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mutt who teas nMldeutly shot two yearn ago was in Iliaknian lantTuusday to to Oiwrntwl ou being the third tiuienmeoChnstuiiw At alt A conntfl lit was improving SiUQtor Llutltoy iutroducctl A bill iu Cotigrws Inxt WttknIpn11riattnit tTlJ to raiinbnrse Sntan B OIumlb nt ot tiltcounty for storms and auppllos taken from her by FMeral tropiu during tilt civil war A burglar entered the iHidtvr of Roy Arahor Boo luT Twwday night with the evident latent of roldry hut a m mbor of that family ring rousd muring tin akrui rind he was friKbu ntKl nvnty Tho burglar wa dMintrui hid us a oolorrclman A little i9ipn boy noiiietl Loilio iceman alxnit 11 yeast old was run lrttlayJut1 Wu kntrdig 5oa pp lei IxJhltijl sans r rHfe 14 Ono of that old time ennr which was never known to fall to nmtnd i roI plo rMldlng in thU section of tfi coun I try that till ltSIIj or npnnir when j nil earth will again U ulothwl in livI ing gnxm 14 newt at IMHI it ittr IMTII tilt night of dunks and will goes The dneluntid RNM are credited with know I tug w much about UM weather and the vutulng of spring M Ihp Jltgenilar ground hog Jell W B1VrighL railroad cngi noor now KIIi mMp oUH8 lions from this Veldt fora cxwiweUoii of Ute N C wlUi UM Iron MmtUaiH iwid UM i UQ ywlcfUay liefornmeriyynonerted Atom with the Hick Olin PiI4 ailtInmrvrkrprtandi- 4 wellacgtwiutwlwitht3eekgmogredqI of J tho praWMl Mtv IIhM ur HVKM Wean iuitoI I till be M1en the null frum Mar UAtOII trt IlMkHNkH 9 U ywH IOMMV an heat of news kindly Uill tw About It Bwry weak HW toll what youknewwe know Uwt yoti knuw that we dont know IL niul atill you dont tellI iw Now if you toll us what you know thun woN youknuwwhat Utty know and whet xrp know and nko whet you know and what we know that you know we know you know One vronld Imrdly blieve there are t pcoinl MUIOH ind ooius for trying on now BluMtt but ao it in IjArgor allow nn tellulrotllullummtlr tin hi winter and it is nhvum brut to try them on iu the Inttor part of thu day Tho root mac thug at a maximum size Activity w thornwoulnrgottter uiodorutely thick stockings then you yourfPCtJ 1 1 Wit have wivwl mauy doctor bills sane wo began tulug Ohamburlning tough Rouialy lu our hOllle Wa kuop I n bottle open nil the time nUll when any of my faintly or I begin to cntoh cold tvo bogie to nso the cough remedy nod as a nwnlt we never hnvo to sond away for u doctor and incur a largo doctor bill for OhamborlainR Cough Remedy novo or fails A euro It U certainly a med leilH of lfroot merit tllltl worthD i1 MKAHKIK general merehnnt and farmer Mattio Belford COI Pa For sale by Cowgill Cowgill lliokumn nUll A MI Shaw State Ltnoj druggists A now anti gay little suggestion for a party is called u loft hand party and tho invitations must give no hint of tho ceremonies to bo observed during tho uvomng As each guest arrives ho is welcomed at tho door by tho laoste8iI who offers hor loft hand lie is thou led away by a committee and his right arm bound up in a sling Wlion all the guests have boon disabled in this way tho hostess arranges various tjontcBts to bo waged with the loft hand only Tor example a writing contest which is i uro to bring forth some laughable spaa imcns of chirography Arrange for II number of these contents provide a few simple prizes aud your evening cannot fall to bo a thorough success Y r r fI t T7rrTl IIlaces Embroideries d c j E White GaodstrOur lines of these nro the j vouiplctest wo have ever tlhoyn Notwithctimdfng ptLiohtUvy advance In cot 1 j tonuro Belling themat old M L Jlrlc w A s S E r E ij1 Our ehowinc of thcno goods jl this in the prettiest we ever displayed embraces all the now desirable in all iatuxt weaves E L 4 Prices o- nBuggies 1 uro iron 2975 to 12500 Prices uro from S750 to 3500 jIt i1rt P W = things I PRICES PLOW GEAR PLOWS Oa from 1400 to 3500 DISC O 2300 to 3000 CORN romu 1050 to 4250 Plow Gear Repairs always in stock Can furnish Repairs any of Plow or on Short Notice have the ad those of nil the factories in tho United States of America are just our large Spring Stock would be glad to show you through E CO Ky lilY ISSUE HALFCENT PIECE A now coin of tho denomination of a had oont is one of tho of the future If it should be coined it will bo n testimonial to tho influence of womani on public affairs for Iit will come as a concession to feminine wants i could mako use of a half cent but tho new coin if it should bo mints f willI como unto URO an a sheet result of tho growth of tho Imrguin counter For sumo time the Treasury oillciaU been aware eta growing toi ulardeman for half cent coins Tho big department QtoroM in some sections of tho country are the advocates of such nn ndd Lion to tho monetary and a bill hum prepared und ready to bo introduced into Congress calling such u coin into existence f I 0 OF 7 A 7 L season Imvp OF and for We We nnd E Man have chief been NEW LAW Look Urocrrs Pure Food Law The recently passed Legis laturo emergency known Pure Food Law been put offset Louisville number returned ugainst grocers handling adulterated foods without required The parties put trial dictments liable returned every county State Read nine timesopt advertises today little day next good deal thou long time very fellow who claims that dOti pay i h wi1r 1r MIIa =4 i A l charge Miss Anlctifrfln i t I= tgain byMiso f Costello from Louis 7 H al y have greatly enlarged il I havinglought a 4 iMillinery Goods have clown prcpar if cd serve aHwcllai city a =t i OU Spring 0 f ningjj 4 r IP Ioif j I Jftillineryi Dressys Silks JSkirtsI kerchiefs Carpets RDry Goods Eff1 tsI tfWILL OCOaTHURSDAY FRIDAY t S TURfi1 y PR1L e lit kr 4m4 t l YOU ARE INVJtotO A ND1 P EMlSON Dress Goods itd gs andit thJO BUGGIES CARRIAGESH- ARNESS AND IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS and- Carriages o- nHarness r IMPLEMENTS CULTIVATORS HARROWS from PLANTERS kind Implement opening REEVES Hictonan possibilities i denominations fsllilthIR A Out for the law by tho with an clause as tho has In to in nnd n of Indictments for la bobs by law A test case has holddto constitutional In dieted uro to ou are to bo in in tho up hundredthea one week a and none at all for a is tho advertising not a 4 1IIf I 1This Department is in the s of tgerassisted St +v Wo J 4 Icwcr wo J and aro sto you any wtablLslinicat 1 L o j v CORDIALLY r Sltk bo In c Udiis Silk Waists t s or r1akJ fa 16- r different styles Thn e k made by Biefeld of OhicaI go and the name is a guar anted of quality and style r 1Ne1 inspectionI 1 ip WHiLSEND INDIA CORNtt I t Tepoia Capital Will Follow One t orII j hkeldous Ideas walln1I P u Pbpenoe proprietor and ger of the Topeka Daily Capital says that his newspaper would endeavor to perpetuate the Sheldon idea of journalism I by collecting 1000000 bushels orI Kansas corn nt once nUll shipping it toIi I tho starving inhabitants of India Mrii i Popcnoe was nt the Grand Pacific Ho tel looking after tho Chicago edition of th e neVspaper which was conducted for six days by tho Rev Mr Sheldon Ho U not snroof any other of Sholdous ideas but ho acknowledges tho corn lie said have decided to send 1000000 IIWe of Knusos corn to tho starving Or India and wo began this i i moruiug to ask the Kansas formers to I ThisII I 600 carloads of corn from our State and the cargo will fill four ocean going snips The contributions will como from las years crop or which thoro are more tlwu 100000000 bushels yet in Kansas time crop of 1899 aggregated over 225 000000 TilE UUATKST TRIAL Judge Field not only realllrmed hi flllt decision Saturday but settled tho questions of fact raised about Gov Beck l1l11S ago tho timo of Goobols death etc and then wont a stop further presautnttemnptbold to or der directing him to vacate at once Tho casd is expected to comp up in tho court of appeals next Friday HankerRoutsOII a Itobbcr otThOlnvlllehealth by n serious lung trouble until ho tried Dr Rings New Discovery for Cou timebestcold or a bad case of lung trouble 1111I suttet Ctost or Lung trouble when you can bo l TrialTt1 u Free Mail Delivery for Hick man Dr 0 IWumSOTQS 38 1900 Hickman Ivy Dear Sir I have boon informed by time Second Assistant PostmasterGou oral that tho Department desires to im prove tho postal facilities for tho pee plo in the rural districts of tho country In order to carry out this desire thu de partment has determined to require the star route mail carriers to dolivor maili to all persons who apply in the manner directed by tho Department to havet delivered and who will erect a box for tho deposit of their mail Tho manse of applying for time delivery of piail a the residence is as follow Tire person desiring tho mail delivered to his resi deuce should file with tho at Urn postolHco to which his man is ad dressed a request in writing for tho de livery of his mail to the carrier on tho route to be deposited iu said mail box nt shaht1 thou be the duty of tho carrier of tho route to receive from tho postmaster nu mail matter that may bo addressed t him outside of the mail sack and to carry said mall matter and deposit it in the proper boxes placed on tho lino of tho route for this purppst Such ser vice of course to be without charge t tho addressee This improvement ca only bo inaugurated when star route contracts are renewed I have boon re quested by tho Department to communi Cato with tho people of tho First Con gressional District and ascertain tholr wishes m this respect so that if it is do sired the star route contracts when roi provisionsionsWill placeiucontents thereof so that tho people liv ing along UJ postal route where the contract expires may avail themselves of tho benefits of tho Departments sug gestions Very truly your frleUtl- JUAB K WHRKLBR RupreswntptCharlie Ie Wheeler CongrossdiflCtingsion to cause a survey of tho Mississippi river front opposite WickliiTe Ballardi county It is proposed to construct a loveo that will protect tho town from overftQW HELD WITHOUT BAIL U y Vt 1 Gosbel AIMM rLChargtdWlth i Jtt intiol t hii 1 t I Caleb f owe r and TRTv H Culteii icharged with heingueeeseories to the inR I pasflination of Wm Goebcl were held dryY i County Judgnr Moore without UCor f further Investigation by the Grand JH 0 4 III ry The Circuit Court aieete twkrla iday1 John Davy also so Mua4 mM admitted to 15000 half II Ky KH yi n toi I Aasij ors clerk IM stBefJ been 1 ti eo 1 arrested WIJ Culee It i paled eTJ has given testimony eonro QMtiag 4 Geld t t t ens testimony to hold the frwemtn awl j it Li also asserted that their ateeageat l testimony held back until the aetwl I t trial TH rtB offend JIO iejti J many nil only ofwad Taykr jwdSir I tIJtI which tho court refused to recogniw r t HlCKMAiNrTfflirLOmS t J a 77A N ft C Engineers in the Field 7 I E Engineers of the Narif Ohat adit r v tr Louts road sit hew kJ yoooaaoli eanesforthe 8ntIt rtkei I- tto a poInt ointemeotiett with the i I Mowntaln Tko route tints Mate 11M or Matens to Geiubwr was ttiade 1C last week and low a teemmte fees MIk f 1 1fA1 Either route will givee Hktawa 4ailv it I trains to St Lcmla md doan eoneeet a j with all trauKis polite The tQf tlate Line to ra men ItiloI leston very much slenm 4 lj e r rhfrom St Louis to Xia aiwl I M it t his believed will ultiHleJy be M KM I adoptedSThe cessation of tho cootract wiifc tit i 4impelling4 and notice bJaViay bjea prfi ti S I illJtIMarch J lanA Taiinearly 2 yoais in wbiolrlo l ec JIktension but oatgirhselrtrk tiltartlak t to it will be built much WoN 11ritIMr t From + fiIJ jil Ma ia wUek eiid r the RcpublicaayatioBar OettvcaMeuk 10 to meet next Juno cornea a startling Republican demand that Mr Mc Kmley be relegated to the rear as hay ing repudiated American principles at the dictation of tho tariff trusts and urging tho nomination of Thomas B- Reed if tho Republican party is to be saved from defeat in tho national elect ionsThis demand is made through the Columns of City and State and is bas ed upon Mr McKinleya course in the matter of tho Porto Rican tariff bill It is distinctly charged that in this in stance ho is really committed to chang ing tho Ronnblio to an empire After having declared in favor oJ free trade for Porto Jtico ho has ut tho command of the sugar and tobacco t agreed to tho tariff taxation of thetgeBtlowords wInch City and State puts m the Presidents monthUwe will use the i blood to heal the wound It is significant that tho public seuti meat of tho west is credited with male tug imperative this retirement of Mr McKinley as Republicanisms standard bearer Tho revolt says City and State comes from tho West and North west with some of our home people litttheir wont ItAnd the people of this section of the Union it is agreed hold tho power to determine such national PortorRican tariff bill is described as the greatest known In recent years It is attributed to tho tact that the people vote kuow what Mr McKinlev repre sents surrender to syndicate influence 1Therefore demanding fair play for the Porto and national indopen protectorateolicutious calls for tho nomination of Reed as tho strongest representative of this policy The incident is significant ut this exact moment It certainly do HannauRenpublican pnrtySt Lonis Repu- blicATTENTION Members of J B Ward Camp No 981 I U U V Tire annual dues aro now duo All who have not paid will do so at once Also all members that expect to tho reunion at Louisville will t mo know by tho 1st of April so attendII monts can bo made for board etc Ton DILLON SR Oonlll r IF troubled with rheumatism Chnmberlains rain Balm n j wall not cost you a cent if it does no good Ono application will relieve the i pain It also cures sprains and bruises tI in ouo third tho time required by any ii i i other treatment Outs burns frost bites qniusoy pain in sido and chest hglandular and other swol1Iuis are quickgI i ly cured by applying it Evory bottle n cantCotvttill AM 9 J s I I 1 t El 1- e 1 l i SP The Hickman Cburlpc OEOUOB WAI5UBN 1iiMlslicr R UICKMAN Il KENTUCKYl I 1 CURRENT TOPICS Uncle Sam lies sttyoic warships under construction Tim United States and Canada con tuft 400000 coal miners Senator llannn wants an put in tlio white house- ExCongressman Torn L Johnson xvill soon return to Cleveland to live Thore in talk in Jackson MIss u turning the old statehouse Into n jtol The first Indian reghnunt to don lihnkt became known us the dust men London spends HO n year on the education of each child In the public schoolsDuring 1808 273829 pounds ot goodI Ivory were brought to the markets of Zanzibar Gen Wheeler has brought home a collection of Philippine curios valuedI at a considerable stun Itjs stated the Doers test every rifle bought but the Urltlsh buyers for the army only 1 per cent To South African oxen the tulip plant which the beasts greedily de your ia a rank poison Monroe Co is to have another cot ton mill The entire capital stock ofr 73000 has been subscribed Living animals have been newly discovered at a depth in the ocean two miles greater than any hitherto reachedThe Chicago Womann dub Is try Ing to have a course of domesticl eclenbo for boys Introduced into the public schools Massachusetts imposes a tax of 5 per cent on bequests coming to unl versities and colleges from outside the state limits A huge wine barrel weighing sev enty tons has just been built a Xnncy for the Paris exposition cost was 30000 The Boer has shipped lions from the Transvaal to all lands and he has klllctl seven thousand of the beast- within its borders Eighty thousand elephants are re quired annually to supply the world whit ivory and most of them come from South Africa South Africa is of volcanic origin and the land in the vicinity of man burly is so sulphurous that even nuts ran not exist upon It Queen Victoria will spend the en tiro spring at Windsor and in Italy antI not return to the Lllu of Nigh uAiin middle of Tul UHlft J = lfurg Las a rm ri school which lust Jung was giving Instruc tion to 118 boys l girls and 55 edit dreg iii the kindergarten The wild pigeon can fly 130 miles nn hour the teal one hundred miles the mallard eightyfive the wijd goose seventy to seventyfive miloe In some parts of Colorado bears ore co destructive of cattle thatthe farm ers have offered rewards of 50 to 2W for particularly dangerous beasts The directors of the Paris Expos tint have received 10000 requests for permission to erect refreshment nn newspaper booths on the grounds Miss Elizabeth G Jordan the new editor of Harpers Bazaar began her literary career as u reporter attached to the local staff ol a New York daily The King of Sweden never touches s prim The Ring of Belgium ling shot only once in his life and the Sultan of Turkey can not bear to see a gun t The deserts of Arabia are remarkable for their pillars of san which are raised by the whirlwinds nnd here n very close resemblance in appearance to waterspouts tina train going from Ghent to Brussels such n fierce discussion about the war arose among some o the passengers that the alarm was givenI the train was stopped nnd the disputants were compelled to get ou nail finish the discussion on the jrrotnid Several motorcycles are being used in South Africa for patrol and scout ing work lich Is capable of going 30 lines nu hour anti ns the Transvaal s cldt is specially suitable for rapid motor traveling good work is being Accomplished with the aid of thes machines Adolph MonellSayre within two years nud beginning fresh from school with n legacy of 20000 has m m sacd n fortune in Wall street which places his name among those of the ten riches men in America He is only 24 years old and hIs mother wits formerly of Lexington Ky rite Ontario government has com pl d arrangements for the forma tion of n forest of almost three thou sand square miles in extent embrac ing the district in which Lakes Tom ngaml and Lady Evelyn are sltuntsd Tho bulk of the reserve in virgin for est with the finest white pine in Canada upon it On account of the military law which clears the streets nt 830 invl iatloas to dIi ncr at Manila are nl WOYII accompanied by nn invitation to spend the night According to the Iowa State Kcglstnr that state has 200 more financial jnsti tutioiiR than any othrr state in tht Union The hanks are generally small however Ia Tosca the great Indian cobra nt tlie Philadelphia zoo has been under close scientific observation for 22 months past during all of whlrli time the reptile has not tasted a morsel of food C GEN WHEELERS VIEW Wlint to 11 o With the IMilllliIilHCM h n Contrllutlon tu Frank Icxllt i Weekly Ntw York Mnroh Ii7Umdar tho caption WJint lt do with the Phil ippine Gen Joticph Whcolur con tributed to tho utoks issue of Lea lies Weekly n lengthy article on thot BitunUon in the intends as ho observ ed Jt during tuft sorvtcsj there l says in part rIbelieve that tho buokbone of the rebellion In the Philippines In broken there will IK little more lo do in n military way There will be guerilla warfare lint it will not amount tot much AK for Agulnnhlo I do not consider him n patriot Ho was fight Ing pr n great prize hind ho won he would have liven n powerful em peror n mighty dictator As far as possible I believe that we should establish civil glyrrnroen- In the Philippines 1 am In favor o territorial government nnd I see nothing incongruous in making these various islands into territories The group should be divided Into three or four territories