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aspect was picked op nu the street Friday by Dr Alexander and sent to the pest house There U now only two cmet of ftinftllppxm tin city anil both or them are acgrocn- HlckmanH bu innw wen have the publignoLarropthagwhoa you bctow your jmtroimpi Thy dcgrynIt- v The rnilrond wigtneervi rngnged the post week in oveml new linm lor an nxlennion of the toad to the dcator in Went Hickmau completed tJuir work Tnarda is believed that the line through Sleepy Hollow Md beck ofI the J O Berne p ace will ho HdopUnl cornpletufile17 t w i9 Tim new kiwing bug terror ivnicM from Mexico and Dr L O Howard ohief of tho Division uf Kntu urology in tho department of Agrirul ture will soon arrive In thin vuuntry Its unpronouneablo name imwvt blood tucking gcroux cono nose end iU bitr i danl The Mnylleld Woolon Mills Com any of Mayllold ICy tare rented anew building nt Ffftwnth and Olive Htretit in BU Louis and arn tnovine their plant to that oily which will bo the main hcaduarton They will still up crate u tow handx in Mayflold nt pros tint but will eventually mow nil to St Louts Tho Confederate toldloni of Ubion County are called to moot in the court hone In Union City on the tint Mou day In May nt 11 u tn Every Confer onto in the county whether a mnm her of guy Bivouac camp or not in rniuent ed to be present and give in their nuuicsI if they ne lro to attend the grand ro union in Loin iUo May ao to Juno U The linn of Letlford A JloKtr+ hd brew dii olved Mr Itogen retiring and Mr Lcdford continuing busincow at the present ftUind MrItogoreUncle Jet popuinri nnd many old friends hope to mo him hack in tho bunlnom sane Mr P C Ward has bought the llnnV Intartwt In tho Huh business Mftyfleld Mouton r Mr W K Redo farmer of the Clear o tho county informs tho Monitor that ho raw a boiled buzzard on his farm a few days ago Ho was within n short distance of tho bird and had a good look at tho boll which seemed to bo of bran and very small Ho also hoard its tinkle Mr teed u anxious to kuow who put tho bell on tho buzzard and whore and when and hopes that this will roach tho eye of someone who cat give him tho desired information A meeting wan hold nt tho Mayors ofllco Monday night to tnltostciw toward hiduolng tho Illinois CentralI Railroad1 Company to invcritlgato tho advantages of inunlng their proixjscd now lino to OantthcrHvillo A committee was iwintcd to confer with tho officials upI if tlOSldbl to got thom to make n survo from this place and compare it with th Dyereburg survey Thom is no doubt buSjvhat this is tho best route as wo think will be shown when tho survey Iis made A strong effort will bo mado by our wideawake citizens to secure tho road Obion Chronicle Oblon Democrat 18th lust On last Friday at the homo of Mr and Mrs P W Kolscr on Oibbs street tho formers birthday was celebrated in a very delightful manner Dinner was an nounced at 1 oclock and the following gathered about tho table to partake of tho excellent feast prepared under tho direction of Mws Mary Koiscrt Mr t and Mrs F W Keiaer Jno P Keiser wife anti two children of Osceola Ark j Jan P Kcisef nUll little daughter ot Little Rook Ark D A Luten will and three children of Moscow Mr and Mrs Henry T Emerson of Ilickmnn i nud Mr and Mrs U Loslio Kuiluuor i Misses Ivor Maude Irouo and Ma ry Keu cr ana Mrs Juo IJush aud daughter of Keatou mminmmmmmmmmmmIJJ r E Clothing tkOur tSI1 justify tho tre tmmduiM Wlid9ntt91i ivVfOmt k r lf tJ jIO OO Suits lr t It J atnnot ice dupltoatcdi- otsovKtr tlltlt grit tty and vnrlety tIttlc J- E r ions tnits j Wtn 71 anoyVtste S JI Latost fcmtlc Gents rtvfio tlro uplOdnto drewow Pricoa G OO and Q Tbe i alur kind 1f 1 up per alks- tllj ncyY StSeLatest flit hi luay+ Vete ever known = tto f ant AV huvotboin nt eO 1ft frct oatat curt PaataSnlU r 08ttntq4t M1 hlng outnil Wool OiUjsnneroH light olon beuasorely taUol only etG- oinbS re Coats 1 r E rHfioaw nod Vesta and Orah Waite In Jf08t dtlIlmhlf variety J t nv fIflts r iff tr We hero jacb pwu airplay Tlio lute Is nt Newel fotraws E iE ftIS1 1 leer itoAre lave we allt p utthj lotpfu PAItCY Novelty SJitrliejlue1 =t- J ifu li Siispcndcrs J- Arttitic tIly now hence and il imingto ail troal lNriI I iu Marshals Taxes 1rt On Monday Mnj Hth 1000 it beingt tho flrt day of Miy term of the Pul i County Court at court kouso door in Htoknmn I will sell to tit hlglut bidder Oalh tuxes dueI r tiro city of lIIekmnn sad OMt of satlu the following daaorUml rml wtnto as mttod In the name of Uio following ties towi- tf00 IB added in unoh OHBO ouyGc Brown Mrs A M block 1 B II Xos 15 to 51710i to lit to 221 block i B to 177 to to 101 211 to 227 223 to I block f B H1fl8100 block 0 K II to SOWi Brown J R Q A Nos III to OS nnf8LS O Curlin Both U11 34 and fc of lot 23 tWiJW- Knoorr Mrs Mary H II blook 2 Noa 83 to 85 10i 41700 Taylor Vic M J W II 70 C18 Taylor Will W IL south H of Nos 70 and 80 W18- Woiinor J P 0 A Nos 22 to27 204 Webb floury E lit block G 181 4m- Wobb A O E H lilock O 185 4m ICOLORHD 68 to CO 633t Carter Amy A ra mid 80 SO Hanna CnHHio W H of No SO 280 Laudordale George G A Nos 101 to W42- Lindor Gary B HM block n Nos 1Go Rubo licks E H block 3510 C 3X of and 8003- Plummet B II block 0 Nos 210 to 218 077 Pratt W G A New and C03 Rhodes H G A Nag 33 HO 37 GDS Uhlls Lydia E II block 3 Nos and 357- t Wiloy Cy B II blk 3 Nw JM1 Yates Qeo IJ Ii block 2 520 United Brothers of Friendship E H block 2 Nos 99 and 1790 TOM DILLON JR City Marshal A Horrible Outbreak COt largo sores oumy halo daughters head dovolopcd into n of weald head If writes O D Isboll of Morgan Teiin but Bnculous Arnica Salvo completely cured her Its a gnaruu toed onto Eczema Salt rheum Tet ter Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Ony 2Gc nt drug stores Opt U I Millinery S ti rdeciug onr0pc aaap pro i tioniicc d ee to h toftons Tko aufrocea fair rominittlty attest s of our y anibtttorto hn a to be- hogroatust 3pt ever seen in our little rltyf 4 Aud the end U j OurMiltigerypxtrthelpere ire v farl a hOnrii turning tosty on now orders al1Lco the E- Thde t v bail t Ifats latest and bull 1aarr sell hiR font Wo cordially lad icu hnvo I t01Dcpnrtnlcnt c Ilillluery High grade MUll Pup a 1 a r Erices help rut I t SILt Wtis I I I1uiatomt nail best T cylrsa antire2 mablp prt lowM iti TOu touti Qpality superior v time bvtiunTunorin city I I Wa ltDressi nf every mitt t neonplooqe you + J tLllOy J3c1tss now 1ithhoor t ICs how slid w make auy trdtedx tn any I pti 1 betred IiIi up to lit i i s you in New pttt Ae t largp r t1ttrietva t v bin- sou iii ieiiii C feet wnrt rpltt li 4 tail floors Patterns rich and i Floor ltd Clothe Itpvariety t L P E uiuiiamiuuuuuuuuuuuuiuuuuuuuiuuuiiumm Sale ViOUIl A ialor tilled Stnmlard Opinion organ of Bryan Damoomty In hiCAgl tDlaktillt nowewlmt startling iii in a doubJo column hood ling in i u j iosuo of April 7 first pious Kivw IIM I BIaIwhom it dariKuatoa an The Man of Hour whom every liberty loving Amr o to see notniiiHted pwi dont upon a jilaUonn that oounnant I support of every of onpiUilwUe as an greed Adjoining follows article with imirariolistic n ptetura double a column oTMr oDrrrl WORD TO MR BRYAN atjYour1 I Not Bid Enter J YourNominatiaHfoI President Conceded by Every Thinking Democrat the Country 1 You CHHtiot Elected tiers Convoudon Kcpchtlon of Your Jtcccul Nebraska Ilalform You Should Permit Tarty to Write n Dcclarntioit Upon Winch Democrats Unite Tim foregoing is sensible advice 1 than likely that Bryan I ittoI spite recent n ingly contrary character REVISED returns from Rhode Island show 5000 votes than lastyear while Gregory Republican Gov error 1100 behind Republican i vote of 1899 I FOR SALE Ono brood nearly a thor oughbrcd with young works Whore Also n 1 family horse years spring Bay black nearly 10 heads high well bredI perfectly gentle anybody drlvoi j Will or both cash or i credit M1 MODANIEL j State Lino r 10 r r roce 3- W antttO1Fr 111 ii ig111 Deh YOf 1 3talcs tt far ee te eve Brick vco to ocery suer Frh4i ii 1jr 3 r r- xc J Crea = eze i- sVxtcr Tis f aDoorSana Win t PS Cook Stercana Step RangesS I7too Fhtutoail iI Qulo Me- rlCOsolinc Sto1 OatIiiUtl r j Meal i j We want your trade r W s LISON D 7i iiuauuuai1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 A 1 i 1 laauuiuI R for the ton tho Kv for for purr for HIS IL 1CW 17J1 179 103 391 5H1 914 200 21W 2W 105 1BO No No 105 No No No MBT lOS 1S1 218 217 Ad 107 lOS 185 187 214 222 149 150 No 251 100 caso ton for all bu inct out out lice gii Ul TO MU JUt AN tho n I big Its the loan hop for will tho too nnd the A it is in Tint Do by Xn tho All Inn and is more Mr will seem moro for was the iino mare colt any No old this mgt and tail and can him sell one for 1 e ot O and rr itprll heft uVthoV 4t by tho Uiilfl States Su ltouhackynJ rfltorganfl Victory S ffUP1 Morgan won n swooping vio torjf ftvar Gar Johnson in Alabama tfprgtuisi for tree silver the acquisi tion aijd hording of the new territories but jinMuiporinlism and Gov Johnson is n t1Jdroorat ot tiro populist variety Hpvrpfrfc Senator Morgans towering nblihtotiuMl touch to do with his groat vtfiryV dujhodv Cim Bo n Hero whntIso and in fact so o- ffui4pybody Most anybody could ha 1J been n Cushiug or a Hobson and nnj nybody could havo made Jack Soit Yalloy campaign and in tact most anybody could bo n hero nnd n credit to the particular breed of people from iQlo sprang Tho thou htsnro call 8rtWmind by tho remarks of Ute von tutl1CI who aro inclined to regard DafrigJ as a very ordinary old sinner un der tjfti rulo of tho petticoat since no has ozpris cdII willinguosrf to accept the P jhlbjjratio nomination for Uio Prosii den i i 1 Another Railroad Project r =rt May field Mirror IUlnolsIwere yesterday to cotter thoI citizens gloat n road from Cairo to Sir mingham Ala They wero Messrs Garter ptrich and Garrett Thor say they represent capital willing to invest and their visit hero was to see tho town and ascertain the will of tho pcoplo in ret creuco to such a project They return cU homo well pleased with the prospect Tho War Over Pj poro for high I1 ouel und freight rates ou the river criterionuiortatlbn in tho future jlho river rate war Is ovor fNp more may wo have alto privilege ofjpraveling at cheaper rates thau we could board ut homo I F WHO IS GOVERNOR Now Up to United States Supreme Court Tho State courts have all declared iu favor of the Democrats m tho matter of tho Governorship All the papers are now before tho Su promo Court of tho United States iu Washington and tho lawyers on both stiles present for the argument It is not known when n decision can bo ex pouted The Republicans have objected to tho State courts decision because a majority of the Judges are Democrats and therefore the contention that their de cision is partisan On tho same reasoning tho Democrats can object to any adverse decision of tho Supreme Court of tho United States because a majority ot the Judges ore Republicans But after all is said and done tho courts must bo tho final arbiters Their do cision oven though partisan is better than war And tho decision of courts is not necessarily partisan because par tisan politicians so charge Entire Family Dies I Mayfield Democrat j There is hardly au Instance whero ono whole family dies within a few days hapIweek Esq Grant Colloy died of pneu monia and only a tow days later his wife also died of pneumonia and lust Monday their foar year old child died of tho same disease Tho child was tho last member of tho family Quarterly sting The second Quarterly Meeting for Hickman station will bo hold at the Methodist Church tomorrow and Sun day All the Stewards are requested to moot at tho church tomorrow night at 780 oclock to attend to tho business of tho Conference Let each Steward make full report 3E FUQuA Pres Mu EnrronPermit us through tho columns of tho Courier to our sincere appreciation and thanto our friends and neighbors for Choir loving help and babyEOCENE iOEBELS ASSASSD S t TEN St WOICTEI f tJt j117Zho Yrix k y a- DinMaat rMrt4J Jlthis aftcrnoee yo t Ii gliteftp-j P itlt pll i1rdcr CMbeliyhe t A arart Ilepry LTouI JlrahHowarb yard l arlaadtilllt67e r- kker andTiIIDkdCoeik4 I4 j T ktdc4e4 aueceoeiui bsiaea tIM hat are Seere4ry of l akdhimwl pt ia I 7f1tI Geideo Iii lhf 3ndlc4aleM4 t isttDrr 1 t t li iged accetaod tli trt- Iva fi rrtJy marred tQ88 NeoetVLDO imlfchMnt weed rrlteeled 4333 the4 Tl o86y tore Oev W i T4tylorJGee redden e CL Y- fOiil J MdcJtswe reptx4ol at brit erngea ttL Yujrlr A7 rr- le ie tlone4 as Uii U prineibci itI 1 1 a clerk In the anuci fit SWU r Bweewcy Yogi e f WN j4tflliI cotnl the eby Wb it CWdcn t eAwrwitni lortJsf kt1 the petN iniag trial of Cf4 Powtn 2her aiBetty HOjf Hliire cpuwoa aod ItnoIB ondectio wftk- tr1doari1 jFhet a They were xrtk lie men alfedgcd to hate here Mn fciiMffiy f 1rt 18 wia lr itJtrrs fl 1- 1Ii 6Je FI7 LLipriltbd Tlt I4- elkdge I fJ loharIIitJoo in w J tinediteas 71telttComiwthtnegeolived hi Boat t tyTilto and Hbo caiHd hero with the m0tintsnmen Ciiteb Powers ia tho republican contcstco for ffecre try of State and John L Powers another of the des fctidanlH nsiiacd BJI an oc f brother Oharjen Finky waslecretary EepitblicanAjiniujelration isinfore the warrant cluhintwith M II 1 Cu1atonRasatoa Ii ilitclr 8rrenney WurtooOiWtu i 1 r lL N 3 lior Ito w clanto tIC t Hide facts relating to the alledged con M enoughDemocraticpublicans a majority It Is stated the Commonwealth will at once nollo thet4indictment of Golden in consideration of his testimony DEWEYS CANDIDACY About the Facts of It t Prom Louisville Couticr Journal j j Says tho Buffalo Express urgIngenthusiasm Now that Dewey has an nounced himself Mr Watterson makes haste to say ho will support Bryan Are all of tho numerous requests which Dew prCRldcntin This is u good illustration not merely of n certain confusion of mind in the average newspaper but of the lack of continuity of thought that marks the average writer in treating of things past present and to como Considerably more than a year ago tho CourierJour nal was not urging Dewey for tho Pres idency with great enthusiasm but it was representing to the Democratic lead ON thdadvisability of turning to Dewey ns an available candidate as the Whigs turned to Taylor in 1818 and tho Repub licans turned to Grant in 16G3 Tho aug gestion camo to naught Dewey made haste to declare that ho would not have it Tho Democrats mado haste to do claro that they would not have it Thence forward it became perfectly clear thatSthere would bo no serious opposition to Mr Bryan and from that day to this tho CourierJournal tans repeatedly said as much accepting tho case as mado up and rejecting all other suggestions asii puerile and futile Tho recent outgiving of tho good Admiral would bo laughable if it were not pathetic and will play no part upon tho political checkerboard If two years ago ho had listened to the overtures that wero made to him tho case would have been different for behind thoso overtures thorn was abun Jdant backing of tho most powerful kind But now it is two years too late and tho field mado up thero U neither op portunity nor room for another entry That is tho sum and substance of it Nor any discredit to the groat Admiral either nor tho detraction of ono petal front his vellwou laurels Services nt tho O P Church Sun clay by A S Dabnoy SPEAKER SOUTH TIUMULE cf tho low er house of tho Kentucky legislature is a candidate for congress in tho Seventh district to succeed Hon Juno Gaylo elected to succeed lIon Evan Settle deceased Mr Trimble is n youtfg man strongfollowing I i it 1 f tW i iII tr 1 1IiIit Hiclcman Courier la r GEOnOK WAUUEV Iubllthvr f ablMAN r t KENTUCKY r CURRENT TOPICS Arizona has something like 100000 population IL J Sugar Ian sugar planter of Monroe Ala- In the Hock of Gibraltar there n 70 miles of tunnels- Starnmertrlg Is practically unknown among unaivilizid people i Mobiles summer yellow fever qua I antlnc went into effect April 1 Ixla the flower of the veldt is now fashionable In London fInPhiladelphia recently C79 snloou licenses were granted In seven dos About 1003 servant ore attach to the royal household Urclt urit uln I w The occupants o a Iplloon a mile ulnetyaliuileslx iulksThe cntnrtntnmcnt of ro aUy costs British society oath year fully 1 2 000000 +Tobacco Is now ralxi71 In County Jloath Ireland where it grows lux p urlantlyo1r 1 The numljicr of lunguagea and dini leflts Spoken in tie world to 3064 i The great +vcultJi that ics in th quarries of Sweden is at list being f developedf f years ago t U liocnt had iin their pay 12 German ofliccrs 40 French and 40 JJuskluns I Leather money was in circulation q Sn Russia as recent as the time of I j Peter the Great 1 I Tcplitz a small watering nlacc iin I IlohCmia olalins tIe honor of being I Gen Cronjos birthplace Dry guncotlon will burn slowly without explosion Wtat gimcoton explodes with tcrriCc fort The Abysslnlnn warriors always e honor fluiir king by a band escort of JfS trumpets whcrovcj he- R gvcs In the process of this m inufaciiiref f cordite the constituents cue thor to ChoughlyIndian rubber nxlt for ty e Is pluccs Mhcrc ordinary nails are liable t corrosion arc a German novelty thAustriaBelgium two Threat Britain three andbri the United States seven or eightluI I Though Fpain iin as agricultural j thcountrythan 13000000 worth of gran i iItI takes A span of fiftyfjur oxen tothe move Loug Tom the 47 Inch gun be of the Britiih naval brigade iJon10Ior of Walton N YM udvcr second wife who will Lur clothesItJhhms have founileil in China n N trwJtliwdtlMpaj The Sow Country The first number came out several days ago Tho taper hUB found in t Iliixsia devoted and numerous sup portwr Them are eleven millionulres In the Fcnnte Senator Keam of Xcw Jersey folloivx Senator Clark In rank ofr wealth and is wtinmtud to bo worth + 10000000 which yields hrm laUy about 2000 I rof heal of toIle United Stater department of ngrfoulturc cfilcnlutcr that one specie of glarrowtit tree sparrow destroys HT5 tons ol various wettl seeds In Kcvon mon1hlb in1 Iowa alone- Ovorono hundred families of Pin jI milt people ailed from Liverpool not 1 1longago to seek homes in Canaelaf This makes Aver 2iOO Finns carried+ to Canada by one steamship line with in ten months n It IB reported that 30000 people Itjl Frankforton the alno are suffering from influenza Thero line beenII many deaths from the disease huretJ seareweather in Frankfort every ll1tertA meteor of phenomenal size fell iInIIIho valley of Georgia In the YnrlIf 1 time Alps The light it caused hi fall hugwan KO strong that the peasants hflliuvcil the village was on lire whilst 11 the noiso resembled a cannon shotIIIn n recent lecture ou the enunibals of North Australia RIVCII by Dr Carll llts+ ujnlioz in New York he denlgaiut- ethat country as the land of coti if traits where women lire tvUbout beauty birds without song flowers Ir without frgrance nnd where dogs do cot b3rJctIt aidecte In Sew York The little spade whichl lookH like silver although It is notr has n little bit of ribbon by lllohr It can bo attauhcd to the button hat The spades were inade In honor Clo 1Iheboglnnlnjy of News York mlldIjI- j transit tunnelMt John W Gates chairman of the 7iteeland wire trust began life in a t country store in on Illinois village tad at the time of his marrigc wasa 1 1ellMllng 20 n week ns clerk ro duy I 9m wealth Is estimated at from 15 00000 to 20000000 and the comb 1Dotlonapltalize ot 530000000 i t The socialist party of Mime huuf aorrlnuttd candidates for overnort Dresldentlal elevtorit and co tgrtssnlr 1intwo districtsi of the slutSlM J A sheU fish known as the psalm t In the Mediterranean has the ouriouu- c It power of spinning a Iseld silk whiled K made In Italy into regular fabricJThere are now upwards of 400 rn- I rotgreat sail carriers In the Unitcl States ant luring the year just closed they ear r t oed close to 19000000 pieces of mall Jr I A largo Icicle felt from the roof of t mill In Wlnooskl Vt to a oof un t ferncnth nnd went thro gh to the foor naslilnr eterythJpg in Its pat h tLt i + TIlE RESUEBECTION Dr TalmagcsEastcr Sermon Ring All the Bells of Gladness Hloonilnic Kloirerm Kiublrinnlle InrmilUc Olll Olcbrnte tile lluntluK utoMJrUlsToinb A SrUh of llrjolvlnir tCopyright 1900 5y LoUis IClopsch i reThix sermon of Dr Tnlniuge tit ill the bells of gladness especially nla1 proprlute at this bcnson when n IlItChristendom is celebrating Christ ttrhe garden Anewsepuluhrr- rn Looking around the churches th morning seeing flowers In wreaths an Cowers lu slurs and flowers Ih crfutQK and flowers In crowns billows beauty conJlugratlon of beauty you cdeel us if you stood in U mull Heaven Ynu say these flowers will fade Yt but Wrhups you may err them uguln