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HICKMAN j L T TTLKR Frttt C A U01COHHK T ProM Vf C JOIIXS05 ICEMAN HXOKMAN KENTUCKY intlttaUD i Ieau IIe lan 1ttiMltit3 Paid U I Capital 5000000 HDariiiK AXI trx iviiun IMIOFITM 10000 Solicits business Ve offor the most Liberal AoooinmodationH to our OuBtomere OoiiHistent with E tnbllshodIt Bunking Piinuiplcs DIR 7OeIORSR T TYLER 0 A HOLOOMBE J NAYLOR W H BALTZER J W OOWOILL W L McODTOHEN M B SHAW Mr Jocgenhausser Used to Worry Because his nilvcrticaomcnts in tho local papers didnt seem to attract attention didnt draw a crowd to his store and help him to soil goods 1 NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Because ho has found that he can get fifty firstI jIj rate ads chuck full of suggestions tho best that are ap 4pouring in lino in nowspapcss the country over for a dollar and that with their help it is mere ploy to arrange ails which fill the bill to aMT You can do the OJwamef All lines Send a dollar to I AD SUPPLY BUREAU 8 Devonshire St Room 21 BOSTON MASS j DR S K DAVIDSON IentisrtHIOK IAN KENTUCKY Offloe over Oowgill R OowglllV i Drag Store Ii Valuesi- n Fine Sti bANlILI your his C B Powell Block Clinton St liming piirclnped the Grocery Sleek of I JJ U Uonrluruil would be jpteeed lo i Imtf nil old friends to cull Freih Qoodn cud Choice llar ilns i MEnnd BOYS Some heavy some all weightsNota east of J n A RG A INS n H raaiTj t i S200 i 550ii Our a I 11 7H1 ELLISON KENTUCKY BANE r EAKER Geaenil Gcocer qualitf priceSlOO r r J L SUTTON supposed to be implicated IIn the iissiissination oIGovernor GnelulIIwnhpd Ills ex iitnlintig trial and wan released OilJJ n 10000 lbnnd Sulton Is the Sheriff of Whltley county I U S SENATOR CLARK udmitcc tbat he spent 110000 tn be elect pd but holds that every cent WHII IpfiilitnatHy invested If It ooslStt that much to get there honestly what wond bo the figures to get 1 titers any old wnyt iII EL a rtktt Sacetuor to Wm Dletelbrink DEALER IN I Fancy Groceries and Provisions t II NIOKMAN KENTUCKY ft 9tr FREE DELIVEUY aTelephone Store No 01 Res ideuco No 00 THE STEVE STAR it Uvcry Hiul Feed ablli IClintonBuggiesIlorvcfldation given Your patronage solicited Cash BookrO I Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS 1 OG 0 bCa1ltiming up to date ec i iAnY EnENDESi1S f0- wM t i r a s 9 Local and Personal cr hexrsr jarGoto H BUCHANAXS for first Norl Clover Seed free fro mpbALiw Jy give you wiser ndvlce l J1t youeebeglntungtlailtkthat thMdjfn Mollle Prather of Newberu lirata The attack oa tort Donelson will be jested on tlio Ohio River during LouisvilletaoS1Jnne The WOttena gJrg womenvoltimillc May DOn June 123 telUN4 OowmiE1wWhich really wields the greatest r coonthoMatins suffrage or those who are re castrating against it Indulg10l08yexpectAtions InMl it Experience teaches that great daD exists for next 80 days Wh114ivslktngow inverelytd received BO serious injuries f 18ilegofted lhi excursions w11 i dunne Confederate Rethere R Mat 8081 Jane 128 afc the boats e sensed in the ex fivekNnwpapera alt over the country are ishtrtbatfOldb att2orIlittoralaraiato au- tt r tt hi 1Jea ncerLognn County Now ter Whats Tear Face Wertkt So climes a fortune but sever ifI you hive a sallow complexion a Jan diced ok moth patches and blotches on thnkin all signs of Liver Trouble lint n Kings New Life Pills give Clear kin Rosy Cheeks Rich Corn plexion Only 25c at all drug stores Charming Social Event of the cck was that enjoyed by a number of Dung people who gathered at tno ho eat Mr and Mrs Henry Cow gill 1 essay evening to share the pleas nt a ot Miss Alice Cowgills birth day eel brat ion her cousin Miss Mary Atwocx being also an honoree of the occasio i Mr and Mrs Cowgill having proven themselves preeminently fitted as gracious host and hostess added the evenings enjoyment Refreshments were served in courses dainty and d lightful Each guest represented a cake otrered1f1sSJ ak Illll Robt Helm the booby a box 0 f candy Mr Uoogher wedding cake i Miss Me cer heavy cake NannRotencakeRob Miss Jessie Isle ribbon cake NellHelmMaxHelmcakeJobu MnttleUhas Baltzcr ribbon cake Miss L cakeHenry and blue cake Miss Alice Cowgill lady fingers Nick Holcombe rain bow cake Mi s Virginia Luten liars money cake 31Diaryi Kenneth Anderson strawberry short cake For Polite Correspondence The latest novelties iu flue Box Pa Tablets c Broken packages of paper and envelopes extra tine stook at cost and less WILSONS BOOK STORE Longfellows Birthday On Tuesday morning Feb 27th 1900 tho pupils of the Eighth Grade Hick man College celebrated this day by re citing to the school a number of his favorite poems They were as lcmmlngKlUedt Tho Broken Oar Thola Hubbard MayWcnrnuqU1SelcctEvaugollnetollo Killed at the Ford Josle Wiley The Childrens Hour II Annie El11eel llson Paaluiof Life Maude Blakemoro The Reaper and the Flowers Ma Reeves The Broken Oar John I ethe The Rainy Dad II Laura Brown The Builders Reuben Moore Sketch from Evangellne Jamie Cheek Jr rr F WORSE AND WORSE rIf Evidence of British Tampering With Uncial Mall is Fur crnmmCongressman Wheeler Declares the Story Is Worse than 1aiated by Mr Macro m A special dispatch from Wash Ingtou to the Chicago Tutor Ocean Kep says Representative Chan K Wheeler said tonight alter conference with Olws E Macrnm + that the former consul had told him bis whole story and that it was worse than Macrum painted It UP said Maorum had told him the story In cbnfldenco and bad1 shown him the envelopes which bad been opened at tbe seal und closed again with a sticker on which was printed tbe royal coat of arms above tbe Initials V R AI told Mr Macraui that I did not believe what be sttt iu hie state ment Mr Wheeler said M of fered tae resolution for the par pose of affording the State De partment an opportunity to call him a liar in an official manner hen I read the Mncram story I there woe nothing more tile whole maker than time dis clplloing of a refractory consul lAud tbat he was trying to got re BrLthhaveh system of espionage ever prac tined and Secretary Hay made a grand mistake in not bearing wbatI Macrum hail to sny A genalne American Secretary of State woald not rest until hI had eetypelled the British govern apologiesdI q government I care attGYewweat eteeaDreiriKo ell MMII Jatnt1K i 1 of the state department lUlU thes could not bare been Inadvertently yfolotiono and without any attempt to ex case or conceal it MAOBDM WAITING Mr Macrnm is in Washington to be on band to furnish OilY in formation that may be seeded iin connection with the resolution of Representative Wheeler adopted bj tbe house on the filth calling on the secretary of State for a stateuif ul in regard to tbe Macrum charge against the British govern went lie lice in his posseasion several envelopes bearing noticeI from the Durban censor that they aonte11tte I read In the meantime tbe mat I yoaue I Hay R Pretoria to investigate the the truth of Macrnms charges AN INDIGNaNT DENIAL The British government uiprobrable tbat consular letters were opened at Durban ns alledged I Britlar t government is going to overcome the evidence of the letters them selves does not appear PerhupR expert testimony will prove them forgeries Ambassador OboutoJJ declares it nonsense tbat theII rolle f ed to account for tampering with the United States consuls nailc gIsThe Boers are still fighting inI the teas of the great disaster in the surrender of Gen Oronjes forces and are endeavoring toE outthink Oen Bailer Their for tlflcatlous at Pretoria are said to be impregnable The war la likely to continue indefinitely RecogDizus Beckhambui low Tanner Ithe Republican I Governor of Illinois recognizes I Kenstacky by drawing a requisition oilf him for H prisoner held in this State The requisition was grantb I ed The Governors of TenuPRSeo Hurt Texas hare also so reoognlz Beckham a ELECTION of Unit dI States Sun more by direct cote of the people by constitutional amendment witdI d phtform it nording to Uluilrman Jones of tilt o- Democratlo National Committee L I KRttTU KYM FUNDS 813l VVRKVSK TIED Br JJJJ Two State Qeveratrttteetie 1 IVilhoul Jleuey to KHH tt- mTlu4 Sttiererreo 1 1 3 Frankfort Ky Kb 27 TJJ State egvernmesteiroatpletel ef i J y ffcered anil eaeh claiming to be the regular and legal officials are fin Frankfort today and will rep i main each claiming the right to i fadminister the affairs of State till t sthe is Ieatwil in J JconrtsJ Ji Tho only ludieroas tklHg gBeat Jff 7tloubankp refused tnreeegsieither ISf the contending factioBS ark as iiI tMI1Illy fledI up as they eoald be Leg Islntors Donuts as well as eJKter r officials and all kinds ef eoatraat ors with the State will have te wait until someone is authorized b asypay tbw and tbe state wall on what is ape it till the sancta gay who is HutHorlned to reelve It + otftoerHI penalSl J w1 sufferers The Democratie Senate with s pfedant today refn batch ef appeiat tnehts made by Repablloaa GovJ Taylor before tVe reports of the contest boards were adopted 1tb08 i1 ent State Board of Equalization I ana Trustees and other eHcers eft tbe various charitable luetltatlaaaMof ths Slate f DOWIES WILD TALK tClaim XetkM tB rMiTiMiu M are Tn r t IItC tIuili rh ojj rw 1rDowie In his Sunday eeaeee deX14clared tbat be bad discovered a plot to murder him He charged the Masons and Methodists with being the instigators Dr Dow ies address contained many oth er startling statements In bis audience were some who had come from Cincinnati Oleveland and other clues to bear him Look through the Bible heII l1uldllluao by page you will flail that God through his eonof fected less than 30 cures daring the survivors life I in less than four yenta have sheeted more theta 10000 cures He thou turned his attention to rjoodyhI was with him a year before he died and prayed God that if he did not cease prrseca tiou of me that be should sae TRUSTS IN ENULAND thoses1011laence ranthtrusts as in States is given by Mr Thomas Scanlon of Liverpool This writer asserts tbat there are in England no all abeorbing pclcediotatfngoombiostitiheeachue States He admits that the ten decoy there as herp ttllKhnrdand industrial Monop alias but that except In a few in stances these oombloatlpns have been unable to control prices and that they exist only because they can produce most economically and can supply goods at the low prices BurN AND GOKMAN Bryan and Gorman 10 the latest suggested ticket for the Demo cratic nominations A Republican Senator who left his patty 1890 Ja mentioned by Washing ton correspondents us advocating prosidentlulBryan and Gorman would natty every Southern State all the State west of the Mlftftisflnpl hilt voted fur Bryan III 1896 and other States fluQkieut to the McKinley vote Gorman Is R good politician 1IB an exunllnnt organizer Mr Bryan ia marvel on the stump and uimut apparently loot Ins power to move the people IIH hums been shown uring this past few works Hence IR tliat in looking iirniuiil for a running mate for Mr Bryan some f tho politicians In Washlneion have mentioned Mr Gorman T h I s 1 1 The Hicldnan Courier GEORGE WAimiJV rubll hllr HIOKMAN i r KENTUCKY t U n O CURRENT TOPICS There will be over 7000 exhibitor at thw Paris exposition There are a groat winy oaves antI pre fdetoria mounds In Iowa A message travels over an ocenn m hlo at about 700 miles a second Blanca Teak 14 SOS feet above the sea love is tho highest in the U S The Salvation anny for tho seobn time failed to get foothold in Muxla 2Wru than 13000 Michigan fonnei raised sugar boots for the first time last summer Nearly 50 per cent Qf the pcoplo of France and Germany are engaged In farming pursuits About 0000 tons of American coal line boon ordcd for Italian and other Mediterranean ports Compared with the thoroughfares of other industrial countries Glus gows streets are mean Eightytwo pictures of tho Hoary Hilton collection were sold recently- In New York for 56405 The bee industry employs 300000 persons and the revenue comfit le about 20000000 a year Paris expects to expend 300000 ex tea on the police service alone during them exposition months More than 12000000 acres of the Sa hers have been converted into fertile soil by means of artesian wells It is supposed that the average depth of sand in the deserts of Africa is from thirty feet to forty feet In time of war France puts 370 out of every 1000 of her population in the field Germany 310 Russia 210 Henry Savage Landor went about Boston in summer clothes saying thE climate was tropical compared to that of Thibet Sycose is tho new material used In is substitute for sugar in diabetes Itt sweetening power is 660 times greater than sugar FQr onlllng another men a liar through the telephone a citizen of Boone county Iowa had to pay a fine of 2 Seven shillings n day has been adopted by the Sow South Wales gov eminent as a minimum wage to rail ytrey laborers Tile Russian government contem plates the purchase of more than twenty thousand oars for tae Trans Siberian railway The Doer depends entirely upon lilt horse which is often beautifully trained and stands uuwntched behind hIm while he Urea Since the visit of Sir Henry Loch to Pretoria in 1693 the Transvaal presl dent liaR positively refused to utter ono word of English The Mauser bullet makes a clan perforation of bone and muscle Soldiers almot through both cheek bones llavtt lost the sense of moll and taste but arc otherwise quite well Most of the wpunds are in tho hands and nrmsL9rd Wolsoley Lord Roberts and Sir Lve13111Vood have all written con Hlderaulo for the press Sir Kedveri Iltilltfr line neverwritten anything but dispatahesrto the war office and shows Ills nvorsion to tiny other channels of publicity A Tiber farm and homestead is It Is said to be one of the features of the Iortsexposition In this fotm will be exhibited the chief wild animals of the TraTisvanl The means of trans portation in time country are also to beillustratedMiss Earle is spoKen of in England as the successor to Rosa non hour She is said to be one of the greatest living pointers of animals Dog nre her specialty All the noted dogs in England are sitting to Miss Enrlqfor their portraits Ono of the military journals in France calls atttcntlon to the fact that owing to the intensity of the electric light used on board menof war the men ore frequently affected with eye complaint which in some cases rove led to total blindness The czarina of Kiutala has a fad for black roses nnd those odd flowers have been making n sensation in St Pptersbtzrg A florist named Fetisoll lias produced in his garden roses jot 1 Iock In color vnnd the finest spec nitnre now owned by tho czar ins Chicago Knights of Columbus nre perfecting plans to preserve tho car noel Santa Murln whloh In now falling Into ifccay in the Ilagoon of JuclKon park i George Everett builder of post of leas anti custom houses for tho Unit ctl States government worked as a day laborer and stone cutter loss than twenty years ago The Chicago post office shows a great decrease in the sale of postage due stamps since rho rules prohibiting the forwarding underpaid second nUll third Glass matter went into ef fCt f THE GOLD STA1AI I Republican Members of House and Senate Reach an Agreement P The Dollar Shnll Be TwcnyFIr L nilil PlvcTViitlia Urn In if of Gold MncTciitha lneOther Money On n Iurltr Washington Feb 4The repul lican members of the couforuncu corn mittco ou the ilnanotal bill rouohud ai agreement Tho democratic eouftiroci were called in and stated tholr oppo action to the bill and without further formality the bill was ordered reported The text of the bill an agreed upon and tu it will bo reported by the conferees and us it will probably bo come a law is as follows That the dollar consisting of 258 grains of gold ninetenths tine as us tabllshed by section 3511 of the re vised statutes of the United Status shrill be the standard unit of Valua and all forms of money luiied or coined by the United States shall be maintalued at n parity of value with this standard and It shall bo this duty of tho secretary of the trueu6 to maintain such parity That United States notoa and trains ury notes Issued under the act of July 14 180 when presented to the trtMui ury for redemption bhall be ndeemed- in gold coin of the standard fixed In the first section of this act and in order tb secure tho prompt and our lain redemption of such notes as here in provided it shrill be the duty of the secretary of the treasury to set apart in the treasury a reserve fund of 130 000000 in gold coin and bullion which fund shall be used for such redemp tion purposes only and 4flencvor and as oftenas nay of said notes shall be redeemed from said fund it shall be the duty of the secretary of the trans ury to use said notes so redeemed to restore and maintain suoh reserve fund in the manner following towit First by exchanging the notes so redeemed for any gold coin in the gen oral fund of the treasury second by accepting deposits of gold coin at the treasury or at any subtreasury In ox change for the United States notes no redeemed third by procuring gold coin by the use of sold notes in ac cordance with tho provisions of MOo tion 3700 of the revised statutes of the United States If the secretary of the treasury II unable to restore and maintain the gold coin in tho reserve fund by the foregoing methods and the amount ol such gold coin nnd bullion In said fund shall at any time fall below 100 000000 thon it shall be his duty to re store tho seine to the maximum lIum- of 150000000 by borrowing money on tho oredlt of tho United States end for tho debt thus incurred to Issue and sell coupon or registered bonds of the United States in such form na hr may prescribe in denominations Of 580 or any multiple thereof bearing interest at the rate of not exceeding 8t per contum per annum payable quarterly such bonds to be payable at tho pleasure of the United States after one year from the date of their Iseue and to be payable principal and nteroet in gold coin of time present standard vnluo end to be exempt from time payment of all taxes or duties of the United States an well as from tax ration in any form by or under state nuniolpal or local authority and the gold coin received from the sale of said bonds shall first be covered into the general fund of tho treasury and then exchanged In tho manner herein Before povidod for an equal amount of tho notes redeemed and held for exchange and tho secretary of tarp treasury may in his discretion use said notes in exchange for gold or to purchase or redeem any bonds of the United States or for any other law fun purpose the public interests may require except that they shall not hi used to meet definicnajes in tho cur runt revenues That United Statel notes when redeemed In accordance with the provisions of this act shall be reissued but shall be held in the reserve fund until