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EstablishedcBunking Prnciplcs IDIEEOIOESItT TYLER 0 A HOLOOMBE J NAYLOR W H BALTZER J W COWQILL W MoODTOHEN M B 8HAV i t Mr Jorgenhausser 1 Used to Worry I BcUMe his atlvcrticBomcnts in tlifc local papers didnt seem to attract attentiondidnt draw a crowd to bis store and help him to sell goods it itNOW HE DONT WORRYI Why Because ho has found that he can yet fifty firstI j rate ode chuck full of fiujgffitiou the best thut are ap i gearing in his line in newspapers the country over for u dollar und that with their help it is nitre pluy to arrange ads which fill the bill to u I You can do the same All lines Send u dollar to AD SUPPLY BUREAU fR Devonshire St Room 24 BOSTON MASS Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS for Gall and see our Stook Everything up to date MARY BKRENDKS S Co Es Fs REMfcEY P AttorneyatLaw jfr omoo up ataira H olcombo Build lug HIOKMAN KENrUOKY win practice lu all Court of tho Btato 1e u 1rE31 BaribttI SuecMtor lo + vrnrDtretebrink DKAtKR IN Fancy r roceiies andI Provisions aiOKMAN KBNTUQKY Ii FREE DELIVEUY tjt Telephone Store No 04 Res idenoo No 00 DR SIK DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Offlne over OowgiH R Ouwgll- lPr 6 Store 1 IX SUE TIME Uoetols AsiRiilHB mil ho T I Up t Frankfort Feb 12 Deteell toy believe wore than ov t t lHBJ HeiOiB MONhUltietjr tJ- lea F f tjtHoti t l tI it iI theGoebel assanslnallon Jitlpe1 clotted that ho had nothing to dlAbe with ihe shooting but several nd missions led the polce to betifVF lljat lie knows more abut itt IHe told the police that Holland Vliitt taker under arrest nt Lnuistllltf can tell about It If be will andl ur1 prominrltrepahiloaut neI way saying the litter could clear him If he would Older WillianiB said to day thal detectives sire in possession ofN great deal more informiillon thx uesthey have Risen out and the thinks It certHln tbe entire eo piracy and till parties noniipcted with It will be unearthed Jone themuted that he will nmkp n pnitl statement some tiny next week Peanuts have been rccotnuieudetl by possiblefooddoubt tho hops will welcome this idea nrcIlhoughtdelightful goober Hatimn nature is as strong iu boys us in other poople n THESTEttESTAB I ili Ilvory and Feiil Hiulilv Below Post oflice and opposite R B 8H01l1eadatiou given Your patronage soliditaeed C E EAKER General GxroceriIIj I Powell Block Clinton St j J Hating purohaettlllhc Grocery Sioeklf r Ll r plerrrJdare J IUd Choice Uaryelne j A P OLIVER aJrJ i l Blacksmith and Undertaker i HIOKMAN KENTUOKY I 1iE A TRIAL when you ws 1 GIVE uulttlU repairWagons1also kep a full line o- fUndertakorf I Goods Common ROIOOOI and Hold BUoIr 1 Wklunl Coffin and Caere which cat br reuseeJ prices Qlretu3M tail A Shop near the Jnll JJt NEWS A l fit Tko Oaaken Ualoa o- C cityftII I Najd OityIInpadpie of Uniofc City ity reo the ntboritiee de not aIIIHIltl HcrtMtiOM in church or glee 1oaC 0 abundant garfish M to of mail pdx I Lirtt Fade ia vtoltl K M Mtiii TeBrevardiA kSaturd trlyfeJHWIIIedthe roatoWlcddowCompany Bob te OHO of the expert window dressers is the Union City CowCowier meHyn footers ot IndduM llliaoi as 1 ey ak a rule were broaght fay ot Corn bread m the ma- 1y11 hen we were JRarriMII the lovewltktJte1IttI neadIUI eeikoed the twang wife dry gr aelockI MiboIRifei dJeherl1aartfdarepILMMcyntQilrobfivesSterlKy fr slosst 1thatlajurAdJ anft e EhbpdrtCrrti T nMller than they ever are at this sea oi of tlw year It biM not M yet bee 4 entirgk tJaw winter to hart th- t I Itrees acrd froth tiree pteeent out ftraft LIMii OJ ar p e iway i iiiiito tho wall Boycott the noel trust honest Quit the soap trust and dirty Boycott the tobacco and chow ingJ gum trusts chew tho rag Quit the I1nybodytrust dont get marrie Quit thewh s J key trust drink buttermilk and each ipill tea fait the oil trustgo to bed at tusk Boycott the cod trustthe next world will bo hot t n ngh for some of you to funks up for any cbilllneaa 1 this one In a New York courtroom the oth day two boys were soundly spanked i the presence of trio judge and vSsi totsGI for stealing apples and breaking brand off the trees When the boys were poltcrrj o gOlltYlluddeserved e policeman to hand hIs belt to the direr1ne spank with tho belt The boys were the ca ones who saw nothing funny in ti situation A duel was fought by two men named Shott and Nott Nott was shot and Short cans tinf In tiffs case it ia hotter td bo Shott thou Nott There was rumor that Not was not soot but- Ibnt Shott was shot notwithstanding CircnuiHtanttiil evidence is not slave j gad On trial it might appear th tho shot Shott shot shot Nott or it might bo possible that the shot Shott shot shot Shott himself when the vbolo nfflllr would be as at first ud Shott would bo shot and o would not Wa think however th the shot Shott slot shot not Short but Nott but anyway it is hunt to tell who shot J W T Noonon Dead I f Mr W T Noonon one of the oldest sad most highly respected citizens of Fulton County died at his home this County on Wedncsday night at 11 yearsI InIIcounty not a more just upright citizen Largo Standing Army h At the preeeut time the Hrmy IH oninpiiNpil of an N Strength of OiUUO but this fort IN authorized only until July 1 1901 uftor which uulevs fresh leg ihhttion Intervenes the army willI oe peafootlug re Hirengih huthorized prior to Ithe war with Spain which was 27 men Iityureaee desired will be to make the regular army number 100 QUOI jiion Demoorats should reoojj nlzo this proposed Increase of bei HtHiullng stilly and 8houll nott t Q1iiralNUt to Inform thO people of b Uhe plans formed by the imperial IIIItII That New Faraeas Agreement That Taylor Kefasett to Sip fThe text ottheagreement reach ed by the conference on Monday sight follows For the purpose of ending byI proper fflutartl concessions the unfortHimte condition of political affaire BOW existing In KtStitncky A conference waa this dRY held hnafsvllle In which the ftub pulletlea1 e ly detemlned to recommend x I J arrangement of the dlmealties n P on tbw following IIHBIB WOULD NOT DISPUTE 1 That shoBld a reaolution b p Asaem6ldJ during Its present session in j dill neaeiou of the two lioHHpa daulti- glu that the notion heretofore Ia en by the General Assembly didj I invest Wm Goebel with the titleI Ottmatodn BPbink baaa with the title to the amos of Ueatenant Governor of this Con MionweaUh as of aald date Hit GttNofthe said titles respectively Aiseeably peso the raaolntion statedj IH the foregoing paragraph iim MBBity ftiiall be extended to AII persona from aU sooaentlone rrow Hng oat ef political acts done it the eonreata for the oiltI of Governor and Lieutenantt Governor byUaer AR8emblrhall s MondltYFshli ape as may be neoeusarv under lawfjjul l eto BlatEhetlosg poemptp t I Taenday Fjeb 13tb 1900 or ant I each later irate as It may deter UKI it i1lsa fiteriihaeW Uti n0 Joi ahIt eicpedlogI nt PARTISAN FEELING 6 That it la earnestly request wd of both parties that in the con slileratloo and determination pending contests for the offices of Representatives and Senators alll partisan considerations Hliall ho eliminated aa far as muybe i nut this provision shall not be re lhuaearrt lust the present General Assembly shall provide an abs o IIntely four anil nonpartisan alep theFtection to therjixl that he ahullI have the lullest liberty to oust Ida anlystunlrd II1 1 eloouoothe fullest protection in the ilia charge of their duties pORslhlefromnow on duty nt the sent of gov eminent shall be withdrawn undj togasitofixI the public pease 8IgnPI1John 0 FulJ Balhird Signs1nf BreoklnrfdgeUro Phil B Thompson Jr E T Lil lard Thompson1Ve Jo bVJTax on the Ieoplo I According Congressman Wll liains of Illinois u member of the Congressional Committee on In rMolar n mNit holding of the Philippines save to the monopoly Interests is not I eI1 C S Senator Bevoriilge in ii fulnone nugget of gold Npeeon The Philippines Mr Williams points out have already dust Ibe 1 country u total of 8170000000 one years tax 82 on every Amerlt one lIe estimates that the atCnual cost of governing these ills taut islands will thugs frow 910th000000 to l 000000 for which attaxpnyera will receive uo direct toenefit As to the American farmers he says they could nu ofPVQ In tbo riilllpyluQ clitouto r r 1 STATE COURTS SUPKBME+ e G Will Settle Kentucky Affaire 1 0 S Court Refuses to Interfere The now famous agreement ae tto the Kentucky Goveraoiship entered into by seven proniaeat t Republican sedate Kid seven reprdhbcoarse twee therefore of no offset The Republicans took their Pcases before the United States District Uoart at Cincinnati eeek t tYraDemocraticI ii- r nor State offices from exereiuag thekdes bat Judge Taft the Jadge of that court decided that that eeurt kid DO jurisdiction aad that the State courts must decide the laatttr The Democrats have broaghl silt before the Circait Jadgeat eorgetown to possess BackhaM tbe office of Goyeraor sad to dispossess Taylor and it will be decided in a few days aid lame diately appealed to the Cart of Iof Appeals It Ie said also that tbe BepabJlfians will file a similar salt before some ether Clreait Jadge IB all probability these salts ID the State coarts will settle till whole iratterIloweverlaetwset when the Deaoeiata ebtaiaed aa injunction before this same eearl Taylor gave Mjheed te It exeset attest the irtl bailiff who came to eerrJthe aaanmeai But since he has freed that et truer dismissed tbe larger Bart ef itthe nihtia recalled the BepablU CaR pert of the Leglalatare frep L3Qjl98vnd liven eoaseat fern t l I MirtcftPtrtitState Capitol The Bepablleaa branch thereof are meeting there and tbe Democrats in Loatsville theofmilitia is dismissed Tbe indiea tlona now point most certainly that tbe Democrats will return and whatever may be tbe dcola jtons tbe State Courts that that deolsioa will be obeyed and re spooled bv all concerned aud that law and order will benoeforth revail KIJLLING OF ILOIJIS De JfONTCOWIT BUSINESS TROUBLES Shooting Took Place at Sapper Table Both are i ell kaoxa Laaber mss No Arrest MadelfOarnthersville Democrat H Grogau shot and killed Lew DeMonicourt at the saw ralllf about two miles from Oooter at 30 lust night The Informa coon came hero by telephone coat Tyler this morning and as yet the full detaild ot the affair are not known The trouble as told the Demo oral by wire from Tyler occurred at tbe boarding house of will Cus uldy where DeIontoourt was stoppingUeMontoourt sappertinhim there said Hello old man I yon here or something similar drew his pistol and fired several shots all taking elect DeMontoourt fell out of the door on tbe ground dead Gro salt reloaded his pistol went oat out anti put his foot on DeMont court and fired two more shots Ttie two men hall formerly beta partners in the sawmill business They halt the big mill where the tragedy took place They dlspos of time mill however and Bob nowieThe two partners fell oat over their settlement and It IsI snppos ed that this led to the killing partaHers In the firm of DeMontooart OHara large lumber dealers at airo III arrestedis 1 the mill and evinced ne desire got away SBo has been attested and is held at Oarallierivllle Mo 4- Vt r 1- e tIll e The Eicliiuan Courier 4 GEORGE WAIUIEN Publisher i mcFMa1Nj r KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS The first newspaper advertisements appeared in 1652 There aro 219 national banks in operation in Illinois During the last two years 41375 men have been killed in battle The present season has been ono of particular benefit to oyster farmers Cape Town is ordinarily calculated as 22 days distant from Southampton- A lawsuit which lies lasted over a century has come to nn end in Ire landIThe number of languages anti dia lects spoken in the world amounts to 8064There was less poultry buying In London at Christmas than for many yearsIn 1350 Texas raised 53072 bales of totton Now she raises 12000000 bales annually 1hcre are 38 yeomanry regiment In England with a muster exceeding 10 000 men- The sales girls in a New Jersey town have starteda crusade against the aso of slang Itis supposed that the average depth f sand in the deserts of Africa Is from 10 to 40 feet The queen of Greece is said to be he finest nccdlcwortm among European royalties- The first attempt to manufacture c pins in this country was made soon after the war of 1S12 Fdrtythree per cent of the fruit trees in southern California arc orange sad 15 per cert lemon Female bootblack are increasing rap Idly In France They wear a costume tot unlike that of nuns The longest continuous nm of a rail ray train in Europe is that from Paris lo Constantinople 1021 miles in Gay hoursThe olive crop of the past year of southern California including pickled olives and olive oil was estimated at nooooo the number of Irlshme who have Seen prominently associated with the trlsis and the war in South Africa is remarkablePottery In Great Britain anti lie United States of America are draw lug up n priee list t 0 ern prices In both countries Mrs Gladstone agaliied her RSth birthday recently a 11the bells of Hnwarden church were rung in honor occasiontA volunteer yin a Colorado regiment at Manila has been cured of stutter Ing by being shot through the throat by n Mausur bullet A book published in Japan 1909 years ago notes that at that time goodI silk way already produced in 3fi pro Incas of that country- In the London meat market lias been told a consignment of frozen kangaroo tails which are said to make a soup more savory than oxtail The French government IB perfect Ing arrangements for the transporta lion by rail of torpedo boats of small size in the event of war In Devonshire the cycle has boon np k plied to butler making A man sits on his bicycle pedals and l y menus of n chain turns the churn The postnl money order service ic New York for 1803 amounted to W 031762 For IfWO it amounted to 115 4SS0Z8n gain of SX5407146 The former military camp at Mon I tank Point which n few months ago t was fairly alive with American sol Biers Is now only a wild waste Thus far in the year Cuba has bought from the United States three times as much as it did in 1SOS In value the increase was 13180000 The wood of the redwood tree never decays it Is said nnd fallen trunks which have been overgrown byold forests are as solid as the day they fill Prof A J Henry for 20 years in the weather bureau service will fill the vacancy caused by the death of Prof II A Hnzen At present Prof Henry is chief of the meteorological cns division Each battalion chief of the New York fire department Is shortly to be- T supplied with n pocket telephone which nyjy be affixed tp any tire box I tie arid will then onabl the operator tc talk directly with headquarters The ry ittaehrcent Is simple and the device It1 will dpubtleas surprise moat Iwo l pIli to learn that fury soldier of the British army who is captured by thee nemy gets his pay stopped at ones Therefore the 2000 English warriors whonVe now playing football on the a race course at Pretoria aro in no sense of the word wage enrnurs I Iloswell Reardsley of North Inns ing N+ Y is said to be the oldest post l master in tho service of the Untied f States Ho was appointed In 1888 when r John Quincy Adams was president and j John McLean was postmaster gen eral Ills salary was fixed at the mil t 1 niflccnt sum of 12 a year Tie is 11 R years old- FormerG Senato Tnga is mother Is t t i itllllhlng at the ng of 00 years She j r tires in Boston and recently sent the R senators family three slumber rotors r AwhIch she knitted her self 1Theawwal consumption of cotton p by the mills of tho Ituaainn empire for I the last few years lies been more than 00000 tons the amount showing t eteady Increase for many years Germnny is n more bookish country than either Great Britain or the Unit ed States The historical novel KkJ kenhard In now in its lG4th edition BakpJtliigcn Is in Its 237th L- Ii q nn A WORK FOR THEM Dr Talmage Preaches on the Duties of the Strong Rc yon lullltle ItcMtlnpr Upon Those Vlio loescaa Pliynlcnl Power to Mo the lorI Work Tito- Valup of IletillhC- opyrlBht 11Q4 by Louie KtepataJl In this dlscourse Dr Talnmja sets forth the responsibility of those whO aro strong and well at in a former discourse ho preached to the diaatitad and tho shut in text Judges 141 Au1 Samson went down to llmnath Tlere are two sides to the character of Samson The one phase of his lift if followed Into particulars would td minister to the grotesque and tilt mirth ful nut thus U a phat of hit char actor fraaght with lessons of solemn and eternal Import To these graver s onE we devote our sermon This giant no doubt In early life gave evidences of what he WitS to be It is almost always so Titers were two Nnpolcone the boy Napoleon and the man Napoleon bat botk alike two Howards tke boy Howard and the man Howard but both alike two Samsons the boy Samson and the man Snmion but both alike This giant was no doubt the hero of the playground and nothing could stand before his ex hibitions of youthful prowess At 18 years of age he was betrothed to the daughter of a Philistine Going down toward Timnath n lion came out upon him and although this yung giant was weaponless he seised the monster by the long mane and shook him as a hungry hound shakes a March hare and made his bones crack and left him bjr the wajslde bleeding under tbo smiting of his fist and the grinding heft ef his heelThere he stands looming up above other men a mountain of ilech lilt arms bunched with muscles that east lift the gate of a city taking an atti tude defiant of everything Ills hair had never been out and it rolled dowiIn several great pinks over his shoulders adding to his Wk fierteneu and terror The Philistines want to conquer him and therefore they must find out where the secret of his strength lies There is an evil woman living Iin the alley of Sorek by the name of Delilah They appoint her the agent in the race The Philistines are secreted In the issue I building and then Delilah goes to workII and coaxes Samson to tell what is the secret of his strength Well he says If you should take seven withes sash is they fatten wild beasts with and put them around toe I should be per ectly powerless So she binds him with the seven green withes Then she laps her hands and says They come 1 the Philistines and he walks out ts though there wore BO impediment She COAXes him nfsin suit sates Now rail me the eeeret at this greet strength and he rtpUNIMIl you should take some ropes tlwt have never seen used and tie we with them I- mould be just like other nen 8ht I tied him with the ropes claps her hands Il tad shouts They apme the Pbllis tined He walks Ait as easily aa he I lid before not a fcfat obstruction J she coaxes him agaln and hesays XOIIl it you should take tafte seven long plaits of hair and by this house loom weave them into a web I could not fflII sway So the house loom U rolled up and the shuttle flies backward aadII forward and he bine plAits of hair arjj ivoven into a web Then the claps her hands and says They carnethe Philistines He walks out as easily as ie did before draggimg n part of the loom with himII But after awhile she persuades him to tell the truth lit says If you