They may be immortal The fragrance of the flower may tvflw spirit of the flower the bpdy of the tlowcrdylugoii earth its spirit may appear iu betty worlds 1 do not suy IIt will be so Jsay it may be so The ancestors of those tube floss and camelias and japonloas and smlnes and heliotropes were born In paradise These apostles of beauty come down in tho regular lino of apos otolls succession Their ancestors du ing the flood underground afterward appeared erho world started with Eden It vilI l end with Eden Heaven is culled a pan ndisc of God Paradise means flowers Miile theological geniuses In this day are trying to blot out everything ma terial from their Idea of Heaven and r so far us I can tell their future Is to be afloatlng around eamctnce- tweenbe the Great Bear and Cassiopeia I should not be surprised If at has can pick up a daisy on the everlasting illls and hear it say I am one of the glorified flowers of arth Dont yon remember me 1 worshiped with you on Easter morning in 1900mMy ted introduces us Into a garden It IB a manor in the suburbs of Jerusa lem owned bya wealthy gentleman by the name of Joseph He belonged the court of 70 who had condemned rist blltbe had voted Iu the negative or belng a timid man had tobetaken At great expense be laid out e garden It being a hot climate I ppose there were trees broad anched and there were paths wind g under these trees and here anti ere were waters dripping down ovr rocks Into fish ponds and there re vines and flowers blooming from wall nail all around the beauties akiosk nnd aboriculture After the fatigues of the Jerusalem courtroom how refreshing to come Into this ban retreat botanical and teal bllloldromemart of the sculptors chisel 1 come nearer and I find there Is a subter ranean recess I come down the mnr ble step And I come ton pprtlro ortr llich there Is an architrave by the ohlsel cut into representations of fruits soil flowers I enter the port y1 U either side fliurc are rooms two or four or six rooms of rock tho wan of these rooms having niches rash niche boIlJHerewealthy of sculpture l Tho tart Is that Joseph realizes he cannot always walk this garden and has provided this place for hula last Iledumber Oh what a beautiful spot I whtelr to walt for the coming of the rcfiurrcctlon I Mark well this tarn 1 it ls be the most oclcbrutod tomb l Kgypttorrtl siothingbeen murdered and Ills body will be thrown to the dogs nnd the rayon other cruolOeJ bodies unless there prompt and cfllcleiit hindrance Jo pia the owner of this mausoleum fIn rocks Lego fur tLe body of Christ washes the poor mutilated frame om tIle dust and blood shrouds It and perfumes It I think that regular embalmment a was omitted When in the olden time body was to be embalmed the priest with some pretension of medlcil skillf ould point out the place between the dahe incision tau lost he be slain for a violation of the loud Then the other priests would come with salt of niter cassia and wine of balm tree ml complete the embalmment Hut 1 frraChrist was omitted It would have another contention and another 1rervnte I think Joseph the owner of the maw om NlcodemiiK the wealthy munch q It brought the xplctw nail the two h arys 10 organ dirge no plumes no catafalque Heavy burden for two I men as they carry Christs body down tho marble stairs and into the portico lift the dead weight to the level of the niche in the rock and push the body of Christ Into the only pleasant resting p it ever tad Cooling forth rom hl the portico they close the door of rook n the recess tl TIle government afraid that the din nnnsteal 1 play resurrection order the seal of the fttheseaslbbC government of the United States or- ircat Britain to be followed with aud1 Antonio is dc tolled to stand guard IttakesIIIforalItlSwqr1f stfel Angvl ifgalnst niJIIliry anal of letter was ever moMi tisvbroken than that tlll1 of lira santedriui on the door of tits tomb rIll tlrud thqrockhS s to morn in Its shroudatluellnsu cI down upon the pavement mptf out of the portico appcnre in the loorwuI IIitt steps Having left mortuary ntt ire behind Ilttlall cpnirs forth in workmans garb ow ltake iif from the tact that the uomcri inlMook Him for the gardener JThat day the grave ncet t1Utl rehuUER l the masonry c n hover niend it Forever nndlfqretrrI IIs a broken tomb Datli taking sirewlth the military in thahi rr celt 111 terrible cut from jjignngcis Ipeur of flame so that he hlmt lfslia tdIie king of terrors retiring Before HiI King of Grace Tho Lorli riseu1 fLet oarth and Heaven keep Kaster t day Hosunna lisservatis n whllo standing n garden vvlth a new sepulcher And fl1I05tt m tern honors In contrast with ante mOl tern Ignominies if they coilld Kara forded Christ such n costly sepuloirr rwhy could not they have given Hin nn earthly rotildenccV Will they glvcthis pleco of marble to u daud Jhrlnt iin J1inItSIIIII I i value of that louib toinnkeChrfst tOnl I I lwrrgun111m herIbetter afd r He was dead Westminster abbey ami monumental Greenwood ore th1 worlds attempt to atone Uy honor to the dead for wrongs to the llrfn 1oets corner In Westminster ebb sufferingsro of cornert in hand the great muslclon from whose au tile you hour today1 but while Ilook at his statue I cannot help tent the ot the discords with which his fitfew tried to destroy hIm There is tin tomb of John Dryden n beaut laclpbllttJa1ugiris bring oppressed in fortune and of the contract that he had just made aixpeneeonethe a monument of Samuel Butler the au thor of Hndlbrns but while Il1 oo at his monument in Poets corner I tiLedInr tablet in the Poets corner tLc ccstV cclebaavJWnllerI maser John Milton has just Iran edi tedious poem on the fall of man If the length of It be no virtue It I an rdbIligiie i umont for a mutton chop rJlt Oh you tau Jlul children do notltJ 1 tonaIJltnRluaUaI more bedroom If lye per ccft ofr the money wo now spend on Jnrn lrndtdIn anrleU with the drudgery of n Ibxei man Horace Oreeley out elDaar r abused while living when dftift Ie fOII + pewIdeal itymen army naT Jtlscaehuetr tries to star at th r grave of Charier Sumner fry the r tiomlRioiM reaofttioRs with tJlrkoh JI rr rrdI I r 1 slot Do you think that thin tomb it C bbu lot Oh do justice to the livTiug All the justice you do them you mutt do this de the gates of the Necropolis Thrr causal 8kuj to count the number of carriages at the obcqtiicfl or to gratol1efrl lion Gentleman mausoleum In the suburbs of Jerusalem cannot pay for Bethlehem manger anti Calvarran i JudlciarItostor JAgainthe sepulcher I um Impressed with IelhlJdecoration tfploctmong flowers and sculptural adorn 1HlBI cannot understand what I nom ti Hidobsequies are announced und t- iends I r nay In connection with 1 It fmooull1 n low strew the casket with flowers the henrse with flower the grave I with flowers Put them on tho brow W will siiggwt coronation In thirfJ SrCbrlltSr j tad enough anyhow Let conservatory soil arboretum contribute to its al leviatlon The hurobull will ring the 1 victory the passion flower willr willillll wilthe k I I child M JiPutl fteanhr rsalf On sunshiny days pluck takr1 thlnlffi SheartI llUHthug IuJfmtat Auburn nor PhllollclJI111 Ii ISprings Lone Mountain lint what slush We i 1 of those country grnvcynrU withvlneK and broken tire down and the slob a i thwt url trIO I UlIJro r til lifX hi IUIII I cattle Indeed were your father unci mother of so little worth that you can not afford to tti ocare of their asho Somo day turn out all hnnda a nisii straighten the slab and bunk up the mound and cut away the weeds u plant the shrubs and flowers borne dui you will want to lie down to your loaf slumber You cannot er poet any rctipcct for your bones If y lUl have no deference for tho bones of your niicehtry Do you think Ihrscreli are of Io Importance You will see of how much importance they are In Ii- III day when the archangel takes out his trumpet Turn all your cemeteries into gardens 1Jnlhratandinglnthlagurdettol11d new sepulcher I atfi Impressed th the dignity of private soil unprotru- I I h ing obsequies Joseph wits mourner sexton liveryr miiu had torts charge of everything Only four people ut the burls of the King of tire Universe Oh let this be condolatory to those who through la- u l UlNlnll or through look nr oequoilit anee have but little demonstration of grief at tire grotto of their loved onraasLung line iif glittering equipage two xttow of sliver handle casket of rich Qst wood pallbearers gloved and warfcil ort not necessary If there be six at the grow Christ looks dotvnof from HeavuB and renmrabers that If two morn than were ut HIobae eNttyNot recognizing this Idea how many munll properties are scattered ul- I I dml widow hoatl and orphanage go forth I iInto coM ehnrltyl Thtt departed left it miMll properly which would have been enourhl 10 keep the family iifIII gtthtr until tllr tollld tlllicart ut I themselves but tire funeral ttspenses I absorbed everything That went iorsp crepe whleh ought to hove gone f bread A man of moderate means cu 1 hardly afford to die Iu pay of thegnatI cities By all mcnu do honor to th deported but do not consider lunar1 pugeaat as necessary No one was ever rlmore lovingly cud tenderly put may 1 to sepulcher than Christ our Lord but there were only tour people In the pro thnkAgain standing In this garden lthII a new seniileher I am Impressed with the tall that you cannot keep the dead down Seal of anhfdrin company of 101e dlers frost the tuner of Antoula floor of rock teat of rook walls of cork door ouf rock cannot + keep ihrlM in the erypts Came out and come up lie wart Come out knd fos o upI He iW Preflgtirotlen First trite ofthem that slept Jarltof as certainly as we Curse down into tlitt ilust just so eerlalnly we will come tip again Thowgh all the granite of lbwmountains were jilted OH us we will the Tbongh boned aMid the corals of the deepest ravcrn of the Atlantic ocean we will come to the mrface- Uith these eye we may not leak fat D the tore of the noonday sun list we Khali have stronger vision because heetary tamest thing In the land to whtah vBJLjyJU Us er than the run Wo fiiJJI8fe boos wIth the speed of the 11 bluing Our bodl Jmprorvd rar gued swift encd clarified mortality Immortality The door of the grave taken off its hinges and flung flat inte the dtOil my br thrn dmtk asA the grave re not so much an they wed to tie for white wandering In this garden vdth the new Kejmtvher I lind that the VIIIM sad lower alike garden Jut eompfetely covered up the tomb In Btend of one garden there are tour gnr cTflUB upunlng into rorh other frden of fide groins of the worlds rep oboe garden of tr earths rcgvnera tins garden of Heaven Four gardont Bloom 0 earth Illoum 0 linrtanagJattiuffJ Interpret It right manna Jajj + tilk1 tnoanM peace with Heaven and Itfalrlfli UH peace with all the world j Oil bring more flowers Wreathe iliom around the brazen throat of thoti rhemar sots Into the mane of the returned JwSr charger No more red dahlus of human blood Give us white lilies of lance Ill around the earth afrovvlnlua Disaster flowers And soon tho roughJI rayugu of the church militant will bod ndcd and sire will tall up the hnrllot rancrrd with many A conI trot but the flag of triumph 11011 tlngt her topgallants All Heaven wI IlNonine out to greet her Into port and Ith a 1long reverberating shout grr flyelcpinc will say There she comes abtJl11onl1Itrnmihor within the veil 1Vnrrlorbr j fJdho riilrt Is made of rings every Og from n piece of steel situ 1 QllW long and about nue xlxtemtt ISton Inch Jhlek The ends of 9pao of wire urn flattened out ho H ffifro punehid through them one end is yAchcd ou to the other nnd they u ruslnrr ttgnad together by a small rte + a ring connects tour others T J torydiffers MJinowhaJ in thlchncwi lcalgn Kccmlngly KO as Ilo liLhUll another but from mntcrlalof Hjljforni thlckncsa running short InA iuftt whcro the rings ore tree t li W tpgother they are worn IIyW bUllllboft p thicknesses of tad leather alt 1Ynp1I tht atauk worn formerly lu oftrn 1J It Is 2 incites high und o- tttiuutafdc is decorated with orna Qtnl lines like tooling mode by n Notes DUel QucdeIII Urra Slur 1liolOKrnRH I U the Allbgliony observatory r fitly 1rof Wndsworlh nude n IhoUI 1rupli on u curved plntcjncliijllng wholo constellation of Orion andIn aSjuccnt reglona of the sky covering tegrtcaI1JI j IIIQiJIlRHtnrs whoso poalllotis elm be nice or FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS EtrnlftI 5enutlido i agreedtnkn1 MI H Quayv senator from 1enne l A14n1uI Parks lllund the lend ulntesmmi rnrnettnrcRand eloquence I appropriationICpONltllIlIIbMtnlltlllll as reportedJ Mr Corliss mnintnlncd that govern tnunt distributions Invaded prlvntu llelds of eiitcrprUv mil varloiiH trilled titter extendwll Unrudntn WUIC ode ltd In- I hulII Itthill axuerl by the agricultural de partmentWnHlngtnn April 1lNonnt1 Th Paoiflc cable bill was passed It tip propriaten 3000000 for the ooiistnu Ion by tho navy department of n Ialulu3 11111101110tlonllunlly passed It nutrias nearly toooooo Housn All the sriinlo aniendmenU to till Porto lllean bill went agreed to and tho niensura aortal by n rotr III to 143 It provide for Ihe hlpments of all good tram Porto freteNI I I n earl ui rtnln fund tuffs from Hr United Slntes ono entry Porto Itfr tho same hrmK ah other unyfRlia duty of IS per cent Yushlngton April 12 srantr1f- fort n e wits made to dUplnw the Philh Ipplno Mil nod nbtltuu tin Nlcn rngwan onnnl hilL ft wnn deftmtinl1 14 lu Tt Most of the npiwlon WWK taken In ilMniNtlng tilt Quay roan I urIluu oCho Hrerelary of till treaK dnl iHiKltories in Porto Itteo uubn andI for tho de Kraft of arrnunrntundo Ctl1 l n NInloe l l Unltnl States Th Inwwan tII ratestor tailors of the Spanish war evoti ough they marrlml confederate rut 11Jt Wnshlngton Audi t3rfieROtru t In ataalan ltoaarflyrule of 840 to It A reM Rt1oR urea atlollfNI providing for Iler of United Stoma senators lty direct vou of the pwiple The tort of the clay wan tovnt l to nrlvtito IJKJH 1t lou MIU U lx4Hg I surd WaahlMgtHH Ajtrll 11lSrNttlrl- utiyo the iMMWgfi uI SX rirU lrryl d dim Irlllu Mtd MtHM tftmeral aleasflera minor Ito lartatttre ik innMtr JJknitl eramHi for solar Utar but Ina- ent acct Ilonx After mi hour of rmiKsHi ha haslarrr tho h HtM divn Ml iu MMJIHI s to hraring rNlegtr on lUr lot low OHwr P Morten of ItNlUwi In COM nertlmt with The Hrcrptawrt of kl rtAlaa rvhisln hoe be Ilsrrel I la Mat hull lit lira allIdtot bv ihr tAl v erellwaWMMHtftoH AIe1410 Itrpaatw1- Irrli rK vimntrUN 1hrMMewdMrnt fMwrtMmg for fiat mining ol Hfcl llonX Ikf Mach In ihr tit i1lullhlt1 HOMM t leIof the halnpmiri tioii hill wu Itrirnn wltfc c b- beerl r Jurueartt ul s IM + rr drnaulr a pial1It1injfyrarlIskiraI I I HIM trt unrvrj T M billI rarrlr ttI iivoww mnrr S kiss ast r iirrvhtiiH iiatnl bill IOWAalgCanddrrnbteItiiUlim of One MII0 Vvnr 1I rjllaw onr IL AflHl IT A lorHMlo rotwkttnilik fieMMV In the north ut town nompktrly wrprhlntr For JobiiBoni brick ynnl All of hu ltDlsj rural eribw Anti wind ml IN were 1011 In s hI In the inlchlir of his JIM stock Nas riMiiMrrubly ill jured by filing mUptKn rind lik hoax wns rtMiiovml froMi tint foiiiHlatloH rJm rtwtlitnura of lark 1ltllrrI not Cran Wiro fllnltt wrxrkft In tine wim miriouly Injuritl All Ili r WIM done within a null UK of txRSblrrRhlnr ilumnifc dour to other projiorty tin destruction of suntll biilldlliKii etc riiiorts barn bran rceelvuil from the country hilt It is not I IhAttht any eet dnuulgn wax Bono thorn Ilnaka Ilprn far Inepton New York April 17hrxltar Lnw trot In hut rtipromo snort grnnttHl the opplluullou of MmJ lolmmm Jlolfchiiiaujt widow of tho Into Mnx IJJllolllCIIIllIlIlI dlhto W tlrIrer 1 n for UH Hccouiitliig of the bmrluese I 1 tWO u btu her husbniul dlvd 1VuodIDSari Ilernnrdliio Pal April 170I4- dollh Wood Is dead of hwirt dlKonnc e conic to tins city a few yours ago from Cincinnati O nod organized the Head UcHawoIr Co to store 11oe formerly prortilimt nod direct out r tho bonnl of trade of Cliilnmtli a prominent mini in business uf citytr llnnliir Cole IlenilN GulHr lloHton April IS Charles H C 1 former prcnldpnt of the Olobc nation Lank undo indictment for iniboz xluiuunt juul inlsapjilfcation of the Satcin the milted States district court KJiitcnco Avlll bi pronounml1 t cr I SlililoililN of Santa St lohiis N P April 1Ghr seal g sleunwH Term Nova with S700C al in rural AVnlrtiB with lliOOO seal rnetururd front the Jet flihls Both chips ore heavily laden ITroubles Springylre TiijkT iiuioiH KKKUMO bail taste 1111IrappeleNo matter burr oaroful you are shout vntlngcvcrythlng take into your stomach turns sour onuses ills trees pulse and unpleamint goose IfDont you understand what those mptulusalgual of dUtnuut mcun They nro the cries of lira Moinnoh ItII digestive strength to be found oi V In HOODS SARSAPARILLAii The brat stoiimob ami blood color udice known to tho medical pnifcMlon- il pro combined In the nicdtolne and telllnlitAmedlcino fur all stomaeh troubles ever yet dlMovorcd 1 Wagner In IIU ulr unateliedo i ftMlMljri i t rt4WirW beteiron i yy Mnjton all a rMfo li AIIp Iue ia 111and tileD rite wt J W3 to lbtt n IlMtUl U ItI 1lloP Ix I rlrraIu tI I3ldlt a ttr i 1 fIIp 1r 1tilln Ifr liar 11roarkira alai lkrnl lItIfjIgJJ r Iu assentM I I 1M wtAtva0MainaCIa 3atRyOar ufTbrtn T Mk htn mad the giveyWfeuerrIm flatan sbretrt slf4 bfsnr MM i tdla i sarnr Cllr Ataela tw Bt iaiifwttoleCwt w w W = altlrabnills t ACftt c itSIt IIa+l llsutra iG fly1rUprAtt1 InTJtMtaIiIgM talllt Y r Dtt11 Iwo wI blest 9wtWOnJanSlJ Refugewhon r Plnkhams Vogotablm OomJloulfil No other mettfofno In tfio world has ions so much oode No confdonc has over vlofatecZ- Ko 1 womans fostfmenfaJ byMrs a fOOlnlfHJrMl lllolf No womm ever wool to Mrs ffnhhmm for olivine without gmtttoff hslJpr NoJelletsrrLYIlIfMyou olin toll hor thm truth No living psrson Is sooompmtmnt to ailvism women Nona has had SlIOh exJwrlstfosr She has raatorail a mil lion sufferers to health You oan trusther Others LjdiA E PInkham Mexi fa Lynn care Palmers Lotion e CURESPIMPLESl PIMPLESRED SPOTSECZEMA CANKER SORE EYELIDS BRUISES BURNS tad all other skin trouble Uu Lotion Soap la all CAMS A iIeprtDfnequsllI guld irprtsstloo Many twkllo+cr of H IRES1I Hr eprlnrtonlarndtorawmnwrtltfrur Ir prnlafn1 R rr Id11- Cbarkr Jo Rlrce ee- IJ Maher i If IJi 1 THE KENTUCKY CASES I Attorneys for Taylor and Bcckhai Garry Them to Supreme Court Tl r otirt Advnnccd Iii fnr to II llenril un llu tOlliHncli aide Olten lsur Hour fur Aruiiiiient Waahlngtun April nThe cusei involving tlio Kentucky govprnorshl vwo Uoukctwl In the United Statw auitrtuio court Monday A brief Mute muni In wliloli couiuol for liolh Tny lor matI ISeakham Jolnuil was tllci vtirbhenIIqfI It h Ml forth that both Taylor and UecUlMiin ni governor John Marsha repllhnoundent pro tttinnnn of the senate and Jolin It eDIct IItan nn uiljutiuit gen total oil the democratic side lire uncli uiiil all claiming tilt right to ntnl arc I Hiluully attempting to cxoroUo t lie r power of tin respective ofllccM iiov t f IlrutluUofj rpuMin of the doubt IIH to which ol the pcrsoiw iwinwl htiH the lawful Jlur1IRI1rnil to tho grout Injury mid detriment oftf the jMMiple of thHtIte TW Hgnted atattfinont thvn nautili IM a follows1 limit under tho constitution and Jaws wf Kentucky the governor of the cute In addition to Ilw charged frvttcmlljr with the duty of Moving thai the law lire faithfully executed 1 ahw npockilly charged with tho Huty awl1 Invested with the power of filling many Important onievN In the orlg1ktjMtiiiiinont to till vncnnclcm und nl111- 0hh Uw power to IINHIO coininliwIonB to many ofUcowthor appointed by kits or elected by the people anil ilso with the power to IMUO psnons ud In remit Mii inn forfeiture Both plaintiff IIn error Win S- IllI lor ami eIlMldHI In orror J I W Kwkhnni ore ctalmtag tho rigit to perform nil the fHwetlon of Ihr aformakl oak of governor sad sh of thim U Httrmpting and 1ms actually attempted 10 perform Wny flf thii1d function Mirh for vs Maple as iarainjr1 imnlmu ami Nlling uMcetj by appointment etc MtNiM of the onim of the MtfitoI woffvUa the MU of the plaintiff In TW WJH Tnylor ss the lawful iPis of the Kwvtmor of tits otote mul byt1lisa elMo alhw ottkwrH ol1Jtt atnto lIiNJ1uirna ilia ncto of JJ C W itso- khsa M fist tawrfni MU ef UteIU rraur f Jut utcMIJ rafnu MrtotJ oN Wdto 1Vi 1 rs- wh governc Ammtf tha flWrm whom Uie got1 ernor lhi MiittMrtcnl sad required tiapltoinl nri UM ottoer of niP eli o iiKHgnMiry ImMttwU tiK of tin tnto JiHrt Puck of tlui Mhl two iUlinuntH to iiat oDtr of gownor lisa attempt fJ to flit MM olJliM nnd Home lM nH iiH rSINIS tile authority of tin np potattf8 of ono of said olnfmnnt8 to ogubetl My rwiMin of sit thra fnet and f oht m which might be ontuntrnted