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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k I I rs n I r V jiC ot a THE I ICKM tNt COURIER R yar Iw Y4 ts 3- rct w fII j 1r J y i OLDEST NEWSPAPER IlSI WESTERN KENTUCKY i oJ c j k 2 ESTABLISHI IIfiD 1859 HICI M AN FU LrUN CUJj rl KY f it 2 1900 VOL XXXV N6 10y f Cutting the Prices t In n I IO one clownI our stock We arp Inking 11iiNi MPrY ami wuit to figure up us few goodd us possible 11 ore these reductions 1000 Buys choice of an elegant line s oft MMENS SUITS 4 that were r 1500 and 1250 8350 for Mcns 8500 Suits f 1 8575 Mens Suits that were 750 v f4 85c Mcns Fancy Sluts elegant pnttc1111sttOUv I regular 8100 Shirts L 4c Li ifens opalsti vi y 8c Linen C u fftj1 1 r tJ4 Overcoats nt HEAVY REDUCTIONS Ladies TailorMaJeSuits t f i v i nt jnat HAIr P i ltlt 1eJJr CapesT l k rt at = futV1 tEnUlIIONS 1 a u L P Wi S ply ELlISON I T 1 eRr E Lr I ew banes INOW OPEN ItCALIfON SKCllBTAliY II I T TIIKR rr X C A IIOIfOailE T rrul W C JOIISROS r XIcIMh6jNHICKMAN BANE Elr4aaU1J JLe L I 1t1 ldt Paid V It Capital 5000000 suitrtiH 4vi ItSIlW1tEI riiopiTM IOMOO Solicits your business We offer the most Liberal Auupumiodiition to our OastomerH Consistent with Established Bunking Principles DIRnaroRsRTT- YLER 0 A IIO10O UBE 1 NAYLOR W H BALTZER J OOWGILL W L MoODTCHEN M B SIIAW Mr Jorgenlmusser Used to Worry Becatie his mlverticsemonta in thn locul l pra didnt seem to nttrnct attention didnt draw a crowd to his store and help him to sell goods NOWHEDOWT1SIly WORRY l he CUll yet filly first ruts udt chuck lull ol KiiiKctttinuH the best that are p peering in his lint in newspitpcss tin country over upi r 1 1udolliir und that with their help it is nitre play to ar nitigo uiln which ill the bill In n I You cun do the Buniu All lines Sued u dullnr to SUPPLY EAo 8 Devonihlre St li uu m- AD 24 BOSTON MASS DR SKDAVIDSoNI I I Den1i15 tHIOKMAN KHHTDGKY OTOne over Oo clll Oowglll s I Drug tHorf fr 1 I I 1 H FA REMIEY t atLawt cf Office upstairs HOloombo Build tug HICKMAN KENTUCKY Will practice in ull Courts of tho State I w t I t I t1j I III i1 THE STEVE ST ARr i 11 t e ra rued Frtd NtskIs41- 9ciow PoetoMce and oppostto t ISnkKIfuti dlt Xfvoe Ya 6P 0 E EAKEE General Grocer I Powell Blook Clinton St- Itaeingl purelnfd11she Grocery Bock firIJ J 0 Uutnlurttii would tbe j1Il Ird t 0II hff nil ni rimdi to chll Fresh OOllctIud Cbolc Uargain I a A r OLIVERB- lacksmilh t and Underlaker HIOKMAN KENTUOKY I I GIVE tE A rurAl whoa tow we kstutlhlnj done or rrmlr In l peoalyl I Undortakors Goods I Common Roifwool and Soul fiNn I Wklnot Collins and Cri whiob can br fiHril up In nlmrl notice and at reasonably prices Qlre ma ell tl8 Shop near the Jail Cash Bock Stareiiij i Splendid Selection ofINEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS at c IH Call and see our Stock Every thing up to dIIMARY BEUENDKS Cog GIJ tl Bartlett I Hiieortoor lo Wm DIfitlbritik l DKALKa IN Fancy jroceries andI Provisions aiOKMAN KEUTUQKY a l Illei FREE DELIVERY We t RNNItltluue i liosRelgosalI Doors Barred by Bayonets UUISLATOKS REFUSED ADMIM HUN TO TilE CAPITOL UU1LD- IXU BV THE MILITIA riea They Ranked te the Capital1I lUtol Wfcere Speaker Trlakte Declared TkelR AdjeIrHi WiT EXUTEMKNT IKEVAILS GoteraotglvrpreelasallouifUrreetioti existed ia Ktntaoky nal purtlcaUrlj hIke elty ofr FriHfcfort Hiul beottaae ef tine It I wljoirned the LwglHlatare to pen+ at London L uirel coantjr uFeh6 It Was read to Ike MiiHurr when they weal to tilt lSpttulThe preetaeeaitteu elleneaWerrard latktt4 wNrfieldI MI HeeeolItlMliHt no HfflHiou would to ut Psaptrd nIn tf font of the HtupB HtiiioanuedI wuuleljI opera hogaN in hullI Guieralhl r HlltlOUIICcI IhN the Lngt N un rc would not be allowed to HIturn to Kiiurd the entrance to Ike Oprra U JUt+ The runBliriinghoperaffwotineI offotlillfrThen4fcrbil tarfhrnattltN clireufitt 1 pcriuUeHt the lawwakerH te flu and that the took tA tktI II M44N to- s fool H ptr Q rnor ot ICeniuuky limber Vtilizel of the Cupi HlHd lIotlOcIblU if IIP permitttl a to teting of the Legislature Iin hilt hotel the uiilitu will take cbnrg Whfn i lie Le lrtlatore reached the opera house one hundred solI diem had preceded them there aiil refuMed any out admltiHion rill right tints well go to the 811l1kerrrhnhll4 Otilller preceded them there and HgHJn refuseit admission Trim l e ked as Speaker of the HOOD tn he allowed to Hater and was bayonetPhNut d words were uttered by several uiei tint notroohle ensued Trim hie Mhonted Tueu I adjourn lh Nooatl of Representatlvea to meet at any time and place to be flxed hy me later Time crowdobeeredand the Lpg islntare murulieil ills body back to the Capital hotel In the wNN u lime a crowd ef troops had been drawn op at the entrance to tilt hoI teat uo one was prevented rum entering there The excite went waa intense The Court of Appeals at this lime inilefinlielv adjoorned tofu a ing to on while the nillllla la hero Altpllillei 111ii oon and IIttztilrltlc were also to have been killed yesterday The Republican members of the General Assembly eta preparing toga to Loiilon The democrats without an exception will stowd by Trimble Therefore two Leg irilatureM will be held The town under martial law Troops are seen e + try where But little bus mess la going on Few women Hiid children are seen on th s dreoiHTne Governor id given no an thoriiy under the constitution tto ttijourn the Legislature except when the Senate and tlonse tiles rntl to adjournment and there teas hero no dlHagreeuient be ween the two homes The Contest Boat da in the Qov rrnora Null LI Governors casen I U1lH and declared Win Goebel rightfully elected Governor I hi the legal votes as cast an l aln lilecliiaed Mr Beckham elected rtt Governor Under the law the deuiHion of Ithe contest Board s IIHB to be reported to the Ln Isla lure Iur the conQruiallon or r jfction by that body It was WIll understood to he the intention of tlic niHJoriiy of the Legislature Ito iinnediatelj lake the vote Null de clare Mr Goebel the legally electl ed Govern It and if posnlhle tto have him take the oath of oilier before he sled When the wen hers rtoaghi to meet In the hapI lot they were prevented by thf Moldiera in charge of the bnlldlnu Null when they sought fray other hnildingH theywarn also barred by the soldiers Speaker Trim bin then declared the hnIIiy adI joarned until walled together h y the Speaker TIlt Oourt of Appeals also adI joarned declining to holdunaI adder the presence of eoldl rs ATTE1PT TO ASSASSINATE il GOEBEL ytla Winchester Rifle WILDEST EXCITEMENT CAUSEDI EVERYWHERE Republican Leaders Express fire cl Sorrow eFrankQrt Ky Jannnry 30 Goebel was shut and very ly injured this mornlnt at 1110 oclock while passing through the State hiiBse yard ou his way t IJl the OltvioIIJOlhJllIg Two shots were tired from a riIi fly only woe of theta taking effect1 It struck Mr Goehel in the righti Itt arm pit to the lispI The mil pass tld entirely through the body coming out below ihr rlgn shoulI dry bUde It is not thought by iiiIwound will prove fatal uul ea com plications set in John Whitla key a farmer laoui Butler uuuut VNtfag tirNttladebota but bb tlehf I tkItJtllIIU ii iug ImduI w- Kat lIr + 1rlcer tre Yeti upon him wheu he was taken ht cuntody Mr Goehel in companyI wl Ool Jack OliHiu and Warden Epli Llllard of the Frankfort prune tUry was walking up the side walk leading from the street lo the Capitol building Goeliel heing on the right of use three When the three men wets Itwo thirds oif the way from the street to he Oapilal a shot was flred troui thet third story of the building occu pits by the otlioes of Governor Secretary of State and leading of ficials of the state The ballI struck1 Mr Goebel In the aids Nn I he instantly dropped to the pave ineut Ohlnu and Lilian Instant ly seized him Uuluu daying as b did so 1 guess they nave got you Go ebel Yes replied too wounded wall I uuess they Nape gut ime for sure While Ohlun woe holding the wounded tutu supporting his head ill hits arms four shots route were ffired at both men All ot them truck ulnae waking the dust fly from the brick pavement fiat Ohlnn sad Lilian stuck to their rriend neither of them moving from Ins side until the firing cea ed when Lilian too fur help HIhad nut far to go fur torte Is al1 t ways a crowd around the guts ott too Oitpitol building A crowd ot isrlee than u minute and he wa N earned to the office of Dr EoUutue in tile basement otthe Up ilal Hotel about 1000 trot from too spot where the nhooting ouI curred Dr llama unide a super tlutal examination of the wound1 I whluh had he declared held cru t I ed the right lung and would in all probability prove fatal Mr Got lei was i hen hastily taken Irnin tthe otllce of Dr Hume lo atM own room on the second floor of the JapitalI Hotel Guards were sta tioned at the foul of ovary lnlrII case leading to the second fool cud nobody not stow Ifor gUIII of the hotel were allowed to poll t The liouse WHS in session when I the shooting iturnrrcd trod thl Senate was to have met uithiii twenty minutes Therefore I111 Japllol building was fill d wit members of the Leginlatare unit to say lhat excitement followed Iif patting it very mildly Froiiijioil I tails men tau wildly down tilt steps without hUlA or conic anilt won member of the House I HIIU riarguing 1 the shooting occurred By tin time the ineinbera of the 1 Iegiola ture had reached the lower floor r tt- l however Oo wayr10 ihv ottlce ot The mewbera ranhwllbk ta r their rooms hdjooruerfd with IiiImost Hniiereuioiiibdri haste sod r poured dowi luetbe arrestsIHgalnf The new0 that Goabel had i beta shut spread through lthe riireets with lightning like rapid ity Hud In a few sinate crowds r4fwere huHieniiig award the Uapl tol from every direction Vow St OlalrBireet which rare direct iy woutli from the oldwI1e lead S 1 ing lo the Oapiiol upiu whluh Mr Goebel was walking at 1 the tine he was steel caw H dense crowd 1 L- lnu of wildly excited MfH headed by mtl hers of ihe eiiy Ire da partment Otis of these errledJa Winciiesier rifle and the other was tellinihim to pat down that Ithing aiiU Ko hawk He finally Hgrred to do this and the wrowd under his leadership melted away The building irom which Gus bra was taut wed In 3 minutea sur 7 rounded to prevent the escape of the assassin and the search wax led by Adjnti nt Gentrall Col her a roll teat Kopahlicmn ito HI 4- IIU called out JHilillanempauT at the State Arsenal Till thud Story of the ballding tees uses oe euuplNd fur It week or wore by some 40 mountaineers for a sleep ing plant null of coarse pablte yofj r hy tile name of Whlttaker woe arrested coming out of the build tug and hurried off to jail He iiad5 revolvers on his person bat lie affruiH hits liinouence sad aeaie r neliete that he 18l fi TUB attempted BIILlltlllhU len + was evidently deliberately plan ned hut bo far no one believes or liharges that ugly constderalde number of Keptiblkans know of i I or hud anything to dp with the ilei uieulate plot i Gev Tui lor President McKin yIcy and ItH the llHgl ReltlllJJif 1 rCHilli alfpnal and lirate HO fat 1 whkorreNealr Hhtl sorrow u i ottthe R Illhhark dr W1ttNwk e rrqtoseen IUtlry 1 tbth 4 from iliOWeiii parts of tin Mate are or ganlztng Nod making ready to rush to Frankfurt nod II Is known s that militia from different parts of tthe Slate have been ordered out Now is the time lo be calm God bale mercy on Kentucky 80EBEL SWORN IN AS GOVERNOR Messngfl received by the Ooar ierat noon yesterday reports that Ilthe Stale Legislature met iu the Capital Hotel Wednesday ui bt legallyeelected as Governor and that Mr Goehel was immediately sworu m nlerclilYhIIiulllll Goebela final recovery w BITTER JdUIiNALh Cause of the uulraje at FruukTurt 1iBitter persomtl denuDciationa null charges in the newspapers ia largely too cause of the terrible shocking couditiou of affairs at Frankfort because of which oar xl whole State is disgraced The i bitterest charge thru one can in vent no mutter whether it be true r false is the one most sought to use against your political Oppo oral cud our people rash to read tthese papers Many public men tuink it bravo bold cud manly to indulge in Ithe same kind of bitter invective The conservative paper t that refuses to till its columns with such abuse and slander ia iifieu considered lacking iu party zelllor as being too timid lacking iu fire and pashtor ruuvtlydltereona1spolitics cud no wonder they turn away with horror yl R ArkhThe ladles of tho Episcopal church Iidillt uiug of too Oth lust Everybody invit j ed The first Quarterly Meeting for this itutiou will be held at the Metnodlat Jhuroh Sunday Rev W D Jenkins E + will preach at 11 a m and 7 p u Busiuedi of too Quarterlyloafer sane Saturday night in 780 p m All no titosvurdd will please attend with tall reports J E FCQUA Prea c I i 1 1 g The rHickman Courier JOEORGB WAIUIEN Publisher IJICIcMANS KENTUCKY I CURRENT TOPICS Hungary lends in glass Jewel pro Motion Parts has the biggest quill tooth pick min The German empire had in 1S03 31090 post offices The lighter nil chocolate is In color the more free It Is from impurities Miss Edith J Enswood of New York is the only woman patent attorney frequentlybrlbody the total candy output of the Unit ed States last year was at least 75 000000ihe present season has been one of particular benefit to the oyster former The total number of paid employes of the New York state government Is 0tJ21 The young king of Spain IIs reported to be a great student of history and geographyThe in n New Jersey town have started n crusade against the use of slang r One years sweepings of the British mint yielded over 5000 in particles of gold and sliver Pretoria the capital of the Trans vaal is a small city of about FOOO white population Nearly SO per cent of the people orI France and Germany are engaged InI farming pursuits- A miners lamp using acetylene gallI has been introduced into the Selback I mines of GermmIThere seems to be a veritable craze for some sort of physical culture in Now York this winter rk Tho last was the greatest year for Shears that the New Jersey farmers dgcndeqf1i1cj r the country In Washingtons time woes Philadelphia It had 00000 inhabitants During last year 1485 persons were I Inoculated for hydrophobia nt the Pastonr institute in Paris and of I these only three died This year the United States will export about 200000000 bushels of Its wheat crop about 80000000 of which j will be in the form of flour Skating has been Taken up with InII I portionIthe community ew generally I referred to as society I Coal mining Is developing rapidly In Canada In Nova Scotia both tbeII areas worked and the number of minOR show n great Increase ifrost has n variety of effects upon I different products Under the same I Influence eggs will burst apples conJJ tact and potatoes turn blackIi One dollar and sevonty five cents air day has been adopted by the New South Wales government as a main Imam wage to railway laborers JJnto 1752 the 25th of March wasE m the beginning of the legal year though the 1st of January was uni31 verually recognized as New Yearsday I Dr J J Henna a native of Porto I Rico now in Washington says that J t there are 288000 beggars out of n i population of 1000000 in that island The costliest thimble in the world t is that which the king of Slam has presented to hits wife It cost 75000 Is of gold sot with diamonds and oth cr precious tones nnd resembles a halfopened lotus flower in shape Many Yankee farmers in Connect cut were swindled recently by n sharper that secured advance pay hunts on a comsheller which proved on dellovery to be the iron shod board v mado and used by farmers years ago luwln has still many old and curl L fibrideJ down the aisle ns soon ns the bridal ipr0oetfiiion enters the church because of the belief that whoever places n ot first on the cloth in front of thoc altar will be master In the household At MaBcali near the foot of MtU Aetna is to be seen time largest tree I y In lie world Its trunk is 304 feet circumferenceI The largest tree in the United Stntes Is said to be the gigantic tree near Hour creek on thefnorth fork of the Tape river in Calibfornia It measures 140 feet in rheum tlfl1unce11 Adm Von Dlcdrlchs who was in command of tile German warships at Manila nt the time of Dewoys victory has been appointed chief of the German 1I naval general staff S- TIr Glclgud the native commission cr at Sebungwe Africa reports that the err rare white rhinoceros still roams the veldt In the district be wean the SanyatI and Zambesi rivers Gorman emigration has fallen off rapidly In 1SS1 there were 220000 J migrants from Germany in 1887 there were 104780 in 1801 0Jin ISflS 37400 in 1SOO 33620 in 1807 tai 24010 and last year 20lOOto i FIGHTING FILIPINOS Our Troops and Insurgents Have Had Several Engagements FTTO Americana Were Killed nn Eleven Wounded During the Dif ferent Encounter IOBB totba 0 Ilcbcl AVas Much Heavier Manila Jan 7A dispatch from Sorsogon dated January 35 says Brig Gen Kobbes expedition has occupied1 Sorsogon Dansol Itulan Legnspl andi Virac on Catunduanes island The only resistance was at Legaspi where live Americans wore wounded and 45 lend and 16 wounded Filipinos were foundIt estimated that there are 125 000 bales of hemp in those provinces and 75000 bales in the ports off ors n gon and Lcgnspl Tho United Status gunboat Nanhvillas shrapnel burned 9000 bales in Legaspi The expedition arrived off Sorsogon January 20 and the town displayed white lings Gen Kobbc nnd ColL Howe with a battalion of the 47th infantry landed here und raised the United States flag The insurgents force numbering 300 mon evacuated the place The natives were passive During the morning of January 23 the Nashville and Venus with four undoeMaj Shipton approached Lcgnspi Filipino flags were flying and the streets were crowded A detachment I of 150 picked men led by11nj ShiptonI landed on the beach about a mile north of the town The Nashville bombarded the trenches and the cneI my retreated to Albay whence the were easily dispersed to the 1111111IAbout 200 insurgents nnned j rifles forced GOO unwilling Ymagelll armed with bows nnd arrows to serve in the trenches in the close range street fighting before the enemy ledIThe Filipino dead were mostly viiIIlagers who were attempting to fleeIThe expedition will proceed to So mar and Leyte where the 43d infantdry and a battalion of the 3d artillery will be dlstrlbutcdIThe natives complain of lack of food resulting from the blockade They are strongly opposed to the return of the Friars Native priests are ofllciat Jj lug in the churches Lieut Col Webb C Hays has dctt tented nn entrenched force of the enemy at Sariaga One American was killed and five wounded A record of 11 American prisoners was foundCCopt Casteel while scouting near Warns with his company encountered 400 insurgents Ho was reinforced by Copt Oracle and the enemy was driven to Tanny One American was killed end one wounded Washington Jan 27Tl1c