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bridice would PrJIf1j1t1btOAUitIj l Iowa mee5 WB over 1000 Mwe Auioo Eflngvr MaryAtavood cud Uwtallo ropttHenUiuvcii of KIHon4i TWtf1J tho OouritT Thnrvdnv tturlindou a rt tt the Cuurtw oorpol an to attend the millinery opouluR Tho editor AppruoUtting the ronrtwy dt snatnhe l two of our force onr beat rprwantutlY w ofsock and fnahtoit who aftQff tong attfl Jlt blindinglorelinrws words IwjgRrtrwl any effort at drilltlon Tho editor hiini lf is uut up to itnto and cannot depend upon rte nvn reportem but tho large number of laiiis who did nttciul the beAuty taste nUll wealth of this Boctiou attested the beauty of tho dUplny and the oxcclleucu of the goods Ai to tho fair Tlsitor hob a jndgo twit ho in for them uno duo tret4llpllW SOHooUvolJ or nOl oilier JaY TINt Mre tntt cast cite Would qn okly leave vu if sn ullr Kings New LIft Pill Xiionsand of unffiAim have provwl Shlr in dilem merit for Sick and Nervous Ilendaohts Thoy make putv blood aid build np your hoalth Only aloe Moury book If not oared Sold by all Draggim i ANNUAL lIKrOHT OF TUB SOCIETY OF UMTEH CHAK1TIKS At Uio tHi KMtion and through the in HUWHW of the Hov W O LI fly this en rity WM organinetl ju It ono gear ago to moot the reooRnlftd ntod of a united ef fort on tho pxutof ourcUiwrwi it dittllOM ing writ Its objcot llBg to furnish h rollaf IB any form to UKM HuluuUy ne d ing and doHorvini iuwliitanflo TIll ood t ty begun its exiiiUino wlUi JWinetnlxwrnj since wliioh Umo ut torte withdrawn their numiti leaving a iiroMMt waMber ship of 27 Itogulnr monthly lUMtlnmf Imvc IkKia hold at UieluMiiiM of the different members and with Utoliwlted wenrwut their di poenlthe dues being only 10 cents Isu month the effort ot the soc ty have in most IwUnww mot closingMarchwt ro S07B dbburtem nta 93TLB2 It would bo iinpottUrfe to eh urnera te the itmoM where rolivf bas bean given hut with this MHall mount a Rrwit deal hoe Iteon woeoiutJIshed and generally sjxjak njj the worK of the moiety HM been sit tie factory Tliorc IB wee ORJOt however to which tho oooict wishes to will tho attention of tho community a oamnolrendy known to tho majority of our oIuztM It Is that of tAO children n girl RntlIt boy who hnvo been an be gara a familiar sight upon our street for the Iszrtt two tree thruo yearn Upon reliable authority it lfirm bitten nrovin that iiq olilldron have It n lroUt lmegtiag to sttwlin not In one DUI ninny instancesii natural tHjniOiUOiiuo of such lives as their It Iii known beyond n doubt tint w lhog guns they are frwuU that artfcltw of clothingshoal iVx they polka on their begging osi o liUonn Uiey ere known to dimiofto of lbystile at their IIOUIM The Hooioty has IIml1tYIr elfort to remote tIn to children from tho streets and from E tliolr doinonilizluK home influence but lacking the rightful authority and being unable to secure the of the proffer ofllclais11114 fallAeido from tho fact that thou children aro growlhg up n dajonnao toHoolotj1 it to fLU luju tico to thcfn that they are allowed to ooutin uo such a lifo In cities such vonditioM would not bo tolorotod for n day Thorn are romcdloH for uoh evils and that monaurtfl are not tnkun to givo thoso children at least a chance to grow up bettor ottizons thuu thoy are hocornng in n reflection upon our county otllclala Bud n reproach to every Christian man and woman in ourootumunity Tho so duty appeal to every lawabiding citi zen there is a grmitur tiffed than food or clothing Homotimue It in eo in this case Tho tocloty dosirou to thank all who have assisted during tho past year by contribution or othenvlsonnd invites all who aro willing to givo 10 conts n month in the Interests of united charity to And in their names and their dues will bo collected without further trouble to thrum iIL ELLISON Secy II1AOtlta RiDLE Pros o 4 414 41f f4N4f 441 41144 4 I 44 tf414f 4 f4iff4tt4444 m e= r T71 1 r ttLaces t Embroideries i Handkerchiefs andd While Goods r Our Ines of tbtse lit the I = eomplete4 we hnvu over O rII ra shown Notwlthwtundin a the hoary nd in ooh = tOItrorolling t11 nit oldtis f Lllrtpr I em I 1 r1 s 0 Vi are 4 ng nng 41t tfJ Ii Silk BEG hMDRROW 7 You I1 CQRDIALL Tt7 A1TEND I 4W L cIIJ fJa h anD =thewgoodaEE = emhmeVft all the new and taUftit in all tho 1 j- X111111111111111111111 iJI111111111111111 11 111111111 INEW REPORTED YEAR THE MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK NEW YORK LIFE EQUITABLE for and sub In the one of these doGS not lives II ore of in lives bo made to for M iihoo Store0 of BOOKSSTATIONERY Cull Iud see our Everything up to date K DAVIDSON 1 i en1IJj tit it hull weaver Paid busiuoM on leotod uuiui llyoa Only impalr or lives 202309050 paid The Mutual Life only that insure impaired you desirous insuring that requires most thorough medical and accepts carefully and may Qoneral Agent and Tennessee Ky Splendid Selection NEW Stock MAIIY BKUBNDBS Co OIUoo over OowRlll Druii j carefully ixiirod Including stnudard selected 7m II1jtJtjt1SuMmnor Vm Dioxielbrfok ItCALRR and stet FREE Siure No 91 i RIB fdouoe No 90 L1L and dill TniALwLen you WMI InWagonsepealaltyIUnder takers Goods DlokhIDt JfillJ w nnOff 44U411 f44144144444f 44444444 44 t Ty flMiilinet 3 rThisDepartment Is in tho r j of Miss Anico Ffln =W11t gel assisted again by atICostello St Louis i Wo greatly enlarged il this Department having h houkht the nrgcst ot Mi r Millinery Goods wo 1 fevcr show and jirepar 00 to fA c S city rr rrW1Y =hJtJlioi f n y J o 01 fr J1 O Yr t r St pr 1 th f t fl 4- r 0 N y1 31 I 14 t I Jo t i t t t Millter Dres SilksL- n1iCS irIiS failoxMade Skirts Phecs Embr Plcs Hflnd kcrchipfs Carpets Dry Goods YESTERDAY ND llL CONTINUE TODAY AND 1 APRIL 61PI q a I r i11 A r ISQN I- c r t Silks I j doMirnblc UiingH c d I I FOR 1309 polloiosiesned for11901010i throe companies Company examination only unimpaired application BISCOE HINDMAN i Kentucky Louisville I Lic DRS + f a HIOKMAN KENTUCKY i- OpwglTlei StoxId I N A I s sec 102870070 l a a f J lo IN Fancy Groceries Provisions B1CKMAN KENTUCKY DBLIVBUY 8- Tolophouo P OLIVER Blacksmith Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY GIVE A t fff4f I charge Miss from 4 have r stock 1 havo n oro Lehtdishmento J I IIIr P NOTIONS ods i BUSINESS 4Ji C y Eiaftimmense jvj sare made by Biefeld of Ohica RO and tho name is n guar 1I anted of quality and style IPrices arc extremely low LWO Invite your insJ1CCttOnJ 4 IIIS lUU1 lI1111111111111111111111111111111111111111a11o1 1 1 1 1 1 R Iirre Lecture I larworII i CSty Hall Monday night April Oth un dor Ute auspices of Elm Camp No3 Wooamon of tho World SubjectFra i tornity nnd Homo Protection The public ill cordially invited to attend and hear this distinguished lecturer A Horrible Outbreak IOt large sores on my little daughters hell developed into a case of scald heat writes C D Isboll of Morgan ton Tpnn but Bncitlens Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaran teed euro for Eczema Salt Rhonm Tet ter Pimples Soros Ulcers and Piles Only 25o at all drug stores The Mountain People Ihctru has been u groat den of unnecessary abuse of tho mountain pea ple of Kentucky on account of the unfortunate kind ot people brought recent Ilto Frankfort from that part of tho livinginsection of tho State and a great many strictlyhofO9all that part of the State the doors are tuvor looked and u cast of stealing is rarely hoard of To the stranger traveling through the mountains the latch siring always hangs on the outside of the door and generous dud opon handed hospitality ijs a rule rather than the MiODtioH among them Cut off tram tlic ontsido world m many instances fnm railroad transportation they have built up churches and schools and many of thorn are college bred and most ac compliahod ladies and gentlemen Then nstln that most of thorn are Repub luaus is because none of them wero theyIThov commenced then to vote tho Re publican ticket and most of thorn have klpb It up There are outlaws iu that stvttou who are too free with then lii0hng irons and family feuds from thtilnlintof the mountain population and it is a great Injustice to that section of time State to take it for grunted if n man oomtta from tho mountains that he uu outlaw Elizabothtown News E1 Smith tho host horse shoor in 11 cat Kontucky the old colored rebel wlio iriioil horses for Stonewall Jackson awl Gen R E Leo has a hew shop in EIIt HiokniHii nUll hundreds of whito testify uit to his capacity to his line Otyo him a can 1 I i a e i1 r tt 4J A I r ri I 1 u J 1 UICEMAN COLLEUE March KxamiaatlH 1000 Following are the beet six in each grade at tho March examination Third Grade Lizzie Corum Hazel Adams Pauline Beckman Harold De Bow Ida Stab Marguerite Fuqua Fourth Grndo Victoria Stahr Fonnlo Kcarby Corrinno Smith Tony Overton Gertrude Reeves Laura Stoker Fifth Grade Ruby Fleming Dona Hunt Lillian Smith Virginia Prather Ruth Ellison James Mayes Sixth Grade A Vernle Hubbard Pearl Bushart Homer Green Edith Smith e Dave Corum Willie Ridley Sixth Grade B Imogeno Moore Bet tie DcBow Ella Bushart Alex Adams Hilda Blakernore Addie Muriel Seventh Grade Goalder Johnson Tom Powell Inez Lutcn Hattie Kistner Carlisle Rice Irene Helm Eighth Grade Jamie Cheek Arthur Fleming Josio Wilny Bufio Brucr Maude Blakcmore Thela Hubbard mOll SCHOOL First Year Clarence Bondurant nnd Park Powell Harry Prathor Eunice AdI ants Max Powell Ida Schuupbach Second YearTom Prathor RolyI A berg Curtis Hubbard Pearl Wiseman Nettie Beckman Richmond McDanicl I Third YearLora Whipplo 100 Jos Maddox 991 Goalder 910 Are DoBow 891 Leon Smith 8C Ka Ried 82I Tho attendance since Christmas haa boon good There are now moro thanfor 00 pupils in regular attendance in U Primary Department nun n sulllcio ut nuniber iu all tho other rooms to givo tho teachers plenty of work Visitors cordially invited at all timesJ 0 CHEEK Counterfeit Moner Onr merchants both in town nUll county might boar in mind the fact that in several counties in our State counterfeit money has been making i t appearance of late Thus far wo have been spared tho iojictiou but keep on tho lookout for wo dont know what moment the coin may start in clrculu thou iu our own midst Farmers too keep your weather eye open Thrf is made out of babbit metal and resemi bleu tho BtyvuiAiouyory closely and bears tho date QtfoOp Some portions of tit country back m DeceuiWf about the cdI T rGOEBELS ASSASSINSIII sV1 Investigation Stilranl Progreis ThOr lfn Cotntl GrAndJurywae impanaciled Monday and the avtMtt bgation of the charges of those accwed of being accessories to the assassination of Gov Goobel is in progress Of coarse i he evidence before tlc Grand Jury is not yet exposed but is alledged to boU imoro damaging than that betorefthe Examining Court Tho Grand Jury will bo in session two weeks then the trial of those indicted will be fixed for a flay ad thon1t is understood that the defendants Will pray for a change af venue whichno doubt will be graifed i1tt- If It is takenr11 some btfier VouaTyl t ifmay bo several months before final trial can bo had f IftWey is Willing 4it Admiral Dewey alter mucli proton lag hUH finally authoritatively arinounc ed his willingness to accept a nomina lion for the presidency Solar it fanoi known on what platform he wfllrunorcto which political party ho will acknowl edge allegiance sSmall Pox at Crutclifiildv t Telephone yesterday reported thinrdeath of Mr Neal Little a most worthy and valuable citizen mr i Judge Kearby has the pwnll0IRlkfer McCormick Chmn StatQt Biised f Health to send two expert phyHclau 4iti to Crntohfleld immediately r Novi Dead In tho report elsewhere in the Cour ier ot tho affray between Morris and Elgin it is stated that Elgin was killedrIt was so reported but ww Jgaro aiicoL r that ho is not dead but in a geroua conditiont I Te Saccced Jajfa Wklte Tliuco are already tknxy probable can dldatcs to succeed Ju tJ D White on the Appellate BcMfct Jto 1900 They are circoa Judges Jrltii a- 3layfield 4Jno IJ Y iiii1aud TJNilrhn vilJc Jwige M iTHAT GENERAL EUROPEAN WAX Russias Hold Game There is more of a promiso of con tinned peace than of sudden war in tho rapidly increasing news stories from Europe which picture Russia in thaat ftitndo of the traditional Irishman fer i vently entreating some ono to tread on the tail of his coat and thereby givoLcause for a refreshing fight At tho present moment the Czars Government seems to be simultaneous ly offering this temptation to Great Britain Turkey and Japan with the privilege of first come first served t frankly extended On the frontiers of India the English ore being provoked by Russian encroachment On tho Turk tshtrontiernearly300000RussiantroopsI I 1arc mobilized and Turkey is being pressed for concessions to which war may bo preferable In Korea the Russians ore demanding territory conflicting serious ly with Japans claims and the gather ing of a Russian Scot in Korean waters adds emphasis to the Russian demand All this t nds to make tho situation 1 decidedly Interesting but it is not yet time to predict tho early outbreak of that general European war so long dreaded and avoided by tho Powers The greatest danger of tho present crisis is that of a clash between England and Russia It this can bo averted it is safe to say that Japan or Turkey will not hastily force tho issue with the Czars f Government Tho Sick Man of Europe andmtho Little Brown Man of the Orient is a bit too young and unstable in his modernity Russias boldness just nowtt looks like the boldness winch cornea worktoTUB Harpers are bankrupt So much George William Curtis and fCarl learnedLOtho printing business likB their daddies when they worn young and they would t uot have mixed so much aeatheticism suit rose water with printers ink IT is rumored in diplomatic circles that tin run in the moon is organizing an expedition to size tho canals in Mars and there is n celestial war cloud that nusettles tho prices of cotton andrmay precipitate u financial patio This lays tho war between Russia and Japan nod Russia and Turkey and Franco wrIclouds in tho cool IK almost ovary neighborhood there is some one whoso life has been saved by Chamberlains Oholio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been- u cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make a point of tOliug of it whenever oppor- o tnuity offers hoping that it may big tho menus of saving other lives For solo by Cowgill Cowgill Hckmau and A M ShaW State Line dvoggists iA t y 1YI t 0 tAJ If J I Swti e 1 i i Thel Hicliman Courier o OEOUGE VA1UEN1ubtlshor HICKMAN i t KENTUCKY 71r7 7i14 AV7mti lt7YP717P71P71P 6 + CURRENT TOPICS America hrs seventeen oleomargar ine factories 4 A 100000 cotton mill Is to be built at Malison Gn New Ve rk has a coopcratlvo cigar r fcitemaknre union Plans arc in progress for an CXJK anion at Charleston S C r A free medical dispensary has bccc opened in Chinatown San Francisco 1 Capital invested in farming in this country is estimated at 10000000000 The Virginia Coal Iron Colas Co will soon put two more furnaces in blastIt is estimated that 3000 marriage are dally performed throughout the worldQueen Victoria has hail a handsome automobile regularly nttachcd to her tables A combination of the lime manufac turers of the south IK on the point ol completion MineralI production in the United States this year will reach a value ol iitmrly IQCOOOOtXX Contracts have been let forfhc con struction of a S1MQOO cotton factory nt KosaiutikoMIsst tc Au8triallungary has declined to inedhite between Uroat Britain and the South African republics Denmark Islands Iin the Wont Indies jJBSt the government 75000 s- II year iilortf than their revenue I The llocrs are wild to consider the 1 nppolntmuiit Of Lord lloborts n great compliment to the lYnnsvnnl The cotton naronge of Central Ar kaneos will be decreased this season on woo nt of the rcnrctty of labor + 1ft1rilrinu Is said to have mlngd S40 1 000000 worth of oopnr lat year Thin uriyitotv UlJIgtl1 QC HlQr riKiqid of any state In ten r union liov IlolllJis of New Hampshire Iit ttnmithtHfr of n mountainclimber sad tcr lis no difficult popk In his state which lie 1ms not iwcemlcd Meat Is very dear in Havana to the retail buyer The price for beef it about thirtyfive cents a pound and it is very poor beef nt that If the conductor of n street oar In Hamburg entries oven own IMUMPII per for whom there Is no unit ho It d subject to n flee of 00 anti j Sirs Grant the widow of the gen irnlI Itnds n very busy life and is ati jirosimt collecting for piililicaitlou o er nf her husbands letters WmmtI It is estimated that the ITwangho river of Chiron caused n loss of he livesiiI by drowning between 1851 and 1SG It is likely that the million dollar f worth of bonds to be sold for the creation of the new Mississippi state house will nil 111 tckon n that state The bonds will bear 4 pr cent interest and are not taxable The new Carnegin company result ing from tile settlerrfeni of the Iii ferences between Andrew Carnegie fir and Henry C Prick has been Ineor porated The capital utock Is i100 000000 and has all been subscribed One of thin houses in which Dante lIs asserted to have written the In ferno has just been sold at Mulazo In the mountains near Spezzia The town belonged to the Marquises Ma laspina who protected thin poet In one stage of his wanderings In San Francisco the board of health has created the position of assistant city physician with n salary of stop n month and put It in the hands of Dr Beatrice Ilinkle Her duties will be the care of sick women and chil dren in thin public institutions The German reiehstag has just voted nn appropriation of 175000 marks to the government for experiments In the emjoyment of automobiles in the army It Is highly possible that in n short time thin system will be tried for moving heavy pieces of ar tilleryCol Hodges of Perry county Geor la says the peach crop is till right The Elbertas and one or two other varieties were damaged slightly by the recent freeze but the damage done to the pcechcs is hardly enough to relieve the trees of the immense I amount of peaches they would have 1 President Kruger is almost n total abstainer null at banquets where wine is drunk he always has n glass of milk before him with which he pledg IIf toastfThe Erie canal in addition to pay Ing cost of construction maintenance and operation has paid over 360000 000 of freight money wtthis liie Jim its of the state Ther is u Negro In the dry of A- lbanyN Y who claims to be eligible to the society of the Sons of the net olutlon lie is professor Charles M Van Buren and U a descendant of Crlejiis Attacks L GRAND JURY AT WORK Investigation of the Assassination of Senator Wm Goebel Begun I Argument lu the GulirriiHlarliil Content Cnnrn Urgim In tin Court of AttcnU 10liny IrlllnIFrankfort Ky April 3The re publican military authorities Monday j day morning untitled Sheriff Suter that he or his depitli might enter the capitol grounds for thin purpose of serving processes of n civil nature but that they would not be permitted to serve nay of n criminal nature The guards nt the gate said they were acting under orders and In 1 spected the sheriffs papers to see If any warrants of arrest were nIuougII them before he was allowed to eutorI J 1 Sutton of Whitley county I and W I Haiellp of Gro lIon county I two suspects who are under 10000 bond