F it IIII ef the MtmiMt itnportnnco to Lhe pcoplu of the taw of Kentucky that1 tlits iiioMtloi of right to the ofilce In L tihiMl In thu nforemld IltlgHtlon bt fletcrmlncil The fuentlon of Inw In I L volved In mid catt cn arc of verj ifrvat nnd grave tntcnvt nnd Import u tII Involving tlaP natiirn nnd ex trill ot tho powir of an election eon 4 tnrt trllMinal and the powers of thin jiMttrlary with rvlrUiua tjtm to- Mrv IURt MaQuown upponra a at tornvy for l eihaw MM1 other of a lit ilmiocmtK while Helm Unico up pvarn a ultnrnpy for Tijior nnd otltcr reputillconc The Hiremo court advanced the tnmt to be lipard on the 30th inntant r1un avr each MP four Inrani fur lIrEIINwIlt- i j rKrn l niliil h n Aloli orkCi I nf un Hiker by a mob Ht the atote 1ffOf froaalnif Iin UIP lower end of IJIII rmutty niMl hnujfinj ills body WII then riddled with bullet s York miir dcred in cnkl blood loe Costello an Italian fnllt Ijiftldler Ueforo hoillI vnihed York rnnfcmd to the Vllllnu and aliHi told of having murdered III man sonitf timu ago In Arknnwig mill to Mvend erlmeis of lean Importnntu The mob IIN wipposed to hnvo bi on I L pAinpnM l of jwoplv Iron airotui tho I river In ArknnaHH- TrnliioI Muck iIn Hie Snow Deliver ColM April J7t trlllnltI liavo boon run on any road between Donvor nnd Colorado Sprlnga for 21 lioiira Abont SO trains paManger and frolfjlitT are stnek In the mow on tho llvtilon between t Ita points named In Komo plnom the drift are in feet I the HIIOW bclnp RO wet nnd nhonY that the plows nro almost nn l ilile to move it Tho storm hllK now ubidded liirrrnnln for Inrmer t WiiBhlngton April 17 Sccrctury of Airrionlturc UMson has directed that ulrnntago bo taken of tho rural trot lallvury catubllBhed by tho postolllcc I I0wriniiiv ty iiiiinf ettrrhrn Ih- 1If r iiiih roiitos dtrtrlbnte to the farmer t jnnU oontnlning tIn Intuit weather 6 I foiiicaHta anti warnings r Oannutaiirn Cnntrllititlon 77 WaMilngton April b7TTW anorc fij Imary or tho treasurY rctOItel tilt tIll olnpl petit inarkUti C St L n 1 I o train an imlsnown p lIon n con WKMCB cent Hiution ol SfS F DEWEY AND OTIS NOT PAID The llr t Ililllnplne Commlimloi- Coul the liivrriinirnt n Tolnl Amount of IfltTIHr WnahliiKton AprilI 17 Complying with a rucolntlon of JUlluli9 till pre Ideut Hunt to tin emitu an Itemlxci1 itntenient of Ute 1xitott of tin Philippine iommlMrion Thn tRto nient Inoludo till following Itema- romiiensntlnn of lfl0H onch to Com mhWionerH Selniruiiin AVoreenter nut I Dunby 30000 per dlum nllownnec to eommlmloierti after their rctnrr lo tin Lnltid Stubs 385S were tarS to eommlKHlon oonionwitloi- iS I iOO per 111111 3060 1 12Q tran mrtntlon 1I1CB7 hoiiKehold expen ei4 lit Manila r25ttt clerical survives 31701 mlKtvlIaneniiH HlJ3 Total 5U7I85- Tho president IIHO transmlU wltliI his endorsement n reoommondntlonI runt Soorolnry lluy that provision he inndo for aymont to tIt nnvnlI and military momborM of tho com mission Admlnir Drwoy nnd Uo tt Otis at the Mimo rnto na thai tald to the o her iuimbt IHe nay they Iiiivo rouolvod nothing for their wrvlomi In oxooas of tliPif nijriilHi fin hiliUII SUPREME COURT DECISION Vnr Intitlvluur tlr Hlninp Act nn III AiiillmI to llsorfHii linrHfn In- tnrnlilf to nil ConipnnlrH Vnnhington April 17Jhl miprcme court Moiuliiv decided that wine in volving the HtampI tnx an It nppllettI to txproNi elmrgctB the qneatlon in volved being wliether the shipper or the cnrricr hlmll pay till cxprewI ohnrgM on paaknge The opinionI wmi htindml down by Juatleu White and wim fnvonible to the vxproaa com jmnlea There wore two wined bo fore the rourt JriTolvlug th quontion at bjBiio but tho ipliitnti TIH baord upon tho e ti of tho Amerlenn Kv pn a Co vs Attorney Oenernl Slay nnnl of tho stato of MtohlgHn ftcI anw ennitt lo the mtprem court from th dvoUloH of the Mate mprrmo court of Mlehlgtin whIch deoiaion WOHI adverse to the clHlniH of tho oxprwwI eomiwnlwii Tho opinion Monday ro vnratHl this opinion IN A DRUNKEN ROW Ionr Sinn Wrrc Kllliil nnil An otlirr Inlnllr Wonmlpil In i- ilirikhInr In nnlnllln lohiiHtowM lsein1I 17At i- jPusk4no7 Ht Mine Nis SI nf the nor Hndlilto Cool Co n mr Wlndber Somerait uoiinty H riot ouenrrMl ihortljf Ixpforo mhlnlght In which three wn woro Idllod one bolny abol nnd twe aUtubtitl to Uwith mill mi other nuiM was so bwlly attibboil thAtL WA rveowry Sa doubtful OHO IttillMH 18 itnpp JMdl tb Iwvu tlono LImo 1UIsgI JKOMT IHmIOu are dcn l and tlHHKeroiwiy woundml at tho mtnlHfr town of Windbwr iionr here rti Ole nanilt of a drunken row In n saloon tlipre Out Unlinn In chnrged with the wholeanlB prime but It IK believed tlmt he IK nlreudy beyond till reneh of bite law nn a IUHII nnawcring bin doMjrlptlou Ti8 ground under n tmln at South 1orlc Monday morn lag HEROES OF VALLEY FORGE Vhf iriirrnl Moclrly of Unanlitprn ol llpvolnllon Kiitrr tin n Project to Tonmteinorntn Them New York Ajiril 171hl general society DnughturH of the devolution IIIIH enturvd upon a project to com incinerate the heroes who lost their liven nt Valley Iorge A plot of ground containing tho grave of Cult John Vntcrnnin has been decIded to tint EOCICtytIij 0 II Twld on uOiidltlon that It anluiblo monnment bu erected thereon to this ollleer anti the hundrvdH of pntriota who lie In niinmrkeil gravea in the surround ing ground A eommlttca compris ing Ute rrgenta of the Daughter of the Hrvolntlon Ntnte eooietim hibeen forinpil and IIRC alrtndy secured a number of contributions for thin parpoa llrurl I n null Onnicil Dfiith Cnlhoiin Ua Arll l7t henrty laugh wax apiHirimtly the ankle of Uie donth of Alfred Frlx n wellknoxm eittaen of this plneo FrJv who vtt 40 years of nge nnd comlngly tn good hoHlth wa Inughlntf and joking with settle frlendH In front of n Inunl grOt eery store and langhtug liimiodemtely ut Home joke told A moment after iird he loaned back In hits choIr gaHpud and when byatntuleru renehed him wits dead Mm Stilt Int In Ixlrn- Unahlngton April IT The otllelalI order of tho oommlsNloner of internal uvutuiv dafd March 17 IIIK t fixing April iO n B Iho date on which tthe irovlHtonti of thn hmt mmgniph of sectIon 10 oct of July 94 1807 con corning tho packing of foreign nr tides with ilneont chewing tobneeo imoklng tobacco nnd olga ret t- vonld lie enforced by seizure of the l ocnlH hits been extended to Juno 1 1000 IrKltiK n Nnllonnl Inrk Washington April 17Dr C IP A Ambler of Aidievlllo N Charlei dcNnmoo J A Nieholn nnd other ippoarcd before the senate ngrienl nrnl vommlttco anti nrII Ue cw tabllHhment or a national park In the Apalaohtan range Wlmlrr Knit lo Iliu linlit Wushlngton April 17IIClltCom nander Win Winder hits buen ordured A take immediate command of the ilichlfriin on the great luke In placr or CommanderI I Gnt whose or lci8 to that dniv hnv been iwokccl i i PLATFORM OUTLINED Planks That Will Likely Be Adopted at the Republican Convention b Mrit n ic Clrnr Utterance In inro fir lie itten Ion of IM Ililllii lilnr mul n Vlnoronn 1orflnn- Ioller VII1 tie llellvrreil WaHhlnglon April 17 Adminlstrn IIou leadern have agreed upon the III in iuen and articles of republican faltl which will be Incorporated In the flat llonal platform to bo tmbmittcd to hut Philadelphia convention for rnti llentlon A rough untiL of the rcpub Mean party creed halt beets ne ccptcd by republican leaders of the Hcnatet nnd republican national com mlttttiinrii Ilio opening declaration will be a hctirty Indorsement bt President Me Klnlcy huh n tribute to hU personal management of the most brilliant military nnd naval achlcvamonta ol the elow of ln century riiijunllfled approval will ho aeeonled to nil the admlnlHtrallve ncta Tho utablish mont of n gold atnndnrd will bo dwelt upon nnd n plank will be devoted to a renewed nlluglanuo to the gold Rtnndard Tho keynote of tho platform will be the expulsion Imttc A strong clear ultenineo In furor of the retcntloo of the IMilllpplin8 and of n vigorous for eign policy sIil be delivered There wil bo no positive affirmation of the right of thla government to govern the Philippines nn that must bo loft for future adjudication Tho policy of protection will bo nfllrmed nnd the platform will pledge the party to thei support of tho doctrine of reciprocity A grouter merchant marine liberal icnidnn laws will he demanded and the Monroe doctrine rctitwcrtvd Tho Nleurngnnn canal will be itup ported It no action IK taken at this ites unit of congretw The devplopmcnl of the near future in Cuba nnd tho out come of tin municipal election next mouth will largely almpu the policy tow tl1 tho Island Ainonir other plankii in tin platform will bo one in favor of an augmented navy others in favor IJl deli scrviuo trev homcattwda Stub a restriction on Inmilgrntton anil temperuneo 11111 woman MiiTrago will she line n placeI litI the platform MONEY FOR THE ARMY CIil ruin u llnnlcj nt I lie Conimlllce- on Military AflTiIrN HrporU tie Aiiroirilillou 11111 Waahlngton April 17 ChnlnnaitIl hawley roportcd MomTay from tin eomttrfttco on military nffhlra the np proprJtiHon bm for the qny TIC1 psi for oQJ pre t AJf J11 13 oreaU1 4lMM ITTO priKVWou lot n mlllt iry fplagmph lute tn Alnalcn eoHtlnp J60iK IK stricken out For n library building at Manila 3000 In appropriated In computing length of Horvieo for retirement of ofllccrs and xohUvrn serving In Porto Itlco or the Plitlipplnt tiny arc to be allowed double time for inicJi serr loCI Tho travel allowance for enlisted nbc discharged Is Increased 8800 MS The I nut Onr Wnm Iiirlnil Wnahlngton April ilhe post ofllce At Lake City S C hus been roo established and Mra Delia D Cnrter white app liitrd po8ttnlKtre Thin WBB done upon petitions filed by near ly nil of the white and colored clti 70HB requesting recatabllRhment of this oftluo stub this Indya uppolnt menU Tho c Jlorml people ubmlt ted n Kcpnrnto jiotltloc requeatln her appointment There luia been no pOHtxilltou nt Inke City alnco tho cot orcd poal master there swim hilled by n mob two year ago Wllllnni P lllllop Ionnil Cullly Now York April 17 William F Miller of 1rnnklln syndicate fume tns found guilty by a jury iu the county court in Hrooklyn of grand larceny in the llrat degree for tithing from Mm Kathtrinc Mneaer 1000 which site InvpiiliHl In his 330 per cant cnenip to get rich quick The pris oner VHS roiUHiulDd fur Miitence a week from next Friday 11lOUlllK1 fllIponied Iiloiit iillnulirrH Itriiinliix Vaahington April J7Thc wnr dc pHrtment ki informed that the remains of Flrut Limit John n Gallagher 40th infantry who lIed Kobrunry SI of wounds received In An engngempnt ntI Llbmnman LIIKOII have been shipped from Stun Pranclaco to Louis ville Ky They are eoniilgned to Gen lolin U CiiHtlemnn who will have charge of the funeral arrangcincntB Hov Itooupvplt Slaneil use lllll Albany 3f Y jlr1l17GO KOOKP volt Monday nlgn d tho hill providing for shorter hours of the drug clerks in till city of Now t ark and of the In spection or drug i tore by the local board of health Tmler Its provisions drug clerks are prohibited from sleeping In the stores or in apart ments connected with the stores Coltl Visit Olulic CniiiPH a I lro 1lttHlmrgh PH April 17A gold Sail globe cnuMcd n fitv Monday In lie homo of C K Hurl at New Cn le Tho my of till sun were foaiiKcd y tho glass sldi H of the jnr und ig Tlted mutt eurtniiiH ut time uiiulow Lear b2 4 lien rUt Steel Irniliicllon riiUiululjiliIiii April lTllo prodtic on of open liciutli steel in the United Statue in 1S09 nvccrtnlnrd l y the Vmcrlcan Iron nnd steel association vns S5M7r20 gros tons igninst 22UO CJ totix In ISis 17 P 1T POINOS IN THE ORIENT lk vleiop or Chtgi Isenpc4- Iri1I IPk4n1ip1Ie AVIth the i iI1irstnpa r coltislo- itIJria 1 UJtprii i9 The Bleftygr Itio Jim Marn Arhlch has just ar4Sl here frommi the Orient brlnjrf II stgngr story of a Chinaman who lyInisiI1 IreI emperorWpiijjCc whtrf he bud been Imprisoned be he mpress dowager nnd has JnfI traveling Incognito Ho potfcjsci documents bearing time se- alofuirI of Iekln identifying blmttt as t cmptrorff jwTv of British government mir Vty09 engaged on thin work of defln I lIltlJjc Hiiwnpse boundary had n col iMongwih a large body of Chinese Jj laborer who some time ago waylaid I iihcyiinlprpd Consul Lytton Maj I KjjfU and Mr Sutherland of the I former boundary survey party This I tImnCthe Chinese were completely ronJUjdt 80 being killed nd many In- jnrc4 I J ouhl4jsIl idrlcos have been received I ntjjjekin of a severe engagement be I tvvfSc till Imperial Chinese troops body of Boxers n secret fnllljlargl hattie which nas ludc cI at Yen Chin in Pc e1uIlljmtinee About 4000 men were Ih Cngtjgc4 the forces being equally ill II vlcle tITho casualties wore very hical t COTTON CROP CENSUSIJS A i itPrt Sorelsi Agent lEns flees Appnlntrd to Ohtnlii Com ItctnrnllriVuMIIgton April 16 Thort It probably no sIngle foot the knowl cdgof which is more interesting anti important to the southern people cropiths magnitude of the cotton crop arc unfenjfifaetory There is one method olVnMertaininK the amount of the processlltitfornnv commercial or industrial use vhSuifr must be subjected If one could obtain from all the cotton gins of lire country reports of tho amount of staple they hive turncu out the precfs aggregate of the whole crop woulfl be known Itpropollffl to apply this process in tlikiig the twelfth census time field worjfW which Is to begin on June 1 An expert special agent has boon ap pointed whose sole duty will be to ob tnlnjrfturns front nil the ginning anti Imljng establishments in the cotton groivintjreglon No ginnery is too ImJl1 or inHignlflennt to bn vl ailed nod Wed for a rtttunt fcLiNTEXAS f aftip pn reeked Mild S vernlI Lh i toot nt Itoync Thirtjr Wr Veom Uallna IDallaf tiex A1LA special to I the Yctv H front Ifoysc Tex dated April lQJ 4ni says I A cyclole struck this place lit mId- night and It Is believed that several lives intro meen lost Eight houses wc rc wrecked and ut this hour the greatest excitement prevails JTjiBrc lies been an electric display early In the night and ominous clouds had gathered in the northwest There was however but little wffld A light breeze prevailed until about 15 minutes before the cyclone This cam almost without warning Aman In a buggy was lifted from his seat timid blown 100 yards Telegraph and telephone lines were destroyed Jloyse is 30 miles north of Dallas Itrlce of Soft Coiil Advanced Chicago April 1Mhmo operators repr3cnitlnjf over n dozen mines in rndlanti nnd Illinois held n secret meeting at the Great Northern hotel Aftey the meeting it wns rotmrtod they hiijl agreed to Increase still fur timer 110 price of soft coal lint how muc WR tint stated It was claimed thn4tII1Jlcr the present wage noale to in Imps It was Impossible to operate mlmB tit n profit without raising lric- I fTurnndo In iCansas- Wffijjn Run April 10A storm nppr laojilng n tornado In prnportioh Is n ported from near Vtofleld be twceiI bore ouch Nowton and In the vloliJtk of Wost Chnrvnter fWD dent fenro reported and four p opk tire sf1I to have been Itillod hrHer tart d houses tIs Mnry field Krench Dead An hcCTt Mass April 1AiMlss Ma ry V islij Ireneh aged Ti your a cubit in o Ute late Kngone Field nnd for a nu nbcr of years his gnnrdhin died sudd Jily nt her home here She had tin nrte of Kngone Field from hU seventh to his 18th year I iI nnnU Teller MUnlnir Valcrtinry Vt April tGrolm C Varrar teller of the Vatcrbury Nat lonul bank 4 mIssing and there is a defalcation of 25000 of the banks fnnil i fThe community Is greatly uuluoccd by the =ttucrlcnn Incly Injured In Purls t1irIt 1Gi Amerienii lady VMS ivertnrncd by n cyclist ycsterdav lw1nt till corner of the Rite Pierre iiii7Oit und tho Avenue d Alma andI so iII djy shaken flS only to be able to pronounce her name which she uve 111 1 irte I Murderer llnimrd Toronto Ont April UIItrrJ Wit HmuLynH hnngod here Saturday foi the buifiler of J C Vnrcoe n grocer ti10 atorehe and R man IIhQ111lL 3Mei Iih robbed imvmmtber o Mbti- utb I Wt shot nl Idihuui et the time v v I cr crOf c crtc crCcrcrCC Cicrcr c cr W STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST Lo i Jrt flflir95a55 5 3fla5aft2 a555 4 5 ft393a33 i NO INDICTMENTS YET f Any One Una Hrnn Konnd Cnllly- of Cornel ANMnHNlnntlon the Iulilli Dont Know It Fninkfort Ky April J6Tn the circuit court here the amended petihlon of tin democratic cnnt for tho minor state offices which ask ed 000 damages for alleged usurpa lIon was dismissed The Franklin county grand jury ad journed till Tuesday without making L report Nearly 100 witnesses have been examined during the invcstlga tlcm of the Gocbcl assassination 3t jls not known whether time qucstron of Indictments has been voted upon I but the adjournment of the grandI t jury without making n I given rise to nn Impression that truei bills have been found in several casesI and that Commonwealths Attorney I will draw up time indictments between now and Tuesday f Tallow Dick Combs In whose be half habeas corpus proceedings were instituted by Ills attorney It C O Uenjamln was not brought out be fore Judge Cantrill Uenjamln dillI not arrive nail there is n rumor that proceedings will be abandoned COMBS FOR GOVERNOR It h Said the rrndon Audit IVnnta to limit tlio Itcpnlillcnn Ticket In Kentucky This Fall Frankfort Ky AprIl13cry quietly Leslie Combs of Lexington pension agent for Kentucky with litatquarlurH nt Louisville dropped into Fninkfort last night 116 did not register at any ndtcl but remained atI time home of n Iriendi f Soon after his arrival it was learnedI that his visit here marked time begin ning of n still hunt for the repub lican nomination fur governor of Ken tuck pruvhilng the supreme court rules against Taylor awl n special election is ordered for next fall Cer tail of Combs friends were abroad feeling the republicans pnlKc with A viow to ascertaining how ConiuV bOOM would be received Unless Tny lor should ask lIme nomination it seems highly probable that Comb will be In tho race Soldiers Tendered n Dinner Frankfort Ky April iarluc re publican ladies of Frankfort tendered the republican soldiers at the state house a dlnncr T= irsday KeiUblioat etiy IJftrtor preside nod made n spooch tmtriTtfng the militiamen for tliiir loyalty Adjt Gen Collier re upended on behalf of tho men and anJ elaborate meuuc tuna served Women to Consider Politic Lexington Ky April 13TIe women I of Lexington nnd Fayetto county hnvo Ilat ncd n coil for II inasq mooting next Tuesday April 17 in the interest of good citIzenship A programme will be arranged for the tsnsa meeting nUll several of tho most prominent speakers of the Matewill be culled onto make addresses Jitttee UcnnyH Aiinnancfnient Lexington Ky April 14Tullge fSeorgc Denny formally niiiiounrcd himself a enndidut for delegate nt large to thin national republican con vention to be belt nt Philadelphia Ho liar been agreed upon by the ref i publicans for temporary chvrman 0 tint state convention Two Doctorn Hood Louisville Ky April llia 1 Hood of Lowell Mugs wap granted n temporary restraining order against Dr J C hood excoroner of JcuVr soil county to prevent hint from mnklng and selling Hoods Sarsa pnrUli C I Hood claims exclusive use of the name Son Cant He lonnd LonlRville Ky April UW T Nu gent son of the bankrupt merchant who the father says scoured SHOOOI belonging to the merchant and whilulit he has leen ordered to pay tmst4va by VYcdnesday has not been located A deputy United States mar shut Is searching for him Declined lo Sign Frankfort Kyalrll 13Time at torueys for the republican ofllolals Thursday afternoon declined tto signI the agreement to hastou litigation for pobnotwlon of minor stntu oilier through the state courts HO that the supreme court with that for govern lor No reason is assigned Kentucky Derliy Starter Lexington Ky April 1611 jIs now certain that there will be eight if not I toil starters in time Kentucky Derby i I to be run lucre May 3 Those known i to be in thf race are Admiral Sehley Thrive Dlendoune Orontas Ills Kx I rellcncy Highland Lad Lieutenant iiI Gibson and Kentucky Farmer Three fur One ollRn1II I Fninkfort Ky April 12Lhmu Na i tional Vekly Investment Co of Lex j ington with a capital staiK of 3000I tiled articles of incorporation with Secretary of State 11eJ1t Is what III is popularly called a thrcoforone j company jI line Suit DUmUncd Padncnh Ky April 13Tlu breach of promise suit of Mrsr 1lmoth j Itooitt widpw against Cnpt Kbbert Owens a promnont Ktqamboatman I for 20OOQ 8XJJlKinlKKcilsArvr I or Plab1ttlt nit cuf imolionII VALUABLE HORSES Two Car Load of Vast Stock Will lie thinned Ent Frcm JLouUvllle Louisville Ky April 15 Charley Patterson arrived from Memphis with his string of horses lie will ship his horses cast with Maddens string making up two full cur loads next Saturday Mr Patterson