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J I t J J A A i or i titt 1 t t 1 S p A r W f 17HE 1 FIICKMNr JItlEH r 1 o 1 t t 1 r r dO TT TI p = OLlESrr rJ tiV8PA1EPSST R T ENTYJCIKY X tif Iiirr EStABLISHED 1HMJtl Ye MARoa i ft IDOO VOLXXXV NO 15 ELLISONS EARLY SPRING OFFERINGS MuUfulMan Tailored Skirts w Wo are ebowiag many tut fal Guitar IIoareepstteand Malgelnborutoly nj1AItStUohlnpSomo 4pII1IqunOur PriceSiDua hew Sktrt ISJUIUuh iWoi tIn tlowerl 1900 Styles Silk Waists At 8760 wo show superb hello Tafia tppUgaonuwAt 8760 Orrano Taffeta biro lrlpel tuoked front lapel and oollnr over i rbonDruidAlso In TurqnoUo Blue with n w sleeves and stock collar At 8825 Royal Pnrplo Satin tveked all over A Royal Waist indeed At 1500 elegant Black Stttlu corded valneAtrd yoke edged with Bleak Silk IJrnldf New Shoulder Capes Prtt tics Drug DULER Iii FREE in 00 in oar Clothing I ISPRINGou our 500t750 t 1250 41600 mitt SUITS were nnv grantor lu of goiiernl a4vfluoe in Olothlug fabrics We bovykl too early advance to wdeliue At Ho add our SilkPuff Stripes tars Boltilu with em broldtmi Will satisfy all tratwtfor both gorgeoaauesii and the NtlerntluOfl lOo nod 1 00 that will choir the jnvoiiflo ae1Shirts in doJ arof Style and Patterns Prices ranging tom fl60 made op from iuimrttd 25JOurator mid better thus evr beorei1ire will pleaie Wrly U j P w s 1IXNF 1 I T Tltlea rnat c1 UOLCOHDK V Prttt Co JOIIJIOIrIr BICKMAN BANKHIOXlKAN KENTUOZT sptjrir71m1lKaai3lreneflL f St Paid Up Capital 5000000 10000Solloltcto our Customers Connistent with EetabliBhod Bunking PrinolplcB DIREaToRsIR T TYLER 0 A HOLOOMBIf J NAYLOR W11 BALTZER J W 00 WO ILL W L MI B SHAW Mr Jorgenliausser Used to Worry UoodtiBC his atlvortfoionianta in tho local papers didnt scorn to attract attentiondidnt draw a crowd to his store anti holp him to soil goods NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Becauw he has found thAt he can got filty first rate ads chock full ul suggrstious tuft best that arc ap pouring in his line in uewxpapeae the country ovor for n dollnr nnd that tlu ir help it is mro play to arrange ads which fill tin bill to a IV can the same All lines Send n dollar to 1 AD BUREAU 8 Devonshire St Room JM BOSTON MASS DR S K D LVIDSQI- i IUJ DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office ovor Obwgill Cowglilf Shorn 0 fia II HIVraSuoo- earot J ItJ tt IiJJ to Win Dlei lbrlrik tN Fancy Groceries and Provisions M IIIOKMAN KEUWUQKY DELIVEUXr Tolophoao StorOKo 91 free Idenco No I RoOm CLOTHING tables 1000 51300 or spins tho fir tie 7M 0196 Bosom Shirts In cffecta boa- rtNegii new Shirtinpi SprTalrnnyers 1T MoODTOflllN with You do SUPPLY + h THE STEVE STAR lTflpv and Feed tubhIIjUdWlrwt weitof Wng BuggtoaHoneetuition given Your patronage solicit Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS 8ia Call andsee our Stock Everything up to data MAn BERESDElf Cot i In the i Grocery d DepartmentJust farmer friend want SEED POTATOES GARDEN SEEDS PLOW GEAR WAGON HARNESS HOES RAKES and SPADINGTOOLSNEW AR for the pfoapctiveHoiiHekeepers t KRAUT in Kegs sad Half Bar rels CAN GOODS in great variety COOKING STOVES and STEEL ItANOES- UARDVAREand NAILSrII- nStaple and Fancy Groceries tr we aria LEADEJJfl We want jour trado T ltCOSF08ION OF NAlilftJ tlirCoaatl e aai rov vri Kea J IH Lite uIJAIIs Rtekraae a etii rtH e t re c tl by the aaaie name but hairier lIs located In any of the shore coax ties Grcennp nnd Harlan have capitals named for themselves There nro 33 poot offices in the United Slates named Washing ton and 17 Wnshini tons with va I none nfllspB Alt Vernon show up with 23 offices Nantes of oS CPR beglnnlnc with tho word Mount come in to the tune of 430 with affixes nil the way from Ml Zion to Mt MorlubwKeutnchy has n few queer short names for some offices which might Indicate the people we ro short on alphabets In the locality of O K Ep Ned Ida Hot Joe Dot Bve Sip Vox See Spa Egs Uuo Iuo and Geet WHAT WOULD JESUS MOf Tho above question is going tt- out to a sets Important part in the Second Battle says the nederson Gleaner He who doubts it is far prognosticationsSome that book have within the past twoI years been road by the Atnorlean people That is we believe th t 1 larcfstt circulation over attained bulls book In 00 short a time Inilted we know ofno book In history except the BiUlo itself prlntelRHof an Iowa Ohuruh la the author lIe tins told u I etintifnl story Dud at the same time has present ed tho case of the toilers In n manner that must certainly appealI to neiirlv everybody that rends it But sauce all ho has forced thet profPRflluUUhrlal1nns Dot There is no totting aroundI tho foot that people are already beg i nuli n u to apply this In terrogation What will tho effect I bo If it spreads which it surely must Of course they will ask themselves tho question wlte- hthey come to rote What uolill1 cal party would be benefltted or would any party now in existence I eurllltoI I anlswey j G E EAKER General G10cer1 Powell Blook Clinton St StockJl toIOrand Choice llargain i LOOAL NEWS o ladies embroidery club meets 5 row OTtnlng with Mm Will Bllt tD J KTT Big piTRains lp winter goods at 1Jatflollletch1 easesICCni JOmjw I n Wado Little died at Clinton lav and was buried at tfniton ijr She WM A sliter Of tilt Johnle of Moscow 2 i Go to H BUCHANANS for first j t i fromDtlTThe trial of the Wtfg1it kotligrs dt WilD ifor lolling whiatoynvltlhiwt occurs before the U 8 OSSr knCr In Paducah today FbyI ed in marriage on the Ittln t rtr con tnlntionsand good wish tta extended S ognstdMiRcrencot ourmendaittageto1 theallfAwwtiedtilledjXec I JCorrespondenceltealatest I sTablets I ft jNl4C1Iaj CoTexMt I It WitIti I pear flick man Hfrwill Ifittve 4 botnn next SundayHad bjs fa jfUl accompany him And frTema his future homet I Au lilinois Youceriail dray tye ill pondenco with OowglH Oow na t UtokThey jy mo principally red gmn nOItcot rpod The indication are that the t CJODI1ble ftr bank tentateOdd Yellows U 110tackywill hold theUotf6 cele int tie nniveiucfQatofe IOrder blBlit81 yews 01c aifrtitl e me6aUA toe celebration infthat city Tie Oopner la advised of the erect ion OB delhngin boos Bummv provided suitable bmldiug sites priCNBulldlness potion of the town are scarce and bold at J ayes too high for the average citizen Vnd building lots in BalK Hick man and Vet Hickman are rather far oil from tho centers of bosinese ahem es societyc C Ed and Barnell Wright brothluere err ted in HicKman Monday byella U B Deputy Marshal chanted selling iwhiskey without U S license cnUbootleglftulIt Hickman white and black have been guilty of the soiling of whisky illicitly mot that U S officers have their names nnd warrants for their arrest The Wrfghts were carried to Paducah for trial Horland WbittaVor oharsed with tho assassination of Ooebel had his ex lulaybeforewithout ball for trial at the April ri only Oonrt The evidence WM oiroa i Btuntial but damaging The proof wa withfat 8 stories od to where the shooting occur red when it was proven that ho rata Gthe fatal shot Dame that he had tfteday be jfore naked to have Senator Qoebel pointed out to him and that he hwl soot an implicating telegram telling that itwpnld OCcur botweeu 11 rid 13 da1GoebelADJUDGED INSAVB Mrs Cal Brown adaughter of the 1 late John Wilkins of tub conuty WMI adjudged of unsound mind before Jndgo Kenrby WeduestUy sad will beI carried to the llonkinsvilto Mylnm iShe was in good health until recently nnd it is hoped and believed that under proper troatmeut nor mind will soon be restored I I rite tit Cuycc aboutuS oclock Tuesday morning destroying 1rho grocery house of Brown is Koper ion which thorn was partial insurance of Itbout isfiOQ i anti also the gwxwry honse of John Mnyflold on which there was some insurance The residence of J W Alayfioid narrowly escaped la not known how we fire origimtted but it is f nji o3ed from a shed room nearby IVliats Your Fnco Worth I Sometimes n fortune but never if jIUDdlcouthnekiaall sinus of Ltvtu Troab KIVuOlplexin Only 25o nt all drug sorest ilJa V tt J COUNTMFEITERS CAUGHT Sheriff Carpenter Makw till flail Sheriflt Carpenter with Judge Kea by made a raid Thursday aomiaff about day break on sotto counterfeit mofaoy Buspoctfi on Hamby Pond and eda4opded in unresting bmith and Jallae Hogan brothers Thoy wero arrested oa the Affidavit of one Philip Haas Ch them with thbigthat ono of tho Hogans pleads Roilty and Qlainia thirt he throw tho molds and counterfeit dollars thus made lab tho pond anti also that he charges that HsUs who swore the warrant against Iftui iiortnaUy gnilty nnd that Hana held Oio toolds whilst ho pouted tho metal or fiposftloa The Hogaaa untie DCQU living oA Hamby Pond a short while nominally employer ia getting onf tiinwr and came there frpm nick+ tJscoafd fovidenotnFAILURE lOf TOWS The House of IRr Teientaive liaa epokeM ew tbe aa Ject fictitr If for Puerto Ilipo Tilt JPfftf dftht till bas Bprinlkfng en tif+ tiwlu jdat Fast December wlie ho mtiit that It was oar pli+i dtate alro bhs311 analoBS Urifti te twwii 1 Iht1 United Stated aril Puirtf RnI eo antl givre lierSyrodnetafCY iM cabs to our markeiR Jtectllrl x i k tiT II saAythe opportlBiHp if tlm 1tUt were nrlJflluhlm to tpesk Hguin la C81OriUHtlon of fibs former ton lie conld ent uo recta titan wbleDer TJid oountrjr Ila Isieoow Indwore soil stare faatltiar with tin MuKMileVa rUartt ratite at crtoal1 tiaras Wfee lie ka istjjwdsaf vatMta aAeVex ar pra laiimtlen tot nfWr aa afoata la Hotif ami hMlikf tease MiaV ybep the tfeae eaaiea far ealahjtbluf kewaliaera l ftRlI tI + IiogoJ jIn congress Btioalll oppose the re Ipablcrtii schema to wake Ithe Nlc ariigati n menus of weakening In steadI of fitreugtlieniug tins coun try By binding the United States not to fortify the canal iit Ibecomes a menace and not a pro toution pathe the case oOllol ely anti strongly when it sops A Nicaragua en llI open to our warohlps nod clos to those of our enemies would doable oar naval strength A Nioiirngnat eanul thnt would lotIt ttlietleeta ot Europe through to iittnok either coast uf the UnitedI Statue at ttifir pleasure wouldI double tho strength of our one titivtnt Tho caual should be construct ed It Ufa aid be free to the ships of other nations for nil commer slut purposes but it should be for thri 0rnt war Fammo in India isWhile England Is paying at the rate of nearly 81000000 a tiny fir the purpose of subduing the Boers no attention in given to the necessities of the eturvGt people of India Thin way result In another uprising of t the Undoes niitl th jspending on the part of Euglao- of I tunas hundred o millions of dollars to put down a rebellion ffhluh could bo prevented by a little fortnight now FitiuiiiH is now prevalent iin British India It Is increasing in Intensity because of the not nppeiiniiiue uftlio Christmas rains Tho nliolo of the BoinbHV pros i detioy iu practically now atleatu- For Our Own Sakes Jon reS8mnl Camp Chirk of Missouri struck the keynote of rnili when he argued that Amer loan opposition to the holding ott the Plllllpililw8 Is not based oti rt unrd fur the FlIIpluoH or for d iiiiialdo but on lit lioltnde for tho libtrties of Americans aItpolicy tl of other peoples that moment our liberties are doomed We rap at diate Hie principles under winch1 wo ourselves enjoy freedom an- self ri government From a repub lie wo become an tmpiro what ulI 1 twperle IIIIIIJoatho sun rlseo and aII o i Qitwroug reacts ou tlie vgo n doer A w r s 1WARN11VG Te the President Fre nera ldcC80H OXIOAGO 2Jarab 4Speoal Tha Uses Her ld whose pro jprietor hue been ai close to Presii j Ideal KoKmley aa aay ease ID the 1 ooantry not eves exceptlog Sen ator Hanna will print an editorial In the worninf headed Dado e Great V7reaf to Ports Rlao t stitdheawaits they is November if a change IIq not made iia the pallay a aftoward Forte Rico Attar Baffler f that the Mil passed in the lowerrhOller Congress enly beeaase the President paraoaallr urged Bevefal Kepfesentativaa te vets proceedsTuas eamiaittedr How jrrlaveaa sad t bt with what dire iasBlbili JRrIRrtpI FNaveF Ja1l18J i liititl i ItOqiif rea and the resident 1 H r8iat laI tkeic present aoaraetKa Hlnf e nj8Hvejhe Repabllasa partj fre1xtaexfoveelbea-i tl e I rlri aott tkeaCfee preBldeuaj V Ww freerathe Boers who taiga aeatlaiei fall back Titer has been se bottle Baea thei fill af Ludjaailtk The Boers are aalel ta ba eaaeaa tM IIi ua a atra clafaailTa 1iIRe nub a rtira wl4 H a ka watt E jhhl Maady ifhtlt nr I x l j J Ietiwtt hurIfpisee fHr Ilits- bee ice raerrt la f4ltlixiah a y otherKiw tit tlaak kNli AIT OPEiTIJTU FOX Til BEMOCKlTi I Here la a paragraph In the Pro tA idents message no later ban last + December referring to Porto RI co It must be borne in mind that Bihcft the cession of Porto Rico she has been denied the prinei pal markets she has long enjoyed and oats tnrlflfw have been oontla ned against her products aa when sovereigntyThe closed to her products except upon terms to which the commerce 1of ill notions is subjected The Island of Cuba which used to buy her sadly and tobacco without customs duties now imposes theFsame duties upon those products as from any other country enter ing her ports She has there witheSpain and Cuba without any com tQpendatlnlt r Her coffee was little known andxnot in use by our people and therefore there was little demand here for ibis one other thief pro duets Our plain duty is to abol inn all customs tariffs between I Etg cess to our markets rhojjust been whipped with the old of ithe President into passing a bill denying the Porto Rlouns the very Justice be recommended in his message tlmtons English A Olintou druggist got a note the cookdup somethingtorasked for something for a swelled wo mans foot OUOUANDEMOJfTCOUltT KILLINU l tFront Columbus Critic Mondaylwberehe l i jail at that place under indictment for the murder of Louis Domontcourt Mr iQrogau says all the reports that have regardto t 1 nrofl11Aostated all tbo particulars correctly as it pnpc1lWeposition bo takes that circumstances theII lbOwlngthatHezkll1b rthe shooting of Domontcourt Mr Gro plannK t defense f Yti t Ii J 1 1 rrrhe Hickman Courier GEORGE WAIUIEN Publisher UICKMAJJ i t KENTUCKY uuuu w i s F c CURRENT TOPICS Paris needs 700000 quarts of milk daySweden has 175540000 invested InI railroads There arc 700 moo training In ath letics nt Yale A small body of infantry order i throe miles an hour London annually consumes about 500000 tons of coal Franco resolves 1000000 a year tram taxes on bicycles Sunshine Is thoroughly hostile to many disease microbes Hundreds of squirrels will bo turned loose In Lincoln park Chicago in the ilprfngIPatience and long credits arn abso j lutely essential in order to do business e in tussle The state of Washington furnished over 500000 tons of coal to Califor rein lost oartIn the Transvaal the working day for both white and black men is eight tours by nwtt Lights dot the coast line of Great Britain at the rate of one to eorrfourteen mliesII Mine Loubet wife of the French president is one of the best chess players In Paris Gen Cronje was strongly urged to oppose Kruger for his praddeisjpy in 189S but declinedIThe population of AlsacoLorain In eludes 1800000 Catholics 300000 Protestant 38000 Jews The Argentine Kepubltcs deficit for tho current fiscal year is ofiiciolly es timated at 15000000 The house of Rothschild has five ftroat centersLondon Paris Vienna Frankfort and anlIIerSince tho Tyrol first offered a born y on poisonous snakes in 1600 It lias boon paid on 31TLsnnke It costs MtXDOO nyear to maintain Wt the twentyfour royal palaces of Emrporar William throughout the Gorman empireThe IvgisMturo of Mississippi hat Iis pasted a bill forbidding the sale of cocaine oxospt on the proscription of physiclnnll Steyn has ordered that none of the English army medical stiff or nod Cross bearers are to br aken prisoners Aaconllng to r ierrasn newspaper there are at prtsent in Europe sev entyone marriageable prtncoKsc and only fortyseven princes Tune valley of the Amazon still 10 I mains almost unexplored What hat- hbeen done has been accomplished in I a great measure by ICropcnns The Hoers of Pretoria are making vast preparations for the threatened n i siege All burghers from 15 to 00 years have been canal to armsIIt is strange that the right hand which is more sensitive to the touch than the left is less lennltlvo than the latter to the effect of heat or cold According to a recent official return rro fewer than three and a half million natives are already employed on gov mont famine relief works in India The bottom of the Pacific between Hawaii nnd California is said to bo HO t level that n railway could be laid for t 500 miles without grading anywhere Although now n fluent speaker Senator Meson of Illinois was in curlier days BO much n victim of stage fright that it was only by severe nnd con otant training that he made himself qn oratorA method of cooking out egg is sometimes employed by fihepr herds in the east Tho egg is placed In a sling nnd whirled round nnd round until tho heat of the motion n lies cooked it I The London Institution for Lost nnd Starving Cats has now been estab j Batted for three years During that time 13004 stray pussies have been received and eared for or if homeless nnd unhealthy destroyed in painless J lethal boxes The honesty of the official servants in Great Britain is attested by the i fact that during the past twenty i toit light n dozen cases of official corrup f thou in the higher branches of the t service which administers the affairs of about 400000000 people I Eighty per cent of the cattle of Uruguay lire used for the purpose of making tasajo or jerked beef for exportation to Brazil Cuba and lortoJ luxRicoA plant has recently been installed I u nt Ilouen in which iue will be made t of the carbonic aold gas given alt dur r ing fermentation in breweries gnd dlII k tillerli Malta is one of the most important coaling ports in tho Mediterranean G ninnyG j a Ihere ii at all times a large stock or Land tjV j sf F l 1 u THE GUBAN SITUATION Natives Arc Not Preparing for an Uprising as Expected ItrcoiiiinrmlntlotiB Mndo H Gen Jne II AVIUoti Military iovoruor ot the Urimrtmciit of Mutnii nn- Snutn Clnrii lu tiu Interflow Matansas Cuba March LQenm e- r II Wilson military governor of the department of Mataiiaas Snnta Clara in the course of nn interview regard ing Cuban alTairs slid Trouble te alMoiutoly out of the question Tho future depends largely upon agricultural prosperity and where work is plentiful wages are good and u country is prosperous no sensible eau wishes to alter condi tions Any person who publishes reports rtugafor a rising dots so with malicious in tent to mlHrcprcoint them or because he has been left to believe this by those who know better Tha prospecte of Cuba are very bright If apr goes to the United States free or lUlU Ily ea there will be such nu influx of capitol nod of Immigrants as would render Cuba ere lour one of the rich est mid must prosperous ptaaua in the world The cattle industry yields enor mous profits particularly as retipecU working cattle which can never bo re placed by mules because the peculiar conditions are butter adapted to oat tie Coffee timber and fruit also offer great Inducements to capitalists and tobacco planting yields almost imme diate returns I do not ponsidcr that tbe immedit ate future of Cuba depends chiefly upon schools road making improved sanitation or judiciary reform al though of course those things are of very great importance The best the United States can do for Cuba and the Cubans is to glee cry opportu nity for improving the value of the land by putting it to the boat uses In this way capital could do an Im mense amount of good here as well as get largo returns I suggest supplying cattle for working purposes on u time basis accepting regular of interest whloh should be about one per cent a month Cattle can be lauded here at a poet of fJOo yoke which once here would bring more than 150 Large uunders of working mUle are required by reliable sins hardworking men who are anxious to ob tain them Were I man of SS with un rgyt and some capital 1 should cer tainly look upon Cuba m otto et the boat places to accumulate wealth Gen Wilson says he huts lnvt tl gated the reports that My Drake of Chlango had been endeavoring to fo trouble sad has found these untrue So fever he IIs able to judge Mr Drake is an honorable man who in Cuba for a pleasure trip Stars and Stripcarurtt Duwn Omaha Neb March 5One of the incidents of the heated municipal campaign which lisa just closed was the tearing down and destroying of an American flag and the culmiituting therefor of a rod flag on a tinS poie In Mayor Moores yard some time Sutur day night