each arrived Monday morning The Franklin county grand jury for the April term which will Investigate the assassination of Wm Ooebel wnsI afternoon nt Sannounced Monday oclock It Iis composed of the follow ing Frank Stngg U hen Brock I Wm Jraha D Lewellyn Gaines D W 11 George It F M Featherstone Anti Coebel Dem Robert Sutler D Chins llrldgeford Pop Ceo Ikrnback D John lleis D Bird Carter D1 s Cain D Hon T C Campbell of New York who will assist in the prosecution of those charged ns accessories to the murder of Wm Goebel was intro duced by Commonwealths Attorney I Franklin nail was sworn in so that he could practice in this court After instructing the grand jury Judge Cantrill named Itobt Sut tel as foreman and the grand jurors retired to their room to begin work i Frankfort Ky April 3The April term of the Frankfort circuit court and the grand jury working under It which will investigate the assassina tion of Wm Goebel began work The court did not convene till 2 oclock unit the original mnul drawn for I grand jurors waR exhausted before the I required number qualified to serve was SCI redIJudge CantrlHfl charge to the imuul jury mesa surprisingly brief sal devoid 1 of any thing of a sensational mature I lie sold in mibatanee You know the horrible situation In tbfo jaunty better than I can deplet It 1II hope and believe this grand Jury re ilteing the responsibility resting upon I U will dhHJltargtt Its entire duty farl- owlyI fairly wad Impartially sad If fit does no can or mt of trod am tey 3ran1iUHt at your dAtir wlren yottR labors terminate bra Steer of the court sad tit eomiHOHweallhs at tbrneywill gladly render you nay na aifitHHio you may read from theta Under the law you sro entitled to sixI Jays in which to complete your la bore but if you are unable to com plete your work Iin that time I will glndly enter an order extending your Hillings While nothing was mid by Judge Cantrill In his eliargu concerning It it is umlon Uo l tlmt Cemtnon wealths Attorney Fniriklln will rec ommend the bringing in of Indict ments against Republican Guy Tny lor and all of the republican minor state officers on the charge of usurp ation of oflkcH they are claiming to hold During the court prcllmlna ricK Attorney Scott for time demo units flied nn amended petition in the cases of the democratic minor state officers against the defendants in which 500 damages for alleged usurpation and unlawful retention of the offices in dispute is asked Tim suit of Alonzo Walker against Republican Gov Taylor and Adjt Gen Collier for 50000 was called but th5 defendants hall not filed answers and the case was passed Walker was arrested while serving a civil proccs on Gov Taylor u few days after the assassination of Goebel and was hold as a prisoner several days Louisville Ky April S Arguments In the gubernatorial test cases wne begun before the court of appeals sitting in the chancery division of the circuit court in this city Monday Chief Justice Hnzelrigg and the other members of the court of appeals nr rived here from Frankfort Monday morning Justice Hazclrigg an nounced that nil the arguments would be heard Monday that there would be two speeches on each side each speaker to be limited to an hour and n half and that a decision will be reached before the latter part of the week ExGov Bradley and Helm Bruce represent Goy Taylor Lewis McQuown of Howling Green anti Judge Wm S Pryor speak for Gov Ucckbnm Frankfort Ky April ITho gut ling guns which have been located lA the state house yard were removed and mounted Inside the executive building where the mnn body of the republican troops are quartered Time military officers decline to stute what expected change in the situation hits prompted this action No DnrnnRC From Front Atlanta Ga April 2 Dispatcher trout different parts of the state do not indicate any serious damage by Saturday anti Sunday nights frosts which were felt OH far south as Columbus At Adairsvillc in North Georgia i5 per cent of the late fruit In the valley was killed Will Meet in Chicago Next Year St Louis Am1Jlhe North Central Association 1 dt Colleges anti See ondaryScboo fJjurned to tiect jlJ Chicago on the last Friday in MarcL 1001r I COAL MINERS STRIKE Brttvern IITOOO and 1RO4N hi the JIUlllltlrtth Dlnlrlct flint 11010 lu the Irwin Illnlrlut Out Pittsburgh Tn April nrOin 12 000 to 15000 coal minors in the Pittsburgh district and 0000 in the Irwin dltitriet went on n strike MOhdny Th cause of the trouble in the Pitts burgh district is the dissatisfaction over the dead work scale of time In dlannpglls agreement and w as satire ly imfxpcvtcd Ill the river mUll were forvml to close down by the re fusal of the tacit to work and ninny of the railroad unison lire Idle 11II the Irwin district the inluurs titld- nn advance of live tents per ton Goadl artier prevails in both itlw tricts Time principal trouble In the 110Iburgh distrlut lis over the rutU of mine rate mind the pay for drlrThe drivers art not Katislled wlththeI advance of live per cent grantedl tin der the Indianapolis agreement ll41II are asking an advance equal to thpI Increase accorded to the minors orItwenty per cent advance At II1IntI where the mlnerH are satisfied V mh- unnble10Iing idle Under tho provisions 01I the Indianapolis agreement whl h went into effect Monday the Ia3t- mine tI workers is higher than for many years anti It Is thought tlllltI an amicable settlement can be reach ed without n prolonged strike THOUSANDS OF MEN STRIKEI Cnrurntrrn 1nliitrrn Ureoralori nail IMiiiitlirm In S ew York City and Vlflnltr Arc Out New York April 3Sterol thou smut men in the city and neighboring towns in New Jersey and Wcstohcstei county New York struck for Increased wages and shorter hour Most of the strikers ire onrpantgrs and the enormous amount of bulldfhs In progress favors the ton In Tht borough of the Bronx the carpenter demand 350 n day for eight lean work with a Saturday halt holkn and In Mt Vernon they ask Uf I day for the name work In Newark N J the carpenters de nand a n day for right hours They nrV get 175 for a Hinelto r iar The men are well organised nntjtkt w ntraetor are not making a ed- stand Indued there Is a general 3i position to comprombHt with 1a strikers and not a few eNq- have conceded the scale preeei Painters deeorat rs and i HlvlN n also struck in the nHnhliynng to u Manhattan ialaml and Itrooklyii rep iitkaay i x tinj t from labor Wrt rte blue cad not many men in tM WJW lay trades are idle Tk Mrpr lol tUfudflf WIM UM krttMnf MwrtlJUM awS ItaNva horiy m Nye and Port hr ter dorm dftfl 19O for eight hoar work n41 eltt em asked a for the same hours Am early apttlemrnt of ill the stmdli fp likely STRIKES IN CLEVELAND lntlHTM lull Work Tlirtiwlnif Oat PlnnlflrcrKPnlntrrii Will Mllr lyl Donlnro a Strike CluveJaMd 0 April IAbout 111 lathon olio struck Monday Ybaj+ i iaf blftl getting 14 canla a raN1- for Idice work sad XM a tiny TIleu demand IIB for 3 oentu a yanl amid Ia day Clevelmid 0 April IAll a result of the Ilathers strike about MO pta tercm are thrown out of employment It looked as though tho iaint rii would declare n strike at a merling to be held Monday night President OConnel of time inarbln Ittts union arid officials of time nstionnl metal association are expuetcd brre TiiHwiuy rlteywill endeavor it II said to settle the machinists atrlk WILL LECTURE i WHiitrr IJnvln AniiUlnnt Mrcrrlary of tin Interior hiss Tcndprril the HmlKiintloti Washington April 3 Webster Da via assistant secretary of the Inte nor Monday tendered hip resignation He will go on the lecture platformI in the interest of the lloers In an authorized statement glumI MonOuy Mr Davis says that as a re stilt of his visit to the Tratuvnnl he feels impelled to tender his resigna tlon as assistant secretary of the in tenor He will at nn early date deliver u lecture in this city in time in terests of the South African repub lies Mr Davis feels that this lis the best way to arouse the enthusiasm of the people in behalf of those republics Death ol n 1rlrnl St Louis April IHe Kgidui Smuldcrs C SS IL scnicjr priest of the Itcdcmptorlst order of the Tnitrd States tiled suddenly at the rectory of St Alphonsus church ngcd 83 onI the outbreak of the civil war he en listed asicluiplaln of the 8th Louinima volunteers He remained in the eon federate army for four years and wit with helm Lee nt the surrender of Ap pomattox Sltnntlon woks Hotter reporfromt olulu March 20 nnd received at tthe marine hospital service says the nitr ation looks better and It Is moped UK worst Is pasted No other bubonic cases have been Veportcd from Kalw but or Hiftinnd both places arc con sidered free from Infection n Ilorton Iloxlnu Law Kleneil Albany N Y April 3Uov Room vclt has signed the bill repealing tin cftectq f BRITISH AMBUSHED A Convoy Under Command of Col I Broadwood Falls Into a Trap Col IMiunrr lit llrlen hack In III IHTorln to Itnifli MitrrUlnir Wlirrc heavy Flwlillnu1 l Ile porttMl t IliUInuI Iliirr London April 311mi war olllci reports that Col ltroadwo l lost Mtvuit KUiHt and all his Imggtigo In time nut bush maid for him by tho liners on Saturday The ciistmUli numbered 330 The war ollloe hna ruetlved the fol lowing cll pAtch from 1orel Roberts unmet llloumfontvln April lz I rim calved news late ytMttenlny evening front Col llroadwood who was nt Thnban Chu thlrtyulgjit miles vast uf hero toot Informntlon Iwid reached hint that time enemy was approaching in two forces from the north mold thqutlllt He stated that if tit report proved true ho would retire to wards time water works seventeen silos nmrvr llloomfontelu when we have had a detaahmont of mounted infantry for the protection of tim- eworks llroadwood was told In reply that the oth division with MartyrsI mount ed Infantry will march at daylight tansy to support him nnd that If he conceders It necttwary hi should retire front the water works Ho moved there during the night and blvouacvd I At dawn today he 111 shelled by limo I enemy who attacked on throe sides J He Immediately dlMpalahcd two hone j artillery batteries and Mil Iwggaga toward llloemfontein covering NOIIIO of them with hiv onvnlry Some two uillen front time waterworks the road oroswes a deep nullah or sunlit In which during the night a force of lloors hud ooneonlMl theca salves So well wore they hkldon that OKr kwdlHg Mouta pawe l over the drift wltkowt dtevovurittg them andl it was RUt HHtll tit itgomi NHI guns were raterlng udrift that the lltwrx showed themselves salt olKIiNI tire tinny of the tlrlvira Ot the nrtltl ry horses were immrtllateljr shot down nt hurt range andl sirrsyof the guns were eaptnrwl The remainder gallom sway covered by Itoberts home waieh kNlferetl heavily I Mi in while Lieut CbeaterMHMtera of Krmingionii cUt found a few sage rrara the xpritlt unocrupietl by the enemy bjr which the remainder uf llroad woods font orniwed They re formetl I tItIt te ilin1 aa notwithstanding all that had prtftiotiviy ueear red MBra4wood a report wWck laM itp trldrAllltilltlwa11 i gonm sad all Ma bnmrn e He eMliWitM all bin rasualllem at 3SO lla- ettatlinR 31N tiiaialr ta heaths this morning that liroitilwootl wus hart I HCNMM I imme distelynrderril lieni Knnvlt with aInsnalalnif rvulr tinimlr to rI1Iill sannort of the trllt division rbe latter after a uiiirnlflcunt mon hor Tilted on the aeel1e of action shortly nfter S P m- tfrrnlwoods force conHlxted of th fl a11 HouMchohl cavalry u lah- laaars Q std l bstterlr of the loyal HOHMS artillery anti 1llekera dttttnlloH of mounted Infantry Tho strength of the eueiny U e UmattHl at from MM to IOJJOO with Kiln tile number pf whisk k nut yet rojiortcd1rutorin Mnreh 31There linn betm henry fighting bwtwvun llmdfort ami Hloiinfontoln The Wakkenitruum and Knnclo coimnmulow attacked 7000 IlrltUlt and drove them Imck with heavy lass- Auoordhig to the reports of the tighta hag occurred nil along the line TheI federal troops held positions on tiniI side and top of tho mountain vuil I the liritltdi position were on time op posite side of the hill The llritUh charged repeatedly lint were repulwl The latest reports any that the fed lento were more than holding their own but the final result of the tight ing IH not known hors Time federal loss was ulna killwl and wounded Reports from llrandfort received atcr state that 2000 federalx at tacked 3000 Ilritlsh HHoceflsfully but that 13000 British reinforcements ar rived and the federals were compelled to retire uftyr pnnl hlng the llritlsh severelyThe loss according to these reports vans slight Pretoria April 1 Cannonading wnn igain hoard in tho direction of Brand tort Saturday mad It la reported that henry lighting occurred Saturday irotind Mafeking It lin added thin Col llunier8 relief column wan com pelted to retire with lass No detail have been received Klmberley Sunday April 1 There IH n great Hoer activity along the Vital river About COOO burgher lava araemliled at varioijh potato be tween Fourteen Strums and ChriR oecupylugrWltrand north of Klipdam and 100 men arc angered at lloetsup Sin ii y StcrrnRe IliRHPiiKcrii New York April LTue Hamburg American line steamer Phoenicia IInmburgItcerage passengers time largest sutra bar of immigrant arriving by any sne steamer In many years Urn 1iiem Surrender Manila April trlae Chinese den Innn who has been terrorizing nnd Icvttstntlng the province of Panay r ids surrendered at Leguspl to Brig Oen Kobbe who lai bringing him to yiaiUln MAY BE STORY OF THE I MAINII Dpauliih Cipher C ellrnlll 1OdII by an Amrrlpan 11tldllrIIn atnnlln Irrntne tape is tho expression which might mrovoh bo applied to SpanUh ofltolal circumlocution C 1111 lid a young man from lllnmnrok N DonmlJ to Chloago a few days ago to join regiment which he hnd heard was benII ing recruited there for service In I time hoer army Ho corriwl a litItie bundle of Was paper wulch I I reveal thus secret of the Maine cxjilit stan in Havapa hcrbor if the writing on It could be read It purports to bo- n dispatch In ojihcr front a HnanUh of fiolnl In Havana to tiM Lira August at Manila It IIs doled February is ISM and written IM SpanUh dither code on a narrow ribbon of light blur paper about 100 feet long The piper is wound In a circular Mil HIM molten a bunch six Inches In diameter Tart IIs nothing on the paper to establish Its genultienoM says the inter Ocean YonHg Lelowl got It front fharlw Jark on n soldier in a South Dakota regiment that served In the Philippine When the Ameriran army took IKMwcMalon nt Manila this paper with a great many other oiUclal dorlaIt Is said was found In n wale In Ike governor generals ollloe Ueu OUR or dered1 them all burned hilt Jaekkou rims I cued the cipher cablegram from lbw pile as n souvenir He vas killed soon afterward but prevlnvs to that hind iwiIIi the paper to Lelandl A SUCCESSFUL FARMER Within three mils of the town go- Ing east + rarl IU the farm of Mr W Creamer one of the iHMHMpulltyi i largest and sweet Sl1llllro nisei farmers Mr Creamer wine tr this country In isao lend settled OH a jior lion of the land which comprise hits present cHonnous farm of Ijmi Here In oommcn with many others of a idmllar Iperiod tar exKfrtjiewl all the hardtthlps and dllllHlticM eommon toII the absence of railway still market fa sullies In no wise dannied by en tIIlJaill I k an eclair I mracea sad la known through out the distill as use of Its preuml neat farmers ills operation et teed 1 ever lnu acre two r otlona the t q thonght alone ol so mach land lsskw the eastern farmer dlaarl mu arm of this to broken sad th remainder1 Ila excellent pasture land and wood This harvest he took oil a crop of MO arras et wheat end too of other grain Pour hundred acres are plowed sad ready for wheat next spring Mr Creamer 1la ao has been stated a mixed tann ol no mesa proportion having at u nrwcnt time 40 horses W head of aattle grid N The most madern tt fear w II s Jfl I the mum building betag a bern feet squat am m terse MmnMtMl I Jontalnlnjr tabllafr for 10 home and a lnrjrf number of ratttr The loft U tnocJ with W Mdl of sheaf oat fur feed moil ton of hay there a alo a cutting het Another building rf large dlmennton Iis the granary la rrhich after teaming large quantltlr to mfet he till has stored 3iKi4 biwhelsI of wheat A crushing ma rk I ne U In the building There are a number of lesser building Minialn IIng rbhhen kowe pig Ipen sad cattlle hhrd The farm residence IIs a hand- tome frame structure of amyl pro mrtk n InI connection with It I a woof eked The water supply I un scehIMl besides hoHe supply there w a well In this tables and a never falling spring tltnate In a bluff which never freoaea Bnrroattdod by a thick bluff of Mipars extending In n semi circle to the weat north and ei11- time winter storms are broken amid ae cuNiulation of snow unknown Added la hit farming operations Mr Cream er conducts n tlireiihing outfit for eye season Hln miecowt Is only one In itancc of what van be accomplishedI In Western Canada Ilaldur Man t II 1800eThousands ore going to WesternI Canada this year to take advantage ofr the Ire homestead laws that arc be lug offered by the government Some folks think that honesty in modem lion is the but polity 1utk w IAMERICAN ENTEnPRISE t time First Probt non church nt Ilno 11IM irk 1 ha- telling Ills eongregntlon ot his tr w ria In the Holy Lund and closed ftl1t remarks with this Incident Illustnil lug American enterprise When at Jacobs Well he drew therefrom with WnuflIbucket he fouifd It was n l rlllJtlCIetj CaunI t i lllufTI ft j An lv runrkr l laird I hiveii I VtoIPdM lhst W you Aoriaar Ok we MtMd sn tMthnshulic Nl 11 title Hpio4tlB8 II eemmiUee t atiiUM4l j not steer rhtltit ju kitow for UM we tattoo uf the cijskoo neaekor ysuknowi I TV California dtilcklr and Ooniforl I ably I Via Clomps Union facilei M NItWestern Une The Ov rbinJLMI4f len CTitcMo daily O30111yrrltro1 flu Friesen llMI tte oooaof thM day sail loa el Q4s next ssoraiat N caaM 0f an 111 meal ii dlIIC arc hlsai c- aHis hbn1 nn witkbrber Ts- best i of ire lbiag Tire 1filev- es Chwaao daily 1030111I with CUMS and tnroMth lourwi lHrert U OUfor everyThursdayI rags A XnhWMrn lly Per fall itfrnutNHt sad illu trlH from hM sly to W II Knit rn 2 1llfthsve Lhksso IH band ICnanarmrnl itOwd1 aSN30 know IIew lltt things Are sIsry iiwhsleI odd NtN A11i d- r i ihiiil of the llrl r And Other Ta Heeltwl Ir Mskinga lies tail SUMHINMOIMI TrslL SfitlpteM the i tIt- sd Scar a PiUr irf the VUrW JtlNutl dJtMtIth1 pitiI Cut fdsttos Utatted Tim stud MMHtty cvnrdgr an Itllaar iIO 1uly New sroiiarr aart 1e I SprIngf Annually Says Take Ji 1 t I I J Hoods i Sarsaparilla ttIn the spring thus 1ltapkat lloita Kruttlnn and General Z hind Keeling IIndicate are cobweb Its tINt thattt needs a thocnugh bmsMng dull 3 ht brash la UfMTs Ijju=welsh molt nil AasadtlreeV s J U I i Miasthtif Ieradicates crafaat suMws Ml Rheum neutraliKe tM acidity J 4- wbkb rouse Itlseumsilsml I abort pariSe the blood and thoroughly nnotate IM whole I physical rtrni A Wobstanrtrll lleal1 Misaps and IIt has girn thus best S trill atUfM tton especially as a tHM toloe It Nallthe general system a IIPW life iwluKT I WhitoUnd Indiana altCJL s a tt cn fi s smtr W L DOUCLAS S3 3BO SHOES H1WJ1 I Worth fl4 to SO compared with othbr makes i indorsed mer S IJOWJWO nesters f 17eprnufe pare w LvI touUi iumad t rkel umprdesbottom i its t no ubtUlutt i kjnid to Ibe ai pod