon hued of the rainier liouno for 300 which as Btokuholder ho turned over to 11 man who hut Whttemorn and Ilrnud that Taylor would bo the next governor Tho plalntlffa nrc Goobol men lrlvfn Cn Drool liy Drlnlc CorllRlo Ky Jan 10 Koburt Toy laic aged 3ft yours highly connected committed mtluido horn lie hud been on n spec for several dayn t homo nt noon walked up stairsurn d fled n rifle bell Into hlR body no hUll been married but a few montliR lrnilnir Oil and Cinn Iaiiilu Sterling Ky Jan IOLensa on 13000 Hens of lnnd are gunrnutsod In Men fee county and ns soon nR tho same number of acres ore scoured here native operation will begin In bor log for oil rind IOS nets riMAKES FORTUNE IN WEST Partner Cnnnl Driver Illnlrlhnlen t13000 Aimuiir Itulnllven on- ClirUliun lny Patrick McGinn left Ofcwego N V for California in 1868 Nor ton years previous to hla departure for the west ho was a driver on the lilnck Ulvtir canal He mule n lucky Inveitment in Ortu Valley Cal worked hard and wivert money He made u nhortvlult to 0 wego in 1803 Then he returned to California No Ittterk cuims from him and It Will generally bellovnd that be was dead until he appeared u weak before Chrlsinms und announced that lie had course for n Clirlstmos visit Allot tho relative ot Mr McUinn who live in Uawego were Invited to attund a ChrlttmaK wrty given In his isomer At thu residence of Mrs T U Harnett lfl niece At the party Xffi Mvfllno arose and said although he was not a million thateIn view of tile unuurtnlnty of the fu distributetbom of his wealth while he was yet alive He thereupon pre ented to caub of his married relative 1000 to each unmarried relative 500 to catili female relative a new dress and to each mule relative n new stilt d clothes About 16000 was distributed Mr MoGtitn Is wild to be worth a little more than 601000 AN IMMENSE FOSSIL urictTlmr round In ChlllCruu II tiveenMIioaloruudLlaardt 7A fossil evidently prehistoric and across between an alligator one a lizard was found at Cahlern u seaport of Chill by Archie MncKenzle August SO last lying on a ktinkon rock near the north beach lIe reported the find to tire au thorities and by order of the Jnlen dente Senor Carlo Sayngo it was llft cal out ot the water in sections and brought ashore where it was photo preo pam lOr to removing It to NnlparnUo Evidently an uncommonly low tide at the time of the discovery had washed back the sand which perhaps had cols leftsIt exposed to view It Is believed to weigh about six tons and rnemures np JlrCtxhtol IS feet I1 inches in huagt The head IIs nine feet long and the tnll U 14 feet 11 inches long Across the back It tnoHMircft nine feet nine Inches The fossil Is well petrified find has con Kiiferable stone or loutM hanging to It HOW ROBERTS HEARD NEWS llrllUh General Ilmt Irnrn nt UK son Denlli Wlillrnl Trnr clam Ululi i NI tobin dr t9ntco1l J8It1M of ids softs ct 1itIt xtflf travelers club Ho ells talking to a dlsllngHifthed general nt n little Itt lanee from the tape round which Wh formed a circle of numbers Some outs who did not know Lord Ilohertt ass present exclaimed Ooo huhvent hobs son IIs killed What 1 wbBtJlriM Roberta elbow Ing his way to the tape Ho read the fatal Intelligence then walked out of the club without a word the members gazing after him with ale lent affectionate sympathy Ho read the fatal Intelligence t lion VANDERBILTS IN FRANCE IP K nml IIU Itrltlr Kortnrrly VI f- Klaln Inlr TnUr an Autaninlilli Trip from Mcv tu Inrln 1From newsohU wile wbo was Virginia Fair are dust batik In Nice after an extended sue tomoblle trip through Manollles Cette nrone an far nt Paris and return The trip consumed three weeks ic the coupe of which the young course had many picturesque experiences at curious wayside Inns and 80 cents n dur everything Deluded country hoteU They met with only two or three ace cidents and those without gravity The weather was Weal throughout the journey THIS J1AHKKTH1 I1B STQCi CYtt ClnnlJtIrn 0 12 4 N ocher 16C- Aet 1IS1JGtra f 1 BOO loIut paekin 4 71 J 1 M 4 III II ht II spew 440 fee 14Jlt I llt Oall u nalxt If uyi PIlRyeNit J a Ra i k1IONI h ItUrktO ti1li 5 T trlli13 UlJnn h awryi1 i AIPIM1ee 2 11 O 3- 1lcrrATOIDSl i et is13c- iucAno Itf Q- riOUlt1yrtntur so t1flsI tiu 3 C tlcatfu i Corn No x tNo S P I1 POUKMirt s J 10tJMItOSttmtn Co d ttttf fa e i NKV YQUIC ISoIlOItnAUTIMOIllt Fr0tlll Kmnlly s I- BGHAtNWliwitNo S 5 2 ria W- guuthorn IGr Corn MIxMl ItyeNo X wontorn to CAlIICJrlt qUlIlll 60 6 IIUriS11urlorn 400 e N INDIANAPOLIS OUgINllllItN ud IS tudI 1 iJot LOUISVIIL- BnOUIl Wlnler imtuht 3- OltMNWliwiiNo J 2 red it Corn MIxiHt 13ntliMx ii t rOKKMoiLAHDStcutn J 00 t spokeurnJ of mil i ForiOKance1lnetamanoncewhou aIIXI1I Srulh Yea but that tit not M ridle I old i tho akoakedtmoney Mr atmtCollierTIlt Craving for Sllmulnnti Jjjlf question has lately attrdoted great profesilontlIcinareellDgb offieeitOrnachIl11 It brinpall the energy of a stimulanti dyepepdoCtJolt Like n liar or thetabrl wm mad ukrd for a pw to indeife anote o his dilllIt the WJI sputtered blotting thopofitiritNo reoinlrbdCkmgo Chronicle The Old Jinna Qiierr w nymydaughterlt smokeN deughtcrfyd I Jfor my brand of cigars Youn a j ov U1ts M1ItfiDropsy treated lee by Dr II II Green 1 clreplYlltlllietlrsat in another column of this paper Mmet1tiiit Oh eta jobCkxagoDiapatehpackage JMk FADELESS yotherdyeaMallWqilata butterplaNt maamFewtruN O TirneaDemecrat equalMa383amal tItman who has MtUag to da but cUp caiport eels quite a ngurv Gbieago Dally ML byhuelhtt+e Toothache Drop lure in oneminule flinit trratpe MIIot rataPhitadetp- tiltecordr H H i HganenM Mothenprdiicit noctorfpricnbett WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES J ii- Regard Peruna as Their Shield Against Catarrh Coughs 1 Colds Grip and Catarrhal Diseases i wr tt V A c rt sMRS DELTA A LOCKWOOD LATE CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY Mrs Belva Lockwood the eminent barrister Washington D C is the only woman who 1i been a candidate for the Presidency the United States She is the best known woman in America the pioneer her in the legal profession she has gathered fame and fortune lut- a letter to Poruna Medicine Company she says I have used your Perttna both for myself andmy mother Mrs Hannah J Bennett now her 88th year I find it invaluable remedy for cold catarrh hay fever kindred diseases also a good tonic for feeble andold people or those run down and with nerves unstrung Yours truly Belva Lochwood Catarrh may attack nny tho body Women especially liable to catarrh the pelvic organs There one hundred cases of catarrh of tho pelvic organs to catarrh the head Most people think because they have catarrh the head they have no catarrh at This is a great mistake and is the cause many cases of sickness and deathII Health and Beauty sent free women only by The Pcruna Medicine ColumbusOl Something for Mothers to Think About 4J EVERY CHILD born into the world with an inheritedor early developed tendency distressing disfiguring humors L2f the skin scalp and blood becomes an object of the most usetender r rof the dreadful fear that the disfiguration is to be lifelong and mar its future happiness and prosperity Hence it becomes the duty- themselves of mothers of such afflicted children to acquaint with the best the purest and most effective treat ment available That tho Cutlcura remcdloa nil that could desired for the alleviation of the nufleriug of ehin tortured In fants and children and the comfort of wornout worried mothers has been demonstrated In countless homes In every land Their absolute safety purity anti sweetness Instantaneous and grateful toilet speedy cure and grist economy leave nothing more to desired by anxious parents Evidence la found In thetnnvsof letters received from grateful parent testifying to till Incalculable benefits they have derived from tho of these pre disordersIn the treatment of infantile skin and scalp Thcio lIs n ring of truth and sincerity about the testlmo nlalahuro submitted that stamps them genuine and when a mother write as does Mrs E Butler of 12S0 Third Avenue Brooklyn N Y In simple grateful language tho good Cutlcuni Inns accomplished in her home parents everywhere thctq remedies aa house Butlertold necessities Mrs says Sly oldest toy nine year was troubled with sores on different pan of body especially on the cg about twenty four ta all They were about tfcc of I ov ent plwcaml would fcitorritry much and eject a They very painful After former oxportenee with or m 11l1l0 gIrl with Cr11 con remedies I did not other with 1tltor tn cave gave him CUTICUKA treatment Which cowpletoly cured In our weoki Ai n rule my four children are very robu t healthy these tho baby and tlio cWott boy Icing the only ever troubled with anything like thisI I mootloned thanks to COTICUIU remedies they are all now In perfect liMltli What more convincing to a mother than tho following graphic letter from Mrs J C Freoso of 300 SoutliKlm Street Drooklyu N Y II 3Iy baby mal about four wcobe old when bo began to euCTcr tram that terrible tMt a e cctcow I tried e ry remedy I thought would do goof I called In the doctor 1 need tale rocdlctao to no account I did not know what to do with1 him Ho cried all the time soot lilt faee was equal to a raw lithe of meat H was and looked a If there never waa skill on It I had to carry around on a I was fairly discouraged I tben recommended to u CVTICCM A reroedle The nrit Umo- I wod then I could see change I u ed about half n of + i CtTiCUUA Ointment not ODo half eokoot CtrrjcPRA Soir and at end of one abort week my baby Wal entirely curet There haiBBTor been a trail of It slues Today Me Ma Ile M smooth sad soft at a piece of silt Another remarkable Instnncc of tho ofTootlxenoss of the Cutlcurn remedies iis found In the terrible experience of tine baby daughter of Mr K A Lnplmm lily West SWo Stnme Springfield 111 Mr Laphnm writes as fellows iRL Our Uttlo daughter was troubled from her birth with eczema tier race hand and neck would break with pimples shish would swell and become terribly Inflamed water would out like great beads of peroration finally would dry up thotkln would crack and peel oB srffereI terribly Had to wear tort mittens on tier hand to Veep her from scratching Vo of our leading phyfletan ft pood trial neither of them In IClul purehnwd CUTICOKA SoAr CLTICUIIA Ointment CtTlCfiiA KISOLVBNT Improved ot la never troubled although we used lees than one bottle of IlEsiivitvr three boxes of CCTICUHA aril Ctmcuiu SOAR In a fow forceful words Irst Brand of Concsvlllc N Y vividly portrays tin experience common to mat mothers and her letter which follows Is full of comfort and encouragement for anxious parents Of Two years ngo this winter boy began to break with a scaly roeh It nearly orered hU back and calves of legs I heard glowing reports of CfTlcrnA remedies and thought to them Three cakes of CcricrnA SOAP two boxes of CUIICOUA Ointment ono bottle of CCTICUHA RESOLVENT cured him I think them wonderful rcracdleo 5 Cures n Cough or Cold at Conquers Croup fall If the best fur llronena upppe WhooplnzCough end for the Consumption Small doses quick results of As of sex The in and an and A organ of are of are one of of no of all of to Co to afro be be use of SRO the tile pus were my the cure Uic elite but the him and two once but can be him urea but horrible any him pillow vrni the lax and the out rednnn ooze this nod She butrate two the and She once and now my out try ono without cure sure bythewho spent one thousand dollars with doctors specialists CjlilsCutlcura remedies and lio gives tho following account ot thu cure fly eon when bo was air weeks old had a br iklncout on tho top of his bead It spread nIl over his head and fficnhU hems broke out from iboulderto wrist Around hits body aunt around famU7doctorpushed I tried four more and then a medical college la St Louis six months No good yet Spent net lose than a Ibpucand dol lars In money i time Old Mr Barney Clap IpMttol on my mrchldaWmuelfup be began to Improve and got so lie could sleep short nape and gave mo and my wlfo some root Thank the Lord ho le now well tat hearty and stout as any boy after six lorig years of Itching crying anti worrying CUTICUKA romodtos curvd him Tlirco children in one household suffering simultane ous v from eczema Such was tho dlstrciwliic condition of tire Annie long of M5 East Thirteenth Street Now York City who tells her experience In these words My second child got eczema when seven months old Thret months later my ant child got It and following him tM IlIltOOOI two years old fell a Victim For twenty months they suffered fuarful npflny Their wliolo bodies especially their facto rero 10 sore and raw that tho Uttlo ones wcro blind half tho time Jfb word ran describe the suffering of my second child wtweo wholoUody woe ono bloody mass He was constantly crying could pjt no ort9rdoctordRA Tho first application brought relief In each aieOaMl Utter fourteen days treatment with Ctrrcu X SoP And CtrneuRA Ointment Iho worst case was cured and Uio wbulo neljjlibotttsoil I i surprised at the wonderful effect of CifticDKA Ono of the most wonderful of cures is thnt ofthollttlo dntightor of Mrs G A Conrad of Lisbon N IL whoso cuflurincs from eczema were eo intense thaOhcr liauda had to he tied to keep her from tearing her nub The mother writes When my little girl was six months old tho had CozAnli We bad ucd told creams and oil kind of remedies but lQ11J1q did her