Sunday morning the mayor wits astounded to see the ml cloth fly Ingwhers erstwhile the stars and stripes floatc1 As the rope wan cut is honor hail to call on the fire de partment to run up n ladder stud take- down the red cloth 1ii then ran up brandnew American flag to the top of the mast The work Iis supposed to hafa been done by political opponents Yvette Oiillbertn Narrow Iipnpe Paris March 5 Mile Yvctto Gull bcrt narrowly escaped being burned while asleep in nn invalids chair The curtains of her apartment in the Av enue de Vllllers caught fire Choked with smoke she awakened and called for help being unable to walk alone as she Iis only now recovering from the effects of the recent operation for the extirpation of her rignt kidney Manned by her cries her attendants rushed in and removed her to n place of safety otter which the fire was ex tinguished Member of Inrllniiiont In n Wreck Toronto Ont Mnrch 41hc Mon treal express on the Canadian Pacific railroad duo here at 730 n m Satur tiny jumped the troth between Panty Pool and liurkton stud bounded down strop embankment the coaches toppling over each other os they nnarud the bottom of the Incline live train was proving at a rapid rate of speed There were a largo number of pas stagers aboard ninny being members of parliament on their way iron Ok tavern Twentyone persons wcr in jured none of them seriously Ilnvo Inltli In the Canal Managua Nicaragua March 4The news of the remodelling ot the Cloy lan ihdwer treaty and of the revised form being sent to the senate of the united States hue just readied Nlc aragua The people of this country now declare their faith in the curly ompletlon of the ccnal Fouttlit WIIU AXPH Norfolk Vn March 4eA a result jf n quarrel between their wives Ear yOllmore ocd 30 and StophcnShaw igtil 43 fought a duel with axes at heir home in Northampton county ihnoro split Shaws head In twain The murderer tlCUpCtJIA Lionnnh Blows Up San rrunclrwjo March 4A launch if thn transport Huncook blew up liter altar Saturday seriously injuring wo jrqtJj crew It 1M believed that icr hollers had been allowed to run In LtLYYM M ilfil Si t t- A FIRST LAFAYETTE DOLLAR Itotit J Tlioninion Itenresenllnu 1rvnlilPiit McKlnley Present It ii to 1resldrnt outset Jt1om1I1OIlmoiiunuMit commission an sprola commlftHioncr of the United State representing President MeKlnley nut In his name prusentcd to lrtllun Loubet Saturday morning thin firs of the Irftfayvtto dollars which wai enclosed in a casket costing tOO TIio presentation took place at th KIt PRMes Mr Thompson accompanied by tin United Status ambassador loin Jtor ace Porter drove train the cmbnKsj to the iwin on In tho ambassadors oar rlngo On arriving at the Klynuo n 11 MS n m they wore received by M Mallard subdirector of Vie protocol and CaJlt lhaguet of the French na who WIIH the otllcer on duty fhd Americans were conducted to th presidents cabinet study where M Loub t was awaiting them Ity hi side were M Delcaase tho minister o foreign nails sad Ui n linillnutl th duet of tho presidents military ant liiwt several members of tho pros dents military household wore Ilk precentJen Porter Introduced Mr Thorny son to IresMsiit Loubet and th presentation of the dollar was the utHilo by Mr Thompson in a few tip proprlate remarks FIRE ON THE BOWERY Five ler un horned to Drnth an weru Injured New IIlollKIIIIII sevenstory lodglnjr house at 44 t 43 flowery The dead are Chnrle Huttie 40 years old John ClarkIyears old Kdward Doyle 36 yours old Henry Jackson colored 35 years oh and one unidentified man about 2 years old- Stephan Carne 75 years old wn burned about the body face and hand I nail removed to u hospital in a serf Otis condition Martin Gallagher I yearn old was burned about thin far anti hands and also removed to a box pital Kdward Walker 47 years tilt wan burned but utter having hII wound dressed remained at tin JUHK iAllmorgue I The damage to the building amoMt ed to about 9000 The pUtt 1M coo ducted by Domlntoe Mltane and wa a ehoap llowery lodging horse I i TO REFOREST A WATERSHED Attempt tn lit 91 nde to Prevent a- Ilcirlllnn fir tli 1r nt John totru Flood of lhM Johnstown ls Marsh 4 tempt will soon be made to t A large lportion of the Conraftuh watershed to prevent damage i row freshets or a poasibls repetition a the TohMtown hood of 1880 wbciStn 000000 IIn property was carriodfowiy and nearly HVC tbumwnd IhWwrr lout The region laI jwettltarly llabie to freshets owing to Its goo jfrirsil character awl tho removal oft tim her and as soon an tho wroth r per nits J W Tourney govtrami at MI perlntcndent of treo planting dad an other working plant uxM rt iit 11I ROvernment division of forestry will ex I amino this region and tieoldo on a plan 1 of reforestation CITIZENS HELPLESS ilrra lit SpurtatmburK and Carry Pn Cause n Serloun Ioii to Thule Towns I tanneryknownat Spartanshurg with contents vua destroyed by lire With no mesas to tight tho fire the citizens had to stand helplessly by watching tho only illIdiiHtry of the tows iIxilng destroyed The loss is 60800 fully covered by In surance A hot journal In the drying room Is supposed to have caused the fire The Corry opera house with Its en byfirery steam laundry buildings wore bad ly damaged Loss on opera house 40000 vith shall insurance Other losses 6000 Inured Ilndly Lenten lljr u Ilurnlnr Norfolk Vn March 5George W Miller n baker and his wife were at tacked by u burglar while asleep at their homo in this eftalltl so seri cutely injured that It Is wired one or both of thorn may die lie then took null the money In the house andes caped Strike Tliroimli Sjinpnllix Chicago March Irho union ma allni its of the ChiCAgo lAke Shore A Eastern shops whICh art In the Illi nose steel works nrdltVU declared n strike and 16 of then men did not go to work They are in sympnthv with the steel works employes anil will not go back to work they say until their grievances are attended to DlNciimieil HuITrnK IVKlnlallon Impstent I AfrqAinorlcnns was lucid hero nt whfdh the testing of the suffrage Inn legislation of tho southern states es thoroughlydiscussedI discussediussnrnncu AKCIIN Kelt Chicago March 5Nearly 30 agents of the Metropolitan Life Inmiranue Co received injuries by the collapse of a niall grand stand upon whloh they wen being photographed and which I full u distuncc of ten feet ww JETURNINGTHE ARMS heir Shipment From Frankfort to tILondon Has Been Stopped + pe lleiuiirnl df tilt Arsenal Itiiili niiMit as the Subject of n lieu Hut ItomiliitUiu lltlnic lutroi- luopil lu the Svimte London KyH Maroh 4 Two fulltear such of army equipage including null nrjiM two Jntllng gaits the uiioiiH sad Inrgt quantity ot am kiitltlon of nil kindu arrived hers nT tho I 4k N front Frankfurt ad wed to Col Roger Willlama Cnpt incur of the luiuilon company of ate gimrtlH Is in ohargo of the war iplemcnts and has a strong guard tr them rite mining of this moo not generally uiidnrstooil lucre Frtuikfort Ky Maroli AiUtlptnext v tho guns and ammunition of war to Itindon eonthml Monday Carload of itall arum ami other equipments WAS Jilpod Monday morning Ths stung gun ami other arms in i if by the soldiers on the state ogre stusrp are of course still ure Ilrpublifsn Got Taylor left r Dutlrr county Monday morn ng to attend t kit funeral of his rutker Alonso Taylor Fmukfort Ky Marrn I1M the Ifinocrntie senate Monday Sonntor iu11 lntroduc Hl a bill which to aimed it It imbllc n hoc Tayiar and rttHib limai ns our state oaViiUs The Mil iirovldcM that say state oflkor who halt forcibly hokl JlOIWIftIMIoII of tho tHeo for a larger frw thou live lays after tho IwgislHturo or state contest board skall have doctoral an it her porson iognlly ektttod sMall lw guilty of Many I Thero WM more war talk In the democratic tllltAltt Monday Senator Triplet antiUoebell democrat offer rd a resolution to InvptiUgute the truths of iHtWwfcwl rPerluulteornlltg ohlpment of state puns and military lpsrupltabsflR to London hy Itepuhifua- ntor Taylor sad Ui tlematHl tho return f same to the state annwal If the retorts are found to be true and re turn of them Is refried the commit tee sppointetll to ntako the IInvestl ifstlon shall then wring in a Mil mask ing an auproprfaiUm of 1118 M to any new guS sal aloe sot tldilalrg ien John It C4Mrtt tnnn te Ihouse a tall or u ufltcieat number of volttNlccrs ia take Ibe guns root those now Iin iiOMcmslon of twiN dpi rotors them to the arscnnl A storm of applause allowed tl rvndlny of the IftIUu- Ibirb IM1 over one day Frankfort Ity MswI h dThe ar ers for sliljuwHt tfims and MMnmi itlott from tilts stat nwMkt to Ion tM t I was rnohstl a a cult ellI with HWBitloBs of wr e setdgsed- to Ixwdon was vnloadcd sad its em it its relumed te the arsenal here The ottclals ifiw no reason for the chungv of programme Thee soldiers artintri under orders worked all fore noon loading the oar There Is a re port that the war department at Vftsblnfttun Interfered and has or sVreil the guns and ammunition rir- end l taken to London to be returned here Thto jiromUws to be the liveliest week IH Frankfort slate the stormy penal which Immmltately followeo ioebofs shooting Before this rajof the week starting arrests will probably bt tale IIn the attempt to show n oonaplracy in tko assassination The throe men who chartered tho siMs4al train that brought thee moHiitnliieers 10 Frankfort are knownt and It Iit Until that they may bo arnwtod- ft Taylor gives no explanation for Chipping arms to London further titan saying that on the soldiers are gone tho munitions are no lunger seeded in FrankfortThe of the MeChord railroad antioxtortlon bill will mnko a fight In the house to take tho bill out of tho tinier of the day Those leading the apposition to tho measure claim that every republican member will vote against the bill or assist In breaking a quorum and that the defeat of the bill Is assured A numbor of demo crats are out of lion with their party on that bill notwithstanding It wan Indorfird by the democratic stnto platform Ilnnet Slerenry 1rolinbly lfIIt Halifax N S March 0A French man ut West Piibnloo near Varmouth reports that he picket up a life pro server on tilts shore with tho name Planet Mercury on it Thu steamer Wnndn on Saturday picked up a lift raft and n sailors chest SeveralJ life preservers ouch II stunlnurs hatch irn plckud tip by South Shore ilaherincn Tho nalno on tho preserver found would tieem to settle tho Idently of the wrecked steamer The A oelntlon In Oenil IllttHlurgh Pa March OIho In flopendent Window Ulniw Manufac turers Bssoclntlou forme l lust le tUinbor by n tie timber of tho Independ tilt manufacturers hex proved n fail ure nnd notices hue been sent out nnnouiialng that the association la lund Providing for Pension Illlln WushlnKtbn Mnrch aIhe house oommlttco on rules decided on ti rule giving two Friday of each month for private pension bills In place ot night Sessions mill will report tho now rule unless n definite and authoritative tutu Icntundlng on both sides of tho house tan lc hid Unflt in WnnliliiKton Vaaluiri tan March tIThe prcsl jentlal party reached WnaJiIngton rom New York Monday morning uv 16 oclock The return trip was Without special IncidentI t 1 f FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS rirt Seslor 7n hlnBtpn Feb SS Boimto Notwlth ilnnOInK tile nicrecmont made by the senate to vote on tho llawallna government bill the Until vote on the measure Thursday1mtxtq111ylilt IUtuGh It was under consideration HAArly four hours Mr Alurlen chair man of tie tlminco commltuo at the UI1 or tho sessionI made an oxpla satins ot the work of the conferees on tits Msanetal measure Ids ststemnt ire fsUInK In all unoxtMctml And sp4rlte tl Ow bate itpstilt bAttle royal over tho l orto bill emleil Is ale Inoue la s republtenssThethe cunfereiKw of the republlcsns on Abele tilfftit so ss to reduce the tariff from S to U per sent of the Aal roan tArt nab UmltlHB Its life In two yvars was imseetl br a vote of Iii yens to Tel nays Wssblniton Starch 1BevelThe tall provtiUjiK form at pttr1 tar tbe territory of Hswall wa psieert without sel0fully II ravored thus adoption of the Daft polkt1 y huade to the 111 nesys sues as a stales HOverMBHrat coukl l e eilabasb4 by tIm 77ePortouan5a rasa a1 the conference report on the ft 1411 IMII have bests dl poetl of next Tuesday House The lIra seared tUelr lrstvictory of lite session on this motion to take Up the cootveted election ess of AMrtah vs RobMns frost taw KourtK Ala IISSSM dlstHct On two eoumrste votes I aautt with tic Md of two t r 51411 ut Wywplni tat JI C Bgth of MKklsjM tMMtt tM trtwMlsans1 upon Ow 1uaai of ronsM- ersttoa An aereurol was trade t0 su Mw ties Loud Wit rvtstlM to coalOlin mall m itr Starch is A Wit posted skipWIndwsr4teaks sn stums to teach tic north pot WhI March lSoaaaIRII-II ta fans rtlcnn Urlff HWAant View IMS It trsn frnMl trust the hisses to tic senate Consideration of the Mil em bodying ulwtsnUMlly the provliosrn of vhilsrform nt for tend if Iwto nae was AnhourYohlll Is PMMrtoVriitlon of the Quay sees Slit UOIIIr iMss I prenxViR an alte coo UR5Ir1 was iii intention ot tic framn of th IIHtttahowldnpeiilmessage to4rbided upon rirt Ittasn HIKHU Mace the- vaeoatisp Ire ISlaad to W the roller oftte forts lllaiMs errera read to tic hues sad seat tot senate a t0 sorry out the crmlaadatIos iMil warn passed br a vat of Mi to- M OMsorrat IW9 hofMidets aRC two n4l repuihum lurEfInetwtacllrfI 1witdtL eiMleW1thu t divest ctrwas siepted esTlln on uM war for Ibr court wts1cep 1 tic war n =wa tall up1 aMsMSMMHMr IZee4 att4iatic auolat- ttpq I10 WBps mtA lists U s WIt a smtotr cnmmltt a s fimecsl sef ri As further mark of rt r to ta 4eesadt- he hiuer then adlurnrd anlll Muada Wnhlnstun March 6 rfMteMr Cur ler nf Mimlnna dalt vts MTulMlr With the Qunv IM i In the Mlntv In lh cMir of sn i M lininil i a ti why It will v for the I tnr sins r lrom lrrn yhs nU iitwitiiiMiKllns hr apt against ther Mr 1rl1t IIn tic teat run Srrt nr ny pave h to the hotv f- rciiYottag w Thu Ift rpi rt n Ihs inane Isl bill btua1 IKJI the spa CtItoIthM mmrvrv 1 of Htlun 111 thr uthet syMritHulleer i f i rth Cnrollns Motive The foltowlnff hill teen pss nt The stale of Wyoming to rvlltviutah to the tnllMl State about mi rrr of land STMttlfxl the sat si tic tlm ur 4- MnseJ l fr unfvrrrlty punei an4aWet other Undo in lieu thereof tn ae ur S Ienl In s irHtt of land at 111n t1uanttH3landtert rtlisse aNaeres thr Navsje IIndian coo whohayts brhui suits In the court ot chor toNNthortgh the Mcretsry of tic Interior ii fthfurVOLUMINOUS RECORD The lrrnl Icn Wriiiln lo Stir Nennte- Informnlloii lti lntliit lo our Plillliilne Iollcj JlrNI101lt spoiidence called fur by a olutlun- ot Senator User asking for Informs tlon relative to our course In the Phil Ipp4xr5It a very voluminous record ran taining much that luau alnmdy been made public and iud uiee InstriiPtloiiH by tho prtfSHienl proelamatlons by the Plilllpidnw rummisslnn nail den Otto reports of olUcvrs In the Ihlllp pines till cominunleatloiiH ctcoivid from Affulnnldo or hits asslstsntii or II rOt lit mat 10 Issued by them Infor mation concerning the treatment of prisoners or other Inhabitants of tin Island by the InaurtftMits and also such informattou as hits huts received an to aid or ciicouraKiinunt received by Aguinaldo and his followers front per sons in tine United States as to what pnmphluta Hpuvchoa or other doovi menti omanatlng In the United States nnd ndvirse to Its authority went rir utilatod in whole or In part among tin Filipino In urine against the Inlfiil States among other Inhabitants of the Island or among the soldiers of the United Sfates llrllUb Force lit British TcrrUorj Illo Janeiro March 4 Inforiniitlon hut reached this city that armed Unit IHI forces which are in llralllnti terri tory stem lulu Itnmco hnva hoistvil n UhtlHli flag Tine autliorltlos arrcntccl some pursuits suspected of conspiracy nguiiiHt the government Suvcral of ulcers of tine nrmy and navy are among the suspected persons 1 A bworil fur Cronji Paris March 4ilnu subscription opunyd by M Henri Hochcfort to buy Run Gronjo u sword now amountn to more than 3000 francs Blood Humors Are Cured by HoodsSarsaparilla It Purifies the Blood Cures All Eruptions e EradicatesScrofula I always takeHoodftSsrMipirUlalu thin tiprlHK suit It lathe I beat blood purlflor 1 know of Miu ltaHLIOtHtlllIlIukl win Mloli KrapUssB that owe nn tajr IMS 1 an Irnvo dWII IIfI1 JI1iten14I uiyfaworofcnurrAHUA orBleouttakhr I bad amfula ore All ever nay hack laud faro 1 bafaa tukuu Hoods HsrssiKirfflh anti la a few wvaki 1 owkl net so tw sJlln ofUteteroa OTo A MOOIIC Mount Hope Wl u SCORE FOR THE MENU lie oucot nl Ihs Irencli Anti Slraek- NullilUK lint IIKlla and Tuot It pick artIII 1 alt is otT Lop rd s Uei1wspspcr or naetkcr sat t Ira I I froNt a JlftrwtPtW trotter wJIxM stcjM t tlMMtrlt1 14 Na rsjht dawn lb ntd Nt =ClVor1 I rtlttIWell 1M thatuest 1 M it fIt paeksge 1 dent w1t a ota Ntk Whet its talllotta wtutnr lei the nlselW sit isrs luUtlMuH raH I ks4 to teis tars 011 I ekesadsal Justpal slsar te the Jut UMIIS on M lust tor IIt Ami what 4s jsM ttwak tins wmrter kavsliL us T TerihPtstRa N Y PH NOh How llsppr I Am WHtw Mr ArAte Young 1B17 Oaks Are wnt fie Wt that l sot r1frtfJnH his ternbl Naraalylta I hustt rtetbsrkMfisl Mairk tic Met nwdirts I ear gst te SJT Lifo I awsrtUtcibex bt I sosdja befoe NU husband to braid from tla labor Pliesi I sot he hsu wit nutny a- stf thug- t1aipb 111101 tfc hnttlr will W wet uslime en L- tjrfj4 sf 3Sr UrssbsUto sssjutotag JIB x01 Fat tga kssssssUc cOs Ml Jbteke sn tMMy JU 4 JS0 AVomlur Ther Hletl As saskoHty ibefore s ternteeN pct tee thea wry bet I itll + ask q tot ladies who w law powdae J eosutnng buwMla to Ilesrs tic room 4aris I thus eaMnsscst M tic psis J shoal ts wt Irei haw s perolisr fishy for bus rpMoWh sedieaeeavlbc eounpow valet con sad ltd true ibs- roosttot Pal lllobt To Cnllfernlw HuleUIr and ONinforl ably Noct1tWLego1 Cbles i dilly 051 r lmorw rsacisco thus Rena ait rd dy aha AWIse anal Irni5 o chsrp nn All nwate ia dlert sars 1111- 4ttuklas end fiber NN w tOt buret Tg Tla 1 In c a verjrthisflr ilr 1a lO P Mcub1 aft eatbrnuffs lour UefMira lu Isllfor e rHiM Mu cverr taMcl ueV U vis Cni T Pr ten to fnnnstion and illsHnlrd psMpalet W y tow H Kmkrrn 771 uft Iln bleat IH IluhtntoValeli WorkingWomen ors Invited to writs to Mrs PInfthatn for free advice about their health Mrs Pnfchxm Is a wo manIf you have painful poroaSf baokaohns or any of tho moro serious ills of women wrlio ta- Ms Plnfrham sho has hctpctf multitudes Your lottor will bo sacredly confidential Lydia Em PSnkhatnsVcgotablo Compound Is English possiblyfering women No other niltetnv has helpod so many Remember this whoa something else Is sug gested Mrs Pinkhams ash dross Is Lynn Mass Her hmkslKg hntui Is always outstretched to suffering womana Top SnapI tnII1udtt BNs I FISHTACKLEewsnslse CII tcllIUlE alai aeeeFOWELL co- 4ISatlllLotIUIIIUTI 111 J S 1- M t tY- i M lf ONWARD TO MAFEKING That Place is to Be Relieved After the Kimberley SeJge is Raised The Ilellef at reotHrHnlnJInand Mm lit nn Army of Only 3eH Strnng KniRortotirolltt4ni1oIlStoynThpI mentioned but It IIH holleved to be StntcThosecomer rent with tie effect the recent re verses hnvc litidon expressthetwo presidents IK preliminary to n Istheprosure prelIunt der In the llritll colonies rather tlmn In the IlrannalI Inclinations of- tho 1IIl Nests as nit the available Information dej4ot them nn being as latermlHwl M ever to persist In the war tlHtil nourre of the republics lire iiitiek iw ro enfeebled than they om to be at prtwtHit although sumo iiguutliRIttI In attacked to the consul tfttlon Itltrw of the reported vlilt to DuvllllcrsSirrfbly an private htwinMM and for their Urn 1 It h- IrfHMlonl Marsh OA spcotal to tho Time trout Lourenzo Miinjiit dated SUM saya I Irelout reportl OOH linn that the TniiMvtial republic has QHtticd neirotkiUoMa looking to the- PYriNR of liHwoe- OH the other band It In nworted that the Horn will make a 1111111 tit lien ewe and Lftlngs Ni k anil that In tho iHWNliaw inttrMiehniunU nt Pretoria are Ixrinff extended In anticipation of H tMfge A conference between the llow prrahlenU It IIK added and tho MMHralI eoamandlHff the floors In nortkertf Natal wns hurriedly ar npdoa rltt of the vows of then trowjea Miroftder 1ittU Thursday night oMIrlnl eoHflrmaUott of the Hr rwidrr was withheld from the public London Marvh I Mafeklng lIs to IIIl relieved M ROOM IM the liritnth force ulnwrivI ON tho way to Kimberley con ratw the loK This force ia doBcrfbwI tafruely an slroHg IM view of the foci that tbc KltHborley right horse ta under the aoHtrol of tae LMtor Co hard Roberts vMt to Klmbdrkty probably hud to do with UH arrangement wkh Cortl