Your duke I tMild himr Mm ttt DOC we silt tnd rah iiinkind ot lather lite ami wWhh ntiln nr tin toe Oil hisI ousnun r W L DOUGUi ItW CO BmMs Mm I1UUlltIII OK THIS IArnil I IJltJllIIUmlO lllV IN ITS ANTT1IIKO IOltMVS MIOlU INSIST nON IIAVINO WIIATTIIKT ASK POlL IlKKUPINO AtXHUltSTlTtTKa Oil IMITATIONS Time is Money Time is money and worth saving IfJcantaave half a day by selecting theright route Your natural route is via St Louis Take trains from here that will reach St Louis in the evening as Wabash Cannon Ball leaves St Louis 730 p m and you are in Omaha next morning in time for breakfast Avoid troubleno other route will get you there much before noon Our Connection Westlf you want to reach Ogden Salt Lake Butte Helena San youhaveOmaha when theOverland Limited starts for these points Wonderfully convenient dont you think A folderilmple complete tells sit ibout III some thing worth knowing U you want to Teach soy wettern city you can hue lull ipcclbc Information about your best train sod connection railroad sad aleeplng car tan etc and the rat wl be rig- htlAdewCSCRANBOWI Pa VrJ Tlcktt ItStLoutJ I e 1 J drr 10 N- rye j t J 17E= ts11t1 l MJM dLY a wrnlrP L + CW pewrilNt41a YM + 74e Mi- b1I J I 114 1I I r t I JiOTESN mOMWR8HIN8TON Fresh Items of Interest on Impor tant Issues for Democratic ReadersS- HORTCOMINGS OF THE ADMINISTRATION Inllure of llriiilillcnn lit lUtrml in IHrlu Him IrolriMlun nf Ilir Con Hlllnllim Driiiiirriitlf Iriitml Knliml IniierlnllKiu HllllnrUui trirlcil hytlhe Irnple tHp oIn1 CorTNIHIlid 1tIt I Qon Otis IN uomlnjr hose broken in honllfc anti with the oliccrful propcot ul fnoliig u storm of critlclKin from b ppoplc of thr oountry KmpliHNlN put on the ItJof continued military novorunumt In the Ilillippineti by Mo K1iilcij Ii plNH of dividing tin territory iHtn four military doimrtHtrnt with n J ein rHl lit tit krI of tuh- Oll Imit IWH aNlludof Mirloiih ill TTPW af Inrompetency and perhnptt I1MB uwrltMl much of the iitifnrorublc itritMMH hut tlu dcmoerHlM do tint lull aicM of the fuel that Otis wns laerly the sgeat of the ndmlutn + llou If WAil orrylHf out u campaign ptafuwd IH Vw hlHftoi if he WM not Hbto mINI efiletpMt the nfpoimlblltty nUtt rests with the udmlnliitnitlun for- net M lrrllHr aHHr cofHiwinilor fwko WBThr n ralillpMti are MyiHtr1 HB little M posibtei ahol the Ililllpplntw thPKO itavfc but It to evident that the ktandii i taw by no meniwi 1In n atutu of ubJHgn ttoH Thrk whirrs an to Iwdcwtrod cwt of lte hmpllaU nroiiwl MnnllnaHd MHt bom M M to Irave room for the I gust I enum In UIB siek Ihrt wldoli UI ixprrtMl M MOM an the rainy MWMIII JIIOt I INn tf of founa the administra tion Ilkra to gin out the ImprfwrfoH twMt tbe toMnvottou la ovof yet- I U I tot MMktatHlI Mndvl iiblpM to 1ew ra 1M foreM tIH the InlniMln In filet It UI ttktapertttl that there trtMiiwI mny bP Ne dd trIM Molaramudahl eita of HulaI thaHM kflpfMm lo bweme rv while the rojwo troops in for1 1Uou ore still fruit with tba krUttuH Ftlipiom u In LuoIIIInti Inr urlgbborkod17reeiiIPOlr in thr rtt Ihllinr- Mpit rnlutihI KtehartlMMi rk lr wan of the demnrratktonjfrraIoissl l cnininiitre iMka rrry kv rfitlly1 in re hard to the itemavnitl 4mnm for iaH itrift a majuritjr of UK next Itonw IItry The rogrtaakMialI rnwMil Irv kobat frt M Ht iM ljr Ita pleas arc brlajf Irtelope art It trey aetitt eamtMifi viii be Mrttal m In aolee of d alrifi wtevr It will only N- ratI I till na IAo rats cam I aM 01111C Wrnt I Int t tholsio lItlllltUn- Ttv i rewihi iiti runrmtlon trkkthr iioMtinatfftl I iirrseatat4w- Otrivrlur nclcII a nolution IIn rim jfnnl to the NftinlnkiirtiiiiiirB attliwto townrd ltto like wisI1 li Iu rsthrrsiR iilflt ni It hi rrgHiilr III Vaaklng ta Nt tuirrbNkIWII r the repubikel onnqwLM plMlkn uf the failure to C xtr td ilir irot tf1aii nf tin euMctltu tlon U but haNd Jen Mveiior HKHIBJIII lo yet hilt tonotli t rih In Mnvtriitlon to declare IIN rah Miuoe tlmt tlux fator a Inrlff 1 between IWio ItkotmilI tin ret of tbe j tHlted ttales IH enJer in protect tliw D laliof sadl 1 Industry cf lilt people of I ttbe United State from unjust et HII e d kIlt ornlllr Ohio repulilirNti in Ibelr Mon to siipMirl fontTf nnd the ad alihlslI 11 ion probably forget Ibat Ihlh MIMT A iitfreiiH prapdwa to jars a Ha waiian billi which will alkm unmrtrlrt cd buMlyiiitlou of Clilnanxu into tliii conn1c r H ear nftur lllrrajf oC tits Mil llarw Hill thug wpjar that with INotletleH lo llaboe sad iadtryof the United StateaT Keprrwnt h tlroftvennr k tern jwbllant rater liiue irss in expluininn the wkole Porto Rkan muddle to his eonitlliirnto but the dtmornu lire of the opt+ lou that if 1t11I1s tilt oil defense time republic nisi 115W It la a very tarok me andI will hardly appealI lo InlvlllirrHl voter Irulrl Aunltml Inii0rlnll iu- Spenltlnif of therompetIlionbetwvea- the ehPN p tabor of Ioilo Kiroaiid the fUillppilie with that of Oil Inltud Slate Chairman jifwa of the demo oru lie nnlloual roniwlltee points out that llw ilemncrala nor uiily fur free traik with tiioaw Ulnnds iniiwmuch na it In one of the til eli leu I ulI and neccMirv feature of the ponatimloii nf uch ter ritory by the rotted Sinteti juit an fn e trade between the ninte Ilauees i nary under the constitution Thedem ooruih lisle howevrr from time to time jMintedi out lo their republican brethren who err daft on the ques tins of Iimperialism Ithin the neijiilii tluu of the IiiHuliu po HCSjions broughtt with It ury grave UQsIimi iifTecting the indiiRlrial conditions of this cowl trvJIiiil tthat the patty which stood for Imperialism inunt tal e the eoiuc quit urt s when I he people hail an oppor to cxprcwi llieir opinion of the letter 1 ItAlooks now as If Itho protest nputiiB InipcrlnllMn and SIN attendant evils IIK Bothering strength every day Money fur Mlllnrlni The army appropriation lilll Is be Toro thet bouse It asks for a total of nearly 111000010 for the fiscal year Tho bill lIII very long mind molted It begins with modest Items Tho mil lion lure tucked away In modest cor iiona In Ithe hill but they are there The dcbnto on It Is anything but mild The houW has been smarting over thoPor to Rican matter und time army bill gives the opportunity to go Into till whole question of republican colonial policy lime republicans Lire very anxious to JHltIii thin measure because they must IBait tlie Tndncy wlth whhin tokqcpn blffartny llnthR IliHIpplucs v Protest agnliiKt themcxiHiircarocom ing In from fnrmora wage workers and merchauta Mllltarlflin 1 U tint popular with Imvo to foot thethcIItOJlIWhobilln in the Cootir DAlene Investigation are stirring up considerable npitrcliuniloii in the coil try IH lot lie ad vlwiblllty of heavily tax Ing the people to Hiipport abig military forte which may possibly be need nt home to take away nil rights of oil Kens The Porto Illinn Tariff Tin iioutie IIIIK n fair jiroxpect of get ting another tote on the Porto Rican tariff The ttcuate shows every dltipo alf lOll to pawia government bill with A tariff amendment Instead of the tariff muaKiirc jianncd by the hoimo The sen ate free Irndc insurgents ten IlItI innto that they will now vote for the Koraker bill ami give thick colleagues In tilt house a elianee to send buck n free trade ineiiMirp If they choose The whole light illiorganles the republican forces more and more each day The one thing that the republicans cling to with great pertinacity In that they will trot concede that Porto lien Is u part of the Ilillvil Stales and entitled to the pro rot Ion of tin eoimtitutlon In the words of Senator Porukor the unfor tunate people of that Island are eili XOIIH of Porto lileo und entitled to the protection of the United Stiitc That means whatever iiienmiro of pro tection a trllltIOlltrollceI repiiblleHn vongrowt ohooscK to give The Ciiriir DAlnne Tronhle The liiveatlfatioii of the our ilAlene milting troubles Iii httomlng II mutter of national interest Ileprcnent II tin Dick with the republiean nut jcr Ity of the military affair uummlttGu Iis idiidiiitliiK the Investigation in n moat nnrtiaMii lad unfair niHtiner lint he euiiHOt eouceal the fart that the mill tary ami tilt adiiilukuratioii are re spoujIh for tho permit system which is In vlatatloH of all rights of eltiavHahlp ADOMMI IATTBKSON TilE PAYER SHOULD OWN An AninxlitK limlniiee of lteiiihllonn- Milm rvlin + e lo llrlllnh- liiteriviln ICven the 1MU amecdmeMi to tiff llnjr1nNHwfottf treaty don not fully protect tbe Interecta of tke Lnltml Ktatenln tie Nicaragua ranal tthkk we are to build at our own espenae and It Ila a aiirnlJIratit fart that M mnall I a eourrask1Nl made to ike Aineriran keetlment whkk bellee that tbe canal wr build vre akouM protect U anlay oniaedb all tke administration forces Kenntnr Darts antendment limply provide that In lime1 of war the 1niled Wales may land troops tb up earthworKa and other trugwrnr- forllllostloa Woskadr for cui BaI np MM U M a MAM of national dcfuiito flat wEStt tea M bogies It Is too Ia4o to ti4 Io atuf air t i i lu t Ute Unlte Watea the lirlr to erect permanent forth ratloas a eltker rod uf tke analI wklrk we to dlir at an expenM wbkk will prob stilt not tail short of tKWOOuoou 1 U a complete orrender to Sliest Hrit air It la a virtual adrolwlon that ex tilt by conredlnfr to the Itritlrk a k nice In the mailer we ennnot do sirhoone OB our own continent evenI with the eoHj4 e consent of a naflon in wkoso twrrltory we propose to op rmle There la only one more in fiienf in tlie lour record of republiean sob ervlencc to Ilritlak Interecta but pre- knps Iit Ila the mot Mmaxiiif time moo lnroinHrekeiMrl le the mo4 eJieemWo of nil MelilnleyI IMnlocrnl Uehlnd Mr MeKlnley IH a oHlbhtu tion of torn who are the product and defender of tbe republican fmciallmit not one of wbom Ila In politics to bo president but all of whom want to bu next to the prealdent and frelI that they Iltflat wit They believe In money for XHlulnff bualnoMi or fooial or po lit lea I mules Tliey are the pi u torrut that money power who hurt nearly TMMUXKI of enemies In 196 uml who would have bad more if tilt nature of the lane of that year had not united nil property InterrstN those who be lieve in government for private jruln nnd thiMv who hold that Koveriiment should eoniklder merely the public wel1 III rclIcur Looinls NeUon III Atlftn tic An UfVchNiigc Nays If Mr Mo Klnley has Site courage of his convic tion lie will either veto or rfuso to sign thus Porto Itionn tnrtir bill Tlit ro mummies the old question What are Mr MeKlnley eonvletions Flue preiident In Ills asnuHt iuetM4ge ndviwd tree trade with Porto HIM lit emphaxlwd this OH n plain duty Tlwn came the hill to Impoftc 85 prr cent of the Ding ley duties afterward amended so ns to make It 15 per vent for two yours It was asstimed that the leaders in the home uiiul the president were at eross purposes but lo the tenders were sent for and left the white IIOIINC with theI word that the bill must pans The ipres ident whipped the reeulclt rants into opposition to Ms own message What can the senate do for such n titanCtn cinnati Knqulrer Imperialism in no longer a myth In tthis eountry nnd imperialist is n Kiibstantlve that has at hist found the thing it stand for Our Imperialists are till republican protectionists who want to put high tariff taxes on the products of our new 1poKxessionu Im ported into Ithe lvnltcd States Impe rlalUm mud protection LINE both me dieval insHtutinns It is natural that they should find favor only with bour bon republican X Y Times =The plan of the republicans fat the campaign of 1000 are said tolncludn n tour by MeKlnley with speeches from the tail emi of trains In 1R9G Moham med stayed at Canton and Invited the mountain to count to him In lOCftMo iiuinmcd will go to thoicouutaiu2jt LouiN Ucpuultc BROOKS MURDERERS SETTLED The Chinese Government Rats lee Controversy ArUlntf Over the Kllllnir of n 3lln loiinrjf- Pokln April The Chinese gov etnment has settled tho oontro eery arising out of the murder on December 3 lust of KCV Mr IJrooks of the church missionary society on the following terms Two of tin murderers will ho beheaded one Im prisoned for life ono for ten years another for two years n memorial chapel will bo erected upon the slti of the murder and n tablet will ht placed in Canterbury cathedral Kng land at the expense of tho Chlncm government Rev Mr Brooks at the time of his murder was stationed nt Ping Yin In the province of ShanTung lie WAS captured In that vicinity and killed by members of the seditious society known OH Boxers who had been very active In destroying vile luges and slaughtering native Chris tines The governor of tho provinci IIHH dispatched H force of cavalry to the scent of disturbance but the sole dlers arrived too late to save the life nf Mr Brooks LIVE STOCK CENSUS The lru111CIhc Cnpnclty or the Entire Mnm or Cnllle or Sheop fur Anr Inrtlcular Sennon Washington April trhe coulug cciunm of the stock will nndortak three new natures chifBlflcntloi by age and partly bysex nnd UBO a count of pureblood animals und on piiiimeratlon of stock not on farms and range these last amounting to several million hend The ego class flcatlon Will undertaken in response to a ilomand of the stock men who felt that the mere enumeration of anlnmltt regnrlcss of ago mad use was shout us valueless as H count of in habitants without distinction of AgO sex color and occupation They tx pressed a dwrtio to secure n mauls for ralmilatlng the npproxlmnto nunibo f hire tock and the productive rnpl city of the entire IIIBK of cnttlo or sharp for any particular HWIKOII and tho schedules have been prepared ttl meet their wishes SCHOOL BUILDING BURNED Two Ilroiucn Klllnl Three Olhlr- liijurfil unit T TO SilioitllMiyn Were Ilnillr Slum Owoaao Mieb April 8 Two fir wmen were killed by falling wall Inn hlghdally Mon waro MriaanV fi- SSff1p1 trtwl find two mJI 1 rt uh IWll bhraingt ihrthot air ducts to all parts of the build reThe nckool house war on n hillI furtabut auMrieut force to render the tire department much Use A portion of the walls fell unexpectedly earryiii Firemen Itluul Tucker down tc tko bMwmeBt with the debris Clue other flremoii who full with the wall were Iwdly braised and crnahel hut ar exported to recover The milld ing wan aluwl nt 133000 Inmmuiee W8000 tTWO MONTHS EXTRA PAY Jew lark nnit town Koliller Will lie llfiiollltril by nil Ainenilinrut to truly Aiiriirlntliin Illll- YaaltIiigton April 1ICn who served In the SUnd New Yorkltrl went and In Kootwvolts Itongh Hid era will receive two mouths extni iay rout the gorltlUlnttn8 the result af an nmomlmmit which KoprosonUi live Cluytoa of lets York lips In ktrumental In adding to time tiring ap nroprintioii till ThoM two regiments and two Iowa batteries wero mustered out of the lervice before the general law went into effect giving tho volunteers ex ten pay The amendment will place tlioao organizations on tho testate foot ing its al other voluntcorv In the tpuntah Will Hen llcrnnnilrz Drfrnloil Port of Spain Trinidad April 1 the Venraiiulun government olllcials report that Kcvere lighting occurred near the city of Bolivar on March 22 lien IC II II I olin oommanditig tlte time ernment troops It is announced de feated Get llernnnde His forces killed 223 of the revolutionist took 80 prisoners and captured a large quantity of arms and ammunition JIG government low was smith Turkey Settle Itnuiilu Deniniiiln Constantinople April 2he Otto man government hUH addressed u note to the Russian embassy declare ing that in time event of the Porte pot constructing railway lines in time flack sea districts bounded by railways already conceded to others then vjnccHsions will be grunted to Ruse rfla It1M considered that the Porte In this way settles the Itussinn de hands lu the premises Steamer Unnrnnllned San Francisco April 31ho steamer China which arrived from Hong Korg was quarantined She report ed tho death of one of lies Chinese passengers and the sickness of an other aboard Time ships doctor had not determined the nature ot the ills ronse IMnunc Run KM Coume San Francisco April 3TIe trans port Sheridan reports that the plague In Honolulu linn afoot run its course fo coses hind developed for a wecU bore the vessel solicit Mnrob N J NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY Ges CounuauderllI f M III Knvor of ItLS AlbertlWa1 Ile who atourhereWwild ttni Shun t erywtlero I Willi soljellIInfihnJropI1dwllrJJnQn the sonic plane They wore welded n tileadwliouldWh t do you think of the sugges On to make confederate deeorntlon 4nS I national holiday asked the reII wirier Xl think It n fine thing said GonII haw One of mj therlHhcll plans f- At s sake the last Sunday in May I thoLeadmesas occnllionnillie then of the confederacy theI JinkMi army and the bravo boys in 1i 1w who died In the wnr with Spain lltl To m FilipinoIlPad more npl rttroprtate I think memorial da ho ld come on Sunday for then wl lid pure the church buhind It Morn lJIkPIr could take part lit time delllon- 1Intloll Tho matter of u national iiHmorutl day will probably come up nl the coming encampment At Chi ditgo sits If not adopted then willI SJirHy he brought up next year whan Tr will perKoually make an effort to gfjfure its passage FOUND ANCIENT RELICS O An Inmeime Jlimtodoii Skeleton To crlhrr With IrrliUlnrlc Wcnun- riB DUiovrrciI In n Case Xfw Dwmtur Ala April 3Dr 1r aidMtn I tenlay late United Statesj ttjpMul to Tangier Morbcco who a raw kgo discovered n wive nun r IViurah which WIIB Hiipposed to have 1pe the home of u gang of counts ices years ago has jut returnedI ftnn another trip of Invent IgntiotQ to itjr stern and this time reports aim Of the mot remarkable ands In tho UoV of prehistoric relies in the his tfry of the United States iSm the reniotcKt extremity of the qfttrni were found nil the boon- e at Jn I largest muaiodon which huts ev- s wlaeovcred in any part of the jQjiiDtny The skeleton will be ship h3di V the Smithsonian inatltutu rtlngton n C The bones are 1 i txcullant aUttu of pru0rvnUon ffe 1WU must Imxo J t- tpq1 i t01uot in IltQJi nother part of time wtnwbor a If quantity of coin gold am bro ornanienlK pottery anti Pr h Brie implement of war were to O A MANOFWAR Iriilinhly Inc1hnt Suck During aha HrtTiliitloii lIlMeiivered Iniler lb Jlud of Sliviinnnh llnrhor l1lltnAh OCi AIIII t1ho dnd ItotiiocU working near Iluteh1un4i iixfftlhl in the proximity of the hn hula ilfecovered the wreck of a llr isli uttrlil which MCUIB to irate be iin1cIn the channel during the rev olllltohnry war- Tlty111rers employed on time dredge niajttr l cursory oxninliiNtlon 11 rOult1easily make out the outline of l ho vossel and several of the iron art8 and portholes The derricks hll1 JIftcd two cannon one piece ieT lifng about 1000 pounds and the other1 850 The discovery lifts excited1 the JJunll watermen and droves of niHJOOat borer near the spot In tho lionO df belnir able to pick up some Iihfajf of value SpeeulHtion us to ti nifilln of the ship end the insult f llTJi collapse in rife amid those pi d pit local history are making kear jilng invest igut ions ii TWO MEN ASPHYXIATED GOB i Kloookiii and Illvhnrd Cuiiley nand Ucn l In iillnlil lit Jrarre haute I nil tl irre Haute Ind April 3 Seorge 1lficukun and Klelmnl CooleyI were foijjldI dead in n bed at Smiths hot I INtill morning from asphyxiation Tlmy humid turned till gut on when liOy Went to tail Sunday