progress of the movement begun about three months ago toward tho return torSpain of the prisoners released from iIni1 at the war department dated at Ma Q nun January GrReleased Spanish prisoners 74 ofcfleers 1000 enlisted men 22 civilian officials 21 wives and 35 children were furnished transportation to Spainff Washington Jan 27Qen Otis report of the movements in the campaign in Luzon is follows under ddatereported at Santa Cruz drove enemy out of Luzenn Tnynbas and adjacent towns rescued 20 Spanish prisoners and five women other Spanish prisIoners moved back in small detachrments into mountains enemy dlstparsed and greater part believed to be seeking homes at Tnyabas Pound record dated 15th Inst saying 11 American prisoners leave tomorrow know not to what place Hayes casualties one killed three mortally wounded two slightly wounded Wan Defended to the Last Washington Jan 27The navy de partment has made public reports from Coxswain Greene nnd Appentice Powers members of the illfated Ur daneta crew describing the capture of that boat by the Filipinos last Sep j ember In endorsing the reports Ism Watson says that they show that the little gunboat under command of the Into Naval Cadet Wood wris gal lantly defended and was captured IIonlylisroundtAmused nt the Result Santiago de Cuba Jan 27Gen tee accompanied by Gen IMcus Ito Ira nnd the other members of Gen Woods party who arrived here on the Ingalls paid a visit to the battle elds Gen Lee expressing an all mil men do when they first see the ground his amazement that tho ro suit should hero been attained as itoWits h Dr hunter In Waslilnicton Washington Tan 2GDr Hunter nited States minister to Guatcmnl mad Honduras hnu arrived in Wash ington and called at the state de partment Wednesday to pay his ro ipects He is on tense of absence rom his post and came east from JllsIl in Kentucky in order to seek l for his wife who is nowt at Hot Springs YaIIDeath of Irof John E Davis Chicago Jan 25Dr John E Davis Eraser of matticma float physics In the Wisconsin university and a wellrl nowu scientist died at the Presby terian hospital in this city Ills body I vas taken to his home in Madison 7 Vis ItondisCourolldntc iNnshvlllc Tenn Jan 25All the electric railroad properties in this nr to be consolidated and will held by n company having a cap talization of 0500000 Eastern cup ts are back ofUhe project PHIL D ARMOUR JR DED thothe Son of Millionaire orU Packer KxiilrfH liter n tuna lltncxB In Cnllfurulti Paftndcnn Cal Jan 38oue ha boon received of time tmildpn u nth of Phil n Armour Jr at Mok iito ondwas ill but 24 hours and 10I cath was due to congestion of the ft ngi Hit 1111 11 years or ago ire 1ti1 cago thrco weoksuo in oxtSlcat health Young 1r Armour left Pi iIR tho first of loaf week and hlltt1en loclaJ fifir timid friends from Pawdann to untn Barbara On tho advice of h15 Jhysl clnn 1 D Armour Sr fnthbr Qt the vniinir man did not go his liesdHi w- Ing delicate Mr Armour tatlag the shook Chlcngo Jan welljjt the death of I D tttlt cst son of aakbarn r prise ns it was known that wficii he left for the Pacific coast ho was hi- eta best of health A tclcgr i from a member of the party that aocoup panted young Mr Armour inn Cljl1 engo a few weeks ngo when ItiYdat to California to join ltts father coa veycd the information to J Oplta Armour n brother BATTLE WITH BURGLARS Two Unknown Men Shot sad Killed And Another Ilndly AVonndrd Ny Police OIHcers At Qiilncy 111 Quincy III Jan 20 Qulnoy ales ofllcers killed two expert safe Mow andywounded another badly The tragedy Included a running fight through a ho tel in which the armed burglars were pursued by the ofllcers The men are believed to be those who recently op crated in Galesburg Freeport and oUt er Illinois cities making n specialty of cracking sates In building and loan association offices The men were all well dressed bad- iamonds jewelry ind plenty of mos ey Skeleton keys were found on all of them When the two man lIIIM here January 5 they registered as J SaturdayBurt appwreheof Chicago and has n woman friend in Des Moines Time men are bellrtrd tb be three of the best workers In the country CONTEST SETTLED The Kentaekjr louse u lly aClore Vote Vaunt a itepubllcan sad Ileclures a Democrat Ilectj3l lFrnnkfort nn tenting of Ilepronontatlvo H Vrr Bor ry of Fayette county by tit houstf Satunlny changed thy polities com plexion of that body one d grer mak ng it stand 60 democrats aad 40 repub trans instead of 58 dotuoerata sail 1- Sepublicans before tho undenting pro began Three contests have now bees voted on and In each the democrat ma levity has hung together and domi noted the action of that bodr on a strictly party basis which kn been- isappointing to the minority The other contests disposed of were the ousting of Mr Taylor republinn of Trigg county whose seat was jIUU to Mr MtKinney democrat and the ro tenting of Mr nay democrat nf Oar county whose rent was eoalectcd by Mr Walker republican PHILIPPINE COMMERCE- The Total Value of Article Import ed In the Iilnnit Ilarlsit Jnljr lean fIB77n3 Washington Jan 2SThe war de partment made public the following summary statement of the ojmunsrce of the Philippines during the month af July 1805 The total value of noroJiflrnJiiie mm ported at all ports in the orehipolago during wild month amounted to SI 277530 of witch amount articles to importedtreeArticles of food and anlnuln Im amounted to 81022 or jfl per nt of the total manufactured nr les to 479231 or M per wit of the total The total value of jnor RhandlKC exported luring the moots mounted to 1180400 PriMlucta fl agriculture amounted to loij si 0I88 per cent of the total IiBlslntlon Urged Jty Inlinr lenders Washington Jan W PamuH Com perm president of tho American Pod erotica of Ltibor nccomMtnlrd lhernth r representatives of labor inn raeta had n conference with the prrnlilont to urge upon him their de lre that he ihoiihi advocate certain legialatiuii in which they arc intorrstml Thv wnntI nn eighthour law for nil government work n low to prohibit the jrmliicts of convict labor from being transfer red from one state to another and n to restrict the federal courts hIlaw to restrict the authorities ore I ime federal courts In the Issuance of in lobar troubles Ililtllc Schools In Cuba superlIitlnl1ntof reports showing tint Sill I schools have already been organized Report ore coming in at the rate ofII n dsand It Is nxpected that the j nntiibQF will reach 2000 representing I liMCOO children Ilnnalit n Paper Mill Niles Mich Jan 28R S Hanger JortJI I 4St3a00 1 i f GEN BULLERS6 I DEFEAT No Attempt to Relieve Ladysmth Will Be Made for Two Weeks llrltlsh 1iihllo Aiislituslr Awaiting to lcnru What Lord Ilubcrtii la John to li UoerN Are Still lloiulmrdliiir Kluilurliy London Jan ItA tlUpatrh from lOrn Huller give details of tho rapture anti abandonment ef Shot derays that 8plon Kfo Ivaaah1tlill finHlI on Account of lack oT water Inabdit to bring artillery were said the hror hoer fln Oust UMlier kho list ofJ raBualtlea Ilia whole force withdrew south of the Tugela rlvvr with tile evident intention of reaching Lady smith by another rout The hours say that the Jlritlali lost 1500 killed WedHMilay It t b41JeHtO- htrtt that this incliHlo Ui wottMe d- If hoer reports am to be ae wited the andoomnt of Bpton Ron Irae due to the inability of tho British to resist the Doers that tlte kepi MV vied the irat traehea und took IK prlaoHora As the aftom oH n wsim eni Art enmnwntlnir without full knowieilKC of tho facts they sit not disposed tr offer any ahsodoglea for Gen nallor defeat The St Jmtitw Qazjttr says TIM meattUtif of the rctwftt fa ob riots iVe hate had to reougnlzo thai we ran not force our way throng- th enensys Nnua to Lailyamlth Why we dont know If the Hoer position U iia renauJe It ought never to have been attacked If It is capable of lie iafr taken we were repulned bccauKt the toailornhlp was bad and IIt is kilt J to attempt to conceal that the Inttet Is far front Incredible To start out declaring there mutt be no turning bark In eminently foolish When wtipger and rant prevail there It enmmoHlv rienttfHl Inek of jndgiuent ami true rmilHtlon It requires Iepious effort not to yield to gloomy conviction that the intellectual andl woral qnaNtloa which sake for site rent have bests repteeed on our atoll hy words wonl Wrda The remetlji for South Africa fn not to add to tit mtmber bat to putI the tVodp where their force eon some Into play Lonilan Jaw 3SIlkteryy lQ msgt for a time la ffouth Airiest It III one of those unmtl factory muiei Unit are nearly alt trying ta lUtUh HOTTM OB a iMfuitnce of reverses anti Bpjnir ently It will terminate oilywlstra Lord HobortH giver the wort for the forward mo CMM nt in the Free tIt4t wtttvh aoaonltag to the most steer ful view he will to usable to do for a fortvitthtVhelhor hn Mil porwtt ova Itallar to make another attempt to relitrrc JjMiyftmlth to quite outaMe the knee lt edge even of Year clsedly eeAHMttd wick the war oHKe With the trooM due to arrive next month he testy think himself aiong oMMgh te try two large vMrnitlona C nMnin the force under kiss Methuen PreMrh and GatfKTa ami aiMlbir to them the arriving IroopesI Lord Itoberta would have 711000 for the Invaaion of the ft1ltlnlIngto rescue IJIIIlttaITwenty thouMiml two hundred DAtiI twcntytwo uses and 155 Kuaa are at Si Eleven thauaaMl infantry and OOWJ eavnlry Indaolnr 5eot yoottten are practically ready te embark Therefore the government without doing more Nil ptaeo at the dlH oMil of lord Uoborts 40Soo addiUennl IIIltliI and 15S guns Gon ImllerR operatlos has cost QJU men so far ulMctal y reported vlUim 10 days Applying to the toe aplon Kep eRa unities which he IIHK reported the rule of proportion the losses of ofllcera In- dIcate Is that the 308 eomaltlea thatI206 Iis wo rnmialtloti yet to WHIt The total cBNualtie of the war com piled from ollleial reports are fc 113nearly a dlviiilon Of these Z4S6 are killed 41 11 wounded smith the rest are prillonpltlItroopsInNutallanH 7158 and Cape Colonials 21000p I London Jan VotTlioTlmM lets the following heliograph uieMwife via I Afodder river from Klmberky c1atcodI January lOa Tho iKinjbunlineiit eon I tlnucH It Is now directed toward theIInhabited portions of the town rather than the fortlfloatlons Batwealaid- night and 4 p in yesterday 145 shells wore fired They veein to hove been of 1rnnsvual muntifiioturv not buratinif idHy One child was killed and four people worts Injured IxpoHltloii Htrll Sulllii Paris Jan soTht strike of tho carpenters engaged on the expotiltlon buildings cnme to an end in ooate qucnco of n doclMion by time arlrftrn tlon committee composed of ropreaen tntlvis of the employm and time world inenJn J9UiCut f the strikers An In cease of ten centimes per hour for work on buildings 25 met res or more in height was rccognUd ns u Just de munch such work being conaldurud jangarouH Irlvnte Telegrams Sliipppd New York Jan liThe Crammer slnl cable company Wednueday morn Ing sent out time following notice We are advised that the postmaster general nt Pretoria announces that ill private telrjjrnms for the South stoppodIChaplain In the Vnvy Appointed Washington Jan liTlle presi hunt announced that he would ap point Father Reynolds of St Mat thews Catholic churqh of Wanhlng lon chaplain in time 11077 to succeed Father Parks resigned IFIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS I First Ilesslr sv Washington Jan atBonnto Th cam mlttso en privileges and elections mad a report an thfl Quay ease A majority I Isort ww awillMt sealing him slut tho roothoWHS jUvolwl oatirely te sneoehinnKlnff tllolhUIlllnqutlontIubJtIV V 1 oflitreportsnodpeemUkin 1ValAdflRtnx Jon II Benate Unullna timebcall1nt ui tfardingyIebRitrooferJMl llOtntlid1 eonrthepeehtt aujortlY hiliIrevsuseIncurporetiesutWnhwtII IRII8M Iroalit t IUfir ThttmtRC1IUouodlrlsbnaril nobhinpnntptlvaeleelp theiigtur11tOlulclueminorbUStHfkS tokthehrwasfrjI IIwas1 themrySrttaIplNtlureoltoeerYepvin InthepanthearmTunlturnot InIJleuTh stealer portion of the st OUl8KluIlJoGnI ale VUM IrcMdtnt llelxtrt The lithe perfunctoryMugs adrlrwtion InrrlIthe ewtfrte retort on tho MMMM Mil was adnMrd and an attempt war made to repairingiJytordo moptHl hmrevsr and H weal over flhsr wan lhOP K Y 1 rep rted the Indies p JW callsIl I e1Ernser attra4ntd tec eonfvrvo- WasMnKion Jan 51sate1 et In sro 4on- iI i The boos save a beer tj oulo etLstlseer of NoparGtnoe5 lasn shtitlo SfnRJanIisnta KsMauir U Il JelaSUesaalI sad err CICft rtt war spi eMt t 1d se tIt lJteitotorM M I thee t o as oleo 1 Ka r- ietrlit rhIMItt rIadousekprre ntstlv Strewn Inlro 1iie4 a Mil 5 It tar the vMintrwrttq ef jvrwlp t Xanla Mrrrs n Tlfauvftj tr Mliirwra Tim to ft atloa UvtH Cr it R MUau aluMreM Ky at the rate of- its a month fnl Ru was an oruer a C he 11th Kenlnekr infantry Mr Bu- HK 1 ltItI law a tars number of neprelltth John MetlrW1 VlrRlNU IntrtMlucvd a bills Nhsrlsloa law Mrrviary cot the IrwuHtrr in par tn the tr lwf if the Mouth o- fIteaYtr Jlnytst tauh 8umnsen isaetm eel 1rK1na Itoi 111 n rhurrk ediAre durtlLiChIInn thai Oil JYIr t ISSJ the saUl fIMtttr fnreM tIM lnlt l Stalewithdrawn rata the Island of Cuba n4 that the gnrernmset thereof br left to the Cu a 4 A bit to retlsir lots and ulon steamer vreels to mass mat No hell app tnallon for Utasia was tU A FUNERAL TRAIN It Will Censor the Ilcidl s of ten I twlnu JlnJ Ioann and Surgeon Armstrong Stoat Son PnndMO Inn ItA funeral train In Iwlng nrranrd Ujr the South irn Pndfltt Co to convoy tilt remains of Slnj tan Ileury W Lawton and MnJ John 1 Ton Jr to the cost rllu retrains vf nr J I Arnistrng i rerulMr army atiriffon will also IM oiiicyvdl on tko sanu train The three bodies art on the transport TlioiiuiK wlilih In due tram Manila The body of Dr Anmitruiiir like Unit of 0hen Uwion IIs to bt Interrad at Arlington evHtitery Mnj lopu IsI to be buried at YotuttrNtimnt 0 the home of ids wife MHJ Jon Shatter with a mill tnry wwiort v11l tcwinimny time remains of Outs hairiest to WaMhlniridii where there will bit nn iinpoalnir mili tort funeral Mrs John A Logan ain her children with nevernl eaatrrn rionilH will also be on the train Aiiprriprlnleil lliwployern Hooey ilbI l B ttrlico Jan 30 Robert A JiiMitfi who wsa cashier of the Texas Pacllle UnllrfHt1 Co at Shriiiort Fvt line b H n nreated lure and taken back to LoiilMana on time charge oC pproprlntlnir p200 bvlonginir to his tniployurItxMlnUtrr rhclpti WOMB NIMV Haven Ct Jan froEelwnrd J PhiIP U extremelyI wale and time pity IcIaiiK would not bo surprised tu no tae a chango for tho worse any hour The loctoY do not hold out any en ouragemcnt onIsJnu Wayne W Vn tan 28MordecaI ForguHon stud Miss Polly Lucas were married litre by ltcvC Ylu1htrt lho wedding occurred Ia time county loll mind was witnessed by a number of jounty ofllcluls nx well ns time father ind mother of the bride The honey moon will be spent in jail as the frown Iis under indictment 1roinlneiit Jurist llend Jackson Miss Jan 29 Judgo rims J Wharton one of the oldest ani nioKt prominent Jurists of tile stall IlF y WILLIAM EEPT TAB An Aerator llor Who Was a fleaa mar Gustatory Hudttet for the House Monday nornlnc Time IMMC tiger in the elevator of the large epartment house sallied the AirLIScetua to me WUUaw she tall I IImell cabbace IWYeimJFtnuwlon the third 11MI barfi Isllek ia em fur djuixr Tuesday aftcleooo If Im not mistaken Vfman there Is a rtreni odor af mutUa liaror Yearin Tko re- ner JaviarHiutUilfHr ills at tko WoTksrsoa s on the MXt floor ultoHt halfway bask ti MtMlar illtAl lierc sloe that small at Mteni com rreM Coosa ra the CttOI ramsTheirts- IHiMnya ono ami they iaoaI Jtle no m- lhundayyevwlug I Uwk I notice a llaror of war hrtbe ot fin Wil It eas oon ftjkIMJIII is lIoW their Ia Tnajr do that ewrj two 1ra 1 rwc iett M today Without M s 1Sal t ueaDMWltcGmLo 1 t HUdwelU on ta IItC1 theTiethey hart be un to cove yil Do you know what we art to have rrdiBMr WUUamr Votm CoW must aa tuwhwJnit I vv at tot anybody iMiiaCNac Tribune p110 lievrnnl fl00 The readers af tide paper will IttJhttlita Warn that there k at least OM wi dc that b aWe to lire is- a its j1H issianeehem is Catarrh l1aUe- latarrk Cure u Ike only posits euro hewn to the uitdle l frsiernilr Alanh being a onttilutional ditoae rHmrM a coaitUutioMl treatment halls Otarrh lUre U taken maternally acting aWjrtlr upon the blood and tnunni umraiM tbo mlem thereby dntrvyiiw the fouiMatian el Ue dkieae s d gntag the paNellt- strvaptit by budding up the roietNrHOi sad aiakling nature is dasng its week The proprietors have 10 much faith ia HI tent Iilt1S4edIh4lars tulfSfnd0SoldI 7e11a11s tilt best A Modest lUqunt Ambition U aa adnuraWe trait but It IU net the MBsttt qmUSeatwn for iucvi AntorlI ugh amlntioss youths tenet be numbered hernia who sir serial y Itabad rentesed to a cooper TJto IKtllit that coaatait oope1 s wsa not with hM- Acrofdiagtly Notesa for the tltrro alter o hbvratioa mostlu ago lie a4drMMl Wtt r to tRthood ol the cfeat KotaMliild bsakiaff bait at Prickled tetUae forth at some iMgta kin bJptr nrouuiiag dliMeotxe and all apJd MIa IA alas tla t byLewl The rMtotaa iia still a eooftor YouUii OmjuMon The setae and OrUntnl Anti York1vt1srat 014 and the fourth atfkt there readyraaadCIIdearjietI A sap libe aof oe- iroast fiJIIMftltINw tottt Aw OCftI lStatues Nrw NJ A HuRttrsllve arnr Mr DuUne ten u OM thing IIs be raid ia Oea Katrkratr favor tr huwelJrlVhal Y that MJtlPittsburgh tactayChiarebn PUTNAM FADKLB88 Hare at to ittalifkt waikMR sad ruWarn if SaU by all IiUisIs The fellow wkom you taink aesaa Ma urstMPhs Cut for ferambit61 Aitkau loch IU April U i t4jj Kveo1 rasa think IsDemocratorP u Take Time by The Forelock I tDont VAllutIlielmt ovtrtrics irheurlUlcofImpureStritptrttl And yourhealthness Be tare to get Hoods because v n I I J r I I CONSTIPATION I have some 14 day it s Hmo wllbont n eroeewant uf Ika bwvel IDs below CM to lluabdrool J Inbllirrthina I beard t bai ti acrbu teuruuNsects waiisrrats unIIIoUh using lAMAliRTS I sow baq from coo too t i ice Iisapes II day sod It I nhsehaice Iiukiii ilL Detroit Bleb JJ GoooilNeiorletia i11eilenorUdptUeSSic tio CURE CONSTIPATIONBlrllc a1i ttmfut limp aInI Rw Ttrk m- rDrBu1ftCoug Syria ColdearippopI iIiIIIWhooplnz resultsDrBuWtillltcsrtCsifiPafios ARTERSIMKia made to give fatlifactloa p and It does lure you used Uf DROPSY WSCOVEHTi given rilldand cures wont earteft I 1 r M l t 4p it1S 4ft v IkIS 4 tti u 1 i IT I IBOTH SIDES Miners Demand Twenty Cents Ad vance on Run of Mine Basis Oliernlom Otter nn Advnneo of Xlne Cenlm l er Ton the Merman lu Ililimin the Nnnin urn Thrf Are nt Irrnriln- dinnn01b lOTheQcnuanjointIiQnfutelau Worktll1IlRitUClILJun thntItdetoMto to woor thulr ovonmnta 110rIIItIIlowwfuThunieeting oftinn prop Wllm miidb by Mel siil varu inn Tlmttn pubJljllmanilMl nilviiHrtt pertOnopdMtitDfj1rl ton for mlHlng with ties uondltlut us to smvtUM remaining the MIIIIU fill IndilfrI Illtnate whleh Is now on n riinof malls Uaata must rouiu In iindur n