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levonshiro St Room 24 BOSTON MASS 5K DAVIDS- ONDexliEt JKMAN KENTUOKV over OowglH Ouwgille i Drag Store e Dross LF REiLEY- Q AttiorneyatLaw jftO- ffloo upatairs Holcombo Build- Ing HIOKMAN KENIUOKY Will practice lu all Courts of the State 1 MENS and BOYS Some heavy sonrbnf weightsNot feast o- f8AItQAINS Hats 200 quality Our price 150 SI 60 value OurJl11Ce j QO T1 1HCKMAN KENTUCKY Worryx 1 j Qr 1 p 1 ButtettI J I Suwfiior to Win DlMtellirlrik l I PKAL4e tv- ii I Fancy ta roceiies and Provisionsi ICJK IAN xmrUQKY ftilr PRBB DBLIVBKY till Telophono Store No 01 ROB Idenoo No flJ I THE STEVE STAR Livery and Feed viable Below Post oiper nUll opposite II II Depot Keeps Bnrreys BnK i Horses toe for hiro Every RiltlfII dotiou given Your patronage od C E BAKERl General Grocer I Powoll BlookjOHnton St I fusing ptiroh e Illhe Grocery Slock of J J 0 llondurtiil would be plea ed t- Ire nil old frlrndi 10 oil I Fresh Oeodl F end Choice llvgtla Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS c Call and seo our Stock Everything up to t1 tc- MAny BERENDES Co jfe A aiappy UjiI0ii i law Thursday at high noon iu r UnionIjTcnn Mr L H Bacon and Miss e Jones of State Line were unit H the holy bonds ot matrimony f were accompanied by the follow i ronug couples from State Lino jtjirtU Hoary and OgieLcftt Albert s and Lda Maddox JUkn Roper andIAo bride Li a daughter of Mr John i ono of tho most successful form the country She ia a beantrfnl I K yeasiIhaow tate tdVJfuo and noble womanhood Being A yorito nioug her largo circle of d she will be greatly miMed J e anMreEaeon pasIthebrltls mother where an elegant recep twvrast awaiting them which had- balesprepored by the grooms mother aiMsse Mollie Shuck and Lon Mc nIiM Q the young bride and groom the wijr would my may tho lifeboat 10- wlMth you ahall be waite out on the byIever have tho power to dia 111tw111 peaceful voyage couple were recipients of- pagy handsome presents OB follow I lampJOrewlgJit JIa and Florence Polk fruit bowl V P Bacon silver tea spoons etaP I waitersMiaIt Mr Nannie Rice lamp napkinsJSiJimMcDilHel towels handkerchiefsBt 11ATim water sot ONE OP TMX U3 CR 1 r 4i- Bt I MlfirLpdnOD e rIOffi a ait r J onljaUy iuvites his old friends and cus touicrs p call and see him Tho ver is sure to commence fall fug hem oon but the weather Is do cidedly overflow weather is decidedly overflow weuther and another rise will soon follow The chances for an over flow are very threatening Cairo Bulletin In the county court yesterday Mr Goo E Ohara was ap pointed administrator of the estate of tho late Louis DoMontconrt The estate embraces n halt interest m the exteu sfvilj timber and lumber mill business of tha lieu of DoMontcourt Ohara and u coasiderablo sum in life insurance Fulton Leader frank Lucas of llnytifld who was formerly oflicial stenographer for the circuit court has loran in tho civil service at Cleveland the past O and has been recently pmwoted awl placed on duty in tno washiutiionunoMrons friedcs here will be glad to hear of Ins rapid progress 1A newspaper but holds the mirro- up lo nature nud reflects tho doings o the world good bad and indifferent The mirror is not responsible for what is reflected in its face Many a crime has been presented through the fear of public correct lines through a wholecome dread of the uowcpapers Pipers cannot bo everybodythinksexercised in every newspaper ofllco much more than is generally supposed and many a scandal that is wafted in from the outside world is wisely sup preiwed and never allowed to appear in print For BARGAINS in C Otlling Hats Shoes c c go to BuchanansI Ilosing Sale U IITIt Job of a Councilman Dore is something the Councilman of will appreciate Wo copy it from the Tnllahoma Guardian the job of a Councilman iu a town o thi size is not a sinecure In the first place a Councilman is a sort of grind eto a ou which every fellow grinds his axd it is Impossible to sharpen every oUI axo that comes along and when ono thkle proportioto todrt 1 per ondaryciir If an improvement isor pessimtstis th t somo day maybe the autocrat of th street committee will condescend to come his way while the denizens of fellrfuan i QUO other things which hove to bo co tended with by a Councilman and yc ii councilman hits his temptations an 1 is not without his Influenco To corpoIoaet I lioebel dena It ft 1 glid Mr Jno Wesley Morsi Jialien Ill pointed Chairman of the FultoP County Qoebol Monument Fund anti tho following gentlemen constitute tho body ot tho Commit tco JutlgoKel1fby crOarrf J t Crntchfleld R H BinsoKLaudJ8li fJordanA1O CarterCayceDr JuoW Kaylbr ExGovernor McCroary Lf fire Chair man of the State ommitlce and Mr Morris huh accepted tho Ohaumnnship I of this county It Iis doalred to maket tho monument u peoples contribution i to the martyred loader Send or give your subscription to the Chaumati or one of the CommitteeoSHOT TWICE Two I C fCoHdactors Engage Iu a Ftflkt at Fallen Fonon Guard Sam Broche and T M PioVeu aret both freight conductors oil the Illinoisi Central Railroad and run between Jock son and Mounds 111 Both are men of families and live in Jackson Tcnii An i nnplenaanc difference Has existed be tween tho two men tor some time nodi AgonRussellsbegan to quarrel over tho matter Bam broche is considerable tho larger man of tho two Ho grabbed Pickou by the throat and choked him severely Tin latter palled lira pistol and shot Brock tholeftr J of the wounds will provo fatal SmithWomentw I men were so close together tho balls struck with little force Picken gave himself up to the oil trlaMondayI plystctaas I TAKES LIT e1ixLLI tp te iU itt t t itit the rne who havedeo lIe the newspaper plan of tbe llev projeotSome defend tbo plan on thet ground that Christ in bis se moue and jonrnejinga approxloia tell tbo functions of the dally pa per of to dny nail that were be oni earth at the present be would probably use the daily newspaper in furthering his doctrines From tbe context of hIs savings as they have come down to the present time these persons draw Infer once as to whet the contents ott I a paper edited as Ubriat would have stilted It should be Others denounce the plan off tbe Rev Mr Sheldon as blaepbe incus They contend that It fia blasphemy for n finite being to set before himself the tusk of a Infinite being Neither of these classes appear lhtei project They are too What Mr Sheldon seems to propose IB to approximate near s as be can the perfect ttewnpa per of tbe present time The statemtnt be has made of the proposition Is ulcroln bright way of epitomizing uud calling at tention to his efforti This project is of Homo impor once both lo the newspaper nndI to the reader Thousands of men are engaged in the precise work which Mr Sheldon IIIIM sot himself to do If Mr Sheldon cani add n might to journalistic mor ale art and poienoe ho Vill 1110I1 dune a grout work Mr Sheldons project may beI ambitious or even presumptions in lint without special training or experience he essays to im prove what able men educatedI and trained In the work hey done but Mr Sheldon can hnrdlI bo charged with blasphemy UovernorstKentucky has three governors s 11tutll Hurl potniuly more Joseph Mitchelll a negro ap peered before County Judge Pull ips at Nicholattvllle Thursday end declared himself to be the legally elected governor of Ken I tuuky He yild bo needed no bodyguard but only welted that ho be given his rights He was adjudged insane and will bo sent to me asylum EXSENATOR J11 OQILVIE died near Paducah lust ThursdayI from paralysis He had been iin feeble health for several years He was horn in Tanuensee in 182u and had lived in tbo Purchase eluoo 1830 I THE STATE CONTESTS The Contention Not Yet Settled But Now a Legal Battle n tTbe Kentucky contest aa to thertState offices Is yet unsettled with f the more pleasing aspect bow t over that the coarts and not gana are to settle it The Republics Ibranch of tbe Legislature ahicgtjbad been assembling at Londsa tayl returned to Frankfort and theI jDemocratic brunet which had been holding Its session in Loais i tlIIe also returned to the State Oapitnl In tbe Hoagie the Be jpublican members recognize the 1 Democratic Speaker and oUaerrbut reface to answer present wbdn called to vote on certain propositions bat IB the Senate the form of two bodies Ie jkept up tbe Republicans reeog tnizlng tbeir Lt Aoveraor Mar shall and the Depoorete Presl 1 6 1dent Garter as presiding oHeer jThe Democrats hays a working r A naratcJ fvlouBf Bookbam Ute Lt Qeverner Tfcwr claim that this Wee Rot B0 M4rj but that they did so tu satisfy tht + 1 opinions of some r + oBoth the D Beerat8 tied Be publicans have fled iBJaastieB suits in tbe Oircait Oearts wht h suits will be consolidated aad ae matter how decided will be tat a iffl mediately te the State Ctaart ef Appeals TIter ia ie pre 4bl1 jWwFjKCjarrrimrriaJinr If that Court decides in favor of tbe Republicans the Democrat would at cure surrender but If It Demorcrats it is expected that the le publicans will seek to take it on a writ of error to tbe Supremeii Court of tbe United States Of course the Democratic lawyers assert with posltiveness that tbe Republicans cannot take it into the U S Court aud that they twill be knocked out as they were before Judge Taftno jurisdiction the constitution making the LeR iialatute the Court of last reaort in contests for tbe office of Gov ernor So therefore tbe peo nie may prepnre to walt tbe der I iprooeedlugsto the Gubernatorial Contest The British Victories The war tide bas apparentlytturnoff against the Boers and in favor of tbo Enlluh tbe recent I battles being won by them tbe flour line broken and their forces driven bock Tbe English now p have 200000 men in the field as- ngoinsti about 60000 Boers and the English can send fire times as f many if needed whereas the Boer strength cannot be very greatly augmented This being true tbe subjugation of the Boers as brave us theyhaye proven themselves ofIhoweverethat the Boers are to quit now lint that some of tbe bloodiest bat ales of the war are yet to be fought and it is possible the war may be protracted a year or two rGOT DEUKHAMS AUTHORITY Tim flat act of Gov Beckbam which Involved serloualy his au grantfugconvict last Friday The prison vnrdon recognized the authority of Beckhatn and released tbe prisoner but tbo commonwealth atornpj without calling in ques lion Gov Beokbams authority sold the pardon wits illegal be cause the document did not bear the official seal of tbe atnte as qulbhlo hl4na I tt- yV ryM11 pr 0 v J Y L I I The Hickman Courier GEORGE WAU11EN Publisher H1CKMAN s KENTUCKY JO TOPICSIij An American womans club has been organized in Porto Rico Greece expects to come out with a treasury surplus next yonr0 Physicians In South Framingham agreed on a schedule of rates New Zealands export of gold was 2000000 greater in 1809 than in 1893 New York city owes 350000000 and bas taxubles amounting to 3500000 t00 Hamburg added forty new steamers to its fleet last year it now numbers 430The total paid for college education in this country Is about 100000000 annually WInter suspends the activity of cor lain microbes but does not destroy their Ihes- President Krugcrs ultimatum is the first that bus ever been received by Groat Britain P I thecJapanese soldiers were supplied with I 6binocular glasses JohnR30000 annually Out of 1549054 votes polled lu the I recent election in Mexico only 92172 were against Diaz The war in South Africa is said to have ruined the diamond trade for a long time to come France makes nearly 26000000 pairs of gloves yearly and of these 18000 i0 pairs ate exported Tile Lancet says the climate of Egypt may without exaggeration be described as magnificent The president of Switzerland only gets 2700 per year and the law forbids him to succeed himself Thirty years ago there were only about 25 explosive compounds known Now there are more than 1100 Like nearly all Natal rivers the Tu gels is not navigable mind a bar of sand stretches across its mouth Gen Theodore Schwan who is dis tinguishing himself in the Philippines enlisted as a private soldier in 1857 A novelty is the cold storage oi hops This is done in several places Several systems are employed notably the Linde Pontifex and De la Vergne Siifec the war of 1S04 the popula tion of Shanghai has grown from 400 y 000 to 700000 The attraction lies io I1r the many new industrial establish I meats Gen Joubert by way of being liubmrlst complains that the English ww + cdifritennahUcfl an order to atfnck hTsv troops without notifying him aud thereby deprived him of a whole nights sleep The Boer is no mean fisherman Given a pipe and a goodly supply of hi favome weed he wilt sit for hourr angling Very fine sport indeed maybe hail in any of the streams north of the Orange river Of every 103 shots which strike some Roldlcr 43 will lodge in the legs 33 shots will lodge in the arms 22 strike between the neck and the waist one e in the neck and 11 shots some part of the soldiers heads In killing game the Doers use a bul let of which the lead point Is exposed BO thatit mushrooms when it strikes On entering the bullet expands and 1 tears an ugly hole If it strikes side wise the effect is horrible y The Cathedral of StI John in course 4 of erection on Morningside Heights n New York will be the largest eccles t iastical edifice in the United States It will he 520 feet long and 205 feet across at the widest point i A new method of preserving ttle graph poles is to surround the por tion in the ground with an earthen ware pipe like the drain pipe into I the space betweeen the pole and the pipe is poured a mixture of sand ant resinFrederick Stearns of Detroit who 4presented the University of Michigan n year ago with one of the finest col Icctions of musical instruments it ex r t istence has added a collection of mu L theiold and modern masters Ann Ruth Seneca an Indian prin a cess is studying medicine at the Medical t Ghirurglcal hospital in Philadel phia She took n classic course in the Carlisle Indian school where she do Toldped her love for nursing the sick Two of her brothers were on the Car lisle football team According to the kaisers now naval programme Germany will have forty battle ships in 1810 instead of the sev nteen she has now twenty large h cruisers instead of eleven fortyeight t kmallcruisers old gunboats in place W of tlifrt two and 114 torpedo boats instead of eightyfour as at present An eminent doctor says thpt no per 1rsonshould be permitted to drink tea or coffee until lie or she has attained the age of 18 years In the cung those beverages unduly excite the ner+ iOUR system and here an injurious ef sect upon the digestive organs San Francisco Denver and Chicagoan have trolley funeral services and row Milwaukee is considering the propositionA wild tribe of western In r dians is using fortyotin klnde of veg etables which are absolutely unknown p to the majority of cooks I Senator Den rh1ge carries his papers In a handsome black leather portfolio heisting his name In silver lettering th gift of some of his constituents I experiencelias calmliloI SMALL RIOT IN EL PASO One PolIceman and a Colored Soldier t Were Killed A Corporal Was Looked Up for Drnnkcmicmi the Uny Ilcforc Tho Dnttle time Outcome of nn Attempted HCBCUC A El Paso Tex Pub 18At 5 oclock Saturday morning n mob of Negro soldiers from Fort Bliss attacked the city police station with the object of releasing two of their comrades frho had been arrested Friday I During the tight Police Onicer Newt Stewart and olio Negro soldier were killed anti it is believed that another of the soldiers is wounded Friday afternoon the police looked up a corporal from time fort for getting drunk nod threatening to chase the police force out of the city and Friday night another drunken soldier was arrested Comrades of the prison ers took the news to the post A rue cue party armed with K ngJorgon sens was organised and just before daylight a descent was made on the cityTwo of time soldiers rifles in hand entered the building nnd demanded of Officer Stewart the only man on duty time surrender of their comrades Stewart ordered the men out of the station nnd they opened fire on him Jailer Klehard Blacker aroused by the ehots sprang out of both grabbed his pistol and started into the office One of the soldiers shot at him Blacker fired and the Negro staggered nnd ran out followed by his companion and the entire squad loft on n run About 20 shots in nil were fired Stewart was shot twice through the lungs and died at 7 oclock A trail of blood lending from the station was followed and half a block away the dead body of n Negro shot through the breast was found The dead man clutched his gun in his hands Anoth er rifle and traces of blood were also found which indicates that another of the Negroes was wounded The company stationed at Fort Bliss is Company K S8th Infantry Posses are looking for the marauders though at the post it is claimed that the only missing soldiers are the dead man and the two prisoners in the po lice station Nerr Cotton 1111 Harriman Penn Feb lBThe Paige plant that has stood idle since the suicide of its owner II L Stiles nt Warren 0 has been bought by W B Crinkjey a rich North Carolina Scotchman who will turn it Into n 2OCOsplndle cotton mill Parties rep resenting one of the largQikqotton mHl In the south hove b rfh1fi for a week and will bring the big eon cern here as soon as a location OAR be decided upon They soy that coal hero will only cost them onehalf what it docs where they tare now located Denth of Cnpt Lniifworthy Milwaukee Ws Feb 10Word was received from Muskegon Mich of the death of Capt A J Lang worthy at the age of 84 Cnpt Lang worthy was chief of the Milwaukee lire department in 1840 and was slrer lit of Milwaukee county during 1S50 1800 He organized a company of the 2d Wisconsin regiment who served in the battle of Bull Itun and was prod dent of the Wisconsin association of Bull Run survivors in 1808 lIe was also a prominent odd fellow Another Advance in Iaper New York Feb 18At the annual meeting of the Paper and Pulp asso elation nn advance in the price of pa per was announced The association held its twentythird nnnual dinner in the WaldorfAstoria Thursday nlftht Among the guests were Senator Joseph II Cnllinger former Gov John S Wise of Virginia and former Speaker Heed all of whom made speeches KxMnyor Quincy MArrlr London Feb 18 Josiah Quincy former mayor of Boston and Mrs Tyler were married Saturday in St Georges church Hanover square James It Carter second secretary of the United States embassy was the best man Joseph II Choate the United States ambassador Henry White first secretary of the United States embassy DOll nil the members of the embassy were present Soldlor1 It rumI it Hurled