sight sup lHsedly by n eldent Onp story Is that they hail keen drinking They xvarcj lead when the room was enter Gill Monday morning at 0 oclock Iloeckcn worked at the cur factory but Cooley was not employed I lloth were libout 33 years old Charged AVIth Murder Jjnthlnna ICy April 3WUuighlfn n wellknown farmer wiu arrested on n warrant eliargiug him with the murder of Miss Ida Hitcn n pretty young woman who died Sat urday from the result of an opera lion Lnughlin was released on 5000 ball The girl was n member of a highly respected family Cotton Compre Ilnut llurni MtUo Stock Ark April IXIW rea hcH here that tine Newport m prrKH companys plant burned Mon day morning entailing n IQKS of 400- tOO cvcn thousand lashes of cotton wote destroyed Thus losses art cov ered by insurance Itrlnmei Irom tliinrnntlne San Francisco April tThe1 steam thlJ China has been rclaased It o i qunrastnc anti lmorpaascngers Iha- be rt nlandcl The transport Sheridan wml90 tItnlnecl lit Angel Isluntl f- scteriil0 ore days w tr r li 1C klrtstiGt FcKtef F o t htcF i rr ec er IMJtJI a iiFROM ALL OVER THE STATE i n RUMORS OF INDICTMENTS I The Knyette County Grand Jury Ail JonrnH lust It DolnicnJCept Irom the Public t Lexington Ky April 1 The Fnyettc county grand jury has adjourned Under n rule of time eh cult court recently adopted no indict meats are given out till warrants urc nerved It IB rumored that several of the local ofllcerH who assisted in th arrest of Powers and Davis were in dieted but no intimation us to what specific charge I It is known that Policeman W K Looncy was indicted for nssanlt andiI battery It is alleged that he struck Secretary of State Powers on the head on Saturday night March 10 whet the latter and Capt Davis were arrested here while trying to escape in tho disguise of soldiers uniforms I Secretary Powers was bleeding so proI finely that ie had to have hl injuries Irnsicd while in the city prison Jiere that night and he claimed that ho ywas struck attar he lend been landedI in the prison The officers claim that Secretary Powers resisted acres t 11011dlerlstruck while they were attempting to take hint into custody yCONTESTANTS MAIL The INmlninNtcr General Given lii IructloiiM lo tilt 1ontinniitcr nt Frankfort Ky Washington Marsh Jfho post master general has scut the following telegram to Postmaster Holmes a Frankfort Iteplylng to your telognim mant addressed to ofliclal persons by name is to so delivered to ties II named Mail nddroswd to state o t corn without designation by name iIs Ito be delivered to thin aclual steal I bents of the offices The more fact that contest board has given certifiI cafe to contestants will not delivery of mall of latter class to them until they art lawfully induct into oftlce This reply Is eased up your Htaleniout that couteateos stil teosrThis order vns iaaucd on tho 381 of lust month though It tress made public Postmaster GUUc ItSmith mid that he did not care InrtQ it out here but had expected It nublUlicd in Kentucky Ipw DESTROYED IIA Xeitro Kmployc Covered 1V1 teDlaaluK Whisky mill 3inrrotrl3 lUcnpiil UurnlnR to Ilenth Paris Ky April 2Tho distillery buildings boiler rooms and doubt Utnds of the Gi G White Co Onltldl eand opcrnteil by the Kentucky DistilI horses timid Warehouse Cos wore eit tlroly destroyed by fire rc1ht tire was caused by the bursting scnpitt116 whiaky reached the boilers which ex tiltwhole plat ntH covered with tlnnn- mer Jack Wall n Negro employe was cu I ctrl with blazing whisky and narrow Ily escaped being burned to death cI1IIe loss is between 30000 and 40 WO entered by insurance The distili nary was built in 1857 maul erne on before destroyed by fire It will be rebuilt tiny Go It Aloni Louisville Ky March 31 William Elliott president of time Farmers lhank of Henderson wna in the city on his way to Frankfort to consult Ittho oillolulw of time Frankfort Pant rrs hunk in regard to the repealI of ItIbt beaks charter by the legislature The Hnmkfot branch of the bank wants to nntionallae hut the Hendor branch tines not Time allleials of anustime Hcniloreor brunch will stake n pull to separate from the other tw concerns at Frankfort mod George town and become an independent In stitution AVIII Sue for lliiiunKf Lexington Ky March 30As are elmalt of a mistake of trainmen on th Southern road III Kentucky MrxAn nie Thtirman of Harrodebnrg Ky has nn attorney here investlgntinp fo a henry damage suit She says that she boarded a train here to go home last Tuesdajyind wore n veil and ih passengers told the trainmen that sh waft n Negress tumid had her removed to the colored conch They apologize when they learned their mistake as slur wns allowed to go home in n white conch lieu husband declares that he 1will sue for damages Mnyor nrnrtfonl Und i Fnlmouth Ky April 2Mayor F F Hradford tiled after n brief ilhu afed 05 ye iH He previously nerved eight years as county superintendent of Kvhools His remains will bo it- t 1 t red kern After the Seunturahlp Frankfoit Ky Mnreli alConI- I I gresHiiiifi David U Smith democrat of the Fourth cmigrcKsional district of Kentueljy has entered the race for the Untied States senate to succeed Dcbne McCreary dumourat of Mod ion will also enter Capt Dnvla Out on nail Frankfort Ky March nllptn- o loboI Dnvin wan released from jail FrJi jiiyaftcnjoon Postmaster II Ilok tr of Louisville and Hon L J Crest ford of JCcwnort becomlne wiroty tl hintIt 1 ANOTHER ARREST j Tnllovf nick Combs Taken In oa An Old Charge hut Slur Beheld for a hearing Manchester Ky March 30Tul low Dick Combs was arrested at Ueottyvllle by order of Chief of Po lice Calms of this city Combs who Is a Negro was convicted in this oily two years ago for running a blind wouldehave kept him in jail for more than 12 years Shortly after his conviction Combs escaped and the authorities had heard nothing front him until the confession of Wharton Golden at Frankfort While a great deal has been pub lished about Combs collection with time assassination of Gocbel since Gol dens confession Ills arrest at lleatty- I vllle was solely on a writ from this county and had no conectlon with the Frankfort trouble It is under stood however that after ho la brought here Combs may be rearrest ed on a warrant charing him with be tag an accessory to the murder of GoebelI UeattyvIIle Ky March 31 Tallow Dick Combs has been released from jail on n writ of habeas corpus The case will be heard before the county judge next Monday JThe local au thorities refuse to give Combs up to 1 Clark county officers Frankfort Ky March toH E Youtsey wan brought before Judge Moore Thursday morning but was not ready for trial and the cage was passed He will probably be arraign ed again Friday tMASS MEETING CALLED The Women Hznercrency Amocln thou of Kentucky Ureeit n Due LantnLouisville Ky March 30The kYomens Emergency association of Kentucky organized recently to help consylesion It finds Itself u statteItto cull mass meetings to be addressed by ministers lawyers and other pub licspirited mono ltIt is urged in this call that the viewsettltoliS to what methods will most tend to fortolaw fled order and a proper discharge qf J1Ptl211r08DQI h u 14 ijoi tuiAUlNifk tU lbfllmtJon oJ lu citizens league and a figltt against CliIho Indiscriminate purchase pal own ership of weapons by boys and men in Kentucky j Cilvcn n Life Terns Louisville Ky prll YOaear Alexenndcr colored was sentenced to the J penitentiary for life for the murder of Itobert Paul Mary and John Hop i kins who rented n house at Crescent Hill furnished and then rifled of jU mt contents were sent to tin petiltcn tiury for three years They shipped the furniture to Cincinnati when i le they were arrested 1- t8lnn11 Body foundhNhN Hopkinsvllle Ky April 1fheb- od of nn unknown colored stun wal found inn told near Pembroke A bullet had passed entirely through eIho hotly near the heart and hit bend was so terribly beaten tint the fen turcs were not recognizable A bun dle of clothes near the corpse con tallied u collar bearing the initials J T IiiqiieNt to tie Held Cynthiana Ky April 2Miss Ida Hitcn aged 25 a popular young women of the Comicrsville neighbor hood died under distressing olrcum stnnccs An inquest will bo hold and it is believed sensationa development and time arrest of a wellknown format will follow ploraloFrankfurt Ky March 31A fill 4 bench session ot the state court of appeals was held Thursday morning nt the heme of Justice White the members tf the court being unwilling to sit Inthvlr regular chamber in the- o capitol because of the feeling nt theJJ capital About 50 Doses were Mllllr Thornton Sold rLrxingtau Ky March lI8alll Wilsou of this city bus sold to Roy Miller trainer for tho Plant heirs the Itnlt pacing more Millie Thornton lore 7500 She has gone butter than 210 + and has valuable engagements dfllmrJOt11 Over Crupx LewlBburjf Ky April 2Tim Smith shot nnd killed Alex Jones juttt outside the town They were both col ored and fell out over a crimp game r Smith nialc his escape leadKKLexington Ky April 1Wllllnm Thomas Jones cxrcpresentntlvo offf- I Jessamine county in the state legisla tare is dead Allowed Aannllnut held I Paducah Ky March 30Hp O1I1 son a horse dealer charged with de tanning Mrs Frank Henderson the wife of a wellknown farmer near i WicklHYe against her will about ti year ago hits just beet arruHted hero He has been In Louisville 3 frSouth Trimble for CoitKrcnuI Frankfort Ky March aoSouth = Trimbe speaker or the Kentpcl0y boiiHc Thursday announced hlnuelf 1as1 a candidate for the ileuiocrutia ronilartldu for oongivis Hi ihu Seventh district J c 1 ie c ii- t I t THE HICKMAN COURIER Jcorge Warren =L == HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY APRIL 0 1900 Chairmans Call The Democratic Committee of th- II Pint Congrcssiontil District of lon tucky composed of the chnirmou of th County Democratic Committees of said District ms hereby called to meet in the city of Fulton on Tuesday April 17th 11100 at 2 oclock p in for the purpose j of determining upon tho time and man I ner ot nominating a Democratic oandi rt unto for Congress in said District to be voted for at tho November election MOTT AYEKS Ohmu When nUll Where They Meet As thus for arranged the National Conventions of the various parties fov NlDpOmll meet in tho following ordor Tho two branches of the Populist party will convene on May 9tho middle oMhoroaders In Cincinnati and the Fusionists in Sioux Falls S D i the Republicans in Philadelphia on Juno 19 tho Prohibitionists in Chicago on Juno l 27 and the Democrats in Kansas Oity on July 4 OFFICIAL GILL Tor the Democratic National Conten hOB at Kansas City July Fourth The National Democratic Commit tee having met in the city of Washing ton on tho 22didny of February 1900 tins appointed tho 4th of July as the time and chosen the city of Kansas City Mo as tho place for holding the National Democratic Convention Each State is entitled to a represen tation therein equal to double the num ber of its Senators and Representatives I Statl8I ritory and tho District ot Columbia l lshallhave six delegates All Democratic conservative reform citizens of the United States irrespect ive of past political associations and differences who can unite with us in tho effort for pure economical and constitutional government and who favors the Republic und oppose tho empire nro cordially invited to join us in sending to the convention Official t Call 1 RUSSIA AND TURKEY Heretofore when Russia and Turkey 1 1haveindulged in warring against each 1otherGreat Britain has actively nitcd Turkey or remained neutral with leanings towards tho Turkish side of the quarrel In the last RussoTurkiah war 1theRussians wore prevented from cap turjng Constantinople by the Interfer ence of tho British Again if European dispatches are not exaggerated Russia and Turkey seem to bo on the verge of war Russia has mobilized a big army at Suhostopol and along tho frontier oft r Northern Asia Minor and tho dispatches announce active preparations for a move l mont of some kind against Turkey Turkey always delays and attempt to i evade war by all kinds of dilatory and diplomatic movement and play the great powers against each other lint i Great Britain the i owor which the Sulr tan has usually rolled upon to festal in gutting him out of diflietiltiort now hen her armies fully engaged in South Afri ua and has but little time to devote to i Czariand Turkey owes n- ts t big war indemnity and Russia ispreming l for payment The Czar wants part of II SultanImay also desire to impress upofi the Em I poror of Germany that dramatic excur I dons to Constantinople sad the Holy tabliblnrinI i loryPO1LTO RICAN TARIFF INCIDENTI Ij01tTOr trivialrThis tide which has been running so strongly in favor of tho Republican party over sinco tho AmericanSpanish r I win was conspicuously chocked by tho Porto Rican tariff legislation mid has Binco as conspicuously receded There is no bettor evidence of this fact than that to be found in a recent loading edl itorial in tho Washington Post which begins with a tribute to President Mc Kinley and closes in those terms For these reasons and others which need not be recapitulated at this time tho Post and all real friends of tho ad ministration deplore tno ovouta of the few weeks at tho capitol which tended to place the Presient lun position before the country and 1 1pnst him and his party in an attitude Up to tho time of tho pas by the House of the Porto RJcan bill tho administration had a rec I flordupon which it could well afford tot go before tho people As an independ t W- a partybuttheir respective policies and achieve againsttheers in Congress It has protested not I only because of tho principle at stake but bdcauso of the danger in which wo 1t Astvinced that tho President is not respon kj Bible for tho illadvised course which has led to his partys present predica knient lorta river improvement it seems but there J a is a hill pending to give 838000000 to bond holders ns bonuses or premiums on bonds not yet due iE M t 1 LOCAL NEWS Read the Council proceedings Tho Paris Exposition will be official ly opened April 14th Bwdwcll is organizing n eonipfttty for tho new Ky Stat Guards Iiir AUCTION I AUCTION Satur ofeJewelry at Buck htedefiance of all established Inws or opin ions finds himself at last the object of contempt and degradation SHCKETAKY ROOT U greatly improved by his visit to Cuba and ho is satisfied that the people are capable of selfgov eminent Mr Root explodes the stories of threatened uprisings Now ijjohnny wild the Sunday schoolteacher to a small pupil wo hove rood the story of Joseph What groat wrong did his brothers do They sold him too hoop replied the young financier New Wall Taper Wo have just received our Spring Stock of Wall Paper beautiful patterns nt very low price Call and mate se lection Wilsons Book Store Some animals cnn live many years without water A paraquat lived fifty two years in the London zoo without taking a drop of water A number of reptiles live and prosper in 1places where there is no water- Rivermou ore watching with in tense interest tho bill before Congress which provides for the regulation of the size ot tows on the inland waters of tho United States It is believed ny some that tho influence of coal shippers who use the railroads are behind the bill bouseuuSpring seo SWAYNE The Druggist Ho handle mixed Paint 011 Turpentine Var nishes Stains Hard Oil Finish Etc Prices right Hon Bennett Young of Louisville who has had large experience in oper ating and building railroads rays that a railroad from Hickmnn to Fulton cnn bo built for 100000 Tho cost of an electric line and plant would be 250000 So says the Couriers reliable informant The town trustees of Bonton Ky have granted lea Riley a license to open a salon on an agreement that he Is to keep his doors open all the time use no screens whatever and that no one be allowed to treat or not em up in his place of business Every man who drinks must buy his own liquor Among the many attraction of Flor ida must bo classed the large ostrich forms at Jacksonville and Palm Beach which are among tile largest enterprises of the kind in this country There are more than 100 superb ostriches on tense farms They are from seven to toq feet high and weigh from 2fiO to 400 pounds The reported prevalence of small in the Crutbhileld neighborhood in this county was true but much exagger ated There hag been no now case this week and all tho sick are reported ns doing welL There arc lf or 18 cases and has Leonl two death Mr Neal Little by reports yesterday was in a dangerous condition 1 SENSATION AND SENTIMENT I The prevailing sensation and eenti mont in Dry Goods circles is that my stock of Spring Goods in the prettiest over put on the Hickman market iGSt II O AMBBRfl Tho Kentucky Press Association will hold iU next meeting in Louisville souio time about tho middle of July where the editors will bo entertained for a couple of days very handsomely and where all the business of tho As sociation will bo transacted After wards an outing to Milwaukee Duluth and tho Northern lakes is in content plationBev tlloUniversalisttaken a stand for reform In funerals Hu advocates doing awny with eofllua and interring the lend wrapped only in shrouds His reason u that caskets prolong decomposition resulting in the I escape of gasses which rise above thet earth contaminating the atmosphere to till danger of health especially in populous communities JfjF If you want StyleFit and wpeoially Quality in MISSES AND OHILDHBNS SIIOES it will pay you to see our lines RIDE NAYLOR Josh Shoo Store The levees on both sides of tho Mis ditwippi arc of sufficient extent that iif they wore built in a single straight lino they would bo about 1JOO miles long o long enongh to stretch the greater part of tho dinUmco between Now Orleans and Now York They would form a bankof north about eighty six feet wide at the base wide at tho top and thirteen orfourteen feet high The Chinese wall would IwoitH reputation a n wonder in comparison with thom they have cost many millions of dollars The now postage abunp looks willl be on sale 1 The postmasters have received word to that effect Those looks will bo in three sizes one contain ing twelve two gent stamp to sell for twentyfourcents one having tortyeight twocent Htami sell for one dollar wll contain six stamps The booksare convenient pocket size and tho stamps are prevented from sticking together by paratflno paper Tho books soil atone cent additional on time cost of stamps for each twelve stamps This iis to pay for the cost of tho books A subject that is commanding a great deal of attention in tho cities and towns of tho country is the lack of attendance ministersthat their congregations do not show subjectsIncornet and violin accompaniment to choir music and expensive vocal soloists manage to draw good attendance the music being the chief attraction tho sermons to such people being an inni ministostotrograding in matters concerning tho souls salvation I + f Spring I Ii HDuseClea InE j Jloullctnrllllllllnlt +I It iin the Quality In the MAKING FINISHKSUio IlGentr Elegant Wardrobes I i Jern i Steel Bed Springs Vary fine woavonwl worth to fully 4IM batr u Spoawl BedRoom Suits1 1 0rp Buying your supplies at an f EctowlE G C ll- JJ rur t- cap uro Slots 1 x 1nieaue ooonomionl r buying Moans n