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L IIf t m4 0 Sq t 1 THE HICKN a COURIER J tyII OLDEST NEWSPAPE J WESTERN KENTUOKYd 1 L 1 c lESTABLISHED 1859 HIOKMAN FULTONVBTY KY FEB 9 1900 VOL XXXV NO 11 j u i Cutting the Prices In order to cut down our stock We are taking inventory 1 + pnd want to figure up os few goods as possible f Note these reductionsf i t1000 Buys choice ofnn elegant Ilihcu of y4b y MENS SUITS ti r that were 81500 and 8125QT 8350 for Yens 8500 Suits 8575 Hens Suits that were 8T5i 4 r- 8pc Hens Fancy Shirts elegIinipatterns our 0 regular 8100 Shirtsey v to 4c Linens Collars f t 8c Liken Cuffs t Overcoats at EAyyiiEtl611rpNS i 1 Ladies TailorMade Suits Yatju Ii IJF PHHE i JT Jackets and Capes nl HEAVY ItEDU0T10 Stf L P W S ELLISONy or n TT E4LLs Ji J sfOJtifIW i iIrWill Close on Thursday Next at 2 OClock CALL ON SECRETARY 0 B L TILKB rut C A IIOICOMDK T ProU IT C JOHJtSO1 ie tr XIc1M1AtT BAETKf HIOKMAN KENTUOKY E aC L l n jLG Paid Up Capita I 50000001 IUJULUH I VNIIVInro UOFlTS luoeop t Solicits your busincBs We offer tho most Liberal Accommodation to our Customers Coiinistent with Established Bunking lrlncl- plcsDIREOTORS KT TYLER 0 A HOLOOMBE T NAYLOR W II BALTZER J W OOWGILL W L MoOUTOIIEN M B SHAW Mr Jorgenhausser Used to Worryx Bec tIc his ailvcrticscmcnts in the local papers didnt fibcm to attract attention didnt draw a crowd to his i store and help him to sell goods NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Because ho has found that hI can get fifty first rate ads chuck full of Kii goHtious the best that arc ape pouring in his line in ncwspupesa the country over for a dollar und that with their help it is mere play to ar range tide which fill the billl to Itu1 You can do the same All lines Send a dollar to V AD SUPPLY BUREAU 1 8 Devonshire St Room 24 BOSTON MASS DR S K DAVIDSON JentJstHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Offloe over Oowcill Oowgllls Drag Stoyo R W REMEEYt Sd AttorneyatLa mO- flloo upatalrn Holoombo Build Ing HIOKMAN KENtUCKY Will practice iu all Courts of tho State f J II t II I 1 1 j f ii 11i i I i 4 i FJ h f 1 i THE STEVE ST Livery and Feed Minb oppositoDepot Everyd i General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St lUvin purchased the Grocery Stock if J J 0 llonJuMat would be j Iud 10 have nold frlcoil lo GIll Fresh QtwU and Choice Dnrgtint A P OLIVER Blacksmilh and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY ME A TRIAL whew you woi GIVE bmllhlnlt done or repair fn specialsIUndortakors Goo d II Common Koxewood and Solid Dliik Walnnt Colfinn and Cases which can be fillil up in chart notice ami at raion able price Qlye nu r tall tU Shop near till Jail oath Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS cc Cnllulldsee our Stbck Every thing up to date MARY BEUENDES Co i Ia Ja 1 E S tlettJ I Suooeaior to Win Dleatelbrink I DEALER IN Fancy Groceries and Provisions KWKMAN KENTUCKY IiJ FREE DELIVERY fit IlesIdenaoi I aY nom I t MARRIAGE BELLS DODDS CLAy Married at St Pauls Episcopal Church ou Wfduewlay evening the 7th at 8 PJJI by Ron Archer Boogher Mr ClnyAttcuunnwMr andbllaThe ohurch was btantifnlly decorated mitretoe tofithco wo cling tho church lighted by candelabraajiiwitbjjilioly and sacral scene Tho bridal par awecttlIlUChIItUndnuta Mr A W Lindsay and Miss Alas Dodds taking their position on wherejUtsolemnly beautiful ceremony that unit wlfenntiicer etnour began tho congregation arose contracttneXhmeOwu reademlMrJrepeatingmbeI j kneltjjof the chancel as the nAnister invoked ofilGjdtUethr Holy Ghost Tbo ceremony ended the bridal party marched out of the thejThe bride wits attired jn an en traino gownhyokeMadmatching her suit wastastilyKlovC8IUld weredressedsuitsIthappyyoungI goodwillen of congratulations are theirs They benutiful1PmocUbipublished KEISERMAYES On Thanday nlgbitljii i 5thit 7 f sy ii1 4 Jo 1ftM I li- SAS W otmrifmonyThe groom is ono of Kentuckys most worthy ind popular young men and enjoys the honor of his profession as an able and successful physician favorites ladyMisswas Maid of Honor Tho attendants were Mr D W juarlw of Mississippi LucyBoudurautMary Hugan of New Orleans Tho wedding march was rendered under tho skilled flugera of Miss Ora Mayes The manyhcudromeMr and Mrs Horn sliver tea set lampJohnspoonsMrsMm R Kolrior sot knives and forks lampMrsMiss Q White napkins and towels Miss May Wiley dresser scarf Miss May McClure towels Miss Lulu Warn bon bou dishes spoonEdMM Jno Boudunmt sot of dishes platesJohnspoonsEdMr and Mrs E C Maycs water set jMissMrs Vat Boudnraut btt rooui sot Mrs L K Harxlin half doz rugs Miss Irene Shaw pillow shams MissI Mar Lattu fruit dish Mr nUll urn H W blocs two medallions Mrs L B Bouduraut oops and saucers V MI MoLeod silver curving sot D W juurlcs willow rocker T W Atteberry bou lion dishes A J Applogtitu plush chair 1V A Lutwi suver sugar bowl iMilt c picturesMUwl Miss Ella Uouduruut elegant vases thus Lampbel silver knives and forks Jalcb Avery drw sur sot Mrs Avery silver lump stand Mr and Mrs John Marcs piano lamp Leo Tyler 110 bill Elgin Hardiu silver butter knife groomhl1udsomonessee whore tho happy couple will make their future homo R e c MoslerUIII J Obiou Democrat Mr J L Master and Miss Lillie Hill iwcro married Wednesday at tho Methodist pureonago by Her J H Roberts after prayer meeting Trey were very successful iu making tho wedding a quiet one as they intended and surprised their many friends Mr Mosier Is n successful young lawyer well known In Obiou and Lake counties and southern Missouri whero ho has done a great doalof practice and inudo ninny warm friouda Miss Hill is n young woman who has n score of devoted friends in this city ft lovablo womanly character and is n devoted Christian worker m tho Methodist church 1 1 r v 7 I BECKHAMIS OUR VERN R i as i i Law and Order TriumphsIi fo TAYLOR GOES OUT ANIi1 FACE REIGNS r Thank God the Gnbprnatorlul I struggle which threatened suet ruin to every interest in Ken tacky IB settled Lending Re publicans and leading Democrat met in Ijouiaville where tbey mad oi anti signed un Agreement for nn adjustment or1 the troubles Thisi agreement Is let Beuklmra Is to be acknowlI edged us the legal Governor 2nd The militia assembled at Frankfort ia to be dismissed and1 sent home 3rd Tbo Legislature to be per muted to riaefauible in the State Honeo In Frankfort and when as sembled to puss resolutions rat Ifying the Icjolnrations affirming the Contest Boards decision ap to Governor and Lt Governor This is to be done at the request- or the Republicans to satisfy them na to the Ilegality of tho previous declaration J 4tb The Democratic adminis tration of Governor iieckna n to guarantee to exGovernor Taylor and his Assistants Immunity fromI arrest or conviction fOr disband tug the Legislature the use of tho salllllalor disobedience to the or tilts Ithi tto Cairtal ti trMe tI J1 Ire eb fments to the State election laws but the nature of such amend ments Is not published The leaders signing this agree ment were Republicano John Marshall Judge J W Barr Gen Dan Lind sey T L Edelen Dr T n Baker D W Fairleigh 0 T BallaTd Democrats J 0 S Blackburn J 0 W Beokham Sam J Shack elford Urey Woodson J B Mc Oreary Phil Thompson The good people of the State in fact of the whole United States are bound to rejoice over the set tlement The body of the people of Kentucky Democrats nor Re publicans wanted no bloodshed lawlessness or violence It way tile rancor and bitterness of poli ticians that precipitated the con ditions and these politicians were aided Inflamed and maddened by some partisan papers utterly unscrupulous as to what they pub Usbthe meatiest and bitterest charges that tho human mind can invent is what they want bo pub lish against the opposing sideI Suoh ranpor and bitterness hnsI come nearpreoipltating Kentucky I into a terrible civil war j The conduct of exGovernor Taylor from the day of Goebels J useiijsluiuiou was utterly Indofen Bible ho noted more like a luna tic than a sane man more like n frenzied fool than an Executive sworn to execute and obey the laws Ho disbanded the Legisla tore prohibited them from enter- Ing the State House end actual ly hind the soldiers to chose the Legislature from one public build c fag to another and forcibly pre vented their assembling ho refus 1 ed to respect or obey the orders of nn established State Court und imprisoned tlio courts bailiff Because of such Rote as these tho leading Republican papers and statesmen from the President down or a large majority of them could not endorse or sustain him Taylors notion made it a clear case of military government on his side force defiance of the law and courts of ills own State a- sIl I nralnel civil government J ate mf and Order us observed by thedeiDt I ocrats It is wonderful that nn j der all tho trying conditions that ti fnotf I their part that Taylor was seek fing to provoke each violence cussed IDem to restrain Taylor was thoroughly dY JableJJ quartering them In the State J t bnildinusd He deolaredelectd tJedaugurated and be was Geveraor of the State aa legally atf any Goy ernor who everocospled tits chair and no one controverted this Bat his opponent Mr Goebel ender the law had the right to appeal i soil ho did contest before the court tho only court authorized I by tho law to hear bis case It was precisely AS when a ease ia appealed from a circuit coart to the Court of Appeals Men CJlUt not refuse to obey the decision of the court because ti judge or jury may oppose tile ia party politics If they do ebao sad laaaceba rtaiI s4tre Jltdieittl r 01 Bro Democrats and eyeryr these judges try men who differ with them in politics This situ ation confronted Taylor bat it was no justification for lawlessness and violation of law on his part Presumably exGov Taylor had the advice In the course be par sued by the Republican members of the Legislature had other party leaders and when bo declared that an insurrection existed if the Democrats had rushed into shooting and killing somebody why the insurrection cry would here held good Federal soldiers would have been sent Into the State o but for a wonder and for the good and peace of the peo pie and bo Commonwealth the Democrats didnt resort to rio hence or any violation of law but kept track all the time with law and order Gov Taylor had not signed the agreement up to yesterday but it was eemt authoritatively announc ed that he would If he does the Legislature will assemble in the Capitol next Monday tho troops dismissed and Beckham bo In l angurated Governor If Taylor does not sign the agreement en tered into by his own leaders the responsibility of refusing tho peace agreement will bo upon his own head For Polite Correspondence The latest novelties in tine Box Pa per Tablets o Broken packages of paper und envelopes extra line stock at cost and less WILSONS BOOK STORE A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bncklous Arnica Salve will kill the rain and promptly heal it Cures Fever bores Ulcers Boils Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pilo cure on guaranteed i BenncttUoluourn Wedding A quiet homo wedding occurred ut onNormantho contracting parties being Dr Ere WhnyneCObournoluciatingThe t people as the event was announced in Thehomofow present consisting only of tho im mediate family pronounced tho mar picturo J kp tIi L II tile 1 1 c t Irt t The lliclr lan Courier QEOnOK WAIUIE Publisher H1CKMAN I i KENTUCKY i w CURRENT TOPICS Java furnishes twothirds of the quinine used It costs for food about 10 n week t keep an elephant Prussia has begun appointing female factory inspectors Granny lias twentythree boats of over 17000 tons capacity There are C003 pieces in the modern highgrade locomotive The height of the atmosphere is supposed to bo about GO mnts The average amount of sickness In human life is ten dnys per annum In China the members of n mans family are held responsible for his debtsThere are as many shades of face powder as there are shades of color almost The agricultural implement trade in Russia is practically controlled by AmericaOur pencils tae most common of all writing implements Li over 200 years old The percentage of recoveries in the Milwaukee hospital for the insane last i year was 33- Miniatures1 of their pet dogs is the very latest affectation among New York women Illinois monument dealers wnnt a Jaw enabling thorn to seize toinb ton a for bad debts It has been discovered that the bark of the acacia tree which will grow In almost any soil in tin excel lent tanning material Omaha Nob has u labor temple in I which 35 local unions hold their regular meetings It has six halls which are under constant rental Chinas new railroad from Canton to Hankow which with its brar chits I will be 1000 miles long is to be built entirely by American capital America sells ngnrly three timejirI ttrmclr as she buys Gcrrtany btii1lYJt1fr I IJ3QOQQ000 worth more every year than she sells while Great Britain last year bought twice as much us she sold William Jackson who died in northern Montana the other day wan one of the most noted Indian scouts III the army Tic served under rules Cook nnd Gibson ou must important campaignsThe of Algeria gave 40 GOO toward fighting the grasshoppers Inone section 3200 camels were mi ployed to carry the material for burn Ing over the places where eggs had been deposited I The American and British govern ments are bidding against ouch other in the bean market Beans lire prominent in the diet of soldiers and sailors and an abundant supply of them is considered essential Candy has been added to the regular ration of tho American soldier One New York firm Ing shipped more than 30 tons of confectionery during the last year for the troops in the Philippines Cuba and Porto Rico Horses are suffering everywhere this year Pink eye Is prevalent in Ireland horse sickness in South Africa and America Some disease in killing off horses in the northwest at an alarming rate A veterinary surgeon says the disease is rare and is caused by eating oats which have beep damaged by rust The solidified alcohol which a Berlin firm has been sending out in a tin vessel intended to serve as a pocket lamp and stbc li reported to conKst essentially of f2 per cent of alcohol 20 of soap nnd IS of water A similar product Is readily made by dissolving scraped tallow soap in warm alcohol A large percentage of the present day Indiarubber dulls and other chil drens rubber toys are manufactured from discarded bleyelo and vehicle tires Germany is the home of this class of toymaking Industry and large quantities of old rubber are eon sequently shipped there A French naturalist usuevts that if the world should become birdlcss man would not inhabit nine years in spite of all the sprays and poisons that could be manufactured for the de iistructiont of Insects Thu Insects and ilslugs would simply cat up our ori andchards crops Twelve pounds only is the weight i of the new automatic machine gun IIunderexperiment in the United StatesI It fires 450 shots a minute and I Iurmy carried by one man I President Loubet of France says that when his term of office ends hv will not seek reelection but will re tire to his old home farm and there end his days in peaceful retirement I I PacificI i ofiI valuable land just north of the pres v rift university grounds and umbrae 11la about 20 acres g S- ii ii1r E Ev GEN BULLER SILENT British War Office Has No Advices of His Advance llftecn Transport Will Ho Ills patched to South Africa AVItliln a- AVocU Mllnur Tli lit kn the War lly So Menus Over London Fob 0 =This city Monday was permitted to recolve n few words of news from South Africa They stated that Gen fuller was advancing to the repel of tadysmlth that the garrison in the belmgural town could hoar his hums and that they wore in good spirits rendy to repel an as sault or cooperate with the rescu ing force While anxiety is again becoming intense the feeling is now more hopeful than on the eve of Osn llullcry previous engagements The British force on the Tujpsla hiss been reinforced with men awl gun but Gen Joubert and his 19000 men cnn call in uo now regiments for the Hoers have need of all their men to defend tho borders of the Free State It was just olio week ago Monday that lien Duller announced tlmt ho would bo in Ladysmtth in n week ne his not kept lira word No news at all has boon received front thu armies operating in Cape Colony and there IK mush specula tion In London aa to the plans of Lord Roberts and the mysterious move moats of Lord Kitchener London Feb 0 Military opinion in London continue to assume from very slender material that Gen Dul ler is again throwing his army ugntnst the Hour works A retired general Sir William Henry keen whose dis tinguished career gives weight to his opinion thinks that Gun Duller with 15000 men Is making n wide detour to tine west and north in order to avoid the roughest part of thee ountryate Gen Bullur must have some thousands of wagons Sir William Green points out that the advance would neces sadly be Ko9 No authentic word is at hand save that the wur office reaffirmed orally to newspaper inquirers that it oouhl not confirm the reported ndvunau There the Natal situation rosin It is from the western field that more definite statements como Large Operations are apparently about to begin Gen French who has now returned to Uen burg from his confer ence with Lord Roberts has sent what is described as overwhelming fOrce of infantry to seize Norvnls Point This is where the railroad before it wus destroyed crossed the Orange river and connected with the Free State trunk line to Tiloemfontuin Not vals Point is 10 miles north of 1 antI nttles tn itsrgfrhodanger of being surrounded by tho largely reinforced and extending lines of the British An occupation of Nor vals Point In force would presumably render Colesberg untenable The Boers are showing greet activ ity in the Nanuwpoort and Colenberg districts Many of the guns hitherto facing Lord Methuon are