San Francisco Feb 10 Nearly 2000 people were present at the NationalI cemetery when the remains of Pri vates Cassidy of the let California and Charles S Stults of the 1st South Dakota volunteer regiments were in terred with military honors Both met their deaths while fighting u the Philippines 1Vnue Again luerrunrd IIaa elton Pa Fob 10Time men employed by the A S Van Winkle Co anthracite coat mine operators at Milnesville and Colcralne have been granted another 2 per cent Increase In their wages making n total of 4 per cent advance within the last twq months Fourteen hundred hands are affected wuckIondon scene took place at the Crystal Pnlnce Syd belongIng their keeper nnd gored another man There was n terrible panic In the au dience attending the concert in the palace Death of II London Editor London Feb 19Mr Joseph Cow en proprietor of the New Castle parllamenfordead PORTO RICAN TARU 1 rr The Bill Now Before the Ilouia Will Be DebAtrd All Week and Prom Ices to De Memorable Washington Feb 1Drhe house will enter upon the consideration of the Pftrto menu tariff bill and the de bate upon it promises to IMS memora ble in the history of this congress The vital question at issue in the bill is whether that clause of the consti tution providing for equality of Im post mad excise taxes throughout United States territory extends over the island of Porto Rico and in thel IH involved perhaps the determination of the future status and government of our new ne06510n1The republicans in framing the bill have proceeded upon the theory that the constitution mil its immunities do not exf gul over Iorto Rico The democrats are solidly arrayed upon the other Ride and in committee theyf were joined by one republican Mr McCslI of MuAwicliuietttH Among the other republicans who take tin pome view Is Mr Littleflold of Maine who succeeded the late Mr Dingley lie won his spurs in the debate upoi the Roberts case and is already eon Klderwl one of the mot powerful dtI haters in the house Time Mupport of those two prominent republicans has raised some hope in the opposition that they may bo able to detest the bill although tills hardly seem prob able at this writing Roth nldes are preparing for a royal struggle Mr Payne the floor lender of the majority will open In suppor of the bill He will be followed lit Mr Richardson the minority load tMr Bailey of Texas will nlso olo for the minority The debate will continue throughout the vcekIAN IOWA TRAGEDY Aged and llmprctrd Cltlien Shot Tlr A Young Hoy Who Called to Take I1U Daughter to Church Ottumwa In Fob 10Leslie East buns a 21yearold boy suet Jasper Sutton an aged nnd respected citizen of Bloomfield nt 1030 Sunday morn ing time ball penetrating the abdo men and causing almost instant death HaRtburn called at Suttenl home to take his 18yearold daughter Alice to church The father mot him ut the door nail ordered him away An altercation ensued and Snttoa followed Kastburn to the rona Weap ons were drawn by both men but Hastburn fired first the rqIer map falling before ho could raise hlmlttnpi- on Kastburn gave hlmmji upiii tJfdnhhtorshotting created Intense tucoljemcNt many people who were en rotate u church having wltnecd tho duel PUBLIC FUNDS IN CUBAry TIe Srcrrlnry of War Scads r qos urrnm n Slnlclncnl of HreeiptA and ISippndllurf i Washington Fob 18IR reapdot to a resolution of the enat the e rotary of war sent to the senate I statement showing time receipU fled disbursements of pupate fails la It Island of Cuba for the year 19W Tke statement shown receipts AinounUK to 10 40015 of which 150116 were from customs 14000 from the postal service 7S7tM from internil revenue ROll 308S31 from llIiftolllmi ous sources Time expenditures amounting to Sit 05605 leaving ftOOJlO in the hawli of the treasurer The principAl ei penditurcs were as follows Itarmcli anti quarters 1SOOM8 Mtnltatton 3032282 rural police and admliuV tration 1445407 public works STfO 125 municipalities lt3 401 THE PLAGUE IN MANILA TbIrtyTivo Death Have IteialtH So Far Unit of Them Ilrlnir- Chlnnmen Manila Feb 18out of n total ol 51 cases of uuspeoted bubonlo plague reported 48 proved genuine amid 32 deaths resulted half of them being Chinamen There were 12 cases hir ing the past week mostly within the walled city and n hundred Inspec tors under the superintendence ofI health ofllccr MnJ Kdle are enforc ing the sanitary regulations Thirty of the Inspectors lire Gdnamen who have teen furnished by the GiitHm merelmnt Time health department OUNCHH sliowi the population ot Manila In shout 190 000 inoludlnff 31JMK Chin le MteniurrM Cleared Ironi New Orlennk New Orleaiikif 1eh ItrJact At anMr ilonteuiua with 1650 mummies and largo cargo of fewlAtulTs for tho Brit lh army o eratiiir in South Africa cleared for CHJK Town The stiAii ship Tiger carrying a cargo of owi bales of cotton and 3800 ton I phosphate rock cleared for Kola Japan CuilPKe D trocil 11y rire New Orleans Fob laThs Si Charles college at Grnnd Chotetiu to gether with a large and valuable Ii brary was destroyed by lire Loin 60000 tfeu Cuptahi Die of Vetloir Fever New York Feb IVWhen thf Irlnce HUH Htiuiiner Asiatic Prince sr rived at qiinrantlno from Santos CtiHf Olllcer Cuinpo reported time dltthIII Copt WoodhoiiHo from yellow fever on February JJ The cnptnln was hur Ol1torCampDrought the Asiatic Prince wifely b port dipt UooilhouBo watt U year Livurpuoltie lunramitimbrergo into lighters In the upper buy GEN GRONJE TRAPPED British Forces Have Part of the Boer Army Hopelessly Surrounded Another Report Snrs Gen Cronje IA- llolillntqllU Own and That Heavy KlKhtlngr Ia Oolnir on Around KIluberleyLntet Itepurt London Feb 20Tito war dice hos received the following dispatch from GOO Huller Chlcvoley Camp Feb 19I had yes Honlay moved around the enemys flank Thu Queonswho had bivouacked on tho northern slope of Cingolo crossed the Nek and mipported by Uie rest of the second brigade under llildyard ntiMtulted 1fttd took the southern end of Monte Chrinto The 4th brigade on the left or western slope amid tho Imelah ftulllers supported by the rust of the 8th brig mle nnsaulted the eastern flank of the fnattiyu po ltlon while tine M brlfade cavalry on the extreme right watcher thU oaern alojMW of Monte Cltrlsto etlllI1Ylartillery flro AMMtiltcd by henry Artillery lire ON their front amid flank And nttnckwl on their flank and roar the enemy made but aught resistance And abandoning their strong position were driven Hero the THgela I have taken several cmiiHi a wagon load of ammunition several wagons of stores and aupplluiiI and a few pris oner Tho weather has been InUmivlj hot antI the ground trnvomotl was oxeoed Ingly dUUcMlt But time energy and deep of the troops have been very pltwwint to neo Thy have alt done splendidly Tlio work of the Irregular cavalry time Quoenn the Soots Fun41 lent and the rlllo brigade was jwr i haps most noticeable while tine excellent ll- practice of the artillery and naval guns sad time stwBtUniwN of time gun nn under at times very accurate tire was romarkaUi Time aveurate Are of the nasal gun from ChUveley was of greet asadetanca- Our casualties arc not 1 think stony LaHduH Neb 1100A wnwbar uf tho AWnet tekl II W lAir that time war lOtcv hall r e rfved a telegram alt noHROiNg that Glea Cronje was lope ely mirroMHdail Mr Wymllwim was- iuet Uy anxious lavwWni wf Uw house bat would onlyI raptly that this irovorniHMitA news was extreglriysat factory The sole axrf H Uoii of the ovorniHf Bt wiUihokllKf gt l news II hat ooNHrmatlan sad more details- are nwjiltea The irttwatlan ng dlMiesoil by corre pojifOnaU over tiio Pees ftnto tferdar If InutalMiig te the public eecpc ta tlon The olemeHtNry fasts are that time Hoer Are trekknrf aaatwanl to want lilnenifonteiN with slew movlMg baggage trams and that thiry are pier Mittd by Lonl Kitcheitvr with iris KellyKenny ilivMoH ln MaeDon aid with the HlghlaiMleni made a ferctxl march to Koodoo Road ford send en annilay jniahml M malice eAt wnrd Con French left Kimberley mi Saturday going oast along the Nod dor river Lord Kitchener JIn trying to ostinaroh awl to outflank the Burrs thus checking their retreat If poaal ble nut driving thorn back Into the hands of MueDonakl and French The war make inoAMigc cominuiileat ed to Mr Lucy scores to Indicate that Loop Kitchener has either gut ahead of the liners or Is about to realize hit plan and the war oflleo wails to an nounce n decisive result Meanwhile Commandant Dolarcy willi the Ilocw from Coloiborg lII hanging on to time right flank of the BritUh pursuing columns nceklug to delay their movement and so to auld the hoer wagon trains to escape Students of topography think the floors will hardlyI risk n fight until they get Into the rough country north of Bloemfonteln A Dally Mall correspondent who was with the British convoy attacked by the Boers nt Riot river ford wires Ultimately the British aban doned the convoy in order not to check the advance Thus 300 wagons and 000 tons of stores fall into time hands of tho Boors though U U doubtful if theywill be able to curry them away Lorenzo Marques Fob uJIt ap punrH from ndviceii received here that the loot captured by tho burghers Sunday near KofTyfontein Incliulwl over 3000 head of cattle nail n number of wagons IS of which wore landed with provUlons Intendwl for the relief of Kimberley A number of prinoimrs wore also taken Heavy fighting lis reportedl around Kimberley where Gun Cron s Is reported to be holding hiM own Berlin Feb 20Tme latest noun from South Africa IH regarded hero UH of the greatest iinporttinco The Ilur din Tngeblatt says that the war IH doubtlww now In time decisive utage and this view IH corroborated by the utterances of most of time German newspnpem although the ngrnrinn or gans continue to affect to believe that the Boers have permitted the British to penetrate the Free Stale only to annihilate them later on IttmMrll IlnrrUon Chunked Washington Fob nIleut Col JliiBKell B Harrison U S V has boon relieved from further duty as inspeot or general of the deportment of San tiago amid Puerto Principe He will soon go to Sun Juan Porto Rico for duty as inspector general of tho de partment of JWto Bico Ilneiie In New Cnleilonlnl inn FranoisRO Feb 17 According In advices received per steamer Coptic 10 deaths lave occurred In Noumea Now Caledonia from time plague nud there arc many costs In qunrantlna FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS First aetea Washington Fob 138enltTho Jinan clnl debate was continued Two great speeches one In favor of the pending senate ubntltuio measure and the othnr n- ntllbothClues The ant was delivered b Mrnttfntlon 11 the runkinim member o the nllaneo committee hi answers to the nalseti against the pending ennt billMr Jones Nov declared that the bill was victim and un warranted oonforrlnK tou great twwer- upon national banks mind rutllnlnlr the country to a golden dlr cuie l the auetlun from a hlitorlenl and phViewpoint1loureThe of the New York delegation held a meeting ai oon na they were apprised of ltepresentativo Chlcker lugs death amid Appropriate r olutloni were drafted for presentation to the house The dead memlwr1 desk was ttlthOIlthen mftdp the announcement of Mr ChlrkerlnKN u wth As A further murk ol retmeet tha hmmv adjourned At IttS- mthlliKtonR Neb rou tine bu nOM was Iljenat1h mitt er It was coHcliMlMl war eclckthevte rule and at times became pinteel And Interesting A tt sot Indlmtlnc AI JIXmall the majority on tI8 iaaeas- of lb hi wa taken Mr Chandler trep N II offered l an smadsat to nulhorlx the MHldnt to Appoint row miMlotittm to Any InlernAilonAl I MmtAtllr conference 1 1 tat might ly railed And I w Itlloueethe ron Idemifon of the ella5 lleirtelAtlve Mid iudtctfd ItJtllrop listen Mr lleHieawny lad I who WAS IIn ehrK of the Mu It um the reports oa th- etttdtit CAM of AMrteh Vii Itoh w JIourth were ra lied The AIfrki lsinodlawas taken Washington Yell tiSeaate he file named the geld fwrreney the eetMre n UorU of 44 to m bllits WIII CIOIRmJlakntdtatsriarm mind oae by Mr Velun o iiru MlnR for aatlonAl banki wish IB town of nut ovr4 esea 7f4tJltfll paned provldee that t1 d I KrnliMi of IfOW nln tooth T KMAnTiiAlt efmilllfornuvalues i11 t failed 8 AlM money saslntaltaed at a pant with It amid that treasury note nod KftdIIh lit WK+ of the MRi Utllve xerutlv And ludlelAl Approprtatloa Mil wlthwtit amend mat fhiHcK the gqwrat U eklo A VA sty oft es were toadied upon Mr MrHhotMUornuratkni Mr OrovviMior lU i And rOIItrite IOlumi civil iwrviea rIftIJlrnrlRn iX TI pvailOBi and Mr I er- weat Ala his rve4uiian to repeal 1-MIInu amenmeet Io the ramrtllMllon WasMaytoe Feb 14tleaatpoaNdr- a of Ute Q nelel measis tsariag- es6 teadleuelua or the rhlllppl- we e rwuswf In the HIAe Mr MeHnwr Idem lea l ulrmAKty AMnmil tHe iwfHMMwrit nMuUlllMi of the tHAA4 AM LeMnved the rBiiwl Stat f oaabt to re uUil them a rues as IM AulUorlfy of t country b4 IMVN IIHrtt Mr Stew- mitt took A rwwninr l clton In favor of mho peedUlte Itany of the island MWHMI dustythefor tlw tirrttwry ofJlAwaH was read but iroiM thAt formality nothing WAA 4 o II it- IuWeAl the otMtMine e f the anrricedtotAtlmils lbt PAMMIK the of the rurrMwy Mil by th ereeto Mr r rrsWlIkthe hoe a to a osalfaeeawl Lb5a i thevNrWe cola reek ea eel humse will nrne this Art Ion AC vast MI ia a And no vote Ahor pegeet Ute Wll hod era of the emeoatltt- m The a t edai fat peMolu was- ptpotebd ass l Monday halt WAAhlfHCton rb 1natsNot la rtnnlluu Afir An All dye rtr te ttlirt lAllv Appropriation Mil was pAeeed without division The AMtradAMSit rtrtk Inc MIllIN provtelon fur the chit WYtc MitntAleolon woe ted by A vale of n to Ul The following Mile were Intro dMed AathortAtnir the AprroprtAttva ot LorftjltltarrI etUr iA hat ed of I4WSU prtAtud by eonareee on 1 boo ant mind ItttrborII roamsi lee tojriR5 Companr lt Ohio Ca l11p11MWatt J ry At IM A tsath- Wahaglon Iris W8e leThe MM for the rMf of rlAlatAAi having AA ttntdlnr against tIN failed Statue la the cirrus And dtttrlet nwrtc rrld by AB Act of vm Wapareed Mr ilaloffered A rv liilln wtUrb alter A long dehAtA was adopted calling upon the commie rorIlltorllttlton hadnotl wlOftItratlye meat for the territory of HAWAII war un otthrI tonpI IIInlfmatfonbyCfttalftlORI IOMJdClIIHI min3Ntd tcInternalwas passed The purpose of the Mil IU to ejAbll h tbe maUr MekeRm of beer TIMbillInltRtfettthePortsbInMrfffIIDuev Dalaellllolel Guest llonlrd Out lly Fire Knoxvlllp T nn Feb S0Tit ho tel Klnndcrs urns partially burned 7S guPAts being formedout Into the streets with the merrtiry htifftnr thr zero mtirk frXubbH oafs In the ho tel block was patted and the entire hotel flllod with uffoonllnir awoke Six ilmiiPti wore overcome by smoke Two WITH taken to the city hospital and one may not recover Tho fire originated In time Imminent under tilt cafe probably from electric wires The 11111 AVIII It Ill piitXr r York Now York Feb 29JClllot Dan forth chairman of time dmnocnitlel state pxeeiitlvo uommlttpe ways that Ittehnrd anti n II Hill will be elected delegate nt largo front Now York to tilt nHtlonnl convention This conven tion he believes will bo holt nt Mil waukee Now larks vote In tint dem ocratic national entmnltt n IH expected to be east for time Wisconsin city llfTcr Htcnmor Sunk llosednlu Mim Feb 30TJme steamer New Muttle of JfomplilH sprung a leak nnd sank near the Negroleek6rnl merchandise portion of the cargo in n total loss Xo estimate of the property loan Is given riio IllitUrit Ever Itecorded Whitehall N Y Feb 111fhe water in Lake Champlain is n foot above the highest mark ever recorded There Ire numerous washouts on the Delaware R Hudson road tfl Shallow Brooks Are Oft 41NolsJ1I You have headache back die eruptions or kidney troubles OtII that tired feel ing These are the shallow brooks with their noise Seek fix source of the brook And It Is deep and quiet The tource of Illness is impure Wood Americas Greatest Medicine Hoods Sar SAPAHIIA is Natures stun means of cleansing the entire system It HAS no superior no cqul only Imlfators Debility olj system WAS nil rundown 1 had blackheads And that tired feeling 1 begun tAkng Hoods Surstpa MA AndhAve gslnfdten pounds 1n weight and feel tike A new man Wifllam jKnight 821 Bluff Street Pittsburg PA NAn n Ueat a lure tur aver tile the notilrrUllbd rlltqtANBPISODE IN BOERDOM Iur These lleaderA Who Are ICeep snag Up with the War Lit erature An AlribJMler trekking IrtlD tta4 lTabr a foRii a rd a4tf A Veortrekker soddenly afltdturnbail a k rave a vtorDlwr rfI re was a nia fee had1t tie Veertrekker lorrerTile wto wet lUmliBB oa the duttltHwm saahslaR tamer jumped oft amid started sn a rum to ward A krABU IIN jumptaes Bolt his iMt slipped- after MI A and lie fen it a Esas- 71ae 11 bon much dott gat iinto a kwt rd a mimMK m Tsai the gul kU way to ike Rearett dwf tine MM kf ibtukl take the aldfl ever oe t tamid nle lather that kt ahewld tookthemqie pe A tarp om aloar tad b th uraund thi Juprlte1 S Y Sun Taw Caa Od Alba rto riser LtrezNltAeitpew6er to wake IInto ywur hM It mores obttulattt wvattwic clasp awishes betotag fL It makes New or unlit abete ray A esrtalB cuss fur Curse amid pico toes An dr hteandlheostonaeoilItI- totarrp laU 1Isle HremeerYOliWvsMrItniait71nr Thtee wnttea tUwe Th tstw- Moser Tmity yew p ttI eurn1t e a mHIDetraK Free Ireee Alt AIIYAr Hraort n l- A ltltftb- i r 0rtIttft flit11- Itsi t1 4 errsrelalt- RN th Ii r w r- tint merpe via 1 dW- for pnrtievUn to shad Motet er to toy rtjMVMMUtir 1 FrtM Ltae riot Comfort MM FlaltVVht do yea t Ai they a loA t f tee 4owa IIX Utt AMT lloriatfWr rTAtteW r tlmdt wJatMatt- he fist with leart Ott DHr ll rtw Im The Ilect Irr rrlptlon for OhllU am Fvrar II a battler OnerB1 TIITBU t1 1t1IIMiteuNocvro oe pay IriIfA1 tiHMifSBee IIt s Uaakehc l sn wjrtlb wt may wrMe but error IU a tfrUltd sue as- Sweat ride we HM 1 ftn eraww OsiUn CUMUrtflt aii net 1Uiercoed ilrMl with PUTNAM KADfiUflaB 1YK BoW b1MalntlPUi You never meet some men that thex do U take a Atance In aratleAlchHeayea HaloJIeTI IlkotTooUtoobe Drops turo to sac wtBuia A men U seldom ikletraelakl tuasrChicago DJapA fib 1 FOR MIDDLE ACED WOMEN Two Letter from Women Helped Through the Chancre of Lire M by LyillA K 1lnU ham Vegetable Compound 11 DrAft MIM PixtuiAU When I first rrroU to you I ivaa In a very bad eon dition I was pausing through the chaise of life and tho doctors salts I had bladder and liver trouble I had suffered for nine years Doctors failed to do mo any good Since I havo taken Lydla B Plnldinms Vegetable Com pound my health has Improved vary touch I will gladly recoininond your rmNllelno to others and am sure that it will provo as groat a blowing to than as It hUll to tJJoI Mna GBO II Jose 001 DeKnlb Avo Brooklyn N Y Relief Cnme Promptly 11 Dun Mils PIXKHAMI ti lind been under treatment with tho doctors for togettnobettorIMy