any good In fact sire kept getting worse J ustit to trrap- her baud up nod whoa I would dress her Jmd to put her on the table for I could not hold her She would kick and terMra aad when sho could the would tear her rIO and atms lotto geoei I used four lmuroaof CirncuitA Ointment two slkceur CUr dint SoXi and tho CUTICUKA KESOLVKNT and sl o was oiled awl I IOU no truces of Iho humor left I can truthfully sssy that they bare saved her life It will nflbrd us pleasure to have parents whoso little Illoudhumorroborutlon of tho facts given and wo have no doubt that such nu nppiral will elicit still stronger tealmonyrontrl lug the wonderful curative properties of tho Cirricim remedies Tho full set for complete external nud Internal treatment costs but el2 and conatfis of CfTictiRA SOAP 25c to cleanse thn skin of crusts mutt scales and soften tine thickened cuticle CUTICORA Ointment uOc to instantly allay tcl11t irritation and In ftmmnUonl null soothe and hoal ant CungrntR- ESOLVEJT CrlQoh to cool and cleanse the lJlood A single set IIs often sufficIent to cure tho most torturing disfiguring skin scalp and blood humors retires Itch tugs anti Irritations with loss of hair when the post physicians und all other remedles fall I Mt HO 120l POTATOES Bbl- lrgrtsed IltTATII UroKrrdn Anrlw liter a u E rmu ilnLru rs CUvrr and KurmHtd aedtblsneerd CLOVERIIl louts L siiirR era co IA cnosst nts fatl i + Q444 It CDTEOIIDHi t +A N KE 1797 WIZEN WRITING TO AIlVEUTlBKlta plcnte state taut you saw the AtlvcrlUe weal la this uptr FIlE c it a y THE HICKMAN COURIER Ueorge Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY JAN 20 1000 Let the People Elegt rThe flagrant Had ou rHgeon 1 1bribtry and corruption used b Senator Olark of Montana to e cure tiia election by the Montana Legislature to the U S Senate la arrvlng to direct tbe Hiientioni of tbe people to the necessity of taking each elections from tbe Legislatures aud bringing tbemi i directly before the people Tit people are learning moat positive ly that member of tbe Leglsla tare eau be bribed and bought but that people are not BO enN lly corrupted There are tit P strongest reaaone to believe thatI Olark is not tbe only U S Sera H t tor guilty of buying tie election and Ibis belief amouuta to almost positive knowledge The fact tbat each a number of millionaireI 1 Rod very wealty men occult aeats in the Senatenot tbe fact that they are millionaires but the i farther fact tbat they were never heard of aa statesmen before tIble r election with no previous training f a k kexperience or qualification inI j outheelected to tha U S Senate were i from tbat olaaa of men who ba previously won State and Nation al reputation by public service and known ability J The Christian Daily The Rev Charles Sheldon auE tbor of In Hie Steps is to brave al fall control of a dnllr oewnpaper for one week at Topeka Kansas o tbe Topeka Daily Capital The editorial news and Hdviriifins la i to be conducted on tin theory o t MrtSheldons great book as Je ape would do if occupying Ithe ad itorial chair Mr Sheldons book was each an Immense uacceen striking tbe great popular Obris tian heart sympathy and intelli gence that the Christian world lI 4will watch with great interest the lllBstratloo he la now to give c How be ia to dontrol the money j 1 affairs t the advertisers tbe hand reds of reporters and news Kath erers nnd to shape Lila editoriale en news aud reports which may be false or trae and to make biB paper a saaoess remains to be seenthI nQgNi BO fighting to do will return from 1 t fOongren11 t Tax Senate will vote on the Ii gold standard bill on February 15 r the anniversary of the day the Maine was destroyed Significant coincidence fi J lleoteId t I t s e I tt Ii Y 1 National Republican campaign t food and hopes to have a I sonhand by July let i iJ JaeepWheelerh I iin4 the Philippines is said to be dUB J q 1tohis inability to stand the oili mate Tbe President it is said is t in favor of 1 legislation which will authorize placing Gen i r Gets Leo and perhaps one or two t other Brigadier Generals on tbe retired list J I TBE Commissioner of Internal has decided that a phy I IRevenae prescribes whiskey or any alcoholic liquor 1 I not compounded with any drag or medicinal substance for the purpose of forming a remedy be required to pay the ape It ItbRIlinternal revenue tax of 82b as a retail liquor provided be acts as a dispenser as well as physician The rating Iis to apply even In cases where tbe liquor ia prescribed etriutly aa a medicine and BO used by theIl Iii patient IN tbe State Senate lest week a 111number of new bills were Intro do old iincluding the old McOuordI tI Railroad Bill a bill to make to bying H felony a bill to make unlawful for corporations to conIt tribute to campaign funds or co I t erce or Influence their employes a bill to establish u prison for wo I men convicts an Initiative andjji referendum bill a bill to provide vOt1InI j cem and candidates from cam j palgn blanderr and a hill to lIrajj hibit tbe wearing of high hate beatre ballst std opera houses ii s hl rasn LOCAL NEWS Lout begins February 2Sth Eyes tested free at Books Servlcr8 rat tho Olistlnn Ohurch Snndiiy by Eld A S Vilbuey A ne ro boy pronoher has boon onus hinK some sensation at Clinton An insurauco company Is to bo or Kanized In OnicaRO which will Do ex clusively for negroes eHnppinta9 is liken sunbeam which the least rtindow Intercepts while ad verelty is us often the rain of spring Do yon know who tho most success ifnl merchants taro They are tho ones who advertise through tho newspapers Tho MutthosSulllvan Milling Co of Union UUtmlldo as coltvtimatit lust week Liabilities 31000 as ts f JtxlO- e Arlio Reeves son of Mr Alvle Reeves near Union City accidentally killed muisolf Saturday whilst shoot ing pigeons The celebration of tho twentfif th nnniversarr of the consecration of Duh op Thomas Underwood Dudley will bo held at Louisville tomorrow at 10 u wit r Fnrmcra call with your products at atl ii SHAWS Bin Store The ChlcaKO canal was opened last week and the drainage water from Chu city will henceforth mingle with tho waters of the Mississippi John Honshaw citizen of Missoa pnoaymonia Saturday was e Drown graveyard Sunday On Feb 15th to 18th tho Nino teenth Annual Shite Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations will meet at Coviugton Ky If some talks spent as much time in knowing moo as they do in finding t things about them they would a better business of lifeI1L Get you a watch before they daroali goon from the lien Handle stock 3 price at Bucks next to the l1 Big Hotel Tho marriage of Mr Ernest Bennett and Mrs Hattie Whoyuo Coburn ldangbterot Dr A B Whayne iis an louuccd to occur Tuesday next in the Fulton Leader Mr Gus Elks a son of Mr J W of this county n well known nor and upright young mutt died Sun day of pneumonia and was buried at Poplar Grove Tuesday Major 3 C Harris is making a new survoy of Roolfoo fake i that prince of good fellows and excellent surveyor forthfo D Johnson the Clinton insarana- man has sued the Provident Lift AsI 21000for i charge of criminal libel The Man Who borrowed my Hand Corn Sheller will please return it 9M T Sat toN Paw asked Tommy what be upIvBOnp Tucker dont bother me withpfoolish questions A local weather prophet predicts a good fruit crop thIS year because Christmas camp in the dark of tho moon the first hard freeze was a month earlier than usual and Easter comes late Speculations as to the weather are indulged in by citizens because of e unusual mild spell of the past two weeks and predictions of severe cold ext month are freely made based on last years record It is true that Feb last year was very cold Prom 8th to 13th inclusive the meronr below zero ranging from 4 to 14 degrees But February of last year was respcctIte inch a record again this year Supply your wants at Buchanans Closing Sale orthographyn are among things pass mans ua derstanding Hotno explanations however havo a plausible sound A minister was recently called upon to marry a couple in private and had occasion toI ask how the name of one of the wit hii 1 clergymaYeej r I orThat said the witness is because my sister ana me wo went to different schools Some time last year Miss Ida Fer guson one of Obion countys most highl ly respected young ladies married a man named D F Taylor Soon after tho wedding it was learned that Taylor had a wife living in Texas from whom he had not been divorced Taylor was arrested on a charge of bigamy tried t yearsinI his Taylor toMrI prosperous farmer See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost I C nUL ROAD EXTENSION betbn countryIt in Dyersbnrg for the Illinois Central Railroad Company have about completed their work and will leave 3ndqunrIengineers a Herald reporter fail companyspurposoI haveinsl ing surveyed The surveyors will prob ably bo engaged m surveying nil ti severai1laHt onI between F ton and ManiphliDyer County Herald Wants 1arolo Lelltcd II Ool II nry George president1 of the Stiie Priaoii OoiiuniKSlun jointj ooinmltte 1 Miiphanized the ueoea ells of the parch law on our slut ute hook lipii c operative Our Ing the tlini the law was m oper niton 118 uoiiviuti were piirolid Hiid only three of tlllli ninnber prillullrllrrole 11ullllt einptiiiHlzi die fiiutl thatI tthe Bourd of Prison Oominis HiiinerH were in uloHer coach with the urlxonerti and k + nv heller iwho tire worthy lidIthuuhl tie lihen tthe power tto parnU The PlllI to the Great Father at Washington I The Southern Uepnlilii rtiif up Pea r to burp iibiiat th8UIIIP lilcnI of tthe Federal government whet iiN in the IHIUH of their iiarf IHH ome of the North Atnerlcai Iii dlHiiH rpgardlng It as the Orent tugtnil their troubles VNtP 1111 ttold that VaHhlncton In fall of IKepnbllutiiiH from North laden N Nod Kentucky nil imploiiim the admliiiHtriillnn to do onietliini tto jhelp them out of their miner The delegation from North Curo Una IIN working for eomeueiion onI the port of the peneml govern meat that will defeat th ronittii lulioiml amendment while the KeninnklHtin err Iryirgto injectI lnational affairH Into GoebflV non test for TaylorH gnheniHtorirtlt I j neat ItI iw Bald that Mr McKin ley told llie latter uiourj tlmt heI c ould do nolliiuir for tinin HIH I Intimated Ithat he hull HrouhleM of his own f UAILNKIE WONT CONTRIBUTE Arkrd abouttllort111allt b Ihad promloed to milincrjor 50+ 000 to the KepublioMii con volition fund Andrew OrnenieI INN week declared that the re L port was a mistake and bit tit Hepobllcan party could foot grt one cent from him if itc rolarr itoseems inevitableI i My ntinll fit open hat y pore IH cloned he sold MKJke it pnlilicun party IHI true lo im peen ulplea thai have made Us rOlJlllr great then iwould cblnoriOe I lint not if tilt plaiforni iunmlt C i lip party IAN policy loxf iluli Bhonld be unnllerablcoppoj ell- I am In tarot of retiring nilI thet Went Itidieri ifllandi if we rH do BO he went nUlII believe they would tnukn leclrniile N11i I proper acquioltloiiH to our terns ry That vort of expansion in on1 the right lint lint inlml vow I il Hhonlil not en beyond trrnlory n 1 jihiB continent We haft no hOR iineRtf either In politics iir innritlp tto take and keep the PliUuplneHt j AN AMERICAN CANAL tityP Senate Committee on Ibr Nioarn gunn Oanal trill it should be lint ied will result in the pxMnge ofj that bill during the prrimt sen Ision of OongreaH The merits of the Nicaragua JariHl enterprise CB coutrnBtedI with those of the recenllt Awe r icanized Panama OMIIH are alI BckIlOlfldipdTheappro ed and 10IItlcnlaP forthcoming report will ilnabtlerffl recouimenil immediate+ action nnd u nC110aThere Is reason to bplletp how ovet that a powerful lobby loft C no21 will still be brought to bee r in Wasblgton against the pnnsage of the Nicarague Oanal hill This of course will be done In the tin te + est of the Panama Gunul pro jPct now in the hands o an Atner lean syndicate of heavy cnplialfI InhtIing the progress of the Nlcurngua t work Nevertheless with the Hilrolnis theIe lIIoementhould sitfleleota titNlcnrHgpnno ported to the Senate Il should now be safe to aHsume that the menace contained in the rect it- orgnnlzntl n of Ithe Panama CanalI Company of America will fail tto materialize IT hau been demonstrated repeatedlyl in ororystato in the mrtUlforelKn 81I81I thoci I V Fisher of i rooPI1t89 uiletlImyfamIlywith perfect 8ncco w We brhevo thatis If butthathilssaveda raltimeR rclalI uud 1- gLts tI Shaw State Line lira trl v I7T C MAYFIL11 KXC1TEI Pier An Attack tin it Pluto Man lit rive ogroi H mid There Mar lie Trouble I slut rllll Jan Ii3 Mayfleld was thrown into another spasm ofrx cltemunl chic afternoon when 3 women a man null a buy nit ne Igrass JuuedJ l I1 beating J A ellJonrN lo do poultry dealer of this city II N was nonsldera Lily bruised in the Iaflrai and has ttwu uglyI gashes on hlrt hnIIIratiieil by a brick nml pluck Mr Jones alighted Irom his Vfn gon and separated1 ttwu boys who were fluhling whereupon 3 ne gro women rushed upon him and IiliretiPlilm dijwn and together lhev fought in the mud when tilt boy run into the fljln Uhlnj a brick Albert lisleI It negro ran iipWlth another tirlek and got in lo the row hut a Distance reaili edI Mr Jones and tho one rid rd tight was stopped Tin news spread quicklyt old In n short while thvsireetu were wererbhrswand blacks Ollluen preenled MrI Jones son trout avfnglng his fathers rough IIreatiiieni while tthe negroes were