JUt 4 to IMO this company Of UV M- VTMk feitalltf MM0 aa to what Lord Itcboru IB doing kM oamwxl again K lIMIIJ1WLIt uhoii to IIIMM thatt n flfiHP3 t t or 1ft about v 1 J1tR tJ A floor MRlvrji st e HH muH iily native I IH thla HorthwwtarH M8tlon of Cap CakMy wi ru tlnpj are tlrrlnj tipI tho IMtrk Martial law has ooiwtoqueut ly bwn deolo red ItOMton March IIullton Church I Ill tliwrlMHtf tli relief of l dyHiuith IM a dtoM tch wblUhwl by the Morn lap Iont say It IMM been effeotoit at n cost of upward of VOW oDkrcra and mnn In nn ttrmy only SSMO strong lie ioen fill to pny n high trihut to Sir Itndm llullcr mphanlzlng the voHlpnrw hits tnn hnd In himv1th out which the entrrprlne could hardly hnvo sueeoslod Of low Itiillern attack on February n Mr Churahlll nays Considered la itself It was n masterpiece soundly oonoolvml boldly Inunclied nud nklll hilly executed He nddn thnt Much nlno wnii tine to the greatly Improved iMtalllgtiicc deimrjtment Mr Churchill peinM out that tho Uooru now hold Van llenena pass but thnt n majority of the Free Stators Wave atcoinjwnlcd the TrnnnnnlerH IRirtbwnnlHni Morel Glhe Trnnsvnnl affuney horn conHrniK the nt tmont that 1PrwIdtMtt Kruger Is rosily to con elude peace with Grunt Hrltnln on tho basis of the Indepcndonnc of tho two ropuMtet and thnt otherwise the Htnijigle will continue to tho hitter viiil The ug ney bellovwi thrt tho AfrtliMHlor dom + mt In Cnpe Colony and t Ntnl will rebel rather than allow imnevntlon Cnpo Town March OA strong force of British Including the 1Klin l orloy light homo U marching north ward from Kimberley It U expected that the oroiwlnir ot thin Vanl river Aill be disputed nt Fourteen Btrwnmr whore tho railway bridge hits been wreaked Dordrecht March AIISvontng Oun llrnbnnt has wjor d n complete vfotory Tho hours are In full retreat with their guna aid wngona and arc bolng pumuvd London March 0 A dispatch to tho Dally Telugniph from Onfontoln dated Sttntlay rays Tho Hocrt front covers J8 miles to tho south of the Modder river London starch Gatn Mullerti rev vised list of cnHUultlen from Fobruiiry M to February 27 gives 03 men killed fistI wounded and 25 missing llltf IncmiKP In Onpncltr 1oa 1 villa Col March 3 Ilaiw nro being prepared to Increase tho plant of the Boston Gold Coppcr Smelting Co from Its present capacity of 800 tens pur tiny to ono of 1000 per tiny uiRktuir It one of tho largest In tho state Unutfllp Seek HiHlcotlon Bangor Me March 5 Congress man C A lloutelle hues so fur recov rcd from hlH recent Illness which made IIt ncecHsary to send him to Bbs tan for treatment that he htuluJtlild + n sock rr lcc I EJ TOO SOON TO ACT A The United etatr May Iteinllnle- AvnltiKt tlm Herman Government for Kxclnitlnic American Meat WnHhlngton March 6It In sold In ofllclal circles here that there IIH noth ing for the United States government to do at this stage In the working out of the policy of the Gorman govern ment respecting the treatment of American meats Our government has uniformlyI Insisted that no foreign power had nay right to catcchltic it ro linersharply robukcd foreign ministers in Washington where in isolated Inv stances they have disregarded this Inv junction Therefore offensive as the meat bill IIs to tilt United States gov ernment the state department can not find a proper place just now for any ofllclnl remonstrance against the proposed nddltlon to the restrictions upon American commerce The oniclols here show no open rev sentment at the recently discovered olTort of the Herman government to prevent our consuls from acquiring any information us to the adultera tion of ierman goods and the exist dice of diseases among Herman ani mals but these are quietly collecting evidence such for instance UH tho complete analysts of ierman winos en tering the United States which nro now being male by the department of agriculture with n special view to the detection of adulteration The wines Imported arc regarded as particularly dear to the Herman Interest aa they arc the products of Herman soil INDUSTRIAL CONVENTION inniln linrr of Agriculture Vllnon lny Altrnil the Nnmlun lo He Held In ClintlnnooKK Washington March GW F Thompson Mwrctnry of tile chamber of ooninurcc of Huntavllle Ala and IlK secretary of tho Southern Indus trial convention n permanent organ ization established to promote the general Industrial IInterests of the outli today extended nji invitation to Commissioner of Agrulturo Wll 110M to attend the next session of the Industrial convention which will be hold In Chattanooga May 8 to 11 at which all the comiHtefonnrs of agri culture of tilt soiitliorn state art ex jteetrd to be nttmtdancr Tin Chat tanooifH meeting will consider four lk adlHK ntattera of Interest to the south vie HdiiMition agriculture eommrrrinl cmin 4 ii and tint race problem The loiter will be dhKuattC- Ibl prominent members of both raeiw niui entirely R8 It relntm to the luduII trial future of tlu south Mr Wilson promised to attend this meeting If lute oftlelal duties will per suit SENSATIONAL ENCOUNTER Dai redo UnrW1iny Tlirew the onierr and Wim Renting Hint Wlim Shot mill Klllrd- Naahvllle loiui Mnroh On a wn aatkHtal haiHltolMind encounter on Knyne avenue Klljah Shyer n Negro WHB shot and Instantly killed Shyer cursed In the presence of n number of iooily Including Indies returning from n church service Patrolman ilnmoM llnrtwlg arrested the man ouch had walked about fifteen stops with the prisoner when the lat ter grabbed the officer about the waist In a struggle the patrolman WIIB thrown to the ground the Negro on top Slayer secured the patrolmnnH club and was hooting him over the head whop tho officer fired two shots One of them passed through the Negro killing him almost Instantly Several hundred Negroes collected but made no demonstration ft largo number of white people in the vicinity turlnlng emit The patrolman WHS hurt about the end MilppliiK litre io Ilntvnll Snn Francisco March LA new ex port from Snn Francisco to the Ha waiian IIslands is rice which has lately been sent In large quantities to Hon olulu Hilo soul other outside ports The rice Is raited In loulslann The first shlpmefitH were madi at the beginning of the plague and up to dnto XSOOO hugs have been shipped from Son Francisco Heretofore all tho rice that has boon consumed at tho Islands other than wljnt hiss been grown there has comofrom Tnpnn Three llnntcrn Ilnr Cumberland ifd March G1Icllry nod Wllbcr Deem and Albert Dollar vcty fatally Injured In nn explosion near Hcdgevlllo W Vh The boys truckedl a rabbit Into n hole such de cided to blest time log IIn some way tho cxploflon occurred whllo they were on the log Only ono of tie boys was able to reach home litter tho no eldont A Novel Itnllrond stilt Itnllcgh N C March OA novel suit Is on trial In the supreme court It A Illchardsow a discharged loco motive engineer sues the Atlantic Coast line for reinstatement nnd 10 000 dnmngcs on the ground that IK was to servo during good behavior and hence hud property right in the position under n miprcmc court do ulslou Mrs Wnlcutl Divorced Denver Col March OUcfoxf Judge Allen of the district court Mrs Frances M Wolcott was grantedl an nlwoluto divorce from Senator lid ward O Wolcott on the ground of di section Senator Wolcott was not present and no evidence was Introduced for the defense snot Hy n Mali In Jnll Charlotte N C March 6For as saulting nn 8 year old girl at Clyde 1httJ1I1T0tic jnll nt WayneavlUcN Cv NEW FINANCIAL LAW Treasury Department Preparing to Put it Into Operation New IlomU Will He U aed to tke holders of the Old Honda to Their Face Value Washington March 0Plane for complying promptly with the new currency law cure being considered in the Treasury Department and it will be put into operation at the earnest possible moment after its passage Secretory Hugo will have a new form pre1llRretland silver certificates and legal ten der notes from the funds used in tin ordinary fiscal operations The most important work to be done Is to prepare the new hands un tier the refunding platrh-o jJ now 2 per cent bonds will bq issued to holders of the old bonds tq tho faco value of the old bonds but certain premiums will be pant J the Treasury In cash These premiums will be such that the bonds would fly two and n quarter per cent interest until maturity with allowance for the sinking fund Thin effect of the pre miums paid will be that a man hold Ing n hand for 1000 will receive n now howl at 2 per cent for 1000 will receive n check from the treasury for the premium amounting in the case of the fours anti fives to some timing like 100 and will thereafter receive interest nt the rate of 2 per centNone of the new 2 per cent bonds will be offered for sale by the got ornament This probably accounts for the reported premium of five or six per cent upon new bonds when isj sued If the government were taking up a loan which had matured some of the now bonds might be offered upon the market and tfie money re ceived for them used In paying old honda whose holders desired their re demption In the proem case however the only option of the holder ot the old bond leto accept the tow ones or retain the old ones It Iis proposed to lIssue hands ot denominations HH high as 90000 tl thejwillt An apprehension seems to bav gained ground that the pending bl will in large surer certiHcntos fit in not the case The treasury vl not make soy roll for large allvur cer tlfieatos limit when they are receive in time ordinary course of business nr d for redemption omy certificates of t find under will be issued in thuli place This will tend to put all tin uHtlvereertifeatetlltpiolsmnllriotaMta 1 tharo will bo n tendency to conic small log tender notes anti substl tute largo ones The high price of the hands capable of being funded numb tho recent in- Crease of lank note circulation mull rate thAt general prejuiratlons are be ing made by the banks to exchange time old bonds for the new It Is ex pec ted thnt a rush of applications will commie to tilt treasury when the law it approved The Issue of the bonds nnd the payment of premiums which Sen ator Aldrich estimated at 8000000 and would put this much money in circulation BO far as it IB not al ready in public use through the de posits In time banks It is not general Sy expected however that nil the bonds will bo refunded nt tit present time Time treasury balance will drop ac cording to thin present form of state ment to about B33000000 anti the setting nude of the new gold reserve of 150000000 will leave the fiscal bal mice according to thin new form oi statement at about 102000000 a much more manageable fund than the surplus of the lait few months which has threatened the supply of the money market and required constant special moaBuAsA by Secretary Gage to prevent undue contraction LWllllnir lo He n Senator Nashville Tenn March 0In ia speech at 1ulnHk Hov McMIlUn an nounced himself a candidate for ro election nil stated that if the people desired to have him represent time state In the United States senate he would yield to their wishes nod ac cept icy McMilllu spoke In opposi lion to n protective tjiriff trusts and Imperialism and in favor of free silver ShurUcy mid IMlznlimtiuiiH Mliru New York March OTom Sharkry sad Hob 1 FltzalmmoiiK Hlgncd article of agreement Monday for II SSround bout before the club olTeriiijf the burg est pine dui ug the pent week of August winner to take all the purse Mnrqufs of Quceimbrrry rules will govern The rocs nnd the club are each to put up a forfeit of 5000 Ordered to Mnmln New York March OCol C C C Carr of the Std United States cavalry wax a jas engcr on the ton mer Ionce +which arrived Monday front Porto Rico Col Carr has been ordered to Manila Klflcen llandred Mlncrii Strike Ior dale In March OIUtrtn hundred miners of the Myorsdnlc coal region went out on a strike for n preliminary adraucc of 5 cents per ton to place them on nu equal basis with the George Creek region prior to asking1 for 10 cents advance m Aprii 1 which huts already bcci granted the barges Creel miners DroUcr rail New York March C Kdwnrd 1 Holdcn n broker ins filed n ietltlan in bnnkriiiftcy Liabilities 27 43 i isaets 231m r x JBATTLE IN LUZON ion rtr Minnie KIKhtlnR at Cfose tunrler With Jlnyonf lTJie Ian ctnrs Iu I itllllatefl Itt 14th Manila March expotlltlont consilltincofof XJOO men has occupied Nuevu Ca pcrcs province of South Cumarlncs Dart CanmrhesandtownsLheandcutoIncludingLieut40thregimentOn arrivedrn pUlllltdInlantlupon uenerrs and attempting to control the retreatAt Nucva Ca ceres the enemy was concealed In the oftheengaged boonet8Afllrenomyfltdoccupied The Americans buried 04 of the en may whose total loss In killed and wounded is estimated at 140 From Libmanun the expedition pro gunboatIeragtiaof the troojfs The town was found practically deserted The Americans dally scouting In the vlrinty report that the enemy have retreatedI Into the mountains The insurgents around Lcgaspl nnd Allwy province of South CnmarincH are harassing tho Americans there nightly Foreigners doing business in Leffaspi are living on ships in the gar bor or in the American barracks Lieut Edgar F Kochlcr of the 9th Infantry was shot In the abdomen and killed at a village six miles north of Ttrlae where he went in search of promising lute nn ambush away from his com mand The soldiers in revenge burned the village and killed 24 of the enemy The transport Sheridan will sail to day with ISO soldiers and convicts and 20 insane soldiers Washington March GIIeut John Harbour Uallahur whose death is re ported by Hen Otis was born at Frankfurt Ky in 1874 and served in the Porto bean campaign as first lieutenant and adjutant of the lot Kentucky volunteers He was lip painted first lieutenant of the 40th volunteer infantry In 1800 and served with his regiment in the Philippines from December last up to the time of Isis death PHILIPPINE ISLANDS- The Senate Committee IteporU Cb I lllll for Their Government Intro duced by Senator Spooner Woplilnptbtni ilareli 6Tho senat e cvlnmlttec on Philippines decided jilouloyh to report the bill Introduce byVenator Spoonor of Wisconsin for control of the Philippines S motor lodge chairman or tho ttomliittce made the report to thc sera e ThV hull is as follows Tint when nil insurrection against the wverelgnty wntf authority of tin Unite States in the Philippine Islands acquired from Spain by the treaty concluded at Purls on the lOtli day of December 98 shall have beer completely suppressed by the military and naval forces of the United States all military civil and judicial power necessary to govern the said Philippines shall until otherwise provided by congress be vested In such person and persons and shall be exercise- in such manner as the President op the United States shall direct fo maintaining and protecting the inhab Itants of maid islands in the free em ployment of their liberty propert- and religion TO WHITE A lllll Introduced In the Scnnt Which IN Alined UN n III MV to the White Inper Trnnt Washington March C Represent a tire Devries of California introduce1 a joint resolution for tho repeal 01I duties on white or printing paper and the material from which it is made hut directing time attorney general to proceed tinder the antitrust la- S v against those maintaining a monopoly In such paper nnd material Thin resolutions recite tint the cx lathing duty of 6 JKT ton greatly Ald Irt the malatontujcc of time monopoly that the price of paper ltal been in crcnicd CO per cent to thin consume and this result is n menace to jKipiiln liduimtlon mind the diuwmlnation of In formation Treiitluw AinerlentiB ItlRlil Paris March fl Fenllnand W Peck commissioner of the United States to the Paris exposition who arrived here Saturday attended the meeting of hi 0 commissioners general at which number of difficulties regarding spnct were adjusted Mr Peck examined thE American building and found the American exhibits will be ready foi Installation before the completion olI the French building TrniiHimrt Wrren Arrive Son Francisco larch SThe United Statcs transport Warren arrived lien from Manila via Hong Kong Guait and Honolulu On board the are tlauRhter1tcutCapt Johnson U So V and severalp passengers Ilro In Beoolclyn NfW York March GFin destroy ed the fourstory building at 44 Flatbun- avenue I IJrooklyn occupied by darts- Bergh i Ji Co carpet dealers and a fii t3 p u crty Lose 560000 e 1 4 tfttr4rfitFkctfrfrtFornSrflrtlFtfstck t+fYrF 4E ffcfcfai lriti6F tfd btJ t0- ti STATE ODDS AND ENDS I i TRAGEDY AT A DANCE the Ileartleim Murderer Smoked a Clfrnrcttc Venr the Corpse After CommlttlnR the Crime London Ky March 5ono of the foulest and most coldblooded mur dent over perpetrated in this section I wn committed near Mat llcrnstndt a mining town in this county nt the Smnllwood dive n disreputable joint on the line of the L N railway j1e Mlllard Hughes a young man from i Whites Station Madison county while at the Smallwood resort attending 4nI n dance was set upon by Leonard Smallwood Hump Gregg and others I and while begging for his life had the whole top of his head shot off sliottwiceColts revolver was lying on tne floor still gasping for breath hula murderer Leonard Smallwood took n sent by the fire and coolly lit a cigarette anti smoked it within two feet of the murdered mans body Tho corpse may I there nip night und was not removed until after the coroners jury had viewed the body ONE DEAD ONE DYING Terrible HeialtN of n Ilttle Hoy SplllltiK Powder on nn Open Hearth Near firnynon ICy Grayson Ky March JWhlle Grunt Mulllns and Marlon Dowdij were starting to work in thin coal- mines n 3yearold boy picked up half n gallon can of mining powder anti ran toward the fire and as Mulllns at tempted to catch him the child dropped the cnn on the open hearth spilling part of it The powder exploded with terrific force setting fire to the clothing of Mrs Mullins 4ier three children and Dowdic anti Mullins Mrs Mulllns a sleet of flames ran to a pool of water near by Mulllns and Dawdle tore the clothes from the children omit then from themselves Mrs Mulllns has since died anti her husband is dying The others may recover PLEADED GUILTY A Lonl yUle Hardware Dealer Fined If1 COO for FaUely ItlUliiK a Car- Load of Freight Louisville Ky Moral 3The fed eral grand Jury returned nn indict ment against John W Price secretary of W U IJelknnp Co hardware dealers onus of the larguit wholesale 1 houses of this otty thin In lctmtnt alleges that lrice on October 10 1808 billed to the Eo L Wilson Hardware Co of Beaumont Tex n car loud of mixed hardware gums ammunition etc labeling and billng said ship meat ns wagon material in through C the rate on which Is lower than the rate on mixed hardware The indictment it is said is the re suit of rivalry between St Louis mind Louisville wholesalers in time Texas market Later In the day Mr Price pleaded guilty anti Judge Evans limed him 1500Charge Made liT Creditor Louisville Ky March IAn amend ed petition filed In the federal court makes some serious charges in con unction with the bankruptcy proceed Nugenttia Fourth nv3iue dry goods merchant WillrNugent son of E B Nugent has left the citywith money realized on his hulaystore nnd thnt ho can not be The amount young Nugent is said to pare taken is nbput 14800 It sets forth that Nugent now line assets of about 7000 only while his liabilities are 40000 Quarreled Over n Inlr of Socks Middlosboro Ky March GWill and John Stevens brothers fell out over the possession of a pair of socks at the mines when the former pulled n pistol and shot the other through the breast inflicting a fatal wound Tho men were colored Stevens made his escape Umed file KntherN Knife Lcitchflcld Ky March 5 James Sisk son of Coroner T M SIsk who has been delirious lor thin yaat h+ days borrowed his fattens knife nmt cut his throat lilt parents lelrne- the motive too late and the son may die riuyfl HylnK Statement Mlddlesboro Ky March 5 Johnj Lewis liownrd is dead nail before he- thatexpired reiterated thin statement he killed his father nt the solicitationtof hU mother The boy was 10 years 0old nt the time ofjtlie tdegcd nonHuff they Illume crimeII Lexington Kyt1nrch 4 aged Meillers howling alleys and sa loon to the extent of about 3000 In I surance WSOO Hamsiy Co sign painters also suffered HUN n New Theory Lexington Ky mirth 2 John Morgan n mountain lotectlr says thnt Uocbtil was lolled by jpvrablers who had bit he would not 1lie govern jr He says he known thin men andt coulu arrest all of them within a week FlsUt it n nilnil Tier I Plnovllle Ky March 4Near Arch iI nr Gap Cnmberlaud mountain Robert SargentIand mortally wounded a bystander ind11blind igcfiand all were drunk aI TORE DOWN THE CREPE Ilent Clio Ward