trouble was change of life nnd I nnythlnlholphums Vegetable Compound Relief came nImnjjLJaiOTedlatoiy I have better health now than I ever had I feel like a new woman perfectly strong I give Lydla lK Plnkhams Compound nil tho credit and would anything several of my friends There Is no need of women suffering so much for Mrs Pinkhams remedies are a sure sure MAIULA BuxtBit Bridge water 111 Another Woman Helped LydiEEi grentbenefittae Coydon St Bradford Pa Top Snap CtllllplleI IIrmligtt GUNS a FISH TAOKLE pouIurrun- tlIuruaaulJ POWElL d aI141NT CO 111 WarMlDfI1T ttt 4 1 r I WSENATEI Marshall and Carter Presided on Its Reassembling in Frankfort VThe Action Unnentln Taylor and Marshall llepeated SI Democrat ic donator Voting There Vnrn a QUUPUaa In the Home Frankfort Ky Feb 20The senate COIlvcned nt 1030 Monday boh Car 1or b rupuManusn ed titter prayer nnd led by Lieut Oov Marshall tho republican senators lof- k= tho hall The democratic senators rooognh big President Pro Tom Car tar paid no attention to tho republican proceeding and continued In session Tin democratic Honnto thou adopted i a motion by Senator Allen ot Lexing ton to ratify unit reatllrm the former nflimto by which loubol was declared governor This prevailed on a viva voee votu nobody making demand fori tio yam nUll nays Senator Triplet WttlQftultoI dumocrat voted with tho dainoornta for the purpose of making R quorum The democratic senator adjourned aftor adopting the Allan resolution Tho house convened at noon Spook or Triinblo prenldlng j ho journal of the dumoenttlo lagUlnluro sitting at Lonlsvlllo Saturday was road Mr HTakiiMUi dem demanded n roll del to MaartNtn the presence of a quorum TJut ropHbllenHH did not attawcr to their name ami only S of the CO damoorMti wore present The bona adopted a resolution tili rooting the custodian of public build IHto drapo the legislative Imlln and state houo with emblems of mourn ingt and to place tho state oapltol ling at Imlfmnst on account of tho death of Senator Goobel The cqntest mat tor WHS not taken up Frankfort Ky Fcb 20 +Tho Im prcMlon that the odhtost over tho ftvemorshlp will not be ended till it If fought to a tlrrlah In the courts iis riot lonsenetll by tho notion taken by the democratic senators in their ncs nhtn horo ratifying their former ac 3 tion by whloh senator Oocbel wns du aimed governor The ntpublleans Avlio upoke for Taylor say thnt ho will1 not r eoffHlzc as logo the pro ocdlngn lakflh In tho scnatn and which it Ila BHtl lwt nl will be dnpllontM in the 1 1heusc but baa told them that he looks UPON them as Illegal and will not quit tko tight until the whore matter Iis HtrrelI on In the eourta of last rinort Jib poiltlon Iis that the former pro ucwllniiH + being void the ratification now gif M thorn no legal vitality That the Ial presiding olllccr Lieut lov MnrkliMll had declared the tartan ad jaunieil when tho vote In qtiMtlon was and that tint votu ulioultl havo w J1 yraAnli nnytt as I inth jf m Q1 J 1uJ IJl1a jtll Iilt1 M cot a ilccflon by Swtttrdaj sta lilt tile drmovratlc oontmitMnUi for luitior state olUcew The democratic contestant will then be sworn in and will liifUu a formalI drnmnd for p- eselon of the otHeeH This wilj IH r tuRaJl by the republican Ineurnbin- and Injunctions similar to thone iHff In tho court over the govcrno- ship will be tiled Tho most impor tnt Immediate effect of thin will 1lie to tie up soeurvly erory brunch of the state government jwndlng settlement of tho oontestii by tho oourta as It 1in generally regarded as certain that tIwnko county ottialals and probably every hotly clue who have financial tHWlnnss with the state will refuse t reeognlzc either set of state ofllclals till the title to thu ofllces Is judicially andortalncdSogottntlons to settle thn conflict betweon Lieut lov Manthall and Sen sir Carter our tho chair In tho lion ate wont on again but no agreement luwI boon reached so far There is talk among the democratic senators of voting on tho ratification rules etc SUSPECTS REMOVED Button and Whlftukir Tnken From loiildvllle to Frankfort nod theF Former Itrleimed on Hall Frankfort Ky Fcb 20J I Sutton tho sheriff of Whltley county who was recently arrested on a charge of complicity in the Gocbol assassina tlon was brought hero from Louis villa anti waived examination before County lodge Moron and wax admit ted to ball This was the result of an agreement between the attorneys both for tho prosecution anti the defense Sutton left for homo at once in com pany with his uncle State Inspector C N Lister- Harland Whlttakcr who is ale charged with complicity In the assas III nation was also returned from Louisville und turned over to the local authorities He will not waive exnml nation but will go Into trial County Attorney Pclngrove and A E Wlllson WhlttnkcrH attorneys had n talk by telephone Ant It woe agreed Whlttn berg trial should be callwll as soon as convenient for his counsel This willi pYobaiily bo one day this week juielnjallo 51 any Seamen Drowned Snntander Spain Feb 30Ualcs lire causing n number of shipping disas tore on tho north const of Spain Thrco small vessels have been w reelcctj near hero anti 31 seamen drowned Iflfclit other vessels ore missing Two coasting ships with crews tot 1IC to hnvo founder S3 non are roported ed off Gljon Lent Tohneco for Liverpool Norfolk Va Vet 20Hlght lam thc I titpuiand pounds of leaf tobacco wc1Iipprd lfondny from Norfol k to Liverpool t SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER Prlvllcife Heretofore Allowed Tab lUherit May lie Taken Away Irom Them In the Near Future Washington Feb 20 Chairman Loud of the house committee on post ofllces and post roads submitted the report on what Iin known as the Loud bill fixing tho rates materon second class mall Tho re port calls attention to time groin deficiencies of the post ofllco department and to tho fact that measure arc now pending which will increase tho post ofllco expenses from 15000 000 to 85000000 outside of the regu Inn estimates As to second class mat saystsince its founda tlon has extended great privileges to that clans of matter known us second class and your committee recognize this as a fixed policy Rut we are firmly of time opinion that the govern mont should not continue to transport and handle this enormous maw of mall matter at a ruinous loss when such Iou IIK directly the result of faulty legislation and n continued Jm proper oonst ruction of tho pruaxmt laws FREEZING TEMPERATURE Florida Fault Men Fear the Void Wenther tins lions OrniiKc and Other Fruit rrerlt JaotaanvUla Pie Pub tolrull 1roan bare are apprehcnalro taint Sutur day anti fHiindayi cold weather hot hurt orngp had other fauItstrupw Aj Milton Flu on Saturday there Will thermometeriat 85 Sunday morning in Jackson vllle the thermometer was 10 above Thoumnd of flros were kept burning Satunlny night nil Sunday airjbynatal lout night in groves Florl du In efforts to aavo trees The trove wore nn a rule in good condition RIll this foot will prevent serious dam ego but the eflect of the cold won not bo ascertained till warm weather domes Truck growers will lose heavily all through titsatone Thin expense to orange growqnl In ktgdn1f pthe fires will amount to nanny tlrtmwinils 1of dollarsSFreezing temperature In reporJaLas fur south us Tampa TU SNOW IN CUBA Hundred of the InhnltllanU See the JratTimei 4LSantiago le CuI1lb 20 Monday WAil the coldest day over reaordet hurl the temperature being 53 dej green Fahrenheit in tho olty in the morning In time mountains Inn mllci Oft fife tflntirarjiturc was o0dTees Afnuritran Ilejlrn TW nillejff thlo1northonat wttim nu n111tuleyof CIO tftet In covered pith snow Old resl dente nay that 30 years ago during the war of that day snow toll in ttrn mountains but none has been ob served since until Monday railroadtsystem ran an excursion traln in the MountrSan Pledra could be plainly seen and hundreds of Cubans then saw snow for the first time Split In the PopulUt Tarty Lincoln Neb Feb g0A split had a walkout followed n turbulant meet- Ing of thin populist national commit tee time antifusion lenders attar haW obig n number of their followers turn ed down by the credentials committee organizing n bolt nnd forming n new eomrnittec Time members fnvornTiJi to funlon offer adopting tho report of the credentials committee adjourn wlllllnJlowertiltto call the national convention for the Mime cltand at the same time the democratic convention Is held rnnhltiR n llrnvy Claim Montreal Fob 70Jean Louis Le gore who sunendured Sitting null and several hundred of his Sioux gorennnentintho northwest on his way to Ottawa to push with the promised gqernnumthIlifrom the time of its presentation 18 years ago Three Miners Iladly panned Springfield III Feb 0Three min ers at the Barclay Coal Cots shaft Samuel Shargls Martin Ynnkis nnd Stephen Prolowskl were burned BO badly that they will probably die by gnsIrescued they were nearly unrecognizable BO bnderethey burned Chicago Tailor Locked Out Chicago Feb OAbout 200 union tailors were locked out by tho mem Trimmersoxcessions In time way of basis nbopa nnd free silk which the exchange re fused to grant Union men not In the employ of tho exchange are not ntrcct cd by the lockout Lawyer Dlnhurred Prom Practice Chicago Fob 20 Attorney Mosos Hnlomnn formerly state saunter and thejpractice by n decision rendered by tho state supremo court Ho wns charged with misuse of trust funds of n 30 000 astute Yew Treasurer for Porto Iltco Wnshington FobOTJoat Henry llrlnkerhoff 11th infantry inns icon appointed treasurer of tho Island of Porto Rico relieving Maj Jnmes A Uuclan lOu 5th Infantry A FIENDISH ACT toe StmtlnK Offered to five Away III Little Half IJrother The Gift llelntr Declined lie Killed Him Rlngold Gn Feb 20NcV8 IIM reached hero of tho fiendish act of Joe Starling a Negro In tho upper pre- cInct of this county Ho had been hunting with another Negro Henry Smith nnd the two entered Starlings yard together Standing near by was a 5ycarold halt brother of Starlings wife Starling pointing to the child salds Ill give you that Nigger If yo want him Smith declined the gift wherea- Starling coolly remarked Then Ill1 kill him Ho deliberately leveled hisI shotgun at tho unsuspecting boy and It Is charged sent a load of buckshot Into his body Time child lingered Iint fearful agony for several days and died The authorities arc in close pu suit of tho alleged murderer and in dignation against him Is intense PANIC AT A FIRE KlveNtnry Uriel Ilnlldlnir Destroy= cd nt Cleveland T nniitn IJnenpe f Clad In Their Night Clothes Cleveland 0 Fob 20A fivestory brick building nt No 40 Harrison street uae l as a stable by Gibbons I Pinkctt ngonta for Amour Co wn8 dqntroyod by flro early Monday Forty liOrSw ptrinhod- itlJ5thlng tho stable lla a tenement hOUR whore over a hundred personsI were asleep when tho fire broke out A wild panic ensued among tho occu pant and notwithstanding the bib terly cold weather men women nn children rushed from the inmildimi find only in their night clothes Thi firemen however succeeded in saving the tenement The loss on time stable UInsuranceInsuranceTheir i Trouble All Settled tV 20ASUilGrlllllomi 8gcletcity dismliwed his Milt for 110000 damages Instituted against his father Inlaw Dr W S Woods president of time National hank of Commerce DC runjber 0 last tar ncnutlng the affco trans of his wife and breach of con tract rime Jcrraarof settlement nre said to Include the payment to Mr GrlsBom of 80000 while Mrs Grill nom was allowed a divorce the resti tutlon of her maiden name Julie Stone Woods and the custody of their 3yearold child Mrs Grlssom fliedi her suit for divorce nt once nnd a de tree was grunted her within u few hours time- Velrrnn Invited to ChlcknianBKO 2 JohnJjBjGonloni federate Veterans line publlsfieti an order clIhg the nttwmtfon Oft ffederate posts nntlvutcratme to thti c1 dlilnr of the Chiclqimnuga park com mlKsion appointing n general Inspec tion of the park in October next nn I inviting the veterans of nil the armies to attend for the putpone of testing the accuracy of historical work thusI far completed Goad Pronpect for Fruit Atlanta Ga Feb OStnte Ento mologist Scott who returned frOm the southern part of the state after n carnjiil examination of time orchards In that section has given out the statement thai the freezing weather of the past week line land time effect of checking the unnatural advance oit the fruit trees enticed by the recent warm weather and the prospects now nre that the crops will be the largest In recent years- Prnctteing n Frndulent Scheme Chicago Feb 20 A capias has been Ironed for the arrest of Tunics Mull hall 1S41 Wnlmsh avenue lend of the Merchant Commission Co charging him with frnuoulcwtly obtaining on credit consignments from commission houses selling the goods for cash nnd eluding creditors It is thought ho has scoured over 50000 from houses In various parts of the United States Fourth Decree MnnnlnUKMer Maryvlllc Mo Feb 20C G Jesse a druggist charged with tho murder of Frank Grlflln editor of Griffin Dally Review on the streets of Mary villa April 8 189S was found guilty of manslaughter in tho fourth degree and sentenced to two years imprison meat Jesse claimed that Griffin land threatened to publish n defamatory article about Jesses daughter unless paid 50 to 100 It took the jury 6C hours to reach a verdict Available Men for Military Duty Washington Fob 20 Secretary Root linn turned over to Gen Lud low his plan to secure the creation of a reserve list of persons in civil life who are fully equipped for instant military service Gen Ludlow has been instructed to work out the de tails of the plan in order that thr war department may be enabled to submit n tangible operative scheme for the approval of congress which body must supply certain legisla tion Lento for Vice Prcnldent Chicago Feb 20 Mayor W C May bury of Detroit who is in Chicago said in nn interview I nm for Con gressman Lcntz of Ohio for vice pros ident I think ho would represent the anti mllitnry sentiment of tho Gorman inters better than JUlY one For Greater Huston Boston Feb IOTho great hasten bill now before the lugslnture will if passed permit tho nnncxntion of 34 inunlolpnlHtqV It In estimated that this would bring up thu population of Boston to 1200000 PRINTERS SEEKING OFFICE Nomination for International 01Vera By the International Ty pographical Union DDonnell tional aqrpouncedofficers who will be elected by the ref nomluntlona Nominations for president are S U Donnelly Indianapolis J M PrescottuIndianapolis BurtontMemphis Tenn D B Hastings UnneInpollt lInn C E Hawkins Chicago C E Holmes Columbus 0 S L Let LynchSyracuac WhiningrChattanoogalenn Secretnry treasurer John W Brain wood present incumbent t Thero are 34 nominations for dole ofjlborIon Cleveland 0 Prank Morrison Chicago nail Edgar A Perkins In disimepoilL For trustees of the ChildsDrosel home time leading nominations arc W Almlnon Nashrlllo Penn Daniel IHock Detroit Mich B T Pfund Hartford Conn C S Shopperd Chi ego and K S Tatem Philadelphia The fight for president is between Lynch who in now first vice presi dent and Donnelly Locomotive Holler Uxplodcn mendfrighto comotive boiler In the Santa Fo round house hero The dead are John LinYiduff The injured are J L jkrdley who will probably die Ar Uc Paylor bniised and badly shaken up and Bert Shields face cut and one lain Injured The explosion was caus ed by compressed air which was to be used as time motive power in the Midget locomotive a small switch engine The dead men were horribly mangled UzPreildent Johnson Grave Knoxville Tonn Feb 17J Through the influence of citizens of Greenville Tenn Congressman Brovmlow will Introduce n bill placing time grays of exPrgsldcnt Andrew Johnson at Greenrill0 under government care 1Jra 3attcrson daughter of tho ex president proposes to donate enough land to makeu park around the mon ument that his been erected there At site is getting old she Is anxious to be assured that the grave will be taken care of otter her death Mrs Patterson is now critically ill and frarsorc entertained that site will not- covcrr w nivalantas la the Mountain irnllnFeb l7DrJg Gen Alfred leI4 Infantry lory died tnnny pack mules start 1 Thursday for the province of Carom Irlnos The cruiser Baltimore and the trnnsporth Tartar and Ahenlan com pose the fleet which with the gun boats accompanying it will int provI ince It is expected that there will tc much campaigning in the moun tarns Te Investigate Mncrnmi Statement Washington Feb 17The state de partment has taken steps to make sure of tho position it has assumed toward exConsul Mftcmra in antici congresslbystllrectingnn cry iiineo qMblIcgntions contained 1t1 that qljlccr fVtcinenf Including rRpiplfy ixftliofoiigh Investigation of th6 coiulitWnBninijbr vfhlchthe consu lar mall trod cable service Were con d1ctcihw Y i i dt 11 The 1 ltroe CrTrostrr toChlcngoe was a quiet meeting of the members of the Union Broom Co known as the broom corn trust In this city and it is said an effort was made to advance the price of brush from 200 to 220 a ton but the wiser heads thought it best not to Tho dealers outside claim this will be done at tho next meeting From all sections come reports of increased acreage this year is i A nerrnrd Offered Lansing Mich Feb 17iSecrefary of State Stearns as chairmim6f the state board of auditors Frldoy a thor led Sheriff Porter to otter a reward lof 1000 for the apprehension of ex Quartermaster General William L White who is wanted on a charge ot alleged embezzlement of state funds while a member of the Michigan mill tary board and who digupparud several weeks ago Itolnnd Sfollnenx Sentenced New York Feb 17 Iloland D Mo llncux was Friday sentenced to die in Sing Sing prison during the week of March 20 for tile murder of Mrs Kothcrino J Attains lIe made a state ment asserting that he hull not been fairly convicted and that yellow jjournnllsm hod put a price ou his head Trntu llobber Pound Dylnif Tombstone Ariz Pcb 17One of the train robbers AJio held up tho N t A T tralr tit Fairbanks was found in a dying condition nt Syca mqrq Spring nine miles from Tomb stone Time robbers nome is John Dunlap alias three Fingered Jack I Ills lMro In Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Feb 17Jolrc gutted n itbjrcstory brick building nt 017 Lib arty avenue occupied by Sol Ccrf S- jo wholesale jewelers causing lost rtatlmatcd nt from 73000 to 50000 partly covered by insurance t Kc cK MfKCiKiSKl Cf fIIt tit INTERESTING STATE NEWS I 4 D313J31it1Jr1 1133d3J3Jfi18tiIKde3I8CIOli1kli I J TRAIl WOULDNT STOP I Young IRlCentuckY Recover 9103 Damages From the Clnclii- nntl Southern Hallway Co Wllllnmstoxvn Ky Feb 10Miss JfiiButtn Cram daughter of Judge nun has just been given 105 dam tires against