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county oftlco next cdr KIT Eyes tested free at Bucku with u Prescription LawyerteUi for II GrofianUui man who killed Loul l insl9t t GetJudjfUII y claiming that ho WM In n Hying vondii tlbn of pneumonia Judge Illey refulled to bane tho order without the consent of Prosecuting Attorney Brewer of Carutli hyiudltoWiltj Mr Tow Dillon HV proprietor of l Hlckmau Marblo Work hiw nbont com pleted a handsome monument for tho I Woodmen pt tho World to bo erected over tho grave of Sovereign Louis Wells who tutu a member of Elm Catnn No not t thli Tho monument will bon ip Yelled with appropriate ceremonies orae tlmo In tuft near tntnro No Woodman shall tleep In an unmarked r fcTlravo U ono of the pnnoiplexpf tbU SJoWeordtJlJlII8 i1i HbudkeTclilotTiirt464t II O AMUXRQH Oblon Democrat Mr Char J Cuter who palled through tho city last Friday cnroute to St Augustine Fin in to a telegram announcing the serious Illncwu of his nice Mnt L Itall of Dmton returned to his homo in t Hiokman yesterday Mm hall laving fwfllaiently recovered to accompany him home Mr Ciwtcr8 friendsin this city will bo GlAd to learn that ho U doing a good buninwH In hin now hotel at luckii man It is rumored that tho jxxtofflco do partment intends to discontinue moro than u thousand rural pOHtoRices during tho coming year Farmer will got their man delivered at their housed and the postal route will rndinto from the larger townx If free rural delivery lit to bo 1 made a tlimnclal BUccrwg the department find it necessary toabolUh the small of 1 tices There Is every indication that there will bo a great change in the conduct of postal buHine i In tho next fo Itthoyears C1 1 am showing n nice complot lino of Shirt WaUts and Draui Skins Warranted to lit mid at very low pric ii 404t H O Auimita A fashion notosays that belts glove end neckties of rattlesnake skit will be worn by women this spring Wo know tho poor rattlamalco wonld have to corao 1 toll sooner or later It was about tho 1 only varmint loft that tho women didnt 1 wear Think of n woman being array ed In n silkworm dress goat skin shoes wlmlobcno stays kid skin gloves horse Iihldobelt tortoise sbell comb flAn seal t trimmings stuffed canary birds clan- ahellI buttons spitz dog mutT mink tatt coUnretto alligator hide purse and nosv I n rattlesnake necktie I Solomon iin all I his glory was not such nmeuagorio as I ouo of these and yet wo lovo them no matter what they wear Wo obHervo that a writer in ono of our contemporaries advises our farmer to have their nnUics on their front gntC8- for tho convenience of travelers and w D heartily endorse the suggestion It has l lul1 r nl1tdI do not only othorn a service but them selves an well by letting their light BO shine When a man has business with a farmer and walka a hundred rodx two or threo time back to farm houses to see some particular man finds each I time that ho Is nt tho wrong house ho beginfl to feel vengeful and accumulates aI bad Impr09Sioll nbout the country IUld1I farmers In general Tho school census Is now being talc ou In the coontry districts of Kentucky While tho census la taken in April It applies to tho state of affairs on the firsBb otJnl All children who wilt bo years old by the first of July must b enrolled whether they are or are r Qt ei when tho census man cornea nrouirll A i child that will bo twentrb the first ofi July must be left ontorho question of residence Is also n bother some time residence of the childs parents o 1 1 1Tho Is usually considered tho rcsl I of the child though not neces so The same facts that wouldl on to vote if a voter will1 I1 1dotermino tho residence of a child for school purposes In most cases s MmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmffltniwittimmnmmmmmmmmmmKLPWS l = EOur I = ClothingS L o Sales justify thn wiwlom of our trc = incurious stock bought this B won E Our Sua c e onnuotbd duplicated clso where In quality and variety of stylus Boys Suits v r WUh Fauoy Vests aLatestfoallUleI Geiita ssZwaitui ry Fancy Vests jl = 4r r Jiatcst fad in Fancy Vents river known Siow on We have thorn nt e 100 to 1rZ LOII I httGoats and Pants Suits no Vest latest r thing outatl Wool Coiwlmorw light Z colors hambwnicly tailored only 8CO E Single Coats r Cotta and Vests and Cnuh Suites In most desirable variety 3LEThoENateglmgee Shirts 3 f ENeverbefore have we ahownfiiucli va rItr In FNltySh styb s r rr and E Suspenders = Artistically new tasty and pleasing to I nil good dressers I Marshals Sale for Taxes III On Monday May 14th 1000 it being tho first day of tho May term of tho Ful ton County Court at the court houseI door in Hlckmau Kv I will sell to thoI highest bidder for Cash for taxes duoI city of Hiokman and cost of solo I tho following described ruin estate na Hcascd In tho namcri of the following par towitro200 la added in each case for costs Brown Mrs A11 block 11 H N 35 to 37 163 to 163 210 to 223 i bloc 4 B 11100 to 1721 177 to 170 103 100 213 to 221 227 228 241 to 244 block 5 E I1104100 200i block 0 E IL 230 to 234 9005 Brown JR G A Nan 01 to 09 123 129 to 132 131 to 139 141 an ICO 9480 lotti f Knoerr Mrs Mary E H block 2 Nos 83 to 85 161 165 1700 Taylor Mrs M J W II No 70 518 Taylor Will WI1 south X of Nos 70 nnd 80 518 Weitnor J P qA Now 22 to 27 261 Webb Henry EH block 0 No 184 439 Webb A G E II block 0 No 185 439 COLORED LIST Clark Jim G A Nos 53 to 00 513 280Illnnnn Cusale W tf of No 80w80 Laudordalo George G A Nos 101 to lOS JO 42 Merlwcthcr Rubytiotrn EH block 5 H of 218 9368 Plummor Ad E II block 0 Nos 240 243 totoI I I Pratt W G A Nos 107 and lOS I Rhodes II 0 A Nos 32 30 37 GDS Uhlis Lydia E H block 3 Nos 185 to 187 and 222 357 Wiley Cy E II blk 3 Nos 140 150 430 Yates Goo F II blocfc 2 No 251 526 United Brothers of Friendship E H block 2 Nay Wand 100w 1700 JRCityA Horrible Outbreak daughtersrLoad writes 0 D Isbell of Morgan Balvoltoed euro for Eczema Salt Rhoum Tot J tcr Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 250 at all drug stores Om1tlrMillinery dnrlsg oar a aBo pro uoanced M W be 1fring to ns Tko vnjwMwk sushi of fair fel1nl1ltyMMMIf saxessofour ambition to Ua ea ous to bo the prra + Net NJivcrscen IH aw Hllte ciy 5 Aid tM 8d krOar Xilu Uh cstra help hourstursitigdors since tle Tko sew ttreet Ilats sellimgfastWe ws who have MillineryDepartte PopntarPricessirShirt Wni In latest Mrf toMQi fctrrect styles aid reMO abte 91 fnhart a 6c awl up to Its witQuality ewperiar ery tiee tlltoT itor thecUy h Wash Brei s of every kie4 L We can please you Pulley Be1 tho most popmlttuc iNothJa BO now in Bets a we show SOc for owrljeMlM acrd wo make any shade wtuiAM a iiii say prico Wr- edFlooi W Matti sltied M p totas high M yo ibmfx p jet 11r ra Linoleums ftoorHPatterWJFloor Oil Cloths in jnpwrt Variety 1the lMutual Life Insur IIWhy Company of New York is Popular FULTON KY April 14 1900 Senator McD Ferguson District Mauil ager Mutual Life Insurance Com pany ot New York Dear Sir I desire to acknowledge through you pakmtoY late husband George W Burton in the Grand Old Company you have the hon or to represent This policy was Issued fonrtcednggreI gating 12025 My husband had receivt ed in cash dividends and loans 81800 leaving cost of Insurance for foarteo- years 1265 and today you gave mo a chock for 9440931 which is a profit to I his estate of 314131 besides Lavin had the protection for fourteen years It is such liberal settlements as this tha It tho OLD MUTUAL LIFE I COMPANY OF NEW YORK owes much of its popularity 1 most tonilance I Yours very truly Signed MRS EMILY J Bun ox Bell Llgom IUnion CaptJohnKatherine0i clockon SlopetheFultonRov1 acing Mlllloas GiveR Away publictono propriotaof glvou I ItliasCMOSAsthma alTnroataro druggistandt sizefleei guaranteed 4- U Grocery I v r Department a 3= Our New Light mss M Delivery Wag6t srv o= J =makes it easy for us to give quick ser =vivo to our Grocery patrons Fresh == =t rb Groceries =at roy 1I Reasonable = Prices Fancy Canned Fruits = and Gereak i Hardware of aiikiaA y = Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers 3Screen Doors and Win per dows SRangesBlue Flame Coal Oils Quick Meal 3- r Gasoline Stoves F 1 I n A7Cot Oll eu Oa e Meal tea ar We want your trade L P W S lELLISON INSURANCE c DEWEY AND StIILEY t From tho CourierJournal The Courier Journnl is in receipt of the following telegram from one of the loading newspapers of the city of Now YorkIt Ia reported here that tho Demo crate will unite on Dewey for President and Schley for Vice President How wouldsuch a ticket be received Ans wer immediately for publication Before answering this message which seems to havo been sent in good faith wYe should like to oak our esteemed eastern contemporary a few questions for pub licatloni In tho first place who made the report In question In tho second n1laco wliat authority had he for making It The National Democratic Conven tion which Is to determine upod n ticket docs not assemble until tho 4th oi July usnFew oltlio states have held their prI usury conventions to name delegates to Stateg inItcertain that the rest will follow suit There is little likelihood that there will bo any opposition to his nomination TheS things areas surely known as any llitiiro contingency may be In the tao oitaom what can n daily nowspa makesmuchTe Gobble Up China The administration denies knowledge of the news cabled from China that our mluisofM lacting In concert with Euro pean ministers to bulldoze China into furukhiByan excuse for the landing of Euro eaHaBd American troops which will tie the first step towards gobbling- up inoretChIneso territory j X Deweys CliHBces There are iVX votes in the Democratic National Convention To nominate C20 are necosdery but 311 can prevent n nom Inatioa sad deadlock the Convention Tho higkftrt poealblo calculation allow lag to Dewey all possible States In the east doubtful gives him only about JO vetsy not even enough to de sal tiiiii4MGl the Convention t y a u WilY TilE LAWS FAIL A largo variety of causes havo been assigned for tho observed failure of an trust laws to accomplish their object Tho failure has been attributed to corruption of courts tho of public officials to enforce laws tho employment by tho trusts of the best legal talent tho country offers the laws indefiniteness arising from the difficulty of discriminating between tho legitimate business corporation and tih combination designed to suppress com petitionAttorney Thos G Shearman of Brook lyn points out what he believes to bo the real cause- Combinations 4 subversive of competi ton ho says are always founded onIn monopoly of natural resources The monopolies owe their existence to special unjust privileges conferred upon the by legislation The foundation principle of these combinations is restriction Every effort thus far mado by Legislatures to destroy these combinations has been in the form of still further r striction Competition is tied up chains by trust monopolies and j and tho Legislatures try to nullify chains by chaining tho chains That why antitrust laws fail The tariff laws continues Mr Shear man are among these legislative re strictions The inconsistency of any man who demands that competition shall be ft co when it works in his favor but shall bo prohibited when it works against him Is obviousI Who to Send If Undo Sam gets into a muss with the Sultan of Tnrkeyiond has to send somebody over Moro to force payment who would the people wont him to send McKinley Bryan or Dewey Fulton Guard Sam Norman ouo of the directors of tho Mayfleld Woolen Mills was hero Tuesday and told tho Guard man that the report circulated by certain West Kentucky papers to the effect that tho main business of tho Woolen Mills would be removed to St Louis was untrue to VICTORY PREDICTED 1 0 Hy James CreelBMH a New York April 23An Impartial ln Vestigation of the present political situ tion ought to convince any man that if the p esidontial election wero to MkerV place now Mr Bryan would be elected by n decisive plurality fFour years ago the plain facts com pelled me to predict Mr Bryans defeat I and I repeated that prediction ovary day from