brought with him 17 horsey He brought along several belonging to owners at Churchill DoVns and which had been sent to MerjinJtfj in anticipation of beIng4 able BTke down n Iursc or two But tbttack at Memphis pro cd to be so bad that time Louisville horses were Drought home Among time most noted belonging to Mr Patterson and which were brought to Louisville were Lamp lighted Handwork Historian Quiz Dclmurch und Kentucky Several oth ers who have fulled to show Mr Pat terson anything were brought along and will be sent to Lexington and turned out ns it will prove unprofit able to continue them in training Handwork by Hanover Workmate is thought to be the best twoyear 4 old in Pattersons string andhc will be sent cast to rrfn for some of the rich prizes there It Is said that Patterson hits some good threeyearolds that have never been shown in public and that they will be sent east for the purpose of surprising some of tha bookmakers on the bigl tracks MINERS MAY RESUME 7In7 Fields Soon Central City Ky April lGThere Is a prospect of a resumption of min ing operations in tho western Ken luck coal fields within a short time The operators und miners have agreed to meet here Tuafiday to discuss their grievances The field comprises over SO counties in this state anti about 3000 mon are employed Last month the operators and min ors failed to agree upon a wage scale the men askidg about 12 cents a tou more titan time operators were willing to gnmt Since then little mining has been done anil the shutting oft oi tho supply of coal has caused great inconvenience In a number of Ken tricky towns Tragic riulliiir of a Romance Louisville Ky April IBIThe sul elde ot Oijorgc W Wicks otat IorvIHeln A linitiinurc sanitarium ia in part attributed to domoatfc trou bles Sounil years ago luks at tended nn encampment of the Louis ville Legion at Nashville and whilo there rtwcncd a Miss McCrory from a vicious dog which had attacked her Acquaintance courtship and marriage followed but they became estranged and separated Wiolca brooded ores the trouble ills body will be brought here for burial Ilre Shots Went Wild Lexington KyipriI ltiDr Joe K Parker shot anti killed Vet A An tonella The men were neighbors and quarreled over the boast of Antonella that but one man in tho neighborhood would tell the truth After the open Ing of time quarrel both men went to their homes und securing their re volvers returned to the grocery anti began shooting nt each other SIt shots were fired but only one took ef feet Parker was lodged in jail To lniect Thoroachbredi Lexington Ky April 1l1on W C Whitney and n party of eastern frienile arrived here Saturday In tv exseerotnrys private ear front New York They come to inspect Mr Whitneys thoroughbreds of which Tie lion more than 100 in stud At Li llolle fnriu with tile colehratcd stat lion Imp Meddler n tho premier Jui ereqllegiuto Contest Lexlngt n Ky April 15 Loanidat liagaii of Monticollo Ky reprfsont lug the state agrieultnro nnd mechan lentI college of Kentucky won tho thirteenth annual intercollegiate cn test The Cent nil university the Georgetown college and tho Kentucky university wero nte represented Tin prize was n handsome iold medal C61onM Trlnl Ait roncliliiK Lexington Ky April It Tnpsday Uno triul uf exCongreummln Javiil il Colson tin surviving prineli al in the ColsonScott duel of Jnnunry 10 in whleh Lieut Kthelbort Soott ChariH lulinn Iud Luther Demaree wer j killed anti several other pergpns hurt will be commenced MM lniT Man ItetarllJLexington Ky April 1OI4ieitt Jo mph Donovan whose nbaencc for tha past week gave rise to fears on tha port of his friends returned horns He said he had been in thcim iintains seeking recruits for thin army IDll1 Wrny Prom Shame Paducah Ky April JiJllmry Well thin senior member of the wholo sale whisky firm of H Jt11 A Sons of this city tiled nt Battle Creek lIch He was CO years of ago and wu Identified with the basking Interest of the city h Koxtiaiindft lUll Sheep Stanford Ky April HA pacirf foxhounds IlonJlng to different hunter in this vicinity mild a raid 11on the sheep and lambs of 1 H Foe ter anil killed and injured 130 out 01 ISO d y a + w- w ta C i f J d r f THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren II =HIOI MAN KY FRIDAY APRIL 201900 I fOLY a few weeks more and then tb 00ontionnl contest for President of tbtf tfNt gtntI BOTH political parties will hold Oon ventious In Alaska in May to name Na tional Convention delegates ttttUP to the present no city has expressed i a desire to go wild over Otis when hoTetnrus from his task of benevolent j I c assimilation ttttADMIRAL DEWEY denies a report tha ho will withdraw from tho race for President What does D1f R ewers say f Vabout it1 1ttttI is expectedltrustsAN early report on I to bo made by the United States Labor Commissioner who is now concludingr i Isis iuvcstiltationstttt J ofMy platform is the flag says Dowoy I have no friends to reward and no en emies to punish said Zachary Taylor And Zach got elected In y ttttTilE scarcity of news in regard to ou + little scrap in the Philippines has led to the fear that the insurgents have cap JtypewriterJf i tho lunsclf of Democratic as lylCto vice presidential nominatio- nsI s tttt t THE Republican sUite convention is to beheld in Louisville tho 7th of next month when delegates to the PhiladelM phin convention are to be namedne tttt Tits Populists of North Daketn split tute on the question of indorsing W J Bry the Tho MiddlooftheRoaders with pedrewttftmNEBRASKA Democratic leaders are said to be opposed to fusion with the Papa DO lists and to favor Bryan with either Towno or Dewey on a silver plattorm nee des ttttNow if Uncle Sam wants to take aPI 1 hand in settling state elections we are t ready to submit but to bo frank with the old gentleman we think it none of j his affair i tttt eSr Louis max be made campaign 0 headquarters for the Democratic Na tional Committee owing it is said to J j tho unfriendly attitude of the Chicago J newspapers tot ltttti ONE of the earliest and most nnsatis ers I I factory developments of our new policy of government by force is that it also are+ carries with it n peculiarly costly sys I tern of government by commission y tttt1 IT ia reported in Washington that f Henry O Payno of Wisconsin will suc atceed Senator Hanna as chairman of the i Republican National committee bu- SS Senator Platt says thero is no truth in It ttttkr Owensboro has called a conference of tho Populists o- II this State for Louisville Apnl 25 Mr i Petit it is understood represents that clement of the party which favors Mr Bryan 1 jTHEj will settle the gubernatorial contest case within this month and send its Luanda j to tho court of appeals Tho people i should therefore be patient The trou blo is all but overtttt 4 ItANUMUEII of highly complimenta- mentions of len Wheeler and the presidency have appeared in the papers butI the old hero assures his friends that the s measure of his public services and pleasure i has been filled to the brim ttttTits Porto Rican tariff and govern mental law will become operative May lilt All the affairs of the island will remain in charge of tho War Depart p t ment until then Tim rush for patron ago under the new law has already t 4 begunf tttt1 THE date of tho Republican Sta- I Convention is May 17th and it will 0ofheld at the auditorium in Louisvilles t t Taylor if ho is in a position to attend will be one of tho delegates from the Stato at large to the Republican Co t I vention t t tttts rkk l THE courts may be a little slow at tl = times and sometimes somo litiga may think that decisions are not1 r A they should be but there are but f who do not agree that they are ma better institutions than guns for deter i mining disputes fttt LTHE Democratic State which met last week at Harrsba Pennsylvania indorsed lIon Wm w i Y Bryan for the presidency and voted for the enactment of a law for ballot ro1 1r1 form personal registration and a moro j comprehensive primary election law LOCAL NEWS =The Fourth of July comes next ET Watches repaired nt hacks good IThe ico cream and soda water sea son has arrived Circuit cowft convenes in this city the first Monday in next mouth ttfI offer a lot of Misses and Chil irons Slippers at 60o to close out 4204t II 0 AMBHRQ Senator Watson has gone to Wash Ington to ro1umo his duties n9 private Secretary of Congressman Wheeler The fiscal court of Graves county hay decided to work their roads with machine and an appropriation of 310 000 was rondo for that pttrpow Mr W S Crittouilon a prominent and well known grocery merchant of Union City dropped dead of hourt dis lasttFresh Vaccine Points and Lymph for sale at COWOILL Cowant8 Captain J W Martin of Woodland Mills projxjses to pay any mans Upon sea to Kansas City to tWO Uryun nomi noted who can show 100 aciw of better wheat than his Parents will spurt the joy their chit iron tool over tho advent of the tlOItOI1 for outdoor athletics because no Reason tho year has so groat an Influence upon tho health and morals ot tho young Corn is king now The priuo is about onethird higher than six month ago figures this adruneo mourn about e203000000 on the annual crop or about therUnited StatesFor Sale Fine Brown Leghorn eggs 60 coats per setting of 11 M L HLUSON The busy scn on for tho farmers has 1 and activity among them is every where noticeable Somo have planted corn and many more are ready to plant Wheat looks well and prospects in gen crap seem encouraging The beautiful show windows of our largo dry goods and millinery establish menU attract constant and nlraoat uni versal attention by the handsome goods 1 splayed therein and the artistic man r in which they are arranged Tho years 1000 and 1001 will coast the greatest censustaking eta in history of the world Besides this country fourteen of the principal Euro an countries are to count noses but census of tho united States is to bo nation ore extensive than that of any other c YOU INTENDto paint your house Spring lf so j SWAYNE The Druggist Ho hand mixed Paint Oil Turpentine Var niches Stains Hard Oil Finish Ito right The Womens Health Protective Societies of tho various cities which have expectorationInLilag of garbage on the street would dowel says an exchange to start n crusade against trailing skirts Not only are they incompatablo with personal cleanliness but they are dangerous conveyors of disease There certainly never was abettor season for tho farmers in the bottoms get their lands ready for pleating There has been no floods and tho form in tho lowlands are right up with their work a little in advance of their hill neighbors Tho bottom farmers at least three weeks ahead of what they usually are at this season of the ear New Wall Toper We have just received onr Spring Stock of Wall Paper beautiful patterns very low price Gall and make selection Wilsons Book Store tAn exchange makes the following sensible suggestion which should be heeded by tho purchasing public When you receive flattering announcements vfstepinto I price tho sumo article that has attracted your attention in tho catalogues In most cases you will find it as cheap in price oftener better in quality and thon you save express or freight to say no thing of patronizing n home industryt A party of young ladles and gentles buggiestovisited Sunday nnd despoiled some of the graves 0 I floweis that sorrowing ones had plant i over the graves of loved ones It was an act of vandalism and the parties could be arrested and punished and the alouorprotect the party thought less such acts are n disgrace and shame it is robbing the dead or the tribute 01 loving hearts and hereafter tho law should bo vigorously enforced no mat ter how respectable the perpetrators L If yon want Style Fit and especially Quality in I MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOKS it will pay you to see our lines RIDE NAYLOR lash Shoe Store Smith Hogan who was sentenced to 18 months confinement in tho state toprison at Nashville Teuu Dy the fed eral court two weeks ago on the chargeI counterfeiting nt his home noar Hickman was taken to Nashville hy Deputy United States Marshal LuRueI incsreoratfouItHogannarrested isbrotherrested with him were acquitted of con PaaEtheYOexchangechipasHongora one 0 them being n big tat nOJro woman with crllIgandthat crying chile douno yo mo yo main tillnthrgre CoaxingJyou black rascal and take u yodentductah The roar that wont up in the welltIntoI f The RightW I y r J 1 1 w ONLY WAY iu THEI onr Store wishes to disappoint you is in giving you just a littlo JI better of everything than von are led to ox trot from the PricesI r We wnnt yon to fool that its tlm LI DING TORE under nil cop il1 That ourpgllgy Ufoprf iit I by thrifty liuycn wo have r ovary oviduntto J Spi i x mis rrElegant 13ec 6 inges- tt frqn S1000 and upward y AVqf i f oak flaIl Tril i only 8800 j Troll Bcds1front 8700 to 816001 e I TUB 1TRMS IN MINDyour YOUVI 4 ttitff INK1 wily Intensified thoir 1 IF YOU KNEW QuItOftl UMHI nt such nnionnble prices If yon uejplhe styles woes so handtotne thoy longc J NowiT 1na little more thahVffir moneys rtht is sending our business fmnrnlM 3aakfUK uuuty new friinds for us f f tT Remember we ImvoiM torgeet Stank of GOODStI STEPHENS SMITH J T LET THE IKHUJBN OIK Give UN New Men a Con tlltlnicN It now appears that wo shaTII have to elect n Governor noxt November ndl as one of the ptOpl W9 pro lit nbatw suoh a personal campaign nwas wag HlI last year We hope both tt Ressbll can nnd Democratic partied will ga n far away frou9the porsouolttieti lamp ed in the GoobelUrownTnylor fight as possible We suppose of course that the sofa and iloiugB of the party leaden Biuco that election will have to lr re iewed by the peaple but it would ljt best for the party uouiiutHa D uu rat and Republionn to bo an far renewed from personal iilanttty with that SIlt paigns personal matttnns possible anll to bo moo of such known integrity and ability as will inspire the eonfldeoce gfrr- he whole people Nix the reasons af Taplorneo muoh easisr titan any other R pub lioau iu the State 1 By till Lcople f R tfoekI of a OoMUtutioMl l imendinont for t ing United Stotw Sowitow by obll r plo There k little importance It thIhowever Tin HOUM for ymra has tdnwilling to 1 MM Meh ItMOlMUaiM It Hitq littuSenateobrtother CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION At n called meeting of the CityCosn folkMrtfir8ilolutiGuR g IOu motion it is orderedl that dry naquirgtod 1rdortieoothortaUlohouMlnaadovolopedl i lairshahIUlImyhaet I flOnj that rpaean In Ute cityy not having of sulocwatul vitociiiation ur eVidtiOsortable excU he inundiaGly ted under penalty ofs tim vorISII u do On i dirtclAdIIt t lack of tUtll1II IQNtrnlttecscsru a Iur elmdohyde Fumigating Mllchiru i dlillnfeethJK to uyj1f1lI such place H the ftIlbclaWi of the city may think dlJlrJJf I t Mayor Dilln uppuintedouaeil flnI Cowgill Ellison and naJ a saidmittce cam r THC SEW 30VKUSOK The inauguration of Ohas H Alton iu Governor of Porto Rico May I will be marked by great ceremony Tin now Governor will arrive ou tho war ship Dolphin accompanied by the on ttire North Atlantic squadron All the BOldien under Brig Germ Davii will ho massed at San Juan for tho occasion There will bo salutes from the warships Iftnd shorn batteric and illnminntion by the fleet at night A QuaIntt Epltuph I lately saw m a loading newspaper an incorrect version of one of time meat quaint mind forcible upltaplis that over WM penned I present herewith till correct version Tho original U to be sand on a tombstone iu Sterling Scot laud and from it 1 mado the copy which I append ygomeI ii elfentdtnaertnJr lLlnlilt Thedht ren bust tape then tot to1- AtjtelUdttvhI llDr r eat tbd1 b I topN ntprn A Vexing Problem limo question What shall wo do wIth our moat continues to give grave con corn to the Chicago Womans Club In this era of fin Jo sioolu feminine pro grcslou the surplus masoulinity bcome burdon ofconscience Having under token In addition to the long time ns mimod task of regulation also the actual running of things terrestrial Eves en tarprising and energetic daughters find AdamHsonsan anomalous annex to their plan of existence Something must ho dono to relieve the strain So womans wit has sot to work and solution iIs evolved satisfactory to senti ment und of ulitarian chamotor House house help Is tho crying need of the hour since tho goddess of domesticity has feathered her wings for higher lights and what bottom use for tho do throned lord of creation than a transfer of lite Idle talents to tho separate domains of pots und pan and dust brush und broom Especially must belie edit opted in the divino art of cookery That liti tho dictum of tho Chicago Womans Olub and who so bold us to challenge ft finality Just how man will take to this nine toontli century departure Is purely spec ulnlivd since tho formality of consult ing his opinion in time promises has so far boon regarded an purely superlative not to say superfluous Rutsinco fn this day ana generation it is no longer his to 100 nod dare but simply hits to do what ho thinks about It is really of no conso iijuence Ilorea Than Jcorgo III Mark tho resemblance in tho projx niUon of Qcorgo HI to tax the colonies and our own Puerto Rican tarilf bill Tho duties In each case both past Had future are to bo set aside for the benefit of the countrptaxed One difference is that while our measure taxes merchan dlso both timing to and Looming from Por to Rico the British bill taxed only n lim ited number of articles coming to this country did not tax our exports and this llfTorotioo is in favor of 1111I George Senator Proctor Rep I Is ulnuwt every neighborhood thoro U sortie one whrao life has been saved by OhmuborlnuiM Oholto Cholera and Dlarrhopn Uuniwly or who has boots cuml of chronic dtarrhoen by the use of thut inedlrlun Such persons make olllOrtunUythe menus of saving other lives For sale by Cow ill t CowRiH Hlckmnn anti A M Shaw State Line druggists EVERYTHING on WHEELS I You hove lost your head iff you buy n Buggy Wagon Thresher Hinder or Mower in fueL anything in this volilulp mid harness or machineryI line before InujKHJliiig my largo and cuwortod steak of tho boat good on tho market and priooH tho lowest A trial will convince you I niso own Jewelry Store next door optielanYours for tradTWILLIAMS Luke St near Union Dt j ot Fulton Ky trt Q gZL Cowgill DruggIsts e- IfEADgUARTERS FOIL UIIIIJIJrONIOS COUGH SYILUPS- iN U =1OI11i1CIIlnTIOJJnS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded p + r + Bread j1 18 TilE STAFF OF LIFE I it AND TO IKT 1GOOD FRESH BREADS ttl- ow + mig TUB Bakorg r r t Bread Cakes and Pies Baked Daily 1 fi- 11tYAUtjUAltITCIt 4 looni l Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates I i I and Candies Cigars and Tobacco K 1 r FRESH OYSTERSkr t and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY 1 fi inhOysters served in any style twit at all hours Come Sec Us f Telephone 1 New City Bakery119ll t + in lajesiie OaoMsg iasgesg The Best in the World I Yen Hiuiei flake H niMtak- ola Buying Qae af these Ranges f One of Its Strongest 1olntn Iis Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I MinutesBasingCall anti Examine TlicHi Youll liny HO Oilier a B BH+ Vaac HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS MTAnLt JIED IHnIJ 1 TOM DILLON Sr Propr t BuetMior to II C lUraii d oJ Marble and Granite Monuments OURBING- STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENDING c o Hiokman Xv W R WEBSTER DEALER IN UINI KINr1UOKY AND TI NNS8Il 1V1113NIlESS 1 SOLE AGENT FOR Peabody OInb Bourbon Old GoldII 210I Mountain trove l I IOldI oSPEOIb OFFER DEAR StRtI Rm enabled to sell and hereby oftaf you four ful quarts RYEWHISKEY c indioatetory return it at my expense and I will refund you 300 This IB a moat liberal offer and I trulyW na T I lUaliroud Time Table Nt 0 do St L R 11 LEAVES AniUVK- HTula No 63 tt hoe fc M I Trala No 62 715 I to Tla 101 at 103 p m I Tr lo No t 2KM p m Local and Personal y QT Ice Soda free at Woks D E Wilson was In FultonTueaday R L Bradley spent Sunday in State LIDO J T Stophcu spent Sunday in Union Olty John lliukius was down from Fnl ton Sjtyidnv Fred Pierce was down from Union City Sunday Elmo HCOYM wont to Falcon last Sunday evening spentSundayRT Tyler nnd Al Faris were in Fulton thin week spentSundayMr P 0 Word of Hcolfoot Lako was in the city Monday tt2T Crushed Fruit at Mucks Mr C J Worth the Moscow mill er was in the city Monday Mhu Mary Edward U vixitlnx Mrs Daisy U Overly in Fulton Tint your walls with Plostlco A itemI stock nt Cowo i tx COWUILLS Miss Boiuio herring of Union City vliltcd in the city this week Mr and Mrs Arthur Shaw of State Line spent Sunday in the city tHigh grade Collars for 100 