MrrHigiutd In the 01 y Court The affair hiss stirred number hitter leellng MgHiiml the negroes told trouble may follow The ne gro man I IHNUI to have heft town Thf Shooting of Hritrgti Sinn Briggs tthat ono legged until carrier who alto shot IhJ lad ward liruue u Calmer lit Bojilc IrIIN twenty tithes south of Miiy Held uturdry afternoon at 1 oolock war carried to liin home I in Mniflfld Sniuluv nfli rnoon BruaNNi oharpptl tliiil Briggs iusnhedl IIIK wife on Unl MondHy M 1tJlll- at on piled mutt IMI rnnie in UnII Miilt amuidn Ilriive fail lowftl hint to his de llniiiio Hull budri lieen deposited hr tleHlifrntcly fourdofNwliioh entered Urljrgn buck near llie uphiHl column nnd lodged In ANdN10 the woods According to the troutyacetic ITHgedi IJrljyn lirII Droll Fire hondreil IIPIplace Sninlay nlfiht Hud wnald nuhut oliHue lint fur the request from tiiJK tu let him Nlmtr t Till street tuerNoi home has been thronged with pen lpie niiico the tragedy Had there ttrol Bn gri Is 27 yearn old nut IIN tan pnlerrd a Ohriatlnn young man Itepcnl tIle Stamp Tax Mr Lt wiu of Georgia hue In ttrniluoed a hilt In Uoiigreps to re pest the i iamp tax He bellevo that as the reports of the Secre late of the Treasury show more nanny Ulna Is needed for the ad ministration of the HfTairs of the government making the most hh cent allowances for the army and navy Congress should repeal the Hiamp lax provision of the tars nue tax As it Is tile one hundred mil lions raised by the lax seetna to lbe used by the ailmlnlHtratinn for the relief of National banks in Hie cities Hud thp result is Unit the people ore being taxed for tile benefit of the batiks Mr Lewi wattle to put n stop to title pro celling The bill provides that thlIIul shall lake effect on the 30th of June of this year The Lewis hill has been very favorably comment ell upon and the ithances are that Iitt will receive strong support on both Ids of tho House It is re garded as a common sense hUIIII ness meneure Having A Ureat Run of ChnnilicrlainH Cough healed Manager Martin of tho Piornou drugstore informs us that ho lot inring a OoughHemedymedicine to ono of any other kind nnd it gives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe there is nothing like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop tho cough neal np tho sore throat nnd range and give relief in a very short time Tho sales lire growing and all who try it are pleased with its prompt action South Chicago Dilly Calumet For sale by Cowgill Cowgirl Hick man and A MI Shaw Stato Lino drug guts Farmers Free Column iUnder this heading will heroaftorbo published notices not to exceed 0 lines each from farmers who lire subsnrib ers who havo horror mules cows pro sduets Need c for sale true of ohargo Full SALE Good Clover Hay 7 per ton at rlokIUood milk Cov with young oulf elrqRThoApply to sl1 A MoDArrizc I = c c = c cONg11 j INIll1i Druggists jI IIKAUqUAKTKUS FOR CHili J1 I IUx t COUGHi lH IPIt ANO i0 1IIrl Jl141 CLH8 INSCRIPTIONSI Carefully Compounded Moiinlain titI lull Italian 01iornmeiit hits I tilt fle lialliiiiH in LoulMiiiin hunt cprlug Under ullII1M the proHicution of nidi rn es IsII It lo he Stale iintl It 1111 lilt PnIttlit will iiriihalily uige Oun gleoh In lass lulls now iiciidlng lo glee JurlMlliiloii lV lcinl Oouils In all niMN list altit g l11 itf sons who Chat l15 inoticilon Jlnile Young AgaIn Out of lir King Nw Life Pills mell night for luo weiln lath1 put two m U sitKiwId fur Liver bauntttalxeh HOUSE AND LOT SALE hniiw Uull NI or fOr A 11 JOHNSON I ItyIOLD GOLDII WHISKEDr jVI K WEBSTERZf SULK FOU Union Ciy Tenn I j TRIXTON MILLETT CO UfcftlfaM OWUKBDORO KY i fJ Bread i IB Tl- wrArr OP Lrps i tC0 10 IK GOOD FRESH BREAD tOmTWI IBW Gity BaRcfY Brcd I 1tJMiy Ill 1 211 01 lJQ LN 1POJt Tropical and Domestic Fiuils1 Fine Chocolates r and Candies Cigars and Tobacco 1 AFRESH OYSTERS f mi OXUOIY KKmiVlID DAILY 1- I 11- V I 1 Fresh OjvMN HTMit la eaj ctrl salt at aU how f j Coo Bw Us 1 TvtoplMM W ll- ii t 2Tew City Bakery+ M Pr 4C+r+ 7 QCsr 4 C f JMtajestic11i Cooking Basges The Best in the World You rattiiol Hiiltc u JIlMfitUr la Buying Oae of tliese Ranges One of MM Strongest Points IIn Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL 111untrPBuyingI klua fall null Kxiimliic Tluni IauIIl lluj no Oilier 2M 3 eaSVASD HICI IAN MARBLEI WORKSJOM1 A1ZLlt4I11C1 1I41 TOM DILLON ST Propr MWIM N N r Nwp1N- JMarble and Granite Monuments O U K 33 IItT Go STOXB WOUK of nil Kinds IRONl rENDING C0 Siohmaii Ky W B a D13ALHK IN r miI K lilTlffl1 AND1 TRNKIBEtt It ttI1IIKII 8OLR AttIINT POit 00OldI prove IIUIIIt1 oiltles hithe treaty lurmrorIfr1UtURIrFOR AUBVT t+ sii WEBSTER 10111 Siiiiiilnril Lincoln II County H On300II aalS P E CI A LOFFEsDI Alt SIR IIlltl eiuimeii tb NeilIINII rnllquurtWIIWKBY for UIlIIIId ItYB 8300 I I I proposeI to ship u1 appnival in IIIf1 I I kl4 UI III J1iori I NHIINfu1 I IIUH liberal uflVr and IInwtu JWJ Jlists It t t Oily Ttllfl I 14 Ii 1 t k i rC tUdlrond Time Table N 0 St 14U It LKAVX41 Allltmx twin Nil Mt ei1N l m j Tmltt No M 716 a m Tf1N No It at YHb p rn I I TrlI rte 4 IM p m Local and Personal Dont worry In this tnngleil nkclu thouqhtButHaiti And tightens up tho kuotII Muku win tlio moAtor of your mood Through noxious font and doubt goalIYru J 1 T 8 day oolcxte I JO at BuokV j Mrs T T Bwuyno id visiting lu Un Iou Oily J Mn Soul Watson htu returned to MayfluldMrt J A Stnbbu ia visiting in Jonuttboro Ark Mr 013 Hnokett M nt Cairo on bus mom tliU week Mr D Johnson of Otinton was lu town this weak editor Molt Avow of t lip Fulton i Laidor wtu in town Wed UOtItlll Mr and Mrs D U Bryant of Ful ton and vUltlng Mrs T A Lwtford I Mr anti Mm Oscar PhilliH are vas iting their mothar Mm Judge Kwirby taA big lot of Uuttarx at Bucks MBH Mike and W P Taylor of Fulton war auemltng Uourt tliU week I Mr Will Judge u Hickmim boy U now n truntwl employ m th Uoraru mam beet at Mmupliw- BtUw T c Mnhnu ions beta wllwl HittihurohMwwltuius E L WiliiuiiM and nIurn OovUiKtvii of Crystal Tanu w re gtwif Of ilro M U Shaw last WHit iecrr Iluster Jntner PnirtlMh IIullI Wlfa ms awl Mtw ttiiroioth of Un t Uuvidaourmuulyn rarCut prloM on everything nt listed Mk4 Fuuui lIa8 WinCim ItUl daughter of Dr Rut WMtanw of Orys tAl TMin BjMMit kut WMk wick caI iauilly ef M II Show Dr Alex Pane who hue beso M rltttily soak for wrvnil ween the Oou rtir IIOIM with 4jMnur u iulB lwitty rwwvurtd to be out on the stnrau Mw S K Davidson will give H wbUpurluK tin nt her ruetdruoe Fri day uighr Juu 80th for the butiwUt of thoOl Church All ounluilly invit t ldIMrs JOlt Ayun the bright and gifted toittor half of the Patttjn Lwulw Alleo1PCmIty and uNIn I wJlr t MWBTtaa utlJlij twnHtKi Ofitotl O1trt Vwdulls+ day Strange to My most of the A- IUkIf18tI Rotetrw the Mormon pu flygauiut will given by wetnen when hr uudo hu draiu iio dtuse m UougrwM but other wouiwu hUMwi kiss Mr W P Taylor declined a rt olw 1uii to the plremdudy of the lima Nuttonul Bank of FutHMi and will d- vvt hw time to the dry goody burina M he U ulrwudy a partner with Jan F Dater t1 fife Itttl child of Mr Julian Olumt dtadi lust Utttunluy night nt hu home In Bast Hiokmtui mud the rmiaiua our tied to Wiugo Ky tor inlorwMit Sin tore aympathy u uxttodt to tke L be rented pareuw Ublou Democrat MiM Annie L Morton of Jordan U in Umedule MiM Rod bus n position us doputy Ohnuotry Otark MlM iortou in worthy of the good position the btu and her friend wUh her much auooek Mr Jan P Ureod n most oxotllont and worthy eituou hounnible upright mud oxomplary died rummy uveiuu lrut nt his nomo in thifl county near 1I10mlln flu war io 1I1011I11n Thulll day trading Ho hnd ome kind of fe ver and jaundice rAsk n lady or gentleman where they got tluoir wntelu they will nay It Iuik II sod it U u good one I have tried It A St Louts man has asked a re coidor to refuse him a marriage license should ho apply for one at army time averring that a certain young woman can hypnotlzo him and ho fours her de signs She may block thii move by hypnotizing tho reoonlor Mr Jo B Lattus a woll kaow oltiton of this county dlCIWo dncsday morning of pnuumouia He was a dairy man and well known to all time people1 ot Hiokmau A grunt big healthy I vigorous genial warm haunted mat lie leaves n wifo nod children Young man aakod tho proprie tor of tho store who was making tit u rounds ot tho various departments how cat you afford to dross so slob rately nUll expensively on tho salary wo pay t gloomily answer ed tirosateautau i I ought to have more l salary Oblon Democrat Tho Inrliu Ious nt Hiokmau under the management of Mr thas J Ouster formerly of Oar mack Park Hotel Humboldt will bo opened tomorrow nUll tho fact that Mr Ouster is to bo tho manager immures sue ciri beyond any question Ho is able oxporioncodi 111111tlll give tho service that the people want County Court Clerk Sum Laten loft Tuesday night tor Frankfort hav lug boon subpoenaed as a wituoas In tho Stutu oleotiou oontorttu Hu ww order red to briug the Kilo uoofci of the olio troll in the oouuty mind for this roiuou it la supposed that Ins testimony is lo have soino Uoarmga to thu kind of ttu5 Sotsouiiipluin t hat tutu caper or IlHIIIJ wiw used iu Home K pubhuuii udwUI4r ami tim lUpuulleiU olalui that thu tioknw thug used worn prmtwi by 111 Blunt Drtutuw Brulioy C Uilburi LouUvtlie uiud Oil time nuiilcqunlliy ot paper uu Wiis used IiI Fittluii Oruvw and iiilier Utln ooratio oouutliH IVi produiw till iii uu bmks is supp uNd Iii be ih reason i 11U tU1IU udusnawjucudiujilr JLiUieuI i H1GKMAN COLLEGE i Kxniulnutlon January 1100 Tho following are tho best six Injpaoh gnulo at the January examination I Third Umdo Hazd Adams Ll71o Corn in Humid DeUow Mar urito lJn jlIourlhI jjlI Parry I dull Smith Lily Hubburd j UullyllIf I Ouwgill Uo era Eflla Bruur Sixth Jnide Sec lImo oue Mora Annie Powell Alex Adams Bottle Do Bow Olu Wwithuny J3dgur Nuylor j Sixth tirade See 2 Emily Odol1II Vuruiu Huiibml Ponrl Unaharl t Uonduniut Uerthu Sohupbaoh Willi ellllI llidloy I Seventh Umdtt Intz Luton Onrllslo Hieo Kmnui Kir Willie Barnes liar Ire l 4stuuruu1 ftttiill I Btghth Qnulo liutio liruor Arthur Fltmtng Tholhi Hubbard Jamie Olieuk doom Freuoh Auulo UllUou man BCHOO- Ll tr l YearPark Powell Max Iow I oil llurry IVntnor Olurmiou lionduruut I Aluttle Sway Ida SohuptNioh- SuQond J YenrMnud Luusfonl Itnl I Aiutwrg Curtis Hubbiint Tom Pmthor Uiohmond MelMniel Nut tic lIOkn1lluII Third Yewr Lora Whipplo l3UJns I llLtldol UU Arch UeOow ffi7b LytI dU Gonlder bJ 8 iCon Drown SI1 t NinnQltuu B28 W have hud n few visitor during the H HiUi but not w iiwuy UH wo should liny had We do hops the poo pie wm viitt the itehoal and eneoumge both pwpiki and tuuohor ly their tires siee neik tal1yIj I Is J 0 OIIBKK Priu I The Itolug InsHlou I ooI01WluIU1MU i I tor MO my Unit in short I wants tur iII AX u flavor er you Mnnu Jim All right Ill do anything I Gun for you VhatUitr You Idiow that brand r water mil lion dot I lark HO wol1r YeMame Jim vrhan I deiul on bury 1 want you to utuut some JHMI top ur my grave un w en time oomo fur nm to ripen I wmiUi ver to oouie thus Doull firich any KUife wid ye dont enl em taut te to U yo air en hits eel wide open alld let tJae sweet luloo atak thou to f me u Ill IIt It Mane Jhu IU Kit It I Atlanta Uoiuttlutiuu Ions and Boys SuitS go at Cost at Buch anans A Womans Ilrljukc A Kantian Oily women wlioae i hair WIIH gray went to New York rtoeiiili and took n tide on n trol lIV ear limb of the Hide Heatn o f the uttr were iiruwtled with meta AH sbo loud there hanci i to III cirili nwliininjj and jerking withi the motion ol thu oar xho oliserv ed tnal all the men oeemeil to be hidden Inhind their lIwIIrII SH thought IIH tihe that men often use lo glee Ihut Heatit to women The III Ife rl II I- wan painful to con finplate Ft nullv n negro in the other uhf o f OIl oar stood up nut sold Take Ititle mit I lady- No 11 Answered the women with dlstinoltveneHM 1 will taut lake the seat of the only gentleman IIi the oar1 The newspapers dropped trod tlv nly mud six men rose to their feet Apparently they had ungKansan City Star Sec Buchanans Cost Prices on Shoes and Hats HE SallIED FOR UOUD- Ho limit bwen coming every night for over 700 nights nod a focu 1 teller had told her to stop hiu off thenmonotony She loved him dearly but when next he cuinu she sold Thornwnld snnposo you skip Itomorrow tight just for chllnge With mill my heart ho replied dojoutint Another tight passed anti another mud another but his old familiar yank on time hell was nn heard Then the tairgitl sent out a general alarm and got track of luau That one nMil hud done time business He hug nisi nd fallen in love with another girl and bad no morn use for the old one In brooking up the monotony time gulleleen Majorla boil1 broken her own hurl She lingered nronnd fur twenty years but an no one onemed to want her situ folded he1 hands mud IIhdN Y Sun inliNiplIi have Tho Tree Barber Shop ia tho pinto li get an nntisvptio loco wash This prep iimllod attar shaving leudura antisop tie dUI flirt prevents infpution nII A L IIUUI1N I J Pith Ocmocrniio ineiiilierH of Ithe ICentiUky delegation III longreHx will eleut IteptHHiuilHilvo Onoar Turner to represent ihein on the 111111I Iruie la11ICaNIlltq UmIn IItIBue PLo Uovernors Contest The Oouriei would bpglud to present lits renders with lit Intelli gent Humniarv of teHilmony as preHonted before time Ouburniito roll contest III progress at Frank fort Inn Ir is next to Importable The duly piirilsan