exchanged for gold us herein provided and the gold coin and bullion In the reserve fund to gether with tho redeemed notes held or use ns provided in this section shall at no time exceed the maximum mm of 150000000 That nothing contained in this net shall be construed to affect the legal tender quality as now provided by 11m- of the silver dollar or of any othei money coined or issued by the United StatesThat it shall be the duty of the sec rotary of the treasury as fatJl ni standard silver dollars are coined tin del the provisions of the acts of July 14 1600 and Juno 13 1808 from bull- Ion purchased under the act of July H 1600 to retire and cancel an equal amount of treasury notes whenever eceivcd into time treasury either by exchango in accordance with the provisions of this net or in the ordinary course of business and upon the can ellation of treasury notes silver cer ificutcs shall be issued against tIll silver dollar so coined New Slntne cc Gen Oraat Washington Fob 24The howe committee on library favorably ro ported n bill making an approprlatiop of 3000 for time preparation of plant or designs jar a memorial statue of- Gen Grant to be erected in Washington To ntntUunnpolU Washington Fob 24The execu thc committee of the ISatlonal Asset latlon of Democratic clubs Friday folded to hold thcncClI1nnull meet ng of dcmocratieiiiibs at Imlannj lis September 5 WE WILL HOLD THEM IThoDe TnUcn flown on Sntiltti nIl ttCnannn Inland R Washington Fobb2ZiTheEu ran flag will not como down en ffit Island or on Cngaynn stand loin has been demanding tint theayntle tie returned to It Tho war fc Irt meat ulis reedy to mnko thonrturn and so vas tho stato n up to Saturday The 1I ycJepn 1111 however runs unwilling to suitrle anything It had taken and lIP rude jith title good to tho islands i11h state ll1porhnent will inform In that the islands are the prop ft of time United States null will holt yt m SablUi is cast of Borneo a iHa gayan is west of MIndnro nix tOI miles Slblttt was saved to the Jlet1 States by tho discovery Sntur n of an old treaty Vetwoen Spain atItrltnia and Germany whloh six 111- I l l Ily soys that Uorncos holding aU not extend further than thret aICO front tho coast of Borneo 81 lai Ion the opposite qldo of tho C nlgoparating Borneo iron thtiiu arclmipeiRgo AH to Qtfrnynn island tho t nil show that it was at on time ti ii- a iapummel colony by Spain and t flat er U therefore stopped from fl iiOR that it WN used Ran pnrt of th hll ipplne group t j EMBALMED BLOODi i I It la llclntr Sold In Toledo Iwlhe Clilcnao Incklnir Houses Si y the Inspector I Toledo 0 Feb 2GCity Me tin spector Sohurtz reported to the cith department that ho had found i iuh er meat product here in the sin pi of embalmed blood lungs live IItt1 brains of hogs sheep and cattl lIe ays the articles ore shipped hbi i tad sold by the Chicago packing Ih lies Ho says the chief buyers of the m bnlmwl blood and lungs are tho des and Hungarians who use the a Ikes for sausage soup and broths jlad some claim they drink tho mi Ire The products are being submit Klto a chemical analysis lire mo t n Hpeotor says that the cmbn ung fluids used are even stronger ih those resorted to to prosenuj me t MANY PEOPLE HURT a Dlsnstrons lire Followed y a Series at llxplosluna In A SI nrb of the City of lArlII t Paris Feb tGAs the result f1a fire that broke out at Saint Ou ne suburb of fails In a collection lal oohol end oil stores n series v plosions ocourred spreading tho 11 de- suntil a bloek of six imumease hounea wise involved in a ling flagration ioP T A great ooneounw of ipoainftn lMHIl assembled end hud RJ1IK08 ell too near when MUnlyaiid nN said ly tho explosion occurred fHif oft vial computation shows thnflfto wure hurt and quite a number r uu ly The lose is estimated af SOWVOOO francs Itilliicnxn uRInjrIt Merlin Berlin Fob SC Tun ijilncnw Is still raging PrinvMs Fmlcrtok Charles lies been attacked The Ital Inn ambaMMdoT here Coal Learn ill Buses had Invited lttnper Wilder and the elite of Berlin Humijr theme United Statue Amlmnmlor Hhitc aNd Mrs White to a dinner Iht hr watt seized with influenza and Uhe diaper won postponed IVork of Assnssln Knorvlllo TV nn Feb 38 A salfrom Itucktown says Mlles Wood Will called from his mountain torn and shot down in cold blood He 4k4 in ten minutes Ills father ran out to ascertain the trouble and was hot twice by time naa eln It U claimed that before tho Ihttor died he eharfml a deputy United States marshal with having committed the deed LocomotlvcH on llunnrrs Minneapolis Minn Feb S5 Lum berman have Introduced a uceruful locomotive on runners to haul trains of log lnlen sleds from lumber drape Another machine chips Ice from the lake to make roads in the unowltwi season The two Inventions will rov lutlonlze the methods in the lumber camps Irlic for DcliutcMt Princeton N J Feb 2Ln nouncement has been made by the udgeH of the sophomore prize do bate hell in Whig hall recently that the first prize was awarded to John Green Sims of Wartrace Trim sad the second to Paul IrwInMcllory of Winchester Ky Upwards of twenty contestants entered tho debate Dcntli of Mrs AUION J Sncll Chicago lob 25Mrs Henrietta Snell widow of Amos J Hnell time nllllonalre whose murder hem been a Saturday3heheart disease Mrs Snell was nearly 70 years old and had lived since her husbands trtigic death in time house In which he was murdered Chicago Sinn flies Awnjr Prom Ilotuc Newport XOWB Vn Feb 261Ly curgus F Laflln of Chicago time wealthy gunpowder manufacturer lied unexpectedly at the Chamber lain hotel Old Point Comfort He arrived here from Chicago sorera j duyaagoff Order for Whitehead Torpedoes New York Fob 2RI Adm ONeil chief of the ordnance bureau has placed a contract with Ki W Bliss Co of Brooklyn for 30 Wliltclicnd torpedoes for whichl the government will pay 126000 CRONJErSUHRENOEOSe Boers Massing Near Bloemfontein to Dispute Roberts Advance Grit huller McrthiK IV Hh n Stub born ItcsUtnnoc In Ills liiiilvnvnra to tenth ludysotllhNo XC wn net1 l+ rnni Inlldllart London Fel7r1iu uurofilco dtapntehfromaardoJery Pub 77t45 n ntGun Cronjtt and all of hln force en pltulatetl iincoitdltlanally nt daylight and Jis now a prisoner In mymsunp The streiitrth of lids force will bo coup municated later 1 hole that hsr iitajtntyn tfovvrimiont will ooitaMur this tveut ttaUafnetory ooourrtnjf an it flaw on the jiinittmaryi of Mil Jubn London Feb t7The flours see nif Hciiiblinti an snag near lllofttifontHii with which to tlafHttw to Invasion of Irfinl Roberta This intelligence conies from Pretoria by way of Lourenau Martturm Time ooinmaadoea am da lICtibedI aa haateainy from ell quar tern of the two rapnblka No oatl mate Ila made of tlletr iiuuiltera but the withdrawal of the Poor frost moat of the places where thy haw been in contact with time llritlah ox edit the district near Ladyamith may raise the rotating force to 30000 men This figure aaaunM that the Ikien have between 10000 and 70000 In time flwkl Gen Huller on 8atunlay facotl the last and strongest iKMilluwi of the later who bar hla way to I dyamlth The strenuous flghtliitr lM4lleat a a battle hetweee armies ether titan rear guard action protoeUHf retreat On Tkarasla sail Friday he I lost 43 oaken killed and vuutuled rcprckciitluir probaMy a total Iless of froze 400 to 100 lien Walt guns worked on Sat unlar upon the Doer pntMUoNH unit n heliogram front LadamltM reported that tbs floors were retreating and that largvr rations w re being hMtiti IIn virw of tlw tact that relief tKMNnod at hand Nothlnir has been kaanl frotH Mat kingsince February U T1teImeat on the veldt away from ties railway ia becomlnf Immure idnglr Hi cuU for large bodlrn of troops M te- rra b burned up Ua Prtrndi beeI to wagon foniga for his boreeeede- ven the Infantry lada the long marches haider the before aa fOrego for the transport anlmaU1 rust lieI tarried This requires1 the formtttlou of garrisoned depot The ordinary campalraln gmw la over end taw tsMtly itfaaua for bout non nadI anisaal bas sat In Tvekai ral military wrltera tale Urtaa uIlate conalderatloM In foraaailtoy events London Fob 11 A dtenaiek to the Dailyl sew from Lowrvnao Marquee dated FriUay February SO nays It in reported here that 1000 i urrhera have left Latlyaaltk for there State TIM floors are aoaevM tenting tbrlr forew M mlUm uttlakia f HlMmfmtrin and the Free State government IID moTiofr to Wlabera- Reitifurcrmenta from all parts are paaaiofr through ltlortafoMtt hoMrty trek rnt Nteyn has telegraphed Prea iilent Kruirrr that Lord Roberta U within a fw hour of ltloemfoHt l i cud be urges that every rule Irra ipactlTe of nationality ahoukl 1 be eai Mend HrM Praaldeat insist ta wild to favor ieaeo TIM hoer general who WRit In omrnand at Cotenao eat n IHOMMCO to Preaident Krngvr anyltiic that he had been maahed up there and rfe muiendliir overtures for jumeo Tho burghers at Mafakliig are also roport tCI to hay sent word to Knigur that they would rather defend their own farms tuna fight elsewhere London Feb 17 Winston Churchill In a dispatch to the Morning Poit train Prom Camp tinted SundRY says Two idea that tho Uoors urn raising time slogo of I lI 1I11IIth Is prviuttture Lho advance Is being pursued In tho face of the most stubborn nppoftUIOn and of heavy loss Prraidont Kruger grandson Is among the hours killed London lob 27A dispatch from aardebcrg minted Friday to tim Times says that severed thousand liners are now hovering In that neigh borhoodCapo Town Fob 30The Canadian transport Pomeranian from Halifax January S7 with imothor contingent of Canadian troops on board linear rived here Cnn Saga Ann HU lllulits Washington lob 27In time ease of the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern Railroad Co vs William Volght time united States supreme court decided that nn express messenger who was injurer In a railroad accident after ligning an agreement to relieve the railroad company from responsibility In cast of ncvldcnt could not claim damages The court held that thero was no principle of public policy preventing n mans making such a eon tract JVclllo Grant Snrtorln Improving New York Fob 26Mrs iSVllo Grant SJtrtorls Is now convalescing froth an operation and will be about In a few days On account of public rtateinontH that lier malady was cnn afterjtile operution err oxamlnatloif hue proved that there is no evidence that cancer has cyer existed Prose ou a rlghwny Warsaw N YI Feb OTho body of JohnCarmody was found frozen ou n highway near this town 116 was out Iin Saturdays ealc and perished FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Pint Session Washington Feb M8natc Mr Per kin presented the credential of Thoa JL Ilanl as senator from cal fornu4 tea tho term of six years beginning on Marc 4 1M was adapted Huthorlilnc the inlnt mutton Was adopted authorltlnRtheIlrinthog or a special the yuar book of the department oT allculture for dhitrlbiiifon at the 1arla ex p- Ilintquestionreedy speaking aiHlnut the retention II the tilled States of the islands and uri trig that the Filipinos tx HceonlMl tau right to govern themselves After UII MsMU of I pension bills and a numb of bills on the general calendar conjUil ration was raminml of the Itawaltni wtrlagreedtiro wee nttt ronrludmt- loua nerore the debates upon tilt I rlo Hlcan tang Mil was reeumed Mi Ilunburn attempted to secure an sgre lAvnt to taus up time Nienrncuiiii run bill his Mk l unnnlmou c Jn ent that It W taken up In two wka but Mr Camwc objeced The lion then wen Into elemli w or the whom on the lurlC nicnn tartar Mil The peche ware 4- Ihesred which enneumcd live hours time Mr Hopkins poke In support of the bill sad Mr Nwlnd eat Mr Swanson Ir M poltlon to It TtM MMiktf dvutetlM mplvfi nirntxl exclulvly 10 the ron MHutlnnnl question Involved end wr ltatn4 to with atlmtlon WbINron Krb II HMMtTh r1l lawinl1 bllllI wen vd tuthrluna the ape Kean TranporUlU Urhlu n01 Development Co to construct e bridge arrows the Bnak War at Nont City akn provide for Ute er IIr if a bridle In Minnesota between Ilainr lwke and th mouth of Rainy rtvr Tantlng additional tights of Way to the lleheny Vally Railway Co thruugl tni srvnsl rrruunds at titiatftaiwh Im to tncurporai the American auoeea Red Crow to pay James and lt 11Mnlt Qmoha or Canada JBOUB damajre e- maccount of tna arUur of tb vraawl rC- NIn In VOt T bill as rvpurtxli car sOd 4 mr eat Interest amounting M ntttw but aa th payment of lateral Wall atruncly antafonUMMl that part of the tell wee stricken out COpejrlist of Ite Hawaiian iro mmnl MM was then resumed Unnno TW kana Ui MfMtf rvMtlutlon IIaort adop Mnt tc nppoint on woman r to rapt tbo TnHrd fUlf and the National ir of the U A ft at lite env Nag ttho tatu of Lnfnyott at the Pnrt iHCpoatthtn Bvfor the dbat upon tntyorto HI an tariff Mil wee rwramod U e grd that tho Ubat kfoa h should that b tirsIkouibeliipbt mom oaatona- Vn lnl- CaM blnKton Tab f 8 n loApcord- l to an annual custom In tl senateeMngtonu hirthasy WsMsbeetae twlf address warn reel In tie sedate 1ey onator Fnraker A n mhr of ses atM Iwlnc absent Mr iherw 4M not Mil rep the rmolutlon InvolvtnK lbe right of Senator Quay to a eat to the e atc na a mrntWr tree onnrlvanla rIM ante then a4Joumetl ilottvw Th houiM bgsn holding early MH4on m Hlnir at II n m owlOg to i nMur for fiRM la t1IfI Porte itsan dr balo Th debarbteaht wit srral mn taw specge uselsdtrg on by lIprHUUr OrwMK of Ohio who an ewiWd s number of MsHloas aa t mime atft ucIe of tM pmekleet another by ItI-o- rratatlr McOall ol Massarhustt DM rrpabUcnn Member of the ws and Manna rommltt who dtscvntxl from th majority report sad Mr MKl MnaaaMitMMta1 republican who IInIhjj ea4 th position of his detMlw wna continued at a m11I earsttehMRte Wb xRasatrTb unit men unusually lnf rtinc I rum in i IhelQuaynteki Siserhis were deUr1 1hr vet 10 lake tsp the ease wa M to S bul II ta axH coovMerod a tt vol can Mating oyU TUo ontlr iiaslsn o tM hous an tnHon ns HP osee1mw on ne formRM tnHlT blH A sight f wks was hiss ovoM4 ta the s me atsbjet A- gtwas reached teat a rote or will br taken at I p m on next renrra nl to cloav Washington Pek lnalThrouout tie aoton iNeaale had under eo- nelfntlon the Hawaiian bovrnmnt bill dlruslon tub a wlll rang but- tlw basis of It was n amendmntonrrrl by Mr Platt It t I as to th applnlm nt end manure of din of the judge if thr lawallan enurts Mr llnl rp rlnl th t ue and rtmiular aptlwitlinn 111MI fe would cnfT up the rt lutlin rtlmiM to swung M 9 Way In the wn to ua U spr rnetsttv from 14nnglvanl- aNomTh followirw four prnl m lAlla war Introaut vd To prns4on llfiiry anekra aergennt Company B uist oh olean at Wt b r month to penin Tl8ina nWwkr CVmtMny A Slit lnll lIMA roiuateww at Ol A month to K n- rthwioa a Kiddy Camps y U lIm- o 54 iRd Ylrgina vuluntsers At a Mmslon Sarah Mllry ww atiiastt pal Mltov at W a lItOnth saw inty with L1n- 8brifter at Renttaso end subawquniOv Iol his llf In th Ililllppliw rampalan 1i met at the time was taken UfInuatit the 1 brio Bias tantT Waohlnirton Nab M 4natK rm l aJ1e1oft utwtNkm tea f Inner amemr y to n snat as lfttr from IHnnaylvanln was begun by- dlr Turlry lie prweenlwd a rontltu lonal arirument MMlnat the seating r- Mr Quay Conalderatlon of the HawiU Ian government bill brought out a lively lruaott IHolwn Mr Tlllman and Mr ipootwr In which tlte former admlttnl that balht boxes had been tutted and Sxroe had been abet In the south to nnlninln while domination An amend nent was mad to the Mil striking out the property quallflentlun of votkrs fur ternWs of the legislature but Utile thar progrtwa was mad llou TlM general tllIHttt on the Ior to plan tariff bill wa extended until- Tuemsay night Interest centered In the- eonftrnces which were going on among tINt reiMibllcan lends and the dluwnt Ing republicans In their efforts to rom Miimlwiw their dllTerrnoea upon the bill The speakers were Mara1 Itoutrll Graham and Hetxler for n111MontIlI Ilartlett lanhllm Moon Wmlalll Johnston Rlllhrriand Jail Nooimn end Wilson against It IliPliis Conilltlou Crlllrnl Sow haven Ct 1ob 7K J holM exmlnlstor to Orent llritnln suffered a sorloiiH rehiH o Sunday and its condlton IH extremely critical 11e line been ill for six week from pnuc nonln but for two weeks lint been lonsldored out of danger Sunday IIn nlMiocHH of the lungs and n hiin orrhngu caused a rapid decllno and his physicians fear lie can not re cater IMiiKne DIsupiMnrliiK From Honolulu Washington Kob 27MnJ Knnls Oth artillery commanding Camp Me Klnley Honolulu JI I reports to time war department under date of February 10 one death at Jlllo from plague He says there have been no new eases at Honolulu for eight days A Irnebr utmlelChattanooga Turin Feb 23Revi- V II harper a prominent divine who has been in charge of the Whtel Cir cult ijt Shelbyvlllo Tcnn has been liRinisscd by the presiding elder on the charge of sending his wife away owl then living with a YQung lady at that place Skntcr fuel Not Return Findlay 0 Feb 20 Friday DavId Walters went skating on the Blanch and river and has not since been seen Io wac probably drowned as his muf Icr was found on the ice ICharity BeginsAt Be kind to your body Re member It is fed not by thoughts of what you think youll dof but by the strong volume of vital force which the heArt distributes Treat your lifes blood well tj Hoods SArstpArtllA is A medicinal infer of charity And Aids to keep you in good health AS nothing else CAn Pure BlOOtJ MybtoodtoAS poor I htd headaches And but little Appetite Since faking tWO bottles of Hoods Saraa DArlth the headaches Are gone my blood Is In good condition And I hAw A good appetite C A IhffmAn 580 VJroAdvuAy Long Island City N Y llou VK iIICII lire Ills Us bor irrltaUn Slid nlf eatbkrlio W eke with llowli tun p rlliu ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature ef ee FacSlmll WrrPIr ITarr assail take M sad ngar aa uarny teiowII 1 CARTERS P1 FIR NCAIACME i roe BlIIIKtSS I rue IIUIUINESS FOR nUll LIVER nil CONSTIPATION FOR SAUIW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION I t+t weat cl lIq CURE SICK HEADACHE PILESa1milfl red he toreurnoflimn dnneetwith pro rvdlne pars bruvehl on by lino wnh Wlllrb a was talttd file twaty taroloto Msal u1 Today 1 as1 retireiy free trots I pll sad reel aka a now IaAH o iiItsITL lilt Jose In Sioux ply Is J Phistash ruub rtni Tsil OonA Da Qoud serer rare UrsiD r lni Wflk IDe CURE CONSTIPATION wile a1f tp trip BMlrMl Iow rue M- Ufl TO racNidandfaaanieM1 Nldfeet HaMt fl Established i848 Palmers Lotion The Great BEAUTIFIER and Skin CureriiI For Pimples Tetter Eczema Sore Eyelids Burnt and all Dneascs of the Skin and Mucous Membranes that can bo reached by an outward application Lotion Soap Prtrtnti sod assists In cnrlcc all neb 1 aeietloB At Dtugpstai only I iI W L DOUGLAJS i 3 3tO SESwadeJ4 to6comparedwIth l lnilonnvilliyoTsr I I 1 000000 ucuror ttt Lfougisetnpedonbottrm Islano