Nono better at 26o nICE NAYLOR Mr nnd MM T J Malonoof Union City spent Sunday in tho city Mr Henry Emerson U building several small houses In Pat Hlokman Mr E O llioe who has been quite sick with plcnrisy U improving nicely MrMrs Std Royntor and Jnlian Chont were in St Louts last week baying stock Mia AlmA Kreeinou of Fulton spent Saturday and Sunday lust in Hlokmau Fanner call with your product at jn BlIAWS Big Store Miss Mabel Ooaldor now of Fulton attended Uto dAnce nt the Laolede Monday night thel4y on the farm noW Dickinson has auiti ponding ifnLonUvlllo Ky and hat gone there to taurt this week Mr J II Pollock a promlnunt all t ben ot Trimble Dyer county is visit lug his son this city li Judge Kearby and County Olork Luten attended the Democratic Con tfcnUon at Fulton Tuesday tY Mr A W Linasay attended the meeting of the Democratic Ulitnoty Committee at Fulton Tuesday inlet for Sale In any quantity II N COWUILL i CapL II A Tyler left Tuesday to nt r tend a Railroad meeting In Nashville Wednesday He also got i to Loulnvllle Union Citr ComCouner lath Mm Dr Hnbbanl and little granddaughter of Illolunnu were in the opts yesterday The ladies of the C PChurah will give their next Coffee social at the rwl dcnco of MM Q Hunzlkur next Wed newluy evening Everybody Invited The stores of Campbell Under wood and Dr J W Naylor at COco were entered by burglareTueidny night und Homo clothing Ntolon from the former John T Dillon loft Wednesday night for St Louis having accepted n iixKtUum an bookkeeper with n largo manufactur lug establishment of that Ho is thoroughly competent and wo wish him success lOT New style HnU for 80e Well worth 7 k Furnishing goods depart moot RICE KAYLOK Our young people enjoyed nn Easter Dnnco at Clio Now Lacletlo Monday ulght Among the visitors wore Miss Mabel Qooldcr John Tyler Miss Mary Wayne Murphy Mr Jean Mos rs BlgglI Mitoliane lJr Johnson and Burry Murphy of Fulton Messrs Herring Gardner of Union City1 1nndi The marriage of Mr Lawrence Parks of Fort Worth to Miss Bertha Clark of Dallas Texas Is nnnouneed to ooour h- iL Dallas on April 25 Mr Parks now one of the most highly esteemed nnd popu lar business mon of Ft Worth has rela tives in Ilicknmn nnd is well known hero nnd all join in best wishes for future happiness nnd prosperity Many of onr church going people enjoyed beautiful Easter services nt tho Episcopal Roman Catholic nud Metho dist churches Sunday Special pro grams of music rendered at each and tho churches beautifully decorated with flowers Tho lowering skies however prevented many n fair ono from wear ing that beautiful millinery Perfume 1 Perfume I An elegant lIno just received by- SWA NE Tho Druggist Our friend Marsh McDanlol ha bought tho Powell farm containing 100 acres situated within tho Hickman Col lego district Ho contemplates improv ing it and moving his family to it in or der to have tho advantages of our splon did College of which for several years ho has boon n warm friend and patron Wo welcome him as a friend nnd neigh bor Cards have been issued announcing the marriage of Miss Kate LlgouI of Fulton to Capt John Bell of Union City The wedding will take pint April 24th at tho homo of tho brides clather Mr Charles Llgou five miles southwest of Fulton Both parties are quite popular the groom was n first lieutenant of tho lato Fourth Tenn Sao v volunteers i BALTZER DDDSl1JOlio qft Grand Display and Record Breaking Frigs on New and Desirable Spring Merchandise in eYery Depart monti throughout our StorM vJtergain Inducements and Money =Saving importunities 1 L 1 Wash Goods lime Imported IkyjtUwi Dtmltta A mart dtillr 5cOurI Ginghams OcGingbams Mercerized Sateen in fancy ttml pHd ootonK rt k 35coeStandard CALICOES Ban ludlgo Bluos add Gcrnuia5cOur pri- ceDomestic 5eOurt Batten b rg Stumped Patterns- We have n owit t9 HIM adss the Ilmlil But toRa sail Thxaad Lace Allover Black and White for Ypkcs hOC to 1ISleers ottz Orr price flex yd Millinery We roa talc Mae tssasd hallot A All the correct atyIn of WO Storing mtlaiost IIadM 50IMChilds a Dresses A new dai artureohilds Pwoal Drsmm 50cytmFashionable SilksrBbow the IwutdMtftMtHM1 MJluiiV B ssow eotrJIMIIJnItTB am O SB SfIW WASH Snm ftfeo tile HOW LM SKffpo BBki oOc to S850 mtltIl in nil Ute sew Woolen Pibric also comptole Hw Wash nldrta trictly tailor tMtlllln the newtmt rwriikHM MNIIB plain and otter rtohly an lquBil Our MieM oHiuwt be snatched ia the olty Onr Lino o- rYoung Mens Suits J0beautissHOYS KNEE SUITS with doubt breast Vest size 10 to 14 years I A happy Wedding Inrty Mr C C Jordan and Miss Minnie Council of Oblon county wero married in Union City Sunday and after tho ceremony was over the happy oouple ao comiuinlwl by w number of their friends made n flying trip to thU oily whore they were royally ontertained at tho ros IdutiM of Mr and Mrs RobU Buck the bride being a cousin of tho hostess Refrushmante wore served after which tho happy party loft for homo Tho following Iis n list of those present Mr and MhI C C Jordan bride and groom Tommie Council Martin Jonas Kate Council Alex Hudson Nora John son Alfred ForMer Laura Lacowoll Jno Jordan Jenuio Bateel Lieu Counall While In Town Call in at IL K Reeves Gos and BO his nice lino of Carriages nnd Buggies Young Mens 17 in Buggies are now out or sight Both young adios nnd married ladies are speolally invited Mrs Al Johnson Dcad MM Al Johnson died at liar homo at Woodland Mills day before yesterday of pneumonia and her remains wore inter red In Salem cemetery last afternoon Christianschurch beloved nnd respected by all who know liar Sho leaves beside her hus band two little glrsU C Courier HICKMAN COLLEGE The Trustees bf Hiokmnu Collego will at its regular mooting oiWridny May 4th next elect tho teachers for next your Tho salaries will bo the same ns they are for tho present your Teach mustohold flintclass certificates Persons de siring positions must uutku Ap plications for same J W COWQILL Ohm 0 TOirDiLUff Ju Seoy 4183t Itl GroceriesHardware Ii tFarmers1t HardwareFarmers Ladies Neckwear Wo show this fieoROu a beautiful collection in Silk and Chiffon tNeckwear 50Coomr 9t1 00wIth65cragoFancy Muslin Undeiwear 50eand 00IShirt Wo show a handsome hue of Ladies Silk and 5UthoAlso tho pretties line of Wash Waists to be 50nllr1cofromLnilles and Misses Kid Gloves iLndiu anti MwaSpftd Gloves wflh two clasps all 5OurC Pulley Beltsy I 75IC Best makes innd lldMPSONS and AMER I lOAN LADY See onr fiOc Summer Corset BOYS SUITS Jane- Hopkin double I BALTZER it DODSDo I written v 7 YTI+YYY TfT rf ELLISONS j 1 STORE have what the farmers want Hay Corn Oats Bran tot tonsood and MenIalways on hand I Loaders in Staple and Fein cy Groceries leP S Ellison L + Tho Worst Is Orcr Tho frosts and cold weather during the week preceding Easter from tho bust information obtainable did but lit tie damage In some localities slight damage to ponchos and other fruits are reported but growing crops have escap ed injury From tho fruit and truck growing sections of tho Stato informa tion received shows that tho prospects are for good crops and that tho straw berry crop is promising Pooches in some counties wore injured by previous frosts nnd also by tho frosts of last week but all tho fruit trees wore lato in blooming this year nnd while tho poach crop 19 a most uncertain ono in this Stato tho prospects now nro for a bettor crop than for years Apples pears plum and cherries have not from reports been seriously affected Wheat is doing well and from tho largo wheatgrowing coun ties most favorable reports are received Dowoys offense serene to bo that be married into good society q Mrs s Make They have seat and kneoPrice 150 to 650 They Want your Trade Always W I j I Tho Tree Barber Shop PirstI pntronagoSecondBccauso I am prepared to do your work youFourthyouand willing to do your work wltb cleanA in Hick man A L HOCKINO Spreads Like Wildfire When things are the best they be como tho best selling Abraham Hare a leading druggist of Belleville Ohio writes Electrio Bitters ore tho bed yearsYonbegininkidneysbowelsblood teN tones up the stomach regulates liv er kidney and bowels purifies the blood strengthen the nerves hence cures mul titudes of maladies It builds up th vigorIotoor woman Price CO cents Sold by all DraItitill 101 h dh d Small POX at Crutchfleld The reports from the small pox infect ed families near Crutchfleld this coun ty are favorable no now cases and no deaths since last week and the affected ones doing nicely Apprehension as to tho disease spreading has subsided DIED Alice Marie infant daughter of Sa rah E and Jos T Jackson born Nov daysdiedI I buried at Oakwood Cemetery Konmrkablo Vitro for llltcutaatfsm KBXXA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wife had nu attack of rheumatism which confin ed her to her bed for over n mouth and rendered her unable to walk a step with out assistance her limbs being swollen SMaddoxChamberlains bottletobreakfastmanner nnd she hasnt had a similar at byCawgillandAM Some Sell Cheap I SHAWSELLS I r i iiHAVE Spring 1unsalable Good 1 wish nor room to holdover MUST BE SOLD P COME SEE US and when you leave another will be add ed to our long list of references 1SPECIAL BARGAINS IN OXFORDSand SPRING SHOES- OF IALL KINDS I A T mL mDri a II a 1 7 e rJj wayTheyTOP BUGGY FAMILY SIZE FOR 50 fully guaranteed in every respect They carry a line of good goods StyleFinishwill appreciate their trade tST Call and see them when in Hickmnu nnd look through their largo stock OHAS PERRY and E E REEVES will bo glad to show you through S O LV- JFJIattgI Jr J fIf1 J- I IJ J I Capital Stock of tho Four Great Banks of tho World Bank of England 86047935 Bank of France 36500000 j Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920H Total 8176822855 FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO FOR THE PAYMENT OFJITS POLICIES Dec 31 1899 I Or 125021682 more than tho combined capital of these famous banks lompanyotNewf FirstThe SECURITY 301844537 of assets SecondPROFITABLE INVESTMENT 1 bird LIBERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED Extended term insurance in case of lapse policytLiberal vajaes One months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply t- oBISCOE HINDIKAN KyuE R ELLISON 4 AL FARIS Agents SlaX N11r t i T Ie YIft I tr f ft JIio t h 1 V h 11j NOTES FROMWISHINGTO- What II Is Going On in the Political Arena of the Nations Capital ON ALERT FOR THE PEOP ffDEMOCRATS Condition of Affair In the Philip pines Ilou e Ilrmocrntii Kzprvs Sympathy for the lloer MclCln leys Worrlen and Other flatter of interestl I IThewar department Is considerably t Ltfi I zon that more troops nre needed In t T the Ililllpplnes Gen Young com i mnndinp North Luzon and Gen Bell commanding southern Luzon nrc rr r rmalting strong nppcnls for recnforce monts They declare that their troops are exhausted by constant fighting the present force is made quate to garrison the towns and thoI i insurgents are cropping up nil over Luzon and fighting with great rigor and effectiveness L It will be remembered that Gen Otis claimed at the beginning of the ti titroublethat he could subdue the In surrection with 30000 troops Last tall he was given more than 00000 I and yet the situntion Is practically the same as it was a year agoexeept saldlerrtI have sacrificed their lives and hundreds I of others have lost tholr healtht In the trying climate of the Philip I pines Gen Otis on the eve of his return s from the island admits that a largo body of troops must be kept in the is lands Indefinitely If Luzon gives so much trouble Iit may be imagined that it will take a mighty army to subdue the rest of the Philippines The news of the massacre of 11 Fill pino prisoners bv American soldier also comes ns one of the nnploaaan- things about the admlnlstratlonsflol A IIcy which might bear inrestlgntion There have been hints from the war department for some time that It xvnn abelcnasideringl lug the Filipinos bandits antI shoot Ing them down wherever found While this report of a massacre comes from I unoflloial sources It causes an un i pleasant suspicion that things arlt happening In the islands which need InvestigatingThis news comes from the Philippines Just when the Spooner i ibUl is before the senate providing I 1II that absolute control of the Philip t tpinesbe vested in the 7 4 until congress sees fit to take action 1 in the matter It is probable that the republlo- nrnajorllwl l push the bill through both houses The democratic minor I J Sty can only register its protest and r r whetherrl i could have been pacified long ngo r if the administration had been wilting i to grant them selfgovernment i and protection from outside inter Terence Senator Jones of Arkansas PtIremarked recently on this point Tim Filipinos might not evolve a government as good ns ours but they would manage one that would be sufficient r for their own needs anti their own i l I alII necessaryI policy of subI Ic jugation has not been In any degree successful nnd yet the country Is to l be naked to send more troops and sup ply money indefinitely for this wnr a of conquest Sympathy for Ilurr The house democrats are ready to a express their synlpathy for the Boers Representative llichnrdson the house democratic leader hiss Introduced resolution declaring that tho house t horoit3 struggle of the republics of South Af rica to maintnin their independence and hereby tenders them our most profound sympathy in their unequal but gallant struggle Judging from the number of repub lican congressmen who attended th- ii muss meeting In Washington reuntl- II ntWhich Webster Davis told his ex i periences in South Africa there or t republican members who do feel sym pathy for tho unequal struggle that is going on In South Africa Volmter Unvln Vletm The Webster Davis hoer muss meet i Ing was one of the most remnrkable ivashitik s I aceomIo the long appoint ed for the meeting Hundreds were away unable to gain ndmisHlon I IturnedI I Davis had just resigned as as Distant secretary of the interior in or C3C 3er to be free to tell what he had seen ItoJld heard among the Boers He struck the keynote of the whole r trouble when he nlduIf gold had not been discovered in the Transvaali y the British would not be fighting to conquer the Hoers today Mr Davis gave graphic tales of the I heroism and courage and uprdghtncs- II mofi the Doers and contrasted with those t qualities the brutality and blundering 1ofthe British 1 All shades of political opinion wer represented nt this mass meeting bu there seemed to be no division of sent ment when it como to expressing ap proval of the courage and patriotism of the Bocny Mr Davis oat ufully refrained from making any direct criti r Itclam of the administrations pro Brl- I t I ism attitude but his eloquent plea for American sympathy for tIUt Boers Wls z oven more forcible than n direct nr rat imment of the administration r Fr M L0 The republicans are now hurrying t 0 get through nil necessary logislatlo nnd force nn adjournment as early n a June 1 President MoKInlcy liar nil sorts of worries on hand the greater t one being the doubt of his renomina lion and ho has privately assured sume of his followers that ho would be glad to have congress tilt his hands us soon na possible Icuej Cnndldncy Admiral Dcweys announcement ol LEhis presidential nspiratlous has ooaact I to Interest Washington Its only of feet on the democrats was to emphasize their loyalty to Bryan rho ndiuinls trntion followers wcro worried cnougli to indulge In sneering criticism of the bravo admiral Dowrys naive announcement of his Cleveland brand oi democracy coupled with his official report as Philippine commissioner in dorsing imperialism nnd his nnturnl leaning toward militarism make it difficult to line him up where even nn independent nomination would develop any strength Friends of the admiral regret that his ignorance of matters political should have fired him with an ambition which has no prospect of sat isfaction Fur the WorklnKmen- Kesolutions arc pouring In on con gress from the workingmcn nil over the country asking the passage of the Alton nnd Lentz resolutions for tho withdrawal of the United States troops from the Coeur DAlune district The Investigation of time mining troubles in Idaho Is not finished In the house mili tart committee but the wage workers of the country protest against the con tinued use of the military in that dls trlct for the express purpose of terror izing workmen Into acceptance of the permit system which IIs In viola than of the statute Inw of Idaho and tIme constitutions rights of citizenship ADOLPJI PATTBHSON PROTEST OF PROCTOR The Porto Illco Oiilrnse as Viewed hT n ItockIllliliril Itr- linbllcsn thetstatement of the purposo of the moos nro taxing the colonies and tho dl po nltlon of the proceed and thnt of our bUlK in regunl to Porto Itlco The statement of the act of King George is an extract from Lord John IttWMiUa Life of Fox The bill impos Coder our messing duties on reveals urea Penn Itlco Is to kinds of mrchsH lls be taxed sad the tl 13tMeolonlnle1ulredtM payment or wen they ship to or re duties to bfo made In celv from this eoun gold and silver and try and are nave pro ordered them to be vided that the amount paid Into the xerloON or hereof t shallIformer parliament poeal of the presl cry duties they were dent to be used for slewpseparate fund to be exiettig or vhloh applied under the may hereafter be ss dtspostttoa fJl j8r tablkhed in Porto aq4no r protlRa Cs reef and for nuI rsadtngand lIenrlItg education pubUe thoeolonlea nUll works and etherRo publicVolumeptOrtdfd Mark thu resemblance in these two propositions that the duties in each ease both past and future are to be set aside for the benefit of the country taxed One difference Is that while our measure tuxes merchandise going to and coming from lorto Rico the- o British bill taxed only n limited num ber of articles coming tutu this coun try did not tnx our exports and this difference is in favor of King George But there is another vast dlTerence o in the two canes King George nnd his ministry undertook to impose c tax up on English people people of their own blood nnd race who knew their rights and dared maintain them who knew that the hearts of the English people were with them We impose these taxes upon a people unused to assert their rights in the past and powerless to maintain them if they had upon a people who welcomed our arm when it landed on their island as their friends theamisrule of Spain and who have con ducted themselves in the most peace able manner upon a people to whom we had promised to bring the immuni ties and blessings of the liberal insti tutions of our governnwirt and to whom we had said by the mouths of our highest officials that lo establish dee conalderatirinsy IsisoSpeech March 30 There are just two ways to get rill of the surplus that is so rapidly piling up in the national treasury Ono Is by repealing sumo of Ute war 8tnxos The other Is by authorizing time deepening of the socks of the campaign contributory thnt now have access to the treasury and by licensing a row more contributors nnd n few more ex greatlleartIt is therefore not unlikely that his perverse hand will puih on the flcwncl planN Y World- Imperialism is very umpiring in blowing horns nnd beating drums but when it comes to setting down Hie cost pennydrainedproflleIt nextsyear by our congress amounts to be copIln parfornwrtbAtboestablishtmentllttsbllrgI Post In hit annual message to con gress In December tart President MC Kinley said of Hawaii Thin jeoplo of those islands nro entitled to time benefits and privileges of oar consti mutton If Hawaii why not Porto Plco now cat thU republic alai fish of one of ItnJprtrsi aril fowl- of r un thcrN Y VoiUi I L BOERS ARE FLEDUB ii toVeummtthe War About Ended tiiifllrdnir JVcwrn to the I iiiliJ hnpyre nuil tin llrllUli AVnr mice ltMl I i lime 1111 Ill 1 t Nosvs Krom litrit llolirrln ar 1po Town April UH fitrorf0rit jJhuIOPII l rIrma o Lniuloii April 17ConnItHfha ports regarding the conditfblli Ti t Vepcner continue But nt tlifo lieur r1t1itUtWK frJiOOOi iI I since April 13 which indlcateihht every effort Is being Iput forth lojr ih sdy the great defect hi the BritfaljocJ gauiantlnn Tlio i hlef Moor delegate Fischer nrcoiiiMiucil cal by Dr lcytls visited thu prcildvnt of tin IMal11 cnblnot Monday nt The Hague hltthe doings of the doiigulc creatt JjUu jMioulutloii in RuglnndtFrederick VIHinnt the vctci ijtatir orrespondviit who arrival uV Soufh 3rdhtaver but that guurllla wnrfnro wduW 11 contlmio for wmie time An ofltofal bulletin usual fitLrQ tnrla April 13 reports that thg burghers captured GOO slnu laterod axun At Wopencr mad that GQnljronc mwt Umt tiny deicnted tho BrlUgli causing then to fly