purchasing power our mousy that eimWw a ftooaf to add many items to home ineaux the most tlaUsfnetory buying 4I J lily we nave t toek or I Y SPEAKS Says the Should IHJ elf lovernlni and PRIKCKIOK JfJ fttewh SI Mj Cleveland Ihas brokOH Ma bug Mleu gels and tonijjht for UM tint LURe u Maftii 4 1W7 wisest be loft Ute Wfc Shuns lie onuoBHted In dieewfi put uwtioiM many of which MV sails pressbig for seullIn an aaUtonMl intcrvktw he not mates the OoWen Rile policy wh1 he says iho M apply to MaaoM M was to Hu wheel i ks 1 to that erf the Ueroiaii p+ortophor Hcfpt Mr Oli vcbud HUM t that of and brsiaallg will broudeo the antisi alw even M U dos the individual He hold that the ta liOBkl be IItIIf KoircrninK buraui t were in the din jplIl Puerto Illoo should be a w lf icuvcr tag nation when hw ability for i aarg toahowH ID the meantwrN the United Staten should occupy tfilr position of a kind father glrtae be and advice wlierc advice grad help MI uoedod tnlan lta ami of right iboaM his uj rA policy of jwrtlmt to UK PIplus of tinge ttaMd should be adopfti ll- au ideal justice which will plate United States in a favorabk light be fore the workl Like Wildfire When thingR are he boat thrv b the beet lUuK Abraham HiUB a lending druugist of Belleville OWo writes Electric Bitten an tinl beet I or kidney and bowels puridw the MOOd f For ioTernor election is hold this year Mr JohnSOiq Collector of Intorual Bayonne HL fy along and clear headed with n ijf and should he become a candidate jlie would be a very popular ontoI S llriugri along new neoda inalcw frcelt dtitMUidi HJWII the purer Its to YOU hmt t meats the itMdi amid yet million It buying tor you- Spring J 1 j is the PRIOHSII r for Remember tjAlKNC 11riL STEPHENS SMITH JHWr flrtH CLEVKLAM riilllpplncs f IndopcnilonU iniliTidMle aualogoM ajwliry ameltUhnrtM mludMlnoH Pdiliopinf Independent pendonoe dopeniletit hitch tk asSpreads lcome blttum YUYonIJlifftJlIn BitternrU1tllluuttltUllls visorintojiilDruggists reyaeutgly udldntopolitihnhlg politician lohas VInomnomtatl jlilf Nchool CUIINIIN lor IfUIO I L I To Setool Trm4 w INIkxi Oo Kr As munch time said caw k nqaind tojj i copsiI MI tide tmsMw to eee that it ie properly ifttcw I JIIIICttaU1 call jrow attention etime bUowittg rMfaireMMMi of Mate sptrtulMdent t TIle wnnaerattoM tract to aa chairman netting under bid wtia or by A oeiwwuxker who is eepee wHy appointed to do UM work oral who jfrlTtowi to becmniue MM totkeH MI 0iOt tlwt fee will truly dtmnerg lab tl ItIttt under UM law I It fe ueewMry for the okMirmHH or t team Nikes to visit the puraiit or giwr Aim of every ehtM in the tttetrtet a eii from them the rattle tige f drbirth of each child This mart h Mtettd apse Uw proper record a- o rrUie i certiflail to ty the 14ftrdat or guardian who wines saga hw her name opixurite the ennmeratioa I After flu report ta oowpletert the hKinHAU or oens + w Inker mutt go pure an officer qvalifled to lftlhW apr fit oath and make affidavit that Uie cc HB was taken in noeonlmlce with t provisions of the common school law ftlKrlInt8l1dont4 The census slioMld btI takeu M soon AprilttL The original retOrt limit be tiled In the office of the county superinten dint a copy edit to SHIM Luten CounI ty Jlerk mid u copy hi the trustees teeonllJookO must to token every year and for failure to take such oen BUll aud report the same within the time and in the manner prescribed by law the trustees are liable to n fine of not lend than twenty dollars Sec 86 An the census report u the basis of the distribution of the State Mhool fnm the trustees should take ovorv pruoautioii and sod that Inc report Iis oorruot m every purtionlur The county HuiHirintouduiit depends upon time re I ports certified to him by the census tak ors and is in no wise responsible for their errors Respectfully D E WILSON County Supt Schools I Remarkable Cure for Rlicninutifim KBNNA Jaoknou Co W Va About threo years ago my wifo had nil attack of rheumatism which confin ed liar to her boll for over a month and rendered her uuublo towalk a stop with out assistance her limbs being swollen to double their normal sizo Mr 8 Maddox insisted ou my using Chamber laiiin Pain Balm I purchased Iiv bet tie aud used it according to directions Lead tho next morning slip walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she hasnt had n similar at took sincuAl B Parsons For Halo U Cowgill Cowgill Hiokmou and A Itf Shaw Stato Line t DruHglSta lVll li TOW HAVEI JUSt III I Majflelil Domoomt 1 Barely Home peojtlf bavo alievt iIron tftOHMoIw Drat for an Minna ono I al1 ht not kwg ago a hungry looking lull tow vUia little stubby muetHolio Itn- tli Iltabbler nude raaauee blundering tfnti Mike ReddM reaUnnuit i Yea fiefs gran plot say algeT- Uhwue a nickels worth Ile took a butcher knife knocked tJIt ends ntr and gulls cl them dowii rbALlun tee tend all if such bAll eneal to be burr lie took out lib red h0tMrohlefl awl wiped his inovth and aftwr emaekiiHC life lijB cad clearing hie tliroat hn called for 8Ixln- UlefA driNkintf there he tM he hto take a down He Mttl dI to bneiiMM sad war quiet till hu- n had eaten the fart use when be sumo n HOtT1 uur coukl eat the thirteenth er J orybody had goes ffEVIRVTJUNGi OfJ WHEElS You have kt your hl if JO buy n f Bugtijr Waffoo Thresher 11iDdN or 1 flower in fact anything in for rvhioht r sad bans or machinery line bWot h large and amurtMl stock ofUitMt good on time market and Iirkmi time lowest A trial will ooovieeoe you 1 slice own Jowvirr tonnex ulcer l W J Foster axptt wniehmaker awl oja Uoian is lltJl8rtentYT Ii1171ttAUe Lake 9rUnkn Depot INJUw Ky t r COJg i U II rtIW rn1 Icuggtsts IIEIIQUAU1lms lon OIIlIJIJl U11C5CIU SIi UPS A U 110IlJlfllJnrllI01I S PItLSCItUl rays Carefully Compounded t BreadIS T1IK STAFF OF LIFKI UfO TO ORT 4 GOOD BREAD 9UO TO flit Hew + Dili + Bakery J i Bread Cakes and Tics Baked Daily 1f ILtcnIUAUJ7aur4 Volt Tropical and Domestic Fruils Fine Chocolates and Candies Cigars and Tobacco FRESH OYSTERS fch c 1 sad OBLRKY IIHOKIVIID DAILY I Frwk Ojreten tu aBY and at nil hours 4 gOo Soe liet Tel Iaalw tie Nov City Bakerjr lC r4O 6s 044 cg gC+OeOe C J G C+ Hajsstiosr Jf- Jl a 1 kJngr EgosV Worldci8eM1 I tiUUUIIUOC JIuke n JIa Bttylllg One r these Raagesfl Ono of Its Sirotigenl 1olnts in Its rarealdliakex BiHouitH In 4 MlnntoaI Liplit Bread In 40 Mlnnlot I Oooklti5st I I idnll f XlUllic Tli em Youll Ititv no fiber I eO VIAtii hw HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Tre1AT1TThanICT IHnnII TOM DILLON Sr ProprII p s I II C dMd i Marble and Granite Monuments OURJ3ING STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FUNDING oo- Hiokraan Ky I W R WEBSTERii DEALER IN Q III Nil KINrruUKY AN mNNISSlm WIIISKm1 AQKNT FOR Peabody Olub Bourbon9100Old Gold 300 Mountain throve 250 INJ II FRESH served kyle 34 flratulte null R115 I II SOLE f Old Standard Lincoln Oo8300 I 200IS P E 01 A L OF FEB DEAR SlttI mlquartsRYEWHISKEY PREPAIDrIndlcDIC not f1l1 fIl ytors rotary It at my expense and I will rofund you 8300 This le a most liberal offer and I trulyWofenn L jr4 wQr ++ lr 0t I u J a fJLU T1UJLJ JJ 1 L- Jrt 1MV JiL wJo iI jlii 1 r1i 1 1tS- r P JJ Italhoud VImo Table N 0 St L II B I LEAIn Aaa1VVN I Hti ITutuI I The HIHH who whtaper down i well About the goods hit hew to sell Wout reap tae dMtmtag golden dollar Like one who climb a tree and hollers O V Hnlwwr uada9ed In Jlhlau Teiin V3LIt willl irty you toeonio to BurkV Safairday L A Sum spent Ut8UMi7 to OrtwnfleltlJYenuM law viMitMi Mrs lieu Hwjkham at UsIooOlty thin wntk car High grAde Oolkuv for lOc lon bitter at IGo nILuts NATWS Mooneylnav1 MtMMMft Iran and Marie lira mrd Tlrttod IIn Union City this week YA tanners wllI wilh jowrprodoea ttt wt ll SHAWS Big Stura Urn Loin McGimai atokm u AD m IlL k tiring T M MuoMy familyl Mfeg MiiUtt OcBow of Union Oltjr spertt iutdst is lass oily with treads C U I amp ailing Jewelry and Watch n ar trnpric MUCK tit i roof Mr O M Jpradlin of Unioy l t d iit d lint wank atts d Ail year Mr II Tr Irr and dauffator Mi Match tr iitinftrtativai n Dresden TMUfc1r If Sh01Cairo ilL VIM arr ir the KfaBMi MooIMt1 this Mir NT ittle Hta forHt Well- worth FarnMhtaf fwxto depart ment RIca Jt KATUMI Slr T lasterttlilaabMUTensto 1MJut of Mr O J Owttrat the Nw L Me Mini Ivy Cheelk bw Mwied fmot Oawti n Ttnu where she kaf been tftMlllm lot 1M ILI Ilrich far Sole I la vi luiuitity 11 X Oowmii- SI 1IMMW Mania tlltterea and B T iatrh i Mtl Dr wad Mm Alter 8 M DOS d liro City list wink Eit frill toattrad Ux total at 1ty UlI Iii i Monday night Youll he 140114 ntruta No adaMon Mr UM lUirnac sod Yen VUtti Ilelttareth tsesuaeratw appoint reil to tak H FMfeml OsmuM of Hid h tiuui and Hi kaan pracinct SJSf Iut bowitt a are complete Ito of ffhirt WkMaMKt iDnw Bkiita WiumtiiMiM At told at y1 tow prkofII 44t H O AHBunt Mr MrrtaDlUon the popular sale Mani l nlinmnd elatf gaatin nn o MunnJ A lit auM1 U l a puaitkm with T 8 JoUi R fcoia furnkbinv goods Jpalloe M Pa- R 4 JI J to yWt neighboring iUwi iff their IiNtarc- atPerfume t Perfume I AH lIIrliaMtJoat rvrrived by HWAnn The Drsggtt 11ri Ivicy amith returned hone fnwi si L akr Monday Miai Dora HmiU t IT dsvghtee mnaiaed in St Louis ilIr ttaesrs of a phyaioian at tlirMun OaarUria- aI 1V Oiklnaon toe bent fruit awn in Piit 11 OU lItqty etty that tWprtwect fur I fruit nnd MI abundant crop I- MinioA up t thin date lat am tofuturs ooUui iiiK tlfponMit aajreth not i Mr stli Curiin for Mane PadncaV mrU tin wek mounted a larg Amwcin atrlo that measured R feet from tipr r tip Photographer Roaedale touk ftlOturr ur the mafnnVent bird grti the I1tM1 Umbrellas Fan Lace IKnilrttidtrtea llaaaUtetvhiefa TIN k lit d 0 t II C AMUIIdC Sir Hurl Little a wellknown cttl wen If tin county ilM of mull pox lMtuliIt lie contracted the dtaaa in atf mhtiK and dmmiBff for burial Mr John Pulton who died ofmall put nrar rrh1ivld ono day lot week Mr Hinry helm wax eleetcd to the 4Uoc rcit Clerk Monday night to till tl vn HIXV ocnanioned by the death of W I MluUheo lie in a praise worthy y unir wan ocNonHent and the Courier ir diHtJ will aalna faithful and elDoiMt ilrk The HHtiiioW ordinance ia to be vot ed on At wilt uniting of the Oity Coun cil Under its prwriaton milk rows will Ire arrwted und owners fined You can keep your cow ui The babies child ten awl otJaer 1 lover of the lacteal food are la urtna awainst the kw Mrs D M Ilealij wife of Levi IIoAth tiledl Ht hw home in this county ThnrMlay Mnroh tBih of pneamouU She Wilt H kind noble ohrtotMii women loved lffll her nelgtobow sod acquaint final Tim most 1tbare xyuipath extoiuled to her aged Hud bereaved hn lMuflA Hiokman physician ors that caner of Biiutll lax have existed in Iliekman nil through the winter and that should be taken to prevent Is pread1 pIi notJlllllla1CoIl1undurstood that there have been any midstbutFulton Leader Jaa L Weat iMMeod 1 nwnv at 410 oclock Priday morning af tur an UliHM of eight days of pneumo nia Mr went was a c rpt ntr by trade and had many friend iu Fulton Ilia rumains will be taken to Haael Ky for interment Deceased was 63 years old lenvosa wifoand seven children to mourn tho loss of a kind husband end lather Tim colonization waeon has ojiened s promisingly in the South nnd industrial ngonta any tho year will be a record liroultur for Immignition Many new imills and faotorlee are being loaded along tho Southern lino railroads sad noslndustriesareoon4anuydevelupinpand und thousands of pooplo are taking ad vantage of tho liouioaeokore oscuralons r T t e BALTZER DODDS Grand Display and RecordBreaking pIiiton New and Desirable Spring Merchandise in evepr Department JI throughout our Store vJargain Inducements and Money =Saving Opportunities IL L Wash Goods Pine lImported1 lajtyptlnn Dlmittos A most duslr 5COarGinghams lOeOiDflhesMercerized Sateen in fancy cud solid oolotwrieh eaelkdoeaidrtraudDrees35c Standard CALICOES 5CMrDomestic UooJ QtMUti black sad brownDouiwtlal 5cOur 1 Buttenborg Stamped Patterns We but WrHj4ete lint biro tho Braid But tone and Tiro d IJ AlloyorBlack 1011eetareta Millinery We atoea oa aal a largo lino trimmed ealloni all the correct atyler of 1100 Spring mow on Unto 50fsmtldlotaChilds I = Dresses A new departure child Pjrealu Drussw 50Cyearsfashionable Silks show 1M 1Q llOIuojllno iieytbatnit allah ffat1 lulJUa 13 l t I MWJaLJn 1mfi W Laoo STlI 50c MadetOin all the new Woolen FabrioM also comploto line Waah skirt strictly tailor mndo in tho newest fa hkMt souse plain and others rlohly apiiliqucd Our Mice cannot bo matched in tho city Our Line of Young Mens Suits 1150LnatieHHOYS IQfKH SUITS with double breast Ves- tdes 10 to M yeara l I l MORRIS Kills Jim Elgin v A tUOtouUy occurred Tuesday near the Hut between Kentucky and Ten n MM mi the Dyarsburx roll but thought to be in Kentucky between Mr SUrliiiK Morris anti Jim Elgin in which the tatter was killed Morris had rented Iflgiu some ground for which Blgin was to give his note for ISO 00 and it wiu about this contract that tho iliiftrrtfl arose Morris struck Elgin one lick which broke his arm and tho sec ond lick on the head which resulted in his death It is claimed that Elgin was MlviuioitiK on Morris with an open knife Klgiu is n young boy 10 or 20 years old Morris on tho noxt day Wed u Mlny took n bout at Hiokmau for sesame point down the rivur Uhllu In Town Call in at IS K lleovoa C Con nnd no his nice line of C5 rriuRon anti Buggies Young Menn 17 in Buggta are now out of it liotli young ladled and nmr tied diN are specially invited Mr Win IiIBuokl Curlin ono of the oldeat citizens of Oliion county Ton nee diet at his homo near Woodland Mills Tuesday mod was buried at Pop tar Grove metury Wednesday Dr A S A1 Dtblioy to conducting tho services lie was wellknown throughout this flee Lion but for some yeara because of ago and drojwloal allllutlon ho soldom left hU home Ho leaves n large circle of relatives anti friends to mourn his death The rrru nIbel 6f hop Pinttl will my that I need your pa tronSeoontlBe08ulltt I am prepared to do your work I ouIand willing to do your work with Kaaors sharp and towols clean A neater shop cannot bu scon in Hyik tuna A L HOCKIMJ II r Ladies Neckear Wo show this season a beautiful collection in Silk and Chiffon Ifeikwcar 8150Colorsourprice Tics1iAA T rn G5egoFanav Muslin Undervcur 50cRnd00linGownsShirt Waists f Wo show n handsome line of Ladies Silk and S650theAlso tho prettiest line of Wash Waists to be 50Inj Ladles nail Misses Kid Gloves Ladles und Misses Kid Gloves with two clasps all shades worth 81 00 f nOnrPulley Belter 50allto 75C Corsets Boat makes mada IHOMPSONSand AJIER IOAN LADY SceouroOc Summer Corset f have knee II IIBALTZERDODDS Do r STERLING I n T V + r + 1 4k ELLISONS 1 1 t GroceriesI STORE 5 have what the farmers want Hay Corn Date Bran Cot c nnd Meal always on hand 1I 1 I t in and ti L P S j1t + l f BUSINESS UAHI EDITOR OOUKIER Permit mo through tho columns of tho Courier to return my thanks to tho patrons of the Hick roan Telephone Exchange for not only their patronage but their continued I courtesy during my management of tho toIpatronagebethat you will bo given good service HRNRY EMERSON A CARD MR EDITOH Will you kindly through tho OOUKIER express to my neighbors mind friends my sincere appreciation and I thanks for their helpful and kindly ministration during time illness of mr deeply For Mule I centsIper BOYS SUITS Mrs Jane- Hopkins Make They doublo scat nnd Price 150 to 650 TheyWant your Trade Always ctonseedLeaders Staple Fancy Groceries W Ellison L bcrolwomentILEVI IDLED familyhomeMarch 30th Sho was tho daughter ofr Mr IIol S Henderson sr of Missouri nud had a largo kinship and acquaint Race in Kentucky in this county Sho way well educated n devoted working ChurchoIsincere Christian und possessed of the qualities that make n true noble woman Cod comfort tho bereaved Millions UlTon Awujr publlotot afraid to be generous Tho proprieto- of DrKiuR8 Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have giv en away over ton million trial bottle und havo the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis La Grippe and nili Tnroat Ohcst nud Lung diseases an surely cured by it Call on any druggist and got a free trial bottle Regular size 600 ooa IliOO Every bottlo guaranteed if U A The tiernian Tote Tho declaration of Oswald Ottendorf er editor of tho Now York Stoats Ziet ung that ho would prefer tho election or Bryan as President to the reelection of McKinley is a significant political event It is quito truo that no one owns tlio German vote but it is Iso true that Mr Ottendorfor enjoys to n remarkable degree tho confidence of a large number- of German voters and that ho speaks for them in what ho has said This has been evident from tho declarations mado by other Germans in different parts of the country Prices are from 2975 to 12500 DANISH WEStf INDIES Tho Danish West Indies may bo pur chased by tho United States but the price to bo paid will bo more than f3 000000 Denmark wants to sell Our Government will object to tho salo of tho islands to an European power and that wo will become purchaser Is al most certain For if au isthmian canal is to bo constructed tho islands will be needed for they can be mado guardians of the canal by a smaller expenditure of money including the price paid for them than will bo required tobuild for titled forts at tho termini of tho canal and fortifications along its coursetSSS r IISome Sell Cheap I SHAWSELLSI I 11- I r I IIHAVE Spring Iunsalable Goods I wish nor room to holdover MUST BE SOLD t COME SEE US and when you leave another will be add ed to our long list of I SPECIAL rererencII OXFORDS and SPRING SHOES i OF ALL KINDS I SS S BUGGIES CABlBllAGES HARNESS AND t IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS o- nBuggies and- Carriages IPriccs o- nHarness L iarc from 750 to 3500xZf- I PRICES OF IMPLEMENTS PLOW GEAR PLOWS c I CULTIVATORS from 1400 to 3500 DISC HARROWS fromn 1 2300 to 3000 CORN PLANTERS from 1050 to 4250 Plow Gear and Repairs always in stock Can furnish Repairs for any kind of Plow or Implement on Short Notice We have the address of all the factories in the United States of AmericaII We are just opening our large Spring Stock and would be glad to show you through E E REEVES CO Hickman Ky Sc E Its J JJngig2 i Capital Stock of the Four Great Banks of the World Bank of England S86MT935 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 Total il76822855 537SURANCEr 3 1 Or 125021682 more than tho combined capital of those famous hanks The now form of policy of Tho Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A MoCurdy President provides First The SECURITY 301814537 of assets SecondPROFlTABLE INVESTMENT ThirdTIBERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED Extended term insurance in case of lapseTpolicytmgOne months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply to BISOOE HINDaSAN Genl Agent for Kentucky and Tenrrcssee Louisville Ky y E R ELLISON AL PARIS Agents SJaX AN KX- i I- J I J J t f W I 1C i 1 1l I I ij I ST THE THEMEi 1 r rOHR I II He Brings Happiness Into Every Life That He Enters I All nturr Nina III Irnlum Snjw t I Dr TnlinnBe Hjiiinx llenr l In I Infancy lime n StrniiK In J fluence In After I Ill I Copyright 190 by I iuls Klottxeh- In if this discourse Dr Tnlmage shows how Christ brings harmony and mel ally into every Ilk that lie enters I text Psalms 11814 