tho time when I acc5ti panted Mr Bryan from the scene of higT nomination to tho hour when 1 stood bc 1 side him in Lincoln and saw him castchis vote VFacts equally plain point to his erect ion this year There is but ono serious point of ilif fr fcrenco between tho most extreme of tie conservative dcurocrats of the East read j J the which sap MrYported Many of the Eastern leaders desire to havo the ratio of sixteen to ono omitted from the mon plank of tho platform TlwI leaders lof the South and West are poetically I unanimous in their opposition to any 4 change fSEES VlCTOnV W SIGHT Yorkesays that Mr Bryan will bbo renomlnated at Kansas City and that ho will work hard to sleet him No man who has met Mr Hill within the last two weeks can doubt his earnestness or his deter mination to lend his whole strength to the Democratic party in the approach ng campaign Ho sees victory in sight Mr Hill will support Mr Bryan Chicago platform or no Chicago platform Time 0 abandonment of tho welltried American k theory of equal rights everywhere under tho flag for the British policy of subject colonies overshadows all other issues A strong group of leaders believe that as taro silver question is dead as a prac tical present issue it would be a political crime to have a struggle in the Goaven tion itself Even Mr Hill believes thatrwhatever Is done must bo agreed upoavJ t COnv ties ri7ia gi1iConvention The Democratic party Is practically reunited now but when the Kansas City Convention meets it will be absolutely united Not only have wen liko Mr JIm and Mr Crokcr who wero silent In 1890 placed themselves earnestly in support of Mr Bryan but thousands and thousands of gold Democrats in New York and other Eastern States who voted for McKinley have returned to the party which stands for tho preservation of the Republic and opposes a military empire withcolonies Men liko John DeWitt Warner are heartily preparing to assist in the elect tion of Mr Bryan Mr Bisgel who way Mr Clevelands law partner and otter 11wards Postmaster General is ready to Bryantrustrecognized that tho financial question is for tho time being removed from tho sphere of practical things and that while tho money plank of the Democratic plate form is an important issue as between political leaders that question too will disappear and the whole strength of tho party will bo devoted ton vigorous war on trusts and a defense of the Republic against the McKinley plan of military empire soThe Probable Platform 01Tho platform of tho Democratic par ty will declare for bimotalism and for tho restoration of gold and silver as standard money with equally unrcstrict ed coinage nnd debt paying power It N goldinstandard Is fixed upon tho nation for a questionthnecessarilyIssubordinated to another of paramount importance It will declare against tho policy of forcible territorial aggrandize ment which has become the ono corner stone of the McKinloy admlnlstrnUonII despite the pledge of the Ithot I ippino Republic extended by this groat t American Republic It will demand tho restoration ot tho Great Americanism of Washington Jefferson and Lincoln with the oldtime American Independ q ante and tho dtJironomont of tho Lit tle Americanism of McKinley Ilnnna 1 and Roosevelt existing under tho pro ectorato of English toryism It will in dealing with the trusts fa vow the removal of protective duties from all products which enter into trust mon opolios and with n further purpose of protection for the people and hostility special privileges i 4 I Jl T Mfr T f f q t Wt l I to 11 A i iI lI II iii 1 f t j 0 1I f i J J 1 111 l Th 11 I j1 4 1 H ti r 1 4 i j THEJ FlICKM i COURIER I y 1 OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN ESTERN KENTUCKY q r ESTABLISHED 1859 1 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTMKY APRIL 27 1900VOL XXX VN022 t II LOCAL NEWS T BISHOP DUDL1V SICK Dodley1Iaawonts nt Hlckinah and elsewhere fii tho State arCruHhed Frui nt Huokrt andalptI Igrlilud wore In JIlclCmnll Oil buslrea i Tueday Tim innny friends of our worthy husbeenthat he Is well aga- inSEED CORNPare St Charles White Seed Corn L P Sr W S KMJjsox Msthew Quay appointed U S Son ator by tho Governor of Penn was ro J fused n scat in tho Senate by tho vote 33s toJ Commodore Jim Parker W T througItlekmn l Lake From now on whoa u man hitohui a mulo to your gate kisses tho baby aa be come up the path stopH to hoot n mar toryoura MUck of gum you mny know before ho opens the door that ho will be a candi date for flame county oftlco next year HP Eyoa tested free at husks with u tPrcDcription Now Madrid Miftsourlan e attornu Louforla DeMontcourt in PciniscoC county last t I goJudgeclaiming that ho wo In allying condi refulsod l On of Prosecuting Attorney Drowcrof Cnrutli byJudlCsent Mr Tom Dillon sr proprietor o Ilictcman Marble Works hoe about com pleted a handsome monument for till Woodmen or tho World to be erected over tho grave of Sovereign LonU Nelhi who was n member of Elm Uamp No3 of this city The monument willl bo un yelled with appropriate ceremonial at some limo in the near luturoh No Woo4mn shall sleep Wan unmarked drave U ono pf the pnnclpleaof thU noble1 order 1t4 1 A9wi 1 tW trae Etnbroldtuiay llanflltenslilof Tier C nt tfl4t II C AMUEIIOH Oblon Democrat Mr Chan J CUlt ter who phased through tho city lost Friday cnrouto to St Augustine Flo In rotfponxo to a telegram annouueinK the serious illnow of hln nelco Mm L Hall of Boston returned to his homo iin llickman yesterday Mn Hall having Ruflloiently recovered to accompany him home Mr Cuntcra friends In this citj will bo glad to learn that ho la doing aI good1 business in his new hotel at Hick man It La rumored that tho postoffice do partment Intends to discontinue more than a thousand rural postofllcea during the coming year Farmer i will get their mall delivered at their hniui and the postal route will radiate from tho largo towns If free rural delivery is to bo made n financial HUCCCM tho department finds it necessary to abolish the small of Bees There in every indication that there will bo rt great change In the con duotof Foetal businerix In the next law years fgf I am showing n nice complete Hun of Shirt Waists and Drew Skirts Warranted to fit and at very low prices 4fl4t II O AuitBua A fashion note says that belts gloves and neckties of rattlesnake skin will be worn by women this spring Wo know tho poor rattlesnake wonld have to como It sooner or later It was about tho 1to varmint loft that tho women didnt wear Think of n woman being array ed in n silkworm dress goat skin shoos whalebone Itnr kid skin gloves hors 0 J hide belt tortoise shell comb fishn scale trimmings stuffed canary birds clam buttons Ipltz dog muff mink tan1 IJ IJahell alligator Indo parse and no lliUBUIl u uocktiolJ Soloutou In hU glory was not such a menagerie as ono of these and wo love them no matter what they wear I Wo observe that a writer in ono off our contemporaries ndvlfleu our tarnto to have their names on their front gates for tho convenience of travelers and wo heartily endorse tho suggestion It has 1 boon oiLppted in some counties and has provodTo bo n great satisfaction to nil concerned Our country friends would do not only others service but themselves on well by letting their light BO shine When n roan has business with n farmer and walks a hundred rods or three times back to farm houses BOO some particular man hinds each tame that ho lIs ut the wrong house ho begins to feel vengeful and accumulates bad impression about the country nnd farmers in general The school census 1bi now being take tutu the country districts of Kentucky Whllo tho census is taken in April iit applies to tho state of affairs on tho first ot JnlYAll children who will ho six years old by the first of July must b enrolled whether thou are or are I1It si when tho oonsus man conies Oum1 A child that will bo twenty by tho first of July must be left out The question of residence is also n bother some time Tho residence of tho childs parents or a guardian is nsunlly considered tho resi once of tho child though not neces sarily so Tho same facts that would allow o person to vote If a voter will t determine tho residence of a child for school purposes la most cases f nnrnnmmnrmmmmmmmmmmm mmnmmmmnfmo E I IP w s LLiSON e ar mr Our 7 = Clothing 4 Sales justify tho vll tro inuudoui stock bought thisseason I Onr sE S 1000 5 OO ocAunotbd Surjtsdupiichied else staleshBoys Suits With Fancy Vests If Latest fqr llttle Gea a who are nptodato drcMfirs J Prices tliOQ nod e060 The regaln kind b and up per snit tt r Fancy Vests = Meet fad in Fancy Vests over kuowti riloiv on We navo thorn at 100 to o2i h EOoouESlnnUlcr VeightAand Pauls Suits too Vest latest r thing out allWool Owaimores light = colors ImndHOmoly tailored only 300 CoatsE Crash Snltt Jim most desirable variety r J fr v Huts EWoJiavc just put ou display The is nt hand for straws EtlI1O E Negligee Shirts rr v E KflVwt before have we hovraytucn va riots hi Fancy NoveltrSliirt tyjoa t Cck e Suspendersete nud beEArtLlIIC4l1r now tasty and plcofling to I P S uu 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 h Marshals Sale for Taxes On Monday May 14th 1000 it being 1tho lIt day of the May term of tho Ful ton County Court at the court house door in Hickmau Ky I will sell to the highest bidder for Cash for taxes duo the city of llickman and cost of sale tho following described real estate as sealed in the names of tho following parties towit 200 is added in each ccso for costs Brown Mrs A M block 1 E H Nos 35 to 37 1G3 to 19to 223 block 4 B IL 100 to 173 177 to 170 103 to 2HiblockE II 230 to 231 2005 Brown J R G A Nos 91 to 03 105 123 129 to 132 131 to 130 141 nnd 150 2480 Curlin Seth O 1L No 24 and of lot 1No 23 W750 Knoorr Mrs Mary E II block 2 Nan wi3 to 85 104 105 1700 Taylor Mrs M J W IL No 70 518 Taylor Will W II south j of Nos 70 and 80 518 Woiiner J P G A NOH 22 to 27 204 439reWebb A G E II block 0 No 185 430 COLORED LIST Clark Jim G A Non G8 to CO G33 Curter Amy G A Nos 70 and 80 280 Honna Cassio WII H of No 80 260 Lauderdale Georgo G A Nos 101 to 103 042 Meriwether Rubo heirs E H block 5 X of 218 and 217 303 totofJ77PrnttRhodes II G A Nos3w 30 37 503 Uhlls Lydia ElI block 3 Non 185 to 187 214 and 222 SJ 7 Wileyby E II blk 3 Nos 149 150 430 Yates Goo E111 bloat 2 No 257 520 United Brothers of Friendship E II block 2 Nan Wand 100w 1700 TOM JR MarshalxA Horrible Outbreak COl largo sores on my httlo daughters head developed Into a case of scald head writes 0 D Isbell of Morgan ton roan but BnoKleus Aruba Salvo completely cured her Its a guaran teed euro for Eczema Salt Rheum Tot ter Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Oufy 25o nt all drug stores OarjI Millinery j durlut owrOpwi s was BO pro nauaced see te be tlfyfng to us Tho 9t M siseh offsir eaccfaiofouramnbitioato time grt 4s4 i g fever seen in oar ItUlQ city Asd the s fc narMiIUmseey flthiiatraheln cw are barr fr taiijkesa hours tterala sat tasjr u new ore dens since than Tko new S Street flats I latest out ak 4 b1 reed ere sell fag fsst Yla cordially kes who have MillineryDelll h israda M at Popular Prices helps way Shirt mats In Intoxt and k 4 Correct styles mad reaaoaabte ms low n afio sad Bp to you want Quality superior every trioestllaoTaflor lathecity Wash Dream s- S of every kiad u We can please yo- nPulley Peel tho rarest popular Nothing BO uuw in Belts apt i wo show LOc for oar lethr s4 wo make nuyshftdo wa M4 iii any I- Floor trloo towed iv- Mattins as tl podi up to urn high as yoet l uw pMti N hsaep variety 8 sty 4k0 Linoleums 0 foot wide splendid for hall floors Patterns rich and Floor Oil Olotlis in 1 i 1 Why the Mutual Life Insur I ance of New York FULTOX KY April 14 1000 Senator McD Ferguson District Man ager Mutual Life Insurance Com pang of New York Dear Sir I desire to acknowledge through yon receipt of chock No 183144 In full pay mont of policy for 5000 held by my late husband George W Burton In the Grand Old Company have tho hon or to represent This policy was Issued in 1880 for 8000 on which fourteen annual premiums had been paid aggre gating 12026 Mr