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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i1 v c t 1 I p- Lr I i J hiJf- J 4 rj rjJ I I 9 111 t I t Lii 11 I J t 1 I 4 n THE RICKY OOURIERIl t to J r OLDEST ErWSP PER TN STERN = KENTOOKY S A U Hgt i qJi8fj9 HrcMAN FULTON JOU1 ryj Y MAROH 23 1900VOLr XXxy NO iiJ DICK COMBS t N l stotCGoebalp IIETJitif following role tae Qohrlcr Jour auln lIrltlt RtltNUI Itof the nttedgcd 1 touTf tajou of Sorgt a W Q6tdf t jliulntlootIf till I4Piah Kvwjiblo feud iy said to 1 unto bdon wm4tto the attorneys for- thu 1 I Oonimonwmlth tut tho man who 1 shut Uov Uoefcfi SorgU P W Golden oMinrlfDflrtNl who haq turned States iitidono anti who iis now nt Winches UT i whl to IUIYO given the atoneh j h Halts 1011 with other negnXH was arnoii th moujttalnenrs brought to Frankfort end Ito wes boarded near the Itatt howe Ilia hoard money won fjIntII owr from the Stntohouft Among the I rtceiptri found on w 11 Coulton ono fit HIIWh nrrctttud for conspiracy was one f r moeoy paid Bottle 1itUndn for the tMiirtl of CQlnlM and other Tho awata of Got Qocboll ilA fenld to bo in the iuonnt inH mid Attorney Campbell In II it would require an army to arrcxt 1tialnliveownty ofllrtrn gave aid Tho J elswH f P yrdre J2aH jmd Ooulton wore rtiflodfRt Ifrnnkfnrt yesterday but were aatjnStill Friday More details of Un KWpfrfioy have eamn to light It I Mfl ruturndcd to kill Ucool by ns I tiblt flans1 were ehangtsl i D tniReda 8tvell bullutU Tho IbQ lon of tho Common J wtiltk c TWO WEEKS YETI Beforo Court of Appeals Acts WtiO dwlntoii of Judge Fiujdn on the anBornalorldl conUtft eases which was iu fRV Jf of the Democrats now goo boo ICo the Suite Court of Appoabj and it IK gjyoh out that that Court will not de Jiji Olio oue fur two weak yet and poarttblyt three It appoara to be bollev ttl oUt city Dthnoomlft and Republicans tfitit lt deobtlou of the Court of Ap- petalsj wU bo Iu favor ot the Democrat Bat gl this no one kuow or cnn out uu 1 1lJ dpnist M r+salarIv toadervsl au I il11911n The DfUfOmtl1l110111 t i G n t irrulnt+ aiiuC a nreat iHany bollovoI nik will lw t4io rmMlt Othw think tli ttopTNO Covrt of tbe Uiiitvd SUitra Will can eoKMfaMiim and Interlero TliT ts kowcvrr a very lCtuftlll ojtiu fcm t hat stn U S OoHit will tlnd jwrk41ktton lORTAYIiUUS AIIKAI FEDERAL FOIl UK Wanting Time IICiMhuMtf Cum Trflmmi Hop h iM tacwriTaM tlmtdov Tttylor iiid the ItopubUmo kwlfra Hlmuld waste IIlIuo ill Ute fniitlMM oadmwir to induce Jariil interference ill the Kentucky Hiiulillr Thure in nothing for tho Na tKMuil Admintetrattou to do in Kontuuky MV to wwcrvr order in CAW of riot be yond 9tfli0 control1 JIcKmlrj Has Troubles of Ills U rn- Dotrolt Tribune Ind Hop W wouldsaggcwt to Mr Taylor of ItentMoky that Mr McKiuloy hilt n few UouVito of life own just now Time YtiKeU Indian io1l + Prom Ind H i ploy Taylor is going to memorial le IrwMnit MrKinloy and ask his aid Wasted t Tort The Prewidont has troub big of hisi ewe and this is hUt busy dayl War Still On lIft Urn OHi has been forced to admit that the a I 1 u n t Iou iu tho Philippine is not na lint Is- ttaoUiry a iMvvionc dinputchos htivo in dMnted The Insurgent junta is buiy mid tho center of its operations u Ma suit A number of representative in urgent harder have recentlyI been koldhig tollfortlnlttR In Moulin Sonic i of them have lieen nrrwtted 1 llhbusI ton are native nnd seyonil expeditions have b oH interuepted The rebels arc rootnirJug in all parts of Luzon in MOine places attacking the Americans in other plaeoa pillaging tho country In North Tnizou tho municipal officers are lcurlWg and tnivol between the gar rlsomd towns is dangerous Ambus widim are frequent and casualties com num Notice to Creditors J Houston Liggett of the Hickuiau Handlo Co will bo iu Hiokuiau about Aluruh 27th mid all parties having 1 1ulninis against Iliokuinu Handle Co j will please presort thorn to Houston Liggutt who will settle nil just olulmllI Vouw Truly HOUSTON LtoaBTT J TUB Tonu Doni State Convention uiwts U Nashville May 10 TIIRUK i9 a surplus of ono hundred t nnd fifty 1tuLllions of dollars in tho U S j j treasury na n result of bond sales and J war taxes but there Iia no talk of repeal jag any of the war taxis and tin river I and harbor bill is likely to bo then in the waste basket t ttor e i t i LOCAL NEWS y = Thb waiter girl know a tlilnjfor two about table ctiquctto so she Hiiiffcd Bcornfnlly M site said Its not our CuntotntOHCrvon n knife with plo Nor remarked tho patron in surprise then bring me an nxo The West Tennessee Sunday School Convention will antoinblo nt DyenibnrK roan April 11th and gives promlfio of being a very excellent mooting The Dyerebnrg BaptiaU tiro especially anx teas to have n tall nttvndanco nod they will entertain nil who go A walk past the particolored pane rama exhibited by the Khon windows will reveal tho fact that the stylos Ills year urn very varied tool vrry handsome And whoa arrayed in all their magnificence womankind will look like perfect birds of pivratllne Scene Street Oorner Man with bixd squint bumps no against man who is going tho other way Tho IJumbur Cant von look where you are going f The Bumped Why tho douce cant you go where yon nro looking Au Oklahoma girlwho advertised for n husband got him The total cx IKUIO for the advertisement nUll wed ding outfit amounted to ell and within a year her hiwbaud died leaving a life j insurance of 3000 And still some people claim it dons not pay to naver tiso Iarticnlarly pretty are tho new spring hats They are tearfully and wonderfully made light AH n feather as gay as sonic Flowers chiffon ribbon laco and loaves all the magic fingers of 1rencItmillinery beautiful to behold and bewitchingly becoming to the pretty young faces they will surmount A Miraouri paper tells of u schoolhouse fjiitiltor who worried bcaiUKo ho wild asked to find HO many lost articles rctflgnwl hid job because ono morning ho found written plainly on the blackboard the following request Find the common rnultiple and the next day Flail the grratittt common divisor Both them damsel things are now lost he said and Ill get blamed for swiping cut so Ill quit Some few years ago a general movement was inaugurated against the habit of wearing high Jiats in tho theatre One or two States pawed law forbidding tho wearing of high hats in places of public anmWMnout But public opin ion hw accomplished what all tho leg islation could not effect and it iu a rare exception to the rule to eco a woman wearing it lint that obstructs tho view v v tnalll laath ttrnth r ry rwthtnlHcffMwt llho yNiM Jhn huimTifcoJ Ihad become nitultrablt mid public opin ion forced n remedy Some two or three pears ago a report went tho rounds of the papers of the Stub that the old time bluebirds had ofothom had been wen for u long while and that it was supposed that they had sparrowhowporhnjH never bo known but it ia re ported front different portions of the btntc that tho bluebirds have returned in great numltorri this spring and are waiting tho Holds morry with their old Unto tunes Tho robitiH have also come in grant numbers and their happy notes from wood and dale sound as if winter was over and springtime was near nt hand The river editor of the Louisville CourierJournal says that efforts which promise to bo successful are being made by the merchants manufacturers and business mon generally including steam boat owners and boatmen generally hero nnd elsewhere to induce Congress to improve lowwater navigation on tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers by moans ot mov able jetties This is n matter of vital Importance to tho people living along tho banks of the Ohio river The bottom of tho river frost Louisville to Cairo is flat anti soft shifting sand and the bans and shoal places which develop during low water BcaiHons can bo quickiy removed and remedied nt a trifling cost by the use of these jetties nnd nil the year round navigation may bo enjoyed Hanker Hants a Kobbcr J U Garrison Cashier of the bank of Thornvillc Ohio had been robbed of health by n serious lung trouble until ire tried Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con sumption Then ho wroterIt is tho best medicine I ever used for n severe cold or n ball case of lung trouble 1 al ways keep n bottle on hand Dont auf fur with Coughs Colds or any Throat Chest or Lung trouble when you can be cured so easily Only 60c and I100 Trial bottled free nt nil drug stores Tho UoTcrnlng Caste From present indications tho Republi can National Convention of 1900 will present for tho first time in American history tile spectacle of n dominant party absolutely under tho control of clan influences demanding the renom sntjrlctorl1y terests Them is no Republican iu public life today who dares outer the lists against opposehlaninny who condemn his policies nnd fear their evil effect upon American in stitutions They know well however at any attempt at n combination against him will bo instantly crushed by tho tremendous power arrayed behind him nUll that the man directing such a movement will be discredited and toro ed from public lite Ill AT I I Icon Everything r FASHION makeS the Styles rt some Clothes tht1iare J 11 jIII stalp makes a- wLLittON so11s them r a ltUfufoiJlnfIro t i W iv rNt tfThis time Wo n4kyonr attcntialutti Three SpieriYSpecials Y Uui JGI- AAL 4JNO 1I CSI ite a 5iLJcrist gym 1u good ilksmall tucks widalk spaced latest press J c3 1 5 0I We havo inlay 7 ntis1t VhL tcrex sibs- at 45O and 7O t III f r SPECIAL NO 2t = tttttt- o SKlRttSita1 In nOUJcspun14 nUll YOuethan = very Bwoll trimmed with Jk net Applique Quality anti superb Price rousond- bler Q Only h = 1Other+ Somo lower i j a u v ul Isis 3o w a tr tt see ass deserve t r beg a tug TIm BEST They hlV in for J O 0 To butter known in our trade we tire sell r nt old 4I good and =41t as SPECIAL to made to measure 6 8 i o Pants Our price for this mid I tAL NO3 dr I r- tttllinlr fur early liiv +f 1p t ka6tUapu mrii 7t10 down to sro C C t 1 = luHtly their reputation tyle areMSolo Aconts Iltckman Jagksons Corsets rnHkQJilipm 00tIIIr FANCY AND INDIGO DRESS = YARDWIDE DOMESTIC5c r = cv r lengthsregular Stc TAILORED PANTS = eotus- tor aud eleg- antmake360 r 500 011140yc- it CORSETS PIUNTS5cpricor Bftys 3ell Suits gyp allThat SUITS THJ BOYS aI mid mnkce their mothers cIproud of their LITTLE tSMEN 8 to 16 years ue 450I Wo I rnve many other kinds a to 16 years a 100 to 1800 cLong Pallsy QI i llltS- C To pall the moat fastid ious young dresser li to IU year sizes nobby Suits 11Oland 4J L P W S ELLISON REPUBLICAN BLUNDERSM I IBrightening Demo ernttGi Pros- pectS 4 I i lixcmjjf lnrohWJthin tho i flireo mouths tho Republicans ingress havo supplied their Democrat friends with material which if i- tetd defeat thorn i i the comini campaign at least furnishes good Caste for fippy Democratic prospccts tTlie blnndorn ot tho Administration t have j pul tho Democrats in a joyful frame of ui1ndti4intfis haVd to find it nember of Con riisa qt1 tho Democratic side whoII will not toll jou that the prospects for JIDomocniUo victory are brighter now than Uioy even dared toJiopefiomo time ago Many arc bold enough fit their belief to ussert positively thatHon W J Bryan will bo elected President whllo others am confident that Urn citances for Demotptic victory are iu finitely bettor lian tTiey were in 1890- Bomo time Has keen spent in testlug tin opinion of DumocraU hero in regard to tho great changoof political seuU mcnt which has eprosttt over tho whole United States from ocean to ocean tgith in the past three months It ia not in tended to say in this article Writ tin Democrats will bo victorious fu the com lug fight and no prediction nt this early date it that dire ion Aasnmcdliat- it fjf j I is inpiut out tho patent- fact that the ndn tuts 1jtrlt911 hasmade- many JrifVOl tc IcliwihaaCe- to a great dogrcff nu make possible oven prdl bVo that n Democratic President and n Damocrasic Ifotiso of Rep rosontativs may be olecteiLt nuun wuBi Secretary Long who is in love with the rihip trust- Secretary Uage who ojiamorod of the money trust and a friend to some ofhh pet blinks Secretary Algor Hvlio was stunk out by the beet inqairy Secretary Hay who seemingly longs tibt in dear old London With the battered armor the IfepubM i 1 tan party rtrbinlycaunothopeforthe nnijnunftwl eaerecR which they thought yya Ira diei oaths ago n eau pnIetil Q the uiouoy question our of the tight While it will of course be mentioned on the stump itI will not lH a live issue by reason of the fact that tho Senate will certainly 31 Republican for four or six years to cuuif and no fours by the gold demo nuts can be entertained by tho election of Mr Bryan for a term of four years The questions of trusts and oxpausou will lead in tlu list As yet it cannot bo truthfully said that either party has w defined position ou the expansion clues tins M they agree to some extent but within the next three months this issue will Iw fully defined In tho party plat forms and the fight will be on In tho meantime democrats here feel that they have just cause to congratulate themselves on the turn affairs have taken a M USTEII AM EDITOK The opinions of ministers regarding the experiment which tho Reverend Mr Sheldon has been conducting in Topeka mowed reflection and reasoning on tho subject and prove the great interest tak en in the experiment Deepite the fact that those opinions run the gamut from hearty approval to srerc eundemnntion thoy show n sym pathetic appreciation of tho difiioulties mof newspaper making and an unexpect ed knowledge of the function of tho nt1I Illptr n Iis no doubt that the project of Ifht Mr Sheldon has led mon of the cloth the world over to ixmdor on and diwus the newHimjwr in general p and that this rntieution and discussion haw lipiught tho conclusion that tho I modern nowspajicr of tho flrstoloes has p j fewer faults than would appear to the unthinking The critical study which these men gave tho finished product turiuHi out by Mr Sheldon hits confirm ed them in their conclusions r Mr Sheldon effort has also caused o tuwxpaper men to noto tho ideas and do inand4 of t hIeases for which Mr Shel r don Mtiinds Hn ader views on both sides have boon i j IItthe chief rwtult of the exporhn tit oft Mr Sheldon ltt value should not bit i undere thmaleoh t i i giveiij will nut cost you a cent if it doos nor I KtHxll One application will relieve tho pain ll nll o cures uprains and bruises m one third the time required by any r other trauiuieut Outs burns frost p bites qnuiMy pain in side and chont glandular IUIII other swellingsare quick ly curet by applying it Every bottler j warranted PriM X and 50 coats roweill Oowtfill lliokmuu aud A4 1 1II M aimw SwwLimj druggists yf THE OUT AND DRIED CON VENTIONS f jl I tIt k JotJt And Bryan the Democratic j Nominee 1Jr toT The Republican National Convention i Philadelphiis willnwalnate McKua ley for President nail tho t i National Oonycntiop at FHHIMH Cityii t will as surely nominate Bryan faftfcefr I fll standard bearer This litt h veents certain as to tho nominees to th t platforms 0 tho tWo PartlliJ wvdirt each will reaffirm allegiaaeeiot 01Jhi the aasne I On thqinoiiey question the Repabll j can platform in 1896 placed stress upon securing iatcraatuMal MHetalirai it te r 1 expected that thl yetK tMir aligBHaeat a will be more tstrictly te the single geld standard idea J Itw 4 With the DemoeraUWbi8W free ril vet inkepenaen + of aE ttatfae was theII great battle cry it is expected that they will rearm Heir coarktloa e the truth of te cesteatioB bat admit that it is a0wiMfM3Mil4e ot ai tjand therefore no longer a leadin I Ottantt te The great weight eit the ee will be upon the policy of ow moat toward the now poaeooa Ii t rttsuiting from tho war with gpifa t It Li clear that tko Democratic peel tion will bo iiifaTor of the eiyamion s i Of our trade commcjcO and V w4itsH but that tho best policy to aceenptkk s 5 1 those results will bo by beer or free t trade and the gradual aaeiiailfttlen ef r l these ocoplo to pur iaeUtatioae exMBlIit i ing to them and over them tke blessing r of the coottltatloa of owr oeouwM I couBtry a policy eC friendshSp 4tconciliation rather sitars of taxation aiix JIIf nJt y XWMt J I I r 1 ii- T IsprtbliaIi I west to oisua all t mo gluey a4 the s aLWiMldiug of ttlali Lion on the grounds that caspelit4otiifrom tho products of these felaada will injure the price of products at homo and that they should be BO held until Congress or the Administration shall deem them worthy c Many leading Republicans are outspoken in approval of the Democratic position and vice versa somo Democratic leaders agree with tho Republicans The Trust issue will also be ot prominence Both parties will declare against Trusts but the ad vantage will be with the Democrats from tho fact that the Republicans have the power and nothing IB done to break them up or lessen their power and tho Democrats at least promise to try certain remedies What will become of tho Gold Demo crats who in 1890 supported Palmer and Buckner and some McKinley Many of these will remain In the Republican party but there are many others who disappointed as to reform lug the Democratic party to their idea rushed headlong with the Republicans who now find that the Republican par ty decs not reform or conform to their idea and hence a great many of them have come back and are cooperating with their own partythe Democrats Tho School Per Capita Tho pernicious Influence of politics on school affairs bids fair to be exemplified again the coming school year Year before last the State per capita was 330 wo believe Last year being the year for tho election of State official State Snperiuteudnut Davidson raised the per capita to 370 per pupil There was nothing in tho financial situation to jus tify this and it was done solely for po litical effect as showing what the Re publican party was doing tor tho school There was not enough money iu the school fund to pay this amount but rt hud to bo done and a big deficit comes ovor to bo met this year thus reducing tho per capita below what it would otherwise be Tho Republicans aro not tho only sinners in this respect as the last Democratic superintendent did the saute thing on tho eve of election rais mug the per capita to fa80 and leaving u big deficit for his Republican succes or Political dishonesty in any form is ball enough but the schools should not suffer on that account Winchester Democrat The per capita for schools is 270 for thojyoar ending June SO 1900 It is now supposed that it will drop to 240 for the next year because there is not ouough money to pity the 370 out of the present years fund The large adimaces and depressions arc unfortunate for tho teachers Bud all oilier persons connected with the scboolahlncoln- Co Democrat k rk r E- I The Hiclanan Courier OEOUQE WAUUEN Iubllshcr UICKMAN t t KENTUCKY ICURRENT TOPICS There are 90000 trees in the city crlI r Paths arcfseventy niiloa of tuuuuls Tbe hair grows conslderaUy faster in winter than In tuner In ten ycnra the descendants of two rabbits will numbo TOUOOOOO Wheat costs 4 a bushel in Cape Town Livery teams hire for 90 a lay In Mnnll hotels in Kussin each guest is cvtictcd to find his own bed cloth ing OMassachusetts has 116 street railway companion controlling 1492 milesThe Christian Endeavor society is represented in every country In the 1 1worJij The world annually produces some- thingIl like 3000000 tons of butter ande + cheese r Artificial flowers mixed with the Teal ones are used for table decoraI I 1tlonsThe Stonewall Jackson Memorial association has been incorporated in I Virginia 1 Twenty thousand people have been TBcclnated in Savannah during the past two months The will of Thomas X Dowd t f ftfalvcrn Kan bequeaths 10500 to that town for n free library Philadelphia has fortyone wards nnd two branches of the city council Chicago has thirtyfive wards The military rule is that five times the number of nn entrenched enemy are required to dislodge the latter London is 13 mites broad one way and 17 the other and every year sees abq ut 2 miles of new streets added tnIndia rujjbcr heels on shoes decreasing fhe fatigue of marching will be adopted it Is said by the French army A movement is on foot in Hamburg Ito unite the various sclenUfio instl flutes in the oily into a sort of uni I versity Cavalry cover feur miles an hour when walling nino miles nn hour 1 when trotting fifteen mllos an hour gallopingAn omnibus sorvice hiss been established on tie Isle of Man between the various towns and sum mer resorts th finoleentl f1Mai thetft yiI ilJJ over mw HbfMB jn their wild state live to f- e tbo age of tulrtyistx normally bring filiil fHTrjrfnali and hearty at thutfJ nr In tliu desert she ancient plow of India costing jicrliaji 75 cents pulled by oxun is VMtl In that country still Few 1m ptancnta are employed A Chicago company proposes to fur nish electrie tight and trolley power for SAn Juan Porto Itico antI nil the country for wile around InotwuHid attention Is being paid to tobacco culture In Georgia and the nrtjclo Is being profitably grown In many counties of the state Miss Moan Clarke ono of the few women engravers In this country OCt ctiptos a lucrative position with a wholesale house in Chicago i Ttid number of timber rnfs on all the rivers of European Ituiula i said to bo more than 80000 yearly with n total of about 25000000 logs Prof Ira Komsonf of Johns Hopkins