the Cincinnati Southern allwny for its failure to carry her to soyratto New Orleans and was returning jver the Havana Limited When at Georgetown the conductor told liar tie would not stop the train at this place and that if she went over the oad farther she would bo compelled lo pay faro for extra distance she rode She was loft at Gcogetown without i cent of money where she had to re main over night borrowing money from strangers to pay hqr hotel bill Time court allowed 1000 damages but tier attorneys got the amount changed to 105 BO that the railroad company ould not take it to tho court of np pealsA MONUMENT STOLEN It 1Vnn Erected Tears Ao to the Memory of Wllllnm Taylor Dar ry at LezlHRton Ky Lexington Ky Feb laThc monu ment which was erected to tho memory of William Taylor Barry in the court house yard by the county of Payette line been stolen When the new court house was built it was taken down and it was the intention to replace it at another point in the yard but some one stole time atones a few nights ago and they have just been missed Barry was n member of the legislature speaker of tho house secretary of state member of congress United States senator postmaster general under Jackson and minister to Spain under Jackson Ho was born In Vir- ginIa in 1764 and died in Liverpool while on his way to Spain in 1835 Detectives Working on n Clew Richmond Ky Pcb lGIt is stated on good authority that detectives have been here for the past two days quietly I working on a clew which It is be lieved will lead to the arrest hero of one or more persons who know more about the assassination of Mr Goebel than they care to make public Time information which Lee Jones the Whitely county suspect arrested a low days ago at Frankfort gave flueau tborltles in what sent the detective d to thlajclty and from rumors oiirrpn arrests hero would cnifco no surprise IIII Celebrated tier load Illrtndny i Lexington Ky Feb 18 Pollj Cloud Graves celebrated her 103tl birthday anniversary She was born seven miles from Lexington on Cane Hun creek Her grandfather was Mnj Thomas Groves of the stall of Gen Lafayette during the revolution She has all her faculties but tier eyesight iII slightly impaired Of 13 children but two are living One son who was cashier of tho City National bank here died two years ago Quarreled About Crap Louisville Ky Feb laWm Brad ford n driver for the Louisville Transfer Co was shot thrqugh thp left lung by Thou Damon a driver for the same company The affray occurred at the stables There had been a quarrel on account of n crap game and Borson claims Bradford was ad vancing on him with a knife when he shot in self dofense Bradford will die Borson surrendered Invent iKntltiB n Tradition Lexington Ky Feb 17J M Lowe of Kaunas City in a letter to Attorney Wallace Mulr says there Is a tradition in his family that time Iland on which the city of Lexington is built wns granted to his grandfather William Lowe for his services in the war of the revolution W H Polk a local historian hns been engaged to investigate the legend ns it Is gen emily considered rrfei rMiner Locked Out Wllllnmsburg Ryl1eb lrOIcrntors of the Proctors coal mines at Red Ash locked out several hundred miners members of the United Mine Workers of America who were about to make a demand for a wage Increase In conformant with the recent In dianapolis agreement The operators decline to employ union men Tho Proctor people shipped SO cars a day south nnelKrn Heninlna Still Untmrlod Frankfort Ky Vet 10Messrs Justus and Arthur Goebel brothers of the late democratic governor ore hero and will remain here until the hotly of their dead brother is finally RtllliIIIstort the relations having been slow to determine the exact spot of burial Mnrlclnc tlie Soldiers OraTe Perryville Ky Fob 17The com mittee appointed by tIle legislature of 1SOS to expyd 300 for a monument to the 300 confederate soldiers burled on the Porryvllle battle field one mile west of here hits arranged to have thu work begun nt once Murder Trial Delayed Mt Vernon Ky Fob 17The trial of Attorney E 1C Wilson ohnrgeil with tho murder of Mary Cloyd in Laurel county lnst year was called but was postponed bqeausB of HlokI jcss of Judge Morrows wife COMMITTEE CALL r 11 One for Kentucky Itepnbllcan Will lie lutied In a Few DttyBfrSoM itr of tile CnitUlnulci 1 c Louisville Ky Feb 18 Chairman C M Bilhictt of the republican atatai central committee will In a few days call a meeting of his committee In Louisville to set a time for the stntir convention to elect delegates to tho national republican convention Mtiny names are suggested by the republic nns ns delegates afc large Among them arc W O Bradley Senator DC hoe John W Yerkes Sam J IiobeiISW S Taylor Albert S White am WiA mutes Those mentioned ns possible dole gates from the Fifth Congressionall HttLcIIJIt r James to v J r It is extremely probable thn jBakcr nnd Sapp will bo the men selected tin IdJts Dr Baker names IL I JilQto So in his place If t rrltr 31ednlr for OiAtore7011it Cynthinnn Ky Febil 18 TKerBCf tenth annual meeting of the Mliljvbitjir Declamatory union was held jut thaj opera house here 3SIr PJIQJPoitQr p2 the Kentucky unhcrllltytxrn 1cal won the first prIze his 11iibject being The Burgomasters DeathcrThecsgc j and medial was awarded to Henry Drowning Clcernian Soclely toiftgej Georgetown Other speakers wereCDl R McKinley and W IL Reese Vjn Chester B S Van Meter Richmond J T Gunn A und McollegeLexing= ton nnd B Lctcher ZtahrjUc Ttia 1 medals were awarded byrllevthlN- orton j pastor of the Baptist church this city The judges7 for thJ Scca sion were the Rev Messrs SfcEIroy Oney Norton pcarap and Hnjeyjjoi this place ec ii r I Senator JJarrel Xot Indletediqyp- ulsville Iiy cb17ITbOie rson County grand jury refilptl to in diet State SenatorrSB Ttarrer olWp gan county onjJohivH WJiallens charge of obtaining mone byafalso pretenses This notion was a yecf cd victory for Senator Hnrrel anil writ shared In by the democratic members of tho legislature It is said that tho j indictment will be rcsuUmftteTl io the March grand jury HnrrelchYrgeW that Winllen tried to briM hint ahd Whallen said Harrel entered fIiftoi nn bent to defeat the seating t ot j Death of Judgei Illchnrd AIluckner i Lexfn ontFcb Iff Juu b1 Richard A Buckner one of tho moat oltn malt century ago died heretin hidp67th year He was art intense union man during tho civil wear ands did seoglingj hey rind circuit juilgt for this djjffficV IcongiesftlndS631II I the Kentucky code in 1373 nnd Avaaf speaker of the Kentucky hounej ofjrep I resentatlves in 1861ii 1 ijt rl rjiey Want trt OQJij Coatfrcf 1 1Colecongress ItoJrt Ithls the Nhi11lofi grcssional district Jlle Isfijsonafex i Circuit JudgDAEsC9leot MnysvUIe nnclLa lawyer of some note lion Powers of Grayson Carter 3 county add jron Ki B I ngerflof Ashy j lend nre also aspiring for the nomination lallI subject to demoprwryti ciTlll t O4 9 IlrccUcnrlilKo Will SpenU In Cnnnda e exiimgtoiJiiyl I 11 14dol H1 Jr P Breckehrldge flaB accepts l autrihi vltatloitfrpra tHeJAngloSaxon Uplpnr of Toronto to attend n banquet thfirp on February 22 and respond Vb a tonst The Union Jneic and tit Stara nod Stripest1l XnTongtb others In voted to respond to toaats will be Lord Charles Beresforil bf England 11 InTthe II J i Grccnup iaq Feb JgTThf boiler of Bpggs Cos large saw aryl great mill at Warnoqk exploded Time entire structure was completely wrecked causing a lose of several thousandidol lars John Braden and H N llacllllg two workmen were blown several feet in the all milt are no seriously Injured that they will die Noted Vnenllut Dead h Loulnlll 1Cy Feb lW SBel I knap home In this cjtyI ot angina prctomish He WOK widely known as a singer possessing mug nlficent basso profundo voicebeing table to reach low D with ease lie went to Europe with Haverlys allay strcls and wns connected wlthanum her of opera companies yj- Dentil of Gvorno nettle WJO Lancaster Ivy Fob 10Mr Gep i+ Bettls a prominent citizen of this county tiled here of pneumonia Mr Jiettls was formerly connected with the L S N railroad ns soliciting h froigut agent Vctornnn Arrnnteniout Lancaster Cy Feb 10 Dcpnrt- ment Commander Joseph H Browning and stuff of the state G A ltar lii th6 city to make piyllmlnni arrange mnts for tllO annual litcampmollh which it to take plnca here ou May 2h and 23 1 Sot uy n oIlUtrIlT f Olympia Ky Feb lO John Igo was hot and killed by GnrJfmlrmlt nge on Salt Lick five mlltM jrpmhurt Igo has wealthy relatives and Armti I age was a member of the Sd Kentucky volunteer Inftmtrv dk L r- f 1 l 1 rt L p vr a11a =THE HICKMAi COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY r FEB 28 1900 KNOTTY QUESTIONS IN CONGRESS JefeMiblltan Cemmltloe vn President IKcKlnlcy President MoKlnlw in hie an anal rnesiaee recommended prac tically free trade with Porto Pico so did Secretary of War Root and it obtained that the whole Cabinet at that time approved the Presidents suggestions Now cornea the Republican Com mift8 in Congress with Mr Payne ai chairman with a bill imposing tariff taxes and reatrlottona on onr trade wltk Porto Rico and their trade with as precisely as with any foreign country only a little lower rate This has stirred op the animals in lively fashion II Porto Blcans more than the One bans fyth people of any of the other seW pWBMiioDB welcomed f the U Sarmlea and the United States authority and ex pressed their joy over being freed from Spain and their anxiety to becone a part of the United ofStltll1 Up to this time the Porto Hi cans have been governed alto gether iJar army authorities the military faU the time has now i come whM tifif want a civil gor ernmentjlilivil laws and civil eoHrts atfiiiiWBdlng bill before J OeBgress iis for this purpose The Boat extreme aatiexpaniioniats waat Porte Klee recognized be- CalM all agree that Porto Rico was rightfolly aeqtired by war law and oosent of the governed and ifeerefere it would appear like there Mould be smooth sail lug In giving the Porto Ricans a I permanent civil government But not so the point ia made that if civil courts are established in Porto Rico along with these courts fd the nighty beneficence and guarantees of the constitution of the Hatted States and this be J fog true that Porto titan trade commerce meet be free precisely as exists between other States and territories of the United StatetIn other words that they become citizens precisely as the j people of New Mexico and all oth er territories But Mr Payne anda the Republicans backing him say not but claim that the Constitu t x flea of the United States can be or withheld according I IeJtended and powerof Congress e I and that Porto Blco or any of the I t i new territories can thus be held It holdingii Zeus 1 We dad that the great lawyers preIr1 ing to tfee exlgencles of party pol rr Itieei yN I Ilf l The Macrnm Charges l Slaorum who was the rep t itatlve of the United States 4 i 1 1Mr BoMvKepublic makes vers I charges against the Brit then at Pretoria He I boldly charges that the British r Government opened his official mall and flonahl to interfere with the discharge of his official dutiesl These charges Mr Macrum reported officially to his home gov ernment at Washington bnt re i ceiving no recognition he left his post and came home to report in 11I 11 person which he did lie has given the facts to the pub 1 1elDoeThe non aotion of the United 1 in not supporting the dig r nity and respect flop in ltd own rfurfSfntutlrf tend tu Ilititlnn y till Clilitll Hid IHIC y Id1Nih11111- It lii alreadyI frirattilti nu HlJurI 111111 BIilllIlJ r moo w- F LET the Democrats stop their i antiexpansion and unitu on 11 common sense platforn expansion but no imperialism fur this repub lic 1 FriEhtfii Binder Will often cause a horrible Sam Scald i SalvoiCore Fever bores Ulcers Mils Corns all Skin Eruptions Belt Pile cure on prIUlee4 I J TffidAL v NWS Some of tho river mon nro predict lug a big overflow this spring f0Tak your Hides Furs and Onuio to SIIJLV SHAW A onudltlntn for Mayor of Slkraton ifo calls himself a second Ooebol1 The sccoud quarterly Mentiug or tho Ilickmnu M E Church will lit hold April Jlst and 22d If nails continuo to advance iu price it will bo expensive nailing omn paigu lies this year The government by bills to bo unw ed iu Congress will change thn spoiling of Pnorto rUffl to Porto Rico I Irisi lortnuatr tint in rill llpntr about when the twentieth otntnry begins there ran bo but two opinions Circuit Judge Husband of Pndn cab has declined to honor a requisition signed by W S Taylor ns Governor To add to the horror of the situa tion the tuneful fellows all over tho land nro winging He wn bled In old Kentucky For route Correspondence The latest novelties iu bile Box Pa per Tablets o Broken packages of paper and envelopes extra tine stock at cost nnd less WILSONS BOOK STORE Tho National Democratic Commit tee met yesterday to name R place for the National convention Milwaukee has put up 1100000 and is likely to get the convention unless some other nits makes a better bid County Judge Stephen Eluioro of Orates county is seriously ill nt his homo in Mayfield from the effects of vaccination It was reported Monday night that he was dying but he was resting better Tuesday The residence of Mr U L Etnlni sor at Union City was destroyed by fire Friday evening last The loss on the building is abut 11000 with X456 insurance Mrs Eminlsor lot two dia mond tings and a gold watch Lum King a farmer who lived near Mayfield Junction committed suicide one day last week by hanging nimeelf with a rope He had recently had a severe attack of sickness and it is sup posed that during a spell of mental ab erration he ended his life The City Council of Milan Tcnu has passed a curfew law requiring all persons under 18 years of age to be off tho streets after 8 oclock p m daring the fall and winter months and after 9 p m the other months of the year except on important errant Last week the Lake County Press I published by J T Pratt Tiptonville Tens tuned an illustrated trade edi tion which docs credit to the town ndI the enterprising publisher It contains interesting and valuable write uPs of Tiptonville and Lake county Mrs Robt Jones tied nt her home in East Fulton Friday morning of childbirth The baby expired a few hours after tho mothers death Doth worn buried at Walnut Grovo graveyard on Saturday Tho Guard extends sympa thy to the bereavedFelton Guard Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buch anans snysDrto their farm in Fulton county and henceforth the doctor will raise his own pigs chickens c They have been citizens of Bardwell for a long time and we regret to lose them but we wish them prosperity Grogan the slayer of Louis De montcourt has been indicted by tho grand jury of Pemiscot county Mo for murder in the first degree He is paying a guard says the Carnthcrsville jailButmado his escape from the jail and is now at large A Jefferson county couple with the preacher and attendants climbed a tree and were married there No rea son was given for the peculiar action but it is thought the gentle maiden had vowed she would never marry any man on earth and adopted this method of changing her mind without seeming to break her vow Mr Dick Necdham aged 60 died Wednesday morning of last week of pneumonia at Clinton Ho was n nit tire of Indiana and had resided in Hickman county for thirteen years and was engaged in the timber busi ness He made money and lied in good circumstances leaving a wife and several children See Buchanans Big Stock of Dress Goods All go at Cost I i I exchAugOfor tion Just thinic of digging the eyas out of potatoes pulling the beard out of rye threshing wheat cutting tho i heart out of a watermellon spilling blood of a beet tearing the skin theII peach breaking the neck of n and other such outrages Juno the people of tho United I IInwill be counted for the twelfth flinco the establishment of our It will rt qniro about flftv I thon Utd iminipnitffN m fnkn tins can altth and IheirI won tuusi Iln ltnlmwl m olD HI lllll I e M Iliy fV tfri 1- 1r1hr v ir 1jJ in RIIh1i i VfM 3r mitt r i lf luui Y 1 iiniii in iilirl7 dills 4i ii air ri i two roadLa lulll11I1 I eI dt i Kultoa Loaitcf Sttdx nun talon Saturday bv the Illinois Central to lay a donhlu tnule between this city and Cairo Ill Tho civil en nenrs of the I company were ordered hero yesterday moIvetwopoints i j which fifty miles The work willi be dono with great haste as the heavy increase of business demands n double track to justify Its patrons Sonic time lost year surveys were taken and work began but was never completed on uo count of their plan which was changed at that timer tf 6 rfhOKETUlV OH sMINKS i i111l iiiptiHurn now before ilio United States house nf Rr1 RpiiiiitivcH providing for tho arc n tion of a now Cabinet nfNne the Secretary of Mines HID Mining Bourne to bo ono of thoHU Intitront lug Icgislulivo children that prllJ B from the UHlrn of ROIU legislator to leave ou the hlBtorv of Iii H country HOIIIO indelible truott hla nativity- It MillS to Iii in furlliornuon of nn idea which sumo persona hay O Unit every function ofa State canI he better nprfnnntMj hy Itln FedtI rllll ioviiiiiniMii uiiil tltnl it nliould iit lOiivkd ii iho JeduiHl Governmuni nolena miens To tbo otiBiiiil observer there I nothing in connection with mine nUll tnltiin which culls for npnclnllpi Kovernmonl supervision other i tlnin is now eivtfii br Iho Gooln p teal Survey nod COIIHUR Bureau Tho consUtfii teniloncT of over government IA toward time mnltl1I plication of departments anti of1I ceReOUOO eatabllnbod even I they lapse Into mere olnonnrcsjj their abolition Iirt n work ofst promo difculls WHAT ANNEXATION WILL 10 j i In speaking of annexation writer says that if the Philippines are annexed to the United States theywill beuotno nu open gate j through which the hordes of Ashcan la come into tho United 8tll611- AnuexIIlou i will nnturnhzethe to I million inhabitants of those lalRIlll after which an citizens of tli eJo United Staten they have the anm rights that are posseaKed by other citizens to go and come when and when they pleiiae The cone t line unrroundinir Itwo thousand In laude in tthe Pacific oven thousand miles distant from our ahore- dnd s near the ObinoHo const can not be guarded against the Oiti II eRe The Chilies population o time Islands ia very large and iIt dllthgollbbeland those wbo may neck the IIn laude us a means of nomine hiltt the United States Tho mine ition of the Philippines repouln the Obineue exclusion laws und In Files the Mongolian hordes to swarm Into our country =Stood Death Off R D Monday a lawyer of HeurieUa Texas iinw fail M K Kmv digger II- says My brother was very tow W1tImlarial fever and jaundice I porsuud Nl hint to tr Electric Bitters and In ivai soon much