papers er denlly color Itheir reports mind I hfI getsl11IIIIctI fuullIIIState dont appear lo he Inking I much interest In the contest nndjI rural tilt excitement seems 1to be subsiding In other sections The result will mt doubt be de clared next weekx Wheelers Silver Hill Congressman Olin K Wheeler j has Introduced a bill in Congress profiling for the frets mid1 uilllm rumybill was Introdnceil dby Mr Wheel er at Ithe Ort HP sum of the last Congress but no action woe taker on it at that time Three 1buIIHulltt011nrllJ J AI Itt Mary j IKy in her rinse against the IIHj inoirt Central Uiilrond for 825000J damage for the killing of her hus band wuft last week given judge uitMil fur 30IO by n jury III our Oironit Onurt The Hillroad Unto puny appealed Union oily can ner + M Fltzltugh Leos Story I Uen Fitzhugb Lee receives1II niuuh iitlenllon during his recentII visit lo the Unit MI States He had stories to tell says the Sat urday Evening PUllI lull one of them coneerneU hla name II was after he had gone In Cuba andII Iho tnanlpnlalors of the telephone were not familiar with his unto e Had reputation What name Is thud asked the ILeeFllzhughI e response jFl1 j I jIi thl1yOhlllnlluII1 the Voruiontvllle lIch hobo hasdb covered tbo romarkablo eecrot of keep lug old people voting For vKira he hasi avoided NervuusnrM Sllephll near dlgarttiou llonrt trouble and Uheumntlsm by using Electric Bit pnlblutij kidneys tones the slouuirh aids digwi tion mind gives a splendid appoiito It has worked wooden for my wife audi ofrto audrug stores Frivafc yule Will sell at private sale 4 horses 1I milehoow hofs and household faro taro and othor articles too t to mention T S Witt oats 0 miles from Ulckuian Ills fife Saved Him liede for I had such n bud cough I could hardly breathe I steadily grow worse under doctors treatment but my wife urged mo to use Dr Ktnge Now Discovery to Consumption which complotoly curedi mo Coughs Colds Brouohitis La Urippo Paenmouta Asthma Hay Fev er and nil uiaadlcs ot Chest Throattt and Lungs are positively cured br tin f1ooEvorysi free at all drug stores MONEY TO LOAN Borrowers Wanted 10000000 how Is Your ClaniiB to Se r cure a Horne EASY PAYMENTS The HICKMAV BUILDING AND IIoperutionII IIJlhillj Cell used in securing and buildingsI I imams for its membere There arc several hundred citizens of HickII man and tbrnugbout the county I who ate and Slave been Bbareown IM and each can bear witness toff its successful management It I pays a reasonable profit is a sure s3vinfI111It1I ip their money It affords bur payingbypayitngforaccomplishes that result The hooks for a new series ofI ihlfl Association are now open and will be held open until the 3rd Thursday iu February 15thforthe subscription of New Stock is issued in February yearFur call n the Secretary nt the COURIER Hiokman Ky kffiC lELIUlOUS TOLEIIANOE L1Veise of Ohnlinnoogn jTiMin In HII nddrens a few duy 5 ugh advocated religious liberty Dayts0tlitne two aeots 1 1iivp us stack right an liny other OlirihtlHin to preach their religion without belmf mo lenlrd At first plance the Habbl 1111 rieht But no necl or denotni I inition can rightfully preach or- II notice H doctrine that IIn entirely optioned to the laws of the noon try Christ himself timpht met to obey the laws of their govern went and when sissy people pro pose to he Inwnhliling sod yet Jtllvp In pin n tautly violation of alt law In the name ot Christ a wid Mrelcli of time imagination would OP required to consider them a i Christian people 80 far HN the Mormons are con cernid the law does not interfere with the promulgation of their re IHelon tint it does prohibit their polygamous practiced The law Prohibits polygamy not Mormon lgem Under time Constitution o f the Untied Santee the American I I people do enfoy religions liberty sand no religious seat living InI molested conformity to its laws will ever be I t fG1lrmIJnts fur H H w ii 0 it or 20 r Bargains I Underwear and Heavy AABOOTS SHOE8rf 4 to Close Out vy1 v EVERYBODY anti cvorybodyfl neighbor discussing the Cen I tnry problem They dont know whether it is the Nine opinionswill I I Why wo know a few people who buy Shoes at the cheap storesiand think i moneybecILuso I I be Sold at Low PricesI i Lively Boys nnd Girls and shoddy Shoes make a poor com I bination WE give more Shoo value for the money thanIe any cheap store you know of All rips sewed and soles pegged FREE I I I OASH SHOESTORE f mu aga 200600IN CASH AND VALUABLE OFFEREDo To of The American 100 GETS Try It You May Vet It No One has a Better Cbsace that Tee OESS NUMBER ol grain on Vn aurlllp1ud nr of Whit 1nJlnCr Jir T Ungid JOJ Inches UHnieier m llire end 2j inches In midrib 2J inches Mail end 2 inebiii circumference HI Urpe end 8 18 lushes NI small end 813 la middle 7110 The mr of turn IB pinetd lu tie Amertan National Bank of Nuhvtlls TIISmlWlekI1 IaIiI topj sending In the corns or nenret eorreoi guess II1 for loelvc month sub Koripilon lo she Semi Weekly AineriOit- nIS ANHM f 9500 00 16000ThirlIXFourhrlocdropl esnoFIMii 6566Setenih3800ElchlhMOONiiiih2600Tenthi 00Toguess whether correct or not will receive a complete Illnorj 3 vol witheOCITOTAL T rT Mi J2 006 00 latrtbuoteoetsitIfl guesses parties thisfeyI has a b Htr chaaee lo get it than elf secrforcer eon U la whohanteslysdD Cafe Sparta Tenn 8400 OEFEIKtadbeuMepaaaliITHE AMERICAN Tenn I ffi4Wr4i 1 rtGOM B SHAWSt 41MICKMRN KX1Do r 1 FOR W Elite Brand of Clothing ttUnxcellen Unsurpassed Unequale If Workmanship Variety 1 Perfect Fitting All Ages I Is 19 Good Shoes Cant IE GIFTS Subscribe SemiWeekly 60000 CASH remitting Nashville TO t Style Highest Standard Of Artistic Tailoring j s- e J c I wot 4 The HickmanMCourier 1 GEORGE WAIWEJi Publisher mORMANs s KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS f The washing in Egypt is usually o done by the men British India now has 140 Colleges oDd 17000 students Only onethird of the population of Calcutta are females The wages of a Chinnmnn at Amoy 1 nmoiit to about 95 a month in Relief is now being furnished 2451 tWO famine sufferers in India The wor production of lead in I 1SOS amounted to 777000 tons Sir Philip BurneJoncR the artist is a cousin of Rudyard Kipling Land in England Is 300 times as vat 1uablo now as it was SOO years ago About 550000000 worth of rubber was exported from Braid last year From Paris comes the news that purple hair will be the vogue thisi 3earIIThe Paris opera house the largest theater in the world covers three acres i Queen Victoria has not worn llerrcrown 20 times during her entire reignsThre lire 10000 miles of railway now in operation or under construe tion In Africa Countess Castellanc who was Anna mould of Now York has the loveliest I Ii garden in France Tho trains are to be forbidden to Ittt whistle within the limits of the city of Toronto on Sunday The estimate is that Colorado next t year will produce between 40000000 and 50000000 in gold Germany is believed to be endeav I oring to coerce Liberia into accepting B German protectorate I Denmark claims that there is Dott3 a single person in her domain whoI cannot road and writeaA great many people are boimi lJrn l 3vgyt this winter now that the Sou It cut n is open for traveling l negotiationslPorpgnJi stationGI France considers the reciprocity treaty with the United States too fa 11torableto the latter country- In hot Mexico school children are allowed to smoke in school hours when 1 their lessons are well prepared Lord Salisbury hna let his vials it In Linulieu near Nice to Queen laa beJIii of Spain for four months A Chicago professor figures it outi tthatin 100 years hence the city will I t UH MichiganIpersons IntlJ n progressive euchre game nt XCjYork for the benefit of a church fundii Work of boring a tunnel through the Chflkoot pass has begun It wlJlCIi 16 the passage way of a 37mile oleo trio road Coir J W Forney of Sumner count I Kansas has shipped a box of 78 cars of corn for display at the ParIlI exposition I quanFtitiesI sunk in the sea than are now in cir culation on earth- Lumbermen are beginning to worry q because snow has not fallen in suf ficient quantity to expedite their op ff- orations in the woods Gold silver steel aluminium ande lead when immersed in tauric acid a new chemical discbvery becomes as i pliable and ductile as putty Fairhaired people have the bestd Ieadfof hair 140000 to 160000 being quite an ordinary crop of hairs on the head of n fair man or woman The Ants is the name of a society I of protestant young women of FranceII 3They timber 20000 and their object is work among the poorer classes The regalia worn by Washington as- a mason is owned in Goodland Kan It consists of an apron and baldric j and iIs the property of J T Smith hIrrteenimonths ag a buffalo was killed by the bold Packing Co at Widhlta nifu the meat has been in cold storage ever since Some of it vfa8VsofiPnethe rate of 2 per pound Ynd was found to be very tender and in firstclass condition P In Colombia the snow line is aboutI z 14000 feet in Ecuador near the equa t ttorabout 17000 feet in Peru and Bo f lila about 15000 feet and in Chile 4 from 1SOPJI feet to the neighborhood oi SantMgd to 3000 feet at the Straits of Magellan t The Austrian emperors crown wayI recently photographed in order toI r correct imperfect representations of I jlt on coins and official documents Tho crown is regarded ns one of the finest works of European goldsmiths V rhe material alone is worth 500000 1 Some of the wire men of Boston t have been asked to say who in their t opinion is the greatest man the nine I t I tccnth century has pvoduccd Most r1t of them vote for Abraham Lincoln t fi t Others whoso claims are recognizedi pro Darwin Spencer Bismarck Glad tJo stone and Edison 1 The statistics of the Connectfctt 1I railroads for tho last fiscal year show that 50269408 passengers tfere car pussenIfi ger was l The ancient frigate Franklin a reI J Jo of the old wooden navy which has I been used for many years as reedy I f ship at the Norfolk navy yard is irlfboonto be a deserted hulk I d Capt Slgsbeu the hero of th- ei I Maine and who will take charge of t Febti ruary Washington which will soon be occu pled Jyr the Sjgsbee family llr- L 1Ip Ij LADYSMITH REACHED Lord Dundonald Enters the Besieged City With 1600 Men Dctnll f the KlRlitltiB Not Vc Known but It Ii Hellevetl Tluit till boss linn llrcn Very lloitvy oil Ilotli Slilei Latent New Durban Nntnl Tnn HTho stati went comes from un excellent sourc lletermarijaburg that Lord Dun donald hits entered l dyaiultli with leoo men This is not confirmed from any oth or quarter hat it Is known that Lore Lundonnlds flying column hue beer acting well to the loft of the lino of advnnca London Jan 23The war cilice Is sven the following dispntch from Gen huller SponrniHna Casup Ten It C tom following casualties are reported1 Gen linrts erigadu aa tho resuli of yenteradys lighting Killed Capt Uyall Yorkshire ragef went and five men Wounded Second Lieut Andrew regiment Capt MeImirliHn Imilskllllnjjs Lieut Barlow York regiment and 75 ma- rsussing1ighti mono Other unsunltios will be forwardei when received The foregoing twins all the war office issued Nothing therefore ii known here as yet regarding Mondays operations london Jan 23The Dally Cliron idle has received the following die patch dated January M 415 p m from Spearmans Camp The Boers admit SI casualties dur ing Gen Lyttletons skirmish bn Sat unlayGen Warren continues pushing though he is necessarily making stow as the Boers are numerous stronglyentrenched Our infantry are working over par ridges with Lord DundonaklH cavalry lying well out on the left flnnk and aivaltlng developments The Ikitrs contest every inch of the groundThis morning Gen Warrens arUl levy reopened fire but the Bourn did not replyand our fire became leas The natal guns in front hero have leer quiet A Boer prisoner who was brought boastedthat it would take us throe months to reach Ladysmlth Englishmen feel confidence in the of Bullcrs operaUons and regard the slowness of Warren advance ovideneo that he U moving with oxiremo care The conflicts reported far have been merely skirmishes Boers have refrained from replying to the English in torso It is evi dent that they have not shown their strength Many fear lest the linen are drawing the English forcesI into n trap- Jiimberley By Heliograph Jan 17- tin Moddor River Jan 23Xth0reports guy that a proclamation hiss been issued at Itorkley West by Com mondont Bolthof ordering all British subjects to quit before January 22 Ladies are being subjected to great insults Tho Boers are again very ac live bombarding heavily from all po sitions from dawn until 8 a m the lire being directed chiefly against tin icdoubts Berlin Jan IThe German bark Marie flour laden which was seized in South African inter by a Brltial cruiser and taken to Durban last week has been unconditionally released lad Ileen Offered a Ilrllie Washington Jan 23The senate committee on privileges and election held but a brief session on nccoun of the nonappearance of witnesses President Smith of the Montana na tional bunk and Representative Murray of the Montana house of repre Bcntntives were the only witnesses 01 the stand Mr Smiths testimony wa Immaterial Mr Murray testified that he was offered 10000 to vote tom Senator Clark by persons whom hIC considered representatives of that gentleman Austrian Miner Strike Vienna Jan 33 Thirty thousand more Austrian miners have gone on U strike their