Confe ien lie and Serjcl Hen Iearce Ud the Deed + May He Court Marltnced Frankfort Ky March 4Llcut Charles Ward of Company C Lexing ton and Sergt George Pearce of thu same company who IB also sergeant major of the 2d regiment tore time crepe from the marble columns of tho capitol Pearce confessed to Lieut Col Morrow and implicated Ward The latter is now at home having the meantime been relieved from duty to return to business The act is thought to have been the result ot a thoughtless romp Lieut Col Morrow will order a courtmartial lie predicts that Ward and Pearee will be severely punished The charge against Ward will bo sI conduct unbecoming nn officer There I is calk of prosecution in the local courts but Morrow Bald Ieballtt not surrender these men to the lvll authorities They can be liunis1uUnbut once for this offense amP that 3 3r will be by court martinl KENTUCKY WILL LEAD RcpnblleanN From the Southern State Will Sleet In Nnnhvllle to Conxldcr an h tendon Invr Frankfort Ky March 4The committee t appointed by the republican legislative caucus to arrange for ci + convention of the republicans of Ken tucky Virginia Missouri Mississippi Alabama North and South Carolina to inauguntt a movement against the election laws now in force in those states held a meeting and organized Senator T Howard of Butler count was elected chairman and Senator W H Cox of Maysville secretary The Kentucky state convention will be held some time between now and April ofc Louisville The convention then will issue an address to the republicans of tho states mentioned calling a convention of all of them to meet nt Nashville Tenn later Wn With Morgan Glasgow Ky March 3 Harmon IT 4 Barlow one of the wealthiest men in Darren county is dead He was cap turgid on Morgans raid into Ohio and was sent to Camp Douglass With others be engaged in a daring con spiracy to escape but their plans were discovered and thwarted Mr Barlow was the oldest son of the late Hon Smith Barlow a noted Kentucky poll tician 311 uvrH Werfr Wrong t Oweoaborb Iy MSfcB 2SrjoaI mInors nt the New Holland mines went back to work otter a strike of three weeks While out the men or ganized and joined the union As soot alt they organized higher union officials told the strikers they wero wrong In their demands The mine owners signed the union scale The owners claimed the right to assign men to places in the mines Another Charged With the Crime Somerset Ky March 5 Mllford Dart att who was arrested several weeks ago accused of burning and killing his wife in an old abandoned cabin was given his examining trial before County Judge Catron anti acv quitted A Negro named Bowen Claunch was arrested immediately after the Bartlett trial charged with the murder of Mrs Bartlett fine KleldN Promised Louisville Ky March 2 From final payments which are being made on entries for the Kentucky Derby ot 1900 valued at 0000 the Clark stakes 30007SecretaryJockey club feels assured of unusually J fine fields for those events The limit for these payments expires on Morel 1 Suicided While on n Visit Falmouth Ivy March LAIJn Hart a prominent young farmer pt uear Domossvillo whiten a rtslt to his father niter Caicord suicided by shooting himself He leaves n wife and three small children The latter have been ill with diphtheria nnd the worry inuident thereto is assigned aa notoWlfe sad Child aiyslerlonnly Dead i1Colombia Ky March 2Tie wife and 2yourold child of Peter Cooper died within a few ounces of uaoh other und rater mysteriously He left after breakfast to work about one wnstfor Ooeoel AntnIIleowtnl IiyMarch 2ln the Ward bill appropriating 100000 for ferreting out the assassin of William Goebel was dlgcussud fo nearly five hours and final passed by + a vote of 57 to 37n strict pcrty vote Will Appeal to ConKrenn Lexington Ky March 4A syndi cute organized bore to back Simon Peter Gross in the American restau rant nt the Paris exposition clalmia i unjust demands have been nudc aiM that thoj wiJ bring he matter before congress through Senator Lindsay Arreitcil it Second Tina Mlddlcsboro Ky March fJohn Henry Cummmgs who shot and killed John Glrttn at Hnrtrrrft Tenn Sun they nnd war released at the coronerr I takenI a r J t- Yr= L it I 5 5II 11YIi V 1000 I Under Which Auditor The Fulton County ofllulals have received iliu following let tur front Auditor Gus Coulter I Frankfort Ky Feb JiG Yon I urn hereby notified that I iftu Au ditor of the Slute of Kentucky duly elected quulilled nod noting as such Auditor am entitled to receive and audit all moneys Hues forfeitures duos obligations I defile or tuxes which may bo due to owing to or to become dnu to or to become owing to by yon by virtue of your ollice to the Com mouwealth of Kentucky and us such Auditor I will hold you re sponsible and liable on your ofll ctrl bond for auy und all such Bums of money which are now I iereatterbetacky during my term of olllce j t for which you tints now or may j herenfter become responsible by virtue of your office or by reason of your olllcial ponllion or other I wise and you are hereby notified required and directed to make ull reports which under the law you are required to orate to the Auditor directly to me as such Auditor and to pay tilt sums of money which are required to be paid in to said office through me aa Auditor of the State of Kentucky Given under my hand na audi tor of tho State of Kentucky This 2Gth tiny of Feb 1900 Gus G OOULTKII Auditor I A Kentucky nuthoiity on street etiquette says DO gentleman will carry more than four pistols GEN FRED GRANT is mentioned as a candidate for the Vice Presidency on the Republican ticket THE population of Munilals 190000 Including 35000 Chinese The census was recently taken by I the health department I fSENATOR TURLBY of Tonnes see la enjoying asmnllaized boom for the Vice Presidency on the I Democratic National ticket CIRCUIT JUDGE SOOTT in a de tI cision banded down nt Winches ter holds that National bank stock is not taxable for State and county purposesa HON RICH J Buaa of Bard well is au announced candidate I for delegate to the Democratic t National Convention which meets t nt Kansas City Mo July 4th TIlE use by Gov Gen Davis of 1225000 of the war emergency fund has bomauthorized to re I lieve distress in Porto Rico re suiting from the hurricane Tim I l money will be spent in cleaning up the plantations that new crcflis may be planted natives being em ployed for the work tINthe year 1770 the following t wasin force in England How t different today t Whosoever i r shall entice into bonds of Matri lOony any Male Subject of Her Majestys by rouge white paint I Spanish cotton steel corsets crin oline high heeled shoes or false I hips shall be prosecuted for witchcraft anti the marriage null litld void I IHTHE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE t f YORKtt RICHARD A McCURDY PRCWOCNT J STATWII3NT NForthe year ending December 3 1 109 According to tile Mawturd of Ute ItMunnce- PepiKmcM of tile SOW of New York ixcoar UIrotaS5481f111 itBinCHCMETT JIfoJucJLeIHrI fir Ctafas 17 ltllth I II c = to rfcUrrfelltrt for EwUtfI I mtaliBlTl4iHhcte ie7SOM7 IS I rtliMtaete U1t1444I3I Sll1t7clO 08 AMCTt United States led Dad otter 17611546171First C3IAOneosLaIonCompoelIPotlallltatUlompaltODnnDiluln Sm l other lrprU r 311656 01 ash rl irJ 7rmt Cetu i IV ltu6cnA I roc4I ftMOOS7 41 ArIe11c3 Cutr1- rUr s3t7ii Ot aaUiOrtiOi tJ H6CI11-Llslol r J I c tliOOO Oft 301S41M7 I twrai I U milieu D I uic 510i28 ill Cote caleunrv r mined the forcgolaz 9UU tobeeorrs1itabIUCes3w i flreanaeetmAuditor u S3SCRT A CRANNIS v ilMtnr jTra R CitLSTnt 01Icuh V LLoYD d Vcrretoafdeat r raalQ CKOM wi TTMwrtr rirrBISOOE ZIIKOMAK + General Agent for Ktmtnoky nail Ten neesee Louisville Ky E R ELLISON Agent Hickuian Ky 4 1 u I tii LOCAL 1NHuml the pnxjewllMjw of tine Oily Council rS Come and stwi the good Ixirguluu the haw for yeti BALTSKK S5 Domw It te pretty hiird to think ill of any ono who we knuw thinks well of w llicfcssnya March will close with one of the most destructive sleet storms of the winter iu the uoftheru status CiiTTai your Fowl and Oauio to SHAW Snow tame women Me trimming How to save euungli Mat the butter and egg IIbtU to help buy a new spring bonnet Au ordinance umkiug it a nude meanor tospit oath sidewalks has puss od the second reMling before tho trout cil of Momphis The PickeusBorah oxntuinlug trial tlie came of the shooting affair botwwu two I O oonanctora at Fnlton has bou continued to March SS taGo to H BUCHAXANS for first class Northern Clover Sued froo from Bnckhoru x feouio fem are entertained among the fanners in regard to tho fruit crop osiwcially pmekfei The prospoot forth burly crop te fiivornWo The next regular meeting of the Hiokumn Building nod Loon Atwooin lion will ho hold unit Thursday night I5th hist at the court house 1 TABALTZEK DODDS are soil ing uair winter clothing nt a rcdicu bus price The Health Boards of Fulton an pounce that they have the small pox party strictly isolated and quarantined and that there is no just cause for alarm Spasmodic advertising is better than no advertising but the best results dewtt iu any light como from powlst ently keeping boforo prrapcotivc the information which interests thorn Clinton Democrat Jest at press time wu Ifaru of tho death of the aged mother of Charley Lee and John Mon ris which occurred at Moscow Tues day mooning Mrs Morris was wo un derstand about SO yens old iL We pay 1600 ym week for titan with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer Ad times with stamp IPKAL POULTRY FOOD JlAsra Oo Parsons Kansas Union City is to have free rural mail delivery which service is to commence about the first of April The carriers will make a daily round trip going out one road anti coming in another of from 12 to 36 miles There will be five carriers Says the Commercial Conrior The large department stores ot the cities are endeavoring to get a law on Rated bv Congress that would ruin the country merchant The bill which they are trying to got introduced allows small parcols to bo earned through the mails at a very low rate of postage an elevenpound package only requiring SO cents smaller packages in proportion An exchange says The fanner may not wear as fashionable clothes and put on aa much onehone style as the city boy but if bo buckles himselt down to bard work he will at the end of ton years be much better off finan getdiscouraged happliicedPfgainedt My stook of Floor Matting and Oil Cloth just received They are nil choice selections and I have put tho price very low on them Come in and make your choice before the stock is broken 8Slt H 0 AMBEKU About a year ago Mr Clarence Hart one of Union Oitya policemen ono night went into the station house UJrhtbolbof a live wire and was electrocuted his lifeless body being discovered the following morning His widow brought suit against the corporation of Union City for 26000 ana special term of Circuit Court will bo bold to try the loose Toe man whose occupation trade or business is tho best in the laud whoso town is the best in tho country whoso State is the best in the Union whose nation is the strongest in tho world is n good citizen whether ho is n millionaire a mechanic a toucher or M day laborer Ho will do Ins trading at homo even if ho does have to pay a little morA lie will take life homo pa per even if it is n size or two smaller than the largo city paper Ho will al ways speak a good word for hits own town and every enterprise it may chum pion Thou as n reward tor all this be will Imvo prosperity and the highest regard for his neighbor fjf If you want StyleFit and especially Quality In M138BS AND CIIILDRENS SHOES it will play you to see our lines I HIOENAYLOR I Cosh Shoo Store i W1t liars shod ninny doctor bills jiiuoe we began using Chamberlains Il keepij woiI a result wo never have to send away for t doctor and incur a largo doctor bill i for Chamberlain Cough Romeuy tier or fails to oars It is need lotus of groat merit anti worthI S MBAIIKLS general merchant anti farm er Mattie Bedford Co Pa For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickumu and ji A M1 Shaw State Line druggist I J iAse1giuusenti Tho Wlokllffo canning Company made an assignment Monday morning j with W A Anderson as tho usswiguee I Tho total indebtedness of tho eompan will aggregate moro than 2000 with assets exceeding that amount Tho hirantIt will be cold 1 scout us pthutib- lwith a viuw of it remaining iu 1Yfa k I hffd and bring ready for business again hill fall M Wear Diamonds on Your Feet Not till glittering glassy 8011 hilt thu Luathor Kind No sparklers ever sot off to better advantage tho hand of n bride than does a Diamond Brand Shoe the foot of woman or man No Shoe fits like a Diamond Brand and fit menus more than comfort or beauty It means wear A shoe that doos not lit will not wearAl shoo that low not fit is not comfortableA that does not fit is not trim looking DIAMOND BRAND SHOES Mt DIAMOND BRAND SHOES Wear DIAMOND BRANDSHOES arc Comfortable DIAMOND BRAND SHOES are Stylish flay Diamond brand Shoes nail you Will wear DlntnuniU l P W S ELLISON = =tY PHILIPPINES MAT HE AUANDONED If Supreme Court Decides Affataxt Tariff The Woahinuton correspondent of the St Louis Republic says There IB n belief m the minds of some Republicans that the Porto Rican tarla Intimates the probable abandonment of tbe Philippines The suggestion Is that it lis the purpose of tho Republicans to have tested by the Supreme Court with reference to Porto Rico the constitutionality of levying u dlf crlmlnntlnguuatottiB duty on good from tbo Insular uosacaalons ft the United States and that if tSo Supreme Court decided that tie Constitution necessity extetdc to these lislands and Unit tey+ D net be given the sumo prlvlleces us oilier parts of tho lerrltorf of the United States there will pe n chance of policy with reforeucd to the Philippines the purpose to re tutu them otherwise than under n protectorate being abandoned One reason for the Insistence on tbe Porto Rican tariff bill Iin said to be the purpose to have the test made as soon ns possible In the Supreme Court so that there will remain time to shape the Phil accordinglyIuPorto RI- can bill several Republicans un Bounced that they would be opposed to the retention ot tbe Philippines if to retain them meant that they must be permitted to enjoy all the privileges of territory of the United States Senator Foraker made n significant decla ration with reference to the open door In the Philippines while de bating the matter III the Senate suggesting that it would mean till failure of our whole protectlvo system IT in vory hard to atand idly and see our dear ones under while awaiting tho arrival of tho doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drag store for a doctor to come and see life child then very sick with croup Not finding tho doctor in ho loft word for hint to cotnu at once on his return HP also bought a bottle of ChamberlninA rough Rem edy which he hoped would xivo somo relief until the doctor should arrive In a tow hours he returned saying the the doctor neednt coma as tho child was much better Tho druggist Mr Otto Scliolr says tho family line sluice CoughRonsodyuntil ho has a constant duuiaud tor it from that part of the country For sale by Cowgill A Cowgill Hlckman and IA M Show State Lino druggists I all tile five full generals of the Oonfuderato army untie survive Tberw were twuiitjonii Llunten cut General In tho Confederate army from first to lust nnd of Iheno all wore front the United nanulyItlubardPtiyl11r LoulbVllle Ky X IJ Forrest Waile Ilatnutoti and John It Gor yQon Of thom the following tint living James Lung Mreet Hteph1 en Lee Enrlv S B Hncknir JOB Wheeler unit A P Stewart beHidrs Ukthese are expected at the Louts yllle Reunion May aoJuno 3rd W Sheriffs Sale for Taxes t e fMlowinj IIi a lie of real mule suit Iuwn line IS be eld ter 0541 III hum MI i1e ruri lhome doer In Hukunin Puliou WirI Kr on MenOnjr llprh 12 11100 j l i oflloik p in bein1l 0U ljr Court Ij ttfor SIMft until County mid Oollr p 1 sr firth yeur 1800 i tarp 00 Here ef I iand8ute It IiMMtuir uxOOlh cMlJO 1041 I it ilreen 23 neroier Intnl Stses nIlIl1tl1ltX j U1 BUM 160 ttW II OWN uiri Mr H tt UrwH i I MMI I IIi n Jltrjr Kiift rr 111illi Hule j sad oiHiHly us 01H teHR ux- yjly oa eea I ia 111t i I t f i R lUgtrt heirs 30 tirrw i slate AiiiliMiiniyt NX 4 I0i ob l 1mt IISO cwi 1W IIIII inn IV Smith 3Oei of IlIm- lJ State and eHnty lux I OSiII J I eon 1 50 SatII J SatJf i 610 ial It M T tfltn 80 urea of Utid Suit Hud wunlr ix 2 llt i rokeol tax 1JMX soot 1 AO JO- HIOKUAN COtO MO wet Ira Alkfni 1 lot IUi IHekiuau Slit and county us 1 37 Mktot- t r x lOt eont I 50 Ui dentin HrowH 1 Ul East IUok nan Suit std oHiiiy lax 169- boli ux 1 37 tot I ftU 4 40 Rrwn 12 man Ilets llat hick tsan t1IP tat 311school ta- tfr 08 end OU 4 tQji en 1601 904 IONi IlrvMO 1 lawn Ilei II lllokmn Stale UX tflr Mil I160 2 14 IhWII 4 Itlt Old IMekmnn ix 2SD Mhtol tax 1 lSij II ISial 110 872- ms Ctltr 1 town let Suit Ux no reboot ux 13a oat 130 191- Grier 1 11 Hot Illckmta Scati ux 1 7heest 110 82 dry Crwdr 4 Isis Fait llltkiu n sIt ux I 40 ithotl ux Stet to i 1110 4 Ul t BwlHK 1 I1 1In K1 IHlkwnn tile xlV4 i tihotl tat 1 IjMt 110 481 gflTlllt btir S lots lint 11111 mID I UxV3off ut IT is Joan 1 lot K HUktiitn 8 ltf- Ini 91st Ntt 1 60 46 flIra Llnder 2 town lots F lllak- ScalP ux 196 ittitol ux D8- antit I 99 2 74 alt no IIIII o iBi Loss 1 town tot Suit ux- I I I 1 161 school ux III 11160 458 fijlor MiOihr 1 tot Bil ltahillnII Rate t1 131 school tax 98 mud W f Mf Nit 1M 103 ui Niches 8 leu Eil lUekmto 8c itUx36U uboatl ux liti cost 1 60 11oI- ID Ptjni 1 Iowa lot Eil Hick Su lax 1 M school lex lass eUW 2M drib itNds hors 0 Ua leu E UUkDau di lt net 110 nboot1 1 ux iejt cost 1 M 416 a KolllDi 1 town lot State ux 1 Hj cost 160 H- jMt 6nfortl 2 rOIl Eal DlobuaMtro i state lax 161 t nbttl tax t 20 i 1seat1 FtlDk Umilb 1 lot Em Uleknao Suit trx 104 i MboAl Ux 1 Si I 011 160 4M LOUT Seymour 1 Iowa let Suit ux 132 otail60 81 Nlb n Tallty 3 lawn Ilets K1 lick i Mal ux 227 ieliot ux 1893 I mad 99 300 oait 160 177 Robs Thompson 1 lot tilt Illtlmnn ButtUxlM ichtel Ux 1803 and09 2 10 coil 160 6S4 Alex Tlltiwerlb 1 lot K Illtknuo i Suit Ux 182 cost I ro 281 IUD of F nail 1 lot Esat Hick attn Suit Ux for 7r41808 and 1899 11 1104t colt 160 1197 s4 town lalf Slate Ux 222 lebool Ux 08 and 99 117 cut 160 609 Will Wklkrr 1 let K Hlcknun Suit I lUx 104 Mil 160 3 14 Felix Wtlktrion 1 uwn lot State Ux 1 Ill ichuol ux OS and 09 2951 cost 1 60 440 Calt WlllUm J lot E 111 ell man Hult- ux 182 icbiel Ux 118 cost i 1 60 393- iii J T 8TU1J1ILEFIED- Sbcrlfl Fullon County Ky Farmers Free Column Under this beading wilt hereafter 1 published notices not to exceed 0 lines eaoh from former who are anbwrib IroIi ducts seed Ac iI Ono good Dnrlmiu hull for solo Ap ply to A II LEW Quo eithergI cosh or credit Ins R N Conn I For Sale A tIne Juot 11 Y McCoxmiU i Ionian Ky Cow for Sale I Finn Durham Cow with young calf j Apply to LUTHKII MADDOXI FOR SUEIGood milk Cow egglllThoApply to M1 A MoDANlBL For Sale Eggs from hiKhacoriuK Silver wynnjl duttefl Hood weight good layers rom pou I 160 per 16 front pen 2 1 100 pier Ifi J W Joiixsrov- ii llayflold Ky A P OLIVER I Blacksmith and Undertaker i IIIOKMAS KENTUOKY I I LYE of A TRIAL when you wunl I llIanklU111blu done or repair IIn- I Wacom c lloneiholnj a Rpecliliy I I also kep a full line o- fUndortakorc Ooodfl Common iloicwood unit HqllJ Hlaek Yalnnl Coffins and Cases wlilou can be fined up In short notice and oi reason tjbla prlcei Qire ma a tall DIJJU Shop near the Jan I jIBB I I cQW run j CwgUIIkAII- QUUITFIfS I Dctiggists II P11- 1ollilill J1ONIOLCIIULll SliIS ANIJ IrmIIJ 1111JHIIWIUS to PllBSOftlFTIOJNS Carefully Compounded Peabody z 00IOld GolduMountain Grove 2fiU Ooodb Change Siijjgoiilcil MRIO of our Dpinoorallij IX changes nro outapnkeni In domntidl- Illig route BuMaftiutory modifluiitUui 101 our present oleoilon law sin tt tits nhl1mloell Courier If H w fOrtlIClt for the Onuatltiiiion we pouid at OIIPO Ittiurti to the old iiMlppiiMliiiimlfrPBDOOtlntd 01011 ballot wUlrb with the RiUfllUr lprerleete Iibp pIoee of fifly feel nliuut the t plan the oloncd i onlniiii8 on election jtml provision reqiUriwjr vvty vale when reeurdeil to be rejURicd to him its rcoordrd In the proMiioo and hoitrinc of the ofJIuore of ttto OleotiPii for verilloiiMon Mud oof routine 1 Imfor hi Iruvetithe polls would be pcrfttvily failsfnotory to till CourierI tOLD COLDl I WEtISXEY I W It WBBSTBE I 1SOLIC AlB T FUlt I Union iYIenn THIXTON MILLETT GO 13 mss eei OWDUORO n Ji t f Bread18 Ta- rnAT8 os tvsI 1 or GOOD FRESH BREAD M 00 to nn Row + Glig Dakerg t tIt IIIw 1 