tlauftlMtttMliml ftrranfftinotit nnd re turn to wlHfr wreeHa- IiiUMdJalely upon the rondlnjf ol 01Ir PreMeHt lain Mltehell lulopOonI I HIIIUN a Pee ytvsnht oMiralor niofml to nmrml tlw motlftH by udiipl inc thI ealr nf the ontfnitnra Piro jiuiitir Nan then opitHail for discus Mini lT ilnt Mitchell of the Mine Wnii MM the Art BjwakiT and I iiurmiri the HMt rater tits prtee of inii Ib 11s inrn higher then for several i i I IrtI ito oMt af hrlag to the Mlli i elan klrMr wtthet HH ail ate 111 wags to HIt It Under t tasx iijrMHNH IM iiW Lhu nperal ir tare ujikiwg a jfotl RrflAt which ha t et HoMhl Im wiled with the rv He ana foltowod by Mr HobWita who answered itjr an ing ao or ffO fW- rtWt of tilt vial mioeil wee Ntto1A- N 1 Immediately after an agraement tooth 1kIinrra hal tars WIt1 and1 M a ceCer9 aftiM Hln ownera Oiled nelhlag by un I rt IN market Ha oak that a rna of mine Marls wn M IM MrtaMal to U e IIH burl of the Ilttabiirgh dlalrlet for tLe taton- tfaU7 that the cMl hail to be nrtnaiFUOBtMo tt wilt to the- r Mt tikes and Had to iw handlad ajwral tlmos IH troHalt henen must IM yoUen out of Ilie wlMea IH theI blest gflsnihle sttttoa Ifitbintl tkat the tottl- loudta go total H MMrtwt where nltter t tk4W Uret4tMd JiI jlauall flls t it t fat t iabi fa 13iens Mr qtMwViw dtaeMd to net the doors prlev wktch tin PHtalwrnti Miner WM lor d t Meer DISAD IN A OATH TUB A llnunrllr llnnlrr IIdy 1nrboltrd nml Ill llrnthor Inthl Uuron elin + flu UIoI II Chad pallid Mk hM Jaa fLProf- A l1ftaIM9 a MA MMn healer won found dVxIHi a hHlktwti lute holy led twm purbnlM t hash N lt trM Utut ttw Neh fH from the IWIMW what U wm lifted out On HitI tmUmmm Jtoor taj Pala Itrvthrr Uwrgf imirtn- MfMO The watr was exiled by n strew KpfMratiM operntrd br gee Loilnushoyl U upfKMMt to hart fMinlert HIM 1 tbr wdttr floliltllHetl to hml MHtil It s- near the bolllHir pfllnt It lla ullpoavl hut Uarg w s renraiHf with horror I at tto dionvM7 of wte brother bwly MM till to the floor yn riftnt lit Iis- situ oaeli toiosis tired fI8 are onlcr gin o Air 11rt reMrvvry r CUBANRESOLUTION It ProvlCr for the 11lldrnsval or All Our Iorocw And Lrt llic Co t lmn finvorn Tlirni rlsv WnsWilftoii Inn 3OMr Clnyton of Atnbntnu intriHlucinl tho following rOMlnttan In the house llMMlKHl Tint rin July 4 1000 tutu mlffmry HIM 1 nnvil fonts of the United Stntw be withdrawn from tho IfllMiul of Cubn mill that the govern mon thoruof bo left to tho Cuban poopTuHllvmlvfd 1urthor Thnt the prtid nrwJo nt of the United Status and IIP hereby la dlrwtwl to innko i rochunii tlon af this roiMiliitlon nnd fill proper orders for tit osomtion thureof Aniorlrnim Jolnir Alirond WMhlnirtoii Inn OAII oxtrnor rtliwry troths of Anicrkxina towards IKiiroN In in proprowi ncuorillng Ito the HpiircH of tho purport bureau of tilt miss ilopnrtinent Up to Into tho number of pantiportM issued during Jnnunrywws 13S3 nnd 125 more will be rout out before the end of the month Last Jnnunry tho number for tfu ts hula mp1OB 6S11 ThIs reoonlf- ff1 fitl iiirat c monthft la totnll 3iith out prwedont In the state depart ment Mont of tho tourlMtt arc from the middle west AVn Lincoln Partner In latrine Snn Frannlsco Toll 20 Charles Mnltby who for three year wn nsso dintedl lu busluwwi with Abraham Lin cols at Wnyiicnvllle HI Is dead aged 83 ycnr Ho win bom In Vermont and during an octlve yifo occupied tunny positions of trust PrnniicHii nt Trouble Atlnntti fin Jan jIhl prospects nre pond for a Kcrloun conflict between t the icentafliid telepitiph opcmtors s nnd lIhr Sptit4grryllalhvtsy yslemI Vossibly the llrcmta tOrliI tr oraanlj tralpnicn will fltrtillv bolnfOlvttlF s a t ENGLAND CRITICIZED Iterator Simon AVant Ience Trcntjr- Ilnlinrd tin United Mtntc Cnn Otter tlrillntluu Washington Jan 30Mr Moon IIIut tho conclusion of routine morning business In tho sunutc rose privilegefluan Interview with the British consul at New Orleans saying that tho Brit ish public won disgusted with tho po notion taken by the America people and sumo of the senators in congress on the subject of the BritishTrans veal wnr That position WUH assumed tho consul was quoted us saying situ ply because the American people were mercenary Totiny they wore favor able to the liners because they hud achieved n little micco s tomorrow they would be just QH favorable to the British when they hud achieved vie tory vThe counul also nttackml Sun ator Manon npucltitiiilly Mr Mnnon tiuld the connurH utter ance WItS scarcely worth attention except that hit was ono of the accred ited ruprcftaiitatlvcft or n great nation to this country IIt In not the ilmt time declared Mr Muwou n British diplomat hUll attempted to run this lountry Ho fur an his pursounl at tucks upon mo lire iHiiuorncd C have no aonunrn Thuy ilo inu unison Tho moro vaiiomotm the ntUiuks by tho ItrltiMh upon mo and those who think lUlU me the moro wo ass mode the iibjeoU of BrltlMh stupidity nnd an iilnlty the sooner will the American people get on the right shin of Lisa controversy Ho declurod that 96 per rent of the people ofrAmerica were In HympHthy with tho Bourn In their contest with Great Brltnln I wniit to say Mid Mr Mflson I ask for no upoulnl defetiMO from tho into demrtm nt In Uiis matter for with time help of God Ill try to take ears of myvMilf But said he there Ia ono thing thnt I should like to Inv UMlr alHtit What line become of the srbltnttlon treaty that war snbndtttel- to this senate I nm told tlmt tho United Slates garvrnmcnt sin not mediate In this war until thAt tiwity has boon mttfiwb if that U HO I vMtt that trusty dUaftPerwl and mil iMnd MO that Uio ImrrTvr uxHtnat me IRUon shelf ho roofOtJ air IHCtI1 then nrgeil the ommlt lee OH foreign relation to wi vb his roMlutloH of pathywllb the liners fled been rvfurrrtl tn hake H rejHirt tipOB It In order that H tots might lie Ihad upon It The soHHt tlieii adopted ar order prMetttMl hy Mr Allison U dettid Iing to proeseI to the elrrtlon of H seo rotary nml M rgiMiitiHitHr ji of the sells ta This vrm the second step In the rev urpNiitMtlnn of tho senate which hM beets andlHc for wivernl weeks Mr AMIctiii thin In msfmttstau preeentwl roveluUnns fint Umt OlmrLd f Iton twtf nf Atwr Yolklc cheated sows Uiry nf tho nonitt nml ieeend thAI llMHlel M1 ItHHMlpII Of IniUcee be- elrettvl HIWRItrlIAfter NH DfrretftNUMt wits rro eliiMl that the offlcew were not to take their plnrm until Iebrnsry 1 the res olHtloHH woio Jdoptedl without ill tNlnn AMERICANS SHOT Mix Men ICIIIrU Ilr Orders of n Met Irnn Olllcnr for llelnu XVIlli the Yniiul Inillaim WMhlHgtatt Jan tGlho s cretnry of state U In receipt of A telegrNiu from United States ConsHl Klntlilck at JiMrinu Mt x reporting tlmt six AiHPricHn hove hewn shut Their penseo lire Don Ctisnok luck mil ridge bongo Unit Chnrliw Iturnn roll Velwtpr and Hour 111111 mil It lla said that they woro shot by under of Hen Torre iinnr GiiHymag on tho yroHNd thnt they wcru found with YmptU Indians Tit counul has not yet bets able to confirm this report but the seeret ry nf fttntc has suitably InHtrtictiM our mubnsMidnr In relation to the alleged shunting mid has also liiRtruatad Con sul KmdikU to ascertain timid report tn the nmlmsMidnr nil particulars Holil llnttrrliif AVItlionl n lilccnnr Chlengo Jan JOlIogC1 fniud In the sole of btitterlna which hundreds or dimlurM throughout the country have purchased as mutter is said to hint been practiced by JointI K Hon ney and Walter H Butler who will appear boforo n United States con mbwioiier to answer to two charges of surged violation of the internal revenue law Thn government ollluera claim to have stillleleiit evidence to how thnt the defendants have oar rind on business UR wliolesnle dealers In nit turhto without having paid n government licoiue Senator Ucottn Sent Secure Washington Jan JO1ho protest against Senator Scott of West Vir ginia occupyng his sent In tho senate probablyl will be decided snout by the senate commit teo on privileges nnd Slott1Thotake any more testimony in Ithe onno hrontiM of UK opposition to going be mini the not of tiny state legislature In the matter of Kcutiug its men beta Julia Morrliion Will Lecture In Ohio Chattanooga Tenil Tau l0TII1Iu Morrison lames left Monday for Co lumbus O to lecture on The Other Side of Singe Life She does not 111- 0iIIIII tn return to Chattniiooga KOOII and It Tuber plan to spend somu time in Ohio lecturing She has announced lint slue will write n book Sninunti Trrnty Stand Kntldcil Washington lout IO1ho sennto in eecutio Hissiou decided by n vote ot 31 tq 33 not to rccoiulder the rote hr- tthigh1lio Sampan treaty was ratit fled I a DETECTIVE SHOT He With n Tonne Wnn Attcnrotlatt to Arr lIt n Cnnic of Samiects One Captured Holden Mo inn30John JatV son n detective for time Missouri Kan has Texas railway from Scdalia was shot through tho head lucre early Monday and mortally wounded bya gang of man suspected of plotting to rob a trail of the Missouri IuclfU railway Superintendent Hardy learn ed that an attempt would be made to rob the express car on time eastbound Missouri 1uolflo train No8 due here at 303 IL in A posse was organized Superintendent Hnrdlns infprmntioi wait that time holdup was to take place near Doran a small station near IIol den When tho pouso arrived they Icnrn cd that the suspnotcd men wore ut a resort and it was decided to arrest them as it wns believed enough cvi deuce had been secured to bring about tlujr conviction The town marshal another ofliccr and Jackson tnrt d to make the arrest Jifok entered the house one of tho mon tired nnd n hull passed through Jaak OUH head just over the right oyo Tin officers returned tho bandits shots but ho and his companions of whom there warn about six osenped loiter ono of thou badly wounded mm oupturod Ho refused to give hhI niiino JnckBon oan not recover Thu urroted robber finally wild hh uniiiu was Slioros and confessed to numerous robborira Ho ndmlttw1 hnvliifc held up limo Missouri Pacific Kont at Independence recently nUll of httvltifcr rubbed the PittMfluld post uHlce last Friday night Bloodhoundi will be unml to track the escaped rob bent Tho proprietors of time resort where the men wura found have bflor arrested for harboring the robbers AMERICA AHEAD Po5r the llniilil MolillUnllnn of tint Army lliiKlnnil MnUfn n Poor ShowltsK Vlth U WMhlngton inn aoSurU Gt n Sternburg hwt eomplltd sumo figures IH A Imstoof mortality uuluuhitlons In tits SHnilaliAineriuun wnr whluh IH iltlentally developed the InturoHtlaj fait that thu mobilization of tho srlty luring thu ajMiilsliAiiiflrletin wnr was ecaiupllahi d iis only n frnotion or the tissue ri gnired to aMomble nn oqtilv silent iiiimlMr of trumps at this out lireuk of tin civil war In they 1M1 thu main strength of His union rny was 1011 and In nits month ItI had ImrraMed to only OA9M In tip first mouth of thu Spanish American war the United Status army itnrtlnjf at 1037M hud increased be fore the close of the month to 2Qt6M This IIs rugnrilvd ns a nnimrkablu fart of military orgnntznUon Jar surpnu1k JJJentln1Ii THE TRAIN ROBBERS After n Mrnprrnlc Fight With Ut- trcitlvr lnU Verd Killed In- ItoleliitliRUui Cheyonno Wyo Jan nOA report roneheil title city that a pnasu fit Union Pnultle detectives headed lIy Tom Horn laid run down two of the Union IflellloI train robbers in Ne llololnthoWnll nnd after a donper ate tight killed both of thou One of thu pursuing jmrty wns shot but It isi thought not seriously It Is knnwi that the robbers xopanited In tw pMiifcm after leaving thn railroad end time men reported killed won thom who wore trailed through the mount niiiM HO closely and afturunrds ex uAped It 1 is supposuil tlutty returned to tho HolelnthuWnll vlion they thought tho pursuit was over nnd tin detectives haul been votahlnp tin rendezvous over shire till Ithey got thick men Will llcninnil n Mnelloiir liny- Chloago Jan 70Who Inttern mnkura union linn decided to domHiul I n nlniliour dny after April 1 An u preliminary stop n demand lias Ixrn made on the proprietors of nil jets slurps for recognition of the union IR tit factories could have their w rU done in thus job shops If n strike woukl result It is thought there will be little illilioultyI I In securing the nlnohour duty To t elude loreluu Meiitx Washington inn U7rAccording to reports from United States consuls In Europe the butohors nf Germsny and Austria ark shout to cnmblnr tn keep out of those countries American moats The Austrian bulchcrs nlI rlelllly have taken steps to convent n congress of butcheis to take tewi to meet our fnnipotltlon In inents among other thingH A Itevolvcr Uniliil HI HslIeco- rtoll Vn Jnn 27 Ashley Cub Lange n youth of Laurel Mills llnppn Imniiock county toiumitted suiciiie because of disappointment in lovo Hubbnge obtained n pistol with tin tleclnrcd purpose of killing n dog retired to an rapper room of his father residence cut the clothing over his heart placed the pistol to his breast and tired Ho then walked down the ntepsr lain the yard and roll death Ilotiert Claim fur Ml fence Washington Jan lOIht house Cininlttee on mileage cHscnuscd tin Irlm of Brigluun II Roberts for mile igo which amounts to about SIIMW Amojority of the commltteo are of the opinion thnt he inI not out it led to this money as he wan nut sworn in IB n member of the house Mr Hob arts will be heard by Ilist eonilulttecI flilrly Wnrkinvii Uroirned Hamburg Jan iilr+The Irttlsh iteaiuer Kxpedlpnt ITide run down mid Runk n Ilarhiur 1fjnliier netff Altoiiu Thh ty orlmtencrdr ttll BOILERS LET GO 11- i w- to IXplnilon In n IlnllltiK Mill Kllli lno Inn mid llndly Injure Inlly n DOXCII Othrra steeldepartmentWll on West Carson street woe com WereIljurdbutteryttOne mnu was instantly killed All the Injured mon wore quickly re rural from the ruins Five were inu suited almost beyond recognitionSurod ono or two more may re slIt Time Injured were taken to n I ipornry hospital hastily provided and locul physicians were summoned to relievo their HiifTurlng A rescuing lParty then went to work searching the wreckage which It 5IS supposed cnt- Oltlbs others of the workmen The explosion was one of the most trrlflc that over occurred in a Pitts wgh mill The roof of the boiler onn was completely lifted from the Ittldlnjf and thn flying iron nnd steel falling in nil directions Heavy beams IId portions of the masonry were thrown from the foundations The mm wore crashed to the ground on IIttClu1Ingl01111 I I Ph wero scalded by inn Illoopinn- 1In I The bodies of the mon wers so burned and begrimed thnt thjr were saireely re ogulHblo Thin ouuso of the explosion It not ksown THE ANTITRUST ACT It U Drilnrcit Uiicoimlllutlonnl br lnllptl Steles Clriiitll Judge u U KnhUuiit Hileago Jan 510 Judge C C Kohl Mats In thin United States circuit iurt derided tho antitrust net of lIMo Illinois legtolatHrul void on the round that this atutiite contains both HMBI and special llegislation and is In nut revert lots of the ftdurul and state I hrislatiou Pile opinion of the court hram morn directly on thin ninth rlsnP of the net of 19B3 lust the valid Hy of the wholu nut is also denied The ruling wits mAde In the case o the Union Sewer PIpo Co against Thomas Connelly but applied aa well In thus rase of xamo jilnintllt against Vm Dee the two oases having been tried conjointly Thu court took thou from the Jury sail gave instruc tj1 that tie finding be in favor or II lllIllItllTT1tto Sewer Pipe Co brought nit to recover upon promissory notes area by tile defendants who con tmled that the plaintiff was a trust or fommlsalon organized forlo cx etu purpose of creating and carry inf out restriction to trade DURING A FIERCE GALE- 4nwvwNxwthnrlovyHlnuyAGsv York Drillit ed br1IrrlurA bran tea55lim 1w York Jan IOIho seveni tory banding In harry street 0 fried by UK llttywoml Urns and 11nk flelII Mantfa turing Co MH n choir lust tnrjr w 1111 ilmtmywt by fire Monday duringtle prevnlence of n fierce gull nhluh inndi the work of the henna iMftruiflily dlimult When till fire hrofti out then wrrn about ISO mon Nt work in tho Imlldlng but nil CM en pod without Injury The bunting nf n tnnk on the roof of the building wlltoh prealpltfltel 10ftno gallons O f uiitur upon the tire raging benenth It lUll lrllll1 I 110 much stonm that the vnllB burst out Part of lie oust wallI Ml upon tit icrrltdi wnrchnuKc and mrilcd thno flrnnen with it For HtUO It wes fenrwl the nuts were lost butt tiny werv extricated without Pan lug MitHtnlned serious Injury The lows on till building nnd It 4Untcnt8 which were completely tic- strtlyed Is estimated nt 300000 THE NAVAL SERVICE Secritnry loim Will llrciimnipiu It liHrt nnpil In n HiMiort to Cou- uriKH ills AVeoU VnBhlifgton JHH Secretary frfijlg in rrstnuse to n resolnllon nf In mlry HilopKnl iby the mntt will mibjult n report thin week tshowing time urgent nrttetuiity af legislation an thorhing nn iniinim In the command forou of the service Uiihisu relief in granted by congress it Will be nweHiwry for time scent I Vi to close important ahnre station t100110111 olllwnt for ats duty Four unttlaf hiw will be plnecd In conunis lun by September and will require lAfi ommlsnloiuHl ofllfonO Tltcro are teas thou not iiflUvm nvnllnblc for hort duty of the younger ollleers ltsg Holm Monument Mutllnteil ttYOII Jan TOThc loino inonniiHMit whirl tvss refused n place In the pustule mrks or squares of this ell on account of its alleged ques Ucmnblo cliararterlHlics nnd iiiuillyI uoltl up in Mnrriunnln was badly mutil ntcd enrly Monday by some unknown whq with n minors pick broke oil life liwiiU of two mermaids A pouts ninn jwiw the vnndnl at work but uvnIi unable to reach till spot in time prevent mutilation of the monument or to apprehend Ithe guilty man i rnnIJ UiuslUltmnn Snlclioii New llrltain Ct Inn 30Jtmiw Jtibb nn KiiKlifthntanI aged 3S In n tit ol Insusnity lummIUIlll1ullleh Snndn morning by gushing his throat with n carving knife It IIs said lib Innnnlty was the outcome of constantI broods on the war in the Tniimvaal IRJJlmfI1 I slut J I ItlllanoI i a no funds vr ieaivit Cc a CCiAFCsrrh atrsr CiF t cuxrc f1RF u STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST = rR tiI to I r ifTHE LEGISLATURE Onr lntrniokerH Are nt Work at KrankfortIlllU Introduced and Ianed Frankfort Ky Jan 21SenateThee- nate passel the Puryear resolution me morializing congrena to amend the present aplyfotloiril Pbethe bonded period to amend Section 1330 of the Kentucky statutes to prohibit i l horno racing on public highways toIamend the charters of sixthclass towns- b requiring publication In n newspaper it of tho financial condition of the city and providing a manner of settlement with tho city marshal to amend the pharmacy law by Including eucalne cocalno and nil other alkaloids and salts of and compound of coca In the coctI medicines to ho sold only on ot n regular physlelan to provost oxtor I SIllborHouse Sir Willingham of thn contest committee of Walker rep against Kay demJ from Garraril reported with the expression of opinion that Mr Ray should retain