employers having refused the demands for higher wages and ai elght hour tiny The total number out is 70000 and before the end of the week it is expected that 30000 other will have joined The employers threaten dismissal and eviction withii three days Police precautions havi been taken to prevent violence Tin coal famine threatens to cliugk ever branch of Austrian industry Shot Through the Head Washington Pa Jan 23Oeorgc W McCnmmon of West Alexander was shot and killed Monday by Franl McGee McCammon had an nllegoi sheep thief in custody when McGee interfered The young man drew u revolver and shot the officer through the head killing him almost instantly McGee fled but was later captured bj u posse and is now in Jail Daruet Died of Id I noil New York Tan 213Its the Moll ncux trial Dr Henry P Loomis anal he had made an autopsy onQthc retrains of Henry C Barnet and that in his opinion Bonnet had died of poison which he believes to bo cyanide oi mercury Pope AiuiroveM of the Work yew York Jan 23 Archbishop Ienne who is engaged in increasing the endowment of the Catholic uni versity at Washington says the pope warmly approves the work of the uni versify RIVER IMPROVEMENTS Nearly rive Million Doltnra ltIu to Unprove tht IlIIe Suudy In IIItacky nut Wont tIrnlnhi Washington Jan 3lien 1Vhktn chief of engineers sent to thttJjouM connnINiIOIlIloluted river The project ubmlttofl ft eitij hatedl to east H000000 unil qHjUitn plates a channel 1000 foot wigand1 Uluet deep throughout the 1 the conatmction of two jetties ti1t1Lsill Heroes Cubltte Gap the JUiflfl endl Kaptiite Collottes canal tlvoXfflo i u of all outlets below the CorWn boanl reports that a ship OBlifil can be ojwnwl within three years tljul till work completed In fire yeara + i Gen Wikon nUp seat to eOll toss n drprojectriver In Kentucky and Wwt 1ttglllia- Autl an estimate of 4700000 for the largo number of loek utut Onius which woukl M required INDIAN TROUBLE IN MEXICO The Itnnt Ktnnit tf the Iiuni- iKlnl lhtr Mexloniiii IroVen Uli- itxtniiiH to the lied ieii Nogvles Aria Jan 3A itOBsaif Ji em Ortls a station on tha Sa iori railroad rllCJrt6 that OHrrlurtf fnm Maooyate confirm the account at thf Int stand of the Yaqut Indians 18finr- thlt Mexican general Lerenso arrO- iJkolal s telegrams rotolvafl vVre places the Mexican loss In killed and wounded at SO and u inuasnga watt over the government winos QOhfinn the report of the killing of the Vagnt chief Tetablato noon with 200 of his best AgNters The 500 IndlanR taken prllOn rwill be brought into Ortiz and also Ifethrr Beltmn and the Josephine ulster who wore ravened Gov Torrid at HormosUlo lug wired nil points in Sonora t6 JMJ on guard and to look out for small bands ot Indians DESERTERS DISCHARGED I tt- Tno Irlvnte Iteeelv the Sentence IniliiiRpil Upon Them lly n Jlil Itnry Cuu IrtlalII Clilrago Tan 23Tliose pri rates convicted of tllsertl tffr a cuvrtmartinl at Fort Ky were dishonorably discharged lrnm the army and sentenced to ivnfa in n illtnry prisons by an onor itu1 hj Gen Wade commander of tub de partment of the nkesjPrivate Frank Murphy ComitMy t- It United States infantry ujjiteVrd- t0 l two years impriaonment nt Iwrd labor 1rtwUj L ntan FJum Cons 111 lU11tfUlt ttiiM Infantry wi two ywirs lmprl jHinont at v labor H 1 The Ilnrrlnun Homeateml Sold Kokomb IiuU JRn aThe tftn Henry Harrloon homoatORMl at XII Bend OM has been purcilasrda Kokomo woman n Mrs Olive ni IwiI who is now In pooMMton of the ff torso property The old inaimiot tv the lapse of years has detrrkerbpii somewhat but the ground wick I green wooded huh and winding rhrft U ns beautiful as ever The home stend of Ohl Tlppeeanoe iii tiet birthplace of oxlreWent 1 Heniifr sI Harrison The historic lIImtadttl consists of the original mansion aixll sovon serums of land The lalt ale price Wits 13000 Had Killed ills Jinn St Louis Jan 2aJefferson Davis Start a wail known attorney omfwe cC the irfcturewue characters of Si IoulH died at the city hospital of In juries received by falling from a itreot cur ten days ago He was rlwted aI member of tho state 1Irgiitlatura in 1SS8 In 1960 while prosecuting allot ney of Shannon county Mo hr shot and seriously wounded Dr J 1Iitern at Eminence In 1H83 IIP abet ndI killed Stephen Kurd at West PlaintI Mo At both trials he was ar uitt d- Snveil Sherman from Capture Oalesburg 111 Jan 23 WilliamI Wallace Patch died at his nsileiioe I here of pneumonia lie was horn near Ludlow Vt October H iHiX burtng tilt civil wnr ho was In the I orurit mint servlcu as railroad coadnotor runnng trains in the south and at ont time saved Gen Sliermnn and his en tire stall front capture an tart Qen Shornum never forgot Internal Uvveniii Collccttoni 9110berr Internal revenue nhowK the hnnj ficvipta to have been 2421930 afl ttn erase over Dect mlHr 1595 of tJft410 Tho totnlwoceijtU for thf ifce nCtf1a17aO18over the corresponding period laAt year Four Convict ISnunpe Canon City Col Jan 23ntonWood Thomas iteynolda iKill Vall 4InC lon jy captain of the night watelii to death ctipturod nod bound tWO other guards and made their UfI capo IrInk and Domestic Trouble PorOttntl Ore Tan 2ISidhY C HawBon of Arllngtoii Ore a immber of the Oregon legislature foinmfttfdI suicide in a room nt + lio Kxmond 10 Itu1Idl1kl JI to be the cause of tho atilcldc JJurlnl of Siilillern Iteiunlni Vaaliliigton Ton 23jlrItJrriSI xQtadsuburiedIIIfull military honors Wednesday jif rnr lug at 11 oclock T V f 0 MINERS WILL STRIKE Forty Thousand Men In the Anthra cite Region Want Better Wages They Ilitve Xo Hope for n Confereneo- AVItli mho Operators Ueciiunc the Latter date se to HcooKiilie Them or Their UeiuuniU ImllnnapollH laid Jan 10Nows has reached here that shunt 40000 minors in the anthracite district of Itntutylvanta sear Scranton and SNamokln who have been in u rout leva state far wine time HKII docid ed to Btrlfr Ielegste T n Maya of tile Ninth district with headquar Urs at Srranton IHM says n strike is unavoidable aa the men lave been restive for some time and ontortalii u bitter feeling toward tha operators who have declined to r cognla J them They lhave nothing to ex pest from this convention they my us none of the operators from that tteld will be iNProent at the joint eon fereneo to be held here next week Males Daugherty proatdeHt of the First district which adjoins the 1Xilltb says that till taken In tho tIt will follow those in the Ninth which mesons Ute calling out of alt of the men In tko cwthracit dlatrict In IVamgrlvaiiia It Sla aatil here an pone of the mlno operators of the anthra cite coal regions of 1enasylvsala- have over attended1 a eonfer nce with the United Mine Worker of Ainerl ec there Is no Just reason to bo given the mon to hold oil any longer Thlfl trouble has been retying for a long time akl Mr lays and 1 have bees doing my beet to avoid it strike For weeks and months the men have len clamoring for t1gor ors ration townrtl enforcing a tie gland for higher wagon I Mare been holding them off sail when I left for the convention there had been rite peated oonfvreneea sad full determi nation to strike had bees arrived at 1 asked the men to kohl our till aftur the convention but my adriee of a private nature lead me to bebevo the men will wait no longer but will go oat this week ttnloM their a mtioa I Iare met About 40000 moo will bat atTectoiLFOR INDEPENDENCE The Itnler of the Vniiil radian Ja eat a Irnvlnmntloa to the American People lEl Iso TItX Jan ILThe Indiana of Sonera the only the iin all MrxUu that WH able to arrive UM Hpul h InTRBfen ions IWawrre Un l UUIuality It last stand against fQ1 5tcdl= ant Tkna far it loutna the Mexican soldiers lair tnII fo Ml IlMNIequatel to rope with thIVaqota A i roeiaiimtlon has lern Issued by Ute ruler of the Yaqul nation att- ireaed l to the American poople anti In In part aatellowa The Yaqal nation haa begun its straggle for independence It will no longer tolerate the Mexican army in Sonora The nation has wttabllehcd a prpvialonal government the olllreni of whlcli are at BaM p In the event of the Bttecom of the Yaqui pelq le ever the Mexicans no foreigners ex asps native born Americana will Iw flllowod In SoNora fur wrveral yearn The property and jiernuna of Amen cans in Sonora will be nrotected by the YBiMia In every way Hinmlnii Ironnlad Ashore- St Petersburg Jan ItfI KUH lion ironclad Ioltavn of lOwio tone Is dangerously ashore near Lilac on the Baltic The Ioltwrn was built at St Petersburg In 1S64 She IK 387 feet C inohoH long and 60 feet wide and Traa a depth of 90 feet Her indicated horsepower iIs 11JIS5 Her armament consists of four 12Inch guns 12 5 te incu qtiiekflru guns and 34 smaller tubesgunsThe cost of her construction WOK 5 400000 Murder In the Klondike Seattle Wnnli Jan lOeugersarriving front Dnwtion vlu c iigwy on the City of Topeka confirm the report of the murder of Fred 11 tIny soul the Sk ffWHy merchant a North wont police telegraph linemen named Olaun und two Klondyken whone n Miuw are nuknown near Micas on Christmas day A man nHined OUrien Is giov under arrest at Tngjfiirt mhargucl with tho crime Another lies been arrested at White Hon und a third eHcaped to Seattle The men wero murdered for their money ConlU lcforn Cuban Aliimrv Havana Jan lBSenor Lanuza yjho was secretary of justice in the advisory cabinet of Genllrooko said Three Amorican and three Cuban Inwjorfl noting HH n coJlunl lon could reform certain abuses In Cu ban laws wltliotU Injuring the gen arulconslfitcncy of the system and the whole coimtry would gain by inch a reformation This work of re form is only a question of time as the abuses must be wept away Bartender Shot hy Hnhlier LcnUvllle Col Jan 10At an early hour today two mnskcd men held up Cfolobn saloon on Harrison avenue Terry cyan the bartender refused flu throw up his hands and was shot twice by one of the robbers dyhjg instantly the robbers ilftd Ira rnttermiii May Recover preenvillc Penn Jan 10Mrs M J1 1nttcrBon aged 80 years the only daughter of President Andrew Jackson who hns been seriously ill here gUghtly Improved Chance for recovery nrlt f Voralile t NEEDED THE SOAP Tile AnilahllHy of Women Shoppers la n Ilnrunln Store hush I Truly Fetchliiir It was nt adepartment store bargain coun ter for odds and end Women i4iiewd and elbowed and shoved to get annRiido the I counter Frequently two oC thtml4II It- t dick up lf sine bargain at oncTnd the j Hint time sad then they both rcUuncd their dutelipn it sad oekedtagwers It each other uatil the stronger of time two won the vie ton1 er the bargain was rout into ribbons A haughty matron with an electric seal coat picRed up a box containing three rake of imported MMII for eight rest at the tame moment taat an humble loutung little worn an in a faded tan coat had fattened berira on the box I saidtt war the fittt to take kohl of spot ii matron in the eleclrfe seal1 The nehkeloo onforshe hexWstiI Maprho to ob WigIThere la more Cotarrk in this section ot teIBother yearn was MppoMd to bo ineunableFor t matgr f yes doeton iitmtouaeod U a localdiM sod Mrotcribed local reused att1 tailing to euro with local trestseat proaouaeod iarurable Sei serhaprora catarrh to be a eonatitotional disease and thtnal1l treatnyrsstCasa oalycomstdutiaattakes internally ia 4oto Tram 118 drops to a tMipooafHl It lets directly OH the Wood TheyCQRI I atfaUIToled7kudl I A Mr lilrioute Amnlrnr I Up UUI wPMt ita po4UeI love feast ell K of poliU es-eaKtt together sadthe iva to keep thoiretpIudiwplis The llrt Irrcrlpllna for Chill hlMl I rsr Is a MUM of OHOTB TAITIII M atwtukuanforw 1tilsTalta NoewoupayPrteeO Alcoholic or o- lCuderMy room is full of rats and Dreg ClerkYea sir IMjeo want lbro mo or str7ehaiaefPkibldelpbe Press T Cure rld In ere ass Take Laxative IIrow QtrtalM TalMoU All druggtauralesduwaly It ittallsseplrec n A Wearier says that widows weep set W oaw i of tit Jtees 1a tMwtwad aItCthe kk ol oae Chieogo DoUy Kew Tim jHn n A Irrwvnl- Ualr 31 bowl tu Xw OMwa H The Daces k cWrMit in UM nMxts4 lies Huwtk It iMit to posy tn 111 as to treeollctt what mm nwr u I hItRr Is- palebFacts For Sic- kWomen First tho modfofno that holds tho record for thm largest number of abso lute Curios of female Ills Is Lydia E PInkhams Vegetable Compound Second Mrs Plnkham can show by her letter files In Lynn that a million women have been restored to health by her medicine andadvice Third Allletters to Mrs Plnkham are received opened road and an swayed by women only This fact Is certified to by the mayor and postmas ter of Lynn and others of Mrs PInkhams own oily Write for free book con taining these certlfcatos Every ailing woman Is Invited to write to Mrs Plnkham and got her ad vice free of charge Lydia It rtakbam Mod Co Lynn IfUL I I CONES Wlllltt All llitCough Hjnjp Toil s tIltSIIlkJIt Inltnn hl tby nts NM4UNII A Miss is As Goodas a Mile Ifyou Art not entirely tteltyou Art ill Illness dots net men dtAthsdoorIJt as A sense of weariness a tired feenga life filled with nameless pAins And suffering In 90 of eases the blood is to lame Hoods SAHA I ptrilU is Natures corrective for dis orders of the blood Remember t NDs AA1 I WILLING TO TRY IT lfe Lluralte rcrasNry nr Long n tie Unit n Suniolfiicy of the Coin I IUfJpMe She aia rtat yea hAd an UNaW la tie etlebratwl little party that Hale twr with WllI1tthe Csalurmr ierlwps he plflobit J bu never looked tM matter aw M teases yell are a Haeal McDdlat el OM who earl over ea ekeil6arrsotsI doe t know It I possible that I sa but I