The Lord is my 0 strength and songI The most fascinating theme for n heart properly attuned U the Saviour There 1 Is something in the morning light to suggest Him and something in the evening shadow to speak lib praise The flower breathes Him the stars shine Him the onucudcs pro claim Him all the voices of notur- chant I Rim Whatever is grand brigh- null beautiful If you only listen to it will sprat Ills praise So when 1 in the slimmer time I plunk n flower 1 thing of Him who is time Hose o nail the Lilyof the Valley 1ShnronI see in the fields a lamb I say the Lamb of God that takcth llBobolll sin of the world When in weather I conic under a proj- flfttlng cliff 1 say turk of egos cleft for ma I Lot me hide myself In then Over the oldfashioned pulpits there was a sounding board The voice of the minister rose to the soundin hoard nut then was struck hack lignin upon time ears of the people And MI the itUOOO voices of earth rising up find the heuvens u sounding board which Kirlkes back to the ear of all nations tIle praises of Christ The heavens tell 113 glory nnd the earthI how His handiwork The Bible mills with one great story of edentptiou Upon n blasted nndII tailed paradise it poured n light of glorious rostorntion It looked upon Abnihiim from the ram caught in the tleket It spoke in the bleating i J of the herds driven down to Ternsa lcm for sacrIfice It put infinite 11ftt thos into the Perch of uncouth fish t ermcn Instead of waiting until you get sick mind worn out before you alng the prnisr of Christ while your heart i ll i happiest and your step is lightest t l I yourIvay t heavens drop UPON you their bencH tion speak the praises of JtJI8U8II I The old Greek orators when theIf same their audiences inattentive nndII 1 I lumbering had one word with which they would rouse them up to the 4greatesttlithusiamm In time midst of a their orations they would stop and w k cryI out Stamthonl and the pea plea enthusiasm would be unbound ed My heaters though you may- A f have been borne down with sin andI though trouble nttd trials and tempt Ir IrCation may have come upon you and t 1 Iyou feet today hardly like looking t up methinks there is one grand royal t imperialI word that ought to rouse I our soul to Infinite rejoicing and I I that word is Jesus I Taking the suggestion of the text I 1 shall speak to you of Christ our j NSong I remark in the first place that Christ ought to be the cradle- songt What our mothers sung to us t i when they put us to sleep Is singing vet We many have forgotten time t words hut they wont into the fiber 1 1ofour soul taut vyiil forever be a part r of it It is not so much what you formally teach your children as what you slog to them A hymn has wings and con fly everywhither One hun dred and fifty years after you ares dead flnd Old Mortality has worn out liis oliisel recutting your name on the tombstone your greatgrandchil dren will be singing the song which lust night you sang to your little ones I trathercd about your knee There Is n plats In Switzerland where if you distinctly utter your voice there come tack ten or 15 distinct echoes nail riery Gliristinn song sung by n moth i haveit gates of Heaven Oh if mothers only a knew tlio power of this sacred spell how niuuli oftener the little onesI be gathered anti nil our homes chime with the songs of Jesus t I IollJdwant some oountcractlnj influ our children The very mo our dull slops into tho street Y he Mop into tin path of temptation There arc foul mouthed children who l would like to bcspoll your little ones It will not do to keep your boys and F girls in the house and make them r plants They must have fresh IfIfIIOUCI recreation God save your chil from the scnthUig blasting t i damning influence oi the street I E know of no counteracting influence but n I the power of Christian culture and exIample Hold before your little ones c I the pure life of Jesus Let that name L be the word that shall exorcise c11I f from their hearts Give to your In struction nJrre fascination of music moraing night L it it be Jtiiiis the cradle song This Is impor taut if your chHdrcn grow up but per V Laps they may not Their pnthwaf stay be short JCMIIH nay be wanting r thnt child Then there will be a HotimUess step in the dwelling and the youthful pulse will begin to flutter nnd the little hands will ho lifted for help You cannot help Andat rent agotjy will ipinch at your heartr and list cradle will he empty nnd the nursery will bo empty and the world t will be empty No little fet standing on tit stairs Xo toys Scattered on the cnrjict Xo quick following from t room to room No strange anti won i rtorlnir questions No upturned face r with laughing blue eyes come for n kiss unit only n grave and a wreath of white blossoms op the top of it ant bitter desolation and a sighing at f l J nightfall with noone to put to bet The Heavenly Shepherd will take tin t lamb safely anyhow whether you have been faithful or unfaithful but wouldI it not Irate been plonsnnterlf you could have heard from those lips the praises of Christ I never rend anything more beautiful than tlti about a childs de pnrture The account said She fold ell hur hands kissed her mother good by snug her hymn turned her taco to the wall said tier little prnyernud then tiled Oh If I could gather up In one para graph the Inst words of the little ones who Lama gone out fruit those Christian circles and I couUl picture the calm looks nail the folded hand undMvcctdcparturc methinks it wouh be grand nnd beautiful as one of Heav ens great doxologies In my parish in Philadelphia n little child was depart hug f e had been sick all her days and sueewent and1a the shadow of death gathered on her eyelid she thought antGoodtnight mamma and urea she was gone It was a goodnight to pain flan goodnight to tears and good tosearth but it was good nmrning to Jesus It was goodmorning to Heaven I can think of no cradle song more beautiful than Jesus I next speak of Christ us the old mans song Quick music loses its charm for the aged oar The school girl asks for a schottlsh or a glee but her grandmother asks for a Bnlerma orthcPortugucsc Hymn Fifty years andgthe keys of the music board mast have n solemn trend Though the voice maybe tremulous so that grandfather will not trust it in church still he has the psalm book open before him and he sings with his soul He hums his grandchild asleep with the same tune lie sang 40 years ago It the old country meeting house Some day the choir sings a tune BO old that the young peo ple do not know it but It starts the tears down the cheeks of the Aged man for It reminds him of the revival scene in which he participated and of the radiant faces that long since went to dust and of the grayhaired minister lemming over the pulpit and sounding the good tidings of great Joy- I speak to you again of Jesus w the night song Job speaks of him who givoth aoRp in the night John Welek the old Seotcb minister UHt1- to put a plaid across his bed on cold night fnd MIMI one risked him why he put that there He am hiMOho sometimes In tho night T want to atng the praise of Joan and to gt down mid pray Then I just take that plaid and wrap it around me to keep 1w- seU from the cold Soup In the night Night of trouble lira1 coin down upon ninny of you Contowrctnl lowest nt set ono star slanderous abuse pats out another star domestic bereavement has put out 1000 plaAnd gloom haa been added to fftawin end chill to chill sad sting to sting and one midnight has seemed to borrow the fold from another rahlnifrht to wrap itself in more unbearable darkness hilt Christ has spoken ipoae fo your heart ant you sing Jsans lover of my souL Let me to thy bosom Hy Whit tin hUtowa near nt roll While tlte tempest still IIs hlhhide me 0 my Saviour hid Till the storm of life to PUt Site Into the haven gvMe Oh receive my soul at lost Songs in the night Songs in time night For tho sick who have no one to turn tho hot pillow no ono to put the taper on the stand no one to put ice on tho tomploH or pour out thu soothing anodyne or utter ono cheer ful word Yet songs in time night For the poor who freeze in the win ters cold nnd swelter in the WIll merH heat and munch the hard crtwta that bleed the sort gums and shiver under blankets that cannot any long er be patched and tremble because rent day is coma mail they may llcI set out on the sidewalk nnd looking into the starved face of the child and seeing famine there and death there corning home from the bakery und saying in the presence of the little famished onesOh my Ood flour has gone up Yet songs in tho night Songs in time night Per the widow who goon to get the bnok pay of her husbouU slain by tho sharpshooters and knows It IB the lust help she will hnvc moving out of a comfortable home in desolation death turning buck from the exhausting cough niul the pale cheek and time Iiwterlcaa eye and refusing old relict Yet songs in the night Songs In tho night For the soldlor in the field hospital no surgeon to bind up the gunshot fracture no water for the hot lips no kind hand to brush away the fliers from the fresh wound no our to take the loving farewell thin groaning of others poured into his own groan the blasphemy of others plowing up his own spirit the condensed bitterness of dying away front home among strangers Yet uongK in time night Songs in time night Ah said one dying soldier tell my mother thnt last night there was not one oloud between my soul and Jesus Songs in the night Songs In the night I This Sabbath day wane From the altars of 10000 churches lion smoked up the Bator of sacrifice Ministers 1IgIIl1h ian in harsh Choeiaw Gouts people lIt emhltl in Hindoo temple and Mo ravian church and Quaker meeting house and sailors bethel and kings chapel and hightowered cathedral They sang and the song floated off amid the spice groves or struck the weRtIrllclamor rf the great cities Lumber men snug It and Mic factory girls anti thu children in MIC Snbbnth class and tutu trained nJiolra Iin great nj son Wages Truppbrs with ths sari toctet with which they shouted yMtrr tlnHpllIt igoIhurricane they snug It Ono theme for tho sermons Ono burden for the song Jesus for the invocation Jesus for the Scripture Ilesson Jesus for the baptismal font Jesus for time sacramental cup Jesus for tho bene diction But the tiny has gone It rolled away on swift wheels of light and love Again time churchha lire lighted Tides of people again setting down the streets Wholo families coming up the church aisle We must have one more service What shall we preach What shall we read Let It lie Jesus everybody says lot it bo Jesus We must have one more song What shall It be children Aged men and women what shall it be Young men and maidens what shall it be If you dared to break the silence of this auditory there quickdit be Jesus Jcsusl Jesus We sing Ills birth tho barn 4that shattered Him the mother hat nunscdHlm tho cattle that fed be stoic Him the angels that wokojjp the shepherds shaking light over ffemidnight hills Wo sing lUll ministry the twin Ho wiped away from the eyes of time orphans the lathe moh that forgot their crutches tho darn sot who front tho bier bounded out Into time sunlight her locks shaking down over the flushed cheeky the hungry thousands who broke time broad as it blossomed Into larger loaves that miracle by whloh n Ixjy with five loaves and two fishes be come the stiller of u whole army We sing Ills sorrows His atonobruUed feet mIl nehlug heart Ills mountainn loneliness ills desert hunger mil atormpeltcd body tho eternity of anguish that shot through ills lest moment and time immeasurable oacnn of torment tint heaved up against its eroMH In ono foaming wrathful om nipotent surge Use mm unshed out and the dead shroud wrapped break lag open their opulchcra and ruihlng out to see what was the matter We sing Ills resurreotlan the guard Unit saint not koetY Hint tilt sorrow of His dlsclphtfl the clouds idling np fin cither slue In pillared nplendora aa nB went through treading the path lea t sir higher and higher until lie eame to the foot of the throne sad all heaven kept jubilee at Uu return of the conqueror Oh Is there nnf more appropriate for a Mabbutii t than this song of Jesus Let the- umsarsby in the street hear It lot time angels of tied entry It niHtda l thrsNgkdsrknusI appropriate for any hour but e dally sweet and beanttful and hon ifiAminiaier of the Gospel WM tthe peat near the aid etiwhere on Saturday nlghtOi h used tn assenbie and reivane j flr tlj following Sabbath and she i1t lint strangely sweet the thon re bourse tonight They have hoer re hearsing there for an hour No said some one about her the rmr is not rehearsing tonight ink she said I know tltl are I hestr 11allaIrR eniSh that she heard hilt the rhaiP of Heaven I think that Jests MMnti times sets ajar the door of Ilrsveh- and a passage of tout rupture girefil our ears The mlmttrolt of lleatgA I strike such n tremendous strain the walls of JHsjicr cannot hold It i I wonder n nd this lIA 8 question r I have been asking myself all tke srrii frtIU yVu stag that souls 1111 r sing It Nat unless our sine see pnl doned sad we hearer now to sing to1 praise of Christ will we ever siairlfpI there The limit great concert that I ever attended was In New Tide when Julleu In till Crystal pslaqft aliLhu5dretlainentH Some of you may rrmcmhor that occasion It was the lIt our dtjj time kind at which I was present siaK I shall never forget It P wow that IK nan standing and with the hand a Jt hPdPIngj whelming Hut oh the grander seeda I when they shall come front the raft tumid from till west and from tl north and from time southa Km multitudeI that no man can num 14 into the temple of the skies host be+ ynnd host rank beyond rank gsfehlO l II standtore 4 harmony with ills wounded hands yd wounded foot Like time volw gf tinny waters like the voice of anlhttIthunderings they shall cry Wortfiy U till Lamb that was slain to ro I celve blessings nnd riches and httbrI nnd glory nnd power world willMtC ifwlcarr c IOUIIf may I hear that If f jolnn other glad nssptnblnpc mummy I join in thntt I was reading of tit battle of AjtjnJ court in which Henry V figured andll- It is said after time battle teas won gloriously won the king wanted to ncknowlcdge the Divine interposition and he ordered the chnnlnin to repel the Psalm of David and when he came to the words Not unto uaO- Iord hilt to Thy name he the praise the king dismounted nndnil the lcqjhOlltselves on their fates Ohat time story of the Saviours love anti tle etcnotIUmdayh ofynvenn ismhurtUntil tho tiny break and the slmdeflai flue away turn mum beloved anti bl 111tIlO i THE IIANNA PAYNE BILL Mnmmotli Irijnil Planned Ili time Itv- inilillinn Hnnn and lllw- llrtieliiitrti time inot Iniquitous and barefaced raid upon time United State Iron miry aplteara IIn tlio IlannalHyno shipping iiUldyhi1l now being prctsAcd for pas sake lIII congress The bill pretend to In one to promote the winmorec and iiHTensoi the foreign t rillIIof tlio rlllhlI St tffI null provides for time l HVint nt of compensation for l- tear to teasel owners whether of American or foreignUnlit teasels thet total auniiHlIcompensation not 10 exceed BOOOOX There IK n ttremendous opposition to this bill which IB duolnrod to IK in ilcfcnMhle an opposition whloh says the Boston Henihl grows out of the firm belief that Instead of proving of asAiHtnncoln the upbuilding of u great mcrchpnt marine for thin country will he n decided hindrance Already continues lite Ilcrnhi the greet ship Inilldiiig concern of the Atlantic sat iMianl have arranged thn prellmlnartrK for a trust Into which their Interests are to he merged IIH noon as this sub sidy hill become a law Tho New York Kvenlug POM adds ltn testimony to the mass of pvldouoo going to shun thn utter shnmolosun s of tho promoters of this selurute It jii mi open secret at Washington Hint n combination has bees furincd between lulu llnmta Payne wibuldy and time Nicaragua canal Senator henna hull agreed to await time report of tho latlmilHTi rommtsttliiii and the preal dent hail accordingly recommended I SAMIdI pilIJI I bnuge in both quarters Mr IlauMn ae Hit his semi lo thc report for MMHedtote nelson on the canal Mil isd Iw thinks 1 hat he has seen red a wftttritMt niiinber of rites fur the abtpplng anhahly1 Mil The magnitude of ski fraud sought jto be tperpfftraled upon the tHX1myr at the United States ays the Pout 11 the Chicagn Triltun looks at tin nlijert frmn the Maine point of ItIeon bit best understood by making A aHflparienn of the uama R otaII np JirnprMied In Great llrltalu still those Proposed by the IlaimilMyHe kill During the last year time Mrltluli got ernment pull fSMono vthventlon for n vfwsfki aa reserve merchant oriiln sea and SuaOOa for carrying the HNllls from tie tithed Kingdom to TluAtfOnullbill this Inlcrnntlotinl Navigation irons pmsytlritise will jgVt1 over XCoOOfi- OVarions foreign residents doing IiMUdnem In TCew York adds time Poat hte flied notices within the pro scribed lime which will enable them ttft comply with tho stlpiiutlionK of the Mil In semiring subsidy 1uiymenta on 0 still greater amount of tnnmige nun tih courM of ciiuntrnetlon In be put main the American trade litter Ilea Ithe estimated aOOOntlM for HidiHldy appropriation in likely1 lo be fully inHdI till IlnuV sharp going to the III ItrllRIl101181 Nat gallon company and oilier owners of teasels which arc for flgn built Well may the Chicago Tribunr nal Why IIs JJUcHaenlhilI tthatI vessel own prx should be given a bounty of 3AM1Ur JOG u yenr to develop foreign trade To which may4 lie iijldcd thy query How are the American shljipUig in tcrcsfs to be aided by giving foreign Musieli owners on foreign bottoms U OQOOOl of American money per tin null1 Tho fleshpots the republican liflity nf tlm trills tvndlentos com blituti brinks and nionev lenders twlnt tliclr rubber nrtUa nway from justice equity and liberty itlid while their mouths span llie Htnokc of tlrlue monlHy nail patrlollnn the gust tie Jntee of their stomachs the only Injnrls they possess drivels with Ihr McKlnlev Hannaloekefrller nttfrlV tlchtllIhllnuls Rlotc lIogb1 JHrruftrr Me SIcKjjplpy will well to contnlt wUli lfniiti anti thin ugnmtrust 1i1utrlt6r UItJn nite- rfrninr min oprillam 1a to out plnlo- lll Albanv JrgllliI I FACE THE ISSUES 11 me for tilt ntlII tit rA It lo fnllennd Mntul ToKcllirr wllli the Teeple It IB not iill time now to fmitor Hwny the opportunities for throwing off time yoke pressing upon the meek of the people by the republican jmrty with Mr McKlnloy till trusts and thu banking syndicate upholding tthem There serer wan II time In the po litical hlxtory of time Inlted States 110rhthan now There IK lint n Mingle one which may be abandoned with wifely for nil of them are national untie of them joonl There are tunny rightminded IHO pks men who stand upon Justice anti right who have disinherited them selves from the republican party ra pudiated the loaves and flidicttt which lend to mental degradation the re pudiation of American manhood and the denial of the principles whloh have made time ant hum great Ve bey lieve that all those right ntndrd jioo phi are In truth nnd In fart time rent republicans sail the arty at the head of whloh milts McKinley tare tho renegades In that sense the demo cratic party IB IIn thorough accord with