his sent Tho report was unanl mously adopted Tho Van Meter domtI t egatnst Berry rp contest from ette reporledlhat his committee was not Ii- reify 10 rnport and further time was If n e It was mado n spectral order for Inr clock Friday morning The Jill darn against itrlnler rep contest fr iiLogan county was made n special oroleIl for tho tamo day nnj hour The Rant j I land dom vs Stroni rep contest Jefferson county and the Roberts vs Alken rnpj from city of tromII were mailer special orders for JI I IrHnkfort IrJan IIiSenatnllll ApProprlutllItlgI wnone son was killed nhlfe with tho eIItab11lIfhI den to regulate and define the power of corpomtions organized for religious I charitable educational or other lawful purposes from which no private gain is toi derived to amend section 31 chap I ter 47 of the liw relating to roads and supervisorsfromworked on the road to amend section 16II of the common sfchool law BO that jI governor and chlf luitlco shall I lIelectII the state board of education A Uon was adopted culling on the state au I blllfrlalnI Hoime On account of so armed men being In the city the iallerfes weroiII doorsftransactwasappropriation for a now capitotbulkling nnd one requesting the re peal of the Australian ballot IIYltem1rho committees reported a bills favorably nil of minor Importance excepting the one authorizing the ap pointment house commission and 1ngtorttbe erection of a now i i capitol building The bill slightly changed Frankfort by the Ky commltlHII tor Johnson a bill to prohibit women wear hug high hats in theaters furnished fun for A half hour and was passed by a vote ot 18 to 16 OtEiar bills passed all follows To authorize school boards of second claw cities to issue bonds not to exceed 160000 te build and pqulp schoolhouses provided the question of Issuing saidj bond has been approved by twothirds of the voters was passed unan inmusl authorizing the clerk of th school board in secondclass r ten to leae warrants tot money instead of the city proviIURt1RIIedJoorequiring railroads of less than 40 miles in length to run mo passenger train each adjournedIleuro con tealwl election aw of Van Metr Derry promtthe house should go Into a committee of the wholo listen to both sides when ma eilryayntliglvlnRnlo eacreports 0aminluMe for Iteprerencoutlon and the yeas nnd nays being called for the motion to table was lost by a vote of 19 to IT Two republicans and ono dem cent wero absent Speaker Trimble dem ocrat not voting After some further de loots the case went over and the house ad journed Frankfort Ky Jan 273enatoNot In session House wan Van MeterBerry election contest taken i i as soon as tho house convened liter lengthy arguments were made tor both the majority and minority resultIed by a vote of 51 to 42 on strict party lines MondayaranktortlKwero 1K11N11J AS follows To regulate tho dependentvchildren from tIOII appropriating MGO annually foV continuing in conjunc governmentacourtofappeals Prohibitingjudgestn normal or high schools from county examination boards The follow lug new bills were Act con canning free libraries in cities o the second class making It approprlotoIIftOQO a year whenever sum JOCOO lass been accumulated us a library fund and declarln that the city of Covlngton now has JKXOOO fdr said fund making 1 It lawful to construct bridges over navigable streams and rivers wholly within this state provtdMl the location and plans thereof have been approved by the fed eral authorities before construction Is commenced House The house did nothing but swear In Mr Van Meter tho tppresontative fromI Fayctto who won his contest against Mr Herry Saturday This GlllUrlster i oommlttpo was ready to report bue neither side was ready for a tight over th adoption of the report seating Ltrlsler tho republican on account of so many ab tontee und the house adjourned KriiiiUIln Grand Jury Report Frankfort Ky Inn 29flue Frank lin county frntul jury filed n report declaring that tho report of further nttempt nt bribery of legislators 1 Is without foundation It states also that n letter was addressed to Cow Taylor by thee grand jury asking whether he boil nay inform ntiutn rS rnrdhifr the visit of armed mon to Frankfurt nml that no reply was+ re ceived Will Supply Hnlletlroof ClothliiK Frankfort Ky Jim 10 Letters from n Chicago firm that imumfnc lures bulletproof cloth offering time cloth ut low rates were received at bsend quarters and created much merriment The incident shows how the situation In Kentucky Is viewed IIn other states Kills ramon1uyfieldlCy Jnn IIlhl exnmin Ing trial of Kills Graham ct rged begunyFriday Two hundred witnesses were summoned to testify In time ends rami ulohttg1 doors presumably because the feel Ing against him Is so bitter that un open trial might creatn excitement A ThlrteenVenrOltl Urlde Scott lIIc Ry Ian 271 Tram mel and Mss Hcrmle Kelley were mar ried hpro The groom Is 21 years oldI while the bride Isbut 13 J GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST All the Evidence In In and the Arpti + Wan Hc nn on Monday IHlent Afternoon l Frankfort Ky Tan 23It will be approximately three weeps before the gubernatorial contest boanl will be able to make their rev to the loglulutrue arid a ote can be taken by that holy Chairman Ilickmnn of the Ooebpl r Taylor contest bobs announced that had been determined to allow acii side four drays longer for tho presen fallen of evidence At least two lays will be taken up by arguments and Mr Hiukmnn said the board would re quire nt least one week in which to s over the evidence nnd prepare its report KxOov Uradley for the con testes asked more time and the dent ocrats gave him two days out of their four The churches of Frankfort united in n prayer service asking that all trouble from the political situation dongolIices were hold In theEpiccop11l church in the morning tin second in the lone and third at nightI Ky Jan 20loony wit 1not+ 5ea were examined before the gu d bernntorial contest boards The evi v dence related chiefly to the alleged of tissues ballots in domoaratlt counties and to the use of the militia i in Louisville Chairman Hlokman said ho believed nil testimony would be In by Wednesday January 31 and that the committees report will be ready for joint assembly not later thai February 15 Frankfort ICy Inn 27 Tissue ballots nnd intimidation continue the a burden of tho evidence offered by the contesteus before the board hear ing the RubornntorilloontoUI Louisville Ky Jan 27Judge Sterling U Tonoy said that he had forwarded to time commission certi fled copies of tho records of his court with a letter stilting that ho doubted the propriety of the judge of the cir cult court appearing1 to testify con corning the matters involved in this contest but that if the commission disagreed with Linn ns to the propels ties of the occasion tint he would promptly respond to their summonsll f Frankfort Ky Jan 98The guber natorial contest boards overruled the 1 motion of exCjov Bradley that thee contestees be allowed until Vodnesdnji night to conclude their testimony Messrs Yarberry nUll Heed republican members of the hoards voted to sus iron the mottnn nail made additional protest agaiiiHt the uctfoh of the ma jority Attorney Yost for time con tcstees protested also and gave no Nee that n written protest would be filed The boards agreed to add hull n day to the contesteos time which compels them to rest their ease Sat uaday night The contestants will Lave all of Monday for rebuttal nnd the argument will begin Tuesday Frankfort Ky laic 30All the evi deuce in the OoebelTnylor contest for the executive ofllce of the state I a In nnd arguments will be begun nt S 1 oclock Time arguments will bo made from 2 oclock to 0 oclock nnd from 730 to 030 for three days with time exception of Thursdays session whit will be tall on the morning of that day t COLSON OUT OF JAIL Ilcmovril to the Kings Daughters Iloitpltnl Where lie In Kept Un der n Special Guard Frankfort 1y Jan lOCol David G Colson has been removed front the t efull to tho Kings Daughters hpspflal on nn order from Judge CantrjH per milting him to be kept there under 1 special guard The order was based on ntlid11i its filet by Dr H E Hume of this city nnd Dr J G Furnish state senator Trent till lloone uount jf district who stated that Colsont con finement in jail seriously rctanta hU recovery from the wounds which Ali iiie i onset and Julian wore IdUt dfnN + IlEnekliiirnH Conusissloa field IInrI d1Ikehl i lllnckburn will receive any coiiI11NirSinn from Caw Taylor until tll1tito eat gubernatorial contort luau 1ittIIfl nnlly settled Oov Tnylor it iVstfltW on exceyent authority wilfcinHSiinvl i the position that if it is decjjledl hula I illegally governor of Iieutitnktvlithd legislators who elected Itlackburn tnoiIwho were declared elected at F lbjj sgiry t election at which he was nou ljjdii g for governor were also illelplJflli Rti 1 PlttoJlounh e rs JlLt e Frankfort KY Jnn 3 Tll NA rumors of more mounts n ors s lI W tiled to arrive here lu0kqfi trouble Talk of a rump I leglslftuVe II 10 IIhf r Is revived r II sul i Dead Iliidy on it llrnkellenpi InducuhlCy Jnn J 1trti l i vri ttfor1 1 unloading n car received from I dlM rich Tcnn let man body hanging1 to tt urukiibeaHf wu A tromp Is supposed to have been j killed while stealing n ride I ti i II I tllf1rlnoncrFrankfort Ky Jauhi Govflaw tVlorJ ed at Mt inil1l1clttcndatQrtiof uiauslaught hb- I l y nrsv Young tan son of exCongress 1 man John D Young r 1- y rT ti f 4f j r THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren = rHIOKMAH KY j FRIDAY m 1FEB 2 1000 1 RUS FOR GOLD T ousanuS rUI- M r Ala lk Ft sI More than 150110 procpeivora are at Tacnma Sent Ile and Sin Franc it d intending In gn IIn lilt Alaskan gold mine Ithe Urn op punt uuitl FuH 3000000 nriliII of upplleR hate already heel Ibought and thin shows the ptt1I11I I t confidence Ithe prospector have in the expected output Then ext pect the harvest tn yield fahulmiN millfCiiB Tilt capiial employed tn I tcork theee mines will be ImtneiiHe and in fact will he conducted al most exclusively by the great nap italists The individual miner If he be a poor man will fled nn chance except to hire tn one nf these great companies The nut pot of gold this season is expect ed by snuie to be so great aa tn take the gold and rllver IMMalln the United States out of politics that Is that gold will become HO abundant as to be penty fur the standard or redemption tnouhyni Populists to Nominate Bryan L The Populists have u plan to an actable their Convention enilier J than the Democratic National Convention and forestall their ao I tlon by nominating Bryan for the Presidency and some good Southern Populist for Vice Preridenl J and they argue that the Demo c 1 cratB and free silver R publicans I will be compelled to nominate I their ticket or split things lino smithereens J Our Boer Sympathies I There is no mistaking but tint I lympathlei of the people at least a great majority of the people of the United Slates are with the Boers HI agalnel the English in the South African war The tin merouB public meetings being held throughout the United States atteit this Our great cummer 1 4ctal and buHtness interests are great with England and this hold a fcreat element for Great Britain j B8 against the Boera us they would be against any other power or cause where trade and host I ness wee involved And then kino ship blood make many pvmpu tblze with the Bnglleh no matter what they do Hat then the 81i11EI larger element of the people linn fstly believe ID a Republican form J of Government and are Hgalntt monarchy in any shape matins and form and to this Ithey have been educated for cpiitnries II la this lore for Republican insiiia lions that cautes so many of oarII people to sympathize with the I Boers against their alt conquer- Ing foes The Boers are at borne In their own land defending Chet firesides and they Art doing 1 bravely and they thereby win th admiration and love of a brav peopleII THE condition of David G Ool son conllnnes to improve No 1 step tine yet been taken for eocnrtlog bKfIIc 1 ALMOST every aspiring priliti clan bus a remedy for trusts that generally Involves a long and costly coarse of legal procepdingH Putting trust articles on ithe free list is short sharp and decisive It doesnt fool away any time Ii accords with the principles of some of the best men of the Re publican party John Sherman said long ago that trusN should1 be deprived of every scrap of pro qinilogi monopoly protection Now that the administration hasdeclared for tree trade with Porto tfico ants Representative Layne of New York lire introduced a bill drawn under Mr Instructions b1lrKitlleld 11rKulleycollaril1 eopport it regardless of their records as protectionists This willI be a bitter pill for many Republi C mend but there la nothing hi nightl to indicate that any colishlernbl- nu ibpr of them will have the HandI I to vote against the hill AlreadyI they are beginning to ask if lluzi freolstrRduJ I I w L l 7 LaOCALNEWS St Valeuliuos Any oonios uoxt j LIP 8 day oclock 1BO nt Bunk- sFJUNDA hrgo store 100 adl nt the onrlur ofiliso I IThe Oily Council will meat iu rcg njar KUAsiou next Moadiy night Tlir tnoroh nf win uhJvr s ncre S alit w11M a ldertutlludyaW Ut 1r1 hlllll+ l3NS tlCl free al llu0aa A Wiuieru elfi jriniiii denounces Suurtuy funerate Mot piiplr nrv InI favor lit iiw poaiug tliiNii iuiirfiiutfly Tho ladtos of the Ktilsoopil 1 church will give uu otNter snryxr OIt flit 08u- iUK or ha nth loot Bvrrytqly iuvit Icd=lhllt Ohlcngo wownu trio s1tllukel her husband Derry twenty toffs hllu1t didut tcastanuytiutbou thaeuGsluto f he governed idea Secretary of thu Navy Lollff luuI presented to tho city of Nashville tho ono poavd llotohslw gun which fired the tint shot iu the Spauish wnr It was ou b turd tha KiiuOoit NashvilU 1L G1 you n watch boforo thoy aro au goon from tho Kerr I ntUtllie- stock hrrrico lit Bunks uext to the Big I From press roportH Furuiors In stituics luivo IMMTU organised iu muuy of tho best iiiul most pt gratutr couu ties iu tlio Stuto and they lire pruunuuo ed very holplul to the great ftiruiiug m crests I Old river taco soy tho urasont win tel it uznotly like that of 18m and 1181 when the Ohio Vallev WHS Dorsal with dollalltg nny deaths l riukoyour Ilidat Fury and UAOIOI to SHAW C SHAW Western Kentucky is in tho frontI dlstrlotIt I vOled to lM rry cultnro north of T uu essee Tho tract contains about 1700 ofBunlwullI I Dr D J Bazzell n Woltmor mnp netic hOlder sot Himself tip ns a care ull in Fultou recently lint tho State Boml of Health uotiflwl him that he wonld not be permitted to practice in Ken I tacky nud ho has Hone to Missouri Clmum DCUlOCrolti I A Georgia jndgo wnruwl his peo plo with regard to coming tow court iu toxicatcd and used tberie wools 1cwish to put everybody on notice that if they OUtO into this courtroom while I druuklbUJIhudI willl ehurobll i j ning of the tub lust Brerybodr lurit n- ed IIt Tho lighthouse tender stenmar Jo seph Henry hits boon ooudenmad by tho Naval Board of Survey The sum wartId eabstauueof the coturomnution is that tho steamer in pronounced uusMUTarthy to use tcchuicut laugnuge aud must bo replaced by another boat theKenlurkytux ot 1 ou all dogs to be pu1t lulu u fund to reimburse sheep owuws losing sh T dogshe I I sheriff and the surplus over and obese I 50 at the end of such velar is to go late tho school fund The law is similar to ne now in effect iu Indiana =Today is ground hog day It is said that it on that day tho WQOdchnok I his shadow he will returu to hisI l qnirters and remam six weeks which means that there will ire forty da I Ifailspnlotta Igo n at will without taking chances oa eu countering Kloudyko woolhorI I I Supply your vYant- At f Buchanans ClosingI Sale I Commissioner Wilson of tho Inter I iI nnl Revenue Bureau hug decided InII i composerdragstunder labels specifying the diseases tiMwithe tail malt liquor dealer if they sell it i good faith for medicinal use oulv thoMutuali R Fulton County BolioitiugBubwriboM ItbeHieConner but tho Courier has uothtn planotlUthe offers made by him pro thoroughly 21Weeotll2121cI See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost I Keutnokformer Y i about his Infighters I am vcryI j of my girls aud would like t tIn 1 n ot to thoir husbands Theresgood fjirl I shall give her 5000 when i is married Thou somas Hilt who trout seo U5 again and I shall glee her 10000 and tho man who takes Eliza who is 40 will have 15000 with her Tho young man reflected n moment or adaughter 1liTll11 0v To my friends and customers In retiring front drosrannkfuR I taii JtheJ enartcsirlyorreII i to accept n position with Moo ns But i d Dodd whore I will bo plousod to 0 all cnitoutorsRCRpccttully Many BERBNDHS a THK lUCK OF OUR TATKIOTISX1i Ii llllt HOIIIH I l ilHHH IIIIII linlrI- hudox OIlIlIreiHiiuinrHii feel ennJI in the UoUHe wiilioniofferlug uj a h ei z mid lilt reitoliing MIIHHI ii lull III liellHlf ofhlH uiuiHiliUeiuij If flit pension bIIIN now liefnrt Oniitfrefi iro punned IIIIN I enifyI yfriiinjf list 1f volKMMlU tll0 more Wi nntill NX nil even IK dill ihele Hie leHinien III neviiiil nf i he i IM bhlH That tire tint foundedI I 111 jiinilne- tieiiiiiir Onlloiu oT 1111 DIN his pre euied H bill tliieh pniolleiillt rexvHrdH de irioii situ pi men ie oerteiH IMI flit HMine foiillni vhji deHervhic veteruiiH Bv flit pro tt UfoiiN uf llilr hill deneriern lioiiu i11 jumper HHI eowiird will lIIP IMiiI IUOUUUU ii y can li the i 0rllmlIlAn If thubs were 11111 enough the Hon Mr Lentz voinei fif NrdI rtNhat lhili IHllintf T r 100010000OI n year fur ueiienil MTVIOI penniniiHI lo i hose who do not ne d mil 11111 Inive prolmhly never naked for It UipreHeiiUitive tI111 add lo the prepiMtriuin lint wlih u lull nut hnrI1 l7iiir the Goveriiinent to pay nv r Q011110Illlla jeiirtn leMtnmers In iIhe QiiHrterniHdlerrt Deparlmtiit diirint thu WHr111 men will Vtr non oomliHtiintn mid in but Ilile niorediinger iliHii if Idiet hud hem drivinjj trolly curs up BroHilwMy There In dunger III nil this There Iin dimmer Hint the liniieNt old veteran who now receive n HtiiMll peiifiiin from hia Country nary lie mlled upon in par inuih nf it hack Into the trrINnv In tax ea lor ihe payment of unjiiHt pro nloiih Ilo thuHe who do nut de errthem When will OonprpnH call n huh Ilendeiaon Qleuner i Xecd Prayer At FrHtikfori Ky on Tuesday preKchern of all dennniliiHtinns nulled in n llIyor prnyer fur lit N polilhttiiiiH QoddnesH known ther need it If there ever WH 14 ai 111cI 1 I Mo Demoorat 273 lo GO The decltdnn nf the lower lionucni tree by a vote nf U78 to CO RllhltrhI nf n Hurprine There Will HIMIIP rl fference ef opinion an In whelp er Hubert xhnnld be refused ad j inlnMion or be admiiied awl ex pelleil lint the bounce wan i mood in tlie declnlnn nhnnlil tint bed member of I greeN UII1I1I1I Libel Suit Not Likelr i Clinton DomocraCrJ- Mo III Ay ere Bdllor nf the Fat ton Dully IfH ler slid unnlnen flNpIAFlap I I I tii 