he sera bossed a tlM rwnlI dtrndedifree an oflk r of Uw rerevowmwury a rTiadiBf blnweir aratrW lie broke down sdcooldM7 asm was Saieaf t krs4ew ski which a casaietl to Dew with the sanction of the oeri sa wi fora noHMtit MMatt rratMd Taea kop 1Mdl u return le has sad site Mkd MlI Ilow arch Ud you My you expected your l bn of the e tle will rIIwo 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Texas go via Memphis and Cotton Belt Is that Cotton Belt is from savinginI Thus trims eirrr Iollmon Rlepra nliht Ptrlor CtftCtri dnrlnr Ilitdsy ndTlirminh CottliM and rros lIterlinlnChalr Call toth nlgliU This cemputi favorsbir with that soy rosin the country Writ and 111 u where TOn ira gnns sail when you will lliveand will tell you what your ttrkrt will cast sad what train entree make the best time and ronnertlons We will Uso rind yea Interfiling mile balk A Ttlji Tein Winurnt iMtlttltle 114IH4lalIM it aWoiM alUn KM lUb st tnr ata a spiIIIMaqtre rtriMkiMl IlltiIl biaiuf hrltiMrapt Atdrea u on o He Cl1wCX SMOKEMadcoP U klUl Itt U A DROPSY nI5reeAIIGrallter14oM1hU the the at mJ serrate ot we to as to tb lb a be PRim It JONes D P A Memphis Tenn W C PHI1LUR T P A Memphis Tenn W O ADAMS T P A ChlIuoolr Tenn e W LaBEAl1ML O R aniJT A St LouIs Mo I a 1- ll r tAcLREE KILLED Bloody Shooting Affray in the Cap- Itol Hotel at Frankfort Ky The Trnnerir Im Ink of tho float Briiinllonnl In the lllsturr of tha Hlntc DrliilU of the Hloody Inn bloodybattleI tel nt 1 oelock Tuesday afternoon rc- g suited In the killing of Hthel Suott of f hornerttflt a nephew of Oov llnidky Ui If Domaree of Bhelbyvlllo aaalHt lint poatmastor Capt C II Julian suit the wounding of Harry MeKwan and a- II traveling seleaiitan immwl Ooklen Tho prinrimbi In the bloody affair were exCoiigreaainun Dave Colson of the Kltnenth oongroaaloHal district unit Scott Tho trouble wss an old one growing out of a ffight at Chlek mAIn last yenr wllen Colsoa core mumliMl the 4th Kentucky volunteers t ogainst ticott who was H rapinln Wltiieaaea to the affair wore taken I no much by surprise when tin shoot ing iMtraa that moat of them were ale immt ianli trieken and thre are many ami1 roiilllrtlng atnrici aa to bow the llelitI beran ColI Iolann sad A jwrty of friends anxnii whom was lfinarre wrrn alttiag In tilt lobby vneairtod In roiivenuitkin as Scott andl t opt Gulden rain up the tales from the bar rimni Whea they had adaVHIKM alMint lest WilY Hrrtxui the r Mim walling In the dine flop of Col rlaingfnimManlly rrtiirtml the In The thootluif thrnbefanie general and liym under am at variance aa to 1 the number engaged In It Drmaree 11111 ulemlinir slightly In front of Colt and vaunt Scott r MN to have Brow h d ttrhinj t0 want tiff liullcU ruin Isoui rrvoKer In an IIndent Demaree fell d ad WeittNl by three bullet Capt UohleH who acvoiM jMiuird l eott reeled to one sick fall fag In the arms of x Joe Jams B MrCreary exclaiming I am shot The awoke In the loenllty of the an teats nita boeame denae bate Oalso- ncntinueil to pate Seeit who ruttttat ed lMi kward ahootlng aa he moved ColMinI enntleil the chambera of u n rrrohrr Ad nntekly brought a 41 into artloH Hrott by thU tlte IMH been shot tit OJ l1li Umea std nn he- staggrrd lairk ami fen dna the stairnay Colaon who was within u few feet of him rowllNiteil to are till the lifeless form of Mentt rolleil over mid showed life tnctlnet Charles U Jnllaiu who was idiot In the Ileer dials eortly after reaching n room death bring due tei 1low of blood and the nhi ek to Ills nervous ayvtetn r Cot Cnhtoh oho blllwl 8 eU ttttd who lIs estarftwl with the klttMtg of both Drmarre awl JHIIan and with hn tlHg OoMeH has long been a prominent HUH re In Kentucky mHU n He eervrd two teriiw In eongrnsMi nodI1 I ilerllnetl a renominallwH at the Ihand of the rrMiMlcaH party of the llth district IIn IM Iin oritrr In ncct pt the colonelcy of the 4th KewlMeky regl1 Bleat in Ute 8 nnlh wnr Sentt war a lieutenant and Oahlen was oaptaln of a couiwny In CoUon regiment omi the tremble which led to the trag edy here began then Frankfort ICy Tats 18Wllllr tho Rxrltrmeiit of the bloody trageily lucre basI BHlNthled the affair Is atlll the chief topic dteeiHttcd Tho IHt niorlema of the three vletlniH were held and the lxHItNl promn l for burin The remntn of Kthelbrrt rkolt worn nhlpMMl to 1rxlnptou thone of Luther Denuirre to Isle home at Kliclbyvllle null Charles Jiillun 1111C be burIoil1 here The ooronnrV jury selected to In vestigate tho bloody tragedy found that Col David U Colson was ronpon Ible for the death of nil three of the victims It won established that he tired the llrxt ahot Col Colson lies In jail here suffer jog much with his wounded arm but in no danger of losing IL Colson eunnot be reloo cal on bond nt Icimt not mil II the grand jury bus passed upon the ease Colson hate re tained Jamrs Andrew Seolt a demo cratic urhnlnnl lawyer of this oilyvCHilI non Oohlon the bystander who was thought to halo been futally hurt Iis resting may Sovcnii Louisss rifle surgeons are bore witching his carry Had ho will ho taken to Louis silk to be operated ujron to remove the hullo Frankfort Ky Jan 1eTh story will not down tint n thlnl uncut ustelt S gun In this Capitol lintel lobby pistol duel which reaulted In the death of Kthelliert Scott Luther Demurcu and Chnrlcs Julian No one will arty sobs the third party wes hilt it is predicted tint aeiiaatlannl tratlmony will bo In trodueetl before I IIt grand jury It IK said that the third man alleged to have tired n platol In the Coition Foot duel Is dipt Ooltlen Goidcn and leis friends any he tend no wmipon The funeral of Charles Julian took I place Thurwhiy nt 10 oclock frnm Ithat rcslJenco pf Dr Opcrgo Clouts hue brotherlnlaxv The Inlrrmolit Will nt Frankfort oomctory There won o large attendance The 1rnnklln county jnll whorl ex CongresHinun Colon one of tutu prin cipals In Tuondnyn bloody tragedy h Is confined Is bMng guarded by un armii force of 85 Frankfort Ky Jan 1DO V French n merchant of Winchester Ky who was 11 years ago a lender In tho ironcliKbcrsolo feud arrived h Thumhiy morning Ho said ho clime to so tie Unldcna bills an the Tutor is a poor man French wys lindens huncex of recovery lire slight Mun ager Wcltzcl of the Capitol hotel sajs 100 worth of hotel furniture was destroyed in tho duell EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO It 1Vg 1lral Pelt A1onK the Ineiae Const nnd Traveled Acrnabe Country Eastward Collnu Mex Jan 22An euth qUBrtorLetorelerloiia proportions at Tvnlmata many houses bilflg badly Injured unit some of light construction wreaked There wax greet consternation and people rushed joie the streets some barely Mcnplng with their lives Seven peo pin were killed outright aunt 00 were wounded mill are being cured for by tho local surgeons It waa reported that the volcano lend burst Into eruption but it now Appears that the phenomenon was jounnud to subterranean manifesto times Local Mclentlllc men believe that the earthijiHtke traveled from un der the Jadfl6 oeean and that whon acmes reaches hero from the coaat here will be Intureatlng daisies Thu trovurnor of this state lies ap pointed a oummleaton to luselteetj tho httrche cad jrabile odlleaa white ownera of booties Injured In the earth quake will be compelled to ilHl them IH eonditlon of security Quiet has re tunieil Guadalajara Mex TAu IIAt mW night Friday an earthquake shock looked the arches sad atalrcaae of the stale jialaeo and itortleoa of the university and the Degaltadn theater the bitter one of time sad iwaaelvo trurtnrea acre The ehurch of San Franclaco sad ten JOlla wren data The trovemment has cioaed SB pmrio church raring the shire will all In Carmen lat racb was badly lama I and news from JCapothtn mail Hurula dale that several house rte drutoliahed flue ahoek was felt M erely at Han lllaa oti the Ita rifle and noises umlergrtMmd were heard mtcinbllng the hoarse rumbling of a beery see daahlng OH shore Mo tcomlogfat Conteraa predieU a rem titlon of the shocks DANISH WBST INDIES The Slide npimrtiiifiil IIIul Itc unit MttKotlntloiin for Their Inquisition nt Present Washington Jnn 1111be depart meat of slate will not take up at preaent time auggvetioH that negotla float be reaamed with Denmark for the acquisition of the Danlah Wet butler Talk about negotiation Ii Mid to be premature warranted onlj ny the tart that cArlaln busies wen ir sew York regard aa iteairabte that Denmark le again ap roaelied on the nnbjeet No opportimlty will lie aff n1eil to rnybody who aspires to carry on n a gotlationa fur the purnoee of enjoy lag a eomtnlaaioH leas the sale It ts feU quite safe to leave the k fiends In DettHwrk hardy aa no fur sign iiawor woHhl Imtlertnke ta w eMro theta without the uppronil of the Inliad heats It la known that tint Mnnda are a burdn to Donmark tw It Ila ahio felt tbatWMHgr Mi wOllld not juat yet aanetion the unease 0 them RECEIPTS IN CUBA The TonI for tin fear 1MMI 1Vaa ainUirllir Ior for llnnlU of Dfcrnibrr f1 TUUJ WatiiiHgton Jan nTlle war de partf ont Kate out the ntntcmcnt Sat unlay that the total receipts for tit entire Island of Culm for the month of December wore 1733881 The total receipts for too entlru Island for the ealriMlar year ending December 31 180 by Items were Cimtoms 614078114 InteranI rev 79T8A3 natal receipts imam July 1 196B to December 31 1SOD 4214 miHcollaueotis receipt from July 1 ISOfl to December 31 1800 7036SI1 total receipts 1581740742 WEBSTER DAVIS MISSION llrlllnhrri Ilcllcvc Tlint HP Ilea a fliiitlal Object In Vlnltluw the Trnnnvniil r1l1 nt This Time Iourcnao MunjuoH Jan 82Webf- ifer Davis Tnltexf Stoics naslntant nevretnry of the interior arrived hors ii Ms way to Pretoria nnd called up m tho governorgeneral Copt Ahttro Dacoatn Ferrelra who gave him n inont courteous reception and request ed1 him to convey u moeaagr of special frliMlHlilp to lre ldent MoKlnloy The Transvaal government baa in ortned Mr Davis that Lroaldent Kru gera tmloon carriage will convoy him o Trctorla Colniiilin Woman Killed by Train ColumbtiH 0Inu 21Mrs James Hunry aged Cl was Ktruol by an ranthound Illg Four passenger train and limtantly Wiled Mrs Henry was eroaalng thutmcks at Fifth avenue end as it was raining briskly njH parontly never fit iv the approaching train She ttlll hurled some forty toot and badlyI crashed deuth being lustantancoutu She had no children John llnskln Dead London Jan nJoilli JJiiskln died bntiirday afternoon of influenza aged 61 years In Opposition to Garfield Clovolnyd 0 Jan 21J A Balder of Willoughby hits messed tho rice foroongrcMi in thin aotli district agaliiHt Janum A Gnrflukl and Con griHtsimin Phillips the incumbent Ills candldncy will split time Lake county delegation which Garfield hoped to get solid will Xot Ilcdnce Snlnrlon Chicago Jnn 21 General Manager Brown of tho Pullman Con denies the report that the palasa car orjuni6 lion hasdecldud to reduce the cakrlci of Its conductor suit porters BEFORE TIlE HOUSE Special Committee to Investigate the Hfberts Case Makes a Report Majority Snrr That Ho Should Bs- ICxpelled at Once Minority Kn vor Jilts using Stvorn In and Then Ousted Washington Jnn 21Time report o the apodal committee bt InrnaM ijntion in tho case of lirighum ir Rob urte of Utah wcro presented to th liotuo Saturday It sold The oommittuo lin unnnlipoui In Itu bollef that Mr Roberts ought not to ruinnln n inoinbur of the IKUIKI of rep rusentatttos A innJorlty are of the opinion that ho ought not to b pa mlttutl to become u muinbor I iit th hoimo him the right to uxclitriu him minority are of the opinion Unit time propor conies of procedure tr to jliar- finmil to ho worn In and teen Xwl1 him by a two thlns vote unocr tn MiiMttltutlonuI proi1s4on providing for expulsion Your committee desires to iatael with the ulinoat poaltlvenriM nt thi point that not only U the proposition of fximUlou HH applied to thlt OHM without n iHocwlint but that oxclu aloe to entirely In svoeorU wl h jirln elple authority and Irgiatatlro exact meat which the hotuio of roinvMiitn tires hlr taken Tor convttilwnoe wn preaen lane with before invccediair to extended argument In support of tlw coiinnlt tees resolution tho following stun maryUpon tho fact stated tho major Ity of the committee assert that the claimant ought not to bo permitted to take a teat In the house of enUtlrea awl that thus seat to whleh lie was elected ought to be declared VIHWHtTho minority on the other hand Mkcrt that hit ought to Ie sworn I In order that If happily twothlrda vote thurefere he may be exjHlle- dTkrx dtotlnci gronmlM of dltiqimll flection are asserted against Roberts NtU1 rnuon of his violation of the BdnundB law ffrcoadfly r weii of ifs notorl ana seal defiant violation of tho la of the land of the ilertototM of tile impress court and ftf Iho troclanw tier of the prenkfont holding him self shove the law sad not amenable witMXo poveniraent could possibly ox let fn the face of HAoli practices Ho IK In oln Wilt against the lairs and ItMtlttiltona of the country whose eongreo he aceka to enter Such nn Wen ta intolerable It IH upon ti prigrlpli aaoorted on this ground that nil eases of exclusion have boen base- dThreeIlls election na roprwentu tlvo la ar oxirfleft and otToiiaJre +lnln thin of the understanding by which ITtnh was admitted ax a state Iflfe objection IH made to tho tReal to adroit Roberta that tho eon i Htitullon excludes the idea that any eominfg In If he IK 36 yens of age has beet even years n eltlxon