in the direction of Wolverport apparently over th lli Orange river Tho Irish Amerirtn ainbulnuca ar rived at Pretoria April IS The Boer report no casHinUfqjpdarr hug thu recent fighting nt WurJcfljifon London April ITA sncgtSti d1 fit patch frond ulymnlth tinted AJfirR IB OHfl n m 1111811JnUt spout have Just rlpgfletlI that the liners In the lilHltftlkffeto tl dtetrlut Jioe rttlral boynatl ttwPittg ralJurg i Other information toiuto U don rtrm the report that the 15M r Imrc i succeeded in fetowiitj up tittleiportsnt colleries near WMeulB rompletely destroying lip Cngl hativeii and floats HrHinlfort Krktay April utIxiureiuMi Marfiies l1ght1ng vH ItmlMintit horse at Jnliuntjrgbur drift eootlBiin Commandant Potni I i 1the1 Brabmnts awtUtane There tres I so a brush with a British column arttaming towards Ilulfontrln 1thotA decisive ie nlt All the foreign iR tcchM UN now here 1 i JA1titfmt 11rI1 lLIo1d U IHM tjirend 1JIM not fur and wfqf t0 ratrh the adventurous eommvidoi that lave t1ces making mlKoliTf Ila the wjiitlieattfm part of ihvMtaie Thr net hams trot yet lbeen drnArii in but at the headquarter of LoylI totr ests tilt Impression exists tknt trot mwer of tke hoes ID dtirdrtfuig V Dully News tH rreioiHlent IUs theta fleeing to time MiHtlioflBt a flnndard Rorrwpondeut ruports thom I lleOlij northwunl a flatly Telepniph con+ xpondent says that some are gotn north and otltora south while n Monr tug Lost reptjtDHtaUvo says It Iin not doliitIKvIdently Lord UobcrU are slloh un to enable him to concentrate n largo force rapidly at any point lice Boers being aware of thin are preMiined to be thinkiiff I now chiefly of retreat The luvoHtiiient of Wepener accord lag to 11 speaks dispatch from lliocni + fon ton has absolutely been abafHfflitI ed Avcgrdinir to n UUIRIIJ chip trhl a the floors are unablo to retreat nortlt 1 j ward because tho liritisl atrnsly- hold l all roads Diverse reports some from aleIII 1IllTdi and another aging that ome of tbroij are close to Lrdymnith tj London walla eoufldently for aIVi niCMt immmliato announcement fur news favorable to the llritixli IHA rillIdi torln chiefly on account of tlirUjkI of horses many of which die In hit trasstheh ntjr by rail IH made In open truJK that the arranKimont for feeding rift watering are inadequatit and thrG i it1I1hnhlw Despite the unerpy of Its Uife era abroad the war olllee foriv J nitwit liffleulty in atipplyitig till ratmoim number of horses n IllIlrllll C i4ChIlUnlloo Wpurtof the strike of the telegraph ojirrjir tors the strikers claim that fni ife PlMIIIWtrlllnilcard rights without awilmaiirc from the train dirputaherx rnu iiig wri OUR dolayaIetvey timid llrynn l u Mrrt f vWandme4thereI tiefirstannounced he wits H proNldinlinl f iap dilate Both time distinguished glltlr are nwnre of time prtrnpittlvf 11illg Miinpy 1111 Under thr asps f 1lilyyjfc earthinl tflits Hint ntnfinnt In till 7infKnc t dthed iIto I I J IDEAlH RELEASED HIM I IAn turd Mrlher Wont In Meet nor Cniivlvt Sun With it 1iirilitii nnil- Kuuntl Thul Ito Una JiiHt bled AtlantA GR April IS vVrmrd with s pnrdon from time jrovwriior for the rolrse of her boy Charles Mrduc his nlil mother hastened to the scene or her HOUS coiifiiiiinunt ouch so nnxiou war she to rnioh leer HOII niul impart to him the good IIUWA of his rulensi lint she tailed n pushing mh and tfnr time driver instructions u lose no time When tho drtrcr halted nt till nips the mother rushwl in to tin trtmnl In charge Site nervously boa+ l Itll him time paper which monnt free dent to her son The governors pardon IH ttunecos nary wild the guard teuderiy Your non died a few minutes ngo You volume too lute with your Nirdon- Mm MeCnbe lhOt1I with grief re nirned to the olty null made arrange meats for tho burial of her sun Tin boy had Iwen sent to the coinlot camp for IS mnntlm for u mlwlciucnu or He hall erisd live inontln of hit list iris health had been fnlllnp 11Itrlllsumo time y DBANANA TRUST The Xntlonnl laoelllou of Drnlrri alcclr In Chlcnaro tit Porinulntr i iOIIalllnrhloojjo April II3Ilemmtns dealers- from nil thttItWaI and western talus met here to attend a apodal Mention of thin Natinnal lloHnnn Jot terra Afwodatlon of the Inlted State The objoet of the meetlitf was to take action in regard to tho alleged 0- lli nnpoly In tM linjwirtatlftn of la nanas which It is wild la now almost completely controlling the trade in this country Several plans were tug jretitwl fur flhtlH tho to culled trust no of tot most favorably reeHriHl being the purcliago by tho ajwoelntloa SIanlbIIIOIHhraSouth AnM riaan etuiHtrle and n flue of Kteament at its own Tlie forums lion of an Imloixtndcnt ntsjoeintioa of wswtrrn dealers wu also itkienitneil at length STRUCK A MULE A FrrlBhl TraindtYrrekcd Kllllnir rno Iles nn1 Nrrtuusty luyur hut Mite fibers Cliattanoofn T1 cats April 16 A fhrauKb frelsltl train OH else Mouthrrn- SAllway struck a music slid war wrrk 1tit white rntuiluic ai fodl speed near liOntxrilla Ala Tim awftiHwr lrry Airmstrong nail the nWman iSsortjr OctMtrac were klllwl and Ave of eke train avow ware Mrlemtly injured The engine plunged down a steep itfflfibanfemimt Tim freight tmt+r crowd 4u1t sort tko ovoolwrnud m9 ami RI1y QaJJ9lt Ilydy d MJ1oeaftJ- ttnd aroshoil to death In also cab unth onglncur awl fireman who Mad1 rr lutoly tuck to their part Ire wmX vauceii n delay of IS hours In tlie running of trains on the Memphir dl vision INSURGENTS ACTIVE WL force of too Altncknl no Jlrii nt the 1111 Infnnlry =tern nt ttte lCtuterirsu AVrrr Klllfil Manila April 1i =Chi incurtrnts aupposedly MaMKAoM oommnnd urn again active about the Mnrivales mountains across the bay from Ma nila A force entlmated nt 100 at tnohud Itnlanga where throe com panlox of the 3td Infantry arc station dun Monday night but WHO easily ropulwd Friday they attaekef Cnpt loldmnn with SO men of th 33 l njf intent near Orion killing two Amer 11 finns Goldman then retired SundaySnlctnifr8ctlnrged and risk xtk1ieea- Cool alines CloClt Kitoxvllle lean Ajiril 15Tht rhlBtl8 and 1ratervlll coal tnineH ojigmted by time Coal Creek tool o near this city are cloicil Three hun ijrotl men lure struck domniMlingr that tour union men who hall Iwen dis qjttiryod be rolnstnlcd lime strike in vary orderly The miners wore fmUOtleo to return to work Sot urllll Or to removo their mining tools nnd MIIHUC tIll companys t0iinn hotmea Nothing lint yet been done w Jinutlirrn Anlliorrss Dtnil Mobile Aln April 1SSin Klla both Whltlleld Ilellnmy inithoreHM iis fluftd nt her homo in this ifty surd K9 years She was tIll widow of Hr Iftlwnrd C llollumy stir uon in thr QOnfwHmto army Her twi known tw 11uOld Man filbert html a large Vogue because of its faithful portray Al Of southern Kooiul oondltloiiM llel fast novel Trials of Itniiv linens tpunrcd lastt year CliinliiW n KrntucUy San lrnncl co April tLbars- Henry F Luwton widow of tic genes al cattle up from her IIOIIH In lied InndH nnd will bo thin guest of nr Shatter for u few days while cloning up Koine hnslncjiN nffalr prcvlonn to tAkingup permanent residence with her family In 1cntucky nrtHBiiiis tit Cigar takers New York April 1Or1he 0000 cl gar makers who have been locked out hare declared n strike and say now that they will not return to work until n rinse of from t JJ to n per week IH triads In their wages A general smite 1 is threatened Ilno ton New Coal Kleld London Ky April toThe Louis illlo Nashville railroad will shortly liulld n branch line from tn t Rburgh UOM countyto Mnnchcrtlcr Clay cpun tyx where there arc rich coulund ol a rr WALTHAM WATCHES Sir Joshua Reynolds when asked by an ambitious young painter with what he mixed his colors replied With brains sir So in M watch making it is not alone the value of the jewels that makes a first class watchit is the brains that have planned its construction Mechanical skill and knowledge have made Waltham Watches the best in the world m e Wallfam Witches ore for sate by all rcfalmn ers a Poor connections arc the bane of travel ing Here are some good ones Trains from tho Southeoit which reach St Louis in the cvwilng without exception arrive between six oclock and twentyfive minutes pot ovcn At half put swan the Wabash Otinrjon Ball miss for OrnaJw thtts one goodI one At 75S text you Ire in Omaha via any other route not much before noon At 830 only twenty five mini utes after you arrive tbeII Overland Limited Starts for Oftden Salt Lake Butte Helena San Francisco Spokane Portland and Seattle theres another- A fehto hn lvr mt letr tfttasHshevt M some tMHff wotlh k swing 11yN Meal I reach any- weMe cltr yes nn bee tell sueclae Islennetten shout year beet train and roatttttton railroad and- atecplrX ur tare etc aril the rile wilt IK suet Address C 8 CRANK Otal PMir sndTlcktt At 8t Louis Gi T u lti TAtQeuC- t UI Jf I Imt WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO 180 Winchester Avsnub New llamas Cons tW f Y iJ CHICAGOTO OMAHA Free THRew TradeMark Wonderfully Convenient 4 morning Double DailyService Nellllhfnanford Dubuque Waterloo Fort IksiroaniCouti IIhlDrYofImnklDlr an sleeping cats free reclining cliulr care dlnlnccars tend to tho umlrnianml fnrn tree copy of Pictures and Note EnRoule Illmtrst Inl this new line in ecn from the car window Tickets of acBDtn of L C It It situ connecting liner AII 11 AN8OV 11 A CUICSRO VALUABLE PREMIUMS On every nnpnsad plcklce or EN16NUS OATH entitle you to valuable premiums Illus trated list mailed upon apptl cation to manutucturcrsr FRIENDS OATS a i b1L5QATINK IOIYA FOR TALE RY ALL ROOFRS- ItP AnNiLS OP TiltS IIPRnl- 8I1UNO TO BUY AN1IIING- AIIVKIITllltU IN ITS COLUMNS SUOULU INSIST utON UAYiNO- IYIILr THKC ASK Volt ltEFUS11V AIL tiUIJSTI1UT OIL IMITATIONS BOYS We Set You Up In Business lie want bon for Atrnla I In evert town to Belt 1 THE SATURDAYIt EVENING POSTIOf Philadelphia J Wo will famleh you with lea copies the ant week FREE OF CIIAROII you uateen tend us the wholesale pries far- sinunyaiyottflnd I you ua sell tat theeeksalt I Vooean II s tint many people who will be glad to patronize s bright boy and will aIm to buy of you every week if you de liver it rrululy at the house J wore or office You can buildup a rrjulir trade in a short time I perma nent customers who will buy every week You can In this way t urn money without Interferlolwith school duties and be Independent A Kandiomely j e Illuitrate4 magatin need end I I I 1 puWuhtdIweekly at fII ItheCopyI IISend3Full11PartlfularaRemember nTssj EnliNfllorlCo171 years old the oldkrit paper In the UnitedaStatnc aUtihedl7lf II- by enjlmlntanklltJfand hai the brtt wrimi e of the worldcontrib b itSopopuhrthatahuno tldredthotuandscribers were added toelI Ira Hit the pale resaI ITkeI 8ll llti T NOT mCKb rr Ute wwn al1 melt ton iIa bUM pfd Stied I UJdltcnratd4 SttyL1 D ROPSY iulckr NtW UISCOYkxr lIhndIQwonit gives Mks aonrartttmnntatasnd J I Free lie It Il Oltl YNa BONNTIII I AtIDIIlIUse Certain Corn Cure PrlceilSc as IDc- c I 4 II- r1y 1- IT MEASURE SIGNER Porto Rico Tariff and Govern a ient Dill a Law of the Land tiltiimr of the Cuaona llf ta door mill Ilir Nclicmo f the CIII UovrriiiiiPUt fur tint Iklunil Ellington April 93Tho jtronl gird the 1ortu Hicnn tnrliT nod J overmnent bill Only Secretary jTiul Sir lortctyou till iihHistant HJV to the prtkldont were preu el tho bill lueanii it law bill provide thut from tlindate pit + iro if tit nut the KUDO IN s n VH are levied 011 ill food fOreigutJen as line levied on the wune K rntrrnlg the 1nUvd Staten mice to nV v which IiaH free entry Into KilUil Htato IN to pay a duty of TH PIT ouud on outorlnp Porto cntlllr litirnry and hftiMtlc J j Irhlttlwi Iticu free of duty The tariff MI of tin bill relating to duties Ten UII lnited Ktelwt and Porto pros isleu that nil mereiiundlKu ttjf into the Tutted Statin front Rico and coining Into Porto from lie I lilted StntM Mini be td at the s rnil MirtM of entry pay niiit of i 5 wr cent of the i whirl airy rrqulrwl to lw levied ted mid paid upon like artlelu- stierrhaulie Imported fmm for countries j shill ollcvtrd tinder this KCC salt W plmed at the dtpoKal of president to IM use4 for flitTfjood IlImrtiL of Porto Kicn until tho tnnritt of Porto llfon hull 111- 0ClI1Ulllr1 when tire money col I niiall lw tnriuil Into the loral nry of Porto Itleo ie ipnrrnnipntal provisions of then TIn rupltal skull be 4t Sun M lVi onn who were Spunlnh NbjrHii April II JMrti iinil Ulan hnve taot rleHrd to prenonT tlwaTlrqlnnco io Kpaln art held to by CHUWIH ot Iarto filet anil entitled to this pro tertion of tliM mite it Btnte The dmiirnallon of tint laxly politic IIn Hinder the xtttnoI1ltt TemiltMf 1orln Uiro nil hires Gael ordinance of Ports Jtict now in fnrve shall eoBtlnim in full IlIffO MINI effort txecpt tin ultereil b the art or bv millUiry ordern and uhirh err hot inran ilftit wtlh tilt Ilttvn of Ihn twdnl HlHten 1 lie oM law forbkldlMK the snarlgr 01I pricHt soil HtlHUter IIN nIwale1- 1hr l tcwechi of P rto llleo ire to be tintiirHlliii mid tfHttUH to Clio Von asro elf rtiv tsireij 1lHk4a ttOAftlui lows TMrtn 1 lure Mitll ao tx nieff t lip PMHI Ifolnj mlwl at M ienji In t3to rxihanyi Threr month after tbi net taken effcrt Iorto mUD eeinx arty UK io lie hKulI tender The irorvntor iU to 114 aplusintl hj the prr Ment niiil hold hlk tlmhI four ymr luiv Inp the pntrrter ronfrrrtd on jrorrm tir of tnrritorlr of Use 1 nited State lint IU to mcki hla rvjMirtN thrinijfh the w eiTi rjf of rate to the pniildPNt An rmitivi iMHinrll la to he Hppolllt r l lliy thr pre hint sad rsuflnas4l hjr the TMUtt mnei Inr ofn 4ntary- nttrner xtmrril irMWunr nu Hl ir roniMiMioiMTK of interior and idwta- lhn and flw other IjienMinn 1o hold oWcp for four years The eounoll s the MPHT lirn b at the Irjfimlnttiro Iiof whom shall IN millvmtI of Porto ltlrn The other lirsnrh ribwll W n Imltllii of deluMktvm to winxliit of U member el tjtHl Menniillv by the qnitllfled ehmtorn Porto Rico Ii Q1 vWed Into ncnpn dhartfU eaoli with five deloRnteft TIlt qtinllfletrtlotm for votcm Pro ttt swnc 1tUUMn u- tI111 of Porto Itleo xlmll be allowed I to vott+ Mlio Itnve b f01I boon nOt real drtitM for one year and who pomen the other iHnllfl titlon of votorn un der till Ilava anti military order In forces OH March I 1VC0 nbjeet to Mieh iufMllr llo i sad Hdnitionnl qMAllnrattnn Rttd quell re ulnttoiiH nnd reotalrtIDItM M to rofflhtrHtlon an limy bo premrlVd by tho 4jewilivo connell fie Jndiulnl turner Jet vrKted in rotirt MlriMily rrtnbllshefl the chief jtifitlvo nod n Mou1nti JtiilleeH mid inar Minis to hiI appointed by t1 e prowl dint JudpiH of the district conrtH mitt other laver by the governor of Porto Urn Tlierc IB also tI Tnltud flosses dlntriot co irt tnli1Mied Bull liart to otlur tirrltorioH The mlnrleN of nil ollleor appoint ed l y the pntidiMt alrPoIftrno 9lnoo i ecn tnrv Bttgrn4y inMml ntulltor itoniinltwionvr ot HK Interior JOOO oath trenrurer 40Hj eau litloNlnncr of edinwtion 3000 chief jinttir tiireme court and 1iilted btatcn dlntrlct judge 6000 Oath an nnciate jliMtlctii f4400 iweh twxi Minr nhnK1 cnoh 3000t dl triet attorney JIIXM NAexport dntluH ore to hft collected but taxes and JtClUnlr1I navy lot levied On the repular olrtrtlon day in November and ovary two yrthcrtnifter Porto llleo conyaaonltr a commissioner to represent the lisUinU At 11nsihmgtOn- Faalnry 5 08- Klllrtl Ills V Un ntiil Illtaslf lliihcrvillc Penn April J4Joe fitrlnfjer Wiled his wife by choklnt Carr to death and turn committed milI IIduo Stringer uxcil1 a doublebarreled shotgun on hlmueJt his brunt lw Ing- flown into an adjciuinj loom The eoufla had been separated nnd Strin I ger iui1 palled ou ljIIIi vvlfo ftfiklnr a recoil1llaif ion Ilncci IItlert Truitt 8 ilRcr l Fydney X fi W April 141 wens I eflUlally unnguticwJ dolt lit Maes and I as dcuthlt from iJllionic pJjhMp have Oct ilrrc ltrL I it The ilaraila af riiMieti Rerenleit The immcasB itAIOpe which iis now in bringthel world and to reveal the secrets of all planets ft may cause nn great II rhalille In tlae worlds thought ni Hottotteri Stomach Hit ten does In the phrtiral condition of ifilFor rmfroin dyiipcp ia conftiiMtionjkcr or kid 1107 troubles the titter itrWgthen the entire system and also prevents malaria fever and ague Try it uTheif nrl6llertown so rapidlike Knottdiedabsut it an headed it Knott is Nit fa an the Itnott hon run him out o townnalli more AmericanA pun sinixa AVhpii llun rkprier Arn Hrluhtentngr the Intrrliir of Tlirlr Ilomri Now that the backbone of thii remarkable winter U broken houtekeeper are remark ThelgiJoatlonis dear and short lived I kaUomines areIaperII and scaly paint iin tartly The me of AuchI nrlOIncoaling it dean pure and whaletome It anyonetherei it lii long lasting t Ortnlnlr n IrUe nonattII A tMcber of music in schoelt of the south dedrcd mprcu pupils with the uleI ming of the signs theII Anti fi in ft Wlli they were about w sing l After rxtilaininc that roo saiduw tiii lreii if T nlcansfarte- whet I defT mean Silence rngnwl for a moment and then he I j fellowJSgliJjr New Uppincott There in more Cblarrh In this section ot the country than all other diseases put tOo gether sad until the last few years was suppourd to be incurable Fur a great many yearn doctors pronounced it a local disease and prrterlbed logd remedies and by eon utanto failing to cure with local treatment prononn ed it incurable Science has proven l catarrh to be a ronttiltitional disease and treatmentHairs l i limey k Co Toledo Ohio Iis the only i Ielaktnaipoonful It note directly on the blood Tiieyoflcr iI fails to cure S od for circulars and tetti Toledslltlfs Virally Pill are the bett Itnprclrtl liar Conflilrncr PoetessThe Porn I tent you Mr Ed star oootams the depet secrets of my aelti IMitor I know it madam and no one uull ever find them out through me fitrsy Stories YiAk Your Ilritlrr for Allans Foot tase- A powder to Misko Into your shoes It rests the foot Curc CornsllunonsH wollcaHoro lot Clllleua Achlnir Hwcutlnir feet and In tmnviBif Nails Aliens KooVKaoo hakes drufutstaandAildroas Allots a OluuuxJ Jx Hoy N1 Thin tntiit tuUnawStateJlernalTo Curr n Coil In IJne par dtTsxaUve Ureaeo galsdne TnMeta MI- nltpk4a raoal ntHIOj lilt fnlatages L A Hrnnlnr ninl fl1rtdThllieel Cartrrink watlagCarterspour ink foqoUn1frtaI I nsn awn Piaoa Cur for OowMmnUon vnd till Jif three esngM1 Tlpa RoMiifl iUplt Stwtt Norwich X V ftb 171000- la every fysi11 And an oW roan tryiii MAIIKItT UUIOIIT- I rinclniintl April 10 CATTI1I Common t1 10 5M C- OSolttct bttlehera 5 00 fin Ii lei CAIV15S ICMrrs 07- 5lllnSoloet iweUera 5 75 S SO MijyHlI imrkera S CO 1i G 70 SlIKKlnioIca ffC 0 0- 01A1lty4rxlni 0 00 ir T 11- 5KMHMt Spring I ml 3 oa by a 11- 111Y11JVINo 3 red 11 75 OKN No 8 mlvfil ftj lijy- 01ISI No 4 ntlxwl tiJi 18 itYEy o I i 11- 61111cbulee timothy inH 50- MlWSlOfJKI I OMS1M- 1AUU n T If- JftITJtlt Ch dairy 11 ffi 11 Choice 1rnnnierv 0t o- AIIIJCK Ch t0 Titey if l 4 W- JOTATOISS 1or bn 1 U Pi 1 60- TOIIACfO few 100 pilUJW Old 1 III CMC 75 patent lutulO- F60t11111n 3 00 fill 3 70 I WIIKAT No J rail1 1l puA No 3 uprlng G1tt D- alCORN3 ir3UOATHNn Ia 5 1tUltio 1 a i144- 11111M1aissl uIl lOOt IR B IAlil llalal 7 YO a 7 3r NKW Yom ITOril Win patent I 70 i4 0- 0WuKvrNo1 It ml tf R11A- COItN4o I 48 1s OATSXu t1J S i4- UYKI IIIlstlllIIII O- a1OllK Ale Mi tJ 00 lAltDStwim 7 70 JIAUTUMOUB llOUU W7n paloiit 3 OS 1 S5 w lIKATo 11 OS I OSVi Southern tIS 731- 4OItNNO tl mixed 42 1 4sG OATS No S mixed IW CIIIIhst IIlnl 4 75 uY5 Hi 1IS WiHtont A 80 u +0O INOI NAlOLia VHBATXo 8 ml TO 7S- COHN No S mixed df1t- JAIsxi a mix llu i T4 LOUISII1GI FlOUR Win patent 4 25 ffi 4 5- 011llEA1ao Z red 18 Qs3COltN Mixed tu 13Y OAlSMixed u S7s I01thMesa ftilT 50- UAUUStciim apc 7 f3 A 1 SENATORIAL COURTESY- The Gentleman from the South Cnrc Ray and the Sinntc Was iljotirncil Senator Pcttui of Alabama fis the most owllike member of the senate lie isopondcroiuly solemn that he fis unconscious ly liuinorouH dulyliestatesmen now fait dUeapjiearing It is estyt tn tee in the dogmatic manner in which he lays down the law to bia senatorial colleagues that he hut been a judge Bespeaks with grsat deliberation nt the rate of about six word a minute and each wonl is em phatirxjd by the wsvmg of ids chin whiskers His gettnny are confined trt ft wide sweep of his ann fmm his Itftdv and an inverse mo lion Kverything he does or my isi serious adjournheI quintessence of solemn dignity For Instance the other afternoon when Mr Spooner was talking on the Quay case Mr Prttu aro e I should like to risk the senator to give way for a motion if he pleases remArked Mr Icttus uttering each word as if the fate of the ration depended upon the answer f will agree to anything the senator I smilinglya questionIto do that said Mr Pettu still mysterious but I want you to give way to a motion