believed to have gone to Norvnla Point Tho British therefore may find formida ble bodies of Boers there The war office announces that 15 transports will be dispatched between now and Monday with 13000 troops Including the 4th cavalry brigade mi litia battalions and 13000 yeomanry with 268 horses anti 0 guns Those 13000 arc not Included in the 180000 due to be in South Africa on Febru ary 15 Sir Alfred Mllner In n letter written three weeks ago to the former lord mayor of Belfast said the war would last three or four mouths longer Sir Alfred Mllner has lIIenlmost hopeful and encouragalng reports to the government regarding the pros pects of the campaign and it Is under stood his views nre shared by Lord Roberts The censorship seems to have com pletely shut down the correspondents at Spearmans Camp No dispatch from that point appears in this morn ings papers and nothing has been allowed to issue since Sunday evening A dispatch to thcTimcs from Queens town Cape Colony dated Monday says Gen Brabant while address ing one of the regiments of the Colonial division on parade said they were leaving the next day for the front not to return he hoped until the task entrusted to him by Lord Roberts had been successfully accom plished Ho could not disclose tho plan of operations but if his Intentions wore carried out the greatest glutton of fighting among them would have his 11- 11Lourcnzo Marques Delagoa Bay Feb C Webster Davitf United States iiBslrtunt secretary of tho interior accompanied by a party of friends is at the head laager of tho Boors at Ladysmlth and Is closely inspecting the camps and positions around the besieged town The German consul at Pretoria Herr Bierman Is accom panying Mr Davis on his trip to tho Doer head laager Neck Po nlbl llrokcii Fostorla 0 Feb 5Joul Shuck a farmer was thrown from his carriage It is feared his neck is broken His wife who was also in the buggy fly rally stopped the horse by crawling on his back and turning him toward the fence Iu Memorr of Gen Latvian Washington Feb S Memorial new tees In honor of Gen Henry W Law ton were held at the church of Our Father and sere attended bmany veterans of the wars who hud known and loved the deceased general 7 tf IN FORT WAYNEy j The Itemalim of flea Lnwton Ia jState In That City IIU 1 Home For One DR orm1 Fort Wnyno lad Jan 0 rJIJnwtUI1WHS generally observed UuMncK hoiiHoe closed nnd thousands of viii tors came to the city from t rough out the northern portion of Indiana Tho public schools Were dlflmltEcd The special train bearing the reo nutliiR Mrs Lawton and her children Maj Con Wm II Shaftor and 8tfS and the military guard arrived over the Pennsylvania road from Chicago at 730 Monday morning At 0 ooloel n military antI uivie procession liTeucdtMl to the Pennsylvania depot sad escorted the remains to thu rotunda of the court house The proce nlni was nearly a mile in length A mom the societies in tho cortege wore Sluts S Mass Post 0 A R in which Gm Jrnrmflll1llgcLawton nss nt tho time of hits ales tji the oldest charter sunivor anti Sum whM1tOlni Yor es1 post was the shellnhrcddcil lba URI of the 30th Indiana volant which Gen Lawton oammaml l o time elvll war Nearly nil of the w5 r viTing comrades of Gon Lawton IIn that regiment and n number of Dar hone of Iho Indiana rogiment In wlihth Gen Lawton wiUpUd as a p vote pri in 1M1 nwrahed in tho procea lion Between closely paakotl column of people tho column moved down CalI horn street to the court hoiiiOi Th national colors draped with crepe wen displayed in profusion along ttline of march y The casket was home on two caln sons draped with the American c-As the procession started time 3BO battery fired a major gonorala salut to Gen Shatter Thousands of peopl thronged the rotunda of the roar house throughout time day to view th wiflkct DEATH OF AN EXPLORER VIIIInm llrnrr Glitter nlrs lift mal home In MurrUltMrn X YlIe Lived nn Eventful Life New York Feb 6Si111nm mII1 Hither tho explorer u brother oaun aril Watson Glider tiled nt his hjnt In lorriatown N J Ho was bout in Philadelphia in 1838 At the out j break of the civil war he onllsteu Pa saptamrIi Gallant and Meritorious Sorvie4In 1MO titer time war ho devotwy self first to art and then tojjtam Jlrom 175to I 4 t onam eon man e jrs n search expedition oomluet r It r CioI lato Lieut Frederick Schwceth U S A which made a sledg juryj jjn King Williams I tnd iimtiu fit months and extending over It2V mllbs This expedition recovered the remains of Iiout Irving one of Sir Jelan Franklins companions In Ifihaaa companled the DC Lonr expnlithnj under Cnpt Berry U So X ia tJit0 Rogers and when that vessell wsa flo stroyed by fire on the westvra tlpr41 of Boring strait Mr Gilder ntItn signed to take tho news to tiN n pr est telegraph station which inrolrotl a winter journey of nearly Zuoo stifles across Siberia After ncromplitlifng this task he joined in the search Oft the Lena Delta for the survivors of the Jeanette Of pate years he had writtea foc various newspapers and magMinas until failing health pt t an end to uric activity TURN THEM LOOSE u What Senator CnIcrj Would Do AVItli the IIIJllnullla Sprreh In the Senate Washington Feb 0 Senator Cat frey La in n dlscueaion of the Phil ippine question in the senate broke new ground in developing his portion 4nmti rppo11Jtetoent rlccumntances he would do with the Filipinos he said with character istic courage of conviction Turn them loose nn soon as we can get rid of them That would be bit ter for them and infinitely better for us AVhnt the War tins Cost Washington Ilb61rolR the beginning of tho Spanish war to the present total expeiulltnrc on account tJPhl1lpphue 000 as follows On account of tile war department 255000000 on nth count of the navy department MBU 000000 paid to Spain for the 1hilHt tloanexpeiisw in departmental lervice fi Washington 8000000 i The U S Supreme Court Adjourns UnltgftStatesan adjournment until the 28th instil Niter tlllt Take lnrt GemiCorbinI train bearing the bodies of ion Ltw ton nnd Maj Armstrong will arriva- in this city TJiursday It was ar ranged that the navy and the marine corps shall take part in the crrcmo mnadursheaded u ulnashipcortegpassesway to the cemetery NINE TOWNS TAKEN 1 American Troops Encounter Severn Filipino Forces America Loss An One Jinn Kllle sad Mm Woiuulpi Seventylive Bathes Itillcde + v Ivtln- Oliiutl to UuiiiiuvrcF Manila Fob 0llrtg Gets Kobbt tiHMlltlon in the mil aids of Luwn Lcvrv and Saiuear has occupied ear nuinenUy stud garrisoned nine towns wIth the 43t1 sod 4Tth rcgtineitUi Thli has ptatnrd on tho market 150000 baloj pf hemp A thoiHMiul insurgents armed with riiica and ow 5000 armed with wood en snarls bows said arrows wero on countered during the entire trip Tie troops killed Ti waives 11 of whom hmt rubs The others were vlltafvra rined with wooden swards Thi AmericHti loss was ONO man killed sod nine men wounded TIlt Aintric ni rapturud 9000 in gold tho onvinyi money and 40 muulo llondlnir braw tannon t CHlbAirof Mid SuM r tho CMMIIJ mantel flit town tko Amerle m chasing ilirhtiMf smith Hcnttvrintj them to the uiountAlUM- At CttbtiMilocMD Luhbnn the lag roraII 4 fHm trims the hills ea lrrM ttw tows for two howra When the P11IrfHM H TB driven out the Amortains tiki their lx t to asps tile town flRhting the tire for setarsl knHrs Thirty tone mid M other hawed halt Ute t biitineiw portion of the Iibie won tiMtme L The soldiers provontwl tho Arc from preadtsg- The next day Maj then with three I rorniMnlM of the 4W regiment pur ur l I kvban to tho inoKiitnln fast tnne nsMi thence to the seat town J hrre Luktan was hondlnp In hoytt f e cc nBr atilMn Uy taking tke rmtlvoit IMM flwuniHlated IOOono Iin void JIb ApturalH HrobHble At TnklobuH JIfUnd of I yte tIll rncmy ever5ted the town MM the AmerieMHH jmnved them o Ute kUla Net fleeing MMieomlmUuit ware kilkxl Iwludinjr thrM WOHMM At Palo seven miles distant the oa ftny tins found entrettrkod sad resist Itd 1 LMit JokiMtoH nod lit MOH ef kvrdrilsandthe town Tile Inmtrgentii In those town were mostly lMtynHii who had beta Ins- pressedI Into the Mrvlett of time TIIp log lenders frosts Litton Time 1yea- lUf a peer indifferent or Msllniily au +t finlntU1 to time American oee pa- it TeKsiog oiIe6s Ia rut If ITo irtHck oriV t the Tnfrtilofr used Intmid to niatasahs garrison In order to open the Island to commerce it IIn believedl the rebel party will lose Iin popularity The AmeriennH are Kindly seeepteit by the inhabitants when are dully reluming to the towns There 1U n rush of rent morelnl vessels from Manila to tbecv now porjn AMERICAN SHOT A Porto Itlrnn Pnllcemnn Wnnndi I Jinn From llonlun In n Pence Police Station iPonce Porto Theo Pcb C During I- band concert on the Plaza 1rlRclpHl a native policeman attempted to arrest JOKOph 8 lllgeloiv Jr of llwtton on naoount of boding n dOle Joseph So- llarkley a deputy Unites States mar tthnl conducted Illgclow to time Jail anti he wRs brought to time learchlnK room wjiero it IH allegedl the native police made an attack on lllgeiow Who was entirely unarmed Finally Policeman Angel Arlsmendl shot llige low in the cheek and then lied Thu guards at the outer door permitted him to escape but stopped Follx A McCarthy an American who wnj hot ly pursuing ArlHmendl Deputy Chalet Of Police Antonio Simonpctri five oiit er policemen McCarthy JJnrklcy and Dlgclow wore in the room when the shooting occurred lllgelow won placed In nn ambulance and convoyed to the military hospital At first pits coma tion was considered very crltlcul but he lin better now The billet lass not yet been located Ariamondi and Ft luonplotri were arrested o Mal Loffnii Jlody In Chlcnuo Chicago Fob 6In n ing draped ttOllIn tho body of Mnj John A Logan pity in state hero Monday A guard of Tfltcmns of the civil war who land IdUght under the dead Koldlara fnth ut stood round the casket nn thORu who wished to pay n last tribute to UJIJ doecdent filed through memorial jri11 Later in the day tho hOlly wu falcon to time train anal tho Journey io Youngstown tho Logan humus re sunned The mended Trent y Signal Washington Feb 6 Tho Hay 3ntincefoto treaty amending time Clay JttDnUulvur treaty regarding the Nlo tVruguim canal was signed nt tho state dopartincnt Monday morning United Stntc Slionld Mediate Chluago Feb GThe oily council of Chicago Hiispondcd Its rules and by a vote of 32 to 11 passed resolutions sympathizing with the Boors nnd ox pressing the opinion that the United Bintes should odor to mediate between Great Britain and the South African Republic Hrliliie Iliirnern to lie Iteivnrded Washington Put GThe bill giving iB pcnelonabic statun to those known tea the East Tennessee bridge burners was favorably reported by tho house r cdihmltteo on invalid uenstonv Oar Increnied Trade with Ohlnn Knaland can no longer compete with tin in the Ihilm nt of many pIlrodliCCI to Clllnm Our tmue with the Chant v has Incrmiedal 1 most forty per cent within the tail year This iis merely natural Tho but wins in cvorythiiiB For a like rMS n Ilnitrttcrs Stomach llltton the beet rtmtMly in the IOURtrf teas far rifly rears Aclmleclatd indigestiondflsla na yns Satlard A married couple who an in time habit oo CAshNMilb of going out at sight to entertain mints anti eetal alTain at tacit titmice oiMrlittleboyi sw a afek neap One week these Mteial 1Ifair cease pretty frequently Oa Monday tiHcat they went to Uie theater and time 4 lad that they head to sit nil with the Qdjj mass lurtday night they went out to a neHclibor and explained that they were tying to give souse Hiedicine to the man who was stick On Wnlnwday night tkey andnisl1 laid to put a the sick masts lbaek- to draw out lbeiaain lio asked the v polarSetyrerrstyurlad thought dflr for swbNe at then remaltmarkodm 11 en any too eaea to Suit me papaSetamtar 1I0a This Vo elder Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for anr mto of CaUrrk tkat MRH t W cured by hell thiur Cure QWeJ CkMMT for the iaot liyarn BM keUevtbwn perfectly koacrakW in til lHuiMSTC51 tiona sad flMnnally able to awry ml any o AneNtF4s4a Te WaldSg KiBMa 1h Marvin WWrwki nnla1ada 0 liaira Catarrh Cure Is Ukrn itatersally MUltI elftretly spas the Wood sad memo- surtaaC f the yytess Price 7kpr hot tie SeW by all UriHiaBiUl TtlaaotlNlJ free Hall Family Pals are tIt beet LIloir Temperature i TeeeherSVbal happen when a man down u far ait ran go t5vr He ltgtutr Isiseld feet maVm f IIDo Not Burn the Candle At Both Ends DonJ think you CAn go on drawing vitality from the blood for neross stomach train And rrutaes without doing something to replace it Hoods Snturill nerve mental and stun enriching and vfa1isIngMegblood Thus it httu overworked And tired people wn n A Side Miow I eknowledgein ItulTdo in the year IPOl Lave jJIrtainly a- lltIPMIcataract Niagara asatin acres wry attratlwn Wwttro Etcotridiu Ml Winter IVillmU baitfare f ktatloni to Now Orleans La and MoWlcu l Ala fur tho fjrnml Mnnll tray Carnival In February Tho ontwtnlBNients will be OrlOAM1 l ferligbting1 ole Februarp IV to l1 l Iaeie limitedI to return Slnrefi 16 two Call oem neural aII ft D Agent for tfekM awl InfortMtton PiradulraI IlridwC Ik mM rM b liar Irk stra aMdw1Jaiae aay yhltteqknew- tweuW No lkUsde plaited An AllVcnr llmorl Tire II111lferoka Mn Ark fMM nisi I 1109 A wort iMiraW t at trsttr sad eotveelest resort icr leeiskk and IhMuhl seeker laVwl HIM rlt1t1l water lint e In6 Stapin TU rrw IAI itI aniy Npraalauve of lrcoo pane The taker rotat eruct litmid xfccB hbIbreed decent pill oult llOole 1A I S leepfor Skin Tortured Babies In a Warm Bath with t YSOAD 00 And a single anointing with CUTICURA purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures This is the purest sweetest most speedy per manentat1deconomical treatment for torturing disfiguring itching burning bleeding scaly crustedand pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of infants and children and is sure to succeed when all other remedies fail Millions of Women Use Cuticiira Soap Exclusively for preserving purifying and beautifying tho skin for cleansing that scalp of crusts scales and daudrufl and the stopping of falling hair for softtn tag whitening and soothing rod rough and sore hands In tho form ot baths for annoying Irritations Inflammations and chafing or too free or offensive per splratlon in tho form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanstlvn antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women and ospeslalljr mothers and for nil time purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induct thoso who have onco used It to uso any othor especially for preserving and purifying tho skin scalp and hair of infants and children Curt CUHA SoAr combines delicate emollient properties derived from GirricuRA tho great skin cure with tho purest of cleansing ingredients and tho most refreshing of lower odors No other medicated or tollot soap over compounded is to bo compared with it for preserving purifying anti beautifying thu skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domostlo toilet soap however expensive Is to bo compared with IU for nil tho purposes ot tho toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines In Oust SOAP at CNR PRICK via TWUXTY riva CKXT tho DMT skin and complexion soap the near toilet soap and BEST baby soap In the world fTi Complete External and Infernal Treatment for Eiery Humor tlCU141 eonalitlDfof CUTICt1U Boar 2otocltiDuth kloof cruet Ind- acalnT p Mj soften the thickened colitis Curion Me to IDitAnUallaltcblnlnllllllllatlon and irritation and iool6aad Tho Set I25 heal and OUTlCUll4 UranLYltXT6Oc to toot and clrano the blood Anines tsrboUoeumeleattoedI aha mot dish rtar and humtUiting sklo tamp mod blood humors with loa of astr wbsa iii du tale Tocsin VICD C Com Bale Props Uoiton U U A All about the 8ktDIulp and flair free P- FJ a r- JIi I II- c In r rffJ GOUOEBELS DEATH It Took Place While Only Ills Brother mid Sister Were By His Bedside m IECKHAM SWORN IN AS GOVERNOR An Armed Conflict Averted fly tho Hclenao of Alonzo Walker Ily Gov Taylor TIle Republicans and Democrats Come to an Amicable Agreement on the Gubernatorial Contest 1 i The Troops Are to be Withdrawn and the Legislature Allowed to Meet In Frankfort Ilrcklinnto Title tit tlm iovrrnornlilp 11 Xot to llo lUiutr lo HUh wary Actlnu to He Taken on lllrclluii CuiiU U Frankfort Ky Iob 5 WiHlnmGoo bel died gntunlay evening nt 041 His jftst worth Kpokeu wore addressed to Jn Furnish atate senator from Uoono county at i 49 He called him by nnum nnd mikwl to be shun a drink of wnl r At 0 ho nodded aasent when the phyclebms Hkvd If ho would at tempt to ake liquid nourishment i Soon thereafter he full into complete I unwnMltMHaiftf and so remained until the Mid 1AiAsM when it was apparent that tho end was near the physicians left the roam Only tho brother and tho chtor ef the dying maif Arthur Gou lid end Mrs Jtroimoakor entered th- oralR and wore the only anas present whan Ute death summons oumo- ItMttts S Qoobol n brothor of the death tatoAMMti with his vife and two ohll dNMo wko had boon trawling night and day for four deys as rut aa ctMiti vfvtiA URn him front Ihoonlx Ariz orrtiwl ORe hour too lute in bli rat uset 4atIa Oar Oettbols death WHS tot mad pwbl for M HM Unto afUr it heed oe OHrrad IN Ue IHMHUIH MMMengcnt eoiHmoHed 4Mnecrat4o leader qiiletlj te Ute room of Swwator HhtaklHirn OH tho Mtiio floor of the hotel ArntHgc inrMit mra IWMN made far tranafor TtMjf the oMa and antliorlly of gui eor te JAw 009 Uekhsw Dr MtOontMttk WM hIt and Mr ShMMUoffd In Ida noMrtol Mtwatty H dark ef Uw mm of appw awora Dr JlaQaraMK a mILre to usiltI i 0 nfctoai Uam iMk OM 4th t otes Aft r lie ItsadHtftmwd tktt Mtli b z AICISCM Iwap IM to issol tIs rpoui WlltrV nil trawt Uyt IM will nM Col sad thor WM a murmur of I I IWwee Sa aalidord said solemn totMII 0 Uwkbam receJvod the eon j of those who vUneoMd j his IndorttoM into othe i ImmrdUtdr after Oov Uerkham Imcl been h rom IN the sow of Oov Ooelwls dMth TM mode iniblie The effect waa a vneral