better but contlnnet their use until ho was wholly cured am sure Electric Bitters saved his lift j JTbll1 ease germs null purifies the Mood V4 digestion regulates liver kidneys 14Lbowels cures constipation dj fPt1ii nervous dlfl vwes kidney trouble1 Itf mole complaints givm perfect bealtb Only tOe at all drug stores I jTOI jjI lug representative of the Inter- State U Mississippi River Improve i ment nnd Levee Assoointion oral in Dyersborg mast Friday It L speaking of time work time uuiocln W lion 1 is doingSir Vorhees said We are working to get thi congressThisexpenCi dlture of 18 or 20 million dollar to build nn Imurpgnnble line at levees on both stiles ol the rivet from Cairo to the head of the passes The government to take perfeeti AB will be made to cover a period of three or four years and will slake It much eitHler to pay nnd get bet ter results Should we Bticieertr1 HOtBJH lit JltIJhbortllHlcl I so terconrse with each other to fur cal getI limo bitterness and pastas stirred iu every breast by the noainward events tlirongb wldoh we urn i a Hing amiI to remember i that they lire neighbors IUIII friends and nut aliens nod ene mien Eaob as honest ns sincere M as hlglmplrlted as wlmleHotileil ns conscientinuH as courageous 88 far seeing ns falnnlniletl HH well Ihif rmcias likely to in right as thiMtiBelves and jner i coufidense ors Still the frankest forglveneas for every rend nrlmaelnan grievHimr Tille InulsIIIi vrain i jury I1P111t I i4i1011r I ib s M Krnsnr II I II I 1 l II f or 1ir1I iigr II I1I IIifhi niltrr I f 19i Whiltt tiniliftalHi 1llI wan nut Aar tallied and no iiiilliiiiient was tt- IIturned Sftnitor JJ 7 webh1ldif n 81000 bond I is tedt agi i thefirstVllllllrnVhbpihis been relunifd IIId iideriruirn uui ht wts required to give bond for Ii1 I yr r If 1 Sheriffs Sale for Taxes Ii 11hf ollow 111ti rIr nf reall rl+ ic iinlI own Ion in hn road Tor cn + li In bond ni the ftouri Cons door In Illokinin Iulioii Ability Kr on Mnmlay Mnrrti IIU IDytJ 4i 1 oatnak p inI llBli snug Onm 11110 for Klein told IminiynnlI tiller t itsrK due fr ibo yn1819 t 8 Ultrk 00 sores of linll l Riil C1I1II1UllntyI t tux 001 seall IAO 1011IIf W II Qrcrn ittftanwnr bind Sluic I nail wanly tnt 21H cnsi 1 JO 40UI W II nrtfn aci1 Mr H fi Orpn i 100 acres land State and clan 21 f If TI i Mt iV tftoO 1 t n Ktifttr n Ilnl M i nrll1 tit Ii Ican lIrY tut lJO 11IQ 11- i x tri t nu r heir 110Ifr trsd1 eto1II 1II ui I snitt 1 John W Smith 00 sere tit Unit slate sad MIIIHIJ MX Stiff eaul IM S1H IJ l1 Smith GOserc of land Mete and roHtiir l+ x S l1j onli 1 10 4 79 0 S Wilton IIi nernI lend 81nu rDII eonnljr ux A201 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603- C + Nichol 2 lou FAIL Hlckroi- ofiuietx369 stool net lM art 1 60 a a- Jrtn rnt i mown lot EMI lUck Suit ux 18i j IIclaOQI ux 13cu M tl0 293- Mirih Reid hair 0 town loo K- lilekmno Suit ux tit wheelI ux Iej con 1150 416 ton Roll lei i 1 town lot Suit Ui 164cott 160 314 Jerry Eenford 2lon EI flickets duuuxlfil obool itx 1 20i oo tl60 421 8wilb 1 lot Eat lUck maD But tal 164sohoolI Ux 1 126 eon 150 Lao Seymour 1 town llet But- IM182J cost 160 2 8l- SlIItbAD Talley 3 town loin K hitch Slate ux 227 i school Ux 189S lint 09 3 CO omit 160 6 Thotnp on 1 lot Last Ihlekinisa- dust j7II l mat 1 104acbeoii Ux IBUl I and 09 2 10 soil I 50 5 24 Tilttwertb 1 lot E lllekmB Suit ux 122 cost 1 50 182 Bof P1UI1 1 lot Eirt Illottaro I MIIItatt for Irs 1893 ul 1899 t 160 1197- Lj 10411cotdl tows of Slat Ux 222 cbool ta98 and 99JI7 eon I150 509- MTIII UTklkrr 1 tot E lIIektDlD Sat ux 164 eon 150 314- Plit Wtlkr on I town lot Bole UK 1 CHi ichool Ux 98 anal 99 2JJ5 coat 160 449 atl Kllllims i tot E lIIeklDlD Suit ux l2i ohool Ux 119 i em 1 50 315- J T HTUBULEF1ED Shrill Potion County KyI Editors Life Sired Uj Chuwber UlsM Cough Kcnedj I During the early port of October 1890 i I contracted a levrre cold which let tai on uir lungs soil wu neglected I feared that consumption had unII Oared in an incipient state I was conII oxpullmethingj came alarmed and after Riving tho lo I doctor a trial bought ft bottle of Chanibcrlaiu0 Cough Remedy and tho I rranlt was immediate improvement nd after I had rued three bottles my luiigu wore restored to their healthy stateB B KDWAIIDH Publisher of The Review Wyunt IIIor sole by Oowgill Cowglll IJIclnnnn and A Shaw State Lino Druggists Farmers Free ColumnII Under this heading Jll hereafter be pabllshccl notices not to exceed fl Hues each from farmers who arc flubsnrib who have horses malls cows products sealtyo for sale freo of charge I Unit Proof Seed Oats for sale ApiI to O W THKKIKRID For YaleI II A fine JHPR B Y MdCViNMKi Jordan lei Ion for yule f tar Durlmui tuty with yonu calf Appiy w LiTiiEtt MAJW FOR SALE I Uood Clover Hay t7pcr ton at rlokII Oocxl milk Cow with young Slack Langshau Chickens CBltII ho finest healthiest soil J iApply to MI A MoDAKiKL For Sale Eggs from highscoring Silver Wyan good weight good liiyers Eggs from pen 1 8160 per 16 train pen a t Igi00 per 15 J W JOHNSTON t ilayfield Ky J CowgUl Y 1 i i 1CQwgiUl t I 0t flg tsr InrHHUnT11JIS run JUIIIIJLIIIINIIJN1 1 CouGh S1iti11tt S u IlIlIIJI i rrU11JJIJHS 1 1 PRESORT IYJINS Carefully eo Compounded lfuntbani4 ClOI Drove 2u01 r henhickr in bni nul AJlr1 rlr jTile Genoral inspcotor of tbo battleship Kentucky nt Nowport News Vn lion reported to Ithin Nor Department hut the VOH + eel will be rends to linen In corn nilHslon nn April irijffihn depart I nodntoi aiGI IhoIl1I1I11IIItlIR represent nn invwt If nipiii I iif ftnoOOOOO+ The nidx iMimniii tvt iiii niilfK of interIitroushs 1Onllleaof trougliH troughsTimeand nirnotnodallng dally1 20000 120000hugs I OLD COLD WHISKEY W R WEBSTER f SOFK ua Fun t- II Union City Tenn THIXTON MULETT CO DlKtillHw OWBNSHOUO KY j tt t+ f Breadisj8TAPFOPUFBIwj j t urn TO oar I GOOD FRESH BREAD 111- oo 1 TO Tltr Mow Cili mm 1 t Bread Cakes anil Pie Raited Daily fli1+ A1cI2UAlt1 LitN iou l AN I r I Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates 1 J 1 I and Candies Cigars and Tobacco 4 b a AFRESH OYSTERS 4 1j tt Md OBCKRY HKORIVKD DAILY t jjil 1 Frw i Oyster lelTfcI tu cry tyki and at all hours I tyom ac UalI Telephone W 1- i i New City Bakery 111 i lajetb Ooaking Ranges I The Best in the World j YOU MIIIIOl flHliO H YI IN 1 14 lid I la Buying One of these Ranges1 One of UN Strongest Points Is Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Bakes Blsanlts In 4 Minutes Light Bread litI 40 Minutes Buying a Majestic menus n Iifo time of Economical GooklnS Call and Ea11II11U Tlifin Youll Boy no Oilier 6w aaav 2 a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS lcul p y lInh 1 I I I food T IiMT nL1MlIED 1HtItt i TOM Sr I lilllr In U C amp dtJ J Marble and STONE WORK of nil Kinds IIRON FENCING cro Ky W R WEBSTER DEALBIt IN A- IIN1 K IN1EKY1 I BIi TRNNM VHBIIBl SmiLti AOKNT OK I OllPOuldMountttln DILLON Propr Gi3nite Monuments OURJ3ING Hiokman Old Stiiiiilnnl Uncoln Co Llnuolii County II e300II Mo L aial SPECIAL OFFERDEAR Out I ntn ounbloil to sell and berebv ofler you four Tall quarts of HOLLWOOD Seven your old Doultlo Dlnllllcd RYE WHISKEY forgJJOO EXPUI5S8 PREPAID IIpropose to slap on npprovnl in plain Ill XPn with no marks to In dicate aontunlH Wbon you receive it and test it If It IIH not entlsfHo tory velars it ut my pxpenne nod I will refund Ton 300 This is s moHt liberal offer Bud I trulyW r e F r i i yc4 U y r she r+ f d P I D tl 4 1111 11 Rail rend Time Table Nt 0 St L B B tKAVMj AB1UVKS mTrleI Local Mdd Porsonalt A friend iu noel U n friend indeed collarAndJoyToq Min IVPV J1v risiiA l in Ju1 tan tMb wtI I j atUnionFarmers call with your produce M Mll SHAWS Big Store Semen at tho Christian Church Sunday by Eld A S Dabney Mr Ed Slum of Oxcoola Ark spent several days lu town thU week Mm Auna Dodds of Ularisdalc Jura U visiting relatives lu Hickman Tho Embroidery Club will meet with Mrs T T Swayne tomorrow eve LoulnUlcOlnclunatUgoods Chan Brice and Walker Eulof at loruoys of Troy Tenn kayo decided to locate ID Fulton Mr and MM Harry Sanders and Mlu Gage Clark are lIlting Mrs Ma Adam thU week Rev J N Hall of Fulton has been engaged to preach once a month at tho Wlckliffe Baptist church P9Utlont Fletchaui Hickman county Capt Brown of Moscow took hli wife to Nashville Satnnlay for treat ment for derangement of mind Miscue Minnie Frott of New Mon mouth New Jersey and Tula Emerson or Columbus Ky are rUnts of Ahu 11 art0 Brcrard Soma Beautiful Patterns We have COO bolt wall paper left from laityar which we are selling at leas than coat Wiuoxs Boot BTOKR Mn Lou Harper ha entered into buslutoa relatloni at Fulton iu tho mil finery department aid will move thereabout March lit Mecsra Charlie Prather Tom Flack and R Davis of Woodland Mills at tended the dance at the Laclede Tues day night Muses Nannie Thomas Olivia Car punter and Mary Carpenter of Wood DyerburgJ P K Young of St Louis tray lUng agrnt ot tho New Homo Sewing Machine wan lu tho city thU week visiting his ucpbiew Wm II Young Mr T D Cur representing the American Typo Founders Co of St IxmU wan in tho city Saturday andl tfct Sunday Ho u ono of tine olovermt wen troii pio rand Mr J W Ilozell a Isbenuau whoI lived about thn mouths of Olden dlod on tho 16th of pneumonia fib IOUI Edoged about 80 prvccdcd him fin death on the previous Tuesday Mr Robe Cobb a well known farmer and clever citizen died Thursday morning of last week on his farm several miles above Hickman He leaves a family to mourn lib low Tho ladle of tho Episcopal Church thank the proprietors of the City Bakery for tho use of their room and tho kindly substantial assistance rendered them on the occasion of their oyster upper The Cairo Bulletin says that three of the best lawyers in Missouri have been secured to aid in the prosecution DeMontomrteffort to secure justice Mr D B Bryant has accepted the posltloa at the Palace Motel MrBryant Ifa au old and em clout hotel man and hoe many friend among the traveling men M well UltyOomCuritr cIf you want Style Fit and especially Quality iu r MISSES AND OHILDRENS SHOES It will pay you to see our lines MICE NAYLOR r Cuh Shoo Store r Mr and Mrs Henry Cowglll ente- tamed a number of their friend at the beautiful homo Friday night last Ono ot tho interesting features was tbe dif ferent definitions of the one centeac invited guest bringing a copper cen and each expected to give as many del iulttons us tho mind could suggest We learn that 20 entirely different deflniI appUCAblllty t and pleasure Miss Mary Anderson Geo Helm tho boobteRefresbmenta rare and taste aol were aerv- edSupply your wants at Buchanans Closing Sale A Rood lady of Hickman highly cstoomcd by us writes a rather causticI noto criticising the Courier for not load lint in Home enterprise ttt build up Hickmuu ciilllug m and tho lucre old logic The Courier peoId IKJ glad to aid encourage nud promo guy movement or enterprise for the tIm provement of the town and community + but tho Courier does not aspire to at degree of leadership We havent mo ey enough to load in business nor tho stylo to lead iu society nor courage to lead lu war uor ability to lead in state craft and too much conscience to lead in politics and too old to lead In love affairs and therefore should not be ranked a a leader It howe err in aU courtesy and affection this toadI ladyjj would linvest some of her own money i at home it might bear good fruit herself and the community fOtlI I a THE HOLINESS MEETING The Experience of a Good Lady Thu SanctlflcatiouLsts or holiness pea pin on they are HOiuctiinoa called are building a cunxiderabln following iu nink man and the surrounding neigh borhood They will soon commence trio erection of a house of worship of their own iu Jlast Htckman i The fol owing b an nccnrnte report of the ex perience of one of the members n wor thy lady who lion received the second L1rltnl III will wrlJp my rYJMrirurpx 10 IJrl of it for rosin day rtfltlJ1I to lerursl mor light and now experience pintao tho JJOnl I do prnlso tho Lord for free nnd full salvation I won Roundly converted Augnxt 20 1879 I Joined the M E Church ontli I won told to grow iu tho grace nnd in tho knowledge of our Lord Jfsng Christ and wLilted to do so hut I soon found on Impediment in my soul touch a growth J out what it was 1 did I mybesettingget fretted and sometimes would ray harsh things after which I would have n desperate struggle There seemed to be two spirits in tny heart continually togj i Rain mastery The good spirit nl ways got the victory over the bad one but only attar such awful conflicts I I talked with many different persons about my spiritual conflicts and they all said we all sin mid come short of thn thetbest 1 could while I lived and when II Dome to die God would give mo dying race and that was all titers was it aboutII lint fifteen years ago Dr W B 000I bey held a meeting liege In Hickman and preached Sanctification or a see and work of grace wrought by tbe Ho i Ilv Ghost iu the hearts of the justified I was converted 1 saw at once thatIthat was Juit what needed but I not get the blessing Dr Godbey went away prejudice ran high I got no en j conragement I struggled on some times very near the blening then my I faith would waver There were no Holmes meetings hero until this winter Brothers Hall and ODonnell have been holding Holi j ness meetings here I went to hear j JlnUIIJ9tni I dllY1andnever to come away without the blessing I j had wept and prayed all tho night be fore and had made A toll consecration I I knew it was the will of God oven my nanctiflcation I saw it was in the rent plan of redemption 1 realized it uuhI i e unto me according to my fRlthjI j tryInRl flow my IIDe refused to frame a word of prayir my prayers then were too deep for words my soul was lifted upI to God iu IU lost and awful struggle myheutI ilia was over Glory to God forever1 grnelsoul Hallelujah forever Glory to Jo SAucUfitrjU1YLord oh my soul I dud not know there was so much peace and joy this side of Heaven 1 am so happy Hallelujah 1 1 have fallen under tho mighty pow er ot God several timers In tho last four weeks and have had five very distinct j and mat wonderful visions I have been permitted to go in sight and bear i crI11otl I l riogInileuM Its glories no one can describeI I heard music both vocal and lustra mental such mnsio this world baa neT er heard 1 hew thorn shout Glory ht11elujlhfornerI I I to music everything was in perfect har moor Now 1 feel that the things God life revealed to me is so very sacred I could not speak or write of them but for the glory of God and tho salvation of pre cious souls but I am willing to write or talk or do anything for my blessed Sonata Probe lib holy same forever butanow glory to cannot keep long at a time I cannot help telling UlorytoI See Buchanans Cost Prices on Shoes and Hats painitHtapletonHermlno years1tber but Pain Balm U the best medl cine I have got hold of One applies byUowglllM Shaw State Line Druggists AutlfleplIcHImve Tho Trio Barber Shop is tho place to get au antiseptic face wash ThU prep oration after shaving renders antUop tlo tho face prevents infection o A L HOOKING Mrs Mary Milner Dead Tho sad intelligence WAS received in I Hloknmu yesterday morning of tho I death of MM Mary Milner tho daugh tor of Dr F MI Usher of Fulton Slut j accomplishto l j oci by graces oulr miirrlwl year or so since the idol ij of it devoted father mother and young f oftti friends are grief over of J fltctlou Working Night aid Day I The busiest and mightiest little thing I that ever was made Is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These PUb change weak Uesl Into strength ILntlcssncsM into en jt orgy brain fag into mental power They wonderful in building np the health IIU 2Go per box Sold by all druggists t J I f I I I I I I I Ne- wSpring Goods WHITE GOODS DIMITIES IXDTA Jtl FN JIINSB 1A WX Bra Embroideriesres and H Laces Percales Ginghams 3 ant4 Ducks JUST RECEIVED AT Baltzer Dodds Some Sell Ch- eapSHAW SELLS CHEAPEST 3Spring Gods HAVE COME and are still coming consequently the stock unsalable in Summer which we have neither wish nor room to hold over MUST BE SOLD f 1 COME SEE US and when you leave another will be added i to our long list of referencef I I I I M B SHAW I F tHRIED BACONJOXKfi 8JLNDER8BALLOW This afternoon at 1 oclock a double wedding was solemnized in the parlors of the Palace Hotel between Mr L H Bacon aad Mien Annie Jones and Harry W Saaaders and Miss Rosie Ballow I Kev J R Williams of Hornbeak of ficiating in hU usually happy and im preserve manner The contracting parties ore some ofr the best people of near State Line Ky I and have a host of friends in that vi cinity who will join us in congratula lions and best wishes for a very happy married life The following young couples accom OltyAlbert Maddox JI Lou Wheeler and Miss Ida Ballow Our tis Henry and Miss Ogle Lect Edwin Motley and Miss Annie Roper Johnl Roper and Miss Bessie Maddox Hugh Saunders and Miss Emma Ballow Rice Ballow and MLu Lottie Graves and al so Mrs Marshall McDaniel and Mrs Marshall Rice Union City Commer clalOourier 16th ins- tBrajnMorrig Mr W M Brags and Miss Nora Mor ris of Oakton Kywere united in the holy bonds of wedlock at noon eater day at tho residence of Dr F M Tre vathan Esq R Polk officiating younlKentuckianwho congratulated thorn upon their re turn home Union City Com Courfer THERE u no trotter medicine tor the babies than Chamberlains Cough Rem promptiwith mother and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds seriousjhas been used in tens of thousands o cues without a failure so tar as 1t have been able to loam It not only cures croup but when given as soon as tho croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases ot whooping cong it liquifies the tough mucus making f easier to expectorate and lessons tho paroxtyarns t disease of alldangorout consequences For sale by CuWRlll Oowgtll Hick sad d M Shaw State Llno Draggutaa I P I 1 Free Slivers Chance The vote by which the Senate Financial Bill WI paused In thatt be dv48 to 29 settles clearly the adoption of lame similar measure BE the result of conference be tWesD tbe two branches of Oon irss and tbe vote by which theI liver amendment was defeated 47 to28 proves that with even a free Infer President elected in Nov no free silver bill could reach him during his term A Night ot Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the wid ow of the bravo General Burnbam of Machias Me when the doctors said she morningattended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery wqich had more than once saved her iiiand 1Afterther use entirely cured her II This mar veUous medicine b guaranteed to cure DiseasesQa I aU rug stores fellable I WANTED man for Manager of Branch F0ogd Smpaper writing A T MORRIS Cincinnati 0 Illaitrated Catalogue 4 ate postage