not only because o the extent of the Islands but be Icnmle of the antagonisms existing between the different peoples Some of these tribes have been our devoted friends rind what would bo most unfair not to give them the right o selfgovernment Many of them nre already fit for self goernment in lo cal affairs and under territorial gov ernors appointed by us they would get along very well I nm sure I consider the Filipinos n verysu parlor people n people with grew possibilities They urn ambitious many of them have been finely edu cated in Europe they are not to be spoken Of in the same breath with the Africans so far as their possibili ties go- They are too easily governed nnd with the fair treatment which they will receive from us we shall have no trouble with thorn Thoj appre elate consideration I have found but they arc sensitive and Ute unwilling to he treated as inferiors They are little distrustful of Ul tOn the question of ultimate annex ation or the remote future of the Philippine whether states would be erected there or not In case we an pres pared to speak but I do think we owe much to the many citizens of the is lands who are not Filipinos nnd es pecially to those Filipinos who have been friendly to us If our army wen to be withdrawn from thesis lands tIll natives who have befriend ed UK would bo subjected to nil sorts of persecutions and many of thorn would meet death nil on account of their kindness to tw PHILIPPINE CASUALTIES j j ji p Geri Otis end AnottifrIfluti of Killed niitl VouiitlfMl SoiaTor A In inn Comiiiniiil Washington March 27Uwi Otis reported to the war dopartment the following cMimUlea In the troops un tier his command Killed Rdmnnd Uullcr artifitOr Uennott ntekcloy Chnrl w V lluoy sergeant Philip II Nolan Michael K Corley Mike iorgoszolski beheaded while n prisoner of war Wounded Win n Hoover thigh Noah K Wingate buttock moderate serati outs Magruder Andrew knee slight Winfleld S Preston anti serious Jo seph W Allport corporal abdomen serious HAWAIIAN MONEY Favorable tctfun Taken on a Bill VIITheir Present Coin housedcommittee on territories heard Seer tary Gage und Director of the Mint Preston on tho bill of 3tcprcscntntive Knox to take up the Hawaiian sliver circulation Thorn is about SlOOnnoo scrufff enter outstanding wore minted in tho United States and aro practically tho same us our coins ex tcept in the imprint rite certificate- are issued on coin held by Hawaii The treasury ollluials approved bill and tho committee directed Itk favorable report Will le Tried AKiiln Chicago March 27 llobert JJergor former partner of E S Druyor in tho eateguilty of receiving deposits irnouin the hank to be Insolvent Tho verdict was ordered by Judge Wntermnn on the ground that them was a fatal va riance Ixt vrcn tho indictment and the proof Mirjfcr was nt once rearrested sad plaetMl on trial on an other charge nf a similar nature Itflnforrciticiit for Zcii Otlll Wnahin tun March 27 Arrangn monte hnv been completed for the departure of the transport Sumner from Now York next Tliurwhiy after noon mae will carry n large body of officers and about 1100 recruits to fill vncnncirs in Gen Otis forces in the IlilllppInoH as well as n full cargo of stores nUll supplies HnUlnw the Lust 2r tW Philadelphia March 27 Mayor Aflhbridgc announced that the third 25000 to be raised by this city for thin republican national convention is now In until and will be forwarded Inn few Jays Tho work of raising the fourth ind final 25000 huts been start iil1 llnlibl WUe StrIcken Cincinnati March 2tltabbil Isaac M Wife of thlft city has sustained a stroke of paralysis which it Iv feared will result fatally Ho j eightyone years of age I crr A PROLONGED HALT I Conditions That Exist in the Freec State Render It Necessary t There is lltllr IIUIIImud nf the tip inrdlntC Relief of MufckliiK e1rnasvnnt Vnlliiirltlcn Are Itccrulllnu Actively London March H7Tho ooiitllttiatl nbsoitco of aggretwlvo movomont on tho part of tho British IB boat ex plained in n dispatch from Bloomfon toln dated Sunday March 25 nut1 published in the second edition of tho limes Monday It ways The conditions existing In tho occupied territory render Iniperatlvc tho somewhat prolonged halt nt thatfhave tlmo fo make itself felt It I declared that danger of nnnoyancc to the line of communication may bo apprehended unless tho territory be renf dered absolutely secure Tho nectar fey of this view in proved by the fact of the enemys breaking up Into iso late groups such as that which nt tacked the guards officers Friday nunf icipal matters In the Free State is now chlelly occupying the attention of the governor and Ida legal ami financial advisers rite military re guns IH being conducted with great Investigat ercised In dealing with lCrllonVI parently 10111fThis summary Is probably an ac curate explanation of the frequent appearance anti disappearance o Boon anti Insurgents upon which the reports nre so conflicting and which so puzzle the British military critics Gen Mcthuen appears to be await Ing transportation nnd with Col Plumers forces on half rations there now seems little likelihood ot the immediate relief of Mnfeking r ant from this quarter nor from Lord Roberts or Gen Buller in there nuy direct news Monday- A Lorenzo Marque special says the Transvaal authorities arc evidently recruiting actively and large PUll pore of French Dutch and ltign volunteers are constantly pie sing through that place to join the Itoer forces j Ion French iis reported jj rom rotscninqfromIly having headed ofT Comm riant Oliver with his 11 gran and mls f baggage tour horsemen are I Iratact with the British outposts SIrl IliggerelinrfC to Warrenton l Lord Roberts infantry iiowp Iluwt for J4dlJjII n a tbt1 arn ntlmllee Is hourly cxpxain I iiJJR war oQIco OUR fullers patrols had A sharp klrnilsjh Sunday at WMhbank- Ixindun March TThe 58pe TowK rorrecponitfiit of tho Dally Mull WUf graphing Monday Match 89 says Strong expedition will lean KB rltunItown Its movements are likely to attract oonllldlrnblon9tfoeII Barkly West March 87 A cbw reOttullrllnplmut l Herbert district to retolujthc fedtirol flag ISxtonsIvc looting is reported in that direction Pretoria March 21 via Lourento Marques Gen Joubert line returned from Kroonstad He is full of hope mill may return to Natal shortly 1 Paris March 27It IH learned train a reliable source that the floor Cone missioners Wolmnrans and Fltcher now en route to Europe will visit tho United States They will bring an important proposition to Presi dent McKinley Front the same source comes word that tilts Pretoria government does not contemplate the destruction of he Johannesburg minus the poem jlllty of which is agitating British npitnllattt London March 2The Bloenifdn Morningsout telegraphing Saturday 8811111 itkMr Fischer that duty to his coiin try required that he should niiinln ininiptuicd is long NH rotMsUiucu wgII- MWlblO IlnnhiR Mill Ilnrneil largeBplaning null nt Columbia known na nnoluimn POI ey niui onneil by thu first National bank of Vumbiu w ns tlofttroyid by fire There iis no ostf innto of tho luSH boyoml the stntu mont that it cost 75000 to Install thin mnohinory all of which was da strayed There was no insiiiince chant Wn Nat Vnllil WnHhtugton March S7 The xu promo court rovorsod tile lrllion of tho opnrt of prlrnto land claims In the oaRQ of tho Lnnm land grant in Tno county New Mexico Thw land court ophdottiantlcdnot valid lllK Strike Irolialilr Now York March n 01 strike of i 30000 members of the International Association of Machinists anti thu Amalgamated Society of Kngiiieora In the New York district may bo precipi tated by tho action of Mie New York Bud Now Jersey AJnclnnery Mnmifui turerH nnsoclutlon TElnc ItolllnMT JUIU Conililne Berlin March 26A combination of all the Gorman zinc roIlIng mills has I been formed here anti under the ur rangement all goods are to bo sold through n common accnry J uu HELEN GOULDS GOOD DEED iltr I Mnlntnliilntr lne or Te a- 1nJlnhl lit flit Arinj lit- HerI Own Itxpeiiftts Washington Mnroh UA visitorl to the wjittu house retorting to the teak of ohnptuluH with the volunteer rvgl meats In the Philippine nnd else where wiys that MhItelan Qankl of Now York in nmlntiilnln iilnO or ton chaplains In thu army t her own ox pence Those man nro not olltotiilly rccog 1uixoti us ohaplnlns but us mlnlfilora anti Y M C A workers they ohm tacit anti nnontehilly Jo prnotleally tho mino want Mln Gould it 1 is stated pays enoh of thoso rata 00 n month mid their expenses Tho amount to more than the salaries In tho Philippines It IK thought thnt Mss Gould monthly payment Is something like tOOO She linn been maintaining those Christian workers rcipiuontdp IlhlllpphwsIand attention wee called to tho full ure of congress to provide for chap lain Her great work IB not general lly known us nil her duels of this kind are done In the most quiet wny DISPUTED LANDS The IotlnivnUomle Indian Yu Claim the UhlrnKo Luke Front Strip Washington March 17 Itejiresent ntlvrs of the Pottnwnttomlo Indians were before the house committee on Indian affairs to urge the submission to the court of claims of claims made by these Indians to valuable land in Illinois fronting on Luke Michigan and said to include the Chicago lake trout Indianatnever surrendered the fishing und hunting rights and thnt three cover the ulcer lions between the old survey line and the present water Hue The attar neys for tho Indians were heard nnd next Monday the nttorueys for n number of private interests affected will be heard ARMY APPOINTMENTS rldenl 3pKlnpy endn n timlier uf Nomination tu Ike United Slate 1c wntr Washington March 7Tho lrc ident Monday sent tho following nom inations to the JiGnt WTnr For promotion In tIle velHii teer arin 47th InfftHtry 4 MaJor Frank Chentham to be aohi sl11th tail B M Koehler to HIV major First Llowt C II S108Jer to be caps tutu Scooml LlouU Alvin 1K Bas kotto to IK first 1Ittcl- r nppotntmwtt in tho volnntoor Tnnhlardqab fitwIstHHt qHartenmi or with rank of onptafn- UdfHUir army Burton W INfry of CuMforalfl to he cltnpliH Navy Limit Command Hdwvn B Hurry to a ronuiiamlrr WHALING FLEET The Lad of the Vm ieU Will Soon Sail fur Arctic Water lnur of Them Alrejjy liven San Prnnelsco March ST During thin week tho last vessels of tho lt olfle whaling fleet will depart for the Arctic waters The steamers Hob darn JayllRS and Jcnnette have al ready tIlled for Herschel island nose the mouth of the Mackenzie river the Jeanette having left n day or two ago The whalers to leave port within the next few days are the txnrluck Alexander nnd lielugn rite whalers already In the Arctic from this port nro Grampus Narwhal rand Jiallcnn Capt McGregor of the Km luck nnd Cnpt Cook of the Helvl dcrr are the only whaling skippers who will be accompanied by their wives on the long voyage APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE Kevrfonnillnnit Alll Again Seek Heclpruvltr Wllli the 1United Stale- St Johns N P March 27Mr Bond the premier will nppeal to the country nt the coming election on tho rpjoMlon of reciprocity with tho United States advocating a renewal of the Bond lllnine convention nego tinted some years ago by him wlilch provided for reciprocity between thus two countries Canada objected thins preventing the convon tlon taking of foot Just premier oonaldora the pro c nt time favorable for a renewal of the measure and his course will receive largo support throughout till cone try where reciprocity is very pop ular Tu Admit llrn nrRan Washington throb 20Mr Sha froth of Colorado Introduced a roan lution Into this house to admit NlOaI ragun Into tho union ilK n state tho purposo being to nwjulro the right to construct the Nicaragua canal through that countrIA lUiuniul fur the Xcw IloiuN Washington March ST Tho amount of bonds received at tho treasury de partment for exchange for the new two per cents lIB 154114050 of which HC07100 were from Individuals null institutions other than national banks llunra of Lao Regulated Washington Mnrcli 27The colony of New South Wales has adopted a ilnw for the regulation of the hours fit labor oJ employcB In shops to a f1 lOUr tiny for rraploycs and for t TinlfVliolldny each week FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS rlrattaa 21BanalDlaaulo 3InrttnllollnbnMIR wltl son ifl canitiMtfonnl ptmes o tile measure thyr mRlntHlned thAt ni t e trouy or harts wa the supreme lal w o the kind It was ImllOdlbll tel It pqrtJUoethat Us constitution lu1 to n c acqulr1irrltoryIt t forte Rice were eltlxeas at the Uttttod UlqtoH A lOIII11Il hones entered upon lite anl lrtunii or tli I nuil till to rlrtrtthe chwmctcr of iiuMlrHttoits entitled te jHHiml rates aa vecuntl hies innll tastier Tho bill haul txMin before copzr t f lMIbill In n long sr noh Defers the bill WR s taken up air Hulxar deUv r il a denun Dannrm lion with lute resolution of Inquiry mltlnc UH n tho war department for Informntlqn as to what fortincatloni Orent nrltnln MAII orertlim on tho Canadian border The committee on military attain IU trInmilted a reply of Adjt Olin Corbln iwy hut such Information was Secret but that Ircat llrllnln was erecting no work vhlPA thrrnituniHl our rtiinin The NIIII- niluio rrrommendcd that the rrnoluiton lie uK n the table The house mtalnwli the cummlitoon recommendation by i vile of 110 to 97 VnnhlnRton March a8 natotTpon tho authority of tho governor of Alaska Mr Turner made the tatcmunt that con coitions for gold tnlnlne In the bed of to ten near CnH Nome Alaika hAil been grunted by the secretary of war nml uiion that tatem nt ho bed A reso JillIon of Inquiry The revolution vrat agreed to In n few minutes and with out UUouMlon the additional urgent Ao llclcncy bill was tMMed with one or two other measures or no Important nouro The entire session was takenl up dlncuulng the loud bill relating to second class mail matter Mr loud hllll tKrexI to accept two nmendment onto Increase the lutmplo cople which now papers run send out nt Second class ratefrom tux to 1000 and the other to limit tho provisions rraulrlntf newspapers to Separate their mull to those having 1 In excess 5000 circulation These are all tno concessions he will make Ho pays anheWashington March S Senate Almoit the entire section was spent In tho dlIcuwlon of the conference report upon the Porto Itlean appropriation bill Tho tll1OIUonhouto jirevltlon covering future con thins of revenue professing to fluid IIn thJlnrleyJIou o After a spirited dlrouilon ox tending over thtxt tJal the tx iid bill relating to second IAIII mall matter was recommitted to the eommlttw on pail nnices by rt vote of rut to ML The ma- Jmittwas favor of the motion to recom N dedrive that It I regarded nI unlikely that thit7meaiur will apt ar MrltolwfarWashington Manh S HeiMtvThe wale tMt u the e roaee report MI the iorto mean rotlcf bill by a vole of at to rxprelonLtiu I tHltMrrwpMWITile assagdreeduponllouwe the house pae l lit private TltlIHarti Uttmdanco was eaten at the time bur a HMorwm war MiMlIf secured however attar a Ill ot tlMTaw rontrMee report OB tM 1orto Rhea relict bill was tee H d and I p aa gaiurOay set M taw file tor voting on It WMtHiajno March tlReuatA bill was taSti antherlileg lit phkirnt t millfEilTrIt YK fMtoa tritetM MaleofIt dlasa air ralrbsk then addre the rust upon the rvx i tlon aU eloquent trfcilo in Onv tnION balsa Uolenetl to wis rlu e Mlfn4 n aodltrlaetMtlvw Knlhrry were Mrs Mirer Y MrInn rrrict of toe 4ad ttleMiun and other lt u e VoU Porto of IaClYCIoffll voted for lh report The Mil tunicrarer la the peeklal rsr ttOHOM of PurtI r prlalinlCribistieingcare All eroh Mingt the Arch of Tel umph In Ittrl eatnmwHwrallnr the Hint idea toWlerttatetman A revolutionwa 1 IMMNMS 1 Mking the secretary uf iaUfor information on the open dour Th sue then devoted Itself to eulogle toe date nprlMlOnIAUv Btier at VlrglnlxivllvMlutlon of respect lAd eulogy wet IMMed and at 36 p m a1 a further adjournedWanhlnetun The onIderallonsection An amendment was agreed in bxlnt a license upon almost every klnl orAlalkn1 toSWJnotbeenSessionltouuTho houto began oontlderatlon itsbatemattorsexplalneil Its provisions Mr Jett crltl careersthroughjustutoroIrIUdlCClntlacrossetho best Interests of the Country and Mr upItOtIlnjfSTRIKING MACHINISTS Over Our Hundred of Tlirni In Chl cnKit Itelitrnrd to Wcirk Tlirlr llciunnd Wer Granted Chicago nrch t7Over n hundred utrlklng maehlnlHlM formorly employ Id by till Hletnon llnlaku Co Mon tiny rettirntul to work for that cor partition their dcmamlH for n nine hour work tiny tied a luinlmuni bottle of wngt8 having Uin granted Tho llrm however rtrllttl to recognize the buMlncsH ngiiit othorwlse thin utilkliiff delogntc nnl negothhit ions wpro coniluotud through n shop com inltteo which will hercnfter negotiate with the managument in placing of the initfinoHH agent AU dlflleultliM thnt may hcrunfter arise will be re ferred to arbitration for xuttlcnmnt The Hettlcinent of the strike Is looked upon in tho nature of a conipronijse though both slice claim it victory order In Ilrooltlvn New York March 20Kilwar l Len sure 22 yours of age lulled George Crotty 38 years of age nit electrician In Brooklyn Insure boarded nt the Jiolnoof Crotty nnd hiM rehitlotiM with Crottyo wife were such JIH to cause un 111 feeling between the two uteriL MnrU Ttvnlii Itrturnlnir to America Jlnftford Ct March 20 letters received from Samuel L Clemcna Murk Twain say thnt ho nnd hli family will soon return to Hartford and take up their permanent porno here L j From Washington How Q Llttl6yWas Saved Washington n CWhen our boy won about ia months od lio broke out Rwith mash which was thought to bo miMisle In n fow days ho hart a await inn on Uio ifti side of lilt neck nuil It wes derlddl m be iniimpB IfY was given mtdfeiii nttundnnoa for about three vcckR whop the doctor Mild It was scrofula snit ordered n sdvc lIe wanted to lance tho ante but 1 would not lot him raidl continued giving him tnodlolne fur about tour months when thin hunch broke in two flacon unit be onnio a running sore Three dootora said It was narofuln tint onoh or doted n blood modlclnc A neighbor told mo of n anno somewhat like our babys vhlcli wan ourcl by Ifooda iSarnnparllini boy nnd In n short while his lytlth Improved anti his neck honied aolfce ly thnt 1 stopped giving him the mctl lolne The sore broke out again how ever whereupon 1 again gave him HooaV Hnrtnparllln and its persistent use line accomplished complete euro Mns NETTIB Ciusi 47 1C lItt FIOne of aim MeDoMUHBhs Juke In one of hit farces Glen McDoDaush had written two er three lutes to llf spoken by a DtIltuyl do At the rehearsal the tin made her way to MrDoDough who held the look and said Mr McDonouuh I have a line In the tint cot and out in the third Could n I youwrite mr ass for the eased set roof MeDou ouch thought a minute looked at the girl anti said Vi tljIn the banquet luna you enter and i lue II tht hAm Ot do I bring the ham on with met 18 my dear it II not a pueb tl is aeoateu n CoicB9 Chronicle TB CalUorHU Quickly etrd Comfortably Vl1 CblcMo Union Pacific and North Western Idrte Ihe Overland fJmltrd eQtarn Chicago daily 030 111 amen San JrsllttfN the afternoon of third day and 1415 Angeles nut morning o change or tars 111 meals In tllnlllC lAn UufJlt- mokin aDd IItlrs eIIfJ1 wdhlarlMrirhe but of everything I lIe Jactlie l1xptree leaves Chine daily 1030 