them for the Issues and turIn limits they alhOOMD mime the evorllv Ing principle spasm which ttime demo cratic party stands with more per sbUonee than ever before beau then gravity of the ultnatkm IB greater than ever before There are bowerer matins nffde lull which Iwjkl wiiiit to stain d aloof nation of the people by an arrogant llnanrlal1 sad Imnerlallsilr system OM of these anealled1 detail Is the silver issue OH that theysay We eanmit titans Why nut la It not the inAHofcil Issue dare It not let at tho bn0 of pJulorrary Imperialism trusts the onslatement of a tree Ilice pie IlewHso the drmorratto party derma It an indeed the eanentlal nv sue Inasmuch as it IIs the foundation of nil tho others must the other rite issues be allowed lo fall through aIx4H4oniiHHf or by failure to defeat UllllaHiI MrKlniej the apostate re publican complained tiff ThnI would be mere Up serrlee In goall cause and an Intent to assert pernlciouc princlplea dennuneeil for their danger to the pcojde and the welfare of the nation The people cannot mud not cystic ono slnirlc IIssue ami1 HO leader have the power to evade any of them be canse they art all h Issues pertinent to lac welfare of the people 1111 art IIa sties which the pt oplo have most at heart To repudiate any of the Issue before the demnenitle party would bo to lietrny time people tliemarlves for party tenders have HO rxlslonco except thnmirli the people- OPINIONS AND POINTERS Markllniina may this year learn to his suet that the aggregate wealth of the syndicates he rupretMUtit IK not MiilHelcnt to buy tin peoples betrayal of Amerlean shimSt Louis Kepnb Ilie It the farmers of the country once Itike up the wry of protection from cheap foreign lumbar the protec Inn principle on w Ilcli rte have been fed will plague im mightily Tho agri culturist certainly have IIIIHIIJI right to protection that tutu tntfumeI lurcrK hnro InilliiiiupollK News Whetlier there summit be free trade or trued trade between till peo pie AIr the Tiilted Sin tell and those 01 1ortii Kleo IH Hllll an open quest lout The xngiir I bust IH on one stoic four llfths of tin people uf the countryaro mi till other Hide mill IPreldentI Me JOnll1M on hllthIohlPhllnllllphln lit eunl The AmeiIenii people may pos sibly lie mlitahen In IIlielr ideas of Joist ieo to Porto Itico but they can revel be eouvlnceil of their mUtakn by the uistliotl of Humitor Hunnii YiilerK whoiw cfit ucHtci H here been froiiNrd are tint tn bo cpnycrtod by rye Manna style of btippnln CUJJmga jnuv Ocenn mfr MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Ono pound of cork wilt support a man of ordinary sire In the wiitar Originally time common or tltimmu tit gout was n native of the hlghluntls of AhlaKanHiiH his 807 newMoaports fll of them being dallies Compared to the waters of th Dead son those of the Snit Lake art companitlvcly fresh Our new horses dun Coatn Ittoa mipk pllou the bout and largest banana that como to the fatted Stoles Without winds lirat and moisture could not bo distributed over tho fnoe of time earth and without the a man could not oxlut In time vnrlouH public initltntlonB of the District of Columbia 8000 aol creel people arc employed who draw an annual computiKailon of about S 1 00000ftllurllngton X Y will not nlllttClt may taxc tide year tho sating on appropriation hawing goitO on 60 bug that the township linn Bitfilaloiit fund to run all dcjuirtmont The town of Smith Nowmnrket N If Iin offered n 10000 publlo library on condition that IIts namo iIM nltncgedl to NewllohK n title rcooHinioNdwl as uliorter and more suitable A gi antle imiahroom wighdumg three pounds wan recently found In Soimmii connly Cat lima top miss 40 Jimmies In Hrtuniferonee and tho elumu- sIt Inches lung and two Iflehcn LhlokI fie Tarantulas are common tn SAlitMpi Cube mend iiam tiiiic nwike thtUssyt- utu the beds of sleepru In tins best i Lease as a protection against UMSI IMiuKiHowM Hpldert a ctottt nettlagsuro roams verymad MORO BLACKSMITHS The Mnilvr Vnrl mrn Arc llu front puma Till Main1 llsMinierlsu Out Ursilly Hutu Ono of the ouriw4ties of life Iltltlt- he Mama1 la the Htlte Wseliswdthskop that form an lmMtrtaat adjunrt to every lots a of llanluertease The shop U Hsuully tsar Inrge roam In ear corner et whwk le Item ftwf Time forge writes u oorroanoiMlent el Ute CtortniuiU Knquirrr is made on the ground eel In It blew a Are Made of baMbo charcoal In order lo keep time gee huh the smith makes use uf H HHiat navel1 pair of below Two large upright vectkwB of bawboo era equipped ttltb luuft ra like tltvI a pump and a nathe silting at the top ef the tuiea alternately works the plungers up and dune pryduring ra mnly1 the sam blow tfrrt as the or d shopTheRsof near UM targv Tory ars three Lace ol fen Iambllng e rallfwtit tftiim In lNat istamt tMiI IfEsmaay arlmlnts at all time cad tn y bawnwr arty with their Mltb haw- awn fee that Jlle Tbjr wear MI eiatbeL slve UMP brneh rtoaland uu like tke village blachandtli seem to take their task with great rrfonsnvs One thinks o r the Armnrvra Moss from Uil4ii Hood UB be watrhrs the progress Ott tranferrHir an oM mt tall lie title a I eonetfmd murk for It M the work of 11arras that giea principal employment lo the smith From alt sarir of old sled He fashions the deadly holetIre VHlvor wl wrap OM of the Mtratrj With luJinlt IIm tleHv be hammers away until tho rusty old nasal1 has here sulkid into life and 1 hln wlcikvd btei baaane r Hded It Mo skilled are the litoekamltlM In this work tkat lor their weaponsI present designs that would do credit te maker win bad the tory Ibest equipped shop IIt was surprising for InstaHce to learn that tit lttoaallnr sH key abnpo of the finer htaiiea was made by hug the e4fO of the lint metal with tin mind handlo of M4 old ttoinlngton ro i b ynnrt A front many of these weniMtna are being pnrchand anti sent beck to the Btfttcs They promise to btt quite H fad with rein hunters They vary li aleI andl the pri ranger rum i vents up to SU tttrit Clue MIIIIIF Old liens rk oust of the Iltlt norrovtA of fa litmus iionuinagtfk Is that It is liunitml ult11110nhluhthe orttlnory affairs of lift lave formed of diem It IH n trihil that H certiiin liter ary man of high repiitnth lied cou hltui tu remark to a waller In the re3 Innrnnt where Ihe Kfinetlmoa Imiohwtt yummytoughThe waiter looked at him with a taro rowful cxpnwtion and Hlghud deeply ttJltenlryunit mu Ah air Bald time waiter I took orlghml say time Kamc thing that nil UioQcBt of them dnTll liltst Autom ililps Mt IarU The Frcnoli have been among tinmost inthuHhiKtlo friends of the auto mobile Idea and during tho coming exhibition In Paris they Intent to make that style of locomotion ntt con KplcnotiH and attractive IIH posxlblo A Kjieclnl automobile exhibition Is to be livid In the park of VlnccnncK under time direction of time Automobile olub jf Franco Competitive tests and races will be arranged for till kinds of iclfmoving carriages and prlcn are to Ily awarded to the winners In time cartons elawicH In Newshoya Jlley Vous do Inside of n bunghole yelled Jimmy VouM do center of a orullgrt rw yrtud iUtkyIhllajlcliphla Oluilctiu r t n SjAJ4l r IIfJ U h I s k I iJ1 L j 7 D q I i e FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Ilrat Scailou UimhliiRtoii Marsh nSenalBUUItpronrew wna made with thy Porto moo tariff and Kovarnmsnt Mil t was under di cu Klon for nearly thnie hours but the prowler port of tho time waR eon Numrl In the consideration or n true c lnasc Htnvndmunt offered liy Mr Mor- pendinglhtil UirliiK Ins maniltiK hours lliu ItoprMontntlve Carter of Ianran Introduced a bill to swtublfiti a bu nuu of crlmlnnl Information in connec tion with to durwrtmant uf jtmtlic It pmvllH fur the Mllectlleii f rcir r phn KtfrupliK meaauramiMita 1e ofrrbnl 1111 funirlctMl IH fodensf miiuiry or flit I ill curl Other Itotja lbills intrxlui to wrrr Authorizing llw HIM uf a pert r the National ctattftery nt Arlington fur the burial uf iloreanfd enlUtml mm And their yvte6 and forulillna the K vrrr arm Vie of atsnti1cntl Iniwal Ixun a ni llthoxrapii itrlMlnu ct Hiarmy aiijinmrlHlloii IMrl true token up RIIu laird until wiJoMritHMMit ililHVtnti ilarel + Kenute titII uu aajrvful tu votnn the 1lter ir I n Kfivwnimcut HIHl tariff bll T- uIrlln ftMir iSIoi k lililn w v 11 a I lhiw AiilmrltlnK th oJd JUIIIHHI of riKhtB nf mtiUTK uii the NI j Imllnn r rvuiioii In Arliuiui jir vcl jbwi r I ring ir n 111111 nature Th antir nt iiftirtil IV Mr wrier ut Itr A h u r1r d bll rilitliiH tu tlu mvr Ir Knt ininr ih rut rllr CHIH So f kr uKr I In huh tin urlltfor prnarrsa w 1 II uln n lfli tli ni MHii- riloum Thf hniM iKvolnl Jrarlklvt- lw ahtlr iln t i the DMMMrnitlnn of th arm arir i i iIIr Mil HfVernl minor nmintHi I a r 4opMl uiiil about hull h hw v m mm ttA Tliere WAX a rel ilral f KivmpnuMM ua debate ilur pertinentInartttniftuo Mamti JIl Rrnate A direct i crwAonlMIptKUlun tn Htrlki irnn ttu INrilo Jlko niHanuro the pro 111RIWlitl jl i ialtkin waa drI1I by a yule of lb to L Ukll the vat 1s r Kard iIl as- swamt tirv Ihw p inimntiro It li n l twqaIr4w1 asDrollestng the anal vutt- an t1n WU Tbe bill ante under dllotIthrnwClMMit the esdire iww Ion n vvrul 1- mIrlnl ameedmata IM HR agree I to llwnio Afivr four 4aY of a stormy di bate the hUIIN PHMMKI the army Hpitru prttlon Mil On of the last amendment adole4 open nkllrs haae to the of taros and men nt volunteer and regular iirmtwi lueaiMcUntMl during nr alnee the quuefitnlry dlMrlot wraa Mttlwl In favor ut Air JIIr lloth the conleetuMt and jrepukNatesj RnaletA bill rr or the Ifillill ofLawrnrrII na 4lr rattfyln as appro prtatlon hr the MaUturr of Oklali 8uhf f the Mi r11 runt for the lit of th Iolverwity of Ion for roiorwtl sttj kola oni4l rita4e prgtss Ws milewith tlMo Iurti nimn MM aaurw during the day Mcict uf ilte commltte amnd mats and vevoral offered by nature Iwlntf dlaSMHMMl of- TIw day WAIl dwold tu war rlnltNS but only three Wile wre 1HiasMMJ- n 0 follow To rf r the claim of utm V Idtarrncv InvolvtitK JlJowi In cost nrtbn with the cuMttrurtlim of th11toa nor ttaur In Lo riurt of clmtM to rrfrr the claim of Illrum Johnson and niKrr n burn M in MSUM IVnisM- M illwatft it I forrr la ISM eotH of I ilrnn and to pl Mathlas Patireon tr Hirint V lly WIs rtm- W ixhinaTton Mart lnaleTMntr ilin of IP akoinn win tOheO ullin- I uka ta Pert hirei Mil the fr j Mir bring an rximuntlve peeb by Mt K itMtnka of lntiKna who vlffoeaulr- c l s irtrd th arnla u- IIT trtrnetue apprpilnum- II we pawt l lust ash earn from the nninlitewl h arrive IT HaiI A veer liutoti oa ie i tmi in rtrWft tb r tr anl oft errw vf the vet Irsa r less three hossra1 tHdllkal- d Air mm tiHia J by antucpop al fSMarh nnl + by Sir tit Jn ntYws M a- L l Aaw tt- a ft1 try Men f the Itlwrtr I- IIWet nth uII w oafl1 I44 e nrr l Mt t11 our a beM nnte cotivsnfl at fiirkta + wft croixi i and to Itr rrr until the psi r ad s4 t n win Untonrd to the dr b v rt Wt I 11 TIM lmh wrn I and IM tits debate ufuualij 1IandsA hi tviirtlon of 1M wari tae WAIl rc naIct fu a raoluilni d Anl 11 t IIIIMT eallIna upon Ih sverrtary a Ihr imicunr for Inform let a to ti itrtstbte urSua slatlm rOTriu taw aold rral durlnR this SiI IIIP tOIM1 timai yrer Tb maolu- ithen wu i I by Mr Pay e lhe HOIK Wtilir of the tnurlty n e I ul the rmt tills trto 1 1u atllW 1M I oII and the Kktw tnaanch WM A par t dlvld tllP Mttlwni jwltelaldhxrlet of Ni w two dlatricti and to op IrrtII tOlltltO t for a mlMtary peat at Aunt Threr Mm nod Killed Illiniirir Cincinnati MnrvhI 31Wni litnle moll 53 mi employs of the Vlftoi 8iife earl Ioeku tlrlH thitclv aunt three of his flow workmen while they were pnrtnktHg of their tllnnpi I JuucHi at the factory Ho cucnpod Irtitn the building nail wont direct tn lilt Ixnno when Ilu put a bullet tlimuKh Kin own liwitl djMng nliniMtt lHatMHtJy No cftuiw IK known for toe oriiHO Illn vIclhiiH IMwanl Millur iliiiiMtiH Wulilron and lohn Ontjnhr vtll iirolmbjy rccovur nit hough ill thniw MTV AoriauHly wounded 1iilMonril n Voutlij1 CJnt1nnit Marsh 9t1lollla Von 1t r n tirvnnt girl in tho employ ol Chitrlim A jMkon put ntiKMiic In tthe ontmcttl that nut prtrpnrod for the fondly lironltftiDt curd ON n ronult lrn K A A1k ai her Intightur Mnt C O Wtnold ju d the Jntters club thin KrunocK ngrci X sold Harold ngwl Go there UiUni imYHily III lint r1ll all proltnbljr rcoover file girl conftttwrd antiaaitt that C O Wlnoltl littHbnnd of om of the victims com pcllrxl Jios to do the deed Wlnold niul lila wlfo hal partrtl KOIIIC time sign Uln wherfnbont are nnkuown Thr girt in under nrr L- Itoltlied lloune aud Rant O Dnytnn 0 April 8Four men en farad the home of Harry Urontllnger nt ilpijccnnoe City iiHsntilUd llrent linger Ml hU wife cud robbed the hotixe The hnrglnr covered their victlniB hends with HlicetH Two held them nt the point of rcvolverH while the other two rnnsneked the hotihu leeurlng 38 They tools llrentllngurit black horse surd surrey Ijxpellent linpremtloti Mnde City of Mexico March 8Prcnl dent Dliix rocclved nt the hull of the imbiiMmiloiK the new minister from Pnntemnln Mnnnel Ciibrnl n tlfHtlri rulHlicd lawyer tutu staleKinun of hint jonntry The new mlnlHtur matle un ixecllent ImpreuHlon nt the eeremouy ivhiC H jllvayBniwIutcri lug one 4 Trnnaiiiirt Sheridan Arrives Snit Francisco April 2Tito trans 1 port Rherldun arrived front Manila oringlng 110 army prUonern SO sick 11 moan and 82 discharged nohllem II jtnvv prUoncrH cud 14 sick nation tr A MOTHERS+ STORY Tolla About Hor Daughters UlnoBS and How Sho was Rollovod Two Lottors to Mrs Pinkham 1I line PINUIIAS1I write to tell you about my daughter She isinotcon lcurs old and is flowing all the timo and has been for nbout i three months Thedoo verylittlethought 1 would try Lydia E PlnlcI hams Vegetable Compound but I want your ndvico i before beginning Its use I have become very much alarmed about her as sho in getting w woleiMits MATILDA A CAMP ManchcnUir Mill Macon Ca May 2i 18UO It DEAR Mns PIN- KIIAs1It affords mo I great pleasure to toll you of the benefit toy i daughter has received from tho use of Lydla 11 Plnlchimin Vegetable Com pound After beginning tho uso of i your roedlalno alto began to mend rapidly and is now ablo to be at her work tier menses arc regular and almost painless 1 feel very thankful to you and expect to always keep your Vegetable Compound In my house It IIH the best medicine I ever knew You haro my permission to publish thin letter if you wish it maybe the means of doing others goodMite MATILDA A CAMP Manchester Mill Macou Oa September 13 1809 DE WAS AGREEABLE Would Irl the Mil Uncle J hoot If lie Kunud Him In Much a roaltlon This yang fellow iii engaged to a pretty Okturhaanl a daughter of leis own too mitth after I owa u itk t lie a favorite He took it upon htHlHU Iu lead for Ute slang titan the other dayIre yen nine to marry that niece of roiitaT he MMC Mcruly when they were aluai iin tta iiaoer onto Pardon tae sir Lat I moat decline to IMtilertutito use that it ayonr affair- TMres a whole ot Ult yon fail to ses- peuaa MUM Im rosily the head of our I itaii art IU not shirk nay duty I post are a eaispli of chump Are you er are yon not ratwdJ I otI far 1M to rly dr that it k near tI your infernal tMrtsMss ad that yea are MI what I heard yea wore a sour Clara jrmntd oM eurauid roa- N itemany Ill not heady word wittt tW hkea of you lOt if V ua had hers 1 pis with say daughter aa kaea as yea tart ay ciao I WMoVt do a itue bM pus aI at111s41sdbd tiec e t DttNit Fw h- e1r Can Opt AllvnU l uh TKRI LororNI Ifia iiiNiwder so ahll JON It tares riiilWskla a lltltllAJlr awollfl actotoc fart It anakiwMcw or Ufrbt shoes easy A certain1 taro for Corns and Run teat AU druajrtsMiatid siioasturca sail It SBa Whr Tlirj Vrro Nolay Krrr here1 Vkat mn ram link girts making M MMch Mi admit 1r xrlainttd tao lit tI I paperWere lirlaIEIJolbPull SIAHICKTS tnclnnntlturll LlJI BTOCICCattle eomn 4 ii 0 4 00CIOl151lltb5IGNIIl660IlMDBITxtra 0011vv724NojICumloOtinHoloIAYChoice timothy H 75 iIS W lHOVISiorfMc lOrk iTU u 3aiUUTTIfItooC IliAPPLIES I lOTATOKS1Jr brl IW O175S- CO CIIICAQ- O1lOUn Winter intent O3Ci OJIAIN Uliont Nu Z red JJ tI 70 No a tnlcngd spring Q fA CornNo 2 saf 3- 1Oatso S 3t talive No S Co lOItiCMos l151 UAItt jfl2N Stenm 635 06W New YOHI- CKIOUHVlnter patent 3 C5 O30G IiOtitornNo45ti4ntsNoi llvo 61 rOlllCMexs sill W LAm 81eAIIl I G iDALTIMOHE- FLOUItFamlly 850 03EO oOltlNhenlo S red Slyd at Houtliorn 70 0 l5 4SoltNolyeNo 2 western to II 67 CATTLKKlrst quality 4 76 r 616 HOUSAVcstern Q 6 70 INDIANAPOLIS CHAIN tieutNo 2 red fa 7Ji t mixed e SI 8rnNo 2 mixed jJ ry LOUISVILLE FLOUU Winter patent 4 3 94GO OIIA1N WheatNo 2 red 72 W 73 Corn Mixed le 41 164IOltitMeerLAUDSteam 06 rib I Alibo tlne Is the original unrt only dur able wall routing on the market It U entirely different from all kaliomlno prep nratlons Alnbasttno la made rmlyfor use In white or fourteen beautiful tints by the addition of cold water It la put up In dry powdered form In packages properly labeled with full directions on every package It takes the place of scaling Kalomlne wall pAper and paint for walls Alabaatlno can bo used on tauter brick wood or canva and a child ran brush It on WHAT THEY REALLY SAY I IhuI IB Coiivcr CuftsedII A nun and wife enter the tlreater Ay loon an they are seated and the digs around for the hat pint and removes her hat they look at each other smilingly and teem to onlooker to he currying on an animated oonverwUiou Here what theyre really- fluaoatidYonr ea hairs cruihod and ptas terwl1 down in front like a ilnco barbers Cant you Fire it a swill thnlll Wife I nrcawuable thinzl How car your expect me to have my hair all flatly and nice at MMIII an 11 toke off a heavy toreador hat that comes down over iny VelHI give it a couple of dabs anyhow Looks taw at if youtf been making u bigh- tdi11uerenow does it suit your lordlord ahiplo Oh tt eli it Unt at It was Whats tocmne of thatrwhtal you tnl6it lust tat thin yew Fat to put iryourfrent hemp awhile ago t flint made IL stick up aUII1eup and It Will too warm anyway ly what a frightful haircut pair barbergave you today 1lokes you lookI like a ltusian moujlkl 1ont you tlllnk Loud hettQr ehouie your barber etc Waihlngton Post IllrtU lit Inunnjie No I do not make friends at easily as- i I UMKI to with my fellow trawelers said the man who was relating European ex perienee It is not because 1 feel IUIIo eitbly inrfinul but Ixeauje of the wW setback I refcived at Gibraltar In the ho tel oilier one morning 1 entered into convert nation with an Englishman and wornsu who itemed to me to be the right sort They did not meet my friendly overtures with the usual OhAnd an Knglith Mare On the contrary they weined anxious to bfcome acquainted with me and toon we were chAt tllli pleaanU IIcongmutated myself upon nay ood fortune In falling In with eueh agreeable proplIp who were almoat ni e enough to be Atnericai 11ediacultdCile raltar and were just planninK a sight seeing- expedition for the following day when one uf lute hotel waiters thrtttt hit head in the doorway and said fhe minus wants the both of yez My newfound friends were the maid and men servant of tile duch ewi of Clevelaml lord ltoseberys mother Detroit Free Press Tile Ideal Mnn There Iis much rivalry between the various colleges ot to which will produce the ideal honeltlintellectualbetter for having lived Health will demand