university lea been elected an lion orary member of the Swedish scat emy of sciences of Stockholm Mr Rhodes fits out the tattered prisoner of Kimberley with new suits mini transforms them into clean and ruM ecfahle members of society There arc over 100 gold mines in the Immediate vicinity of Johanncsbcrg stretching out on all sides of the city The monthly output of the mines was 1 fifteen tons of gold Tlio multiplication of new com pounds In organic chemistry IsJ some thing appalling In 1883 the total number of carbon compounds record ed ails 10000 but n newly revised list by Dr M M Kiohtor enumerates notII loss that 07000 And the end seems yet far ofT ocean temperatures Scur rMudpled wero taken aboard the Pacific submarine telegraph MllfeyI Bh Ip Noro recently At a depth of OOTO fathoms n tempcraturo of 360I degrees was recorded and at 5101 fathoms 30 degree The deepest pro Ious casts wuro mantle by the British survey nhlp Penguin ids said that there arc over 12000I 000 golf balls used each year in the United States American players being particularly prodigal In their use The majority of the gclf halls comeI I l from England They are diillcult to manufacture slight differences In the composition Interferingwith their usefulness The eightythird annual report of the American Bible sooley makes the statement that C5902S05 copies of tile Bible hmo been issued since its es tablishment t The German war authorities IIr e r iliipliqatcK of all bridges in Frnncft If in case of war any of thesec bridges were destroyed they could be replaced in six hours Money is not plentiful among many British aristocrats Time late duke of reel was frrqucntly at his wits end I deathIof his wife her state allowance of t 116000 a year oenoed N d i trwr ROOTS TRIP TO CUBA The Object of the Secretary Wcr a Visit Made Known Confident Tlmt the United Slnlot Will Keep faith AVIth the Cuhuu- IVoule Sfo Pears of nil Uprir Inv Are Felt Hitvann March 16 ftoretaty Hoot said when interviewed that ho laid come to Cuba for two reasons Iu the first place he desired to sec for himself the working of tho various departments civil Mud military onllI to investigate so far as possible time ohmmeter of the work accomplished In till second place he dexeireei to lice as many representative men as possi ble including nil the business IntrrI ests in order to feel that ho wan In personal touch with tho rcqulrcincuU of the Island He wont on to say that he had at all times closely followed all time re ports regarding Cuba but he hail al ways felt assured that in respect toI many natters definite knowledge called for personal contact He now felt that the Cubans had done won ders considering the nature of tilt strife that had devastated the coup try for so long a time Their con duct and amiability load greatly Im pressed him mid he was satisfied from all that he lad scan that they were capable of selfgovernment It Is necessary of course to pre pure for this wild Mr Hoot by practical experience Nor should it be u cause for surprise If the first municipal elections should not bring to the surface the bust elements of the countryven In the United States tlluMKi who would naturally be supposed to take an active Interest in politics arc found attending to other matters on election day This worlI of preparation lIs deemed neccMmry even by time most radical litmus AH I soon ss the proper explanations mire made to them they roeognbe that time must elapoo believe n rae unac quainted with the aliiipltHt forms of government will IMCOHIH able to man I age public utTuini absolutely without I tllfli tAneeIThere la no doubt that the United State will keep faith with time Caban people and the joint resolution of roitgrew will bo carried out Hut Just exactly when It is Impoaoiblo to Miy The municipal elections which will take tlncu on May 1 will prove UteI Arat lesson Time object laI to rive JailInicipalities home rule lit the very broadrat MMMW making caskelfsup porting nail making time elected nf fimrxvorfd to their own people only for tlio groper expenditure of lands It JB AaJInibi fur aa riLtu to tIuraJIU tlT- r1rom Itvnnl tratlal flIrt eau BMMKibi w mJil than OMIt have ftdtfth alai mipenlaory dUn The city of Havana woukl then como into the vine category with other cities The military department of the city would be abolished and this would sable the elected IHM nlcliml government of Havana to take the necessary steps to refund the debt to obtain a now loss atoll to carry out the works of sewerage uwl iaviir which ore iiecoaHary and which should be oommenceil aa soon aa poa slble Probably this work wm commence In the early autumn Itoferring to the reports of pofwlblo trouble In the island Mr Hoot Mthl These reports are the result of hys teria or are circulated by those who for personal ends wish to sac tar mull There is a close analogy between these Cuban agitators who talk about taking to the woods anti time American braggarts who insist tint tho United States will not give up Cuba Both classes lire equally un representative of their countries Alluding to conversations he had with many Cubans representing tin various Industries he said ho thought he had seldom met with people more desirous of learning the methods of government and that he could see they recognized the difllculty of the task since government like painting was an art Ivmlnu Mlnliitrr Com In if Washington March 17Time state department lops been notified that time Persian government is about to send a minister to Washington For ten years this post has been vacant the incumbent leaving in dudgeon owing to tho merciless ridicule heaped upon him by the American paragruphcr on account of his queer mime Hadji Unman Gooli Khan with u half close- radditional tnyllnlilex The IIIIH not been notified in advance o time name of the now minister Will Advance Wacpi Atlanta Oa March 17lle Stovet Founders National Dcfcnsu associa tion whoso representatives have Swell in session hero for two days I with delegates from the Iron Mold rrs union of North America agreed i to advance the prices paid molderI 15 per cent over tho figures in effect in 1808 The result means increasedI wages to about 40000 Iron molders n nil parts of the United States Guilty of Mutmlniictitor St Louis March 17Fume jury iinI he ease of Henrietta ISambcrgcr the Midwife Friday returned a verdict if guilty of the charge of manslaugh ttir and fixed her punishment at l fa rears In the penitentiary It wus hnrgc that she caused the daatii f WilunlmlnR Spberl Orilao Vttl Insurance ban FrancUco 3arch 17Tc reinsurance of the British ship Anni rhomaa 230 days from Canliff w cupulro was advanced in KnglanO rom 76 per cent to 60 per cent- S r OIL COSTANDARD jj- Keiolntloii d Introduced In the itos ChnrgliiK it Violation of the AntiTrust Law Wnnhlngton March 17Hepr08t tattve Fitzgerald of Mataaahusctt Las Introduced the following reed tlon Whervns It appears as a mutter c f public record that time Standard 01I Co paid In the cityof New Yjr o u March 11 1000 limo sum of 170000t this amount being an extra dlvidoi 1 in addition to the regular quartet dividend of 3000000 and Whereas It is a mutter of rccor I that this last dUldend Is 50000- In 1 excess of the lust quarterly dt dead i ald hJ this corporation and Whereas It IK also u matter t public record that the price of her ache oil the solo means of light used by the iniildlc uud poor claKseft of people during the tvri I of time butwrvn the declaration i these dividends was Increased thr tents per gallon constituting n l- on every human in the laud tliprufur be it Itesolved That in the opinion congress tills notion of tho Stanch I 011 Co isI III direct violation of U e provisions of time Shermun antltrt t law and therefore punishable by air nut Imprisonment nod the allots v general Is hereby directed Iu ucoor slice with the provixlons of that t t to dlrtct time evrral district mitt nays of time United States in their i specttve district to Institute prep r proceedings to bring the above M cd vlolnter of the law to justice MONEY BY MAIL fc I- Kair and Ineapenehr way Ma soon lie PrwvldrU By an- Avg of Cotiarees 1 Woyhlngtoii March 17 ScMffi McMillan in tho sonata und 1tJ 11110ducltl1 and IntxpoiiMvtt means of t nanei1 t tint money by mall They protfl that all United Sttitan timid matted bunk hales sliver oortUtmtei Ill treasury natusof SI1 It and IdoTu InatloHs shall be replaced by sirv notpn to bl known an United Stepst lust check notes Fifty mlllloa of UHltt d States notes of dennwliiat mu above oil shall bo raplareil with a to amount of fraelioMil host cheek trot S to 50 evftta The fire B Imck of the stiles are to make tk s ttlt1hle to IOU named hureon a platE of the present InaerlptlaH a r able to iHwrvr on drmaiHl Anti C e lace of Ute notes shall have a k- sirue to Invert tb name of pa with space for rvrcipt anti1 U t L Tho hciMcr of anysuch Mhi t by iMMrtlHa the same ofa payed t being A portage atiiwv Italy ttitlto MUM by watt to Ute dwigi d pjpyae and it I nai rflwbh at E post otBre IMHM4 Tile eliMMJur ftVl them to be tIItllNled amiti sew Issued WEST INDIAN ellI roloooli signed Ike Time Allotted for n Itallflpntlai nf the Kreeiiiciit I WiMlilnirtoH March 17Svcs ry Hay smut Lord Iaanerfoto hard sTed 112111fortreaties between time United imt JIll the llrttiak West Indian t1tllda of Jamaica Turks mind Cnkoa1 Jer miida ami time IlritUh color yof ifhei rat Ifloatlon stall take Iplae an M 0t aa IKNMlblv within U montha at the it most Tlimo treaties ire now ptbil ing before the Mtinte behind the French reciprocity treaty and the period allowed for their rntlflualMii would expire In the ordinary COHIM about tho end of the prwtent nioatli Time extension does riot mean that the state department lies abandoned the Idea of securing action upon the treaties at time priwont session of con grew but xlmply mark a precaution taken to guard against unexpected obstacles FRUITGROWERS WILL LOSE t Cold Wnvc Strikes llailern Tei lircure and Nurth 2eorKln livrpylhliiR 1roieii Chattanooga Tenn March 17TIIe ivorttt to bo feared by Hill growers af oaHtom demneasee and norllwru lioorgtu was roulixed In the cold wary Fridayt iitii roseu over section fruit growfra will IIMO heavily InhiiMinJ City reports nine inches ofsnow dnnumQedImirgo limy Shut fly ills llrolhfr Chicago March 17Jolrn IUvun a- ltI ytnoltll of Mlehnol I I ulJIiduntifliallon IUIIinrtmintlyIcllhel1 Wllllllttemptlingwhon It fot H iNchnrgedI roiiQriiintliin IlildI tp Washington blareh171n time ex ecutive nwjxlon of the senate 1r Fair cOIIlcltfIItlonllynum t i lit uppralncr of the port of Now York tint time JemocrntH nuulu objection antiI the nomination went over until the next executive session Inrt of u Trestle llurned Carllnvllle III 100tootBlntlonaocnUJrhtftrctiltItructur Ft ALLEGED CONFESSION F W Golden Said to Have Told of the Killing of Wm Goebel The AMBMII VTa Hired lo flro the Trenrhrmu Shutt Slipped Now Undor Arre + l lnolvid A liiiiiiilliit Itevelatlon lJarbour vlll i Ky Marcia 10Itv- tts mid hero Sundiy that SJorgt F I 11 loldan of thn local company of state gtlunlH IIIIH ulltod hluiHult with attorneys for the prosecution of thoII akMUMdn of Yllllam Goobol and haa divulged much Information concern ing the tacit now In custody at Prank tort Ills couttiu Ureon loldeti otttt the state guards returned train J Frankfort Saturday night and gave it out that Yhnrtou Uolden the ser gent had turned to time other side dId that Caleb lowers had told him to keep Whurton from going to Frankfurt Hut Whurton Ilad left before the arrival of hU cousin Among tilt muss In thin section who were l prevent In Frankfurt when Uoebel was iiMUwlimtcd wort Milt Trosber John iolden and a young moan named UirkcttK all of whom reside on farms adjoining that of Caleb rowers tutu er on llrunh crook a Wharton ioldon Is salt to Marc stated here u few days ago that one of the tea now held at Frankfort lied offered those throe boys ltMO If they ivuIdd put Ooebol out of the way lie- Mays they refused to take time money u Wharton Golden also uakl that ho wt afraid that these buys woukl toll ou time men whew the trial conic up John U Powers brother of Caleb 1owem and fur whom there Is a wits rant of arrrst came lute town Sunday on tilt aftfcHrunr of Sheriff Itoeao that he wowkl not arrest him lit has been hiding In Harlan county and on hut fathers farm Many of the republica sits hero mire wry murk Ineoriavd mutt arrrat of Caleb rower and tlf china that they win go to Frankfort if Heirssary mist1 take hint out of etw I tidy fhe ntajoriiy of these ioide My tbat evtm it Iowen had some eon acrtloH with the aumrmhUng wf the mob at Frankfurt on January U he u sot guilty of tho eels of arias t inatlon betaae as they say he did i aol Nrv the shot It bevam known lit the rrpMbllcaiMi at Frankfort Um vrk that apt J F HNWN or- p1I1 COM ad rvgtmrat of the state truarda laud inforDM Mr llvckhaaa that hr would reeogsise him ad HM rmdy to make whatever dlapoo kin lie saw At of the a4 ulfa amid Juou ulmia of anui altlon in his party uueLeIdlgttt4uJ Kr a1INOhm1 ItFw aer s sr TYu =Dr 1 liiobr- r1sII1unWhs iITiTnl IU nUorttey mid sets Pol gveve teimty altomrv of- Franklin eounly and F W UoldcM iti Iwunvllk were in run + ultmitian- at I the Phoenix hotel The first named three are aliormya for the pruarcu doll in the case or those u Cua of onipMrlty in the anaaaainailon of iTilliaM Jobcl At I oclock Sunday afternoon Campbell wm to incimiati end a Mtpto of hours inter Franklin snit olgrove returned to Frankfort liul den left Humlay night on the east- boaaal C k U train At for depot he was asked by a milh Isown an tu Ida mlaalon hurl 113e staled that hla rtplyj waa MIl am an tag myself treat a term IH the liesI and maybe tin ftiMuwiriMrlxtunrlllp Ky Mareh M rime report that F W Golden Mad turnml states evidence was a great Hwrjniat here Tliorv In no doubt but that Inklcn knows a pool deal alNiut the plot to kill Ootlwl nlthongh It can tot bo doflnltoly said that ho was n number of tho comqMniey Ho WitH n close frlcml of Caleb Powers dohlgI a greet dm1 of work for him during time recent campaign It IIs said that he left here on n tolugram front the attorneys for time prosooutlon to IomeI to lA xlngtoiu The night before hu left ho told hiit brother he and his wife were going to visit relative in nrrlhtoii limit his wife told time next naming that ho had received n tote grain to como tn l xlngton When tho uowa reached here that ho had made 11 eonfeNaion friends of the aecimml wrtloa became very tin easy nail prominent ropubllonns wild that If It should IMJ true Tho trues would boar fruit that they nttver hare Dofore It In also learned that ox llepre ontatlve Merry inward nnd F M Cecil of Mlildlosboro wore here Sat irduy night III coiiiultntton with lol don Cecil was Birgoantatnrnm at the republican Koiwlun of time loghtla taro nt London Many think that both ho and Howard know Homothiuu ot tho plot which was made to kill Joobcl Soldiers mire Btlll on duty guarding Limo arms of Company II Kentucky tnte guards A guard 1 is kept on dirty day tutu night Capt Hnwn will not rooognle Taylor anti tho arms have boon placed under tho controll of 4cul Utbsoii Polish Xntluiml Alllnnee- Chkiigo 111 Mardi loDeltglltOH- Irom a dozen cities thud mummy towns nprraentlng1 societies In the Pollnh rational Alliance of America gathered In Chicago to attend the special ion vent ion of the central orgunlza Ion which begun here Monday and vlll continue throughout the weekII fiinnllnnx Scare subsiding Now Haven Ct March 90The smallpox care at Vulo JK subsiding rhg health ofllcer announced that the case of Wm D Urennnn In measles u the progress of the dlieavn shows FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS First Session Washington March 13RenatoTens- onal exiilnnatlon were mode by Mr Allen anti Mr Huller of their positions 011 the nnanrinl question lath announce their bcllof In tlio tree and unlimited coir ago of sliver at the ratio of It to 1 The statements were called out by rlllOfuto time contrary which had gained Matt Mr Turner or WuihliiKton began an extended speech on time Puerto Hlon bill Ho iimlntalnrrt that the prnilin measure clearly war unconitltutloiu and expressed till belief that It would be M hold If It were passed upon by the upromo court llouio Tht Inut legislative stop In the ennetmont of the financial bill was taken vrtien tlM rtJnferenco report on time bill WMI auiVtod by a vote of pens ICC nays iiQ pre enl anti not voting 19 The senate had already adopted limo conference report KO Ihat It ritmaln only for trulil r McKinley to anix his signature to tilt moaturo to mnk a u law WainiiKton March 14M nato Two ai Rumtnti worn presented to Ire natn 1111 which almost antlpodlral ponltlotm were taken by the two senators Mr Toiler of Colorado In n brief speech tnalntalno that the conitliuiloa could n t extend over trrrltorv aniulrtHl by the Inltewl Statm while Mr Turner of Waihlngton elulx stets contended that the ruuiiltutlan cm traced the acquired territory time very limn meat the United btatei look ronwaaenl iwHefMiion of It Adele from the connilli tlonol questions the two senators wore IIn praciloal agreement lloth were owedin the jn ruiinr u and both objertwl to any of the linulnr territory becumlnx a part of the United State or any In habitant citizen of tne Inlted lltnleL liouie The Uutrlct of Columbia apprt Nation bill was taken up and under the fatttudo allowed Mr Adamton of UeottM- weeusalvf the Nicaragua canal Mr Cow bird the Inl queitlon Mr tlowan of OeorRa iiueiiioni relating lo tho Ihll Ipplne and time op n door policy In the orlrn Mr Itueker of Missouri tho ad visibility of elecilnc scatters by the pea pie anti Mr HouteTlI till replied to Xti Cowherd A reioiutlon was adopted setting MhSe a mtatn PrUUvi for mho vontldera d Cnlalenwore twscd to etlle the title to real e terelheihhettlof of iaemaa Banta 1 mlThe Ira tract or C 4uint ta appropriation bill carries wwHjn Washington March U8enateKanearly three hour the sensle hatS mistier riMtlon the bill a PU tar the boreal ot proprtalnlfJfJ to Itleo The Mil had ot when the Quay earn was sailed Wit Mi WeuiMKton preented an elc nralv arcu ldIMIconsumed In a runnlnic IllrcYSt6aI of the vasthoesPh mMmro peta hUI carrying ltferlJs war assa- ilbyte house also a bill granting UU abandoned Pi Ilep military rerralNn to the Hain of Kansas tar se all zpHteat talhMi Main normal and pubM park imrfreea adebalI art or two tie the rrnatb paSse1 Ili- 11mrt Itn of approprlatla kilt 1s- pNlM ti 1k MMaun sassier 11040 lIM- presideat Moa authorised to a tha- tsea tor MiMir ethtoailon pMbMe workanti otlher RwontMonial al1li pY 1tIH INaea I pa i weeReMllagd mal M MMirvlMhi nail the clerks X urn jtMrtrts easels for the 17111017 et Ulaho ataad II rtsei auiutr retatlni IM hrnli at bill at xlv YItwo houn were upset IN lit 41 rIMIotI of a Mil to pay lMprsedatrs wnallW tar stn xnna Inrvrrwl by pals hi e ntt in the lax 4IIrHe bvt Mil WM u UlMl ly mitllIdOM + ImiIN1 wee pawwl in p J A Wave Ass t- ntr wrrlr m th mmmrtUn nt it- Monad City Mttonel fc KerT It refr Ih eUlw of jf luMl Ulehup for rrksu IMwtnsM tYwna111eet tolled C- oaaJ s e LMwe10 NMrrNoor the WsWaSt s Mash 1tNoc W- iwas e- teee A Q1it5iB1a Na t aM Ili Aw rran 1 7 W Po slid the olhr yalat 1M pairnl1 Riel t n Mr llurhvfl presented rrdu tin In mnBnry at th lat Monroe 1 a Maur fnam Nrbraks- Trllwls wen pal to Mr llairwiirdi memory sad sa nn mMlilnnalI I murk of r poet time Mow ti iirmed at ta orNlr k Wahlnat n M ivh I iWnt Two ntr iire of national ItniMirtanr wr- p1srd by the Mnale The leajlalallve executive ail Jtxlklal apprnnrimlon bill- pssoulitarrying m re than UVOBSOMI ws Without oVlMt The N e kure pros hNng for the apt dwiment nf a iummlojilnfi tu adjuitlrale and lettl claim of Meoof of th fnlted Hint rowing nut of th war with BHwln was sln1 psseal without oppnalllono The Pnrto Hiian gorn- re1 Mil was then tahn un and olwuiei until adXMimianl- Itou T house r fud to ronrur in tko senate mn4M Mt to the INwtu Hi can rllf till The dmocrsts supported a motion to concur on tr1Id that It WnoW avoM further plat to the inhabitants of the llant1 behindtbairmNtoe ou should insist upon Its orlslno prwvl loa to apvroorlat not only ih moony eollortoil na lonto MOHM fowls ui to January I but all uuqiiei i moot collortMl or lo tw volle test The remainder of the day was devaid to INetrlct of Coramlita buotn- eItallrond Sold nl Anetltin Jopllu Mo March IOn Inn sag City 1lttnburg lull rallnxii wits sold nt public unetlon at time de pot In this city ut 1030 Monday morning by K 1L Stiles muMcr In chancery to MtlMfy twentythri11 mil lion dollur mortgfltfc with one years accrued interest livid by the State trust Co of New York Hut one hid was made that by Slums W 1cttit chief cotitiRel of the Ihllndvlphia re organisationI committee of SftUOOOO time iiwt t prier- llrrmnn It Tnnlteiierk Dend Seattlo Wnah March tolItrmnnP- o TnubPiiock well known an tin for mer cliHlrmaa of tho national com mittee of the peoples jHirty tiled In this city He eamu hero from tilt east about two montliH ago In deli cute hoalth nnd his strut been rest lngqulotly at the homo of his brother h IIgnoring mill publicity The belly will be shipped to hU old home In Illinois llnlltvny In Hnlvndor Vnshin ton March 80 Coiikii John JenkliiH at San Salvador IIIIH rr ported to till stale department that the Srui Salvador rulhvny from time port of Acajiitlu paHitliig through SoiiHontiati and Santa