SpoonerIti IP hla melancholy voice and without a nlire member of the senate laughed and the mdliou to adjourn was rnrritdWclb ton Post BELIEVES JN HORSE SENSE VeterliinrUu Converted k 7 r Sick Steed That Bought a JJ out or Experience baa convinced me that there is such a thing as horse sense said a voter roar surgeon who line a shop on the South side A friend of mine had a beautiful chestnut driving mare that was subject to severe spells of colic About a year ago she got very sick and Jones the owner hruuRbt bier over here for treatment 1 eared for her and she seemed ss grateful as a human being might rubbing her nose against my coat sleeve and showing her affection In her wayOne shout six months ago up 11eI came to the door of the shop moaninir and heriwas no one Ilr stable that day and that she bad worked the halter off and had set out to find the doctor Curious circumstance stud tlie man etarylinti1fllkl the doctor Three days ago I came uotn to any office ia the morning about nine oclock There lay the chestnut mare in front of the door dead She had been taken sick had made her way DtI before to the shop in the night and found nobody there to give her medl vines and she had tiled Now if this storyI itnt proof that a borne rin mason I would i llkn to hoar something tobeat JS Chicago later Ocean r fuGhlrPikes Toothache Drops CUte m one rulaule- II Fortune sometimes favor the brave and trapPaukc I vAxFAWtIri DraM do oat stain the druggistThe dluVrctne see and sawisiavI retgo Davy News Stops the Cough and Works Off The Cold CURESLA is is THE Pkountut most powerfulI effective and 1 nova REMEDY for I LA ttllllFli nod If all knew what thousands know of the efficacy of 5 faot M4 DltOl aa a Curative as well as a of any Ache or Pain known to the human body there would not be a family In all America without a battle of It 5 DROPSI Send for trial bottle 2Sc or large bottle con taining 300 doses 100 6 bottles for UI1ECH ATM JUKE CO 1U01O1 li Lake HU ChlcuLo Ill S3 SHOES vUulanvd by over r 1000000 wearers j no subilltute claimed to be on WII extra for carriage State kind of leather sire and width LIsin or can toe Cat treeIW L OOUGtA SHOE CO oektonWas constant cough D A simple cou1J is Uad enough but II chronic cough III dll- DJrrotSyrup Tu kt lid Dud be cured I 1 1FAIR WOMEN SPEAKF j 1 F l Peru na for the t4 I J MRS COLONEL HAMILTON That lVruna lias become a household remrOy in the home of Mrs Colonel Hamilton In well by a letter from her which Rays I I mgrItoii beefs oklnJr the same for some time n 1lm enjoying better health now than f have for some years I attrib i ute the change to Ieruna aid rec ommi nil Poruna to every woman It to be especially beneficial to them Mrs residence Iis 250 iioodalc street Columbus Ohio I Mrs Margar eha Dattbcn t No 1314 North Superior street Racine City Wito says I feel so veil and good and health ful now that pen I cannot describe It Pcruna Is everything to me I feel healthy and well bul If I should he sick I would know jvlot to take I have taken acv eral bottles for female complaint I am imthc change ot life and it does me CCI IIav you catarrh of the head i tiiri pins fctomach or any othur t organ yr jho body If RO write to Dr Hartman at once lIe will send you directions for treatment without charge Address Dr Hartman Columbus Oj vast No All trains via the Cotton Belt carry hand some Free Reclining Chair Cars from Memphis to prin cipal points in Texas without These cars are with chairs which can be made to recline at any thus affording an easy seat dur ing the day and a comfort able place to at night lI MISS ANNIE WYANDOTTE Miss Annie Wyandotte queen of the operatic stage and dramatic soprano says Fifteenth St and Jackson Ave Kansas City Mo Dr Hartman Dear Sir PerUnn ban been my salvation It has given me back a beautiful voice a gift of God U hips brought me once more to myold prof- essIon I can talk now and sing where before I could scarcely whis per Can you wonder at my delight I wish every person who is suffering as I suffered might know Peru ni Only those who have been afflicted can ever know the Intense satisfac tion and that comes with a complete cure My voice was com pletely gone April 15 I felt so elated over the of my voice that I Inserted an advertisement In The Star for vocal pupils The advertisement which cost me 65 cents brought I me five pupils and that was the be IJ clasniYours Annie Wyandotte- A Inflammation or nl ceration of the mucous membrane of the head ltd neys or other organ is known to the medical profession as catarrh It In known by different names such as dyspepsia Bright llsease female diarrhoea bronchitis con and a host of other names Wherever there Is a mucous membrane there Is catarrhs acute or I to uh i In addition to tin Through Fro Chair bar Cotton Belt trains etr equipped Wrlto and ten ni vrbm yon are Rolnp and you wilt leave ifnU we will l timeA Trip to Toxaa if IGWISTfA shllJt TelL D D StlU T T A Oillttixj- jE Ten W 0 P and T A Gt Louis Mo rR- N I I MISS CLARA STOECKER I Miss Clara Stoecker says I had chronic catarrh for over a year ttried many remedies but found no rr lief until I saw an udrertlsement in paper of your treatment for chronic catarrh 1 tried it and I thlnjej I am now well I 1e rp na- to all friends who are with catarrh Miss Stoecker llvcsfat PIUs burg Pa Mrs Margareth rltz Wilcox Olcla my sincere thanks for the good advlco i believe I would be live I ing now if it were not for you I with flow of blood for four months and the doc tors could help me but little They on me three times It was very painful and I only obtained lit the relief I was so weak I could not turn In bed Then T applied to Dr Hartman I did nit know whether he could help me or not but I his advice and used only threr boU ties of Peruna and Man alhn NOW I 4in as well and aa strong as Lever was thanks to your remedies Pelvic catarrh leas become so frequent that most women are more or less with It It Is usually called femme disease LAXATIVE BROM04UI1NE Y TABLETS I A KLONDKE SCENEt NOTEEvery horn Klondike Cuba Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets for Colds and Grip In fact it the only Cold and Grip prescription sold throughout this which evidence of its virtue and popularity This olt appears on every box of the article No Cure Pay Price 250 falling Rheumatism nSbCATAKKMl Preventive SS- aWAXNOV waLa DOUCLAS 35O BHIPJ w1Uouglupricestamped le41Ihoiildrocelptotpricesndta rauuhsCores itaJUduliCalgbsyrup Cough acI Works Wonders Sexiii Catarrhal Altments attested believing Hamiltons ThrouhChui1CrIthrough change furnished angle sleep gratitude restoration gratefully congestion whether stomach complaint sumption congested chronic Texas1 ThotODltorttheCottonwhen aaldepnectloorwllcaw1Y12yuwiaulnurcatineelnnplooljet rglDrJGdSLPLirilhTrsa rllnlfTPAOeaptlsTecs ILIW11PLQsdltatlDlh UBEAUME the recommend my afflicted operated followed afflicted sells In 3 or 4Years aa Assured If in western snailn too IAIII tit plenty 111110 truth ptnpblets +Ir1ng I i of delegates etcnn1 lull Information alwtMupsl nil ar rate can Ira Jea 0on apphlcatlon IO JIII Baperlntcndont of Imrtilzratlou Dvpartmcr itIntorlorOtlawn Canada oriudrm tduUnilH lUrnt who nil1 mall you atla es imiupliliU etc tt3ot COt K IKOlKY lAe4Canada fir ti U U 4Ay1 N pIplaeldL M U T ItOLltia lndisnsObs Iml PILES vrlteslextend givenI hn- asulfured signature comparewith Gentler Druggist territory striking genuine To lodcpendcnccls jotttnLonpTOurhomn fsrgierwbobrebecomoaealhrInrnwlugwheatre1 yultofInoslgtaltoot lr Wlllats Indian Pile Stnu eut trill eurdlllIDd itchingtumorstulOy IDS ni Once act ai Q- IOUILlIJllnUn santlllchmaof thoiitlTAtu part At di u glwprtwill on receiptI el prleo AU cents AUdit o9 WUJJAiO MtXl co Props CLKVEULND Cuba ROPE ROOF5R8G fncluhndBuhUtuteaFay damps llouautr Cu CAM bRfi d sAB 18OO t i HTJ5CKiI Itent la this itupcr Y r r k 1 k 01 f 0 L Yt t11- I I- EE 1 t- VIi i Y i t Ji k Jl jj tl LrU 4 l s j Building- S v b i S eria J ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM r i BE8rI rI Doors and Windows Shinglest fco 1 Limo and Cement I Builders Hardware t Paints Oils etc l I LESTIMATES 0 i1 CHEERFULLYFURNISHED I r FEED STUFFS t i Corn Bran etc etc jjHnyOat1 I A WS Ellison v Il A Catting Replj Tristam Burgess of Rhode IslandI Iiwhileby Mr Ohambreling of New York The bald hcaded old vulture from Rhode Is land whereupon Burgess impromptu replied to Cambrelling who had a thick tuft of hair on his head ns follows I f arsonflily on earth has the baldhead been used as a term of reproach Has the gentleman passed so far be yond the vigor bloom and modesty of juvenescence that he has forgotten tin amiable instinct in our nature which i warns youth to pay that consideration to ago which it may desire for itself This inconvenience or if you please sir imperfection is I assure the gentle man no joke though ho seems to be or iginal in using it ns such It has been suffered by some very great men but quite rarely if ever has it beoh oxper ienced by very little ones Men better than I have been reviled Wnhlngtonwnsi I by n vagabond of almost unparalled mendacity and impudence Caesar is said to have been more grateful to tho llomnn people for grant ing him the privilege ot wearing tho tau 4rncrown than for any other of their gifts for the wearing of it enabled him to conceal the exterior baldness of his head But if It be true n Shakespeare tells us that what nature has denied min wit she has made up to him in hair then the gentlemanshould howln n tau rel crown would never like Ceosar have occasion to wear it for lack of that com modity 1 1Whosir reviled the prophet return j hjis 4Master with a countenance bright nnd opening glories of henven nnd wrapped in tho mantle of Elijah Who sir I ask reviled tho prophet for his bald head JIProftignteyoung men children as theyJI the very scum and scrap ings of the city and as we find by too minir mals that feed on offal Tho gentleman is out in his ornithol ogy as In everything else The bird of Jove and not the vulture is tho soaring wonder among men called the bald ea gle and sir never was that bald eagle in his prido of flight hawked at and brought down by the mousing owl t I That ThrebfciBg Headache quickly leave yon if you used j jWonld New Life Pills Thousands have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c Money back if not cured Sold by all Druggists 1TkeGreat Paris Exposition Tho present French Exposition whin I opened lost week will attract greater interest than tiny previous effort ninth in Paris to display before the world the products of the various nations Every government of any importance will bo represented and in the way of sight Cuing and the gathering of general in formation a visit to it will be equal to making a tour of tho world Owing to the broad views and the pub lie spirit early manifested by the America people regarding this enterprise fitandto tho liberality of Congress in pro K viding means for organizing a creditable and attractive American section our country has secured a representation which will arouse universal interest Tho increase in our commerce with European nations which will result inithto system 1 utic and extensive display of products I will wlthont doubt enlarge our foreign 1 i trade to such a marked degree that tho country will be repaid many times for tho wise expenditures authorized by the I t government The friendly intercourse which will take place between prominent and Influential people from all lands will do much it is trusted to bring J about better understandings between the countries and to foster that good will1 which is now necoisary among notions I andI1 peace Millions liven Array tItis certainly gratifying to tho publioI to knowuceru winch is not a Tho proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con rSsnmptionJ Coughs and Colds havo giv en away over ten million trial bottles b1 r randhave tho satisfaction of knowing iit has cured thousands of hopeless cases Bronchitis La Grippe and all1 J r e I Chest and Lung diseases ore rtf J JAstbma by it Call on any druggist a free trial bottle Regular size I i 1 00 Every bottlo guaranteed 1 Com is selling nt 215 per bbl att State Lino I k- I Y 17000000 Hickman Man Heirs 2 000000 T L Exersol the Miller+ The Man What npjtoaw to he reliable inform tion was rucoivod in THekwan Wedm day by Mr Theodore Krwsolo nftor wards continued by plJ i0ention io II St LouIR pap srto till eJfwjt that tliei Eversole roundly had fallen heir boar CK tnto of 317000000 from demised relative in Holland The inliorltaneo U nro tho estate of Ludwig Ulsehor of HolI land who died nine ywiru Bga At the tine of his death there appeared in the New York and St Louia l wlrtKS ttaeiuenU Inquiring for thi Amvnnan I heirs of the lnte flarl Ludwig blushI for he WIIB an Bftrhof Holland In tliie way the Erernoiea of Springfield l first came to the information of the death of tho Dutch Karl and relative Even then Draud Theodore Bvcnwle ha d so little confldencoln it tlutt they did not take any active IlteJIR but a uteter Mw Aniery felt moro hoj ful com monad corrosgrondanoeund ora4oyed a lawyer with the alledged above retwlU Dr and Theodore Kversolo signed tl necessary papow authorizing the lawyer employed by Mat Amory to ropreteat their Interests Tk rae has bees pending eight yenta the lawyer made III trips to Holland and han jut returned from there claiming that rite Eremile holrohip has been fully eatnblmhed and recognized and that the mat minion M I I tnow ready for dlftributtoM In Ute dis I tribuUon Mr TheodoreBTersoleof Hklt 200000a mtlR1hMl I I engaged in the mill buelueae He H poor man intelligent frugalindustriou morel and 2 capable miller Because o his oxi orieoeo and cepaeity m a miller men hue usually boon willing to put their money in partnership ar agaiiwt his iuallticntions Whoa first told by wire of his good luok naturally he wan somewhat elated but not dbwoncarted nnd only said Xow boys Ill show Uione Hickman people how to bunt a good mill He ways that all the preceding proceedings nnd facto causes him to be hove that the publication l in tho St Louis papers are substantially true and that if true to the full t exixiotatkm that he expects to retain a ciUzea of Hickman IUIDUY JUN i 2SJ Candidate JlHNl Enter on or Before Wiry 20 The 1st District Dora Congrnasional Committes which met in Fulton Tus day pursuant to call of Chmn Mott Ayers resolved in favor of a prima election to be held Saturday Juno 2mI for tho purpose of nominating a Demo cratic candidate for Jongross It was further resolved that if not more than 1 Democratic candidate should announ ItIt on or before May 20th that tho prima election be declared off and the announced candidate be declared the notm inee by tho Executive Committee Con grcman Vheelor is now a candidate for reelection and the opinion prevai- lthat there will bo no other candidate j ELECTION OP UItSII j I Tho almost unanimous passage by tho House of Representatives of a joint I resolution proposing an amendment to I electionhby of j direct vote shows that tho House least believes tho Senate should b brought closer to tho people Tho resoI lution ns first presented to time Homo left it to State legislators to say whet er or not the people of n State Ii veto directly tor Senators but an amendment making a vote by tho peo Pie compulsory was adopted amt tho optional feature of tin proposed amend ment is omitted- It is evident that recent events and investigations in tho Senate had umoh influence iu securing the largo voto iin the Hoaro 340 momudrs voting for tin o resolution Not Coming South I I The Washington Post interviewed alt popnlntlontlle migration is going to tho northwest In stead of south this year Tim farmers of Michigan and Indiana who haw boon living ou rented farms are barYin land in thn Dakotas whore it cant be purchased PorT mad tl8 an acre The soil J1 good tilt climate excellent uncII the markets are lbetIt tlmn they linve been for vonw I Scientific WondorI During tho last your mugaziiiM rim newspapers have devoted much apace t the discussion of ono possible uses of liquified air as a factor iu nmuufnotnr ing development audas n now liquifledI wont u chemical discover not a now QUO but one brought prominently now tho claim that it can 110II11adDClleAv enough to remove it out of the fluid OT morooxperimcntatiou 1 make it useful to mankind in Tarnish tag a motive power easily handled nudi controlled and producing JleatQr rOt salts than existing modes of applying stored energy Steam and ol etriuity had to win their way against opposition consider ed by able men well founded Llqaid air may after tho saute kind of a con positionti and progress I Our Delinquent TaWList 11th 1Irkunul Contloror 6 i d1 lit sent tax tavetrr lit Ifnlto nuty+ about min fourth tilt votO t iiI 011- t 1 tty ahatI A but stowlugf Brnvn- ehli1 tlliitnn Demooru f i1a a ulnrttl or nconl hill tl 1 i 1tlt of Bro Wlllkr wP- I 4It bthI 1 uun d dUhtt nun HtohltRU1 trio shorifl tl SiiI delinqunnt Ilint wns COft Ujidml t iwwan only ltIJ Mr SnUgMeia VHH h1tlltittUl SOO oturs Not such ikbjupliffivmg x FultonIDona hnx n borlnr ofi1nn I 1 Inton OURII Irhe Conner ntndo inn tI tilnn tillI the present or any formcrrSlionirs lh fort thin Fnlton Conuf t9i v r u mi- lrfu length and trouts tot1m twitto Ishow1I tho larger bordorty lavpan tlre- r state hue illllh It I Ilfp river nlllt hence the IftffuunlJJr iJfbe iiaI termination l4 that sovotttt b un t flea ers are In tints tray nrTM rei y that no flat c Hherlru r1t KEiUULKUNS SUREtiTHEY WILL LOSt Tilt HOllSfli neimnblicnn LcadeNuixlu astuuglo- M Four that n DemocraUojirrcjlilent i Also Is Cerialn 6 I Washington Allrl l4tor b1 8 I tuto sinol tine opening Qf ttmJ panic DlilllsItratli IIl lines are broken and that thlrirr tOn fronted wIth rout Mud lofeaU IThe couiDlnenucy whtah qiiaraot I riltCl ancimmediately following it JtIl Ivan wa j j ij to contusion and oaniilcl nilnuwtoiIIIi i that they can no longer foresee IHC M I lu the coming oleottons 1iiblr tilljj tM iu ipnI lipRJ that uiny nl1llfl I indications point to the tlefwit i of their candidate for tho presidency North South Host or West thou cor tespoadnuta mnko but one report to the Republican politicians in AVoshiuKtou popular difflntiflfnction and reeehuuojit over the Philippine situation ih cot tinuatioucf the war tnxea aril UH Ko publican treat memt of Porto Rkf i OKITUAR1V I Mrs Margaret Ioath wif ol I U T Heath distil at her houionear HI knta March 30 She was in Herjp von t She eominittod herself to Goo i early t life and became a m mbor othi M E Ohurah South in 1SCO iu vhfoh li lIv- ed a consistent member until the Max tor said It is enough como fbiglfer Many yenta m health proven r Dcl aneo at ohnroh service and rtftrwfedso olal enjoyment to that afforded tly her friends and neighbors Her lif Ynu bleasing and n benediction to ill who knev her She loved her cheAh and tUIIItimidly + 0 nn devoted enough to acknowlmlg ills as her Lord and Savior To know sinter Heath was to bvo her WItS tho privilege of the writK to Yl insryi tyean re ligion UDtttlao gcoduesii of OuU Sin p was a fricud to her pastor and retie al 1IIpornlblcssln fahlllyill1 spnsikly u Ithe writer and his wife HM nilTenng oetejHon passing away without it umriiicr ieavlnUnaleLevisl hi g it would not be long withJ hr would cotno to her They ware nn1fu hoc l ly matrimony in 1801hh A abort time before sir trltM1al away tmtloi ullAtrnotIonsfor a little ice after which lilt wnhtcd feUI1 asleep l u tothlilA J fl1IItAJR tiouWhichlad in his wiadoin lute reoal givenAndI ir A The soul U safe in Hcavm atr 113 Death er pt into till home rlnf and Mm W P JohtiHon tat Fridi hocn ing and chow fur its victim their little jinfant Babe little IUnn ll j Hi fairBAI Nei tit to IIIt him with them Pnnnb and trirndN did If thoy i allinhhutroutI11 I rtghtheyund ItefllnOurfull sunbeami gwl l miinuiI i InaUfaTtteT Lira Iiim I an cNoticeICReevespipercd tOOlmo mud esttlr the Walla flU nestp Bout 11 K K RiNIiVF s OO DR S K DAVIDON JDentisf iom IIIOKMAN KJINiKY Fln ovor Cowgill OIgla Drug Storo Z Mr Tho Host in the WorM 7olyrhRemedyl few weeks no wn n fWfg l with n ute HllllPand1 Imvinu rent in ImhIIhoU to IeRe m lrSeetmrt thenrEAnIOowmLl Gull ell DaRn will A M Ktaw Stale UIK dlrn icliit8 C1Thin lies rood tor IIntellectualI Thought Aenlililnk Intelligently In thin Nunn f- WHIN ami rnnier ef ftr for IIwMMtI 1tlM1ld11ft iHirllijsni llilnkiiiK itml the bM fl fr1NUe111Cent JhQlhl I rbnteeW + Ipaler Ir 1011 fni tltIIM AUd hrs hNprnnt Ilii luEltle se dullyI Ktiolf coon iarprtaat ta IaiIbt NI ltdundtlnuIiR t Ike jtalioy of a ndw- talera pluienl jmrty NMtn hlnc io l dl hI1l and It In re Ililvn to ibarpvclitf InfgrMblmet 1 Ar the la lil s tapiee er the day