UAItDiCTth 3 bO1Jt r Tropical and Domestic FruilirFfne Chocolates l Tobaccol AFRESH OYSTERSjl sail OKLBRY XBCSITBD DAILY c cFrvrh Ojjjwa acrred In Mty neyU eM nt aM leNa p Come ttUs t TvJmtMM MC 4A- t J j Now City Bakerya Iooit oc IA tJ UMf CQ r iesUel Idng nanie The Best in tHe World iI Yon niiiiol TltiUi a Jli11411Ut- c1i t Btt lag One of tliese lEKigeg One of Its Strongest Points is Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL MinutesBuyingh Call ami Kxtunliic Thorn Youll IJuy no Other rtwh HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1iM1JUI N1IlCI INGtz TOM DILLON ST rofirM aMMMt U I C Rap 4- Mirble 1 and ran 1t i CUEJ3JNG 1 STOJ B WORK of nil Klnd IRON FISNOINGc o- Hiofeman 4 XI= I W R WEBSTER1 1JBIn IN lilil KWUCKF AND TliSSl IFIIISKIIIS SOMfi AGENT I100t Club Bourbon J 3 A l rnilt d mans I 1 I I I Old Lincoln Stamlnrtl County Lincoln IJ Ooe3OOII fir SPSGlAIi OFFER Daak DEAR SntI am onubloil to sell and hereby ones you fonr full quarts UYI3WHISKEYI propose to slop on npprovnl in plain IJnxeH with nnMiinrkn to Ins dlcnle oonlontfl When you receive It nod test It if H IR not Biitlnfao ftory return It nt iniixpenflannd Iwill refund you eaoo This IB a most liberal offer and I trulvWTeng P Ts i r 1 Kutlrttatl Time Table N 0tL 8t IJH It MUVH AUKIVKH IIItrS I I I Local and Personal If youd avoid dom ratio trouble Hetnoinbor after you are wed spokenOr 0 0 smith to in St Lout VW SMm limit Sunday in Pulton- Kqgaiift K ylor fa iu at Lotus this week fg8 ottr line of Meue Hats for llnlll BALTXBK Donix Dr S K D nd on U in Tlptonvllio thta weekUtss P qa k vMtiuf iu Mar tin Twin thin weft KJtU Panin cell with your produeo- ut M II SHAWLS BIt Steve SesdsytuMuyIeld J Wohay Mom toad a flying trip mil OmtohOeld Iwt weak S riMa at the OhrittiaH Church HniHhy y KM A aDobuty QXtW Itoe Mens rauO Slmt and Neokwpar at BALTSUK DOYft a MdiiymMtedauuM H T Itoeram awl T T Hwajrue are viaitiwr hi 0HtoH City OSC Ttimk RraoV Ooltaw for too Done letter at Me Rice A KiYUNt Mr 1U Pukeit 011 sk Twin 1001 14 to thtotp tlala week All i Iimr who 1s MUM at C- aiuLm M has manual to Uiett tillxis Fill Itnrlor sadsIr Jar Kob ri ofntI uypea ftnndajr IB thk ray h j t li CIIABufi 1or 1m- dIe JnJrIt Clover Seed free iron lIudtbll lib1Ij starI L P BUfeOtt sad MM M Re4w i Ia Mao night for St I uaaMM 8 Shaw and Hurra of tteRle Ltuetqji Tuday with fits DPS- haw Mr liwk Juio4henuu im4 fatally nave atoned Awn Lux ra Ark to lluktaan SSTKobbjr line M aa UhOM for JorlDC BALWEK oDuL Utei BHuna UrH tt of WtteOM allellrss u the giit wf mil Jo4t FowlkMMi Jane llofthlauU Brtwm villa TNtals vlattttsg laersibter Mi o A I IlIoeo11tt1N twMl Mttla Tnrnudayup Plck I ot ottattoroal- aul t i ni his t lIiil7 in Kurt Hick innn tilr W li Ins I iplItO HttU diedi of puss moiii t W dint dy mght sera Wil 1lUtohuIrhl Mw Jd t W am aad httl lOll JufOlor muting rvUUvMMMl trt40 ut Ural III v111 Mn i HnMtard of Curios to abblttfflrearV c ivllt lUta for Me Wen wurtkw huraifhloc goods drpturt inent RKS A NAY Mr 411 male ot Nwport Arki a aples4 FtI tr i iiHirul artist to sow Ofa plord at Ui in r Barber Sbofi Mr Joe O kloy wbo bai been vis root relativea tu thie city returned- t bta laMe in Tyler Mo the ant lIMIt Mto Oraee Aytar MH MM Maud Btraaffhn left on Wctenday ot last- wreck for a vtoit to ArtauMaa City Ark Theo Ooalder left Satordajr morn cafll OH ateaaer Fend Haul for Mew phi He wilt 1ho abtent MTeral mouths Mr Will UaltMr of the drat of Italtaer S i114 Mr J KlI1UA- t the Hu4ot U 0 Amberv lento Snoday 111i lafe cute to buy spring rim midFtulnnLsderI Will Helm one of Ilickmnn trmhteat yoigig HIett winos in towu rzuudursuA yesterday tooall mi afrir liuktaan ftrl stUng P IL NVraka TV J1stIesf the Owmberlatul Ires hylertan CMMMh nave a coffee Wed nt day ivettlHy at the reMdenoeof Mrs Mnyew Balaam IClndred of near Hiokmnn who tKHnewtpted a poeitioa on the Mr tin Twin Mail vtolleu home folks Ptmdar Johnnie Moore who has beets tnIthug whiz Fteuolila show for the IrUlI Roe Qiontho retumeil hours on the Peru Hrokl lart week Some Beautiful Patterns Wo htivo 500 holts wall paper left from lust yutr which WI ure selling ut law thuu cost WILSONS HOOK SroitH Tlie young people of BaslfHIokmun vujn wl u recuptiou on Alonday night laM ut tho house of Mrs J W Piokctt givsu in honor of Mr Joe Ouuloy Mias Nora Vlncont who hue beon very snaaussfnl mnslo clues tit theKun io of Mr W IL Hontonro turned to hur Home iu Union city Touu Hatunluy Mr J W Kogew nUll Geo Wurron of lliokumu lint booked to Into tur key with Dr B P UDaniel nt Kuu sits City on or about too 4th of July provided always thut tho rtuiroad faro mil be rulMii Padnouh Leader Mr Oluy G Lon on has resiguad hw position iw rtiwrtqr for the Kentucky Loadur and tho pmi thou hue boon tlllod by Mr L P Head foruiorlv of the meohunloal doparcniont limo peoplo of Padncah will unit Mr Houd an iutollig nt cud nureoablo young mun whoso wits aro aa bright HA hw hair r ONE MUHK MONTH Uf Rough Weather Is the Prediction of ItitkH Following is a summary of tho con dttloua for March OB figured by Hicks Disturbances normally due about the 11th will this month bo dolayod or pro longed until tho 14th 16th and 10th A marked blizzard and boreal storm over northern sections of this country iiood not surprise about the vnmo time Thu cold weather following the dis turbaucori described above will inodor nto during tho iirat part of tho Vulcan storm period 17th to 22nd nod more murkod storm conditions will return about tho 10th to2Sd Centering short the llfith null 2flth ohnngo to warmer falling barometer and more rain and snow will likely ap pour Tropical storms over wide uroas to southward with conditiouH favor ublo to violent sleet and snow storms over northern and central part of tho country ouaudnaxt to time last throe clu Muroli hue of the most dctitrnotivo sleet storms of tho winter muy bo looted for over many northern section ut tits time April and MayI upon the whole somuVenusin May BIG CUT in prices uu nil Wintor Cools to make room for Spring stock 832t H O AMKHtui 1JIUKII1JUEUS IIIDIMI XKAK UKKL FDOT LIKB Wo copy the following Roan tho Troy NewsBanner The Glnjirr niirrow whc about six weeks ago near Itiploy abet and killed utMriiey genrrul of thb judicial circuit alto ahootlug and Killing an aMtotaut haVe beets boatel in Itwifuot Lake but toma The Uingeryii killed the depu ting beeaiw Uwy IHM arrmtMt OHC wf tlw OiHj +ry Imithertf a third aad ware Mktve him U Jail IxmtiBm IMS refused to be VNOoinated The QiiifforiK are dt lust oliarnoterH They anu rtu8C1 tu the teth having plttoU kIt aad Wiaeheetenc A rewanl of0o0 to of fried for their bodies dt d or alive They an sully idNitil d M one uf them hoc an eye out Mr Joe u- nH1m oame face tu lure ClD a bridge with them recently He did sot know then but afterwanta bavin beru shown their utotwee he to serials he to right Jobs Orockrtt u makuiKdr to ef- fods to bring tltllii lu W believe they omtht to be shot down like mad dop Oriental Earlor If jxra want a neat nice suave giveOHMorning noon nail night The sheen see sharp unit raatfm keen- Yon Hud my shop neat and loan Caste one come ah oowe large slid t ultOrlaTArdtI ttue sRI alIj A L HOCKCTO I IF troMblod with rhuiu tiitn give I hataberlntns Pain nalm f trial It will not cost yoaa Cent It It does no I good One nmilloatlon will relieve the iialn It ateo pares vpraint and braises in one thin the time required by any other treatment Outs bwriis frot bttca qnuieey tmiu in side Aid chest glandular and other awelllnn are qalok fy oared by applying it Bvory bottle warranted Price K and 60 aouu iowclU Oowgill Iliekmau and A draggllltBISIIUIAL ElFIT Ian of the most delightful ovents of he HOdul HIIOU was an informal party given by Mr and Mm T A LMlforo Tawday night The eveArsvag happy In all the outlines of cultured converse miwic and festive guinea Delicious retreahiiiaBts wove served said all oxproeeed Uieir apurKlHtton of1 Urn Ledforde kinduesaaua hospitality those prwent were Mr Joe Amberg and Visa Gmee Helm Mr Dee Amborg and Mass Clam ShawMr Arch DaBow and Mist LUll Bun roil Mr Paul Shaw and Mis Lydia Goal derMr Jessie Helm and MiNi Miss Leila Show Mr Arch Wilson null Mis Louise Rog ern w A POET IN OUR MIDST Noue ot Wand Lnteus frainds know that ho was a poot Not ono of them even so much as snspoetod him of poet lo leaning UD to last Saturday Ward had always borne a good reputation and been on divers occasions pointed to by toud parents iu a model and example for ino wayward offspring All tins flits changed The eye of suspicion is ui ou Him nod nil booauso ono ofHtok mana good pvoplo upon uuwrtpplug a A pair of shoes dlsoov red on the wrap ping piper the following lines iu bU uudlsirulsable handwriting There was a little moldeD ujid sho hail ioiJl turn But sho was all forlorn Bile wbhod she hud neer boon born Tho pain she ecarcely could endure Oh situ tried that corn to cure She couldut do it you may bo sur- eJdtduntil ouo glorious day rho will that willed it found a way Tho uiiiidou sang in oustuoy Aud laughed unit danqoa in root glee Tho rousou I will tell toyon dho got her foot m u Peters shoo Hanker flouts a Bobber J n Garrison Ouahiorof tho bmk of Thornvillc Ohio hud been robbed of hwlih by II surlous lung trouble until ho trial Dr Kiuls Now tscovury for Con sumption Thou ho wrOlulilt Is tho boat modloiuo I over used for a sovero cold or u bad oaso of lung trouble 1 always keep a bottle on hand Dont suf fur with Coughs Colds or tiny Throat Chest or Lung troublo when you can bo cured BO easily Only 600 mind if 100 Trial bqttlc tree nt all drug stoics MEr GM Sacrifice Sale OF W Dter iJ SJ IN ORDER to close out quick the different lots mentioned below we have mndc jBXTHEUE LOW PRICES to make thorn movejrriCCM way yonder less than wholesale prices jj- WE HAVE SET ASIDE ppratc Counters for these goods und they must sell regardless of their value It will certainly pay you to call and examine You cant hoop from making a purchase at those low prices Evory item u BIG BARGAIN Lot IMons 98JljOOT xf OJjOL 25UognlnrMKNS 800 lightweight OVBROAT foru 575 625MENS 1000 M MESS 1600 and 1lISgliMrelglii OVEIICOAT for95BO- YS f1000 IlghMVCiglit O tOOAT for OcO 175CHILDS iSS and S50 01iHC6 to 10 years old for CH1LDB 100 and 17C OVfiftjel fk flii 6 to 10 years old for8e OQrtKVKE 3mI 0 for275KN- EE KXJE SUITS JJO nhlt4oot bt 225SUITE 100 heavy wlbht fee Heavy Winter Lap Robes U125 Robes for OSo 160 Roboa fur 111JX 178 Hobos rut 136 260 linden fur 186 3JiQ Vf250jOOand 325 300 Robes Rubber Ilined 2 25 I Lot 750ToBaltzer DoddsI Reunion ar Llnisvi1to One of time propound features of the United Confederate Vot r miss Ronnion lobe hell hers May SU31 Mud Juu183 In a mivul jm rode on the Ohio rlror untlor the diroutloti of 0011J W Kowlef Rot M M BPIIIOII IIn mi fiitliiinl astlo member of this odmmlttee Ho fiorved In the Oonf luritie Jfn vy OnmpHrativfly little is1 knownI ot the CniiftMlprate Nary beoaUNn its diudrt mire oviTHlindowed by tliouo of iho arum In 1801 Onn federatr sailors were stillI in time sertirn of the United States timid ihe momentous li i ilou mum bn mado whether to go home lo flght lor their native states or remain where ithey were ninny sent iu tiioir renigiialioim and yet had to tight in lime United States verviue llv mouths after having done so Hundreds of miles oftllU anust were defenilnl by tugs and furry bottle whiuli couldonly serve toI draw the Yankee vessels from the furls HO that provisions might outer Dr Benton cum give UU In Ierstiiga0eottmit of tau cruises of the Florida mul tho AlHbnnm mind of time fight between the MUll itor and the MorrluIIHI Ho Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Reuiok Huiulltou West JolTeraou 0 aftor sufleriiiK ofII mouths from Rectal Fistula ho die unless a costly operation was per formed but ho oured hlmsolf with Buokleus Aruba Salvo tho boat in tho world Unrest Pilo cure on earth 26o a box at nil drug stores TILE LAW AS IT IS I In 1891 u new constitution for Kentucky woe framed by a con vention composed uf both Demo eras nnd Republicans assembled under the law fur Hint purpose seutlun 110 uf whluh rends an ful IUWH viz M0ontested election for Governor and Lieutenant Gar ernof nliall be iliMormined by bulhI houses of the General uuuording In such reeulnllous an j muy be entnbllt lii d by law cull Hectioii i22renile ns follows viz standing army shall In time of Ipiae he maintained without con uont of the General Assembly and tho military shall in nfl canes and at nil titmice bo iu strict sub ordination lo tho civil power nor Hliull nay soldier In time uf the peace be quartered In soy hour e JIthuui time uuiMent uf time nor iu time of war exu OWIIIrI I manner prescribed by lIKw J = n Tjesldent Htimson Opposes Porto I Rico Tariff nUt In refpouse to the question 1t8I to whether he lint as reported in u UQuverFation with friends ox liressed an opinion averse to tthe PorU Iltean bU Gen Iliurinoii last week f aid Yes I regard the hill as n mnst serious elllII1U1 ure from right and principles 430 To lie Held in Jnne If lieckhnm In declared Governor it will be necessary to hold nn election in November lo elect a Governor nnd in that event one convention will be held to nomi auto n Governor and select dele gates to the National Oonveiition III rtnnsas City This Gunvenlion will likelyI be held in Louisville In J lilaC DISSOLUTION exhetiugbelwteou I Parker in tho livery stable business line conjsentALEXFnrisII SAM B PARKEII i Match 1 1OOII NOTICE i ngulnstthe I hereby notified to present the same to me properly certified to within the next sixty davs othorwisq they will be forever barred A A PARIS March 9 1000 Admr WANTKD Reliable man for Manager of Branch vicinityGoodman Kindly mention this paper when writingA T MORRIS Cincinnati 0 Illustrated Catalogue 4 cts postage STRAY COW Taken up as a stray by 0 B Wil hiatus living on tho Little Ubion river CountyKentuckyOuo cow 6 years old strawberry roan color with white spots about red spot iu lorehead bush of tall pulled off half undcrcrop in right ear and crop and split in loft ear weight between ao0 and 000 pounds smooth crumpled horns about 8 inches long shows Dur trLthis February 12 1900 H M KGAUBY J F C 0 A copy attest S D Lutcil Olk IF B O Ramnge D 0 181144 I ilA71lIRlfaEllin Uralmin Cleared The examining trlnl of Ellin Grim hum the blacksmith was conclu ded Thursday and Oonuly Judge Elmoro refused to hold him orer to tho March term of court and he was ordered released front jail Graham ns tho Monitor readers will remember was ar rested in January on the charge of poisoning his wife In order to get the 82000 insurance on her life The woman died very owl denly Bud her husband WitS plac- Id in jail a few day afterward The stomach of Mrs Graham watt sent to Louisville for chemical analysts and as soon as this was done the examining trialI began before Judge Elmore Bfore time conclusion of he case how ever he was confined to his bed from vaccination nnd it was not until last week ho recovered suf ficiently to resume the trial The evidence introduced was nil cir cumstantial nnd Grahams attor neys were confident of his oc quittal from the beginning The case attracted u great deal of In terest and tho verdict seems to have been no surprise to the peo ple genen llj Masfield Monitoi cTHE Louisville business men who went to Havana to look Into ihe prospects of developing busi ness in Cuba have returned They were not so well pleased as they expected to be with the business outlook I = The This wenlll rI innoldSued Mrs L J Hay has sued the city of Mayfield for 1000 damages I DewyIbases her suit on the ground that time city is obliged to provide ad extinguishfires provideI She basis her loss at 81000 and seeks to make time city pay it C IT IS BUT JUST ii President Mchnleys message j tbatIj sincejthat island be used for the ex 10f of conducting time govern meat und developing the system or public edunation in Porto Rico + is in flue with American public II sentiniontII ooorseIIA 1 Government to its now citizens It n of tbo moral obligation which wo assum ed when wo freed the Porto RI I sane front the oppressive rule ofI touching a- II itmlp with which the Porto Ricans celebrated the signing of the pence protocol In August 1808 trans ferring their ullegianoe from Spain to the United States Some Sell Ch- eapSHAW SELLS CHEAPEST SPringG s HAVE COME and arc still routing consequently the stuck unsalable in Summer wM Ybi wish nor room to bold over MUST BE OLD COME SEIC US and tlicn you 1 leave another will bo add ed to our long list of references n M B SHAWl We Are nrMarket Week promises fulfillment ADDING MORE BARGAINS To our already full Stock of SnOBS Oxfords Furnisning Goons pants c Wo Laviit confined our Bargain Prices to any one Counter Wo have Bargains all over our entire store Every purchase means a Bargain for YOU in LADIES OXFORDS and FINE SHOES We have never shown such special values from 150 to 300 Every pair is a Bargain Cheaper ones If you likeMu S Thorn are few women who do not know some thing of the popularity of Drew 8olbysf Shoes The prico is not tho only thing that his made theso Shoes popular its the difference in the Shoes Our 200 Shoes and Oxfords compare with others at 250 mind 800 OItERICE Fc NUllOB r 11 A KINDLY WARNING Dr Talmag Speaks Concerning Evil Associations d Aptly Illaiirntm III Text That a Companion of Fools Shall lie 7 ncnlrojTil Advice for YOUDR and Old Copyrlcht 1900 by Louis Klopsch In tillsl discourse Dr Talmngc speaks on n theme which all men young nnd old will be glad to sec dls cU Red anti the kindly warning will no doubt in many ruses be taken text Proverbs 1320 A companion of fools hnll be destroyed May It please the court said a convicted criminal when naked by the judge what lie had to say why sen tones of death should not be pronounced upon him may it please the court bad company has been my de struction I received the blessing of good parents anti in return therefor promised to avoid all evil associates Had I kept my promise I should have avoided this shame and the burden of guilt which like a vulture threatens to drag me to justice for my many crimes Although I once moved In high circles and WWi entertained by distinguished men I am lost Had company did the work for inc Only one out of a thovrmml Illustrations was that of the fact that a com panion of fools shall be destroyed It is an invariable rule Here is n hospital with a hundred t men down with the ship fever Here a Is n healthy man who goes into it lIe does not so certainly catch the disease as a good man will catch moral distemper if he consents to be shut up with the vicious and the afftndoncd In Ithe prisons of the olden time it was the custom to put the prisoners in a tell together and I am sorry to say it is the custom etlll in some of our prisons so that when the day of liberation comes the men instead of wing reformed are turned out brutes not men each one hawing learned the vices of all the rest We may in our worldly occupation bo obliged to talk to and commingle with bad people but he who volun tarily chooses that kind of associa tion is carrying on n courtship withI a Dollish which will shear the logs of his strength DIM he will be tripped into perdition Look over all thee millions of the rare nnd you cannot show me a single instance where a man voluntarily associated with the bad for one year and maintained hits integrity Sin Iis catching it is infectious it is epidemic A young man wakes up In one of our great cities knowing only the gentlemen of the firm into whose service he lens entered In the morn ing iiwerfters the store anti all the clerks marl him incdiniro him dis j jcueshim The bail clerks of that es tablishment the good clerks of tint establishment si mid in some relation f J wlllhJhave had the introduction they arc very cautious ns to whether they IIh1II call him Into their association before they kiow him very well ftut the hid young men in that es tablishment nil gather around him They patronize him tiny offer lo show him everything that there Is In j the cityon sine condition that he will pay the expenses for It always t happens so when n good young man and a bud young man go together to I a place of exit entertainment the good young man always has to pay tho charges Just nt the time the 1 ticket is to be paid for or the champagne bill is to be settled the hall young man win affect embarrassment and feel around in his nockrtf nnd say Well well really I have for tten my poclcebnnkI- n IIn 4S hours after this Innocent f young man tins entered the store the v bad young men will gather around him slap him on lhehouldcr with i familiarity and if he is Rt ipld In not j bring able lo take certain allusions will say Ah my young friend