Ana IIIIH IHCI complutrd nearly to Sun Salvador nm will lit opened for traillu early in May- An a Inlirnnlloiinl Until Wanhlngtii March 80 Among ftime blllH Introduced In the home was one by Mr Stephens of Texan for nn international damn on tho ftlo Grande river to control the dintrlbutlon of the river between the United State soil Mexico Trnusporl Named IloHfOrniK WaHhlngton March 20Jho steam er Colombia recently purchased by the government for the Inclfle tram port service has boon renamed the ItoHccranz in honor of the late OeD lluiccranz Spring 1 Humors- of the Blood Como to n Vtnln percentage of all the people IruQnbly 75 per vent of these people are cVted every year by Hoods Snrmiparlllu nudvn hope by this nil perhunttins mudo 1I111tl people well offeotcd more wonderfuneuron than sty other inrdlelne III tilt worlcl Its strength i UN n blood purlfWr IsI demonstrated by Ita marvelous uure of Scrofula salt Rhoum Scald Head Bolls Pimples All kinds of Humor Paorloolo Blood Poisoning 1 Rhoumatlam Catarrh Mnlarla Etc All of which nro prevalent ut thus season You nerd Ilnods 8ar aparllln now It will du you wonderful goof Hoods Sarsaparilla Is America Urratrnt lllwxl Mcdlalne MOTIVES MISUNDERSTOOD Ilntv the tproarloni llatltry of- Swell VIIUNU Man Nlrntk n Haul CUrb There I Ia bUWllrn map who bat inane heIUY yaiing he aw what It tie with He rreeatlr en trip ant haltprsM tmi step fir I eturkof days In Iksladdbla IIe wanted 1 yet- seme crtUtIC but bt was toM u4 u pay totheset tome brief notoriety because of their utict He had ten Jwir U spare aa a silicate sad be arrdmgtywent to a Ita r Ctiu male at which they kd a lot of Oat IUftIo titer oft at M rests a pair lie speat the money n them Ihinci lINt he weat cut of hu way ttthe mo t ouiracewMOMnblna tione off rnlor sad the inotl lNurr eQets that were is the plate He tmtntotd semi dtrfMMy He Mil seek whWk nMa the asphalt tfctettalk1 reel n they 4o wader fiX ekedIkea IenA efienllldfor abet th srsue WHIt It aw Ihh Me IJ 1001 IM hourt ne set y erstell- gast a rd deem1 elatestes That was what he w ai4 buthe avid sat Mrk into the a wMMr The dark when lie was patioc hM hill MM Yoii uocht lojpatmt that larvattoa 11711 th trMU4 the seek isaw with aa alw ipalnry lisle M lie expo o4 aMe thin roopuseatmrry bow hr rnftaf JItV All trace The rnremor pairsI of t aasde wh lit Bah I5Fa dntre M ih keen fe sty ak stet- s1 Ida who was racy lighllr clad FroM ore mrwiiilir Kr ktoepoC IM tUnch why- apxt Ik Indic aarf asked him hew itwas h maid withtlaatl Ik raid satire as IlOt a eMrnr Th ladiaa wiihoMt a uklgflowrrreue cs sad mi his rrt4E k we wdeaalee loaf The l 4un waited till the what taws wa s throNcli then withas wttriy rapMSs 1 1 1ucrf hea- dttl lirr aid went hu WHJ Oiacta Bali fniuirrr BatIkaches Jl OffffGff fro wearying beyondties crfptlon and thoy Intttcatm roal trouble somewhere Efforts to boar tho dull pain arc heroic but they do not overcome It and the maokaohas continue until the cause Is re- moVed LydU Ie Plnklum VicU le Compound 1 doss this mora certainly than any other medicine St has bun doing It for thirty years It Is a wo mans modlofne for wo mans Ills It has done much for the health of American women Read tho grateful letters from women constantly ap poaring In this paper Mrs Plnkham counsels women free of charge LynnMass Planning to Paper This Sfling Tkm It MUI Dill II v tV ILI1UY Tnten rlloMri- r I IIKALTIIbLAL SELECTWALL WALLPAPER W nnj ALL mM r1IeialImILnitlkl n U Iin4l LoistartALL tffrt nrrft br r LOW AMI 14ewtlntisicn Our Spring Catalogue 1IAta rNITh I- aIo nwf an I CATUUIL LUTAaa11 W Purrt5Wprrnirl ntdltf lk n- 6u Aumw w wry niiirIHI VI- ZYtshllbd JOHN M SMYTH COMPANY SIIOdubWlNku I T = L iiII itI JtI i If f2MAFEKING IS REACHEDH D Reported in London That the BeI selged City Had Been Relieved tUn lluller loree Jhont lu Kn Mug e ttvn Ilollina Armr unit Will Ati tiit to Pircr Ut IIIKKar berK lln liter Ialftl ontcohDilJ eontirnihig oftstokitjlliimontary under wcrotarv for war H1II1IhllI rightTheiinu nut qnJF oollspml They lUll in tOll rfdernhlo forre arouml Smlthtlold thiMifk Hiuoli diiplriteil- A llrltlsh jijr from llunxvllle ro KirU that CotuMiaiulunt Olivier and n roHiBMsxla nrr iroliifr to itroonstadt flit 1JtlnatpooMHMMlerriaif Ilritish Itoers uwJor H tuiltr of lesilt KrooiMtfldl whoro the Soar eoneeHtniUHtf Is 137 mllos from HloomfonlHii It IIs stir junIsai rn flsUrrn isr now rethntHprlnglnniel prellmlnsry to Joining lont 111141 UM llullurH lull work before Lady Hth KM given him an experteneo wbHb IIs aboMtt to be uswi in forcing llw liinr rsburjr range It I Itellrvod ifeet uQM ef 1 its 4WW8 wttii are about In njrsf dm Itatlias forre HIM tlio III U news of igbtlng will prolmbly rtimo from Natal The IwHlura of tlia AfritaiHltir bund art dreulMUng a petition In Cape Col nmy Mktng the hHIerk1 government Not te take nw14y the iwlppendencu of th 1kutv Thirtytwo thenmnil nddltlonnlI troeM for South AfriuH are now at WON IxMHlan Mareh 90 Nolther tho ad vance bysay of IourtoMi Atrmuns nor Col PlHiner iH0v inmi hM yet rMwUnd In brlnglHff news of Mafe klnifV ttaJtf from lUocmfvHtoln anti NiiM there nrw apparently no scv riou detvlBRfnt Hts 41UWk 1 1I trrtwl remains eealeml in Col Ibwlpn lSmlts force umlUtniettfd by ev wtx oJl griIr willbtry tmnortuHrt How 4WP1 1It sjtp irs likely that the eon TerytMs of th troops toward MAlt king iinllentwt a muck more rtown purPOM UMUI merely Its relief Judg ing trans ord M lhuns pnwenro t YarrmlowM and thu character of tb Mmr by JMMMMI of tin vnal at Yowrcon fttrmiMs keen observers IMH that Lord lloberts ttmlltM un dvMM Hi forvs on Pretoria by way rl1 11 t Inri AtHl JiJiiiija irJiir i mii OlI r moO flirt with HH HatuHcr 1 lllo mfoHl tn Hud NatiL- Thsia lanl Methnm may lit irireti be e1nco to rtHleem lila reputation JM hjM IMOH done with Gen iiatacrnC- oMMMHikint Olivier loses awom plUhitl another Mid p In hU rrtrent from mirthurn Capo Colony evnciiat iHff ItoHxoville and going towards KrwwfrUdt whoro PreMdent Stuun Is- Th1 IlrltUh ofUreni now In IVetorlit lan IIwrn rcmnvml from the prison where yiii tun Chucrhlll left them to new quarter In tho outHklrtH nf the town under lHH oort ridge The nxi 1101111 for thlB change are not staled hilt ItI InI evident that ion ItolertM nnny will Ufivo to expose II large number of Hrllteh prlnonrrs to oxooptlonal lander when Pretoria In IInvented t np Town March ao Owing to the qUftTTPtaomene nf Col Schlel the UvriVHii ofllcwr In ehnrge of the lIner Mrtlliery who was wnunded nnd Ink un primmer nt tho boLt Ic of Hlan- llrerltl lie hUll been removed from thu priMtnerV enmp to n tratiNport- Lowloti Mnr Ii M A dhtpatch to the Dally Telegraph from llloiMiifon trin MytM 9ui M upeucli whloh ho inMlf hero a trw days beforc the IIrl- tIhl pnlorwl the town Pre hlent Km jjw Mlmlttml that Iota mon would bo unable to keep in the field for Hiiothur inoHtb r1w Town Maceli 1LUusi Vhlto ltW ddt of Uulymiilth baa ar rhml hero but is too III to frmll oft public ne i lloit in his honor Wild II Murder or Hnllilrf Heattk WHah March ISn un known mull wan Iml Mild liiMtanlly killml on a wellllghtwl bimlnoHH trpt In tho heart of till city 1I WII about lII year of age nnd neatly drccMoO He fell bleeding Ito I he side walk with H 3HeA1I111r revolver nt hula feel Tho police soy It IK n ease of nilclde tint eirruniHtnnce throw an stir of uiy tery nroimd the tragedy No fllw of lilontllUiitloM was found on luipuIrPlflIrntltflf Clifford 1 Inrkcr New York Mhroh OWorll hn bion rceolvid here that Gtfford Forbes 1nrker formerly a merchant of this city oiled recently nt The Hngue Hol land of locomotor ntnxin otter nn 111 IUH of six years He wa t W yearn old nnd WON horn in Cincinnati Ho WH a MIII of Judge James Pinker of Cincinnati Noted Untomolonlut Ilend Chicago March 10 Andrew halter one of the most noted entomologists In America and for 45t year n relllK dent of Chicago IH dead Although regarded ns n high authority Mr Holler contributed no books t o scion title literature He was 80 years old 4 Cnimdlnn Tlienter Horned Quebec March lutlie loss on thoI nwuloinv of music tho lending the atcr of this city which was destroyed by fire early Sunday MtnwtvlttfV vi wan W000 rIte S LoUis hotl1 adjoin iugflM bnohI r thntugdI FILIPINOS ACTIVE ItrlirU fnrnlihed Arm nnrf Animn- ulllon fly NpnnUh Iteldeiitn Treuiou or Munfclpnl 1rtgtti Manila March 10Gell Otis con Kldeni Manila the most troublesome center in time situation Tho insur gent junta lucre in conjunction with that In Hong Kong IB growing active Thu military authorities have been forced to put a stop to Mablnlti in tcrcourse with tho public Time local nnd foreign IteM consider hula Decent utterances calculated to incite the Filipinos to n continued revolt and prejudicial to American control FloroH who has just arrived here wiyH ho comes trusting to America leniency and that ho would not him dared come to Manila if Spain wore yet in control Ho cherishes the hopoH and aspirations which actuated him when in tho Hold nod desire to watch congressional olI upon the quoation of the Philippine The iu HiirgcnlH ho wiyti do not oxpect to vanijulHli tho AmericuiiH hilt lire malnt lnlng a rcHl Uinee with the him of forcing congress to accord them the leIt potwihlo tenim A number of representative bear gent iofidcni trout illiTerent lmrts of LiiBon Juno recently been In confer cube in MHitiln Some have been placed tinder Hrroat butt the others titan far hive not boon Interfered with HoporUi nro currait lucre of active rebel orgNiilmtlon In thus irovlnee of Moroniro where tho itiBitrKunt loud era are Mild to be twisted by promi neat Spauuihu recklontx InhnbltmiU of thin district who are In MHiilln havo boon advised not to return to their liotnoB but to icmaln under the protection of tho Amoriunrs It is also reported that the rebel arc reoruanlJug In the province of ftAiuhanloji under Mimowrdo Brlgandu aro committing atrocities In the prov ince of Nuevu ISolga where they have murdered 20 natives and Chinamen JKlght other murders have boost com mitted near Farina The Nnevn Hclgfl Innurgontfl are homily taxing localI traders and farmers 1thm the result that huiineM IH jmrnlyxeil anti there is A general scarcity of food Tlio fonda fr maintaining this guerrilki wnrfare are collottod from time nrious towns o tho Island whether occuplwl by tha Americsiii II not oven iHclwllns Mattibi In the province of Albuy time mute gents haw etsiHl harasslits the Amorienns owing 1It IIs reported to alack of ammunition hut they eon tliiMv rttvairiiig the country by burn Injf sail lootliif TIM natives are Ur lug of this Kort of thing nail thmttnn to turn against the nuirniHlers Already time townijHiople of T gitspl Al buy and DOHXI are slowly returning to their hoin s Gen Kobbe luau opened CO porte In the BOHtharn part of LMSOII summit In tile JUtaildt 9t Smna gnU Jaffa UID w Ji rtt lWlWft ft to HnmTmte t IIItIb there although only temporarily at the iHiuntry IIs nonpro ludtive amid tiIto mrently noiiconiuiniing Owing to the Political eondltlons of tho last 12 moith products accumulated dor luir tho blooknde These will Itr hlpM d to Manila and then the porti will bo ompty Kvldenco ncoumulntos of time tinson and porfltly of the iniinielml pro IdcnU In tIme provinces of Gen Me Arthur district Time presldentn of several towns In Lepanto and Union provinces hove declined to continue in their positions saying that they do not dottlre any further Identification with till Americans MASSING AN ARMY lluniiln Ileporteil to Have ntlif red 100 MMI 5oldlern In Different De partment of the Umpire Berlin March lsTht Constant noplo correspondent of the Tageblntt telegraphs the following which he claims to have acquired from a very rood souree During the hut five months 100 000 soldiers lane been thrown Into different departments of Ititiwla tooth on this aide and AOTOSM tho C silnn Morv Taschkend anti SamnrkHiid are veritable war camps nnd only time Im pos lblllty at time prost ut sonum of till year of bulldlns new lisrcackjt or liarVorlnif men In touts line delsved time advance of further troops A doclMvo manlfoMtntlon agnlnst 1Hug usual may lie exjicctcd before long The corre iHudont ad ln under re icrvo that Uuiwln IIIIH netunlly Hiiuir ml A harbor on tho Persian gulf out aide tho Strnltn of Ormux- SlnlemontH still moru setuant tonal ire publlHhed by tho Muuleh Neuewte Nnohrluhton one of the best informed Nipors in iermany whleh nlllrms among other timings that Great itrit lin humus consented to cooperate with Germany for the purH of upsetting UuHtiian plans in Asia Minor Killed lu n Ilovlnu tout Santa Cruz Cul March 1IrAnllC- nIlK 18 years old was killed at Levin Lakes in a friendly bout with Bert iVhlddcn In the eighth round Whld than struck Cass with a sixounce glove on the loft tilde of the neck 3cath resulted in half nn liour Cass weighed 170 pounds being SO pounds icavler than Whlddcn j Another OUt to Yale New Haven Ct Starch UAt a meeting of the Yale corporation just held here tho gift was announced of il10000 to Yale to found n school of forestry The doners tire Mr nail Mrs J W Plnchot of New York city md their sons Glfford Plnchot Yale 69 nnd Amos It K 1tnchot Yale 08 Colt AVnvc lit I oul lniin New Orleans March lS1h wenth or in this city and throughout oulslana continues cold amid tho local bureau scrids out a pi eviction ol rout Suow feU and Iice formed MAY NOT STRIKE The MnchlnUls In Various CUle Will loverii the Cnlllnir of n leiiernl Strike Chicago March 20 Kcprescnta UVCH of the International Assoclatloi of Machinists said that local condi Lions in the various cities where the machinists are dissatisfied will gov orn tho calling of n general strike President OConnell and hula five as sIstantH left for tho principal center of industry to confer with their mci before Issuing orders to go out In Cleveland Philadelphia and Paterson N J the men lire said o be becom lag restlestt under the delay In the strike order The lenders will visit is soon ns possible these cities Cleveland Ot March 20Toll11 D 1Ferguson business agent of time lucid machlnlitlH union nnd vice president of the International Association of Machinist wild that no orders to strike hall boon received from Chi outgoslime movomont here ho said is Independent of that in Chicago The men simply demand n ninehour day month nonunion as well us union mon are in it There Is no quostlni of tho recognition of time union and If our demand is granted there will be no strike There are about 2000 machinists in Cleveland Boston March ao1ho probability of II niHchlnlHU strike in this city out April 1 by order of the National Union of Machinists on account of timE Htrlko of thus Chicago union mon is considered very slight The unIon machinists wiy theythu not anticipate that time officers of the nnsoclatioi will order n strike in Boston at this time WITHIN THREE HOURS T ree Musters flute Twin to disc Wnrld Ioiir Horn nnd Two filrl Surprised Huiiliuinln Newark N J March tHAn event medical scientists in this city are in alined to regard as uncqualcd in the birth record of tho world occurred In Mondham 35 miles from lucre Three ulsters within a little over three hours each became molheni of twins All of the mothers arc of families well known in the section In whloh thoy live About 3 cluck Mrs J W farm brant welcomed two boys An hour later while lice husband was reedy tag congratulations A messenger hur ned to time house with the news that hula wifes sister MrsI Chns Freeman had just become time mother of two boys Throwing1 up hula hands in as tonlAment Mr Garrabrant exclaim ed Who ever saw tIme like He wax however to bo still more astonished After the messengers of mutual congratulation luau censed to hurry botwcon the Fntomnn and Gar nboilIliroot1housos with tho now that time third sister Mrs Frwlerick Guerliv hac just pronented her husband with two tiny girls All time children nr liealtliy There will be n sextuple eimrleitimg MANGLED BODIES FOUND 31 nn nnd Wife Probnblr Cored do Death liT n MUVIIKO tout enr- e eopee In Danville Pa March 20Thue mutl latcd bodies of K C Stout and his wife who lived on a farm near Neseo pee Columbia county were fount hurled under the snow in their barn yard In tho sumac yard where tin bodies wore discovered a savage hull Is kept with a number of cattle amid It1M the supposition that while nt work In time yard Mr Stout was attacked by time brute hits wife it was presumed came to his asHiHlunce and both were gored to death Mm Stouts neck was bro ken mill hurt body stripped of her clothing The husband wns mangled almost beyond recognition linn it Ship Cnnnl In View Washington March 30 lUiprcsont ntive Lorlmer of IIllinois introduced n joint resolution for a survey nnd estlniHte of channels 10 foot 18 feet nnd 14 feet deep of time Upper Illinois river anil till Lower Dexplnlnes river with a view to time extension of navi gation from the Illinois river to Lake Michigan The Qstimnte is to cover tilt proper ronnuctlon nt Loekport with the wijiltnry nnd ship ennui con it ruejed by time city of Chicago Colored Soldier Pnlilllr Shot Italhdrum Ida March 80 Sunday n row occurred III a saloon in Coour DAleno In which two colored soldiers named IHayes nnd llnyden were fatally shot HnyeH WIIH shot through time lungs nnd hayden in time breast time hall entering lumr time heart and rang- Ing upward The man who fired the shunt has not been located Irleo of StiKitr AilvnntTil New York Mnrch OAll grades of refined sugars wore mlvnnccd 5 cents per 100 pounds by tho Amcricnn Su gar Ilollning Co There was also an advance In the pound price of raw su gars Tlie advance is said to have re stilted front tthe Increased demand for tho product during the past week Vise Coldevt In an Year Detroit Mich Mnrch SThe tem perature Saturday stood at two be low zero in Detroit utah through southern Michigan the coldest 17th of March in 21 years For tIme nnrjunt of snow on the ground the tiny breaks time record The St Patricks day parade was practically abandoned A Million Years Old Flndlny 0 MArch 18W H lien dcrson of Springfield 0 was arrest ed hero In A demented condition Jle claims he IH n proachpr nnd over a million ynars old t tsti a f FAST MAIL WRECKED Mnnr Patueuigera Were Hurt Com rcliil Traveler flyIng nN n- Hemilt of liijuric ntgdraiTy Ala March OTblJfoittnoll on the Plant system which waswrcekid about a mile and a luaU ron 0ark resulting in the Injury otj nnuniber of passengers Win Ke lar a commercial traveler from Sa vnnnh in dying as a result of his in Ifurla Ohers hurt more It L Todd divis ion syntmflguiftdflNtrlmMoHlc ami Ohio Montgomery Con dueor hired fatally C L Mlxcll a t- Xflrimtmmmt pTup brldre when the rear trucks of the tenr jumped tile track und the en Hlecperlettmill two sleenors turned over and- roId down nn embankment throw tilt time passengers III nil directions in tn coachmen BRYANS PLATFORM i Ita Adopted nt disc Nebraska letnocrntlc HInt Convention JlIo imp time Popullnt J c4fp Neb March 20ln offect Wllbni J1 Bryan announced to time J dalsxrallc party and to time nation nt harp t1f platform which he considers Jh heel for the democratic party and praokaJly upon which he desires to stas nominated at the KUIISMIH City conirftlon I no rihlltform which was adopted hy sue Nebraska democracy with the grll1f enthuslaosm reaffirms tIme t ChimjoJ platform declares for 10 to 1 upOKCH a large standing arm tie nouircg the action of the republican part cm time Porto lltcan tariff bill iteclire against trusts and Imperial ism and favors time choice of United Stain senators by popular vote Tb ijftntform adopted by the popu llttt fohventlon was substantially the Souls iS that adopted by the demo crau It differs somewhat in form but ronlllcts in no essential poIntI IIROOTIS BACK Tb greretnrjr of War Hcnclir Ojnrletov 5oft hoard the TrniiNport Sedmvlek J urlcHton S C March lOBllhu HOtJ seervtary of wllr arrived in- hswktnut on board the transport Stdek hnd immediately went to Sulkvi 118 inland to meet Col Ibm dolfli cpmuutnum smiling the 1st artillery nmf Gtimt Sanford United Status on IbM I1 charge of harbor improve luitJL At the colonels residence dffftvolson A Miles was found he tb pnjf1fedmedr6r front the city to Inipeot the daforfsc Alt went to Ft Sinter and aftennrd visited Jots Capron nail Jssper anti reviewed the garrison Time usual salutes were firtiecmrtnry Hoot mmmii nmrty left for1 yiihington anti Gen Miles and par t trtcd for Port Koyal COST HIM HIS LIFE Smallpox1taittltc Him llnrled nt MldnlKht Detroit lIch March 3At mid n ght the remains of J J Young late a student nt the Detroit College of l frticlne were interred in a lonely lOt in a local cemetery Young v hose home was in Ottokee 0 was a dim of smallpox He went to the I spit III to aid his chum nnd room i ate when time latter was afflicted v Ith the disease nnd ivan soon violent I ill himself HeI died nt the city hos 1 liiil nUll time health nulhorities in I her to avoid tummy nlnrm caused the 1 nrlnl to be held at midnight None the relatives of time death mnn were Tiiwent nt the graveQ- umnvksmsIstmII Iny Docldeit Washington Mnrch 20Clmief Jus t ke Fumbler of time 1nlted States MI Iironic court liiiiulod down nn opium i tm in time claim of Commander John V Quuokonbush of the United States Ilintvy to recover pay for services from u8 to 1897 The ease involves n coma ifflcntcd story of an effort at dlmhuMiI sjhUt reinstatement to rank In time QIIAlktntiJlniml also that time United States could jut recover