lubitllult cUimeJ tn iH is 1Odour deiltr 02 should keep Ihemdnot w waill send a pate on receipt M I kc and ate fitn for eaniaxs SU 11 a rte and width or CJP toe tl irrot tmmw I 000GLAt SHOE f1 elodtoa Mm INOT theCHEAFESTSS BEST oe4rne 1 ucoaY our frlnry cn bU114 tilmtralS 11IItU full equllIliur pIomre rbok it ails d lIubbor or Iatbreuatttlopr rtheIIlebolraot or Urtmttar eoiorlnpaiuting tld Ur I I inmtnxl TbsiflCKOHY cnd idiot I It or I Inch ud cull InttbIlratMUCsrpot Door HTOIIII AmoN WblpBackrt TtMlUllHrntNal k IcazLUsIldl luTIiEa upInrldlICNlge5htppadrooot 500uhitt toumlhall4tn lotaaewho- n qtowndlhfullamountwiththerdrwwil1- l dROOIthlp Ill HIIUNU CATAUKUKt I qrp I ludntintowepf tlilBlnNATlllAL I nUbkhInndW t i E1ZisEAltnaEiUblltbK JOHN M SMVTII CO JW 150109 W Mdlogt- Ori b thl iBuirsii I CforougS80rlppoYcaught Croufi Small doses lqulcksure results 1rdsWJ11JCueeGsnitljUws 1hlIz t1rJ4 I M XiaD l ntatoborii r J- flflf- liIi t l I J 1f1 t I iIi y o 3 GIVEN CERTIFICATES Minor Democratic State Officers De mand Possession of the OfficesI Injunction Null IMIcil fly llnoli of the Vow OlllcliiU 8p klnir to last oho Ireuwnl Iniiuiiihent IrfllllII Olllur VVnrnliiw Sent Out Praitkfort ICy Feb ITnatatocontest commute awarded etrtlnII t OBtOJt of aleotloil to Mil Of the demo etfttlo eoBtaetanls for minor state ofII floea lMMidl toly afterward tliu conII reptslringto repubIleac o loa The democratic coatuetanU sworn In are Meeretary of state C i lJ Hill of Clark county attorney gen oral It1reeklnridge of Boyle cow ty auditor Ova U Coulter of Graves county treasurer H W Hager of Lloyd county superintendent of pub I J ofJof Appeal Kliackflford administered the oath 01 onW- Immediately after the swearing In of tow wemtxraUc state otnrtala in junction suits were lied by each of the new fflriabi seeking to oust the present incumbent from otlkjj and enjoining them from exercising the rights duties aDd prerogatives now appertaining thereto Tim Installation of the deinoemtie I oOclala will have the effect of tying up tightly every breach of the slate rrnllMnt pending a decision of nil of the contest by the cot From now until then the tale will Ira pracI tically without a state government Auditor Coulter at one sent out notices to nil county eltrka circuit clerks sheriffs ami1 traateee of jury fun Is tkat bi had been alocled awl- quellIed M auditor awl now aettag as such warned tbem to lacy aver no public montoa to any other then him elf upon penalty of pnwecntteu on tbeir official bonds tlra tort Ky Feb iTJtmtus Oefobel returned Monday moraine ac a companied by Col T C CawnboU who la aMiatlnt the detectives IH hating down the aaaaaaliu and will direct the nroaorntion of the anapeet now under arrest Campbell eon ferred Monday with Prosecutor Pole grove In regard to tbe forbad Whit trial which Ila set for March fh 1 1taker Oeebel returned to look per after the paaaaaje of the 100 M9 rmvnrd bill which will be favor ably reported by a eommlltoa IH the boosI Tvcaday llepuhllaan iitemk V rt who ouae Ute bill on the What the nmrflpr tiUeH to too attaajttt ie break a quw t Rt It tronl bstaff ordered to a aaponU reading TIN republican agate MHvHtd at 1010 Monday morning with Neuter ant Governor Marsha 1J absent and Senator Jolly preldlag Xothltif was done adjournment following IIn a few iHlnutea Neither branch of the dent oft otie leyialatHre had a quorum Mon day A atlrYinjr two minate KVHO vn witaeoMd IIn tbe boos Monday About 43 membera Including reirabUoMHt were present when 8peahor Trimble rapped for order at noon No MI- ter beta In attendance Clerk VI1 llama quickly Lein rcn4llnr U c jour nal of atwrday Slack rep1 Inter runted demanding a roll call1 Ua In dicatMl ttabnance of a iuomin Speaker Trimble ordered the rending of Ute joMrnal completed ami at the close In the midst of a deafening Minor by the republican membera de Mending a haring ht rucofrnlawl Dooker dent who snored to adjourn It was nceondail by Ncbwn dent awl t TiimMe JeeJnrtHl tbo house adjourned Ix nlavtlla Ky Fob ltTla cult of J C W Hecklmm apiinat W S Tay- i lor woe ftlod In the circuit oourt here Tbla action woo originally brought at J tuorgvtewn The filing of the suit br AMI In accordance with the I agreement inmle by both aldea for n i OfliiMjlltUUon ot stilts Invoking the govornarnhlp of Kentucky Tow ae i tlon IKI fur nil Injunction W S TBJ lor IH the jtmlntlir In n almllar wilt agntnit liockhnm and others lly the HgrcotHent Judge hold will try the qouftolldHted assThe anawur stud countcrolalm of Ikwkham Caatleman and Carter in the injunction aijlta by W S Taylor John Mnrsliall and Dnnlel Collier wore fllod The answer deities all the allof tloiiH of plalntlffd petition and cuts up n aoHitturolulm that tho olllcos of pgov ornor lloutonnnt governor antI ndju taut general hnvo been usurped by plaintiff nod defendanta pmy thnt they be adjudged the holders of wild OlllUOfl IIll1hIImlili CIIIIfeaalM KniisoH City Mo Feb S111bert i I plcaclmIguilty to holding up n street cnr conductor ono night Int September and wens Bontoncid to iO yenta In the IMiiiltantlnry Ho IH n widower and hiss two cjilldron Two weeks ngo n jury In the sonic court niwoBscd nolO- I yenr sontonoo ngnlnst n Negro high wnyninn Mnr Hcllre rrom tlin lung Now York Feb 37 = Tom Shark ay In out with n titntcment to tho ifToot thnt U he cannot arrange n match with nob Fltazlminons or ii JaniOH J JelTrloH IIho will retire front tho ring Tim Sailor eays he will not fight McCoy nisi ln Jlore Males Shipped KntiMiH City Mo Fob 27Four h mdre l mules wore clipped to new OrloeuH for use by tho British in f South Africa They wore bought by Tapt Smith of the UnUsh tinny and were Inspected by aim last week e c KING REX ARRIVES New Urlcnim Grent Annual Cnrnjval Hun Opened and tile City IH- CriMViIril AVlth Visitors Now Orleans Fob 27In tho pres nctt of an Immense assemblage on the rlvor front Hex king of the car nival made his entry into the city He landed trout his royal yacht nCterI n triumphant journey up tho river HccoinpunlcHl by n multitude of steamboats revenue cutters lighthouse tendora and tugs nil gay with the kings colors worn shrieking their team whistles as If ready to brook Tho military and tho dukes of the realm received his majesty anti a pa geant followed through the bualncKs dUtrlcU At the city hall tho king rOo celvod tho koys of the municipality Minister Wu of Chinn also came In Ills train was two hour late but a large number of uittscns awaited his coining Including u delegation of 12 lending Chinamen of this city Col W II liyrnea and Joseph II Li grange reiMtwentlng Uov Foster rrcffident lithely repreaonting May or Flower suet this dlaUiigulaJmd ce leallal at the train and oecorted himI to the St Clinches hotel Later Mayor Flower called Mr Wit sold ho lad a plcaaant trip but fleprecated all UI8 Fuaa that was bring redo ever so aiinpln n nan 1roteua jmraded ut night devoting M floata to the tales of olilWhowl from Jack anti the liven Stalk to Ialry Dell True The weather line been aunay and1 Hnriiigllko awl ham KttraetMl a orated which railroad men calculate from M to M per cent larger than IIn say pre 1oua year REMAINS OF SOLDIERS Seven lluiulrcil Uotllon Villl He hurled In iilloiinl ComrlrrlcH Unl TUN Clulmril Sly 1rltMiiIn Waihlngton Fob 1fho quarter master generals department is sank ing arrangeiHttnta for the interment M the bodlen of about 700 soldlera who lost their lives In the Philippine or In Culm Al out MO of these were brought homo from the Fhillpirfaea on the transport Hancock which ar rive l at than Fmne4ico about a week ago All not churned for private IIn torment will be buried in the National c m tery at the 1nwtdlo San Pratt etaco Nearly SOO Hohllera whoiw bodies were brought home from Cuba will be burled In use National oemetrJ at Arl- iNgton Uie latter part of this week These Inciude M bodies now on the McPherson at Ft Monroe The trans port Redgwlck which left Havana on the list mat for Nov York carries the bodlea of 51 sohllers of wnioh n are de tlnetl for the Arlington epee tom and probably will arrive there the latter part of the week The tranflport Mot tollan loft Stdtisgo on the Wth InaU also for Now York with the remain of M soldiers of which number M will bo brought to tills dty for Interment at Arlington WATER PIPES FROZEN Olnrlon Ill AlnioBt Ilntlrrly AVIpvil Out liT n I lrc Which find to lie 1ouRht VVIIIt Snow llttaburfh Pa Fob 17A lire broke out In Wilsons Mlllard ball Main atreat Clarion 18 ami In a short time an ontlra block of bual new buildings was destroyed Low tlniated at 100000 All the water ptlwcr front and tins oitlMSM turned out nod fought the fire with- Inow All teams KMaible vbre preased Into service hauling snow to Use burn tug structures Jho mm roe Town was IMeuaburg ten stifles awayand no poaaiblu help could IMI obtalnoil droni there Petition Inrtorilanns VaAHlngton Fob lrA inemorial of Protest and Petition from the Pco isle of Porto llleo to the Congress of the United States was presented to the senate and house The petitioners ask that the military bo withdrawn that Porto Woo be declared an into grid part of the United States that unrestricted true commerce lie oatab llahcd between tho United States anti the island that American money be substituted for Porto Rican money and that u commission ho appointed to codify tho laws HUll consider insular interest Tho petition Is signed by tho Porto mean delegates in tho city Will ItcMUt Constrncttnii of hood Pekln Feb 11Tohn Fowler Unl toil Status Consul at Chcfoo province of Shantung reports that four thou land armed natives lame gathered m tho line of the survey for the now jorman railway to await the arrival of Scrntan troops Tho natives are letormlned to resist the construction of tho road Veteran of the Civil Witr Ilpiul San Francisco Feb 27Con Patrick Walsh a veteran of tho civil warI died hero utter an illness of n month During the first administration of President Cleveland Gen Walsh wasI pension agent for the Pacillo coast Gen Walsh writs n native of Ireland and was OS years old Immentcrr Train Wrecked Montgomery Ala Fob 27A L A N passenger train frost sew Orleans was wrecked by an open switch near Flomaton A Negro fireman was kill ed Another fireman wen probably In tally Injured and Engineer John Come was badly hurt- Friction Causes n Vlvn Oswego N Y Feb 27r portion of the MInnotto Shido Cloth Cos plnnt at MInnctto n suburb of this city was destroyed by lire Loss WOOOO Tho fire was caused by trio ion In the paint mill Q TRUST GOES TO PIECES Three Receivers Appointed For the United States Milling Co It Controlled Mills In Wisconsin atlnncHOtn New York and ten JCT CX The Coinpnny Can Meet None of IU ObllRatloti Milwaukee Wit Fob 27Thc United Status Milling Co generally known us tho flour trust want U pitcos Saturday afternoon but this fact did not become known until Monday when Judge Jenkins in pro ceedlngs ancillary to the Unite States court of Now Jersey nppolnttdI three receivers for the of w horn are now lu charge of the propertyTne Daplal Thomas of New YorkCharlon K Klmbull ul t Summit N J and Albert C Luring of MinneapolisI lime collapse of the company woi due it tla said to Inability to float Hi seciiritlea on the open market George Win Italian the stockhold t1UJIrlYefollowing statement concerning tin causes leading to tau failure of tlu company in the complaint In the urganlxatlon of the com Inlay snya Mr Itallou It land bcur hoiied that auulelent ineuna woult have bevel provided for the purohatu Ii of the property required by tho cum palsy awl to supply suflicient work big capital to curry on Its liusln s by the sale of Its first mortgage col lateral gold bonds but because of this tight money market and dopressloi in Induatrlal Hccurltiea the company was unable to carry out the plan ant wits obliged to resort to borrowing money on its collateral trust bonds and otherwise urged to secure a torn pornry loan by Its issue of sooallci trust bonds nod further by tho fall uru of this plan by borrowing in opar market The money so borrowed con stitutiv the floating indebtedness which mounts to 1JM50S of which S144JW laI tine and SWHMQ Is on de maud loansM The United States Milling company wu formiHl with a onpital steak off 9UOOOOOO on April 87 18BO havinc aecuriHl control of tho following mill lug property In MlluHukce The Daisy and Foist Krnus ntllls In Superior Tne Lake Superior tin Anahor and tho Llstmann mills In MlnneapollsThe Iveclsior tht Standanl and St Anthony mills to gather with 95 per cent of tho capita tttock of Uio Northwestern Consol lilatvd Milling Cow whloh oporatas apt owtw five big pour mm Ht In DiilaUt Tho iMperlalI and the Cenatmcted Terminal el w ton In New York State The Syracuse nulls the lkddwin vine tnllltt the Ur tau mllbj In Now Jorsoy Nlnetyftvo por cent of tho HeckerJones Jewell Milling Co which operates and owns low largo mills The company Mr liallou seta forth will be unable to iac t any of its ob ligations na they mature Ita oasis Ir this bank Ila but 1000 and it unit nt bills or aoooimU receivable the pro oeeda of which would bo suWcient to meet the matured and the maturing obligations DETROITS BIG FIRE Property In the Shopping Illiitrlc- Dninauril to the Amount of Over One Hundred Tliotmniid DoUnri Detroit Mich Feb 17Fire which broke out in time center of the Wood warn avenue shopping district at now Monday gutted Ute fourstory build Ing occupied by parr Taylor retail dry goods and by Ucorgc C Danini ladles clothing emporium Stream of water thrown from the front and1 rear anti from adjoining roofs aided by tho protection ot flro walla pre vented the blue front spreading to adjoining buildings Marr Taylors has is estimated nt 70000 fully insured Darwins loss 10000 insured Mrs II S Wea ver millinery t000 partly insured ItoBcnswclg s Co slices 10000 in sured Tow dauiHge to thu building Iwhloh Is owned by Lowroy llros oust Insured for 10000 will equal that amount Ur UTnlneyKnoivllle Tenn Fob 97Dr Chas W Dahncy president of tho Universi ty of Tennessee has received notice of his appointment as a member of the committee of International awards at apptllntImen came govern mont Dr Dalmey has not yet accept ed having the matter under advise ment Nomination Continued Washington Feb 27The senate confirmed the following nominations To bo major general by brevet Ilrlp Gun Harrison Gray Otis U S V to ho brigadier generals by brevet Col 0 Summers 2d Oregon volunteer in fafntry and Col II C Kcsslcr 1st Montana volunteer Infantry 50Transferred to Ilnnala WaHhington 1eb 11ho Jupnn cso minister to tho United States Mr Kutnro Komura has been notiI fled by cable frost Japan of his ap pointment as minister to Uuvlu ll will leave for St Petersburg about April 13 Fourteen Wrecks Ilvpartcd London Fob SO Recent itorm hnvo caused great damage unJung tin outlying islands of tho Shetpnds at time north of Scotland whinjit is nk ported fourteen wrecks ami scvcra life buova have been plcOcd I H IISTE1ERF ASHORE t renten stud Crew Will nc Saredi Likely flint the Vessel Will lie a Total ios t Portland Me Feb 20Tho big Al m line steamship Californian whloh jft her dockat midnight Saturday sat ashore on nom Island ledge ist outside of the harbor a few lOin tea It fIlornSng All the passengers are 4qh- ough still aboard Mont of the local seafaring men fc of the opinion that tho rooks five penetrated tho bottom of the BselI In several places and they ubt very much if she can bo IIfvodI lie vessel iis valued at 3000000 The ergo is valued nt 300000 There uref fc cabin five Intermediate and tonJ peerage paawngers beside a crew of IS menCALL j TO BIMETALISTS 1CALL Convention Will Re Bend j I In Iranaa City July 4 Same Date n Uemocrutlo Convention I l Washington Feb 20 Judge J WII ktuckrr of Colorado professor of the wilted tales Monetary league IOSI keen in Washington for several days tonferrinff with the lording bimetal ta throughout tho country with the Iew of getting their oirfnlons oon icrning the propriety of holding a I tuionul convention of blmotallsta at Mime time in the future It iit now definitely determined that such convention will be held in Kan IMS City on July 4 It IIB expected that tome ewe or 800 delegates will be in attendance from all tho states and territories A committee has been olio sea to confer with the local commit tee at Kansas City for the purpose of securing accommodations for the guests A NOVEL TAKING OFF Pennsylvania Man Lies Down on a Illc of Ice In n IlefrlRerator Car and Dies Denver Col Feb Mfhe body of ln man which was founa in a refriger ator car at Eaton Cal on February 4 hut been identified as that of Stuart St Clair of Willlamsport Pa In stead of accident his death iis suicide St their who had been traveling under the name of James Uamlyn ae agent for a refrigerator car company wrote to his wife from Ft Worth last January that ho intended to commit suicide January 27 he lay down on a pile of Ice in a sealed refrigerator cnr and fpoxe to death Isis body was found jben the Colorado t Southern trail replied Eaton a fortnight later Ills fvifc hearing of this incident sent for jMfohotograpk of the dead man am I m positively identified him as her hiu nd Inrry 31 Weldon Stricken ClA nnatl 0 Pcb IGHnrry M Walt n who for the past SO years hat boon porting editor of the CineJnnat Hnqui er was stricken with paralysi early unday morning as he was en train his home on Seventh street Ills rl Ut side is completely paralyzed and h is unable to speak although ho is onscloiiB Ills physicians leave some opcs that tho stroko will not prove fatal Mr Weldon Is 44 years old aI iis well known to the sportln fritter Ity throughout tho Unltot Status ilrltluli Steamship Sinks Lon onFeb15The British stem snip lied City Capt Jones from Newt York February i for Bristol stnwl tlio north end of Lundy Isle In the llrltlah channel Saturday She back ed off and Immediately sank in test ntor The master three olMcers and ten of tho crew reached Lundy Rosh In lifo bonte 1 tie other life boat with the remainder of the crow Is also bo tiered to bo safe I Conference of liner SymijHtlilor II fotr Mt allele Feb 20Idwlers ia- Utls state of the pro lloer movement bye arranging to call n conference i- iPetrolt of those active In the cam k the various states for the purpose f consolldnttng the movement In the hope that such unltcxl effort may be Influential In preparing the way for Wodlatlofi and arbitration of this British Boor differences Street Car Wrecked Atlanta Ga Feb 8A street car on tho Decatur Blue Line was wreck cd nonr Oakland cemetery by atrik lag an obstruction rhlch had evi dontly been placed across the track The car rolled 15 fuot down an cm Imnlsmont The 12 passengers on the tar worn more or loss Injured Her nohol Dellnptrry and Pollcemnn Eu puno Qokor probably fatally Detroit rireranti Killed Detroit Mloh Feb 2dF9ro In tin