dvmooatnition of irrief aack M Frankfort Ihad surer ecesSAltUotifk UM Uurtol will toke IIAM in PVankfort In aooorteiM with the wlslios of tto frieoda of the dust man the fHHeral acrrlom vill IM hkl In Covta ton Was borne The rwtiMilM will lw tah n to Covinjflun on a special train Tha tntlM will omwtet of tliree can em oar fur tha eSakvt cud the actual nalilMMram A private ear will IIM furaiakwl tho relative of the dead man wk4U n alavfivr will bu furnished for the niembenn of the ljr alatiro comiHitteo vklth IIM not yet l epn so lootwi Jurigaa of the oourt of appeal and otker political frienda 111boCovlHgtwn mid front SW In tht morn- Ing With It oclock In tho evening will lie In slats the lash buttE kit open in the ovaulnfr to allow the working IIMptnn epportunltj to raduw thu romalnL TIll funtral Kurvleos with be ox trottitly nimplo In deference not only to tile wlahoa of Mr Goobel but also of the iiiBinbers of bis family There 11110 n gimrd of honor In Covlngton solactod by Arthur unit Justus iou S bttU oonslsUiifc of SO oltlzung hut out side of title thero will be no curomony or display of any kind lox tho fu neral cortege will bo lacking Wednesday morning tho romaine will ho brought buck to Frankfort nnd placed In tho big ball room of the Capitol hotol where they will lie In Btnto nil that day Some npprchcn slonvls felt of trouble on that tiny as it is believed from 30000 to 20000 strangers will bo In tho city to view the remains of the democratic lender nnd bitter fouling engendered by his t death may result in n clash Precau tions Ore being taken Irrespective qf party to prevent trouble nnd no se rious outbreak IIs looked for The Interment will take place Thurs day from Iho Capitol hotel but the actual arrangements for tho burial have ns yet not oecn decided on The remains will be burled In the cemetery overlooking the Konluoky river where Ho tho remains of Daniel Boone Vlco President IHchnrd Johnson and soy oral Kentucky governors eminent ju rists lUll holdlers Already n movement line been started to tweet n fitting monument for Mr Goobola memory on the spot in the state house grounds where ho was sVot jAi Aulouar Holde 1 Frankfort Fob bu uutopsy was 1 held on the body of Gov Gocbcl Monday morning conducted by Dra Hume Williams ouch Tobin Col Jack China told graphically and specifically the lellllhothat time exact angle taken by tho bul lot was demonstrated beyond n ques Ighlfootand arm thrown back and lowered somewhat It was while in this position that ho was shot and tho anglo thus as certained established time height from time ground from which tho assassin fired his shot On tho strength of these conclusions the democratic straighithuetime shooting occurred would exactly roach tho attic window of tho execu the building from which it Is alleged the fatal shot was fired This week n man will be placed in tho oxnot position In which Goobel was when ho wiis eliot tmiid measure inontft taken rime doctors found that tho bullet plurced tho lower portion of tho right lung causing immediate suspension of digestion amid paralyz ing tho kidneys Gdr Taylor Ailjuurn IeitUlntnre Frankfurt Ky Fob lNuvor was thoro u more complicated political situation titan that which confronts time 1politicians of Kentucky nnd nov or was there ono of which it teemed so dllllcult to form an accurate guess nt tho outcome Gov Taylor Issued n proclamation declaring that a state of insurrection existed in Kentucky and particularly in tho city of Frankfort and bcoousu of this ha adjourned time legislature to meet at Londou Laurel county on February G- nurrl Sworn In Frankfort Ky Fob 1 William Goobel was shortly before 0 oclock last night sworn in as governor of Kentucky and J C W Ilcokham n few mlnutos later took tho oath of lieutenant governor rime oath was administered to both man by Chief Justice Hiulorigg of time oourt of ap peals Mr Ooobol WM propped up with pillows anti was unable to raise his hand only with Ijo greatest difficulty na he listened to the words of Judge HarJcrlmr Whon time oath lied boon given Mr Gocbol sank buck exhaust ed tin effort having been almost too inuoh for hilts strength Immediately upon leaving tho room whoro he both sworn in Mr Ooobol Judge Hazlcrigg wont to nn adjoin log room where lie swore In Mr Hvekknm aa lieutenant governor This done he roturned to hla home Tu lor Uxiilnlim Frankfort Ky Fob 1Gov Taylor late in the afternoon Issued the following address to time peoplo 10 the People of Kentucky s The tooat kwowmtuble aondltlOH of HffBlni wrfr oKiwrtOHoed by our I- t1ffiirIi iifattimt kaUotr m UM inet ef tlia ehlaf enaavtlva of tha lIsts abaohitely tteeeaaary A bag aides of uanree den d cad IM Mtrfttl aota pmctloed by tkoaa la charge of Ute legisiatire IntereaU of the tate ItAa culminated in the moat fearful eoodltlon of the period to the state The dreadful event whUth oc curred yeat rUajr shocked cad star tled all sod usa be no more alneerely I myalfTosuch condition of excitement and threatened violence aa sow prevail Iia Frankfort would be sheer mad new sod I hare therefore In the ox ercto of my eoHatitutlonal powera adjourned the legislature to convene Iin London IVy 1n February a- I bore taken avery prooaHtion to proaerve the pmoa that ovary eltl seat zany know that life mind prop erty are snfo And will be protactod vlUi ovury roxouro of tho common health 1 trust that IH this laudable oflort I will have tho support of wcry lawabiding oltlaen of Ken tucky fbi Tnlor Defied Fnnkfortt KyH Fob 2Two direct slops were givon Gay Taylor by pub lie ollloors who dttoltnod to obey lila orders Tho first onmo from ProtH dont Itodmnn of tim Farmers hank which hi a state depository Some vouchers on tho bonk wore signed by Gov Taylor in favor of omo of tho militia officers who wnntod money for their companies Whon they wore presented nt tho hunk payment was refused President Hodman sold that ho dill not see how ho could pay out the money on orders signed by Gov Taylor until he know for certain who was tho actualI governor of Kentucky He hail askud an opinion from the attorney of timo bunk ho said and whon it was received would not accordingly Ho declared that lo would take no chance of paying out money until ho was satisfied that ho was acting under proper authority The second Instance was when Coy Tnylor Issued a pardon to Douglas lienitentinry term for manslaughter having been sentenced in March 1500thien tho pardon was sent to Warden Llllard hq decided that ho could not turn tim tuna loose until ho was satisfied re garding the legal status of the gover norship Ho made no reply to Gov Taylor but declined to honor tho pardon and Informed the penitentiary commissioners of hInelon Conflict of UUaorIlVIFrankfort Ky Feb I1he first chub between tho executive and judi ciary powers of time state one occur red and a still greater clash is immi neat and beyond Hca a sen with skies so lowering und ho stormy an aspect that no politician of either party can predict where it will carry the Ken tucky ship of state There is the chnnco that tlilnyn will na Congress man Juno Gaylo expresses it drift around all right but there are other chances nlso nnd if timings nro to drift around all rIght they must strike a counter current and strike Itr soon j Tho first clash came when AlonzoJ Walker a stenographer employed by tho democrat io attorneys was placed under arrest in the capitol grounds charged with conduct tending to in cite mutiny amid riot The conduct consisted In pinning to the door of the private office of CoY Taylor n notice that the democratic attorneys would appear before Judge Contrill of the circuit court and ask for nn injunc tion restraining CoY Taylor from nil interference with tho movements of the legislature and from lila nnnounc ed attempt to remove it to London in thlsstntc Wnlker waR at once ta ken Into custody by orders of Co Roger Williams tIme commanding cer of time force now gathered around tho capitalInjunction titIrnnkCorttrill of the circuit court Saturday morning granted a temporary injunc tion restraining Coy Taylor from Iri torfering with the meetings of the legislature nnd from removing the sent of the legislature to London Ky Tho temporary injunction is to re main binding until February 8 when time hearing to make it permanent will bo hoard before Judge Cautrill at Georgetown KyI- mmmnmedlately after the Issuance dfj tho writ Judgtr Cantrlll Instructedo Sheriff Sutcr of Franklin county ta make imo elTort to present the ordci of court Heiintor lllncUliurn Arrived jUnited Status Senator Joe IJlackr burn nrjrfjod in Frankfort from Wnifh Ington Saturday morning to hold h conference with time democratic lead era nnd to advise with them in rGio gard to time prolmblo effect of time ate titude of tho administration toward Gov Taylor Taylor Oltorn n l1erd Frankfort Ky Fob 3Coy Taylor line personally offered a reward of 100 for the arrest and conviction ojj tho innn who shot Coy Goobel 11 making tho otTer of time reward Coo Taylor states that the authorities of Franklin county in which time criraig was committed hnvo never requested him to officially otTer a reward and ho therefore offers 500 us nn indl vldualTnylor Appeal to McKinley farlot1hARdent McKlnley which is in Itt nature a memorial It goes at great length Into tho situation In Kentucky mail lag an explanation of the condition there I Ni Iptlrrnl nterfcroisee- VmshingtostFob j 3A Kentucky doll egation consisting pf Senatorelcol Ittackburn Itepronontativrs IthoaJ Smith Mont IItatho I rort stnt Q ithor bat did not ooml WIWTOIB ofiN gentlemen r The Krntuckiaus sold that federal Interference la Kentucky woukl lw iaure to result Iu aeriouk truuble nI- i j i the Strut movement of troop would I I cause an upriaing that could nut 4e easily queUed They ezprecd the opinion that the difilrultltrs would be adjuntod without further violence if I the eoile of Kentucky were allowed to settle the matter thrmaelvpK After leaving tbe white house tnu i Waahlugton Feb LAt the cabinet I meeting Friday it waa decided thut the situation in Kentucky la not such af to require federal Interference and consequently the president will take no action under the present condk tiona A Conlllct Avcrtctli Frankfort Ky Fob GIrmtCIlOn flict between Uio olvll authorities of Frnnklln enmity and national gourd of time stoLe of Kentucky htrnaertod and unless now canes stiould como to the front there is small livei lihood that the political sit nation wilt agnlii become as thrantonlng ns it haj boon during the last 49 hoursI Gov Taylor Sunday morning or tiered llio relonko of Alonzo Wnlkon j for time iKHweealon of whom JIII1lO Moon had declared that Sheriff Suter would Mwenr In n potato and taki I iieI session time capitol grounda ifsuch nn extreme bocnmo n OCCUR 1 Whilg not rccognlzng in lila action the exist once of tho writ of habeas eorinia which had boon sworn out on Inhalf of Walker Joy Taylor by rcleminu time man removed time most thrrit u lug sign of trutiblo Tho oommaiufug otllcora of the troops which guard ilfll capitol grounds lire careful to anytut tho situation is entirely n mlltnn if I fair and that they extend the writ of j habeas corpus very llttlo oonsiiifra tlon hilt whether they regard it or noj Walker is free nnd Sheriff Suter will not be called upon to nunnuqif force in tho attempt to secure Jlia release Pence In SlKht Louisville Ky Pub 6A confer ence between accredited reprvufota thee of tho two state governments was hold at time Gait house In thjp ttlty ns n stop toward bringing about l ij peaceful suttlemcnt of the dlntnrbcd Altlor rent tacky from end to end for time past few weeks will bo ended Time mrCEiZ ment was reached shortly after mill night nnd arrangements were inline dlntcly made to have it drawn up anil signed This was slow work bowl er nnd it was after 2 oclock when tho conferees separated The iltno crate gained nearly every point they contended for and time republican rcp rcKcntntivcs Limit Gov John Mar shall Gen Dan Lindsey nnd Attorney David Fnirlelgh gave assurances thnt 1 tho agreement would bo accepted by Oov ln I Tlj lorjri l tier to l C 9 Dcckhnmthegovernor llcuton generulIlfsetnhlyassembly validating time acts on that hasbeenregular asjhmehams titlo governorisImmunity to lie Granted Taylor toOOYfrom- prosecution for treason usurpation of pftiee or of contempt of court for jjyhlch it hunt been done since tho ihootlng of Goebel These matters nextMondayJs ieglslaturetomediately and no filibustering or oth bofclIOrlldstruct time carrying out of this agree ujent in tho legislature r Tlie democrats suggested in tho In Frankfort ccrerJnonlwithiJrawnprotectpL It was finally agreed to leave to Len Daniel Ltndscy one of the re Ipublican conferees the decision as to how many troops should be loft to Iprevent a clash as a result at the Goc bel funeral time republicans to begin nt Once the withdrawn of troops from Frankfort It was agreed that the board oteiec t10n contesttoot Frsnkfort without molestation Ihl dtmoemUl agrlllng that no sum conttetlta out due hearing of ovidonco and ar gument LowVTime republicans asked that some provision for a repeal or modifica tion of the baud election law be in luded in tho agreement Time demo republicuns I suggostI lieved to bo wise agreomentbrot uncertainty now remaining in time situation Naturally there is no ob rction from tho democrats anti time pf eertatniykn1uuun How arcnrat ly the republican con ferees represent Coy Taylor or how early time Intters acquiescence IB neo WKsry to the carrying out of the plans firted upon comm only be determined 1 Itv the events of the next t4 hours i Panned Through time ltnun y r nldort Iy Pub IrOo ra3lor ILik th1I11W anti pqtbu oiler to I Swiwtoriil eualr of AeiiluekfThi- Qr three fairminded mesa in tho ftU these three men to be selectedI the United Ktatea supreme court IIwill allow thorn to arbitrate tim me nasAl will abide by their decision Tilts announcement he made to a cor D apoadent in his office iu the exevu 1to building Tin declaration was at efiiJo wired by the corrisjtandent to Mont Oar John Marshall and Attor as David W Fairlelgh republican lIaburs of time political conference IlfM at Louieviile- lti nth that no civilians should be iufivNffl to enter the capitol building Wu0h has prevailed since the leglala tiie woe compelled to leave it ono HOjlIi Hgo wna relaxed in favor of the rJlfUtu hoard of election commissioner l1lnTwore permitted to enter their fWoo in the capitol for the purpose of Inttoiiillng to some routine work rein the to time contest iiUule by the dem OUrntlo candidates for minor on tho state ticket at time JJJneesI Ipr Qlcction They were kept waiting fj1r nit hour at the south gate of time gtnjUnl grounds before they were ad jijfttetl however The lawyers were StDpport nt tho gate The eouunl jjfQricrs went to their office in the Wtlrthitf and remained only for a few Hllmitrw as they were unable to at 0nd to their work there without the alssJBtnnco of time attorney No action yti8 taken In any of tilt contests IlMthough every leader of the demo ctrtalio iHirty is now away from Frank flirt it is understood and believed by ilfieh of those who remain hero tlmt Oft dunmcmrdic party In cuo of n full urn to nfrrae with time republlonns in Toulsvilif will at onee proceed to or gaiilzo n state government In order to lo this with time least possible lie lily it Is necessary that the contests tar tim minor positions on tho state tlokct shah be determined immediate ily Coy lleckham has at time present nine no secretary of state no treas urer and vo auditor It will beimpos eThic of course for him to transact slate busine 8 until these officers have becn seated and it is with the object of facilitating mutters tin this respect that the election commissioners arc now nt work All these contests nro little more than matters of form ev ery one of them resting upon the same Evidence which caused tho legislature to decide the GoobelTaylor cdntest in favor of the former TJhe contests will bo decided by the election com JipIssJoners and their dedalou Is nl ready n foregone ooncluslon Among tho arrivals wan Col Thomas C Campbell of New York and former ly of Cincinnati It Is stated that he had previously been working on time contest as counsel for time dead con teTstant lie was in conference with time friends of ClOY Goebel including the brothers Arthur and Justin It is stated that Col Campbell is uahlst ing in working up1 n vigorous prosecu lion utah thmatthcr4n already been much luformntlpu gnthond by dot au jIves on which arrests are expected soon T IfJT ttp 1ft ili 1 I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS i i j 1 GOEBELS ASSAILANT A Man Arrmted Who Mnr Know Something About the Attempt ed An anlnatlon Frankfort Ky Fob 4li looks as if it Is but a mutter of time until the whole conspiracy to assassinate Coy Goebel will be brought out and every person implicated in time cowardly deed will be known Some of the most prominent detec UPi In the country have been hero since Wednesday working on the case and their efforts have not been in vain A supposed agent of one of tho con spirators approached a detective nnd made overtures to him providing that in case n man turned states evidence ho would be protected Tho detec tives promised that no harm would befall any one who would turn states evidence and every one assisting in bringing time culprits to justice would bo rewarded The wouldhe agent asked so many strange questions that after the inter view curoe to n close he was shadowed several hours and was placed under arrest by the detectives and put in the sweat box lie line told some astounding tales about the attempted assassination nnd Implicates several persons ns accessories to the crime Time offer of n fortune as a reward him brought many more detectives to time city All who have talked to the prisoner seoul to be of the opinion that he knows n great deal more about time crime as he has given them sev eral clews on which detectives were set to work immediately Setcral