husband had receiv ed in cash dividends and loans 81800 leaving cost of insurance for fourteen years 1205 and today you gave mo a chock for 440931 which Is a profit to his estate of 314131 besides having had tho protection for fourteen years It is such liberal settlements as this that tho OLD MUTUAL LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK owes much of its popularity 1 most earnestly recommend your Company to all considering tho question of insur ance Yours very truly Signed nuts EMILY JBuniox I I IUnion i UelMiigoti CaptJohnKntherIno0 SlopttheFultonRoyating WKJIttho public to know of one concern which is not proprietorsol glvcnIthasCMOSAsthma nUlnroatdruggistand sizeeocc va p Groceryi E t E DepartmentOur 3 New Light Yjt sDelivery Wagon Vjii p makes it easy for us to give quick ser =vice to our Grocery patrons II Fresh = Groceries a at Reasonable = II Prices 3andHardware on kinds j Ice Cream Freezers s r Water CoolersEE Screen and wino R dows ==Cook Stoves and Steel Ranges 3 Blue FlUB Coal Oil and Quick Meal 7- l i 3l Gasoline Stoves rf 5 A = i 1f e ri i+ atlon 1rOn e t Meal = I = I 1 I L W trade = liuuw iuuuuuuuuiuuuiiuuuuiu1 1 lR DILLON Company is Popular you Doors t h ji From tho CourierJournal j The CourierJournal is In receipt ofr the following telegram from one of the leading newspapers of tho city of Nowr YorkIt is reported hero that tho Demo crate will unite on Dewey for President and Schloy for Vice President Ifo would 1ch a ticket bo received Ans wer immediatelyi for publication Before answering this message which seems to havo been sent in good faith and was certainly twice repeated we should like to ask our esteemed eastern contemporary a few questions for publication In tho first place who made the report in question In tho secondl place what authority had he for making it The National Democratic Conven tion which is to determine upod a ticket does not assemble until tho 4th oi July That is nearly three months ahead of us Few of the states havo held their pri wary conventions to name delegates to I this National Convention Those Statet Conventions which have met have in strutted for Mr Bryan It ia next toI i Bultil bo any opposition to his nomination j I These things are as surely known asI any future contingency way be In thet I lace otthm what can n nesp1whenit makessuchi Te Gobble Up China I Tho administration denies knowledge of the tows cabled from China that our mintster Isacting in concert with Euro pens ministers to bulldoze China into furntehlngian excuse for tho landing of European and American troops which will io the firststep towards gobbling up snore Chinese territory Dewej g Chances There aro B3Q votes in tho Democratic NatlopalConvention To nominate C20 arc necessary but 311 can prevent a nom inatioa arid deadlock the Convention Tho highest possible calculation allow Ing toDewoy all possible States in the least 4Firee doubtlul gives him onlI about aw yates not oven enough to de lay theQoi of the Convention J y FAIL A largo variety of causes have been assigned for the observed failure of antii trust laws to accomplish their object The failure has been attributed to tho corruption of courts tho disinclination of public officials to enforce antitrust trustswof the best legal talent tho country otTers the laws indefiniteness arising from tho difficulty of discriminating between the legitimate business corporation and th combination designed to suppress comI petition Attorney Thos G Shearman of Brook lyn points out what he believes to bo the real cause Combinations subversive of competiIt tion ho says are always founded on n monopoly of natural resources These monopolies owe their existence to special unjust privileges conferred upon them by legislation The foundation of these combinations is restriction Every effort thus for made by Legislatures to destroy these combinations has been in tho form of still further re striction Competition is tied up i chains by trust monopolies and Congress and tho Legislatures try to nullify the chains by chaining tho chains That a why antitrust laws fail Tho tariff laws continues Mr Shear man aro among these legislative restrictions Tho inconsistency of any man who demands that competition shallI bo taco when it works in his favor but shall be prohibited when it works against him is obviousI Who to Send If Uncle Bam gets into a mnss vith the Sultan of Turkey aud has to send somebody over there to force payment who would tho people want him t 1 send McKinley Bryan or Dewey t Fulton Guard Sam Norman ouo of the directors of tho Mayfield Woolen Mills was hero Tuesday and told the Guard man that the report circulatedI by certain West Kentucky papers to tho effect that tho main business of the Woolen Mills would bo removed to St Louis was untrue VICTORY PREDICTED EBy lames CreeJ raH t c t New York April 23ln impartial tor Veatigation of the present political situa tion ought to convince any awn that Iif tho presidential election were to take place nowMr Bryan would bo elected by a decisive plurality Four start ago the plain facts com gfrpoled rue to predict Mr Bryans defeat tand I repeated that prediction ahaeipt AY I every day from tho time whenl sate paaiad Mr Bryan from thp steno of kIs t i lnomination to tho hour when i stood W side hum in Lincoln and saw hiMcaqt his vote Facts equally plain point to his efect ion this yeas There is but ono serious point of dif ference between tho most extreme of the conservative deimwrata of tho East seed 1 thtf creatbody of tho party which sup tthoIIof sixteen tq ono omitted from tfcesInqu oy plank of the platform TitLiers of the South and West aro fnaxy f unanimous In their opposition to any J changett f SEES VICTORY 1M eIGHT ExGov David B Hill of New York flays that Mr Bryan will bo renominatedJ at Kansas City and that ho will work hard to elect him No man who has t met Mr Hill within the last two weeks can doubt his earnestness or his deter initiation to lend his whole strength to the Democratic party in the approach ring campaign Ho sees victory in sight Mr 11111 will support Mr Bryan Chicago platform or no Chicago platform Thefabandonment of tho welltried American theory of equal rights everywhere under the flag for the British policy of subject colonies overshadows all other Issues A strong group of leaders beliovo that 09 the silver question Is dead as a 1JracItical present issue It would be a political crimo to have a struggle in the oyen Lion itself Even Mr Hill believes that 1+ JtII1 whatever to dODO must bo agreed upon np before the Convention aieetsI RsG w =Convention The Democratic party is practically reunited now but when the Kansas City Convention meets it will bo absolutely united Not only have men liko Mr Hill and Mr Croker who were silent in 1890 placed themselves earnestly in support of Mr Bryan but thousands and thous ands of gold Democrats in Now York and other Eastern States who voted for McKinley hero returned to the party which stands for tho preservation of tho Republic and opposes a military empire withcolonies Men liko John DeWitt Warner arc heartily preparing to assist in tho elec tion of Mr Bryan Mr Bissel who way Mr Clevelands law partner and otteryr wards Postmaster General is ready to stump tho State for Mr Bryan It seems to be generally recognized that the financial question is for tho time being removed from the sphere of practical things and that while tho money plank of the Democratic plate form is an important issue as between political lenders that question too will disappear and tho whole strength of tho party will be devoted to a vigorous war on trusts and a defense of the Republic against the McKInley plan of military tomplre I J The Probable Platform t paroty will declare for bimotalism and for Itho restoration of gold and silver as t standard money with equally unrestrict ed coinage and debt paying power It will however recognize that the gold- n standard is fixed upon the nation for a period and that tha financial question nccessarilySsubordinated to another of paramount 0importance It will declare against tho policy of forcible territorial aggrandize moat which has become tho ono corner stono of tho McKinley administration despite tho pledge of tho President and condemningIanne as age grosslon It will demand independonco for thotFilipinos with proleciton for the Phil 1 t ippino Republic extended by this greatt American Republic It will demand the I 1 restoration ot the Great Americanism of Washington Jefferson and Lincoln ytoJtloJ and Roosevelt existing under tho pro i tcctorato of English toryism It will In dealing with the trusts fa I vor tho removal of protective duties fromXi itopqllesT i protection for tho people and hostility t J to special privileges c a sN s Y i y- j r- I u The Hickman Courier GEOltGK WAlUtKN IlitilUher UICKMAN trKENTUCli1 r CURRENT TtPICS Bottlers arc beginning to flock into Manitoba In large numbers There nrc twentyeight Mormon missionaries in Xcw England The lower trade of London exceeds In value 10000000 per annum Port Tampa IB built on piles drives leeji In the bottom of he bay A Venezuelan orchid now on uxiil bition in London Is valued at 5000 t The great lakes of the St Lawrence system have an urea of 47000 square milesThe great wealth that lies in the quarries of Sweden is at last being developed British government expenditure la running now 7000000 a week beyond revenue France docs not furnish the twen tieth part of the coal production of the world There are flee niilomoblla clubs in Belgium and their combined member ship is 740 The locomotive of today weighs about 120 tone unJ hauls from 1200 to lSOO tons The Britifih and Foreign Bible society recently celebrated Its ninety sixth blrthdfy Germany has at present thlrtynino flock yards where last year 628 yes eel were built- Seventeen per cent of the witch makers in this country ore women In 1820 all were men The women of New Yorks four hundred are preparing to erect a line Athletic clubhouse The great popular maladies throat nasal and bronchial catarrh ore quite bnknown in Spitzbergen The University club of New York pressuretorA fast train has been pat on between Berlin and Constantinople making the run in fiftyone hours The price of the Transvaal rixpence fa London is now five shillings Kru pers pennies however are relatively tnore expensive The latest statistics show that the United States has over 200000 miles of railroad and less than 20000 miles of good wagon rondi Twin boys born In New York on the day the tunnel was started have been named Robert Rapid Transit and William Rapid Transit In Virginia a company has been formed to make artificial marble of milk of lime salt and raarshmallow nfSottogBtlier with cement So useful are tads in gnnlens that they are sold in France by the dozen for stocking gardens to free them from many injurous insects Coral is again in favor after its foijf period of disuse The pink coral IIs the choicer from its purity but the common red is muoh worn A purely Scottish expedition is about to be organized to the South Pole to work in conjunction with the British and German expeditious s The balloons used by the English Army are different from those of other nntons goldbeaters skin being em ployed in their construction instead of shed silk it being much lighter and much mop impermeable Rev J S nit er n Methodist clergy man of Missouri is organizing a com pany to develop gold raining claims nt Cripple Creek the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the fund for evangelistic work in large cities Statistics of consumptive tanltarl urns in Germany show that 60 13 percent of the inmates were able to work the first year nIter the cure GO per cent after two years 45 per cent after three and 35 per cent after four yearsThe natural coral formation together with good workmanship has made the roads to Bermuda famous In the cycling world and enthusiasts of the wheel who have been so for tunate as to visit this island have call ed It the Cyclers Paradise In n recent cane of pneumonia in Brooklyn 8500 gallons of oxygen gas wan used the sick man was pauked In