pont of the Detroit Steel and Spring TOB works destroyed both the corn mnys rolling mills RUU caused the Teeth of Fireman Timothy Kane bo Ulca Indirectly resulting in Injurio to a physician nod an nmbuIanoB drl cr The property low Is about 100 iQO fully Insured Hill Against Trusts Washington Feb 03 Roprosonta Live Richardson of Tennessee Intro luccd joint resolutions against the tccl trust and against trusts in Imrl td wlra wire sushi etc In the form ihnllar to those lutrotlucod by hue igalnst the sugar and paper trusts WcllKnovrii SpOrtlnw Man Dend New York Feb 38 Edwnrd Keor icy a woll known sportsman anil jnmmany politician is tend at Pala 5cach Fla aged 00 yonr lie was fromiwsnt lu tho horso and carrwgt ratio i 0- r I tlft Ccac eae arataaai at a act asa aiae taaraaIt Ij R it I 1 STATE NEWS ITEMS 3 t l1 MIXED TRAIN WRECKED I Turned Over nnd Slid Down nn- KlKliteenFont Knilinnknient anti Only Two Persons Were Hurt Toylorsvlllc Ky Fob GTwo mon wore seriously hurt in n bad wreck near Yoders Station two und n hnlfII north of here The mixed train J known as the Shclbyvllle and DloomII accommodation met with an ac Two passenger coaches an express car nnd thrco freight cars leftI I tho track turned over and slid down nn IS foot embankment I Those badly hurt were John 11Bashaw hip dislocated and bndlyI bruised injuries not considered very fcerlous Howard Simpson bruised I about the body and cut about the j heath considered serious Both of thoII Injured men live in Louisville Bnshsw is a lawyer He formerly represented I I Henry county in the legisla tureThe accident was caused by the breaking lown of a coal oar forward In the train PASSING BILLS Action Taken Upon Two Importantt Mcnunrca fly the Democratic umbers of the Senate Frankfort Ky Feb Mlho demo era tic senate pawed Senator UtloyiI bill making it unlawful for corporations to subscribe to or contribute money to political campaign funds The amount imposed for violation of the law is n fine of from 500 to 500 and refatlon of charter The senate also passed the Coleman antitrust bill It prohibits the operation of pools trusts and combinations of either persons firms or corpora tiaras which seek to raise or lowerr markot values and Imposes hey fines in addition to forfeiture of tin right to do business in this state altosr conviction Ignored Hcckhnma Order Lexington Ky Feb 3An inter sting case involving the recognition of the governor of Kentucky occurred here A Franklin county jury orderedI O G Hellth a Negro confined iu tho state prison sent to the state nay lum hero The Negro was Accompan led by an order from Beckham to return him to the penitentiary when cured The olllclals of the asylum actln in Superintendent E M Wiley absence received the patient but iIg nored Beckhams orders Tho asylum in under a superintendent appoints 3 by hoe Bradley during his term Whether Beckham will act on tht matter is not known Kuttawn Ky Feb 24J P Alex antler of Dawson Springs arrive here leaving In his possession n pardon Issued by Taylor Monday afternoon for the release of Gold Trottoi received at the Eddyville penltentlnr from Hopkins county In September The pardon was presented to Wardei t Smith who refused to recognize it Clearing the City of Armed Mon Frankfort Ky Feb 25 Tlio Frankfort city council passed n resolution i authorizing tim muayorto appoint in committee to investigate the allegeI presence iu the city of armed moun taiieers charged with hinting rued the lives of judges of the court of appeal The resolution direct the committee to call on Taylor am demand of him tho names of all per eons either citixeiiR or soldiers who are quartered in the state buildings and tMi reasons therefor also to investigate all suspicious character found In any part of tho city Onto Will lie Brccted Lebanon Ky Feb 84 Three turn pike companies owning pikes in tin0 county which have heretofore been under lease of the fiscal court refused to lease them for the ensuing year ai tho court would not buy tho propertyf Tailgates will again be erected and a sulHcltnt guard demanded of tho prop er authorities to protect tho gates from being torn away The anti Danville tho Brndfardsvillo Iloustonville anil the CissoUs rivoi turnpikes arc tho roads which refused to lease to this county ScnrohInK for OoeliclM Assassin Frankfort Ky Feb 83 Detective have been sent to two counties In Southeastern Kentucky and also to several counties In Southern tacky to run down clews in regard to tlie Goebel assassination A fund of S5IMO hue beets raised by Goobeli friends Justus Goebel is said to told the legislature that the Gocbo1 family will duplicate any appropria tlon made by tho legislature if this be necowary to run down time Vnlnnlie Horse Dead Paris Ky Fob Annie 211 tho property of J Siam Wilson was launch dead In her paddock Wilson had just refused an otTer of 4000 for her Hills Irnlmin Acquitted Msyflold Ky Fob 24Ellis Grim lam who was arrested several weeks ago on tho charge of poisoning Isis wife was acquitted nt his examining trial before the county judge The trial had boost continued tho fourth time and hind Grunted much interest LunrRed With ANHiiNHluntlon Mlddlesboro Ky Feb 24Nonh and John Reynolds are on trial at hlteburg charged with tho assas sination of Hon W S Wright ill0 was an oxmombzr of tho legislature and a prominent democratic leader i o KENTUCKY POPULISTS i They Will IMirmie a MlddlcofthcI- lonil f Iolluy and Will Sot Ami= late With Either IartyC 1 Litohfield Ky Fob 4TJepopu selectlplolegates t hero with a small attendance The e convention decided to pursue nmld dlooftjieroad policy and wIJl npt nf filiate with either the democrats or republicans In the national nbmina tions Al A committee was appointed to as certain who tho nationalcouldCincinnati convention on MKy 0 and lengthy resolutions were passed Indorsing among other things theIaction of the peoples party national committee at Lincoln Neb and tho j call for n national convention at Cin t a- I cinnati when the true populists of i W tho nation may be allowed to express tyH their will without the dictation of bosses i 1 Reward nor Gochcls Assassin Frankfort Ky Feb211sThe ape j clot committee having In cii gitmebill appropriating 100000 as n rettUnl for the apprehension tit llthe 11I murderer or murderers of the lato William Gochcl will reportq thQ bl11Jto the house Tuesday with an expres I sion of opinion that ft gnoald Pass The fight will be moue to immodit oflegtified all democratic members td bo in their seats that day Tho mcas uro will probably conic tq a vote on its final passage either Wednesday ot Thursday How iocbol AVu Shot rankfort Ey Feb 24 Lltle by lutle the result of the autopsy1ifpon Goebels remains is getting to tho public The official statement of the physicians holding tho autopsy will prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that Goobel was shot iu tho right side the ball passing out at the back As evidence of this it will be shown that n piece of ono rib was pressed inward I penetrating the right lung Had the ball entered the back and come out at the side it would have pushed thin piece of rib outward Ii Federal IrlHoncrs Sentenced Louisville Ky Feb 23A number of prisoners pleaded guilty in the United States court to selling liquor without license and were given 1p0- a fines and a jail sentence of 30 days Thoy wore Bufovu Gilbert Larkin Miilllns Robert Hay Sy DurharaJMiV lard Phlllpot James TlSglnntl IcmiicI Balk and Taylor MIckels Miles Cole man charged with Illicit distilling anti retailing was given n JOQ fine and six months in the county jaiL Child Killed Ilcriclf Mayileld Ky Feb 23 Dommlo May the 12yearold daughter of P M Coplen a prominent tobaccdulst while playing with a 42calbcr pistol accidentally shot herself through the i head flying n half hour later from the wound The bullet was found ou the floor Mr Coplon is an oxdeputy sheriff of this county and lately moved here from Wingo L1lIled the IIIahvn7mnn Paris Ky Feb SOrWilliam GI1 losplo of Plum Llqk was on hla way Qioine when a tSugro stepped boforo him end ordered him to throw up isle hands Instead of doing tills Gil lesple drew Js revolver 1 He was too quick for the would bo highwayman and shot him dead The Xegro is unknown OJ Soldiers Had Sumllitox howling Green IC F12GaJDr J M McCormack secretary of tho tato board of health rpc dyed infprmation that three members of the Covington military company have smallpox It Is Iknown here that several of the members of the Morgnntown com pony which passcfl thronjjc thiS city are 111 of the disease i n1nRCh11 Firm DlHMolrcd Tarns Ky Fob 2Glhe noted firm of Clay Woodford horsemen has been dissolved by mutual consent Col E F Clay retains Kunnymedo stook farm Cpl Woodland will de voto oils time to Bucontqade stock farm tVIII Help tUtor Moorei Lexington Feb 24The Liberal so duties of Ohio anti Kentuckyhave In augurated a movement to raise funds 0to defend Editor Clmrlea Chilton Moore in tho fcdoyql courts oa charges of sending obscene matter through the mails= c t I IIEleotlon of Ooelielii SuceOMiior Frankfort Ky Feb25rItsls an nounced that Senator Carter will as sumo the right to cult nn election for senator in Benton county tp succeed Mr Goebel and has stunned March 5 as the day- Itetlred Steiimbont Cnptalii Dend Owensboro Kyf Hub ia yCnpt James MathewB R pronjlnoit atireil trnmboatman died sufltlcmf of apoplexy nt his homo i Iruljr kvas tl union soldier and slnco the vririarvetl j on bonds between CtnclhnatVifthu New i Orleans ll- j I jIHtoua to Ile AunlyitdA- JtJ Loulfivllle Ky job2ITJm stomach of Newton Kelly of lhniuence who died under susplclpua clrcum statees wybtje out on ccived lucre by CHcmft ll0iKelly 1I who will make an analysis i Y rr 4- T f M- 1I k THE TGeorge HICKMAN KY FRIDAY MARCH 2 1900 The Boers Surrender L At last the brave Boera Iwvo been compelled to surrender to the overpowering numbers and resources of the British which of coarse is only the beginning of the final triumph of the British Gen UronJe the Boer command ere after weeka of gallant and des perate fighting surrendered his force of about 4000 men at Fund eberg No doubt there will beth many desperate battles before the end of tbe war but tbe email Kepnbllc cannot long resist the great power of England New Election Law Wanted Senator Jo Blackburn in an authorized interview declares in favor of a new election law fa vora tbe old viva voce plan but periling that wants the present Legislature to ao amend tbe present law aa to compel a fair repro aentation of both political parties on the State Count and precinct election boards or offloers He aayi be favors it not aa a couces lion to the Republicans but be cause it ia right anu that Qov Goebel favors each changes and would have BO urged hall he lived He says the existing elertlon law caused tbe democruta to lose 20 000 votes in the last election We think Blackburn right In this Declared Elected The Contest Board hearing Iho uonteat cases for the minor State offices decided in favor of the Democratic claimants They were immediately sworn In to tin duties of their respective oflUaB anti proceeded in a body to the Executive bnildiue in Frankfort cud demanded possession of their Republics opponents which of course WISPS refused The onueB mow RfJ Retort Ihr fJQrIt 7h i Democrat thus declared to UP elects rII 0 U 11111 Secretary of State BT BreokeiirldgeAliornexGen era1 GUI Coulter Auditor Wilbur Huger Treasurer H V Me CheeneySuDl Public Instruct Ion Clerk of the Court of Appeals Sbackleford administered the oath to each nut their bonds were executed SPLITS in the Populist party do not attract the attention they did epIntie power EXPANSION without imperlalte- should be the Democratic battle cry this year A policy of nega tion of fighting the inevitable andt ignoring the traditional policy of the parly will bring ally confu lion and defeat IT ia a curious commentary onI tbe healthfulness of tbe Philip pines regarding which Senator Beveridge bad BO much to sny that out of 1400 men In tbe 21stt Infantry a regular regiment COO are nw reported unfit for duty A CONFBBKNOE at Chattanooga of the MormonI Presidents of State conferences for the States of Ken lucky Ohio Tennessee Miasissip pi Louisiana Alabama Georgia and several other Southern Stales bas been concluded Seventy del agates were In attendance The business transacted waa in rein lion to the missionary work IIn these States Headlines in the Salt Lakei lily Tribune heralded the home coming of Brigham Roberts us follows Roberta at his fireside Utahs rejected representative returns home and ia once more IIni tbe bosoms of his families Starts for Oontreville but stops on the way an hour at the home of Na ber Three IT Is queer that while the Reich stag la securing reports of the failure of German colonies to an ever expectations and while the J British are rejoicing over greatt though not deoiaite victories Iinr South Africa many German news papers continue to predict Ihi the collapse of Great Britain about to be laid bare This of course ia one of iboae cases when i l thoughtbotg abilities etiould be respected 1 L = LOCAL NEWS Dan Riot the great showman Is daft Lj Comoaud see tin good bargains we have for you BALTZBK DODDS This is a bargain world anti lots of people uxpect lenttn discipline nt reduced rates lay Go to II BUCHANANS for first clasfl Northern Clover Seed free from Baokhoru Winter would be nil right It It was summer nnrt 8unnu wonla henll right iif it was winter Unless the modern novel is both moral cud Immoral it donsnt lUlorCti- tthc general public 1aDALTZSR it DODDS are sell injTthoir winter clothing aln rcdicn lous price Women who worry get the blues nt 8oa5on of the year by trying on eir last years soot watts hTlle National Democratic Conven tion ie called to met in Kansas City Mo July 4 The call embraces nil who nro in favor of HeDublioxn institn tious as against imperialism The Populist Stato Convention at Loltohfloltl was oulr attended by 16 or SO delegates They oppose fusion and will send delegates to the Oinoiunati convention to name a Presidential tick et ttSriakc yonr Fowl and Game to Snow SUAW The swore cold weather which we have just experienced in this section mar bo a grout benefit by preventing tint farther growth of the already swell iing buds on the fruit trees and be thermeans of saving uw this years fruit crop Big water is not expected this sect son by those who are watching the rlv ors says the Cairo IJaleliu It is ex petted that the river will fall hole to day and will go down safBoieRtly to keep the reptilar spring rise within very moderate boundstA Detroit clergyman r raaoea the novel proposition that if Adam lint J dayhosalary of tGO n day be would rot leave e rue l by this time ns much property as is owned by Rockefeller or sander hilt The Sciouoflf Amfrtean eoggntt Mutt if pert are afraid of lightning sin ply put sin your rabbtve w d stand np ywhWbethyon are wiiectly tate tar rubber ia a j irompMMlyiDsuhffisnlaKtA pcditielaoatNr1cechorclt T7h ti file foairibatiou lutaaet rebelled them the out ou ire tad threes a silver dollar in iuuJ nruiau to tM other who were diKKiu m their pork eU tar some chang he said Nner I mind buys thin u all paid for B If you want ratT1rft rtwr p ciuli- Qu htv ill MISSES AKI IHlU1iU lS ttEN1 g- It NlllWY 1Ua tUr unr hug IKialfe N YLUK- Ci h She ikur We an tit grnntwit coffer Iriaktni ia the world la Jla9i we oed 030000 iOlIO poUR II of coffee tale is 10000000 jiODude more than was caniiua d by the oombiued oountriw in Europe who Increased our ooneatnpUou of cot fee daring the put year at the rate of more than a pound per penou Fnlum hoe bonght the Murreil property 000 and will erect a new Uity 1 Hull thereon at n ooet of 11000 The soooud story will tit seed for a city court room nud on the groand liner tint May or city clerk marshal sand superintend out of water rt ores will have office and room for fire company and in the falllThe flying machine of M Dr San tea Dumont of Pans is sold to have made a complete tour of the Eiffel tow ofmtagVatported by an allaminuut screw making 1 200 revolutions per minute The car Styehoflight A short time ago there was a tale phone wedding IB which Miss Minnie ISddoss of Memphis and n roan supposed to bo Norwood Brown of Vin field Kantian figured Now Mica Eddosa discoverstthe town for some time and that another man nnporsonatad him over the tele phone Miss Eddoss grieves the more because tho bridegroom whom she doesnt want ono secured SOO of he money from ono of her Wiufield ruIn tives and has left for pasta unknown WE have saved many doctor bill since we began using a I ongh Itomecfy In our lioute We keep a bottle open all the time nod when any of my family or I begin to catch cold wo begin to use the cough remedy and H a result we never have to send away fo a doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Ohamborlain8 Cough Remeay uov er falls to sago It id certainly a mid icine of great merit and worD S MEAKKLE general merchant and farm er Mottle Bedford Co Pa For sale by Oowgill Oowgill Hiokman anc A M Shaw State Line druggists Wherever good roads are to b0byfound says an exchange there the pie tiro well todo nud prosperous flea1 roads tho foundation of civilization wUommuulcation is education activity success In many sections whore rout s aro passable only rigging enchain periods of the year business thrives tor the time and daring the remainder of th year tho people aro isolated In rarej sections the market is accessible to farm products only at snob times as the roads are passable to heavy loads The activ ities of a Dcoplo keep pace with the moans of communication Their com fueflitiaIss 1 and educational success depends on tite caso with which tho pcoplo can miugln and oxuhango ideas Civilization im inrovos as the various departments of human activity ago brought to successful issue 7ci TAX While tlio Iniierlnllatp of ttifU S are anxious lolniltitu thu ItIb oils of Enylund in regard to Rvlo nlul government then are opjoa od to following the Urltiehjfls toot in regard to the enforces of WnldorC Income tuxjjtil lions of 8 pIxsnIrlntedI a citizen of England Not onolellt 01 inuouio tux hue tills man tier been required to pay Intel IreM JovernlUentBnt tlli Is icompelled to pay tthe English Iiv eminent 313 per cent lux o i he tllilPHfromj IItelttllOlIltIf YuriEfttlWllt1111 ate tilt IIIly Mtunumcgovernment 1roteuted by American us receiving all tire benefit from lie imunicipal improvement1 of I ew York City Maur conirtbnteN uo exvItmr I go log to double the ground rev on I bla New York holdings Ihli imature n doubling of Iris in ine and a payment 10 England ofi43S2 r JIfgreat revenue from taxing tl tin come of tine man iaI there my reason why hula country el lid Inot follow Its example i Uf oonrue Ithere lire some o life ltlon to Ihlsl form of taxation