of time detectives are said to have come in with the soldiers Tues day night and Wednesday morning and arc parading in the garb of n aol diem They are members of the state guard to nil appearances and stand their watch like the balance of tho sol tilers hut they man4e to keep their colleagues on the outside posted ps to what is going on on the inside One of time leading detectives said that everything was working splendidly nnd that they expected within the next ten days or two weeks to have all the particulars of time conspiracy before time public anti nil the partici pant behind time bars PLEA FOR PEACE Democratic Lenders lieu of the Peo vie to Carefully Abntnlii front Any ActM of Violence Frankfort Ky Ffib 6 Shortly alt U ho dontli ot Coy Goobel thy daaio ill tf aI nJ- pIII for lM ecNITo time People of Kentucky It Is with the most profound conrout that we announce the death of Got Goe bel In his last moments he counseled his friends to keep cool find bow to the law In all timings We JUl fxlcnds nnd advisers bog of the people of Kentucky in this hour of affliction to carefully abstain from Innel of violence or nny resort to mob low It would be his wlih if ho were nbve that there should be absolutely no stain left en his memory by any Imprudent act of any who were his frlertds Time law is supreme and must In time be reetabllahed anti all the wrong he and his party have suffered will find their proper redress RESISTED A SHERIFF t Two atftu Arc Dend and n Third One Intnlly AVonmlcd UN n Ilcmilt of a Lively hattie Mtdrileaboro Ky Feb Sln a gen eral fight which took ymca near Cum berland Gap across tho state line in Tenneeceo two men are dond and nn ather fatally wounded The dead nre l c8 Itaine and Torn Swan colored Deputy Sheriff Charley Bnll rjf Leo county Virginia received wounds from which ho will probably tile Sheriff Hull had under arrest a man by time namo of Gibson and was taking blm In custody when the other men attempted to take him from time slier itT A general light followed and 20 or more shots were tired thero being several other pnrtlot who took pnrt 114the battle The little town which is near time limit of the three states Virginia Tennessee anti Kenuoky is In a state of excitement Tho fight took place in n noloon the parties in volved being drunk Unities Is a distiller and a prominent citizen Nothing definite eon bn learn ed as to who fired the fatal shots and an yet no nrrests have been mantle to A Lexington Indy Wnrnert Caelicl FrAnkfort Ky Feb 2On Monday Senator Goebel received n message warning him not to go to the state house nnd informing him that a plot to assassinate him existed The inca sage came from Mrs Allen Lake man ngcr of the East Tennessee Co which had IeltphoneII iiutnii Wednesday Mrs banket of flowers to roomII IQnl1rrtlrd Aliont n onII JIopkliiHvJllp Ky Pcb Adam nnd Henry Downer both col ored quarreled about a woman on the strret Tluli pulled pistols and fired i Adams wan shot through time hand I and Downer through time hex Both were nrrestinlKnUIly Shot Himself ScottHvllli ivy Fob 1 Kcnwell A Vouth nyd IS of Westmoreland Tonn 13 mills from hero shot hlm1 salf accidentally through the bowels ropher1Uo t f GOEBELS PROCLAMATIONi llc Command the Soldier to rtetnra Home and Not to Interfere V1tkjj the General Aiietabljr j Frankfort Ky Feb 2The follow ing proclamation was issued by Cow Goebel Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department Frankfort Ky Jan 31 Whereas It has been made known s to me that certain persons without authority of law inure banded them selves together for the unlawful pur pose of forcibly preventing the geri oral assembly of Kentucky from ns y Bumbling and discharging their offi cial duties at time seat of the govern mont and have for said unlawful purpose assembled in time city of FrnnkIfort the First nnd Second regiments of the Kentucky state guard und by force of nrms have unlawfully taken possession of the hall of the house of representatives and the senate chamber of the state of Kentucky f as well as nil other public buildings anti nrchivcs of the commonwealth and have by force intimidation and violence expelled tho general assem bly from tho capitol buildings and refused to permit the senate andChouse of representatives to hold ther sessions therein and are now terror izing the representatives of the pee plo and other good citizens of the commonwealth now therefore I William Goebel governor of the com j monwealth of Kentucky do hereby command the saul 1st and 2d rcgi monte of time Kentucky state gunrd anti each and every officer and mem homesI Is re main until lawfully called into active service I also command all other persons whatsoever who nre now unlawfully engaged in interfering with and Intimidating I members of the general assembly of this commonwealth to disband and desist from terrorizing nnd intimidating the said members of tho general assembly mimi nil otherIgood citizens of this commonwealth Given urfdpr my hand as governor of the commonwealth of Kentucky at Frankfort Ky this 31st tiny of January 1900 William Goebel PREPARATIONS AT LONDON Thirty Men Are at Work Dnlldln Three telegraph Lines From the NeW CapitalI4M t Lexington Ky Fob 3The West era Union Tolrgrnph Co leased a iargti f i1Q rtUH1 Iea t RlirtItIQIUI 1 f 1IVi 1UnRinJ11Q or I handling time reports Of JIOJprocced InRM of the legislature there next week Thirty men egau work Friday morning building three lines out of London making1 an aggregate of 13 wires A iOOOvell battery was ship lied there and more than n carload of material has gone out It will require time building of cvr 75 miley of lutes to make the connec tions nt Lexington Knoxvilie und Louisville hut the managers of the company any they will have ample facilities for handling the mutter of fered by time prose Time largest amount of specials ever sent out of the state wns sent during the past month Tho tiny Col Colson killed three mon tlje Frankfort office sent out 15000 words and the Lexington office 20000 When Goebel was shot time Frankfort ofllne sent out 52000 anti this Lex ington tflraut 15000 On Wednesday FrankfortOent out 67000 and Lexing ton 15000 London Ky Fob 3 Kopublican loaders here on the positive nssuranca of Taylor that time meeting of time leg islature adjourned to this pine at 11heldthe coming of the same Ily Tayjora order the Furls building a three story brick structure at the corner of Main and Manchester streets is being fitted up ns n place of meeting The hotel accommodations are very poor There is room for not nmro than 100 persons In the three small structures the Catchlnga house lliley house and Eversole house Probably 110 more could bo u accommodated In private dwellings Godfearing citizens do not wont a meeting here They fear the con course of lawless mountaineers that would be attracted with tIm probablp renewal of feuds which have boon sup pressed for n time through the failure of tho factions to meet Trlnl of the Kendnlla Nicholnsvllle Ivy Fob iTlmo ex remaining trials of tho Kendalls father nnd two son were culled1 In the county court herein ndutlon to time charge of murder the charges of horsestealing housebreaking anti grand larceny were brought against M them and warrants issued The trial will probably consume the entire week Killed by the Cant Kusaellvllle Ky Fab 4 Manvin MUe n section hnndou time L N was killed nt Cave Springs by n freight tinin Ho was lying across the truck when tho engineer nIl fireman say fchicfore the accident Shooter Acquitted Louisville Ky Feb 4Craig ireII loath who shot Iko Williams colored 0Tuesilayforo County Judge Moore was ug quitted J- II i N 7 j1 =I A i ttla J r J111 13 rtom1 i =THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren I HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY s FEB p 1900- i11 i They Condemn Taylor A very large number of leading Republican papers of tbe Unite States condemn Tuvlora oonrao in dispersing tbe Legislature elms ing It through the streets of Frank I Ifortto prevent its meeting his roo fueal to recognize n summons from a State court or to permit his t Adjutant General to do so and in arresting and imprisoning the courts ballff These Republican f papers referred to oondown bim as an outlaw a law breaker mill tinS dictator c Somo of these leading papers are M Tbe Chicago pose Chicago Jour nal Pittsbnrg Commercial On zelle N Y Times autlGoebeljj N Y Tribune Kansas City Jour nal Philadelphia Prods Nebraska State Joarnal Omaha Bee Pitt burg Leader Washington Star v Philadelphia Call and Sumo 50 other leading Republican papers extracts from which are publish ed in tbe OonrierJonrnal An Expensive Luxury The Maf field Leader thinks the County Tax Supervisors and State Board of Equalization as pruetic ed in Kentucky is all a mess and t a very expensive luxury It says tbe Board in Graf es county rate k eachkof the getting a ten days tbe Sheriff f675 anti the County Clerk 075 making alto getber a total coat to the county i of 92700 bringing tbe county in debt I The Post Condemns It Tbe Louisville Post which Iis considered by all tbe most radi oat antiGoebel paper published condemns the act dispersing tbe i i Legislature It says 1A The Legislature when duly chosen is the direct representative of the peo pIe the Governor la their executive It 18 now no time to question the authority ot the body at Frankfort The people DOi4 perse it and do not for a moment believe Govanior Taylor contemplates suchan actionWorking Night and Day JI 1 thingthatLife Pills These Pills change weak ness into strength listlessness into en ergy brain fog into mental power They are wonderful in building up the health Only 26c per box Sold by all druggists 1 The Legislature the Power Tbe Chicago Record the lead Ing Republican paper of the West discussing the Gubernatorial contest in Kentucky says Tbe Legislature is the con t1 tutional aunt for determining tbe 1 result of an election for the Gov J Jernorsblp and its rulings whether 1 right or wrong malt be accepted by law abiding citizens Attempts t to combat such a ruling by force would be as indefensible as a like attempt to set at defiance the de cision of a judicialt tribunal of last resort simply beaanao the decision might be generally held to be pal pably unjust A people that desires I to enjoy the blessings of law must have respect for lawful moth ode at all times There can be no lawV tbe legislature decides the pend I lag contest in his favor i SITUIt ATION Senator Lindsay wbo may some times nod as to facts but is eve wide awake as to law turns thl 1 search light on tbe situation attt g rraukfortg 0 The Legislature is tbo consti tutional agent for determining thej result of a governorship election If tbe Legislature reaches a con unjustthe w less submit beoanseit is the lawI It they do not submit and Taylor i attempts to hold tbe office of Gov error Goebel will simply have to I inoonvenienIa L and tbe room and tbe seat but il am Governor just tbe same She p may set up his office in a hotel and start In as Governor of Ken tuoky Tbe Legislature will roe ognize him and thus be will act ually be Governor while Taylorsa a upJrii 4 diculous rt C LOCAL NEWSI n Noxt Wednesday is St Valentinos Day gjf300 buys a good Guitar at- liVOh 9 The days are growing perceptibly longer Circuit court U in session at Clinton this week Churchdwill give an Oyster Bakery tonight Everybody invited There is no medium by which so many peoplo can bo reached for so little money as through the weekly nowspa per Iaonrmors call with your produce at CT5 SHAWS Big Store Holiness meetings are being hold at different residences in Hiokmun They contemplate building or securing a house for worship Our farmers are going ahead doing all necessary repairs on their farms getting ready to plant another crop when the time conies The Memphis Conference Sunday School Institute has selected Fulton as the place for their nut meeting which will bo hold Juno 12th 1UOO BAoosIt is said that Dame For tune knocks once at every taws doorJAOOS Well it was her daughter illsFortune who called on mo The postotlico department wilt hereafter put up postage stamps in book form with oiled paper between Books will be in fl 10 5auaf50 denomi nations Smallpox has invaded a number of the Western Kentucky tows Cases are reported from Muyfleld Bardweli Dycusburg Pombroke Central City and elsewhere I TTateyonr Hides Furs and Unino to SHAW t Strew A fire extinguisher which may be easily made and kept stored in bottles ready for use pouslsu of tutee pounds of salt and one and one halt pounds of sal amoniao dissolved in a gallon of water The railroad elevator immense de pot and other places packed from door to roof with corn brought to liiokmau from river points and the railroad finds it impossible Zo furnish oars aniHoiout for its shipmAt Always look carefully over the ad vertisements in the UOUKIER before you go to any ot the stores to buy goods A lew minutes spent in reading ads will often be worth many dollars to the in tending buy- erSupply your watts at Buchanans Closing Sale The Fulton Loader thinks that Fat ton county will bo represented by a Company in tho Kentucky State Guards to be reorganized The boya are learn ing that tho some fighting to do and theycant to get in to the fun Another man has invented a ma chine for putting stamps on envelopes He says his machine will lick the stamp and stick them on at a tremendous rate without unpleasantness to the operator and so securely that there will lw no danger of the stamps coming off Burglars entered the grocery store of J W MoElroy Saturday night got some change in the drawers cigars c They tried to make on entrance Mon clay night but failed S7 augur holes were in tho side door and a row of holes about IS inches long on the oppo situ side of the house Tho price of paper especially print paper is going skyward more than double what it was U your or so ago and scarcely any profit is loft a local paper on snlttfribcrs Therefore the Conner cannot afford to carry dohn quanta We must trim down to on near u cash basis OH possible See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost The weather prophets have predict ed that we will have all kinds of weath er this month such us cyclones simoons gales snow sleet rain etc and that the mercury will bounce up and down the glllSS like a monkey ou a polo No these prophets ior any such Information Sam Jones ihe evangelist asks tho following pertinent question particulnrYou may think itu strange statement but it is true A girl will go on tho streets in day with a boy who guts drunk butthe minute u boy finds that a girl drinks ho drops her 1 wish our girls were as particular with whom they go as the boys ore Persons who believe m luck and signs will doubtless agree that it is un to be lightning on Mon rda hold sawIfalltoverboard on Friday or mon Sat tenpouuddumbtho dinner table Sunday when there is only room for ten Heros to the kicker the troaoher OUR kicker tho kicker who never is true who always is crying and never is try big some good for his town to do No use to correct him and yon need not expect him to get to tho front like sv man while others will hustle hell sit planlistwith dry eyes on iris future condition to dwell and well envy the devil wholl handle the shovel when ho roasts the Old kicker in hlIFor BARGAINS in Clothing Hats Shoes anonsiClosing Sale Great Britain in hunt Ltne The news that tho British wjjv eminent Is going to lot the South African Chartered Gouipauvhmko private war upon the republics perhaps with the assistance of tbo natives will if confirmed not tend to stay Great Britains rapid fall in the public opinion of the world It was this companys stockholders who inaugurated tbo conspiracy against tho republics solely for their own private purposes of financial profit and finally drew the British Government In Trial Postponed The trial of Ellis Graham tbo Kansas blacksmith accused of poisoning his wire for the pur pose of getting the insurance of 2000 on her life has come to a stiind still ou account of the ill ness of Oouuty Jndge Elmoro be fore wnom It Is being held The trial began Friday and a large number of witnesses huvu been examined It IB learned from toe testimony of the Louisville chats tat Dr Woody who examined the womans utouiaoh that there iIt no truce of poison In It The cue has attracted great deal uric tercet uud largo numbers of peo ple were hero when the trial be gun anxious to hour the evidence but all were excluded except the witnesses anti attorneys It wishl be remembered by the Monitor rea ors that Mrs Graham wbo was n daughter of Mr Johu Oar coy of north Graves died eery suddenly about four weeks ago tier husband who was a blacksmith at Kansas was arrested on BUHplcimi of huvlug administered poison in order to cause her death that bo might secure the iusor utice ou her life Muytteld lout tor GENS FiTZiiuau LEE and Jot Wheeler hitvo bout promised to bo nt the Louisville meeting of the Confederate Veterans TilB old nets of protection iui the New EuglHtid States are be gluutni tu howl They are wftil ll afraid llmfMu will fulfill 1m promise to Porto Rico If you talk your aecrM owr the tel ophoue saps au exchange dqnot U surprised or NOOIU any or your friend of betraying your conttdcnvli t ithQ std Ton hrar yonr private nirauM UOII wt- on the stn5l Yon shuafU lwf kt often when you are talk in u u1 hour other toiaed more or 1lo dLd1tIII and if you heurotttrrs thej also Iityou lienoe reaeetnber duet whit 10 are sending whole puuutU of I gDujeituytin onto your ounrw Then f Es 3 tronblv in de load and all Guar ot- a crodMMi wire A telephone M a ufhty 1 poor hand to keep svervtii ItleeuUl alms incrwIiW sat in the neighborhood of flOOuu tu x nsl 1 cash slionld have been oonniit d axla directed letters daring the last yen and harder still to credit that thr u m chauattvw effort have titled to Jtai she ownera ot ono fonrth at thin uiwiaut The envelope which ire addnMea BrB kept ou file for four years I4aak wen not no