Jee an alcohol bath was given him every twentyfive minutes and four quarts of milk were administered dally The patient recovered Willard0 hotel is to be torn down find the Virginia hotel a modern mil liondollar structure is to be erected in fts stead WillarVs has been one of the landmarks of Washington and mlf a century ago like the Astor house of New York was numbered among the grandest hotels of the world There are six wirs going on in Af rica just at present England is fighting the Boers and the Uganda hill tribes France havlhree father mild campaigns on her rounds all directed against tribesmen in the interior and tie Moors ore battlingwith the tribesmen ulong the boundaries of Algiers The commissioners of the District of Columbia have forblddm he sole of giant firecrackers and dynamite torpedoes IIA thousand packet IK shamrock a iced the gift of a resident of Cork to the duke of York liars been sent to South Africa Their contents will be sown upon the graves of Irish sot diers I From the white pine forests of Min nesota Wisconsin and Miohlgnn lust year wore cut more than six bllKon feet of lumber in addition to what was cut for railway ties poles pull and other productss THElRORKFINISHED Grand Jury Completes Investigation of the Goebel Assassination BxGar lirndler Taylor Lending Cummel Buyable lliin Xa Doubt tint IVlint HI Client Will Surrender Promptly It Indicted Frankfort IJprll 16The Franklin county grand jury returned Indictments against ten persons charging thorn with complicity in the murder of William Goebel Henry R Youtsey James Howard Berry Howard Harland Whlttaker and Tallow Dick Combs colored were inflicted for willful murder Caleb Powers Capt John L Powers ChuB Kinley W II Culton and F Wharton Golden were indicted as accessories before the fact In the indictment relating to the alleged accessories three other men are indirectly re erred to as accessories though no indictments were reported against themFrankfort Ky April 21The grand jury before adjourning Thtira day until Saturday Indicted Repub bean Gov W S Taylor as an acces sory to the murder of William Goebol Time indictment is similar to those returned against Green Golden and John Davis Thursday It was no turned over to the circuit court but left in the hands of Judge Cuntrill who gave the jurors and court ofli dials orders not to allow it to become public until a bench warrant issued TburMlay is served The news however leaked out and wires between hero and Washington were kept hot Thursday night by messages to Tay for from republicans whb advise hiii to remain away for the present at leastFrankfort Ky April 23Whi the Franklin county grand jury has not adjourned it is understood that the Investigation of the Goebel ussnssina tion has been completed The indict ment against Mr Taylor charging him with being an accessory to the murder will be held up until after the argument of the governorship contest case which Is docketed for hsnnig before the supreme court at Washington on April 30 and It said by per sons in the councils of the pro ec4 tlon that no such warrant will be ta sued or other steps taken In the case till after that time The rumor tint Beckham had been applied to for a requisition is without foundation KXGov W 0 Brardley leading counsel for Mr Taylor gave to th5 press the following authorized Inlet view I have had no communication with Gar Taylor since he went to Vasli ington The press I notice states that he Iis there preparing his case fo the supreme court I am satisfied that this is not true Gov Taylor went to Washington on purely per sonal business not connected in any wuy with time trial of his case N r do I believe the report to IM true that he Is in New York attempting to prevent the honoring of a requisition for his return to this state As to wheth er a requisition could be lawful ks sued by Mr Beckham or would ha recognized it is unnecessary for ma to express an opinion as there are questions that must be determined by tic authority upon whom such n re qrfsition may be made Gov Taylor has publicly declared that he was not and would never bt a fugitive from justice and that If In dieted he would respect the law anti meet his accusers face to face There fore there remains but one coun j open to him and that Is to return ni soon as he ran walk boldly and brave Ily into court and meet the indictment like n man Any other course woud be rank injustice not only to himself but to those of his friends who have been accused of so foul a crime I da not know whether an indictment has been found against Gov Taylor hut If it has I have no doubt that he will promptly surrender himself Into tho hands of the law and believe that any Intimation to the contrary doer 1 him an Injustice Mliat flown lr n Ilnnillt Eagle Pas Tex April 23NewlI has just reached lucre of the killing of Jordan L Cooke at Acatlan Ouxncn Mexico Cooke was in charge of n railroad construction gang at that place and was standing in a group of half n dozen men when n bandit rode up and fired several into them killing young Cooke Ills father who IH fixSheriff Cooke of Maverick count Texas has taken the matter up with the Mexican authorities Mrs C K IlniiUrll Drail ChlcngoApril 22irsUtrolin- E e Jlqtikell well known IJecausc of her gifts to time University of Chicago and to the various charitable institu lotUs of Chicago died Saturday in Michigan City dad where she was jniting friends Mrs Haskell the founder of Hnskell hall mud ilaskell Oriental museum of the Uni versity of Chicago Aingnp her ert JowmontH was 30000 to the Imbue matt hospital of this city Rev ClinrlcK ybechVru VrA- Anivcrhlll I Mass Aprll ZnCT hartts Bcecher n brother of tho late Henry Ward Beecher third Saturday tt the home of his daughter Mm O IIV Noyes in Georgetown He var H yeiiiH old and was the youngft of the Beecher family ii urte Replies to America Demands Constantinople April 31h pond las replied to the American demands itating thnt Turkey win compensate Vrnerlean missionaries under the same conditions as in the case of other fa iga iubjecU r f T DIVED INTO A COKE OVENr Trnnic Mnnnrr In Which nn tin known Ilea Ended IIU Mfr at CumtrlUvllIr Pit ITCIlPIngdiver when taking a fancy plunge late the water an unknown man comtnfl ted Niitaido at the foundry Works of the H C Frlck Coke Co by diving into a colt oven In less than a inHi ute what had been n stun apparently ruinilclIwithonly by its binisb brown color fllflV nauseating odor from gus Kinokc of the burning coal A more tragic death never occurred In this con A rush was made for tho ovtinkit by the horrified oven drawers 1 Alli there was to show of the man who but n few seconds before luau ecii h lift was a charred mUM of tlcshhj three feet in length There IH lifeh ing moat it that could serve aBn humus of identification fdf PLACED ON WHEELS Srtmol UUIIIIPB In Sim IunU MkfAt AVI1I He Mnvrtl Alioiit to Arcom iniiilnle OvtrMuvr of rnplUif J ISttt I K Inujip united n novelty in time tehool biittfl lug line One of tin utile portable scnool house recently erected wfjlTie dfdirnted mad rendy for use to nc eonimodute the overflow of toliolnri at the schools where they were need ed They nre KO constructed that they may be moved front schoolu school ns occasion requires and were ndiplttl by the school boanl as a bitter method titan renting extra rooms in the neighborhood of the overflow ed schools Each of the schoolrooms contains 80 scuts for SO pupClu They ure light shy comfortable anti provided Wjth all the modern schoolroouuuppolnt monts vDROWNED IN THE FLOOD A egre lib Wife and live ChlUren Luse Their Ilvr While Attempt- Ing to Make Their Eeape Jackson Miss April HJohn llor eIJdremaJ of Jcnrl river while trying to escape from the floill Their cabin had l4en inundated by the high wntcr and ht familyI was endeavoring to nittkei tIescape in a wagon when the vebiffe fell through n broken bridge Tend river is now stationary the hravj rain Sunday ulght having checked time falling waters The weather con Unlit threatening and railroad trVf Cc IU In n very boll condition jj- A PRINCELY GIFT 01IMeyer iiiKxrnupliu and IIU M iterfUOUOOO for a HoipUnlf New York 114t a rfeetiiig of the directors of Mt Slain lospital time formal acceptance of a tumult i ipn of 00000 to IHI used in the rr nn of n hospital building In he WII group under the MuitenlsloD of 1ie hospital ut Oae hundredth sfrcet Id Fifth nvenuo was annouiiciilI lite money IK the gift of Meycn Gu Mn helm and hid seven sons fho tl its desire to establish a perpKuul memorial to BnVbara Guggenheim tune Jutu wife and mother of the donors Plans and specifications for the build Ing have been prepared and the nark construction will be pushed READ CHEAP NOVELS Strange Ilrn of a inn Convicted et BiirwInK IIU Hrnrfa lor louse s1e Wanted to lie n Hero Atchison linn April laTn the district court Thomnrt C Woernmn pleaded guilty to the charge of burn ing the costly residence of J C Fox u prominent citizen who was serf temc to serve eighteen years In the penitentiary lIe admitted the Fox family hud been good to him sad that he set fire to the hoime in onlur rlClClIlngtheplover feel that hits kindness had brcn bestowed worthily Woerman ryas o reader of cheap novels Transport Suniurr nl Port RnlJ Port SaW Egypt April 21The United Status transport Stunner iqi arrived hero Time Sumner left1tV York March 31 laud in bound for Ma nlln She curries 738 cnllHtcd menttinder coinmajid of Mal Vlrt Usris GO commissioned olllcorn Mini 4 nunei for the hospitalH In Manila TJior li strongloxcd States troops in the far east Finn Htm In a IMIvhril llnttl Asheville N C April 24In a tight I at Alexander Chapel George lInr kips wits killed by Seymour SnrUon serlonslyebetween the Huwklns and plspppI Vimllli and was the rllIlIltof a longstanding feud The fight tools frplaceIhnt of Illslioti Jlullcii rTohluKr l was stricken with paralysis May 10 1807 und never recovered front time mdloOrellYtQrsiI Will Null on the llonecrain huntdrrduaitpdStatesIIJucltllon0 rbnti will sail for 1nldez on the trnl1 + port Iloset imnm 1 I h DELUGED WITH WATER e Additional Rains in the South Add to the Gravity of the Situation flareMany Small IluocH HFPII Kn tlrrl Cut Off trem the Outx lr World fur titer n Week MnU Inu the Slluntlitn desperate New Orleans April ItOno of the heaviest ruin storms of time season occurred herp during the night and New Orleans was flooded Monday IIn the upper mad roar sections of the city water still covered streets nutd sidewalks mad rafts lord to bo ufccd1 to reach tttrcet cars The city In std f fcrlnii coininerolnlly nM n result qlI the Mississippi floods and the crip plisl condition of four railroad linn entering ww Orleans The Missis sippi Valley has made sonic headway In getting its ranks In condition and the Illinois Central Is operating u par tial service but time Northeastern fit1 will completely blooktd Not untilI cdnesdwy or Thursday will tralllr be resumed The carrying away of the Pasrn guiila bridge bus Imilly erlppliMl the lnuls1llr and Naslnlllo which hat announced that alt night tralim willI bo temporarily suspended Through ilny trains however will be operated arrangements having been made to terry iwsaengers inn II and baggage auoM the hay nt Pascagoula The niovemen of freight lens been tutu porarily stopped It is learned that two more sjwnu of the Pascagoula bridge were ear clod away by floating ltoga Monday morning Meridian Mlsn April 24t Addltlon til rains here added gravity to the ttood situation In time surrounding country Small streams mire all out of the biinks mid larger ones will lu pin to rite n ain by nightfall The temporary traekwork which has been done will be damaged on all railroad s entering the city and resumption of traffic vlll 1m longer delayed Tin illuntlon In cutoff town lit growing desperate Foodstuffs are running hurt anti relief Is nowhere in night IteportK train the interior continue to cane In showing great devastation Farmers mire nlmiulonlng fHrmn nn worthless and entering the service of tallroads which employ all uppll runts Meridian Mifferwl great dam mgt in Sundays rams by severe washouts Fifteen incites