should take n razor or shears and cat J ifft this long hair I should bOo powerless and in the hands of ray enomlnII Samson sleeps and that the may not wake him up during th process of I shearing help is called In You know that the barbers of the oast have such i skillful way of manipulating the headI x this very day that Instead of waking ip a sleeping man they will put a man rIde awake sound asleep I hear the I blades of the shears grinding against each other and I see the long locks tailing otTo The shears or razor accom plashes what green withes and new ropes and house loom could not do Suddenly she claps her hands and say a The Philistines be upon thee Sam man He rouses up with a strugglo jut his strength Is all gone He Is in the lands of his enemies- I hoar the groan of the giant as they ake his eyes out and then I see him foellnghiliThe prison door It oren and the giants thrust In He sits down and puts his lands on the mill crank which with ixhaustlng horizontalI motion goes day after day week after week month aft tr monthworkwork work The fensternation of the world In captivity puncturodrrlndlng First of all behold in this giant of the text that physical power is not always an Index of moral power He was a huge njsn the lion found It out lad the 30flfe men whom he slew found it out yet lo was the subject of petty revenges and ontgianU by low pus ilon I am tar from throwing any dis credit upon physical stamina There ire those who seem to have great admiration for delicacy and kkkHness of anyloryWbatcvtr effort In our day JIs made to make the men and women more robust should have the favor of ovcry good Jitlzen as well as of every Christian Gymnastics may be positively religious Good people sometimes ascribe to A wicked heart whattbey ought to ascribe to a slow liver The body and the soul are such near neighbors that they often catch eacFotber diseases Those who never saw a stole day and who like He cules show the giant In the credl J have mWo to answer for than thoE who arotho subjects of lifelong Itles IiiHown t physical energy Indicative of spiritual1 power If a clear head is worth mo i than ono diary with perpetual vertigo If muscles with tho play of health I them aw worth more than those drawnic tip In chronic rheumatics if on cyp J quok to catch passing objects Iis i than one with vision dm and uncertain then Gal will require of us cllielenoy just in proportion to what He liar given us Physical energy ought to be a type of moral power We ought to have as good digestion of truth as we have capacity to as lmilste food Our spar itual hearing ought to be as godn our physical hearing Our spirit i ltaste ought to bear clear as our tongQci Samson In body we ought to be glnntsj In moral power It is a most chnmcfnl fact that muo of the bnilncM of the church and of tho world must be done by those coirpnrjip lively Invalid Ilirhard Ratter brifa ton of Ida dittatrr all1 hit drys sltUn In the door of his tomb vrt writing more than 100 volume and ferdiBjfB 1 an influence for God that w il QJ- ulonruthStintIrlutlnan F i J ward PYlOn never know inJC a w day yet how he prearhrd and howcI wrote helping thousands of dyll souls like himself to swim In the sea glory And llobrrt McPhevne a tal Ing skeleton yet you know what hdll l In Dundee and how he shook Scotia with era for Rod Philip Dnddrld advised by his friends because of his I nets not to enter the ministry yet yoi know what he lid for the MItl ai Irogr f of Religion In the church the world It Iis not the small weak men ef tti day who do the damage These II ni men who gc swearingtad loafing abou your stores and shops and baakini houses attalllng Christ mud tile band the ebarrh they do not lie the damage They have no aflMCMte They art vermin that you crush with yen r foot Dut It It time filanU of the day the misguided giantx glattta Ila physic al power or giants In mental oumva or giants In social position or giants tin wealth who do the damagethe mea with sharp pens that stab reilgltm aad throw their all through ur litIncaeraturt the who use tUt power ef1 wealth to stnctloa Iniquity and briba Justice and take truth and honor how to their golden scepter Xflttntldrd gl tIlook out for them In tbe middle and tttttr part of th last century M doubt there were thousands of wa In Paris aad Edinburgh and London who hated God and blasphemed the neme- otbllmigbty t but they did hat little mischief they were small men Insig nificant men Yet there were giants IIn those days Who ran calculate the roulI I havoc of a Koaaseau going on with aI ery enthusiasm of iniquity with flerjr imagination sciriag upon all lbImpel- slue natorws of his day or UaUtftijMr wb tapleyd his life as a spider ens ploys its summer la spinning oat sitlb en webs to trap the unwary or Voltaire till mot learned man of hit day mtr abasing a great host of skeptics and leadins them out In the dark Isnlof 1 In fidelity or Gibbon who showed in un rnulroliabl grudge agalti t religion in his history of oat of the most ftsHrat Ing periods of the world rxlrtenrr The Decline tad Pall of the Ro- mElllpla hook In whirb with all the aplendar of his genius he masrnifpd terrors he of Christian dlteiple while with a sparseness of noUN that never ran be forgiven he treated of the Christian he roes of whom the world was not worthy Oh men of stout physical health men of great mental stature men of high social position men of great power of any sort I want yen to under stand your power nail I want you to know that that power devoted to God will be a crown on earth to you typical of a crown in Heaven but misguided bedraggled In tin administrative of evil God will thunder against you with Ills condemnation In the day when millionaire and pauper mnstei sad slave king and subject shall stand side by side In the judgment and money bags and Judicial ermine and royal robe shall be riven with the light ningsYou who are seated In your Christian homes compassed by moral and religious restraints do not realize the gulf of Iniquity that bounds you ea the north and the south and tho east and the west While I speak there are tens of thousands of men and wom en going over the awful plunge of an Impure life and while I cry to God for merry upon their souls I cry to you to marshal in the defense of your homes your church and your nation There I it a banqueting hall that you have nrrrr heard described You know all about the feast of Ahasiierus where 1000 lords sat You know all about Delshazztrs carousal where the blood of the murdered king spurted Into the faces of the banqueters You know of the scene of riot and wassail where there was set before Aesopus one dish of load that cost 400000 Hut I speak now of n different banqueting hall Us roof is fretted with fire Its floor Is teasel lated with lire Its chalices are chatted with fire Its song is n song of fire Its walls arc buttresses of fire Solomon refers to It when he sayt Her guests are in the depths of hell Our American communities are snf fcrlng from the gospel of free lovlsnt which 10 years ago was preached on the platform sal In tome of the church of tide country I charge bllghtrdinnumerable FreelovismInternalwith many thousands of divorces any orIUIJIanone day before dinner It has rowed up cloprmonts north south east and west You can hardly tnJUl a pa Ptr but you read of an dopomcnt 1s far as I elm uutcratllui the 110 thistbsEI Jelies wife and everywife somobodj elses hutbaml They do not like out ffChristian organisation of society and thtmiwretches of one sex taking tho wretch morroRnornintr for the great Sahara desert jiptil1 the tlmoom shall sweep seven oarIS SkMtnf caravan for the next 100 yon xMirinR back one nilcerable bone of theft n areal Free lovltm I It UI the c able distilled cornet of nut vomlca itvlmnc and adlor tongue lover Juili societygoes bark to the old Bible Jjii heart Its eulogy of purity RndlIts Jithtwa crlnllanncr untilI lii m will this evil be extirpated I nfJHohl also la this giant of the text a- ti tiCjft In time giant of our own century Aat physical Rower mutt crusts theimMJIxt hog ago went away He fought uIjlieu Ile fought the phinUnet tt tOIId fiht nythfag but death havefiaired a longer grave hat the llMoTcrtheicts wit hit terminus llifclf then we are to Iw compelled to n out of thin world whir are we to t01 This Ixvly andp1ul moot soon t What shall he time deUry oft former I knowlust to dust It ubat hll bl the destiny tt UH jcr chI it ripe into the compaa IMNhP of the wiiitc robed whose alas 1l8Jri1 1555 slnn or will It lf down nc the ir cllvlnir who tried t- In the world and sate their cools went swindled out of lath Hlett tJ God we have a Chtwplon lie o ttrird la tie able A CbamfOoa who hat conquered death and hl and rite iit seedy to ht all our iMttlet iffjKtm the lint to the last Who IIt tki that eotacth up from Edam with idytil garments from Boarah mighty fcJBttw If we follow in the wake of HH Champion death baa He power am tot grave DO victory The worst ass trusting in Him shag here hit dyirc pangs alleviated and hit future UtamUed It the Iljrbt of this subject I waat to nil year attention to a taut which ally our liar bias rightly eonaidered am hat It the fact that we must be Urewhi into jodiwettt for the em pinrut of oar pkjrtleal organism utlr brain land footsee must IT in judgment for the two we trotd of them Urn they keep iHr the elevation of society or for Iu i puoa In proportion aa oa- rt a strong and our step elastic will o account at iatt be Intensified T sand of sermons are preached to I w ids I preach this sermon to a r mea std healthful woaaen Wen I r give to Oed an second for the rip ute of this physical organism Tf invalids kave eojMparatlveljr Ut tI 01 for 1erhep I TIM ft J8tft N piK Twr-f 1k Wi liiHtita tvttkMlt ttttlBf Llrttb Meet Yet bow muck ninny let ta tocOMOlitk Kltlnr ap lla jndff r at Maadlog betide the men and I plysieelreleaI c naafratlon of rcilflom enthu r i sta bow will we feel abashed Ob i n of ike ttroog arm and the stout iitvt whet use are you making of nnr tbJto1 forces Will you be aNe tottaad the lest of that day when a5 amt answer for Ute use of every talent nhether It wore a nhytlonlJ entry ar a mental acumen or a spir itnal peftlr7 The day approaches and I Ice one lo in tint wrhl ewe an Invalid said Ie tb MantIS before the throne of iCcd tt answer eke tayt I was sick a ng days I had but very little ttrettgUt but I did u wHI at I eoukl Iif being kind to those wise were sclera tilt moil more uTriag And Christ MITI arri Well dene faithful servant And then a little child veill stand t faro the throne and the will soy- mom earth I keel a curvature of the pine ami I was wry week and I was cry ili but I used to gather flowers nut of the wiWwood and bring them to my sick mother and she was rom forted when she taw the sweet flow rrt out of the wildwood T diet not do much but I did something And l rut shall say ns HP takes her up In li arms anti kisses hers Well done well done faithful servant enter thou tno the joy of thy Lord What then win ho sold to on wa to whom the ford gaver physical strength and con tiniiot hcnlth Hark It thunders tgilril The judgment tho judgment I sold to an old Scotch minister who WM tine of the brat friends I ever h d Doctor dll yon ever know Hob T pollock tho Scotch poet ho- wrCto The Courtc of Tlmef Oh 4 lIse replied I knew him well I wai Ids classmate Aud then the ogr went on to tell mo tow that thewritiiip of The Comet of Time rtbatlfted time health of Pollock tinl he expired It scctn MS If no roan potAj1 have such a glimpse of the day forlwiilcli all other days were made i TjDliert Pollock had and long sue rlvtj that glimpse In the description nf flint glimpse he tayt among olhettb thmgi RHf the woo re wiodt and tell It to the iJattfv 1 winds And agjtful winds well Ip the howling Aed piing htUs mourn to the dismal And iflmfil vales sigh to the sorrowing fcfWkt AR jorrovJas brooks wetp+to the weeping Oaw m And wltplnif stream awtk the groaning f et 4t heavens great archway of tht universe put oaoKcoth on And Ulean robe tlyitlf In Ritrb of widow 1 jo And gpfctr all thy wanes linto a grass and M ur It fang ftJUd lep plerolntr dolorouo Im Tht iatton asks It Nature I1tI1nd Mgl come to lay her In hor grave vmit Robert Pollock saw In pootJ- clrrl1wOll and I willIIceJn posl- tlmIUtllc judgment the judgment FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Vlrst Session Washington Pub 78fnRteMr Vest IntrtMlucvO an amonilmwit to the finan cial Urn authorising the secretary of the treasury tn Issue JaQWOU In htXea the unto tu tyvs i rljMu on thtrfr rare T Mond oatad to be full team tender At vety tilt fallow ed over the NtWHI Mr lwew- and Mrltlltrvw DIvruniun of the financial Mil was then rvnuiami tMerhr Mfnn mad b Air Turner Mr Oat anti I peenIMdlelomalletrainIbwiequokmnrinclpal feature blHK the M Mrteecttffhatreth la favor of m the DpvrQrlitaH war umitr the iTovltlon of The llaau treaty Tile dlplomatto bill as passed carrtva tfM W l totlA bill In relation tu Cuban vvl rn wllldabethe i iWIc domain h4iWati1 amounts to about iAtut square used an rvyelfamilyI rfwWck JuUua It Krdrlek KmncU anti Maurlrv Cwiwll survivors of l lrnallc sltt exasqItln Qft the rll LortagtoJtIM81rftacthe teesI at a eaptnJithe unwry ant tag M rti vlafyR IMaal h ovtsatwoI tAaadrewpayAlherttalnwl te rescuing a shipwrecked crow ta- i 1 aka i anhowa 1114 I-UIeutana Y Isla trtu nit gapta tfmss rare Rise Ictu tile lnllml andChpoIThedebatewere passed requiring twtaln Hirhi on r1ftoTllntoas to aHMMl tW set to rNv err lain tqlustedaerI of tn navy sad marine corpa imam to n rttoa se M ttermtteee s-uch reehert5deale appMu WLbiMttss IalateMr MUpea tIII htt resdeet M at his cot terfrk 1 lief The rrdet Is were m treataclbfor r the seusts saeualnra WM wr Ix ct4 M ab4Isetio oa tM maur were cccweal of ta Mncal ef On Ldawtna sad aa adjountMtvai WIll taken until Mowlay Itowav Ta house held r ly a short see- Plea and traMari4 HO eassnMN The- eveaing ss1n was ltlM tu KTlvnl pmt Maeiday Mil A4 owrnmMt was skeet we atanN Ju 4ottateNi tt he mal- Mam MInJ thla llriuhtnoa tlaatar l n Iea otte4 a m alMlUl tin trweoc bMeenlb warring bol paaon1 It we and al lb desk sad t WeeMalwYH thsenators biHTint aware of- nature II1II 3ir Altai cursed to al + w a rwuasMerwtton of uhr ear Mr Alton will however nt w ur neDtih rels purpose The aoit m to rcnMr raw- not be sat off by rferrar lu a mmlt Ir mn in rffvrl Iw will haw pieced IM- estrat directly on record A Mil lo pr vi pay her rtttaoa mindtJtere uf thea pausedliaiseNut followsc11st t mI tin net y by providing sue orsfn s u wita a ttOIM valued atsliera MJ- the 4sepsestwecwsr w a the stilt Nato t r at I dtw- oumanln sad nrU lo amai tae- ralloa trndrrd him by tbs shah uf Irsic lu auihiifli tar full rktg natalaf 5Cs to i rcpt ordCn aM drnratlonrI tiflrrril lu hm bjr the rtr M1 ttrfft uX Vneeuta Itrir Adm Mr7 T pny- aws II C Taylor K A fiflt U Imp bee K E Ihrlwt k iml1 r Ooodrtrh mman4rrs W W Mend J II iMylun K M Uyinund sod V IV Tnld iritnthiprmissoe for tar rmlliin lit a br Inw talus In Wajtalaarton In boner if OnVnncl K Spinner late irracurvr of lit nllrd liaise cad uppCopcUttn HMW tot a pedestal tor the Zca1on uf the frigate Cure + tltutlon In wriumrr provM lag that the chip nlMMiM br minrod as naatly aa nooalhli lo to otlntnal rnndlllon Tae root of the day watt tfrvoi4 tu a dl OMtolun of the ftnil ariaI bil- lhouseThe R prlvalpension bUN fay orWywhole upon by tow rommllire eat at lat PrMar nights seabm were passed A revolution In print n as l Mph of 1M reports of tlM Ittlllpplnt cxxomUvtoa was adopted MIU wr In ii hitccaoprtaltns proxo for theII Unculaa1a conx tlonaIru i tb rTtrnpalni fund ji of for InlltMfwIrur or IntlMMatlaa an adrheMkut the Union Imetfir rallrua In tile government an aMtrndatrnt to the Intorntittc oumtnrr law M a ta glv the eomralaolbtt icrmttrr powers prohlbtlluK the Iranvportatlon otroI med BOMI It Wine District of CoiumlMa day the Imoqs tan preeotlwl as the rnnoMerutlun of raisin rntallnr to the district ANTITRUST CONFERENCE The League Was Cnllril lu Orilrr III Crtilrnl Mn lc hull Clllrnicuiel cunlp Wctcuiuci by the Stupor Chicago Neb ISAt 1055 oclock Mouday mornliif the antitrust confer epee willf l by the AntiTrust league OHIIII to order In Central Mntlo hall In this city Priwddunt I akwood of the executive committee oallod the meeting to order Mayor Harrison weleoinmt the jfiicttU on behalf of tho oily He de nounced trnata In general at danger oils nnd threatening the Integrity of the nation The time had come In mid tu do away with tniHtik Already ho continued the t nnto oftho Unit ed States had Itcon reduced to a small conventloii of the owners and reprt aeiitutlvca of tutu trust A few yours uiore would two the IIOIIHC And our judtviary rcduwd to the steno eon dittoes In conclusion ho called upon the duluffat to oehwlte the people to elect n logliilatlvo body to give force to whatever schemo they decided upon for the abolition of monopolies Former Judge WlllUtni Prcntlss of JIlliioU wns elected temporary chair titan and nddreased thu convention Franklin II Wontworth of Chicago was elected temporary Hoorotnry Ilntli Died Siutilcnly Woston W Vn rah HMrR At mint FnniBworth time third wife of MI W Fnrniiworth was found dead in bed presumably from heart ills ease Mr Fnrnswarthu second wife tiled Very suddenly and under much the name circumstances Fire at the Ilrouklyn Navy Ynrtl Now York Fob 18 Uulldlnif No 7 In the UrooUlyn navy yard occupied by tho electrical L iilpmunt depart immt was destroyed by fire The loss Is 100000 equally divided between thf biiaii5 and inucMncr aIwa+ wawlalalrwanaauuulwa I NaturcAbhorsaVacuum thing In the world stands stilt If I you a e welt and strong dty by day the j ifSauueI t wrong dlstAStdgtrmsI youctnii Ifoods use ldita does this as noth ing else n lies ere togetlfaod slIII l A LHSSO IN COURTESY Kent Rebuke 61yen1 n llmmlilj umnn liy n Jili In UorUInu l1 toes n a uVihhly drtised wotniabooed an IMmMt 1 a at lltrty seventh street SIte btdown In tko o y v fat wttt b Mdc a jAjwC werkawa w UM rrtiiiaz a book Th man were o overalls sad rritd a Htr pail II wuMtoa drew hene1f land vtavaiMl her atebi 7 IsiwMJmrEfr qfl1uU dChaukand behaved M Nanaoiat y iatt tke tiwa of tke of her Mtieoo r in Ute war xms attracted to hlittle deem Whta tb teals ttaaoeU st lUaderah Inert the wmaaa ta arewatrtpaet kaetlmiithey tlMadaII l tft1 with the rat 01 your lad eery bOCIY than U served he- rhphiCiiy ftale Ottaa f T Owned It All iJ Teka L flair m hit tatner day WMim eslablishda nursed I bNsnet w et- employee Iaof the taMMoats I flats sadall eeeee diced t owl of takem aL sad n+ J it Ield IIJ heN tW dews Nyurleaj m the reed 1 now that 1 Mr llfcUr Ike toad belongs tome cf Ckreaifie to AN MM ere ante le 1UTNAil PAHK LRMM UY RK at liter eater aH torn atwire twMi C HeW hey ai1dtugpst- It a mtn deuce kU wile It tt mtrctra potyal tkM if the neiykbort My she b a Urefy karacter AMuaaa OleU i We think Pnos ItlorIIhD iU th only iadiria fin CMIM Jhaata lackrd 8pnB W ill Oct 1 1901 ABSOLUTE I SECURITY Genuine Barters Little Liver Pills Must Door Signature of 5ee Fac SImlU Wrtppcr below rrYz7 1Ie1 1II CARTERS ITTIE I iFOK HEADACHE rdfs HUiKUS roll IIUOUSNESt FOR TIRPII LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SAUIW SKIN FOR THCCOMPLEXIIN ese131PeatyTc wMMrr Mew cCI CURE SICK HEAD- ACHEDYSPEPSIA Nor dIx Tears 1tva a vlctbu ordT Dthloifbutnot retain sad divrtt oven that Last tlb I begin ukiee CASCAHBTS atxl slave UML 1 bare ttcadDy iBinruved until 1 am tt Kelt as 1 ever was i a mr JUe UAVID 11 Mfitrnr Newark O noOuudI CURE CONSTIPATION atrna xdr rpa Iep Mwnl I rrt eel u Irueui III t W Hiiinirc lamest f cud Ii sue v r I tta UIS Wrdea 11u u IIkCC iet kDIUldun lbtUbsCroo ia 1If lkuuelk I I slhj arI arl IhdlJIiaj Wnib 9100 rr 14 est 1 Tu Atot III rllt worlU 8100 w will mull pee bee toMtbr with oar CFI talfIUIU about a POTATO npanrooli lotttroutlndsodIk- oowwhoroo temps Yo our l1llciser LendI TOU wilt pftr do without atl t elaan Hlrer IUe r cttazttoitTomato Gaut onuth i a l i jails Ie 8IUKH IUD co Li CIOMK IiiNlBtvOtg Ne s DtBallst COUCH SYRUP tit Cures Croup and Whooping Cou h UnoxcollcdforConsumpUvca GlvCd quick sure mull Refuse tubitltutct i Dr fiuirt Fillt turt Bitiounnu THaI toffy FREE A O gTIRArlJa ON jScns r1dMnstheroJtoVA1Nlll11lI hltatAhsYSir is 1rqn r i f THE TERMS REJECTO I I j leading Republicans of Kentwk Held a Conference in the State Capital Oov Taylor Issued a rroolatuatlou- llcconvenlnff the General As soinbly at Frankfort The Tropim AVere Onlrrril Home lint Lttler tint Order AVnn Coil liter liuiiulril CourlK Will Sow Settle thin Conlrovcriy- PranUfort Ky Feh 11 Xonrly cv cry rojwbllonn county oommlttueinnn onino to 1ninkfort Saturday on the early inomlNif train find also a largo iiwulMir of rapuhllean Icadvra from nil imrU of thu Itato Sovornl rapub JISBii inoinliera of the leglnlaturo wore among the numlwr Including Son lurk and Jalinoon nod Itopru 1otOI1l t Iuls Shortly before 11 ouloak the doors of tho oopltol wore ujWllwl and tb state delugntlons wont first0el kntli tr of niimtor Qoobol Tho rupnMhWN ehalrman and mombora of UiO le Maturtt rufHuod abflolutuly to talk In rupinl to the objects of their illU- lTi0 NMeHllily dlMtiwml two propo IItWoMott4t that the governor sign tljs frwm nt aitcL tho other that hers to sign and lot the law take its uectrre H 1lsdge Goorgo envy of Lexington WW cleetwl almlrman of the oonfor applenllo4LBrtmar liy the voters and should upTk onthu ntaam IIn the eonferenoo Nearly every IhM the door was oj wined aheurs wore liwrd from the ouurtdo- Qer Tahoe lisa doflnltaly doeklcd beet ho vlll not sign tho Ioultvlllo s rvaHtonU lie made the dcctaratlon at 114 oelook an ha OMIHO from the ItWtataitve hall In which ho had all HMttmf boom In efOforenoe with the mpuWImn onmHilttromen lie has AtttAeA to nllow tho matter to IK set tkd IH tune eonrtM cud v1tl abide by Uivlr arilThe mt oUHir IVMI a long and exult ed one ophtloM from thu first being afalnat nifHK any agroetnvnt with the IffiHoerKtH which might In nay wtf IM ooHatruwl es n Hurromler of the p p bUn She fctfllnu wwa chic I JtcpIt1 by tlld I jitBfS hferolr tilt dauUi what logihit so wUl IN aa lath of taken have ulrvMjr gmiui OM rvewnl M favoring tho hubIl aide of the ooHtrovera Tit following rmiolatlon woo paMed by tlHt oetlrgl- teolvtd ThAt It Is lime sense Otto mwUHV that tor U nylor nhoiikl not aM tke afnwimmt referred him Iliy UM Lonlsrlltr confwranoe and that rpoalMV eoafclBiwo In his nullity and raat of duty we ore content to follow Ma leodrrahlp nftvrtliat rulutlRlHI The reaolHtlou wu JIftNHMi ntte Oov Taylor bail loft tlio hall ami WON adoptwl with rlMffliiff eltoors A ninall ktaehltstist of Ixi left armiiMl the m4tol balding to pnworro ordfrFnmkferL Ky Fob 11 Saturday aft rMoon Oov Taylor issued the fol lotvta proclamation NTktt oxoltciHent recently trolIIntIH thte city lM1ng to KOIII extent mil nhe l MH l there nppuarlng now to L no wiceatdty tar the general iiwjom Wy to remain In eMlon In London 1 In liuroly tf tlita proclamation ro ontuno name In Frankfort Ky Pub nuiry IS 1MO at If oolook noonw S TAYLOR a irmor of KtntvekyL- oulMrllfe Ky Ieb llrTJie ext es M live cud Ifltrlalatlvo heHilqimrtera of Ute dwnooratlo state government have hen MtablUhiMl In Loulavillv and the lesion aaavrt they will bo main tained here as lung M HtwoMwry rims Ivtrli4atHre baa rvaunted Ita regular work with a quoniui In ach house and Ituokluim the deiuoeratlu gover nor in lies of an executive munilon has taken ul his tilwdo at SeJlbnghs lintel tirrotiHdwl by his KllflealJ ad vliera Moat notable ainontr these In by force of aircnnmtancea Ucn John 1 i astleinnn the adjutant general UIMIII him will devolve the duty of cnrrylnir out lleckhaius purjxwo to jtroteot hla aHaoeiatea from armed In terferenuc whether It oomua front Frankfort or London or both Little can bo lonrnod of those defensive plans Olin Cnntlcmnn declared no steps have been taken toward orguii Iring n military fume limo only purpose of tho proposed military organization timid he Is to maintain ponce and so long as there is no disturbance and civil authority rules there will be no need for tho flue of military force Tlu democratic legislators are not no fearful of arrest us they have boon of Into Wo will not subunit to arrest said Speaker Trimble Vo know our rights I e nut will mull upon this civil author ities to protect us in our resolve rwilst any attempt of republican toII to take us to London or any placeFrankfort Ky Fob 12The utnto troops which have boon on duty hero for nearly two weeks have nearly nil returned homo onlyI tho soldiers from Covltigton Newport Lclngton and MorjfnntotYii arC cnnipcd In tin Capitol square Adjt Can Colllor suG1 tlmt only a few companies of iufatty would be kept on duty hero for a short time to do police work around thoI puhlluImlltJIIEfI lore In no way with the notions of andY1 I ho as free and unrestrained an it wasI proclamatlont insurrection leglalature tnutlon has boost received ns to whether or not tho democratic number of tho legislature would adjourn their session at Louisville and come to Frankfort to take part In the general session It is believed hero however that they will do so probably by thoI latter part of tho weok Inn of the Democrat Louisville Ky Fob 13lme effort of the democratic lawyers aro direct ed toward mapping out plans to se mire the adjudication of the claims of Taylor and lieckham to time ofllco of governor There is danger of n clash tin long as tin present positions are maintained Judge Pryor boltovoa thet Injunction suit raw pending bofor- Judge t Cnntrlll at Frankfurt will b useless ns far na determining the main Issue in concerned because Its object- nit to provost Taylor front Intorfor lug with tho legislature or adjourning It to London A now start nut bo hail mil this will probably be by n suit at law In behalf of Deckham to ustabllah tho legality of tho notion of tho legislature III declaring him elect ed and to secure poHSCAMlon of tho of fice or by a petition in equity to re htniln Taylor front exercising tho du tie of time oiHcc of governor It Iis thought that sachet n ease will be be gun before time end of the week The drinocrnta will confine their ef forts to the state courts their con tention being that federal courts have no jurisdiction In tho ease Tho re publlcHUH either by appeal or original1I proceedings before Judge Taft vrlllI endeavor to got their ulalnw before the federal courts but their COUNt J will depend largely upon thut adoptedII by the democrats In both hiwisoa of the legislature was Introduced n bill offering n re ward of 100000 for the detection ofr GoobelN murderer The ConlenlnulB In Court Cincinnati Fob 18In time UnitedI State circuit court of appenln Judge W H Taft heard arguments for over three hours on thu applications for In junction agalnat the KontHeky atate iNNtnl of election cominlaatonora andi this contoMtantH for the state oflteen other than governor sail lieutenant governor Tho largo court room wm unable to hold all who came to the federal1 building for admission Very many of time visitor were from the Ken tacky 4de notably the plninttffa against tho alma board who ore alti zone of Covlngton Tho republican jitoto afllaant wow titeo prouit lot the only one of the ttyfnmfnntN In nt tewlaHeo was Judge Poyntz of the state l oanl There were quite a nuns ber prevent from Frankfurt and Lou latllle The plaintiffs were represented by YeaftKentucky we rvpreaentoi by Scott HoJMlrlck Ha ger atHl Maxwell After the conclusion of tho argu meMU Judge Taft announced to court wfl that ho would announce his do dNlun so for as the court having juris oonuurnwlrat t p in on Wednesday next Tuylor nked to AVIthdrnvr Troopn- Lotilsvlilo Ky lamb IS Although tho protocol urns not atgncd there h a Is truce In thy tight for time state of flees to attnlP notion by the court At Cincinnati the ease involving the minor offices and Tuesday nt Frank tort tho injunction stilt against Oar muirjjkuluto go far in shaping the course o r tho rival ckilmatitK There IB munch talk among Demo cratic legislators about imaaliif n b11 ottering 100000 rownrd for tho do button of the tiNsasalns of Joy Joe bet Such a bill hna boon jrojMirud and It IIs believed will poss Senator liliickburn hints boon willwl1I to Waohlngton on personal liuhlneaH leaving the diplomatic man ganumi t of Democratic alTnirs In the hands of CongreMinaii D H Smith lioth hoiiKcn of the legislature mot MondayWhen rent resolution which had passed tho ponnte wns prusontcd wiling upon the Hon W S Taylor to nt ono withdraw tho militia and force of armed men which he had gatheredI about him at time state boos snit sur render tho executive ollleea to J C W lleokham time lawful governor Un der thu rules the resolution wont over for our day Tho concurrent resolution offered Saturday was adopted providing fa tho appointment of n commit too of three representatives null two sena tars to Investigate the conditions at Frankfort ns to time safety timid advis ability of resuming legislative session at tho capitol The Troop Wilt Iteiimlu Frankfort Ky Feb 13 Another day of unbroken calm prevailed lIn Frankfort The republican mouthers of the legislature met nt noun and sifter appointing committccH to In form Taylor that pursuant to tho terms of lilts proclamation adjourning calJll1Klitfore them the governor acknowledged tho messages and both houses nd jousted There were nine inombora In time senate nnd 28 In tho house I Tho committee wlilch was expected to come front tho democratic mem burn at Louisville to report whether 1 It lj safe for thorn to crone to Frankfort did not put in an appearance The 18publlcan lenders say that they ei- I peat nothing now to transpire until niter Judltfo Taft in Cincinnati Jiaa rendered Ills decision on Wednesday r At ono time Tnylor decided to ordqr away all of the soldiers now here1 with tho exception of a few for n per sonal body guard Ho sent for Cql Williams und actually gave the order for time moving of the troops but see ural of his friends urged so strongw that the soldiers bo permitted to rojj main that ho changed hits Intention nnd said that for tho present at leases ho would not have any more of theW returned to their homos Jir Time detectives workIng on time Got bat assassination discovered n bull Imbedded In one of tho trees In tu south sloe of tho capitol square Jf Irathewhere Goobel fell A block of w1 containing the bullet was cut frp the tree and Iis now in tho possesslq of tho prosecuting attorney f FREE FIGHTS AT A FUNERA1- ISurlal tof the Ituimlnn Mlilllxt Ietl rufor DUordcrly t1nrls Feb 13Time funeral of tlii IJiiMlan nihilist Poter Lnvrosl n lima ocaslon of n big socialist demon stration Delegates representing rev olutionary nawoointlons in nil J1urtsdf Kiiropo attended amid marched In n long tumultuous procession from his Into rosldenro on tho Ituu St Jnequu- to tho cemetery of Mont Parnaww- Tho advance of the drtuontstrsti0- was marked by unoenaing and Inonius 1 bug sheath of Vivo lo commune mini Vivo rnnnrehl mid time singing sir la Carmagnole oath other rorolu tionary Bongs Tho proceMlon tens headed by loino Vlviani radical socialist one of tho deputies for the department of ylt tZlnt and a halt dozen other soulalh- menliQrs of the chamber When time cemetery was ranuhfd n number of red flags were prodirttd and waved Time police tried to wlzo those and several free fights envuctL Time uproar Increased until M nrfani Induetil the Wllue to return the Slip on condition that they should not be again unfurled udI1rtJIIgraveside KuMtian profMwora and othun 8ov oral HtudenU being among the pack era Ultimately time asaombl dla pcreod without disorder Itinrinurr Inmate HUM n Fort me Xcnla 0 Foli UIetr Corr for inerly ownw ono of time finest aria I in this section but through n sae ea of misfortunes became a bankrupt lev ernI yunrti ego and finally was retCd to such poverty that ho humane an in ninto of the county Infirmary iKut the whoa of fortune Bernie to la c tuned In his tnror na lie boat J re delveil word tint nn iVcutBjeTJ b+ ii 1hehut which he had conaidered tin worth Iless and hall almost fnfgojten tea be come inlunble and will bring him about 33000 Mr Curry is now ovor TO ymrs old roJlauey fur Victims InnmIR- c11ahtngten Feb 10tSecretary Tong received n cable mr agr Fri day morning from Adam WatMin com mniMllng the Asiatic station dtttnl at Hung Kong February 8 saying din the realilenta of Hong Kong have atab sutiltetl1000 for tho fnmllii of the S killed smith injured by time expUwion on Imard the Wheeling on the 27th Adlft Watson says that nil tho wounded are doing well Shut In inn Own Home St Loiilp Feb lgJoseph Shuts a wralthy St Louis county wine grower t was shot from ambush mind mortal wdntI t n few mill nortlnvost of Clayton Who time would murderer could bo 1or why time attempt on Mr Sfhutxa life w tts missile are regarded a1 mys teriouR heath Due tn Stiouk Now York Feb 10 Smith y111ebb 88 yearn old n publisher living in To kilo 0 Bias at St Vinccnta husilttl from n shout Webb had been a pn float In tho Institution for lime OIIIs- Atter dinner he wont to the bathroom anti in HOIIIO unknown manner toll lhlon tub of water Ho waa dihirovv ored by one of time attciulnnts bub dial Inter from shock Xocil 1rlMoner IIIMUIIO New York Feb 10ieorgc Unro gurd Ikirrovv the rasa who phnuiod Wan nlKliictlon of Itaby Marion lark has become inrnne In Sing Sing prfjr on where ho boa been confined inly June 17 laat under n arnteme of Ltt i years It Ila likely that he will crilhis day In Matt wn asylum for Ihi Urtrannfcrrod i Murderer limited New York Feb 10 Jaims 1 I Brown colored was hanged in th Hudson county jail at Jersey itFriday for time murder of Polleenuifi Charles Gcblmrt in Hobokcn The polJ lien say that Brown wns n profession Inl burglar Ho killed Goblinrt vloi1i ithe latter tried to arrest him on tillS pielon In July 1SOS llnvnnu Strike Settled Hnvnnn Feb 1Thu strike of thu cigar makers lists bunt settled Time mon asked on what conditions they could return to work rat the mantII rj replied that they could return on tint ooudltlona as existed boforo the strike 1this reply they accepted and on TIUW tiny they will return Tnly n Their Departure WaHlllnston rub 30Tic lrltIaJ stalled from linlllmoro for NewoastlogK lingI with the crew for the Albany nnjl goygrgm6nt exhibits for the 1a21I cXposiflou lAGUEIS SPREADINGD Oflicinl Report of the Situation Generalst Iroln r IJIllorHud lleeii KJ Cue ilProving Fatal Washington Feb 13 Under datei of January 25 Surgeon D A CnraulI chisel of the marino hospital service tSorgtimersOttn the condition was still very hni as now ease being discovered from cityawaytfauy a Mm lioardmnn tithing In what IAVU considered a healthy part of the mtv was attacked on January C and lfljd from till plague on the 18th ofr w some month She was employed in a dry goods store and It ii stated that a doss rat was found and re moved from the store near liar de partment some days before she was otaken 111 It is also rumored that in dogblchits mistress mother white woman living In aI cutsy vraa attacked on January 18 and wit I housenA summary shorts that fromJanu 1cry 13 to the 23d inclusive thuro were Si cases and 17 deaths From Decem ther 1 whoa the plague was first dill covered there hud boon recorded 52 cares and 41 deaths The doctor briefly describes thoI overtalmost nil of their belongings destroy ed In n few hours time Contribu 1dons of food and clothing from the citizens at once began to be made and before nightfall nearly all had been ltd and were houses under tents awn inge etc Dr Carmlchacl says there is an lIe mont of danger in the removal of thisI largo number of people from the in touted ports of the city Many of them carried their clothing and par onnl belongings away from ChInn town but the disaster was so sudden and the nocooelty of guarding these people so urgent that the best was done under the circumstances in such II pressing emergency The greater number of the homeless principally Chinese Japanese and Hawallans were removed to Kawaidhao church and church yard on King street some to the camps at Kallhl and Knkuko nail others to various empty ware houses In other parts of the city In conclusion the doctor reports a mrcrlibpfeful fooling now that tho greater part of Chinatown has been destroyed and when the people re moved from that Infected district are properly established in suitable camps the prospects for Improvement in the situation he thinks aregood Sluice tho ditto of the above report unofficial telegraph advices from Hon nlulu show there has been considera bur abatement In the plague and that the situation iu much unproved FORMING A NEW REGIMENT New IleerultH Who Will Co to th Philippine to Supply Denelenclea In the Regular HcKluientB Washington Fob 13What is vir tually a new regiment is being organ- Ized at Fort Slooum New York harbor for services in tho Philippines The nun are all new recruits and are In tended to supply deficiencies in tin regular regIments in the Philippines caused by deaths discharges or oth erwise The now recruits include In fhntrymen cavalrymen and members Of tho hospital corps Commanded 1yabout 30 officers thai wIll go to Manila by the Suor route on the transport Stunner That TiUlilt is now undergoing extensive repairs at time Norfolk navy yard anti will start on her long trip soon nIter the first of March Dentil In the Philippine Washington Pcb 13hen Otis has reported to the war detriment tin following additional deaths among thc troops In the Philippines Wesley llnndnll Arlington Tucker loin SunI rfUatxt- i Win H Erwin Ceo H Walter lint John F Sellninn First Lieut As gtatnnt Surgeon Brainnrd S Highley Ius loin H Cookley Lode K Kltohen Willis H Street Preston K Hock Lo Under hobby Louts O Nelaon Jns E Sullivan Maurice Cnln Wlllio Ogle Puroy Lendbort Jns Maloney Christy Underbill Lewis Whinier llrltUh Ship A hore Xcw York Pets 13The Hrltlsh ship County of Kdmburgh has gone slioro close by Mannequin Mfe Sav Jug Station off the Jersey shore near Po1nt Pleasant Time Edinburgh sailed front Cape Town December 3 last for New Turk In command of Capt I IVVebster Tho crew were nil safely landed hut the vessel will bo a total loss Tire County of Edinburgh Is of 20J8 tons and Is owned by R J Kralg She was built In Glasgow In 18SS t Murderer Lynched lort Arthur Tex Icu 13Jamesi Sweeney white was