long hut to either cano a feral margin of time U allowed fur cbuuwnU J to appear boron the moH T M bullr turned into tho treasury to the cntttt or tho post office In to tho money contained in letter tier ing the same period MMMrttiing Iilc9 10000 WON found lOOt in the mall It is ofllclnlly styled loose money CsttedStatestime since tho ttttaultohmiiit of oar goy Siltythousand Jensone mouths tuna or by the fim week- of i0 July KKX That ineuiM that about Bovoutyflve million jxwivlf HUM UP ro corded iu tinny stays or at thr rair of two and a half million a day The rate verforand inhabitants the enHmfmtiuo must be completed within two week The s tolianabedone e1ttlptinlain a grout many foreigners wbt re tne employment of interpreters will U al lowed PnrtieH wishing to enter the ing ofllee at tins S MOU should lU printhnor h ddrwi0otoram or kick the door down The devil will attend to the alarm You will fivoII JJ nudtheurrrarforyou will advance to the center of the room followmg J J thuthumband index linger clasping u lowj bill otthoBitymir Wore yon looking for me TIlt wtl IJIlIund I giving hint tho news coiiournijig your i locality you will be permitted to retire i with for i properlyBAlt9LBTrofGeorgia I small cotton milare being erected all over his stale andevery city town and village Is now try Ing to rail+ a money for such a par pose An enormous amount ofcapital from New England cud beinginvesteden terprises and he thinks that very the willmanufacture theyraise MONEY TO LOAN Borrowers Want- ed1OO4OOOO Hoow Is YYour Cfiance too Se cure a Home EASY PAYMENTS The HICKMAN UUILDINQ AND ILOAN ASSOCIATION lies neon in operation ten years and during this timlllif louicd more than 100000 to citizens of Fulton county time chief part of which haw been used in scouring and building homos for Its members Thorn are several hundred citizens of hick man and throughout the county who ate and have bccf sharcown era and each can boar witness to its miocusslul management It paysl a reasonable profit In a jure and safe deposit for your savings and it is a splendid inducement lug the young to economize and save up their money It affords bor PllingbI them to utilize rants in payiing but home und in about dx years accomplishes that rosult This books for a new criut ol this Assoolation UfO now open and will bo hold open until the 3rd Iliuwlay in February lollij for the subscription of Newr S oak New Stalk is issued in February I yearKnrcull onJtfcc Secretary nt the Coumxit olujjo Hick man Ky in EdKori Ile ia i11 Chaiubf- rIains tough Remedy boring the early part of Jobber 16W contracted a severe coldt which w t tled on my lungs and wn neulei d nu til I surest that eonftatnplion hail np YtHuilohiAl tio a I could not T rcnuu alarmed and after haul lhr lo cal doctor a trial bought a loupe of UhauiUirlaiun Cough ImuHly situ for result was iiiiuimtint improvMtiuiil and after I had used three bottle my lunpi were restored tu their 11 h- atactlB S KDWAKtM INbtalwr of byOowg1l1M Slsaw State Line DruhKisms VAaNIEI I Reliable man for Massager of lire wh lciattyloadman Kindly mention this jwjwr when writingA T MORRIS Cincinnati U Illustrated CatalogueI cm postage OIIITUAUY On tho morning of Jan 18th moo the death angel visited our home and claimed our much loved tether J J ones Ho wan 08 yeast lium aril days old There Is a sweet thought that stoat our troubled hearts as a balm of consolation and that In hlu no blo Christian life Uh how we will mltu him home U now so incomplete How bright and cheerful he mode our home aud may his worthy example teach our hearts nud cause us to HO live an he lived and be worth a crown of ovwjdsUug lift in that City whose builder and maker Iis God Death u always sad but c po ilally BO when it takes from a devoted wife tho one most precious tho very sunshine ut their ohlll runs existence It Is hard our white lids mid lIow woshallmdrm plum the beautiful dead The place In vacant of the precious one tied But God knowoth bent Farewell dear father tU hart to give you up the ono wo love so dear Out God the Father kuowetti best Twos Ho that gave the cull Ho took the gentle soul to rent Ho oareth for us all Hw loving daughter AUA WArddN Farmers FreaCvlumr Under this heading will hereafter be published notices not to exceed 0 llnca snob from farmers who uro subscrib ers who have horses mules cows pro duets seed +koforsale true of charge Rust Proof Seed Oats for wale Ap ply to G W THHBUOttO tow for Sale Flue Durham Cow with young calf Apply to LUTHKU MADDOX Vnjf Hale A flue Hal mare Call on JAS LEBWIDQB FUR SALE Good Clovor Hay 7 per ton at rick Good milk Cow with young calf Black Langshan Chickens and eggs Tho finest healthiest and layers ot all Apply to W A McDAXIKt y trt 1 trfrJg 44IM CIf Vi fI nJ1 ll 1 f1JJ It DruggIsts JlEAUQUAnTEUS ron UIIIIJL TONIUcoutill S1IIUPS- 3fI1OII11r ANn r 1A HrICIJUS 7Jk 74P- llmSORIPTIONS Carefully Compounded I =KclipgoM lit 1100 Tuoro will bo three 2 of tho tints and QUO of the moon during the your 1000 May 28 the sun will lead off with total oollpao becinnineat 741 in tho Visible nil over North Atnoriua f I IurUlhr thu United States nnd beginning nt u- sNovwubur 122 annular eclipse or tho BUM will occur Invisible to thu New World if the county la ua uuilonnlv In the 1000 ua ll vas in the uppearanoo of thu niutoorlo display no largely udver used to take place the people will Inau eonndeneo In the noou gobuok OLDQOLDWEZfEY W It vtBSTEll SULt tu11STFUR 1 Union City TennI t THIXTON MILLETT CO UUtillm OWKNSHOUO KY 4i =o=o o l Bed 1IS TUB STAFF Oo L1Ftt tova TO oarr r 4 COO I BREAD ji t New + miD Tlie BaRerg i Bfchtl Cakes furl Pics Baked Dully IX Jw j IC tll pttt nJIDU l Oll Tropical and Domeslic Ffuiii Fine Chocolates 1 Ii and Candies Cigars and Tobacco I o J FRESH OYSTERSrjIr t mid OKLBRY RBCEITXD DAILY I Iii 1 Nreik O1sina 8IIftId is sey y1and at aU osi Coma sUII Tdtrdrase W 111 NeVr City airtr1 4 C b4- r HMaJestioHCO r r l iking Rage1 The Best in the World Vtfn auiioi main H 51lNlaU- ela BttyJLug Oae of these Raagcs I One of UH Strongest 1olntn ia lilt ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL 1 MlhIlCtIDUYIIICall niul lOxiiniiiic TKiu YuuMI I6uy no Oilier0- A 2 Bw a2ZlVAJRt HICKMAN AURBLEWORKS lJrIIihs111sL1rulllat INru TOM DILLON Sr Froprt1 aaeur to U IV n1 dw4 Marble and Granite Monuments OUEJB JNGSTONE WORK of nil Klni8 IRON FENCINGcr o Biol man Ky I W B WEBSTERII IIINII KINj1UOKY INIJ nNNItS8ImI 1 W I IISK illS HOLK AaENJ1 VOlta + Peabody Club llurbollsj I Old GoldII 00II ilountnln OrovcI 2fiO p oollpsoa n morning 0pI disappointed displays FRESH Old 300Llncoiti s SPECIAL OFFERDEAR SlRI am enabled sell fourquartsUYBWUIBKBKPREPAID11roPoso to In dlone content When reeeIo It notToryentlsfao lllluioittrulvW I I 0 r b 4 E f fOMi Ti Y eK i Lp a is V l- tttp Ilallretul Tune Table N 0 St L R 11- LKAVKRi AHIUVR- Hf I Nlu No A3 it elllCll mTrainI No 82 mTrI p Ia- Local and Personal cityWetlUeRlluy nextMondRY OltyBnkery IntownTViolin and Guitar String to day lit lOc u Box at BUCKS OhurchSauday vleittoFOUNDA RtthoJaoksonTenn OltylIlted jobon MrIIimproving S Road the SemlAnnual Statement of the Hiokinnn Building and Loan As eootatlon published lu this lasue tenmerOlthe guest of Mr snit Mrs F E Oaao Soma Beautiful Patterns Wo have 600 bolts wall paper loft from hut year WhichI we are soiling at lea than cost WILSONS Boos STOKE Oityhavisit wNashvlllw says tho CommerciAl Courier Mnyfleld Monitor Mr Jawed N ParagouldArkbet busiueu with Mr It L Alexander I Stolen kUsct are sweetest ho 1 1aldflow IdUliko a man who doesnt returnedRoper Bra Brown of Moscow have opened R branch grocery sioro IB tho building recently vacated by Camp wltbJruONewolrylntheMr Jon Lev has established a lauu I dry next door to Ulty Bakery on Clin 1tontreat and ho and the Uhlnameu him are experts In this line Bye Omni your bntluuM Mr W L McOutchvu whoso life was despaired of on Saturday and Sun day last has M much improved as to bo considered out of tuiuieUlate danger All recognize him us n truly good man Mr Will Cox and Mte Pearl Sow on Bardhanti were quietly married ni the rvst dunce of Esq Roberta in South Fulton Tho reported llluwu of Mlle Jessie Ontt u happily proved to be a mistake Sho returned home from Bardwoll Ky where she is teaching because school was suspended on account of smallpox Mr Louts Fluid of Fulton was thin guest of Mr and Mrs W D Powell Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fields who has boon visiting hON tho past vrtHik accompanied him home Sunday owning Mr B B Sanders and family who have beau living at Caruthuravillo Mo have rotnniwl to Hiekmuu Mr San dm U a live energetic first ohms bush UVM wan and the Courier oxteudj a hearty WI1 como Mow Pauline Hanllu WAS reelected state Librarian by the legislature last Thursday practically without opposil Lion Tuts is or it sliinld boo8ho to a most charming little lady uttcutlve to the duties of her olllee Mr Juo O Hagan severed his con uectiou with tho house of IL Buchanan lost Wltlk nUll his accepted n position us traveling salesman for tho Wounokor Morris Candy Co of St Louts Ho will start out about tho tint of noxt mouth rho noxt regular meeting of the Hlokman Building dL Loan Association will be hold at the court house next I doI smug to must apply to the Secretary on or boo fore that dut- oIAblg assortment of Spectacles from 160 np at BUCKS The farmers throughout Fulton county are very much pluased with tho condition of tho growing wheat The acreage is much larger than over boo fore It got a good stand and has grown splendidly through tho winter All tho prospect are for the largest crop over grown iu tho county See Buchanans Cost Prices on Shoes and Hats Every reader of the Courier can make in a very short time more than tho prlco of his subscrlpttpn to tho pa per uy reading tho very low prices of fcred on dry goods clothing etc by our advertisers Wo bollovo that lust now gouda uru being offered lower in Hick a mutt than any place iu tho surrounding country fOVSTEtt HUllKlt TONIUIIT Tho ladles of tho Episcopal Church will give an Oyster Supper tit tho City Bakery this evening commencing ut 680 oclock Oysters will bo served in flintclass style Everybody invited NEW LAUNDRY Jon Lee tint class Laundry In trout ot Lodfort Rogers store and next door to Ulty Bakery Jail and coo us Satisfaction guaranteed JKU LKK FULTON COUNTY OFflUIALS Express Their Sorrow und Indlgna Con In Set of Resolutions Hlckmati Ky Feb 3 The county officials of this county bttvo adopted tbe following reso lution We tho undersigned county officials momentlearned Havingboonardly shooting ot this champion of the people of Kentucky yet wo wero not prepared for his death anti wo realize that not only has one of natures noble men met death by a conspiracy formed and carried out by tho most unscrupu lous sot of political and social assassins that over existed in any country but theyhavetins State and nation of one of Its ab lest statesmen and most conscientious legislators and executives As citizens we deplore tho disgrace this assassins byholulfor n liberty loving people to harbor within her borders such a class of cow ardly murderers as the anarchistic Inc tion in this Stato that has brought about his death Wo brand the Republican party In tins State as tho murderer of Qov Joe bel and denounce thom and their lead en as tjib cause of tho shame and dls ofiCoutuokyit shameless prostitution of power in filling Frankfort with armed murderers and uushwhucken Wo urge that all means possible bbe used to bring to speedy Justice tho cowardly assassin and all those who by their actions have caused the commission of the crime or who are aiding or shielding tho mur dererII M KEAUBY County Judge AttorneyDSAM LUTEN County Clerk J W MORRIS Circuit Clerk OEO CARPENTER Deputy Sheriff JOt NOONON Jailer E M SANSOM Assessor TOM DILLON Mayor ot UlokmlW Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buch anans t Stood Death Off E B Monday a lawyer of Henrietta Texas ouco fooled a gravedigger lie lays My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I pennnd rid him to try Electric Bitten and he was soon much bettor but continued thulr use until ho was wholly cured 1 am sure Electrio Hiders saved his life This remedy exp ls malaria kills dis ease germs and purifies tho blood i aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles fe male complaints gives perfect health Only 60o at all krng stores- ENTEItTA15MENT e On Tuesday night of last week time doors of Mr and Mn Rontoni homo near Illakman wore thrown open to the young people of tho neighborhood in honor of Mss Nora Vincent of Union City Will Honten and Jim French as tuhfcrs with their bright smiles and charndng ways won admiration from all matting everyone present enjoy themselves Those present wore Albert Jones and Note Vincent i Joo Oliver and Maggie Houdcnon Lent Bacon and Annie Jones Hugh Sanders Otto Sanders and Mary ItoslMarry thunders and Bottle Boyle Bob Polk and Laura Henry Curtis hoary and Florence Polk Bmfonl Hon ry and Jennie lingua Baalaui Kindred and Ltzzio Stublw Ed Mozley nUll Fay II11dCNi Mtti8nt OhltrUo- Olark Millie Bacon Hugh Boyle and Orta Loot At a Into hour the crowd dispersed wishing Mr and Mrs Ron ton a long life and added joys for each dayeeAged harmer Dead Oapt Pink Philips an aged farmer of near Orutchilold died tart night of pneumonia Mr Philips was 5 cam old and was a highly rClipctOO citizen well liked by everyone Ho hind only been confined to his room six days Fulton Leader AutlHclllc flea e The Tree Barber Shop ii the place to got an antiseptic face wash This prep aration after shaving renders antisep tic tho face prevents infection a A L HOOKING Tho man whose house is tho best in the laud whoso town is the bait iu the country whose state U the best in tho union whoso nation is tho strongest in the world is a good citizen whether he is a resident owner mechanic a teacher or a day laborer Ho will do his trading at homo even it ho dons havo tu pay a little more Ho will take his home paper oven if it is a size or two smaller than tho big city papers Ho will always may u good word for his own town and every enterprise it may champion ho wilt bo loyal to every educational cause adopted in it suit work for tho succcnt of tho same in preference to that outside Then as u reward for all this ho will have pros perity and tho highest regard of hU uelghborsExohaugoTnniut medicine for tho babies than Chamberlains Cough Rom edy IU pleasant taste and prompt and effectual cures make it a favorite with mother and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or other serious consequences It also cures croup and has been used In tons of thousands of cases without n failure so far na wo have been able to learn It not only euros croup but when given as soon us tho croupy cough appears will prevent coughItllqu11lcseasier to expectorate and lessons tho severity and frequency of tho parox yaws of coughing thus depriving that consequencesForand A M bhuw Stato Line Druggists 1ttJ frew Spring GoodsWH- ITE GOODS DIMITIES INDIA LINEN LINNEN LAWN ETCs Embroideries f and 1 Laces IPercales Ginghams y M tdH Ducks JUST RECEIVED AT Baltzer Dodds a Some Sell Cheap SHAWSELLS Spring QoodsG HAVE COMEand are still coming consequently the stock unsalable in Summer which we have neither f wish nor room to holdoverI MUST j BE SOLDI A COME SEE US and rlea you leave another will be add ed to our long list of references jq M B SHAW TTw atithh iAraill Statnutt n OP TilE OILICD AND t A A SSOCIIQJII- OO HICKMANtr HICKMAN KENTUCKYI Far the Term Kmllng Jan IN IVOO PROFIT AND LOSS To DM Premium fortirm416b6GMetUlatent for VlDM far term lat Fnhfarlem Ii16 br lknn fat trm 2J7Oalht for term 19779- 11an5a II3u366 DISTRIBUTION OF GAINS AdJM to I4T Shares 0 per eenl129t1 J18II 1515 L77 15177 II LM a 935a II I 111II 1Lm II N79 II 9436 0 HIIt 111f- II JGOIt 4 3344 QI40 It 1 N 64io UUII 39et 11113 1811 sub Hharw tfnnJuitJ 15111 Damns thl term 1107979 1i79 l1079Te ASSETS Loan on mortgage 3JC18W 11 It stock 1UO- WCib r on hand 611105 137645- 01LIABILITIES Adjusted to aeries I M 1141330 II It J 1a91IJ II K 676963 II II L 36nvl-a II I II 6164 U- It to xN J74118 4 S 0 t6UJ08t- o PI3I11IIIt II Q 37604U It n 161144 a aN lil32H II It Tn UUOO unilUldtd surplusN 103 t3ttl902 VALUE OF SHARES 18hare 8 rlt 111131101 J imiuiiulij lJtIIr1II It K 7SI9 1It LN 6647- I 1 II II 8811 II It N N 4934 1II 0 N tIfJ 1II P 31N I It II Q isS8 I In 1 U 1 9N 1916yT auo L I f How the People Pay for Prosperity Wblle tbo trusts have here and there increased the wages of their employee they have in every in dance added several times an much to their own profits and made tbe people foot tbe entire bill The Emporia Times Lisa tak en the trouble to obtain from tbe merchants of that city the in creAse in price of articles of ne cessity as compared with tbe sell- Ing price of a year asp Stoves bays Increased 30 per cent Oopper bag doubled In price Fourteen mob plows that sold for 810 now sell for 814 Ropes that sold for 5 cents a pound now sell for 12 cents A common stove pipe sold for 10 cents now goes at 20 cents Bolts and rods have gone up 75 per cent Tin has Increased from 8150 to 82 per box- Cultivators have increased from three to five dollars Hoes rakes forks shovels spades and all snob articles have gone up 45 per cent Nails from 1220 to 410 per keg Barbed wire galvanized from 240 a hundred pounds to 400 Binder twine which cost 7 cents a pound now costs from 11 to 12 centsGlass has increased forty per Cola Other articles of general use show a like Increase in cost to tbe consumer I TIIINIt I would go crazy with pain wore It not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Sfapleton Herrnlne Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without num ber but Pain Balm is the best medi clue I have got hold of One applica tlon relieves tho pain For sale by 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Unbelief Copyright 1W9 by Louis KIopscJi J In this discourse