P MU with first riata and threufb tourist sleepers to CaMtbr pie JeneuUv eemlueted excurtUwa every Thursday All scent nett tickets via CM ige ct 7 rtaVMtern Ur Fr full in lrmxlia and illudrlerl pAmphlet apply to 11 It Rakktrly 7J fIlllu eve Ckiwg ID- T blees tour elub play whiat reju lsry Slitwomro talk reiuUriyasxt llacxI + I HappyWomen who havo Ron rolfavitW painful monstrttmtfon by Lydia E Plnkhoms Vogue tatblo Compound aro con staIdly wrSUstg yrafofuIii tatters to Mrs Pnldtam IILydIaI e RnWvan V ttaWs Cwnpowrf 1 errs them It always rtlfovmm jtatnfui periods sari no woman who suf fmrs should m+ without this lrfMWMrf Nmmriy all the Ills ol WOlff+n rmmuH from 0fIHI tlgrangsmmnt of the famaJm organism Mrs PInkhsuns great mrndt olnm mkm women healthy ef this there Is overwhelming proof Dont experiment ft you suffer get this mtHIl cine ami pet Mrs Pfak hams free advfoe fet atUress Is Lynn Ma- asPIMPLES Hjrtriro tied titstple OH her oebu theyhavewith constipation for some time but after tak InK the tint Uucaroi 1 have hillS no trouble esnaoterrnktoohighlyCTWoernjantown Aye 1aiuaelpbls Pa PtGoodCURE CONSTIPATION BUriUf ttimtii tpjtkkii MMltt 1 50 rat Ill H drlljCIulWIL DOUGLAS 3 3S0 SHOES UNIOd W compecwith Imlnniet by TIle genulno 1000000 onrJDouglas name J a DO tampxd iatntlmle on at good Your dealer should keerwillifsot we on receipt ol price and rte ettra for carriage StU kit tin sad width plainI or can I I M11L QIl00lk S tIJf CO Ire Dlr BuIIsIoIIUveI1C11rt8COIICftt inelptentCoqfbrcuttdrca TottucoM Doses aresataU ajct i = 1 r r 7p Ty rrryi11r IJ 4 tiY T nyL rr fI i4f 4 p V 1 rn Y r I r r I GOLDEN S TESTIMONY i The PrcJImlaaryJ Trial of Secretary of State Pewcro a Suspect At the Conrlncion of Mm ICxaiulna line of Gulden the Iroirciitlon H Mterf flu Cain Ullhont IJu mlnlnir Other Wllneir cretnryo defendants brought In court Satur day morning Cnpt Duvls and Culton remained In Jnll J Whnrton Golden i ot Harboursvilk woe sworn tm tlio 1 knowScurctnrntl ciietf Sir Culton He wall also ntqunlnted with Qov Tnylor antI Caps John Inwer Ho wild ho wan n good friend his all cf the defendants eOlHertlQtlon1tIWhen Mr Tower and I loft hero Col o gtor JfiUn Hlrw to send down tun witness OS III tlir runtMt 0010 Ho told me to go to HnrJnn county nml toll Mr Hint to sand down ton elountniifeudist i After tome parley Ooldin said Wall 1011 who would stand up and logislativknite rI our favor I dkl not see Mr Hlrnt I MW Hawp Howard I told him wo wanted tan regular mauntslu feud tilts for wltnnses Wo minted1 men fortyfvuaWhol onme Iron llarlan county llamp Howard Ho selected 30 mon IMMMMI the ten Caleb Power Ir ikiHk selected tho mon from Knox t county There wire about 73 or 60 slim Hparks county nttornoy In Lnur t ol1 county selected tho mon from Laurel eounty Tko witness Identified u receipt fo 350 given by lllnghnm Whites also Mid Ito gave Mr Howard S7XSO for IH tickets to Frankfort and return Ho knew some of the man from Hull1 ixtMHiy Tho mini a good many of theta were mountain feudist In nilI oboist 1MQ or 100 pea wire brought to PruHkforU They wore teal book ofr the state liaise Cant Dark and Char IcyI Finloy providing the provialons Continuing Golden said MWo sent molt of horn hick thnt night lly hire I menu myself Caleb IowermI 1CfIt Darts 11111 Culton cud Oov Tay tar fluky Taylor nnd Powers ti cided to rand them bnek nil except ton or fifteen from ouch county jwjlcotcd1 the men to be kept Iron KIIOK county U of thom well armed 1 final tlearga ham lIon 1 1 h tfOI IyrcJ poJlJl r- 1ft moii of thO nDtiHt fncerji brought to Frankfort remained here to Hoe tliat we got justice Dkl yen have any further mourn y nation with Power regarding the work of to he done by the won maining hero No air wa understood whnt they wore kept hero for We knew that those men wore here to go kilo thnt h legislative bnll and If necessary clean out UIOMJ fellows Whnt fellows rhn democrats enough to make a innjorily on our nide Oolden rcHumrd bin testimony nt the afternoon noMlon Ho said JohnI lorcm and n blnekrcil moustnohcd man had n talk concerning the doing of Secretory Power olflcc during the Intterit absence I had my buck turned wild fin den but when I turned I haw John Pores giro the key to the man John Poweri wild to me Ooclx l iIK going to be killed this morning I anidThla mutt not lw done He wildl Dont get excited I Wva thnt mnn the wrong key I said We must go and nee Cnlob John Pow ers wiw him 1 did not mil you have any talk with Caleb I or Tohn Powers about Dick Coombs a NOt but they lad two nlJroCftII there tQ kill Goebol John Iowa told tt10JO They were HockorRnilth null DIok CoombR 1 sow Dick Coombs At tilt drugstore near Ithe depot erfcry morning for n week or no j lcI1oiia to the idioottitfr CoombR I talking to n m n named Wallncc In my lpriviOncc xntd 1 1 him t IIlidI him He was talking of Ooebol1 This conrorMilinn WIN in tho adjutant 3I generals oldie He also wild I I know his ivory movomrnt and I can 1 lilt him with tads AH for us Ienn I 400 blur lift t4irritid a Cults 32 that shoots a tNliMhoator cartridge nix or right Inobcs in the bnrrelI Coomlw was In the nmdstant adju tan nunilH ofllcc on the morning of the slating with llockcrnmlth and Jlin Wallace I h11 Tuesday did you meet Caleb and Johr PowernV nuked Attorney Campbell Vox 1tlld 114rw them in Calcbn 1 olltco I got n letter front HlnUemnn that morning nuking me to come to lout vlll Oilcb said ho was goingj Wit It roc lint said ho might want me to go to thn mountains Ho was talk 1 lug to Walter flay and Coy Taylor U J Howard of Hnrlnn county cane 0ap mid ho talked to Taylor Ho 1n Fisted on Taylor calling out tho mlll Ij Ike Taylor ImlclI My Ood you peo plo must do Bomothing flrst adding 1 cnn got tho militiA quick enough You follows must not first Dy that 1 midorstnnd wo follows taunt rnhuff 00110h11 morning wo of that legislature there ttt tnako It a ur way n I What do youwcnu bi that Why kill matte v I Aflrr Tavlor was 1hrnnni tnlktnv I urged Powers to get the train with mc as H was due 1 learned that Senator Goebcl hud been shot at Lagrange We continued on to Louisville J do not know why Mr MothlnlutolonGWeand wciit directly to the state house I nova saw air Powers again that day Goldcns IllncHH proved more se rious than at first thought and after nd5turnmcnwasCrnniKxnmlHntlnii Irnnkfort Ky Inrch S7 Judge Mooro called his court to order promptly at lOVoloek Monday to ro sumo the trlrtl of llcpubllcan 8cerc tart of State Caleb Powers charged with being nn ncceitsory to the mtir tier of Win lr clx l Wlihrton one of tho prosecutions star witness es who finished his direct cxninlnn lion Sntunlay but wan taken sick and tumbled to fro urossexnmlned runs thu first witness called Jlmnln morning but wax not in the court room and n deputy sheriff wns sent to tho hotel niter him While thn sheriff went after the witness towerI shook haiidR and talked to his friends Court conviMitil nt 1 oclock lintlI Oolden eyrie IminiMliatcly jilacud on timet stand anti the crosvoxumliiatlon aoinmnnuuil with x0ov llrown in tarrocntlng tho witness ioldenI said he Iimmed nbout two weeks ago thnt he would bo Hrrrstcd If lit didI sot tell whnt he knew about the ns wiMiliintlon and If ho did thin attor onyx for the commonwealth wouldi try and sawn him from prosecution Thomas Cromwell who swore out tho warrant against Powers wins tho first pcixiii ho talked to about tho assassination Cromwell kind burn to the mountains and hoard that he an connected In sumo way with tho mur der and sent for him Ooldou told1I Powers of hits conversation with Cromwell mid told him Powers that he wanted to get uwny from th 1Htnt house anti lie got n trace of alH since from llupubtloan Assistant Ad heftrfiolden olio he told Judge Flem lug of Winchester that he intendedI to tell all he knew about the affair 111lile hI wits III Winchester ho saidI 1rIPoster nnd Win Stools who I him by the grins and cursed him for exposing the republican party Oold en repllwl that lid hud tint exposed the party Oov Urdwn asked him if lit had not told taco two mon that 1 knew nothing About tho affair bolt on said ho might have told them that therwanted to him Oov Brown asked 1him If he main n habit of saying anything n person desired to to which the witness responded Sot when 1 am on equal terms with them Golden resumed testifying n hill after X oclock He Mid ho could not remember thnt he over hoard Powers soy that he Intended to harm anyone nick Coombs the alleged assassin wns brought to Frankfort he soul defendro ants Culton told him thnt he hadI brought him Combs down The witness salt that when ho heard on his way to Louisville withI Powers that Wm Goebel hnd beetI shot he told rowers what had hap petted anti Powers sold that It was n dirty shame nnd outrage WhenI askrd about the man who oils giverI the key the morning Oocbel wasI killed Ooden salt he did not know his nnme but could recognize him nnywhcrc He wild he saw him heroI Sntunlay and Oov Brown nsked him to get up nnd seo if he was in the room Golden looked carefully over tha largo crowd but salt he did not see him and tool his sent At the conclusion of the examina lion of Golden the rested its caw It was stated ti Mrs Golden would nso bo Introduced ns n witness anti partisans of ibnts side claim thnt the reason silo w Ii not put on the stand was because tho attorneys thought they hind made out strong enough case for the exam ining court nut thnt her testimony as well as that of other witnesses for the prosecution should IMJ held back for time regular trial The attorneys for the defense think she would havo een an unwilling witness nnd thnt her testimony would nut have been propitnto to thin prosecution 7ThoImoBLCaleb Powers occurred shortly after oclock mid for u few minutes it looked us if serious trouble could not be prevented Col George Douny for tho dcfondant in nn argument upon the competency of n question mill It Is perfectly lawful for people to here and to comO armed I onmo lucre several tines myself He was referring to turn crowd thnt uoHuresent at time mass nceetbigrid in the slate IIOIIKO yard just prior to Senator Oocbnls nsunKSinntlou Col Campbell for th prosecution replied that ho dill not conuldur it lawful anti was surprised to know that Mr penny had1 same hero nrmcd Denny denied having rondo such n fitntcmcnt unit Raid that he gild not coinu armed Campbell insisted that ho kind made the sfntcrpn Math mon were very luiirh inllit spoke with vohanionee anti wit Ii urtlls slinking commenced to advance to ward each other The court room was crowded and the Qinticnru evi deafly thought n fight was on nnd Hindu n mad rush for time dbora und windows people falling over each outtutsheriffs worn crying for order Judge Mooro was bringing his gavel down with torriflu force mud urging thin people to take thulr seats lAftcr live or ten minutes of thoAmost exciting Bvcnc j sjiuig lh j faVSng ylui tlnlrJlttiI rest nirll r k cJ YELLOW FEVER PRECAUTION The Stale Boardof llesitk Itt E1er Ida Cab Milnful all J de a peadeat QarHUR Y Washington March 2Glho n+ A rino hospital efllcinls are confident there need be no ucrious trouble grossing out of time decision of tb Florida state board of health to main lain an Independent system of In pcctlon nnd quarantine of vessels tattiring from Cuba or other ports t prevent the Introduction of yellow fever The states have the right tof Impose such additionall precautions 01 they may titers it and proper te those prescrll cd by the nutionl ROI ernmcnt to prevent the Introduction of diseases nnd this It Is presumed will be tIlt course adopted by OIli otthe board of health IHI carried out rime disinfection nnd Inspection ofI the marine hospital service it is said ItI complete nml thorough anti thel foyI r the allegation that the yellow fever ipidcmic of last summer was duo to Its negligence I The point Iis made hero that If the FloridaI boon of health declines toJ receive certificates of inspection and1 j disinfection Issued by the nmrlntfi hospital service and Impose addl1 tlbnnl restrictions of tfils character the state itself will be a sufferer by delays of shipments In Its commend ami much embarrassment zany e1 cult THREE FIREMEN KILLED Ilmt Floor nt a lliinliiiC Facto llulldlni stroke nom and the men 1rrclpltntrd to Cellar sIrerr York March 25 Through niB breaking down of the Brat floor in the factory building nt 211 anti 218 Kant Fortyfourth street which was to tally destroyed by fire Sntunlay iufuiedu1 The then were precipitated Into tin basement lu which was about six feet of water anti pinned under the de brie It is supposed they were drowned t rime accident which caused death of the men occurred two lortI after the lira had iechrput out Tm tjmen with about fifteen others were engaged In washing down time wnll in the first floor ou which was stored tuna of machinery tin heavy timbers and pig lead The great weight oa tho floor made it give away anti tin6 mon went down into the basement ill which was about six feet ol water SEALERS RETURNING Segments1mmnleiTilt Catch Thin 1 IHu the Lament Within the let Tuenty Yenr St Johns N FH March abh1sealing tAnner Leopard which tool shutter nt Wcsloyvillc SatunLiy iin consequence of the storm is due here and other steamers are expected to arrive within the next few days Judging from reports thus far re mewed the total number of scale Ac tually taken by the fleet is about 206 000 antI the prospect Is that as four weeks of the fishing season have yet to run tide total will be increased by tome 00000 Aa the entire catch last jcar wasI only 247000 this years figures prom tae to be the best within 20 yours A DOUBLE LYNCHING OOrady a White Man tad Cotton Colored Marderera rut to Death By Men lUchmond Vn March 25 Time ne gro who with u white man killed andtiwas after an nilnight chase cnjn Lured at Stoney Creek Sussex count ttyI Ho confessed to the shooting o Saunders amid Welton nnd to several robberies He is the notorious negro CottonThe y Sutunbirwas with Cotton the negro whet ho killed Snumcrs and Wcltoti Cotton was lynched earlier In time day by n mob ot white men W n Not Treatefc DlHconrteonnly City of Mexico March tB1 Ticm po clerical organ in a vehement nr tide denies that the Mexican cpisco pat o showed any discourtesy toward tho papal delegate Archbishop Ave rurdi who recently left hero with na hula friends asserted a determination not to return DntiiimcN for Injuries Scrauton Vn Marcia 23Jolmor Mnrtin of Knston Fn III the United States district court was awarded damages of 5t500 against time Dela ware S IIudAou ItuHroad Co for per manent injuries receivcl by him In a railroad accident on April I last Secretary Long Dined Boston March 3Tohn D Long secretary of tho navy was the guest of time Middlesex club nt the American house which was observed as vet crania night early 200 members of the club were present Drnkcnmn Shot flya Tramp Brookhaven Miss March IalohnPerkins n freight brnkeninn was shot nod killed near this place by Moses Angcllno n tramp who wns stealing a ride Angelina IB under arrest Feel Ing runs high and it is feared that u lynching will take place Will Incrcnnc Wane Charleston S C March GlIIIYork cotton mills ot Yorkvlllc this i state have announced that they vyll on next pay day take three per cent I from the annual dividend anti ndl it to tho W ran of the open lives FAST MAIL WRECKED the Posltrrll Ieueu er Killed ting Rage Stan Fatally Hurt and Others Injured 27TheL4smorning 411est Point was wrecked Monday milefromeprendiaqrailhanging I down the reartrueksl railsl ex press messengers Injuredi Wm Blunt baggageman swill probably die r C Mason At lanta traveling non seriously A E Johnson Winston X C ctaanl Point Louts Mendelsohn West Point D 1v1 negro woman had her throat cut bruisedAtlantafast allon the Atlanta West Point railway which left Atlanta for Mont and boclockbetween West Point and Opclika Alec MesaengcrOlinlkiggngemosterlpV bag Klffp cur mall coach and two day coaches were thrown from the track notlil I BOILER AKERS IAtUcks lilt Wife anti Ilex Mother Wllh n Chlurl Then Drew n 1 solver and Shot Illiimrir Rep 27Charlesr7Scott a boilcrniaker employed In tho Inn Ardor Jtailrond cnrshops broke mto the home of his wife from whew lie kind been separated trod fu nosily nsMiulted Mrs Scott mind her mother with a heavy chisel He then hhnaciLcjMr Utitla Ferguson seriouslyl ip- Xurnl wi ott gained entrance through a I clipUr window and yelling Ive got you at lout he rained blows with ttjie chisel upon lila wifes head and tfCl Bulling her terribly Mrs Per I h l graJfp1ed i the chisel hut she succeeded in wrest I ing it from him Scott fired his re volw at them ns they fled and then kfjlHl himself RELEASED FROM PRISON 4 lltKlllnncIrd rroreedlnna of n Ca it ban Mayor Undone lljr Order 1 of Gee Lee i recentalyonlercd an Investigation Into nn njIe KlJ serious trouble between tint inkand police of Mnrinnno on on thSdllwhonson charged with making reflections upon the official nets of the mayor at public meetings and the other three charged with carrying concealed weapons Copt Slocum sass ho asked the ma or if It were not n rather high kandcd proceeding to arrest the first man for tho offense alleged against him and the mayor replied that he was acting within the law The mayor also declared that he did not re milro the assistance of tho military Tho hearing was held and all lour were discharged NO PLAGUE THERE The Mayor of San Kranclico Send s Out Dlnnntchei Dcnylnur a Recent Ileport oyorIIhelan has sent the following dis patch to the mayors of 50 citiesI in allI sections of the country refsfr a sporadic case of bubonic plague in San Francisco The board of health reported such n case on Mnrch C three weeks ago Sluice then our Chinatown has been thoroughly inspected nnd ilisltifectcd No other ease has tip pcnrgd All persons now visit the dis trfct ns usual On account of time cfii clqncy nail vigilance of our health de pnrtmcnt nnd formal quarantine re is no future danger 1Iease glva this to your local pros Ilk an act ofI justice to San Francisco Xew Colleco Iroitoned Wn hln ton Murch 87 Itcprosent ativc Aldrich of Alabama introduced aililjl for the cKtablishmcnt of n dip lomatic consular and civil service col llege of the United States nt or near Vfiishlngton D C Time purpose of the cqllcgcia to educate young men andJ women not over 21 years of age fo- tlii civil service mid Hen not over 23 Car the diplomatic anti consular ser vice Appointments to the college art to be Wade like appointments to West Point nd Annapolis ylt Inhaled Un Acw York Mnrch 27UrR T L Klelmer widow of n Cliiclunntl brew er i n1nlttcd suicide luring the nighttnt tho residence of her dnugh fcr Mrs Anton Schwartz by inhaling jras She hud been despondent fo- gvehl days Good Prices for Cattle Chlcugp March 25lho Wallnce IvKtlll imlo of Aberdeen Angus breedI lug cattle at the Union stock yards preJilfllI JBrought a general average of 579 each C OcHiaiulM on the Money Market krlin March 6fho qunrteeh- B y cltlenicnt Is mnklug unusual de stands upon the German money mar Sets the high rates for u prolong tioi f money tin llIg 1Isom the most ti rlkinricniare last uycuk- v 1 ftIiMICtti ESEEf LaFtFF4ii + ili4Cr CC STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST i E t Te IMttt 4j4IiIiI l33l hfW t34t1 POLITICIANS WORRIED j Unit Wa Drought to Hectic a Bet and tOe