lynched at 1 tfilock Monday morning Sweeney Was a cotton screwrann and had killer Charles Crumbnoh a fellowlaborer fy Jamming a bayonet through his neck f Uendfj Smith aged 50 of Columbus 0 colored- o ly scnnnt of L Lapin a wealthy h Ingo tourist dropped dead liars IMonrtay Tim hotly will be stripped to fSluhibus ftIIIIi V FREE RURAL ConnII AlniOMt Uvery Farmer In the I try May tune Ills Lcttcrr De livered to Inn IWashlllgton Feb 13If n bill which huts recently been Introduced In congress by Ilepresentntlve Ache son of Pennsylvania becomes a law almost every ftimer in the United States will have his letters delivered to him without the trouble of going to tho post olllce Mr Achcsons bill provides that every mail carrier on the star routes in the country shall drop In letter boxes which the depart ment will locate at various points Ialong his route nil trail intended for the persons designated on that box i and that he shall also collect nil mall which he may find in the box and do- tposit at tho nearest post office on his route Tile star route rider is not to receive any extra compensation for I thlsadditional labor but the postmas ter general in making future star route I contracts shall specify that this work I of delivering anti collecting letters is I to be performed by the contractors and it is assumed of course that the prices for carrying the mails will be I much higher j Time plan is not Impracticable ItIhas been successfully tried in South Carolina a state which in propor tlon to its inhabitants has n greater Area of rural free delivery than any other state in the union The experl I I ment of appointing the star route visors as carriers of the free rural dc slivery was tried and found to be em inently successful The difference in the cost of carrying the routes did not cntcrinto the experiment because the star route men were paid by their contractors for the routes they served and by the department of rural free delivery of the post office depart meat for the work they did delivering individual letters But the question of extra cost is to be tested in Maine shortly the proposals for carrying time star routes in that state including the delivery anti collection of mall as contemplated by the Acheson bill I The free rural delivery has become so popular that the post office de part ment expect a largely incrcnned Ii appropriation for that service next I year A bill has been introduced nl lowing 2000000 for that work alone DEMAND FOR OUR GOODS 1 lie Eudlnsr of the War In South Africa Wilt lie n Chunco for American 3InnufneturerI Washington Feb 13 Consul Gen oral Stowe at Cape Town serves notice on American manufuattmr- cthrough a report to the bureau of for elfin commerce that as soon as the war In South Africa is over there will be a boom which will afford many opI portunities for the introduction of American goods and American enterprises The country will then be short of supplies ho says especially foo stuffs nail in many other directions the demand will be large Vehicles tools and harness will be needed much furniture hunts been destroyed and the country will want the count less things required by one emerging from n war Porto Illctin imports ouch I sport Washington Pet 13Time war de partment Monday gave out the state ment that the total value of Importsi fromeni the date of American occupation toi December 31 1800 was 12101820 and the total value of exports from times island during the same period wasi 11000807 The United States fur nlehed 4487S262bf the imports andI took 3502760 of the exports Sugar exports to time United States for thisi period made up 1017572 of this totnlI Feared Ammimtnutlon Washington Feb 13The post 01Ij I flee at Wilmouth Tex hints been or decal discontinued from February 14 next This notion wns taken by the post office department ns a result 01II presentations by the postmaster there I that ho wished to resign because of open threats that ho would be nssnsI slanted Thu post office officials have I no other Information In regard to the case uLincoln liny In Philadelphia Philadelphia Fob 13Thu nl1nlorII imry of tho birth of Abraham Lincoln was observed AS n legal holiday for mho first time In the city Monday All of the federal departments and QourtllI tho prothonotarys office and the comI mon pleas courts with one exception wore closed The various hanks mind brokers ofllccs the different ex changca and schools remained closed lull tiny Pontiunatcr Hun Smallpox Washington Pub 13rho post of flee department hats been informed that the assistant postmaster at holds rills N C is thought to be suffering from smallpox Orders hue been Is sued to have the matt nt that place fumigated If necessary Brutflack Frankfort Ky Feb 13 SevernI democratic members Saturday wheni they hoard of Taylors proclamatlon forwarded their trunks to Frankfort but telegraphed Monday to have them shipped back to oulsvllle Credited to the Connelence Fund Washington Feb 13 Secretary Gage has directed that there be coy end Into thin treasury to the credit of tho consclenco fund 400 This amount was received In an envelope unaccom panted by letter and was postmarked Toledo 0 January 22 Gold Premltiui Declined London Fob 13A dispatch to the Times from Buenos Ayressaya that the gold premium hats declined to the oillulnl conversion rate and that large sums have already been exchanged tit the conversion ofllce 1f 0 RELIEVE KIMBERLEY ILord Roberts Proposes to Go to the Besieged l Garrison liner StronKlX Entrenched at Ma eemfontclii Cultlnc Off the Pro pored Relict of Lnilymnltli Via Zululnnd Other XCT London Feb 13Lord IZoberU has gathered 35000 men with whom ac cording to tho best military opInion- in London he proposes turning the left of the Magersfontcln lines near Jacobsdal entering the Free State compelling Gen Cronje to raise time siege of Kimberley and thus making- his first step toward Uloemfonteln Lord Itobcrts announced the appointment of Gen Sir Henry Colville hitherto commander of the Guards brigade to the command of the Ninth Jlvislon which is being formed and will consist to a great extent of Co lonial troops Gen Colvllla will bo succeeded by Gen Reginald PoleCa rew Lord Roberts tells the correspondents that when he gets IOn to business they shall have ample opportunities to send time news Ills gimlet press censor has issued new rules and in future all written communication ire to be unchecked Only telegrams will be censored For the next few days littlo news Is likely to get tthrough but later there will be more freedom Thus says the censor and iLimo last clause may be interpreted to mean that something is about to hap O penThe war office has received the folilowing dispatch from Field Marshal Lord Itoberts dated from tho Modder river Sunday February 11 I have received n telegram from Unller as follows dated Friday Feb runty D It was necessary after seizing Vaal Krantz to entrench it as the jpivot of further operations But L found after trying two days that ow ing to the nature of time ground that tthis was impracticable It was also xposcd to the fire of heavy guns in jpositions from which bur artillery was dominated It Is essential to troops ndt nclng on Ladysmith by Harding or Mongers drift to hold 1nal Krantz securely and uicorrllngly we are not pressing the advance oy those roads nsI find we cannot make it secure Kimberley 20 miles away from this sorerestraits Details of time December death rate show that in a population of 14 000 whites mud 19000 blocks the mor 1 tality was CO whites and 133 blanks per 1000 The Infantile lentil rate was 071 per 1000 among tho whites nnd 01U per 1000 among the blanks Intcrlc fever vas prevalent Thls Decemberacan not here improved much If at since and the lighting power of the garrison must have been greatly di tninishcd Meanwhile tho bombard ment by time hours has increased and there Is imminent danger of the town falling under the very eyes of Lord Roberts It is believed in circles close to the war ofllco that he will move at once Scouts have approached within 1000 yards of tout liner entrenchments nt Magorsfontein They have found these strong ana ascertained that thoy are used as dwelling places Naval gun aura are constantly watching the en trays lines with strong glasses nnd they declare that there is an appre ciable diminution in the Boor forces In Natal tho deer commandoes south of the Tugeln occupy hauls farm and several mines west of Chievoloy Two thousand IJocra with three guns ore advancing through Zululand toward Natal llensburg Fob 12HenlngTha Doers have again driven in the British outposts on the western flank today all outposts at Dastards Nek lloblrks Wind Mill and other points retiring to Mnedors faun There wuro severalc- asualties but no details have as yet been recived Itcnsbunr Feb 12 i IIoblrks anti Bastards Nek which the Doers took possession of Saturday have been reoccupied by tho British The Hours were shelled out Kimberley Fob OJhere was a heavy bombardment yesterday 1 and today the fire of the Boer big gun at Kampersdam has been very trying London Fob 13The Potormarltz burg correspondent of the Dally Mail telegraphing Monday says A ills patch front Kshowo asserts that n large commando of Boers Isencamped near Ngutu with SO wagon and nine guns It Is rumored that the force In tends to besiege Kshowe the inten tiara probably being to fortify the In 9U71 hills in order to prevent the Brit ish traversing Zimilnnd to relieve Lad lImtth Will Try to KmiilojrNonVnlott 3t a Chicago Feb 13 Instead of allow ing the building Interests of Chicago to be tied up for an Indefinite period members of tho contractors nssocl atlon have decided to try to employ Aonunlon men to complete the build lug now In process of construction find Outlook for the Gate City New York Feb 12Time sea is grow lug rougher and the Gate City is still fast aground off Hast Moriches L L whore she struck on Thursday night 1ho outlook is considered bad now Sixteen met of tho crew were brought ishorc so as to make tho work of tak lag off the remainder In case of Imme Unto danger an easy as possible Tho mien landed In the breeches buoy apt Googogues of the into City md 20 of his men remain on board slstlng the wreckers In the endnavoc o Heat the vessel hrrh a 4 s i i 4L4 THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY FEB 10 1000 Extra Session It Is generally believed tbnt no extra session of our State Legls latare will be called to meet some time In April It is sold that the Demoorara want it to enact tboI new Scbool Book Bill and th e McOhord Railroad bill The Gov ernor wonld Rot wisely not to call call an extra session or at leantt not until tbe excitement anti po Itical passions IIUYO entirely quieted Tile State would no If It didnt meet again fo- G r 1 1aufferears The Anglo African War t The people especially the Ken tucky people have been so much absorbed because of the condi lion of affairs At home Unit now ag to tbe EngllshUoer war has been lost sight of The victory so far continues with the Boers In that English have been several times repulsed null prevented i making any successful ad I Ivance However nil the but In- formedQ people have no doubt but that in Ithe end tb i victory will be with the British for their re sources in men and money IB un limited Sure to Split Again i If Kentucky Democrats come f4together and stay together in the next State campaign there is note doubt bat they will win by n very large majority The reaction in their favor since the nssassinn lion of Goebel and tht military Dictatorship of Taylor has been unmistakable But will they do its Old Ben Butler or some one else is credited with saying tbnt the brighter tbe prospects for Democratic victory the surer it was that their leaders would act the fool before election day andt let tbe Republicans win And this has proven true so many 4 times Those latter di Yi tbo fash ion fis for Democrats to bolt to plit tbir party and denounce each I i iotberIn the bitterest terms Who will led tbe next bolt t And what will they bolt about this time t fTAYLOB withdrew part of tbe troops from tine State Capitol but retained between 200 and 300 Tbe Democratic Legislature refused r to return because 200 was thought to be as effective forCnrresiing members and intimidating legisla tors aa 2000 THE Republican party has de stroyed itself in Kentucky Gov GOEBELS dying command to John K Hendrick was Take charge and never give up GEN H B LYONS will go with a large delegation from Western Kentucky to the Confederate Ko i union at Louisville in May 11 From the beginning of the Span ish war to the present total ex penditnrea of tine U S on ac count of that war and the hostil ales in tbe Philippines iimoont toV about 355000000000 TUB frightful cause of all Ken tuckys troubles It disregard of I tbe law When we learn to lov 1 tbe law because It guarantees u- z in all our rights when we lens to appeall to tbe law to redeem our grievances when we learn to ttookupon every man who violate- the law as an enemy to society then we can hope to yes the State I take tbe rank It otherwise dn serves Failure to assist in the enforcement of the law and men taking the law in their own hands are responsibe for the many trag edles which have disgraced our fair State MR JAMES L Moss former I i county clerkOf flickman county has proposed to the editor r t of the Democrat that the citizens Hiokman county raise n fund ft ftofi 500 or 1000 to be offered a 1 opprebenslouLf f iJ Wm Goebel Other Kentucky I counties and communities even outside of Kentucky have takenn this method of emphasizing their desire to bring the ususain to n speedy puoishtnent and we wouldd be glad to have Hiokman count do the same thing Such n pope will ba prepared and circulated at t once Clinton Democrat a t- y wa talule lM It1 LOCAL NEWS The work gf taking the next c u will twclu Jmio 1st Hon W J Brynu to to spenfc Iiu Nashville Fob 94 Tho river link boon rising rapidly for govern days fIn Jowoh7thefire happiest couple In tho worldI would be a door hmlmnil nnd a blind wife Our morolmuts are uiakiUK lirtparn lions for nu unusually large trait this spring Baltimore 1ms a larger colored 110111 nlntioii than any other city in the world Root tho SborlfTs list of property advertised to bo solo for taxes on Mon day March 18th IIUCKSetMr W BClark bought the Sim mows form nt M O Bnle Monthly 81 noitw for fllOOOO Mrs Butlor wife of TOOl Butler clicul nt her homo north or Pulton on Friday of Inst week of pufumoui- ixejf A good honest ttrstteliuw job oa your Watch or Clock at BUCKS Unless cold wcmther checks It con siderable water will come down thei Ohio nver valloy within the nut weuk op ten days Prof links prophesied that we would have nil klucls of wontlier dad tog February nud PO fw tho Rev D HickH has hit it Delewnro publicly whip some of its male nmlotnotore but no woman bavo boon thus punished iu the State for nearly fifty yoare All tho Railroads iu the Southern Truflk1 Assoointiou have tnade a one coat a mite rate for the OoufWerate Reunion nt Louisville May IJuulId Tames Wiley from user Dukedomhose Tonn charged with was committed to tine county Jail betore Esquire Hayes Blair in default of 600 bond When a woman calla liar hnslmud up by telephono wltnout lib knowing who she is sho is always surprised to soc how politoly h addresses her atw first A dlspatah from London says the war fever is very strojig among the WOI mon of Enpland The same dteeas has also oansed several deaths among the men lately Dresden Enterprise Mr J K Wil lliunn the section foreman won the x60 prize offered by the road waster for the best improved section between NullI ville and UioUman Tho Mardi Gras Oarnivnl at Mobile and New Orleans will be grander than ever this year The fefltlvitins will com mence as usual on Monday Fob SGth continue without Interruption un il midnight Tuesday Fob 27th 1000 See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost Mr R T Trier we learn baa bought the whole land interests of the late J Mi1 Ried located In this county below Hictttnan amounting to 5000 to 0000 acres The purchase Is supposed to have some connection with the pro posed Hickman Tiptonville Levee en terprise The long cherished tradition that an inventor of a great laborsaving device seldom or never reaps the full reward of his invention receives a Sit bask iu the fact that Mergenthaler the inventor of the type setting machine died n millionaire Instead of in poverty as reported AiitiHCplIaMIinvc The Tree Barber Shop is the place to got an antiseptic face wash Tills prep aration after shaving renders antisep tic tbe face prevents Infection cA L HOOkING- A little Hickman College boy writing a composition on the zebra the other day WM requested to dmecribe the animal and to mention what it w useful for After deep reflection he wrote The zebra Is like a horse only striped It is chiefly ied to Illustrate tine letter Z Mr E P Philips died at ida home near Alexander on Feb 1st of pneumo urn He was born in North Carolina on November 10 1828 The burial took place at Rock Springs last Friday Rlderzee and In Ids death the community i lOMOHlilon Coarterenightare mains will be interred tomorrow n East View Cemetery tine taneral ser vices being conducted by Rev W H leansg two daughters Mild n sister at Hick man Ky a dunghter in St Louis and onet Miss Lizzie who lived with liar here For BARGAINS in Clothing Hats Shoes c go to Buchanans Closing Sale =THKIIB is no netter medicine tor the babies than Chamberlains Cough Rem edy Its pleasant taste nnd prompt nUll effectual cures make it a favorite with mother and small children It IIspreventing pneumonia or other serious aufof casoa withont n failure so far as we have boon able to learn It not oily nilItho croupy cough appears will prevent OOUlhitI easier to expectorate and lessons tin parey sauna of coughing thus depriving that consequonoForand A M Shaw State Line DruggUU t W TIlif HIUKMAy COURIER ttTUT C Malmn lrospcrity el 18llIctmnn Ao Saloons etc A Dear Courier During the sovonteul months smoo I loft Hlcknian I Imvcv planned ropontedly to write yon n tout munication nud to seed that 1 nud so here como both one always accept able and maybe the other will got in In fact I am sure it will either into the paper or into the much needed bnl1kettfatJ1clerkof Hlekmnn8 Financial Condition 1 WltllJIIt will lit veer from the above state uncut that tine citicens made no mistake at the November 1897 elf t1ulI in choos tug tho right men to managi and guard tho interests of the city They havr not only leapt the city In u good condi tlou but have MtCCe led in placing the running espoused of tint curs water and light plaint on n tilt ouaatiuiug ba- siJI in addition to the purvhaet anti putting In of a new pump nt a east of near ly toro The street art inn bettor condition than for many vcaw previomf and all the iutr wt on tine citys bonded indebtedueea line preen promptly jmid on they tell due the UollfKfl Umcbi hnvo lK raluccdto at outllIdlllJ bonnie and if the name policy to pursued for the uuxt throe years the debt tr ill have been twin ofT and the present rate of taxation will be reduced The Council at Its recently adjuurucd meeting reduced the water and tight coifsrwhich