Dr Talmag shot how the cause of righteousness has lost many of its weapons and how they lire to be recaptured and put into effective operation text I Samuel xlli 1021 iVow there is no smith found through 1 out all the land of Israel for the Phil 1 tines said Lest the Hebrews make them swords or spears nut nil the Isncolltcs went down to the Philistines to sharpen every roan his share and his coulter and his ax and his mat tock Yet they had a file for the mat tock and for the coulters and for tho forks nail for the axes and to sharpen thogoadsea galling subjugation e Israelites The Philistines had carried off all the blacksmiths and torn down all the blacksmiths shops and abol ished the blacksmiths trade in the land of Israel The Philistines would not I even allow these parties to work their valuable mines of brass and iron nor might they make any swords or spears Thore were only two swords loft in nil the land Yea these Phillsines went on until they had taken ail the grind 1 stonos from the land of Israel so that II ilantre raclltisa farmer wanted to harden his plow or his ax he had to- go j j t over to the garrison of the lhlllsI t onlyaowi land and that was a file the farmers d meahaulos haling nothing to whet t fJ Jithe coulter and the goad and the pickax save a single file Industry wasI l Iflndercd aad work pmctt ally dis t good The great idea of these Pbliist 1Jea wasto keep the Israelites uut + armed They might get Iron out of 1 tnc hills to make swords of but tbeI l WJMld not have any blacksmiths to 1r Id this iron It they got the iron vrelded they would have no grindstonos on which to bring the instruments ofc uSrictiltur or the military weapons up asanIsraelitesgeed I Uieao PhilU tics were not forever to C uBep thel Jil on the neck of Oafs andrcr i Tviiich were the Philistinca and his ar J mor bearer on his hands and kneesj fmbs un the sninu rook and these twoIJ sen fdlihtheir own swords hew tu I nftcfl the Philistuea the Lord throw tt i g a great terror upon them So II- nes it 1 k then so It is now Two mon ofI utKI oa their knees mlglttlor than p ufiMltee teat on their foot t learn lint from this aubjeot that Is dangerous for the church ef God 1Ri allow its weapons to stay in the 1 muds of iu enemies These Israelite 1 f tJdn and again have obtained I II IIfor1 11srI11 nc IMI fro no grind sic no active iron miucr until it A tit iio late for them tv ninkoony re I giagInll r with their ji laxcs and prow m i ay Wht i ore you going with I- tt tliiugsi lluv say Oh wart r oleo to tin garrison of the Phil itiii tK io get tbl things sharpened I aye Yen foolish mea why don t you iliurjicMi tIm at home Oh tl a ihc tluiksmtths shops are a tru down and we Ifvc nothingp hII but a tilt x b it L in the church oJe ub Christ tu ilJc are too willing to give UIIaur v iKons to the enemy Tile world Lvt tlat it has gobbled up the c Loll and college and the arts and tc Miiifts and the literature and th- epgI prcs Infidelity is making a T iL nut rcpt to get all our weapons ir ih band lIT hen to kcqp theta Iou liiiiw it u making this boast all tlc time aril after awhile when the gi t battle between sin and righteous 11 has opened if we do not look out wr willi be as badly off as those Israel ittj without any sharpening instru i txiifu I call upon the superintend Cit of literary institutions tosco to it that the men who go Into the classrooms to stand beside the Leydcn jars acd the sitetrie batteries and the ml i uroftcopcs and telescopes be children of Coil The not Ihi1atlueIII n drovtrylte to get all the intellectual weapons in heir own grasp We want ecfetitiflu Christians to capture Ihc salt once und scholastic Christians to cap II phllosoilhloG1lriatlt vond lecturing Christians to take back the lecturing platform We xvilnt to send gut against Selion f Icel and Strauss and Kenan a Theodore Christlieb of Uonn and agiavt the infidel scientists of today x a Godworshiping SUIIman and Hitch cook and Agtisfciz We want to cap Lure nil the philosophical apparatus und i Ewlsg around the telescopes on the ewfvcl until through them we cun sec tlc morningotnr of the Itrdecmerand ilvlth mlneralogical hammer dlicover J a fiotofn I ami the LiJof the Valley We want some ope able lo expound the first 1 M chapter of Genesis bring to It the geology and the astronomy of the world until as Job uggvKtcd the stones of tilt1tIPshall be In league with the truth and use stars in their tours shall fight against SIfera Oh church of Gnd go l qui nnd recapture these weapons 1 Let men of God go out and tale pOlo 1 eescion of the platform Tel any print luc presses that have been Captured I UoNdI and tho reporters and the typesetters and the editors and tho publishers swear allegiance to the Lord God of truth Ah my friend that flay must come and if the great body of Chris han men have not the faith or the courage or the consecration to do It then lot some Jonathan on his bully hands and on leis praying knees climb up on the rock of Hindrance and in the name of the Lord God of Israel slash- to pieces these literary Philistines I these men will not be converted to God then they must be overthrown caAgana I learn from the subject what n large amount of tho churchs rOo sources is actually hidden and buried and undeveloped The Bible intimates that that was n very rich land this land of Israel It says The stones are Iron and out of the hills thou shall dig brass and yet hundreds and thousands of dollars worth of this metal was kept under the LUIS Well this is the difficulty with the church of God at this day Its talent is not developed If onehalf of its energy could be brought out it might take the public iniquities of the day by the throat and them bite tho dust If human were consecrated to the Lord Jesus Christ it would in a few years pentode this whole earth to surrender to Qod There Is enough undeveloped energy in this city to bring all the United States to Christenough of un developed Christian energy in the UnitIed States to bring the whole world toIChrist but it is burled under strata of indifference and under whole moun tales of sloth Now is it not time for pickaxesI J gracesI n I carbines for tho Lords host 1 rThethis day arc useless The most of tile Lords battalion belong to the naerrcenThe most of the crow are asleep uinmetal Is under the hills Oh is it not time for the church of God to rouse up understand that we want all the energies all the talent and all the j 11HkothdietsthThey1 1 have had enough retreats In the church t Christ let us have a glorious nd vance Anti I say to you as the general k when his troops ere affrighted I in his Urru his hair tInI 30000 troops heard him crying out I Forward the whole line We want all the laymen entitled Ministers are I numerically too small They do the 1 best they can They lire the nicer DeertI worked olaaa on earth Many of thorn c of dyspepsia because they cannot set the right kind of footl to eat or ratting the right kind art so worried that they take it down in shanks They J lilt fID early and late exposure J If a norcUat or n historian pubUalwa fj tiuo book a year he la considered JB 1 dmUrfous but e ery faithful peaImust arigtuate cnntigk thought fr t three or four volumes a year 11II ten receive enough calls in a year flWllI Wren who have maps and medicines nud lightning rods and pictures to sell to 1 exhaust their vitality They an with ageats of all sorts They 1 re set III drafts at funerals and pels 1 owed by the uoventllatcd rooms of in IUd and waited upon by cow nail toes who wont addresses made until life 4 becomes a harden to bear It la set hard study that makes ministers INkJpale It it the Infinity of Intcrruptigos and botherations to which they are aubJtted Numerically too smalll It is no mere the work of the pulpit to I Oftlt and rb tb worldUtfltt Ivb the work of the pew It men go to I ruin there will be as tauoh blood on I your skirts as OB mine Let toll quit this grand farts of trying to save the world by a few clergymen lei all hands lay hold Of the workI Give ut in nil our churches two or three aroused and qualified men and I women to help In most churches to j day five or ten men are compelled to d6 all the work A vast majority of I churches are at their wits end bow to carry on n prayer meeting if time miniI ter Is not there when there ought to lrenough pent up energy and religious force to mike a meeting go on with each power that the minister would j never be missed The church stands 1 working the pumps of n few Il cisterns until the buckets arc dry an II choked while there ure thouaandsof fountains from which might be dipped 1 up the waters of eternal life Before you and I have the sod pressing ou I1 eyelids we will under God JI whether our children shell grow u I amid the accursed surroundings of Vl nnd shame or come to an inheritance If of righteousness Long loud bitter j will be time curse titan searches our I I grave If holding within the church to 1 day enough wren anti women to save the city we act the ooward or the drone Again I learn from this subject that we sometimes do well to tako advantage j of the worlds grindstones These Is rnclllca were reduced to n file and w they went over to the garrison of the 1 Philistines to get their axes and their goads nnd their plows sharpened The p B ible distinctly states it the text which I read ut the beginning of the service that they had no other In t- strumeuts now with which to do Ibis work and the Israelites did right whet i they went over to the Philistines to s their grindstones My friends Is It no I right for us lo employ the world r grindstones If Have be art if there be logic it there be business faculty on other side let us go over and employ 1 for Christs sake The fact IK we fight with too dull weapons and we work shh too Jut Implement We hack and AC maul when we ought to make 1 clean btTuJu1 Let us go over among ejiurp business melt arlc4 among sharp literary min npd find out whtit 1 tact Iis and llffoi transfer It to Jhc ca t of Qhrlst If they leave faience ena M It all do us good to rut igalcst iu y thirorldaeta their music and we will watch the t acumen nUll we will use their grind stones and will borrow their philos ophical apparatus to make our export ments and we will borrow their print ing presses to publish our bibles andI we will borrow their rail trains to ca- ry r our Christian literature and we willl borrow their ships to transport our madtet t only got all the learning he could get of Dr Gamaliel but afterward stand Ing on Mars hill and in crowded Clio roughfaro quoted their poetry andI grasped their logic nnd wielded their eloquence nnd employed their mythol Areopngltclearnedd Hcllopolls went down under his tre mendous powers That was what gave Thomas Chal mers his power in his day Ho cQIf slurred time worlds astronomy nnu compelled It to ring out the wisdom and greatness of the Lord until forth e sangtogethered for joy That was what gays to Jonathan Edwards his influence in his day He conquered the worlds meta physics and forcM It Into the service j meetinllhouseChristendom felt thrilled by his Chris tier power Well now my friends wo all have tools of Christian power Do not let them lose their edges We wnntp no rusty blades In this fight We want glebeWeazy tcaniLct us get tho very best indstones we can find though they be n possession of the Philistines com them to turn the crank while we bear down with nil our might on the swift revolving wheel until all our ergies and faculties shall be brought to u bright keen sharp glittering edge 1 learn from this subject what a sad thing it Is whop the church of God loses Its metal These Philistines sew that IIf they could only got nil ho etallic weapons out of thu hands ate Israelites all would bo well and erefore they took the swords and spears They did not want them weaponhengone their strength was gone This la the trouble with the churah of tied da It la surrendering its courage has not enough metal How seldom itatoAUgious society and holding that peel tion against all oppression and all J rial and ell persecution sad nil anti loci The church of God today wants more backbone more demure more consecrated bravery atora metal I How often you see a taro start out j in some rood enterprise sal at Use lint blast of opposition ha haa eel j lmnacd std alt kin eaurage goaa jpttlMg the Aet that If a sea he rItfI1 poulldIalpermanent damage It Is only when a Was is wrong that he can be damaged Why Uod is going to vindicate Jilt ii1 truth end He Is tine to stand by you my friends in every effort you malnIf tar ChrUts cause and the saltation of pea r Go forth IIB the scrrlof of Christ and do your whale duty You hut use i fhere I have another sphere The I Ird of Hosts la with ua and the Gistt t Jacob ItI cmr refuge Selah WV I want Ufare of tie determination of I Jonathem I do not suppose he was nI I very wonderful man but be got on hi knrc and clambered up the rack end with the help of his armor bean r he I hewed down the Philistines std aII man of very ordinary Intellect attain meats on hit knees can stern anv I NI thing for God and for the truth Vc 1 want something of the determination of the general who wont Into the war and M he entered his lint battle bit knees knocked together his physicalJ courage riot quite up to his nnrl oouragd and ke looked down at his knee and sold Ah If you knew wlhere I yousWI Therd is only one question for Utto ask and frr me to BIer What d04IIt theflrWI I Ito tho anvil Where IIs the prayer meet W Andda gohead f body ruled and soul enlisted In the I iladertalrtng Ok my brethren we fiRbtex tntIIn the Christian energyoeyou thy hand mlbtforIn the grave whither ve are all has of tenlng Opportunities of usefulness hnpbeenago never inAucnecwe nwako out of sleep the Church of God lift up your head at tJio coming victory Thu Philistines will go down and tho Israelites will po up We ore on the winning side Jdl1 think just the artbeinghen lIt duce ride down the sky there mid QIfrlomJsamong enemies nrt teemtuJtho1 cavalrymen piforoJic1 burnlsherltput its golden rolllowwill make all the nations yournbrat ItcJonIlelelulnhomnipotente i Ipofkingdomsofl r HIS I OES ARE WITHIN rcKlnleyi Victory In the Gout I OK IMcctlnn Joe Nut ft Forgone I Conclusion We quoted not long ago the romnr k about the approaching presidential campaign with which u shrewd rcpub lean politician front 11 Mate in the cenI tral west surprised an eastern acquaint once The Sew Yorker had said almostI u a inatrr of course that he suppose hU visitor thought that McKlnley hp un sure thing In IWO Im not so sure bout that was the unexpected reply I can foresee contingencies and er which it seems to me that Bryan will1 hoer more than a fighting chance of be Imr elected Evidence accumulates each week tl this excellent party authority is by mesas nlone In his apprehension of yes sible republican defeat next November The chairman of the Indiana republicp tin state committee Is quoted as saying that tie campaign of 1000 Is going to be the hardest campaign In ninny years and that the slate son only be firrird by the most thorough organ 1 xatiuaSite Washington lint of that prominent republloan ur- rD the Iowa State Register report one of the oldest and ablest of the re publican senators M sounding a note of alarm Twelve states beyond the MlMouri Sri yet to elect United States itenator for the term beginning Jero 4 toot IHght of the men whose terms expire are republicans There mustt be greet care taken In some of these state Is tile warning of this veleta- oliticianp or we will lose strength a- parr either democrats or populiJai to the senate If we lose five of t States we will loee control of the sen pre The republicnuf who arc now over confident troy as well look the situa tion squarely in the face and prepare to meet it While IIho not believe IN Mrs tat statements I do believe1 Uttt the poblUan of the whole country Bhea bo erjrriront of theee fools nut there U still higher authority than a shmvd republican itolilJcwa whose ramie cannot to published or one of the oldest and ablest of the re publican senators whose Identity is Rot revealed even if he eeenw to be William B Allison The great hoseMan rlf openly confoaee that the rtpablimns taunt do the hardest kind ef work from this tine on If they expect tt eaM the eoaatry next Ml On art a lout file to Philadelphia he Inrpreated up t Irepublican mayor the exeeed teg importance of the Immediate fur nit It in a of at least a portion of Ibshfro MM for the republican eaMpaim hn whlok was promised seer that ly I en It made list aneeeesful bid for r ntlnnal convention He added that j I fund Mia seeded at Dace and de e v Ii thattooae dollar of campaign jlilr + today to world An dollars three V he hence I nater lianas Wee In that laeim djfi It ipa ineigetle opening of teens i refbhlfeaaa la neactearjr hetwaee rrrotnUMT eampalga which hi kia inlalmi will tern upon the two gyres Boar of the prosperity of the working ople and the retention of the PfciHp a1awNl be an rxeevdlnelv vigorous riit beeanse the detnorrn ir parr has ready eagagcd numerous Inbor agi auruIsaIe11s c tlnfaction will existing conditions as ire In their pawn and has nipple netted their work by the distribution f great quantities of rsmpaljrn liters to nlrei sad bemuse for republican cam stta Management must mert these rltators by the employment of men end the distribution of republican lit aa rrMvre to counteract their Influrne Mr llaans thinks that our tsar are he loftier In character flor higher M4dfag sad our literatim too laaHy superior but he holds never of wiIbdrtrMj tnin sad naaldoltyran the efforts punThe fact must now lie aeeeptdl that the 311Ialey ndwlntotration eon tew plates the noaaibillly of defeat fnrthe an republican petty next Xovemt r lea thrrputmost efforts must be put tank to trd off thIs dearer The amatlnif fea itstutshest oftel tyro either the red- cstlle try of the dearer or tilt trcr policy dopt that Jt tray 1he stetted hines roam the chief ammunition ostAljrihe democratic