of rain have fallen so far this month Mobile Mn April 14 The lion J situation around Mobile showed H more desperate condition Monday morning and every hour tho loss I i growing greater Tho oulsrllle Jk NnshvlH railroad which 1ms herete fort Ixwn rITe from any ilanwge aiul has bern hauling the freight suit pansenirorH of the Illinois Control Northeastern sad Mobile ft Ohio rat roods fur the least six days In now a sufferer also The condition of time Mobile As Ohio wis worse hall ever The wa ter has fallen very murk Imt 1ks damage can not jxxwibly be rs pa 1ml before Friday morning pistil clently to allow trgiwi to go UiroHgh In one place on time Mobile at Ohio three or tour hundred feet of traok inn been washed entirely array anti where the roadbed tsar there Is now u gully five feet deep The damage Is Incalculable and nearly all the roadbed for twcntyflvn mile will have to be entirely built over again Mobile AloM April 21A Heroic fight IH going nn ut Scrauton nail Moss Point Miss by railroad tumid liuntar urn to save the largo roper ty in that locality from further dam ago by floods Tho Louisville S Nash rifle railroad forces headed by Jen nralMonager Mctailf are trying to hotel tfieir tracks against the rising wftter Tin logs and driftwood com ing down on time flood Immure to be guided between the bents of the tres tie at time bridge there nail pushed away where they lodge Time work of rebuilding the big steal bridge at the break will bo rttshetl und ntemporary bridge thrown acrocn the gap made by thcjoss of three spans of the Pns cugoula bridge The road expects to be in working order by Friday There Is great danger however that the Scranton bridge two tulles east of the Fascagouln bridge may go All depends upon whether till enormous lag boom lit Moss Point holds or not Jackson Miss report that pond river has dropped ono Inch The weather is clear nnd it Is bellovcd hat the worst of time flood In that vi1 emit v ts 011IJjrtm1 Meridian south time flood has changed for the worst Heavy rains caused a decided rise In all time xtrcnmo mid every report tram tint locality IIs disheartening to railroad officials who tent full trafllr can not bo resumed undue of three weeks Citizens In small towns slit out from time outside Tvyrld tire growing desperate it being oneweek In many Mince they have received n ailful of freight or mull In Meridian time situation iN bud only the Mobile fc Ohio roud being able to handle eight May Day Parade In New York New York April HIl IH expected hat 10000 workluginen aril women will be In line In the May day parade which will take place next Saturday inenlng under the auspices othcICentral Federated min m iinil time united1 socialist party Instructor to he UI + utbsd Pekin April 24rJJIf Pekln govern meat hue decided to dismiss 23 TIIII isles trail lan und German military liiHtruetors now oinployed in military Colleges std provincialJ iirmles WJ1Jl- itht11 coO + IJJI J r of TOO SOON TO ACT- On nn tn UiiNl First Prove Thnt itral dents of the tlnltril State Irlrtl to Wreck the Wrllnml Canal IViinhtngton April 24limo result of the inquiry HO fur IIH It him gone Into the attempt to wreck the Wei land nnnnlI look by the use of dynn mlto was butt before the state depart inuut in n Ht +il telegniphle report train United States Consular Agent llrtiHh nt Clifton a town opposite Nl again riilln on the Canadian slilo of the boiindnry The report completely exonerate the llulTalo grail huiullorn from nil eonneetlon with time crime and strongly Intlmntu Ithat the ut regdultirly organized cOIIJ1lrn y among cwrtaln parsons in the United Starts believed to be nfillintcd with time Irlnh secret an oclitlonK It door not nppenr that time utnte dcp4irtment can do anything lit thin jtnge of the matter though Inter on If tho Canadian authorities shall have nmmiged to eeure tin nrcejwury evl denue upon whleh to bust a criminal proKoeutlon of the perpetrators of time 1erint the department will be called iilion to seeipe time extradition of the men to Camilla for puiilfhment if chcv idinll IK found within tin Pulled States Imler the extatlng Ilritlidi extrndltlon treaty It IIn also nn extra disable offeiiKe to eonnplre In the Inlted Staten to commit a erime aimliiHt projHrty In Canada ho that the promotem of the nahome may b6I united to necount PORTO RICAN OFFICES FILLED J 11 llnllnntlrr uf Maryland Air liolnlril Trcmurrr and John H IJnrrUuH Auditor WiKlilngton April 84 President McKinley has filled two Important of liars In Porto flea by sending to the senate time nomination of J JI lid lander of Maryland to be treasurer and John It lurrison of the DIstriat of Columbia to he auditor of the Inland Mr Hollander Is an assistant pro fcanor at Johns Hopkins univerait Urn Davis requested that an expert In questions of taxation be seal to Porto Itlco and Mr Hollander was se leetelnn the strong recommendation ol the college authorities as n special 1st on tit nubjeot of tuxatlon John 1L larrlMin although a na time of Virginia hiss bran a resident of Washington Mnco the chit war and has been eoimeotei with tin trenaury for almntit 30 years most of the time in the accounting n filers Per n nuns her of years ho WMH deputy comptrol ler of the department until that of lee utiN nlKillnheil by the Mockery uoiumliwion In 18V4 Mr larrison WOlf onntde rel one of the ablest tron ury Recounting otUren and a year ngo VAB Brut to Iorto Rico ns nwli or of eiifttonis lit ts now fit thAt erountry Pima pnvMiiMptlon In that In his new eajweltjr as auditor lie will have an- IcrviAsa of nil the olvfl ncoounta o Litt Iltd WEBSTER DAVIS SUCCESSOR riir Prrvlileiil ntnlnntra I rank U- C niilirll to llr Aaaliilnnt Jc- r tnrr or ChI interior Wellington April alThe proal lent rent to time senate the nonitnn firm of Pntnk I Campbell of the m trlet of CotiunUln to be nMilfllnnt see reuir of time Interior to cuocced Welt tnr Davhx Mr CNniplwII Is M years of age He was bent In Went Virginia und loft Washington ami Jefferson college to enter the union mummy At the close of the war ha opened time first free school In Vent VlrKlnln In 1H70 he oamo to Wnsh Ingiou us nn employe in ilia census oillce and rose steadily to itn assistant itttormyshlp in the ofllco of the nMialHiit ittorney general for the in terior department which position he has held fur 10 yarn Having by pr muttons Income first usslstont alto ney i TWENTYTHREE LIVES LOST p The Tnrkluli 1iiripilo hunt Mrlinmy- lllleiv tp In She llnrliiir of Ho rual N rln CoiiMtantlnopIe Auiml 1ltna ham Just been reenhod from lleyroot Syria to till tlTeot drift the Turki li torjRdo boat Selnnayll blew up lit n titr harbor on April 31 restipliitf ii e loss of l3 lives Itol Mlllii Close how Toilet III April 1W Operation a were suspended Monday at the three rod mills of the Illinois Steel Co iIn thus city Iletweon GOO and 700 unit wore thrown out of einjijoyment I 1s II rumored that till entire Illlnoit toel pliant hoy which IH controlled by the PVdePnl Steel Co will shortly bo closed down The rumor packs pf flulal confirmation however lllltlienNIrlceil Conch Ilarse New York April 4Time sightsI price ever pall for a eoiich horse win recorded at the American Horse ex ohaligo when Yililani L Hlklns ol Irniadolphla sold the gelding lied lOIld to Ihm mum I IWHOIl of JtOHtOn tor 510oOA ItitlliMiu Smiler fur the Trnimvnnl St Petersburg April IJIIerrs nnnounee the departure for South Africa of u body of aeronauts to or ganie a nillltary butloon service for the Transvaal They took the neces spry biillooiiH and ucceHsories with them Clillilrrnn Clutlilnur Jlrrclintit Dead Now York prll 24lhcrt Best a well known children H clothing mer shunt of this city tiled at the home nllI friend In Mount Vernon from n midden rtttncjK of guntrltis affectlniIame hrnrt Jr L5i 57ytwiti of rue Ml Bh Asked And you say you would die for BM Qeor4eie for yout Yet a tlioutand deatbi You are a noWe man Oeorgo My darting you do not know tn lodeto WellI deer I do not wish yen for me but I will tell you what you own do for me to show your affect on What j iiti Shall I pluck time star from the Crnlt1T1 dome Shall 1aS to the asn- llalI lie erase to flew for my love with It Bhall I tell yon bright and Inconitant moon that Jif glinting yon hilltop with her Unlit I that he mud not shine on thy nee tClOJrougiuly ha- rfo George no she In11rl11I1d P do nut wiili you to attempt sue u imp1 orefbIlt tie All I ask of you iis thlt Yef All I Ilk of you It thltilont call luIjI Kreueh tir the Uletlonxrr t Nobody who umsy be thinking of stop ping in peace at the Grand hotel In Ian tabout thetshouldask the maitre IIh6tei American woman who stake trench With the aid of a dictionary Although there Wit no need for it a they all spoke Kiicliili time pewiited in firing oil Ollendorfian Freiieli at the wailers every moment One sad eyed ht of time apron came down one mantle and aikrd for leave of alitence andWio maitre dholel himielf went up to solve IJIB 1 mytttry After a violent tirade against the inrivihty of the giroon the dcolarrd that 1 hit French was M frayed out at the rIIrl I that he did not understand what a bottle i of embonpoint was And it took the roamer 2U nunutet to diicover that the had intended to ask for tout Chicago hven tag Sf WIjj f A Mothers Tearstt III II I Would Cry Every Time Washed My Baby 1 When Iii wii 3 mooib old Grit fen ten and then large bode broke out ea my babys- neck The- tore rjirrad down has tack until iit became a ran of raw flesh Vbtal I washedstud pewdered him inyi pitiful witling Kne krirtrrDdinf t- had about prrn up tope of uvine him when I was urged to give him IleodrnapaNHa all other treatment having roiled 1 wnlirdi tit lern with UNd Medicated Soap ap Plied teed Olive Ointment and MVI hue Ha4i San pariUa The child termed to get boner every day And very seen the change wa quite ntttiHlbll The diMarft grew Jest mflammaiwn afar learn the skims task n a healthy rotor and the raw flesh begin e stale over wed a tWIt Wn termed ai the ale dropped ed less than two bet tles ei Jfoodi SantpariUa side by Roads ItdtetleJ Soap and heeds Oltn Ointment eDlllhltNlkil wonderful cure I cannot praitc the e medMnet half eMujh MHS alEIuxoT7ty1nleStltsebreterNYuThe J 1dDMtl tram Mr Uuenaots letter b I many mnthefv +rill b MHtrtiiiH Intruding the lull letter we willI tend nt foayaeylro MssCr l 1 l IJillfr ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Mutt Bear lenturt r r v lee FaoStetlU Wrtffir Bctew I IT ICeI CATERS Fin KEAUCKC rill IIZIINESS FIR IIUHSNESS FIR TIRPII LIVER FIR CINSTIPATION FIR SALLOW SKIN THECIMPLEXIOIf1 1 CURE SICK HEADACHE ssaea W G Robert No 946 East Wash ington St Indlanapollt Ind wrote June 18 1884 Palmers Lotion leas completely cured mo of BARBERS ITCHa- fter being treated in vain for over three years by various U Ds Lotion Soap Prevents aad assists la curing all lath afflictions By Dreggiata only IW H 3DOUGLAS comparewith Indorsel by over J0 oK Westmere The genuine tan W L I UIIal nine and juice ttsmped or bottom Jake tutxliiuie claimed to be lOdealerhot we will send a pill receipt ol nlct and sicft III ntn lor eirriax Suit kind or ieday55 ire sod width nltln or coo toe Cat freeFM tiwrN IL OOUGU osuC CD hkte- nD Vasa 101rCUrt at once couclit Cou h Syrup colds croup whooping pxaruQ I I T f V f U W A fr Ar r ifWi= l c t 1 TO t i Djo P u FIGHTING IN THE RAIN The British Made an Advance But It Was a Disastrous One eel naT U Still Holding Out nl1 Wrpeuer Boera Mare Craned j In the North Hide of theI Ca led oil Itiver Orangerreej conIt Jnmmerahurihuve been I menIaveto clamber to the banks onlyI to be slim down The lloers were so IIrcnchlctont weretI deI br lurhd1 courageThu t InterruptIng t IIIt1 er every step being closely contented I by the Hoers from the republican J alit there Is u good dent of Interest S lug new Monday A Thubn NChu illspntob dated Friday April 20 re purl Ale tirrivtil there of Command IntttaDawtt and Vllllom and nn attack iiHin 3000 Hrllhdi iindor Gen Oat gent Tho latter of eourc IH n asps I Urtem iit nH It ta probable Oon Hun die fa numnt Tit ilrtUah it lIH ndded oowipied MIHIO kojijd hit their Mt v1iig was drtvuii bank