deptndllrrolnandMitten will keep the bowels regular and the loraacb healthy by curing all stomach dit orders It alto prevents malaria fever and ague Try iteFeminine Cun l tenry Mrs GreeiIThey dMy that Mr Sljder gawWrit lat it awful Mrs Grey1 should say it wal Vby itll almost III load as dealing If he wins kt win vase other man if be loves be tabs ht family At aaj rate it it terribly wicked liy the way 1 hfIUl to tell you 1 won the first lpryae at lbe lrit tournament last night a batiltd silver cup Ob you lucky wonts n I plow I envy vatstow Transcript flows This r We agr OM HtMiMsl Dalian Reward r of Uaurrh that Manet be curtd 4MafCo irps To1tC1o o 1 +t losistaasi have known F J Cnssiiy for the last Ujr here him alpinei perfectly tianarabie M trnaa tioar aid ti11anlalyI able to tarry out any fbHsjationa made rtr their than Vest A Troax Vbolsal Druggist To- WaldipK Kinnan 4 Marvin Wholes e1sts Toledo 0- IIa irs Catarrh Cure it takes Internally attincj directly upon the blood and muroO e turfaet of the lynteta 1 rie 79e per butt Sold by all Dreggtats TtstimcniaU free hails Family Pills are the best Dirftfencp In Iocntlun ahulcltollSandy likftXo mum When Im up tlit way 1 chop wecxi wlion Im down In Chinatown I chop suey Cbtcago Evening Kewt I Tilt MIMInn Dollar Pntnto Its marveloul Salzercalalog teUII so swineha ton grow CoLshusbandI know replied the persistent suitor lint woulat you like all enlireljddferent one JhiladelphSorth canwill butifprobably find a bootjack or A run just as effective Chicago Daily News To Cure n Cold In One Tiny Take Laxative Hroirio Ouinlno Tablets All drufrglsUrvfutid money1 fit ralla to cure 25i- XeccMity it said to be the mother of in vention but iii not oftentimes invention Ute mother of neteasily Most inventors go broke liotlon Transcript producetheknown dyo stub Sold by all druggittn folksdontindIDjUle= IntiTunstandingECady Ella1din carried away by Tcnnytons poemii 8Iell411I1II sorry we havent a copy ir the bouelo1J Topics Row My Throat flurtstWir dont you TarPikescompliments are as unworthII IFoorlilt senseless abuse KnlsoiTilnes are cheap and temporary Ion manufactured frim whiting chalks clays etc They are stuck on the walls Tilth deCI1h1Ianimal glue Ala bastlnu Is It Is a rock base cement which sets and It Harden with age It can be ro o4ted and re decorated without having to wash and ncra o oft ita old coats AlauHatine U utlllcrd to a great extent In hMf Katel s3- It prevents tho accumulation of dirt end the congregating of dlxeoao germs being disinfectant la 1U nature S 1 PERUNA PROTECTS OUR HDMEStvttvt I W rThe Roberts Family of Falls City Neb Are Healthy and HappyA Rare Sight in These Days Then Say We Think Peruna Is The Greatest Medicine On Earth nao man is better known in the State of Nebraska than ilr Carl T Robert con tractor lId mason A typical American saFacityLiea protector In a recent letter to Dr Hart man be writes among other tiling as fol lows Our boy James had the membranous croup alld repeated attacks of lung fever Our toy lhartie was also subject to re peated jttacU af pneumonia and pleurisy Our tliird boys Johl was subject tb fever and due Imalarial and liver trouble Your i remedy Icrana cured my bops entirely boysinI ute to your medieiiM My wife had a stomp nut trouble which Peruna also cured Altogether for toy whole family we have used nineteen bow ec1 of Peruna and have thus saved KO ID doctors bill lama contract or aIR maaoB by trade and am known all over JMfstka I have hada stomach III trouble which has been greatly relieved b your medv rerutm for which 1 am utill rMdlWII EIctahopfactory andfamily should ii prel s Lotion stingIof Insects I BURNS t are sure to happen See lirj cir Icobr Use Lotion Soap j at all limes At Druggists only SwallowIlionecf the eArliest barbmtfIt uprlnlqana puN1 aura indication W lust frthnc of Ian gal4CrpmsIuw tau wallOM of HIRESB Rtilbeir i I or trot a aprlns tonleond for a lIUm aII dtrtrace t g1L i IIr it tWrtu IH DM er pttleaS r4 the tr UWta- II Cnsrlre Eo PIn Cot JI l trnPo o In 3 or 4Ycars aa IlldepoudenceisAssuredifyoutake lu Wettern Canada too land of plenty Ulna toted pamphlet irlrtne eaperieoces of farmers I wbobate become wealthy In srowlns nbeat repnru of delrcatcs etc and full Information aatoreduced railway rates can be lead 00 ppllcllon to the fn r1DI Dent of ImmUrauon Department Ilf i Intcrlorinuwa Canada or address tbe Underlin ed whO win mallI jou atlases pamphlet eta froIf IBHIRY Hunt of Immigration OttawaIIot li 11dat OhioOLMIiII 1Jfalling REMEDY Rheumatism SUftSfflv CdTAltltllltclUcary ofS DKOIS amC ratira nawrllaa a 1raxntlr of any Ache cr ruin known to the human Kid TUC run withoutabaitiofQ1 libels Sendk r trial bottle ZlcJor larzo boltl I1W conialulnf 90 doer 11 Iuor ss out HWANHUV last rVMLT10 fIT It n 100 d4 JJ Lake Ml CIIca- 1o1I15 P 0II t IM the heat remedy r BU 1 It relieves coughCoughartS lu a few days rIce aye atalldrugglta 0118I I schoolhousesbe coated with anything but the durable thisfactgeniiInIt Is cleanly during the long period of its usefulness Every owner of u building should use It Ask your paint dealer or forfreetoAlabasUnej I HOD William Youngblood Auditor I t wo r nvrf WiUfamII for the Interior i writes from Washington Ifllartmun tOI11lovsten heard of your I I great mcdioiiio and have per auadod my wife who has been much of a suffer er trout catarrh to try P c r u n n and after using onto bottlo sho haw wonderfully improved Ithas Proved all ouII olnimodforftaud pleasure In roe ommend In p 1 U iII nyono who Is I flicted with atarrh rcrttna has bee me In dlsuensabla a multitude of households absolutely in I u uu thoCotton iA I KnnrmAimyltldvr fatlentr Wrnef t them nppear aguln tT r IUCIUIOSII Use Corn Cure r dealer eatII sell same Alabastlne i sometUtas posterf IT trying to decade soraethliiff has bought I trying soil on Alabastlnedanger to nhnelf tu you Dewara nr new Dealers risk u damages selling I using an rlnsement own i right sell adapted I 1 G aucer Carnetro writes it with pleasure that t report that 1 than 1 have been for many years I heifers Peruna without a the best medicine that ever was ucd a family It hat cured my nervoun t with u which I have been afflicted for a number 1 years It it a fact of evcrincvea icg estoaisb ment that many otherwise tenable provident people will for the ncgrtct of simple n precaution have a battle Peruna at bring upon then the needless suffering foolish expense that a practitioner of medicine iit forced wit new every day As soon the value Peruaa it tally predated by every household both a pre ventive these affections tens thousands of lives be saved and of thousands of chronic lingering cases of disease prevented Peruna is the household Bafcrjuard complete work on chronic catarrh tent IA to any address by the Peruna Medicine ay a Columbus Ohio JIl OJfJr ngh5lep rRul ALABISTNEViIAT to e SPassengers Texas Who want sleeping car accommodations for the nights run from Memphis to Texas secure such accommodations only the Cotton Belt Passengers reaching Memphis the morning can ride in parlor cafe car from Memphis to the Teras border where sleepers the principal Texas points attached t In addition sleepers at nlsht and parlor cafe ear thod T both day and nlibt trains on Deft i fordable coaches and free rrtlInlnr ebalr nn throneU to without The enl and Kialptucut coinparei f with that say road country serlnrIIand ten na wher yon are going and when i II leave and we will tell yon what year ticket wilt tort train to take make the but time and ennnrrtloni olio send an Intonating book A Trip to Teas R LL1ESayAtfegsMOI WtHtlttTJJLHcnjkHItit V GADLISTpl M TinTt5i r tnm L rAaxkuu cm L U snm T1PlamuNti Eo w LaBEAUME G P and T A St Louis Mo leaLII r 1 SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHO- OTWINCHESTER Rifks Repenting Shotguns Ammunition nndII 1 Loaded Shotgun Shells Wincheste guns ammunition arc the standard of the world lbut they do not cost any more than poorer makes All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods FREE Send name and address on a postal for 156 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COIl 180 WINCHESTER AVE NEW HAVEN corm1 i RTIGHOKESiamolbfhlleFarhI and the xeeatoa runt fo- rLahreyeansefAratleknows elc- Ise a bout lists advI rill not MaICLK1 INU Certain PriceI5c I The who tells you that lie you the thing na or Just as good vttiivr IS nnt nr von In offering be cheat arid U to dui mantis he may not realize the 1 UIJ well as all kubrtltates for by and II1ltI Inf Alnbaxtlne Co the tn make and wall coatings to ml wllU cold water sir n aflAt It am better is doubt in gnat of no and so at to of hand srlvu and to as of ap itand cure of of will hundreds to can on in a for are to ebanee of In tb Write to you little tel nt PILES Dr Wlllliiu fallen PITa Ointment will cure llllnO ltchiatIlea lashInaa 1 soltetDn nndlttolerth IaI mall un receipt otprlce 40 o Alu a iuO VllJ4AMd Utt CO iroy CLL LAU onto OBF inuuno1 naiper- s1 ft caps and nlla 11 tackled6obsttuteeforpfuterasmpIeIris1e C1mTERSIuxa rr In A N KE 11407 WHEN WRITING TO ADVERTIIU8 please slate that you at w Ilea AUTcrtln ucut la ILIs ouaer lt- I d 0 J ti I j o 1 1 II i OCitIiiI t2iJ J h = I It f- L 1 A r Building r J1 Material I i J ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM J JBElI t x i J Doors and Windows Shingle fco j Lime and Comeut t jjBnihlors Hnrdwnro Oils otc M ESTIMATES j 1 CHEERFULLY M FURISiLE11- G V C FEED STUFFS I f j JHny Oats Corn Bran otc etc 1 o I LPW SEllison w r Council IroccciIIiiffN I IIicKMAN Kv April 2 1000 Council met In regular session Prca cntMavor Dillon Councilmen Cowgill Tucson Hrovard Beckman Davis and I Wearn I Councilman C Woarn was appointed Clerk pro tern The minutes of the last mooting wore read approved and signedI The office of City Clork having been made vacant by the death of Mr W L McCutohen on motion the Council ap pointed II C Helm to fill out the unax pired term of said W L McCutchen and Mr Holm being present the oath of office was duly administered to him by t Mayor Dillon and ho entered at once upon the duties of his office y II C Holm presented his bond us City t Clerk with R T and on I motion the same wantproved by the Council and ordered spread upon the re cords and filed with the Mayor The following accounts woro present ed properly approved which on motion 4 were allowed and checks ordered ruedi r for the amounts R R Dodds 1 Bros for lumber 8 512 Tom Dillon jr street pay roll 0520 On motion checks wore ordered issued to Bon Ramnge B Parham Wm Beck man John long E R Ellison Chas l Haokctt J A Stubbs and Arthur King l inlThe Supt of Water and Light Plant l Marchl1905Toibal I in treasury March 1st SIRWQ A100nmt1 0 y S3S4T3 i By amt paid out in Mach IM540 1 1 But in treni ury April 1st 188J34 + TOM DILLON In Supt t ifri f1lwlowing report for March 1000 Tiucs colkxitwl 10185 For receiptJfot 1tFheCity Treasurer presented till fol i Rising repor J for March 1000 OHNRRAI PUND ACCOUNT j Tb balance last rg tort 514230 dmreoa of V1L MeCutohoH 3715 r r of Tom Dillon jr lam 82S2JG I1 lly olrtflks iwid in March 2TG25- V r- tt tItalto Credit this fund 8 tOt I ifWATBU AND unirr BOVD ACCOUNT Tonalanuo last report 3 f700- 3pGouponsJj paid in March TttlOO i I IDulancoi to credit this account 11700 I CITY HALL ACCOtWT J ToMmlanaoJast report roOIr 1amt rtudof W L MoCutoJuII l1IJO- II of Tom Dillon Jr 500- II 3 OU4 By int mid in March moo Bal tQjirtidll thin account 8981 No ojmngo in College Hood aeooun sine l0t report W C JOHNSON cressI On motion the foregoing roporte were rseivod ordered spread upon the record and filed Wd101 in Old Hickman in exchange for a lot on west side of powerhouse was present ud to tho Council and on motion t nptecuto and acknowledge taunt us tho act I of cityOn tho Finance CommitteeI 4 was ordered to audit tho accounts of W Lo McCutchon late City Clork On motion Mrs Jennie McCluro Li hereby notified to open up the alloy sine has enclosed between her lots and Jack Talloys lots in East Hickman within ton j days from this date On motion it directed bytho coun oil that no charge bo mado for sprinkling j Clinton tit from the Depot to Mr Rose dales Photograph Gallery during the I year 1000 And parties are prohibited from using water from street hydrant for than sprinkling said I street without regular pity for same On motion Councilmen DavisjEllison and Bookman were appointed a commit- teeI to draft resolutions on tho death of f j Mr W L McCutchen Into City Clerk J prorentedtho records published and lay over nn I j til tho next STOCK regular OHDINANCE meeting 1ThoCity Council of the City of Hick1 ordain as follows That Article VII Sec 1 of the Revised Ordinances unpublished in 1808 known as tho Stock Ordinance bo amended by striking out tho wordscxco rtmilkcowandchnr ing the allowance of tho Marshal for keeping the mules horses cattlo and hogs taken up HO that said Section when amended shallread antfollows That no horse hog mule cattle or stock of any kind shall be suffered or permitted by owners thereof to run at large with tho limits of the city of Hickman Ky 1 1theif any Isuch bo hereafter found run at largo within said limits it shall be duty of the Marshal tfsaid city 1 Itf ft t I I It 0 forthwith to toke n i ssnte and iaekarc in a- autorlot for which rarrleo he shall he allowed tt11t v cants per hell and lit teen cent+ a uny for keeping the bogt per head nad twentyfive cent per day per head for cattle or other stock and If within three daM from the time of his taking upI and impounding said ntock the owno r thereof shall My to him the wddabajgjj for im1 sand keeping mntpaK he ball dollwrt said Htock to stud j1rIliP 1J11m few jvrfdR The City Council of the City of Hick man do ordain M follovB Sec 1 Tlifljt the tmiKNwatkRi of the Pollee JudgttbnU b fixed at the few ho ia entitled to rtoeiTo knd collect by law In civil and rrflft1hall roes coming before himStlt That in all criminal and penal euatt arising by reason of n violation of- tho city ordiumcoa or bylaws when the n whennJ made on tm ULiuu or a cnphto jiro tine or o yon n judgmentagalnt the defendant tho Police Judge shall certify his cost In such cases to tit City Council when sine will bo paid Sue a That the omen of Siierta Po lice Judge is hereby created the eneutn bont of which oflfce is to be MIJlIOInted by tin Council and hold hw olllce dur Ing the pleasure of the Connell end b tmtiott shall be Uio same KM the Police Judgewhoa who shall sot M Police the regular Police Judge is auMnt or othenriM in unable to act or k sworn air Uic bench and whose oomiwnflatioo shall be the same aa that of the Polite Judge in all eaea where no lute in the place of the regular JbtlROWAT88 ANH Croat QtDIKAJICL The Oft OoutMll of tho city of Hick man do ordain as follow See 1 That It stall be unlawful for any person or corporation to me a great er or larger candle rower electric light EketrkInnLights to use a light without having contracted for It ortoune a greater iium bor of liehUi thou he has contracted lot- withsaid Su towodeDt and an pcroa or cotporation DO offending shall be Led not lofin than One BOT more than Five Dollars for each night Mid light Lea soused Sec 2 That it han be unlawful for any person or corporation taking water from tho city knowingly to rafter or leer mil any pipe rook or ooomvtion to remain out qf repair so that water or waste tuorefrom and any h8lotII corporation so otTeadtng snail Iw not 1ms than One or more Wan TenOnedII Tara for eachduy after the first day that- maid 1 pipe eock orconnectkMi remains outII of repair leaking or lowing Sec 3 That it shall be IIWrII Marshall and UrworM land electric light to ironal I 1ly inspect at regular intervals tilt tirxt dallllaftorcock electric or connection within Uie water 1or pipe connected with thq eitys plant and RBt porson or corporation refuwng the m id Marshal nnd Sunoriutondont of the Vyt tor works and uleotrio HKhte UOO HK to their promises at rea Duahle taof han be fined not lass than Hlt nmvjqore than Ton UollaroJqr 6blR3 On matron council adjabca Jij Attest HO JIIHLLtllerk aaEOLUTIONs or RJIfIPJK Whoroas Ithas pleased God to take from our midst W L McOvtohen after I a long and honorable life many years of which were to the city ae of Us otHoore now tttoxtfore bt it oneII ResolvtM1 hint the oltT haw Io+ good citizen and a comjWtOMt sad faith I fol officer Resolved That on sympathy is ex tsudeil to Uu twntlv and relative of MKJIUjLIonsform awl that a page of the record dadkatwl to nk nifiiuory B T DAVW i L P Eruitox i CumI H O Baxataus l TUIUUI OJ IntlJ T HALL UP KumrKV LowE I No MO K OP H + Welndaa Ky March W lOOn AVherewii Oft Henvntly Father 1 remorrd from UK 1liy dLhu r i ilodtirotlter Wx TA MoCVrciiBX who haw I nllillIl i deplore Therefore be it RoMolvrd That deplore hit dthrealizing that our Lodgi hiw lout a worthy and earne5iJUelUbcr Roxolred TMutwe extend to the bereaved family ralatfom and friends our sympathy inthis time of their sorrow may the omnipotent Plod mMrtain them prMCJlthplrorUOIOhcd hat U OOP uf tliece rtilolu- tloM bt wont to tho family of deceased and it copy be spread upon the records pf the LodgeR TOM DILLON SK Committee J W UowoiuSS MRS J W JOHNSTON IIKBXDRR OF iliIIil I r iyattoO- One n o Mile Sonth of Mayfleld Address all malt to Mayfield Ky Ou THE STEVE STAR Ijivevy ami Feed Ml able Clinton Street west of Illckiniin Wng on Factory Keeps Surreys Buggies Horses o for hire Every nccomo dation given Your patronage solicited c fE EAKER General Grocer Powell Ploqk Clinton St Ifarlo purohaicil the Grocery 8opk of 1J 0 npoduriut wouJ bIleneed to line all old rrl Dds to call Fresh Qoodfi and Choice Barjsalnr I r I fltA1ES tVUNTY5tA L I ii The Putliw of ag CliUtir juOijjj Ofr IVhoni1 nee Ito rfljr f Mayfleld IndexIpomcxira Quite an interetlng oktuid Hint inI town Wmlnemlay It ttee tptioii dIr Mr William KlUebraw fvTjrifcv a onI Clarks river near the eounti Unit1 Mr Killeltrew said to us I wt Ui tr JaM of twenty eight ehlUlrnjii tVcniv two boys and dx girK m1 is my twenty tiNt HOB with mo i IU11112 vcurv old arid can floe how to rofliT nithoutI hllOOks have boen uuirrto l ttBfllltt tillI 1I stow a widower I Hvo nioni full ito 111 own oookhll 1 heron hn1lImsk t u lt- which ht I 11fI1l dolt down thmatte t squirrel from Uio tHlIcfiI tOO in aittonic I tan 1 w wood plow OP do 11 I much of any kind of farm ort its aft v boy I have v jMr KilUbrew IB ourUilnly HUmotlnag unusual lIt dmrt not look to bo ovr In years old The heel in the World Wo believe Clinuitxfnaturf Cough I Romany In tho best iiMtho worldrA ftiw weeks ago vo snironHl with a w verei vltl and n troublesbma cough sail having read thoir advorttsomcint our own and other papers W0 pnrclnw ell n bottle to see if itvronld ofTtot tw It onrett before the bottle VM flora that- half used It is tho beat modicflpp out for coughs and colds Tho HqmTl An dereouvillo lu1l For sale by CovvKill Cowgill Hicknmu and A M Shaw State Line drngKists JAs1V TAPP of WlobKnjWan one Is n cnndtdnto for Congress and he la aomluoting hf8 cnuipHign tis lie Buys us Jeans wonld do h if he woe running for Ooagreaa A wnvo of chrlstinnlti la awcepinc over the Stnte nud although till e Democrats nud Republicans linvo combined to dufent him hie oleo lion is regarded as u ooMnlnty d I 1 i l i 1 if 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