ayltators Them by t tffflOthe weapons have belnte flaW eA hy eke familiAr friends time AU and ibcrined representatives the special rMvpions of the provident himself VOfitthor PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Vmt Hnnnti admires In Wood ruffs wnUtooots la the denorolnrtton tko btlla In the pockets Chicago DoMoernt If polltiual and personal favorites Icy weer smt to govern the llllplnos their I cupidity and Ineflleleney would In Umc bttaoma at Intolerable to the natives as maladministration of Spanish of flolals before lrc Jclent McKinley adopted liU policy of giving the Klll nluoa freedom by shooting them to the Baltimore Sun When very respectable citizens contribute their thousands of dollars hand the cash eves to Chairman uny or Chairman Hanna to place here It will do time most good they not privileged to thereafter turn the whites of their eyes anti road the follow men homilies on the Im of the use of money in poll who Philadelphia ItecordatWhen Mr Illalnc proposed the of reciprocity which President land llnll Is endeavoring to put Into practice It was predicted that trouble reset ahead for the protective system ha come and by the Irony of late 1t1 throuph the man who mode his Ule nJ a politician and won his nom ofIonhis devotion for high protcctlva iarlffferAtlanta Journal lit I THE LAWS AND TRUSTS There Aru Menni fur Itellef Rut He publican Itefuse to Jew ploy Them Kepubllonn ogle concerning ti trusts Is fearfully nnd wonderfully con striictoJ It consists in making n lot of n111r aliens and In denying every affirmation that has been made enoudcon be enforced It alllrms that trusts are boneflolent and denies that trusts exist Moreover niter denying the exist once of trusts it makes n record In the way of fostering anti protecting the 01bDiscussing this matter William JBryan sold recently in one of lair east crn speeches During tho tart throe years you caD scarcely find a republican who will de nounee n trust This IU so because rc publicans an In power and more trust laAprevious history of the party republicanWorepassage new I o kill trusts he tells you that we have law that U broad enough to answer 11 o that nrha an dotraga arr dare not result this ease iII rpeeelJ tractsbaseare n ntceaaary eve lutlon of ltttIInd finally Jonc t be afraid of the trusts they Dana harm yau If theyre Injurious we will ike care of them There t1 ptebitelaa I It I he safe ta trust them to private hard I i and trots our experience we are In Neal ta think that they oome from be I law and net treat above Hut whatever Haaaa may ray what ores the loss logicians of the her p lican party may say0 the people know that trusts exist Them know tabe craw they are robbed by the tiiiats Their pocketbooks are emptied by t treats They face a condition and arlttheory There are laver against treats which woukt rite some relief hat UaepaWsnn party ref iiasa toenlocce tI tr e f I t JHOptdemocratic executive who Hill approve e tCJa6eqoDOIllGena WEBSTERS BXPANSIOH VIEWS The l nsltlan Vhltfli Hit treat Slnle a wan Took llHrlna the Meal van Vnr I am against all accessions of terrl tory to form new states And ikisU a0Ab11101 sentimentality whlrk I am to J parade before tort nuttings or before my constituents at home It U a tmotterotNnaaaeharreatdrpurposeyield 1w IRra consider aa likely to occur tells today Dad forever and tto the h end any propetitIon to add anj f relgc territory south or west teeth or east Wu the states cf this union as they anr constituted and held together under the constitution I do not weal the oalonlsts of England on the north ass link da I wart the popalntloa of d Mexico pa the tooth It la said we marl te t trlttxy r eke rake 01 peace We mat take territory lt kstnthe will of the president I peal the president ar of all prraldrata thout disrespect I know of no rea J son why his opinion and his will his rpose declared to be flash jfromIlldiboold control hint 1 ray sir at according to my eonstmitrt lets ooovletloii we art now thing on the constitution of the United Stain andI frame of government a moon r0 ariUneHration an enormity Jjtorynrbilrary government may rule then illirerent laws anti by different rye Ituula may rule in the Ukraine the provinces of the Caueasns and Kamchatka by tlIJTcrcnt rater or dlnnncfsor ukases aeon do iso suet All ng They taunt 1 be of as pram of us else strangers I think I tv a Dour adopted whioh IIs likely to turn tilt eon Htltutlon of tho land into a deformed1 monster Into n curse rather than a blessing in fart n frame of an unequal government tot founded on popular the representation not founded on equal p but on the grossest inequality anti think that this process will go on oatthat there IIs danger that It will go on j until this union shall fall to pieces I resist ftoJotln nnd nlwaII f 7lalterllcontest From Websters Speech IIn Senate March 23 184S I Will some prosperity sltouter uuIltenlOherd times when wages are low and 400 r1IngI when wages have advanced In a few ten places from five to ten pen cent andI necessaries of life have advance- from 25 to 100 per cfat Is the ma depends upon his dally loll either the desk or bench benefited by tJIIIlilIocnllod wave of proepcrhItocklr Argus If Mr McKinleys secondterm campaign debts shall be Q largo nIn presldeattlalelect tlmoat anybody else The debti a ricccssful presidential nomine Irate as be paid not by himself but thlI1eople St Louis lost DlspIl1cb folk FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Flrit Se slon Woihlneton Jan 308onate A blV shotti artlNrwtWIlltrbe1 of XnntwiU wax iMrtMO Horsier Dawn thnlhlllilno jufMtlon The nlun mien tine was taken up Anunp the bills JMUS ml were th follnwlnvi nil Ilrumby mother of I leutSrurnbY who was Adm lJt we + r line llootennnt JWr In nth to pay stetu to the widow a IJohn 1 fill III view ut his services R n dlqspt bttnrer Its tho tflauc war 1 Bulllvan tvrrnlly elvelod senator from InlluuseIn seeplon only businessAwere Q11elllllon them nf theI nnreU 11t tlh tOhtJlfny Onto volunlr fta ry lit the 14l1Ittrtlit II fItf Dent lInN October 11 iSW that rlJlllllttt InslonalgagjSi s ComfM CGhto volunteer 118 funtry AM L ntsey totNdaAy C lllih ohlu voluntMT lufuntry at the raid of Ul n meals each rditrlilBpfMMenioIRt QlftM by ANI rsIda thatha4 oltkkl y s1re1ted the PI neltooswerdenMlsrtwl JatJlawleyt rwlsonabI At tee ealfNglon of tIN rtooftr1 wentjrl1eITIrl1IhtothedlerNMafconottrulnit Ma iraHaMrttoM II wtth the jllv UoAa1 CUr bank of N w Tork1 Mr Ltan pLIa Iletn thtlft AiartrredpapsM rtead ere r u the 55011- 0airyAlloy thll tNr rkou MO to the ofofI and rharlM a IWnnett nt ttwek were worn In as Nfatrlal al arwl- a CItlarlIt I4a Ivania who aitalnnt greet prom byStirtuttirrpeYfast fritIwill oellrs tt tIM cnrra tstd rite ndet of the IItt1Ml xrrualnuireauiwc It i ucb d 1j e1lMbn al mMUaitoa In the 1rIrackIniM In Ihj MHith and tU Jury law laItawaU t much prom waa mail tll tJte I wOijBjsii rM u MIL wluaa- wm wWWVT fBlWm WaoblNAtaa VI t sNataararal ezta4bof iNtfael goods 1 the M foCPwtter M hlr dear sad ales hNlrloe t u pt Jt H not taty rYltef eelr tne tr AJt tileJluweary at wr 4 Nr1erMr of 1be nearMt 1rt Portroars tm PaymstutIra ttI the cart RMyeerp dNarY Iwtrro Xarda I 1 1N1oralMt nlltotank ttlaat- Nass tar thtllaA ss waerrkr b iatr Ie toE dill ura I lne tIM I wleSpnnatatInAlsn IpHi IrmtrtanlrlMulrr IeIhilkhgttlW5e4t hr auaa erdusl IMthe atwrrnnrrhtdnse1 err years fall on rrso tuglsa of the ulW1nesrrMeee 1 valogif niMtn the qtr rileI 1UnntWnrtln NairMfWuet Hprtiur 1 Ark rtainUnds ti wtnMil afnrmlsQr NtbooUtuUrtn1 tMtaofthenaUbdUld do with the AMMIOOrltI rltkrslMAate cores eI rmr wuoaa moo lie w ton I nf m TIMe t t e1111d IN letter rtH aa rlItll1wo made Uy l1fCIaprlawhoMade h spaslionnn1Ihatea lhaaide Brthe Ionkff An orl xas Mad 1It1I1ulInqliresupiJy vt cities rut It ryas dfsateL BIG STRIKE IS ON Iliillillnw OicrntlimB In UtltnlrQ LIkrIY lo lie Tlrl Itp full n Mellifluent In Hraclicil Chicago Fish Grhu big labor war bulldlalZoJllrationI contractors uufnroed tho now nilos timejubxullunltour timet ongtloyctlrcclnttlyTho pIumbtTH were tho first to Unto ofthewho stopped are 500 plunjbora hodcnrricrn anti latxirorH anti 300 who quit are mainly onrnen s gas fitters And stave litters tlaranadoodntheIngallsI of time Islpnd A gunlswunthurtllroughout excellent nnd All loop much Improved health Ilrltlnh Hlenraer linking TomolllctJ steamSllverton ofAarhuusot+ groundedn I I i I CUlIf11L tl IIIftfi IW 1 1LH T1 j iI K i WHAT A FORMER AMERICAN SAYS t Doubled Their Cultivated lnnl1 Anti Mora Than Doubled Their StooU i Tho following letter written by Mr John Gumming of Wtuulowia Al ttddagtonIa only onu of n hundred iluiiur caw and what was done by Mr Cummingsa can more welly bo done to clay by an good sober and iHduetrtouk farjner t111 oboote to make hit horn Ila the Do minion Door Sir You went to know how I got slon since I oamo Into Konbrrn Alberta am happy to Inform you that I am uo t olbmlldI to toll Wo loos tbd lYe mils atfrthotut of i WetaakrwlH loft ParmlagteH Wash IntflOB on the Stth of May drlrtng all1 tilt ny Wo had time to build oar log homo the first fall nod to make us comfort able for the femlly Mud atock We the n bHllt fen stables IN120 iaalde so that we ooHld put rrtrjtulftjr laid them when tfce eoN got down to the aftlw cad worked pant getting up the stalle and gel tkrwufh dubbing on the let Dcotator Imt to our surprfe we had no MM for tW aiubln only for the milk cow sad two pn of hone Ihe list pnlrieJ ebMts The floor of two lIabtrw left epra for torn to go Into Ila a fOld tiwe bat they woW not do It but taped out OB the pnirtv UM eoUcat night we Lad and looked at spry aai rk1tI to tee rods back of my sad neat tea rfeldnita I know aq of iM4r Hrcametaiioiw Every one o them has duabted thlrculliatd load sad tfovbJed tbelr aalmaU sad a great I tOtIIJMItlftIcrop to tltk sad prospects of a fair P11eeI mid I exjMvt we are ae well coo trat 4 lot of Metl tt M Jkere are from PlorMa to the Kloadik My seta bought two pottada of twine to tM stare sad whoa wt Marled to brad OHM kidwe foaod that laetead of- taking two poaada to the teN It waa takiag nearly Aa poanda Toes you oe hi to bar eeen him bitch up a team sad melt for town for 100 ibis more- I eseaot my how It will thresh All I JKU s that It U well beaded sad taMe on eejonaoae ataoaat of twice llnslnr l Acumen OU JfMdMah Ire daeele to take row tat bawaeaa with BM aa so- wtdalthue vet bMk tows ttmr f I d INK ttMwdit ywt as BO t1 f flow- I hie4 then tsot Mt soma t Lt rowed UM Ylall es- the AIIII oIlIINt my ea I IIMwk boeiotaa nlit ae t iMte t be attt- II owed to fe t atet Ta Irrililrnt Kraeicrr Ahead PI i i ruhevaal SanUi Arra DetTlSli- Ma iii ltboNHir Cw 0e- nl I I I1H A UMttoMM j msr InI ni asd eoMUMMMVtioB ra mvW Ij i murk piaaMd WHk Uisilona ii i u bare M kto itf fivMi lint odnte11 bask drift to UM mossl ill la for wad wad MM twy H linI itnise ol Swaaaoas i I jiiiviiT XL l same aa Won ia ordar that aIr n it I Ii ill med MM wi t fr dttx neededuas it raa M us Tl 6ui inrni uafiaost dis oe dW i aa the 11 H rtmcat0f onranaf w t 1 tarp ij t t Tlua eons ia HtttMy for u IaUHJI that our MMMM oa the UttWMd iadw to a state raUat to tip UM of DNOnr ItacvaMtk tttro which baa rvneved sad prtwatcd a BTMI del of ud riac aianax Mr men ruM IU matMM Aenlgta sod other arat MJIM cMMaMrT Your A nnOItfF w aaaEfbla TnaMTMl toidur Ioft of a email1 gwnutyof eWUHS tGItft brwtth other MMMbciaea was raplarrd by the Hasneb wheelwarn a anal Iro to our ileaTriu UtM8 u Mf cL ii paD 1 fitn re ifMUu1ty yswrb1ICTIClt IiAA- B61itUlS ia tW toast powerful iwcifte wa IV fags opiate and lerfWUy rmiea It k a lfCieet cure for lthu stnpIi1esnigkk JIIQ dote 5110or three 3 boltaa W4NSONMrUIAT etsciritK co IW U 101 1 Lke St uue Ill Cnllnl It IliMrn Ytu vast a cIltte share I prMume t HMfbtil the fussy barber ai the dudolet dtmnYM tsW the chai- rAwbe pardo mid the youth but wealJ I Itail to cowpwht nt Peach for rtUtiDg down sn wend the leagist of the rlllor with a grin OR bis salt UfciewRO IlireBiBfi haw llnpc SpiIU llruniiia MMt nusrhabk trio Will Make n fol low rich dwiHl himself iif he nlanU a plsty t4a1rs catalog tell Sud lOc and Uiia ache lor ample a of abojr aid tie 81II- IM i Croaieil The lint 1rracrlpllnn fur Chill Ami Pcrer to a bnUte of anovBa TABTILDM CniuYleow UIs dmldylrunandqutalsrla uluAMtMH farm Nouuruuu jmy IrlcooOo hew did JIftI comato make up with Jim Heard some one MJ they were at iJlN sod creep and WM afmkl of the unlucky 13Tisza Topic To Cure ii rulil In One liny TaNe Laxative memo Qsinlno Tnbletll All tlnitail t rruii lin ioylfltfnllgtocuru l8c You mud txhavp youweU jf you hope to avoid worry oa guilty man von avoid worry ovtfr hi inUJwiaii AtBWa n Glow It rtIlultOt no oxpcrtncu to dye with SimplyytoilingI umoxswry deist1 1 1 by sill druggist The ptxHlnoM of our intentions never tx piPaiIThe Grip of Pneumonial may be warded oilmI TarPikusA man seldom tells the truth ahoyt hit biiiinem he exaggerates it one way or the cthtr Alchiwn OI bIfConsumptionto I PcottIt POOR COMMISSIONERS Win 1rriiilrnt line D clilcil to send Them nt Once to Iteplncc the 1111 itary Government nt Manila Wellington Feb 4 1rouldent Me IClnley boa decided not to wait for aoiifreM to sat on the mutter of re ptadng tlto military government by n olTll ndmtnlBtratlon In tho Philip lit II CHr reeognlBing that mush time will bo consumed In deliberating over planoi yavvrninent of tho Inlnndii omi bo adopted and that oleic thnn a month would bo required after that time for tho ofllulala to reach their thurotmostti pro govtimport of the Philippine oonunlMlon Mt t to uangmm KuturtUy According to pros out IntentloiiR the hood of tho now eonuiitMinn Is eventually to become tthe governor of the territory ol I the Philippine ltd iHKsrotary will bo comu the secretary of the territory And H third member fa to bo nelectod vith n view to hU quNllSmUonH for becoming the prMidlnr jmtlo of the tterritorial e wane court when It IIs establihal Among the moms who leave beon al ready mHYMMNl for membership of tMc coiHinMoti are Go ItoowwcU PnMttlpittI Hekunnan Itoburt P Porter Col Dcnby Jen Frederick II Grunt soil oxlllnUter Itarrctt It huts bean Ifound that Got Itooewelt and Pnwl deist Bchnrman can not be Induced to accept and various objections Imve possibleliool TREATYtOrt llrllnln IIHIiiitilalir All heir Clnliim llrniivollnv the Control of the Mcarnuuaii Cnnal WMblMKton Fob IITho United Mute nod Great Britain liavo reached mi HtHlonblo agreement respecting the ajton tlonn of tho Clnytonllulwor treaty an affecting the right of con tnwtloH and control by tho United States of tjio proponed Nlmnigtian oo MU Treat IlrltAliffagrccji to a modfloa tics of the CUytonlluhvcr treaty by which Mite itntcUeally rolluqutaheji arty clams raapuetlng the legal control of UM Nler rMn ONHH after It shall bare boos eoHfttruvtotl The remit ttortffon Is to eliminate that feature I of the treaty boarlHy on tho imbjtet of dwU control and to leave the United States free to ooiMtruot anti thereat tr contra this great Iniorocuanlc wn terway It te rumored that In return for the Hrltlah reHunrlatJon of rights under UM treaty the state department 1ms protttlaml n freo port In AlMku for CaiMdn A STRANGE SWINDLE Wrnllltr AVrat Ylralnln Sinn fllunii n Mnrclngn Grrfiflcmtv n AVIttirm Thnt Turn Up n Chrrlc Point PleflWKt W Vnn Fob 41-I Thorn u meiwbor of the Mason manly court aiul a man of woalth smut nlo buainuMi qualities was beaten out uf 14090 by A novel method toast week Tttwdny evening a stranger in nor loaf garb Mtoppvd at his JJOUKC nml oxplalnlngbl1tKho lied loot lilti way At 930a younglookinfr couple Strove up and ankotl to m dlrcotml to n min Jailor to be marrlcJ Thorns romantic turn oropMKl oat and hu Invited them In to be iimrriHl by the Itinerant minster The knot WWI tied and Thorn klicnifl the certificate an a wltncKS applesinFriday Thorn come to the honk Lore oust wiw untoulslnM to find that lilt check for 1000 had been washed He had Klgnctl it jHiynble to bearer through a alit in the narrlngo cortif kale Covrruor fur finiiMuu Iwipartv Ind Fob 6 Private ml vlcr received hero atattr that PrcHl dent McKlnley will thin week ofllcially announce the appointment of Hon Albert Coudcn of Mlchlguii City to tho ignition of governor of the Sa moon iftlandn Mr Couden is now 111I attnoho of the United Stateu envy with ofllclal rank nnd bin appoint inont IIJIH been urKttl by ironatorti Fair banns mid Iloverldfre Our Dnjr SIon tier- St Johns X F Fb IIn defer once to the dehlru of the IJritish inet Use Now Foumlland le cnbII wilt mcot In special session on Feb ruary 15 to renew time AnploFronoh modus vivondl respecting the trusty 1 shore The HOfwion will probably or j copy onlono day an tho country is unanimous in nupportlnjj such n pro- pos + th J Good 1rlcrn tor oUOItjj Montgomery Ala wets 3Spot cotton is nulling horn for eight cents and there IN grunt rejoicing Farm mortgagnH of 20 years standing ore hoing paid off The good prices of the J staple however threaten prosperity Overproduoton next year IB predicted Trititeil Iontolllco Clerk Arrested Chicago Feb 5ltonry Wnlnh nn old oust trusted clerk in charge of tho J mailing deportment of tho Chicago post attic was arrested by pONt olllce Inspectors charged with robbing the alls It is calculated that ValMi has robbed 5000 letters during tho past year William Stanley Hnnleton Drntl New York Feb 5 William Stanley the marine Is dead In Rome egad C4 years lie Was n native of- hiladelphia where Iris lather was a I wealthy merchant n WIT AVERTED A STORM The Capital Device of a Cnngre1- n to Cool III Wifes Anger In the seclusion of the liowe olwkroomi tstory is being told on a western in Wntier There are 357 men in tho house Threeua tired awl fiftynix are hereby rod utd dim any connection with the story TOO other mansod the other mans wifewill reeog niic toe truth of what is here recorded dtf1jeuiI blo by his better half and so as he l- 1kdtheo ld W I brain fer some plan to overt the lads s wrath An he entered the hull he