will be quite n rallef to the tax layer And yet they told w In 00 that it W6- Otecl whi key out dogfonuel would take the town million an improved pocks of doRfeuuel ehT The W u t UL of Hickman will remember that tile city clerk was apprehensive that the city could not meet its obligations withoat the saloon Ivoens Who would not pay bark subscription for that ox quilts ueJiicbt found iu tho use ofhIrout you 80 11 The prosperity of Hlek man is to me a source of pleasure un mixed with surprise for God has wild Woe to him aa them tint bulliloth a town witn blood antI cwtublUhoth a city by Iniquity aunt the converse b equally true I nave good work in my ArfcanMw fl9l4i Last year we mUea the rte of x16 per member In lath my churches W now have the insane Iu hand to complete repaint Offside and carpet benkles paying a debt of over UIIUtuturepaint and resent at ones This with give iw the beet two balktinpt in our- section of country Ther have built for me A Pastors Homo modern de sign neatly furnished inside and out oouulaiog t moors We haw had ma tenet growth at both points One has Increased two third iu membership slaec Ive bem with tbeui This Aiwocin lion ihribbled its mission contributions lost year my field paying three fifths of the entire amount The plan U to- thribble thk par and I believe it will uJanc01lnloOof these treaty mornings ana have an old fashioned hnudihnking with my many Hiokman friends Accept the will for tIle deed and for so long a oowmuHioatlon please cease Yours TndyIT O MAIUN Black Rook Ark +DKIYISti TIlE COUNTRY TO PUll LIU OWNEUJJIIIP Htaderson Gleaner j Public ownership of public ran ahleea will soon cease to be u the ors In tho United States Indeed it la rapidly becoming n condition Opposed by tbe trusts its great eat helper toward uouoaiplldliment line been the oppressive nation on the purl oi the traaia- Iuhllo irutiulilaea condaotnd lib erally by private oorporutiona would not be reuo uizid ua public utile although the principle buck of them would be none tho leaa wrong and unjust Hut publics frutiolilucB employed by private corporations to Innuli brow heur nail rob the people hove nroused an oppoaltlou which issduce to destroy them j This la made evident by the fact l until the government of the United Stutci la gnliiijtii ooiiatruol site out11eINewunrpultrunktt 1 Tim the lipulntilng of a now atear iic Htrotigly foruHbadowed nll1C furltiroTo oable noiiijiniiluH are en duiiroritig to ftuuure the fraiiulilHe fur M nile Horo tin Pacific The Government rtliould lay Ha own Cable In all probability the linen resultluI Knry day some notion opprea peopleSvote iiwnefNlilp of publiu utilities Each notion of this nature liaatetK I sawnershiplwill I excuptiini Ijrt1 thllhIlliedbr i down toI iipvraiu their own street will UllrlWei riler11flrNndsIlrlRle IcontrolI f hlltrIOJ o 8 iiMlor Olnrkof willrliruun Ul I IIIIIOHLf for tHch of the lltthl armNk20000 alone I A r heriffs Sale for Taxes 1lh tolloetna In n list of rel mule ni J vt wn iota lo be f lil fur cash In hand at the court Lome ilwr In UUkmnn IKultnn- oouniv 1OD Uutlay Marcli 12 IVOQ At Iuelak Pili halas Quuniy Court ilj for MIIIII nIJ County stud Collr ge IUff Jut fur tbt year 1890 A K CIpln 110 aeres of land I sebeoiII 1 tM A K tlurli 00 ntrei of l1lId Slate and cauuty t + x091 tin1 Ma 1041I V II Green SA 1IIr Und Sutu- ami loiiiiijr IM tJ MI 140 lOtf 1 II Irfen uti Mr H K been u Itto net neud Suite sad nun I I 171itI + rd aunty tai 6 01 tlUls lax u 7 Kk cel IOa liltI Joe U Itltu hrlm WO ffi IUnd t SfttI MINIl omul us I1 Iflt tihMl 1sx 120 rest 110 7110I tin W Smlili 00 cares ef Mml titsI and eseety tea 308- all i 160 fi18 to Felt 60 aere + alt land Seie- endl couiiir tax 1261 coot 169 t tS WiUin 117sorry lead Susie l+ Bl earlymei t jO Bret 110 C70t iTf M1 T vViioeii M urn of tamm- dVane end aunty ux SI- IIIIAI IMt east I110 693t UlCKICAN OOLOIJlIt LiSt KtBir Aiklm I11st Kil HlekiuiH S i sod olIn11111 1 fjj shoot ix AOc MM I 60 837- AnJf r Ilnwn 1 Ile Uft HUk asSta sad sassy tn 1 el- rnol ux 1 1T sett 160I 4 4A Tim lalln 12Iswn hw lieu t luck ntsar8tse ux 3A4 beell Ux- f r 93 wed M 4 00 MM 1 10 QW Ann Brown 11W In B lltckmtn Su ix till Mel I 60 214 roh lawn 4 fin Okl Dlikmnn Mil tax SM Mhetl tux 1 M a 1W I7t 1MICrtrr I town tot Stlp Ins eohel us ISI semi 1 M J9I Ji C rr IIt Bon IIUkrakD Stale in 11j seer 1 CO ES- rii1l + cnwdtr 4 leis ton llUVm n Ste Uz 119edleol1 UX 0K xi 1 10 4 M- Ui Ewing 1 lei In Est Illikmin imu ux 101 school us 1 II- e l l160 48Z- Ienle heirs 2 Isis Slut llkkmen ille uslM i nhiel us MU 1 119 ITS BdiJes t 11M E IHikm n S4e- in Mk ei II f4 olrl Linden 2 lien lott B tank ne ux 191 eekeei us 18 51 M 274 MitllQ A If- KM IA t 1 twn Ui Stle Ux M MbMl1 tIll ISle Met 1 JO 4M Ts1 i tleGekee I tot tt+ ot Ileekte4si e 1i 1 l1ehal In 18 sdill 21e 1 11t 5os C StIe at IINkcaa fete ux 369 itie l ux la-tL 1 M ATS J 1IWII In Unit llttk nBMt us lUcti j rot 1 AO 2 6- JIm th Rtldi heirs 0 how less E- UUkru n diesil us 180 ttbil 411IiMieoSjimI IuI411 t+Tnf6t3 249H Yiet Bhktee- uie us 1 fit school titI2O wit 1 10 4 21- frink I flnnib lilt Past Hlakman aIO lux 101 j wheatIu I 96 eeil 160 1ILouth Bmiur 1 levee lit Sidle ifcxTS ewt110 J8- Ittbtn Tullijr ft town lots K Htik- dfi ux227 i Mhillix 1893 sect to IOUJ eoi 160 177 Uh Tba ptin 1 let Em Hlikmin SUit ux 114echelj ux 1803- ind 90 2 Ib ee1160 6 t4 AUx Tllliwortb 1 HI H HIikBiio Sete1 ux In Mil 110 28- UBet f 1111 1 tot Bin Iltokmen- Oflete Ux fir prs 1818 sad 18W- l L47i out lM llOT- Ljrdl UIIM 4 turn loll Still tut- S9Cj ebiel ux 03 and 19137- Mu 160 106 1 tel B Illikwun State 1hllor sect 160 114 1 lewn kit Smile- UI 1011 cht tax SneJ W 4515 MM 1 CO IItO- ecl WiliUms letl R Illekmin Sum us 132 iliMl tux 113 j tei1 50 3W All Editors Life Saved Uy tibuiiibcr lalne Cough Itemed Oaring tho early part of Ortotoer 1800 aofltrofltcil a anyone cold whioh Mt on my lungs and via neglected un ell I feared that oonanmptlou Imd np pttorfl in an incipient state I wan oem tnuilr eoaghiiig and trying to expel f tIOwdaiug which I could not I te came alarmed and after giving tho lo oat doctor a trial bought R bottle or Chamberlatnn Cough Heuiody and tho remit writ tmmodlttte improvomont I wall slier I had trial throe bottles my laup were restored to thMr JleRlth- ytllteD I S KDWARDI PnbUnlior of j Tho Review Wruut III Far elile by i Il C Oowglll Hiokman nod A M Shim State Line Druggist i W A XT KIM IlleUnble man fur Manager of Urauoli IjTltoe I wish to open in this ioluttI for ouergotlo soberlopening an I Sood Kindly mention this jmpor whoaI trising A T MOimiS Cincinnati 0- ladtugeIllustrated Cutalogno 4 ots Farmers Froo Column Under tints hondlng will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed fl puce subsortbl 1 seed o for sale frco of ohnrgo tot sipJIBT Cow for i+ ale sFliie Durham Iktw with young OI1ltl itd Lirrimit FIISnleLv flho Hal anode Call 011IJAS LEUWIDOI- II FUU SALE ilUowl Clover lIllY t7 per ton at rick llS t01111Uk Cow with vnniJ calf ISWck Langshan Chickens nod oggs Ting flriest healthiest and layers of all 1 to M A bIODANiKL IP1ll I- IE INIJ 1 1Ii t t I r Wjg I i I r iII fr1JWr nrt 4 6 = I I t IDcuggnstS I I e 1I1DQUlt1 US halt I I JlNIU8IIl J UOUGII SiilUPS 8ANioiiiriX1IVUIOl111 i l t PRISSORIPTIONS Carefully Compounded r UU1311EL DTii 1LiiOTIUN LAW Speaking of Ilid Goebel Dire jlion Law told the republican view of the democratic organization under Its provlnlotiH on election duv hither Goebcr enHItl hiivo Imd lilniHuif oouiilitl In anti resold not or be would Inivo hud It dour lulu toNi nut If tin first proposition Ie true thou luibelti oluut rind or Ihohlghoaltitle la true It rolHOH the Mamlard of the whole di ninenit I it organiza tion to the Biuno high iilanu- MAJI GHNKUAL SV IH Mute who oumniniiili l lirokltirldgt ill via ion 0 S A will IIP i ho gniHt of lion old stall oflluor Major John B Pint It during Hut Ounledpralc Ku union ut houiHVllltf Miiy 30Juno 3d 1000 l OLD GOLD WEISKEY rVe K WEBSTER SUln AUBNT FUR Union City Tenn THIXTONe MILLETT 8b COI- 1Jtt1l1elv OWKNSllOKO KY h 0 t jr tiJe I Bread t8 TIIII- STAIeF OF LIFfII 1A TO Atm GOOD FRESH BREAOI4- 0o t10 1tOJ2tJew + Dug + Bakery Broad Calces and Ics Baked Daily fU1 3ieUt1viiazti volt I Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates 1 and Candies Cigars and Tobacco r AFRESH OYSTERS fp rl sad OBUCRT lURnUYID DAILY 1 V1- Farah i + OytfMn Barred in any style aunt at fin hsous r I Come Sec UII Tallplytnnp99 ggt New City Bakery 1 + 4+4 jII c4IJ 1 lajestle Cooking laags The Best in the World I You rntiuoi Yin Ice Ii Iblfu Ia Buying One Qf these Ranges 1 Onynf Its Birougont Point la Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I lUkoH BlHotiltA In 4 flau notesBuyungCull timid BtAiimluc Tlieiu VoiiMI Huv u 0 OilierM E E rIAstica w ta dr 1t9 Mw rtsAte h HICKMAN MARBLE VOIlKSQNHrIJI41teHBJ JHlJn TOM DILLON Sr Propr I vsrr N B t 415 4i Marble and Granite Monuments o ueJ3JN G HTOHli VVORIt of nil Kinds nON 1 IRNOiNQa o Kiolsman ECy W R WEBSTER DUALI3R IN flNn I KItNIUCK Y iNn1 TENKIKI ll IIJIIK1JS SULK AOKNT Volt Oo8300Old1nrbo I I I onnMountainI SPECIAL OFFEH AR SlRI am uhablod t1i sell quarts ffirffWIirSKfiVll VRlAIDIIndlulilenlhlfIlOlonl nyiat liberal ofler mud I await IB n trulvWOlt1treDD1 i t It al I road Time Tubl + iI N0SStLltRLEAVI I TrlnNo17drmrainI Local and Personal Sotto men chow their plug tolmioo 801110 men chew tho tug JawKzcept1 Some user pot thoir ads in uaixtra terse3tnnoBnt thoy ought to have moro Kcnvc Did you Jut n vnloutiner Hhuo Reeves spent Sunday lu Jnl tOUt rf300 bnys a good Guitar nt- Bucgs FullouPrhtnyGco IlobortKou of Union Olty vis Ited IHoKUiau TOClICIIlYIMr nutl MN D n brynut return wt to Fnlton Sattmlny- lJgL 1aruorr call with your produce ut THi SHAWS Big Btoro Sorviciii nt tho Christian QIu rob Sunday by Eld A S Dabnoy Mr Andy Dougherty of Monjid ivy 111 viw in tho city Tuesday Mns J O Irloe and airs Addlo Kwtnttr vlltoil relative In Union CMty Sunday Mr W P Taylor of Fulton Rim OIL r Than its or Uny eld wore In tho- Ci Oty Monthly rrViolin null Guitar String toe tiny nt lOo n Box nt BUCKS Paul Shaw btu returned from u via it to relatives in Park Jnoknon and Tren tou fenu Mime Bollo Meroer and Leone ln qua will go to Morophi tomorrow to Hair Pudcrowskl Mm L H Loakhnrt and Hub son Loots of Union Olty visited frlendi in tits city last week MIL Shaw and POrGY JoneS at toad nl the loflturo ot H W J Ham nt Fate cHI Friday night last SKfirTakoyour llldm Furs and Cam o Ui SHAW Snow Mr and Mn 41 Shaw and lit Uo son Arthur of Stole Lino vistaad thtlr motJior Mn Wt Shaw ton day John Betts of Mound Olty Ills a old lliokuiitn boy was in the our lout week slinking hand with the friends of his boyhood days tl1R Carrie Lee Garrott of Wood yUle n daughter of the late Thomas L Qarrett was married to Mr Lad llnItlml of Murray on Jan Sutti Some Bountiful Pat torus Wo liavc 600 bolts wall paper left from lattyoar which we Are soling nt Ilam than coat WL O ss Boos STOIIK- l3f t MiMC Mary Wlmyuo Murphy K t LJOn Ancl111M Ruuojl of kalto n t trti Ufokmln TliuPirday to alters d the dance at the New Laoletle Hotel The angel of death visited the biome of Mr and tin O E linker Tuesday night Inking an infant child one of the twin from their homo Sin auto sympathy U extended Willis I Rtngo Secretary ot Stnts during Joy Uuoknurn term died in Ftoriuu last week He was formerly u citizen of Hlokmau county a gallant Coufeusmte soldlor and Doull hOl1rtoo guulloman See+ Buchanans Cost Prices on Sloes and Hats The Moral tributes our of the fines jitwicw btiliiK n oolumn of llowora from tlio Ouiro Hardwood Ifxehuugt At the Louts Dtftlontoourt burial Monday I ware ptcIUly beautiful in arrange maul anti iltMign Our old friend Dr F M MeCrjo ofr Union Oily lied announced himself t s a candidate for Ueproimtativo of Obtou l1Ouu in tho uoxt Tuuuwuoe LttgUlu tnra subject to the action of the Worn oaratie party He U a mighty olever man and will make a strong race For Iolllo Iorrmpoiulcncn e Tho latest noveltlKt in line Box Pa per Tablets IUo Broken packages ofr paper and cnvelopea extra tine stout at oat and leas Wiuoxa Boos SroRB Union Oity COIncourlor Mr TomI MaDsrniot of HIcKman who lion been firing on tho NIIAhI hat St Louis HaUrovd several yuan outdo his firstl run from Nashville as ongluour sturI dayur MoDurmot has ninny friend F hone who will bo glad to learn of nil promotion Supply your wants at Buchanans Closing Sale Tho Lee Lino will shortly put inI two new boats lu tho St Louu andI Tonnusjco river trade in addition to tho two now running out of Paduoah Tin P tora Leo and tho Roes Leo will run from St LouU to Waterloo Ala while tho two now oats the Itowonu Leo atei Bavlosi Lee will bo placed in tho Pa duoah aud Waterloo trade J0PJP If you want Style Fit and especially Quality in MISSES AND CHILDRENS1 SHOES it will pay you to son our lines HIOBNAYLOU Oash Shoo Store The ninny fri uds of Dr HuSh E1 Prathcr who is attending ledioao Suliool in Louisville wore surprised t lunar of his mnrrlago Ho wits mar ried on tho 7th lust in JoirorHouvlllo Indto Miss Suo Murphy also of this county The Groom ia a most promis lug young man and tho bride ono most Aooompluhcd and prettleat youa ladles of this section and togothor theya oujoy the belt wishes ot M rTho Comic Valentine Party Ouo of tno most delightful and pleas ant social events of thus or any previous HOasnn was thn Comic Valentino or Mat big Honrt party siren by Mr and Mrs J T StophouH Wednesday evening There were 12 invited young couples I and each lady and guutlcmau brought n combo Valentino whloh he or she thought most dexcriptivo or applicable to their own person or character mid these valoutiucri WITH numbered pinned to tho wall and enoh guest ImdI htjVIIJttnUuoHandle won lilt prize stud Mr Kenneth Audorson tho boobio The njieritil fea j turn of tho entertainment was the mate ing of hearts tho invitations were on H divided heart that afterwards wax to lit mntCHl to n whole heart the cake the too cream the uandwiohei etc were himrt shaped A largo heart way pins I ed as a target and ouch gnent with bow nUt111uI Dillon won tho lit prize nnd Mian Leone Fnqna who wins and holds nilI eOnljllrThe invited guestst wore I II Chas Baltzor Leone l ucIUII win Helm Ivoy DtllowIHenry HelmAlice CoW1ILoo Kirkpntrick NelMo iMm John Dillon Mary 4twoodILou Shaw Hollo Meronr Alit Shaw Bewilo Case Konnoth Andenou Muttti HelmII F T Handle Anna Ontten non lfslm Jesto Isler Nick Holoombo Virginia Lntxn AlvIn Young Lizzie LntUell i XKW LAUNDRY Jon tAol tint alma Laundry in troutI of llogors store nod next iI door lo Oity fakery Call and see us Satisfaction guaranteed JKU LEE IIi Killing of Louis DeMontcoun Mr Louts DoMontconrt a prominent citizen and lumber dealer of Cairo Ill j tend some years ago n citizen of hickII man was shot and killed Thursday iiI evening of last week by Mr H ire gnu DeMontconrt and Grogau hadIj been partners in tho saw mill buMntss IInffnlneII Meeting afterward ut tho boardinghouse whom DoMonUxmrt was at supI per our informant says that Grognn opened tire on DcMoutconrt klUhlItina and according to the report shot him twice after no was dead Uroguu Mon1 Tho remains wre brought to Hick mnn from Oairo Monday on tin flteam er Dick Fowler escorted by tho lltllOuI io Fraternity of Cairo among whom wore a largo number ot Knights Temp las aud Interred in the Uiokman Com otor- vfllyco Jle111N Tho town U dry rind tho people lookI lazy Mr nod Mm Dick SooAnic snout Sun duty m Hlokmnu guest of Mr and Mrs GreenVAtOIliMm Pauline F Olay ton of Union IIIII list for two or three weeks Mr Wm took and ulster wore gusts of SundayMrspent Sat unlay and Sunday with Mr nud MrsIHoary Tnxis- Mn Caroline Miller living near Coal rhino spent last week with Mn WUII l Iuut+ ton Mr Tour Snow and wife gad Miss Kdnn Kirk were guefitst of Mn MI E Jason and son tidy week We are glad to two our old beloved friend Mr J W Ammous able to be up again Mr H BdmLitoii will move book on his home place in n fow days lIMes Om amt HUlL Mayoa sad Allure Underwood spoilt Sunday with Mn Anbdll Mr Sour Onson null daughters were in townlhls wk R FILL POT Meits nnd Boys Suits go nt Cost at Buch anans Dont flak Up Things Here 11 n notice dint is worth a heap to some of the grocery stores in Hiok mnn but wo dont charge n cent for it- t is copied front the Milan Hustler Be careful not to pick up little things In the stores and carry them off without paying for them This habit may grow on you For a man to oat ono apple n day without paying for it would In the fors ty cents Thnt will amount to consid erable if the merchant lips several such friends Of course penons who out n place of candy or an apple almost ovary time thoy oome into a store do not stop to think that ovary place represents so much oath iuvoated yet it is not right to thus Impose upon tno merchants II THINK I would go crazy with pain worn it not for Chamberlains Pain BUui writes Mr W II Staplotou Heruiiuo Pa 11 have boon ntlllctcd with rheumatism for several yours and buys trued remedies without num lboI but Pain Balm is tho bust tncdi duo I have got hold of Ouo applica lion relieves tho pain For sale by Oowglll Oowgill Hickuiau and A M Shaw State Imo Druggists Tits determination of England to putt all the CCO slips of war in to commiaslon nnd to cult nut 200 000 volunteers on land ia in ef feet a nolloo lo the out sidr world that Britain proposes lo bo ready antonnticu will he disregarded bj England enemies They cannot fall lo eat Iu Huoh action a mark IInclfbyyAfrica Birmingham Newt o N 4 u t Spring poods1 WHITE GOODS DIMITIES INDLV FN MNNEN fll WN Hro ElnhJloilcriesanal Laces pet es Gin lainS randDucks JUST RECfiLVED AT Baltzer Dodds Some Sell Cheap SHAWSELLSI 4 Spring Goods HAVE COME and are inlI1 aoming consequently the stock unsalable in Summer whioh we have neither wish nor room to hold over MUST BE SOLD A iftC J k fto COME SEE 03 anti Thorny leave another will be added to our long list of refereticos a M B SHflff A Conundrum 1 heard tho following oonun drum sntd It A FullowH which struck me nit distinctly clever What il anicter IH therein tho Bible who pussesstdno mime Huflered dentin in dlflVriMii form from any Inlliotecl before 01 nime that time n portion of whose flirouil 110 In every household oral tho cause of whose death hits been rondo fainoun by u modern author Give it up slit Wi13 tin iin wer in Loln wife Shin posset es no inline no our vlco met death through bring turned Into u pillar of suit suit lain oHr houdt hold and Edwaril Bellamy wrote Looking Backward HO there you are11 New York Tribune Advance 1In Hither Education The advanced Bongos of ednca lion arc beooming mure thloklv urowded Twenty flvp years ago 11011ulnjnilhigh Holioole now tho Iper crust J Hgu is 61rho number of such pnplln InivinT tnnreiised train 22 flat In 1870 to 449000 in 1808 Time number in private high Huhnoln his IncrmNHil in the same IlinG from 73740 10 105225there heir ing beta a deurvitHse relative I IhO in population Tile Indicates a large measure of advance in the public blab Hchools us prenarato ry schools for colleges over what was the case years ago Stood heath Off E B Mnuday a lawyer of Houriottn Texas onco fooled a gravedigger He