STRAY VOW WlllIamsr CountyKtlBtoekyOao l roanfspotodhalfcrop and split itt left ear weight between 800 and 900 pounds smooth crumpled tlhamtJLthis February 18 1900 H M XSAHBY J F C O A copy attest S D Luteu Olk O Ramage D O 1011- II w Eueagk of jron ealsBI G A Elliott and wife who were converted to the Mormon faith last spring and left Falton for Utah now write for money to come baok here They are dls gusted most heartily with tbe mil erable farce Into which they bad been inveigled by some smooth tongued Mormon elders although aPwife and refuses to wed any more Tbe Mormon authorities tent them 8200 to pav their niponaoa ont there Imt will riot help them to get Jack to Foltou Hence their appeal here Falton Leader Two Prtieaeri Overpower Jailer ef- HICfeHttB CeilHtj On Thursday evening of last week at Clinton two prisoner Frank Grant nnder aentenoe to andEdattempted to overpower Jailer Theybadworklogarmbreakingshot in tbe neck None of tbe prisoners escaped While both theywill beInghis plucky fight The Star Shoe1 Highest Grades for Misses and Children f GKANT KITERS r Tire Faraaces There Wave ea field to New Y rk Capitalists The Grand Bivtrt firaMM and the property biloBgtaf to the eon pany has been sold t0 a New York ayndiMta The deed to the property has already been Jlodged for record in the oointy clerk 4iee at Smttbland in Livingatea spas ty There are two 100000 far batldtugbesideriron ore land included in the big dealTbe 1 Iron ore lands lie ia Lyon and Livingston ooantlM It ia underatood that the parekaaerB propose to hurt a steel and rati one other iron plants te beeper baaInouePaducah Twe Tickets ITbere are two prttltia 1 tlal tickets already la tIe ttld One ticket Wkartan adDnelly representing a pajpaliat flaV lion has beea fer asoatki Iia svl deuce The other was ael lies sd last week by the socialist Later party at its national eoavfatioa in Rochester Job Harris tLoa Angeloa for President liax pIliIdeatNaebvllleI r PAY THE PRICE OF THEiI35KROSSETT HOE86O And be sure of THE BEST The mat who wants the highest degree et eoafert and the most service will tad it ia CROSSETT SHOES I GODMAN SCHOOL SHOESa- re the best for service Thew are High Grades at Low Prices TOREBIDE fluI S200000IN CASH AND VALUABLE GIFTS OITlQD Te Sabicrlbens of Tile HcmlWeritCy rileearisn 100 GETS 50000 CAlL Try It Yea May list It No Use has a litter Chaste that TM G I CttwalcbI a u cad 2 l I 1 Bt11iMTheI 111TnN9eml 14eetty American the greaiMi 8emi Weekly News Faally std levee epee 1 the Soutb 101 numbers a yeir lew tbsa a cent a copy oftrs tt ta satttfiWr IrM sending la the correct or nearest correct guoM rsmlttiof 1 fer twtlft satata1 Ifl AtaetloeatIN CAMII 1 JMMThird715FourthsearUjidrop ffFifthMtSixthMfietenthitEighthNinth correct or uncut correct guess received Dixie Pta Huller iNTenth correct or nearett correct eases received good corn jkeller INTo the 11111009uborlben who seed la twelve tooth uhalplla ad luell whether cfrroo or nol will recI8ODlpllt Hletor I 1l- assotAterleau I War Hunanlty a book a4 one should M witeat nleely llluetrated and Interring chiaplt81 ucla ION g TQrAILww M M 1 Qleiti Conum clo u March 1 1900 No tuu111 be received bearing psreerh later than March 1 1900 All award will be pall Imneelattly after eloilag tf ttatett pattiesto nlda pinssadt it he piJ raaof prize We give the name and addrtes of a few ef lktskathave received awards Wellington Edwardi TurnersvillttTtaa tM etCksCop Spartn Tenn 40- 0BIG Vs AGENTS OFFERStDil poelsl for Agent tertae If you watt to act as ag al AUI1l tHS siaM Vt- scoomiianied by ttOU for twelve moaths subscription Address w THE AMERICAN NashvilU IeuD L 1M 1 Jqr rTI I 2 I 2 1 L I L si1 i I r LIVING r IN CHRIST e I I r r I I IDrTalmage Spetk o the Beficfit- of S a Religious Jjcistence IB p 5 rd + r= t 1 Uow IU MakotKrf bcTOtecs ilappler PractlcalJcJlKlontlie PrlcnU oftJerdR Life 1 t tCopyiflghTi90d by Louis ktopschV ftfwiI j This sermon of Dr Talmage pre cents a gospel for this Ufo as roll as the ncpct and shows what religionl q for the prolongation of earthly exist cniCii text I aim tcLI lri Sill long m vlltsa sfy hlinst Through the mitaluvof lIts friend e t nsociitc1twhbleVuUjVctto niSny PedIsir is odbri ouswltl chlorine njio carbolic acid There are people Who1 cahnob pio flounce the word religion without bearing in it tM tllppins chisel o the tombstone cutter It is high time tlintittlliSithins wer tchanged and that lqlircftntedusj shcftthloarerrtresctlteuf r di a ohHriot i wblclvttbe nving ojceitp triumph I 1 oo far Tom su tzrtlng I fro tat tyorous ulJt I Itio1 ptltC furtt rc t tglcqlct It I Irer the dyes good VTIflu ea flit spleen good for the ftlbn good for the gootoratuy muscles When David in tmblhtfifcpnrt oLthePialms prajs that religion may DO dominant be I doeifbtcak ofit BBn mild nick nos r an InAPcipatJ2n rgn nt t ekTOfornliJ d sp rit113t cram p4 lIe peaks oT it as the saving healti- g of 81 nations while God in the tex projuisus longevity to the pious say in With ung I will I 5atlsy healTh far Ii ttia men and come dle4fo soolt IJ1DIl time tfit Tr It I setII i I Ienc GUtflJttg 1lmprovo ficusJOhvity fStIaJsr lived 030 1Ic uselah JoIved Gpjye3l5 A ate iitho world av Vcspat4 inibistoJj at oae timcin his em 3t Jtars old s fa dotJas the silt nth century Peterf Za tan died ot 19S rca fae I do no y that religion Wll re take th race back to ante ujinri Iongev I Hy but I do say tha lts pngltgbu + tful beg iii1t lmprocedl in Jft26 ho m1JlIie din a houEred yss ot- dNOlil aC c is lieyfpture the to a It rTa years old th and Womcq reach 400 and 50C ThCfaet is thaftfjve are IWo dwarfs and skejc I ton ompfi ptitlit gcn t crattehs tliilre to come vTlikelftic African race They have been under ltJ maachnBCc and they develop a Tdussblut IOu rture And if tho white race sha o brought out from the serf IUjdnpi1tWhsbaUr t only just touched our world Give it full psfwer for a few centuries nnd who can tell what will be the strength mapOandi j Myjleslgn is to show that nrantlcal reli on is tte friend drionlfPvfly I provlylt first from the fact tjiat It makes the care of your health a posi tiveOTiri Ian duty Whether we shall ieIt pr1hndjcsdrmnb1cphether beUrorough or Jicdmpletc mastication ore quest doe rery often referred to the realm E of W ilea tl hglOhrBtii- liftsith I yIi ia pro le orill1b to the ML thfabto dud the tithe m says God has given me biaybodyf 1andhe has called it thetc0ipIe omfca I Holy Ghost and to Deface its altars J r ort4 1 tit gat bl 1t14 Pills f itc g VIe f el ods cal grapby In every pagean SjIylII z I God hDllfgl y- j for noble purposes That arm with l I 32 curious bones wielded by 4G cu rious muscles and all Jinder thp brains telcgranJjS5mPPunws 6fc blood rushing through the heart every I hour tho heart in 24 hours beating 100000 Ums14HrlIlKthF eanip U10 the lungffatfing in 57 logsldiids o a t air and alt this mechanism not more mfg y + c flIiQ call gorily dl- r s turti d ibIDifolI1 l T i iJtan tflaYyto lilmlct If U h1Flnlrr if I hurt my- bran Iftlturt anjr of tiny physical faoultlesJW 1nsultUodnnd call for dlr ritributlont Why did God tell- the4Lesitesrnot to offer to Him iIn i isacrificei animals imperfect and disf easHt tBe4r ant to tell us in all thetas that we are to offer to God ourlt lrV boat physical condition and1 glutt t offerlit2 tp God sucli It sacrifice Why dldgaul write for his flbak at TrojaV1 WhgFfiJuldluch a gr Urmnn8T4uJ be oggpusdbbutu thing iiI fbul affil canjosJ an overcoat It was because he knew tjiaj with pneujnqnial aqd qrhhnlf freett An intelligent man tonslderitnn nbsurdity to kneel down at nlj ht nnjTpfny and ask Gods pro tectlinw rile at the same time he kept the ylmiojjs of hila bedroom tight shut ngafnU sehair Ife would just as i soonjjbin of going to the top of his rl1ouloondJeaplng off and then pray ngttoGpd ftfkeop him from getting jl laurtsttJukft n8 Ionp as yourefer tills whole subject of physical health to the realmi0J whimsicality or to the poslryi o kPf to tilt butcher or to x the oalrtr or to flit apothecary or to J s the clothier you are not acting like Id 111 alt iv IoJ 4 tl yoar- r i phy cal forcesnervous muscular I L 1 1 bone brain cellular tissue for all yon judgmentSmelting into fidcts burning out the coatingof your stomach with wino logvrooded and strycbnlncd walking with thin shoes to make your feet look delicate pinched at tbe waist until you Bro nigh cut In two and neither part worth anything groaning about sick headache and palpitation of the heart which you think camo from Clod when they came from jour own folly What right has any man or woman to deface tho tcinplo of thQ Holy Ghost What is1 the car Why it is tho whispering gallery of the human oheservatory God constructed its tele scope sweeping the heavens So won derful are these bodies that God names Ills own attributes utter dif fcrcnt parts of them Ills omniscience It is Gods eye His omnipresence it is Gods car 1IU omnipotenceIt- Is Clods arm The upholstery of the midnight h nensit IIs the work of Gods fingers Ilia lifegiving power = fIt is the breath of thd Almighty Ills domintgn + the government shall be upon his ahouldor A body so divine Ily honored and so divinelyI constructed 1Ict us be ourcful not to titian It When it bQeorm a GlirUtian duty 1to take care of your iealth is not the whole tendency toward longevity If9 l I tf It13 catchclout wind drop it on tlic pavement and Iit- o up any tfino of day or night 1 her pen to thlrilc of Itand bftNt i 16t it run down while you are careful wlth your itsup just at the same hour uvtiry nlrhU and put it in a place vrbOrw It will BQt suiTor fronilhe violent change of ntmosphlJre which watch will last the dpngurJjiCojiimon W iJBoa SPi NSwrthyinnRaiTbofli Ifi GJiim Iluh theltbeating of the heart is the tlqkljig of thgRyatfih Oh be careful amiildo not I t run downl 4 wouldrj ice been dead 25 1arrogo for ivfici defenses and the equipoise of re ligion You have no m re nntnl1 resistance than hundredstittho fliJn the cemeteries t day tln byI their own vices The fypde thTir caseas kind anddoi1t1 it I1S congear ellefI over n I Right of tho delirious patientl owedj what was the matter witfiMifmJ j the aged Christian man walked along by that unhappy one until you come to the golden pillar of the Christian life You went to the right Lu went to the left That is all the dlfforence between you Oh If this religion is n protest against alt forms of dissipation l then iUs an illustrious irlcudNoi long long life JfUYl Ist dJOEith iS had a supernatural neighbor who came in and said Sir i I Jfl t ttyrbh to cnll nsxma In every ez1 gGnrtt I am your fast friend I could fairiAclc on 20000000 I can f rev scoopanio ton yearn hold the con trolIlnpVlock ln30 otthe best moro r tart institutions of this country whenever you are In any trouble call on me and I will help you you can I have my money and you can have my IInfjnencc hrrqJ8 1IJJtr pledge L of ft Ilow tMI rb1l1t1 Tt worry I il saysIll I depend 6m iny friends generosity for the restV Now more than that is promised toJJ otery v1rUan business man il yliitb hinr Iowa Now York and London anU St Petersburg and Poking and Australia and California arc mine IcnsJIsf o aplcn 91SD d ycanWJD attI1J t jources pf tJieSnjyjjap antLljm your fast frlendherryon gtfiir business tronblairt nAy other trouble callilb rTm one PW 1l help you here is1 my hand in pledge of omnipotent fdolltI ltln much shoulgt thoU a t4 trocyIota much Wliaflton will dare to put his paw on that Dan IsillOh you say here Is a man who asked God for a blessing in a certain tfntcrprisootand 1te Jot i5XM in It KxpfalriHhatS ij vHft ender Is ifactory and one wheel is going north and the other wheel is going south antirthetgo manufacturer and I say 0 manu facJurtr your machinery In ocontra theyiyilI make them to go in opposite direc tions on purpose and they produce the rlghftreinlf You go downstairs tend examine tile rarpets we are turn Tng out In thlscstabllshm nt and you will die I go down on th2 other floor and I sec the CI1rpetl oBIeam Obliged to confess that though the wheels in that factory go in opposite directions they turn out a beautiful standingtherelookdhj crfttut passage comes Into my pimd All things work together for good to them who love God Is there pot rest in that Is there not tonic jn that Is there not longevity in that Suppose A111Dn is all thotime worried qbout his reputation One man saysTie reel another says he is stupid another dozenprIntingnnd he is in n great state of excitement sleepnutMan God Is on your side He will tnlw care of your reputation If God be with you who can be against you How much should that man worry about his reputation Not much If that broker who some years ago in Wall street after he hnd lost money gattdpwn and wrote n farewell letter to ia wife before he blow his s J1ffrifJs1 JQPiWIIoiLillNJ1tNtet a jIstol be Sew Tcstamehtfttbere 1vwqul4haroJijejijII one less suicide O nervous and fcrcrieh people of the world try this Almighty sedative You will live 2 3 years longer under its soothing power It is not 1 choral that you want or morphine that you want It is the Gospel of JesusI Christ life will I satisfy him P fAgnin Yltb10lg on I a friendl of lopgc In I 1ttmoe e all mrr11ngSre dUou a fu ere ex istchce Every man wants to know whal Is to become of him If you get on boar1 a rail train you want to know at what depot It Is going to stop If youjget on board a ship you want to know into what harbor it is going to- rmbnd if you should tell me you hove no fiilcrest in what is to be your future destiny I would in as polite n way us 1 knob tell you I did not believe you Before I ihad this matter settled with reference to my future existence tlS question almost worried mo into ruined health The anxieties men have upon l thie subject put together would muko a martyrdom This is n state of awfult unhcolthincss rjTherc are people who ire themselves Ho death for fear of dyI fioitihtet thewant strain off your ntValld the depression oft your soul U1Uif make two or three experiments Ksgerlmrnt the first When ougoou- ofWJIIL world It loei no inakc jyiy 3lf ferejice wJirthen bu linn bcVnjgpod or in rfi t nMI r wheflter toa 1l fvt4 truUrO ilorJItglonteachoalbayit rl8J d tIj1J cannot liv Ut om1rnhom11 gaj as the trre falletb so it must lie anduI cannot l tiostpone to on interned attOWfltt iRet refmati8t which ongTr Jo Hnc br 1 n thin itfktteThere i nolfuX dies that ic mXiiUlcnt him Do not worry about to do In a future state of ueing yrs will not do anything Im posjfble you sdy UTiere1 ft hpraeJ UhiB ythut tells me that death IlnM the fiplSmdlx but the preface there lIs samething that tells me that on thU Id of the grave I onlyI get started and powerWo915UfTelillpr JJ you defca molnaaythfStX lpt r rtlrnta I have only one moro to U1aJli andsu defeat me In that Tarn IxlU1usttd 5v TfIghty one on a knoll dol JHIIIIttn one day the skies therthdfunked ills pale and agonized face to warjtha lleovenk and said MI take tbc sine and sorrows of the njjqa Intojny own heart I amtlfe ScpIatlOn Wit ncsHarlh and Heaven and hell I am dh platen And the hammer atr Him and the spars punctured him and He ran thundered 11 Tvajrct of sin Iis deAthl The soul tba nicer i1t it shall diet I will by n me M clear the guilty Then ther WanSlienee for half an hour and for UghTnings were drawn back Into tbr seafJbard of the sky and the earlhI ltaqhto quiver and all the colors of the sky began to shift themselves into s Thlntipw woven QJlof th VtJ0f Jc us enl tjierfcyvas 4s off ti blo heddinpr mwjhere vfuMilut as0f tl1li uising nlrlHert waf green as of thnvtr nl foliage and there was or ae h JaJl Ind j pU- I n tjj o w he onII IjwturbTDfsrd for their inlqultlef al d of the red I saw the rvyruB Thestoat of Jesus Christ gj an oth front nil pin And along the Tlrieh If the green I IDyth word Tb TeaVeV6f the trld of life1 for the heallnp of tltendtlona lad along the line ot the ornngtsj saw the words The day spring front pu high hath visited us And thr n I saw the storm was over tdnd the cjlnbow rose higher and higher untils it Teemed rctveatlpg to another Heaven arid planting one column of Hi colors oil one side the eternal Mil as planting the other column of Its colon on the olherelde the eternal Mil it row upward and upward andlxihotdi there r was n rainbow about thothronc Accept that aaotifice nnd quit worry Ing Take tno tonie the inspiration the longevity of this truth Ilollglot is sunshine that Is health Religion fresh air and pure water they MI healthy Uellglon tIs warmth that i ijhealthy Ask all the doctors and they will tell you that a quiet conscience and pleasant anticipations are hygienic I offer you perfect peace now and here I afterWhat do you want In the future world 1 Toll me pod you shall have it Orchards There are the trees with li manner of fruits yielding fruit every month Wnter scenery There Is the Ih4throneorGodf glass mingled with fire Do you want music There art the oratorio of ttt Creation led on by Adam and tkr oratorio of the Red Sent led on bj a tloses and the oratorio n f tthe Messiah led on bJ St Paul while the archangel witU win iiigbaton controls flu Jt4t OtcIJltr9Dohere Irfyour dead children waiting to kiss yw waiting to embrace you waiting to1 twlKt for qnds in your hair You harp born nrcUKfpmed to open the door on this tide the epulpttrrI open the dour eCpulaherYoit tnthotilegrnveigrinThai0010ngrOpCJl t let down your deed let tbllnIJ t rodforItm mnltuyoullilongi iT W111l1Jong FEMININE FRILLS 5tcs on the Knulilnnn In Seasonable CoMuincK LOIR Skirt anti Conlii uptodnte lace sleeves may have cl btlw protectors Ahoy may not be In code for drat Im hey wjll serve the IUrpoleJ lllh C o h fontl n 10nR s lleHI of ae n 1Jlt ro dt tjieftlotl set In Rt Wrjstmu 1I10lloer and another broad nt the outside seam with points on either edge the piece growing nnr rawer iiieldo tho arm It may not be tto hide ualrttrp elbow but It might bej Long skirts in the street longer skirts In the house and It pleaaes every cue but the woman of economical ruled There Is n 1wtttJP tpa tmnpf ejctrn It iigth which gives n pleasant semmtlau to a wommi of presence herukhttutl ITlleirceaulskerthe long Jiklrt It shows up the mnto t l tnke1nloreI nutllllluat revs sad merchants Dutt that IU not to agreefbl to the wwnan 10SItrainthing than n shorter one for It has a pertain dignity of lU lava In a neb tnntrrial and is apt to lose by Mact rimmrdIThe I 1lFIt1Ii rl9utr1 head fIIlJl In YIMf1J ij IIQItDtiW Ifaterial it to be handsomest when falllmj In II1jiMIfaI ljuh JiJUlJW itrtn1IIii nl uyt ref btac H vt lvrt over nhnndiome gown a a t u A velvets velvets with 1tMtiey of 11anlt or tjlrnillnjr fr te bcttn UWsop end Itonw F afl t9eme to be mttliallslhlthlanmI i fhlobahlI jtestowelcome t hen U oojnes to theforffftnlI tN lonsljy Fultoaa ace non Jsah l t1lgfJllrfuI