rhti I Ir41II 1 SAY her piper It rnWtbe new nw fully not iinaginilv eMurrtM but dune tlo and nerMiMm fully uiliDdeeded hIM The pelUlftf ef the grent 1M IIUi tl par- TI ennaiiI icribc rr the bel1 raeiHun ef KreptflK in touch With the whale Wield The Sim l vetlyrektr HtftvMle I Reyhrtt II lime with the U tef spee l l arilekn IItolIII by the lese ef llletnry talent Its half ten ilki trlUn hue at1 ready alai It raMn and their quality and fQ ntliy will W piwertiJ New A fMittr i M aUMMblne nltniMttMi tlare illeM rated anil enlarged epee In a asstYl I bath ID tai rtaiRtnc title That IU bay tear iu iu prH 1M and for tb Mr61 oftfc laiN the UIN lart faefclMM1 + n Pt ek aqukUelr 1111ssttaldanJ N pub1Iby St1 lfltrti t 1 Th HW rlpiWn nrlee t the eVmlI Wetklr ItepaWIe Iii 1 pr Iear Tb IIV I obis Sxsai +s rraIe 1 =lti M1ar llstb twperee H W ieelsl erect at Ik I very lew prle tftM for see rear Te eur ihla law rar b 4k sane be ordered and paid fir ttt the ulna dun Addreei all Jfdar t1lla RRPUBUC M Lout Ils- Farmers Freo OolumnI Under this hooding will bermfur If lixlrlnrlbrI en IHBM eev pru tlucts RoM Ie for sale free of enlllye Toblic Sale Uu Saturday April W 1000 all tho personal proporw of the late W II Onrliu will besot by tbe ndminUtrators nt public oatcrr ou Ue Promlaeean 6ar WCKxllnud Milu TMp See hand bilbj for partlonlam For Sale 1a good K sepal two as- a there to In tenl KontiMk I D IT TmiHMi i For Sale 14dI year roan male 35 hands high J w PrMnLLi i MRS J W JOHNSTON imBEOBU OP pih I at iicP Wyyanotcn o nJIIP Quo Mil South of Mavflelfl i Addruu all moil to May field yII CITY BARBERSHOP j lItr1toI patronago or take more plNlSlUfI In try InK to pleoxo you thttlt WA old trllalarbors TnnN ttalaII It IVT WILL lima Ica THE STEVE STAR I Ijlvery Intel feed l able Clinton Street went of Ilickmau Wars on Factory ICcops Surreyn Buggies Hoivctt ICs for hire Ktnry accomo ilnt Ion given Vbnr patronage solicit allai EAKER- Ge e et GrocePowell Block Clinton St Having pureharell the Grocery Sleek ef J C llonduriiii would lhe jjMffd Io hUll nil oldl friend io enll Frvab Oewln nil Clinics llargftiiH 1lnIJlt liNn c f OHIO RAILBOAD TUB POPULAR MNB FOIl Nli uluChloikoiii lnalOmaha Knn 11 fliy Petrol Toledo and all points North Knit and tteelI tM1lroJ Yen Or leniin Mobile Ulrroinnlmni Nash tllle Ch ttanpoj4 Monlcomerj Tbomns vllle iilnnla Auxuata Charleston Ba mniixli JftoksoBf llaTaroi Iort TIn a Alhiml gad nil poliiln In the Soulh eupl Blrcnnt Viilbuld Flat Class Conches with fmoklng room and complete toilet rnonifl and lavatories for ladles and gen ilemcn Porter in attcntlauec charged wlthibe coaifort of the raiMnprrr Alto VrallbuUd 1nlnee Bleeping Cara wilhI Drnwinit Roam and buffet between Bl Lout and Mobile New Urbana Mont irnmervi Thomnsvllle und Jnckion illc B U ULA1U Traveling Iasieogar Agent Jackson Teen Y HH i ItMAN WAGON CO AKltMlTlHItUM OF TIIK CKLKHKATEB H fI YWJ tINaL JCKMAN KENTUOKY i H T TVIKB tttft C A II 01 CO Milt T rut W C 40HSSOS N I 1 IXGHIMAXT BANKHICKIVEAN KENT OKY 1FJ fxsAsll3aeta tlt3tl IIL 11 wl4 Paid UpI Capital t 71 5000000 tUiNSollcltllto onr OuHtomeea OOllRl tent with EitabliBhod- Butikitij Prlncl- ploaDIRJOTORS KT TYUIBH a A HOLCOSIBE J KAYLOR W11 BALTZBR J W OOWQILL W L MoOUTOHEN M B SHAW Art i tkn- Aitt lLgaa Mann tt7eekA- Amu n N Alllara 14WMoWI 21bflrHtlucte trtei4 uses PHILLIPS BUTTORFF CONASHVILLE YEN N LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURR1S1EHS Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE PLAIN STAMPED ono JAFANNCD STove AND COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS w GRATES IIH1kDUMJtttbeo csmsu 14 r u EnIkIi atUs- Cew a minustjOe taMCfttM fttint 1A- rbrntrlkN rn nnr-err twin Icpps T t ANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAIL- ROADCALIFORNIA r VrA NEW ORLEANS From OHeiHMil and frtu toulerille every Mttnditjr tUtti Friday pram Ohlongo stets WtdHiHtd+y ItrIUJl oemluqlid Hen ihr imi iojM dnRLAI dud Snn pmaeiMi ran 145 Oriean In onnc tl1UN wlib id Melbra IIM fii OetiiiM lion noodle with lilr 1rAlx wit of New 0lIca ni for the Peet l Cumin The Limit ud f th Illliiftl Ctnlrnl1 Mnnetd on 10113IInll Thurniliys MI New OrUntif with Ike tiflAltft LlmitMl ef the South ran Inelflc giving ipMliif Iihrciigh trrrlao- Io ttan Nenndueea FULL IAIITIOULAKS nerrniug nil of Ithe bull on be bud ngiii ef the IllliioU Central fir bYllil drMihiR w A KfUnnd A O I A IxiiliivilU Ky a A P OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker IIIOKMAN KBNTGOKY aMH A THIAI when you wont ckIVE done or repair In AVngon So HorMioinr n specialty 11 alit keep n full line of Undertake rn Qoodo Common Rosewood und Solid lllaok Walunt Cofllna mind Case which can be filtnl up short notice and at reftion + aide price Giro ma R call Vggu Shop near the Jail MellWlo1t ISrN 11 cwt Iun5- trw1t1I s latter rte W- ectnm tbwn JIIlWtl1rlllft esi1rt tMt tt acmst- IWI llraunklt 1 jiubfrv ItoorMtu IMlrr Yacii rite Btu New Ytuuert +u- tirosflat Ju+ 1ailnc Iran Tritx rrnll 1rtMM QetutDiUi Or U TTttttl oam SetOn- sniikImemmrn llrUn bUT- Htlmoeta uu tarts Iletrbeunowur RfIUUI TUrw MUd kaIrI- IWt IAmp naafi Mumsnom arasl- e I ieU tee hoot In xbrrrIrani at Itanal- ew Item iotaaante Or1KlUbf a 9m oIIId rrA-apCbI n- Ln lawnVwtac Snu es q rhueeTUecea or of in JA suns Lam pn La LAa irnsLimo Wltki lava Cburs 1IUI I CnIbre Mat CA- aMW Uork Milk Nbkktn lUll 91ruen Cbpmrstout Kuunf e UntmOUnmn OnnTmtkIHICA04 Yntent rec i =MMwtt1WJIIt tlnkrylmiettotu m lfll- dr1II 1hfII uJan1IIItIIbn Still MsrtAA Sell ka4 Imes taut 1 XUIIINI- AatrattUPt nupea lien +ebttui tauntna- mvp SeeneTAW nTw WHOUIAK IIMD nIL II ARK YOUR DIALERS 1 split eonO- ATALO AND Pact Totktkuw 1 IIWIrnI TTaarotts TtMrnMCBtUt Toot fro VmtmtU ftuiklt vanwIlaaa UC04 turn WI rroaau Wtffl lroo Water tboMn Wkter niurAll toanaaal loud an ciiwIKatgamt ltltreeataea4ry scsi Darn J t i Cash BODk Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOORS STATIONERY NOTIONS duoe Call rind see our Stook Ever thing up to date MAUY UiniNiKfl tt Co iLE11 laitFettSne- oiior J 1 Io Win Dltitelbrlnk PIAtEa IN Fancy Groceries and Provisions MlQKMMi K lflVKY SSf FRET DELIVEU- YTelopliouoStore pit a No 94 j Relt Idenoe No 9flt t 1 1t A 7r n p 1 J-H 1i rI Jr I I Buildingcc v AMaterial I I II ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM I sBEH Lp Doors nnct Windows Shingles lave t LImo and Cement Builders Hardware i Paints Oils etc I 11 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY t BURNISHED i t FEED STUFFS I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc eteII LA PeW S t y v A CuttinR Reply Tristnm Burgess of Rhode Island while a member of Congress was culled by Mr Ohambrcling of Now York The i baldheaded old vulture from Rhode Is i I land whereupon Burgess impromptu replied to Cambrclling who had a thick tuft of hair on his head as follows Mr Speaker In what other assem- blyI on earth has the baldhead been used as a term of reproach IIHasthe gentleman passed so far ho yond the vigor bloom and modesty of juvenescence that he has forgotten that amiable instinct in our nature which warns youth to pay that consideration to age which it may desire for itself i This inconvenience or if you please sir imperfection is I assure the gentleman no joke though ho seems to be or iginal in using it as such It has beon suffered by some very great men but quite rarely if ever has it beoh experienced by very little ones Of Men better than I have been reviled by men no better than he Washington was caned a hoary headed incendiary by a vagabond of almost unparalled men impudenceCaesar have seen more grateful to tho Roman people for grant ing him the privilege ot wearing the aural crown than for any other of their gifts for the wearing of it enabled him to conceal the exterior baldness of his head But if it be true as Shakespeare tells us that what nature has denied man in wit she has made up to him in hair then the gentlemanshouJd ho win a lau rel crown would never liko Ceasar have occasion to wear it for lack of that com 1 modityWho sir reviled the prophet return ing from the blazing translation of his Master with a countenance bright andt opening glories of heaven and wrapped in the mantle of Elijah Who sir I ask reviled tho prophet for his bald head Profligate young men children as they scrapingshistorian fit only for food for those animals that feed on offal Tho gentleman is out in his ornithol ogy as In everything else The bird of f Jove and not tho vulture is the soaring wonder among men called the bald ea gle and sir never was that bald eagle in his prido of flight hawked at and 1 brought down by tho mousing owl Tkat Tferebbwg Headache quickly leave you if yon used 1 1Wonld New Life Pills Thousands have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches t They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c Money bock if not cured Sold by all Druggists j Tko Great Paris Exposition The present French Exposition which opened last week will attract greater ti tiinterest than any previous effort made I in Paris to display before the world tho products of the various nations Every I government of any importance will be represented and in the way of sight seeing and the gathering of general information a visit to it will bo equal to making a tour of the world Owing to tho broad views and the pub lic spirit early manifested by the Amer ican people regarding this enterprise und to tho liberality of Congress in pro Aiding means for organizing a creditable and attractive American section our country has secured a representation which will arouse universal interest The increase in our commerce with European nations which will result innthis system atic and extensive display of products foreignttrade to such a marked degree that the country will be repaid many times for tho wise expenditures authorized by tho CJIovcrnmcnt The friendly intercourse which will take place between prominent und influential people from all lands will do much it is trusted to bring about better understandings between tho countries and to foster Uiut good will a which is now necessary among nations in securing an era of harmony and peace Millions teen Away t It u certainly gratifying to tho publio to know of one concern winch Is not i proprietorsisumption Coughs and Colds have giv I en away over ten million trial bottles l and have tho satisfaction of knowing it t has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis La Grippe and all Tnroar chest and Lung diseases are drnggistfi 60c and flOO Every bottle guaranteed 1 1StetoI Linn is sellingl at 1215 per bbl nt t 1 17000000 1 Hickman Man Heirs 2 000000 T L E er8ol the Miller The Man What upponn to 1 rHiaMo infonim I tlon war recoiled Iin Hfeknon Wedn day by Mr Theodore Krwreole nft T WKiris couflrntHl by jMblfaation in i t h at Louis pHihirs to the direct that th Eversole Amiily had fallen heir to nn es tide of 817000000 from domed retatirm in Holland The inhoritimoe U hum tho ostnte of Ludwig Pigohor of Ho- C 1I land who died nine yenta ago At th time of lite duuth then npponred in the New York and St Loud Ialttsett adver fiat luentr Inquiring for the AMCTKWH heirs of tho Ihate Wnrl Ludwig Fischrr for he was an Earl of Holland In thfe way tho Eveiolw of Springfield Mo first came to the information of the death of tho Dutch Karl and rotative Even thou DrandTheodowBrewoJ Iwd so little confidence in it that Utey did not take any active step bet a sfotor Mn Amory folt more hopeful com monced correspondent And employed ft lawyer with tho ailcdged above result Dr and Theodore Eversote signed the necessary papers HUthorixlDg the lawyer employed by Mr Amery to n iresent their interest The cue has heeD pending eight yearn the lawyer trade 3 trips to Holland und 1ms fast relumed from thorn claiming tint Un Bvenmle heirshlp bas been fully Mtablfched andI recognized and that the MAt million ill now ready for dlrtributfon IB tM die i j tribution Mr Theodore Ermofe of Hkk man gets 2000000 mnlhnqI engaged in the mill ImsluoM lIe is a poor man intelligent frugal industriousI moral and a capable miller Because of his experience and oapHoity m a millet men have usually loon willing to put their money in iwrtnorehlp w agtiwt his qualifications When first told b wire of his good luck naturally ho was somewhat elated but not dfcnoneorted I and only said Now boys Ill shay Utwe i Hickman people bow to Milt a good mill He wye that all tin preceding proceedings and facto causes him to bc hove that the publication in the St Louis papers are Huustnntially true and that if true to the fullest exiwotatlon that he expect to remain a citlzon of Hickman PRIMARY JBXK2XIK Caudltl teM Msint Enter onI or Before May 20 The 1st District Dom Congressional Commutes whloh mot in Fulton Taee+ day pursuant to aaliof Chmn Mott Ayers resolved in favor of a primary election to bo held Saturday June 2nd for the Qurpose of nominating a Domo oratic candidate for Congress It was further resolved that if not more than 1l Democratic candidate should announce on or before May 20th that tho primary election bo declared off and tho an nounced candidate be declared the nom into by the Executive Committee Con gressman Wheeler is now u candidate for roelcction and tho opinion prevails that there will bo nc other candidate ELECTION OF SENATORS Tho almost unanimous passage by tho House ot Representatives of a joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution for tho election United States Senators by the people ofII threat vote shows that the house att least believes tho Senate should bo brought closer to the people The reso lution as first presented to tho House left it to State legislators to say whether or not the people of a State fthonld voto directly tor Senators but nil amendment making a vote by tho peo optlonnl ment is omitted It Is evident that recent event and investigations in the Senate had mnuh influence iu securing tho largo voto In the HOUTO to members voting for time resolution Not Coining Souls i The Washington Post interviewed an authority on the movements of popula tion time other day who declared Im migration is going to the northwest in stead of south this year The farmers of Michigan and Indiana who leave boon living on rented farms are buying laud in time Dakotas whore it can be purchased for7 und 3 tin acre The soil Js good the climate axoollcnt noelI the markets am bettor than they have been for veers Sclcntlllc udcra During tho last year magazine and newspapers have devoted mach space to tho discussion of too possible uses of liqniflcd air as a factor iu mauufnctnr ing development and as anew motive JilIUitloo went u chemical discovery not a now oue but ono brought prominently now iulo uotlco by tho claim that it can bo made cheaply enough to remove it out of time field or moroojcperimontatlou nail make it useful to mankind in Tarnish ing a motive power easily haudled timid controlled and producing salts than existing modes ofapplying stored energy Steam and electricity lied to win their way against opposition consider ed by able mon well foaudud Liquid air may after the saute kind of a con filet also win a commanding position as a necessity to tlio development of man and progress Our Delinquent Tax List 1he thekmnu Conrior ri drii liuqnrnt tax pnvors ttl KnUoHconnty I m11lIl cHinfUro Wnlkir Aa nullBli1 ri lricU In 18111 time Ifcillaftlgfuiis 1 Inmneut list WHR 704 Afe thin t inn j j i thoji s i wAr only fttt Mr SfnWeil van i IIIri900 voters Not uoh rt bad IhmviiK after all When yon njaioinbcr Ialt county hits u bonier of IJQ JiiJUjg Fol ton Unnttl f The Courier nmado nu r 11c Uul Oil the present or any former Slm The tart that Fnltou County L4 4i opc mil iu length and from l ttilinn t wide shows tho larger tailor vjjlp xm t he Tenuaoo Stall line anil Too I ssi ++ i i river and lance tho lareuofSuiU r tleaten on mho Atxgxsorsitr iin formation is that several hnnllnviI Mont ore are In tIllS way aso r11sMrv e that ua Sheriff can flnii c t KKlUHLUANS SURE THEl WILL LOSt TUg fttiUSlini Re llObUC on adUnlglFearl Aluo IsI Ccrtainf Washington April 111111 the t1 timo since the opening of tltS Spanish tmiU1Jtrat1Jllines pro broken and that the are on fronted with rout and defeat Tho comolaooiicy whioh alia riot riiwlI all their expressions dunn thewir a immediately following it has ivea waI j i confusion and oantlid ndtnw toll Ito they can un lougor foreseemce t the coming elections Many tl t of that party have etiiteil m pri Inte daring the last week that t tt- kill Jose the house undoubtedly at I I that all indications point to tho deftuft of their candidate for tho presidency North South East or West their respondeuts make but ono report to t ashiugtoyuIi over tho Philippine situation fh coni tinuationcf the war taxes mid th Ro publican treatment of Porto RUb OIS5TUARY I Mre Morgarot fileath wife of ItU T Heath died at her homo noarflkuian March 89 She was in her tOfjlfi voa She committed herself to Oou in fllife and became a member of Ithl M Ef Ohuroh South in IfiCC in which to Hv cd a consistent member until the ManJ tor said It Is enough come tip hlRlfer Many years ill health proveut fet auco at church service and rwtncTed IOI olal enjoyment to that afforded bhf friends and neighbors HorliKwas a blessing and n benediction lb ill Vho know her She loved her ehotsj I nnCli was tree to it Site foUdfwilfjkiuJ modestly and timidly still bnfcf nn deyoted enough to acknowle lg Imu as her Lord and Savior To know sister Heath was to byo her It was mho privilege of the wilt to vi lnsrtonr1 llgiou and the pooduesw of Gol Sho was a friend to her pastor and was ol mpornlblessingsnone outside of her innnwltHiffanJlly who feels tho loss moro sensibly that writer nnduringrearbutpmtionwith one exception that WM lleaving lmit1 I come to her They wrc nnitommliO I ly matrimony in A short time tsho called her lIi1t 1863I1 being in hor G tiionstd wnUfdtoasleep f1 4Wo oxtend our heartfelt dyujpaQly l the bereaved linHband and rebuff A pAhwftrW1l1oh rfOaIfho + inllAnd eTheIlravruJ1 rl- r Death crept into th home of M d Mm W P Johumto last Fridi jilag and ehat fur it victim the r tUitl infant babe little ItanneIL H I OeM WWI all his littk lift only 1- 0day i did God see lit to let him s ifti thorn Parent and friend did tIflW tTIinumlltroutl gutbeyond iearfuluftIsaln1t ntlatffforinthefoldOVBTlUTLv Ii i Notice AtReevesi tlQpayperitilSept pe D II 5 K IA V I D N D3itjJIIIOKMAN KIyNI Y Once over Cowiilt Uo gill s tDrug Store f Time Ulttin the World Ootygk1ineUledr WOri A few weeks Ago wewiffWftl Witto n W yarn cold and a trenbttoOUt IOJlgh and ltnciuR roll thlirJntlvorUSMNnta to our owu smith other imjMW vn pnrrltM Itil t uatEcaught rl An den i nviip tart For Mlu Irjr OovvRill Kill Hirkomn MHl AM Hliaw tit1GU JII rORlldlta The Host rood lor InlclleDual1hought- ll I o UIII tan r11Intitilgentlewulew ht thinks inielligenily In hie eiw sf wars And fllllllrrCt ithe aNntgl- Ald 10 ititrltigoiu thinking ud til bM hlWipAar gieatrat llJ hpl Ieper Ant hlitlea IIWHM an Inly frowitijf mot iiflttorttmt An t ieltia +all nationPlIIHfIellalorI I le 1 u I ihf lilll1r trcrr ailisrn lo ihoroochtr IwUm pilaArl AH the leailiHg lnpie ot Ike tUy NrThe 8m Weekly uetnblte UI ir elegrphIef I l 1I any other paper U prlnu the pew news tully not lmrglnatltla Mourn net but dome + ttc andl rM4lM t tally aatheo ttoMed fetThe poliaia etr the great plitial p4r n4l1UalHiirtb fr the heel medium f teephiz In teueb with the wblsl wind The 8etuit UpubllewtI o earthy rf Uentleu It tbe Ut public Sundry Mufrfoc It IIs replete eaili Issue with the Ilalit of pealal rniekt- r wrluea t11 r the lhet etf literary Uleni In beautiful halt tone UlmtralUrt hue Hi ready made it famnii and Hrelc tfnalit and gaa15tlty trlli Je pleeettYld II New feomret e1alxejrhini nurnejtltM midare illaMraied and etiUrt d peA In a taIl Bluer Mrr ol IUtr i per ittfaria ib entertalnlne able There ila liu bYeAthetees week usquliluly tllnatntiaii and d Mugsdi Th xnt MrlpiUn prle af tile Saml Weklf Kepublle tto t per ear TM Re yearhrjvery Ilaw prla f flM fr cue rear Tw- It leeqr Isle Ww ra e both ttita N ordered tad paid far at the emu lireA tldrN a all Atlar u TUB RKPUBUC M Lout ls- Farmers Freo Column Under thin hooding will herefter be published ootiees not to exceed 8 HUM WwibrI iwoyPublic Sale Un Saturday April 28 tllInte tiedfee hand bills for partiealan i r erFor SaloAs good K mall fane jfthere la in AVoHara KwatMakyIX TrKma her Sale 14d year Mare male 16 hands high J W IVMCBLL MRS J W JOHNSTON I MKEBDBK OF Sigi1 li toS SteWf dolts1n o One Mile South of MayfiaM Addrewi all wail to Mayfteld Ky CITY BARBER SHOP j To my old customer We are Here tOHtay Nobody will appreciate your I 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