sayH My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persutul od him to try Electric Bitters nnd he was soon much bettor but continued their uso until ho was wholly oared I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills dis ease germs had purities tho blood aids digestion regulator liver kidneys aiul bowels currji constipation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney rninblas fee hoallrOnly A t l CURIOUS LAW SUIT A curious law unit which grew out of the purchase of a piuno huts just keen ndjadicated in Provi dunue The bin tar of the iiiBirn ineiil ordered it delivered nt her renidence but when it arrived thero It could not be carried thro Iho ilonr Thu window sashes were then taken out but in virus and It was next decided to remote the window frame The piano drillers were unwilling to bear the expense of that operation and so watt tit pnruha rllIclI18 a result the Instrument woe taken buck to the piano moo ia and the woman demanded the return of her mon ey Upon the refusal of the dent ers to comply with her request the entered suit and the case has been decided against hum r A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the wid ow of thu bravo General Burulmm of Maohlas Mo when tho doctors said she + Xould die from pneumonia before morning I writes Mrs S H Lincoln who mended her that fearful night but she egged for Dr Kings New Discovery vhich had moro than ouco saved her ife and oared her of ConsumptionF ftor tubing she slept till Uer use entirely cured her This mar cllous medicine is guaranteed to cure II Throat Chest and Lung Diseases nly 600 and il00 Trial bottles free utCtll drug stores STKVY COW Taken up us a stray by O R Wil liams living on tho Little Ubion river OountyKentuckyOne cow 6 years old strawberry roan spotiuhalf uudcrcrop In right oar and crop and split in loft ear weight between crumpledhorns + brpJ1 ii9February 12 1900 lm j H M Kc t nor J 3 C 0 Acopy attest S D Lutes Olk C4t11118 III The Sinnli Boy on War The Atlanta Constitution prints the following np from the fertile brain of one of Its youthful nor tributom Wnr is n Gruel Thing It makes the witmneti Wielders nn time small Boys Orphnntes nut Maw says Rome of the Moll what ets Killed Aint worth KillI In Wlddera gets a pension some limes when their Husbands la Killed Pa has been in tho war twice but Mnw says looks like he never will got KilledIl- A Woman as n Man The peculiar case of Ellis Glenn now on Itrial at Parkersburg W Va for forgery line taken n new turn anti been transferred for the time bring to the U S Court El tin Glenn la a woman who for years Lisa been Known as a man mind linn not only done a tnnna wirk ng carpenter plummer stonemason capacitiesLintthan one young lady Her trial is on the charge of forgery and the case goes Into the United States Court on a motion for n writ of Inbens corpus nn the allegation that at the time the alleged for gerles were committed the accus ed was n resident of England THE old Czar of Russia has a liUHlntHn head on him He turtle n peace conference and then pro puree for war 111 TheStar Shoe HighestGrades 1 for Misses and Children CASH SHOE lSTORE iucM r s ssqHONEST JOIN IxA Frnnkfort dispatch says ttic friends of John K Hendrick are grooming him for the gubernator mini nomination Heros toHon oat John Ift That New Election Law aadaAiI I y now election law If they do itI will be BO good and so fair that we v tfleen are willing lo accept it sight on IAFrightful Blender T- Will 1 often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bncklens Arnica Salve 7 will kill trio pain and promptly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Corns nIl Skin Eruptions Beet Pile cure on earth Only 25o a box Cure gnaran teed Sold by all druggists llendnck Take Charge AB Goy Qoebel lay dying he Bald to bis brother Arthur Send for Flendrlcknnd John fleodrtok was summoned He knelt down by the bedside of the man be Joy ed and honored and placing bis ear close to the whispering lips received this message TllkeIcharge and never give up It was thetallant leaders That come maud to his most trusted lIenten tnut frIend and cnnnsellor The trust was well imposed for no truer knlghtller Kentuckian lives than John K Uendrlck Clinton Democrat PAY THE PRICE OF THE 350 CROSSETT SHOE4350 And bo sure of THE BEST The man who wants the highest degree of comfort noel the most service will find it in CROSSETT SHOES Il GODMAN SCHOOL SHOES ore the best for service These are High GrJd ant Low Prices r l nicE N9 3 YLwOB E600 it IN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OFFERED To Subscribers ot The MemlWccttly Amerlcau 100 GETS 60000 OASH Try It Yon Mar Uot It No Ouo has a Better tkaoce thaa Yo- uGUESS NUMUEft of grams oa an sveragebsised ear of White laJUn Cora 10 Inabs liiiaieier at tare end 23 Inches In middle 21lochl small aid I Inch + + circumference IL Urge end l8 13 inche at email end 6 13 In middle 7110 The ur of Dora Is placed In the American National Beak of N hlHt menu uuliuiketi cud no one on poslbly know the number of grains on It The Sa mUWeekly Ameru4n the crtcseat SaralSVaekly News Family and Farm Paper la she South lOt number a year le+ s than a cent a copyalters to the subscriber first ending in uu oorreoi or nearest correct guef + reinlttiag l for teem raooths sub oriptlon lo the dini tV + skly Aiaerio o- 4V CASH 9SOO 00 dcond correct or nearest correct guess receirf cash 1SOOO Third correct or netreit oorroot guess raoeit l Fine Top Buggy 76 00 Fourth bearingdrop 6300 itch correct or 1Ilrett correct gue + n reoeiTed Junes chain drive Mower 6500 sinh oorrfOior nor n correct tuetu received Tornado Feel cutler 6500 Suteiith eeriest or ne ireji aarreoi tu+ n reoeired dalenilllo Feed Mill IS 08 Eighth aiirrroi or ourut correct vests reoeUe Lund Koller S600 correct araeir+ atoorreot4uecs received Dixie Pet Haller 2600 samisen or nereH oorreot ice+ s reooivl oml corn jhtller 1000 To the first 1033 Sub orlbr oho Bead in twelve months lubsoriptlon and guess whether corrector not will reoelvn c complete History 3 vole ume of America War llumcnltya book no one obould be with outnicely illustrated sad interesting cheap at 1 each 1000 00 TOTAL 200100 Contest closes March I 1000 No guess will be received bearing poitmark later air + n Mitroh 1 1000 All awtrdi will b+ pall Ituiieeiaiety after doling ofoootMt if there should be any tie gueeas thin le two or more gu+ etos entitling the parties 10 ihn came award It will be equally divideI Send la your dollar and guise this dy Trj lo got the J300 Just think whit you can do wih 30 J cash and ao eau hug a better oh noe 10 get U than yourself If yon do not gel flril you may get use nd PHIZBS ou FILEee Plenformerm it t I name oend wk e tbuve received aecrd + Welllngloa Edwards Turoersvllle Tenn f600 alibi Chte u Cope 8pru Tenn 10- 0BSG AGENTS OFFERSend postal for Aiienle lerojj If you want to act as agent Alt gaeiiet must be accompanied by 1 00 for twelto mouths iubscri tloo Address THE AMERICAN Nas yiUe T9HH L 1 i r k 2J Vj OTIIEIl day ou tricher read From n hlsfry book that told Dout George Wash lnton iad ald lie w u z always Joodtrn sold Didnt act Ilk boys now dose Awl ho nova toW a Mt Novtr said a hlng but Vuz Honest InjMi hope to die And we folder 4 wished that we Vuz as goods he ueter be Teacher read us bout that ax That his father gave him and how George lie skips oat and tads Dews a tree to beat the band And hta pa wux wild you know Cause trout a expentve tree Dut George couldnt lie and no its lust scz Yos J1t1 twux me And his pa he almos crleJ lies co glad George hadnt lied WeM last night I wanted seme Marmalade down off thfe shelt In the pantryIt wuz pam And I thought Id help myself Then twuz Juat my mean old luck Hit a jar I hadnt area Dowa It went and course It ltrusk Right oa top the soup tureen Qooinees cakes Dont eay a word Worseat smash you ever beard WeD I Just skipped out of that Heard pa eomla oa the run flight alaW It on the eat Ifet I thought of WIaIRton I MS New I woat shirk rhea pa had seen the mess 8aIi Sam to thus your work J JAnd like George I answers 101 i l what Axed him all right worked for me a mite i Whats the MM of tolHa morel If your ear had Jut been proneed Up against err woodshed door t 1 Youd afDand out all the rest Gorges pa said right away To my arms my noble boyt I went oa pas knee and say x Twaint authla to enjoy hays thats Washlntens gee whist s Seed to have a IM like hta Joe Lincoln In L A W IluUetla 4- I vimv t w tIG rr vL + Iytr V t iiA WASHINGTON STORY f 5 JA J JA FVJ Probably Is Not But Might g a Have Been TrueG I II I IIII I i i Illo I HAVK just bnr adlngn note fiooi the diary of lien Washington who will remain until the crack of doom the one great ilawles dignified hero of the t notion Jf not of the world A hero means one who Is a brave gentleman all tha time I Says Gen Washingtons diary June 30 J7S5 Dined with only Mrs Wash 1 fngton which 1 believe IIB the first in stance of it since ray retirement from public life That was IS months after t J coming home from his victorious wars Think of the horror of Itl For all that time the inquisitive hero worshipers had been dropping in just about dinner time to say How vondorful really Mr Washington It makes me quite shudder to thlnl f really and truly it does Oh i must kiksjour handl And poor Jeorge would have to be polite and rule them to stay for dinner How cozy that little diniftr on June 30 17S must have been how homelike ut last when Gen Washington raised lilt glass and said Martha my love your health That ribbon becomes you vastly You look1 too young for a bat tered bid hulk like me Ueorge said Mrs Washington I dont dare talk like that You n u battered vvbatd1d you saylI The idea Why not a young man in old Virginia has your figure a Then site got up and came round the eupbearersbaringi gether in the gentle summer afternoon i and his excellency sold as he gathered 63 soma cherries Why cant people always leave us in pence Martini How nice this Iis lets go and look at the pigs There were heaps of birthday pres ents auditing his excellency and all the jolly black house servants wished j him long life and happiness and a table wee weighed down with 5000 birthday po jns from the 5000 most t promiMii poets in the country and diem was a heap of newspapers with market editorials In his praise nad every nun who had ever invented anyt thing front u clockwork clambnker a must e iiriors iiid amuiring contrivance to n bmcbaM tnt the general one anti ever ruin wiman cud child who had 1 1wrltlrr a book even If not iiublighecl tent iMOi to lc rgr Washington Yes iV rybjrv seat him a present and J Jwldidv- vlahtt hut Joy and most of them soaethlni r for themselves In return Certainly George V I5 Mngton should 11 have been happy with nil these buautl i fuli costly things but somehow lltslipped to the attic und left nil the gifts trod locked at the little hatchet his 1 I father had given him years and years backrI j Then for vlzltors carne very old men who told him he could never hope to live I J t as long as they for they lintl constitu I himIa I e funeral mill very old ladies who 1 1titahIcnowo ltis father nml called him u and very young misses who trembled to they could hardly utter the words of eongratniatlon they hd+ learned by heart Arid there wan orf j manlylittle nnoal who mile on his pocy 7 bearing hit frraadfcthera compliment and puthctl etraigbt ct tthe hero crying C Gcfcral gnisdpag compymcns w iary returns mice too General I 1 rx f want to knew grandpa JS youre a hero and I want to bo a lhetro100 when 1nt grooved till Cant I plenAe Grsd pn says not to talk nonsense It sat nonsense Is It general Cant I be a hero when Im growed big Dig Washington atooI1 and lifted thet child did you ever know n hero that didnt lore children nnd kissed his cheek and whispered Sons of us can be great or good without Gods blessing 1b be a hero preyrtint and always that God will make you good The little enthusiast looked deep nnd grave into the generals eyes suddenly kissed the kind nioUth hard sndI will and sliding down rode off with his groom alwnyaa better mint for that caressing whisper When it was still long from the state Ily fesjlv l dinner George Washington slipped away from the crowd at the Louie nail wardered oft by himself though with great dread that tome pale young mAn should Jump out from n bush and tire n birthday ode at him Sow he was olt Mount Vornon farm and by n Inno away from the main road la the corner of the lane In a most deserted newlycleared spot about 50 foot hack In tho bushes was the new est of tiny cottages with UNpalntcd wall and rough timbers and u newly laldout gardea nt the back Georgo Washington looked from the wood through which he was wnadertag and paused That was not there when I rod time before the war to run about said he Wk can they be Theyre not At deans Oh no For front the louse onmo a bright aloe that was certainly Vlrginlaa Sow Jack said the voice you mtwt not be so Inay been le there la over eo muoh to do before father comas IMHW I alt lazy Martha said another voice unmistakably the shrill one of u boy Iw doing what dad said Im looking after you and protecting youOh Jack do you call oatiag rail las nod sitting on the table protecting met Well It is If anyone was to coins rouNI now to hurl you even Itlag George himself i+ oultlVt I be ready to killhimWell said Martha with a laugh MI dont expect mar Oeorgo theta morn lug Our George bleu hl1e Hooray 1line boxed his ears Hut there ta work to be done Idofttseea y You are looking only at tho raMaa I I MAN YOUD How do you expect to eat If you dont work And how am I to got supper for daddy in the evening Oh I hove thought of thnt Ill Ashing and youll fry them Oh and who would protect mci while youre fishing ploose You can come too If you wont always cell out Mind jou dont fall In Be good Jack and fetch me some water from the well nad chop a little firewood The general had been listening and chuckling Always the sound of chil drens brightened his eyes Now he suddenly stepped up to the open door of the little new houfe and bowed lie wins dressed very plainly for his muddy walk and his boots were spat tered and he looked quite plain and homely lIe saw a neat little woman of 12 or 13 busy In her kitchen and a pert brighteyed snubnosed young rogue of seven sitting on the table I wish you good morning maam said the general load morning sir Enid tho maid en with n frightened oourtoey HalloaI said pastor Pert seizing n carving knife Whore did you conic from Arc you a friend of King GeorgeIl a trucYoure not on Englishman I ant o- Youre not n royalist II IJecaure If you were Id have to kill you that8 all Ic quiet Jack youre very rude eald his filster reprovingly Please sir hos only a little boy anti some times theyre a little vexing but Ito s n good boy Is there anything I oan do for you slrl If It wero not too much trouble n glass of water willinghousewleand stood very erect in front of the visitorI o believe sold tht little boy youro the biggest man over DIXV Aint you Hor couldt I tell you that Matter Jack I Are youJ bigger than my father U you kuor my fntkcr MyI fathers 1 big wan bigger than me n good deal My fathers Just come to live hero nUll t farm Ho you live near hero Wore you In tho war Did you kill nny IZnglisbnum Did you get hurtedV My father fought In the war anti got a bullet tVrough his nose It makes him look nwful funny Youve a bi nose A lay hit me on the nose oiioa and It bleodod awful I guess your HOBO woukl bleed lots wouldnt It Oh what a ntoo chain Wont you show me your watch Oh what a nice watch will you show me the in sideAfter stud tho general with his arm gently round the child after wove given up thinking uf going fish lag and brought the water for later and chopped same wood lack looked quite startled and turnod red Tho Wg kind jt firm eyes looked hto Matter PerlV and Master Pert stuffed hit knueklet Into t eorJlcLTool1ooUnltl the general come Ill help you So tht grayoyed pleasantfaced lit tie girl coming bark fou1 the father of his country breaking up wool at a gruat rate while her little brother was ktngbintrly gnthcrlns chips HOb sir said Martha with amaze wbat a man youd be around the house And she was still mere aauMtt at the effect her words had ulcer the tranirpr who dropped tao ax alto threw his head beck with quits a rear ai laughter until for the IInure ha ncas of It little Jack and hlitltft iMMgbed too I like you saM Jack grabbing the ffeaer rt hand as they want Into UM house TOIHO and see aa otter and Ill show you ulcers UK beat RMSg place e My tether weald bt glad ta wu eomo you sir said the courtly mad on His business talus hint swtly just now alt awry tiny but in UM spring1 thank you kindly wM ties gen eral MAad ea I live near kera I a lshan be friends wilt my nor neIIIt bars nut this Ila lallkr I thought youd Ike It bettor tkaa water dr And please try three awhich I road this merrias been- Cara Its her birthday cried Jack Shes 11 and Im seven Now that is a happy eolnrldeaee said the general brcat e It ie ales mjr birthday I Leg to wish yes many happy retaray of the day I WHAT A BE AROUND rilE HOUiE I go voices I And he bowed very 1low and she I bobbed her very boet oourteajr and Jack acted oat You look so you was donolng Time was getting OH bat the gener al was loath to go He was enjot ing hlniMif for 1kb first time in a long mnllltheI flower bed lie was thoroughly happy n the merry company of these chil dren who only thought kin a fadiag unusually goodnatured stranger hut at Ilast he went with a grimace at tbe thought of all tho laced and silken crowd waiting fur him The two children quite brightened by his presence worked about busily sad played about merrily and male things pleasant for father at sundown lint an hour before sundown cnmr riding by two people who called Jhrm rllIlIythoullatl merrymaking and one mans ioi e had lust a shoe and him drunken dig nit Ittheto come to him or vise have IoM hrsled to the blacksmiths while Ihe waii ed It was evident that the dwellers th IInlltIClleI theirlordlyNowMissfrightenedbut whenthehimloadsmithJackWhat what Youll be paid horseCome j novlnebatfurtherIll go no further the oranyFllbbtrtlh Ill sixter hadme IIe ha A breve inruthtieyrt 1 f He staggered up anti Taok Jack flew at Ithroat like a terrier The Iglrl iwrcflmwl the other lAin raUed ils riding whip anti struck down on vfhe boy Jack yelled from rail and anguish but clung to tho choking throat never heeding the first blows mired ou htm Who cottage was In a dreadful uproar in rushed time trIIIfr of tit morning sad it IIs said hu oi nee l not liellere It nitloM badgword Those two foolish young race juvrr were In Nuel trouble before In George Washingtons great right arm w nell ont of them helpless and In tar lfl another and bump bump Vuilty bump went tho two empty foolii bru gart blackguard heads rim Iing strainer rack other like cooon fjuih on a tree in a tttona Ulten they Pcn almost scnrtiees tho general laid Kern flowi wiiU force end thrashed Vn tiil their own whips and so ftan lrd and inaltreateil situ mashed Kteri that when at last they got to heir kmrx and legged for mercy Veir u + n loving mammas voud kavo lit antiy repudiated