The Hoer IOM wits one krIl KMd Uvu wounded Prom Ilnunifurt conies the news pnLrt1plate and mitTrrfd the loss of one kHJwi and two teen twpttired In- ldbtJt a Free HUt r who NVBH load iHT tie party A Irttoria dlapntdi dated April tl 10i ilir Ilatrat efltoktl ne vB war that Ipiiiinif u pravueiltiij within a unlit nn ixiiirn ride of Ilewetalorb + vlth iv rcviilto I nin ladystltli Monday genies n inih MiyiHtr All IB qaiel old haS- tt tIH i Nr Kas am atlOHtr- I H bn April 4Tume IMoeiBfOn t iu irrr pun4rHt of the R4ntanl rihinir tit oplerutinoa at Irrxw I 7flhI 1t MII arly hilt tits mvalry cnmc i T a hy in front n iwMtem on kt i fiirr iHljttiHliif f WHv KOJI Enable i iiUmt tit Hiarcb to the awiUtt i i ten Dleii Mia brtfttd Ml Imtk to Iin north to Hwult the Infantry at liklist fUntrlHir nlovOerl iMriug t inittt eipm Pol CHrew with Om rIiiriii otiB briiedrpdreatid1 in 1t ifiit ffrm from Hie gouts and v i with the fiD MT nntto h I th l lJjMVlluy ltt3i lhim1tIICwI IQ1rI- l I x and Ynrlwliln rejrliwiitu nd UKMI in rxteHded lies rutfriH the + t wdltl thin Itulutlll brigade took Dp K ljXwttlOM to the tiouth with two fld lixttorteM andl naval guns Shah taroil Hj time roekM the onemy opened ponspontrI Onr mess over t open ground In plendhl style by n HUCCIM anon of short rushes fnlllnj prone xvhtto pouring In their volleysI The npjiriKioh of ilnrkneuH thrpntoncd to Imro tho lloere in poKKowlou but just bfaro tInMt time Iliwx regiment gal InU1jmreaarel forwnnl anti drove the last man of the enemy from Iinrde Kraal n bold spur of Ixeuw Kop blrlU1onrlyThe colonIn I dlvlnlon under Gen Urn tank advanced eatitloutdy followed and BlipportQd by 0 n Harts infantry brigade It wa found that the Iloera had evacuated their position on Hunh mnnM Kop during the night A run nlng tight has teen proceeding nil 1llHy thcJtrltiRh gradually advancing and the hosts Inning ground OCT llrnbant IIH moving in n northenxterly dirootlon keeping llaMiitoland elose u JitB right flank ThotiMindn of Uasu tos nre wntohlng the opera IOIIH Our aniunltloM HO far are 35 wounded HInndHlnngte April 33liner sites bangers who nrrived in eamp tbl morning were identified nu UOUK n cer Holtor from Honkbtirg and KdwardK notorious for his ant IHisgliali speech sifter the JameHon raid They brought n letter from the Hoer general to the commanding ofilcer here They were much surprised nt the ordinary ap pearance of the cutup Hell declared they were only getting need to the war now nnd that tho soldiers were only beginning to light Tho meusen trots were finally escorted to the out pout AHwal North April 23Col Dal jjtrty 1U holding out nt Wepcner It IIi reixiWld that all the Uoera have oronHcd to the north side of the Cale ijon river London April 2flhll Dally fete graph has the following from llotdiof dated Monday April 23 The Hoert lire closing In on Jloahof Their near elli laager IsI five milts dlntant Com munication with KImberly still open Durban April 23lien Sir Charles Wurren bas been appointed adminis trator of iWhitannland He sailed euterday for CapeTown n n Rtra d Admlttnnee Seattle Wa h April 23 Thirty ol 320 Japanese brought by the steam ship Din Jun Mani have been refused admittance to the United States by tho uommiftslonera and if their opln Ion IIs concurred la by n board of In quiry they wilt be returned to Japan I ound Her inlltr Mldltabournr W Vn April 2A verdict of Involuntary manslaughter was rendered In the trial of Alma Bowen for the killing of Harry Def flnbaugh She was given slxmonthi1 I 4lr the penitentiary and fined 2S a I DEADLY FOREST FIRES II fa IVurrd 70 to 30 Mrra Hare Heea Itonf Along the 8oathra li rn Railway In MnnKnbn Winnipeg Man April 2tIt tis now feared that 20 or 30 lives have been lost in tho forest fires along the Southeastern railroad The delayed regular train arrived early Saturday and the lumberman gho had escaped from the fire confirm all reports of tho serious nature of the fires and especially expressed fears for the safety of the men at Keiths lumber camp The fire smoldered for two or three days and was fanned into n blaze by ti high wind sweeping clean n strip three miles wide The water tank of metal and full of water at Vossars Siding wait consumed It is stated that all the men in Keiths and HuchnnnnM lumber camps were tmr rounded Many horses are known to have perished It iin moped however that same nt least of the men may have escaped The property loss will be very heavy- STARTS FOR PORTO RICO flor Allen Lenve WnnliliiKton for tlie Scene tit Ilia New Out lex United In tlie Dnnpliln Wanhlngton April 2fi Promptly nt 1 oclock Saturday afternoon in n drizzling rain the U S S Dolphin oast off from her dock at the Wanhlngton nary yard and steamed down the Po + lomnc carrying Uov Allen of Porto lUco to the Scotia of his new tiutles AB the Dolphin sailed away the Ma rite band played Old Lung Sync the yard batteries boomed a parting salute a detachment of mnrincM tinder command of Mnj Diokimi drew up nt Present arms and handkerchiefs waved from the friends and onlookers gathered on shore Capt Sutherland expects to make the trip to thou rain in six days nr riving at Porto men on tho X7th In taut COLOMBIAN REVOLT GROWING ItelirU Surcrniifnt lu Several Iln- KnnriurnlH and Several liniior tans CltleH Cnptured- KlHpiton Jamaica April utIoN from Colombia aay that Uoous dot Toro Panama IH In possession of Ute rebels I wtt FrUlay Uto govern neat chartered a Urltteh strainer at Colon to take the troops to Hocus dol Toro where an important battle is itxpootetl With linens del Toro n the humla of tlio rolielf Colon in practt sally Uirmtened Them IA aoitriderqble excitument nt Cnrthagrn over H report that Damn tJlCInaIMI Jy1 oredltinl but there nri ROW V 1rnundn for Jxjllevlng that the town WIll be takciVTlmin- kart re Will He Hi n Trouble Washingtiin April 2111 Per rough Hey the Turklnh minister said thtt he probably would hoar front his government In n short thno concern lug the American claims He Instate that an timletibUd unttlemont can Ira nrmnged nisi repeats his statement already publUhrl tout in view of the high esteem in which he won held by the sultan and the fact of his acting In a diplomatic capacity Minister Straus was not justified in making the assertion that time sultan had broken Ids promise In regard to the Kcttle mont of the claims Inanlied lllmaelf to Dentn St Louts April Inull Ferguson a Negro 20 years old laughed himself to death bemuse thisSt loulsIbascluill tenor had defeated tho Pitts burgh nine nnd he had won n largo shut of money Ho was returning tfIhis home in high elation on n street car when bo met some of bin friends i and in telling them of his good folott tune laughed BO heartily and oJntln jj- uously that he Caused a hemorrhage I of the lungs and died on the 5trtOtII rat before aid could bo Mimmoned Merrier nt n Church DuorII Syracuse N Y April 3TohnHughes aged 60 years shot nnd kllhiII his wife Hannah Hughes and flrrlII II- ously wounded Kllrabeth Lyons nJdJJ leavingSt 1 ltl then went to the house oh o frltnlttI t n mile distant nnd attempted to comrmit suicide by stubbing himself near tho breast with n pair ot shears He was found there by the police and sirtrested Hughes and his wife lad sep united The Lyons girl was accidentally hit by n stray bulletff Queen Victoria Sunday Dublin April JaQueen Victoria attended divine service In the chapel of tho vice regal lodge In tho ofterI noon she went for n drive visiting 8t Vincent Catholic college 111et JusuallyJ After More lion Chicago April 22Two nun repre senting the British war department are negotiating at the stockyards forII 10000 horses for service In South Africa AdmDewey ltjhlujt Washington April 23Adm Dewey Iis hesitating nbout issuing his politi cal statement Men close to the nilIIj miral sire urging him to speak nnd toJISpeak promptly while others are imIpressing upon him the valise of the j rule Silence lu golden DUatiled Steamer Towed Into Jertfl rtrluncrrI Philadelphia for Cork which line beesM btwowtellI tthe NOTESI FROMWASHINGTJ I I Legislative Mevemeat 1 is Herne I and PlntJfeali 1 12I- LLS I SIDES ARE STRWILIKS YES Costly t letyry of Repuhllraa in ltie Porte Rican A ar heroaera- ti1aut to Armor Tlate I cterr CaBjaged by OvrernmeMt Heprr rn lire flicks Eplasatioal Kle 16 3m Special Correspondence The house republicans feel softie what In need of repairs aiitce the past sage of the Porto Rican bill It wa J ono of those victorlcn more costly tjaoll odefeatjagThej tentlon strictly to the appropriatlc xJ of money for some time There sir three big bills mid any number oj minor measures that must bo sent to the senate by the mlddle of MayTlN there Is to be the proposed adjourns tent by the middle of June The naval appropriation bill wlllnjj gage the attention of the mouse nonce Then there ore the post office sundry cleft and general deflcllnc y it tnensurcs Time latter will br hcHL back until the lost moment bccuiiBejla contains material for pointed dento orutle crltloism It is the epitome t tho evpiiihlvo blunders which tboa uiliiistnitlon has been committing The consideration of the naval afia propriotlon bill will precipitate ub ter struggle lit the house over tlu qiipstlon of armor plate The major tty will contend for n free 1I I1II08 Senator llevcridge would say nilll Avllllng to pay 342 n tort nod us mucfri moro as the Carnegie company inn demand The democrats will contcud fornn armor plate factory built sad nwffl aged by the government It husbe jij shown that the best armor plate can be manufnettjred for about 200 n tnnnd that it ito In time interest of ocolV amy to kavu this work done by tljS government instead of by n trust ThJI democrats tvlll also urge the bufldlug of ships hi government yards ratii E1ropsWleaavote horn both proposition but tljSJ debate will bi an 1llIt Live one oIMC lUulrrtalldlnJf n t s the democrats wilt be title to IIhD anjfUI with trust IntiiVstn nbieli the republican request for n big appropriation Just here it ufuJ4 J noted that the combined army tt 1 m1imlnllltrtltlonj I iaoOjWO W for the flksol ti 2ir1pI trh n mr Till aflinlntiffii iTOR rots tuft c that it would be flip part of wlwloiu to lot Use Porto Itlean mntter4lrop out of sight now that tho bill Isi pawed It IH recognized that If popii j fur agitation contlmiow on the matter it wlU seriously endanger the chances of republican success III the coming presidential campaign Slut time people of tho country wilt not bo quiet Congress is slinplt del aged with letters und new pnicr at tnoKH from republican sources too xpresblng the utmost indignation at time passage of the measure So desperate has become the condi lion that the suave nnd Ingenious Kcp rexentative Dick secretary of the re publican national committee has deemed It advisable to have himself Interviewed and to explain tho measure The democrats think that him isl scarcely ns happy ns usual In his choice ot arguments He says that llrretdent possessions in the Phnipjjlnes He goes 611 nt great length to point out the danger Jo American Industry anti labor unlexs fnr6us unconstitutional barriers sire raised against the new toH80lons The democrats pointed out the thus quesionedexpansion which toliglll millions of people of mitten races und entirely dif ferent character of civilization from I our own Tho democrats ns unic l that If mich people were taken nt ail they must be under the protection of the constitution nUll entitled to tim- eights guaranteed by that Instrument If time new jwssiMloiiH could not comp to us In that way time United States 11 better oft without them Itepresentntlve nick show very clearly In his official statement that the republicans desire to institute n system of colonial possession over which an irresponsible congress and administration shall be time dictator IrroKponnible because acting without the guidance or control of the consti He Intimates plainly that the pllbllcnn nre striving to establish precedent that the constitution does not apply to the insular posses stuns wlllngtoIsm thus clearly dclined nnd they are TtcprescntutlveDick this time the rtpnbllcnn attitude in the cllJ 1palgllIRunning Mnte