State Took all the Stake Money WllUamstown Ky March 2JSultwas brought in the grant quarterly court by D IJ Vest Thomas A Vest Melvin Snma nnd Lucian Beach to re- over on election bet made during the Into campaign kith Tobe Ore ellwell A Franks 1r J F Tomlin and I others Time plaintiffs alleged that I they hail money to time amount 5110 wagered on the election of ofII j bclland that time stakeholders who were republicans Dr J F Tomlln cing the principal one had turned the money over to the republicans In his decision Judge Westover de dared that the plaintiffs could recover the money bet but notII lorlcitellltoI had the money Immediately turned iit all over to the court lie also in formed all those connected with the wagers that they were liable to in dictment at the next term of the grand jury Several parties in the case are quite rominent Hen 1I Vest was demo static candidate for county clerk nt limo last county election leach is n1 constable und D A Franks run on tho republican ticket for representa the two years ago Dr Tomlin is one at time lendlllg citizens or lIt lwtan The decision has caused a gold deal of comment here us several other parties have peen talking of bringing suit to recover election bets TAYLOR LEAVES Ills Departure Given Iliac to a Re port flint IIU Fnmlly lit Going to Move to IonUvllle Frankfort Ky March 2W S Taylor went to Louisville last night It is said he went there to confer with Surveyor of the Port Barnctt and Internal Revenue Collector Sapp and Lieut Gov John Marshall on their return from Washington There is an unconfirmed report that Mr Taylor is preparing to move hf finally to Louisville A part of his psonal household effects was shiP- ped to Louisville yesterday and this gives the story credence in som quarters Itctrncted Ills Confennlon Sbepherdsvllle Ky March 24 Hob ocrt Stephens u Negro arrested 1 in Louisville suspected pt t icjpunlqr of EUeri Tnylgr liras bro fglit here and 1lodged in jail Stephens admitted the killing at first but retracted his con fession He said he wns concealed iin the loft of the barn where tho woman was murdered and when Itrnehbuhl a Swedish Ilaborer went in to gather ojgn time murder was committed Drachbuhl is in jail awaiting nn ex amining fetalI Companies Consolidated Frankfort Ky March 26Tim Ohio Vnlley Telephone anti Telegraph Con of Louisville and the CumberlandI Telephone and Telegraph Co have consolidated and have recognized the democratic officials The company filed new articles of incorporation i with Secretary Hill The capitalI stock of the company was increased 3000000 and is now capitalized atI 5500000 The fee for filing the ar tidies amounted to 3000 Indictment ARaluat L A N Lancaster Ky MarchI 29For vio hating the state law in failing to properly maintain their frogs anti witches in this county tho L S N railroad was indicted here on several counts TlmeyVtrU also indicted discriminating in freight rates om stcaTn coal for different local Indus tries Ten true bills were foundI j i against them for the two alleged1I j offenses Mayor Not Ousted Middlcsboro Ky March 20 The suit of W II ruttier against the city to sieuro recognition us mayor andI thnt of J F Uostworth to hold his 1111illgI i council anti 11 C Ford nnd M II Ithorvr elected In their places wns j I decided In favor of tho pctitioncis The city will appeal thin masc Kentnckj Wheat Fine Perryvllle Ky Mnrch 211h4- r wheat crop for 1000 In this sectionI will bp enormous as tle prospects were never so tine as ai present andl the acreage Is large Owing to the deep root it gained in ihe early fall I the freezes did not iujuro It precep I tlbly Youth Accidentally Shot I Iincvillc I Kv March 25 William I f Ilrusifull aged 18 accidentally shot himself throdgh tlc thigh Ho threw hip coat on n chair which dischargedl nrt the coat Itnlnril In Our Hour nmulcfnrt Ky March 23 Treas urer Wilbur Hanger received n check froia County Clerk IKills K Lawrence tat 51 which represents contribu tons to tho Goebcl nionuuiuut fund The money Mr Lawrence says was rulrod in Cutlcttsburg exclusively in one hour 1C in cry Wheal llurnl l- Maysvlllo Ky Mnroli 23 Oeorgpf Wood aged 30 years nn employe of Balls plow works was truck ontht hack oftbe J gad by n plcco of emery u heel tidti burst Ho will die 1 0 PAY UP OR QUIT The Renlck flanking Bill Will H f Unforced Unless It In Declared- UneonBtltatlonal tr Louisville Ky March 26OoY e t IJeckhnm having signed this Kenlck c f bill repealing the chatter of the Bank I tof Kentucky of this city and the De i 1 posit bank and Farmers bank nt +y t Frankfort these Institutions 131wr ii themselves under the alternative of tt- t quitting business or paying r otherII I otherI f they have been paying under the Hewitt f i law l The flank of Kentucky has issued a a i j circular calling a meeting of stock I holders for April 23 It states thntj unI the banks nfTnirs must be gi rdcd t against and some action decided upoii between now and May 1 LARGE ENTRY LIST fi lite Trottluirirce tcni of America i Are on lie l e OruR Lra of Prosperity I 1 Lexington Ky March GTbe 11th renewal of the 20000 Kentucky futu twv rljyfor tams of 1000 has just closed with the largest entry list in its hisKtory a total of 1487 nominated mares tJuKentuckassociation lies some bearing on tho result there Is said to lIe but one ex planation for this recordbreaking ten try and that is times ongexp cted haa come at luit and the trotting breeders 1 of America arc on the eve of an era of prosperity after almost a dec t ade of depression The entries are from all sections embracing 35 atatea arid territories Kentucky is naturally the heaviest nominator but the other states are liberally represented i PAID FOR A POSITION Fifteen Small Boy Ileaten Out et Ten Dollars Each By It iwjaBerg nt LonUvllle Louisville Ky Munch 24 Fifteen y small boys who had paid 10 each for en position as office boy to H L Berg filed Into that gentlemans of Ace in tho Columbia building Find flag that Mr Berg kind more than the usual number of office boys for one small office the little fellows com pared nota+ r hey found tIDtifl titono had paid 10 for time place ands concluded that things didnt loolc 4 right They went la n body to the oftjflee of the chief of police nnd told their story The detectives nre look lug for JJerg who it seems merely rented the office for a few days and advertised for nn office boy at 55 a week The 10 ho obtained from each under pretense that guarantee wax needed Soldier Given Extra ray Louisville Ky March 23A slight mistake on the part of Uncle Sam will profit the boys who served intha 1st Kentucky regiment during the SpanishAmerican war When the regiment returned from Porto Rico they were given leave of absence for two months This was not in the shape of a written furlough and thin authorities at Washington hate titccided that although the regiment t took advantage of the leave and was t 1 off duty the men will receive their two months pay just as if they had i been In service The mistake that kind been made was discovered by a i local lawyer rfled Men Were SeeklnK Love iLouisville Ky March 23 William Love n butcher doing business at First and Gray streets has been miss ing tines Sunday March 11 Miss Dora Staniford of 1330 Preston street is also missing Love leaves a horns in New Albany n wile and three chit dren Mrs Lava kind heard of herrhusbands alleged attentions to Miss Stanlford and she notified n lodge of llc l Men to which ho belonged They held n council nnd wont to Loves house with the intention of raising his scalp for his conduct Tare heard 1of their coming and skipped out Lora is to years old Had the girl 19 Confessed to Train Wrecking Hopklnsville Ky March 241111 lam Glover nnd Tom McCain colored arrested here confessed that thor wrecked the Louisville 1 Nashvlllo passenger train near Hopkinsviile on Tuesday night by placing fishplates on the track It was their intention to wreck the height train to loot Ah cars Snll for aria IIII Kv March ZFMayor J Hull Davidson who is to manage the American restaurant at the 1nrhi exposition n1 anid 11Xt ly week for Franye He siiys the rea taurnnt will be opened on April 15 I Charged WithHohhung Krolulit Car Ttichmond Ky March 25 JolmIIII Moore mid John Kmbry colored I in jail charged with becalming Into nid robbing freight cars in the L 5j yards In this city Stolen goods were found in their possession A gang of thlevfs has been operating hare nq An Ai vnneo lu AVnuea kc V4llddlo8boro Kv March 2SThe 1lrgipiaCoalt t lion CVit as raised the angaSo all its cipplijjca 121t per cent The ruse goes Into effect sell 1Arrll1 oi r I ra J 41 THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY MAROH 80 1900 A PARTYS OPrOKTUSITY The Danville Va Dee says that the I Republican party will of course bo I able to ratio a howling large campaign fund for corruption and other purposes I j but those who claim to read the signs oft gotneg backward One scarcely need be nbt I to read the signs of the times to discov er this filetit la in the air The pros ent session of Congress has proved dis astrd j to the Republican party whichI is far weaker than it was when thisI J I body met in December last At thatII I time everything wns going PrlSAnt McKinleys way aa had been the Tcse ever since the beginning of the CubanI war his reelection seemed then as certain as anything in the future of poli I tics could be Certainty has since however t changed to doubt and at this mo ment the chances appear to the candidl I j mind balanced rather in favor ot thet I RepublicanIL 1 any tacital capacity on the part of the Democrats Theso owe their I a debt of gratitude which they can never repay for the currency bill whichI was recently signed by the Presiden- and 1 which removes all danger of the agitation of free coining of silver at least daring the next administration I The Democratic party In BO far as ca I be judged from present appearances needs but to exercise ordinary sense in I order to carry this years election The i opportunity of a life time Is before it Will it have the wisdom to seize this I opportunity Will it have the wisdom to live up to its privilegeS I A State Primary 1 The following from the Elizabeth town News is commended to Democrats throughout the State for their thought ful consideration I The Democratic State Central Oom mittee should order a primary election 1 this spring or summer to nominate a candidate for Governor end tWo to send delegates to Kansas City The people are sick and tired of the unfairness trickery and corruption and fraud of i conventions and the primary is certain ly the fairest and most decent way toI secure the sentiment of the peopleI 1Georgia and Maryland have used the primary for a number of years and t 1hasgiven perfect satisfaction r USSIA TALKS ILL Lr 4Itmust bo acknowledged that Count MuravicfT the Russian Minister of For eign Affairs very boldly throws down the gauge of battle to England in tho remarkable Interview recently published in the Independence Beige of Brussels If this powerful diplomat is correctly reported it certainly will not be the fault of Russia if Great Britain is not soon forced into a war aimed at her very existence as a Power of the first class a According to tho interview thorp is a double temptation to precipitate this j EnglandjI presflion of tho Doers tho second being a that England is militarily decadent and therefore easily to be whipped What You Face Worth tcSometimes a fortune but never if I jaundiced on the skin all signs of Liver Trouble J But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Com plexion Only 26c at all drug stores HHMIV WATTEJISOJJ is quoted as saying J that If ho was allowed to namo the Dem ocratic nominee for President ho would J decline to do itIWHAT has become ot one Mr Macruui i with his charges of a secret Anglo Am erican alliance The American people are interested in that matter IT is announced that when Kentucky is divided into two United States districts Senator Vm Lindsay will bo ap pointed Judge of tho Eastern division by President McKinley THE Illinois Central Railroad Company and several others running into Tennessee Nave announced that no passes will be Issued to delegates to either the Democratic or Republica- State Conventions that are to be held NriMville A uniform rate of one cent per mile each way will be charged IT Is very hard to stand idly and see our dear ones suffer while awaitingth- n e val of the doctor An Albany Nr yrdairyman called at n drug store a doctor to come and see his child the n very sick with croup Not finding t doctor in he loft word for him to como at once on his return lie also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem1 which he hoped would give sow o relief until tIm doctor should arrive In a few hours ho returned saying tto tho doctor neednt como as the child was much better The druggist M- Otto r Scholz says the family has since CouJthRemedyuntil ho has a constant demand tor it from that part of the country For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickiaon and A Maw State Line druggists i LOCAL NEWS The Fulton County Fiscal Court meets next Tuesday 1 Tho gardens are being plowed and vegetables being planted The City Council will meet in regular session next Monday night The new creations of the milliners art are things of beauty and n joy forer er It isnt always labor that lgnntsit is what we think of between working hours Mr II M Moss a prominent oUt BoilingoSprings last week Tnere are many signs on every hand to remind us that spring time gentle Annie Is nearly hero- AUUTIOV AUCTION at BucTtsl Jewelry Store Saturday Kerr C Handle stock of Jewelry Capt Levi Bates is improving the property recently purchased by him from Mrs lingua on Carroll street Mr R M Islcr has just finished a nice cottage residence on Wabash street to be occupied by tint Win Colo The cost of the necessities of life are today on an average 15 per cent higher than they wore a year ago Hicks says March will close with lone of tho most destructive sleet storms of the winter in tho northern states Leas der OIlS been appointed on Gov Beck hams staff with tho rank of Colonel thetballot says an exchange of them who will use for curl papers The young people of Cayco have or ganized a minstrel company and will tonightnWhen a visa gets ready for n trip in five minutes it takes his wife throe Idnys to straighten up the house after him Tho windows of the dry goods and millinery stores arc beautifully decorat ed with all tho loveliness of a summer garden The project of Col Bernard Neal to build a railroad from Cairo Ill to Bir mingham Ala via Mayfield has been resuscitated Mr C M Adams has purchased tho residence on Troy avenue formerly oc copied by Mm Bettie Wilson and has moved there An exchange says that a corner has been formed in bibles There is also a hot corner prepared for those who are making the corner in bibles tom I will soil 3 Perfection Oil Burn ers complete for 1750 Only 3 for cook ing Bucks Jewelry Store t The English sparrow has found hits a mate and Is erecting his summer cot tage under the roof ot tho veranda where he will rear his family candidates for county offices In tGraves county have begun already to announce themselves The election will be held in November 1901 Uncle Sams bluebook now in press will be of 2700 pages and will show that there are now 200000 persons in the service of the government Mrs Joule Below tho wife ot Newt Below who resides near Alexander died very suddenly last Friday after noon of something similar to pneumo nia It is n source of great consolation t know that in the final adjustment o iaccounts we shall be given credit fo sayboutThe fellow who wears n necktie of wall paper designs or net oil cloth pattern isnt a thoroughly bad man a heart Perhaps his wife piled it up a bargaiusale lion Henry Burnett one of Padn cabs most prominent and progressive citizens and leading lawyers lion made np his mind to leave Paducah and lo in Louisville houseuuspring so see SWAYNE The Druggist Ho handles mixed Paint Oil Turpentine Var nishes Stains Hard Oil Finish Etc Prices right We are sorry to learn that Mr W W Webster of Fulton county near Moscow Is dangerously ill with omontais doubtful if ho can recover Dr Richmond has been called in con ulta iou by Dr John Mahan tho attend ing physician Clinton Democrat certainlyforgingtocouncil accepted the bid of the Clinton llghttngthoagreeing to furnish fifteen are at 00 per annum each or 50 incandescent lights at fO per annum each Graveled streets ore also being earnestly discuss ed I18tonishing mans work was found in tho fact that 600 girls and women are employed in the laundries of Pittsburg doing workcaat 4 and f5 a week for which menII 10tta thotI leis Wall Paper SprintStock selectiouFix your store up dont have neeyand tasty Change things arraud so as beee r the windows once in a whilo unless water is very scarce and drive a nulls into tho boxes that tho loafers whittle most the nails will cause them to break their knives and necessitate them to buy a new knife occasionally Perhaps n few nails sticking up in the counter would either prevent loafers sitting on tho counter or compel them to buy a now pair of pants occasionally and this would increase your clothing trade Take advantage of all these lit tlo opportunities to entertain your loaf cr friends and at the same time createi trade j vr if A GRAND DISPLAYItIt i OF r + f If HJowiH H pg Ifi I r IIMY 1 JOOKNOW COMPLETE and acallat the + 1 Pioneer WILL BE APPECIATED I have the nicest tact o- fFroes Fashionable Goodstl OIl ever brought to this inaricut and after tho Stock U broken it will be hun to duplicate tho Ivaji tug styles at the pntont prices I will be KInd to give my customers the benefit of the LOW w tr with which these goods were purchased SO ACCEPT A CORDIAL INVITATION and call early to MAKE YOm SELECTIONS I d- t c =tI t + H gL j 1cI oJ C Robinson Craieei Fate are receipt of a postal card from ChiWe stating that the body of ore Robinson Memgan known In Fulton as Robinson Crusoe on account of his notorious yarns had been found on the Theiwas found flOO in currency and several blapk diodes on the First National Bank of this city Tho handwriting on tho I postal surd strongly resembled that of I opiniont I that Merrigan halo and hearty wrot tho card himself lie never had four dollars at one time during his stay hi Fulton and if ho had 9100 ho probably found it since his departure irons Ken I tucky Fulton LeaderII For Love of LOHHtry At Manila recently during the production of an incendiary play entitled For Love of Country presented in the Tagalo language at the Tagalo theater the natives under tho influence of refer nce to independence became disorderly Finally quito carried away at tho flight i of tiro Insurgent finK on the stage they cried out Vivo Filipino and Vive Aguinaldo I The polico who were summoned restored order and arrested the manager of tho theater and the author of tho play The llatter IB the proprietor of u I Tagalo newspaper which WItH recently warned to moderato Its radical utter ance The American authorities had I forbidden tho production of the play CENSUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN Section 42 School Law provides that County Snpt shrill superintend tho cen sus taken luring the month of April by tho trustees Section 