you will have to be broken In And forthwith they go to work to lifehlc hum jii on young mon let no fallen young mnn slap you on the shoulder familiar ly Turn around and give n withering glancetlmt will make the wretch cowerI t In your presence There Is no mon Ktroslty of wickedness that can standI before the glance of purity nnd honor Ii Cod keepsJ the lightnings of heaven In I his own scabbard nnd no human may reach them lint find gives to every young man n lightning which he may use and that Is the lightning of nnI honest eye Anybody that understands time temptations of our great cities knows the use of one sermon like this In which 1 try lo enforce the thought j that n companion of fools slat lie destroyedIJ I t1Alld T charge you avoid the skeptic that is the young man who jj putt his thumb in his vest anti swap gem about scoffing at your oldfash t baud religion and taking out the Diblc nnd turning over to some mys 1 1teriouspassage and saying Explain that my friend explain that T used I to think just nsyoudo Myfather nUll L mother used to think just as you do Hut you cant scare me about tho fu ture I used to believe in those things hut Ive got over It Yes he has got over it nnd you will get over It If you slay in companionship much longer For awhile he mummy not bring one argu ment against our holy Christianity i lie will by scoffs nUll jeers and carica tares destroy your faith in that reli gion which was the comfort of your father in his declining years and the pillow on which your old mother Iry adylngThnt brilliant youngskcptic will aft cr awhile have to die and his 1r h r MTI will Hash no splendor into the eye of I death Ills hair will lie uncombed on the pillow Death will come up and this skeptic will say to him I cnn not die I cannot die Denth wilt say You must die You have but ten see onds more to live Your soulgive it to me right away Your soul Oh nol says the skeptic Do not breathe that colt air into my face You crowd me too hard It Is getting dark In the room Here take my rings and take nil the pictures in the room but let me off sod nays Death Your soul Your Then the dying skeptic begins to say 0 God Death says Yon declared there was no God Then the flying skeptic says Pray for me and Death says It Is too late to pray you have only three seconds more to live and I will count them off one two three Gone Where Where Carry him out and lay him down beside his old father nnd mother who died under the delusions of time Christian religion singing the songs of victory Again avoid the Idlers that is those people who gather around the store or the shop or the factory nail try to lit duce you away from your regular call ing and in your business hours try to seduce you away There IH nothlui that would please them so well ns to have you give up your employment and consort withjhem Idleness IH The next door to villainy When the police go in find criminals where do they go to flail them They find them among the Idle thost who have nothing to do or having something to do refuse to engage in their daily work Some one came to good old Ashbcl Green anti asked him why he workedl at SO years of age when it was tune for him to rest Oh he replied I work to keep out of mischief And no man eon afford to be Idle I care not how strong his moral character he cannot afford to be Idle lint you say A great many people nre suffering from enforced idle ness During till hard times there were a great many people out of cm ploymcnt I know it but the times of dullness in business pre time times when men ought to be thoroughly en gaged in improving their minds and enlarging their hearts Tfo fortunes to bo made 20 years from now will be made by the young mon who In the times when business was dull culti vated their minds and Improved their hearts They will get the fortunes after awhile while those men who hang around their stores never en gaging in any useful occupation will be as poor then tta they are now It is absurd for a Christian man to say ho has nothing to do People go to Irlorenee ami to Venice nail to Rome to see one of the works of the great masters I think I can show you the ploturc of one of the great masters I went by the Held of the slothful and by the vineyard of the man void of understanding and In it was all grown ovor with thorns and nettles hail covered time fAcc thereof and time stone wall there of was broken down Then I sew and considered It well I looked upon U and received Instruction Yet a little sleep a little slumber a little folding of the hands to seep So shall thy poverty come as one that traveleth and thy want HS an armcil man There is no more explosive passage in all the lilblo than that It firs be gins to miss like tho fuse of n cannon and then bursts like n 54pounder The old proverb was true Time devil tempts most men but idlers tempt the devJH Therefore seek something to do If no worldly busi ness otters then In the name of tho Lord Jesus Christ go out on Christian toll nnd the Lord will bless you anti time Lord wilt help you Again counsel you nvoM the pleas ure seeker the man whose entire business it is to seek for recreation and amusement I believe in time amusements of the world HO far ns they are innocent I could not live without them Any nan of sanguine temperament must have recreation or die And yet the amusements and re creations of life must administer to hard work They are only prepara tive for the occupation to which God has called uu God would not have given us the en pacity to laugh If he did not some times Intend us to indulge it Godl hath hung in sky anti set in wave and print ed on grass many a roundelay lint nil time music and the brlghtncHw of the natural world were merely intended to fit na for the earnest work of life TJjg thundercloud has edges exquisite Ily purpled but it jars tho mountain as it says I coma down to water tho fields The flowers standing under time fence look gay und beautiful but they soy We stand hero to refresh time husbandmen at the nooning The brook frolics anti sparkle nnd foams hut It says I go to baptize the moss I go to slake the thirst of the bird 1 turn the wheel of the mill In my crys till cradle I rock muokshaw and water lily I play but I work Look out for the man who plays and never works Look out for thnt man whose entire business IH to piny ball or sail a jacht or engage in nay kind of merriment Thozn timings lire nil bean tiful and grand In their places but when they become tho chinf work of life they become a mun destruction George Hrnmmcl was olmircd of all England lit danced with peeresses and went a round of mirth anti folly until after awhile exhausted of purse ruined of reputation blasted of soul he begged a crust from n grower declar lug ns Ills deliberate opinion that ho thought n dogs life was better than n monK These mere pleasurlsts will come around you while you nrc engaged in your work and they will try to take you away They have lost their places Why not you lose your place Then vouwlll be one of tthem Oh my friends before you go with these pleasure acelf erR these men whosn entire the Is lUll andnmilsseq ent nail roc cation remem tier while after a nazi hub lived a life oi C Integrity and Christian consecration n kind to the poor anti elevating to the worlds condition when he cornell tt die ho hna n glorious reminiscence ly ing on his death pillow the mere plea a nrlst has nothing by way of review but u torn playbill n ticket for the race nr empty tankard or the cast out rind of n carousal And nN In delirium ol his awful death he clutches the goblet and presses it to his lips the dregs fall Ing on his tongue will begin to unco nnd hiss with tho adders of nn etern poison Again beware of tie Sabbath breakers Tell me how n young man spends his Sabbath anti I will tell you1 what nre his prospects in busincs w nnd I will tell you what are his pros pests for the eternal world God ban thrust into our busy life a snored duty when we are to look after our souls It IH exorbitant after giving six days to the feeding and the clothing of hoto perishable bodies tint God should de mand one day for the feeding and thu clothing of time immortal soul Our bodies rue sevenday clocks and they need to be wound up anti if tiny aru not wound up they run down Into the grave No man can continuously break the Sabbath and keep his physic al and mental health Ask those agctlI men and they will toll you they never knew men who continuously broke the Sabbath who did not fall either IIn mind bodor moral principle A man ufacturer gave this as hla experience lie sold I owned n factory on the Lehtgh Everything prospered 1 kept time Snblmth and everything went on well nut one Sabbath morning Ir bethought myself nf anew shuttle not I I thought I would invent thnt new shuttle before sunset and I refused1 all food and drink until I had com pMed that tattle lly sundown I hat1 completed It The noxt day Monday I showed to my workmen and friends thin new shuttle They nil aongratu bated mo on my great micceaa I put1 that shuttle into play I enlarged ny buslncea but sir that Sundays worltt cost me 10000 From that day ovary timing went wrong I failed in business and I lost my mill Ok my friendst keep the Lords day Yon may think it out fogy advice hut I give It to yon now Ilemctnbor tho Sabbath day to keop It holy Six days slialt the- labor and do all thy work hut the seventh la the Sabbath of the Lord thy Owl In It tbou jkbalt not do any woPkaA mush aald that he would prow that nil thus was a fallacy and BO he did Ml shall raise n Sunday crop And he plowed the Hebron time Sabbath and then ha put IIn the seed on tlw Sabbath ami cultivated the ground on tbo Sabbath When the1 harvest was ripe he reaped IIt on tba Sabbath he carried It into the mow on the Sa 1rrbeth and then he stood OH t delimit to hla Christian neighbors nnd salt There that In my Sunday crop anrt it isnll garnered After n while a storm earns up and a groat IarkHca and tits lightning ol Heaven ntruok tho barn anti hyvny went bib Sunflny cropI Again T charge you beware of asse elation with tho last sated Go w4h them and you will In time adopt tlrir habits Why in that man fallen agaftst tbe curbstone covered with bru cn antlbcaatlinetta lie ftllRslrrlglltIqolt1 n lad Meyer looked up from the jinr Ilrf111lorl i held him and looked down Into lib lot lug eyes anti wondered for what high position ho was being ford He en tercd tire with bright hopes The worM beckoned him friends cheered him but time archers shot at him vile men set traps for him bail habit hooluI fast to him with their Iron grapple his feet tipped on the way and there he lies Who would think that Hint uncombed hnlr was once toyed with by n fathers fingers Who would think thnt those bloater checks wen ever kissed by n mothers lips Voull you guess that tint thick tongue one mode n household glad with Its Inno cent prattle Utter no harsh word In his ear Help him up 1ut theI hat over that once manly brow Urll1e time dust from that coat that once Mrrd a generous heart Show him the war to the home that once rejoiced at Un sound of his footstep nod with gentle words tell his children to stand barK ns you help him through the hall Thnt WAR a kind husband once and mi Indulgent father He will kneel with them nn more as once he did nt family prnerfltthe little one with 118111I hands Inoklngup into the heaven Hith thanksgiving for Ihelr happy how Shake off the Sabbath breaker Oh turn your hack upon Ithese men Sink off time skeptic Shake off the idler Shake ofT the plpaanrikt You may do this work of ejection In polilenrMi hut you may do It firmly You sire not un der nny Itrcumsfanreft to lose 1111the roo mombranee of tutu fact that you are n gentleman nnd must alutnMI net the gentleman A young man said to R Christian Quaker Old chap how did you get your money Well said the Quaker I tnt It by dealing in nn article In which Thou1 tnnycst deal if limn uyiitcnility- lie courteous be polite but lw flrlllINo nllff sayStwith their implornllon and their temp intlott anti lifter while you will stand In silence nail then you will KUV after I hey lave gone on n little longer Yes and then you nre lost Oh turn your back upon the bon quctof slim I call you ton better feast today Time promises of Cod ins tin fruits The harps of Heaven are the music The clusters of Kurliol are pressed Into time tankanls The sons and daughters of the Lord Almighty Iliumbanquettho clusters line command the mimic nile welcome the guests Iis a daughter of God on her brow the blossoms of paiadise nid In her cheh the flush nf ItoIikionI antncsfc end nil her paths are peace 1 P i HEW ORLEANS FUNERALSI A ractlnnal Fight for tIe Malnt nnnce of Cuktoiu New and Old A fierce war Impomiblc anywhere clime in time country Is waging Jr ten OriiMinover what urn known us death jx tiTi the odd little bills to be found ta kfil on smeary lamppost or telegraph IIIwc and every vacant board lu tho city aluirlunCingt the death of lrSo and So gnmj his birthplace etc the hour of hi funeral out inviting friends and uc ijuaintancea to participate III hit core nilrim The war has here brought iUit by the proposition of a member of tin city council to prohibit time posts Inc 11f funeral notices In ptihllu places or die ground that It produec most urrivorahlc impressions an strangers mud visitor The proposition Iii resist d i 11 thlx custom Is of the greatest an lenity Conservatism U very strong brr the disposition of people Is to do di their fathers and grandfathers did qrcl there is a very gvnernl rlHlntmcnt- di the constantly repented demand that 4 t riiitoms and hablu slwuld be nlwn tinned burr brat they might attend or be ni understood by strangers Such rail ltd changes they declare have boon rode In the last ten year iro ili- adrilhltl privileges surrendered that I 1Unlearn wlil soon lose all KM prow liarities nnd dropdown to ihedead touch of iitir average weatern or southern t n The dual has been almndoNed In dlrenrsf to this Hew sentiment limo tl rowing of flour and confetti on tho csnival prohibited a Sunday law en ftiivM an time least Sundaynlttcrvtug c mmiinlij IB the worM and a hundred otbrr changes Instated on to make Sew Or ans with Its largo talin xijHdn tI Its cosmopolitan Idea and Its an Cent traditions eonfurm to the habits oid ideas of olhvr American cltlet Time war over death posters therefore IU a cear tight between tbe supporter of tie old regime anti the Innovators er Iconoclasts who islet list New Or jrnrii must l e made a modem city and jt p Its old ka lilts sad euitonw- Kunerals fre a matter of far morn r menl la New Ortosma than IN any 1Ir America city Thy are larger r ore Imprctalve and more etiutPolve- I I fU old brass Imnds at funerals playing jut eral marches were til moat HRlvenal hi that Has complained of by people I n ngon the streets leading to the eem ifrlpt who aW that ftundaj tketmial C i for funeral Ila New Orleans all n MleI kldrona by a eoostant sttrresskMi i funeral parades gating tbe dyad i lech fmiw MMaalM and oilier lufrubri tune As for the expense It leas frome at times to heavy aa to swallow midmoati of limn rotate of poor people I the CutboUc clergy have wore tbaa rr Interfered sad urged that Ila t- Jt ret of the widow and Ute orphans l funeral be lota elaborate sad uxpen- i Jt i eVrnong the eroales the praoUee pre la w8aring moHftilag for sew dls qgtfrPWttVe and there te funeral ell iH tte which deUnmlne Just J wteng tint and Mrand mourning shall be tar ttnelrs avals eowalns ale Hlriagers are always rock by tbe large number of creole women la mourning soil even this is objected Vo by till advoeauesof sew ruatams oa the ground that It pro rt1IIgfrem a large numherof death whereas In consequence of the Intttrmarriage of Creole fatuities a single death may plunge tcvrral hundred persons In mourning Hut the respect which New Orleans feels for the dead Is lest hown on All Saints day which ranks next ta Mardi OrBIt as the citys great holiday The entire population visits time ceme tortes tn decorate the graves with flow era and other emhlams sad spend the day there In communion with the death Year ctnaoms have yielded less to In novations than these IN regard to funerals hence a proposition to make It 0 mUdamranor to invite persons to funerals by sticking tip posters has railed a storm of protest smith the whole bottle between the old regime And the new will be fought over When first In troduoed tome weeks ago the ordl njnce was tabled In the ooiincSU to Strong was time sentiment ngnlnst It but It has come tip again this uotk rr enforced In strength Slrattftc to say the undertakers are generally against IU They say that it adds considerably to the expense of funeralsI to post there donut notices all over the city More ovor it1s no longer necessary aa nit lefltlia and notioN of funeral urn ptiln Hihcd1 In the papers As It Is thedoalh Waters are not taken down and rennin nuked on the posts sad bonnie perhaps for months until the weather remove thorn rJlt conseqMcnee IIs that a largo number accumulate stud give the Im nreaflton of much sickness HIM a very heavy mortality It ls na though lien pIe wouhl see crape hung OH every other minor Tlje death poster has been somewhat modified of late years Originally was pf timenuutl mourning paper pattern With sonic funeral scene on it pethap f hearse n tomb with weeping willows over it or something else of n character to suggest lentil Time old posters were vi varied as to be Interesting and as high ns 30 liar been paid for n collec toil of them Latterly those Iposters nnclmortuary nottoes and poetry havo one out of fashion snub they merely give the formal notice of death and funeral and an invitation to friends ramlllefi and societies to attend the funeral X Y Sun The Trnnvonl rrnsoraitp All wires from the sent of war are iiibjpotcd to a strict official censorship bated mainly on two rules One rule Is that no Intimation of deaths In the fold shall be allowed to pas until such tenths have beer announced by the au UiorltleK The other strictly forbids the Fabling of tiny Informntlon regarding hc movcmrnt of troops Y Sun 1- ILlrI Arnlre 210 national banks in op jrailou In Illlnoli I BACK IN THE RANKS Democrat Who llrliiril llnnna have Nlur Nollilnii to llolil Them Mark Hanna bait parted from IIH bogy Ho tuna killed the gOalie that laid the golden egg Ills great onm pulgn stool In trade IU gone Like Itlohard he may now capor nimbly In a ladys chamber to time lascivious pleanlngH of n lute When he pre M nta lilniKolf this your endeavoring to frighten democrnU Into Mtipport of MaKlnloy ho will ho laughed nt For ho will not be able to rally domocrnUt to the support of the defender of till treats and the mibverter of time fundu mental ideas of the republic There ttiu be no excuse for demo units giving mild or counteniinco to his matt MoKlnley Whim he prwontH hlmHolf Ivinandliig the rlnewn of our to boUtur up a candidate who lea nothing to ntcommcnd him ho will be laughedat It IH now time boant of H ropiilillcnn inirrfspomlont that tin senate Inivlug pared time eurrviiey hill by an overwhelming majority th flnnHoial iiii itlon Iin remuviil ndi Mnitely from the polltlcnl vauimlgn IMCH MK oven If the praH noniH of free coinage were to endenvor to undo the work of this btU they would otter ipon u stern elitist which obviouslyIs a long ono They would nut Ilit lIblIltll with n silver majority Iu time house of nIt rMteitiAltve to rejHiil thbi law for nt least six years It will bo tulle therefore on the part of Mark HHHIKI to raise the cry Wolf Wolf No body will heed It titiil tint will Ile altonlml the lllaJUHO number of so onllml guild dt moeraU who really elected McKinley lit IMW to give their wndlvhliNl atUnlkin to ahatisiag that geHtUmaH for his iminlfobl alas IH fffeet Mark llama ervem nolle ou the eonntry that au ally hi tot seeded that H UilHg la to bw fwired by those who are timorous of the tunnel haunt of free sliver lleginlatttsi mind1 therefore HO one feeling strongly about the nmtlar needl give blmtelf further aenoent He line aMeeemlail IH tatabllabing the gold HtuHiUnl for at less JIb years try aastanlt1 MJKMJ It IIn tlHt me nUwe will be niece waste of eJtort The denweraU who InI 1aN Mad MeKlnleya eleeto Ipnaalbl err now UwroNglily aahaiadof the part they had IIn ekvstlag to tIN chief ma rU tree n Ntan with whose generalI po lltleal sentiments they had sn Ittty la comsMon mind are likely very gladlyl ta araept tbe hint of linen that be ban no further us for them The evrrencj matter U settled for six years at least It Ito no longer an isstte Mrt MaKinktyI ennnot be posed by llanwa Ita time mvr of the rtw mwy RH tat ebamplo 01 stability mild JII t4nlgkt taIU wilt ome efen tM covwlrjr swfeteg Ute Itsvaldraey not on say qua