tor the season has been mild and all IMS fakio warm weather it iI ins k l1Jalpltffa hoe then oiher fun A bon van ht slipped down frost the nock with a slight moxrmmt If the harM wherriMla rrHtmlnt other furs one lugs the appearance of settling own for a lfi stay are ciao C ftuijrotft tk1l1l1l1dwnI gh 4 rtwomn rII i r= Trill MODISH MATRIMONY n Thr rnchlnnatilr Itrlilra will an- dVrlhere Pitrnitutunt IOn nor J WeUdliitr Darr w AH the Gi1lally of a wedUittfi are as IltIIiirle AIiflfaMilymrd rn ies OortT dcvorauiMM every tbinp The bridegrooms Ant privilege Is to iw y tie clergymens ftIt IIn the brides prerVRsUvc te WUBM the vtcddlnjr day I Tbfa li1onftblt liewr for the otre monrlt high 1I00DoICEjfFGb olurgylaan and all the deH title of the wedding are left to the holoe of the bride It Sal the present fashion to have four six or eight bridestualds aa many tisM enfa maid of Ih or a peat man and tpnwtlnt oar t rte IhethTrude dtw rat ownc of b4b- 1tdttlna tsha I b4 1 The bride always wears the bridet ifOO rtgibe I r tr era herrrll o enbe l1cPl so arranged thnt immediately after the ceremony the nmli Ilfiopo1mmay start It disposing ollt ItveomiEjrlyI Fashion now illetijUo white suede 8tOVOL The left one tts removed when the ring Ifc gtVrtt Ircucnta are tent at any time after U Is known that tho date has been Axed fbr the ttrodding abut the reeelpt of the Inritaticmi la thogunerai ol for thor olTuriiig It Is n recent million to invite those who have sent presents to topic and re them on some day shortly before the weddliiRlf they nrvttotln bp displayed nt tM reception A widow bride wear pearl gray or some light silk qr a traveling costume with bonnet She removes bar former wedding ring She may no more wear both rings than she muy bear both names Mm Ilnrtoh Klngaland In La silos Home Journal licking t1pr with Children The secret of gtlrig slang with children IIs to apply to them the ordl jury rules of social life Tho parent who romps with his children and n atilt minutes whips ono of them for not addressing him as sir nerd not bo surprised if his Children avoid his society One of the cotnmonest laws of social decency Is to not quote Titln to a person who It knovvn never to have studied the daisies 1reclnely the sumo discourtesy Is committed If we use words of runny syllables In con versing with children but we commit ntlll greater discourtesy In either cdo by assuming with pnnlr of patronage that the unclasolcal adult or tho child his no Idea in common with our superior selves The child of nerd the man or woman of 50 era surprisingly alike In their Interests nnd they may converse with mutual advantage upon an endless variety of Hibjccte Dr A L Itanodlct in Worn tins Home Companion To tttike Itnlnert Muslims For Y still mufllns scald n pint of tntlkRTid when lukewarm add one com prcssml yenit cake dissolved ball a tedspoonful of salt pad 28 cupfuls of flour JJcot thoroughly and Btqnil slide juitll very light about two hours x Then add tha yolks of two iggs won beaten nnd loll in the well 30otatIi1 Gaol 0 and baku 1lh tr9rt q1 DlJj1Ir- lnTiI 1 item pans Ladles Homo ournal NICE OLD QUAKER LADY Cured ofCatarrh ByPcruna c After20Yearse SufferingIJr 9 MRS POFiLY EVt S A LIFIMOSQ F1UKND OP lEUC5A- K My wife Polly J jFwas says she feels entirety curdor systemic galxrrh of twenty years standing She took nearly six boitles of thy excellent medicine Perunt as directed and qvc fut very thankful to the for thy kindness and advice She didnot expect to be so well as she Is mow Twelve years ago It cured her of la grippe I want to tell thee there has beer a great deal of Penina used here last winter Perana does toanyoneAs ever thy friend John Evans South Wabash lad When catarrh has reached the ollronle ag of eoursolt JICUI gone b yflnd the- rraoltofallbeat romndiM Nothing but ksysUimleramotlycanntaaiiit IVruna la tho only yet dens l W moot seal OAMMk Ptsrnaa wnulloRttMi catarrh quietlybutaurulyn rogidar NIWI1MwmUiMNNNittmHNvVNiiiMuNlmmfNNiwM =A GOOORECOROI1900 t t4lcCullougha have been sold their merits for Gs yeml give grow We do 3 e not make nilurin ft propo Riots of IOmlthlne for Ii We do II the Plower Vegetable and Farm not E 1 JtJUblshc4 184S Palmers The Great BEAUTIFIER and For Pimples Eczema Sore Eyelids and ell of Skin and Membranes that reached outward application Soap sod utatJ la catlse all At only W S3 rorth4 toSGcompare with other makes IlxlnrMxl lir over wcnrers LOoaIuItlnptd oo bottom Take DO lobttliolo tit good Yoir duUr iboold keep ll1t1Il- Ot n will send t pelt receipt o pric end eye ettn lot canp Stile Itlll ILu h your umnts be dl iat = 3 OHitHul Amttruri I aio sls tirt 3rd u 4th 2 Tetter the Mucous byxn PrrrcaU eUctloof L I I v to 11 J m l 1 e nn i I I CU Cold t eec wHkMit faU It Smell doles quick sore results nr WIIIIm tndtan rile xjdt will na11II1IdI 114 JIOIIN IIln IiI tcyha Ute fumon alleys Ute itch I once s a tod Ilcblnj of = baril Atdrrlon receipt of prlra 4O Oanli aa MVO CO V top CLKVIkAMO OHIO I rwith KRAUSERS LIQUID SMOKE Mad kirn blekorr clttoer cud artr than the old t Htod too cuau + 1 MRAVSCn i NUO Mal is II bUdoll ttowwti- if I t cu Sow r can a 1f fliP agooav 1tol tIris i W I I rr mtlmbrnu of the whole bo It 210- dfeat funettonl Bruno ro of Dr books ge Carr Mot to any addrea toy TJte p0 rang Medicine ComINlI1 Oolmabua- Ohl i r Sccds on They nothing brat Seeds itt f cUlraol youil ppontod results a1900 Slid CaWegre s4 3 J SONS KT NayL cnrcnnfATT 01110 Diseases can be Lotion wen Dinrtlitt 35O SHOES SUlffiJi 1000000 vfixrr itaaIConquersGrsv PILES seta wlistIslaorbeS mill WILUAMd 31stmolidluefewhoar EXTRACThOF Swishe war banI will Ito llartauanafree an 183B satisfactionthey tiltOull- eseetfraalertechesikreteandaenaentUapaper nicDULLOUQHS iaYJYLotion Skin Gurer DOUCLAS UrippHoirtenr ContamfrtlonMothtnpralftIL SIEDIua LIMBS 0andyonootthobt VoeallstIebllo tot4toANTe whyIo nwllunn rt tbe M- etgNYts WbrL-nla Torn attn wwipus t IItLTZlit Mol w INw rrM Nr two INIInIM anti nitirr nrAnngrs- sM3la5teY wMrr- 1Air as A Tor- arw s5 pre 1t M I- 5iIYr I Nil ra rwar IM II l- aarwfereruea mtnrcoI II- pwtHtlNlA Awrs eat aws- 1w essS It- TUr I111LlOY DOLL- AirpIIIitwtJe le airwbtLt elm II rMenets 1GKIaN wwW slantLr4 a- sIMso Yti Rwu1y utIssuoswrulry urr a tbls 1Nt1 w mill t ae-e e w pie rrw 51Jtsql Y i4YCO- lAII CROSSE WIS l DONT SOW WHEAT or band Weather ou have one or one bundrelsna 14 nw you eo do 11 In one Iblbydsof UM HID with two ofIIlulnCAHOON SEED SOWER oatlucawbeallleo and TrT other klad ITeo14 to 8 Acres an HGlrrl and does It bettor than It ntfulelpanAl rrour nouolUIlC IIof ilfarcu dealer UOOUKIU CO Anlttm N 11 L52YARVSYlMNNVMIYIiYY1N r NA Send your name and address on a S postal and we will send you our i56g page Illustrated catalogue free i WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO 180 Winchester Avinui New ll enConfiSt Ls s 0- r A t t tt- tt ET i itiff 4 SOME TARIFF EVILS How Protection Tnke Care of Com bination AVhlch Crash Out Competition UI W Henry Looinls lion of New Kochelle N Y who has achieved sonic diHtinotlon ni a writer on political economy now publishes n vigorous away on the rile and growth of pro trcled interests which have become trusts that defy both stale and econom ic laws and run riot with products and prices Ho shows both by general nr Mimont and in specific oases what W Bourke Coclirnn declared in n wide ly published Interview on January 27 that the tariff if not exactly the mother of trusts is to a large extent tluir nurse Mr Nelson says that the protective system Is for iirtvnte gain It Iit n KO clrilinnj whoso beneflctariofi form a 1- 01fHdJ epos When protection Is no liijMT iiroJItablo It will be abnndaned bra not before with the consent of the i r nested lilt permitted touontlnue to be the e OHontl policy of this coils In its bn ftetariet will In the fulnre r up Urvr profits than they have ever fruiiiid before Tbey will do this through romblnatloHS which will crush out sit romp ttlou The tariff pro tents th m from foreign competition she pniublaiitloB will protect them from ilomestke eonpetltfoii The exutn 1 gives stow the greatest tyranny that the protective system has yet set up Its profits are OMltOH TIle pta trrtrd trusts produce so cheaply because of combination that they can sell abroad at comparatively low but profit liMp prices but they draw the blood rarrtflee to greed front the Amerltan cnrnmeraRluee Mr Xetaon declares congress lad sot legislated on the tariff It has simply afiirmcd or ratlflrd the elecres of the benefleUrle of the tariff Gradually and not very slowly these Interests hut allied themselves more and more closely and have be come sore sad more nrrogant diets trial and overbearing until today they are not only soUdlr united against the common laterosU but they are becom Irg highhanded In their methods of running our government as IIs shown by their bold attempt IIn the Manna r vne ship subsidy bUl to legislate money dlreatiy out of the pockets of the- FHpie sad isle their own pockets Mr TWIaoa shows that the protected later est have beet false to every claim or l roiuUe under cover of which they ob tamed protection First Tkeyasksd for protection dur Ire ItiVaney onlyj but as they grew olVr vj stronger they have demanded art have received more and more pro ttrliOptreondChoy promised to give the I farmer n home market They have got ten tUHrcAvg home market but Many n farness It h fnrawny from litfrlsflirWet B nn MI to shown bj the ineroMotl amuvt of term products whichl each yrsr must Sod a market abroad Third They promised lower prlCt- IlltI JoG far have as n vale given lower prices rgily to foreigner sad have Murked up prices at horns to the tariff limit The whole system lies been n de lesion and cuds IIN the device of the rriteoled Interests to prevent tN peo I from getting the benefit of cheaper methods of production As Mr Nelson says there IIs n reedy method of re llrffrBRt the btrdese Imposed by these teeth trysts Why does not congress npply this ready method Albany Argus HANNAS DANGER An Ohlonni iMnln Tnlk to the Pre Itlent Sound Hnmevrliat- SlKnincnnC Thor are evidences In plenty that lion Harry Dattgherty of Ohio made n very plain talk to Mr McKlnley at the while house the other day nnd that ho Miccrotlml in frightening the president Into supporting him In his rare for tlelegntcntlargM to tho Ihll ntlrlphla convention Not vithstanul ing tho fut that Senator Hnnnn with Intnl acclaim declared recently that 1m would not make n contest for delegate ntlnryr because of his desire to pro ficrro harmony In the organisation by permlttluir both Orosrcnor end Dick to ntt ixl the convention an tiro of Ohios big four It ila now said that tin wily stark has cliaiiged his ntlul nnd cletrrmlncd to cntor tho race At least this It Iis said was lute determination until Mr Daugherty cnme to Waahlnv ton and irot the ear of the amiable end pea H tovloR Mr McKlnley It la re ported that following elosvly upon tho TUt of Dauirhcrty to the white house limo vvaa seat for and toW by the president that in the Interest of liar mony he must stand aside for IHugh crty In order that the nntlHannn fac lion may have proper representation nt llitlulrlplila It Is believed that the stand of the prwddent will put Senator Ilnnnnti loyally to the most everc tr t to which It has yet been subjected and it is stated that Hanna baa calmly Informed the president that be will conafOut to withdraw from the contest only on condition that Senator Forn her nlip bu not nllowud to go to Ihiilclphln nil lologntontlnrgc Wash Inpton Times What a good silver man MrMc Klntey was GO log Mr Clevelands ad tnfnlitrfltlon nod what n good roW imn he teems to licn w As a matter- of fact Mr Is simply n whether cork KlDIIt life wind blows That he no cop xlpflon on the money question Is np parent to anyone who will read his Irrpivcrtntions then nnd now Then he thought his uttcranpeapopulhn now lit- hillO completely the slave of H nnn end time mosey rust that he flares not call his soul his own Kansas City Times Mr McKlnley hears no voice of approval nt the big anti lrust gath ering Chicago Democrat TURNING TO THE DEMOCRACY Bolter of 1800 Are Correcting Mi take Which Have Come Homo to Them In the campaign of 1800 many demo arntH stubborn in their personal eon Motions bolted the Chloagplatform and aided to cleat William MoKinlcy president That this was a mistake those con scientious but Illadvised mon arc now ready to admit Among those who helped the repub Bean party to Its success was former Char Chamberlain soldier of the union and somewhat of an Independent in politicsIn letter given to the public former char Chamberlain toys The real live Issues so far as can now be Been are imperialism and trusts On both time IMUCB the republican party Is hopelessly wrong Under McKlnleys lend we see our government embarked on n current whleh It carrying us stead fly away from nil our characteristic historical end traditional moorings After discussing the nature of trusts end showing their evils he says Hut In any case whether trusts are or arc not n mere economic growth time evils nnd dangers thud come with them are obvious In either case and under either view the republican p rty It their natural and actual ally ltd sordid spirit Its sordid leadership Its sordid methods all that gives It present power and vitality make it the party of trusts Not one ray of hope only the thick darkness of despair lies in that directionComing from a man of political ex perience who voted for McKlnley these expressions have especial weight slid after showing the venality of the republican party time former governor turns his attention to the question whether the democratic party is more dangerous tuna the republican Apro pos of this he soys To me the answer Is easy The dem ocratic party fis tho party which can alone bo looked to for any real opposi tion to imperialism or to trusts and by opposition to trusts I moon their pre vention If teed be or In any case their proper regulation Mr Bryan I consid er better than lilt party No one ques tics his personal character no one would think of ranktog him below ifr Klnley 1IB ability and I should rank him many degrees above His political integrity his fidelity to the principles he avows I think Is as well assured as that of any politician now In sight I deem It therefore fortunate that Mr Bryan IIs today the undisputed leader of his party Thus It 1Is that the mistakes made by- clllJttIQllng men In lOa are being ocr rMted In 1MO The republicans have felled to give the country good govern moat they bare proved a menage to the right attd liberties of the people and they will be retired from pubflb port tlooft uy the results of the fall elections Chicago Democrat MORE MORTGAGES What MeKlnlry Prosperity II Do luir fur the Inrtucr of lon The farmers of Iowa are pointed to with pride by the republican managers MB fair exponents of McKlnley prosperity nut the records tell a talc of woo tha ovorshadowH oven tho exaggerated talk nf prosperity The Free Press of Mount 1loasant In publishes from the records of two years how time fnrmom of bury county are steadily Increasing their In ilohtodnass Tho 1rco Press docs this to correct tho faluo statements of pros parity It soys While n certain class In our coun try have rapidly accumulated wealth and time list of tho millionaires of the country has Increased within tho last two years thin record shows n steady increase of the indebtedness secured on Henry county farms Hero is tho recordAt end of the last year the butane against the county wasUM C9 Ve commenced aw the recent of the goad year and the bahniM igalnit the county from January 1 98 li shown to be 16SCSW In two years tho mortgage Indelit tdn M of the county has Increased 1413 4S This In the rent wtntc mortgage rec ord and does not include chattel mortgages or private indebtedness This IK time showing wo have boon very careful to have it Impartial anti correct It IK respectfully submitted to all who may be Interested1 i OPINIONS AND POINTERS Time bullet that laid Qoobcl low also killed the republican party in Kentucky Conconl People and 1a triot One year of the Philippines hat cot us 170000000 and we have had mighty little fun for tho moneySt Louis llepubllc Whatever list been done In Ken tucky by the democrats has been done strictly within the bounds of law and all the lawlessness has been on the part of the republicans Mlddletown Argus Illinois democratic editors In sea aloe In Chicago n few days ago unan imously Indorsed Mayor Unrribon for time gubernatorial nomination They also gave Mr Bryan warm support declared In favor of Uao cause of the Boers and resolved against fsponsion anti trustsN Y Post They tell us the tariff lou not protect trusts Take two instances that are familiar ones in this section The borax trust is selling Its product to Americans at Ty cents u pound and to Kuropcamwit 3m cents It IE enabled to do this by a tariff of five cents a pound The steel and wire trusts sell fug barbed wire to American who have kindly provided It with a protec tine tariff for this purpose at 413 n hundred pounds to Canadians tit 325 mid to Europeans at C20 Ilariisburg Patriott r BABU ENGLISH KarveloD Oratorical Effort sal a Pleader In an Indian Court of JtutlceI- Jabu English can seldom have ap peered in a more brilliant light than in the following address of an Indian pleaderMy learned friend with mere wind from n teapot thinks to browbeat me frommy legs But this Is mere gorrllla warfare 1 stand under the shoes of my client nnd only seek to place my bone of contention clearly in your honors eye My learned friend runs amuck upon the sheet anchors of my case Your honor will be pleased enough to observe that my client Is a widow a poor chap with one postmor tem son A widow of this country your honor will be pleased enough to observe is not like n widow of your honors country A widow of this country is not able to cat more than one meal a day or to wcarblean clothes or to look after a man Be my poor client has not such physic or mind as to bo able to assault time lusty complainant Yet she hUll been deprived of some of her moro valuable leatherthe leather of her nose My learned friend has thrown only an argument ad lomlny upon my teeth that my clients witnesses are all her own relations Their relationship is only homeopathic So the misty nrgu ments of my learned friend will not hold water At least they will not hold good water Then my learned friend lies said that there 1is on time side of bis client a respectable witness1 name Ily a pleader and since this witness is Independent so he should be believed But your honor with your honors act experlonce Is pleased enough to ob serve that truthfulness not so plenti ful as blackberries in this country And I am sorry to say through this witness is a