85 which provid that the trustees ot each district shell annually during tho month of thoIreside on tho first day of April who will be ou the first day of July following between the ages of six and twenty years and on or before tiro first day of May report a list of tho canto to the County Superintendent and a duplicate list to tho Clerk of the County Court to be filed agttho parents or guardians to bo kept in a book furnished him by the Stato and kept as tho records of his office It further provides that this enumer ratIon shallI be taken under oath nnd that a flue of fifty dollars attaches iis does liability to punishment for false swearing if tho names ot persons no entitled are added or a false list in oth crwlso knowingly made Tho follow tug special instructions will bo helpful 1 Enroll all persons who will bo six years old boforo July 1000 2 Do not not enroll thoso who aro now twenty years ol age or will becomeI go before July 1900 U Married persons when unddr 20 years aro to be enrolled Storeii CASH PRICE AtllDerg itFerI Haler IIFint Drown Leghorn wrg CO cents per setting of 13 afNI Itt tsox Ir BELl WASTED A reliable white woman can secure per waglIJ6yI Illaknun Ky j I POCKET HOOK LUST SOn Saturday night last some where or on the rood to my homo I lost a pocket book containing some mon ey and receipts A liberal reward for Its return R B BOEAKCR 1Oayce Oriental Parler If yon want a neat nice shave giveCallparlorMorning The shears are sharp and razors keen You find my shop neat and clean Como ono come nIl como largo and small- Trythot1oasorlalArtiets ono and all A L HOCKINO MBS J W JOHNSTON IIIIEEDKK OF High Cass ili1r GWYDQOU I Otto Milo South of Mayfield Address all mail to Mayfield Ky DISSOLUTION Tire partnership heretofore existing between Alex A Forts and Sam U Parker in the livery stable business lULl thfa day been dbolved by mutual con sent All persons Indebted to said firm will settle with Alex A Paris ALEX A FARTS BAM B PARKER March 1 1000 NOTICE r All persons holding claims against the potato of Goo Melts deceased nro hereby notified to present tho same tto- me properly certified to within tho next sixty days otherwise they will bo forever barred A A FAR1S March t9 1000 Adiur SALE NOTICE 1 will on TUESDAY APRIL Urd 10001 refl to tiro lsighoot bidder lit Us residence of the late W T Noouou 13 miles West Ky on tho twit Stato road tho following property to Horses Mules Cattle Wagons Buggy Ilarncjw Hay Corn Fanning Implements Household and Kifchcu Furniture tho growing wheat crop andI other property belonging to tho estate of the late W T Noonou YcrmeAll Bums under 600 crash I over t5 on a credit of 8 months noto with approved security MOLLIE F CAMPBELL ALJtOTEST InrcHtioii floes llRckwHrtl A recent i rlodlcul unnounctvt tho din covery or perfecting by Kentucky farmer of n variety of of coblesa corn the substitute for n cob being a pithy sub stance We have borne with mournful silence in tolerable patience with hul IOAB onto lifeless nunury tttock and bllghtlem pcarti but we rise to proteut against cobless corn IB tho wasting car of tho futuro to bo eaten with a spoon Y How fro wo to stop tho molno SN jug with n pithy substance And wherewith will the hired girl kindle tho t1ret We consider this a peculiarly ag gravated stop backward and if this thing goes on wo may expect grninlcfu hogsWeKentucky if ho iis ambitious to distin guish himself to try his hand nt propa gating talkies agents bloodless feuds or fraudletdi elections EVERYTHING ON WHEELS You have lost your head if you buy a Buggy Wagon Thresher Binder or Mower in fact anything in tho vehicle beforoJnspcctlnlft of the best goods on the market and prices tho lowettt A trial will convince you I also own Jewelry Store next door opticinvYours for trade WlwAitsLake Ky wgLti j a CJOiU i ruggIsts t yv 4 HEADQUARTERS FUR ChILL TONICS rt COUGn SYRUPS i AND roiljIYll ARu1OLHS1JT T s f PRESCRIPTIONS I I Carefully Compounded ii I fv 1 I I Bread I IS THE STAFF OF LIFE I Iii AMD TO OUT GOOD FRESH OO TO zits Jew + BakediI T Bread Cakes and Pies Baked a- rIL1AIQUAUT11tk Volt Dailyii I i Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates t and Candies Cigars and Tobacco Jjt FRESH OYSTERS 2a and OELERY RECEIVED DAILY I Hc 44Fresh Oysters served in any style and at all hour a t Como SCo Ua i Telephone BO jt New City Bakery 1 I + w 1 ii Jf f J J T11 Maestic OQnlng Eaages I The Best in the World Yen aHueI Make H MIStake In Buyiug One of tfoeee Ranges I One of its Strongest Points Is its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Z Bakes Biscuits in 4 Mlnntes Light Broad in 40 Minutes Baying n moans a lifetime of Economical OookJnl Call and Examine Tkceu Yeull Buy MS Other Mn Vvi B aaaVAacI- tr d HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IM ADLtkiIILI Nan TOM DILLON Sr Propr I Sarctitor Io H C Htmigt dKJ Marble and Granite Monuments CURBINGSTONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c ko Hiokman Ky W R WEBSTER DEALER IIN P1NIl KINiUOKY AND TIINNISSIlIl WIII8KmS QSOLE AGENT POR v 300oPeabody Olnb Bourbon4 OIII BREAD + Oily Majestic I Lincoln Old Standard County Lincoln B 00300II If SPECIAL OFFER DEAR stttI am enabled to sell and hereby offer you font rail quarts of IIOLLWOOD seven year old Doable Distilled RYE PREPAIDI to In eaUersotorymost liberal offer and I tralyWf 0 4 1 ia qL r r i r t f r lm n J 1 4 U U 1 r it td ++ + w + + i5r Q J 4UffC Ow I s aka S I 1 r UUroMtl Time Tublu N 0 St IJ B K LKATESi AnntVKH mlo No 63 tt 8i30 p n fral B Mo B a l 804 p n I mlILocal and Personal If you strike n thorn or row Keep ngom1 1I If It hails or if it mown Keep ngoin I Taint no nio to lit and whluo When tho fish aint on yonr lluo Bait ntryiuKoepI Mil Shnw was In Fulton Sundny Miss Jrtulo Islet U visiting Union City Miw Hlfy Noonon is visiting in Fulton v Frank Twigg of Fulton was in tho city Sunday Milton Kaiu of Moscow was in tho city Monday guTho Inrgcwl Stock of Spectacles lit BUCKS Mire Ircno Fart U visiting frioudu nt Terrell Tenn Will Davis of Union Citv wan in the city Monday John Hngnu tho anndy than spent Sunday in tho city lien Ilrnnhain of Woodland Mills MTU in the arty Sunday ftBrTako your Fowl and Gauze to SHAW t SHAW Tom Gardner of Terrell Tcuu wni in tho oity Sunday wilt D Jones of Woodland Mills true in tho city Monday Mr F W Kouor of Union City was tn the oity Monday Onpt Jeff talent of Tyler Ma is In lUckmim thl cook tionpbetterDr S K Daviduon will bent home next Monday April id1 Mm L A Stone It on ft visit to rcla then at Greenfield Tunn Poftttnnntcr Olio Kerlin of Jordan vtna on our streets Monday Mrs Sam Luton aid children vWt ed Fulton and MOMCOTT this week Mr John Roper of the State Line neighborhood wifl in town Monday Oiroult Clerk Morris in nbont today and tomorrow In the Lodgton section Mr Henry MoMullon returned this week from n visit to relatives at Grider Ark lira eorjlo F1oidat of l+ ultonI in visiting her aunt Mm W D Powell on Troy avenue ItJILmntrf call wtth yonr produce ijJgtqrorJ WUlloJMn Homo Luton has returned to her homo in Fulton alter a two weeks visit In Uiokmnn Mrs Lou Harper left Sunday for Fulton to take oburgo of her millinery atom at that place Kid A P Johnson will prcaoh at ML Hermon on tho Bth Sunday in April at 11 n m and at nignt ta Tho largest tookof Watches Jewelry nod Musical instruments In the city at Bucks Wo regret very much to hoar of the Illness of Mm Lizzie Clark and daugh ter Miss Gage of SUito Line Mr Mollie Ballew nnd Minn Susie visitingJudge iJNow stylo Hats for 89o Woll worth ink Fnrnbhlng good department Ricci NATLOK Mean Kobert nnrl Al McConucl and Arch Brovardof tho Jordan neigh borhuod were io die city Monl1IV Mr and Mrs Oscar Philips of Crutchfield visited tho family of II M Kenrby Saturday and Sunday last Tho ladles of tho C P Churoh their Coffee at the residence of SINS K Davidson Wednesday evening Mr Jno W Campbell of tho Oayce neighborhood was in town Saturday and honored the Courier olllco with n call Rov L W Russell pastor of tho Baptist church of this city attended tho Went Kentucky Association at Bard well last week Mm Dr T1 Bukor and Mm John Holland of Joncsboro Ark are visiting their parents Mr nod Mrs J A Stublw on Troy avenue Union City Com Courier Mus Bonnio Oarpeutcr of Hickiuau Ky is visiting her consul Miss Pearl Brown with whom she will remain several months I Perfume I Perfume I An elegant lino just received by SWAYNE Tho Druggist Prathor B Ourlin of this county who has been attending lectures at tho Louisville Medical College fur several months arrived in tho city Tuesday on tho steamer John K Speed Dr Dabnoy will preach nt the Pres byterian church next Sunday While the Christian church is being prepared services will bo held nt tho O P Church every Sunday Everybody invited Oarnthcrsvlllo Mo Democrat A y Walter and Misses 0 and Bollo Dun gnu and Mollie Benton of Hicknmn ICy came down on the Font Horohl- and are registered at tho Central hotel cIf you want Stylo especiallyQuality MISSES AND CIIILDRENS SHOES r U will pay you to see our lines WOE NAYLOR Owh Shoo Store L n J vIII hh e BALTZERJjDDSa If Grand Displayj andI Recold sakill Pis on New and Desirable Spring Merchandise In eviy Depart mont throughout our Storcjl Bargain Inducements and Money SavingiOpportunities 1 A B Wash Goo stFinn imported Egyptian Dimities A most desir 5cOurGinghams 1 lOcGlnghamH Mercerized Sateeni- n funoy and solid colors riuh 35eCIt4Standard CALICOES Kunoios Indigo Blues and Onrnot5eOur price DomesticGoodI l 5cOurprzeo Battenberg Stamped Patternsl Wo have a complete lint also tho Braids Buttons and Thread Lace Allover Black and White for YokisftKAi fft Q1 Sleeves eta Our prisepar yd vl Millinery We place on wale a largo line trimmed sailors all tho correct styles of 1000 Spring season Hats 5350fastidious 0111 ldUMdy Dresses A now dopnrturoohllWi Percale DrcjM 50eyeaNt Fashionable Silks M o show tho handsomest line in tho oity nil the now colorings in Taffeta Silks CRINKLE Slllffl WASII Silks also time new Lace Strlim Jpllkg Made50eIn all time now Woolen Fabrics also oomploto Una Wash nkirtfl strictly tailor ninth in tho newest fashions sonic plain and others richlyI appliqued Our prices cannot be matched in tho oisa Our Mae 0- 1Young Mens Suits 1150lrantlMBOYS KNEE SUITS with double lireant Vest size 10 to 14 years h of W A Lawson Mr W A Lawson a former well known citizen of Hickman died at tho home of his sontn law near Luxora Ark Friday the 23d of March of pnen mouia Tho deceased was born and raised in Obtou county Tenn and fort number of years was n citizen of Hickrnan He was an Indus drious bravo man and in his days of prosperity was a useful and liberal citi zen A sincere sympathy is oxtendsd to tho bereaved children ninny relative es and friends His life was not all sunshine but ho is now at rest with Him who judges all his creatures with jus tice and right Ohio Alberta the infant of Mr and Mrs S L Isbcll of St Louis died nt tho homo of her grand mother Mrs E O Monday lost The wounds of tho Death Angel upon tho hearts of tho fond parents can only appeal for comfort to Him who said Suffer little children to como unto mo for of such is the king dom of Heaven Tho first great sorrow to these loving young parents and may God temper tho grovlou affliction to their eternal benefit While In Town Call in at E E Reeves Si Oofl and so his nice lino of nnd Buggies Young Mens 17 in Buggies uro now out of sight Both young ladles nnd married ladles are invited o Helping Porto Ricans The Administration anticipated tho action of Jongros4 in appropriating f2 000000 for the relief of the Porto R cans and the work of relief is already under way A million of dollars has already bebn placed at tho disposal of Goy Gen Davis Rations will bo this tributed and public work provided Ii l r t Ladles Neck ycnr We show tiiis season a collection in Silk and Chiffon Neckwear 50OoloflfbI 00WlthG5CrageFancy1j Muslin Und vicar OnndOOfinShirt WaistshnndsoLhnoWo show a of Ladies Silk and 50thoAlso tho prettiest line of Wash Waists to be 250iuLadle and Misses KidJ1Ladies Moves with two clasps all iVKfOuru Pulley Belts iiM Made or Patent tfeatha and all shades of Satin lVYteth 50 to 75c W Corsets Best makes roMa THOMPSONSnnd AMER JUAN LADY II iSefibirSOc Summer Corset BOYS SUIT Jan- eHopkins 150 I J BALTZER DODDS D S rJ7 Death energetic daughter Campbell Carriages specially beautiful rf + ELLISONS SuppliesSTORE have what the farmers want Hay Corn Oats Bran Cot i tonsecd and Meal on hand t in L P W S W L McCutchen Dead The isi bowed in sorrow be cause of the death of of ono of our most honored nnd beloved citizens Mr W L McOutchon who died nt his homo in Hickman Sunday evening last Ho was truly a good man actuated in life by tho best and noblest motives end always willing and active in those things best for his and follow men Ho was as old mid n zddou tillcdTlth our in ull thouw best Interests nnd his coming and going amongst us will bo sadly missed by friends und by tho wholo people God bless his memory his kindly deeds will live after him nnd serve as holy incense Iin tho lifo to conic Ho was n devoted husband nnd parent n true friend an honest citizen and as we believe a sin core Christian man Words cannot ex press tho full meaning and feeling of those who loved and honored him Tho farmers are gutting ready for sowing oata and breaking corn laud J i Make They have double seat and knee Price to u TheyWant your Trade Always always Leaders Staple and Fancy Groceries iLt Ellison community neighbors QIIckD pwpKT S Mrs 650 I 1EAUIIES HAULY INJURED I Other Fruits have Stood the Colt Veatker of the Winter Sea sea Very Well A reporter of tho Courier was Informed that the cold weather had destroyed most of tho peach crop Ho said if wo have no further weather to Injure them nothinglikenot damaged KO far and with a fair sea superbundanco oxtvption of the luscious peach Tko Open Door Avfay across tho ocean toward tl land of tho celestial empire appears n little cloud which may yet give us tro ble China seems disposed to shut ti open door OB our trade Already o of our warships leis been ordered there probably to bo followed by ti Itual So unless there is only t bluff heir isg plaved China will soon become t scene of interesting eveuts a I no Some Sell CheapI IIISHAWSELLSI I i I QoodscEC I- I3pring VE COME and are still coming consequently time stock I unsalable in Summer which wo have neither wish nor room to holdover II MUST BE SOLD I COME SEE USand wizen you leave another will bo add to our 1 long list of references ledSPECIAL BARGAINS IN OXFORDS and SPRING SHOES i OF ALt KINDS pThe Latest Styles The Best zit tr Tile Lon es Vt i f O ARE TO BE FOUND INII s Drew Selby Shoesr Oxfords Slippeis The Worlds Best For 8300 250 and S200 + i frI 1 i 7 STOREXAYLOB j I l l W1 J IE C 111 JJEJ- JIfft J ft tIJ i J II JJ ii It J J J J J 1 1CDpl1 r Stock of the Four Great Banks of the World Bank of England 86047935 4 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 rJ Bank of Russia 25714920 Total 1176822855 FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO FOR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES Dec 31 1899 30i844537 lor 125021682 more than the combined capital of these famous banks t The new form of polio of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A MuCurdy President provides i FirstThe SECURITY 301844537 of assets Second PROFITABLE INVESTMENT Jhlrd LfiJERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED Extended term insurance in case of lapse Automatic paidup insurance without exchange of policyJ zoLiberal surrender values I One mouths grace in payment of premiums tFor further tinformation apply to 3 lieEISCOE HINDMAIST Genl Agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville Ky E R ELLISON AL PARISI Agents a i I beIIQKMAN KYq i I ofI tI 4- i t t d 71 A JtfJL a f t- il tt1 Ii IitJIi f 1 s k d a DUTIES OF PARENTS Dr Talmages Advice on the Bring ing Up of Children 0 The Onagcri and Temptations Which Surround the YuangYeoeulty- of AVlie Tralntngitcapon- slbllly of Mother Copyright 1900 by Louis IClopsoli This discourse of Dr Tnlmagc willl Interest young men while It is full oft advice and encouragement to parentsI who are trying to bring up their chil dren aright text Proverbs 101 A wise son mnketh a glad father but n foolish son Is the heaviness of hisI Ljther In this graphic way Solomon sets forth the idea that the good or evil be havior of children blesses or blights the parental heart I know there ore persons who seem to have no especiall interest In the welfare of their chit dren The father says My boy must take the risks I took in life If he turns out well all right it he turns out ill he will have to bear the consequences lie has the same chance that I had hi must take care of himself A shepherd might just as well thrust n lamb into a den of lions anti say Little Iamb take care of yourself r Nearly nil the brute creation arc kind enough to look after their young I was going through a wood and I heard n shrill cry in n nest I climbed up to the birds nest and I found that the old bird had left the brood to starve But that is a very rare occur rence Generally a bird will pick you c eyes out rather than surrender her young to your keeping or your touch A lion will rend you if you come to near the whelps even the barnyard fowl with its clumsy foot and heavy wing will conic at you if you approach Its young too nearly and God certainly intended to have fathers and mothers ns kind as the brutes Christ comes through till our house I Iholdsvtoday and lie says You tak care of the bodies of your children and f the minds of your children What arc you doing for their Immortal souls L liftL sengers were in the wnter A mother with one hand beating the waves and the other hand holding her little child h outh sioned cry is the one that finds an echo in every parental heart in this land today Save my child That man out there says I have fought my own way through lift I have got along tolerably well The world has buf feted me and I have had many a bard struggle It doesnt make much differ 1 1oncewhnt Iiapcpns to me but save my child You tee I have a subject of stupendous import null I am going as t sdddjmay helpmejtOsliow time cause oft parental solicitude Dud then the alley 4ationsof that solicitude Tho first cause of parental solicitude I think arises from the imperfection of parents on their own part Vie nil somehow want our children to avoid our faults We hope that if we have any excellencies they will copy them but the probability is they will copy our faults and omit our excellencies Children are very apt to be echoes of the parental life Some one meets n lad In the back street finds him smok i ing and says Why I am astounded at you Chat would your father say- if he knew thlsV Where did you get that cigar Ohl picked It up on the 1 street What would your father say nnd your mother say if they knew this Oh he replies thats noth I notIour children copy all our example And that Is the cause of solicitude on the part of all of us We have so many faults we do not want them copied and stereotyped in the lives and characters1 1ofthose who come after us Then solicitude arises from our con Kdons Insufficiency mud IIl1wl dom of discipline Out of SO parents there s may be one parent who understands how thoroughly and