lot tthese objeotiona have been c trr come In England and uert dy no man is better able to pay tu es than the man who IIH isle iied with an income The Fate of Auilree The London Standard prliws a lletterI received from BItholtJtlV limn of MonoDonee dated HMil ton Bay October 1 Buying uto Bttquluninx oatno here thin mi sitar1 tntveling from the fur n rb- II tell that two while tutu lull come down from Hie sky In i M luau the reniHltiH of mulch Ud been seen They were muni red by HO m i Ei qniniHiix I lielitno thin authentic IIBI I bare not Und limo tu iiirjuirelJ II IIM tliw gen oral belief Hint lliinltx it dJts the isle oft AKIIrtie rev atjontltsi vpurn ago liurli A i itoe North Ptie in a buinoti T IT ia very hard to NNIK ids aul- air He de r ores suffer while awUtinic the INYa doctor to come and see his bUd then very sick with croup No tnduag the doctor in he left wonl for 1 Ida to come at once on his return nLltIO bought H boule of Chamberlains ugil Item edy which he hoped woul HIV sow o refiuf until the doctor shbild arrive In a few hours he returned saving tin o the doctor neeilut tome IIlbe child was muoh bettor Tho dngKUt Mr Otto Scholz says the fumil hoi ulna0 recommended Ohauiberlaiia Cough Itmuedy to their neighbor md fneuds until he hiss a constant dtkcuad tar it from Unit part of the county Fur alo by Cowgill Cowgili lllctman and A 31 Shaw Statet Line drtggiiu THEY OBKYK1 ORDERS Specking in opposition to the pHgflitge of the Puerto Riimn tariff bill OongreBomau LlltleflflJ of Maine rotnlnded his felloe Jte publioana that the bill wire drawn HgaiiiHt the advise ol Gen Ditla Ithe Atiierlean Governor Gei erttl of Puerto Rioo ngiiluat the pro test or tlio prop o of Puerto Rico SecrtluryrmendatioiiB of President McKln try cud ngaltiBt the original reo niuiiiendalloiiH of the chairman of tthe Wnya cud MeaiiH Oouiniiitee The trouble scents to be that the Republican party did not HO itaII roar the tnrift trnHia with regard1 in Puerto Rico It failed to eve Mutt there wire a source of revenue mattrIn the exaotioiiH 1 Ithe helplesu Porto Rlcana whichI to11lIoroHome for a Wnlf 1dlayftold Mirror The letter below was received1 County Judge Elinorr Feb 21 I 1cud ia self explanatory tiny per son baring information or n RHnn parentagofe oolnunnultunite in oonfldenoo couujI Judge Elmore dear sir You IhefllcteI IrrI I Ih19thI la about ltwt months old cudtennearly frozen when wo awoke 1 think it came from tills town I IllJhhKhedInI J B EMBBiON I i Sheriffs Sale for Taxes tlie followiiiB IIt n Hi nf reall e uie sad too loti to lot cold for cub la html t l the court bon + a door In Hloktn D Fulton countr Kr on Monday March 12 1900 It 1 oolock p nt being County Court I1ft11ror State and County Ind Collfff axes due for the you 1899 A S Clerk CO Sans of Und Stale sail county tux 0 Uli cell 160 10 U W II Orfn 25 torn of Und ijinlt and county Us n cost 110 SOli W II Green Its Mu D E Qrcen ICO ocr r land Shale Iud clan I VMS 226 cot J160 376 rsdoryt Knorrr 6no lots date- and county lax OC3 college tux 7 00 coil 160 1613 Qeo K Itegari help 3JO aerrr Und NIII it and county lz 4 46 school ux I 20 COM 1 60 710 Jobn W Smlili 00 lore of l lint 8ile and county Ux 36Sjt rOil 1 60 418- J Q Sraitu 60 Sena of Und Smif and countr lax 823 0111160 478 0 S Wil oa187ncrrr Und Balel and county sax 6 20 cAd I1M 0 70 r M T Wlldon 80 Sores of Und Stale and Cfliinty tax aV3 I school I ltx 160 coin 1 10 623 HICKMAN rOlOHEb LIST Elmira Atkm 1 lot Karti IMcknun Sint and rouniy tax Jr11 school tu 60c curt 1 60 827 odrMti Drown 1 lot 11t lUck mmi Bias led count las 169 ichol lx 131i col I16u 4 40 Tom thrown 12 un Ion hart Hick man 8141 ei x364 school lux 0108 ud 00 4 OUt est 1 60 9W inn Ur wn 1 town l111 E Illckmnu Simt tx Olj costt 160 214 ohn thrown 4 Un Old1 IMckmnn Slate six 269 school tn 16i i 011 1 60 6 H- Amu Curler 1 town lot StuS2a i school tn ISc cat 1 60 lM Ja Cr 1 Ut Kc lllekm n Butt in 184 evil 160 2 8- 1Uryi Crvwiltr 4 lot foil Illekmin Scale tux 1691 sound Ux 94oj ten 1 tO 401 Uo Ewing 11let in Eatl Hlckman 8ue tax 196 school lax 1 1111 ei 160 482- FonvllltI heirs 2 loli iad Illekmnn State ix 1 169chool Ux C8o u1 160 372 Ell Jn n 1101 E Illeknua Suie lax Villi at I160 4i CIr Ltndtr 2 town lout E Illtk Mate tax 1 9Ai itliI reell Ux 98- ud 99 274 e1 110 i 19 Ptxini Utt IIltwn tlei Stu101rehool tax 12 eut lM 431 TajUr MtOtlirr 1 tot l4at lltekiimn Face Tar 134 ideal Ia 931W2W Mil ISO 609 Clint NehM 2 lOll ivul llekni n F4e tux 969 tetitol tax lWj N ll60 SW Jolla I Ionlot E4et Ilel State Ilax 1 Batt Mfcovl tax iMftff +M 160 Y fIG Marih Ittldi helm 0 Ilawn Ilast iV- UUkiuMn 8i ae lox tOOt tefcoeT INS 75ej ceil 1 60 4 16 lies IWlin 1 sown lot 8utt Ux 104rot 160 il4 JtfJ intord 2 taro Eat OlebtleaN 120Pl J 41Pr 1 Itt Sal 111 tOLu 1 ftwet 160 1 IH Daft 8yn eur Iwo Ut JhaN- tax 182 e tt 160 t ft- Naihtn TItI a nwa tel K IItkI Sate tax 227aelcaollasi 1893 tnd1 99 S OUt o ti 160 0 77 Robt TboraptM I lot Km IHekmnQ Suit ux I e4 i 1Chea1 lax 1898 nd99 2H oat 16nI 4 Alex Tllltwerlb 11tot R ItUkaan Sat tx 182 toil 1 W 282 U U of PlUlt 1101 Ki Illtk m n SUi tax for rrt 180S sod 1U90 160 119710HiCOLydl 4 town loll Sialt lax 283 ehool Ux 99 and 99 1371 ort I 60 C Of Will Walker 1 lot E Milkman State III 164 Celt 160 8 14 Felix Willcmon 1 itwn I I81111e Ux 1 61 cliool tax 98 end 99 285 eol 1 60 449 Cat WlliUm i tat E Illcknin Suite Ux 182 tiheol tn 118 colt 1 60 306 J T STUUliLEFIEI Shtrlfl Fulton County Ky Farmers Free Column Under thin heading will hereafter bo pnbltahcd notices not to exceed 0 linos each from armors who afro inbsnrib productp Aply For Sale A flue Jack R Y McCoxNEtt Jordan Ky Cow for Sale Fine Durham Cow with young oalf Apply to LUTimit MAnboz 1FURSALE Good Clover Hay 7 per ton at rick Good milk Cow with young calf Black Laugghau Chickens and eggs Tho finest healthiest and layers of 1111 Apply to M1 A MODAKIBL For Sale Wynndottesfrom lea 1 f160 per 15 from pen 2 100 per 15 J W Jonrfsrox Mayfield Ky AeF OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY drE A tRIAL wben you yrani GIVE kmu1hlng done or repair In spsoaliyuI alto keep a Undertake rs Gooda Blackffiilriiujiln nhnrl notice a id at rtaion able Irlce Qlre nu K call ft Shopnear the Jail i CI eJW r 1 i l lhCijw Ul Jcitggflsta IIIUUQU1l1fUtS PUtt UIIIIJIJrONIUS COUGH S1iIUI- Sillf N D rr ll I i HIIUtI18 l T PRSCRLP1ONS Carefully Compounded j I II1xlnr MBfiftgtint I JrowfllJII prominent men In hunt country In fnvir of iinnexntlon to the United States Tliu Jilc iriicuniiH feel thatI winos once their territory IIH dlvldI I furIOIHIIO a dominating fiiiturp to I whteti sill other ioiitIilirni loins OoilHtHlltllyI I flmgtiNttH would bo glad in have lire at rinse arm ol this United States to prtbervet order If Nlu itrHjrini wire iiiuifxrd nil quen hulls about Itau Oloytule flub wtr- IItreaty would be HeilledVhup I Iho country lutlciuKlng to the United Simon the uiiiial would bo nfl lUnch an AnuTlciin rati rway na 11113 riser In tint United SnitiH OLD COLD WHISKEY W 11 WEBSTER 8U1K AtET Fun Union Ci y Tenn THIXTON MILLET CO UtotillAti OWKNgllORO KY I 1fM Breadle I BTAFP or LIJJlI afro TO Oft I1 S GOOD FRESH BREADS Now + rnwBaRcrg I T lircadj Cakes and Pies Baked DailyI illalUi011tCIQ1tLa VOlt Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolate and Candies Cigars and Tobacco stfkFRESH OYSTERS t 1 aad OBLHtr WBOBTBD DAILY I rt PriIIL Ost1u my asylife Hill nt All boom tiri t7sw Ue iqgItr tow City Bakery t Ii l MA Mw + C4CaCt lA 1 i1fr1 t aJeSwte wQO1 tlng lIanges The Best in the World I You niinof llalio a 1 sit nice nil urlllg One of tie Ranges J Oas of HA alloltn 1olnlB IB Its ECONOMY IN TaE USE OF FUEL I d MlunlrflBn3IIIJCull and IxaiiiiiM Them YonMI liny no Oilier E ee1t A 1q e + wr lwrl l ae 1lire 1a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS j IDMr UI4UUJIUb18G TOM DILLQV Sr Propr I t aulear u R c KaMtft d+eM Marble and Granite Monuments O TT K 33 1 3JJT G STONIfi 11OR1tofI nil Kliul IIRON KUN01NQ c0o ETiohman Ky o II W B WEBSTER DI8ALKR IN IIiNn KUNrmCIf ANIrmNNIISSlm WIIISKIISS SOLI AQKNT POK 00OldnoMountain I Old Slandard Lincoln Co I Llnooln Oonnly B 3OOII SPECIAL OFFERDEAR SinIam pnablpiI fullqUl1rl8WHIflKBY for 85500 EX PHIJSS PREPAID5 RYE I propose to ship mi nnprovil In dicae piHh BXeH win no marks to InooiiKMii VVben yon rocHvo iIt silent iHI it If It Is lsfnelacy return it nt tiny tXIIIIII cud I VIII rerlllltl von 30 TlTa moat liberal offer and I await yonr orders Yours vtry truly is i I W R WMBHTEK Union Oily TenD f S J J 1 wii rerraa- 1 Rintlroaal VI me ffeblv I N 0 fir St L II It I LKVVKXi AIIHIVHH j tulml Nc M aI hlll p Train N M 711 A M J Troll lieS it 2iM p mlII Tr lu No 4 SW fml h Local and Personal q Len Shnw wits In Fulton Sunday ou business Mr C W Holcombo visited FitI toil Tuesday J9 800 our lino of Mens hate for Spring DAUT7BK Donna Frank M Oreolnmii of Cairo HI was in tho city Sunday W D Jones of Woodland Mflis was iu the oily Monday Maj J 0 Harris of Tip onvlll wits In tho olty Bftturjdiiy jse Dig iMrgatim in winter goods at BAITXEK A Donm Tho Oltjr Oounull will meet iu rev ular iftfslou Monday sight Services at Ile Ohrtotiau Chnrrh Sunday by RId A S Dabuey Tho Kutbrotdenr Crib will meti with Mrs J II MllleU to morrow pre MrI J W maud rMvnuxt SaiHiay I from n visit to relative at UHMMIOWD Ky BlUer O 0 Woraw wUl preach at Euwbodytuvited arXoJy HM MMI Shoes for ipnag ILuTSB a DOOM Mrs II n lieckuutn NttmiM Woo opoOlranhuMwR S Roberta and little dilbtor and M its Mabel Cloakier left Sai day iiljibt for St Lenta- 1ST Go toll BociiAXJUtB tat flnrt oloM KortHuru Clover Seed frte truw HuekhoruMr f L LeokerL of Uri Oily a tar to lumoor and laud delir1 udon the CourSer Monday ClmrMo Motor of New Madrid Mo wtu in the city thii week boomtag New Madrid us tho bet town in this section trjfcNew Mnn Mm1 ralk1 NunaI tens NeolcwsAr at UUTZEK A DoD 8 Mm Anna Uo44t who hut bee I vMtlHg roluUwM in Hickwati returnedI 18 her homo UlorfcMlale Mis Monday 9MrsLtlHe Walt oft on TsrstMy9 for Ooaia whore ebo wilt probably tnula permanently Brook vtlle Yia I Star Mtes Nellie Roger left Bondey night for a vinlt of wvwal movuw u relatives iu Plitkulnlitkln and ogre Penunylvanla p tuls R kFtiroicr oH wltJi ymnr pmdftee at MTU1 B11AWJS lUg Store Loimvfllo never Iliad a linegea orally popular job ou bor hand taithat of flung to resolve and eaterUln 4thll Ill Coafedemlo war tug Utto May 4ae 11tll nMonteewrt was paid yniuntoy to the vrHlow through tho agettev of Mr P W Bnnilay Deoaaoo held another policy for 12000 Murtor Jewi II LotMford MM Mr and MM Mot Lunnford died at b fatlHiri burnt thiA county Prktay Might last of m niuKlti Ht WM about 17 yogi of age WM a prowtang ergIn every rotaot D pi eyraimtby lannul the familyi Some iioautiful Pattvrns We have r00 bolt wall p ptlr left from biitymr which we sire oiling at lean than I WILSON BOOK Mm Anglo Parka n llet of tlttllate ThoMai Purtf died in Nrwbaru1eua Met Sunday night and WM burs in Hiokuian Monday evMitug Tart The decoa d was the daughter of Um late Jamfl A Ovorton and the uaother MM Hd Billion Her death bM beto Qxjvooted for vovernl moutbn put 8to was a most excullout noble cbrtMi a wnioan a inombrr or the C P Ohnrrb and leave teverul danghtora and sans roluUve4 and many fnoad to mwu her lloss Tho two new boats being built at JoTarmvHSo Ind for tie Lie Lim nro twins In SILO j owrr and gratrnlI npj oaranoo Tim JArlcw Lw U lb furthest adano l alit will btI ready i o learn in alas two weelw theI Row cnn Leo IU nn the blOOlft out on dtp bank well soon t rowdy to launch Both have sue fn onbiuft with twos and will lItf furnish cd in ulugniiM Tlwy are oaoh IVO feet lung SO fuot boom and have fin f iodop 11 of hold three Urge sUel boilers ungiuoa 10 hub erlindera and nenI stroke Iud supplied with all modt ifllctimprovement Including oleel I llghtHtST of Floor Matting a- I h Oil Clotjust received They are a choice tolrotlnns and I 1have put tthr priM vory low ou Uieai Ooino ii audI 11Fmake your oholoo bofore the aloek i broktlUWi H 0 AMBBMU Three Illokuum young IBU uot 71ctfall totiged society geuts ventured out ou tholr first soraunde to Sonia young r snuurbnn Misses trod after oujoyi tholr tunsio II Mama invited them and to refreshments whore they re mained to a Into hour in happy smtlw and as n shelter from tho down ponril rain From somo cause tiara young juou lost their Loads where thoy thought they had only loft tholr hearts They starMd for town through Iho dark plu tonUa shadows of hills and hollows drenched and shivering from the sleety i rain uud hove iu sight of a light nUll1 houso ThJukiug themselves Hearing homo houses they shouted to arouse tlit1 inmates when Jo I and bless you A Mamas voice again answered Wlut jiro you llttlo foots doling wading aromHl t all tills time Ib the wet and cold Alt ftosho took thuiu in again gave them n nice room and a warm bed null th f Best morulug sent them back home Ic tljrtJr own mamas IOJt LlhunlU lrhu turn tholr boys looso from their aproiTsfrrdirs on dark nights should inn I a bible ou them so that if thoy got losl Roaio friends may know thorn I I I f I I I I 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 14 4 4 I f I j A MAN LIKE OLD SHOES How ranch a 1Itilko old shops Fnr inntaucp mch a soul may lot tightBy tAmIThey bnth neod honling oft are And both In time turn all to SQtt1I With shoes the last is first with wen The first shall be last and when The shoes wear out theyre moudcd new Mm wear out life mewl dead too They both are trod upon and both Will tread on others nothing 10RlhIBoth HaVe tholr ties and both luolino When polUiiotl In this world to shhieI IToa l Irhnmbsrlntnswill not cost you a tout if it does noI IiattaIn oue third tho time required by any other treatment Outs burns frost UMA mosey pin in shin and client IClAlllhllar nUll of for swolliuga are quick 4warrantedowdUdb Oowgill Hlrkmau and A1 4- M Shaw Swto Lino druggists 4- A PUSS iiiE MILLIONAIItK Uu account of an old deed that hnH- jll6t cone to light a youtg lady of 4- Itulton may come in powwuton of two Million acres of land in Virginia which iuclodes scTrral small towns If this deed to valid and the nly trw one it will throw tbMuands of people out of bows and land The name of the Ful too fair one cannot be givers Jnt uowi but from all appearance oho hardly re altars the goof tortnue that may bo in store for her Falton Leader Par Polite Correspondence The latent novelties in hue Box PII per Tablets Ao Broken packages of paper sad envelopes extra hue stosv litI oo t and lea WiL 0vfi BOOK 8rOItEI A Hlcknian Boy to the Frontj TM Havana Unba Dally Jonrmil of Fete 14Ut MS A well deserved aotiott laM been mode In the l1ro11 dee rtMistt Win C Strung ypork has been extremely wtttsfactorp to III the department while be was employ ed as Tosjeber clerK has been promoted to eoroont Captain Wither F Smith as payituwter Mr Strong U one of tho taut cuorteons and oomjMjteut employ es or the department and his many friends are eragrutulaltug hun upon tho rsooRttittou of his services BIG OUT in pries on all Winter Goods to make wow for Spriug iitoot ltSt U O All BItO Jordan an blnpplnp Point opt W A Shook ot Jordan paid us a pleasant visit Saturday evening Mid taW M the following interesting tafonsmtkM t In the laws twelve months then hM bn shipped from Jordan 908 MSMl f MMta 4W7 logs and 501 sheep tl NIl loads iu all73 to St Louis I to NItW Orleans and 1 to Mobile Union City Oom Courier A Card of Thanks mby I and attention they gave mo anti tny family in my last illnc i for I was slok a long time and they never got tired or weaned of giving me tho best of atten tion May God be with thom now l ever more J O and SUSIE BARNES AiitiMpHc Klinvo trurThe Tree Barber Shop u the place to got au antiseptic race wash This prep aration aftor shaving renders antisep cIlA man who has kept account of tho- r nuwbor of kisses exchanged with his wife during their union consents toil- e a pnbilraJkm an follows Pint year SO SOO Moood year 10000 third xr 1060 foart n Y120 i fifth year 2 He then left ofrTTccping record rolleatnnlug with this year all clocks IH Franoe are to or nm ou the twenty four hour divi ion Tho hour of 24 iis midnight and the hour one in tho firstt hoar following What formerly wits 1 4P in is row 18 oclock n most uulnoky boar pr 6umalilv and If one is going to A theatre matinee at 315 p m by tho new method he will go at 14 10 Tho nI txdinaryesenhltdlnnurwillbob0tweoII at 10 will go to bed about 2S oclock As to whether tho now system will be pop Itnlar or not remains to be soon though it has been satisfactorily used by sino oontlueutnl rnllroadR for a few years Fnlr1A ton Ky that all the civil engineers on the Southern linos ot tho Illinois Con reSpOOtIIorIrI I making neraaary surveys to i Mrs 1111 fifty miles between illaut Cairo JudKiug1 train thi urilirs the I ntt ttamy of IIHMO in the work U grinit Some time last year preliminary sur veys for this work were begun but uot poshed 10 completion owing to row change of plans at that tinto Enough work was done thou however toox thungwithiiin t Urge very rt tune 1ftNow that tho Contest Liw ycrri ate beguininc to agree whyr only not the people hegln to dp the same and then 1110 contest ants Hiitl contestantees uilalit he Induced to take n hand anti alto gather thu matter might time beI come considerably more pleasant thou It hue heretofore been tit tnru sure wo arc agreeable KBNTUOKY her hud four Oov iriiiirs within the lint four mouth a reiieiird that probably 10 otterr Hinio nun equal Itwus Ort Ur alley then Tailor then Got bul and uow BeukUntu I BIGl 1 1Ia Sacrifice Sale OF W1mJte 1 GHJ II J IN ORDER to close out qui k the different lots mentioned below we have made EXTREME LOW PRICES to make them move prices way yonder less than wholesale pricesI WE II A VE SET ASI DEtiUK1rSh Counters for these goods and they must sell their value It will certainly pay you toJcalland examine You cant keep from making a irchaoe at these low prices Every item a JHlG BARGAIN I GQJUULot 25wRegular 75MENS1 I 625MESS 1000 l MENS 1000 anti 1050 lIKhtwetr t t OVERCOAT for 795 525BOYS 1000 lightweight OVERCOAT for for175CHILDS 2K and 250 OVEKCOAT 6 to 10 years old OVERCOAT for98cOHILDS lCO and 175 5 to 10 years old 98cKNEE SUITS 1 60 and 125 hoay weight for hJ ror35KNEE SUITS 000 anti C60 sy weight 75INEEiglttor225NEE SUITS 300 heavy w t Heavy Winter Lipgy gy Robes SI 25 Robed for 98c lCO Robes fur 110 176 Robes ferr 135 250 Robcs for 186 850 Robes for 250 400 and 450 Robes 325 1300 Robes Rubber lined 225 1 Lot 75CToi Baltzer Dodds IOUU DIU HATS OFt PLEASE Xetaodltt Church Ilcqnest to the La dies of Us Congregation From Chicago Inter Ocean The Methodist Church of Ma sou Ci y III one of tho strung tiand popular organizations with Dr Dewitt Clinton aa pastor has started a crusade against the big hints worst by the Indie