11 v O W Rtley now nf Siorjni errsBIdenl of Clinton Oiillege heciunr the HII Ayeru did write and I ud lifh a HirniifjI liiHliinallnn that list IniI I 11SV Mr Rlev l10llh I his Hoilnn HCHlnnt Ayers He nmj I II- ado it for mlv rilwliic pnrponm mid to erotic eympmliy for him I nelf ni Snrgi1 lint we fret liar r 1 I upelisFULTON rRRIAGESIt r J D LRSBBller and Mrs UlrdI atlasaEra Irlnce As formerly announced tho marII MnBlrdlO7 RnJsoloistRceremony Quite a then IbebndoImmediately niter the marriage th- ouple e attended services nt the D Iptu hurch Ihe newts married couple tllEirhonseIherwillStood Death Off HnrioUToxllScape My brother was very low felt EiBE malarial fever and jaundice I porsuad Inorontinused use was wholly cured I lifeIalrtdlJtcstloui andboweldyspepsiarhealthOulyr wl11loUreeCClipsootwillisible8hltetThe kInufUrlytwoa 12thaStatesmi thqUnitetatestateslima may bo lOrnsonlllolK I 1Iood SMALL 1OX BIlIIKXIO Iroiu All Over the Country IBeports Show Fight Against It KeportH from manypnrlH nf Hie Jnilcd Stall show IhII tltclH I IIIV on aganiHl email pnx In nl HIIHI everv InnilHi ThnnJishnul I 11II I d1 1IN11 liek IUd UllMilH ill re nr repnred iiiiinrli UK raiier oi Kiiiwll pnx The dlNrnre IIw In H iixidiUd form null Hie morlality InI IiiinnlH IhiH winter there have brew lull Inns faiallllei The dliea + exUih In nearly r ery hNu in Hie Ohrk1 nil linn In MeinphU there are paid to be iiiaii snare naneH Ilimn Inue c1 to the health amhnrilleH UN Ilia la IIIN nejjfnt H leafI nf Ithe v nlI huts + r KH IOIH IIM qniratiMli Illl HgHliiH I wo cnuntleH In Okla Iniina An ndlntmpnlit dlHpaleh I IIJH sisal Hie dlen e prrtniI H in JOt niuiilet in Indiana CURE FOR SMALL lOX ream of Tnrlnr IH Enid to be n Simplet Cheap and Absolute hare Tilt following wad nem In the Ijiverpnnl Mercury lIt i IEilwarjlI meI reputation an II pulilin tuna If Hie wircl CHNP nf HiiiMllpnx ninnot lie rand I Iihree days Hlmpl hy tits oat nf eream IIrTrtr One saner of cream nf tartar I iliHHidxed IIINIIIIt nf water drank HII IniervaU when oold ll IdI N tier lulu never fill lug remedy It IIIIH rured IHiouMrindi never leaen a umrk never uxuneH lihmlneHrt and HvnldH ledlntiH llnterlnc The fnregnlnir remedy has been lenied on lhln tilde nf the water to- N limited extent only but with jibe saute favorable reanlln Olll CONCEHX rUK IIItlTISII SUC JESS Jo Ohamberkln ban en liU ciiinlri Into a IIHNIy flghl Till Uieri are hard til whip They are IINtrlnro from t way hit 11 More oer they know the ground Ithey ore dcfeiidiii WWII they are piv iiig Clots Uiibi Kltoheiier lint Irr anil all the reel nf this drenH mrade peiieraln nf Hie Urlllnli ar my plenty nf exult Nlllr111 HIICIII Hinfeil of exeridni They IIntN a MiHiklntt ofn jtiil ran e though their 1 reliance appear in lieQliiel 1 upon their modern arinament Hnd their first 111155 iiiarkmaiiHlilp And Hie worst nf It IIH Hmi tlillllll jlierlnln this lnvnled flit U S in trouble HioUh we havent a par jjtie nf enilineiitnl uonuern over ilie whole HfTrtlr We hatenl a wnrd in nay we unnl Ort a gust jei the BrliiHh mum win nr the budhlrrN InlereolH nf America ust put IheiiiMelveH in nhipr in weather another luinlu Tlitper fed mpailo iielwren Nra lLiirk lureAIn the war In South Africa fur iilmeH a perfmt demntiHiratlnn nf correotneoB nf the nluntton A Word to rarmert Director nf this OeiiDUH stet stem suggests In the njirimiliunil lets nf Hie cnuniry thail they tice Home of their spare time bet ween now and June next in thoroughly preparing themselves tn nnnwer properly and accurately Ithe quen liniiH relative to the aurenge gusto Illy Null value nf cropn the goon tity told value of all intro pro iloitlN animal Hud vegetable th cont of fertllizern and farm lobar lid all Item nf faun nperalliiiiH whichethe uetiHUH enumeraior art bj law MimpellHd In iiHceriuln This he HIIVW will result I IR full nnd accurate ReiisuHWdHhlnutnn ills ch Working 1lglit and VaT Tho busiest and mightiest little thing tint over was made is Dr Kings Now Lifn Pills Thwe PiUs chaugo weak pass into etrovgtb Utlesncsj Into energy brain fAq Into moutnl power They are wonderful in building up the health Only S6o per box Sold by all druggists A Circus Trntt A roil COB trnl IHI about tn bo or gaiiized Thodft IntereHled in the lirnioHed onmbliMlion are Sellx ros Jan A Rally WWII W W Oole The ladyI itbiUReln ihe Call set ant agreed npnn llava in where they Hluill make their win ter quartern the Bella people de filling tn winter at OnlumluiH 0 while Ihe other tneuiherH nf flit com hilln 11011 prefer Bridyepori OOIHI h Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed 0 lines each from farmers who are subscrib ers who have horses mules cows pro duel seed oj tor solo free of charge Fir hlslr A floe Hal mars Call on JAB LEDWIDOE SALEdfood Clover tiny 7 per ton at rickIGood milk Cow with young calf Black Lnugshan Chickens and eggs The finest healthiest aud tavern nf all Apply to M1 A MoDAKWli gowguL 111Ii J Druggists fa I rnUtluuTkns FO- Rclillili TIIMCs CUIHn rHp ANr IJIIlrlJHIIllnN PIg0IlI PTNS Carefully llompoinded Old I Urove 2 1UWar U Costly f m T e report tram London IIH IliHt Qpnii Iho of Pa this nuiit the Oluiticfllnr nf HIM Ex chequer will its lk fur an additional war credit nf jCJOOOOOOOln ronnd II inhere 100000000 When this t11I11 I ha + lieeii iHeil and It iieraln It will lie Iihe Uner wiir will Mitt CIIHI Qieiil Hniiilii 6ICOOOOOOO The lute irolllde with Spain liar 11111111 prnlMlillliy IMIHI Ihe United Stale 1 300000000 Miid the imnt yet In unnie M nut nadllj eKllmal lollI whli any decree nf accuracy IlniHyall1 lie fur the lient lint hiiguenin Home llinUQliIrt w lIhIIa ininneiiiM rl Ueoiinn I HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE Ohioan Uall writeIA SONtt la 164t IIICI vKy I COLDIW It WEBSTERI SULK All KM FOR I Union Ci y Tenn I 1HIXTON MILLETT CD- Distilled OWBNSUOHO KY J o IBreadI STAFF ON LiFEI tti D To oar GOOD FRESH BREAD j f TIIGt1t1t- 1Jew + olio Baker j t iJtriJ tTropical and Domeslic Fiuils Fine Chocolates i I and Candies Cigars and Tobacco 1 1 i FRESH and OBLBBV RECEIVED OYSTERS DAILY I r jI Fresh Oysters served in any style sad at all houi I Como Stfo Us I i 1 Now City Ea- koff zt c + i + Majestic Cooking Ranges The Best in the World I You rniiuol T1alu Is tI1Ck la Buying Oae of these RangesO- ne I of itll Strongest Points la MB ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I Rakes BlnnnllM In 4 MlnulPiiLlphl flns nil In 40 Mlnntr OnnklnaiP1 fall and ICxiiiuliM Thins YouMI Itiir no other StwI3w BRHVAD HICKMAN MARBLE W ORIS YAttIINIIJi 1850 TOM DILLON Sr Props M C IIIHlIor lo D C nmff dftJ Marble and Ganite Monuments O TJ XL D3 IIT Q STONE WORK nil Kind IRON FENCING fie p- ETiolrman Ky i W R WEBSTER pt o DEALER IN ItNil iWIM AND TKUFKEKll UIIIK1is BOLE AGENT FOR Pfahody Club Hourbon GlllelIt a noI Mountain 00 I leHOHeiiihllng I I ll 4 4 4 of On300LiiieellI u wwwu t SPECIAL OFFER =PRAft fullqunrlaSm 1nun PIlhltIJ to NIInud I RYBWHISKEYpAIDI1 11111111 HXH wit II un lUlU kR to In dhmie luiiiieiiii When tllllifoflri l I I rcfnnil tDtanNtI I i trnlvW t r- i r r i t 4 4 LLI tfVU1CrI her b I N 0 Sr St L R It- UCAYKAi AlMMVKHi- T all No U at 1io p m I I TraIn No M 715 a mIifTr11I Ne a ell 8iOJ i m I Trulu No 4 flOt p m I Local and PersonalI Take in your honeysuckle IndooM 18 tendrils tnllnIPut earmuffs ou Urn lllncs For winters como ugaiu A big lot of Unltnni nt Bucks Lou Nnylor of Ctivoo was In town i thin week Milton Kane of Moscow wns lu tlio city Monday Harry Mntonu of Htnto Lino was 4 in the city Tnr dII OityMonday 4 tjW Out prices on everything nt I lucks II Mr nUll Mm Jorro Miilouo liuvo bOODII visiting lu Ilioknian MM liotMlo Herring was down from t Union City this weak MIM Jrtslt Dutton Inn returned to her school nt Burdwoll Mr and MM T W Drowry visitedI in Union Uity hits wlJlJkII Service nt tho Ohrlntlnn Olinroh II Bnndny by Eli A 8 Dabuer MN Georgle Plaidl of Fulton IIIII the guest of Mrs W n Powell I J Mm L II Lookhnrl nnd llltlo Mii of Union City ore vUlling in townIMlle ott Rogers leaves next week rOrlln oX4nlil Hatt to relutivos I In Phllndclpls Pa Mr tiniio Ncwwm wife of Rev J T Newwiiiiof the MothodUt elmroU died in Fnltou list week Vn Will Ilohmou nf Greenfield Tenn wni the jrnwt nf Mm 8 K Di vidftou n few dny thin wlkIElder A N O over will preach nt Ml Hrrtnou next Huuday evoulng At 3 1 00 oclock Everybody invited Mr and Mm Will Qnrrignn of iiour Union City spent RU1ll1 inhie oilq Runts of Mr and Hn John Illngwood Fsrinrtr anil with yonr produce at JID SHAWS Dig Storo The ladles of the Episcopal church will give nn oyiter supper on the ore ping of the Oth mat Everybody Invit ed MIM Mary Oltoa and Mr Arthur Gray ot State Line were united in tho holy bond of matrimonyI + nnday by Spain Huff Union City ourior The Wlutpering Tea given by MM 8 K Davidson for the benefit of the U P Church WM n successful and de lightful occasion The i huroh netted fas A Western Kentucky PxchanKesnys that many girls who lire In their teens riRgto to IIOhooi with thcirektrt full or t cattle their baoks lu1l of bustlo h tr- W M lull of dirt and their hour a full et f Mr It 0 PoUgrovo And MUi Lul Graham were united in tuntrlniony nt the Onuo Circuit iMwonnge WwlaM dnr of llast week Rev O A Moore of flouting Congnttuldtiou anti a long happy and prosperous married life The Indies of Springfield Mo have format an null go Hip club The mom ten of the Clubrltd O thaimolvo tto speak no any womnu Ye husband nnd biahulon lay ye in a supply of loo to apply to your burning win Conntr Olerk Lnton returned from Frankfort Saturday whore ho hud been called III a wituru in the Governor e conies o uo Ho carried the stabs of the poll books of this county and waM examined only ILl to tho quality of pa per DfirAik A lady or gentleman hon they tot their watch they will suy KI Duok s nud it U n good cue I have tried it Tho many friend of bites Irene Kolaer who was reported quite liok with sutall pox InNrtuhvlllb wher nhe U attending school will bo plwwwl toI learn that she had only II light cane of variolnnd and is now nblo to nit up Unlou Oily UonimcrcinlCouriar Mr Frank Wilnon died Sunday evening lat nt the home of his son lu law James Prexvltt near Woodland Mills The deooflswl who wus 70 yeu rn of ago was n member of the Method u Ohurch and had many ledge tutor mont took place Mouthy uftiriioou in tho family burying ground See Buchanans Cost Prices on Shoes anti Hats Union Oily Courier Mr Jack Rog OK ofIlionniiin Ky iis visiting his brother Capt C J Rat tsus who In down with pneumonia Mrs W E Scales returned Saturday from u vies to lUekuulD tint D J faldwell and children returned today from Hick man where they hnvo loon visiting MM W II lull and Mrs Winule May Ouster loft JL at evening ou n visit to Hickuian TllM Mercer n 1jrapular young lady of liickmau visited ML XTiitlln nnllntv Saturday mill SllllllllV Mens and Boys Suits go ut Lost at such anans Misses Mnybcllo Goitldor Mari Brnvanl any and Irene Fans lioss nut ot I Blanche Oiso ama Eduu Wcaru won right royally entertained ou t no Steamer Ford Herald Monday the 21tli by Cnpt HusletU and Mr Percy Jones tho Leo Lines popular local agent Tho party loft fur LIIVUcI Landing ubout 4 p m returningaftertho very iiltrtlit 11 r the D of night happy iurovlovvlug tho court calM of Capt liasletu hu gullaut olll core and Mr Jones tho dance the elo gnat rofroihmouts lu fact ovorythiu that gone to maico life u ploasuro ou tii Loo Lluo steamer tt- tr J P Hughey Dead Sonrgont J P Hnghoy a citizen of tine county nnd nn ojcFcdoral soldier died on his place near Hick nan Tues day ot mioumonin Ho had been n cripple nUll invalid for ninny yearn was kcopor of the Government light on 11L Lrivor and nleo engaged somowhnt- ii fliliing nnd fumIng Ito was nil old Fed urn 1 soldier servos as a Sergeant throughout tho civil war nUll won n modal volotl by Congrcra tor gallantry On tho field in tho Virginia cnmpnigii Ho was n gonitl warm honrtcd old sot dier Honor to isle memory nUll onco 10 Ills tlhllOB Not Alnnjs Trac There in nlwilntoly nn onnso tn some of the doctors my for persons who keep thomiwlvqti in n irnrterately mmitary condition taking Iho small pox They expliun tho esnse of the nppoaninro of the dliWMtu among the nejjrotS by Hiiy INK I hut they err noted for their tilt hi ness mid itiiMultary mwifiunS It IK well known that when it strikes n place It iMnally begins with 10 negroes and they attribute thut to iinilMtnllnfM T lie nuiTlfil s vi Viili Two of Hlckmnuii tnoot prominent and vror Ili yo He iople the groom and bride special avenue of time Cour IBT will be wmrriMl one evening next wk stars of our churches We nro tint aHtltnrizwt to given names but in amt itne we extend eoupmtuliifionn with wlslirs for the rhoirwt blessings known to mortals on this mundane sphere Double Vedillng At 816 this nflernonn nt tho court hensRKII S Sinnt tinlKil in mar ri tpe Mr Tom Dies cud MI Blnnchu Parka A A Dick and Miss Minute Hig trills TIw ennintetiug jwrties were froth MiMMri ooutlug hero from HioK tmin by private ortivey ueo U O Ooiomerciul Oourier URBAN SHEuTON Dills of Injuries From a Fall Mr Urban Sholtou n well knowu far uter difd Kriilav night the 20th nit the result of injuries received tome 8 or 10 days previous from n fall MrBhol ton had recently built u now house on this Roach farm and was moving from hU previous Home and hind occasion to limb n tree to dislodge some tnrVcyn they wanted to move when ho fell breaking lita leg aboutIiho hID joint 110 llnpftrwl until Friday night lust infla ntittlcH having set in whoa doath came lie leaves n wife unit three children For BAHGAINS in Clothing tints Shoes tCc go to Ijuchillran- losing Stile Their ill a vast dlffrreneo between n high WHIM of duty and the cents of n high dutyRprseutellrs Barlou says there will be HO appropriation by Congress this SMMoii for the improvement of riy tn ami levees beoauso of the largo army upproprititlon bill The eollI wave WM mitered in thi week ou time and the lay wouthor ncs eonling to the report sent 0011Is to con thine three or four fines rOnOUst wits In line with that mado by Hicks who predicted n very severe cold wave trout the 27ih to the 80th Fulton Lender 80th nit Now rruolud PnllOlI to Jay or a shooting At fnir lit Martin liUt night A tune by the intiiie of 0 U Olbbs shot II Kil gore m time thigh lnfli tinK n dttUKor 1cue wound QibtH Matped MnrahitlI Walker of ibis city wits tulvphoued to look nut for GIbOeIt is thought ho oiiuie this way- Advertising promotes cordinl rein lions beta w u xeller mint buyer News xHT renders become ituerertted in an ndvnrtiHMUieiit which aupearx riKularly sad quickly feel n like interest In the ulvwttoer RpeakuiKof him as fatuilinr ly iw they do of iMnwuml frieuda Those rflalious are not only desirable but nee eiwury lu business for noon them whol tly dlieune the utwruhatitri succew Tho figures given out fnmi Wash iugtMi shoo lug the ucrtvijrc produotiou nud value of rropx for 1M 9 troika nn In ton stiiig study Wheat averaged 12U bushels per urN and the price vna 64 4 cents pur buslmls while com wont 253 to the itore and sold for 303 cents Wuoat it u lit be seen std u t show n lug average eiilnr in bushels tir price but corn sold well Miunranta was flu ahead in this produvttoti of wheat show cropNIIh000 uunliwU or 0 6 p r uotit lllitioU led in time production puma and otM but lo wa was a clrtr HOouud woncK All persons indebted to no by note or account west settle nt ouoe or sum t will bo put lu the hands of my actors uoylt1I Iylur for collection Il34t II U AMBKUO Timiis is no bettor medicine tor tin bablos tutu Uhmuburlulne Cough item udy IM ploasaut taste and prompt u ud effectual ourus make it n favorit with mutter nUll stimuli children n quickly cures their couglM and color provoutiug puonuiouiii or other serious consequeuces It also cures croup und hue been used iu tons of thousands or cruses without n fatluro so fur ns we have bcou ablo to learn It not only cures croup but whoti given mis soon liS tho crUipy cough ui poars will Prevent tho attack Iu cases of whooping cough1 it liqniflcs the tough uinous mauiug it easier to oxpootortto andI lewous the severity and frequency of time parox ystiis of coughing thus depriving that disoitso of alldatigOrous consequences For solo byCowKlll Cowgill Hick uud A M Shuw Satu Line Druggists I III 1 1NewSpring Goods WHITE GOODS DIMITIES INpIA l11NE- NI MNNEN LAWN ETC I rrnbioide1IGsf andLaces IILtHCS PqrqalesSinglinms 1 I t rust 1 1I lllalnshi1 i IIBaltzer Dodds I NA S SS S Oppose the t Imnge Tlif HiioriiPin Hint uoari nfnYerH ill lilt kmtan tllinilli MlP 0lIOHHl- to the hill ititniduifil liv StMinlor j YiilHOii to Himiee HIP links of lioldlnu HriMili fonri in 11 ii k this ii Ioiiniy Tin 1111 prmpndml to r dllit liy olio wrrkvntsh III e llllie now xlloltrd to Hirkiniin Kllllon linllHril aml CrUilp eniiUIN mid mM to tilt titer allotl to Graven county pivlujj HIHMP for Iouo lien Ix woke during Hie rlnr and Grave oouniy nlxieeu works OlilllOII DtillintTHt A Frightful Illnnder Will often cause n horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise BnokleiTft Arnlaa Salve will kIll time rata and promptly hoot it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Corns all Skin Eruptions Brat Pile onto on earth Only 25o a box Cure guaran teed Sold by all druggUts There is a saloonkeeper in Memphis who believes honesty is the best policy He didnt believe it until a khort time since however The aankeoper had a slot machine ou bis counter and not long since In paid a wandering mechanic to fix the machine so the player could not win Ho was not satisfied with tho big per eentagcs but wanted all Time mechanic for a joke or tom AraSI BO od the proprietor that he liul so fixnl it Thou jut before putting tho tot on tho machine ho fixed it so the house couldnt win Iud ho loft it that WMV The first man who drouped a ulokfl m tho IIIle won Ho dropped another Qno her and another nnd won wuh time The proprietors eyes wore bulging After about naif a dozen more wins by tho player the proprietor grubbed tho machine nnd yelled It dont go I It dont go That ma cline is broke In It did go however nUll ho paid the losses Ills dishonesty cost hint severil dollars Memphis Scimitar 1I THINK I would go orazy with pain wore it not for Cliumbrritius Run Sruplotonfiorudne with rhonmatiiim for several yours anti have tried rouietlies withuat iiutn I bor but Run B dui is tho best modiI oluH I have got hull of One applica ton relieves tho pain For taste by Cowgill Cuwgill Hiekmm and A M Shaw State Line Druggists I AitlUrpf i IiiiVf- II The Trio Bather Shop is the plnco to I 1hllIlI1I J i 4 MONEY TO LOAN I 4 i 14- j I I 4 Borrowers Wanted I 10000000 How is Your Glance to Se cure a Nome EASY PAYMENTS tThe HICKMAN BUILDING AND LtiAN ASSOCIATION hub been inI npcrutinti trim years and during tliis time littfl Io ned more than 4100000 to citizens of FultonfeH ejunty the chief part ofwhich lin been used in securing and building homes for its