money paul him Quack llbush wns succeeded HS commnniler In 1S74 byoiumu Schley Coloiubln Cntlle 3lnrket Wnshington Mnrch 20 Owners of cattle In Colombia says Consul lion abtirgh nt Cartagenn in a report to tho state department see mnking nil poKHible efforts to ship their herds to Cubn nud other countries preforrini to tiny time export tnx of 872 per head rnther than take time chances of hav ing their stock pass into the hands of thv government During January last 0700 cattle were shipped from Colom- biA to Cuba nnd the consul says that ihese shipments probably will con tinue for some time Julia Artlmr the Actrenn Iletlrc Phllnilelphln Mutch OB C Che ney husband of Julia Arthur the noiress announced her retirement from tho stage for the season nnd perhaps permanently All dates hnv bijqn cnncoled nnd time company dls handed Ilerllii Innnrreetlon llerlln March ID Sumlny being the anniversary of the Berlin insurrection of 1848 time event was celebrated in t thusual manner by the socialists an Iradlcals The weather wnu veryr II imfcrumble f r A fCCi IU C CCH I r STATE NEWS PICKaUPSl iI GOVERNORS LOUISVILLE I Two of the Hniiiiortcm nf Taylor Start for WnnhlnKton on Some MlNHlon Not Uncle Public Louisville Ky March 19Time two overnors of Kentucky were enter in this city Sunday Menint Tnylor antI llcckham both insisted imat they had come to Louisville on mmrehy personal business and that visits lund no political signifi cance They spent the tiny quietly though both receivril numerous calls from their ollcal anti personal friends Taylor mind his associates among the republican party lenders are very close mouthed its to time nature of the mission on which Surveyor of time Tort C M Darnett nnd Collector of Internal Itevcnue Bapp left for Wash ington Saturday night after their conference with Taylor but there is little doubt it has to do with the at titude of the national administration toward time republican state officers The latter do not conceal their pur pose to hold onto their positions un til the United States supreme court has passed upon the question of their right to hold them They do not in tend to surrender time state buildings and records after a decision by the state court of appeals it that court should decide against them There has been some talk that the demo cratic ofliccrti may try to exercise their functions in earnest hi case they are upheld by the court of appeals which they regard as the court of last resort in their cases and it is be lieved the republicans wish to know the feeling of tho national leaders of their party toward their policy Warn Finally Tried Lancaster Ky March 17 William McCoy was given ten years in the penitentiary for killing lila aged fatherinlaw David Whitehead near Dripping Springs in 1830 McCoy wasI n fugitive from justice for nine years and he wnn captured in Spencer count Kentucky living under another name The case lund been continued for two years because of absent witnesses lie Was flespondet Lexington Ky March 17 Albert Williams colored confined in the county jiiil for cutting and wounding Newt West in Georgetown n few days ago attempted suicide by hanging lie wild that he was despondent be cause he had heard that his sweet heart was about to marry another munl Doctor HeconirH Dctrotlrr Lexington Ky March lSDr Dab Cassidy of this city has been ap pointed A detective by the state boors of health to discover and arrest allI patent medicine sellers who are not regular pharmacists lie will get 2 S for each conviction besides a handsome salary and expenses riirrinnrn fly the Trn t Williamstown Ky March l1TI A Shaw agent for the Continental To bncco Co hUll purchased nearly 1500 I 000 pounds of tobacco in this countI He estimates time total production Grant county to be more than 5000 000 pounds The purchase price will1 average 7 cents per pound VorUlni7 lila Way Tliroiigli Lexington Ky March 10Jrnnk Blake landsman on the battle ship Texas is here en route to New York While the ship was at New Orleans lie went ashore and was left He ha been two weeks reaching lucre He is working hula way through Two Cabins of Sinnllpox Taylorsvllle Ky March ISTwo WINOS of smallpox have developed in tho family of Squire Van Dyke eel orod nt WHsonrllle It Is reported that two dcntlm have occurred Thor are seven new eases at the Clark home near Wllsonvllle ltatillerlea Starting Up Klchmond Ky Mnrch liUII dir tilleries of II C lllce mural J T Hack worth nt Rice Station ISstlll county have started up The distillery of W S Hume Co at Silver Crook is also running Uhllrnnl Tint Ileported Paris Ky Mardi 10lut the cir lull court time Peacock Distilling CoI WHS lined 530 for falling to report withdrawals of whisky to the audi tor Time CJ 0 White Co was fines 300 on a similar charge Ten luolic of Snow Columbia Ky March 17A bliz zard humus struck this city commencing 1withthrough the night Time snow I about ten inches deep Girl Fntntly Hunted Olenwood Ky March 18A daugh ter of Robert Jenkins was fatally burned hr elothing igniting from n fireplace itna Twos Murder Cne llrownsville Ky March l8FlItmonson circuit court will ternC try Thomas lllggs charged with murder of John llashnw and 11 D Lucas charged with murdering his ilsterlnlnw Miss Clemlntina Wilk s rineil for WlilnptnK U lay Loncion Ky March 18Prof- t JF C Lewis principal of time Hue hienimet- C Memorial college was fined on thu jhurge of whipping John Pitman tahoolboyjWhlle not under the teach I its control uJURY FAILED TO AGREE Cnni of II II Mnllena Jp CrUrn JJ OVcll anti hot Lock Charged With Intlmldatlnir Voters Louisville March ISTho jury in the case of 1 1 H Mullens F W Crites 1 J ONell and Bob Look charged in time United States court with in timidating colored voters at time last election after being out forty sijc hours failed to reach an agreement ami was discharged by Judge Kvum Saturday Judge Evans issued n rule against John Jtolirmnn Jr and United States Marshall A D James to show cause why they should not he punished for contempt of court Kohrninn who WOH one of the jurors is charged with leaving time jury room while the case was under consideration nnd time marshal is charged with negllgetuca for permitting time offense Without n City Trlbnnul Middlcsboro Ky March laOn pe tition of City Judge J W Bosworth time circuit court has granted an order restraining II M IMiorcr from acting ns city judge It is said the city government will refuse to recognize Judgo liosworth so the city will practically be without a city tribunal until time matter is adjudicated Both Illiorer and Bosworth are prominent Ken tucklans Boswortii being a brother of Sheriff Henry Bosworth of Lafayette county Ilhorcr is an exsenator anti representative and a long hot legal fight is expected Left to tbe Lawyer Louisville Ky March 16ThtJ tit rectors of the Bank of Kentucky Hold1 n called meeting to consider what shall be done as u result of time JlS Inick law repealing the banks cliar ter if it does not comply with the tuX provisions of the new constitution by May 1 It was decided to leave all to the banks attorney Judge A P Humphrey Time United States Lit prcme court recently decided that the bank had n contract with the state to pay its taxes under the hewitt law until the expiration of the buaUa charter in 1009 Will Hold the Gnim Lexington Ky March 17Capt- Ed Parker of time London Ky ml lltla company ono of Taylors sup porters gave out a statement here that 2400 gUI two cannon and two gatling guns are stbred in London Ky and that he will hold them nt nil hazards against any nttcmntrio f take them He say UiaVjipfK Qiilyh will thd guards biittJmevTffttemsImIhip resist if a clash conies lie will hold them till the court decide the guber natorial contest OrKinlxntlon Effected heaver Dam Kj March laForty miners anti 35 operators the repre sentatives of the two classes In ses RO n here organized by electing lIon L L Stewart chairman 0 W Me Cullum of Union county represent- Ing the miners mind Itankin Eustln oC Henderson county for the operators secretaries It is thought the wago scale will be readily fixed though tint session may continue for ten days Infanticide Charged Brandenburg Ky March 17News from Hock Haven says that Miss M C Itobinson line been held to the cir cult court on a charge of infanticide charged she threw her child in a I IItll It was alive when found but died The womans defense Is IIthAtj the father of the child told her j that if she would kill it he would marry liar lie Bled to Death Louisville Ky March IthChmarlwi Mastison tiled at till residence of hut sister from the effects ofu nasal hem orrhuge whlfeh hunch matedl several days Time hemorrhage was mild at first hut Mastison found that ho could not eheuk the bleeding at huts nose Ho went to a physician and the latter afforded only temporary relief Two Trnlun Met Louisville Ky Mnroli 17h heneN on collision between two heavily loaded Southern freight trains oc I curred at time Catalpa street crossing Parkland Four curs wore derailed I IIn0 one was hurt The collision oc on time K I track and was I due to a mistake in orders I From Manila fur lluV I IUrouliht Ky March 10Time Samuel Alexander son of Mrs W II Moore of this city jjho died nt Manila last October ffnj brought here am were interred Ins Maehpele cemetery Thursday Creditor let Oiie iinrterII Louisville Ky March lOln the t bankruptcy case of K U Nugent the I dry goods merchant a settlement of 3r cents on the dollar hums been agreed upon Jail Inntend of the Ten Cynthinnn Ky March 10 Sherlft Casey tutu deputies took eight pris oners who were sentenced to time i penitentiary last term of court to Lexington timid lodged them In jail there where they will bo kept until I the trouble At Frankfurt is ended i inrmr Dropped Ilend Cynthiana Ky March 16Tos Hudglns aged 80 a prominent and wealthy farmer of this county drop ped dcafi while plowing of heart 42tcimlldreni Z I jT r 1i II7s- ILL7 rr eII THE HICKMAN COURIER fteorgo Wnrron HICKMAN KY FRIDAY MARCH 88 1WO Good Doctrine Tficiir4Jou Nowa In tho Presidents meamge to Con I grew In December last this paragraph occurs It must bo borne in mind that since i tho cession of Porto Rico she has been t denied the principal nwrkote she has long enjoyed and our tariifs have beenI continued against her products All when she was under Spanish soverftitrntl The 1 markets of Spain have been detest to her products except upon terms to which tho commerce of all nation te nubjelt led The Island of Cube which used to buy her cattle and tobacco without CUII toms duties now imps the ame du tios upon these products an from any other country entering her ports She has therefore lost her free intercourse 1 with Spain and Cuba without any cow I ponsntlng benefits in this market Ifer- ii coffee was little known and not in use by our oople and therefore there WIUI f little demand here for this one of her I chief produot The markets of theI Iii l tolproducts i Iti iish all customs tariffs between the United States and Porto Rico and give her pro ducts free ICCNoI to our markets This wss manifestly the just view of the situation so much HO that the country accepted it nt once The United States had acquired Porto Rico by ces sion from Spain and thus free inter course with her former markets Spain and Cuba bad horn ended The mani feat duty of the United States then was what Why to give Porto Rico free trade with America of which it had be come a part as the President urged in his message But instead of this the t House I BMK a bill establishing a prtv cUt tariff against Porto Rico one of its own possessions wtnnding in relation to il as ors of its own Territories 00ii that the tot itat of the Porto Ricans m i worse than their tirat Tnen thi torn i came and another trill was JIUI l ndii j ing the tariff and providing that the IdIj enuex derived from it should be exfeiut j 1 eel for the benerit of Ports Ric lint all i J the world knew that this was lint a sop I e to Cerberus and it only modinVs it doesj not undo the cruel wrong done thOfltI dependent slid trustful people w l s it any sufficient excuse for the Presidenti to sny as he is reported as hating re ccntly said that his own individual at titude toward the matter is still what he declared tt to he in his December figs rage Us Mould had stuck rloe j to that iKHltfcsj and given notice that he would veto My bill that WM not in hrmany wftk tie declarations nt that tang WReHuSl fldie it That is wHt a iwvjr JhaoJ TIt whole b bwinftw is a scandal and i an outrage jC A Hound 1cluoclnIt S aboutSe oovrgg of a reoeut addresj to the people of Arkansas he said I I am opposed to imperialism espau you and to a large standing army 1 tt bytti J Eastern liomisphere If we seek to hold pirmaugntly and govern the Philippine I II I islands wo must either govern them MS i colonies or incorporate them into LheII I United States us a territory or State and make the inhabitants thereof ciCioI t zoos of the United titates entitled Ui C all the privilege of American citaaeDIII contraryttt and the Declaruliou of Independence I and will require for all tune to come aI I largo staudiug army On the other i hand to bring the iuliaLitanu in as cit izous would be to add to our population i tou mlllious of people diffenug in race and color nunsecl to our wsys audimethods of life auu living ten thous Hurl miles trout our capital and ooldI also bring them into direct competition with our laboring people and this would us I conceive be not ouly an lletI of folly but norime against our own people For these reasons I think we should dual with the people of the Phil ippiue Islands precisely as we have promised to deal with the people of Cn ba I can see no reason why we should give the people of Cubu a free and in dependent government and at the same time hold the people of the Philippine Islands iu subjection by military and inflict upon thorn tho wiiue curse o carpetbag government thut the people of the Southern States endured imme diately after the close of the civil war H TUB national prohibition cquveutiou Junecs nominationx THE President to be elected uoxt No vember may have tho filling of four of tho iiiuo placet on the United Statoa Su premo bench One of tho vnoaucirs 3 3willbe tho chief justiceship TIIUEE of the four delegategntlarse fioui Georgia to tho National Republican Convention elected by tho Repub iu convention ut Atlanta are k 1 1negrocs J THE Tennessee State Republican Uoui mitteo has decided to hold tho State Conventiou at Nashville April 10th A candidate fair Governor throo onudi dates for Railroad Commissioners an candidates for Electors from the Stat e at largo will bo nominated und dele gates to tho National Convention se acted I r- I LOCAL NEWS ==c = ==DW out your garden toola for gar den making H near Get your fishing tackle in working outer for the time fat near when tho lln ay tribe wil bite Eyestestedthe only Optician in the city Mr Wm Maddox a prominent farm er of the State Lino neighborhood lost a- very tine how one day last week by col liding with a barbed wifp fonco Mr Jerome Kelly died nt his homo jin TvniMMMO near Jordan Monday and v all buried it Alt Zion Ho was CO years old and a highly respectable citizen Olli New style Hate for 300 Well worth 780 hrllishlllg goods depart ment KICK NAYLOK A little Hkkuinu boy who was re linked for WWUIUK out his stockings nt the toes replied that he couldnt hel- pitChIN wriggled and huols didut Within a short time seven servant girls were married front the house of E M Tucker and now tIn Tucker finds plenty of girls willing to work for her without pay but oh such girls Au editor iu u neighboring town writes of a society wedding Tho grooms present to the bride wine n handsome diamond brooch besides ninny other bvaatifnl things iu cut glass The Ubion Chronicle says the cur few law in that town like the remain der of the laws U Ignored and that the authorities dont care a continental cuss whether the boys st loot all night or port of the night 3T Dont barn up this summer cook jing Oct a Goal Oil Darner and use it jin yoar old stove Yon can cook n uiml ifut rec NoaahM no kindling no dirt Th wonder of the age For sale liccifg Jewelry atIWhen littld boys Begin to plaay for keeps and spend all their spare nkktls for colored tissue pap gait when Ute bony ribs of kite frand oocupv All of the easy chairs in the libaary you ratty know that spring ha oome ILllth r Manship the most popular W ur r ir the South will deliver his fa riis lay are Southern Song and Story ut pity Hall Witt Tuesday night Seat on 1K 11 Vilton Book Store DO YOU INTEND to pibat IODr IIOt I hill SpciP It 10 Ftn SWA YNE The lit He baud 11Mi mixed Paint Oil Turpentine Var nwbmi rifmns Hard 011 Pintail BleJ Prices right Troy X fWIt Banter Last Monday night llu Mpok factory at this place IMV j looking foneMnu John J Reedy C Son was destroyed bv tire and was a total I ki something like 11JXX worth of ma chinery being ruined besides sealbundled dollars worth of spokes There WM DO insurance This war the first lire in Troy fur over four yearn An fchitngejK7B that in tikeoM of Ground Hew V 0iIu1t11Mf the title to Iae dlbe al WUter 1roph- rat fce JnriMla per the pklntlif and the defendant Iia Aereby pariwtually on Joined from laying say further elam to aid oflce or say other emoluments or porqukitM thereof and the aforesaid oflke in hereby confirmed unto sold WeveverlMr stock of Floor Mntttng and Oil Cloth just received They aro all choice selections and I hnve put tho price very low ou them Come in nUll make yoar choice before the stock is brolttbIWe direct attention to tho advor twement in this issue of the Mutual Lffo Insurance Company of Now York represented in this vicinity by Mr E 1C Ellison and Mr Al1 Karte This great lmvingbeenhat a large number of jK licy holders here and has promptly paid a num her of claims at this place Their now jiolicie are very attractive If you aro interested in Life Insurance we recon mend that you advise with the above j tamed gentleman through whom you can crake application for iraurunce IT in very hard to stand idly and soo our df ur ones suffer while uwuitiugtho eNIt dairyman ut H drag store for u doctor to cone and see his child thou very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to como at once on hit return He also bought a bottle of Cbauiberlttin8 Cough Homed which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours ho returned saying the the doctor ueedut come us the child WM much better The druggist Mr Otto Schole says the family has since CouJdlRoweduntil he hm it constant dtmaud tor it from thrtt part of the country For solo andfJfTIt you want Stylo Fit and especially Quality iu tIIOESIit will pay yon to sue our line- nKIOENAYLOR Oush Shoo Store Speaking of tho benefits to be derived front the system of free rural mail lIo11ory un oxchauge says The beno fits to tho rural population of mail der livery at their homes are so plain as to require no argument That tho plan promote education nid contentment svslemIshould be extended as rapidly us possi populnttonneee enough to como within reasonable dLstuuco of covering tho expense The policy of the postofllce department has always been to keep in advance of the demand for postal facilities und that policy will doubtless bo continued iu the mutter of rural freo delivery Tho safety of the Republic is iu tho enlight pasteldtion With tho general extension nf rurl free delivery there will bo loss talk abont tue monotony of farm life and peopletoo A + Il BRA D j ll DISPLAY OF lelw I I J p D- iI aOOJj MYPI Pinn nr Store wml U PPKOIATH I Ikavoiii9 I ifi etst stock of Pine Pasjlolzal7lm FoodsI over brought lot market and after the Steak h broken it will t hunl to duplicate Ute lend tug tylrn u the present pried I will be glad to girtsuy omtouters Ute benefit of the LOW GASH PRICE + tv with whiah Iha good W8tf pnroLseetl 95 AIX3HPT A CORDIAL INVITATION sailtell earljr tto VAKB TOUR SHLHOTIONSI It I1berg I I I A OARDII r seeIII To the People off Kentucky and Tenn 1 F Last yoar a Great Company tUstributucl millions of dollars umon the people oi the Southern Stilus ut whiuh tho Stntos of rluntiieky anti Tennessee received an hull nillion dollars liutwuun them It ia tho Largest and Strongest1 Insttiwiiia in the World mind being lonmiod in America till Americans should fuel a oomtmuidublo pride hooHtieo of the unparalleled results it lit accomplished mid becmiso ut the fact HS was declared ba State official it prosecutes its affairs upon u high plane of propriety avoiding doubtful practices and ntihucinly niethods always seeking to uphold itlftlwn dignity as U bonefieent and economio factor in developing the oivihsulion ol our ago and rountry Last your it Mhtributed among its members the mormon sum of S20 369U3G 00 and has paid to iii inembcrH in dividend since organir nearly one hundred millions of dollars which almost tqnuls tho combined dividends paid by the next two largest companies in the world It has insurance in force amounting to more than u billion and filly two millions of dollars and from it wish funds of morn titan three hundred millions of dollars the combined capita ol the fatuous banks of England France Germany md Russia should he deducted it would still be with only two exceptions the ILargest Company in the World andcould continue to do business at the same old stand with a sub stantial balance of over one hundred and twentyfive millions of dol lars The results accomplished in