Theyve caused a great deal of annoyance to both pextB in public congregit dons The oulclHl board in see slots passed the following resolu lion whiidi It Iis hoped will have u salutary effect RpKiilved By lliwoniiitial hoard of Ithe MethodlHl Episcopal church thatit Ibeinc iu hiirmoiiy with inovenifiila all over the country and that it ia in strict conformity with customs and with IIIWH iu some of the stated of the unionI lie ladled of the church el11inlug morning i nd evening services that while we iidinlro the artistic creation of the heiulpear of our wives Ruth sweetheartH wo will promise not to lose any of our luvu or flection for them if flips will unaniinouxly grout the roo quest of this petition HINTING AT AX ISSUIi National Democratic Com eImitten in the call for the Ooiiven tion to be held iu Kansas Oily on July 4th liintci at nu issue or two but did not go Into details Thee ad vocal e of pure economical and constitutional government1 togethernHllllliitioiiR null nominate canilP dates for President stud VlooPre lt Ident and nil who fnvor theI re- Public and oppose the emiiirB sire invited to iiartteipate In this Ihesola the only blot of platform plunk suggested In the call Our rency questions goldanti silver tariff fur revenue only as opposed to tariff for protection UrL not hinted utI but imperialism1 uud theI empire are specllled iu thee cull Ho Fooled theSurgeons All doctors told Reulck Hamilton of Noel Jefferson O niter suffering 18 mouths from Rectal Fistnla ho would perlamedBuokleun Arnica Salvo tho bost iu the world Surest Pilo euro ou earth 85o a box at nil drug stores 9- N +tli A BENEFICENT TRUST II eels the lesson of a benefi cent ttlmst In a nutshell The Stan dnrd Oil Trust sold oil lit eight cents a gallon a year ago It has quotingbesifterau increase of 62i per cent And yet this trust paid 80 per cbtit dividends lust year on a wat ered capital of 100000000 There ought to be n good sized rakeoff here for the various religious In slIiuiioiiB on the Rockefellers mendicant list A 1ORCB of fifteen special clerks will sums bogus to weigh the mall carried by the different railroads or the State Tile railroads are paid u stipulated rate per mile for each pound of mail carried and this nenefiaitatea the weighing ot mall sifter it Iin placed aboard tho train The snail will be weighed TheIYetgllteeI ington sand in this way the aver ago weight for each day la never tained Tills will form the basis upon which the railroads are paid fur ithe next lour years Ranker touts a Robber J U Garrison Cashier of the bank of inornville Ohio had been robbed of health by n serious lung trouble until ho iI tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con unption Then ho wrote It I+ the i Lest medicine I over uncd for a stvit rJdor a but case of lung trouble 1 nlI V ass keep a bottle on baud Dan t sat fr with Coughs Cold or any Throat Inset or Lang trouble when you can be UOho easily Only COo and 9100 Trial mottles free nt nil drug storm =11 A aI1man for Manager of Branch IIHeUnble to open m this vicinity for au energetic sober mention this paper wizen writing A T MORRIS Cincinnati 0 Illustrated Catalogue 4 cts postage NTKAY Con Taken up us n stray by O R Wil liams living on tho Little Oblon river ou tho Vincent farm in Fulton County Kentucky I Ono cok old strawberry roan color with white spots about red Spot m torcheud bush of tail pulled oft halt uudcrcrop In right ear and crop tad split iu loft our weight between r0Q and 000 pounds smooth crumpled horns about 8 inches long shows Dur Utu stocU and appraised at 1600 by L M Mothcny Given uuder my hand this February 12 1000 U M KKAPBY J F C 0 A copy attest B D Lnten Clk v D U Rawsge D 0 IIQ4t j II- n 9lL +tlfa y A White house Scheme Every effort of the Adminlstra lion is being exerted at this juno tare to compel nu early adjourn went of Congress President McKInley Speaker Henderson President Pro tem Frye of the Senate and tho congressional clacqnerfi Are hard at work to compass the desired end They chime in unison and in chorus the song that there should lie In the campaign year a short session and n long campaign Early in June IH the time when tho Pretti dent hopes to get Congress out of WuKhiiigton m INDIAS FAMINE India is Bjraln confronted with the misery of H great famine anti England even with a disastrous war in South Afilca upon her hands will have to stretch forth a strong arm to help the suff ring millions of her far E ntern penin sun Over 50000000 souls ore reported to he affected by the famine and the famine Is rapidly expending A London dispatch states that the sum of 8700000 will be expended on relief works and that nlrnidy over 3000000 persons are receiving relief Wa ter or rather its lack of it is the cause of iho affliction This year doth the monsoons and the winter rains failed and left the earth dry and parched for months CRAZED BY BIND WINE A Pluiiplno Drink Is Sendlagr nu dreds of Oar Soldiers Back to This Country Imuae Three Insane and two Invalid soldiers from ManilaI spent sever al hours In Union Station Mon day night in charge of Gunner W t II Warford Alarse Islands Oal and six assistant They are on their way to St Elizabeth Hoepi tal Wanlilngton D U Jim Kelley coxwaln on the Or egos is one of the insane Ills hands and feet are kept man acled and it look C men to con l I wildIweek 50 morn insane soldiers from the will be shipped to the Hospital at Washington from this port mak lug 280 sent there during the past three months There are 200 more scheduled to arrive from i the + The extraordinary number of I exI i I Ipipo wine and continued outpostsduty Three drinks of blno are sufficient to craze a man temporar sly anti ita continued usi caaaeB dementia The mil t itary In the Philip 4 piper haye made strenuous but I suppressIts Some Sell Ch- eapSHAW SELLS CHEAPEST I Spring Qoodsg HAVE COME and are still coming consequently the etock unsalable in Summer which we have neither wish nor room to hold over MUST BE SOLD COME SEE US and Then you leave another will be add ed to our long list of M B SHAW The Star Shoe HighestGrades Gradesfor Misses and Children violently Philippines Goyerntnent Philippines permanent authorities references PAY THB PRICE OF THE 860CROSSETT SBOE = 860lAnd be sure of TUB BEST rhe tuna who wants the highest degree of comfort and the most service will find it iu CROSSETT SHOES GODMAN SCHOOL SHOES sire the bast for service These nra High OmdM at Low Prices JA8Hjj SHOE I STOHM II PI RELIGION OF GHOSTS Dr Talmage Warns People Against Modern Spiritualism 1 1 the Wlteh of Tailor n Type of the Fnllnelcii of the 1rcncnt Dnr Denounces It nil Witchcraft nnd Sorcery tt Copyright lets by Louts KlefMoh In this discourse Dr Ttlmago dls tmtsea n theiua Hover more tinder ox ploratloa than at this time and warm people against whnt he calls a religIon of ghosts text I Samuel 287 Be hold tl atc Is n woman that hath n fn mlliar spirit at Endor And Soul dls gulaed himself and put on other rah ment and he went and two men with him and they came to the woman bj nightTrouble to the right of him and trouble to the left of him Saul knew not what to do As a last resort he ionclwled to seek out a spiritual medi um or n witch orauythlng that you please to call hera woman who land fummuulcntion with the spirits of the eternal world It was a very difficult thing to do for Saul had either slain till the witches or compelled them to dOl business A servant one day said to King Saul I know of a spiritual medium RNwn at the village ot Endor Do your said the king Night falls Saul putting off liia kingly robes and putting on UK dress of a plain citlacn with two servants goes out to hunt up ItMs medium stul and his servants after awhile reached the hags and they say I- wO lll1r1JltLIl ig the houae and they look In and they tee the haggard weird ami shriveled up spiritual medium sitt1 Jk Ijy the light and on the table spaflptured ItnageB nnd divining rods nnfl poisonous herbs and bottles and va a They say Yes title must beth place One loud rap brings the woman fo the door and as she stands Ubel1Jidarkness she says Who is bereT TJffb tall king informs her that he has qotpo to lave his fortune told When hears that she trembles and o- hit drops the light for she knows- e U no chance for a fortune teller QlSlirilual medium in all the land But Saul having sworn that no harm sfllBtl come to her she says Well yivp ahull I bring up from the dead ut up Samuel That v tiuroPlid who had dIed n little wille betbr- o6aee her waving a wand or stirring p1 tome poisonous herb in a caldron r hoar hcr muttering over some mean lana or Stamping wlUi her foot as I dand1mforehead the eyes the lips ihc Kbuldcrs the arms the feet tlio en p body of thedend Samuel wrapped n icpuichral robe appearing to the astonished group who stagger back 8S hold fast sod catch their breath 535 shiver with terror The bath prophet white and awful from the tomb begins to move his ogien lips and he glares upon King tl and cries out What did you brag us up for What do you moon Hng Paul Saul trying to compose and control himself makes this stem rln tad affrighted utterance ns ho s to the dead prophet The Lord k ifainst HKtuad I hate come to you help What shall I do The dew 1 phet rtretchetl forth hia finger To IjJ1m1 Soul and wild Die tomorrow Jj9 WtUl net lato the sepulcher lam gctnjr new Come come with mel And lo the floor again opens and the fc t pf the load prophet disappear and the arms antl the shoulders and the fore ad The floor closes Oh that wuan awful seance Ve ore surrounded by mystery bo fore u Mlilitu UB to the tight of us to the left of itc mystery There is h vast realm unexplored that science I IIBVQ no doubt will yet map out lIe who ox plores that realm will do the world more service than over did a Columbus is yr un Amerigo Vespucci There are so inuiiy tarings that cannot be accounted for so many sounds and appearances ivliiih defy noousticH and investigation co many things approximating to the sprct ral so ninny effects which do not B em to have sufficient cause To unlatch the door between the presnt state fand tho future state nil the lingers of superstition havo been busy We have books entitled root falls on the Boundaries of Other The Debatable Land Do tarldsThis World and the Not Ke tigarcheifrnto tho Phenomena of Spirit jjallsm and whole libraries of hocus npcus enough to deceive the very elec- tisl1allIlot take time to rehearse the history of divination Delphic oracle iilbyl or palmistry or the whole centuries of imposture Modern spiritualism proposes to iCpen the door between this world and the noxt and put us into communion Upn with the load It has never yet pfTorod one reasonable credential Whon I find Soul in my toxt con sulting r familiar spirit 1 learn that spiritualism is a very old religion Spiritualism in America was born In the dear 1847 In Ilydeavillc Wayne ort N Y when one night there mas n loud rap heard against the door of Michael Workman A rnp n second time a rap n third time and all three times when the door was opened there Will nothing found there tIle knocking hating been made seeming 1rL itflaible Imueldea In that same house there wall u young woman who hud n cold land passed over her lace and there Wlliyf seemingly no arm nt tuf cd to tt ghostly suspicions wore rsiItidftr awhile Kr Fo niUi hin family snored into that house wid thin they l 1 hid banglags at the door every night One night Mr Fox cried out Arc you a spirit Two rape answer in the 1 affirmative Are you on Injured spirit Two raps answer In the afrfirmative Then they know right away that it was the spirit of n peddler who had been murdered In that house years before and who had been robbed of his 600 Whether the spirit of the peddler I came back to collect his CMC or his bones I do not know The excitement spread There was a universal rumpus Icon Judgo lCd j monds declared in a book that he had actually soon n bell start from the top shelf of a closet heard it ring over i tho people that were standing in the i closet then swung by invisible hands I it rang over the people in the back paw i lor nnd floated through the folding doors to the front parlor rang over time people there and then dropped on the floor A senator of the United j Statue afterward governor of Wiscon sin had his heed quite turned with spiritualigtlo demonstrations Tho tn bles tipped and the stools tilted and I the bedsteads raised and the chairs upset and it seemed aa if the spirit everywhere had gone into tho turn I tart business Well the people sold Wo have got soinetW gnavJii this country It IB a new religion1 Oh no ray friend thousands of years ago I wo find in our text a spiritualistic et1nceII Nothing in the spiritualistic circles of our day hiss been more tnu1IeII mysterious and wonderful titan thlnpii which have been seen in peat centuries of tho world In all air there have 1 been necromancers those who consult with the spirits of the departed I charmera those who put their subject i in a mesmeric state sorcerers those who by taking poisonous drugs BOO everything find hear everything and i tell everything dreamers people who t- In their sleeping momenta can see the future works and kohl consultation I with spirits Yes before tlug Imo of i Christ the lirahmans went through all the table moving all the furniture ex citement which the spirit leave ox plotted in our day precisely the same thing over and over again under tl1eII manipulation of the Brahmans Now do you say that spiritualism Is dUro1t ont from these I answer all these delusions I have mentioned belong toII tho same family They are exhuma tions from the unseen world What does God think of all those de lusions He thinks so severely of themII that He never speaks of them but withII livid thunders of Indignation He 1011I I will be a swift witnoai against thet4 sorcerer lie says Thou ShAlt not suffer a witoh to live And lest you might make some Important dlstinuII I II tion between spiritualism and witoh craft God says in ae ninny worllsii There shall not be among you a con suitor of familiar spirits or wiiawl or nearomnneer for they that do these things arc an abomination unto theI Loop The Lord God Almighty In a score of passages which I have not n wJJ time to quote utters ills indignation I against all this great family of delu Bions After that be a spiritualist If you dareIGtlll further we learn from this taxtI how it is that people come to fall IntoI spiritualism Saul had enough trouble to kill ten men He did not know whore to HO for relief After awhile he ro solved to go and aeo the witch of EnI dor He expected that somehow sbejj would afford him relief It was hlb trouble drove him there And I llt4II to tell you now that spiritualism flnaI Its victims In the troubled the bankrupt tho sick the bereft You lob your watch and you go to the fortune teller to find where It Is You lose n friend you want the splr itual world opened so that yon may have communication with hbn InIhighly wrought nenous and lacuedI state of mind you go and put youTKfllf in that communication That la why I hate spiritualism It takes Advan age of one in a moment of wraknoaa which may come upon us at any time Wo lose a friend The trial Is keon sharp suffocating almost maddening If we could marshal a host and storm tho eternal world and recapture our loved one the host would soon be nfflr dialed The house is so lonuly TJJjp world Is so dark The separation is rio insufferable lint spiritualism cays Wo will open the future world and your loved one can come back and talk to you Though we may not hear his voice we may hoar the rap of his hand So clear tho table Sit down Put your hands on the table Do very quiet Five minutes gone Ten minutes No motion of the table No rosponso from the future world Twenty minutes Thirty minutes Nervous excitement nIl the time increasing Forty min utes The table shivers Two raps from the future world The letters of the nlphabet ore called over Tho de parted friends name is John At the pronunciation of tho letter J two raps At tho pronunciation of the letter 0 two rnps At the pronunciation of the potter II two raps Attho pronuncia tion of the letter Ni two raps There you have tho whole name spelled out John John Now the spirit being present you say John are you hap py Two rnps give an afllnnatlvo an swerPretty soon tho hAnd of thin medium begins to twitch and toss ont begins to write out after paper and Ink are furnished n message from the eternal world What Is remarkable tho de parted spirit although it has been amid tho illuminations of tho Heaven cannot spell as well as it used to It hat lost all grammatical accuracy and cannot write ns distinctly I received n letter through n medium once I sent it back I salt Just please to ell thoio ghosts they had better go to school and got Improved In their or thography Now just think of spirits that the Bible represents as cnthrbncd In glory coming down to crawl untie the table mid break crockery nnd rirq tea belli before supper la ready and lulI the window shutter on n gusty night What consolation in such miserable stuff as compared with the cohsolatluf that our departed friends free from top1 and sin and pmhhi arc forever happy and that we will Join them not in inystS vicar and half utterance which makiA thb hall stand on end and mnlell cot chills creep tho weld but In n retiuto i most blessed and happy anti gloriotu And none ball murmur or misdoubt When Gods great sunrlte ands us out j I learn still further from this sul jcct that spiritualism rend neoromanc r arc affairs of darkness Why did in t Saul go In tho tIny Ho was ashamcJI UUfthIst I i o Uio night The Davenports the Fuw era this Foxes tho spiritual median I ot all ages have chosen tho night i i n darkened room Why l Tho in hCCiIwhdle j t r- worst deeds of licentiousness anti tI worst orgies of uncleanllnetM hats boon enacted under its petrouago Tli story IsI too vile for me to tell I wi I not pollute my tongue or your oai i w1Ut the recital Sometimes tho civil1 l law has been Invoked to stop nr1 outrage amUIea innuiuerablo lm boon broken up by it It h81pualli I off huiulreda of young women into to fife of profligacy It talks about MoU tlvo aiUnltiea and afflnital relatta I and spiritual matches and adop Iiu tho whole vocabulary of free lat siet In one of Its Journals it declares ma rlage te the monster curse of oh1tltion It IIs a waive of debauchee und Intemperance If spirituals could have its full swing it voiil turn this workl into n iendemouH carnality It is an unclean adulteD one damnable religion and the soon r it tlropa Into hell from which it re t tit the better both for earth oath Heavt For the sake of mans honor and WOItl ana purity I say let tho last vest t Of It perish forever I wish I oou gather up all the rape it has ov t hoard from spirits blest or damned hiII gather them all on Its