tIM being 1 piingof theirs In the Breaallme lkv Pert danced about cheering en h M w friend and Martha sobbed In a n mer hiding her fare and bogging VI tJeortje for o the general had MIl i himself not to kill anybody am rttt to get hurt hknsflf Ami then thnaal threw anlde his whip end m the ra eala stand ail before him bet I iv could only fare that ragag rigus eye with bowed Mad and lo J knees v n Washington they mumbled p let us go itIt na only the wi i There was no harm done IN wired them out but the mis rhif ots done At the wards Use Uii union little Jacks Jaw dropped An I shook like a felon at the Hi it that he had threatened tu kill tit lii aril greatest rrrr In that cr an i iirccunlr lalhlroppcd r her rs but the feat ialmaiV her rljr aV pt the blrtSdsy gift be had MIl f Mount Vernon aad back to get jar r mII was not the earn- en e ti general felt saddened as he vert homeward jest as twertbcivv ha i kllin t breauee he could trot be a k a rain I11 rrer atd fce to himself trite It i ss he was dueling for the bell M evening I finer nut hAdao ny fun on a Weekdaysine I i up that old cherry Irer k t ii Dvi In Hi Ix ul cibrL nt ILIBVBD THE SElrtlirtL i v uiBstloH talked an merit nt sllr worse 1kllp n starving lielliler Ilrrakfated ViJKam IVrrice givesI a ttfnPbkik- t n of Wnblrgtoes memorable wlr I rut iufferiag at Valley Korge la liar l ts UmttM oareah UIi It Is 11 as tin nl esla thsad sjteosl ta thins ta rah foft Irasa mile ke writes I d there scald be fcaxd eyes tfletni lea sort of dmalnggnw tuvlc f all WoeJea bedcovera IItcarted wore of New JrrMjr n t I 1i etc quilted clatbe at ChUiua Inn 1itb the patricllr jest that M OMoa were said sometimes to Hen ibe reaeers ao new there woqd be a nettle tor wen nuke aright wear the pritleMi aahlngtun who peer u aTTarated Mid tatfrw men had Leer iWiR one shirt many eeiy bad1 a- s1 ukr setae none at aiL Nearly 3t fJ vt r were karrfooted aid eeeasloaal sight be seen a soldier who was a- bat naked Sometime there was eon king te eat ia the tau Imt rotten sailed trrriags Men were knows to sratch st the dough of halftanked eakes in the kitohca of farmers whoa law ruti traotora and the eummiwry IUAand the oaaUaeoUl eaagreen hIHl breMgkt IS MO men to the verge sf sttt5 liOnandthebloodetleaWayas ran let with rage as be looked en kl peer fdbnn weak with hMagrr In ueed there WAil bat one k tr tumbler and alma but one weedev dish its oeer mesa WaeWafftea hloeclf Id one tat ea potatoes gad hickory nut My pntft men lie said to the sentinel in front ef lik headqaartim peMriog wp Iud down In time hltleru if a old aatalaf base you had anything to atr Vo air w aa tW reply tllte me your musket then and go inside soft get some broakfa and the till rfiimnaadcr gravely withal up and down a guard qver jls own haute lIe WAS TUB 3IAX j rWhtemnnI say Uncle Dan do dnJccprolsnnnYo wrong hose malt nans not Dnn hits Gawgc 1 iioigo chl Georgo what i nwg Wnehlngtoll sub Alii that sounds famliinr cccms to- roO 1 have heard that name before OrtSpfo yo has boss nh dono bon rpunfl dosel cuwncrs oval since free niuumrTwo heads i4llo heads may ins lxttertbnn ono t aoJh big head iis ntsna1 pnOuh- 1tnlogo Daily Scut- x 1 Y 6r3aeerpct ttsctr ttittgr atttatfrr ta rtnttt re+ al rrtr trtY r1 rittt- i A 1 t t INHERITS A FORTUNE Ales Will Iliillii of louliivlllr InI Lend lrnvlnir Her feint lln baud ftnmrtlilnir Mkn 11NIeN1 I tilHvlllo Ky Kub 13Mrs wmI lotto died nt the family doHldonoe litWoHt Uriiwby HtruuU She wvis is yotim old whllo her hiiKlmiid to whom Aho WIB1 mnrrlvd la July 1887 la only about 90 Thin wedding u root oil qulto n Honwitlon nil over the country Mrs Motto WUIi formerly the wife of J Ik Irwin ono of tho wealthiest men in limn state Ho died 17 yortra ngo In tho south Mr nail Mrs Irwin took qulto n fancy to little Will hullo son of John It lotto tho groat ImHoball man nod sport mud on many of their trips took tho young follow with thou liter Mr Twins loath Mrs Irwin deoldwl to leave nil her woulth Komothlng like tMu0Xt to young Hot to but was advised by her luwyora that the will Gould IK brokun oxuopt In omit InHtanee martinge So In 18t7 MrsI Irwin Inxmino Mrs Will Hottu She gave the young must Sl1800 and sent him coat on his wind cling tour she ronxtltilitg nt homo 11711 soon went through with lite IIIHII cy In tho guy inotropolls and sent moan for acorn Ho IKICMUIU ontaH gbwl wltk an netroM from New Or cans amid his wife nest for him aad Blnee that limo they have bOOR Thing qutlty at their hotter IH this wily Mrs llotto loft nil her woaltk to liar Veuug huebntMl No fawtral arrange iiUHta have been made Tli I uk It an important irrrtlraHkfort Ky Fell liDteettves Momlay bedewed more than ever tint SSikta Jones the mouHtaiNiN arrtMtwl Prlilay In the moat Important armat yet mastic In eonttHUot1 vith loewii IMUon Jnnew tAl a he M4I nothing to do with time shooting butI severalI knlfflalakrd sentenees hew IItell the Milleo to bolleve that ke known ell sheet IU Jfa tokl tile eMee tkwl Holmml Wbtttakitr under street at Uaiarille tea tell eli Itt It If ho will anti1 HO hiss twlee referred to a I prominent rotMbHenn lender IH a lajroiwloas way saying the kt toW I could deer him If ke would only do It round Oil I n ii trait t t Wnler Parts Kj Holt ltAt MillerabHnr a stow of seed petroleum oil level sped In an artindaH well widen waa IMng bored for water The oily had derided to pot in n system of water tvorlM anti1 when thc drill rvMnliMi n depth ef too fort work over alwndetMNl1 I ao welts being wurull Charles Drown Ill+ n loanulKK the well tonsil it two 1 Utlnla full of artHle Jtrtll urn Suit pica have tire n sent to etxprt Tile low of p tr04eHm eoutlHHea sad t though large quantities have lwen ro moved the well ramalaa twotlilnU full I Dourn rrmnn IliUonrd WIlNameburg Ky Feb 13A doses people were i oloHml tent IU LJturk hooiUhww which all made IIn aII tI kettle And fa thought to harm abtorbml crdlgrU The family tiCII apt Charles Martin Irof Jo1Un Mlibura Otmrge awl1 Will Jhmar mgun of KanlsUwvn sad Tnllwlt y alngH of IJIy Ky need Ms heather Carry ntc the okeCMtJ Several hours J later they bccnme wm rfek nail pky i iI detena who were r llml worked with them for many Iifiura All an now out nf danger Krntnrkx niMint for nHII Frankfort Ky Folt 13Som re+ publlonn lames air aUtrtlng H boom for Trdily Roosevelt for nrevMonU I Thin nines from those who are nngry I at MeKlnlny ItHeaana be rwfuetKl ted end alt to Taylor Koemvvlt was n jTnlyor pnrtliHtn mind hacked him up both with hitters And telegrams which he made Imbue llntnln n lorlt l Fend I Frnnkort Ky Feb ILTH all the txtuiitlua In the stair Monday whore I comity courts are In MMuilon aulrnqrip I tines opened for the Uoohol inonunmnt nail detcotfvo fuada and In many I KMiHtltti mart ineotlngM wore hohl nL11I which resolutions In memory of Ono I bel woro adoptedl I Luulnvllle Jail DrllvrryL- oulHvllle Ky Feb 13live nl legwl profiwelnnal burglars anti housebreakers murvutled In making thulr leapt from the Ixiiilavillv jail nbout 10 oclock Thu men nro lied Finn nery fiunrgu Gorman George Multil t rod Henry liirdner mid Thoninu Kelly Professor Ulc of Smallpox I Itliliiiioiiil Ky Rub ILAt College Hill this county Prof John Edwards third of Miiinllpox tight inoinbura of bin funny wi ro down nt ono time with the illHwiHc Viuud iimi in lied Frankfort Ky lrih 131V Staple ton Jolinunn aged 04 ybtira wits found dead In md Heart failure Ho wan n leading oltlzen of timid city Horse Drnlnr Amiluii PnrlK 1Ky Fob tIumllford lab Dolt if North Mlddlcton for himself and UK mirvlvliig partunr of W S Tel bott S Co unsigned to C M Thomas The as etn include 880 acres of land valued nt 17000 Tho Talbotta arc prominent farmers and extcmtivc doal irs in hortioM I ICfiitucky Soldier Drotvticil Vnuceburg ICy FoK 1llarryFreeman n nuunbor of the loynl con i pithy of state mllltln fell oith wharf boat and was drowned Ha hotly I not yet been rucovcrctll 1118II ON AN EXCURSION Ilflr MIrrnUrru tit lie liCKlHlnliiro- VUll Otiiulirrliiiiit Onp Tlirrw uf I Tinin Tulk on till Nlluntliiii- Mlddhwboro Ky Fob 1Ntfty numbers of tho luglHhituro In olinrgo tlf BorgunnUntnriiiR CIt tirrlvud horu on nu oxounrtou tu Ciiinhurlnitil On 1 ItoproHontntlvo Ynrborry of Adulr county who in n niuinbor uf time uon twit committee Htntud In mi luturvluw that they would nuvur ylolil to such riolntlonn of tho constitution m Iis brought about by Itulu 11 Ho yntd further that Uiey nnd Taylor wars willing to Mibinit their olaitiut to hjiy noiipnrtlfcan court In tbv United Status ItxltoproitotiUitlvo lCehinyof Louts wills says that if thin mm tl Hit Ion IM followed and Itulo II Hlin fnt nf that It will bo ImpoiMilblo for the Ingleltt turo to tinwnt Taylor lie wiy n poll of time senate idiowa n nwjorlty In fa Or of Taylor retaining lda setIlppnwentHtlvo llHuwoll of llrmtfcfn ridge county was InHL sad flOMitt ml to wkat Yarberry sash Koldny s1ttL Ho think Taylor will roUifn miss saeat GOEBELS GRAVE h Till Spill ttaleeleil Not Approved of llr HI Two llrollirr stud v- Clinnuft Will lie Jltidr Frankfort Kyrole l1Tho re mama of u late Senator VTTtt Mi Govktfl will He In the little okajwl In familydetermine1 t Arthur and Jttalaa O Il are op inosed to burial IM the tot at tint u 1 ctetl amt upon whisk tlwre ia now- as open gnats sucked will time great profoafoH of gorgeeMe lower set by admiring irletiU from this sadother states and It Ima almost bea deekM to hairy upon a ette In the southwest eernor e the beoain of thelooIIlasr k Kentucky l eealnlHfcag a full lien of the capital HIM other ornea of life loMad end tided ca tear llr JaaltMi Ooebel Milil that It bad not been deeMed wh H Ute iburial will take Idae- TWO STILLS DESTROYEDrllovrnnp Oltlrrr Wrenk Inonhlna Otitni In ilnlr and Nrecn- Cefntie enluekrT CtrfiirnkM Ky Feb 1L1eputyl Cot MajnUHMWk1 tt Aitntr MeA Oreow jsjajiltai Tke BiHegiBi rem fipos n Anmy ttraml atfll wear Rehnor Adah oawiljrwkiek they tlnetreyed togelkert with UOU IkltagIote Near Frye Green county tit of Jf lean sacs upon a still belonging to K l IxMigin Ute solid moonaktner which limy destroyed together with the keiwo 1400 gallons of bm and M Reddens of eiMfrltnga I MglH aerrlel klM elf seer the sill ArtHg several1 llmew at the HtUeara They returned the fire and eogin retreated No one was Injured Onlllnlttn nit n Currr IJtohndil Kyngb iLAt n curve JMt MlMtvr the depot paeaeager train awl freight train Ml eollMH IMlIIl The fireman Jmmnped before the en glns root The engineer mind fireman of the freight cluck to their IMMIIS t1Jtlnk overlooked Ids orAorK Hrv oral mtoMingeni wee torrlWy shaken up and IntltMi ware tl laredttVfIIII hours Col Joirpti II TIn ltrn l- UitMwlUllle Ky lib 1L OoL Jon iL Thence tilt here train oM ages HP waw ta years old and a promlHOMt nNUlCIII lie WM one of this foaadetv of tin wldllw and orphan 1I0MICt or I iulHvllli Ho Will the father of OolI IW I4irue Thorns of Italliiaera Mil past grand commander of the Knight clftHlltClIbur uf yarn and steal high in linen vial circles rcdernl Prisoner Jiosed flreeHup 1Ky Neb IX Deputy noel Stfltea Marshal henry Jnsu took nine prleonera to onlavllle to aiMwcr to charges MH follows M1 V Pierce offense against tIcmineiit William Collins slur Johnson lllchanl hee Franklin Ward ins Rtimiirt ins Ward barge Coletuim nail Wylle Ailklna moon mluing Iliitllilo Illiilicnirnl Owingavlllo Ky IFelK 111lllburt Manloy and Misa Swdlo Motility nnd Frank Burns mill Miss Mary Mfnilo all youifg poopln of near tnwiutilQlJIVii- ito t Aberdeen 0 timid wore niiirntil The brides are nUtunt Izcnnlor Otgll + le Irtd Paducah 1K Pub 10 IJxrSunnior John W Ogltvio died hurl from iv stroke of parnlyi N e Lout Ilse DlnmollJA Fmnkforl KyH Feb toA good many potty thefts wore reported to the police hut thoro vtux only ono ot bargetowniiiul at 1000 cut from his shirt front with npnlr of nlppcrn Ncvr 1oit ogles In KeutieVv- WttHhlujfton Mb 10Post ollloca wore ontabllshocl In ontllllky na lot cnllJtyChh WnnutaIlllc1j d rr I I I r BRYANS PROTEST the Republican Iollcjr Konndli- Nnorcd by tho Champion of Ueniuerncy WIlliam J Bryan is a loader of thought amp ha Walt the first great thinker ol thU country to protest n ninit Imperialism anti to point out atA repubfoItof oourogt for n public man to oppose the trend of war enthusiasm whun it wit at its 1brightI hilt uraiTd with the courage of his convictions Itrynn spoke boldly dud now tho peoplo are with him hnllerlnllilieut ration Mr Dry an Mid In oil my spivclies I devototl con tlileraltli time to the subject of rter- lIm and 1 found that tbu irfu inane apaltist a colonial policy were wail reeehrd I am convince that effort to on piuft such a policy upon our forte Of povornuKnt will allrnate more ripub ilcaiis than Lase left the republican party In any previous campaign As the pwrpor of republican traders to terribly unnrx the Philippine Islands 1 rrntes more appnretit the defender of that pulley brcocnc more and woro bold in their repudUtio of funda mental principles and as the doctrine of fore iix more boldly avowed the die nffcvtlon among the republicans In create Wbtn the republican party tweets THE HER I the speeches of Abraham inI the next oamMtgn It wilt M4 thai the gull belwoon ItlncolnhHti and lion lialsm Is so grant that the admirvrh ott the former cannot be followers ot the latter It the republicans assort that a- trnperiai n will pay they will bo compelled to put n poauntary value upon Uio liver that will bo Mcrifleod I jti the purchase of Ulit supposed ad vantages If they anwrt that the na tion Is following lvinu guidance in tbn prosecutlori of a war of conquest tliry will bo eompelletl to show the cr lrntiaU of the man through whop the Divine will pas boon revealed If they assort that elreumstaoes make IIt neoewwry to remain In theI 1 inlipplno ihlatids they will be met with the rvpy that a republican nd mitilstratlon hoe croatcd tho circum ft nriR which are rolled upon to jus tilv thu retention of the Islands Thus clearly and cogently does the splendid logic of the democratic chain pion meat anti overthrow the argu manta or the opposition Thus are the Hiflple enlightened and thus is a brilliant light thrown on th dIrk of tim republican Im perialists 1 hu kind of Argument is ununswcr Lie and the MeKlnluy foreeu in the cart arc beginning to oforo tIlt auttftlaert kttaokt of William J try un- ImprrlAlUm Nut nover appealI to a majority af the llbwtyloving voters of this country On this issue alone the democrats eon moot and detent their oppononte and when thoro arc jo ned to It tbo argument against trusts nod tha oggrefslons of tho money jicwcr vletory at the polls next ntiuniu will be iraetloally Cincago Democrat Tho republican politicians who belong to the Hnnna wing might to stop talking about tho reelection of Mr ToraKtr to the United States senate Every time they bpcak on the subject they only stimulate the current sus picion that they are insincere Tho situation is peculiar They dare not oppose Pornker now and at the prey cat moment Foraker finds It inexpedi ant to oppose them Kvery sensible man knows that the lUnnaltcs hafc their knives jcady to use on Foiakvr If they ore still In the saddle after the close ot the icampalgn of this year Clncsnn l Enquirer THE DELEGATES Uoniocrntlo Ornnuliiitfnnn Should Thoroughly 1rcpttre Hop reictttatlvcs Since 1600 events have 10 shaped themselves to tho detriment of the na flea and the Aincrlonn people that no man con soon tho prinolplec laid down In the Chiaago platform without being convinced that it Is the true tlomooratlo doctrine in every detail and that to change a line of it would be n stultificationIt charged against the dem ocratic party that it IIs too steadfast In Its principles and that It ii not a party of progress The plain answer to that IB that It never has and nover will pro gross in such fashion that the nuton omy of the nation must be destroyed to permit the agxraodlceutcnt of 1- llpeolnl class nod the ruin of the pooplt- It desires no such progress as that eon tcniplnted by the republican party a progress towards Imperialism sod the destruction of the Individual citizen n progress towards the establishment of u separate sovereignty lorded orb the president of the United State a progrtis which puts In the hands of a favored elnsa the money of the- psoet n progress industrialI slavery sad the apotheosis of plutoo racy Its progtvaa Iia baaed upon the progress and welfare ns well an haupt nets and content of the whole jteoplc whisk la the only American progress To maintain the principle of the NATIONAL COOK AND OBJECTIONABLE FOLLOWERS UNCLE SAMWatl Ill be darned I Lincoln talky counsels entmbli aisured presidential POST single towards democratic party it behooves alfdcrao erotic organizations to see to It thot every delegate to the national conven tion IIs an Nnwnvv Qg democrat a dem ocrat who was sot found wanting in 1800 end who will now pledge himself to the Chicago Uniform and auob other issues tin may he forced upon the con vention by the trend of events towards u policy tlungerous to the freedom of the citizen and ruinous to the nation The mass of democratic voters arc un swerving in their faith to the priraiplei set forth In the Chicago platform and no man must be permitted to trouble that faith It Is the voice of nearly 7000000 of people und to betray theta Is to be recreant to the greatest trust ever rOpolctl IIn won Dewar then and do not let any man deceive you by any sort of specious ar gument or by any charge of bossism but let every delegate be Instructed upon the principles of the party and instructed right- COMMENTS OF THE PRESS We are opening ports in the Phil areeopening them wide Indianapolis Newt Mr MeKlnleys war In the Phil Ipplncs began a year ago It is still on though Gen Otis has 13000 soldiers there and has announced that the war Is over about every other weekN Y World Stephen n Klklus Is proposed for vice president This endangers New Yorks chances already dubious JJlk Ins is n statesman whose qualifications arc apparent in denominations to suit Albany Argus British greed has played upon BrItish patriotism just as American greed has played upon American pa triotism The best people of both countries do not approve of expansion by worSt Louis Dispatch Many republican papers are saying Mr MeKlnley should not uphold his secretary of thin treasury They seem to overlook the fact that ilr Gages questionable acts were performed in upholding the men who upheld Mr Me KInlcy Kansas City Times Having successfully dodged the Kentucky uses the Ifonortblc William McKinley may exercise all his address in keeping out of the way of the Idaho boomerang which Is now returning in his direction with en ominous hum ming m ice Chicago Chronicle MAY TAKE A WIPE Rumor to lid Effect That the Read of the Vnnderlillt louse Ia to Do Married Alfred Gwynno Vanderbilt did not tail for Europe on the Campania the other day although there was a report that he intended to do so Instead he was looking at cottages In Newport where the rumor was that lie Intended to bo married To this however de maps wore made from the most nu thorltntlvo courccti It was supposed that Mr Vanderbilt would resume his Journey around the world and rejoin his friends who are now traveling