skillfully to dis cipline perimpsnot mfyo than onoout t of 20 We nearly nil of us err on one i I Itiil1e or on the other Here Is n father k who says t am going to bring up II I my children right My sons shall know hlng but religion shall see nothing 1 1Jlotreligion und hear nothing but re They are routed out at six In the morning to recite the 111iglqn They are wak tIp from the sofa on Sunday night the Westminster catechism I bedroom walls arc covered with i religious pictures and quotations of inripture timid when the boy looks for I the day of the month he looks for it In a religions almanac Jf n minister i ones to the house heIs requested to i take the boy aside and tullhlm what a great xinncr he Is It Is religion m- ornIinllnodn I nnd night 1ime pusxr on and the parentsareI waiting Mr the return MUle tfoh nt right ItIs nine oclock it In ten y deloek kh 11t oloo1 it is 12 ocloeI it is hol past 12 oclock Then they hoar n rattling of the wight key and l cargo comes in and hastens upstairs lest he be accosted Ills father eayBj irorge where have you been lie says ty have been out YII lie link IIPCII out zinc he liny iccn down and he linn slnrlefl an the bond rood to run for this life nnd ruin far the life to vomi and the father sniH to his wife Mtthor the Ton oinnmndmcntH arc r failure No use of WestmiuKterce hlRin I have do no my very best for that boy Just ace how lie lens turned Cltto Ah my friend you stuffed that symTi pn IllJwlth inuuucnt hilarities You hod no common seas A man at mldllfc amid to mo I hav+ nt much dcsirefor rr jtigion jrv falHftrrn fis good itinan t irrr shed bus llie jammed religion nn my timroats Olt f suns nt oruntl1 I er t dlsauste with It nnd Havent a f t wanted any of It since That father erred on one side Then the discipline is an entire fail ure in ninny households because the father pulls one way and the mother pulls the other way The father says My son I told you III ever found you guilty of falsehood again I would chas tine you and I am going to keep my promise The mother says Dont Let him off this time Now the father nnd mother arc wait tag for the son to come home nt night It is 12 ocloek it Is half papt 12 oclock it is one oclock The son comes through the hallway The father says My son what does all this mean I gave you every opportunity I gave you ell the money you wanted and here In try old days I find that you have become n spendthrift a libertine and n sot The son says ow father what Is the use of your talking that way You told me to go it and I just took your suggestion And so to strike the me dium between severity anti too great leniency to strike the happy medium between the two and to train our chill circa for God and for Heaven is the anxiety of every Intelligent parent Some go to work and try to correct all this nnd the boy Is picked at and nturnycs is ruinous There is more help In out good thunderstorm Uinn In lire days of cold drizzle Better the oldfashioned style of chastisement if that lw neces nary than the fretting and tie scolding nannyI solid tude sometimes because our young pet pie are surrounded by so ninny temp- tallest A castle may not be taken by a supposecin the night he shoves back tho bolt youngo1toes within Who does not understand il Who is the man here who in not aware of the fact that the young pco plcof this day have tremendous tempta tionsSome nmn will como to the young people and try to persuade thorn that uprightnesseare nsigii of weakness Some man will take a dramatic attitude anti he will talk to the young man and he will say IYou must break away from your mothers apron strings You must get out of that puritanical sunlightt Jacket It is time you were your own plaster You are verdant You are green You are unsophisticated Come with me Ill show you the world Ill show you life Come with me You sad to seethe world It wont hurt you After awhile the young man soy Well I cant afford to be odd I cant afford to be peculiar I cant afford to ac9i lice alt my friends Ill just go and see for myself Farewell to Innocence which onoe gone never fully some back Do not be under the delusion that because you repent of sin you get rid forever of its consequences 1 say farewell to Innocence which once COliC never fully comes back Oh how many traps set for the young Stylexot temptation just suit ed to them Do you suppose that n man who went clear to the depths of dissi pation went down in one great plunge Oh no At first It was a fashionaCto hotel Marble floor No unclean pictures behind the counter No drunken hiccough whita they drink but the click of cat glass to the elegant sentiment You ask that young man now to go Into some low restaurant and get u drink and he would say Do you mean to insult me But the fashionable and the elegant hotel Is not always close by and now the young man is on the downgrade Further and further down un til lie has about struck the bottom of the depths of ruin Now he is In the low restaurant The cards so grenll you can hardly tell who has the bra hand Gambling for drinks Shutfi away shuffle away The landlordi stands in his shirt sleeves with his hands on his hips waiting for an order to fill up the glasses The clock strikes 12the tolling of the funeral bell of a soul The breath of eternal woe flushes In that your mans cheeks In the jets of the gas light the fiery tongue of the worm that never dies Two oclock in time morn- Ing and now they are sound asleep In their chairs Landlord comes around and says Wako up wako up Tlmn to shut up What 7 suy the young man Time to shut up Push thorn all out Into the night air Vow they arc going home Going house Let th wife crouch in time corner and the chit dren hide under the bed Whnt was the history of that young man He began his dissipations in the barroom of a Fifth avenue hotel and completed hisI damnation in she lowest grogshop Sometimes sin does not halt In that way Sometimes sin even cornea to th drawingroom There are leprousI hearts sometimes admitted In tIme highest circles of society He is so elegant ho is so bewitching in his manner he 1 n so refined he isso educated no one sits pects the sinful design but titter awhile tho talons of death come forth What IH time matter with that hoiue The front windows have not been opened1 for six months or a year A shadow has come down on that domestic hearth shadow thicker than one woven of midnight and hurricane The agony of that parent makes him say Oh I wish I had burled my children whip they were DcIntlsmall iI In tile family 2 No Madness No Some villain kidgloved and diamond ed lifted that cup of domestic bliss un til the sunlight struck it and all the rainituwM played around the rim nnd1 then dashed it into desolation and woe until the harpies of darkness clapped their Lands nnd nil the voices of tho pit mllcreA a loud Hn ha TIll statistic hi newer been made u In these great cities of how many have been destroyed and how many boauti ful homes have been overthrown If the statistics could bo presented iIt would freeze your blood in a solid jcakp ntyoHrhcart t Ou ft great rides nrfiiirl i of tcmptatkths and to vast multitudes of parents these temptations becora n matter of great solicitude But now for the alleviations Irai of all you save yourself a great deal of trouble 0 parent if you can early watch the children and educato them for God and Heaven Time fleet five years of my life made me an infidel said Tom Paine A vessel puts out to sea and after it has been five days out there comes a cyclone The vessel springs a leak The helm will not work What is the matter Is it not tea worthy Can you mend It now Ills too late Down she goes with 230 pas aongers into a watery grave What was the time to fix that vessel What was the time to prepare it for time atorm In the drydock Ah my friends do not watt until your children get out into the world beyond the Narrows and out tqolatetheir manners The dr dock of the Christian home is the place Correct the sin now correct tho evil now Bogie early with your children You stand on the banks of a river and you try to change Its course It has been rolling now for 10ft miles You cannot change It But Just go to the source of that river go to where the water Jufitt drips down on tho rock Then with your knife make n channel limb way and n channel that way nod It will take It Como out and stand on tho batiks of your childs life when It was SO or IP years ct ngc or even JO and try to change the course ol that life It is too Intel It firI too Into Go farther up nt the source ol life anti nearest to the mothers heart where the character starts and tryt to take it in the right direction JIlt oh my friend be careful to make a line a distinct line between Innocent hilarity on the one hand and visions proclivity on the other Do not thin your children are going to ruin because they make n racket Alll healthy children make n racket But do not laugh at your childs ain because J It smart If you do you will cry after awhile because it la maUqjSua jlle member It Ila what you do more thun what you say that Is going to affect your children Do you suppose Noah would have got his family too Into the ark if ho staid out No Ills Sons KQnllgIntowrong Father wont go in If fa thcr stays out Ill stay out Aft offi cer may stand in n castle nn lldk oI upQii an army fighting butt ho don not be much of an officer ho cannot excite much enthusiasm on fit part of his troops standing In n cotc Ion a hilltop looking oft upon the lb- tit is a Garibaldi or a Napoleon 1 who leaps into the stirrups and dashes ahead And you stand outside the Christian life and tell your ahldrm to go In They will not go Bttt you dash on ahead you enter Ule king dom of God and they lhcmejvothvjil 011nave1111pIIIloneranlorganhave it open while you arc bavins prayers If you say I cannot song Mruct a prayer I nm slow of Jifwcch and never could construct a prater then take Matthew Henry prayers IwnyqIbook There is noticing better than that Put it down on the chair gather your children about you and commend them to God OU1 It will not amount to anything It wit long after you are under the soil That son will remember father and mother at morning antI tenlng prayers and it will he a mighty help IxiralotSaycHere Lord I nthalt my imptrftc lions of discipline and government here arc these immortal muke them thine forever The angel that re decmeth us from all evil bless time luds ItRa Htupcndoti question to ak but I must ask it Are all your children safe A mother when time house wian on fire got out time household gootU many articles of beautiful furnitijpK reethe children safe When tin cjo manta arc molting with fervent beat and God shall burn the world up and rewinduamid the mountains mud the valley srt wljl your children be safe I wonder If the subject strikesI a chest In the heart of any man who had Christian parentage but has ptht yoitkernbrihtimiieancestry Oh yes says our mtfu It there ever wax n good wnrnin trty antrhtelnwearied It she got weary the nrvnv thelcHH was wakeful and the rnecff ayiIwhent IIrntlItgo astray what a grief it nay to hejv hearta iAll the scene roans bnk You resti m tIAtnhloIIWjtoneRyou now not by the formal thjp witn+ which we nddro s you saying MrtpI hHonornhlliithis j11SfthCj I calla you by this mon ing thc t Ids Inrigott my wandering boy Turn into poll pof righteousness I nm waiting f j5 you at the gate OJi v Ci qr brought you hare thin morning m have that memory revirCi and j jdiotit tfpvfard ih tliTJngi Angel t nod send forward tho Lens inM The dead Is nlivtMing ntaln 14 ffl the lost ia found ITS MANY FAILURES The McKinley Administration tins liteR nt Variance vrllh True American Irlnclpleit MeKlnleyu administration camo into power as the result of a campaign in Ahlcli nil the then who opposed him and the views for which his party stood were described us anarchists as men who did not stand by the consti tution at time United States and dan gcrouK factors in public lift What has been the result We have had the McKluloy admin istration nail It has turned out to bll the one administration that political history records which lint been ready at nil times to sacrifice time constitu Lion of the United Staten to the immediate needs of politics A few days ago this administration forced through the house of represent mires a bill for the government of Porto lUco which In an absolute negation of everything for which time constitution stands It means that congress by und with the influence of time president feels justified in netting aside the constitution In lIgnoring ab solutely that constitutional provision which declares that taxation shall be uniform throughout nil of the United States and is ready now to fix a plan of taxation for our dependent terri tories which they dare not apply to till territories within the borders of the Inltfd States Three years ago tho New York Jour sal took a manly magnificent anti In spiring stand In behalf of free Cuba Time editor of time Journal and the rrnd er of tho Journal must know how tined It was to compel President MeKlnley to take up this light MfiKlntoy at that time as ut this time wan dom ttuted wholly by time commercial lassesby mon who would Mcrlfico hnnorI1i8crlt1cotheir own pockets But after all the political problems which confront the people of the Unit ed States are not sq greatly International issuesl ns they arc home and domestic Issues There ore people sanity of them In the republican party and I am afraid tome In the democratic party who would like to divert alien thou from the crying evils which exist in our own land to questions of Inter national policy I hope that they will not be able to accompli this end We have here today certain domestic problems which demand intention and tpvhtch if not solved will result In the ruin of the nation The greatest per haps of these Ila the question of trusts and whether rightly or wrongly I feel that It is fair to call attention to the fact that whatever may be thet dec laration of time republican platform on the question of trusts It has been un der time McKinley administration thud fyho trusts have had their mmt extraor dinary development To put In n few words what I thing In She opinion of the men with whom 1 nm associated in democratic party work about the McKinley admtnlxtra lion it Ii thin- Controlled by the money power With Kngland in the fight pgalnst the Somitml African republics Imperialistic and desirous of hiorwis JftiffJIre army Wholly unfriendly to time working classes Aristocratic nt every point The political movement with which laIn nMOcIntcd rests on democracy and on tthe surer republican and the I 1populace hut nevertheless I that vfbtn men of this ttype hollreII to be with us show absolutely without anysort of sym pifthy for time principles of liberty ni lipid down by the constitution IMis tin duty of the democratic party to repu elate them cost then ontto destroy hem so far ns may be possible e 7 u does not teen necessary far me to say njorgtimnn this I think Hintt the cnlmctd tthe folfTnndHire thus gr or lime McKinley ndmlnl trntlort sill rest on time tendency which President Mc Kfnlpy has mnulfcutcd to strengthen the military force of the government sio ignore time constitution to dlavow lho Dcclnrntlon of Independence and to not up In this union an oligarchy which stimuli ovcrthrovy the repiibllc W J Abbot In N V Journal I fIn the spring the young tunas fancy lightly turns to thoughts of 4i Cf npd tho lilrdlota tune timslr voice Yale Irf tho leafy boughn above In i iia prang Mark Hnnnn fancies that fJ d lmn tUttt ha began to Cat round n to the favoredl with lilt little fry VTlOmnhll Worl1lC1I d r J1 NV w WATCH THEM CLOSELY Tho Hf tnbllcan line and Cry icnlnil- JllrKlHlri 1 May lie ill n Trick The MoKlnley organs are filled with republican protest against the carry- Ing out by tbe managers of the party of the personal Imperial policy of the president Every issue contains something like tho following from a prominent re publican senator of representative I anipopposvd to the Porto Ideal tariff bill In UN entirety I am un comprornlnlngly opposed to time shipI subsidy hill tho president IIs violating tho constitution the downfall of the republic will unto from time adminis tration of William McKinley andI other denunciation of Imperialism etc One would suppose that with alli this hue nnd cry that a large number of prominent republicans ore upon the point of abandoning Mr McICIn Iicy limit IU Iin nil dour for effect nod 1lit part of a scheme to again deceive tutu 1 betray tutu people uf the Tutted SUitcw as they were deceived and hrtrayod In 1800 Ilea IH the tNt Do say of theme vote npmlnut the McKinley pouts on the floor of oon gross Indeed not The record show that nil of thorn fall Into line and rat their own douunolatlotin liven that once grand old man Hoar whot e team have boon creating n political1 freshet throughout the country who was accused of harking Agulnaldo announces life doltrmlHntton to vote for William MoKlnlry Is It the party hatch that IK so polling No It IIs the voice of nil poekct the fear thatl principle will relegate them to bins Ir bread and soar beer Tbe tlosh Sat s of the rripuhllenn party of time triiHUi i I syndicating combines banns andI nioneylrndcm twist their rubber necks away from Justice equity and lllMsrty and while their mouths spout the smoke of virtue morality and pa triotlim the gaittrlo Juice of their tomnclm the only hurt they ens- sees ilrlveU with the MoKinleyHan na Itookohller nutrlnienl These men have not the nonrngp of their convictions or elite they lire ar rant hypocrites Uriah deeps weeping over the wrongs of mankind arc help ing to create greater wrongs They agitate for agitations sake anti cover up their rank corruption with a filmy veil of virtue and patriotism whichI should not deceive anyone Whenever a republican is found denouncing Mc Kinley or any policy of the managersI of the republican party a glance be hnd the segues will expose the Itoman augurs working the strings that work the Delphic oracle- COMMENTS OF TilE PRESS Pcrluiptt protectionistI like Bonn tor llanna see no use tn expan Mon if they cannot have colonies to exploit Indianapolis News Mr Bryan lint quit making BpncohoM He no doubt Ihlnlw it Is1 IIMOWI to tvorlt while the enmity In doing so much for hlni lndlnnnpolli Noun If tie Ircsfrtent McKinley1 sayst- ime Filipino are the ward of the nation poor little Porte Rico mustt regard hrnwlf as it doubtful ward Albany Argil If Porto liven Is Amorlenn terri tory ft IKI unlcnvfiil in levy taxes on Its products II It IH not American terri turf It In unlawful lor us to levy taxes on its irpnrdtemphla Com mercialAppeal I When list republican brgln their cnmpnlgii flits year they will br called upon to defend Algorism Gage Ism Iluiinalnin unAinorlMnlim the IIay7auncifotc treatyI t n secret Urlt Uli nlllnnoo Itime Porti Rico robbery triintH amid ImperlallHin Chattanooga Timoj 1rc the people nnd the consti tution In control or nre the trusts and the Chinesewall tariff the prln elplc of protcrtlon ln control This IH the essence the real pith and point of time Porto llicn qucntlon The to lit anti the people Inivo grappled fo the November bout Hi rum Inghn Ala AgeHerald hill The tvpnimlon of our territorial dominlnn sander the administration ol William McKinley Is Imperialism anill nn linp rlHllnm more Intolerant nore