own trend 1 1 thundering raps of nnlhllatlonlJI If God is ever slapped in the fpwhen medium IIdowna spirits departed to make a rovolktlai Gad has told you all you ought t i know and hpw darn you be pryin I Into that which Ila none of your InllII You cannot keep tho Bible hand and spiritualism in the othoi iJOnegrasp depend upon iu Spiritualism u of adverse to the BIMe In the fact that It has In these lust days called fNll1 tho future world Christian men tvI testify against Christianity Its inoul aura call tack tx rcuo Dow the brated dY sp diet and Loronw tteatiflos that Chriatlaus are idcl Splritualam calls beak Tom IalnJnd he teatWea that he la stopping the sonic house in Heaven witk Johnt Ilunyan They call bock Join V fley and he testifies against tie Chits URn religion which he all Ms life gloriously preocbed Andniv Jack son Davis the greatest of all tie plritt uallsta come to the fron and di chores that the New TeaUm at is but the dismal ocho of a bar trie age and the Bible only one o the pen and ink relies of Chri Usnlt j Iliave In my house a befit used laosplritunlUtio serviceJ It contain a oatcchiam and a hymn book TIMII catechism has these questions and su woraIIQ What is our chief baptism T A rIquest ablution Is water Q Whar to cur HtsplratlMiT A Frrab sir fed tuashla Q What III our low fat A Clear fO seteace sad sousd sleep1 Q what la ear prayer A Pkrstcsl ez trdas I And then It goes on to show that a great proportion of their religious service la n system of cahthvsisetThan when they want arouse ti IpitchI stxtyflfth page The night data gathered up hr IWIead frtacca Qr on this fifteenth page Cems to the woods lteJeb bo But says some one wouldnt U- be of advantage to hear front tht fa I tare world Dont you think it wo k4 strengthen Christians There are a a groat many matcrl HsU who do not believe there are soups but If spirits from the future world should knock and talk over to tw they would be persuaded To that I answer In tho I ringing worth of the Son of God If t they believe not Moses and the proph j eta neither will they be pcnmudtd though one rose from the dead Teach your children there are noII ghosts to bo seen or heard in this world save those which walk on two feit or four human or bestial Itemrmbor that spiritualism at the bet I IIless thing for If It tolls what the IIlblII reveals it Is n superfluity and if It tills I what the Bible Joos not reveal it ili nII lie Instead of going out to get otkorII people to tell your fortune tell your own fortune by putting your trust In God and doing the host you can I 111I toll your fortune All things work together for good to them that love God Insult not your departed friends by nuking them to come down anti scrabble under an extension table lie member that there is only one nplrlt whose dictation you have a right to in yoke and that is the holy blessed and omnipotent spirit of God hark fIe- fs rapping now rot on a table or the yourlioatto Christ and u warning of judjrinint nvoylQuccharound you this morning Ho was nil around you last night lie bas been around you nil your lives Hark There comes n voice with tailor ovonTmfltpJr1 trig Intonation saying ilj spirit filial1 Inot uhvuyii strive r THE FATE OF ANDREE Latent Accounts Subitnntlnto the n Sturr of Ills Dclnur Killed liT Eskluiur Bear Admiral Campion of the Brit sh navy IB the gentleman WilD received md gtue publlolty to tho story that Andrees balloon party had boon innwa rcd by Ifisklmos in northern Canada The story came to him from his nephew Mr Alston who Iis in charge of the a iluiison lay companys post at Fort lyI hurolilll on the west tide of llndion sxryMwhite men far north were shooting their the summer of 1S9S when name Ie iinos who were approaching und did not see tho door thought the whites vets hooting at them and thereupon killed two of the whites with arrows Ikt other two tied pursued by natives md it Is not knows whether they oa npwl Different imrtUs of licklmot brought practically the aanttt story to Churchill and one of the Stockby urothera who wdt hunting musk oxen aw the bodies of the two white IntnIdescribed their appearance and told chat they wore The fact was accept dI by the whites of that region ns hadtset a tragic fate iaI northeast Canada Altton wrote to Hear Admiral Campion You will no doubt be greatly surprised learn of the loss ef the Andre ex nptditioabir supposition as correct and wrote the London Times Mr Alston laM heen there Jive years and talks Kkklmo sisadbsllooaers must be given up 1 tear although the other two may be dive The fact U however that there were 3aly three men Iin the Andrea partygone of them was middle aged there a knlckrrbocker nit in the out as described by Mr Htockby wilts I aw the dead elks Tae victims of tragedy were protobly hunters who had gone far north en there otvalrrspomibility Two messages and a relic of tbIIIree party see allI that have hers Ietcelved since the aeronauts made their sect on July 11 1991 The relic may to bto much more slguincaat thanShe messages On 8eptrn ber IS leTtsorrier pigeon Ut on the whaling vatIwet1 Fslkrn aDd atonal Its seek wasNtied a brief message from Andre wrtV pdesall well and giving his position M alt and a little south ef his starting t It Oa May U last year a drifting was picked upon the aurtk IOAt Iceland Iin which was another brief mnaage trees the explorer written onlyI seven kur sad Aftj Are inJaMte after Ma a eaHt On September 11 lastffear tether of Andress artftlny bwaj stwas uiakcd up on the uwenf IDa raariw Itttand Hcrtlteaat el SptMher gra It was the MHonlled wartk Mle boy wlUeh the eynlorcr vm to p when he passed the north pole It was taken to Stockholm where It wuiii opened CR Oetobrr 1 In the presence of- ome members of the gnvenunent aad sputa ia arctic navigation The tabueteas empty much to the dlMppuiut tmeatIrof Nathorst declared that the buoy sell not have been carried from the I sole to King Charles island by ttaII currents Some personc expressed thetopinion that the buoy had beet throws ut empty from the balloon but there wss no evidence thai thU was so The 1 of this buoy will have one ICportent remit AH expedition will ItJnorth in U e spring to search torII Irscffs of the tat explorer at King J Charles Island and the surrounding rv I glen It Iis argued that the explorers t would not throw an empty buoy 0Iboard and that the chances are against its having been accidentally loci No current would turn beer likely to lOllIItUM the north coast of ling Charles I and the last flat It was land teaks It not Improbable that It front the Imllocn In that neigh rkood and that other relics may be found la the same region and help to terml the fate of the expedition Chicago Inter Ocean The Mlnln- rKllahoners wonderful industry his undisturbed patience lilt noble peno vernnoe errs qualities too valuable for man to enjoy In this imperfect world without complementary defects The general who never sparred himself oarod little for others He treated all men like machine from the private soldier whose salutes he disdained toI the superior ofllerr he rigidly con trolled The comrade who land served with him and under him for many years in pease and peril was flung aside Incontinently as soon MS ho censed to bo dlulc The sirdar only looked to the soldiers who could march and fight The wounded Egyptian nail latterly the wounded British soldier did not excite his interest and of all the de partments of his army the one neglect ed was that concerned with the care of the sick and Injured The stern and unpitying spirit of the commander was communicated to his troops and the victories which marked the progress of the river war were accompanied by acts of barbarity not always Justified by the harsh customs of savage conflicts or the fierce and trenoherois nature of the dervish From The River War by Winston Churchill Slather Colillllooded Of the tactics of Infantry there is no niHbut there arc some simple rules for the individual loot soldier to remember when lust In the chaos of bat tie If you cannot bayonet your enemy shoot him If he goes away aim at the base of his spine lint do not let your attention be distracted from builnes by the consideration that other people are making a mark of you lUs your dutyto kill the highest possible num her of Iliosu opposed to you not to save your own liktDUJW Soldiers Iight now TO REACH TilE TRUSTS loiiotollc rrotccleil from Prosecu Ion liy Ihu 1rvililenl nutS Al turner CJcnernl It frequently happens that n man who Is hunting for something will overlook the desired urllelu when Irisl under his vary nose This In true of most of tho delegates to the antl trust conference who nru looking for method of curbing tho trusts Slum ovary delegate has n plan of Ills own more or leas complicated alit but it leas remained for r Prank S Munnutt Into attorney general of Ohio and Mr Williams of IIs Massachusetts to paint out the obvl oiis remedy for trust aggression Moiini Monnttt nnd Williams miggtMt no now legislation no constitutional I ninundmvnu no oomiHliwIon or other qiiasioxeonUvtt bodies to dad with a the mutter They point out that tho t remedy already exists Tho only ne oIly IB to utilize It That la to say Mr Mounett declares Unit the Sherman law If enforced will the trusts Mr Wllllame adds the corollary statement that the jpeso pie CUD have the Sherman law enforced by electing officer who will enforce It Neither statement can sueeeaefully be controverted The tenets now flouriah unchecked out because there le no law which will reach them but because the law already ou the statute books are ot enforced by the preeldent of Ute United State and hla attorney gen seal1 Thou oftlcera nullify the Mber man law They would nullify nay milar legislation that might be en acted The fault h not with the law but with the afiere who refuse to elicits Itwho beg the question by declaring that II cant be enforced The president through his attorney I eneral1 has paralysed the energies of every faI ted State dlalrfet attorney In Use country Among thaw otMeer I are eo doubt many tear Uhe Mr 11 H BcUR active ambitious era Oair towt int no trotter bow energetic they may they than nut attempt to attack the by mesa of the Sherman lawf beoauae Mr tirigge usurping the fun doss of the United Mates aupremo has repeatedly declared that tb- herman 1 law does not apply to the rait and that It la 1JMnIaa t to procd tither Its provilaa o district attorney will ruU the die leasure of bb superior officer by IIn I stituting Hherann law procccutlon In the face of such a deliverance The 1 treat are protected from prosecution I by Ute resident and the attorney gen real The obvloua remedy Ie to elect i a powho will enforce the laws Inatead of nullifying them I The administration Gall wake no do fence for Its attitude It eland beIwean the tract tend tile law rerr I U U be isnndi that the huranan t law might he bald tovnJM by th courta tejmt alien Mil toile desllatwntle 1t malt tar doairtnT these trfhajMuVs the I unity of passing upon ItT The preaident position U that of n states attorney who should torn all the muss drren out of the county Jail and an wes public protestsby the declaration hat the fatale against rdlrI1I couldnt be enforced and that he Ii wasnt gulag to try to enforce it It Ila H nnlllneaUon of the law of the lead and an IInvasion of the right ot he Judiciary to construe the statute Nothing else inn be made of It The president aad his party protect the trusts Xay they punih republican who proaecut the tlUllttls Mr Moanett himself can testify bar ing been denied a renomlnatlon by Mr llanna because he dared to Institute and maintain a prosecution aualitt the Standard Oil combination eon tray to the wlabea sod Instruction ot the republican hoes of Ohio jf the people of this country wish to get slit of the trusts they must fleet get rid of llanna McKinley and Urigga who are owned body boots and brwhs by this trusts With1 a Jiral dent In the white house who will en force the law the trust question will quickly be sHtlrdChicago Chronicle POINTED PARAGRAPHS If the republicans are so sure of winning why la It that they lave to cleatI H eandldate for tee president by forced draft Albany Argtw Accepting the proMtivw tariff ns tho mother of trusts lu n1oUUon should speedily starve this ooinlilnea In to oaiitltilatlan 8U Louts Republic prom Consul Maoruins aoeount of the attempt to INk H British oon sul of him at Pretoria It might seem that John HAY himself hiss been doing earns loafing around the throne1 N Y World There lira indications that Ute chortle of protest against Manic lien nas slip subsidy steel him frightened tho republican leaders anti that they have concluded that It would he safer to doter this outrage until after the olnotlon Indianapolis Sentinel Porto Itloo Is as much n part of the United Staten nn Alaska and moro accoHslblc Yet the bulldozing tnotloH of it protected Interest lond the goy ernment to erect n tariff wall against It This Is another shame of tho Mc Klnloy administration Rochester Herald There Is too much Great Ilrllniu and too little Bunker Hill about our state department now Tho proposed IlayTaunccfoto degradation started n prickly heat of protest on our body politic and tho Maarum story may ng gravate the trouble into a serious erupt tlon Minneapolis Thn- esooco more IttI you forgot we call attention to the fact that tho Me Klnlcy administration Is taking two Tollars from your pocket In the way of taxes where formerly Uncle Sam took but one dollar Government cx pcndlturaH have doubled nlnco MoKln Icys advent Helena Mont lade pendent A FUND FOR CORRUPTION The TruiU Will He Let Alone o Ioua All They live Up to lark Iluiinn Never line tho United Statue witnessed suoh n campaign for the pres idency as that now Inipondlug prom twin to be There has In the twist boon debauahury of the frnnohUu uorrup tlon of the peoples ballot but not on any suoh wxile of maKiiltudu Rill now being prepared for the coining uluu tlonIn order to promote rojiubltonn sue ooas n OHOiiwtKii fund of tS4DUOOO to bo raised oral bowl Jay the oon tributlnns of the nuik oath ills of rw publioHHs throughout time imtlent fly thin voluntary otrerlngs of those Uteor late who SUB In ropubllean doctrines tho assumes of polltlonl wisdom Not- t all It will be colluoted from tho rust iMiivflttiMrios of the MeKlnloy ndmlHlstraUoH iwo hundrwl com binatlona of oapltal representingj 9toooooo000 will oontriUute till nosey Mark llanttn recently east out In an Interview absolving trusts from blame They are doing mi harm and should IM let atone he said Nova followed the announcement of the gigantic fund to IM raised to furtbrr McKinley candidacy The trusts will be let alone so for as legislation by congress and proaecu tad under the taw by MeKlnley at torney general go but they will not be let alone by the lllutffttcraa ffrw lander until they hare eootributetl their pro rata of the corruption fund Think of what such a sum meats when Improperly used It eannot be honestly utillaad Such an amouut ls many Iliac ON than tla mart ea travagaut manager of an hoaeat earn palgn coukl spend It Iis an amount of melee which It divided among TSOW 000 people tho popuUtion approx imately of this oouatry would give each 35 19 cents The usual reckon beg Ila that one In Ira of UM popula ies la a robe These this Manna campaign fund la great enough to allow each voter more that flee Twice this out f3M would be available for each 01 the neosnaary votea to gall a popular majority But the money will not be spent that way It will be put In IUrge MOM Ilu the doubtful tad clone steles These will be purchaaad outrigfcU U the money was to be expended pro ran In the reunify the MeKlnMy manatf era In lrnvr might reasonably ado peel a contribution exee itng aMOO from the national committee In addition to UM corrupt might if this Immense sea there will be at our element In tINt campaign ores more reprehmsibM It U the mjMay of tome and IntlnudaUon rwpiaywl1 quit largely IIn leSS Cud to bet leI etd In its ejFlriina this year TM shoe eoo ono of capital rprrssbd lit UM samp 111 fowl will alan ooorf t 4eellmj UM hundpmte of Utousa t tit men dependent moM these to saamart the Ifskinky tlahat Democratic suoeeaa mar not lieapoaalble In splte of all the stay An truss can throw Into the campaign If only the vote M few sad lair Out If In the large mantifncturing acntent of the else state Intimidation of the- voters Is employed saessesfully Uteri can be but one result of the star palgn M Mnlcy will be recMitail Itenrvr host SAID BY LINCOLN bard Whlohl In the light It f IIIh setsat llvnnti Cmulemn liM nrtnlliH In the light of current stets it1 must be clear that WcKlaleylsm te synonymova with llaanalam and the letter the exponent of everything dangerous to a government at the peo pie American eltlsene who stop to think will oa IImpressed by UM rail between tIM principles upon which this nation waa founded and upon the ohservsnce of which It an alone lie perpetuated Mr Bryan points nut the gulf IIn his summing up af the lit usl ion published In the few York JournalWhen the republican party meets the speech of Abraham fowls In the text campaign It will Aid that the gulf between Itnsalnisu and plan nalsm IsI so great tl tf the a4mlrars of the former cannot be follower of the latter Here IsI the Impassable gulf dug by Abraham IJaooln at IewUtew Au gust 1W8 In a Bpeeeh referring tto the wisdom of the men who annouHead the American declaration of ln loH nd enoe to the world Imagine MaKln lev Urn Ilannalsm Imperialism abid lug by ftMoh doctrine Wise statesmen as they were they knew tho tendency of prosperity td breed tyrants and so they o tab fished thosot groat self ovident truths that whon In the distant future some man Onto faction soino interest should set up the doctrine that none but rlrh men or none but white men or none but AngloSaxon whlto men were untitled to liberty anti the pursuit of happiness their posterity might look up again to tho declara thou of Independence and take cotir ago to renew thin battle which tlwlt fathers beg nn k so that no man shouftl thereafter dare to limit anti circumscribe tho principles On which thin lomplo ot liberty was being builtii ofSecretarygreen In regard to thin expenditure of cnttboUnitedformer Secretary Algcr and luwas a poor job at that Tho coinmlufoners costIngmake precious notes of testimony Gov ernment connnlisions have become a rather expensive luxury In theio recent ttmea Ihlladclphla Record o 1 d r KOC ri49r Ltlttlltlfr- sI tA I t S 1 H PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS I IIeUYou neednt bo angry I could have klwoil you two or three times than if 1M wanted to SheYea I know it i Y ProiB- Toflcher Mnlic a totltonao contain ing the wunJ pmvult Jlrlflit Boy who roads the lJIUIIWeN ten dollars now TH per iuitH IhlladuN phiu Itecur- dOanvollI Bear