of tho United Staten and waa tin Inhabitant of Utah whon elected no matter how odlou or trenxonable or criminal may hnve horn lila life gad practices To this we reply Klnitf That tho language of thu I coitHtltutlonal provision the history of Its framing in the oonntltutlonnl i oonvenllon and Its context clearly tow that It PMII not bo construed to prevent dlsiiualltlcntlon for crime Second That tho overwhelming authority of text book writers on the constitution lIH to tho effect that suchI dlnqnalinVntion tuny bo linposod by the houne salt no commentator on the constitution Hpeilllenlly denies It The courts of several of the states in construing annlngous jirovislonn I have with practical unanimity de Blared ngntnst much narrow conHtriie tion of shelf oonntltutionul provisions lFourth The house of ropresoiitn tines lins never denlml that It hud tin right to exclude a mombortduot cvii- when he tend the three coiiHtltutluuuli provlHloiiB Fifth In ninny instances It hai dintlnetly aasertod its right no to d- In o OHHOH of disloyalty and crime Sixth It proiuiul in ISO tile tWIt oath act which Imposed a real not1 rnbftnntinl disqualification for mam bcrshlp in congress dlsiiunlifying InindrtHlH of thouiwnds of American cXIxeuK This law remained in force tar SO years and thousands of memo Item of congress were compollud to take this oath If required Seventh Tho bourn In 1SOB adopted n general ruin of order providing that no portion should be tnvorn In Ilt n member against whom the objection vnn rondo that ho wnn not entitled to tnke the tent oath and ifWpon in vestltftitlon such fnct nppoarcd ho wai to be permanently debarred front en trineeEighthTho interesting proposi tion IN iitailo that the claimant be sworn in aiyl thou turned out Upon tho theory that time purpose Is to per niammtly part company with Mr Itob firtH this Is n dubious proucudtng Such action requires the vote of two thirdP of tho members fluke of Tech Dead London Jun 2I1is Highness Francla Iaul Charles Louis Alexander duke of Trek who in 1800 marriedI Irinicss Mary Adelaide daughter of Prjico Adolphus Frederick duke of Lambrhlge seventh goo of King George III died ut White Lodge Richmond Perk In his 63d year John llrnklna Ilcintilns London Jnn 22Tho remains ot John Ittiskin In accordance with n wish ho expressed years ago will bo Interred in Collision church yard The uueral will take place on Thursday PROBOER MEETING A Lnrnr Mans Jleptlntc at the Audi torlnm In Washlnnton Adopts n Series of IlcKolntlok Washington Jan 2Tho Grand nudilorlouindoors with an enthusiastic audience which vigorously expressed its sym pathy with tho Boers in their fight with llreet lirltalu The demonstra tion + tu planned as a means of evi nums andeiuthusinatn was fully up to expectation The speakers included momburs conegross nodon the stage wore other ndcJIoralaupport The keynote of tho speeches WitH thnt the liners wore lighting for their independence as our refre matusuclottosln nnmlier of leading GermntiM oi the allft joined In the movement CoIIJrttoaan Sulier presided andj 1otter TOs speech Introduced Senator Mnaon of Illinois who delivered the prlaciPSiupwecb Other speakers were SenntI COlfmoDIa tCJarkIt MiMouri Da Armond oiI liltaniaf Jootuky Jntz of Ohio anti Mr fin pMeit of Sew York telegrnntu wore rwived hmhlditig one fromI SatmUir Hale of Maine exprctmljig ro grot ot Buliillty to be preaent ami en tire aynpnthy with the tnovwhent The ffollowing reaolutlona were adaptedYhewM 1Iflt11letil1of ITTl end therefore fully ulltlt sad raalife the rapacious war which agaluustu a mU1tut imtrlotic people whose rnia tort UtiI IIs the poeaHMlon of natural wealth coveted by British greed Vlitttrm In the prosecution of thlt luaunboon balled aa yet of her tyrannous i1estKrg and lias therefore resorted t- unlavfnl I and barbarotw war tactics na te her wont to wit 1 rarming and mobilising o 1 savages i The distribution of dura dun witws the Wwst that the llrltlah govern masse pcwaetttive 100000000 such nib etbusfThe Illegal elaurc of merohan dlB4r R route front the neutral port of tJnlll Status to friendly For tnninw markets Vhteas Tho president of the UnunlI States has not taken props liol kv of these outrages snaking 1 it teo sxnrfwi their mmill through public as wiotlflffCH and serious warnings htnfora The cjtliona of the An cttnHcnpltol in inau mooting nit- JOIllabi AIeoKod people of the Afrerievii llepublle arc scold of right oughtt to lee free and independent and their ulvlllation Is reeognlzed to be equal in morality to that of any nth er poeplc the false wltnws olI the Ikltlsh preen to the con trary notwithstanding Therefore the precipitation upon them off wtvairo foul in alliance with trainedI soldiery threatens the repetition id Dencbone and other places bitterly remem Ixnil by tho American prople as ruth less initiinces of British perfidy and dishonor The attention of the pros dent of the United States lIs respect fully directed to this feature which it notorious matter of common repute thouirhout the world Unsolved That this meeting In ennYTt with the American people throughout tho lanes sends its sympa Ihland good wilt and heartfelt en eourigtniunt to the Baas and reminds them that as wo triumphed against the amc foe so may they UttIoltctl fhnt we ticnceeli and stren tipuxly urgo the president of the Unit ed Slates to exorcise the prorogntlr- p vCadrll ia jibe by the pence conven linn lately arranged by the power of the elviUxcd world We hog himI to ofter his good ofltbes as n niedlatot hetwron the IJoers sal the lirltlsb for trlio 11 ell 0rlllHO of these unfortun ate Englishmen mid their families now being punished for the crime olI n bri rnnd cairn of gold grabbers ami Ininl hungry conspirators not one ol1 whom Is nt the forefront of battle Hiitolred Thnt we solemnly jrotest piiimt the shipment of munitions 01 Will from this country for the use olI Crent nrltnln- MmrilRjm Appolntn nn Arliltrntor Washington JanoSl Senor Core tin NUnwgunn minister to the Unite iil Stalo htts ndvlBwl Secretary Hnj that as an Indication of the friendship f his govornmonrfor the liiite 3 Sitfe it had appointed nn arbitrate to Vtermlno whether tho Maritime CHIIIII Co us entitled to nn extension of illt concuwion Vdlnoii Indicted Frankfnrt Ky Jan 21the grand jury reported IndlctmcntH charging Col Hnvlii O Colson with the wilful miinltr of Hthclbort Scott and L W Doiiiiiree Alisniliiiica Well flecntnes Active lll er Stindnsky 0 Jan nII- I Sand Run Oil Co wens retching at III well emcee Carey n rumbling nois In iiiti abandoned well was heard Ir it lfI moments it was botching ol1 over tie derrick and filled n 50 barrel tntiV IIn afnw moiuonta It Is n plus notiifiml producer llolleiilirck for 011 Inspector Washington Jnn 21S D Hollcn lice of Chardon is to bo oil iiupcn tor for1ht Northern district of Ohio buoh U tho straight tip given om here h MORE TOWNS TAKEN Philippine Cities of Taal and Santa Americansq The Enemy hail Tonr Cnnnnn of pluredThetShelled the Ilnce I2xtnt of 1laeae Manila Jan 23Two companies ef time 40th Infantry under Maj John son unit three compuniet of the 33th iriuntry commanded by MuJ Muir defeated aDO Insurgents at Tan prove lace of liatnngiiH Saturday taking the town Tho United States gunboat Marietta oleo ohellcd the place Tho Insurgents had four cannon two were cnpturod To Americans were wounded cud ten insurgent dead were found on the hold Tho Americans have ocouplod Santa rut on Lagnna do Buy I agtma pro ince It was reported ninny insur gents were concentrated there but the town teas found deserted The plague statistics now show n total of 14 canes and 11 deal ha The military regulation requiring the streets to be cleared of native at fer0 p m has been changed to 10 oclock Washington Jan 3Oep Otis In form the war department of the re rent military operations in the Phil ippines In the following dispatch Manila Jan 21Maj Johnson commanding battalion JBth infantry Wheutons brigade reports from Le eunrery 18th and 30th lust drove en domy through llaiayang eautuanl + morning IMth capturing 17 rlnea on field piece few hours later through Crimea enp tti red four prisoners four horses and cfulpmcntB six rifles kill ed three insurgents advanced toward Lemery that afternoon captured en emys outpost three men six horse advanced on Lemery 5 oclock p m enemy strongly entrenched sent by uaTil giiugoat to Itatangas for aaslat ance when three companies Mulrs battalion SMth lint to Taal Incur gent headquarter Johnson drove en emy through Lemery on tool where he attacked outbent portion of city and Mulr northern portion enemy dispersed retreating in many direc tions Johnsons camtaltlcti one man killed ono serously and two slightly wounded four field pieces and quan tity rlllos captured this movement of Johnon ably comlucted and impor font In results enemy reported in large force and heavily entrenched at and near Santa Crux Laguna de Hay Scbwau swinging his troops on that point his left at town of Bay few miles out Culumba his right eon listing of oatilry at city of Tnyalms OTIS Ilcfonm lnnd Itpport Arealt a resolution of inquiry n report froth Secretary Hay as to the portion of tit 50000000 defense appropriation expended by the stole department The total amount was 403800 the principal items being Paris peace i ommliMtlon 155103 Philippine com million 130130 transportation of Oestitute refugeea from Cuba cud specialragents 1O325 cablegrams 3021 MlHHlonnry AV ork In the Ilillliplncs Sun Francisco lan 231lIc Meth odist church is about to begin active inlHslonnry work in the Philippines under the supervision of Bishop Thoburn The first missionaries to be sent to Manila are Miss J K WIsmer llifw Mary A Cody and Dr Norton of Ohio and Miss Mostcf of Michigan 1ht3will sail on tho China on Wed nefMlay accompanied by Miss K An dcreon who is going to do missionary work in Malaria Amcricnii Trndc Preferable Kingston Jnmajca Jima 2I3nn1l11 TosopheChaiuberlnina English direct fruit trade system to divert the bulk of the ciao s trade from America to Eng land mil which culls for n subsidy of J 40000 annually Jamaica paying ono half The concensus of lubllc opine Lou replying to the governors plebl Iseltlc circular indicates u preference to dependi on American trade Shot Ills IlrothcrliiInvr Pnrkersburg W Vn Jan 2JDr- It1 P Hntfleld of Leachtown n pnio tlclng physician of high standing hot hula brother nInw Bruce Mo Donald A quarrel between llntflald and hulk wife was taken up by McDon rtski who says the shooting was doe llbunite Hntfleld says It 11M nod dental McDonald is in the hospital lime and in not expected to recover Dlntiitor of tore Arrented Kit Jnnuiro Jan JIho minister ol foreign nlValrs Dr DC Magnlhnos bas received n tulegrnm saying time hnixiiiniiK haw arrested Calves dice tator of Acre and have stunt him to Mil linos C Page Uryan United States mlnibter has arrived here on hoard the lint lsh Ktcnmor Thnmes which willed from Southampton January iC Only Wny to Avoid n Strike WIlTJesburre Pa Jan 23 Charles J Thnln secretary of the United Mint Workers of Amorten for the district raid that the only wuy by which a fonerul frlko could be averted In the itnUinicltr region was recognition of tlu meinbriB of the union by time op tutors Escaped 1rlNoiicrs Recaptured Clarksburg Twin Jan JSOCU prisoners broke jail nt Palmyra Penn Sunday night Monday morn lag six wore recaptured Will Harris ia still uncapturcd FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS First Srimliin Washington Jan IB Bcnato The son ate Is still In the throes of dlsouBsion of the Philippine question and apparently there IsI no near approach to a deliv pranco upon the subject A resolution calling on the president for the Instructions to the derootedbythe Samonn treaty without division Tho ratification occurred In executive session particlpaRt1Houie The urgency deficiency bill occu- lted the entire time of the house most or- t In discussion of an Item of J160000 fur rural free delivery In which all are per sonally Interested Washington Jan itSenatoAn agreement was ronchixl to take the final vote on the pending bill fixing gold as tho standard of value In the United States on February 15 A resolution of Inquiry re garding the conduct of the Philippine war was adopted Tho resolution offered by Mr Hale Me as to the seizure of Hour Isy the tlrltlsh authorities was adopted Mr Teller CIIII rep Col then addressed tin KHIIIIO upon the financial bill until ad juurnment House Tho house members got Into a heated discussion over the sale of the hew York custom house by Secretary Dane which lasted over two hours Tho army appropriation bill was then dls urgentdwicieneyunimportant amendment Washinirtrm Jan uSenatArte the opening of the senate Mr Wellington oc rumpled over an hour continuing the clobato on the 1hlUpptn question tile crmtin tlon was that the United States should not take permanent pos s4on of the archipelago but after subduing thfc insurrection confer upon the Filipinos the tight to snivern thttnaelvc affording them siuh protection aw they might heel Mr Teller resumed his speech on the financial bill lit had not concleipd his renmrsk when he suspended them for the day Houiw The house passed the senate bill to extend the powers of the director oC the census lifter striking out the committee amendment to authorize the director to contract for extra printing with pri vate contractor The whole fight wus iiimn that amendment The influence of till