in Asia Nearly a score of acquaintances of tho young man were at the Cunnrd line pier for the purpose of bidding him bon voyage Not seeing his name upon the passenger list they made In quiries of the purser who told them Mr Vanderbilt had not engaged pas sage Mr Vanderbilt when told of the report that he was about to be married said that the house hunting which was evidently tho origin of tho rumor had no such significance lie explained that he expected to be alone next sum mar and that In the absence of the family he would tako a house instead of opening The Urouhers COEDS PLIGHT tier Calloused leek Nece ltatei Wearing Street Gown to 1nrtr and It Causes Talk Northwestern university social cir dew at Evanston Ill were stirred the other day over tho reported appear once of ono of tho college belles at n lancIng party Tuesday night in an or denary street costume The young woman In question Is a member ot the ruling set at Northwestern and Ince her first appearance has attracted widespread attention because of her gorgeous gowns On tho street she has worn high collars which produced n callous on her neck She did not realize this un til the opening for the party arrived When she attempted to wash the dark mark off It clung ns fiercely as a rub her band Then she remembered bar big seen pictures In the street cars representing Little Eva turning Uncle Tom into a white mon by tho use of a certain burnisher She scoured a lollpornhUfTho tides of cuticle were peeled from her reck and when she rcaJIzw that aHe rould not appear In evening dross dm the only thing possible under the cir cumstances woro a street sownII GIVES ADVICE TO HER SEXI f r Sirs lleltr Grcrn Think Brer Woman Should leave Unit j nea lldncntlon ifi Mrs Hetty Oreo the richest bull ness woman In the world hay a thar ugnly characteristic article of advice 10 women In the Womans flame COin panion Mrs Green thinks every worn an be she raid wife mother or widow thould have n business training In Mrs Greens opinion every girl who en ters upon her womanhood with her mind fully equipped with a busineki education will be saved from a great teal of pain and will find much more happiness In everyday life than the girt who becomes a woman with only the conventional sort of schooling tie schooling that teaches her how to rend write slog eook and sew h the UnKlUti Hoy Snrr H- An English weekly recently asked for short essays by boys on current topics and printed them without editing Hereisa specimen Krugger and Eat nerbullsui is one lie Is a man of bud Mr Chamberlain has wrote to him say lug come out and fite give up the bud f the English you have took he ii s boardutchman and a wlokid heethin lord Kitchener has sent for his gonry blud and to bring back his icanderlui head tied or olive Prom Mtittlil to Linear Stennnrc Kentucky hip pockets says the St Paul Globe are measured now in re rolver calibers Instead of pints atd junrts BIAIUCI2T REPORT Cincinnati Feb 12 LIVE BTOCKCattle comn 3 BO Q 12 SOAIiVHBBxtrn1I0 packers 408 4 II iaped packers 4 16 O 4 95 ii t aS a A r I44VMDSBxtra I ii 0 56 9 6 75 JlJtenLa 0v1t 2 roo As IJI No 1 fd a I Porn 1 m xml OatsNo 2 mixed O M PRiiVYfONSMaiu park It Tt+ l r 1 r hI YCheIeotimothy13 50 tilt 00 iio JIIlhtrOTATOBSIer brl 1 SL 6 = IJJ CHICAGO F OUR Intor nato t 3 M O 3- OUAItC iO 4 Blot Xa S red tn Soy 00 I htcjtgo spring 6S ur nInLA1tDStemNHV YORK rW URWlnter pn to tt aUAINVhoutNu rod s Corn =Oo S n pats No 0 mixed 300iUS VItD8teftmrouM I BALTIMORE OR qlJIluutherrrte 6 57 ItOGS1tustrp tuoItty Ii Y6 I ro S 10 Ii t5 INDIANAPOLIS JOYCorllNuOats No i nred s Iy LOUISVILLE j FrOt7Rlntcr patent 3 4S tp 8 rl UIUINhl1fitNo Y red 71 7- 2UrnMixed 36 yi4PO1LIIDStetm G GO I IThr Mxulerr of Dust nt Sent U rmzaing fact that the decks d sail ffdin luhowdwtotnighteeniCIheybc the morning and no workTd done f indigestionwlrphi f itcamesthPoaytty t whichtneverformsas f aguo tt Qilltnrlnl Comment t earlythisbetter t opinionmolderI Seen dead for year echoed the as to IbM itt i i 1 eta meanfutAnyini ont Chicago Inverting News 1m IIMIIineI II i un place veaselsneed should waterIvory IIt vegleIjfted Attention to these details will in t- I i a supply of vhoetoiae milk and butter f I KMXA It IJAItKEItI K rJ1 A Definition uettlc Mike who has ID inquiring mind j iLiMtr phwot ii a autograph j McIuiberty prumptlutograpb ie j puretOmbnav them doaisMd aanelest carriages Puck IlrnfncK Cnnnot DC Cared by local application ss they cannot roach the diea d partial of tbo ear There is I jlnlone tray to cure deafness and that is- by couititntionol remedies Deafness Iii- mused by an iunaraod condition of the mu rots lining of the Kuirtachian Tube When thii tube aeta inflamed you have a rumhltoc sound or imperfect hearing and rest it G entirely closest deafness isi the and unless the innatmnatian can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal eon dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases of of ten am earned by catarrh I which ii nothing but an inflamed condition I of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Uolara for any case of Deafners caused by catarrh that cinnot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free 0Sold75cHalls the best A Slrnnue Animal grsofousltlhataqukdcTheres counttWhvcoWYouAn AllVenr Resort The Crescent Hotel KurekaSprlsgf Ark opens Mirth 1 1000 A most ileairaUo at tractive sad convenient resort for health and plea ure teekors Ideal climate pure sparkling water Iwet acconunodattons Writeforrepresentative of Priieo lan- eIeneratlon Edgar Carolyn Im ueittter contrary nor oluaatelalJl1IXO Edsar you are just a nat Eral born kicker Indianapolis Journal The nest Prescription for Chills CH Fever is a bottle of Gitoves TABtnussg Caiu Toxic His simplyironamlnulnlBein atastoless form No eurono pay Price Oc but1iIIsit wtwh to trine with a trolley car Kansas StarTo Core n Cold li One Day Take Laxative nromo Quinine Tablet Alll druggists refund money IfIt falls to cure To be afraid of your friend is te to I hba llams h- ornMillion A Women have been relieved of female troubles by Mrs Pinkhams advice and medicine The loiters of a fow are printed regularly In this paper If any one doubts thq efficiency and sacredly confidential character o Mrs Pinkhams methods write for a book she has recently published which contains loiters front the mayor of Lynn tho postmaster andothers ofher I caroIlulAerify all of Mrs Pink hams statements and afros Thm PinkStam claims are weeping Investigate sn1 IRTY YEARS OfCURES L DOUCLAS 350 SHOES NioN Worth 34 to36 compare with other makes I Indorsed by over ii nluerajTIlt DO substitute clAimed to be u d Your dealer should keepthemit44coy All onJ cptolprlceandsse ataIL txtra for carriage Suit kind of leather alas and width lainnreantoe Cat free eairnun W LDOUGLAS SHOE CO Bwtktcn Baas fKW DISCO VEIl V Blves OPSYquick relief and turr wont tse iJoiortestlmnnandlodstOatment t fro Ur II II UHttNit 8ON8 aoa V Jktfantnlla cu fs WtRBE AlTll5riillSe noet ColibBrrup Tastes fOOd Um In time Sold by drnRrlstti ti t c r II 1900 I Ife4JOnbyiSteJacobs OilIIshould cur- eRHEUMATISMi I i NEURALGIA LUMBAGO II iiSCIATICA w M n for the rest of the century One pat U amount reason tsit dose cure m SURELY AND PROMPTLY coit TO BE GIVEN AWAY- A TENACRE FIG ORCHARD Southern California THE LAND OF SUNSHINE Is tho Magazine of California and tho West wIdelyknownoxplorcrItsmost of the ablest writers students and artists of the Pacific Coast PROFUSKLY IMUSTIIATBD It contains brilliant short stories ac curate and Interesting historical and descriptive articles discriminating Dnllponotrl1t1ngdiscussIon SUI1SCKIPTIOX 81 1EIl YEAR addition to ample pay we shall give outright to some of sub scribers during in return for work done ATRXAOKB FIG OKCIIAKD In Southern This is not a fake but deliberate offer by responsible company and means just what it Kays Send SI for a yearssubscription and full particulars of this cm PREMIUM nvvzut LAND OF SUNSHINE PUB CO LOS ANQULBS CAL Subscription Dept Sample Copies tOe Sore Hands Red Rough Hands Itching Burn ng I1 II1 Palms and Painful Finger EndsI One NightTreatment Soak the hands on retiring in a strong hot creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP Dry andanoint freely with CUTICURA the great skin cure and purest of emollients Wear during the night old loose kid gloves with the finger ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms For itchingscfeverish palms withshapeless nails and painful finger ends this treatment is simply wonderful and points to a speedy cure of the most distress ing cases when physicians and all else fail Sore ltands 8 Years Cuod Pain So Intense Would Nearly Twist Fingers From Sockets Hands U Puffed Up Like a Toad Water Ran Through Bandages to Floor Had to Walk the Floor Until Would Fall Asleep Fingers Would Peel Like an Onion Doctors Could Not Cure Eight years ago I got sore hands commencing with a burning sensation on my fingers and on of the hand When I rubbed them you could see little white pimples I felt like twisting my fingers out of their sockets I had sigh fever and cold chills ran over me and so I kept It going until Myhandsran out and wherever there was a little pimple there the burning fire was that happened at least ton times I am ruuulng a blacksmith shop bgrae shoeing aud I would not shut up the shop for anybody but it was hard My hands puffed up worse than a toad When I drove horse nails tho water from my hands ran through tho bandage on to tho fluor My cus tomers refused to look at my hand I had n friend take mo to the dootor anotherfpaper and I got the CUTICURA remedies As soon as I used them I begun to gala and after using a small quantity of them I was entirely cured I would not take fifty dollars for n fake of CUTICUHA SOAP If I could not get no countryfY HusoiIf f tc t r DdlrrlUtlonJi4irttwndTnOI A eirave BIT U often aafflclent to euro the mot torturing lUtsurta and humiliating kln icnlp and blood humors with loss of bsir when all el fail 5alI throughout the worM IurTKn Dnco A m Cura Coax Solo Props Uoitoo VID A All about the BUu dcolp and llalr Millions of Women Use Cuticura 8oapEic- lnsircly for prceervlnc purifying and beautifying tho etln for clcnnilnc tbe 1ItaIt of scales and daiulrutf and the slopping ot falling hair for cottoning whltcnlua and soothing rotl rough and sore hands in trio form ot bathe for tlIoylbC IrrltaUCUl111t1 matlons and chafing or too tree or effective perspiration In tho formof vradMs for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which themselves to women and especially mothers and for all purposes of the toetuth and nursery Ko amount of persuasion can Induce those who have once mod It to taco any other especially for preserving and purifying tho skin scalp and lhair of Infants aud children CUTICUIU SOAlooinblnQi dollrate oraollleiitproportlc derived from CCTicraA tho groat akin cure with tho purest ot clcantlng Ingredients and tho most cfrciMri0 of Gower odors No other mtdtcaini soap ever compounded U to bo compared with It for orolsnIlUIOHSiTWISTYFIVE Ctsrs tho neaT skin and complexion soap tbo rEST aid xasx baby soap in the world m In 3 or 4 Years an ludepcsdcacelsassuredIf ClUllotrhomeaIn traCed pamphlet C vineI experiences ot farmers iliohaTot romo ical ty In Bronlnc t railway Information of ileleirairs rites rlrao8iullI on rrphatlon to Superintendent of Immigration Itrpurtmcnt JII Into ioaOttawn Canada ur address tIe Lndcrslzn cd who will mail youatlasct iamnlilct etc Irco of F IKDLKv Suitcf Innslarailon Ottawa OhlolUI CDmIsale lmof I wotd- y 011110jj In In one our 1900 California a a AT top trio crusts the toilet POTATm 11 arwerltaarPrle P1CIerCLOVEwbknl 11riI thoSWflES listtoA N KB 190 I ADVRTtffE9Il 0- s L I 1Y 0 10 r r i Building I MaterialeI 7 J ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM I sBEH1 Doors and Windows Shingles c t Lime and Cement Builder Hardware Paints Oils etc 1 I ESTIMATES I CHEERFULLY FDBSIS1IED PEED STUFFS ft Oats Corn Bran etc etc i iBoyLPWS Ellison t I J rIAd Talk Too many merchants look upon I espenIi o e t anything Tbe princes of the mer I o chant world today are those wbo J gout18Jtheytt It takesbuying public mon ey and lots of it to do this bra L if it was not a paying investment It would not have so many me- ii investing Advertising should be studied with the same careful consideration I that other branches are given How often yon find a mer chant wbo will advertise unsea sonable goods and then because tbe public do not swarm into bin store and light for the bargain offered be says advertising does not pay Advertise goods when they are in season sand people j want them Advertise consistent ly and persistently A small space run every week is of more profit than a big space run three or four time a year If a merchant re fuses to advertise during tbe time his goods are In season when the season is over be baa his stock on band Then be will jump into prominence for a week or two with a big space and endeavor to sell goods that should have been disposed of long ago His CUB tomera have gone to tbe man wbo J did advertise at tbe proper time t Besnlt His sales did not meet ins expectations and be Is con vinced that advertising does not pay t MEMPHIS Is all dup overII a coming visit from Dewey and III yet she pretends to be a real live I town TilE Taylor soldier at Frankfort- it ia said costs tbe liz payers of Kentucky 20000 a week And 4 for f f fwhat war in Bouth Africa iit has put a quietus on rlcbI American heiresses marrying pan J perized European nobles Would it not be wise for the girls wbo have papas with lots of rooks to turn their attention to some of I the pauperized journalists of this coontryIjFROM Washington comes the i senatie I G committee on commerce has an j tborized a favorable report o the bill transferring tbe headquar tens of tbe Mississippi River Corn I mission from New York to some I Mississippi river point It bus i not been determined what Polo i will be selectedrTHE House Rivers and Harbors II Committee haM decided not to reo port a bill at this session of OonE grew Tbe Republican majority j of the committee knows perfectly well that millions will be lost b I n tbe failure to provide funds to keep Improvements already beiOUti from going to ruin and that n t ii dreds of localities will suffer from the cutting off of needed appr- y priationa But that is nothing t o them so long as they can keelt i idownexpenditures until after theIi election Tben they will have u t timetI t Tilt Appalacbain National PlrkJ IfABloclation has petitioned Con to acquire land for a Pari the North Carolina and Ten r Jt Jtereu borders where it Is 8aldtx I not only the culmination Appalachian system bOIIIl f the most beautiful as well as tbe highest mountains east of the lofty 1 r- r rWeltern raunges forty three r mountains of 3000 feet and up ward In altitude as well as a gre 1 4nDmber of inferior height aI I 4i clothed with virgin forests and in I tersected by deep valleys abound lug in brooks rivers and water c 1 falls combine to make this a reoI gion of unsurpassed attractive ness It will include portions tbe great Smoky Mountains th Balsam Mountains and the Blao 0nd Craggy Mountains t 7 M yu 111l1 STAKDER She WItS bred in Old Kentucky Whore the ballotbox Ia stuffed InrTho gentle poker playur yetWas bluffed Where the river murmurs SweetlyAnd AndThe grassIsAnd the doubt dispelling Shotgun Sends conviction Into ion Where the sky Is ever lovely nUll The sweetest snags urn SungAnd tho bystanderGoU A bullet in his LungWhere tho ladies all IAre prettyIAnd Tho gentlemen are bravo Whcrotho Just observed bystander Gets a decorated Grave Where they Drop their rs BO SoftlyWhen they hold a Chat with you And tho- Innocent bystander Utters has To Too be troupedthWhere tho- Candidate whos beaten Rises up And says hes not Whereupon the SurdtBystander Carries off a load of ShotnWhere the breeze singingThrough A serenade Audi yon See the constant Flashing Of the bowies gleaming blade I Oh shos dow there In kentucky Waiting Till I come for her ButAs long as things are This way From this spot Ill never StirI leave her in Kentucky Thitherward Ill not Meander 1 am not afraid But I am just an bystanderJosh American SENTIMENTAL NOVELS They Are Much Reud bj Very Toting rolls Tile young folks of today as a role read such silly and eentimen lal books that it lis a wonder to those who know the conditions that they do not oftener grow up weak sentimental beings themselves says tbe Baltimore News The boyw of tbe family are us Dully watched with eagle eyes by both enter and mater fainillns to see that they do not peruse high colored detective stories of the 1Deadwoodseems usually to be left to the iu stinct of girls to choose their own rending matter i consequently many girls just entering their teens acquire a propensity for de vourlng trashy love stories A book hint has not among its char 1 titled men aplenty all of 1whomhonest maid aged not more than aainteroeilagfA plot is considered all that cats be desired when a easels mi PI moolH1outlonRin the separation but ore finally with u floarlsli of tram pets und are married Variations of ihs theme are unusual Occu eional pathetic scenes are do mended of course the heroint luchrrmoaeIIttte eNyare perpetually full of tears There are plenty of good books bright witty anti wholesome eta ries that may be put into the bands of girls stories that will in tlteresl and liiHirnot too without thrusting the instruction unpleuo Hotly upon the readers who are wary of all such efforts to give lhtrl1ISsentimentkvigilance should bo a cen8ele88II that their tastes lire N rlghllBortTHE Frankfurt muddle Iis 001lj rug only ubont 3000 a day of theItaxpayers money But then it is politiciansIany rights in trio matter at all Working Night and Dar tilingthat weakofness strength listlessness into en ThoykOnly 26o per box Sold by nil druggists b L r = h c n BOER VICTORIES rt When England boastfully Jto gnu iiflo war upon iho Boors Wo thought was that the trot s would eat thtir Christmas illunor the Transvaal Capital But the British are not fightin naked BavnKps his time and vic lmllnOfe= I Even iillediied jaliiB on tho JlUt of English troops at Splou Ktj turn out to be grave duteatM midI the brave bnrguers have norouij proven the victors lu the tight It tbe superiors In the exercise j military strategy England war on tho Boors lIt tight against n republican form government It in a sleep desi of the KnglUh to blot out n i i public from the map which urp i forward the war nod while ever for gold Iis nn important foot hatred of a ireo government Is tl mats motive Disabilities Removed V The House Committee on Pen sinus has ordered u favorable re port making the service in the SpanishAmerican war waQlclpnt to remove the disabilities against those who aldml or abetted the Southern troops daring the war of the rebellion in the matter of pensions At present e inhibition applies to widows children heirs and others related to those serving or assisting IIII tho Confederacy and tho remov al of this inhibition Is more par ticularly designed to apply to tho parents serving in the war with Spain ONE 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