Unn of free idlest bat as UM WBlftly ahafflplHH at pjPtUsaUan art wiled M tIM tMMtimtar frlnatl ef ilniIIk aggreloa WI ro i Paloa of Unlvb origin aa Use hiNd sad defender of trusts sad Aa the orlsrlR aloe of an ImperiaHatte policy whkh- Powlemattho dvelnratloH of Independ ace nail seeks to give h new ebarae ter to the rcftHblle of North Amerien Aa mwh fBmoerai cannot hot ww ilomn bias He will appeal to Utm In min He hail aaaiatawee from them In M be can no longer OMtm It If he does claim It If he tioo send bw tormpt and oorntntlHg manager seek lag to frighten letnoorau Into leap port of libt eandldney he will not get It- Three years of MeKinlry hoar dea- snatrxled to tier jxiopc of the re public that tf prolong lib tenn would be undesirable perhaps fntalChl cago Chronlolo r COMMENTS OF THE PRESS Annexing jxoplcn to the Untied States who cannot hut the rights anti privllogea of A merlon oltiveim IU Imperial unAmerican and from the republican point of view absurd SU LouU rtMltmlllntchIell n soph kta and grabbers shall haw shown tint the coustltHtlan tines not affect any new territory nenulreil by the United States theywill lhUll lesa dinteulty In ahowlmr that It tinea not apply to Rill American territory wtllrHt UxiU IostIlawtcli Antitrust league hold confer mfitors listen to able apooekea and adopt resolution leclarlng trust uomblnea ttl mottopolloii must go Hut the rciubllcan congreaa contlnura to Mud tighter around time people time chains of high protection which fates and supports many trusts Nashrllte Amerlean On the whole Secretary hey ihoiild resign Ho IH an uullt IlCnKNI to be trusted with an American portfolio Time home of such sentlmenta na ho jxiaBeaaeA IB on triO other side nf the Atlantic Thla will be the opin ion of all Americans Independent of partisan feeling Memphis Catmner LlalAppcal Time was whnn the president of time United States was the head of the government Now the president dances attendance to tho Urltlsh am bawiador nil on account of an overproduction of Hay in his cabinet And McKinley was to have been our great American prcHldcnt Columbus U PrehnPost Tho first problem of empire which Mr McKlnlcy had to solve was how to deal with the Filipinos Romilt An unnecessary war that IH still wag Ing The first problem of empire presented to eongrcM was tho Porto Itlcan tariff question ItcHtilt A pot icy of commercial slavery for the 1or to ItlonnH that makcH them long for time happy days of Spanish rule So much sd far for thcwe scrvniitM who nro posing as masters In the houscholdj of the republicNY World 7 THE ONLY SURE WAY Abolition of n high IrmulecIYCTAFIA Monlit lie a IlUvr lo the TriiKlt Iu considering till action taken by the nntllruut ooiifercnce nt Itti meet Ing in Clilchgo It may be milrt without dUcuiMlng the wlwlotu or tlluiulliittM t of other fcntiinm of the platform adopted thnt the plunk which tlcalarcit for tutu withdrawalI of protective tariff from nil nrtlulex controlled by a trust BtrikcH an otteotlvc blow ut the root of the trust evil It ban become plnlu to tho people of thin country that the high prnioolltt tariff which at the expanse of time oon Hiimliig publle unit made pixwlblo tho building up of curtain mniiiniotli eor porutlouH lies also brought Into bolnft time trust an n palpable menace to time general good The operation of the tacit gave to these favored Indimtrlan a control of tlie inarkotu 1ItatnlillttlieU control unturnlly led to the trust or uomnlne Idea The ndvantngni horn of the destruction of foreign eompeti thin Inevitably Muggasted the admanl taster sure to follow the olltnlaatioii nf tho element of domontto competition by tueaua of the combine for the repilalloM of output and price The trait system would lha broken nt ltd strongest point the msHsant pro tective tangs were removed from All nrllolaa controlled h the trusts Hie Intreuehetl fortlMeotiomi behind which tin trmil forces mare been urganlncil would be avvrpt away ami this trc loeiHlow1 lntlMHoe foroml hew the open ConprUllon with lw whole world would moran list awl fOremost healthy rowietlttoii at IIwMMe Tin eontralldiNj tendency of eoiamerrial smith ladualriat rntertwis would limits IK ctfectuully olieakotl The American I MM pie tbe eananoMrra would IM th ImnHNliale sad Minot UiwaAotarlea of this whobwtme reform For stay It now bo olwrged that In justice wonld be don te Aawrtanii t mralwnt or mannfnvturmi lit thto altellttoH ef a high probative tariff The very eoncema that art sow pri ectrdw from Iinrofan cosnpeUUon in their AHMrfMtH or lmttttirorheta art toot ty actually tradeikeUlM how- IDtrupoas ennpetMora IM Kumpraii r twmcvta They are 4o ntr this of OHTkc baanae they ran manifariHn flit anise or better gixMla than their Knronestn thaalU at a Iess eoat What juatUbmttoo ibis U three tor a pro teetliP tariff whkb tanies the Amrr lass roomer to pee a higher prlr for the nsitnti Amertraa pradtMt than tIMe tile aaiUMraMrr In a tllaiastt Ktro peon market T- Tlse tmfftlmesM and Inbwtty of tin high protective larlfTnf today laths apparent in the workl daily market iraoaaetiotM The trust tile rr aletjt exlatlnir mnae ta AnMrlasni Ute at tbe rvMUt time ks Uttt orvsUure af thu hrh prIeeUea tariff Aboliah the tariff M wi las or aanwary l the poto111t fit ANwtettt tnditrftla P- RIMwW ta nulorrll Itiuw t ta tier owl tassitia J Hv HWMBW that wi den slip ware treats win dW tarlook nf MNUenanoe KMjwmtlr drawn trans the general Mock for the bloat fatletting of a favored chats1 IxHita It pi Mlc OUR SHIFTY PRESIDENT Diiutilr llcHllnsr of the Chief Slaver llvc In Ule Trcolnirnt itfQurMi Stun af Stale stpuareiImHrwuloH hn on the poplar lalwl is that he IIma chlltrntil hlHwelf as a factor hIH UHf dtorwaaloH and ttytt huts clearty happened IH the ease of the prvahlent anti tho Iurto mea larllt question Mr MeKlnley IItegtin by wiyinjr la ooHgremi In Deeember that It was Ma plain duty to remove nil taut re NtrletlotiH on trade between Iorto Itloo and the rust of the United States He gives to some of those who talk with him time improasUm that he IH still of the same opinion limit It Is known that privately ho IU telling tubrepublican oongreamun Miat the hud better p tas the ways and menna corn tnittccsntlll provhllng for n tariff on Imports frown llorto Itlew We do not of uoHrav suppose that Mr Mulvtn lay expected when he put in tho Ira offimoiidatlon for free trade in his tneaaage in December that ho vMiilS be urging cot greaanrn to maintain a tariff against tiirto Itlco In February The final result of such uhlf lluowt In the white house IH that on this litmus lion the prusldenta jiower over Legislation l eatubllsheil by time constitution become a nullity Time president ovum forms to the constitution Iin tolling tho congress what lie think ought to he done lint at the name time tslla- t Dn resanien privately thnt heI wilt ho just aa well suited If they do tin opposite thing sad that whatever they nay do will meet hla approval Hart foal Conn Tlmen- ItnnU ll irnrTli The noble quality of hypocrisy Is- one that never deserts the republhtan organization in perloda closuly pro cUIng elections limo senate tlnanco committee reported n new section of tho currency bill which reel ton tint the provisions of this net arc not in tended to place nay obstacle Jni the way of the accompllHhmcnt of International bimetallism and no on- Do these political Jugglers fancy that their legerdemain deludea anybody Washington Tlmex IrORCnor IK McKlnlcyn cloxcst friend among the congressmen just ns Hanna Is among tho senators Judging McKinley by the company ho jeeps mild wonder Iin removed that ho has Hhamcluanly nnd deliberately vlo ated lily solemn pledges to uphold anti extend the civil service reform rules Ills act In surrendering to tlm mpoll men will make him n wial anillduto among tae friends of boa Cllt ocrllmcutirrolres 1 L Iz J Pr- TS F j tI PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS Harduppe Im thinking of taliln1 Wgcng441Wtbp on- Whats MIw Shrlok ringing M Hearts In the Highland I vlb her voice wns with It Clovolan rinln Dealer liinooontW1rnL do yon know about this affair nultwl the oourt Nuthln1 ilr yor tinner repllo Miko Im the pollunnn on tho hunt Philadelphia Nerth American Customer MI want to get a watoh but I want ono with a wateitlgh raioV Froth C1erkMI right sir you otm put any of these IIn soak with bltlhllallull1hloUtcQrdlUOonlGonunlogist llnve you any profoi encu nwiiliuiif JSITBHU Only this It will bo iittOMMry for us to aim of a longllvod anuMtry our portral gallery It to dreadfully imalll DC trolt Journal lieWHrV oried the fortuniMelloi VoHr btttcr wt oawiry will fchotl crosa jour ithMiLoornyIH us HnltiiPtl iLe Mwelior Hr wont civ a thing to lii in in u froniy of joy ht 1f1atI lur mi extra dollar 1klUdol phlft IrPM- Jr ii What IIt tho illfferunea bo tivttn IIIIIMI and a sick mur Hoi iuseti Pin t ky Im are mile it u u IHHM and Mfrtot Qroon S What do you HOtHH r KoblllSOH- MVky tint the msmisis nindu the mui IkkwAUy Stoper- He propoMd to her at the plonk didnt ltr Yos Did you toe Win i MV hint turn a4lj awiy Pooh HH tUtOt4 away tt kuigh Ill laugh r iVi Itll Just but Iowan dollnra that shod rufuio hlmM Clove Jand 1lalH Doolur IN INDIAN TERRITORY Anumnluua ConUltluna Ililat AVIile Itriiulrr Mitcrd nut llntl Ira I Itrntril An miomiib condition of things eX IMS In tho ludlNH territory uhlc ftbouhl net nod OMNiiot mat it Is tin duty of eeagrrsa at the present lesaio j remedy kwltlea that art be em Ing wOlle ytiir by year and are quite lhreleBlMf esoogh us iHatttrs stand JeaafiiU of the territory unite In My ing tbat though the NonIudlaH j pulu lion It In the majority by too to one their riiildrcn are growing up 1tttoc n obanrr to g to sehooL Thor In no other region IIn the United Stutos sot JirifcC from this unpftrdonftbl vrott fhp rntrrnmeHt rlktly rooks after Ute rdaaalron of iHdinn thildresi Lt Par the mvmber rf sash selmols IB op rrattou Woo fvt with MM narollment ol SMML Tho N proHiatU iis made to them by MM rt Mere InerMMtl from MJNO Ia lilT to IMMMO In 3PSS t IL I tl cmss 8Itl S Imtter lbflt H0O7 tbiidchlldre sot of Ii4lsui Wood aN ntlM ly ultkoHt sehoot adrn tngts an lni cruble kituatioa aunt be admUted Xo Create an this pot It needed Amerl 1I rbildren deprived of vttuviHloi rvprrtcnt nrylrrt or tnlkmsnajretnrn that cwnnot be endured nod which Ib nuthorlties bnvlnf1 ibis eau IIn charge will surely correct tack of schools Iis but one of the eril that burden the Indian territory Tin ownership JIOM8lon Uaalair and dl HslH of lands togvtber 1th vocs lions relating to pay for Improvements sire In confMaloH with no legal imohln try to dispose of urgent Hlts ithou years of delay Town ulta caaaot be properly selected Trndo and agri nl taro ore at a heavy disadvantage Crime IMS aa ande lice fta t No lav extols for the ware ot the tHMine Tin territory IIs wltkoHt a deegatc In con greac to present Its needs Komnnnti of live different kinds of goveritnien ore found within Its limits so that while In the practical sense It 1 Is not governed at nil it Is governed too maul In n ooiiillotlog Incoherent fashion it Ixiuls OlobeDuiHocrat nrnlnai Ionrly Vornnc nt 4ru The Norwegian steamer Ceylon line lately arrived in port after A voyage o- ta clnj s from Illllxvi Spain with n argo of Iron ore Cnpt Hniiien told the pilot thnt he nil encountered nimcrous lei bergs On one occasion he altered hi course to avoid tine of the great moiin tains of Ice Soon afterward n fog vet tied Iowa and when It lifted timber wns so close on the bow thnt a colllslo ncomtcl Inevitable Squatting upon lila haunches nt the very point of the berg where the weasel would hon struck wa o huge polar bear Tho man at the wheel by quick work managed to turn the steamer In time to avoid n smash up Hiul us he trtlilm by tho hear on the berg gave n howl of disappointment Kvldcntly he hail been imprisoned ntl long as he wanted to be for when he MIW his lust chuico of escape slipping uwoy Iraqi him he plunged Into the wa ter and Hwnm toward theshlp Ills legs were no match for ctcnm however anti lie wtiH compelled to give up the chase The Inet seen of him he hail climbed upon tin berg ngnlti and was waiting for something to happen Phlntlclphia Times An Intreplil Solillnr One of the mostm1arin dlllutoll rIdS rr In time TrniiEvoiil wnr IB Mr W Corn mlnge on whose honil thu linen have set n price of 1500 On one occasion tliU Intrepid rider crept for nearly 3C miltS on Jits honda and knees with ells patohes through a part of the country warming with tIJlnfm nntl tUj1 cesuftiUy reached his destination N V Journal irnnilnuillirra Jill He Tbat pie Isnt anything like grandmother used to make ShlI get you mean like your mother uhed to make No I dont 5 Ive after heard father myl mothers pic wasnt like his moth er usdto tuakn Yoslceri Statesmau 0 0 t q Our Iuersua of InsanIty latolyhtherate or living us the cause assigned In tile neglectfaithfulI cutting all stonncIi ills this remedy prevent nirvana hrakdown it is also an excellent andbUlounOllFunny I iiolnolcn If a girl can tuck lovely chocolate car sinai a man thinks abs can eook Success iill like a chirkea if you jet it eovpnl up it is well to keep an eye on the coopvTitn tome women get Uw hues the family find It out by having to eat dried ptweh ItH- Whll8 the truth Iis told nil our good roMtetioM last longer than we thought bey would After a fJrl bs taken three Prendt lOCI COM ilti cwHido till PYtneh shrug bettor then her teacher Two soul with but a single thought lurprU everybody by finding an awful ot- to talk about UlrUI at mount to so timuels 10110 tamto ofuw nnau 1 fin imitation of the nrrtwt aritUcnilic air Indianipotti Jour lIOtvH TIllBf We over OM Ilandred Dollars Reward for aN1Ue f Caurrk that cannot bo oared by lIsUi Catarrh Cure 1 J choir k Co Props Toledo O- We the HttdtrstoBM bow known P JChoosy for tlM Ut 18 yttra ami boilers him- IJIrferily honorable hi alltusinesa transoc Lions and fluncialljr able to carry out any 9bUJaUoAasIde bY their Ann Vet Truu WhoIeaal Druggist To lids O Walding Kiaaan Marvin WhlleD- JWdIu l ill aUnWurt Iis taken Internally ittinc directly upon the blood sod inucout surfaces of the system Price 75e seer hot Ue Sold by all 1rugkts Ttetitaaniali free flails Family Pills are the beat Irlnilllvr Kninllun- Usrie How aged etstit years was trfllnt lshe ag 4 seven about the making of tk tweeldiitt tdom was the Ont betai created tin omMuaeed solemnly So It was awfihIy Iouisiy for kim anti one day wittc ke was asleep the Len took a rlc out of ute Mdt and mode a woman out e- llt5O Adam would hare a rind to plo with Mm H And waint Adam spriedasked BlsieHurnriMd Why he was just tickled to sjitatioallyNY SI up Pnssle IMucnlor Ii Iowa at Lark at Maine Which iit the lisa Handle State What state it bounded by four itraicht line These and many eUNr fjt4ItU0 relating to the geogrspb3 of our own tOUlltlwred by the rnsi pwaakr tout wt by U e Ctueafo Great Weft cm Railway It M a dtMcltd map of the Untied State printed ota heavy eardboarc sad the puaIe t0 Mti in mttic the piecei toclb r so M to Loire a ruiapietc map II witl bt found mierooting and mat met ire tc old people M well ai young It wdrbe Mill to oem reader Me4mK dO cents to IM1 Lord l IIand T A CbtWNjo CJreat VHrr lUilway Ckveano ILL mark onveiope Pur ale UelrtloisIrue Sllchf An Atcbnon man hat bees heipocked due lot the mater put of his life by a wile ak ASt hu will M hoe tussr e fwaten bure itjkis eM rssstb hla wosss lobe tfM pallid hi to ho vahawd by a woison do- eoAtchioi Globe 0434 Irltrm n flay The John A Solaer Meod Co U eroue Wia meivcd 6134urders Irb M nlirli u a munctcr day hot they rxpcrl to dou U this n Mbrr by the middle oTMareh Tin Arm iis hariw a mat trade in its tpecialli ilIorl vegetables There k a wo driul demand fin uouoaa eabba e pss and hoes seed this- yrar Isriy INJ itaslialt ansi Liiutuing Cat bog the earliest of this kind In the isle wide worM are IMving a trtwotnlotie uilI n flrw above meHtioned it a Ihsie a- dti and Ute weakly tiewtpapera that telli the story Xnt So Stir At a dinner in ItatUHgdaan lately a toys aeadeiBicion stated to thumnpany the ell nouN toot that sugar anu tae are till duly two words Iin Kttglith where in iit pro iMHiBeed she There was much intorc shown in the discovery when Kudyard Kip line was hoard front the other end of tin table Hut are you quite lureCbi- cal Chronicle The International Urcat Northern rail way are tending out a map of Teas 3Ic- leoi anti surrounding territory that in an tx cellent production of the map engravers elhartiitioallyandReocraplilcally The mill it nude on an unusually large pale and it at near perfect at to details at it it pot lible to nuke it Mr n J Priee genera paateMMr and ticket agent of the system at Palestine TUft it tending eopiet ol this map to anyone wise asks for it and encloses seven cents in ttampt to pay postage amtiitir nUIOUT 5Ll35Sqlet5rAL00IIXtld4008l1RKICholn 00l110to tlN hentNo IVUr 11 qCornNomixed OINo S ilIIAYChobco l jil1JttVlt4iONSMusi MLarti1mLYvrf8choIoe alry 16 111 litMiIIiSCholce 5S 3 76 1OTATOICSIer brl 1 lC5 O 1 75 CHICAGO COailAINyheatNol 01CornNiOatpo n at rIlirlOIlRtUAUUStonm R 14jJu 6 Mil NEW YORK KLOURWlntor patent 3 GO n 3 Si ititCurnNII4t14vlll8NoIlyo t IOltKJIwH 1000 SlOB- OLAIlDSteuni IP 6 1IV- SHALTIMOUK COOIlAINWh j liouthern G5 J i2 xOrllNo 2 mlcod 37l tj 3- 1untNo 2 unLwI29s Ii live No 2 wcatern V sj s- mCA1i1FFlrst quality COO ft C U- SlioUSWcstern 0 CO O B CO INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN WheatNo 2 red 0 to Corn No 2 mixed tt 3- 4OatsNo 2 mixed I t LOUISVILLE FLOURWlnter puontI 4SHS 72CornvtOIUMIIaIAUL3tcuin Q OliO POSTED ON FINANCE At Least That Wn the Impression She Case Her Bluer Club Sicmil cm lit is simply jrapowihle to keep potted on everything saul a club woman to a Daughter of the American Revolution Yci indeedl it it admitted the D Afl Hut sometimes if you are not quite potudj you can wriggle out of a dillicult situation without seeming so very ignorant Iorejft ample I was just saved by my presence of mind at a IU A K meeting the other day Prof Sparks of the university you knqv read a lovely Jlper on Oovcrncur Morrii Fiiwmler of time Americiin Revolution rMio it this Governor Morris saU a friend of mine from the Iorlnightly dub Stoinj to me I never heard of him There were half a dozen women around and 1 wat frightfully embarrassed I ncvl had heard al Ooverneur Morris either huII you know a D 4U supposed to tbote thinw14 O don t you remember I sold rorj rit was the man who financed the govern meat sod borrowed a lot of mOoney to do Jti Thank you said my friond from the PortnightiyNow fart It you know dear con J tlnued the 1D A IL I really knew nothfni of it wlHateor txeept that Prof Spa1ks subject Mid that the man had financed the government sail I knew if he did that he mu t hav had to borrow n lot of inoncyr Chstngo Ilister UAUn Could Chnnore Ills Mind pmlbUl1ChLi rare that he shows even impatience One day while traveling on a suburban trone car to tOil on a friend ho asked the oon dUlto to trausflr hum to tk citY I3etc- ots at a certain point Sooo aFterward the ear stepped and he was surprised to tee Out lido the very friend he wat seeking lie tailed to leave the car when the Inductor cfoilotl him You cant change for your car here he said bruiquely ITie poo fenft iieMod him taking no notice Cnnt change tars here I tell you snapped tile conductor again The jirofeivor ducp In eonvertation with Ia friend merely wond tile hand to signify that the oar might go on without him Here cried the mat in brass button angrily dont I toll you that you cant change ears at thin place Then tie good old professor answered with severity Hut I cnn change my mind It this station cant IrOoiden Days Took Him Down A former commodorecaptain of a famous trantAtfctntic line while friendly and pant to his paiMMiitrrt when below was very munch Ote rverie if approached when on duty At he hai i cned to he on deck ono fine afternoon a lady quite unaware of thla peculiarity accosting him with OOIe hifiJlIg nuerj 1111 to the preliable duration of th favorable weather wn both surpried and Indignant to get curtly answered Dunt know maam dont know Helter go and ask the rook The lady though taken somewhat alfecfc was quite equal to time occasion and reo joined Ok I beg a tliouMHd pardons Excuse me pray I thoucbt I was addressing th cook Coher i Weekly IVnm It Snleldrfl- lrakeman The trainlHtv dropped drad iin Ute lsgage cur a few minute ago Conductor lor fellow Hrart troullf I uptafI thinks lie had one of hi 4Wfl rigarn in his mouth at the time Chicago Kvrning New Low tAte Ilouifl Hrekort Kxcunlnn Tb Missouri Paeiflc Railway sad Iran J rJIUtU Rttri 1M Ie 1 W tT 7iebela OB sole 1area till sad 