yppresilveaitchmore false to Its pledges than the Imperialism of Kritnln= of ivbiiti Joseph thnmberlnin Is the arch u feet anti Cccl llhniirs the urineI hilMn llochftiter Heru1 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS The pjnjuit crop of 1B9U lIs acath 1000000 bushels heavier titan the crop of 1608 Horses were introduced into Kgypt by the ShcphctdI Kings loan than 170C B C No horse figures appear on the tHrly monument of Kgypt It leas laces discovered that n lot or expensive furniture In the capitol nt Washington supposed to bo solid ma hogany is only thinly veneered with that woodtThe sum of Cft37 000 line been ex landed In Now Jersey making 4 0 tattoo of good triads MussaQhiiNotti bus spout 3037800 on 850 miles which lire as perfect an any highways In Kuropc Buffalo with a population ol 400 000 expended 173840 on the pant last Ilochcstur with 175840 people sillsiabout 125000 Inhabitants paid out more than 300001- Tlio street cnn of Havana ore hetttr cumbersome oldntyle care drawn lyr three ponies one in the lead of A f pan nt tho doublotrea nil of them hitched too far front tho cur for econ ilttltebeasts or successful bundling by tin I driver Tho original copy of the dcclnratloit of Independents IIn no longur to Im seen by tho public lieonimo oxj0 ure to tho air and light has made limit text nnd signatures almost Illogiblr limn dooumont in now kept In u ante in the library of tho stale dapartmon at Washington and It U believed that tho failed lass are recovering tome of flair color The Chicago fire of October B nail 0 NiT 1 burned over about 3Vfc iiqimn attn destroying 17450 building killing MO persons rind rondorlngg OS MO homolnw rime lens was over fioo QQO tt the most destructive firo ever knows In time Boston fire Novcmlwr Q iSTt over sot buildings were burned loft fS8000WO In thn Plill adelphla fire July 9 1650 3C7 liousea were destroyedl A RIDE IN A NIGHT SHIRT lluitiiirunk Inrlilrnl nt VIIIIm the Onnqnrror Iaeape tree a Maud uf tualas AlHMIf several iHcidpHU of Time lloyhowfl of rke CoHfjuerer related bjf Adtlo K UrpeH It this aoaouH of a InMtdgkt Iitgkt One of thi+so Rkeotlugnmtohpt near lyI neat hum his life He wan about Iyear okl whmi IH early nitmmor of the your MtT lie went with a large train of friWMl amid Mtt H4lant to shoot at Valegttcl IH those days there wore grout fort covering the tills and valley nrewtd Ynlogne and as thaw forests were full of gamut the young duke and his nests vxpeotrd to en lay Umentselves They ffirmca wlargiy r annlodge whore they could IIn the town THfe left tics duke with only n feurierv anUiin time castle In theinlddleof thu night he was suddenly awakenod by aloud knocking and time houUitg of soma one mounting the stairs to histshnmbor He lUtcned arid reoognlzcd the voice of Gullet a strolling buffoon whom he knew very wall and to whom be had frequently given little trlllcm Ply ftt shouted the buffoon Ullllam thou art lout Fly sweet friend Thy munlerer ire coming I saw them Fly or thou wilt be taken William had been through too many dangers and hind hind too many narrow eoapcK to neglect uch a warning lie believed that tlnllet though hut a font poke the truth lie sprang tram him bod and In hits nightdress with only a short cloak flung ujx n hU houldnr dashed downstairs and Into the court yard Pehrap he heard the onnd nr armed men apjtronchlng pcrhojm he staled to hoar nothing more in order In rrtiltre ids danger at all events hn retard tho first horse he could find leaped upon it bnrebuck and rode for his life Not a moment too soon He had lettuce gnllojHd out of the courtyard before several armed omen hurrledlr rule into It Oftllot mot them at the entrance HP had neon them a short time before from ids hayloft at the Inn when they wore preparing for their murdrrou orrniul nail whonca tan hind run to warn his sweet friend William He knew them nnd their pur pone Hn hill ho cried with mail glue youre late iny sirs youro Into the duke In goncf William Is flat IInrktohilthim pass a hind night he will make you MC nn 111 day And then he ca pered derisively about them St Nicholas Victim mt Strategy Wife George are you going to the slab tonight Husband Yc ray love fronlly ont curl to go but t1r tin import taut meeting and It would hardly do for mo lo absent iiiynrll What time do you expect to return home Hy 11 oclock at time latest Well on your way Just atop for meat tho Woman Twentieth Century club on Keener street Ill lye KJlroA to wnlt fur o1HloJunonel bis patch Offlrlnl ImllKtintlon rtrpurse wan with it Df rcoUy behindI her not 20 yards dwny rastand n poliuiMimn who had witnessed time crime She turned to him nry ins frantically llobberl fohbclut puticemngnlSay ho orlnd Dont you yell Rubber at mo Ills Indignation was but uutural for wnnlt it t ids duty after all to tblugultbllulJlhlalfIt 4- r V M 1Jr i + r r t 0 L J L T rt Ui J J o t i L t J Teeth Male froth Paper papier nrvihe ere tie latest IK dentistryIIly a peculiar prntru they troK tendered better than any othrr material Ilillcr teeth may be fine but w will t entur that mOlt peoplo prefer their nwn and tilia may hut be actor tdlabed bI keeping th- aInaoh hselthy withI cttrrs StoinseJI of Hitter Thu adUifeu pipe tmaoh 1 variably Jests 1 lie tofb The UiUel1l w- istns nII and blliouaarunNit Nnmlpr Ho Hinrllnl It A eomittmisl tnrtUr whow wire It one of t we woiMit woe borrow trouble Itldiw trlsilia wife waiver annum about him and felt Certain that he would fall a victim to IIIWVIlIrDtoo red him to carry a Rule lump of Cuds in eenlagnnNaturallyl ely re a ruled to lloo undo the permanent abode of auplJ a peniiUjitffder lien ho came plonk trim hla trip he sal d to lull wife theim1ltlnltlonI Mnellcti siaftlida the whole time 1 wa i 1011111 rIt wrnmt Imtcitutwn at all quietly re 1 1pitttfthe wiu1 little woman I aewed a bit f of nwOtWa In the corner of your ooat I ftrtyou went swsyl 001IlJnlllatl Scimitar LIGHT j The very first requirement of tile prlinUIre man Is food the next cloth iiifj the noxt shelter and then tin passes from the rcqulruinonts of the jmrcly animal holy to those of a little higher plane and demands light and lirut and companionship In the proc ear of evolution the very first evidence of a development beyond the animal toge in which man was a carnivorous beast of prey killing and devouring raw anlmaU less strung than himself was the employment of the for heat cookingIt have so fashioned adult man that hr tUhhotn pass as much of the time In sleep as she has given user to dnrtniesr and till1 tornrrcott hi fault In hlI- atrtctnrethntforutltim e man has devoted a largo part of hla energies tof ward producing means lor nrllllolnllllumlnntllR which would lengthen the day and shorten the night The demand for light iIs as natural a demand as Uml for food An cvl dene nf the lad that this IIs M natural demand is tho rapidityI wit which any ImluMry amp plying a witlsfarlory light grotviu Perhaps the larg rat Industrial concerns the world are engaged IIn the work of dlsjwdillg tht darknrH after the HUB bucavd tOllhlnu A niurv4lousiitwch m nail oesippunttwlllu Jt etlIfI- Iuh e nPT a gBs JxAlsraaln ftflWB tiMni lllt IIIIIIH In + ting vnlucof unlumry gas wu tkovTrcil1 liy HerMrnl atI a small NorthI rtrnllM vilbixi mi May Ill in Nfllliniir w tinni with UK diuotcr until IMS when a rout pany to exphMt It Val Innurd lute torn t Irl t dulltlllllllIlalli I in thu imliistrial luutur nf AimNfn TIll new Miliftuiicir Carbide In np pnaranre reMMiiblus dark granite run- eta I urdinarlly crmv hrall the pkcrsnur- age almiit the sire nf egg roal Carhftle in Inert will nut liiirn Is non Indnnv innble nnd nan Itt handled In uuy quan tity with perfect snlity Calcium Car tilde IK irmluciil by the fusion nod re duction In an electric furnace or a mix turn ot tlnely grouiul uuu 1nUalatcl inlxrdllnif and cnkr There have IIPCII piMed andI prr nouncnl knit by the Bon nIl 01 Itrt In i nrnnce aver ilglity IllTorvnt kinln ut ArvtylrifromI 1 I water and the knltx tirCileiiim Car bide for n single day bnvo been in ox- CCMtOf 300 tUIIK Whoa it Is cniniilcrcd hunt 1cir than rune ycno ngu iliete was not an Arciy liiu griMTiilnr on the market and the very nniiif Acetylene iItllullI UIIH mi IJMOWII oulflitr iiiI ccliiitLil flninloid labouilnrlis Ihbi prugrtt K KCCIIIH truly bytheImonlliiiiilly brillliint itheaji kale anti mllHftti hirv tight lint u lion erxarw nuunysdvnntn 4e lint common In any outer nrlillcwl illunihiiiiil null that U icttulifs nml uppuaU to n clnx of laOlnlcd coiibiiinnrft III vlllngcK and on fin HIM iiwnv from gnu uml electric soretyyftgtApilylrnet IsI produced by the simple consul ltlntt of ciilcitnii uarbldc nnd walciflhc former iIa now prouiiralile rrndiiv and at munll caxl Any me clunir run itiMtnlt lli griirrnlnr Any IIIIII1I1I1IJ1I1I1IlIf The lam front the Acetylene btoletir and briHisjitI the very rsKonro of light Owing tollsl rlchnos it U IliiiMiinoil III cry small Lnriurs An Acetylene flume the tlw of n thumb nail given us much llRhi ns nu urillnary llnuui frotu city gas Ihiilcvn times at largo t SlanlTinnt Slftnal 11 was much sinuitd raid Cawlter to Cumio at whist D returned Klondiher told me af die cuMomi of tb Old mine Jnierc tiai and funny were they tie said that in hli shanty alx nun ttpt togeJuer lbey alllay in a row like Ipoonl in arciMc fanng one way to kern warm When one of them became tired of lying on one tide he Loudrash1 out JArtandowe wouM all turn nt once Why did they uw the word Jawyer1 That metnt Lie on tbe other tide Judge It fU not always the mOllucltU1I1Ihh ennon who cao tell the uicit catchy iory SUvQl hove PRESIDENT HARPERS JEST lead of Clilcngo University Trill Aluinul Ito Una Never Asked for stoner Mnld shouts of laughter from M alnraul of Uiu University of Chicago Iroaldent William It Harper declared jjiu other night that he hind never solic ited ono penny for that Inntltution The occasion wets tho second nnnual banquet of the 7nlv rsJty of Chicago Alumni olub und nltliouylt the head off tin Midway institution spoke with np paruntacrlnusnosAhlsreltarntudrtnte manta that ull of tho unlvcrsit wit Iluns Clam unsolicited only served to further stir the mirth of the former students After preliminary remarks alluding to thin remarkable growth of till uni versity President Harper said that he wished to dlttclnlm the reputation of a beggar which had been given him ands for tho university that of a begging in itltutlon Never said Dr Harper In the blarney of the university had one of the generous donations been loasked for When John D Itockcfcllcr first wrote Dr Harper he willingly wont to Cleveland but tlJd not oak for money Mr Kockcfcllcr lad however seen a want of the Chicago school and had availed himself at an excellent opportunity to fill it None of Ilocke rollers later gifts hnd been solicited hut stated Dr+ Uarpcr the opportunity land continued and Mr Rockefeller had continued to avail himself of It Stilling the expressions of uproar ious mirth which his statement lead produced the speaker said Im not joking gentlemen this Is true Of course when President Eliot of Har vans said the sane thing ho Kan jest ing but you all know that I do not Jest TO EXPLORE CUBA Representative of SmlllnoMlnn lu Illation tu fJathrr flpcclmwna of- Iaaiua of Inland A dispatch to the New York Times from Havana says Students of natur al history are likely to teepee some profit out of Cuba Spaniards would sot permit its exploration and only accounts of Khut may be found picked up here and there by searchers before the Hjwnlhh authorities heard of what they were doing and stopped them have been published William Palmer chief taxidctailstot 1hoSmltbsonlaaltatlUstlonwlthJ31I- I Riley also of tho Smithsonian force Irate Just started Into Plnar del IHo province on an exploring rip Their purpose Is tu gather specimens of the flfauna of the island for the PanAmer town exposition at Uuffalo They ex pent to tree Into the wilds of the west am portion of the Island and work outward until October Should their Hftcovorios warrant a return they o others will complete tho exploration react year Tho Smithsonian vtfitar will live tog a tint moving It flatly They arc on lltoritnl to hiro gMMos slap welc nnl mats and they are equipped with full paraphernalia for preserving tho spec irooiM they slither IIIDDENarAged Ohio Partner on til Deittlilied Ilcvcmla the Location of the Trrnanrr Hcrcklah Ylllinms an aged farmer studyitonly day thinking that he was going to die called Ids two tons Carl stud James to lips bed stdc and told totem that Ir shy would go to thin old JQJ house near by In which the family formerly lived they would find an oaken box containing bno9 In silver and gold The sons fol lowed the olit mans directions and brought tho treasure that hot been houseYThe fondly ant nbout the bedside and counted out the money rend when they renounced the Amount the old man odded his bead In assent and died andenone of Ills relatives knew or even sun peeled that he liarf any money The trcaouro Is all thnt is left to tire fam ily besides the little tract of laud on which they live TUB ARK UTS SoLn1J1 23- Htileot butchers 4 6 W- JQAlVKSrKxtra 6 90J 0 75 HOvvVlcot packers S B uMixed packer COG f 5 15 10SIJI9ICholooL 5S3 A 7 w 1rLUultolrntr nrtont 310 300 Hi1uCornNoj70 64lboNojlJJtOVJHIONH 2 00 Lard M Ii 1O HUTTInlChoire dopey 16HW is 00AIIIB8CwllelOTATOHS1er iirl 1 65D173 CHICAGO n0fIt Winter imtBiil 3 40 O 3 CO CUAINAVliontNo S red GS p tSt No 3 citlanifo spring G sl 3iuOntl01dMr US- lAitl tl1 D5 aiwun 010- NUV p62 TORE FtOUn Winter lint en t 3 G al DO 7SCornNo2Onts No 2 mixed Ip SiI- tC0s CIjI 6- 7I 1200 u12 jLARDSteam 6C3 is L GO IlAtTJaiOUE- Knmlly140UrI ro t GO QUA WhentNo J red lalJSSouthern G Corn No 2 mixed 4U3tj 41 Oats No 2 mixed 2J- llye p X11 No 2 western M qj 57 CATTLE First quality 4 73 flp C 00 IlOUSWestern 660 OS CO INDIANAPOLIS iOHComNoa LOUISVllLli FLOUR Winter plltents IiOUftp1e1Vhcat u = IOUi3CornMlxeti 40 61P01Ulell1AII08tcam fit G ro u rr THE TEEMING WEST i1 Till lratlr Land of Wanton Cu lla Delve Illlri with Kxccl lent Settlers The salient fact that prcscnta Itsflli I in taking a blrdseyo view of the Canadian West is that of Intense DC llvily in every department Whether the glance be turned upon the dig trlot oust of Winnipeg tho nod Miter Valley aouth or north the Dauphin and M d N W district the South western or whether It take In thq groat central division along tho main lino of the C P R stretching away out to the Rockies and from there bending north and south to PrInce Alberta nnd Edmonton ilcleod and Lethbrldgc whether the examination be made In any ot these directions the same activity growth and hopeful ness Is observable The Canadian west Is not only a good place to locate permanently but It ls also a good place to invite their relatives and friends to come to This is the spirit that seems to nnl mate the west at the prctent time and Its effects are to be seen on every hand To enumerate the towns where handsome nnd substantial blocks anti residences have gone up this year would be simply to give a list of the towns and villages along the railway lines And this movement line not been confined to these centers of population but In many cases it has been overshadowed by the Improvement in farm buildings- So far as one can see this Is no passing phase no repetition of any temporary boom following a period of good crops and fair prices It Is a movement more spontaneous more general more marked than anything that has gone before and seems to Indicate that the Great West like Samson bursting the encompassing bands has awakened to a period of activity and development that will surpass anything we have known in the past and which win only be par alleled by the opening out of some of the most fertile of the western states of the union Look at some of the figures Over a thousand schools In Manitoba and the number going up by leaps and bounds Something like five hundred schools In the Territories Winnipeg as representing the gateway of the west the third city in the Dominion In regard to bank clearings postal business and probably In regard to customs the custom return at Win nipeg running about thirty to forty per cent greater month by month than In the kcal year of 18078 the largest previous year for actual bust newt cntrjcs when over 900000 was patOathrough the Winnipeg office for duty The C P It nnd Canada Northwest land sales together run ning over 1500000 for the year These and n thousand more signs show how the west has leaped Into t new Ute This I Ian Inspiring and cheering spectacle but It brings with it great responsibilities The business mn realize this the banks realize it and h1vi spread their agencies through every bristling little town clear out to the coast tho churches realize It and one denomination alone has opened an average of about thir ty new stations in each of the past two years and will increase this In the year now entered upon the government departments real ize it and there is talk of redistribu tion nnd additional members The educational branches realize it and new schools arc springing up everywhere Over 12000 settlers came In from the United States alone last year and these with the people who came In from the enst prove the most rigorous Westerners They lose no time In developing their farms in filling their grazing lands with stock and in every district is to be found evidences of thrift and prosperity o ftralUnaork1hll4dtlplltaI toro I TTrntlirn Grntltmle ofaiKSIt thetI tolearn J 1 hisaSBllI glowIroute nxmtbtImbn with tiletyIIr aIIIXipoorJIodgotImttrpretrrAambilnII ycu gtwdhirg N 1 alit 1xprel Rewire of ninlmrnla for Catarrh That Contain Mercury ofmendayetamtanuft Such articles should never bewedii rcxon on premriptions from ireputable ilOftI pouiblydToledoPJiandmUIftIbuyingII611s inToledoiBOtmli tiff I priceiSeperbottleIh1 QuatlnInlraooutOh I ImustI tW Sp omfTtlinK l nnK t3lkinK0mu world1qT s Can Get Allen FootED FREE LeroyNlFootEaseapoorder 1 cirii chilblain sweating damp swollen I achbg feet It makes New or tight shoes easy A certain euro for Corns and BunP loMAUdrugcUisandsliocstorcssclllt2Sc 4 ICrpt Awnke Mitenlnsr What Yorrlidortllkitfcrazy lhiLadelphta Press I I AUdruggists To cCitn One DRYII i mll understand you to uy that one of I your ancestors fought during the rtvolu at1rtatptat1rabdlrlLlblf Plain Dealer L I GreensSons adertUl i After a man does a clever thing he USD muebAtchiIODGlobeI 1JUTXAM FADELESS DYES do riot stain the hands or slot the kcttlo Sold by DI Unantitii TV man who turns from evil companions DailyNewLhlare I ConsumptionbothWShttenon Inkster Mich Nov 51811- 1ure j isi a disease among cattle known an bjffjiw many people catch it Auhuou drabe I I whohaf N + 11 Old as the Hills1 are the pouts and aches o- fRQEDIATISi a NEURALGIA SCIATICA a dsjSure a taxes is the cure of t eMtr iJacobs Oil r ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature o- f7zeSee FocSliaHe Wrapper I v IteBeloWI I I CARTERS ITTLE vEs FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORN LIVER FOR CINSTIPATION FIR SALLOW SKIN rill THECOMPLEXIIN 11I = swat I CURE SICK HEADACHE C B Geldthwalte Druggist Troy Ala wrote February 28 1893 U FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS I would not take 50000 for the good Palmers Lotionh- as done my SOD wJiO had bees In care of a physician for 15 moath et Lotion