for MeKlnlcy Mark Hannn hiss been conducting a campaign to find n Vanning t 0 lot McKinley Mr John In Long secretary of tit navy Ihis now Kiiifl to be the stared candidate The search this time is not EO much or the modest citizen who will con toadhimnpiu Inatlon ns for some one who will bolI andbringupontlutTande him with anytlhlagt The kaleidoscope may change n num- I tr or times before the country but uprightandman who wilt aeil real MrIlanna fondiI suffleiently nominated at Philadelphia by acclnmn tJeo lie has been rather disappointed tlatt i Illsiconfer tube vice presidential nomina tlon f SusplelonsThe iloncommlailon l j I a loin railroad Interests are also urging thejhence to control the Interstate com rnrrct commission completely If the tJXi ting inocuous law cnn be amended Jn certain directions But with their MiHitl shrewdness arguilient prellItnteolng nothing to discourage combina Jtlotts and proFollngr tV The senate republicans are Insisting that the ship subsidy bill must be amwHi They have the necessary votes jhnd emi probably pass this measure mu the IciuocratM ore politely but tho4tipsubsidymatter Blllippliic bill and gome other mcas Birw are ahead M It It Is saIJ that IIInB slepent n t1urtulu shipbullll ntrlaterestH for a goodly portion of life palgn contclbtitlons hence his auxy- shy to carry out his share of the bar- n ADOLPH PATTBRBON IMPERIALISM POISON I Pcrrerklnn nf ratrtntUni and Los of Inllllonl HnKnill nail Vcrn lty L Prof Joseph H Crocker of inn Ar bor 1khn a nvlew of the Philip jnae ituation published In the BjMHDpneld Iepiblloan refers to the POMOU of ImporinllAn engendered by Ir filling away from rat prtnclplos Iu the many bud thing bound up tN unfortunate business none U than the degradation of America 5ur to follow In more ways than one If nowCiofLIffMry in needed than the fact that Its de rfIfJ arc led ao quickly to ptlrt Clompua Ith otnr argameJ ful tRce rnilp- h ltAM n UP- Eo v Itt Idtiai1o to cmrnaw n0omft del1a mar iiiikl hive appealed to tkshln ton 11- 1of4 ntV a PHrr K0 abhorrent to the fa tlier hit hs country What Ignoble UHVor aeltlx twisting has words Into the ap ITOVfln1 i fOJclgn conquest Who would andIj aBHjywiiai n would no soon become mere yjBSjjsri with words pretending that our rWVfq i territorial expansion furnishes art fiiSyiMtMl warrant for a colonial nys two fhr r rose the ocean entered upon by warfare knd tnalntaliixl by congress with out Qpiwiltutlenal Mf Times facts tjwUhQtV virulent n polio U at work national mind Wo hove here al rend perversion of patriotism and a IOs yanxcllytltodTJlerids money In It and that Is nuf tlshedtt but a national venture that leads men to cuff at the declaration of inde eiia1fnl to ridicule time constitution as outgrown to denounce time wisdom of the faQifrrs an foolishness and to declare that AtRcrtJan glory dates from Manila bay is Thers not something ominous In such talk7 If u brief experience in the upan- IslI50 tof Aroorlca that rcoff at American rrfnolplos produces such reaults It It sitUnij to sound the alarm If the detente of a policy compote men to take such peal ttjjt there ii something InnnUely dangti oufjinthnt policy 5sTime AVornt fart ot It Porto Klco bill as it has beodme luW nvery different tbln from the hllTtltut wns brought into congress t wqs ivhtiileil down and eared out uiiiljiily n skeleton of the original iliuimronmincd Hut there is left what iiiyiujr triiitx all the jobbers and spec tiliijajbi and franchise grabbers at 11ait ngtun trlldlio hard to retain nanjy the proclamation of the sa pr niiify of congress over time Iontltu tioim l does not matter that time rate of customs duties is made 13 per cent ofthcDinglcy schedules Instead of 23 per ccni It does not matter that a pcrford of two years is sot for thw op rajfhnof this tariff instead of making It lIJfiryctual It does not matterthat the revenues thus obtained are to be used ta paj the charges of government in Porto flea None of these things eountagnlnst time fact that thl law assumes to set congress shave time con stitution Thus is the worst feature of the whole business It alleges the right of congress to go outside the von stltutjpn the creature to dominate its creator It asserts the right of congress jto erect a tariff wall against tradebctwecn parts of the territory of flit United States Host on Post rThe history of this legislation musty naturally and necessarily eon IuetillIis a chapter of vacillation and contrndle tlHi1ot explanation and apology of cross purposes and changing policies I IIEhtImncloull the mere glaring by ill tempered defense cf Illadvised steps The congresaIltbtaonths to come Washington Post f riiB tariff law a i applied to Porto IJkQ SvIH bo compelled to stand one IIs no doubt that H morltcstTbtre the courts nUll limo of the most Ini pora Shittt lists ever buen made us It Phtlippinslslanlisi tT t ktltFifMfMM l fIitt+ KMfiMtUK j STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I J 4It H Ma JfJfIiNoIiSJiIIis J COLSON NOT GUILTY Ttio Slater of KotyjnJ emaree Walk a FoHh From the Court Room at Frankfort at a Free Man Frankfort Ky April 3David G Colcon excongressman and colone- of time 4th regiment Kentucky ohmI teer Infantry In the Spanish wnr and on trialI for four days past charged I with the murder of Scott und Dem acquitttl was returned by the jury nt 027 nfter being out only seventeen minutes The verdict hind been generally anticipated tilt the last minute of time trial of the case Commonwealth Attorney Franklin closed the sego meat for the prosecution with n speech which was pronounced time su prcmc effort of his life and UH effect I I amongCalj I ertllctII wits returned AVhen the jury flied Into the courtroom a few minutes sifter it hind retired It was nt oncet j known n verdict had been reached i and an acquittal was looked for Theret was no demonstration however untilI j Special Judge Henulon who had been 1d1 OUjmnlleIj1 lVe have responded one of tin jurymen at time saute time handing n jidlp of paper to Sheriff Suter Circuit Clerk Ford had not rending the verdict which read We the jury find the defendant not guilty till the crowd in the court room catching the import of it broke Into wild cheers Cal David 0 Coition who has been confined in time Franklin county jail which IH guarded hS the Bcekhum state troops and who teats acquittedj on Ills trial in the circuit court Sit urday addressed the soldiers Sunda morning in response to an uvitatto t from thorn He left for hits house smt Mltldleuboro Sunday night Ills room setts crowded nil tiny by friends who called to congratulate him on his tieK quilt u1 Senator John A Hen Dead MorganUeld Ky April HStutlSenator John A Lull tiled at his home in this city Mr Bell was time ynuniji est senator In the state legislature Inning just reached the constitutionall sign 30 years He was n loyal admirer of William Goebel In returning home from Frankfort nt the close of the last memorable session oi time IcglHbi tune lie and Juts infant glrJ foiitrncttfd pneumonia ills baby succumbed a few darn but he struggled npnliint the disease until Monday He was u model ioijug1 man and an entliuatnst- democrat Ills future was bright po litically and otherwise soul lie will be missed by this community He was n prime favorite in this district hsmin popular even with his political oppo rents i RxMnyur Shot A Wniiinn LoiiiNvIllff Ky April 21 EvMnyor Stillwell of Crawfordsville Ind iis iinI jail hero and trill probably have to answer to the charge of murder Still well claims he was enticed into tilt house nt Tenth and Green streets by a colored woman named Lottie Kerry i Upon entering the room he says he 1 was pounced upon by the woman andl t j a Negro man who hind secreted himself behind the door During the l scuffle Stillwell drew his revolver and discharged it twice Doth bullets perforated the womans abdomen andI slue fell to the floor fatally wounded Stillwell then surrendered himself and claims selfdefense The woman IB dying Jury Palled to Aprre Richmond Ky April 22tler bo Ing out two days without reaching a verdict Judge Scott called time jury In the slue of Dock Lowory before nOIenltrtdI 20 years 1 penitentiary I lltlcnl Trouble Driving Out Capita Lexington Ky April tCUr Au ditor L K Pierce of this place has Slveu out n letter from Cincinnati capltaiiHtK who decline to locate a stunm heating plant in Lexington because of time political troubles They also declare they will withdraw their similar ventures at other points In the state ItrprrBrutatlre Stout limit Versailles Ky April 24Ibis Germnn II Stout 42 representative from Woodford county died Monday morning nt Georgetown where he i was taken 111 last Thursday at thlImineral of his IIlsttrIMlurrV Strike Settled Owensboro Ky April 2lTime coal miners strike was settled ut Central i I City nnd 600 strikers will return to work Monday Operators nud miners both made concessions j Aloha Sheep IVrryville Ky AprilMDWI huve Ibets making destructive nocturnal raids on the farmers sheep i the losses aggregating hundreds of i lollnrx J W Hroyles Is the latest I victim with1 n loss of moro than 100 I In a single night Murder Over a Woniasi Vest Liberty JKy April 2AtWlilte Oak In Morgan county James 1 ltartan shot and killed McOree lirownt1 ojllll1 msfliABoth Vcr young tjO huve been at the bottom of the j troubled f r tWILL RETURN TO KENTUCKY Taylor Still In Wnahlnjcteii and Wills There Until After the Contest Argument Taylllnr IOM rctcirnedIpresent expectation is to remain In the city until after tbo disputed governorship contest Is r gucd In the supreme court next week Whether be will stay here until iEis decided by the court he has not yet determined lIe said he had a very andsfrepublican leaders about his case Ile preferred however not to go Into tho y details regarding the conference onto be interviewed regarding other fea casej friends of Mr Tay ilor it is ascertained that he has not received any information regarding the indictment charging him with tic ing nn accessory to time murder of ifr Goebel which It was rumored had timejshould the decision of the su 11en court be against his right to IrellentflnIjj Instituted against him there IK J Ilnmpton who has been with Mr Taylor since his visit here and 1who accompanied him to New Yock hits returned to Kentucky METHOD IN HIS MADNESS Ail Deanne IrlNoner Heavily Handcuffed K cnl11 From the Olfller Kit haute to the ThlnC l Winchester Ky April LlinttYoung who was arrested n short titan ofyPitmeti a i store nt Bird itnddenly became vio i j Icntly Insane and was ordered to thin II atrium at Lexington The sheriff and his deputy J J Diirbnm started to Lexington with the prisoner While changing oars at Winchester Voting escaped und ihnughcloubly liundcufied outran his putmttn seal lug relictS and crossing lots with tan agility and speed of n greyhound Later he wns found about six miles from toroth and retaken He had in some manner procured n tile snit when discovered was busy trying to remove his shackles p unit of Trlnl FJS ir t InPrtukfoct Ky April flTudffa Cantrill has fixed April 30 for the sir anti1uallow nIck Combs Indicted ua principals In the GoebCi assassination nnd Caleb Powers and John Davis in Thenttornpysgon dayw111 0 1 petitions and affidavits asking for n change of venue Time date fpr ar raignment of others has tsar been fixed Will HP nTvcnTiT Hriirlnir April aFrankfort Ky April 21 Common wealth Attorney Franklin in the ell cult court Friday ntornlng asked that Henry K Youtsoy one of the nfen In dieted as principals in the asiasTna iolsey brought into the courtroom Tho Indictment was read to Youtsey whoipleaded not guilty Motion was en tered for bail und the hearing was yet for Monday April 30 KxpPCtM nit Acquittal Biirbourwille Ky April 1Testf mony In the Baker case closed Tint defense has been strengthened candid erably by evidence brought out and acquIttlllStJnml r kers story It wnl shown by Mn s Murray and others that White jut before dying exonerated Dee Baker of any connection with the murder Five speeches are to be node two by the defense nnd three by the prosecution Popular Moil fnnnrn Avrny IJardstown