20th An9A and 17that wry kw rate Mar ft d ert time earaa and pRostrated pamphlets in the vntrioMi state taailetl frrr on iiiilirat in U 11 C TOWMCSN G P T A St Lotus IlnM lm Ilnclirlor What did Mr CtmimiaK ay to ym last DiglttClara whelilt wu lrlDj to hut tost glovelid any man who made lcl1I that wouldnt button winter than mine wig t to ive lip the buuness Well deer take my advice and dotwatte any more time in that direction Stray Stories 9ioonnno in in Vcnmi Jtead the story l the Million Dollar Pots to aba of Rape Hromu peltc 3 ear ii Corn etc all great money makers for the farmer in John A Salrer Seed Co La Crease Wit catalog Send lOc pottage fIr tame and 10 rare intnplei of farm seeds largest Vegetable Seed Growers in the United States IK Charged to Account Father Youre 111 together too extravagant sir Now wlui didou wy fur that sail youve on you SonUhsay jtop you snail think Im iSo thump Detroit 1rc Prct You Cnn Gt AllrnU Po lEM FREE AVrlto lihdnu to Allen H OlmntcU Lcror N V font KKKE wiuiplo of Allcus Foot Eav u powilor to shako Into your shoo It SUITS clillblalim nwvutlng lamp swollen aching fCIIL It makes Now or Light shoes MIST A certain euro for Corns and Hun ions AlL dragists and tliocslorus soil tt SiVj She after the proposaIYou know osoJllllenlhIUhI I 1 weillIll Life The proposition of the T M Robert Supply house Miiincapoli Minn found eUe where in tint issue should he accepted at once by everyone 57 bit JQrkltII of garden seeds for n few cents ami a fine knife free hen you wlite them nwntuoui tus paper The highest type of military invention yet deviled is the war balloouElliutis Magazine To Cure n Cold In Our Ony Take Lnxntlvo nromo Quinine Tablets All druggists ntfuiidmonoy lilt fnllstoiuiv Sic corn ire about time only thing that will cure a young man of the small boot lubit Klliott Magazine Fortify Feeble Lungs Apintt inter with Hales Horehound and Tai 11onIofPikes Cure in one minute Deaf and thumb married folks should rem ChicagoDailyThirty minutes 1w nIl thotimue required to dye with PUTNAM FADELESS DV fcv Sold by oil druggist Liars hould mak it n polct to carefully cultivate their meiuoriet Itams Horn Pisos Cute is n wonderful Cough modi clncMrs W Pickcrt Van Siclen ami Blake Ave Brooklyn 1 Y Oct 26 The proper size for a lazy individual n cxercUc Chicago Daily News ANOTED JUDGE SAVED BY PERUNA Hid Catarrh Nine Years All Doctors Failed uuuI lION GEORGE KERSTEN OF CHICAGO Hon Gee Kersten a wellknown Justice of tho Pence of Chicago says II I nm afflicted wiThcatarrh for nine years My catarrh witS located chiefly in my head I tried many remedies without avail 2 applied In several doctors but they were not able to cure me 1 teamed of the remedy Peruna through the dally newspapers After taking the remedy for 18 weeks I was entirety cured I consider my cure permanent as it has been two and a halfyears since Iwas cured Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely lieu front cat nrrh Cn tarrhiswellnighunivcrsnl almost om nipresent lYrunn is the only absolute safeguard known A cold Is time begin ning1 of catarrh To prevent colds to cure colds Ihi to client ro nrrh out of its victims Peruna not only curs catarrh I hut prevents it Dr free and the PHrCC of a I I are on the pricesI Ib ught IIIflISQUIPPS4 wtllt Olsepera anJ nllllt train with fr ablo thimich iowhM Ftlb r train Sn Oettnn MemphU faitut thortett 110 T ia- Wrtm r TOO ara eotat when yoq will J botbIwe ttl t w what jronr tlekrt wilt ami SaL to tnik mba time ssd will also an iDteretlDB A Trip to 2esss T R WATTTPA OhIo W ADAMS NabvlIeTenn H II SIJTTON T P A Chattanooja Term I W H P and T A Louis Mo Heary LaMar of Henry LaMar Comedy Co wrote from Hiram Me January IgooII me bottle o- fPalmers Lionquick I thank you for recommending It He was troubled wi- thRIMPLES er on face from which a dozen doctors had failed to relieve him Use SOAPi- n connection with Lotion WIL DOUCLAS 53 35O SHOES ms I yvortri 54 to5ticomparc v with other makes YUulortetl by over 100OGOO wearersS Ttifneniilntt W L frlcetamno Substitute claimed In be at good Your dealer thould kern them not we will lend a paliS on receipt ol and ijc ii nua lor iirruje utr IITw or NmlITI le and width or cap tor Cat sannasis W L DJUGLA SHOE CO BttAtma Mas Cute oil Throat anJ Luntr Affection Cetllicccuum Retuwsubsttu I lk 1SDr Dulls ftit cmtt Dysfefsia Trial to crsc f gives WOrlt rate luulcof te llmnnl numl IU dNtrmnttree Itr U II UHhEN b bOSa lio II Atlanta u Apple L I I h 01 I k 8iw lltjuiijclun r ldlIIIIIIhsa All families should provide them selves with acopy of Ilartmans book entitled Winter Catarrh This book cnmsIs4of sue cttircs on ca tart la grippe delivered at The Hartman Sanitarian It contains the latest information on treatment oi catarrhal diseases Address Dr Hart man Columbus Ohio ft COUGH sYpSORE Cl RODISCOVEI1Vs WANTED rrII En route to Texas It will costyou cents f extra to ride all day in a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafe Car 25 cents fouhalf aday Passengers toT aavIaMemphiscantake advantage this Car which is l furnished with easy chairs has Gentlemens Observation Smoking Room a Ladies Lounging Room and a Cafe wheremeals served European plan at reasonaoie Pshlman and and dis Radioing Chair Can the Dolt ffr thii spud and tall wh and Isod will Oat what bt enuefmIOnU We you little booklet Cincinnati O TPA I LaBOAUME SI the a8 Send another pustules his LOTION the hue tjf pnce rUT plain tree Logor CO only 50 In nroA VpllIIln JndninrinmaIcAccnrc If you take upjour borne trated paw bleu Irlon iiprrlenco of farmers wuo h Te become wealthy Ii formation a a to ted need railway ratrt can be naa on applicatiOn Bnpcrlntenrtent 08 of Immigration IXiiartmrnt of Interior 515 a Canada or aitdrett the Lnder ncne l whuwtli mail von mtlavet pamphlets etc froe of ron K 1KDIKV HIlt of Immlitrutlon Uitawn Canada or to U I CAVKN UuTiimtiua Oulo K i HOLMliS Tbo Hates Indlanapolus luJ PilES lblabd reportsfueterae fir Williams Indlap Pile liniment will Curie llttI- I itchingluestumors allaji the lien lag at Once acts M a lottani re I loOultireII for Silos and Itebtuitrof ihoprlate mall ou receipt of price parts fio AtclrtllluUJII WILUAMe Mo co lrups CLXVZLI4D thUG to IIUia uienlleitflEAL THISyou dou- WtruflSlon II I lIrl 5ia Jeana IttI pSil Um lIUID3CabblaInmu4U I pa Irwiu OIt1OD MukI Uutbsgsl uke titg uwu lAuucoe pig 1urie tup Turnip I pkll- IP11 tmlon tIob pIg Onion I pk uoilow Crown ParsnIp I pkll Eariy 1ongScarlt lbkdlIbI flidpke DonblCnrld Patil t I J rIr trt rue I Prom ImI Factory to USER 1 give ONE Profit Our HIGH Anx MKLIiA Machine haq Lithe UptoUtto Improve menu Dvceaurr Altacb mnta 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fllanagerCailfornlalonrulServie f The AtchUoa Topeka Santa To RalUay 11ie Adams Street Chicago I T111tY 1t1TTTT11 INCREASE I SH CROPS ++ uuou++ 4whctberfew acres or hun dreds can make larger crupa If be will sow bis grain nllti a CMtO BROADCAST SeedSowor It ows rronoml I eaSy uniforml- yow4toOactcS 7 an bur of anr I I tutetam J noODKI CH MIANVAntrim V II naADRRS OF1 THIS PAPKR JK3IUINO TO hWY ANTTUINO I SLVMNSWOULD WHAT THKY ASIC FOIl HEPUSINC ALto BUUSTITUTKa OU IMITATIONS II s II IGREIWRYS SEEDSIIi Iiii I ForlOyenn the fnvorlu with practical gardeners and florIsts The new 1000 catalogue describes all va cites Kcnd for It i V 3 J II GRKOOnr tSOX Marblehead Mm Wa tt10 rtilIntIn time itold by drureists I A N KE 1803 i WhEN WIUrINO T ADVEZT1RJUH I pleno state that you LtV the AilvctlUe meat la tltla nut =r I t i INHE5TER Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells LEADER i5 loaded with Smokeless powder and NEW RIVAL it loaded with Black powder Superior to all other brands for- UNIFORMITY RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers Insist upon having them when you buy and you will get the best VIA IRON nOUMTflIN RSJITR The World Dasltaricm and AllYear Bound Plaaiura Iletort readied only via thIs line ZIc nt EoUUi Sublime Boenorn Dallrnttal CUmatat HoaUlir Rot BpHnn PnUotaa CntfetBl plnn Can without rtatitfrom BV Louis Haduead Round Trip Bats alt ysa round from an coupon poise ta tho TJ 8 and Canada KTPor leaerlpUTo sad Illustrated pampQltt writs CompaQ nnU or n O TOWNsrHD OeaatU fuMiXor sad Tlak Agent Br 1X3 U la JMJ i IF HOMITO PLACE OUR GARDEN SEEDS IN EVERY I Xobb 1rlal vin aol rto 1 f u It iu uu yeu ush i psi Hemmer lCDIOt1ft r ww Tomatok FreeJun Pea t pit Yhlow Danval Flat Onion I like Os lItCarro 1 plr Lr flatly York CshPIaf Inlr Lon lIneD lUramher pk DQIIf kor h Earl 10 tlnDOCI pkgc eID1Prfectlo tthamkg Trophy Temnsin i Cul1 Impon nur t pkg FI Date Tarolp I pta Srtt TurnIp ltadlIt1 pk VIIor Hfll otlare I pq I I pklt tI pbs kiD 2 kca i117 iblunota Cum Also 20 omits pIt ne dOG iel5 not mntinesd bn K NI FK 111lrllnlf 4blctd onre boeilihnrn ban- diiiingCibbaz wattantid kutf w II belt nr The 11 b knife is lat bat sry tsruur buld bc Ectra eeIeh flnt tclIpedmlItIh licy tl1 hoof b11 v p vi ti rziri t ry- aitrion nrdSeg lbhorrolletlon at Ulet throih Ibli qhrrsIsnt nr a wi111 tnrih it 51 trbjLe5 nt sen wllhnttItslcntf In itnyn pntnsldi itntsnM pke IrIirin ind uotfai4 tot lUCIa Au U JlCrottDoraolhlUIlPrlc U LARCE pQ FRESH CCfZDO KfU1E FREE TIII tiO3CTtI SUPLY UQUJEllrNPOI S I I i y i crrrsawanasa I to Building t Material LUMttJ ROUGH AND DRESSED qBERT a 2j Doors and Windows Shingles tiro K- U j Lime and Cement f 1Builders Hardware Paints Oils etclj l J ESTIMATES J CHEERFULLY t N FURNISHED I J FEED STUFFS f Hay Oat Corn Bran etc etc IS I I L P W S Ellison S Council Proceedings HICKMAH KT March 6 1900 Council met in regular session Free eat Mayor Dillon Councilmen Ellison AVearn Davit Brevard and Beckman Tbe City Clerk being absent Council man Wearn was appointed Clerk pro tern The minutes of the last two meetings i were read approved and signed Councilman elect J W Cowgill being present the oath of office was duly ad i ministered to him by Mayor Dillon and be took his teat at a member of the Hoard of Councilmen for the ensuing term The Mayor appointed the following standing committee Finance Committee Ellison Beckman and Wearn Ellison chairman e Street Committee Cowgill Davit sad BrtTard Cowgill chairmen Water and Light Committee Davit Ellison and Covrgtll Davit chairman The following accounts were presented i properly approved which on motion were allowed and checks ordered issued for the amounts II C Amberg AOt for 189S99 775 Farit Parker hauling and coal 3580 Hickman Wagon Co for supplies 6010 Tom Dillon Jr for Street work I from Jan 10 to Fib 23 1900 54 02 W L McCutchen street pay roUt t from Jan 20 lo Feb 17 190023 85 1lvL McCntchen for blank books 0380 Cairo Under hauling on streets C226 S A Barbee supplies for pest house 1000 TJ Kirkpatrick painting city hell 8060 Cowgill k Cowgill paints oils kc furnlrbed for city ball 2170 Tbe Supt of Water and Light plant fJtented the following reports Jenuary1900To lit 89 92 It amt eolletted In January 29080 oJ I iSO72 Jy utat paid oat daring Jaa 36578 Bal in reasmry Feb lit 7494 II d v 7braarJ7900Bal1 tat 7494 Amt collcctf darlng February 810 85 niI I ttatI 39129 Arnt paid out during February SCO 96 f Hal in trentur March let 130 33 Toy DILLON JR Supt The City Marshal presented the follow ing report For Jnnuay1900 Taxes collected n03 For February 1900 v Taxes collected 208 63 for which 1 hold Treasurers receipt j Tot DILLOX Ja C M The City Treasurer presented the fol lowing reports IKNERAL run ACCOUNT Fur January 1900 k t 7609t12011- t lly cbetka paid in January C027 Hal to credit of this account 26584r K O WATER ANn UdUT BOHD ACCOUHT- Tob balance per settlement 89709 lly coupons paid 3000 JSal to credit this account J8G709 No ohnge in the other accounts since I 1900IGeneral Fund Account It Hal per last report 2G5 84 Amt recd from City Tax Col 208 68 IJ7J47 It lly checks paid in February 38101 111a1 to credit this account 14280 t City Hall Account Il To balance last report 163 91 By 1 bond and lot paid in Feb 12700 J4l to credit this account 2694 isNochange in Water and Light and Col lege Dond accounts since last report W 0 JOUHSON C T 1 On motion the foregoing reports were I received ordered spread upon the records nnd lIeu The following ordinance which was submitted and read to the Council at its i regular meeting in January 1900 and or dored published and to lie over for fur ther action was again read In open Coun ell and by unanimous vote passedand ordered again published and spread upon the records Tbe City Council pff tbe City of luck 1 man do ordain as follows That for the year 1900 and annually thereafter so j long as this ordinance is In force an annual tax of seventy fire cents upon hundred dollars In value of all iiproperty both real and personal assessed for taxation In tbe city of Hlckuian shall 1 be paid by the owner person or corpora lion assessed and that this tax of seventy L five cents shell be used for the general expenses of tho city And It Is further or I payingIterworks and electric light bonds it be OR a debt of the city prior to Sept 28ib 1891 and that for the year 1900 and an nually thereafter so long as this ordinance I is in force an annual special tax of fifty cents on each one hundred dollar In val ue of all property real and personal as l tesieJ for tamtlon in the city U hereby levied and ordered la be collected and thaiI this last mentioned lax of fifty cents ill nI adJItlon tIn the trvenly five cents levied IInI this ord nee for general purpose andI such additional tax of 60 olt shall be kepi In the treasury at a separate fund lo be In Inviolably appropriated for the payment ofI r principal and Interest of the aforesaid in deblcdneii Tbe total advalortm tax let led by this ordinance being 125 tbe special tax of fifty cents shall be peed IIn money by the parties paying the tame It it further ordained That nn annual pollI tax for the year 1900 and annually there after to long ai tblt ofrllnnnce it In force of one dollar and a half It hereby Impos ed and levied upon and shell be paid by every male Inhabitant of the city over 21 years and all ordinance and parts of ordinance In conflict with hit are hereby repealed and this U In force from and nf ter lit passage end publication Jan 19 1900 Toe DILLON Sa Mayor W L McCoTCUE City Clerk On motion an Stem credited to the City Martha at Ul meeting by error In at teismtitt 4800 should read error In copying aRseitroenl On motion the City Clerk U directed to write lo the Auditor of the Slate and ascertain if the W U Telrgrnph Com pany and Cumberland Telephone Co are liable for franchise tax end report tbe amount to the next meeting of Council The County Court Clerk filed with the Council the amount of property tax of the Nash Chat A St Lout Railroad In the city of Ulckman for the year 1690 Ie 3000 Also the amount of the franchise tax against Southern Express Company It 29210 On motion tbe above assessments were ordered into the hands of the City Mar seal for collection The aeoount of tbe Rose Electric Co of Si Louis which was referred It Finano Committee for inveligtlan WU on mo non compromised by offering said Kote Eleclrio Co 1 arc dynamo and a number of eleotrlo light hoods In payment of the amount of tbelr account of 17640 MM M J Ferris requested the Coun ell lo grant deeds to her and A 0 Carutb en for Cemetery lot No 104 Carutbert CemeteryTbe 90 amount credited on River Bank bond held by M B Shaw for city taxta 1899 On motion the City Clerk Ili directed to ascertain the number of Ricer Dank bonds Hill unpaid amount due on them and by whom held and report lo next meeting of the Council Alto to tee that credits are properly made cf bonds On motion the Nash Chat 8 St Louis Railroad be instructed to make a crossing on Pulton street On motion the proposition of Mr Ceo Buck to give hit lot being 25 feet In width west of and adjoining the city waterworkt property for alt that portion of lot No 101 lying east of a line parallel with the eaves of the cliyt shed on the east side of the power house conditioned that the said Ceo Buck in erecting a building on said lot wjll not interfere V with the citys shed in respect to drainage or otherwise On motion Council adjourned J C WBABN Clerk pro Urn aJL Fleadish Attack An attack yru lately made on 0 F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It coals through his kid neys Hit back got BO mania he could not stoop without great pain nor tit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helPed him until he tried Elec trio Bitters which effected vnch a wonderful change that ho writes ho feela like a new man This marvelous med icine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies tho blood and builds no your health Only LOc at nil drug store ANNOUNCEMENTSIL- LINOIS I + CENTRAL + RAILROAD TOUR OF ALL MEXICOvia of the AMERICAN TOURIST ASSOIIA TION will Ileave Chicago March C 1900 Tickets include nil expenses Railway Sleeping And Dining Car Fares Hotels Carriages etc CALIFORNIAVIA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati and from Louisville every Monday and Friday From Chlare every Wednesday Personally oontu led Run through to Los Angeles end San Francisco via New Orleans in connec tion with tbe Southern Pacific Cennec Uon made with daily trains out of New Orleans for the Pacific COM Toe Limit ed of tbe Illinois Central connects on Mondays and Thursdays at New Orleans with the Sunset Limited of tbe Southern Pacific giving special through service to Ban Francisco FULL PARTICULARS concerning all of tbe abu can be had of agents of the Illinois Central or by ad dressing W A Kellnnd A 0 P A Louisville Ky IOllILR AND OHIO RAIL1IOAD1 THE POPULAR LINE FOR St Louis Chicago Su Paul Omaha Kan sas City Detroit Toledo and all points North East and West Cairo New Orleans Mobile Birmingham Nash rills Chattanooga Montgomery Tiiomig vlllc Atlanta Augusta Charleston Ba YaDnah Jaoksontllle7tampa Port Tam pa Miami and all poiuta In the South eastElegant Veslibulod First Clan Coaches with smoking room and complete toilet room and lavatories for ladlesand gen tlemen Porter in attendance charged with the comfort of the passengers Mao Vestibuled Palace Sleeping Cars with- Drawing Room and Bullet between St Louis and Mobile New Orleans Montgomery Thomnsvllle and Jacksonville Fla E 1J BLAIR t Traveling Passenger Agent Jaokeoal1epa- rr w CAUNEtilB ti1 ONm utImittu t tllDIPlnltuloliiliin Hepublloann in try innI to raise a fund of 8100000 for the Itepubllonn National Conven flan Ills confessed that the parse of Andrew Otirncgto IB tmdly tUrn odetlr Carnegie was nhvnya n liberal contributor to Kepubllann campaign funds Ills iron anil steel business profited by the pro tective tariff nnd ho was willing to pluorSirt is no loncor In pytnyhthi wltli President MoKIn toy They purled company In the dlsouRHion of the Philippines and Mr Oarncglo is now said to be willing to use his wealth to d feat the Preeident for reelection He IB reprenonted as saying to some of his friends that ho will give to tins cnnse to defeat MoKlnloy A friend of Mr Carnegie la reported as paying IMr OarntRlo is so much IIn earnedt that ho offered the President 20000000 tbo price wo paid to Spain for tbo Philippines on condition that tbo Islandsl should be given their independ once Mr Oarnegio denied this report when It wits published lint be recently told urn it woe true euJllmtnHarrlopposing President MoRlnleya attempt to exact tribute from Puerto Rico for the benefit of Mark Ilannas syndicate gang I Notice I All portion indebted to Sanders Jb I Rcevcfl by note or otherwise na the pa per come tine ore rcupoctfnlly rtqBfllto j ed to came and settle the wune with Sept 27 E E REEVES 00 r iiM- aSld Gold Collar nJ Ifa Mt a lip i wl cr CHnuand a x n fhottol pelted tnld wJ all w I ftcktutntdra1t Jof toL men IllIt that iis Inuul cut I 1l r f j PQJi I M iritii J 1It1II ttMii j rv rtL Li L 71dcJfa r ir1o Aiie r its hl Annule i I tL- uI 1ItiIII ii i l I I II tI YLirsI N r a anal i I u A r cheery r ilsT8 F e41 4 mr I tT t lIulL IIietr tewnd r11HJkI t ones tIt0 I p i i 1a IIb iII The Hunt rood for NI man MD vote lnt thinsS tniellipenilr IIICIUnlrbOuifht1 wars nml ruHere et ij 10 Intelligent food for Intelligent thought IIs that news paper rkleh Ili gronleat lull best iMptruut ptlltUftl1 Inues are daily Brewing mere ImnnrlAnt An laielhfteiitI of tile polio tf a nation or a great p lltlel partylt toMtltlng to- noi desiredl AHd It iribe 1I1Yr evert piilten to Ikotoucliljr ifrm blmi tf tit the llending UpiM of tilt Hay The femt Weekly HpublU U Ike leafs ofall newspapers lie telegraph I sadable1 o weservice tierlt lh elf my oth r fr r It prints the assvnewe- Cully not im iclft iivt oteorretwe H i iniM4itI and norlddittAM fully 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