public printer and the labor organiza tinny of the country was employed ogaln +t- It end after u lively debate of several hours It was overwhelmingly defeatoil The publication of the report of the 12th census therefore will be mude by the pub lic printer as In the past Washington Jan 19SenateA resolu piededent for Information as to whether any Tf1reMntRtlve of the Transvaal had ap tilted to the United States governmnt Rppllcatlonhndrind If no why not On this question Mr late of Maine said that The war which Ors llrltain Is waging is tho most fell blow at human Wirtly that hatfawn struck In the century lie declared that ulnctenths of the American piiplo rrsnt senate briefly on the tlnanrlul bill before the senate adjournall House The pension appropriation bill carrying US21t3M was astd by tho house It was made the vehicle of an attack upon the eommlMl n r of pensions by several members earl iii a result n rider was put upon the bill by uuart mous convent empowering the commissioner In his discretion to withhold the fees of attorneys of record In pension eases where he was satisfied that the attorneys hud not prepared the cases under their livrannal supervision Washington Jan 30 Senate Not In xenfion House The reports of tho special com mittee of Investigation In the case of Brigham II Itoberu of Utah were pre m nted Tho minority report favors seating Sir Roberta and then expelling hint for polygamous pracllcwe while the lma- jority report favors excluding him entire 1y A bill was Introduced for the estab lishment of n halted States military fort not more than 10 miles distant from the falls In the Ohio river at Louisville A largv number of private pension bills wre Introduced and the rest of the day was devoted to eulogies on the life anl elaracter or Ue dale Lerenza Dapfsrth Waehlngtan Jan 28 SaCon was another day of oratory In time matelittle bushiest Ixyonil routine being transfU led Mr Iritehnnl N CI delivered a Ira and care silly prowixd addreA upon tiii race question In the south hireitiirk betas adilreiweil particularly ngrlnHt the Irorot amendment to the Constitution of North Carolina which It- enacted ho said would dlHfmnehliio n large class of voern both whlto and lilnck He wan followed by Mr Turner Vrsh In n Ioeh on the Philippine question In which ho arraigned the rulmtn proatdentIfnuw Tho house was in session only 45 millulrtt and nothing at public impure tnne was done except to rotor to tho s Maker for settlement A dispute between the appropriations nail military affalra c mmlttees over jurisdiction of the ostl metes appropriations for the manu artiste of small arms at the Rock InUintl and SiTliicllnliI arsenals A ftivr District of Columblii bills of minor traportunuu worn passed WM J BRYAN IN NEW YORK The IllNtliiRiilHlicd Nebraskan Ku- tcrlnlncd nt Dinner nt Sir llclniontM lloiui New York Jan 23Wm J Bryan arrived in Jersey City from Washing ton on the 042 a m trait of tho Pennsylvania railroad Monday morn ing He was nut by lanes Oliver of the democratic committee Mr Dry nn remained in his private car until nearly 8 oclock when he went to tho Hoffman house At the lintel when Mr Bryan ar rived were State Senator P II MoCnr ron John ii Sttincliflcld and Chair man Campbell of the state democrat ic committei These and others mak ing 35 in all helped Mr O II P Del mont entertain Mr Bryan at dinner nt Mr ISelmonts home last ovunlng Tuesday night Mr Hryan will bo tie guest at dinner of President John u f Keller of the Democratic club This dinner will be informal and wilt be oaten in flic xllnlng room of time club Wednesday Mr Uryan will go to Jer sey Citytntil In the evening speak in public lie will not speak in public in New York city except qt the KelI ler and lelmont dinners From JIT tsey City Mr Bryan goes to Harris burp Smyrna Del and Washington Accident nt n Coal Mine Springfield 111 Jan l3fht cape at the Spauldlng Coal Cos shaft at Kpnuldlng 11 miles east of this city fIll 30 feet with eight miner six of Mhom Harry Duakcr Charles Min hey Wlllhini Wullness and Kdwnrd Strlngluim and two men names un known wcro injured Duclter sustained a broknn leg null internal injuries CovoriiiiUMit for Iorto Rico tvushingtou Jan 23 Keprosenta the Henry of Texas has introdiuetl n bill To provide a form of govern moat for the territory of Porto Rico It provides an executive branch con mating of n governor and secretary und n legislative branch of two houses vlxI n cottncil of 13 mumben mold n hoitac of rcproHcntnttvtw of 20 members The right of sulTragels given to nil male Inhabitants over 21 years of ego who nro able to read stud write either the English or Spanish language I I t t ewwrt = rA t A t 1 Building hl I j Material j ROUGH AND DRESSED 1 DEfil lUMI I 11DoON nut Builders and Windows COUlout Hixrdwnrc Shingle il f I j i j Paints Oilfl ote f I 1 tillEEUFULLV FUKMS1IED if PEED STUFFS Hay Oats Gore Bran etc utott I i L P W S Ellison vnrv k HA7F1ELD IS EXCITED Shooting of Sam Urlggs the Cause t A special dispatch from May- field dated 31st inst says SaUl Briggs the one legged mail carrier who was shot by EdwardI Bruce a farmer nt Boydflvillo 20 I miles south of here Siturday af I ternoon at 1 oclock was brought to his home In this city this even ing He Is in a dying condition I Bruce charged that Briggs iutmli ed his wife on lust Monday Meet- Ing u the crippled man en route to Boydville Saturday Bruce followed him to his destination and as eoon OH the parcel of mall hail been deposited he deliberately opened fire upon him firing four shots from n revolver one of which entered Briggs back hearI tho spinal column and lodged III the right lung Bruce then fiedI to the woods t Five hundred citizens are said to hays assembled at the place loot night and would have given the mnnlerer hot chase but for 1 the request from Brigga to leave I him alone The street in front of I f Jthe wounded mans home here has i been thronged with people during I Ys the afternoon and there Is consid eruble excitement Briggs ts27i years of age and stands well lincklcns Arnica Salrc Has worldwide fame for marvellous I cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Outs CornsII Barns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tot II tcrj Salt Rhonm Fever Sorts Chapped 1 Thuds Skin Erupt ioun Infallible for Piles Onro guaranteed Only 26o at all drug stores- Changing Time of Holding Courts Senator Watson of Graves J I nmelldmcDtIcult Court so far as il concerns the first Judicial District Tire amendment fixes the time of bold 1lug court in this district us fol L lowsBallard county at Wickliffe on the first Monday in January 12 judicial daiHj first Monday April twelve judicial days first Monday in September wolve judicial days i Fulton county at Hiekmaii on i the third Monday In January 12I judicial days i third Monday in April twelve judicial days third j Monday in September twtuveju diuial days- Alckinun county HI Clinton on the first Monday in February 12 r1 judicial days first Monday in Miry 4 4twelvejudicial days first Monday in October twelve judicial days Carlisle county at Burdwell on J 12JIt twelve judicial days third Mon day in October twelve judicial lays Graves county at Mayfield on t the first Monday in March twen ty four judicial days first Monday + in June twentyfour judicial slays drat Monday ID November forty tlIeight judicial Idays There IB a verse In time Bible which contains every letter in the alphabet and it is said there In but one such It is the twenty firm verso of the seventh chapter of Ezras and rea111lAnd I even I Artaxersep the king do make I treasuriesIscribe of the law of GUll of lIen en shall require of you it be done 4 speedily I TUE Populists of North Care linn who have decided to join hands with the Republicans in op r position to the proposed consti tutional amendment disfranchising 1 1thenegro vote have develol sld a argument which they think I whiteII ties It Is said that if time negroes are disfranchised very mummy of thorn will leave the State for lo I calities where there are no re Mtrlotions on tho privilege of vot lug anti that their departure will n flerlo081v cripple the cultivation of the cotton furoia uli 1 =i OUR DISTINCTIVE tltlSIS IromSt Louts Republic JJ- lhbin51y Americans will find it dlf flcnll to agree with Senator lice eridgo and claim Ithat imperialism IIN demanded as an American poll cy because this GOTO rmi m t n HhauldI follow in the IIII14llI4 of Great liriiiilu u a oolontzmp andIIj civilizing f roe The glory of Britain ia an em pire upon whose dominions the sill never sat N isI n glory of moii archial itiinquesi and tin Hiiltjngu thou ol weaker peopled suet Ile IIM nut pusMible to UH uiilesa we surrender our democniov and out doctrine of liberty and jumioe to maiikind It iin not oOlltjilelli ly within our power to enforee upon alien peoples that foreignI government thy force a ipatriot re nlHtence to which nOiiUcil In the I creation of our own free govern uicnl It ID nut within our ublll Hy to harmonize that Niiluie lo liberty of the embiiilied furiuers the shot heard round the world with that tattoo of Britains im orbit glory time drum beat heard round the world Il is always boat to look foals straight In the face and to acuepl responsibility fur action bused on a clear perception of tout All of the arguments of material gala philippiuesIand to annex Every piin ciple laid down by the greatest li truest Americans frqiii time Constitution of the Fathers lo Lincolns government of the peo pie by the people for the people forbid our doing so If we reo rain it is undeniable that we make a vast sacrifice for the sake of principle If we yield So the temptation we make a ghastly sacrifice of principle for profitI Ii I Is a crisis of choice that IH impos Bible for Great Britain a monarch hat government klngilom legit mately grows to be an Empire i And it It a choice that we must make without excuse for the course upon which to decide Shull we hold to our faith of liberty and justice at all costs because it la right Hint we should Shall we abandon that faith and lake up the creed of empire because it is more profitable to us in material thlngof Tills is the plain case as it now glands before us A Dangerous Combination The Standard 011 Jo banks in New York oily control 41801 I per cent of the total batik deuoH lla in that city and 3090 per cent of total outstanding IOHIIH The power ofsuch u combination of capital over the volume of credit and of currency in ulrcu ation ia such that at any time half a dozen men could as they did onlyI a few days ago force n commercial pan ic and ruin thou alldtl for their own profit This eliunliou will smut be cured by bavini Ihe ad mlnidtration at WUllhlli101i In par inertihip MS it Iia today with tile monopolists OIUIUAU1II On tho 7th of Jan 1800 the Aueel ot Death visited the home of Mr T S Williums and took away the light his home Ills beloved wife She ofI u huatxiud au aged mother three bro latittIlIIndprofessed religion and joined the Meth odist at an early age unit her walk since thou hItS boon suilloient proof of her worthiness to bo railed M Olirietiaii In the Sabbath School she was u devoted worker und God grout that the iniproa sions she has made on the minds of the little onus that sho has taught may live and expand that they may lend as pur and noble lives OH this good woman She was a noblo Christian woman a de daughterwas all that it takes to constitute a noble Christian woman Her walK in life was so straight and her influence so ho ly and pure that many who know lu and loved her wore constrained to 1m purer and better lives And wo find it hard that God in Isis infinite wisdom should see fit to cull from our midst one so good and pure as she But while wo grieve for her we can but know that our loss is her gain and will try to bow to tho will of Him who doath all things for the best Yet in the Church the Sabbath Schools In the home und the community there is a vu cunt place that wo feel in our hearts can never again be filled wcopinJormcetiug1Vhero uugulshAndI cryNotttFatherPeace a cubit voice spako unto us I have called her let her go sayThyFatherGaveThou we arose and stood before her Heart sick oven unto deaths whisperSiteUSE Woo LOVHDHEU IN LOn 1 KEMEMHKAXCK Or J J JONES tOno by ono earthstins are broken As we see Our love decay cherishedBrighton brighterAsFor wo know across the river Watt the loved onoa gone before I IThe Negro and Fdticiitou I Wlllliim E Curtis wrltiui IInI the OhitiiKO Ucourt1t1iIJI 1 ii heard u rather NliirtlingfrttttciiuMit Charleston the other lay and Illthlule Hnjjuests a lirtlllaik sub Hjert oflineHiiRHlion ItWns thatt at loiiHt 7fi per aunt of lire colnrNi- i pcnplt oT time Slats wer j hut ternt jiniil uuulil neither rend nur write anal at ltime twine time only 15 tie ceul iif limeI rnlorml oQniii in tilt Slate penlientiary njiti reform iiiury liidtlcuiirniH are IIIIierHie InI other words the nttloitf etlujn lion to urline IH thurtvtrse of chat It Dlionlil be and ihliece fig ores lire uorreut It IIs oiily another Illustration of tho old ailiije that a little learning Ill a IjtngeroitA HiliiB1 Troublous Times In Torio Rico The American GovernorGener alllIr Porto Woo Gen W 1 111111 hut ruiiorted a diatruHginj cumuli thou of afliilrH ainoiiK tilt natives Tho lelund he ay6Ii proatraie now It liiis lust ull of the mar kelu which It had under the Span Ihum control There la m 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