raerabern There are Kiveral hundred citizens of Hick man and throughout the county who lilt nnd have been shareowni era and each can bear witness tits n RUfccstlul mnnituement Itt pays u reasonable profit is a jure anti stile deposit fur your savings and it in a splendid inducement to rTnthe young to economize mind save up their money It affords bori rUWers the opportunity of paying by monthly installments enables theta to utilize rents in payiing for liomfx tind in about six ear nomplixlieH that result The hooks fur u new series off this AsHociutiiMi url now open and1I will hN hold open until the 3rdII PhyrMliiy in Ftbruarv Ifith for the subscription of New Stuck Nirw SlHk is issued in February lyearPorViiv cutII on the Sfpretary at the OUIUE- tulle Mick ma u iKy l vf f for 1 If Ages jIft ii fj I Is it 19 or 20 J j IIBargainsi ii- UuderwNnrI aod Heavy ft i HOOTS SHOES h r to clays Out J fEVEltYHODYf opinionswillWhy wo know a few people who bay Shoes nt the cheap stores I and think tbCl moneybecause f Good Shoes c ntt be Sold at Low Prices t j Lively Boy and Girls and shoddy Slices make a poor com 1 Iranyt All rips sewed and soles pegged FREE I 11 wr DASH SHOEnl rUREI I f RICE PJL i- I i t- Ilt f r 1 ti i OOGrQO t IIN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED To Mubftcriberti of The NviuiWveiily American diii 100 GETS 50000 CASH lTry It Tea May Oct It So One has a Better Chance that Tee OESS NUMBER of nr + Ins on s1 areregaiilird ur of Whit Indian Conii smalliI pint inchre circumference m IUrge mil 8 18 Iiiihen it small end 613 IBI nlddli 7110 The c + r ofcunt It placid In Its Amrrl Nailonit hank of NtbtUU Ten u uuliutkvd mid on sue cOIn po sNdrl know use numbrr of grins on It Till BrmLWrckly Anert + n the rreletI Semi 11rrktr Nays Family unil Frw Pperi ratI t guess retnluioK I Of ocrlpllon 10 the 8 mlVeky Aiuerlo n- IN 4ANSI 50OOO Scond correct or ne reii onrrrot file + rrceitrJ ca + h 15000 Third oorree or nenreti oiirrrct gees receltnl Fine cup Muggy 7600 Fourih correct or urarnu cargos gnea received high Rrnd ball bt+ ring drop top ar drawn Scwlnc lUehltie 6500 Fifh corrrci or Iretll corrrtt guys Junrn clialn ilrlve Mower 6500 Mxb convenor iirnrniicurrrci turn r critrd Ternnlii Fel niirr 6600 S tenib correct or DUrf i eorreei tune reoened Snemido Feed Mlll SCUD 1 Eidith eorrroi or oc + rri correct peeve receive Iud Holler MOO Ninth correct or ner t correct nuei e rrreltel Dine FIJI Hullrr 2600 nih correct or nere i corrci rue+ rrooUi soId corn Ihell r 1000 the fir i 1000 Sub + orlbrrN win urns in twelve montlit iubtQri tlon add r tOlI I outnioeiy llluiirtled ud Inieieiilug cbupI 3leeh 1000 OC TOTAL j 00800 IllterIeODttlIfperuseroI l thideri ri 1bee aceIt usa U IM laid many priso We sivr hN orm cudrdl llire of + Cor ihoir who i ht 0 rtifd swards Weillnn EUnr1 + r rurnvravll Teuu 60c ali Chti 0 redo fptra TsOa 400II BIG AGENT = OFFERt beIRTHE AMERICAN Nashville Tenn In S f11I ifI It AGO TO i 11 11M8l SHAWLSi o HICKMHN KY CO Elite V Brand of Clothing I 1t Unoxoo11o Unupao1 Unequale t + StylesYorkmanskipI Varietyt Perfect Fitting Garments Al rrerirrd I JOfj A ii tit N i za Gr x JN I i Ja VALUE 01 THE HAND MS Talmage Call It the Souls e Executive Officer f Iti Construction Illustrate Divine Wlidom nod IU Hlghl ttmntor- f went Make Mnuklnil net ter and Happier ICopyright 1900 by lx ul KlopichJ rhe discourse of Dr TalmageI is a lesson of gratitude for that which toe of us fully appreciate and shows the divine meaning in our physical structure text 1 Corinthians 1221 The eyo cannot soy unto the hand I have no need of tbee T gse words suggest that aome time two very important parts of the hu rnanbody got into controversy and the I eye became insolent and full of braggadocio and said I am an indcpcnd enlpart of the human system now t farVl can see taking in spring morning and midnight auroral Compared with njjsolf what an insignificant thing is tne human hand 1 look down upon It ffiere it hangs swinging at the side a clump of muscles and nerves and It cannot see an Inch either way It hasno luster compared with that which I 1 beam forth What senseless talk fcsponds the baud You the eye would have been put out long ago but for me Without the food I have earned you would have been sight f less and starved to death years ago Tit cannot do without me any better than I can do without you At this part of the disputation Paul of my teat breaks in and ends the controversy by Qcclarlng TJie eye cannot say unto the mind I have no need of thee fourteen hundred and thirtythree times as nearly as I can count by aid- otopcordance does the Bible speak ofWfb hu man hand We ure all fay miliar with the hand but the man has yet to be born who can fully under stand this wondrous Instrument Sir Charles Hell the Kngllsh surgeon came home from the battlefield of Water wtfexe he find been amputating HtnbraVd binding up gunshot fractures and wrote a book entitled The Hand yl f Mechanism and Vital Kn dowraenfs as ISriflencIng Design Rut it is so profound a book that only a scientist who is familiar with the technicalities of anatomy and physi ology oan understand ft So we are all going on opening and shutting this divinely constructed in strument the handIgnorant of much of the revelation it was intended to make of the wisdom and goodness of God You can see by their structure that shoulder and elbow and forearm arc getting rowdy for the culmination inijfe Band There is your wrist with Us ejght bones and their ligaments lu t w5ttro rsTliat offal with JIg bands of fibers and Its hinged joint and turning on two axes on the larger axis moving backward and forward and on tee sntnffer axis turning nearly round And there is the palm of your hand with Its five bones eaoh having a shaft and two terminations There are theI fingers of that hand with 14 bones eachfinger with its curiously wrought tendons five of the bones with endI ing roughened for the lodgment of the nails There is the thumb coming from opposite direction to meet the fingers so that in conjunction they may clasp and hold fast that which you desire to take There arc the long ns ves running from the armpit to the 461muagles so that all are under masI tery The whole anatomy of your hand as complex as intricate as symmetrical as useful as Jlod could make it What can It not d01 It can climb it can lift it can push it can repel Itiran menace it can clutch it can denJI it can affirm it can extend It canI i weave it can lathe it can smite it can hum We it can exalt it can soothe it can throw It can defy it can wave it can imprecate it can pray A skeleton of the hand traced on I blackboard or unrolled in diagram orIhung in medical museum is mightily illustrative of the divine wisdom nnd goodness but how much more pleas ing when In living action nil Its ntrvclIII o mllllcllj1 and bone and tendons n titMieK nnd phalanges display what nod Invented when lie invented the human hand Two specimen of it use carry ut our side from the time when In Infancy wo open them to tnleeI a toy till In the last hour of a long life w4 extend them In bitter farewell wilt time divine help I shall speak of + the band us the chief executive otll ear of the noiil whether lifted for dcIfence or extended for help or busied Injthe arts ur ofTiired In salutation or wjunf in despair or spread abroad in benediction God evidently intended all the lower orders of living beings should have weapons of defense and ihfnce the elephants tusk and the JioneV hoof and the cows born and ihjp lions tooth and the Insects sting Having given weapons of defense to tide lower orderatqf living beIngs of course He would tint leave mean the hjgbex order of living beings on earth dejeneleft and at the mercy of brutal or rullian attack The right yea the duty of self drfrnse Is so evident It jjerds no argumentation The hand is the divinely fashioned weapon of dejence Wf may seldom have to ue it for such purpose but the fart that tve are ro equipped Insures safety Time baud isI U weapon sooner IOJldld than any gun Minner drawn thalllIIY sword hn lingers bent into the palm I hjjbecoinPH a bolt of demolition Sol ft omon speaks of the hands nK the feeperf of the houMM or the defend flStlrly such a cattle nil the hue man budy nerds such protection as the band alone can oiler 4 Vhat a defene It Is against accl i nt1 Thfre hut been lliars In bit Gtir fperience viIrtnhi hive with Itie haul lIrtSllT Miiitcthhig that Kould bout ntl rulbcd our eye j resLrY rrrwawrrttry z AL sight or broken the skull or crippled us for a lifetime While tim eye has discovered the approaching peril the hand bas beaten it back or struck it down or disarmed It Every day thank God for your right band and if you want to hear its eulogy ask him who in swift revolution of machinery bas had it crushed or at Chapultcpco or South mountain or San Juan hill or Sedan lost it And in passing let me say that he who has the weapon of the hand un- Injured and in full use needs no other You cowards who walk wits sword cano or carry a pistol In your hip pocket had better lay aside your dead ly weapon At tho frontier or in bar barous lands or as an officer of the law about to make arrest tuck arming may be necessary but no citi zen moving in these civilized regions needs such rccnforccmcnt If you are afraid to go down these streets or along these country roads without dagger or firearms better ask your grandmother to go with you armed with scissors and knitting needle What cowards If not Intended murderers uselessly to carry weapon of death In our two hands God gave us all the weapons wo need to carry Again the hatftl is time chief executive officer of tho soul for affording Yelp Just see how that hand Is constructed How easily you can lower It to raise tho fallen How easily It Is extended to feel the Invalids pulse cr gently wipe away the tear of or phnnngc or contrlbuto alms or smooth the excited brow or beckon into safety 0 lira helping hands There are hundreds of thousands of them nnd the world wants at least 1600000000 of them Hands to bless others hands to rescue others hands to snc others What aro all thee schools and churches and asylums of more V Outstretched hand What arc tilll those hands distributing trace and carrying medicines and trying to cure blind eyes and deaf ears and broken bones and disordered Intol lect and wayward sons Helping hands Let each ono of us add two to that number If wo have two or If through casualty only one add that one If these hands which we have so long kept thrust into pockets through Indolence or folded in Indif ference or employed in writing wrong things or doing mean things or heavy ing up obstacles In the way of righteous progress might from this hour be consecrated to helping others out and up and on they wpjrtd be hands worth being raised on the resurrection morn and worth clapping in eternal gladness over a world redeemed The great artists of the ages Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci and Quentin Matsys and Rembrandt and Albert Durer and Titian Lave done their best picturing the face of Christ but none except Ary Scheffer seems to have put much stress upon the hand of Christ Indeed the mercy of that hand the gentfoness of that hand Is beyond all artistic portrayal Some of lIb airable He performed by word of mouth and without touching the subject be fore Him but most of them He performed through the hand Was the dead damsel to be raised to life He took her by the hand Was the blind man to have optic nerve restored He took him by tin hand Was the demon to be exorcised from a suffering man 7 He took him by the hand The people saw this and besought Him to put Ills hand on their afflicted ones Ills own hands free see how the Lord sympathized with the roan who had lost the use of his hand It was a pate of atrophy a wasting away until the arm and hand had been reduced In size beyond any medical or surgical restoration Moreover it was his right hued the more Important of the two for the left side in all its parts Is weak er than the right side and we involun tarily In any exigency put out the right hnnd because we know it is the best hand So that poor man had lost more than half of his physical arma ment It would Tot have been BO bad If lit had been time left land IltitJhrist looked at the shriveled up right hand dangling uselessly1 at the mans side and then cried out with n voice that had omnipotence In It Stretch forth thy right hand nnd the record IIINhe stretched It forth whole as the other The blood rushed through the shrunk en veins and the shortened muscles lengthened and the dead nerves thrilled nnd the lifeless fingers tingled with resumed circulation and the re stored man held up in the presence of the skeptical Pharisee one of Jehovahs masterpieces perfect hand No won der that story Is put three times in the Bible so that if u sailor were cast away on n barren Island or a soldiers New Testament got mutilated In battle and whole pages are destroyed tho shipwrecked or wounded man In hospital would probably have at least one pt thote three radiant Morten of what Christ tbought of the human hand A pastor in his sermon told how a little child appreciated the value of his hand when he was told that on the morrow It must be amputated In or der to save his life Hearing that he weiit to a quiet place and prayed that God would spare his hand The nur geon coming time next day to do his work found the hnnd to much better that amputation was poaponcd and the hand got well The pastor telling of this In a sermon concluded by hold ing up IIs hand and saying That 1 U the very hand that was parrel In an swer to Iprayer and 1 hold it up a monument of Divine mercy Again the hnnd Is the chief cxrru tjlve ollicerof the soul when + rung In agony Tears of roller mire Cbnictlmrs denied to trouble The eyelids at such times ure OK hot and parched alt burn lag as the prow At such time even time voice IIn suppressed anti there II no sob or outcry Then the wringing of Ithe band tells I he story Mtbreiosrof- a 11ypvastedtn stn sonlrtlnrsI roars thai 9expressipnVq tli dmrfrlnpliugrra- the mvinorj lnf years J 116t 1 llhnrpr- return ol opjiortuclUe jLc like ol J which will never again occur and conV science in Its wrath pouncing upon the soul and all the past a horror only to be surpassed by the approaching horror So a man wrings his hands over the casket of a dead wife whom ho hat cruelly treated So a man wrings his bands at the fate of sons and daughters whose prospects have been ruined by his inebriety and neglect and depravity So the sinner wrung his bands when after a life full of otTers of pardon andI peace and heaven he dies without hope When there are sorrows too poignant for lamentation on time lip and too hot for the tear glands to write In letters of crystal on the cheek the hand recites the tragedy with more emphasis than anything in Macbeth and Ring Lear Worse than the wringing of the hands was the punishment that Cran men gave his right hand when he put It in the fire of the stake and without flinching said Forasmuch as my band offended In writing contrary to my heart my hand shall therefore be the first punished It shall be the first burned This was the hand that wrote It Of course there is a wicked shnk ing of hands and Solomon refers to It when he says Though hand join IIL hand the wicked shall not be unpun ished Shake bands In conspiracy to damage individual or community orna tlon shake hands to defraud shake hands to stand by each other In wrong doing You help me stuff this ballot box and I will see that when I am In power you shall have promotion You help me in my Infamy and I will help you In your Infamy Oh that Is profanation of a holy rite that Is sac rilege against a Divine arrangement that is gripping your own destruction Pilate and Herod though antagonists before shook hands over Christs pro jected assassination put shake hands the way WHUstn Penn shook bands with the Indiana for their civilization Shake hands time way Missionary Cnrey shook baadt with tie Hindoo for whdte salvation he beoamtt a lifetime extle Shake bands the way Havelock shook htttMU with besieged women at Iutkvow whom be had come to save front was were Shake hands as David Ilrntaerd did wltk the American Indians whom be offered a glorious Heaven ikreugh the Gospel Slake bends ns Uaeolti shook bands with tbe agitated mother to whom he gavt bock the boy wise had fallen asleep trim overlatlgue as- a sentinel Shake bards as during the civil war Anna Ross shook bends with the wounded soldier IIn Cooper Stop hospital ritUMelphJe Shake tomb Van Meter tie cltycvccglkt 11iI UIII hands with the waif of the street Ing penitent Into tbe midnight raisI lion Shake bands as heaven shook hands with earth that sight when a doxelogy In the gallery of clouds woke i time Bethlehem shepherds lint it is not always In auth glad greeting that we gun outplay our rlglf hand All that so often we have JO employ the hand in farewell sales lion If yovr right hand retained some Impress of nil swim uses It wont be n volume of bereavements Ob the gootPbyi in which your right hand his participated Goodby at the steamboat wharf Goodby at the rail train window Goodby before the opening of the battle Goodby at the dying pillow We all needed grace for tuck handshaking though our hated was strong and their band was week and we will need grace for the coming rood bya and that grace we had better seek while amid the felicities of health sad homes unbroken Thank God there will be no goodby in heaven Again thMiami Is the chief executive of the soul when employed In benedic tine No gesture of the human Iud menus more than the outstretched gesture In many of our religious denom inations we err not permitted to pro nOli net an apostolic benediction until we have been regularly ordained as ministers of the gospel but there art kinds of benediction that you many all pronounce without especial pcnnliwOD from presbytery or conference or eon vention You have a right to VfodI abroad both right and left hand it bpI stowing a blessing of kindness and good will upon lilt you meet With both hands bless the children Take them in your arms and kiss their fair cheek Take with them n round of merriment In the room before yoI leave it and by prayer put them It tJIII arms of the Christ td go to whom ID olden time they struggled1 to get out otI the arms of their mothers cod bitIthe cradlesI nnd high chairs and nuner les all around the world Extend your hand In benediction forI the aged Take their innnscl asp nkI pothdonunfilial demeanor add so wrinkles toII jhelr brow no more stoop to IbtlrI shoulders They have their hand 00I the latch of the door through IhlehI they will soon go out of sight of ourI homes and churches May time inntitlen of Elijah fail upon the lHlljiibn iprfndI your hand for the benediction upon oil the men mind women In the ingot life many of them tired and buffet unLiI disheartened Never go out of a store nrfofflee prononneingAnd what better use can