Soap Prevents aNInltts In curing tore eyes end sore eyelids At druggUU only tO How Happy I am to BE FREE from oi TO ITS INSIST OH for swing money I O FOR 14 CENTS wewhhtogealnthaearretreflaw I Pa OilTOirdrn fleet Ito I i mbrite- l H lAOroMoMarklI ttaoa16 IH Hlrtwbf Jloloo jso I 100 I zoofurlI I UrlllUnt Flower rt o- eWeIia100forl3eela AboT 19 Lccwe mail lee tree torrtber with anatCatdo slim all l1- tUUtUMI f len OOIIp1 POTATO otthtootleeat4olnrlgyourlradyandknow t siedi you will nonrco wittoat UurII I iIINCASHWENAWAY I We a rawhnnertlwyndtdrl4and houionlTcs who bare tell spare monenu t durtog tba day Whelp ua mtrert- UaUSAPEP15LE I A tea n r lnilfr tlon We will PJ drop tu n pottaL EUREKA MEDICINE rOKX ANT Dept A We ee K I la 3 w4 Years as Cice IsAssirel I r you tik npjotr 01laodorated pan bleta glTloc vzpvrteoc ot farmer who bare become wealthy lo urunlnx wbeal report 1- Uf delegates eta ana full Inf onuatton a tu re4uc4 railwar t a boo pa n to tae IBuperlntendent e DROPSYt quick NEW rtllrfandur MSCOTKRTt giver nea nook of tttlronnl l and dttl traatmecl ire II UKtKN S 6OX8 U AUaataUa 1ADpte Lop or Lumber WANTED l r apedAeattoat II AGO Saw Manufrctanra lndUa polU lnuua IIEURALGIAI I Hwi t Nra Archie Voun ISt1 Oaks Ave Weld Superior WI wrtes us on anmlot 1900 I ao thankful tote able toaay that your 8VANSONS a DKOIS la the clne I have ever used in my lire I sent for some last November and commenced using It right away and It helped we from the first dose Oh I cannot explain to you how I wu tufferlng from neuralgia It seemed death was nearnt hand I thought no one could be worse I was so very weak that I hardly expected ta lire to tee mr husband back Irons his daily labor Put now 1 am fire from pain my cheeks red ands sleep well the whole night Many of my friends are 110 surprised to see me looking so well that they send for some of yonr 5 DRUYSSn 9 I have been afflicted with rheumatism for 2 years lwaalnbed- ii tt roeotnmendluqt Itry it It hascompletelycured me but 1 like tt w wen lbatlwaat two more bottle for fear I wilt get into the same fix I wa4 pefore I seat for 6 DltOPS writes Mr Alexander 1utrell of Vanndale Ark Fob tin 1000- It thanwwt powerful specIflefctioTO Free fron optatesandperfectly harraleM H Irci stmma ln URlaneous relief and l a poltl cure for Khruwn Liam Nci ntlcn Neumlela lt7pepla B cUuehe Jlthma Ihy1eyer C- atnrrhIuirtpleCroup Mire icuneaAervoune11ervouund onilol lleudaehea Knruvhe Toothache Meurt Vlcnltmea ropy Santana Creeping Nurubneim rte eU enabl sneeretw to give s UttOlS at least a trtal w rhofDAYSlIhea4aZlia aampla bottlradneeiIbottlntar55B- old ropl bottle will rontlnce TOO AbOlarva br M anil aernta ACLfa111IU0taSewTrettarr wetto ua today HATIC CTJKE CO leg to let Lake St CUXCAO8 iO J it w e ARE YOU A FARMER MERCHANT PREACHER i Interested in lighting your home store church or other buildrings If so acrid us your name and address on postal card and we wilt mail you a booklet containing full information regarding the new artificial light ACETYJJENE and tell you simple it Is to install ACETYLENE GENERATORS and how eco nomically you can light a building Address Buckeye Acetylene Co i Dealers in ACETYLENE GENERATORS and CALCIUM CARBIDE i 11- N Cant Bide HATTe ORI9 R- Ile New FnIDd Hlk CLEVELABD OHIO j NS X Utah Nileel OOJUUM1IUH OU1U iI REAmms Tnis reran SUUO nun ANTTUZNG ADVKtlTISKD IN COLUMNS BUOlU UPON IIAV1NQ WIIATTJIBV ASK FOIL UEFUS1NO ALL BOUSTltLTKS IMITATIONS I Send w at once thin TWOSTEP MARCH It has the full and the ale Is catchy and equal to Soumxj Send Ten- Cents In or stamps to GEORGE C JOHNSTON Allen Bldff Cincinnati PllcRUIn oierald rrr noriuash Bt itW rkaiworth will our want eeot nrdtelmi liberally lro Ietleei home Hearten I wont III Dr M Bo of am that come are through will a how f iit QJ ft The ItoolDIf f bed cap reedaadRopsaall a rf for plait Sampla Ire i iTII faY NANUA IMflfltl6 Ctl CAMMH a1ll 1 A N KB J8O- WnEX WRITING TO AVE AlhrUaoffplease late that you saw Ua Iwcnt In thla power = l R r I A STATE STREET SCENE ON A STORMY DAY W NOTELaxative BromoQuininc which is advertised on the JJrge banneir bver State Street Chicago as represented above is the only exclusive cold prescription sold byevery druggift m the United States Canada and in England This is the sig nature genuineVli articledruggists refund the money if at fails to cure r 1 r w a f v e ih- d11 t J j j t io 1 p O CF C d l 1Ior4j4 J LI J J rBuddIngtt I Material jjROUGH AND BEH DRESSED lUM nut Windows Shingles e 11Doonl Bulltlora Rut Gainout Hardware t Paiute Oils ot w r ij ESTIMATESCHEERFULLY CIEERFULLYFU1iXISIIE11 1FEEDTUFFS uny Ont Uoru limn at 1of1 f EllisontLPt nun slUm For Zany DllHlons of Ieoplo will be the Solar Kollphc flay 2S I In ono ros1loot the mmXt tl JcWje 1ofMay 23 next will to wiUjaot precedent Its paUtlftI1ttllc1of cxtandInK vvcr the sparsely settled rVjjfatw thnt inI tervene between low t11nd the Vwtern I roast cs In isorMttvtehiuff over for watery expanse of the Pacific i in IHBfl I when Ult Uuiu d SlaU had to svnd UH I ijpfditinn t tin Caroline I Lud 1lOOtl t ttnlo wwt f Sith AlIwrkoor li t tLf ivliie go unu siv ti will eri the five Stttrs of IJUIuUiitiai dletiNipqi AU I i liuuta Qmirtrui South Crx tnM lfirth Carolina touch Virginia and ulldII vfw u falriv willed portion of the tutilii wbi hi iis iiiverwt with a pc rffC- tlit wurktl mil Th tllllkff totality i i begins on the Pacific matt jut wa4 of Mexico at unrio trwitodup tnnlwurd rt user Mesdeo nter+ the Ui it Ml Htatvr er wry near w Orloun Landsvtends I rorthuMt 1I andocrr Nublknd Mont it F I jfoinery Ala poles ckwe t tin tnduluIbiK S C t T tIMntaIII X C and ties thi + eountr in 11I I I I 1UIid1 thirty o towns l to tind plncc n tin liualltv uiui After ltiu tit United Stated tie rmth of i the teJiIrp ei the Atliititi leoau anti huchel Iiurujx at Coiiubnt pot tutrnl tokon in Algiers and Northern Af rica and terminates near the northern 1 end of o Red Son ati UDwt The oolip l JJINltl about of minute MM twolyt T ondH soar Jfow Orieniw ud Nrya folk I NF1V JAMK J WISuch Is the Fniuo OM Knnluclij Sow I I I Enjoys The following are Kentucky game I I I 11Ij I 11 uary 1st to December phi Sonatow Governors nnd uwunbors of onRrcss may bo shot during any politi cal campaign and wiUiin trfsty tin- tt HtthereafterNipgcrs can bu shot at any time in tlio t I year Hunters in March of this gum t also allowed to uso H ntuifed club or- n ii iiarehutohorkntfe If any man iin naught drinking water it is n sign that ho isi no gontlumaijKoh nnd may bo cxccutcd wIth wlialorrr weapon is nonrest at hand Colonels may bo shot with iwpunlt- at any tine while a Bqulrrol gun is r commqnded for dispatching mnjors ant1 captains No man shall bo allowed to kill in ox cesa of six persons per day In oogos whqro It isi an affair of honor this num ber may be increased to 103 Every citizen who dOOR hot tote the remains of his victim from public righ t within fortyeight hours of the time tli flrstvolioy to tired will bo fined one gnu Ion of moonshine Any lltizon who stops on another oill zcn toes may bo slot on the spot with the privilege of apologizing thereafter Jolucn Statute of Tho American Clrl + i rlto gold stauto of Tho American Girl which is to bo exhibited at tho t Paris Exposition wax successfully east Miss Maude Adams tho aotress was the Ciodel and Mrs Bessie Potter Yonnah was the sculptor Tim stntnto mounted on its base will bo six feet in height being of Miss Adams own height It weighs 012 pounds and tho bullion medI is valued at 187000 WHAT 1ill 7U HIM A party of drummers had awomblod- ntfn railroad station in n nearby villngo Ala wait for a train One of the drummers was very bald and tho other wt about itunyiufhimlit tho bald ouo thieve was I not room for tho brains and tho hair and tho brains bens most nnmgrotw pushed the hair away A shallow countryman standing uea by put in That aint what pap told eta What ditf ho tell you asked ono of 1thedrummers Pap responded the countryman ualms lowed as how how er empty barn didut need no kiver T1lobaB headed drummer jxraght tin driake Memphis Scimitar i TO THE HIUKXAV lOUIUEK I I DewrKditor I haw boon Intondlug for some time to write an article for pub lication in your worthy paper thinking that 1 might ho nblo to sny something in Coil which would in 8lbOflbors1So I I enough otwrago to begin trturtiiig thatl j maybe it will escape tin much dart t wart baxkH Having Lit eu a student of Use State I College of Kentucky for Como tuna I I have beotw quite atUolu to the gnmdI old iiiHtitntion cud the kinRor ll atay tho mare 1 am itnprtMted with lie value I ridlllidi I boy the protaitant and the Catholic 1Itl iI a achool in which the ambitious llOlf boy us well a the rich jwtweiked ofr mall ate+ tu eaa obtain an education thou by quipping hiiiMwtf fur the bati tkof lift 1 was afiwnlily surprise when I first vuine here to Hnd UK kind of feeling which generally eintctl towardIII the boy who up oarcd to be of I laltlns He jis not looked down IImlUI i Mhcered at as i the ease at munt I other college in the country but if norvintf IIP wUvnied nod JttIKl t- ed The tract inI Hiort of us are country boys which fact brings about H more ooMponiiU toiling titan would lx main talncd were UtE majority city reared lads State Collegel Iin i rouenng and grow lug rapidly M yearn roil by both in in flueooc end number of matriculates The eurollinent liwt roar was over four hun tired Uib year It in five hundrcd enoII III sixty AUtMpartmcnh lire now ollCtt 1- tfirLa aDd their nutuber liar decidedly in oreieed within the tot few years Siftu a dormitory will be erected in the near future for their acoomodaUon the proa peot in favorable of their number toeing Niereaxfld in a larger ratki even that shut of UH lays ii I Tar inflUeav A cute Uuilpye in being whichsprtwd it turf act1 limn year to yew The grid untov pVnte thfinnelvet well nalified tfur th profetwiwns Ui which they have at utUiiiu d in tbix school They air able tocojie with the frraduate of any other gitnihr iuxtitution of the South TIe college affords various courwa w nit u load the dtlllletl of n M Bj BC K i9 A B BAfr B Pad iI Land wfeo the oorreMjvoiidind grees All Un o IOmItF8 are i would ho oat that you roa g eitttatidd Fnlt m County who want an in aii of these linen yive trapInot Kit a wood chouliac as anyuthere eke in the South Jl object in writing thw comutunica lion ito to remind tMIKOlile of my toil j i ty of the opnortonitiM alforded at the j State mJiooi u I apprehend that canvawing in that end of the state I Iwcn nomewhat neglected The atudent oan obtain an appointment from btai tJbiftl the ox penN f iI sprpetelitblylit need nut rout him arrthan slrti wr year and if he in willing to i W4k MOHK3 ein4oyment at life per hour van b obtuitted So bow nod girls It may wget ready this Mtanter and i DUBM tme to LaKinyton next September I 1 IkwHc ywa H1 1 Oar iriilttpr ad h xifielplrt eartfitfeyf 4ifUkil Gikr lts rlt tlal tone fbr Imtifsl y srtattesdoebleUrtnacl r1- I Signed1 UXK or Taa HOT CORBEL IMIOTOUK iriis Irh Woa Hi State UrxMifsttUoil of tun Uoflbel AIounmeMt Fund inform the public that it has the oxcltwiT eon teal of till Uoebel pictures inednlhoiii- huttwii Ac laudo by K Carl Wolff ot PruuXfort Ky wliicli era appcovod by the jnonfbois of Governor Goobols ftttn ily ax a Plot perfect HkeneKs The sal Phologrnnltt lire copyriglitod The n KntttaatAon will Itnuille Plaster Par J5nfl of Uio iteM Governor AYaI ply to the count o NUiKtition or to MRS WM CttoMttxiL Secy of Suit Urq autztttiu NOCAIAMITV HOWMNO AIIOUTII The American Kewspapor 1ublLsh ore Association bus adopted rosolntiou asking Congress to probe tho whito per tract Tlite is no calamity wail mopublishers association has in its i powerful weapon of defense agalns the trust which oppresses it and it ha decided to use it It has marshalled i omyI against tho mfainou macauu to place a tax on intelligouco What does Congress propose to d10 about it What will bo tho advice or the President in relation to Ills matter Will the administration lInn to npholc opposedo b newspapers b in rte power to destroy it L1J1 TO CHILDS DEATH Servant Told n igenr old This is it War They Fix nnd Uako Unities Branchrille IndMurch 20Littlo Mny Cabins death iitol attributed to a remark of her inotherV servant and n ubseuont dream The st rant two wooka ago was pro paring H turkey for ranting This Is how they ntulf babloa to bako in Now York Hue Quid to May who was 7 yaw Old That night tho littlogirl woke wi u scream Mary isi cooking baby bro thor silo criod She became hysterical then insane and died yesterday every ef fort to banish tho hallucination having foUnd n1P Ho Fooled flic Surgeons Iiiuuiltoni of sWest Jefferson 0 after snftoring 18 mouths from Rectal Fistula ho tit anld die unless a costly operation was per formed but ho cured himself witn Bnoklons Arnica Salvo tho best in U1 orn box at nil drug stores NoticeA- ll persons indebted to Saudoip HOUVQK by state or otherwise nil the pa per conies duu are respectfully request ed to sumo nod settle tho same with Sept 27 E E REEVES k CO Wheelers MUM 7 I Brig lon Wheeler favors territorial1 control of tho Philippine with ttio ffl ndl1 divided into several torritorlop dfriendeofPetrified Forest Tho best known natural ouriwity of itulwfnWhen dlISCOVeretl In Jy Igifo ill i groundbroked Ills ku Cool A woeitnji at Santiago to 5tAt1 I IngreamiHit on oundiilntes for Ma pI i pronolihiK Oubau elections brflt vptu i J u riot Tim blacks coiifrQllfctt i Jibe il1r i1IIlio the Siauiuso TIVHIHI i 1itw lanai RoMUwaig of U3SrOr n atnat Clovokind Ohio nxiei l Wve birth to girl wtn joined tag4rkthe famous Sinmusp twins ThujUodii0 i are joined from the scvunth rib toVpStnt jut below tilt hip+ Tho lofUido of fru of tho children LH joined to the rilh t dl1 of the other tho sovunU rib OrclM ing grown together Tho f each are olJlUa1P 16Me1I A Flenihidi ttauk 5 IIn nttuok was lately inmTftoij fof Cherokeo Iowa tIn 17trJprovwl fatal It MUll tltronfh its kit ntys His stank got so lame ltd 0H not stoop withont great pinu nOr ITt inn chair oxcopt propped Uv Jnslitoni 2s remedy holl041l hums nnlfl htt tried Rlin voiij IIktt a new innn This marvoldui Int1 ictne cans btirknebe and kkiMfty knob nnrifle the hloolt and bnihUttn tsrr health only MK at all drug mtwv ANNOUNCEMENTSIL- LINOIS + CENTRAL + RAILROAD CALIFORNIA tVIANEW ORLEANS From ClnirinnMl mod fnm Lewltrine Monday +nil Friday From- bas1every lUfoc Wednesday Personally con Run tkrough to Les Anjctlea and 1e4ff Francisco tUl New OtUani In tieD with the Siuihern Pula Oinnet j tlon mmlcwltb dill irin nttt I1 I Moans far the liGe O oM te blot jed of the IltinnU astrall aanneifii e MonJam and Thur Uys at Nt + r0rliiwith the Strnaet UmUe4 tf IhosthIern 1aolfit giving apreint the jthvi aces Sin trantdaee v Aik ttuHtTII coDcrnlng alt of the abut ein Je k ajfeni ef the Illinois Central a h i dressing W A KMInnl A tf tt- Gluierilh 1 li i rHnIJH ANn r I O1i101tf1111lR11ile- d II I TilE POIULAU LINE Fits Ruxant City 4rolt 0IIlunj tllle Chuttanoo Monigouierj Thomas tile Atlnotiv Augiiiln Charletea a TIUnIIIIpt Miami antiIIlIltdilllll In iU 8ipilj east- T Elegnht Vemibuled pint Ca Cflnobl I with smoking room and complete telljl cocoa and lavatories for ladle aad gn tlAmfD Porter in attendants ek rcd 11with the onnfort of the rniaangrn Alio- Vrstlbuled Palace Bleeping tart with- oil Drawing Room anti Buffet IttIW1I St 10Louis end Mobile sex Urlrant Ston- bto gomery ThotnaiTlll anti Jacktinrjlien F11 sIIE U ULAIR IgTrlfllln IaMeoictr Acj ni ntIJaekeeaI Teak DR SK DAY r DSOi Oentistp 4 e f J IIJOKMAKJ Nruoro I Opine over Oowgillt cOVlrfi leOruz Scorn 11 Tho Host hood for intellectual Thought No man can voto Inipiligeiilly unless he thinks Intelligently In thlll limo of ware and rumor cf wars tho rroatent it talntrlllcni thinking und the bent food for Intelligent ilioii bl U that news paper which II KrcAiMl and beet Important pollilonl Iwues are dally growing more important Au Intelligent nmlerttamling of the policy of n nnthiu- nr In great polttltal party It naiiinhlng tIii IIK detlrfil lIIt li UI tin iluiy of trerr- i dtlsen to tUoroilfflily Inform hlmltlf en the lIIIllcit tepiee of Ih The aeml Weekly 1I1 greatest of nil newspapers teltRraph- i j ito IIn1l oiblo nena sortieo expel that ofI any ether parer ItI prints his new hilly nut imnglntlv MtiirreniM 110II Jomostle and erlllclllll lIt fully tle1The CtllII IIM are now being frmtIInli the onmll dates dii uiie l New la the tune o tiilc icrili rr the beet meilluia of Keeping In touch with the whole world Tlin Soml Weekly Kcptiblte No Inca wewhyor aUentlia Is the Ite ituhllos Sunday NagKrlne It Ile replete each lime with Iiho belief vpiclal anlolM written br the ken of literacy talent hit i bvniUlflil bolt tone HIiiMratltnn barn nl i ready made It fautnia and their qualityI and quantity will m pt e er+ edl Newt fdaturn oi absorbing attravtiun are illustrated and emerged upon In A manner wul u the hlgnprlttd nuia une Kont of current lImcrait an set forth In enierialnlnc of rle There in hUe mar In Its pages tee ntd kr the benefit of the balls tko latent Nark Mlhlan are Mk week xitultiuly tlliilf1letI and da eeribeill The lUpuMWn Sunday Mag tine toI standard flit IlUbtfirlplietrrl cf tbo Stral Weekly l l year The lie ayeerht4I very 1 Uw prle of flftO for ano tear Ts- scare thisi low role both mutt bo ordered and pal+ fee at Hi same time I AiUrM a all onion to TIIH It gpURIia- t UoU rte- FithlUsiS Freo Column Uu 1 r lai iMMldhlg Will iMtmfttT U pbtimct HOttCtal not to xcled 0 linttech from fateea who nr tubwrib n ho tout haws mnlos tows jim duets seed W fur titli freo of olmrgo I nc scwl Durham hull Tar ml Ap plyl to A U LIMIT I liMSDOhiiLX J Drain uf Sua- UaCllrlIi1 111teieala fl wlM corn mi ic Dwwutvd sere cad raid maser a- tti t Ir bu I haw 4K4wl cuedof tb4- sari i fur willat KUfcmaH at II tirr baa i H W Diokiiwuii i our good work Iliars for MH wither OMh or credit Mm R N OOHM I for Rale- UNO I flit yew ski horn wets 14II laude high OMe tkal rc oM insure lisle l hmlde hlXh J W levmtl1L eFOtt SALE Kb LfliifjglMit CkfelnuM and gn tile neat liowUMwt auullnJlUtl of all 1 iAfjjJr tii M A MeDAMW- Uf Wtt6 for SideIi tpMri rack Men Mtaw fa ye tnad b JMWte inefa I wtxc Mule tlli hutlils lilKh I good tastily Howe 4 y mn oM 18 hands b- It h O MADUOX State Ue jC- yO E EAKER Ge11eJul Gfocerr Powell Block Clinton St 1Iinlrf1h1l the lireery KI Stekf- J J 0 IlimlwriM wmtUI W pleer t flays all eld fneotla I mil KriMbI lmlii And Chaise Itargalnii THE STEVE STAR Circa nnil Ftwtl Mfnlilf Clinton Stro t w atof likkumu Wng on laotory Kwm itarreys BagglM Howes tire for hire Every aecoiMo tlatioii irtTMi Your pntitui irv solicit M- lA P OLIVER Blacksmithand Undertaker IIIOKMAN KBSTOOKY JIB A TRIAL alien you wont GIVE done or repair In Wagon So llorteibolnc a ppeoialiy I also keep a full line o- fJJridortakors Goods Common nOleoed nnd Solid flask Vftlnnt OoUlna and piece which Dan be fjUfiJ up tn short nollffe and at rnion agile prices Save no a will 1l 3lI Sloop near the Jail tMr Jorgenhausser Used to Worryx rt thlntsoon to nttrarl nt tiondidl1t draw n crowd to his sioro nnd help hill to troll goods NOWi HE DONT WORRY h 1 DccniiMf htt fins found thnt ho oat got fifty first I IW 1dt tinick fullr JtlUggcatiou8 the best tthat mo Pl punning in his 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