time history of this Company for dourly sixty years and especial I v since 1885 when Mr Richard A MoCurdy wan electedresident stamp it Its tilt the most evenlysyhtCi ltt itxtll- and I IK ably managed institution ol its kind on tho faco of the mirth It is a Living Giant of Finance the acknowledged World crowned ham pion of the Innuranco Business Its name is the Mutual Life Insur ance Company of New Yorka synonym for strength tutu security worldProspective desire information regarding forms of insurance prospective agents men and women who desire profit able contracts with the Greattt Insurance Company in tile WorM will please address BISCOE HINDMAN General Agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville Kentucky A boy an exchange says can tit on a sled six inches square tied to a ileieh making eight miles an hour but ho cant sit on anofa five minutes for a dol tar A man will sit on nn inch board and talk politics for three hours but him minuteshoturns goes tto sleep A tuna will pouch his runningdown Inthetitmidnight lieisifalit andla18 ALE NOTICE 1 will on TUESDAY APRIL Hnl 1000 sell to tho highest bidder at tho residence of tho lato W T Noonon theStatowit Horses Mules Uattlo Wagons Buggy Harness Hay Corn Faruiini Implouienta Household ana Kitohon Furniture the growing wheat crop Illld other property belonging to time esnito I nonI 500 cast over IG on a credit ol 8 months noto with approved MOLLIEI F OiMPDELt I 1 A HliiT TO SIUTJIiU HOYS WhoiMivtr a now tint toil mill or factory for other pnrponoN IH PS lulillHlied In tho South Hiiyn tho At liuitu OoiiHtltntlon one of Its first needs IH u young man from Mnna uohuBCltN or PtuniHVlvnnln to an- perinteull It We Imvo young men of our own who should bo nvidl able for this work but owing to our Htilly luaus on edninitlon while they are ln lni prepi nul in be doctors or lawjvrn theynro not propitred to Lit liandlt of cool or Iron Thun wo see thorn Hitfndlni about without employ moiit or oluinoring for coinmln Mloiis in tho army while fiat bertha with Coil fortrable milnrloH at homo alto ulinoBl nil iak n ui by IrHlll era the need o our country then isI liiciition luau iulenl mln cotton We dont niod men who can exponnd Bla kHtoin lint men pusholeQtrioi UlMkour ftitillltlffi for tech tool iMlnuatlon bnitiit cnotiKli nile thor ough iMiniiftli wo must rxpcufto tllltillaIIIooundthat Old i fCI 01jjTi CcwgU1J1 DruggIsts e u JlJUIClUJtTEIt FUll CIIIIJIJrJ1NIU8 coma Ynn81I- A I N I rrHIJln1iHrIICtnsC IPHl SCHJPlIONS- Carefully Compounded +f = BreadL IS TUB STAFF OP II IAUEtttt AXD TO UBT j 4 GOOD FRESH BREADS OO TO TIIE Jew Oily Bakery 1 I Bread Cakes and Tics Baked Daily fItlt1QUL1L11D1thl voltii lJ Tropical and Domestic FruitsI Fine Chocolates I and 41FRESH Candies Cigars and Tobacco I and OliLBHY 11KOBIVED DAILY I L4MiZOomej I V If Now City BakeryOJJl + + 4 jr j H+t + ++ S r t 1frJ t 21 J aJes1o ijoJ kJThe Best in the World I You nmiot Hnkv Mistake la Buying One of these Ranges Ono of Us 8lrolJ oRt 1olntB Iin Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL MlllntfflDnIIICnll anil 1Xtl111il1 Tliciu VouMI Ituy no 01 P- iertea2e E aaaV HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS lir 11AIILIN11II31 IMG1f TOM DILLON Sr Propr 8oo ior n C lUmift dwJ Marble and GLanite Monuments OTJK33I3STC3 1i STOVE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING CG Hiolsm n Ky a W R WEBSTER DEALER IN Ii1jVR KRNTUCKY ANI 81CVI1IK1IS SOLB AGENT POE 0 Peabody Olnb Bourbon e1 GoldIe 00II Mountain Grove II 2CO II r i I V r tv H I to Old Standard Lincoln Oo830a 300Ieo SPECIAL OFFERDEAlt SinI nm enabled to selland uUquaartsBYEWHISKEYlREPAtDIIn11enl RnriAfHOlorMost liberal offer and I utvalt your orders Yours you very truly This us B W Y1CBR STBBl4UnlonfcOlty Teas l Tm i y t ii 4- i JI i BCullroml ETiuic iublu LIN 0 ft St L R It NII AKKIVKHi I 1111111Ttet r K 1li II SITr N t r05 pm h Local and Personal h UfktittgljrAnilKotiiMnlwr that you tillaip rree strongToputMtafortunate Just bold your trrtp NudkMp up heart AiiA leant to bide your time wft00 0MMm M DucKs Mm J M KM to vfetttaf to Villas ofIyUltLtI Mrs lL T Bmwma vtoittni Union Ottjr UifeWMk A11 I at went to Mi mphw Tuesday at hHSfasw Allan byllar ii in DurdiMT Ten lblwe II 1 t JfKWI Oob titer tee uie Nt n I Wt1rJf KUDcIarutiI IIf A Tyler fc I IIuaille and Cio tjir tiiti tlii wtwk fctf High grade Pullin fur Kir hone lM f r t9 Hi i A NATUMI- Mr CiJ W BWI iuu ola cltiaeB of I li U ilfttd- H A Tyler tUIII n Nuibville 0MIet Mvrraldi I Mi Urn Coy I Fulton ia the I Iott lOr Mr Ham lutn Iiiil Shaw heIin tinI ttmutry thus Wi ok l kink after hL farm if T llobin n f Union City w 0 in Hickman V Il10la Mi1 Iuiae OlarklOr Union City in Uy iJt of Mira Ji 1Ior fiartu at tli liriKiiau Cborch Swift by Kid A + I latt T- IVoLAk UlVtIrIIIII I Islington Kj sprat WadM lt in tmn- fm Pat MIail tell wiili your profllOe at M7C Iii1LA tVS Bag store Mw II P 11a ham hat returned to Uals pity after iiitinif Hickmaa Mte Nona Paik wuihiw beta in St Liii iti vhoUnc Mix Kd isllisce Mi Kula Kaa II f IulewlineT s lit tliruvt of Mi I Nttii llprtweek- Miwn Hagh ndl J hn Swotlmr m n mad l hM ltoayUI to Pulton TuMdajr Jinn1 1 Daiar D Orerb of P lh s will vta Cher talker D W Uktkbrsss MM SIlk Mr txMto Vaila awrabant of Me tieI lit Ilevisited 1tl lMhsyh I t erMi t 11 ORb it V Tlit Onorrt Mjn that the town of I Fulton h now frwe from all apposed owes of Mnallpux Mn 8 II Parker who hai spout the will r in StateHTillv N U ratnnt ed koe Twittdajr tW BoibfoidVry Club will meet with Mr Md Mia R B Bnvard and daugh tar MtoaI Marie bvaiorrow rre Perfume 1 Perfume I An ai tm byKWATOB VUn nar4 S pt DI Wllww Of IltokMMM wee iH the city Wedmadajr looking after the aobool Interest LvUtar tIpI the riaing star of MitateliItpi OCT Bob Taylor At Cliy Hall Tuesday night Mar 27tli Jlte Maroer will tender the tuoaie at tho 1Itaptfat Chttrdi nut Suter night Hrwybodjr iorttnl to hear her fflritW DUCK to thi best Watch innktr lie Iss Ihad over SO vests ex lurleiiBe in revairiog hu Vetches Arthor King C L Haian Eraeat L King and JoT Dillon left Tuesday nhjhl for K butte trip to 8t Louis JIw Lou Harper returned from at Loirta Prhtoy Majht list but tau been sink In liiflkiuan with pneumonia since aarl ib your Fowl Hint lame to SHAW A SHAW Mrs Jiw C Weajw returned from a rtalt to Granite Cloy III Friday night InsL HoaowiMiiied by her daughter Mr A V Oniiger ntohop Cit II OaHoway Mgm of Imfliar Manahiii U an imiMnonator ho own not be asoelled on the AwerioHn jiUtform Mlw Mnbel tJoakler a bountiful and uouompliahud yotiny lady arrived iu the olty today from Hickman awl will lie nt Kirks storoFutonLender Hov VQ Hellwy pastor of tlio Hnvs Avonuo Mothodtat Ohurch lit Jack BonWTenu has boon honored br the Moinpliis couforenoo with uu MlIJolut moot iu clurioul delegate to the Worlds Conference of Missions to oonvauo in New York uoxt mouth Mm Hirmn Slnnnoin who haB boon ovornl months nt Jtoll Siirings line re turned homo much Iimproved in henlUi und in now hoarding with Mrs H H Powell Mrs Bottle Mason of Notch Springs Is nlso visiting frionde and rel ntlvoa in this countIWhile in Town I Call in nt E E Ileovw Co and so his nloo lino of CarringtuH and ljuggies Young Mens 17 in Buggioe ore now out Ak0fsight Both young indies and inn Indies arc 8peoinlly invitod The man Inge of Miss C Eliw both- Wilson daughter of Mrs J A Wilson Of Iltoknmn to Dr Win J Lolor of SU Louis Is announced tbo happy event to occur In St Louis in April The Cour i her In ndvuneo oxtonds eoMgrflUiUtioni to tho bright Und noioinplwlied young brido and td wish for her continuous showers of blcsaingao RAILROAD EXTENSION From HlcKman to Charleston Missouri The Courier bi in paannwion of tells Me and authoriUtitc information to the offset that the railroad magnateM arc DOW contemplating till ixtonlou of tlie Nashville Chattanooga ft Saint Louis ajmtem from Hivaanti CharleiitunMi or some nearer point ttl oonneotimi with the Iron Mountain system tUittaRt tilt entu ton will probably be made the preaent year Our information which Ito direct and thoroughly reliably iis that the Mobile ds Ohio road which has had a ronniug connection with the Nash JbaL road haa given notice of tbe In twtlon of the lit O to terminate that I Dtnwt and that Mr MiHon Smith imaideot of the L iVi N who owns the majority of the tock in the N A C has now declared it to be the purpose and Intention to build the connection from Hickman to Charleston The contract we learn requires 6 months notice for diaaofaUon This eitemuon yours ago war ouOMidered neonwity and ia build tar only prevented by an alliance f the MAU and the N do O tuIId of eourae the pr went talk may pmt to I a hi blot from one or the other side fur better terms aa to a renewal of previous I contract between these roadx lilt now it haeall the apparent five of oameHtneMw with iadtoaUooa that the eitenuion will be built this jest Whut s Year Paso Worth I ooMttaoa a fortwie bat never if you hT H sallow eomplexiou n Jauu diced wok tooth pslcher said btoeolios on the akinall ateua of LiTer Trouble Mat Dr Ktafa taw Lift IUto JT- ear Nkfa Rosy Cheek Rich Ooni pinto Only We at all drug atorea I TUB WAT IT 18 Bone people iaiagme aajr the Unioa City tom OoMar that a newspaper ahowa great favorittom IB Ita reports of eatertainmeiila marriages etc Aoon erifntiota newspaper sun to never bias ed by any pemonal teelings in the mat tar Somvrtmea a man whom he per scaly llkea and admirea takes unto biavelf a wife and be gets half H doses llaea Again another for whom be has but little friendly teeUag fonakea theraiika of HMKA caaiadnaai gem a dawn lines ixveral raaaotM may no ooast fur this In the Ant place the writer may be fatigued hill mind Inac tive std geta through the article M lokly M puaftble the half down lines- avtoiff proved a perfect drudgery That Tl HMT ho nest iireai time which tiisissses a short article or he may do duvet twisty or tunic VtaLIP Itltiillnif lrtitj atutees m eat fteJrr la the second case the u sas doom HO M to due to the mental eoHititfcm of the writer whose brain to clear and active lie dashes the article off m a Jiffy without a thought wheth er the roan WI a friend or foe merely endeavoring to give the news in a truthful mariner and in a form that will prove interesting to iu readers theme alum wonder why oue enter taiumeut to more elaborately dwwnliwl than another For the reasons already enumerated and also the lack of space sometimes prevents an extended notice and aanlH the full particulanj were not conveniently obtainable I Iotufo Need ofourlast week and thin week over half of them are up Plenty more of tar same Wad on hand To District Trustees Owing to the trouble in Pmukiort Its cadent to the change in the HdntlnUtra lion I will be cable to inane the ceo sua blanks in your hands before April 1 Trustees will therefore wake urrnnee meats to late the census taken M soon 1lie blanks are delivered mad full in for taking the OPIUMS will given at that time- Hespeeifttllv D E WILSON Sew Wall 1nper SpringStookat very low price Call and wire se I leetkm Wiltons Book Store ESSVYSON WATEU The Settler Ol 1of Hioknuin Cnlltgei onUirtniiied the school last weak by reading Bsvays on water The namesJ are as follows 1 Wille Onrllu II Wtun Glenn III Corn Drown IV Lora Whlpplo V Jnnim Maddox VI Arch Dellow 1 VII Kate Hied VIII Loon Smith IX Lydia Gonlder WK have paved many doctor LiltI since we began mine OhauiborhiiuHI I ought lletneuy in our home Wo koop n bottle open till the time land when an of my family or 1 begin to ootoh cold w IMKH to use the cough remedy and as I a result we never have to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough ROIuy nov er fails to curs It is certainly a wed iolne of great merit nud worthD S MKAHKIJC general merchant and farm er Muttie Bedford Co Pu For sale by Oowgill ens Cowgill liickmau nut1l A M Shaw StwteLius druggists AIAItRICI The Ellison Millinory store was the scone of an unexpected but happy ovont Thursday morning it being the mar- i of Mr James Smithriage and Miss Mattio Chambers Judge II M Kecrby performing Uio ceromony The marriage was witnosiod by the fashion and beauty of tho town and nil haute rejoiced In unison wiUi the uappinosa of tho coupe- and best wishes for them r 4 = sm lI0II7= 1 u 8t1 ur J e i INet S I Springw Goods i a e t IIArrlvt t11 Daily 1 fJ f ri A4 I I altzer kjDoddso Q I 8 eeeaG t IUGGIES 9 CUBlG HARNESS AND IMPLEEMTS O ALL KINDS Priors o- nBuggics aild- Cal1lages j t Ire from 2078 to 1lQO 1 Prienon allrii e5S I Sr ere from 760 to Sw PRICES OF IMPLEMENTS PgOW GEAR PLOWS fin CULTIVATORS from 1100 to 53500 DISC HARROWS from J 2300 to 3000 C RN PLANTERS from JJ 1 1050 to 421 Plow Gear and Repairs a11Vs iii ok Can furnish Repairs for any kind of Plow or Implement on S lost Notice We have the ad drew of all the factories in tho Unit atatea of America IVs are just oplnin our 1 Ittrplr1 i Stpok and would be glad to 6how ltOt j ER E S CHeckman Ky- ri F n r ILiONS Groceries Hardware Farmers SuppliesI STOREI Theyi Altlnys1 htvo what the farmer + w it Hay Corn Oats Drall Cot lonsaod and Mea always on hand j i Lenders in Staple ai d Pansy Groceries LlP W5S Ellison 1J l nn x ATTENTION Metnlwra of J B Ward Uamp No cwt- U U V The annual dues are now duo AH who have not paid will do tw at on feAlso all memlM ni that epect to ntUm Use reunion at Louisville will pleaw let NW know by the bt of April ao arrange inauta can he made for board etc TOM DILLON SB Com For Siile rentPOCKET 11001 LOST iOu Sntnrdny night lust seine wherein Oayoo or on the rood to my home I lost a pocket book oontnining some mon oy nUll receipto A liberal reward for its return It B SCHANCR Oayce Ky i Informntion Wanted 1 William Weaver col who came North 15 years ago wish to know if thoro are nay of my acquaintance or friends still remaining in liickmau Ky If so nleoso address me VuvgsuXII IReliable man for Manager of Branch Uilico I wish to open in this vicinity Good o ouing for au energetic nobtr man Kindly mention this paper when writing A T MORRIS Oiuoinnata O Ilhidtratod catalogue 4 ohm potaR- cOrlviifal Tarlor- If I you want a neat nice slave As good as burbot evor give Cull at my shaving parlor Morning noon and night t The shoalS are slurp and rotors keu You thud my shop aunt and ole+ an Uomo out come toll come large uulI swell 0Trythe TiTAjy jriul Artists ono and all I A fc UOCKINU r I l 1your1 IIXll WAJfTHl A reliable white woman can secure per IDent eiuploymrnt at reasonable wageA r applying nt once to N J COBCM Hickman Ky IRS J W JOHNSTON HKKEDKR OF MB lau SSiIvatr Wyottcd- One u Mile South of Mayfleld tea all mail to Mayfield Ky rr t EVERYTHING Ofl WHEELS r You have lot your head if you buy a Buggy Wag n Thresher Binder or jSJcrwar in fact anything in the vehicle Md burncM or machinery line before reacting my Urge and assorted toc- keIaebii gouda at tht market a- ndIi the lowest A triall will convince I aya own Jewelry Store ntdoor Jtoater expert watchmaker and op fai manager of this department Yours for trade f T II WILLIXM ate St new Union Depot Fulton Ii DISSOLUTION tr Itt mrmmhitx heretofore eskting ftlla Ales A Faria and suet U Ji the livery stable towineai has U4fl8y been dttolvcd by mutual con tofe All panoM indebted to aaid firs Will settle with Alex A Faria n Amax A FjjU8- vf SLtt B PAIU- UKmh 1 1WO i 45 NOTICEt t tJf111 persons holding claims aga JgOk oatMto of too Metis deoeaaed refcy notified to present Ute same jp property certified to wiutiu the iiflilJ Sixty days oth rwiv they will be forever barred A A1ARIS March 0 1000 Admr e Nsii iiii ss i IIIISome Sell Cheap i SHAWIiII III II 1 I Spring QoodscI HAVE COMEand arc still coming consequently the stock iunsalable in Summer which we have neither wish nor room to hold over I MUST BE SOLD I II i COME SEE US and when you leave another will be add t flcto our long list of references 4- Y i i M B SHfiW I The Latest Styles + The Best litd i The Longest Wear ARE TO BE FOUND IN Drew Selby Cos ShQQS Oxfords Slippers Tte Worlds BestI For 300 250 and 200 uas1l 81E i BIDE I1LOB W- S C iiJJs tJf JJ J g ir11 i Q Capital Stock of tho Four Goat Banks of tho World Bank of England 886047935 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 Total 176822855 7SURANCEI 1 5 7 yITS y Or 125021682 more than tho combined capital of these famous banks The now form of policy of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now Yotkj Richard A MoCurdy President provides FirelShe SECURITY 301844537 assets Second PROFITABLE INVESTMENT lhirdL13ERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED 1Fxtandcol term insurance in case of lapse Automatic paid up insurance without exchange of volley Liberal surrender values One months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply t- oBISCOE HINDMAN aloretGeul Agent for Kentucky anti Tennessee Louisville Ky to- E R ELLISON AL PARIS Agents EJOKMAN KX t i THE DRAMATIC AltT Dr Talmoge Gives His Views of the Theater Snj the Dm inn Itlxlitly Directed In n Source of flood Should lie liirlllcd Not Suppressed Gnod and IInIIla Copyright 1900 by Louie Ktopach At n time when the whole countr is in controversy as never before con cerning1 the theater snd some plays arc being arrested by the police andI others arc being patronized by Chris tian people this sermon of Dr Tal mngjis of much interest The text is 1 tforlnthinns vil 31 They that use this world as not abusing it My1 reason for preaching this dis course is that Ilinve been kindly invitei 1rbrtwo of the loading newspapers of this country to inspect and report on two of the popular plays of the day to go some weeks ago to Chicago ant see the dramu Quo Vadis and criti else it with respect to its moral ef feet and to go to New York and see the drama llenIiur und write 1113 opinion of it for public use Instead of doing that I propose in a sermon to discuss what wo shall do with the dramatic clement which God has im planted in many of our natures not l in 10 or 100 or 1000 but In the vast majority of tIC human race Some people speak of the drama as though it were something built up outside of ourselves by the Congreves and the i Goldsmiths and the Shakespeare and the Sheridan of literature and that then we attune our tastes to corre spond with human inventions Not i theiItourin the domestic circle among the cbllI dren three or four years of age pIaI ing With their dolls und their crutJlesjj and their carts wen ten years after in the playhouses of wood ten years alter in the parlor charades after that in the claboratejraporconations in the academics of music The pls and Aeschylus and Sophocles and Ku rlpldes merely dramatized what wasII ir the Greek heart Terence andIPinutus and Seneca merely drama tilted what wan in the Itoinun heartIl Congreve and Farouhar merely dmmt I tttteed what was IB the Rngllsh hearttt Itaolno Corneille and Alfieri only S dramatized what was in the Irenchtt and Italian heart Shakespeare onlII dramatized what was in the great worlds heart TIlt dlthyramblc wldtclassic drama the sentimental drama the romantic drama wore merely ecJiocs of tile human soul I do not spook of the drama onIt111efjoctJc shelf nor of the drnmatt in Ufo playhouse but I speak of the I dramatic clement in your soul and mine We make men responsible orJit They art not responsible They are responsible for the perversion of it but not for the original implanta tion God did that work and I sup pose He knew what He xvns about when He made UK Vc arc nearly nil moved 113 the spectacular When on Thanksgiving day we decorate our churches with the cotton and the rIceIand the apples and the wheat andItilt rye and the oats our gratitude to God is stirred When on Kaster Imorning we see written in letters of JTIlsenery parent likes to go to the school exhibition with its recitations and its dialogues and its droll costumes The torchlight procession of the political campaign is merely the dramatiza tion of principles involved No intel ligent man can look In any secular or religious direction without finding I this dramatlo element revealing un rolling demonstrating Itself What j Khali we do with ItcShall we suppress It You cnn as I easily supptesa its Creator You may direct it you may educate it you may r purify It you may harness it to multi usefulness and it isf potent that your I ff duty to do IiiHt as we cultivate the 1 taste for the beautiful and the sublime tt by hlrdhauntcd glen and roistering stream and cataracts let down in up t roar over the moaned rocks and the day f lifting HH banner of Ictory in the cnlitII and then letting everything on fire as j It retreats through the gates of the west nnd the Aimterllt and Waterloo of an August thunderstorm blazing tlirlr batteries into n sultry afternoon the round glittering tear of n wet on the cheek of the night 1 1IIl1d thIs wn we cultivate our taste for beautiful nnd sublime 10 in every way we nrc to cultivate the dra matic clement in our nature by every igccnto passage in literature by an tithesis nnd synthesis by every tragic n Imsllllge In human life Now I have to tell 3ou not only that tiod has implanted this dramatic ele ment In our natures but I have to tell yon in the Scriptures He cultivates It Htflappcnls to it lie develops It I do not care where yon open the IJlble your eye will fall upon a drama Here it is In the book of Judges the fir tree the vine the olive tree tho bramble they all make speeches Then nt the cltwc of the scene there is a coronation nnd the bramble