I nuke of my hands which are time chief execu live onirer of my soul than now 10 spread theta abroad In the apostolic prouunerdfori thousands of iMemblngeH at moms flans and obi pilot in Iwrvlllt hornet and on fast dnyn by nil ttime mloiiersof the iospel In the punt an it wit be ball mlnUtern f the Uoxpel haul time church militant rencheif up tu rlghl hand to take the right hand Of thIrlmrih triumphant n henciilction whlrh when it hnl Its hull nv will leave nothing for our world taspnt of f l mhrgrnermist6orI titAtuli t tI1l6I bewtub you sal r urerct 1Iir Y M1t4 I GOLD BRICK HANNA The Ohio Sore Thing Ibis Huni Up Afinlniit a Mint hint Gninr It loCI not violently wrench ones ontuptlon of the peculiarly Ihllndel hlan standards of moral probity to find that the good nnd groat Senator llannn has been rondo the victim of a confidence game A community that not merely stomachs but idolize Quay tmat has water steals municipal build lug steals and other big anti little steals too numerous to mention Is not likely to balk at a Httle matter like a bogus check The surprise If there la any comes from the unmistakable evidence thnt the usually astute senator from Ohio was caught napping For once the memories of Wannmakcrs princely contributions to the republican rain nicking fund were allowed to becloud his biisintM sagacity The groat nrestlillgltatcur was lulled to n sense of false security bnu ordinary bit of handwriting Surely we zany Imagine Henna as reasoning the allyof broth erly love at least inn be trusted If tho renter of republican sanctity and the domicile of holy John hlmsolf is not worthy of our faith then whom In this isle pf tears may we trust Hut this ta jttet where Mr Hitnnn like the agriculturist who buys a gold brick and carefully carries it home trusted once too often lie took the word of time smooth Quakers that their check wax genuine sad that tho funds wre loehlnd It The republloen cempftlyn LommlUec needed onsb 410XOW of It and the republican national conven tion wavy sold to the olengiuou gentlemen front Philadelphia for a piece of DANGER Marie Ilaana to the Man Wonder Kow Macbraer o and daat wabble Stay put er first thing know between I paper shout two by eight with wr late Werojrtyyblw eet it Thr letter now turns owl to be abent aa alien Icon In jirodueiBg the coin of the oeemtltu tlfltt for which the nrHtbHcan era rw palgn JenjruWiwi as w M M till uauel letle character an Ifgjrftlnn pepy us In other woide the SNO000 cheek which temporarily fwuiwt a lodging place IH MsjDieka rightband vest pocket while Senator Henna Instructs the auctioneer to label time republican I convention Sold now turns nut to be worthless or nearly so air Hannn Ila coinpellct to make an undignified tcramble far what be cut get from the thrifty PhHndelphlon liy way of com promise for hrs cheek He II said to have sealed the indebtedness to GO 000 but of this lIWM than onehalf or 30000 Is actually pledged Meanwhile Mr Ilanna has been forced tto take what ready cash the fonimitteo chose to give him and to return in cam paign hfmdcjHarlerk with the old old necessity of liberal totfrying still storing him IB the face Tim trouble Iis that It is too lute for reprisals Flilladolphia has the con vention nail any attempt nt changing the assignment would give rise x na Itional sinndal Of course the commit tee in collectively and kevirely India nnnt that the convention was not awarded to Chicago whose refusal to hid for it with a oasis bonus and whose ample guaranty to pay nil the ex lend at least the merit of honesty Dui regrets will not now help tens Let UH hope that Philadelphia will be generous enough not in require the members pf tile national republican cminlttco to pay their owntevncetra That would be charging our bucolic friends for the privilege of being swin Jcd Chicago Chronicle Mark Hannn and another Ohio gentleman over whom he exerts grew influence are fearful that tim people will take tbc sober second thought before next November and turn their hacks upon As eoon ut the craze of conquest shall die out nnd voters realize what It truly signifies woe unto any candidate who has be frayed the principles of Washington JoiTcron and Lincoln and set his face toward foreign aggrandizement col crlnlism and empire Signs of the revulsions are already becoming wide spread nnd they cannot multiply In fait If the republic to he saved1 from ific blighting oifrse of liaporhUstn Troi X V lress 1 f RIGHT TO THE POINT We I UKu united Irotot Against tk Adinlnlilrnllon Iullor of IniporlnlUm Congressman llalley of Texnv hadI good warrant for his protest to tho ef fect that while the minority of thr rules committee of tho house agreedI with the majority na to the pioprtet of the creation of n congressional committee on Insular affairs to have juris diction over nil mntiura excepting those affecting tho revenues nail the approbations pertaining to the islands which onme to the United1 Stnton through the treaty of 1800 with Spain nUll to Cuba It did dissent from the Idea that tho committee nhotild bCI created for the purpose of dealing with the Island It will be well for congress to remem ber that the United States I Is not yet definitely committed to thm permanent holding of tho Philippines or to ihe annexation of Cubit It Iin trueI that the administration policy aa nu tliorltntively outlined by Preeldent Mo Klnley declares that we en it not nlsnnilon the Philippines and hints at the dos slbio neccMlty for annexing Cube but not until a majority In oonfreee shall have voted to awauiln the preeldenta policy will It go into elTcct HKdlvlHtlny mid contrclllnif government action The debate and the vote on this vita1I question are still to come tending which previsionall settee alone may be taken with propriety The democratic minority In oewgroar stands opposed to the udtnlitlelnitloii policy of ImperinlhuH and I HIplain duty II to coHilmt that olley wltbea sneer leg loyalty to tile wand Anvrienn prio elides that forbid Its auewjMniwe by an IN OF FALLING BETWEEN TWO STOOLS I right where yea Are you ynall fill soI on penses rant imperialism permanently America goverwmeiit The Untie twiiat be fought cwt before the AnterfeaH pert p+ oltNIt net be takes for granted that It Js Hlroody settled b oau i the preeldent has urged lutperinJlMM IIM his message to aongre Powerful e U the ndmlnlatrntlan ialuence the time has not yet euttte fur portaanrnt deal Ing with the Philippines as an Ameri wm ontonlnl posnomlun Congressman UoHrys point there fore woe well taken mad ludlrntes tne line to be followed bjbe rlemeoratlc minority In nil legislation affecting the Philippine and tuba The radical de perture from American principle invalvedI by adoption et the pulley of Im pcrlnll m mart tenet rvonctdrd1 aa in effect until so declared bv n vote of ongresn The fcftite ki ins serious toffee settled by an incidental acceptance ef the duties and ruponalblUtI that will accompany Imperialism as nn accom plished tlWtSt lx uls IteptibKc POINTS AND OPINIONS Senator Ilanna will never rho to the level of u statesman but there ore depths of demagogy from whloh ho Loan save himself If ho deslrw rUtlua Observer If Senator Hour lora not won abate his patriotism the Hnnnn or tans will be nbligml to start a round of gentle hints that lie is falling mon tall Columbus 0 Post A Xetv Moxlonn line appeared n Washington with tho assurance that tint territory Is safely republlran and that rrmoe the lust objection to Its admission as n state ioohestcr Her aid Imagine Mark llannn voting t6- itSpel Clark of Montana from tho eli ute because the latter Is accused of bribery Nothing short of the llycll Mt spectoeloThe democratic national eon entJan might very Appropriately make Ita nominations on tho Fourth of July The democracy IU the only jurty In America today thnt stands for the principles of the declaration of IntIepctdcnecleoplo and Patrto percentuppricesand Wire company now makes n merit of YIpelalcllnleqaUlngleJllIm turlfffettI J MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Slotmaofilne gambling hnibcoh pro hibited in Now Orleans Denver oxpouded over 9000000 on now buildings for bUhlneaa and publi purposon In 1809 Slug left after the making of tecl hy the Jluetetner gasp iIr now being converted Into phosphate The Yellowstone perk wna vlalted last summa by about 11000 tourlati or 3000 moro than In any prcetdlng year Statistics show a reduction bycur law nnil uu iieos of 6i per cent of the oriiMta committed by children under 16 year of age A Michigan incite tails of the ex plMlan of a hotwater hag A doctor saws I ititve piton wondered that there hOe been to few aeeJdenti of this kind Poojile BOMoUmea fill them with wntur hot enough te scald a Iptf 1setake and tawny noeitfeHte would be averted A isew York mac eeonred n Vftrlfcl In one court ngnlMtI a ijuloklMMk PI- tHblishmont for the toes of a 110 over coat whleh dlaaepearedi while he was snatching a hasty trod hut In a su porter court tits judge heW that such an MtahllahiMont could to held no snore 1reeponallrie for the vearing npMrrL thaw for the digest iott of a patron The stand of colon wow by Col ji nor It KlUworths United Suit waw e dets IIn eompetltto In 1lnp In lilt sad the next rime en exten sive tour defended by them ngmlnat ell drill eoMBMNlee In the Untied states end Cnnnile has been lntnMee1 by the surviving Meniutfra of the eoenpea to the Chicago Historical society for pet petual kecplnir A runaway horse In New York with vrhlele attsrhed wae tlnypul by a wooden IndianI which with uplifted ana bolding a beach of wooden cigars wae doing doty ta heat of a atgretare The hone took to Ike aww1It and the tiae bvcaane entangled wMk the IIK discs aria The Image Miajr eetalord to the fwvMlaee ttie horse wuss bcoaalit tu n endden step- DIPLOMATIC DRUMMERS German fallomCln llatb ltseepliueal Bursar In quuttteterleaa- Ouutrle oa eoisceaehsl lenWMaVMM UV w aMf to roll man goods la HoiHk AJMT lea than tboa of any other oountrr beeaaaa they bat a larger Mock of pstkswe sd naxWmtaatl UM oJkato tr of UM peopl with wbeMB tltef deal When am IItagHek or an A edeo drummer strikes a tows kr priaitNind aJBoag the retail tfealer greet then aardUlr aee a few eomplimctita tan ulrw attar tfcir Cows IllM and mutual friend sad dtatmeaei otter aabjeota et aiosUar mutual beer oat for n few menneettm llfctn he Mk If LIMP wont nut grads IIB Ma Wash asri- lteem they paapjwew te beewwbula acne s staple fr wkUk Onaj la iw ncttw do wand tk 7 cagily ta UM acgathre He offer to Ww his aMafrfea aa4 IwritM then to will upon him at UM ba4 l or UM nub whore Iw make ken hood tjHurterm Then kr fuea to tM atshrM wlura UM eac ih rvpMtwi ami he soy take etwral limitedorders 1Vhea a UOTHMH drnaaiaer costs to town ke wanders lab a retail alas IlehmcMt In aa UtdlaVreet tenancy lob ever the goods Inquires where they got tkla nnd whet they paM for that stud If thorp nr no ewtonwrs eo avrva be offers Ihe taercaant n cigar and sits down for a aortal1 chat which twtwlljr owls1 with aa levitation to iiieJ or illaa at tt club where he nrrnngwk na AltraoUve spread sad pio vide a tplmiii Npply of good wake which Iis iviarned by nn Invitation toI iliac n t the OMrebante hotMw Not n wonl M saW nlrant baalnevM nl Hth r pines It U merely a friendly n peerfeet1 1 Rung enables the OvrMMH drumnHr to limbo the moat of Neb only awnmmenWant hut all tM taadramet wkoe bualuuM Ila profitable are culti sated la title way iliad they met the dlpkiHtatle drummer In the piwenc nf art other nt the elttlt rooms nn1 the rokldtfnioe of sob otCwr without tho allirhtMt restraint Sooner or Inter the oiirtiwJry of the m reliant lImlttlll biro to ask till drum iiicra biialHaae end la task Ho Ila netl lag n certain llnj of goods utfUen annroltablv of no jmrtleuHHr littrrwat to him This tlinulflle otarimtts In tend of satisfying It and bjr life nthvolitlnti without any nr fng utr even itAInl Q sample and giving large orders for gooda Meantime the ti warmer Main lana an outward tarftflVnrmr but stoappuru11utohisfamilyclfltomCJt1n1ll1town 1- ttbaweomhis henth nnd hnpplrjean and his early mllgnclhlonjo On the law l theSnmllonLandlady The what strengthyonI chrirnctcrlstloMranything else except the butter canhaveQmelapborlnaljnwboneIttemptertlonyo1veLifo 4 JVrcrmtllI IFirst Lawyer It sccnis to me you let that Inst witness down CDIInSecond Lawycr l hind ntttlllorI YJournat vi I 4 1T IfttL r iittI-j WESTERN CANADA Ono of tho Choice Spots on tho Con tinent Open for Settlement The following extract from an in tonwUng lottur to the Mnton City Iowa Ilrptiblletn written by Mr L A JhifJmm Into of that 1plow but now of Jtou Creek Alberta Cmmtla MI Miry dmariboft mOlt of th ate trttu of Wwtorn Osruito that wo take plrnwuro In protenttaff umu to thu nt toQUOI1 of our redert- iVTHZL oXUA Crop IrocticoU nml Ollnmlu About IlUmoiilon X V T intemtiBg tatter from Air B A BrSej- HWn lisi of MMM OllyJ Btltor Mao air ntpMHluri- IOM ruk Alberto N W T- Onallla Aug 7 1101 Dear Bin Wto are located In tIm ltav r Hills M mile from Pt Mkatciewn and CO ink from JUHMMtlon To the catt ot thtac U fcn IMVMBMI area of bot Win land which furnltho ahunrtsDO of hay for tho witters It is dotted with small lakes the largost of which U fulled Itorar Ukc 10 mUoe In lIlthtth- ilitfturitorc it for the cattle and l1r401 now fted1Hg thoro Thu Hoover Illllii arc covered with Mull gruun willow which ore Muily pottun rid of bofurc brooking up the land lluro and tlmrv poplar Mrch and tamarack trco abound Small ntoadowi are naniorous The IOU in thine lulls hi much richer than the bot tom land being a kind of black Zeal mould There III no tough iod to break and It U von productive Wheat oats and barley do finely and vcge tables are tho flne t that can be grown 1otutooi eaprolally are large andsolid easily producing from 200 to MO builieU lieI acre and beat of nlnc er a taty bug to wrestle with Vrtld fruit atrawberrlcf goocbcrrloi taikatoont or plttr berries raipbcr ilet and cranborrie ur found In tho bill Small tame fruit does finely tho rod and white currants In my garden are aa largo again ni common sized OHM We hue long days during tho mONths of June end July one OlIn ire to road maui evenings until 10 oclock In the twilight Some bights loss tkftM I hours of darkness and the Mrdsare singing at 2 oclock Then again it rains so easily You look to word the west ana see a little cloud coming up a gntle shower follows the sun shines forth again and In a little white you forget it has rained Cyclones am unknown here and the thunder and lightning II very light We tad two storms this summer act oamnankd with wind and haill hut rfaiKlriK lo lodge the grain The nv crcy best Is about 79 degrees Wo bad Uttco or four days In July at 90 Tiro nights are always cool Tile winter season is one of great activity All the fencing is gotten owl then and logs for the farm build 1gs Ily paying U cents you are granted a permit at the land ofllce to cut lops upon vacant lands The roads aro gcod and smooth for the snow never drifts not rUin around tho Imlldlngn anti this Is a great saving of time to the farmer nay Is hauled from the bottom lands all winter long aad a man oan work outside every day as far as the weather IIs con cerned There are cold snaps when It reaehea 40 and 48 below rem but the hick of wind prevents one realizing it UNIt the mountains lit miles wet of ut are a great protection Our neighbors are mostly Canadian Scotch Swede and we hove a nice sprinkling of people from the States The creeks nbouni1 in small fish We art now In the midst of hay making Aug 7th Wheat will not be cut until early September this being a little later season than common but the crop will be Immense I send you n sample of wheat and barley its height Is nlmoit oven with my shoul uert average 50 Inches Newcomer lacking hinder van hire their grain cut for 75 cents per acre Iralric chlflkcns are iero by the thousands Tho wntcr IIs good We have a Inc well 15 feet deep In the crocks the water IIK soft and of n yellowish colour Then again wo are surrounded with bachelors wt have no less than IS single men In this neighbourhood on matrimony bent When n feminine gentler of any ago between 14 and 40 visits IIIMO hills we pity her eo great IU tho demand for her company In conclusion if the remainder of cur loved onus were hero with us we should buttur enjoy llfo on ROM Creek nnd unloM tho uncxpcctf l develops consider this will be a pretty fair place to end our days MRS S A BRIGHAM Fi4V Smaller Titan lie Looked The dwarf of the nw home Iii John L Diirnott from AtatMtn An Alabamian the other IArelated this stilt which will ont illustrate how the diminutive member WI i spiwar to the i cnlcr when he make commonlrknomit n shrewd lawyer who has had much prac tice before the Alabama supreme cuurt Tho greatest embarraitmcnt of liii life Will ulrefodl when he made his debut before that dignified tribunal Ho was touted behind a high table stacked with law hooks and papers ani when ho arose tn his turn to address the court their honors were unable to even lee the top of hit head above the pile The learned counsel said the chief justice rapping vigoroutly with his gavel wi I kindly do the court the usual courtesy of rising when addressing it It it needle to add that Harriett felt manifoldly moro di minutive than ho looked Philadelphia Call Ineoniclon PlnizlnrUiii- Crlm onbcuk How history does repeat R itielf docMjt U- YcartWliath now Why in our town we had a piano cor cert tho other night and the artists name Wit Prof Gridley When the manager wu ready to start the show he thsutfd yoa may hann away when ready Qridleyl Yonkers Btatctinau EBEN NEWER Kbtn Brewer the tint United States postmaster In Cuba wts u hero and a start y C Hear tho story of Ebn Brewer Never a braver soul and truer In the plunge of the that and shell Never a sobler mercydoer When Santiago tell Not ngalnut the proud Caitlllan Went this citizencivilian With the dreams of A conqueror He was limply a man of the million Caught In the net of war To and fro from grim Daiquiri Over the treacherous traIt nad uTeary Hearing news tram the motherland Tolled ho gallant anti stanch and cheery Lending a lifting hand Holding the troplo heat a trifle Where the troopers strain and stifle In the rush of the forward track Out of the range or the deadly rifle Bore he the wounded back Then while the weary soldier slumbered He where the crowding cots were cum bered eIp followed liii high bet t And throuch thy days and nights he num- bei l Never an hour of rest II It itrane ttot the mortal reaver Swiftly swept hitithe fatal fever Out of his selfltrgetful part To the breast of the Great Receiver Hastened his hero heart Such as he with no thought of booty Draining the tlrrupup of duty Though the drejra be as bitter gall Halo their lives with a veil of beauty Jet us honor them alit Clinton Beollard In Youths Companion I S S S S S U S S I S S S S III MissThornes Will S S S S S S S S S I S S U S I S 1 5 ft U S NORTIIBnOOKE lied just