man of my own features that there are In my profession black sheep of every complexion and some of them do not always speak Gospel truth Until the witness explains what have become of my clients nose leather he cannot be believed He cannot be al lowed to raise a ensile In the air by bwtlng upon a bush So trusting in that administration of British justice on which the sun never sits I close my cnlcttThe heal Malay OidFuhioned Notloni Men WIll rare a margin from a com fortable income often look with amazement upon the thrlftlexsnoss of time poor This time honored point of view Iis happily illustrated by tho journal of Mr Samuel Breck a gentle man of means and fashion who mado this entry In the year 1S20 Mrs lldischarged a servant girl today for fibbing and mischiefmaking She had boon for nearly three years In my family No sooner was she entitled to receive a few dollars than she squanr dared them in finery bedecking herself In merino shawls chip bonnets and so forth without laying up fif teen dollars though she had received from one dollar nnd a half to one dol lee and a quarter per week Mr Break did not believe in Innovations They have suet a vulgarizing tcn dcncyl Steam said he In many respects interferes with comfort in traveling destroys every salutary dis byitsgentlemanly and safe mode of getting along an n journey Talk of ladles on board a steamboat or In n railroad car There are none To restore her self to her casts let n lady move In select company at tIc miles an hour aid take her meals in comfort at a god inn where she may dine decent IyYouth Companion Flap In Shell Melt one tablespoonful of butter add one tablespoonful of flour stir andcodk a few minutes add one pint of milk ttlr and cook to ai smooth sauce season arlth salt and a pinch of cayene pepper add three cupfuls of finecut cooked fish mind two finecut bardboiled eggs Put this preparation in six or right tableshells sprinkle over each jno n teaspoonful of white bread crumbs and n little melted butter set the shells In n pan and bake light brown n n hot oven Serve on a nupkln rfdc r Monthly TUG MAHIUTH Cincinnati Feb 19 LIVID BTOCKCattJe oomn 3 ell t 4 15 Select butchers 4 TO ft 4 7f- iCALVKSBxtra 7M fl 7 75- 1IOQ8 Helecl ixicken t u y k u M Mixed 5 6 Vi iLight shiperersi60 i5- 6111111Cholee 5 36 p Ii itiAMHS Kxini u Ue 7 ere FLOURgbring Imtont 310 395 QHAlNWhoutNo Z rod 73ya No 3 rod 73 CornSuo 3 mlx l1 3- 5OtuSo 2 mlTOl M IlyNo 83 PROVISIONSMe pout 1175 11 15- IAIII 6 t45 ItAYClnMce tlmoth1t115 it 00 UUTTKnCholee dairy W4 161 Chi ice creamery tl AIMLKSCholeo to fancy 300 O 3 76 VOTATOKBPor url 1 ft 1 S5 CHICAGO ZOUItNo3 springj rn CornNo 31 lIi Uatsu S Itn- yoNo 2n 111 rourc 5tee 915 191- xLAttDSteam 560 695 NBW YORK 3 05 ff 3 S- Sfllf tYNWhuatXo 2 red701i 4mItNorOHlcMtIf 1057 1150 ro LAttlSIClm 6 a 1JALTIMOH- BFLOtJIlKanilly i 50 tiIII M JiSoutherngOuthern 3 mixed V4 3S i 2 mlxett3i-t IIty oN 2 wosterii DO 67 CA1l bItint quality B 3 O 5 M lions Western 6W O 6 CO INDIANAPOLIS JOMCornNoOatJtNo 2 mixed O 24H LOUISVILLE 3451355OltgINWhIRtNO I THE BOY WAS BENEFITED OU Parent Mnd a Fnlllnsr Oat and lie Cnme Out a Winner In- Consequence The other afternoon stld the man ia the box office of a theater a boy came tone and aid Are these any good and I tbatnIgbtpieces or to and then cleverly pasted to howdidthetlckstowedthemsuch a good humor somehow that mamma tellWmthatbecome home till after 12 oclock and he told marriedtOO tothhoalone He ain t back yet either but mam ma den t care I picked up the pieces off tho carpet and patted them tether and if onesIsome other fellow and take in the show Igave her tickets to the candid kid and ho walktd away very well pleased with trim lfPhiladelphia Record asOcean Cables layingintheing fart that if not upon rock bottom they gradually become encrusted with barnacles and seaweed heavy enough to break them This u like dyspepsia which if it is not thoLOlthIIoatetter dlpepsJabdruggUtalieUCompetent The homeliest man in congress is Eddy of Minnesota lie rather glories in the disttno lion of ugliness especially 8JI all his other eharartenitirs are enviable During his last chargedhimcharge in a manner that disarmed all crit toIfaces I would wear the ono I am showing you now Argonaut A MINNESOTA FARMER WRITES OF WESTERN CANADA II Now Located There Farm la III- AelKhliurhuud llclng Token bT Former U S Ileildenti The following extracts from a letter written to Mr Dcnj Davis Canadian Government Agent at St Paul Minn she nn excellent idea of what is said of Western Canada by those who have gone there during the past two or three yearsWhen we first arrived here and took up our homes on the prairie near Dales boro Assa for a short time we had a fit of the blues but now all hands are settled to business hole hearty and contented enjoying the finest win ter we have ever seen We have got my comfortably situated with con i arable preparation for a crop and nil hopeful I think this Is a very floe country and if the past seasons crop is not an exception which they claim not r believe this Is going to be the 1ybcot Field of the West It is fill iing up fast In this township last spring there were 25 quarter seclionsof- hadI vacant and today there is not one I con stand at my house and count 10 hnscs where there was not one last siring with six more to go up this spring This is only a sample of what Iif going on all round We intend to build n church next summer right close to my place so we will be strict 1 It would have amused you tphave been here last spring There v Iere crowds landseekers and some t mcs in the spring the prairie is not Jery inviting nnd of course lots were 1Iscontented There was one In the who jumped on me for putting iOWd In the paper only for which ho would have come here and he hostile but eventually he got place nod today claims he would not tyke a Thousand Dollars and move outs I am glad he Is satisfied FinneyIs family and also one of my sons any thingyou eon do for them to assist them along and to mike things smooth as possible will be greatly appreciated by me I will close for this time and will write from time to time to let you know we are living Drop us a few lines to movinginStI ALEX CAMERON Crltlclilne n Profeuor A professor of English literature in the Kansas university once posted this notice In communicating with themselves the potsibielie saytalkOi1nCbic3go Chronicle STATS or Onto CITT or TOLEDO I LUCAS Cot TT I I u Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Iis the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney ToledoCounty I firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dol lars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of llnlls Catarrh CHENEYSwornmy prjMSlice this 6th dayof December A D I I XIi and pets directly on the blood and raucous sur testimonialfJfCIIBNEY 75clIaU the best lilt itta Iocketliook- HJion at the reception Thats a stun ninR gown your wifthu on I centsIeuChicago I To Cure n Cold In One DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All arujjgista refund money if U rolls to cure 2V Why cant somebody give us a list of thiogs which everybody thinks and nobody jays and another list of thins that everybody lay and nobody thinktOlitr Wende1 Holmes I believe Piios Cure for Consumption avedray boys life last summer Mrs Allis Douglass LeRoy Mich Oct 2004 nelghborhoodChiC310 oj FACE J HUMORS Pimples Blackheads Red Rough Oily Skin PREVENTED BY iyqureetro- w j 1 ILLIONSof Women Use CUTICURA SOAP exclusive LYg for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and healing redrough and sore hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and chafing or too free or offensive perspiration in the form of wishes for ulcerative weaknesses and many sanatrvfc antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women andmothers and for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used it to use any other especially for preserving and puri fying the skin scalp and hair of infants and children CUTI CURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odors No other medicatedsoap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be comparedwith it for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE viz TWENTYFIVE CENTS the BEST skin and complexion soap and the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap in the world External and Infernal Treatment tor Humor ivi5i iii i Compete Every C IS I IV 11cooIaUa of CUTICURA SOAP 2Se to cleanie the tkln of cnuti aa y scale and soften the thickened cuticle Curiccni OINTMSMT Soc aadThA BINOLI SliT U often iudclent to cure tberaotttortnrtDgdUflsurlns and Irnmllhnng akin alp and blood humor wIth Inti of hair wheD all else fallPovvsa D4ImoCOBPBole Propi Cotton uow to Cnro Pace Rumors and all other miottree IThe Cotton Belt Route via Memphis offers you two daily Texas One leaves at 910 a m the other at 800 p m The trains from all principal points arrive in Memphis morning and evening in plenty of time to make this connection The Cotton Belt offrn ton the quickest and ihortrit route u TeiM without change of ears or terry transfer Both diy and olcht trulai are equipped with comfortable OomchM end Fee Kecllolus Cb lr Cant alto Parlor Cafe Can br day and Pullman Sleepers at night arecolnradwhenyouwllileavcandwt1tell time and connection We will alto send you ao4atemtlQjt little booklet A Trip to felt 9 P R WYATT T P A Cincinnati Ohio W Q ADAMS T P A NashvKIe Tcnn H H SUTTON T P A Chattanooga Tenn i E W LaBEAtME G P and T At St Louis Mo I In 3 or Years an Independence Assured I upyeurhomesto land of tdeotl trted pampblet giving ciDcrltucci of farmers who have become wealthy In growing wheat reports of delegate etoanafui Information to reduced i railway rates can be bad an Ilculon to mho Superintendent of Immigration Department of Interior Ottawa Canada or addra the Luderilun edd whO will mall von atlases pamphlets etc free or cost f IKULKl Suntof Immigration Ottawa UlI10lKDROPSY Nt1f DISCOnllllllvcs quirk relief and cures xont eatet tioekef ttMlmonlaUanil 1O dIAl t trtttmrnt free Uf U U UKKKNS 8OMJ due If AtUnuUo TOOEBSBESEL r Is TUB BnST Ink tU AlllliflElIDcst aw A N KE low VUEX WUITIXO TO AnIil1sIuaIplease late that you kuw Ute AUiurlUo meat In thU paper 1 1 I i k+ ti- f ee 1f o h J I J Buildingtt l Material It t ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 wBEfit1 I I nooN and Windows ShiugU fec i Lime nUll Cement I 1BoUder 11nnlwar leiI I j EHTIMATES CHEERFULLY t- t FUn ISUEJiti i FEED STUFFS r i Hay Oat + Corn Bum etc l I Cff tl P WS Ellison j LEUISLATlfEjI 1 1pnUCEEDI US f 1jj The speaker of the house of representatives of the Kentuckyi 1 1legislature mounted the rostrum preceding meeting I mean the called tbe meeting to order 1 1andI the butt end of his copy ofII WesBons great work on t jSmitb VentilationIlj Speaker Will the coroner j please read tbe minutes of the clerksI Tbe UlerkI regret to state f that a gentleman from lireathitt i I h fingershgive tbe barkeeper the mystic signal last night and I have been unable to write up tbe minutes Taa Speaker Well it is imma cterisltorn us whether there have beenrany vacancies on the roll elnoeII our last meeting Tbe OIerk1 think not bntR tbere are severall members on thekmissing lilt i The Speaker Before taking op tbe business of tbe day I must re quest the gentleman from Laurel jI coauty to quit firing his gun atntbe skjlighti Tbe Gentleman from Laurel I a I was simply trying to catch the Speakers eye I have a bill here ir Mr Speaker to provide a navy for the state of Kentuckyl objectr1 ion the bill will be referred to the committee on naval a sire I be lieve It is tbe gentleman from Clay County who is waving hisI Bowie knife at tbe Chair The geatleman from ClayDlr Speaker I wish to introduce a bill providing for tbe equipment t of the members of tbe legislature e l i tbeij oommltteeji l r Tbe Gentleman from Jefferson I Ithat Chairman I wish to move the legislature make anop- t proprieties to provide each men t ber of this body with a copy of l the Code of Kentucky tbe Code1 i of Duello and the history of thei Clay county fends j Chair Tbe motion of the IB referred to the come I ITbeOD education The Ser Jo J t atarms will please remove from Lincoln coan Boarri tbatiIii better advantage OD the innocentj I b slanders 11 Tbe Gentleman from Nelson JII Mr Speaker I have here an in boospfI r my county The Speaker promptly The I Invitation la accepted and this house stands adjourned to meet i ID Nelson county at the earliest e MemphiCommercial + oGeld IB Texas Gold hunters need not rash offr to frozen Cape Nome to mineI gold if tbe story from Texas isI Y true In Brewvter county it IsI claimed tbe new Oiuuebnr dig o singe are panning out rich and promise to surpass some tr th I wonderful yields of of Oalilornia 1 diggings Texas Is so much eas t lee to get to than Jape Nome andI 10 much easier to get back froi- f I t in cane a paying claim is not lo Dated that we advlie gold bantersI r to try Texas first Cape NomeI can wait A senator In anngres- some days ago asked ifitbe prey ent increasing output of gold con tinned for a few years will not the goldsilver question settle Itself t Ll r iiWithtbe South African fields re t opened the Cape Nome fields jus aoiatohed the Klondike morons log Its output and Texas enteral- r tbe lists tbe Senators questionI S oneSI ncnfntlrH Trimbles Kentuckys nil nahttt She hue too iniinv lend heats I j Too mats HtnteimicMi out of tunek Too many men with slwepskin e I bat no aoonakiiifl Too ninny sniooiiB nnd not iiPiir enough school IIOUHOS Ton muni oolllrn ors neat tat enough laborers Too timny te lows who live bu Uio Lord only knows haw Ton inituy who would rat her bi t- I u killing that privont one Too tilling men white letll tw UflliH mouth nni throe fifths windIj Too uniny men running for of flue theft ought to ho working thei county rouse Too ninny fellows who woold1 rather tote pistols bun carry jxe k plane anti ipudea Too many moll holding polls lesi I jobs who would lI ttor oaiploy oil oleiirliiK knob liTnd Too mnny men trying to break into ofllco who ore not ciipitulo of Ii splitting stove woodij i tlljlricbj i duller within their rt IHhIj Too many fellows prating nbontt purity in polltlca who ono be uuri chased for a pint of whisky Too many youths thinking they i t wore bunt to bo President whoi wouldnt make good countable J I Ton many follows who attend1 III j politcnl meeting flvetimean wook I c and take bulbs once n Too many fellows JenrII tics whims their wives are breaking I their bock over sowing machinesII Too UIlY mon absolutely of tiara work that they wear them out dodging employment Too many fellows construing thoJ constitution Who cant think in I 1J I stright line ton consecutive see onda dollJnrstheirhildrenj Too many fellows living on the j grnncJtlttherflInstead hominy Too many fellows talking about somebody else who w tuld break their nooks running at the first report of n gun Too many fellows wanting to as Slat in making new laws who know o more about the old ones than pig does about astronomy Too many men willing to walk ten miles to political spooking who wouldnt ride one mile to take I their children to Sunday school TooII stay at home and let the country go to the devil tend then blame the devil for running off with it Too many men who spend soj much time at the corner groctryji that the town has to pass a our few law to help them to take care I of their children Too many fellows spending their time talking politics who dont I know the difference between theyi principles of Democracy or lie pablicanism and the lows of the jI Sanhedrim Danville Advocate TILE entire Boer army numbers only 61000 men while oj posed coII it is a British nrmy of 200000 strength of the Boers lies in tho I natural defenses of their moun tainous country and their ardent patriotism They nre fighting in their own country nnd tor their homes and if England wins ItI seems that she will almost have to annihilate them first i ANNOUNCEMENTS I t ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAILROAD TOUR OF A- LLMEXICOt i cis1 the Illlnoii Central under tile suepteeI- nr I the AMERICAN TOURIST A88OCIA TION lIIlelUe thlcato March 0 lOO Tickets Include all ezpentrn Itailvitjr Sleeping and Dining Car Fared Rotell Carriage etc JI trJJ r lS r sl AT NEW ORLEANS i Ioccura this year on Feb 20th and liter For 1 It excursion rates will be in efleo 10I New Orleans on pclfic elate vrblch local ticket agent will be able lo ad lie IOUii w CALIFORNIA eVIANEW ORLEANSI JlnillICdesRltnevery olr1Run throncli to VI Auftlt Sad ian Francisco vic New Oreoos in eon nre Ilion wllli the Southern inotlic Conoe NewaI OrI4Ana tar the Iidfio Conn The Limit ed or HIP IIHnoU Central wnneein on i 1iondeitandTfiuredyan NewOrleae j with the Sunset Limited of she S oh errrieeitotFULL TAUTICULARS artCtlretslng IjuliTille W Ky A Kellnbi A 0 P ntII 1JtITK 1tUSHl1fQUIZ = S TIIH1SU- j lho report of Ithe State urfsonI oonimlitiotier8 Uow flea tiP tr IllatlCipltte lain the tren0nrj Tiife rt port of ihp Fmnkfort ptitUtt tlarv MtiowN dint therr w fftttii uonlinrment iin Ihie lJ oJJmtponvici mi ill flui dar eP SD CftiihiM 1 80S there mere ruuiAvoi from i e rthcriffil of the MUto gQj from Erlih fakir three rrnatred nald ilitfo rnpnred priaouorr w ri ifiuiiifi nMkiiif A tol l at 1850 frIll nU anaroesrlepr were IilllhUIlPIIl thy exptnilioti ol time 538 pardoned 80 eent to asylum a iHtif bunk for now feint 1 eantpeil 3 died 10 amid 11 sent to school of Reform Ht Lexington iUHkinfK irotNl of 000 w hluh lelt 110 in ra nnt mt Ht on flit SOUl day of November ISOt Tho de lay in getting the abate uonfraot 111II1 surplus over extienaeH in four months WHO y 176091 Tho Ed dvvill prison i IJ N hitivy txpenne 110 the State A d should never have been loeniml there It lint prevailjday111tegelkershowing for tMe work of tho Oorl1I miaanu I IJIIk ttw tar Snle enlf1PP1JI d Notice t4ReevesI paperMt tIq ulna and settle the anmo with I I11 Septf 17 E I RttKVKS t CO I I by enr +e d r JI M p ns 111 u St t I a 1w11 GiaI At 111 Nrlnl iI1 ilkhnuP r r 2tc aa n pi La pLIittt ICOI1PI i10 I I L IIiinn C alnn tir tal The Host Nand tar ctnul Thought I No SSIH ean URI he 3fIweer riiDiem etware the rreniest tld to lntfllii ant thinking end thin heat toot for lniellcnt ilicucul Is that news ppr which k tr Irttt noel Bert dallywea o rainndlnir f ibt pliey of a H niton riier it pelulroi party IIe oNsihlltg u IM dir d h is tua dny or etert- eittea IVMiroMKklT M CM hinf or the dyThe t ril- rtPSl er of llwep+ ptin eeieabte sews verel estiNI thai of aey ells r paper It 1 rtm ski ntw now IInlIor 1NteRlAeilreoarrrur HtHneM e A ml H rM llstntii fatly HHII H tionrei fret prIIdatee diNneAd New to ike Air to b- trllHt frihe tHat 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