that women bar born nro booomlng quite iiinnurous In COIIM planes IHUUI HYell moot veiiiBJi IIWMOM the conrfrsetloiiKl quallfoetionlIttsburgb Telegraph Short Itoiid to lopuarity tlngKo 1 hat doolor U vory popular with so oloty po to Jlngto Voa he gives Latin and Greek nuinen to sick head ciho and the IlkeHy7eense llruld- Wlllte Now that slater IIt going to marry 5fr Jttiilw why la It called an onf49ement pal Mr tfmlrethuin HIronabjy beeauso the real battle OOMM later my aonM Philadelphia lrllllllYlaltcrhat a dreadful moll of Mack loLnO It to only Qoorgc taming hU weds ai 1m call ft- IaltorI didnt know he west Iin for gardening Ifoetrte Neither dove lie He bal bees stuoklM some elders 1 yaw him lit Christmas Judy Xegroee are tsnoonaeloualy humor owe Thi other day two rovatabouta were wheard UlMite They wet on tho levee after one had keen alwunt r frost the elan for several eelEaMnl 1lo JIM low U err naked the flrat Wall nee the relllMde doctor la give me up Nit do polleu aint MtHUHlUa ftelMltur teNt Say IkoIrL Itambo on tie inside of the frost door Abaa loan you have Weoa drinking ngtinl Mr Ilambo Colt thtr outideNo m cJr1M Ira ltainly Say Prompt IMlJ tAlLHlLMttUr Ired praluoe Ipropeljty Mr Jlambo Prompt IMjwmta patlunUy preened p01 Mre JtamboAtbsalomI you can g up to your room by tvnyof tho beck doer McHtphk Commereiel Appeal SOME NEW CRIMES RlnRiilnr Infrartliin of the Low That llnvp Hcrciitly Cum lu lluliC- Ktcry point of sixty which affords an uxtUMled rciroepcot makea attain the w9Md rfNl nrotrreaa of eirlllamtlon to CRUELIA Smart Yonnir Sinn n Timid 3Ialde and a Cute Little liux timidtad treuldnot hurt herIt yea se anneytag to be suddenly fright eneu A deal eon and shut brace game of se barmHow the did not understand exscly but ns we hid never never seen justonelittleboxhUMJWould twinkWntIHfunnyliewaiMtrev 1 yetgivebe Wald hold her lead II an aseir Mice of hit presence and support if iieees aUf thoufihKow theateAnd she was toW as a Oreek elate in the market plioe of the streets of Cairo by a brickbat Washington Star CELESTIAL CHAFF The Pointed Ilrlort of n Sntnll lint Sumrt lnnunllnn to nn Anier lean Solioolnintc The Toting daughter ef a former Philadel phiaR M a MhooiMMte of little Wn the H a of the Chinese ambaaaador at Washing toll Duriaff a resent visit here she oftea talked about the little celestial and toW tells about hint that teemed to indicate that hula Wu at tines eeNtiy awrs his Christian soheelmalea lie is awtuUy cute she nglihIIWhat he likes best to eat lie says is milhi That is roHRK take dipped IB honey and swallowed raw A hemble thing isnt it IkU Wu milhi arent half to Mfuaehv Laslimy as raw oysters HU melher I feet are M tiny that she can hart y walk at all She it pushed about in a witteledrbair I asked VVu once if he didnt think it was cruel to torture the Chinese kdiei feet like that lie Mid Ylrgfbia mjr papa says that whenever any person ads me that question I must make the follow forol i American ladle to torture their utl in steel corsets until their noses are beet red and their llaPH like an hour lIaM Then be nave a tend hugh and walked away with Leggybrocadeand fuanyPhilidelphia Press TO MIIT STUAMSIIIPS A tear 8errlee hy the tT York Van trnl llnllrond George II Dsnieli csneral passenger iceat ef the New York Central and Hud sen lUver nuroad has steamjI 1h For Wlrclcaa fltcerlnrA- nKngliihlnvcnllonforstceringanycnift whether submerged or otherwise by means telegrophljrrineillJe most infallible In this respect Jt will equal the great American dyspepsia cure Hostctj tars Stomach Hitters which never falls to dYIPPdOjbllioulDOtII Wife Did you moil that letter I gave you the morning Husband Of course I did How rovokingl 1 wanted to add a post Tedueing the ltterWcll here Itfi Vkf didnt you tell me that in the fine plaoefChicago Evening News Catarrh C Itowith LOCAL APPUOATIOS8 as they cannot reach the seat pt tho disease Catarrb is a Mood or constitutional disease anti In order to cure It you must toko internal remedies halls Catarrh Cure Ila toitou internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sirfaces Haifa Catarrh Cum Is not u quacU medicine It was proscribod bv ono of the belt physicians In this country foryean and regular proscription It fa composed of tho best tonics known combined with tho best blood purifiers acting directly on tho mucoulsurCaoos Tho porfoct combination of tbo two ingredients is what produces wonderful results in curing Catarrh uobI for freeFCo Props Toledo O Sold by Druggists price TSc Holla Family Pills 95 coats SiiKKCKtcil liy flue L Teacher Now Johnny you know the eagle stands for America What animal tpifles Great HriUinf Johnny I dunno Oh do Think for a moment It btriM withL J jtrlJLobtcrlcatho1ic Standard and Times An AllYrnr Ilejiort The Crescent Hotel Eureka Springs Ark opens Marsh 1 1000 A most desirable atI tractive and convenient resort for health pureparkingThrough Sleepers via Prism Line Write for particulars to Mannper Hotel or to any representative of Frisco Line J At the Front He was a newspaper man Late war news kept me downtown he stammered aa he entered the house at 530 am Humph replied his wife WellweU make a little more war news right here for a Sate edition And the battle was oar Philadelphia North American Potatoes II12o per ntil and Op Salzer beats the world on prices Largest Growers of Farm and Vegetable Seeds and Potatoes on earth Millions of pounds of pion seed Cabbage Radish Peas Beans corn Potatoes etc Prices dirt cheap end this 6c for catalog John A Salur SeedLa Crosse Wia k n 4 C V ITou rnri1Vy Olmstod LeroyN FootEaaeaY J Itangt swollctaddngfeet hcO5vlone ALLdrug uandBlioostorcssoIUlC5c j Omrdb ftnsrajYon know that atool ran ask questions that III wine nun eiDt i C1ewer dont 1HInI1oro heard nowRestonTavsl DayPakoLaxatiroBrotno All I droggi aka refund ZROIIQJIIlt fnllsto cure tC what the public call a failure is often i1lDplr an unrecognised snccew Town tsaeyPIJTAMstFADIiLIISShDYES p I m yon Holdbyrollinganowblll1kkap I could not pet along without PIsos Cure j for Consumption It curNfnIE C Moulton Needham Miss Oct 2201 First mint first served hnt saying how well Chicago Dispetch s j Wmiafii S k Kidtmey t t TJfJubles Vfhy traflo with health when tho easiest and surest help is tho best known medicine in the world 7 i CompoundiJI I j fe known everywhere and thousands of women have befJnoulcdofsellouskldney I IMls Pinkhams tha endorse meth ment of tho mayor the 01iI Her medicine has the iAN APPEAL TO HUMANITY We need Tour asslr once In announcing to the world the GREATEST REMEDY that Science as ever produced and you riou our saMstanco to secure relief for yourself and frlenJs through SWANSONS 5 DROPS A REMEDY 8UPREME anrelyaatheAmerican Navy hucoa quered and will cunquer all that opposes ltovill 5 DROPS unfailingly conquer all diseases like Rheumatism Sciatica Neuralgia Lumbago Catarrh of SleepleuncuNervouanultleartLiver and Kldtxy Troubles etc etc or any disease for which we recommend r It s DROPS Ms the name and the doteIt 5 DROPS is perfectly harmless It des not contain SslicjrUte of Soda nor Opiates in ay l form The Child can use it as well as the Adult j I Read carefully what Mr L R Smith of El Dorado Springs Sfo writes under date of Nov 27 1Th also IIMartanAunder date of Dec 16th 1899 I Idonotknewlwwtoerpreuhow SDnorsmedicine It wattaDerlcir Intensely with NtultALoIA and thoiigbt tot monthlhatw 11haet01In ne03yaldTrdiedtoetemeadab ht nninsdrertliemontof vac a vil DROPS lrosolrodtotryhndsent tor a sample DotU Ilara been Uklna U for throo weeks and have not bad an attack of nnerina aoe1 took the ntst dose 1 be IIOTO n bal aTe 1mTlif8 TJinitatomont li tiotltlrolr true linalltlso take plcature in rocommonib Int your C DKOlS for the euro of NKUJtALOIA 1 U SMITH i El Dorado Springs Mo NOT 27 1S3- JCBUII i rSlTI EUliS ATBSM scan ToBr5DKOPSeametoBaniJontbelUhoflastmomhan4 Glad to naive IUor I was tncertng attbo tlmo wltb untold asonlei Tbo liNt doso helped meant of mr pain on ihort notice files the nimo of God for It It wUlo- all you lay It will and more too 1 had icTcro twins all orermr lady when night camo I could notnUcp Tbe wont pain wa In mr left lee I coul l not not mr foot to the floor without DerlnRattetfnla I ttvn used tourdllloront Ilndlofmedlclllo for ulI UA rlSill and rot norelUfontfl IBM your SIJUOlS whichgave meImmediate rallofaaabovotatodfAItTADOwSt1IS0oxGCangharUbtoDecld1 J r sire IJROIS at lent a trial wo will tend a imple botlto pra 30 DAYStoonblolaarto Atamplebutte will nYlnee you Also large bottle dees tLMI bottlf forti Bold by ui rid lfonta iCKTS WiSTID U r Ttrrilwr Dont watt I Vrlte howl BWANSON KHEOMATIO CUJtE CO JOO to 1O1 J nUc Ut CHICAGO ILL 4 sseoeCalifornia Grown I Seeds Lead the World t That this Is true has been amply proved but readers of this piper may now test it for them Iserves at trtfUne cost THE LAND OF SUNSHINE The Magaiino of California and the West has contracted with two cf the most reliable seed erowars In California for a large supply of flower and vegetable seeds at lowest wholesale rates and will give all the benefit of the great reduction thus obtained to Its subscribers Toany sub scriber new or old we wlU send packages of CaN fomlaerown flower or vecetable seeds your own selection to the value cf 140 FOR ONLY 50 CENTS- If you are net now a subscriber send S 150 to cover one years subscription and the cost of the seeds We will then mall you two larce and beautiful y Illustrated catalogues from which you may select seeds to the list price cf 140 without further cost Or for 20 cents we will und sample copy of the magazine and the catalogues and allow credit of 20 cents on your order when It come In Sub = scrtbeei under this offer wilt also be entitled to enter Atf contest for the 10acre figorchard adTHEPUBLISHING CO LOS ANGELES CALIF SUBSCRIPTION DIPT 9ssis etsCuswes iFOR 14 CENTSw- swbhtoalathN ear20DO- t0nwcv I K3BB 1 SS W M1 WJ MY t k I5 riIr m iWaytoseeJ1 The WestrI 1r- g Is to join one of the personally S it conducted California excur ts rions of the Santa Fc Rite jj m Congenial companions are S ansuredt5 mtIImt I i II your j No extra charge enjoymcntlI Inquire of I i fjUtn a Atdkiso Topeka d Santa re Railway se IITbll 10 Adams Street ChicagoruitSuiG iUrvaLuaLTLi uxn i r t- In 3or4YearsaN tadepeifeBce Is Assured lf70utakeltl 0IlrbomesTlu western Canada the I land of plenty Illus Crated pam bleu JITlnzIexperleaco of farmerI NIn1 ofdcleatca ete and full Information as to reduced rail b he had on appjlnatlon D the Superintendent of Immigration Department of fi Interior Ottawa Canada or address the Under signed who will mall atlases pamphlets cto f ant F IDry Su t rt Immigration r- iMSfY Ii d 1 1Cr Building Material f itd1 it I Doom anti Window ShiuKlea ite Lime and Cement i BnlldersiHatxlware Paints Oils etc j ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY i FURNISHED I FEED STUFFSr Ili Hay Oat Corn Bran etc etc IN L P W S Ellison yw TILE NEUROES CONTROL From Cadiz Telephone Perhaps It may appear strange bat IB nevertholobe true that Ken tack with all her uoaslfalneaa of superior cultivation and refine ineR la tbe only State in tbe Un ton that ia under complete control Sf the negroes The negro vote Kentucky comprise about two tbirdB of the Repnblican atrength and there IH not a Republican offi clal In the State who was not elected by negro votes This la a rather bold assertion butnma youofA FieadigQ Attack An attack was lately made on O F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kidneys HU back got BO lame he could not stoop without great pun uonit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until he tried Eke trite Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that ho writes he feels like a new man This ruarvuloua mel icine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies the blood and builds up vonr health Only SOc at all drug stores SAX JONES IDEAL XAN Tbe piece to take the true meuK ore of n man in not in the market plate nor amen corners tier in tie Held or forum but at hid own tirN stile There he laY tI afllile hit iiiunk u Iid you HIHV learn whither heIrj HU imp or nn angell kitii or cur hero or Immlujg 1 do IIlIt cure H copper what the world says of him whether it crowns him with glory or pelts him with had eggs I cure not what his religion muy be If his babies dread Ills com log home and hit better half aval Lowe ber heart every time she tine r to ask hum for a 3500 bill he la n j fraud of tbe very first water even though be prays night and morn fug until he shakes tbe eternal bllli But It the children run to the front gate to meet him and lores own sunshine illumine the face of his wife when she hearn bis footsteps you can take it for granted that he is pure golllliid home Is a heaven and the hum bug never gets that close to the throne of God He may be a rank albeiat and n rod flog anarchist a Mormon and a mugwump he may buy votes bet on elections he may deal from the bottom and drink beer until be cant toll a nil ver dollar from n circular saw and still be Infinitely better than the man Is suavity but who makes Lila home a hell who yenta on the heads of his helpless wife and children tbe ilinatnro be would like to Inflict on tile fellowman bat area not I can forgive much in tbat fellowmortal who would rather make men swear than wo men weep would rather have the late of the world than the con tempt of his wife who bad rather call anger to tbe face of a king than fear to the face of a child COMMENTING on Mr Bryans moat recent utterances the New York Joqrnal which was Mr Bryan eastern organ in 1800 says Mr Bryan is steadily coming Into harmony with public opinion in bin views on public affairs Hia ideas on expansion are much more advanced now than they were n few months ago He will soon be planted solidly on tbe good Oem ocratic ground of expansion with out imperialism and then there will be nothing in the way of an oldfashioned Democratic victory It is reasonably certain that J imperialismJDemocrats may gain some advan tage from being first before the people if they hold an early con vention as urged by MrJ Bryan and tbe National Committee and they will also have tbe advantage of public confidence in their des larations on this subject as well as on the subject of trusts The important point for the Domocrats to eon lder 10 not to forfeit in other directions tbe public confidence they will have on those twoI Vital iiioci i I Uuilergflll tiio World j 1111jenormous shipments of ngripnltn rnl machinery on orders from Rus siR tho machinery to be used I n the development of the vast wheatI fields of Siberia I I oomesII tho steamer Crewo Is at that city taking on a cargo of mowers and reapers aggregating a freightage ol sumo 5835 tons valued at SULO 000 and also ordered by Russian firms for oseli Siberia Other American Shipments to Germany Franco and Russia are also men tioned in detail These news items similar tenor to others that are to InII seen almost daily in tbo newsI pore go to prove that the Ameri nun trannfaoturer is now more able to compete with Lila European I rivals in their own territory 1111Engl8mj In Germany and Jluna UusslmiH in Russia and Siberia Frenchmen In France undersHlliug all the rest of the world III fact in the worlds markets And be is doing thin at a profit while selling his products In for sign lands at a less price than sl fOflflamecoun try enables him to overcharge the I American buyer with no fear ofIloss of trade through compotl lion Under the shelter of this protective tariff has been built up the American trust svdtein for tilt monopoIyWuy not abolish the protective tariff relieve tbe American pro pee Irom its unjust tax and ut the same limos starve out thece trustsII fostered by tho tariff son Iin there beyond the further enriching ot the oyudicale for its continuance o TUB Populists will hold their national convention ut Sioux Falls S D on the Oth of next May- A MOVEMENT Iid on foot lit Nashville to furnish separate street ears for wbite and negro poHseiigvrs The street railwayI management Is opposed to the idea BOTH i IIH Governors In Ken tuoky HeiMii to he wi H hiollued to ward the oonvieted criminals hI the penitentiary at Frankfort an each of them have exercised the i nlckIhomaman is at home while Taylors still languishes In pris- onANNOUMctEiTsi I I ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAILROAD TOUR OF A- LLMEXICOI lathe llllnol Central under the upleet of Ibe AMERICAN TOURIST ASdOflA TION will leave Chiogor rob 0 1000 TlokeU Include all expeniT Rsllwajr Steeping and Dining CAr Farce lIolell Oitiriagei etc CALIFORNIAVIA NEW ORLEANS Cincinnati and from Lotllerille IFrom and Friday From Chicago Personally conducted Run through to Loa Angeles and San Franclnco via New Orleans in connect lion with the Southern Pacific Conneo lion made with dally trains out of New 0leaon for the Pacific Coail Tne Limit ed of the Jlllnota Central connects on MonJarg and Thtjrdy at New Orleans with the Sun et Limited of Ibe South ern Pacific giving special through eertlce to San FrancUco FULL PARTICULARS concerning all of the above can be had of agents of the Illinois Central or by ad dresiing W A Kelland A 0 P A I LouUvllle K- yIIOll1LE AND 01110 IUIU10AD TilE POPULAR LINE FOR SL Louie Chicago Si PAul Omaha Kan ai City Deirolt Toledo and all points North East and Weil Cairo New Orleans Mobil Birmingham Nnsh tllle Chattanooga Montgomery Tliomaa fllle Atlanta Augusta Cliarlettoa Sa vannah Jacksonville Tamp Port Tam pa MUmi and all polnta In thus Southeast Elegant Vegiibuled First Class Goaclie with smoking room end complete toilet for Iladles androom and lavfttoriea gen tleman Porter in atlendauee charged with the comfort of the ini nftri Alo Vestlbuled Palace Sleeping Cart with- Drawing h Ruom and Bullet between St Louis and Mobile New Orleans Mont gomery Thomavfltle and Jaokicnville FlaE IJ BLAIR Traveling Passenger Agent Jaokion Team Any Fool Can JJo It The Oommorcliil Oourle attics IB Btipplfod with n now BI ckons dt rfer typewriter the hot Inn nhlne uncle uud Saturda3 eve manipulatingit j who hud entered the ufflcnail arid i1VhntiJ 1caltSI A writing machine1 we nn 1 ookt t RwprpdllIB IaNSe her but I told him he wimtit t mmrt oruonch Hat Ileo now any gosh dinged rot1 kin Jist i git ereI inncliliio nn grind or out lCom moroinl Courier I i I KentuckyThe Ho tel were quietly rending their let era and piippra when the voice of the clerk rang nut Dodge bbbhalldownchair to UIH floor Its nil right now gentlemen announced the clerk H moment later you cnn get up 1I81Z01l1 r As they resumed their teats tbo clerk explained It was Ool Borem be raid looking for a man I wouldnt have given the general warning note If it hadnt been for the fact that the Colonel IB BO blamed crosstyod that you 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