Is proclaimed king Tliatls n political drama Here it Is In the book of Job Enter Ellpha 1HI dad Xophnr EHhu nnd Job The open Ing act of the drama nil darkness the clewing act of tin tlramanll Eiinshine Mhgnlliccnt drama is the book of Job Here it is In Solomons Song Tho irgion nn oriental region vineyards pomegranates mountalr of tnyrrh Hock of sheep garden of spices n woo ing a bride a bridegroom dialogue intense gorgeous all suggestive dramn IK tilt book of Solomons Song Here It IK In the book of Luke Costly mansion In the niffht All tthe windows bright ivith illumination The floor i quake J with the dance Returned son in costly garments which do not very well fit him perhaps for they vero not made for him but he must swiftly leave oft his old garb and prepare for this ex tcmporlicd levccl Pouting son nt the back door too mntl to go in bocnuie they are making such n fuss Tears of sympathy running down the old mans check at the story of his sons wander ing and suffering and tears of joy nt hU return When you heard Murdoek re cite The Prodigal Son In one of his readings you did not know wmther to sob or shout Kevivals of religion have started just under the rending of that soul revolutionizing drama of The Prodigal Son Here it is In the hook of revelation Crystalline sou pearly gate opaline river amethystine capstone showering coronets one vial poured Ollt incarnad ining the waters cavalrymen of Heaven galloping on white horses nations InI doxology halleluiah to the right of them halleluiahs to the loft of them As the lllble opens with the drama of the lIt Paradise so it close with tho drama of the second ParadUe Mind you when I say drama I do not mean myth or fable for my theology Iis of the oide t typo 500 years old thou sands of years old as old an the Mule When I speak of the drama at the be ginning and the clow of the IMble I do not mean an allegory but I mean the truth so stated that in grouping and In startling effect It is H Godgiven workl resounding Heavenechoing drama Now If God implanted thia dramatic element la our natures ami If He has cultivated antI developed it III tile Scrip tures I demand that you recognlte U Hecnune the drama has again and again been degraded and umployed for destructive purposes Iis nothing against the drama any more than muelc ought to be accursed became It has been token again ard again into the natur notion waaaalU of 4000 years Will you refute to enthrone music on the church organ bccauM the art has been trampled again and again under the ect of the lascivious dance Ilcv Dr Bellows of New York many years ago in n very brilliant but much critlclKd sermon took the position that the theater might be renovated and made auidliary to tile church Many Christian people are of the same opinion I do not agree with them 1 have no Men that sueceaa is In that di rection What I have said heretofore on thla subject aa tar as 1 remember s my sentiment now Itut today T take a step in advance of my former heory Christianity is going to take full possession of this world and con trol its maxim Iita lawa iti literature Its science and its amusements Shut out from tile realm of Chriatwnlty any thing anti you she it up to In and death H Chri tlanlty to mighty enough to manage everything but the amuae mont of U e orln then it ten VBrjd fcclivo Christianity Is It capable of keeping account of the feara of the woi Id and Incompetent to make record its smiles Is It good to follow the funural but dumb at tile worlds play Can it control all the other eletmntwof our nature but the dramatic element My Idea of Christianity is that it can and will conquer everything In the good tlmo coming which the world calls the goldcr ago und the poet the elysiun ngc ami the Christian the millennium we ho positive announce ment that the amusement of the world are to be under Christian sway Holiness shall be upon the bells of the bones says one prophet So you see will control even the sleigh rides The city shall be full of boys nnd girls playing in th streets thereof says another prophet So you see It IIs to control the hoop rolling and the kite flying and the ball playing Now what we want is to hasten that time How will it be done IJy the church going over to the theater It will not go Iy the theater coming to the church It will not come What we want is n re formed amusement association In every city and town of the United States Once announced and explained nnd Il lustrated the Christian and philan thropic capitalist will come forward to establish it nnd there will bo public spirited men everywhere who will do this work for thc dramatic element of our natures Wo need a new Institution to meet and recognize and develop and defend the dramatic element of our nature It needs to bo distinct front everything that IB or has been I uonld Imvf tIlls reformed amuse ment association having in charge this new Institution of the spectacular take posBvBsion of some hall or academy It might take n smaller building at the start but it uoulti o6n need the larg est hull nnd ten that would not hold the people for lie who opons before the dramatic clement in human nature nn opportunity of gratification with out compromiseI and without danger docs tjie mightiest thing of tills cen tury and the tides of such an institu tion would rise as the Atlantic rises nt Liverpool docks There are tens of thousands of Christian homos whore the SOUK mid daughtersnre held back from dramatic entertainment for reasons which sorao of you would say nrc fjood rcnions nnil others would xny arc poor reasons hilt still held back Hilt on jo establish ment of such en Institution they would feel the arrest of their anxieties and would say on the establishment of this new Institution which I have called tin spectacular Thank God this Is what we have all been waiting for Cl Now ns I believe that I make sug gesticu of nn institution which wiser men will develop I want to give some characteristics of this new Institution this spectacular If It is Jo be a grand social nnd moral SUCCCMI In thc first pint its entertainments must be com pressed within nn hour and thrcc uar ters What kills sermons prayers nnd lectures ind entertainments of nil sorta is prolixity At a rensonnblc hour every nightt cv ry curtuin of public en tertainment ought to drpp uvory rchuttih ertiOe ought td CCFRC tie in striiRients of orchestra ought ta ba unstrung What comes more than thIs tonus too Into On the platform of thin new Institu tion there will be n drama which beI fore rendering hatbcen road exp rgilt ed abbreviated and passed upon by n Ixmrd of trustees connected with this reformed nmiinement nnxoolntlon If there be in a dnimn n sentence nitg getting evil It ill bo stricken out there be In n Shakespearean play word with two niotining ngood mean lug and a bud mauling another word1 will bo substituted nn honest word1 1Ilooking only oUt wny The caterers to public tnsto will iavc to lenrn thntI Shakespearean mAtliiean is uo bettor than Congrovean nastlnoMn You say Who will dare to change by expurga tion or abbreviation a Shakespearean play 1 dare The board of trustee of this reformed amusement associa tion will tin It Is no depreciation oiI n drama tilt abbreviation of it 1I would like to hear 10 or 40 I MgMi olI Miltons ParaOUc Loaf read at ono time but I auld bo very sorry tc hefir the whole book read at one alt ting Abbreviation i not depreciation OH the platform of thia new Institu tion thia spectacular under tilt are ojII the very beat men and women In tIle community there shall bo nothing wit neaaed tIt would be unfit for a Mr tor Any attitude any look any wordIluI that would offend you vented at mlt own fireride IIn your family elrele win be prohibited from that platform 11 what law of common one or of moral ity does that which Ila not fit to he new or heard by five people beeome fit tC- lit I l Men or H ard by UAOO Hopie Oa the platform of that Bpectaenlar nil the Meneft of tIt drama will1M 01 chaste aa was lra leeture by Kdwari Everett or a lit rftlOll by F W llobcrt ton On the platform ahull come 0111 such mon awl women as you would 1 welcome to your home I do not rank tho requisition that they bo profesavn i of religion There art profeaaorsof religion that I would not want In mj parlor or kltohrn or cortl cellar It II not what we profeaa Imt what we arr All who oonte en that platform of tbt speetacwlar will IH gentlemen and la dies in the ordinary acceptation of those term person whom yon wnW Invite to alt at yonr table and wli CHI would Introduce to your child and with whom you would not be w uromiaed If yon were aHa muata down Pennsylvania avenue or Ili oa4 way with themIIOn that platform there ihall W M 1 oaroncer no inebrlatV no eyprlan M co foe of rOod moral mnavuMne ar rII nine It ia often said we hare HO Hglrt critleiae the private moral of puMk entertainer Well do a yon pteoaf I with other institution on the plal form of thia Institution we abnll hawI only good men and lead women in tk ordinary aoelal aiM of good Jutt ai aa IJ4Htn an tho platform ef tt r toeular l laOJ and fnirty wtnoUal many a genius1 who hiUwrtn Han Jt IMetIHtf the dramatic element In nature became he could not filM fl I realm In whieh to exerciae it will nCif I er on t hp IJIorm and KIA la ol uraina their name known the ward OfvaOf s tlon of that expurgated drama ocn plod only by these purest of menftxl f women will draw to Itoelf mllllor1aolIf people who have novvr l een to Je ilo drama more than once or twice IK ttxir ttIhllIIsAll14mineno encore to bring UH baek At tlic Ifhginning of thnt clraUla or lIr Atqoct III cradle at the md of It will Mriuil 1 grave The frt net wylcorre ThqUt net farewell TIlt Intermediate 1Ir1t banquet and ha tic proceMaion lirflij nnd funcra songM and tear kiugbifr and gronnstIt was not original with Shkl Hpearo when he said All tho wgrWs n tARe nnd all the men and worwn mcrtily playom He got It froia t Iaul who 13 centuries before thitt kid written We are made1 a spettsrlc unto the workl and to angeb nM to plogtel the galleries full looking tlo ltHero we destroy a lion HorewegnH II pie with n gladiator When wo till den shout When we rise ntif t i sing A a retaelc lefore gallery IIIIItrgallery gallery aliove gallery Mtny j of our dejmrted kindrotl lock I nr dm M I to see If we are faithful and wort In of our Christum ancestry hoing for nr victory wanting to throw UK a jjurhtiO glorifled children and Mirrnt vith cheer on cheer urging liMon Jallenof the martyrs looking down the iiy I carp anti the Itldleysand the McKiiU and tIll Thrbaif IICOTt1I1111l rdownUI tIlt victory nnd He will give li jmi Gallery of angels J1hIethoir wings at every advantage w Ktff Gallery of the King from v hieh tli m nVl n fCUrrllJ lIandIII1t1lrom enthereny ing Ro thou faithful unto death nnd I will give thce 11Ohyou Ilure the uctond Oh the piled up galleries looking down Scene 110rocklll1fkings IIl gar clowns No sword No footJlJlhtHThoFr0rchcHtrn thtIjendI rlllJlplnEfflOOllKcurtain The Ilvavcna rolled together aJrn KOI oil ForII tragedy liThe noomor the IrofllwtcI Ol Ihl lad IICllIC 01 fhe fiflh apt In fhr Immp or IInllollfl DcrOK th hllILt1II I jlJitfhllIthumlei vVjJl ring and U curtain will Vi pj THE PRESIDENTS POLICY llliile r thr AiliulnUlrntlon Inl Unr x n- nn e Mr llenr IxMimU Nelson la HO well eoiiBclcntloua nnd1 own a careful journalist that lib iutorI i llijrtni i rtaiioiw ot tIp presidents Molmjl- f i imliry in the Sunday PostOlilMtoh- i I I I IMIIV pled a authoritative Mr ul wul alliCUlA illl tun1 4 hiHBii the iicdt way of getting hla I IH fore till country Tin presidents announcement IH tho- I i impiirtant jiolltlenl utternneu i I he tabllllllwnt or flllI gOYlnl I I nit eept KrhMi the emant iw I r iclamat on It Urevolutlouwry IhIicllIti bollevea Unit eoHfr w I iriiar Jlor Utlr Hawaii Porto I jjro Mini the PhlllpplHeft Thai i in Kovernlng the enloHleo nwr It i lIut restrained b any eon iiuiiniiiil limitation It U alHHilHtt furl 1111 mngrrss may refuse to atir tnt Porto RKHI Hawaii fittintII ml f the Amertean rlticen who IfNIjj t o ir cnlonies the right of jury rid th right of free peecli tlHt iCit lMar arm the right of peaco I s iiiMage and of JMt I Tin irri identk tloeIh riiiili of legal Inquiry They are the prwluct of par i nn ii r Mty Our new pusseiislonii must UOi lie rrnuiied to Injure nny of our MTU ret it iinterest a- Ttiik ihirtrine though revolutionary ii nrw or t range lite Illotnau re- lilie romurre l foreign pooplea MMd urnrd them for the benefit of Itoiive- m l JllftJtOMll1Iin I iple of Porto Itieo Hawaii and filipinos wltkout refertaMW to tkI lf re but iirlmnrllr for tWeomniee rill henellt of AuHTieoBM an4 In ontar- i n luTorapllsh thi be nmpaMM t ro- piidlate rver irlHcl te of Amurtonn icy and give the Ilie to ewrjr Amorl- ea r prlnHnle What will the people of tkw soOHtry lIa to thI I ouls PMtDfefMteh FARMERS AND TRUSTS The l ne That Jto l tNtnnern th- Iriitlueer IIr llnr ee racnrlna Thai the trusts dlrtwttjr onVrt tnr of the country particularly hr farr IU so plain toot a Mind HMO n pert e It This la Ike way Judge iurve U IIleeuMui uf Indiana n U h The famtem of this eounirr are Ike who re moot and mnrcdtrecIlnpU than nj otkrr pruportlnoi of rlvrtot1 The fsnoer isaffe edas Berducrr l a a cooavoarr lie goes to bed at- nl wltli luHaai about M fnlloojit OS ows i tOf1MUiko per hondNdt fewk vftoo oof Inrsi nslht two dollnrs pee huodred owl well plfk II eeut IM r foot lie awakes In the morning with price about n follow Wheat Ai cent oiirn OT pork 42J barb wtje Bve loiters nails four dol1arlIpiM 11 tIHi Ihouse has not been burglarised but he haw boru robbed1 by trust whkh are a multiple of thieves br robbers HI i her is something lit nnp about the report of pitces If the trice of wheat goon d wn It travel by tele ph If the price goes up the reHrt goes hiy ennal hut tho farmer regnrd leiwof put alHIIatlon If proH rly wlI tlCI att to the effect of trust nw hln w1l1111lr p siWcto return till legislature and congress a mn jarlty of representatives who will 1m and patriotic enough tel enaet laws thnt will control the trusts and wo will bo safe In leaving the manner of control and regulation of trusts In tho bonds of Hiieh chosen representative OnlyI tho blind can fall to rooIUtc what tIll rool laftiie now hi whether tho and corporations houhl rule the gnvernuioiit or the government regulate and control trust and corporations SlrlClulr nml llniMiln On Lincoln day 1WO William MoI Klnioy acHl the following eoHgratii Mtory dUjwlck to the Chicago Ini lCrlnllalJ suweedlng yonr our eltiaena kflvo Been wltk clear lslon how great 8 UneoUia eoHtribulion to the r ea which make for the welfare Ml H rp tulty of tho nation and ev iKH5Bion which commemorate his Ife ia an Incentive to jiotriotle serv ice Accept my beat wishr for n most successful nnd ins lring meet ing tills otcHlngWlhlIAM I 1 11IfXL Y- In 186C just after the olvll war AbrahHHi Unooln uttered tho fallow log prophooy which IIs lioing fulflllod liy William MrKlnley nnd hla Im followers I ace In he nwir future n orisiH arising that unnorvos mo and oauiiw me to Itromblo for the snfoty of my country As a result of the war cor hnvo been enthroned nnd nn urn of corruption In high plncum will follow n nil tho money power will continuo to swny by appealing to tho of tho people until nil Is aggregated Illn few hands nnd the republic destroyed I fool anxious for tho snfoty of my country tlmn ever before ten In the midst of the war It IIs to bo remnrkod by tho wny that tho republicans thefo days with their subsidy Meal schcrio with their proposition to tax Porto Uloo without reprpKontntlon nnd to erect a tariff be tween that Island nnd tilt rest of tho country with their plan to admit the unsavory Quay Into tho senate in vio of tile precedents of n century with their cowardly sop to bimetallism tho financial bill nnd with thflrucg to tako nny position on the trust question are making lots of capital for tb democrats IndlunnpoIIs Vows flad PHILANTHROPY MISDIRECTED tttrnlneil nnil Urviilutlonnrr Inter pretation of Ilir Antrrlriiii CiuiRlllutlnn The nation lit flooded with n dolugo Of moral ailvluo from till pulpit the uendumy nml the writing Itch of re former ltve ryliody holding n unlnried olHpe nnil pOMMOMlng UH liittatfiire of liny kind from it policeman up to tho president IH wrentud with advised and ITHIIIIIHKI wJli large IMIM of duty to moral fttlhixvmon heotheticHtsdugM mill horeoti tIt but nil of It l useless u waste of breiUli JHW muscle mntl gi n oral1 physical energy What boots nil thift moral Mild philanthropic overflow of cranky oniplrieUiu or may Ill well dl rooted nml hoHMt olTwrt to nlmte hu IIIHII Illn and lift IIMII uut of III willI low MS ipHMii nays the 8priiigflt il IItopuhllenn Hthut I y wait A Mutt fa vored free trade with Port Iltou would hit protest Hgnlnat tilt Itjvolley Vall HHyUllHg Tke1 lHdepe d Hl moat godly HIM Uenovolenl of militant imptrianaU pronounce Ike proposed lorto ItlrwH tortff u wicked tki tg but wk4 dn a the IndopoiMlpMt ooMxiot to HOW that the reol power beHlnd Jte tkron of empire IItoa spoken IIn ton tNt mod a whole goteniBfteiit retrace Its omirt Mk tome t01 pulled by a atrtas In all this hc omotrv is witnessing remarkable ilMUskiy of the grip wk k tko ovsrwkelottoig power of trod In terest of M J kos upon the Imiied Mutes goverooMNBl There b nothing apparcntl wktek II eoooot tau akort of eotftbiioklog MB kswditari woo oreky poo the ruin of the old repnb Ne PhtkMtkropr could ne et koe compelled th dtserlMlnotlon between llawoil NHd Iarto Xlea MIT have famed the admloistratloti pert to set MO A trained and n tolutlowarj Interprets tbM of the scope of the AMerleaa coo Btitutioo llu tks s 4lleotca e ta RAMPANT IMPERIALISM Ilnv the ilnilnl lrnllnn ImpMr- In Desl with the Milllitlne- AntinUltlnno I pr scuts he CkaHes Hcorjr Uros I vvoor of Ohio U tne IpresioVnts pnrUrulor friend to rinse lo him In I IfIMot iltal ow la Ur MKInieys uiaoUi This 1+ Iko wn Mr Imstenor I tkrours ovrr hosed taw proftle of IM I InMed His lev n of no account in tke imperial policy li vfmfceln tkr kouso and It Is fair to soy tkol he was wjr- r trfrIMI orr MTUilo- decisloo kjr Ik supreme Our agulnsl Ike prvsldoola noltey- MWc knvr lOt tke Philippine on our kands sold kr Mond I will tell you wluit we skoll toll tke people of tkla country We will soy we Have nrojoirxl title 10 tke PVIIppos aod IonoKtco Ws dU not go ntlvr UMNB kot tkey tkBlf W have grt tWm Ml Us sutr In UHOO us and we nro tjoius to lobe oar of tkem We are going le moke nil tke money out of Ik transaction we coo by en 01IoanrI the doctrines of tke Decoration of In dcpeodettvc uram tke slAtutc book of the Philippine joot as quick as we think tke tint IMS cootc la do ll and we are not going to do Ill ooe minute1 before If all tke detoocrats on Mods earth go kowtlug that we kavr got to fo It now WkcH lloprpkentntlve Neville of Nc hnNlJa naked If tk rvnobUeon party exxeteil to embalm the IiHpinon along with the Deelarntlon of Indo l oniloneo In the hlllpiinc Mr Oronvtmnr IIMTOHIO M mail ho had lo sit down PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS It wns futhlMg Himllur tounr trentwunt of 1orto Itloo tbnt l101l to a ton N rty In faton agrent many year ApltoelKullltraklIr rinelplc In to be preserved why not kfvy a IILtIIs toriiT OH Hawaiian product Just for an objoct lesson Indianapolis News Mr Haiinn d eoHt know what to make of the fwan till rtuulleuHs are kicking up over Porto Illen And In Mint of fact ho doottiit care one way t ktIttill senatt In lino Atlanta Constitu 11011 Ilotweon hl8 froetrade Porto i IHcan mcsMge to eongross and hlscoiiII fldcntlnl prewurv on Hgnssmen to I make them vote1 for n Porto Mean tar 1111 tax President McKlnley staiiiis In sorry light before the lwoIJllSI Louis Republic Trusts Imperialism militarism national Imnk notoH Insload of tho iniiiioy of till ooiiMtltution gold nml sil ver these nrc lilt IBHIIOS bolng protiont od to tho country by tho ropubllcnn party Democracy IIs ready to moot them and to boat thnm Mammon won tho last tlmo hut It will not bo no tIIK y ItI to do so again Kansas City Times When ndminlstration organs come forward cotirngoounly to toll us thnt the wnr Iis over they probably moan thnt It ix over in tho Philippines It hna been oer there ever since Mo I SpulnhlltIPost Tho national administration claims It hiiH not surrendered to Groat- llrltiiln hilt there are several thliirg- thnt look as though It hail Orient I llritnin dietntos our flnnuolnl policy She dlctntoH our colonial policy She opens tho mail of some of our consuls She will not nllow us to fortify our Nicaragua canal nnd the administra lion ngreos to It There Isnt much I toll to surrender hilt the lovely BrIt Isli ndminUtratlon ut Wnnhliigton will no doubt hasten to surrender every I i thing it cnnjind tliqtlin not bncn wr Qntlbr I011Ih Io jo Jtt THE PLACE FOR A POOR MArl Alnniedii N W T Cnnudn neo ndIWO Mr It Diivlos Cinaillun Uovtrnniont Agent St Paul lInn Dear Sir As I proiuUed you nlfBitt twiyenrs ago that lit Mun future tlnui 1 would lot you know who I thought of Western Canada ttd thecliHncaiof it poor man insklng a ttart nnd stipjiort lilt n family at sumo thuCotu will wrtio n few faeln coneernlng my own exloIrlence tho 1lIt II month and what 1 have done nny ablolHMlled man unit do provided ho will work I loft Tmvorac uuuntrr Mnroh Mill law landed In Alameda at noon tho SlNt with XSs In my pfioket 1 ntraiitfr niHl among utrnngor