MVtn thattheSeatJRhlmaeUt hiliIIndJ What arc you doing site IIIkti In n4t ural surprise It is three oclock my doar said he himfromfhOeftrtile next time he itay4 out lato Wattlns tou Post Ycats Stolen JlIu Another story that Vest told rektod to his eaadidacy for the leri teture ta JSOl against A S Walker The canvas WM ex eewimgly emitiag because of the near afp preach of war and all the nuwtjons toll dot to it were discussed with much ant ratios Chanrua and countcrcharees were nude lotk side knew that abut tfe votes either way would determine the contest and en the day before election Walker raked the point OH Yell that lie had r n HIRe pigs Tbe only way that Vet opWt meet the chane WM te acknowledge wallII- IIIngly that lie hadl the migt in his pen nd in bk ysemdon If lie hall gone furtaor and M1f that he had bought thanw h they hoped he would do they bad t nasty to show that ho had slat bo t them but Vat was too shroud to be pi t In the trap sod turned the aeeuMttti e with l laws and time nmark Use cant account for the way hb s get pigs st Ix uU Republic I The promise of a lover ore aa unreluble u taoio of a potiucianAtahion Globe T1ID MAU1C1ST8 I Cincinnati Fe ILIVR ST CattJe eemn 3 5ii81 tehera 4 I paekega4 4 Mixed piiern 4 7e- IIO 4 t lall iacia Ii LAJI U 4ii 7 6 10 r tt I- 3ftAINfNo rode No 1 Com It rellprnoVl8ION8Me rarkU UM t U4 Lard ii timothyBLKRC4otw IIcTdT01Ier brl 1G 1ty CHICAGO P1pVIIVlntr JateQt I 4e I 0- 0It tliSotrIraMM tA i 0 IiNJnta ora PO SIstA 1111 4II mss 3- 5I1ALTI IORIItOR KWheatNo S redrnICorn Mixed rgottOtern iI 111Hi5r1 I IDIAXAPOLIS O ItAIX WheatNo I i r4J mixed ntJIO I uy rnats s mixed Mb LOUISVILLE IOnAINWIIlHatNoI S K 71 4 9 bi G ro u Nervous Women mrm ailing women When m woman has some femao trouble site Is certain to be nervous and wretched With many women tho monthly suffering Is so great that they are for days positively Insane and tho most diligent efforts of ordinary treat ment are unavailing I I Compoundl comas promptly to the re leaf of those women Tho letters from women cured by It proves this This palsconstantly print ing them The advice ofMrs Pink ham should also bo so cured by every nervous woman This costs noth ing Herr address Is Lynn MasseIDrBulIs Cutes all Throat and Lung AlTectiona COUGH SYRUPf Getuieceiiulne Rtfusestibttllu- teiIS SUREDr En Ift tMli enrt Dytfitpita That tofarfC Candy oneof tho LIMBSThroat for Voeslltts lOttotoI v tTllULT IAN IN AMERICA Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many IWinters by Using PerunaJ i ZIr Isaac Brock Born In Buncombe Co North Carolina STarch 1 1788 Says 1 attribute my extreme old age to the use of Peruna y4 L1311111113d111LSlJdtBornI t Itsl hfromI Veteran of cbsrGcJiiI old Shod m horse I I Tf1FtftTflAfHft n y 1 J44- i31Alwaysi conquered the grippe F 1 1with Peruna h t Witness In a land suit at age a of 110 years r Believes Pcruna the great of est remedy of the age for CIIt tarrhal Diseases = jj1 at TTTT nffflftTfffftTftY iNNUWNUUilUmUmilVHImlNmcHNlRWIiiNlNNUNIVNUinlrJ rE1830A TODD RECORD =f900 I McCulloiighs Seeds have been sold on their merits for jg 62 years They give satisfaction they grow We do = not make alluring propositions of something for nothing 5 is We do sell the best Flower Vegetable and Farm Seeds at rlowest cash prices write and state your wantsyoull not be disappointed at results 3 Beautiful 1900 Seed Catatagui end Amitiurt GuidoStsent tree to thOse she ask lor It and mention this pa- perJEJnGDDLLDUGHSSONS 310318 VTAIXVT SI met 3rd ttUISb jfc CINCINNATI OHIO ralWNmmmmmmywmWmlmmfoHmmHN i I I SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHO- OTWINCHESTER f Rifles Repeating Shotguns Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells Winchester guns andIof the worldammunition arc the standard they do not cost any more than poorer makes All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods FREE Send name and address on a postal for 156 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns andII ammunition made by the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO 180 WINCHESTER AVE NEW HAVEN CONN 11 I j One of the great advantages of going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Belt is that you avoid the annoyances and dis comforts of changing cars necessary on other routes throughfrontThese trtn eArn Pullman SIepen at tilaht Parlor Oat Can dtirlnc the day nd Through Ooaehe snd Free Reeltning Chair Csre bets day attd nlrht The strrtee oompores tsvorably with that of any ted Intheowinur WrUo and ten nr wiser yew ore getne lend when ion well leave sd- will w tell you wbatyoar tlckst will wt sxdwhit fraln to toke hauke the tttlm ind ounwtloni Wo will MM wn4 11In Itttreitliii Illlta IxHtkltt A Trip ta Tests- p RI WYATT T P A Cincinnati Ohio W 0 ADAMS T P A Nashville Tenn 4 4IfIt SUTTON T P A Chattanooga Tenn g13W LnBEAUME Q P and T A St Louis 1o- alOLv C J C f J- U T I 0 Isaac Brock a citizen of McLennan f f l j County Texas has lived III years j He now lives with his soninlaw at Valley Mills Texas j I In speaking of his good health and extreme old age Mr Brock says I After a man has lived In tlio l jii world as long as I have h ought to have found out a great many things by experience I uOnc of the things I have found i out to my entire satisfaction is the I proper remedy for ailments that are due directly to the effects of the climate During my long life I have known a great many remedies for coughs colds catarrh and diar rhoea I had always supposed these affections to be different diseases but In rending Dr Hart mans books I have found out that these affections are the same and that they are properly called ca tarrhI had several long sieges with the grip At first I did not know that Peruna was a remedy for this disease When I heard that la grippe was epidemic catarrh I tried Peruna for la grippe and found it fa be Just the thing As for Dr Hartmans remedy Peruna I have found it to be tho best if not the only reliable remedy for these affections it has been my standby for many years and I attribute mygood health and extreme old ags to this remedy u Very truly yours For a free book on catarrh The Ohio Peruna Medicine Co oddrelII y1 THE CAIIOON 4 SEED SOWER Pow nil kind of trainae deleandtrnHeId can with Uyotmeaa to onethlnl done tnby lIalrr Seed and does the- worketlerthouItcan be done In anyotber v war Can you af ford to get along without It Costs but little Later a lifetime Anyone ran operate It U ICTtII B nHST lewaro of cbeap substitutes Send for free oireu Address000nELLCOUIANY It FOR leISSSemlp 14 7SJWe wUh to rsln this r1lkgCit Ivet1 I CaeumberIScI3larketLttaesltoII ryil31 tloDffDo luoII BrltltsntEluweEed ire Worth 100 for 14ctnU eLw- ADoreIOPkgararthLOawew111 rash you free wjortbor with OU Brut halo tllle all about suun MilliON IOLLAI fOUTaI I upon recflpl of this nut Ire A14e I stamps WelnTtUroortrad and 4knewwbenloaonretry + nl crlI Iredrouwill Deere do without 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etc etc JJHny f 3LPWSIIisonMARSE A Scene in a Texas Court Ool Tom Neal bhnaelf an old f Confederate soldier publishes thee following scene in a Texas coortI In his excellent paper the DlrsI burg Gazette Perhaps not wavy of tbe present generation will be I touched by the typical story but there ure some whose beads RndII t beards are white with the snow ofII a years who may not rend it with a steady voice or without tears well tag up in their old lyesIObancine to drop into the COUllII t ty court room or u Texas elllarrived just in time to hear theI judge say The court has couI sldered the motion for u new trial aud tbe same is hereby grnntedtt Tne prisoner is released upon his own recognizance Mr Sheriff adjourn court Jlmto an oh1II darky who was tbe NisouerSout come up to the bonte with meII Northll erner who had been raised to be I lieve that the color line was close Iy drawn in the South all seemed very stranger and 1 couldl hardly believe my eyes when I saw the I judge and tbe old darks walk offI together Inqnlry elicited no satisfactory information about this extraordi I nary case but tbe next morning I on opening my newspaper I was jl mach surprised and not n little pleased to find it reported in full tI as I followsThe attorney sat down and as he mopped his brow be gazed triumphantly at the judge J and at the young lawyer who rep resented the prisoner The latter I r was an old darks whose lace waRjj as black as tbe ace of spades During the trial his eyes had nov er once left tbe judge Fo do Lawd ef dat aint Mars Jim i ho had exclaimed when brought into tbe court room by a stalwart dep uty and two rows of white teeth bad been revealed by bis pleased smile Tbe testimony of witness es bad been of no interest to himI and be laughed scornfully when the young lawyer who bad been appointed by the court to repre sent him poured forth his college rhetoric My of Mars Jim gwlue ter fix bit lie whispered to himself The judge straightened himself and wiped his glasses solemnly The prisoner is found guilty as charged be said Has the prisoner at the bar anything to say to show cause why be should not be entedced t The stern look of the court cans ed tbe old darkys face to fall I 1 When be stood up his eyes were i1sDBrkllD with Indignation Yes sab be said 1 has sompen ter say an Is gwine ter ray bit Now tookey beab Mars Jim you knows r me jes as well as I knows you Is known you ebber sence you was knee high ter a duck an yon f aint nebber done notbin right mean till jest now Dey brought me in heab on tole me I stole a sbaot Bat I I didnt tink nolhin ob Bat an you j nebber did befoah till Jest now I f come bean aftab justice I thought I was goin to git it cause you was tj judge t Marie Jim down you membab I was yo body earymt durln wab Didnt 1 use ter raBBle I WidotgruD for you an yo chum when raibius got shot An didnt you use to smack YO lips ober my i cookln an Bay Jims a powerful foragerS Why I stole ohik J Jgoodan turkeys and shouts for W you olefin from Obattannoogu ter Atlanta You didnt say anything agin bit then no salt an hi wants f ter know if bit was foragin then 4S huocome it it stealm now And down you tnembab Mars Jim dnt one day yon come ter me and say Jim tomorrows Ohristmus a I Iand weve got ter ball a fine I ispread M An didnt I git out an steal a turkey er ham an er bot I tie ob dew drop whiskey And didnt yo invite yo brndder offl a core in nex tiny an ardor thing jell eanlouH mid iiiuku urn opoi des eyes If hit wilt lorauin duo rill do wnb huccouio hit denim now Yes eu doauyofwembah Mnroe Jim when you was shot ell dc Yanks took yo prisner nt Po teraburgt Didnt yo gib me yo1 gray uniform and n luck ob yo huh en yo sword iiiul didnt you say kinder hoiiraellke Take em ter herf Eu did nt 1 tiiku em ter her I toted dent tings tru do breah er hundred nines tin weu 1 come to do front gate dull stood Mid Emily En when she saw me didnt she hut tint little bald headed baby dat you was HO fund of up close an cry lies duid hes diildl Eu when I ups mull says so he ulut duid Vise Emly Do Yanks jea got him en hell bo homo blmeby didnt the tours ob joy come pouriu down en wash erwuy tho tears ob grid Now look heap Mars Jimmy old woman ah three piukan tiled Is ober hoah ill or log cabin In do woods near Jim Vilsona pasture Dey haint got not hiti to eat en when I cornea by Saui Jnhiialnga hog pen de yuther day und does dat skinny shunt dot honest ter Quwtl was NO ponli dat you hud to tie er knot in his tall to keep him from shpin tween de pnlina 1 Jet begun bra gill nglu You cant wall ll slealin hollow cud Ise gwiner Ipay Murne Johnaing bank jes ax soon es toy ole sow has pigs You itlu1 goin to sent yo old body eurvinl to de pen fo dat is you Mars Jim Tnrre was a silence in the courtroom for a moment The old law tern who lied at first laughed at what the old darkey saul were very quiet The stern feature ot the old judge had relaxed There was doiuethltii moist In his eyes told IIP wiped them furtively Fi naily he sKid The court hug coiidldiTed the motion for a new trial anti the slime is hereby grant ed The ittisoner ta released on his own recognizance iir Simon I iff adjourn court Jim you come up to time house with moIAnd these were the words which I entered the court room in tlumel- to i hear OttOlL liUANcn HuttonIThe Marksman Presses the A new triggerlesH and hammer less gnu thai has been Invented by a man named Thompson of Birmingham England if it fulfills all that lu expected of it should become popular Instead of pull ing u ttripper one presses a button The mechanism of the look I bammerlesslcbnrtlctor ton which is in the small part of the stock protected by a light guard similar to those used for bamuierless guns There is only one button for a double barreled gun and by an Ingenious arrange ment It can be worked to fire both barrels right and left or left and right us tlio case may boIXMgbt of Terror- Awful Mixioty was folt for the wid ow of the bravo General Burnham of Uuchiua Me when the doctors said stir would dio from pneumonia before morn ing writtt Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fenrfnl night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which hail more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept ell night Fur Ularlve110nsall Throat CliNt and Lung Diseases Only COc aud 100 Trial bottles free at all drug stores fThe ladies of the Episcopal Church will give an Oyster Supper at tho city Bakery tonight Everybody InvitedIICoffee drtukon will much higher prices for coffee during theI present year according to exports on the Now York Coffee Exchange The low prices of the last few yours have driven tho coifeo planters of South America out of business and tho result is that the outlook for time next crop is not an orIgnulzat10nEvery member must sign a pledge hilt ho will not use tobacco during 1100 The rules provide that if any member shall break his pledge he must wear on tIll lapel of hits coat a badge bearing in big letters tho words I Have No Backbone to Another ulna claims to have discovered a now ehxor of life but people j have lost faith in life giving elixors and i euro alls Of the best known olixerof lifo discoverers who have lived during tho past six thousand years only one is recorded us having reached the ago of 100 years ono eighty years one 7u cud all others having passed away at ugcs ranging from 44 toOa years These fig ures are tho best commentary possible popolularglued his eves to hers which were of a deep violet color than lies heart to beat with rapidity A choking sensation pervaded his outiro being and but for tho presence of an arm chair he would have fallen uucouoions at her feet Housing himself with an effort he possessed himself of her hand and apprised her of his affection to witch she responded in excellent French Working Night amid hay Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that over was mado is Dr Kings New Life Pills These Pills change weakness into strength listlessness into en orgy brain fag into mental power They are wonderful in building up tho health Only 25o per box Sold by all druggists IUJUSB OP TilE PENSION SVSFJUI As an Instance of how tit pelm slun system of the governijrent Is being abused the Phllatiejplili Times calls attention to tb foot that i a single lns6nehU8Qtt K 0 1 irmeat that never was undr flro that spent but n short time lit Sun tango after tho surrender tJIho Spanish army line today liliPplications filed for pensions or more than half of tho entirl hum bore1bls hits been done chiefly or wholly by time pension sharks getting access to the lolls of the nppoRIIIplication for n Donsidn The Times wauls tho pension sharks kicked out and warns the pets sion veterans of our civil warauil the soldiers of our war with Spm + tim nod tho Pillpinos that unless tins is done our pineion system mat provoke revolution Tno Titiie is not the only Northern paper that tine boon driven to opvui protest against tho rowing fraudsl in the punolon system lu the eai fort to lining about n reform time Southern papers have had their inning The Northern papers now having taken up time work we shall watch fur the result hope fuily but yet with tinny uijopv mrlg ills Chiongo Journal IH nutbir Icy fur that statement that the greatest corporations in the t dyi Including tho Pullman Oar CoM limo street oars gnu and electric ulpaedfromt In plain violation of law uud the leilsion of time supremo court m test oases S IJO Sent oapreu charges pre a ttttmf b1M f Dranufee 1 lHalted free nor and a 2 cent stamp pins s tIJIII- JJ a a1N rallfo- droI etc- t Ok MlUlito Ir a Buckle Malted tar I cut oilUvl sliver tiaat ttrottg and uNuualds Sliver 1 e i l I nrbri l Lather haUl + nlckeleI Ladies THE OF 1900 politic of the great potliltnl IlIh I tleV ere now Mac Termed and the eaudl Umw i8l1lool volte f the pee ilt as rr nr lrd hjr ballot m the epprnhll- IBC 1rwliUatml elcvttoH ih poliej of I lie nallun fr Ike next decade BUrl Ititvo limit study the rell qllelln That are io Mille be lure the people rldeen be dour nlj- through itae me of a nw pa per is w the thereto ter Veter lo wibMrlb for the JIn1wen reliable newspaper ebuinaul The l lUpublio the whole slid nf iwlltle news While hiU Utlse orailt It puMUkei tbe new regard I- e1IUtI1l I Psrrlen without prejudice IIni- fleKPtjiM and new server U in- liertor u 1111 II oj tiller peps Its M4la feature are the Iu teat ll- i the piper fr that Urge If read em who affenl do net line as cote a tbe dally piper AtioiHleti lg also filled le the Htpiib Ilie Sunday Macaiflie bf i II luiriteHi Une Nee w girth tine iiihearlp arise 1 up fiportal ileta l j thi twit Hisrarjr uloni embrac A rurleij f curreHt fnbjccl tf nrwi News feature of ab rWng In- tenet lire titeatratsd ced far she ba rfti f IIImtsdte the 1Mb tORt ore h sN4 a lf ItliMtraiwI pitbli tisnday Muteu b always lame- riota to f the ram 111I The e wkM r piiH f the Bernl Weekly KpabltIU 1 tie peri year Th vjMfciU SuMajr 1IsRstte1 II 1 M tier- J1ar BSII 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