LAWYERaway from GlenUiorne and KItzabeth Kverill stood still a moment on the broad terrace and there Mtb a sigh turned and entered the house Only that day her aunt Miss Matilda Thurne had been burled and Mr Northbrooke had come down from Lon don to rend the dead womans wilL It was simple enough and these who had known Miss Thorne intimately hardly wondered at its wording To my niece Elizabeth Everill provided she marry a man of title I will and bequeath all my worldly posses Jon And If I do not marry Miss Ever 111 had asked You retain your Inheritance the lawyer answered with a smile Miss Thorne drew up the will herself and It IIs deficient on that point Elizabeth mother Miss Thomes sister had run oft with Paul Everill the organist of the church before cho was 18 Her lather had forbidden her name to bo mentioned In his hearing and at hU death Glcnthorne had passed to Matilda unconditionally She had bald no communication with the married sister tilt abe read in a newspaper of the death of Paul Ever Ill and then she had paid one visit to the dismal London lodging where Mrs Overlll lay dying There bad never been much love between tho sisters but Miss Thorne wes willing to taico her sisters daughter under her care So when the organlsf vrife was laid beside him their only daughter had been brought to her mothers home Masters nnd governesses had been em ployed to perfect her education and her aunt had never wearied of instill ing a love of wealth anti power and n horror of poverty into the girls mind That her words had not fallen on bar ren ground she would have understood could she have known her nieces thoughts that evening She was thinking of n scene that had taken place there just the years before Some old paintings bad been sadly In rtctd of the attention that only a skillful hand could give and Miss rborue had heard llalph Crosby favorably spoken of and had naked him to do tho work Elizabeth had been much in the long portrait gallery while Ralph Crosby talked nnd paint ed and at length ho had forgotten lust he was only a struggling artist nnd she the niece of the wealthiest woman in the county and had spoken his love Mias Everill could stilt remember the haughty stare and mock- Ing smile of her aunt when slfti spoke of her love for Ralph Love Your mother loved Paul Everill I suppose and you know something of her life Hut ninko your own choice Marry this young man if you will but not one farthing of mine will beyoursAnd girl had lain awake till day brcnk thinking of the sordid sur roundings ninUi which her childhood had been pnswl nnd of the poverty for which she Imd such a horrtr till nt last she wvs resolved to answer No to her lovers pleading She winced even now aa she recalled thc grief that struggled with a contemptuous pity for her reasoning when she told him tIm next tiny that tho could not be a poor mans wife and remembered the few bitter word that full from his lips ns he turned away without seeming to see her out stretched hun In the Inst few days shu had thought once or twice In n vague way that If Glcnthorno should chance to be hern sho would find away of letting him know that sho loved him still that she had loAd him always And now and now she said to herself while the shadows grew deep er in the corners of the wide library an Insurmountable barrier divides Iis She clasped her hands tightly nd with eyell that were dimmed by tears gazed into tho glowing embers NOb Aunt Matilda your very kindness IIB hut cruelty I wonder where Ralph is now Oh I almost wish 1 were a poor girl todny And yet noIcouldnt bear that And the latter reflection was con itantly passing through tho girls mind ni time wore on It was very pleasant to be mlstrcsa of the great hOi and to lute moaey at command I Und r her rule Glrntborne farcame a very pleasant place indeed i und be fore the year was ended it was whispered that Lord Arthur Kcndnl was very much in love with her Elizabeth hoard Ralph Crosby name mentioned several times later when she went to London Ho was occupied upon a work that was to make a name for him some said Oth era hinted that ho was ill And Miss Evorlll wondered that her heart should beat BO quickly at the sound of lila name She had resolved to accept Lord Arthur Ho was richmuch richer than sheand quite at the top of the social ladder Ccrtnlnly sho did not love him he was hardly n man whom any woman could rcspccU Anyhow site did not respect him nnd yet she would marry him They were uncongenial spirits sho knew but what of that In such a mood she was going one night to a great ball given by one of tho most fashionable womon In Lon don Lord Arthur would bo there nnd probably she would any Yes hI his pleadings that night She rather thought she would as she stood before a mirror when her ranld had given the finishing touches to her toilet She had on a white dress nnd pearls wore on hur neck and amid her dusky hair she was radiantly beautiful Six years ngot she muttered Sir years and more since the day Ralph Crosby said She turned away Now and again a feeling came over her that she could not understand a feeling that her wealth and her beauty wore not to bring her happiness and she bad grown Impatient with herself for feel ing so Generally at such times she was even gayer than usual and when some hours later Lord Arthur sat by item side in a convenient recess in Lady JavcucUs conservatory he felt that he could almost die for her There was something in her beauty that night a sadness In the dark eyes behind their mirth that he could not understand Elizabeth he whispered say Yes1 and just then the sound of voices reached them And Crosby the artist you know ii blind BlindI Quite Tie consulted Reynolds yes terday his case Is hopeless Poor bcgggarl What will he do I dont know He hasnt a penny He has never steadied himself to work for years Somebody told me of a girl who jilted him or something Miss Everill rose Lord Arthur I hope you will never speak to me like this again I Lord Arthur bowed He knew that funjficr pleading would be useless Very early on the following morning Miss Everills carriage stopped at Ralph Crosbys chambers and Eliza beth was informed that ho was at home She gave no name but entered the room where ho was Ralph It was a voice that he had not heard for six long years but no recognized It at once and turned his sightless eyes toward her- gilzabethi he cried rapturously opening his arms and in an instant she was folded in them nut you must not Elizabeth he said later you must not sacrifice all formeIt no sacrifice she replied com posedly but I am dreadfully afraid that I had to ask you to marry me I wonder what Mr Northbrooke will say when he hears of tils and the laughedWhat fools women arch was what the old lawyer said on being apprised envelopefromwere In a large box before him II was addressed in Miss Thcrcca very masculine callgraphy to himtclf and written in one corner were the words To bo opened in the event of ay nieces marriage Inside was a will properly signed lawyersfacel was also an open letter addressed to Miss Everill If you have sold yourself my niece yoihavelove take your reward In either case Glcnthorne is yours Heaven bicts mel the lawyer ex claimed Heaven bless me Theres no understanding a woman Im heartily glad anyhow nnd now I must go and tell thc o two thnt they wont be beg gars after oUChlcngo Herald Lucid- A r famous verdict rendered many years ago by a coroners jury la n caso of mysterious doath ran thtE We the jury of 12 good men and true duly impaneled and responsible m our consciences do hereby return the following verdict on the demise of Mie deceased namely That sold corpse came to Its death through tho abrupt ceasing of lila heart to perform its natural office for no reason whatevrr dlsccrnnblo by mnn but solely1 an act of Providence It this was not altogether explicit at least the publl1 know that there had been no foul play but what meaning could jwssl bly bj attached to the verdict which n legal magazine assures us was rent dered much more recently by a Mis souri court We the jury Impan eled sworn and charged to inquire Into the Insangulnity of Iltzekith Jones do occur in the nflirrontive This leavcu the matter still shrouded in mystery Was Hezeklab dead an ensanguined corpse Was he living accused of homicide or merely of insanity Insangulnlty is a resonant and mysterious multisyllable that must leave tho everyday juryman tea very uncertain frame of mind Youths Companion HUiiourl Frogs LCK One town in Missouri furnishes 60s 000 pounds c frogs Itgn u year Artificial Slchf cItetrLclenablethil 1Iaptnti bringciuebive become derange I it Ho teltcr Stom dill Hitters it reruflflimnts M indigetiton dyipenia conctipa11 bilioutaeae and malaria fever and ague flue to Anxiety 3n CII soupmyU IeCiI10guLIiuEat i The nut Prescription for Chllla 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Ells Monkey Stories u Uncle Ells Elephant Stories II Uncle Ells Tiger Stories If Uncle Ells Bear Stories Sent to sum address Post Paid on receipt of 10 ctota In silver or Stamps Entirely New Up to Date Unique Fascinating The So O SW R B kariac ud poclal arraniramentc with the pabllbn tis vnahlcd to make this remarkable utter to Ita patron Tby ume Just the book for fitrerrbodr OotUn up to pIesold neil young aUk Address all order to o P MCCARTY General Paiiengor Auenl B It 0 W aa5 CloclnnatlOklo Mark Envelope tt Uncle iIIs Series A this II aa adverUalog test pIe usaCon this paperT1 MILlU1NSOFii s 11i IInndI I tolDr Zedttunfld mlii ontndTt belter Send for IIlforlnMlt nad M curoa frvo born In Wc tcru Canada Write the hithepbleti ousn free of cost FI JLJJJ1J1l1r 1m rnItraiionOtluwzIOaiiuda or teIaeUcjJ-qrutSprIDJU No 1 IOrrIllIllL iIc llluh1 U Q+ w RBADBnS OK THIS PAPKU DKSIUINU TO nov AN TlIINa AnVUIlTlSBI IN ITS COLUMNS BUOLLD INSIST WON 11AV1NU WHAT TUB ASK VOLt nBFUSlNQ Att 8UUSTITUTES OU IMITATIONS GUiltS WttLRt ALl Wf hAILS BIwt t1IiIIn A N KE 1798 WHEN AVJUTIXO TO ADVEKTISEKS- pleaio tate tIt you saw the AUvcrtUo neat In Ibis paper i i t i Building t y e Material 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUlfl BEN Doon and Windows Shingles o Lime and Cement sunders Hardware Paints Oils etcf ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED FEED STUFFS I Bay Oats Corn Bran etc etc i LPWSlIison o T GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST The Use of Soldier The End Not Yet In the matter of the pendliir GarienmtorUI aoiueat the prim fnoie CMIP BB theI lawyers say I with the RppntiliuiU anti tint thus Tar they not only had n united Repablloati pRrlY bucking Tnj lor but a large number nf nun ffVRtlve Democrata openly op posed the Qoebe contest on tin groouda that Taylor hail tieei elected on the fact of the return and bis oertiflcate of eleuiinnI awarded him by the State Board Bat there la no doubt lint that thi Repablieans greatly injured Ithen OMa pe by briugiiiK the 1000 ineiI araied with rifles to the Statl capitol and camping them on UK capitol groande True their prea ence did not change the tact aa luI whether Taylor received plural- Ity of votes for Governor hot the people know that the Content Board and the Legielatare whllati trjinjj the case of Goebel va Tav ler lea eoart jest aa much a courtI aader the Slate law as the Oir emit Ooart or any other State eoart fee the parpoae for which it is organized and as each it IHI entitled 10 all the authority re spent dignity and power aa any other eoart It Ie the same aa it twe citizens had a case in the Fol ton Uiroait Oour and one of the parties pending the trial should assemble a body of men armed with riles thereby saying to the judge and Jars unless you decide ay way there will be blood sited This was iipeoially a had break on the part of the Republicans be eaaie Goehela principal charge was that tbeRepabllcanh bad need the eoldiera on election day in LoQlaville The result ia that aome Republican papers and many can servatlve Demoorstio papers con demo thin use of soldiers How it will elect the verdict of the contest Court and Legi latore IH not let known but it IB not cHI cu latrd to make any parties Dem ocrat any more liberal towards Ilhi t Repablicana The chanting and wounding n Goehel Tuesday was the outgrowth I of tills earn lawleBB tnol spirit and what will be the end n it Nil no man can tell Up In this date BO far BB we have Btrn tits Democrats at Frankfi rt have resorted to no violence and it Is I l be hoped that they will stand bylaw t and order hat if the Democrats do commence shooting somebody will he hut I on hllliI sides The situation ia serious enWill Support Bryan Bon Bourke Cochran the grea New York Democratic leader am orator who supported MuKinli in 1800 because of the ftee eilv4I lease now annonnceii his reran etc the Democratic party without conditions He ease Ithat If Bo aa fond a Democratic House nliould be elected this year that It would be atterly impossible to pulse HIIJ free silver law for four years Aid for this reason that free sliver ran k not this year be an absorbing 01 even an haoortant Issue Anti for this reason he want Bryan to red egate that question for fonr years From a long association and ao qaainlanoe with Mr Bryan he de elates him to be one of the purestt and ablest of oar public men 4r =SOWS MILK- y Ia Taco ot Cows Milk to Produc strong MOB A Purls cable telegram to the New York Journal rays 1Thd reported diet+ nlery of the wrung of eternalI youth hits hltll thrown into tits shade by Mint nUy dos a Bret it peiidiint vvnmat who iinnouiiurs that sits IIIIH found a MethodI of IiniiiHferrliii Ithe pen pit of France Into n rgue of inut uular glnntM simply by brinuli p up children on saw milk liiHieai of cow milk All the babieH under her oliarji who have teen fed on sow milk have beuoniH hit and fill Edtnond Blanc the eon nf theI founder of Monte Uarln IIHM ink en the matter ut situ will hllirg before tot Onamner IIIl DepuMei a reHolullon IavorliiK the Ulilliin naming on sows milk Severn mediual nt eulrtlinlK indnrHe Itin uki a d nay tilt milk of Hie pit la light and rattening rich III nu irillve eleipents iind free from tin danger oriuberuuIiiHlH A Night of Terror Awful auxiety was foil for tho wide ow of the bravo Goueril Bnruham or Muchlas Mo when tho doctors nuiit sho would die from pneumonia boforo morn lug II writes Mrs S IL Lincoln who attended her that feirful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which hud more than once saved here olUplOQUterther use entirely cured her This mar vellous medicine is guaranteed to oars all Throat Ohcst and Lung DLsousw Only 60o and 100 Trial bottles free nt all drug stores Lynching fur 1S99 The Ohiiiiiio Tribune mite Issued MB annual bulletin of lynchlngti exprvtiding gratification Ithat burr lug some insUnceB nT cpevlal bar nosily there has been a ninrked decrease Ithe flttures 107 briny innnlt Inns than fur nny y ear slurs 1885 The annual iniiJtiinnin vas 235 in 1892 The 107 fur the jetr was dlairihuted HH follows Qeur gill1 28 MiiiHifiHipiii U4 LnniHiHiiH 13 ArkanHHH il 1lxlltl8 AlHlinnm 0 Florida 0 TeiniVnuee 4 Ittlurk 31 KanaiiH 3 Northsroliua 3 PeniiHylvKiiia S mh Carnlinit Virginia West Virginia and Okla cactiiThe causes are thus enumerated by the Tribune Of Ithese lynrh lugs 103 occurred In the South and 4 Hi the North Of the total number 84 were negroes unit 23 whiten The nlltgeuf mimes HIT which they were lynolud were HK follows Mnreler 44 o mnlielty In murder 11 ratio 11 iilleged rope 6 had reDUtatlon 5 arnnn C race prejudice robbery C unknown offense 4 aiding prisoners lo en cape 3 HUHpeoted arson 1 IIlftltlliImatory langnaee 1 rape der 1 no offetiBe alleged 1 mesa ji denllly 1 ingl WilY robbery 1 ur MOil and murder 1 I AB Editors Lire Saved Uj Chamber laln8 Cough ltemetl1I i During the early port of October 1800 I contracted a severe cold which set tIed on my lungs and was neglected nn til I feared that consumption had ap peered in an incipient state I was cou rituutly coaghiug and trying to expel something which I could not I bo came alarmed and after giving the lo cal doctor a trial hoe ht a bottle or OhaniberlamH Cough iiouiedy and the result was immediate improvement lid after I hud used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy stateB S EDWARDS Publisher of The Review WyanlI1 For sale by AIMoiuruiuv Guss ELKS a bnght and intelligent young man of Fulton county JTItS akcn ill with pneumonia at hls father K esidenco 4 miles south of Hicktnui n the lath of January and linucr util tits 22d whoa lint lu His infiu wisdom saw fit to call him from the trulks of men to his home on the bright innlit hills of eternal glory Bereaved father mother brothers sisters friends and relatives dont urievi or himI know it is haid to part will mf loved ones but the Lord knows bra He said Como nuto me all ye that In or and ure heavy laden and I will gay you rest Yon have one good coi11 tattoo he cannot come back to you bu you can go to him and some day strut imnds with him and all your loves ones that have gono before on that happy golden shore It was html for iiis parents to say farewell to u loving sonone who was so kind and obi dioui Brothers and sisters you too hud h ay farewell to him but not forever Uod giveth and God takoth away um He had use for him M B W Died in this city on tho evening of Jan 20 1UOO Chester Clyde Choat the four year old son of Mr and Mrs Jn linn Ohoat This dear child will be sadly missed not only by tho members uf ht9 own home circle but by all who knew him He was of n sunny disposi tion and had many friends for one so young Ho and his little brother Del bert whom ho tenderly loved were ill of pneumonia at tho same timo but God is evw merciful and wiiilo lie nv fit in his infinite wisaoui to ro move one of these sweet children to the fair garden of Heaven Ho spared tho other to the sorrowing parents May the memory of little Iriydo be as a star guiding mother and father brother Iud ulsters to the home abovo where part tOil is no more 1fI HeaventN r The Ucatu Penalty F niiddeu nl tv eta States TUG Sintes in which the death penally Is forbidden by law are Colorado Rlindo Island Maine Michigan and VisuoiiBln In Uhotle Inland II only alternative in tine lirlHonment fur lift In Kauniis IIIN Hignuture of hit Governor IH neeessiiry in mi exeuullon The deiilh penally In iniliuletl111J II the Sullen fur murder except the live Mbove on nee and in uildiHon In Louiuliiiiu for rtp assault with Intent to kill adminirtlerini poln on tirson und burijlan in Uch whit and North lurnllnti fur rnte HTHOII and burglary In AlabHiiiH fur raps iirHitn rnbnery ireaxon Ill listliSi relHtlniiH wllh r1II1 Ill under 10 years of sgt or nmrrird WIIIIIHII by luluely perHnnatiiif tier liulnind In Qenrgiu tar laps nni bein and niBiin In Mlnttoun bur pre jurt null rapt in Virttlnin NVe sti ViruinlH Snuth Uniiiliiin and IIlslaslupil fur nlpr and nrHiin in Florida KemuelfyTiXMH Tennec ee and AikmmiN lor Tape in lnnianH 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