HHd when my family enme In O u 1S03 my wife had nearlyI 10 or bsrnly moHgli to jwy freight enl stovo ewiugHUi chine and ctetkea and bod I of tiMiieod work March Mlh nisi n HI lie eii try for hoHteateail Mine day thu IHUII I started work for loonlug me Sift to pay CMtraiico fee Ad 1 IMTC cariteil or at least receivedI S47RIO in tvsgr xliMt then aod1 nave been hililt lent J month wf tke tt sine I cans Thu hamesiead I Ions hail 13 seres Itroktt by a fomncr occupant 1 psll JU In ka r It rrplnwed Iin July W and tkw seed wheat for It cost MM f M I htIt to s neighbor for tl IIn elcvat r elcur of all ekpeose cacepl Iks se d an l thin fall I received 170 I o for my part of the croHsosTof Ike 12 seres so mj toiit receipt tke post n MMoiks ha been lo nod wjr e peuM besides Hvhttf for self nod family ks keen s fol lows t KMtrane fee C oo kHoy W- foriunrcllaiMtu f ti on- Kumoirr following ttscr soixl lived for BMMC II S5 Cost of kousc besido my own labor nu some TS Mi- Sn acres of break lug und double discing an oir MOO iii 111 My 1flf of wkcst 7010 Net exprnsr ou bouiestooil HIM mi We toonMf ou our luMonMesd iily I th IMBI kavc U acrro M good SNNN for crops M loon My wife join with me In sending best wUks tw yow nd yotir You It traa tn ftJ wbo pays a big rent to grt a fsrm Mmrbody else IsinlJ1 or work for wagr to suppart a fatoily tksl I hutft 1 MroMslly tried bntlt in MinoMoU uml tried bard lo mske a Ofom of H hut found to my sorrow that after work me kord a poor llrlng was all J cauht gtout f IH awd nftcr nearly 3 year if Wsstcra Canadian life 1 will any thtit I HMI rry Ibooliful to you for kella1me to dtcldp lo try It hi Cousds Vonrs rrsparif oily W II JUNICXD- BRBLttOATffl TUB HASH 0i4 TI Idl 0101 wlttIOnilnnulil f the O- u tdrIn eerttis bar4iB1 bos waste variety WM set Ike spir of luV sad whri I w ts froourst sa ocurrrs thai it nall hr bsra advtrrtisMl far if U k4 mme np uusMOit e4 stt hsts wbs w e btrtis wMa eakJ worki snd a tslur I oalsor HIM prrpHusi I ksik aryw msostonoM sad tke ksy aVtsruuneiTw banish M fnun tke table by fair MM tIC iaffly wbeo lkr W tot tINt donor bI nssnitka Buaosra rsost Mrred op at ksio til ftrsi hl OMiie s km baw aad ssk Yky icosd MorsW xU I tkmk Ivs uMt alleel1II kssd MOHrofuttf os l eJ TIIe Wit MM il of Mr IJM Altitl tkr tfsini the pmitt M M 1 raIIHUo a et a H frC Rd 1f1 the fourth Ysi rla r tkaa a kr tkr HHnHhfifth The victim sf torrikle Rfiadl Miked Uie itxtk a Iwy look tksir fuses it Mitt TVs Isudskiy ware a kaugair tisirTpKn wkty nw a air but hseh Ha ItA jnar Iteen seen in tb 4r miihtv MtrapM 841lu Hit Mlcilnsr rnmmnnnnient The brilliant yoasc pro ktr wfsa lie make hie parorhi eaH vauMvevt in uultivat an ar Maistaac with u tin velopniest of tb ou uer Miai DIM after a toll keepiBic talt Ut a lib 5IIylohool1 leachvrp- TTas other aftrraosn white b nt wtt tIbKr In u drswiacrosui tal a beautiful ciavenue raxienr lar tha astoywl1 awiatiir- te of ICIai HMIHRM he wall 0nler t1by tke little 4 sUr arwlt Tllidsw IIJlr MOOS hM IUp he bMss revietv or Lite rhHrrh 1 lesson that kid beea Riven la s Lttlt msid of five Can you tell m ICItit haw many etm PMadmcnl tINartVe air tem sr eitit- Oh no War IIaft ten HYN I know theN u xlI 18 k hut I beam pp4 tell HMmm yr Urdjr tkat you Idt you Low Detroit Fr PraM The Knvnare Dnoltelnr- If you hid bea at the llrawm eokien wrddiaa eeleliration latt night MW dirt Sweet YOUIIK 1ITwnft you ivoiiki kav siI tercd your viewj mt mitriinony SSfInuheJorI there mtilil not lie Mirh n p wwtm rairtl ovor a o ut le tbnt have m iingf l to rniluri i t j i 1011tttn Went lo Sleep QnlcKly The mother ofa little thre ycar old hail been away from home overnight and on her return aikcd tplutOh die replied tujva twied to ilng to me like ou don an I ilu went to uleep weal hmaliJnl1ulrtrA Perfect Mini birdItI Purchaser Polly wont a cruckBr YIrHiirninltyn dfiire for rrvcngc IN Hint tratcd in mnUng the coat a butt of ridicule Chioajto Difpnloh SemI men nuarrel ro much thAt after tnJoyitWlllhllllIon lDjint judsa a nun pro tu tt by his prw Uenttpni Uhago Ditpatch r I I O iii ii x i NOTES FROM WASHINGTON Ileum of lnlrreutun Important IiI aueii for Uenulrrnllc lleuilera The wnrjc worheru all over 111 country nre wntohhitf with fjreit In tercut the invcMtlftntlon by LOlgrtfIH of the Iilnho mining troubles It willIP bo iriiuinbcrrd tint lunt uprliif u uilno win blown up hoar ISnrdne- null the vho1u Couer UAlnnc dlstrlo- has been under Inertial lnv glnco that time The st MiBlble rraeoii for tho proclaiming of nmrilal law wns that thero wns n tntr of Iiimirroctlein nnd tho civil nuthnriiictj wore utmblu to enforce tho Inw Thu Invotjllgntlun IU boliig conil not ed by tho hqtiHc commlttou on military ulTuIr of which Iteprctwntatlvcti Hull and Dick nro imnibere IteprcHcntatlvc Lvntx who ofTired tho rcBoIutlon nnllondueting lU the ease of the eon plalnantH and under coniddornblc dint culty owing to the desire of the re jinlillrnti majority of tho commuteI that tho rral fncU Hhnll not hr brought out KoprePiitntiri Killor Jett und lUy neein to ngrle with Ito rolllnth Luntr thnt the n n onHi bllity for the outrage of the bull pen khotild lx placed where It bolonjju This U one of the ccum vherc the now+ Aamer reports of what has Imp I booed Ins Idnho really full fur hurl of the facts To cnerlbu the Innttixomc condltlonN of tho bull pen ntb tinutol would he difficult A few of the fuoU that are clearly established may be noted It linn been proved beyondI qiiPNtlan tint no ntntn of limurrratlnu rxlNttuI which just lled a doclanitlon of martial law There toll been a rmlMtanoo to civil authority Hen Merrlam and his colored troop wlwsl hundred of men In no WRY connected with the binning up of the mines anti confined them in the bit I icn for month The guilty purlieu worn permute- to caapo and the nrocltlc erpc trnlwl by the mlliUry nuthorltlea rant to have Lad another object on Urrly Tho real ronmin why mnrtlal Inw wtw ilaotarwl mid tin right of thI citizen of Idaho no taken away may not trntMplrc In the tones nf till litveollgtitlen lint tho cxpriMiHcm of the hall pun wlw ar pining IwMl luoHy before the e ntcrioIt141lflml inltteo do not titillate In oily thAI they bllve that the ftUtndHrd 01- 1IMt1N I control the Caner dAlcno mlnoH sa41 tlMl tltfllf iHtenwlM drainrlI to BO tWTOrti tiN iHinvn MMI andI for all that lky would near dare IIn rebelI ftgiilnal ear soft nf nrr ltwlti that might be enforcedI upon tkrui The w ct worker thrnuirlHHit the country hayl their rcprwMnlatlw at tIN MMiri jr and they ueHnr that lhr la DM moat tiaHfcrnu lHfriHffrnH of Ute Mtwrtlr of Uw Aawrtraa work IIMH U at has lutpfHrtwd aWl I be 1 IL agls ea heret ft lJMnIrran tf 1 tiMfor martial law IH litoli air MM itbuktHl kj lids ailmlniatrallnH wmrk incn i sptt to site n rf11f Ii UGH of I twin IhirwWrm When roriRrcw wiiivcrud the repel liraaaI talked with eoftnMprable aaawr aleea about n ratmtlal department HHwrnmenl It eeas InUntftivd that coMfrvM would hrep II hand prvlty welt rig lit Insular aequlrrnipnla nwlj that ImMral McKioky wouldI Iin Ktltotd his eidunittl leKirlwenl to corny out lite Imperial rIlnlll y when II be got ready A change bas como over the eslrt nf time dream One factor had been overlooked In the pro gramme The aUmlnltratton forced forgot that there eau n HiMlbilltvL that tho people of the onuntry would dimiand a mice in the mid tltment of mi ImiKtrtaHt n piraiton Well the people hue been hear front The republican In Washington nro looking at each other In eonster lint Inn ami wapdcrinff what will hap pen to them wktn they get homo rho Porto Itiean tariff bill did itt And the attempt to placate the entt1 mont by lettlmj President MrKlnley have SSJKIflQM to upend for Iorlo Itlco only made the matter worse Wniliington hi uiiinlly n lend con ter ground which the potltlcnl storm of the country revolve nod leave us n I ponce hlIiOhl u republican eon groMtnnn who voted reliielnnlly for the Porto lllcnn tariff It III differ ent this time I am tdmply dehigc- lvlth letters from influentiall republic nun of mv district nbiiklnp me for having voted for Hie bill unit promis ing to remember It at the polls this fall This eontfre mmi only voices the experience of lilt colleagues The see nto to living bombardetl with letter of the anon tort Time people of the country demnnd tint they be consult ed IIf time constitution is to he Itl aside The republlenn have Itried to keep the constitutionalI principle involved out of hjht as for nf possible but IitI comes TO lime front nod dwnrf every couxldcmtton of expediency which has been urged The northwestern slates especially nre clamoring for free Irndc fur their flour dud whenI and niklil what their representatives nt Wash ington mcnn by prating about the open door with China and then put llnp up a tariff around cur own pos CRslnns The republicans roust face the re nponnlbllily of declaring a policy for the Insular possessions The plitl phllans thropy giving vfrange people r bcnellfs or Ml ccdom mutt W de limed In Htntute law The repubftoRii sadly admit that the Iorto Illcdn tariff IIn only H he be ginning of trouble Time Philippines present nn appalling problem Aguin nldo nnd his followers hare not been stibjeigatedelen Otis has stopper seing reporl which enusea lIIueh- ul1Clldneu The New Eojflond states I 1 are clamoring to know how much longer our soldiers aro to bo sacrificed In that tropical climate and what tho sacrifice Is for thoughtthepronlesing field are beginning to think that they dont want them If tholr possco filon ia to menu tree trmlo anti tho breaking down of the protective tariff StatesrworldtThe democrats are not Ho lnguJ told you so to their republican brethren as often as they might lint they havo from the Unit qiwtloncd tho desirability of Imperial expansion nnd they now midst that the constltn tlon must go where the flag goes The industrial commission locks the prefix republican but the democrats any that it should be so labeled In order thnt the country may not be misled an to the character of its re ports It has sent its report on trusts to congress Senator Kyle want 100000 copies printed for this trlbutlon throughout the country Senator Tcttlgrcw proposes to show that the testimony of witnesses has been edited and thnt the commis sloe linn become merely nn adjunct of the republican campaign committee The diameter of the report bears out the contention that time commission In very wary of expressing tiny views oboist trtistM which might embarrass 011ytnifttfit very deftly to appear ns a beneficent combination for cheapening production ABBlnat ImpvrlnlUm houseohave undertaken to impose upon trade between Iorlo Rico nnd the United Stoles 15 per cent of the regular sched tiloN of the Dlngley tariff and all the countryIund of nil Mindcs of political opinion proli1ably never In opposl lion to any legislation since the re construction period Now what does tide nienn Ioen It mean that the peo ple tire IndltTervnt to the rights nnd In tcrml of their now posecs lona 1 Does It mourn that Imperialism which sig nltles Ithe exploiting of n people that has oomo under our uuthority U to lw Indomrd ur supported by the pro pie nf this riMintryf Not by n long shot On the contrary It Is conclusive uvldcncc Hint iiiiptrlnll ni In Impos Bible and more olcnrly than ever n Imgry set Hp to seurr HntM jjeopleby verlalN political leaders who have no bailer aisles IIJKHI time iiiiloraenicnt of tlit pwUllu IIt In IIIrlal vf evidence Hint it wciuUI lie fatal to time ibanccsof any political party to attempt to iilll II or employ the p oplt of time new trrrl lories for the benefit of any niitn bee of people or any cwt of Interrst in Ibis country It lIs eoHelu in evidence I hut whatever imrty republican or tvittnvratla lius eouirol of tMtHgrcos or Hf Uio oxmntlvo pnivvr iniwt use Hi prier g Hr roMly lastly and wisely with rsMtfl lo tiling rMNMeaalons over tvlitrh our national aulliority has re extowdcd311uncgpollsInurnnlI MclClnlrra 1lllnlilr IllRlil ofNo ells can read time pnaw reports of the proeeirtntr of the republleon conference nt Vahlngton on the Hub fret of time proposed Porto Illco tariff without a arose of pity Rarely has so alijrvl a upeetaele been precntMl by n National udminiiitration as that which tax just IKUMI witnessed And If there bt one feature of time strange occasion morn worthy of contempt than another it IIs that furnished by 1reildent McKinley The shifty evasive ln ip care and Indecisive eharncter of the man Is there revealed How complete a tool must such n man be In time whirdrill but publicly nvow tide ownership of him rakinG n stand at the outset which won tin public approval sad among ninny evoked admiration hie appearance before that conference IU that of n political oownrd who feels that he IU unworthy of trust by his friends or of serious hostility by hit oppoltenlsSim Paul Globe II Will Inure Drfmt Thus was a grievous blunder com mitted How grievous nod fraught with rifer possibilities not only to the republican party but to the country presidentdI realize now that the tariff section it time Porto Rico bill has aroused ni storm throughout the country that will not down If congress und time president persist In their present course nothing can save the republic nn party from defeat next November It will surely cast them the house of rrprcrnUmtlcrsI and It rimy cost them Ithe presidency Chicago TimesHer Rid While imperialism trust aggres stun and n violation of the consti tution will chose n large and re intertable segment of the repub flours organization to refrain from supporting the dominant faction andhMeKinley there a no likelihood whatever of KchlHin or division in the demo erotic ranks While the democrats whr wandered away are coming back1 t here IU no dlmluution of the allied force of populists and silver republicans This is n democratic year Kunuia City Times Tic brazen attitude of the pro tecfed Interests toward the Porto Jlicnr llhiiJhitwuilan Lillslndiunlceucnailis regard even contempt for the publics opinion or welfare that n strong reac lion Iis sacs to follow They may feet that by keeping time republican party under financial obligations to them they tau safely defy the people nt large licit the republicans may throw oft this obligation or If they dont the people may throw them out of power JudJunapollK Press WHY AMERICANS WIN When Ther Climbu Ladder Tliey Dont Ilninlre Anyone to Hold It One of the many nopt n Thy American eornpctI g manufacturers are 10 iucc in foreign markets is to he found in the following episode which occurred recently An American manufacturer of team ipe dallies Will viiiting on English firm wb oh made imila goods A certain article which both firms made Will under discussion What is your price on this timing asked the American repiietimed Ill deliver at your door all you want lit seven dollars apiece said the American How in the world do you do it Well Ill iilustrate answered the Amer leanLook out of that window and AlrOsa the street See that mail painting a lisa Vei Hes on a ladder Imt bet Yci USee that other man sitting on the tide walk holding the foot of the ladder Vcs Now in America we have ladders that stand un by themielve don t need a man to hold em So you see in this instance we divide your cost of labor exactly by two I tee remarked the Englishman Eta trical Review yYety tae for Wireless Telecrnphr Wireless has had n new demonstration for usefulness by the captain of a lI who used it after ordinary ttgnalf had fumed to notify the ihore authorities ol danger In a like manner Hoitettcra fctom self Bitters the famous dyipep la cure acts when nil other medicines fail Itt luperior fly iIt quickly felt in the renewal of strength It rcRuIatei the bowels improves the appe site and cures indigestion Try it 4 Shorthand Talk peopleThe ing volubly and at length in hik native tongue to lawyerWhileap nag wit en lercJtdeuartroom and stood Uitening for a minute to the witneaa answers Then he remarked drily Say wbata he doing Ulkiiig tbortLandt Detroit Free Prcti STATE or Omo CITY or TOLEDO I I LUCAS tnNTt Prank J Cheney make oath that he Iis the senior partner of tilt firm of F J Cheney k Co doing business in the city of Toledo CoulltY and State aforll41darod that amJ firm will toy the sum of One Hundred Do tars for each and every cue of catarrh that cannot be cured by time use of HIIIIII Catarrb- Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and nboribed in my UIlrEoSealI Notary Public lfalll Catarrh Cure iIe taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous cur feces of the system Send for testimonial tree F J OlIBNEY tti CO Toledo O Sold bv druggists 76c Halls Family PilU are the best 0 Ton Great a Strain- MtRgtnalnor Wipwag has gone insan- eituegfssYorf dog t mean it I Ye he started to emlrulnte how much alimony Solomon would have to pay if he lad lived in ChicgoPhiladelpaa steer erd Y Tin Gen lit turn Font Etle Fnnn Write hMirty to Allen 8 Olm Usl L Toy S Y for a MIKE wimple of Altons Foot KaMui owdcr to slmkn into your blx ca It cures cbllblaias sweaiiair damp swollen acting fast It make New or tight shoes ujr A Mrtaln cfer Corns ajid Uun loua All JrUllUlltl 18 JIII kofl It Sx There are tame womtn who always use the same kind of judgment ia allowir a poor steak to tM puMd off on them that t ney l2erri1l years ago in selecting a husband Atosea Globe This IIs one of the little thinpn that count as It leeturer in the dime museum remarked ia Introducing the tnatherafctira Infant prodjyTows Topics To Cure n Cold In One Uny Take laxative Ilrtimo Qulnlno Tablets All druggie tarefuutlnionoy If It falls to cute 2x There should be Mttle or no pity for the man who has deliberately got rich knowing all the time that gonewife bad lOci aspiration Detroit Journal FADELESSDYESand colors them better too Sold by all druggists Dont give up a bill for lost Tbe fellow JOocWuhingtotl Cure your couch with Hates Honey of Ilorchound and Tar Pake s Toothache Drop Cure in one minute When a man has A day to himt elf he cant recall any of the things he longed to Jo when he was buiy Atohiton Globe r For VThoeping Cough Pisos Cure is a tnccccsful remedy MI P Dieter 67 TLrooti Ave Uroolilyn N Y Nov 14 04 MAIlKUr UinOHT Cincinnati March 10 Iw 8 JOCK Cattle oomn SCO fM IS Select Ixilchers 4S M 7- 5CALVI48extra 0675- bi WooOett iiMCKurn 10 v iJ Mix ixl suckers I 00 tf 610 Light foipiHirH 4 Tt W- SlltClLyhoee Ii ff t- UiAMRSltxtrtt V Iii KLUuittiiirutK patent 370 W- tNllifeetNn 2 red f 7kNo 3 jJ torn No S mixedLKvatNo t mixed tj Ii 2 111 HAY uiee timothy 1360 IUs1iiOVISIONSJH perk 11 7 InN tf 686 UUTTKRVhoIco dairy Choice urunmery 11ISAPPLRSClKileo to nncy 3 rOTATOESl brl 1 CIIICAQO- FLOtH Vlnti r rattetit 3 40 R 3 M OH AIN Wheat Nu J red O OS redCornNo IK Iti M 4 HtNO 2 ti CO POUKM9M 10 SO ill 45 LAHU Steam SIC t010 NEW YORK FLOUU Winter iMitunt 3 65 jI 00 UKA Wheat No ared Ifi so 444OatsNoRIo 11tiL t W m- aYO1Moa AKOmonm I w Ir G 42- 1JJALTISlOnE FLOUR Family 3 m i1 3 M UItAINheat No I red K amid Sou thorn C8 tY 75 CornNo S mlxetlI 4tH i 4ic 231HyoCATYLE Klrat quality 475 61i U- HOaSWestern SCO O 6 CO INDIANAPOLIS 5CornNo 3c 7H Outs No 2 mIxed tT 2i LOUISVILL- EFLOUnWlntorflpntcnt 425 l4 60 UHAIWhentNo 2 red to 73 40liOatMixedrOHKMcaa Ull 0- 0LAIU1IUeam 6 76 The Chief Justice of Samoa Says Peruna is The Very Best Catarrh Cure 1L 1 vmmJ Conrt Room Scene where Judge Chambers maintained tile supremacy of the United States In Samoa lrtt rtcent Utter to The Pcnsn Medicine Co Chief Justice Chambers says the following of Peruna 44 I have fried one bottle of Peruna and I can truthfully say it is one of the Best tonics I ever used and I take pleasure in recommending it to all sufferers who are in need ofa good medicine I can recommend it as one of the very best remedies t forb catarrh W L Chambers To California QnlcUIr and Comfort llablyi Vi Chicago Union Pacific and North WlItem Line The Overland Limited laethmeago daily 0301 31 arrives San Fmcuco the afternoon of third day and Lot Angeles next morning No change of ooh oAll meals in dining trop Buffet sracing and librar cars with barber Inc bPI ofleerythini The Pacific Expmss l t Chicago daily 1030 P 31 witb brat clwarid through tourist sleepers to Caluor iiu Personally conducted excursions every lharsdal All agents sell tickets via tncap eti North Western U y For fuii in ffrtnflon and illustrated pamphlet apply to W BJKniikern 2 Fifth eve Chicago 111 A Prubnhle HriultJ- UbitWlmt will be the result of thee Ruses editors and preacher changing pllfttf Te1lltThe people will put pumpkin in fiPdONAatnoon low rate Homo seekers Hxcnnton- Thl Missouri Paeifte Railway and Iroq I oreatI T La tn sale March Oth and 3Othlpril 3d d 17th It very low rates Maps UO err tSme tards a illustrated pamphlet on tin yarjleiis states moiled free on application 1 tblL C Townsend 01 T ASt Louis e beirt diplomat iis too sharp to be cut tfa Chicago Dispatch i ALABASTINEI addurable and coatiscett and boas made ready for ce by mixing with cohi water It is a cement that goes through n pro IVM of ecttioc hardens with ago and can be coitexi and reroaUU without Ttarhitifr oil its old coats before renewinif 111001100 Is rondo In whito and fourteen beautiful tints It ia put up In firepound pnclcuce in dry form with complete directions on overt packageShould ShouldALABASTINEI omlnMa It Is entirely different from all tho rarlous kalsorainos on tho market bring dun able and not stock on time wall with ulno Alabnstjno cnMoincn tboulil arold RVtunc cheap kaliomlnM uudrr different names br iatliting on having the goods in parkapca properly Inbolrd 17uy should afoot all im ALABASTINE IJwent rnneh sickness pnrtlculurlr throat lUnlluuffdllUcultles attributable tonnsanitary i rceommentrliuturns which paper strongly condemned utltomlne Alabaniue ran bo need on either plastered walU woo1 celling brick orcanvns aid any one can brush it on It ndyilu of radl cilehangea from wall paper decoration thus 4arin At roanonnblo expenM tho latest and Mleffecla th- o1ABASTINEI COMPANY of GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN from whom all special Information can bo ob talaed Write for instructive nnd Interest tnj booklet mailed free to all applicants 4 r1c B Goldlhwalte Druggist Troy Ala wrote February 28 1893 f f FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS III would not take 50000 for tb good 1 Palms Lotion has done my son who had been lu care eta physician for 15 mouths Lotion Soap Prevents andasslsls In curing sore eyes and sore eyelids At drujjjbli only W L DOUGLAS S3 w 350 SHOES MAD compuecsWithv r indorsed by over x 1000000 n curer fR 11 LOougl1I I stamped on bottom Take nt lubititute claimed to be as good Your dealer should berIhemIfnot we on receipt ol priceI and 150 cmerffli W2lYllUS W L OOUGLAE SHOE CO Brockton Mist m- Dr P best remedy for a BullsTbe and adult Cures at once coughs Cou h colds croup whooping rpPIJbroDchhTop Snap FISHTACKLE tnpltoto roare Ktan wrrtiiiCUKII nauu tut avuDouble GllNS alw rwaWMUrtltb Qtt POWELL II ClEMENT CO litiir ClUaIlILrUl1U1TI av7 J DROPSY ItEw nsroYllnr gives qulet nllfand cure worst raxi JUxikof tndmostalaudl 111 dn a Irratmenl r ts ir H M UItKNe buns rue iI AtlaniaUa eaisatReasonabIeiMcesPn t Route to e sl for J50 at order long to you only have to for what order The Cotton Belt offer yon the and route to T IM nco ear or fetrr Both day and nleht train sreegblppedwltheomfortabloconebes and free ReeIlDlncC a1r Can QlfItL will tell you what your ticket will cost and what tmin totsko toinaketbo best tlme and connections We wilt also send you an Inureatlni UuU booklet A Tiaa t ePftUEIJ JLBe = HCAMlTJ Teu rLHinTrJUCteeliMtlOU CU55T101TPLthlttuxltTaa E W 0 P and T A St Louis Mo II I T I H S M r S SnIutIUrmlEA- RED tlMlMOTT Itn JlcMllf la ar I oJ BIO FOCU OATS it pet acn aa4 pas CORNh I SIILTZ Ybpwact Oratltltird W Iy fjo4lkUlUr rik turil BAIMCV nrAUDLMR jirvii iib Ima xr I411IaU- UAPC S5e A TON Gin rkk craa real br att- 4bnraiNpfuyta 1115- 1a4L W MURlMI at l- bS4ud la U 0 8- BUOMU8 INEUML8 Omtul sua rarth Ul M prt tlIAedeatrttbw-0wr wutsaa IN TIIClIIIIinN DOLLAR rxal li W BMII talkrtf f pct uw M rartii aa4 ashen Pia VNUIIII alr rick Large irw r r tetmttn w4 Farm Brti la 1M y rid- VEGETABLE SEEDS Lmrtrab ekis mill la U 8 0 tnS 4mg Ik Erirtkli warruud I rrw as pip urn IW1 npu SUiol I FOR loo STAMPS nil thU atlee t wall itri fttt ruu5 mt it pig r01 Nxtlikx C4Uk atoa 60 pastas lal JOMNASALZERSEED CO LACROSSE WIS Irfat I QS i 5 Da lcee6 A cahw n Uroadeut Hoed Bower is economical In uilica rapid Sow4 lo 8 uric an hour JJ and a W arty loudof aet4 lat a IIIUllllo Cahoon Broadcast Send Sowar known JOvrartaithe Jp onl tool haul auweeehhh rr Itniakf BlilifKerS i tiupItwon tgetltwnte J- SfCoodellCorapan ANTIIUI N II 1 d Tirthl 1 fh43 tGT 6 t17 1 HEAIIEUS OV TO13 PAIEK UUS1UINQ TO BUY ANYTU1NO AflVlITtSEZ IN ITS COLUMNS R110LIU INSIST UPON UAVINQ i I WUAT TIIET ASK FOIL HKtUSlNC ALL StlJSTITUTlM Oil 1lITATIOifII PiLEs Or WlllUmf Indian Pile Hntnwiit will euro Iliiud tlcruluii and Itching 1Ile It orhs the 1I1IDJI 1 part Atdrucal tortrmull on of pitoe Jiu Oant and CIou WILLIAM MVG wStop 1 1KVSLAMU OU1O 9WANTIlDAIreI 10 Ice t e LI dl air rI i C ATIi- ICRt SB UA1IInn IDII11Oh lud0 In going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Belt you can ride all day in a Parlor Cafe Car only cents extra 25 cents for a half day You can have your mealy any hour you want them anything you want from a spring chicken or a porterhouse steak to a sandwich take as as you please will pay you qolcVett shortest wlthont ch of transfer leans andwe Tilpta D I3LIeIklsTeu kliTeu ramlDc LaBEAUME ALZER alaIIII400hr OIrral4 ob receipt 2UTItITbeubllmc scenery Dtltghtrnl Cltmatei neallnK not dprlnri Pullman Dotfot Sleeplns Can without rhone from st Louts Badnoed Bound Trip BaUa all year round from all coupon paints In tb Uc8 and Canada error descriptive sad lllaitrated pamphlet writ Company afenti or H O TOWNSEND Genera FMon r and Ticket Agent BT LOUIS MO from factory to USER ONE Profit Oar Utoa ARM MKLIIA Sewing MuhlDO hu all the Up toData Improvement necessary Attach ment and Arccooriea but with cabinet Iturnrshd 8timen fthe shuttle ll threaded rand for wrrlce Tb aicrna hIhtealTAKEtTP Aatomatle BODUIN UIMIILK end a OO IPLETJ NIt or bed tsei1 attachments packed in a luodom VELVET IInd casa WIpht of aboutUUaverage about l wltheq zreoof Chicago Tba- esbint wort ornmentel drawer and to er betas HAND QUtVKD und Mihlr nnlibrd banD NICKELPLATED tin Drawer fuiu etcYhLean a carefully te te4 Mfora learinir our tacnr1 A MELBA ale to os rrrann a new rlrnd an- dcatae f tor our renoral lineal EVEIIVTlllMl 7011 EAT WrUK and U3E therefore varan afford toaell- It nn It rime itiinrin and tally GIlAItANrKi It for TWEVTV VKAKM We will blp Ibis machine Co o Iwtth examination prtvllegethan le tho U wIlhorderh like ol 7drawermachlnaRlenmpite itl4eaVCR PnIxU CIA TA LCIU1l of 1000 illortnted patewlllbpntprpaidoarcelptofISeenlawhkhpan froriptoJ flrrtordir ThiteatAlor jo otwhollaprice on KVEUYTltlM pmt KAY W EAKtuJ CSE- JitablltbadI JOHN 31 HMYTII CO 1867 100100 Y ItaAUon et- alll1c1a0JI Order bz tb h No ll n 111II IAI i i Send your ruse and addrew on i roll postal and we will send you our l j J page Illustrated catalogue tree 5610 j 90 K1iCHESTER REPEATIHG ARMS CO 180 Winchester Avenue tew Raven Conn j 0 0 0 io 0 0 i In3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured I f yon take ui your home lblandtried pant hlut tUliif ninirlruij of nrcvriw uObU become wval1y IlKrulii wLrki ryyfb-l deCfatcote504fHll liiforninuviiuatortUueiMt rullwur rale cau to Imo oa application to Ibn Superintendent of Immigration Uoiartinjrt at Interior Ottawa Canada or address tbo under tlirncd who will mall yon allaira paroihloti etc free of owl F 1KDLKY Supt of Immigration Ottawa Canada or to U I CAVBN ColtioHut Ohio JC T lIULMua The Date ludlanapolU lod u noUa I IrIr j I Best Coast djlrupTastes GooO fAltS Vie In time Pora br dniejrlitii HTlll A N rB 1801 xvxiew rniTio TO ADVEKTISKHI pene tao Cbut yeu tan lima A ertlsw mtot In tit super U c 4 r itii0 1C a 4 + d d A 4 2 I I 3 cc ate a 1 Building r Material t LUI 1 d j BEH l and Windows Shingles fcc 1 1Door and CementI I jJ Builders Hnrdwore j Paints Oils etc i1thet ESTIMATES j r CHEERFULLY 1 a FUR ISUEI FEED STUFFSt jjHay Oats Corn Bran oto etc l f a ff- j I j L P W SEllison I + t h SPRING STYLES How the Ladles Will Attire Them selves ERsterJ The uew spring gowns made all of one material and not with separate waists as heretofore will bo mnoh worn The separate waists will bo of light silks and muslins or othor thin mnt terials Almost all tho now spring smelts ore of n soft clinging quality which makes them adaptable to tho present style of gown 1 There ore to be some lovely silk mus lins with bunohes of flowers and sprays of jThj j tucked back and front from tho neck he down nnd tho uck will be ratheri of r wide than otherwise The greatest ten I T deny Is to make the waistline as long as possible in front Tho tailor and walling stirta will barely sweep the ground and the long trains have entirely passed away with 01 the habit and close fitting backs i The return of the bustle is heralded It is not a large affair but small well Utej shaped Sleeves arc still worn tight and are ec rnndforj I in n point whioh covers tho top of the hand to tho knuckles Collars are to be worn high bnt not Iaasstiff as they have boon 0Tbenow tints arc inado ot some fancy straw braids tullo or silk note of Ute j most fantastic shapes BroasU buds wings and foatlilrs are much lees worn and you cant have onough flower Ladles Route Journal A IellHon of ItIght In the potinou made to OougrcM eyTthe planters merchants nnd manufac of Puerto Rice asking for tree with rho rest of the U S there fftnrfl11plain statumnut of the situation 4 should recwvo the stoat thought of tho American public will bo learned from tbiH pttitkni J the Puerto Rtcnns apt fur the rnmovul of nil tariff unties on trade between ut that island anti tho mainlanrt becaaM1I1M if such dntipR are not commerce of the island win bo destroy IIn produetsland is alrwuly cut nlf from ItdUJtaKIIin itaIpxtpplu shall now ire deuiwl the benefit urrap trade of tills ionntry to which flHfrtro Ontitlcd under the coufititutkm f ftheirpllgllfli11 Im pitiable hJllPet1u NoticeA- ll persons indebted to Sanders IReeves by note or otherwise as tho pa t ia k withk i I THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE t COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A McCURDY PRESIDENTI I 1 STATEMENT For the year ending December 31 1899 I According to the Standard ot the Insurance Department of the State of New York 1WOn- LIIaelndforPremlm S4lCi4ro 82 Prom all other Soartes 14366657 U3 I 88890077 SI I DlSnUUSEMESTS Te Pollrr bolilen for Claims by 43To13For t Ql ASSETS S33fi974SO 6Sy Cnlted States Bonds and other nFirstHortwte 74701821 C3 Loans enrlllet oa Bonds and other SebMealJ ProperJ 2 1 80525 00 Cash In Dub and Trust Com 0Accrued I 1lremlucoetc1 301814537 52 LUDlLITJrI PoKer neterrei etc 261711998 fit CoBtlorent Uuarante Fueit 47162548 til JLTalUbl for AuthurUrd OliU duds l0000 00- 30I8463742 Insurance wad Aannltte la force 1032C621161- I have carefully examined the foregoing State ment and find the tame to be correct liabilities calculated by the Insurance Department CIIARLB6 A reKLiua Auditor ROBERT A ORANNS4 VICEPRUIOIIT IISAACPREDRRIC CROYwPLL Trcajqrtr PMORV MCCLIHTOCK A4Tu0ry M- uwt gt = t- ji131 UIIJi1 I131ti1 Trial at Franlilorl Tol uy The examining trialIf SeorHarv of Secretory of State PuWOne Polka Chief Darin Auditor Clerk Culton and nth en arrested on the chafe of Mnp ao ctuMoriw to the wwiwinntion of nwhrl1 ocean at Frankfort today The ml charge against auy of thaw now uiidr arrest Is that they were knowing nnd acomMorirx to the killing but that the man who did the killing has nut vet IKMI arr fitted It h oluinicd twit they bare evidence to a certainty of the ramie uf the man who tired Uw fatal shot that In Is now in hiding and cannot IM ar rwted without a larye force nail that he was paW a large rum for the deed Tate public should condemn no man until the evidence is heard and weighed Of omirao the pubMe will wait nniiotuUy for the testimony hoping no innocent pormu hall nailer and no guilty one serape SKJiATOlt LINDSAY Why lie Studied Maw It is told of Judge William Lindsay who M now United Suttee Senator front Kentucky that when a young man grill in his teens he was plowing in hte fathers field which was usenet a oross roads store where a doaeu or mote meu usually chugie tern YOHUJJ Lindsay and the strata lie was working the pow did not wall and fi nally in trying to tent the mete around at the far end of the hell a worae mia under tADlUnK titan usual occurred The mule turned aqnare around and started back over the plow right at Limbay who grabbed a piecv of fence rail and pealed cervaut a terrible jolt above the eye The mule fell dead Lindsay looked at the dead and then at tier crowd aero time at the store He saw the wen had- itnessed his killing of the mule earl started at full run to the more When he readied the Ntore Almost out broads he oxclaimed UettUeineu killed the mete but 1 slid it in self defenseBill you ought ato be a lawyer said one or t1itl1ltJD fcF lor auybraly w1M- toon think of a plea of that sort OH tin spar of Ute moment would make a goad ne That suggestion stack in young Und says mountlie did study Jaw lnn m chief justice of Kentucky and CUM of greatest lax yrre the state crer lead I lulSta when Ltudaiy as Senator dited kit party ou the ailvflr issue one kte old friends who knew the mule and who wan angry at Uttd liia course SAid I Say boys aint it a pit Unit Lied CtaeiaaalqRngalrer1 A i I tousorrntive View II I Tau Chicago Reword a rumendive I 3pgahRoau JIIIM wrNth tuWhttt article in regard to Kentucky troubllatI W8 Taylor who claims t0 he La tuoky Governor Un nuN ice act in such a manner an to dvprivt him of ills interested sympathy or nupuurt dtwpiU the fact that be eras qiuD tier wron med party The general public believe aylor wan ilcetid Uowvrnur ol Ken tuxkv Up Iou the tine of the aMnixtuna title of Gurbd Ute oentiment uf the puantry ww on his shot herein it ww cauMuualy thuughk that the optAwitHni wrpslglnuyDespiteeetiurc ugaimt Trying wan in itwformit with law und as the vooHequenoi Ifcvlur II SfcMitMding rtUam won upfMMt d Ui ready to abide by th uateunie n hiwcvi ho hrntenrd to tike yd 1a11ti1L f ht illMtion 11uI1i rhowid this KMDpuMitiun tot 1 b iin tr- nt He added ti liw itlnirtTi + m when attempted by armed fonx tu nutintnin tilll1f in H WIT in di regHrd toth law fun prtntduri givinyni onVn tounuther Now he huM Kato still farther in the KUHte direction by pardoning in advance their funviction urea accomd of con lilicity in the murder of Uoebd Ho Agreed to tlto Bargain In uppwr KHBI1 TeiHio8Poew BtiitI MouiphlH luwvor who was hurl in Hint oountry to it MurnpbtM Scimitar reporter there once Dyed n follow iDirnoil Johnson who Wits a thief Ho lived nonr n wealthy man and sear in and year out lit blolu his noighbore hogs FinUlly the wealthy neigh bor tired or mioli n white of thing and ono tiny when hu mol John son he stopped him and raid1 Now look here Jolinnou Tliia way you hoot of stealing must stop You butte been Ntualing my hogs for years and Im tired olfi it YOUVH got a good cliristliin wife and good honest children and I dons want to tiauoo yon ally troubl but Ifon dont slop stealing my hogs Im going to nend ou to the penitentiary Ill tell yon whut Ill do It you promise ot to Meal from mo any sloes Ill give you nOD pounds of bacon very time I kill huge In it a- argain Johnson thought for H moment and then sold Well Mr Smith Ill do it but I am nut Iflfied Ill loss bnuoujby It Ruth lived up to their bargain For Sale Eggs from highscoring Silv r Vyau Egwifrom100 per 1R 1 J W JOHXSTOV MUyfleld Ky He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Roulok Hamilton ur West Tofforson 0 nf tor nlfariug 18 months from Rectal Flatulu lio upuhl prformedArnica Salvo tho best in the world Surest Pile onto on earth S5o 1xIX at all drug stores a aw INTIMIDATED MUJllO YOTEIjSJ jI Cnrrtos His Own Mittimus tto JItjiI ii Elijah Ogilvie a iuntraotor of 6 i i hanwrille UcCracken county Cya I found guilty in the PVdnral Court T i day afternoon of intimidation adtt tempted coenion exercised upon edit dI rotan at the November election JWii Farms in his instruction to Ute Jt v chnrtivtl thorn to confine Utah inali i gation solely tu the testimony of J II- Miller as the evidetne showed that at e- ufI the other negrow had bran IntlHif t led The jury alter being wt a IIf-rr hour brought in a verdict if giiiHy i Ogilri u farmer and conlraotor kll in his employ neven nugroea who Qtlv working tor hint on a country rood In McCrackeo It was charged he Uirt tined to ditmlw them If rotrxit i election day that lib of the seven Iii t- I I vote and were at once dimib+ sud JIti I defer offered evidence that Uiowilk had been practically completed and tfla the men had been dirmbtsdon Uitsi count The negrow who wanted to i were told that they could bo xen t I jII Courier r aL Mr OgOvie after being convicted j d sentenced in the U S Ooaat I villa wan intrunted by Ue court p111o own rahtiniUH to the jailer of ifcCmeU ti county which he faithfully dnIIand in now serving his time I A Flemish AttnoK- i An attack was lately made on OJ F Gather of Cherokee lows drat UK 1iy proved fatal It carne through his t A neyt lUll back MOt so lame ho et 111 not stoop without great pain nor JIf1IU a chair except propped bv millions v remedy helped htm until he tried ID r I irk Bitten which effected such n W u derfnl change that he vmte he f Lij i like a new man This Hiarvwlotw itI I ictuc cures backache and kidney trail 1 puriAeH the blood and buildi np T tr- health Otilr W at nil drug 8 tort ANNOUNCEMENTSIL- LINOIS I + CENTRAL + RAILHOAOOI CALIFORNIJVIANEW j i Prat Ciaalaamit sad frog I II lb- I I alitj 1au4gad Friday frm go I 417 Wduecty Peeallp a- Rsa tbrpRh to 1M hInFnsette viai 1fw OrIw I Itlist with tie S aikra PMAw a tlea Issde wish 4ilr1 IraiscSW Sa- Oeless ise ib P06h COI Thos I ed of Ue Ilnttgls stnl sn Moadsts sad Thiirdrs a 1w a wiitb ib essst UIiIthe h Ien Paths givla qla rbtItgS dt let Casa Vraasiae rNULL IURTICULAIK3 T if Oosoerniwga l af the shies as I I trni of ik Illinui Clral r I driiac l A Kilamd t 0 tt- Lwiili Ky 11 HI LH Nl n s OHIO RAiLIDUl I t TIIIIuPUIR LINE II- 1I K LiC1r Y Pgls1U Its I i ea 1 ti Ur indsp I ass Zrr EI sadI Wi cir 01I 1n Muiru Kirntintba ill heItarsti Ynrn Yr05ii I vile Plans Attains CirerlI s- sraIi r rI rpp s faa pa tps awl1 dl punts ii elb I e- Bltan Vibill Fnr elI Iielteewith klncrm mlI mji ells ii roaea51avstorbl ffur sdisAa llcmv Port + r i ia irniUu e e 4V14I hr libI Drawing Knots and Buff kftw fgl Louis tad Mobil New iItle l t gemry Thnmstvtl sail1 JtelNtr-Ft 1K K RIi1I j Traeetint Pu eer t ta J Tl I DR S K DA11D1NI t n DentistII 1 1omcll over Uowgill Cute fflf Drutf thorn k The limit Fold lor Intcllccttml Tlioiight S i man nn io lorerlitenhlyu01ee he- IgruUJIihink In ilil tlroe of wr andl rumen of wars the ereuKm lid lolmfllifiM ifclHklnn and the brat fuvl1 for Intellrna houilil lII Ibm news peter which I it grealtl and berg Impnrntnt polUIMl larnuen see dnilj growing Caere imysrtanh An nltlhe1- unItfIdiPM of rbr pnllry fii non ir ergot pssteall pane itCHicthiHCt ii I I r Irhtuul il Ir IMe duly Ot rMry lisps to hnroiichy inf rtIlhnifonl the Iralinp tpier of Ih Ipt Ihr1flphly KiMStla I hipI Ii f ti t ol ill ne pi r It1 irfrap rIyMlIbl nwf rt iIM easels itmi at- liij f a her parer It prints theI pew newt Itnlir not imcgiMVlv MWrrDltMH bur Inoiwiio randNerIJ JUwnl fully nuilicii ticepJ fact- Thef pottclli of 110 gr Ht poliiUnl pier nr are HOW being termed 1x1 the candle I 1 Uii dieueeell New l theI llida le tub t I crih fur I lie b + i melixm keeping In t iMirhwith the whole world The semi l1eekly ltpublle No I 1 warlky of lliilleii I I lit lie I publa9aHJay UncHtine It IU replete sell iiut with ibe IxMt of special nleln wrtucB br ISO Iwii d literary talent Ill hrtutifnl half tea tlltxttrntUnn have al1 rinJr made it fasasa and their quality and ypasstlywill b pervervedtX a ruru i nbmrblng n MM 01 Inn art illustrated soil a muDBtr 1t111 I the Idthrr4mraa nape Rslc f fnrrni lolcrcit are eel forth In nlhC alfl There It bu Dar In its pajctvi IDs std fr this benefit ef tie ladl t tb lftnt Part fcthloiti are eaei week tiqulnllMy NlpetraeJ tmad de panedJ The lUpubllti Sunday Mara Ills ItaslsrdThe of the Semiweekly lthrlpiItrl1 1 year The Ito- rsbltc Spxd T Mtiiu IIt 116 a year Roth piper are now being offered at the very Itow prior of fI60 for one year To eeeore this low rate bath must be ordered and paid fur at the tame time REPUBLICIM Farmers Free Column Under this hwulluK will hproaftwbo R published ttotictM not to usocotl 0 Itnoa each from farmers who art inlworib I pro1clnct I I ApplyIB 1SSO Onpt X J Dmkf of South CbjiaUna lie J6I bushel Hbollod corn 1ea OM MMMurad acrr and Hold KIHIO R tH par bu I kale selected new of this urirty falKtlixout at f11K1r b D W DteWuHHi IODe good nork hOCH for sale thorate+llt daB H N Oolln Mule for Sale ONe good gtutla work Mule fee 1416Iidly to S L D I FUR SALE VCgTIHtAWll le ytS A IcDAlBL eJtoleti for Sale I pail Black Mare Mulw 5 yi ra old M brands hiffc 1 nlhYtIr uM Mul i IS hands kiffh I ROOd family IIonM 4 yeas hiKliKtatt I tnp Kyy Oe B EAKER7 iI ttenecall Grocer i Powell Blook Clinton St I Utf X l urrhi rl IMI irperv I Ilftk f J J t Rolgrn wnwIJ hr fIIt 11n I froI i enll Krvth Isisicod Choice Rseasis THE STEVE STAR I5v Tj stud Itdl Mlitllt Clinton Street wmtof Hickmiu Wnljj BuggieslIoetrsikition given Your patronage solicit Ml A Fu OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAN E j fUOKYI IVBVK A TRIAL when you want i UUkmulhlnie done r njmlr in- agrnI Se llort ltolne a p oUIr II alio ktp ft full line o- fUndortakorc 4oodls I Common Itoiewo l and Solid HUck UKlant Otlns HIII OHM which en I 1IHllIl1ln In j eteort notice andl 11 ronlittle prices live ae onllIIShall near the Jail ij i AIr or ell lausser c I iUsed to Worr i I i Bwwuac hi alrtif6mont8 in tho local papers didnt seem tot ttlraitt attention didnt draw a crowd to his itore Ul1elllllll t lint to soil goods NOW HE DONT WORRY c Why B firstuapprateglaring in his line in uewspap83lho cotjntry over for 4 dtdollar and thatith their holtfit is mere piny to ar rouge ads which rfil the bill to a T You can do the flume All lin Send a dollar to iisUPPLY BUREAUiii 8 PavbriBbico St Room 24 t= BOSTON MASS Isl We IIIORMAN WAGON COs+ ANVFA4FURER4 Ill TIIE CEIEIIItATIJU HtO 7 0 I AN WAQQNSP HJCICMAN KENTUOKY f lredferd Roger TO L Y- OUGROCERIESG s Queenswar 1 eu k anti ctnutlt PRICES WILL PLEASE 4 T Preet BM NBANR r HIOKMAHT KENTUCKY EaA 4rlac t1L l u WfatilMli UpI Capital A 5000000 1UOOUSolicltMto our 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