Ky April 4MrCharles W WarreTl died here at an early hour Monday morning afteraa short illness of nervous prostra tion Mr Warren tats the son of City Marshal Henry Warrell of this place nnd was a young man of great popularity He trams thlrtythren years old and was manager of the commonwealth grocery mere lie leaves a wife and two children Indictment fur Manilnushter p1P Frankfort Ky April UThe Frankfort county grand jury Friday returned Indictments for manslaugh ter against Craig Ireland and James Horton both of the county IRjrtoa is charged with killing Garland IJreer Attietreeks ago mind Ireland with killing Lcn Williams a negro on the day Vm Goebel was shot Jude Julian Withdraws rVanlcfort Ky April 20ludge Ira Julian of this city who was nn announced candijate for the democratic nomination for congress in this dill tric withdrew from the race lnthe interest of lIon South Trimble nlHo of thIs county Gather unit Sun Surrender Albany Ky April SO JqidiW Wright and his son Luther vh6 are charged with killing Porter Cope nt heir home in this county have cur rendered lIlY claim selfdefense fWrlghUis GO owl his son 17 a 4 i 1- r It1 THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren t HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY APRIL 27 1000 i MCKINLEY will not attend Dewey celebration in Ohicagoc ttttSENATOR WELLINGTON Republican of Maryland has declared that it McKinley is nominated he will not suppo him t t t tawSECRETARY LONG has announced hia willingness become a Vice Preside lutfalKlnleyttttp MISSOURI populists denounce Bryan plan to license trusts as n scheme to enable political parties to levy blackmail on capitalists Pi ttttIK number and variety of exhibits at the Paris Exposition tho United States stands alone and unrivaled except J by Franco herself tttt I CHICAGO is making extensive arrange I ments to welcome Admiral Dewey upon his visit to that city on the anniversary of the battle of Manila bay ttttTHE official returns from the election held in Louisiana last week show vast Democratic gains There will be not one Republican in the IeRis1nturoII ttttNOBODY can feel coldly toward AdIuilral Dewey who recalls the splendid picture he presented on the bridge o the Olympia at daybreak cf May 1st 1898 ttttTiE Evans men bolted the TcnucsatX Republican Convention at Nashville Isat week and nominated a separate State ticket and delegates to the No tioual Convention tttt of TIIE contract for the reconstruction a the recently burned Kansas City Con vention hall before June 15 has beenI signed with the GillettoIlorzog Manufacturing company of Minneapolis ttttnlTim building of the Nicaraguan oanalI seems a foregone conclusion Our gov eminent has secured a strip of land to miles wide between Costa Rica and Nicaragua for tho building of the canal tttt vSTself for the Worlds Fair of 1903 Those who attended tho little show at Chicago will open their eyes in wonder when they take a peep at the real thing in St wiLouistttt RS THOMPSON Chairman of tho National xecutivo Committee of theDUnion Reform party says that an att tempt will be made at Cincinnati Mn ydes9th to trio with the Middle of the Readers ttttIT is worth noticing that the repreff sentatives of tho German Press of ten ag states havo met at Chicago and decided toropposctho Republicans this fall be cause of tlelr subservience to trusts nod monopolies 3GENERALthat the Ordnance Bureau of the army through prejudice is rejecting American inventions notably the high explosive 1 thorite thus driving the discoveries t0Aforeign Governmentsmtttt8 B HARRELL State Senator from thea Ninth District who created such a sen gallon in tho recent Legislature will resign his seat in the Senate and go to Sherman Texas where ho will practice his profession Ho says lIe is done with politics for good JTUBWhites homo paper denies tho report thut Judge White will not bo a candl date for reelection to the Appellate bench in 1902 With Judgo White Iin tho race all figures on the contest will have to be changed vtTUB War Department has issued a warning against men without means n going to Cuba in tho expectation of mCling a living Hundreds are strapev ed there as these is literally nothing for them to do Tho Cubans as is their right are being given whatever of em ploymeut there ia going j ttttADMIRAL DEWEY has denounced the sensational story that ho said all Demo a crate were traitors in timo of war and idols in timo of peace Tho old man is Is rapidly learning the cost of entertaining presidential aspirations but he banndies tho enemy now as of yore undwJ every shot hits the mark ttttTine Supreme Court of tCe United States has decided that the shippers must pay tho war tax on express pack tlcasesv0 question at issue but the opinion was based tipon the case of tho Amen ranhis OeneMaynardrah v LOCAL NEWS 1ST Watches repulsed nt Beaks goodl Fishing parties will soon bo tho order of the day The Fulton Quarterly Court war tin session Monday Ice cream and strawberry suppers will soon be in order Services at the O P Church SunI day by A S Dabnoy hFlUmenJ cnllrith your pralac- rt at MB SHAWS Big Store Four prisoners in tho county jailII aiting trial at circuit court Decoration Day will probably b fixed by the Council at its next meet g Candidates for county offices are be ginning to announce in sonic counties of the States There is no harm in a man thlnkln of writing a poemit you dent lot it go any farther them that u Tint your walls with Plastico A fresh stock at CowoiLL fi CowaiLLs Tho Bloomer Girls II n female base ball aggregation is billed to play in Hickmau next Monday A number of Ilickmanitcs wont tto Columbus Sunday on Sam Lntous gasolino boat Pearl BrlcK for yule In any quantity II N COWOILL Burglars mndo and unsuccessful at tempt to blow open tho safe in the Poo- Dles Bank at Bardwell lost week The Dyersburp District Conference convened at Troy Tcnn yesterday at 2 oclock p in Bishop Galloway will prob attend one day For Hale Fine Brown Leghorn eggs f0J cents setting of 18 M L ELLISON haveielected J C O Dnnford of Oniahita College Arkaaelphia Ark as Presi dent of Clinton College for flee next term With the advent of nice weather ramble to tho woodlands are in order The most beautiful season of tho year for a communion with nnturo iy now at hand A photographer dote Wrong Hois an exchange when ho takes such a pieluru n girl that she will make herself un toflook like it lots Walt Paper SprinKStockvery low prior Call and wake se lection Wilson Book Store Representative Chas K Whcclor controlncr currency establish oWtclliffef The Crayon is the name of a new at Bandana Ky with Reeson us publishers It is a very neat seven column folio and is very credit ably gotten up Wo wish it success upinthout getting stuck together One by one civilization overcomes the moon veniences that summer has for the adi poRe in YOU INTENDto paint your house IfSpring so SWAYNE The Druggist Ho hand mixed Paint Oil Turpentine Vat nishes Stains Hard Oil Finish Etc Prices nghtIThat Minnesota man who wants tho amen to subscribe to un international reoment not to sell their wheat to less than one dollar por bushel h yubroughtA total eclipse of the sun will occur May 23 about 0 oclock in this the country It will be total fn th- utheastern part of the country Another eclipse of the sun will occur Nov 1not visible in this part of tho coun try A partial eclipse of tho moon iillI jbilled for June 12 story is going tho rounds about a whose wife had gong visiting and would not listen to his appeals to come homo before her visit was out Ho tool copy of his homo paper and carefully clipped out just one item then sent the paper to her Tho scheme worked ad mirably and in less them a week she was happenedthatj know about The debt of a Cleveland church haliquidated by novel means The of the congregation held their up for the price of the usual1 sponllingthotho contribution box Tho husbands nro smiling benignly on this evidence of do smilingtoofor u moment they will not have to in liberally in postLenten millinery nro mightily mistaken Every young woman who becomes wife at the ago of 18 to 25 years says a noted author has a right to expect 40 of housekeeping For 365 days ery year three times a day there are hungry stomachs to bo gratified Tho blushing bride at tho altar has before preparingI- daily duties of tho house such demands ftoculian task with no chance of going on strike But up to press hour we bay heard of no young lady in Hickmnn who not ready and anxious to assume Jho arduous duties About two weeks ago a young man bt E Blakomoro oA Kennett Mo eggsthatlie added that he was young single and heartwholo and wanted to marry He asked that any available young lady that chanced to got hold of the egg write him and exchange pictures The Democrat says that last week ho received an an swer from a young lady of Pittsburg Penn who seemed anxious to further investigate Bobs case Ho answered in most convincing wily and it need not surprise any one if a happy marriage oc curs from so small q beginning as a mes sageon an egg 1 e I- n 4d H r t t IIThe Right Way I ONLY WAY in THE our Store wishes il1ogiving you Just n little everythingIrant from the prices feeluthat its the LEADING iCOili r hAvog y tj itf f J3artyj SrrrtlJ Sbacrafjs 1 Elegant Bed Loan es Ss upynrdItOralI Hall TrtfeS ov S800 rIron Beds fronrS00 to 81600c It YOUVE IIAp tolB ITBM8 IN MINDyqur t tlielrt J JlIeed iJUt prices if you kuewi a were so 0100eI1X Jtt t It Isntt Tfliollate Now L f Its rmlly an uxeollaut tKQiith for their ptrecha I IIv t rbustno11 I IlII UNDERTAKERS GOODS tinWestern Kentucky t 1STEPHENSI SMITH I liJEW Y HESITATES iteslsts Urgent Appeals to Issue Elii Statement Admiral Dower b hesitating n out iflsraing hU political statement MPU close to the Admiral ate urging hiii t peak and sponk tyomptly while oilier aro impressing upon him the value of the rnlo Sllenco is golden aMrJ to IItaitsnro that hU fnvornblyWhntr Adnmiral Dewey rather favors the policy of drifting Ho thinks tho time to a t whon an emergency arises The Admiral is particularly iuterMt Ml in Georgia and Texas If the driP gates in these States can bo sent to Kansas City without instructions or with i u s t r n 0 tjijo u r for them to to vote for UfO Admiral the latter be llovei the Bryan South will be trant formal into into tho Dewoy South IiiitrucUng All DelrgutCH Since tho last issno of the Bulletin Itwo States and two territories have been tho scouo of Democratic couveu toons and tho selection of delegates In ll cases tho truly Democratic program ponnedthusdelegates that their wishes would bo conventionrtomtorlesIhave so tar selected their dole gates to Kansas City togothorwith till umber of delegates to which oach u entitled 111119 follows Dtassachn sats 90 8PennsylvMln 01NorrhjgNebraskaJBOregoni gUtahoDistrictoNowTotal1rAj In bVtiry case the delegates were in llrDntor==LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT j 1 I IIo E1 hnA WILLIAMS SHAW First class turnouts buggies surreys Uuatomorscarved Puej I iI e c G t I nh JiI Celt arknhle Cure for Jtbenmntltun j KJEXSA Jackson Co W Va About throe years ago tnr wife had an nttaok of rheumatism which ooufiu nl liar to liar bed for over a month nnd rendered her unable towalk a step with out aMlttanco hor limbs boing swollen SMadddxlams Pain Balm I jrarehanml n bot ilo and used it according to aircatloni Anti tho next morning the walked to breakfast without atHutaneo la any manner and olio honnt had a similar au luIM Shay State Line Druggist Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed 0 lines foah from fanners who are sntaorib proii l charge i iIchlle SalcOn Saturday Apnl 38 1000 all tho personal property of tho i late W II Ourlin will be sold by tho- u1mlnfttmtors at public outcry on the promises near Woodland Mills Tonu tJco hand bills for particulars For Sale AH good u small fann an thoro In in Western Kentucky D II TOOMBS rs STKAYEI From lliokman niwgilt March 17 one littlo brown mare about 15 hands lllgh speckiixiJons Wnunrr THE STEVEST Rel Livery and Feed Pl able Olluton Street west of Hlokmau WngI BuggiesHbrscxdatiou gircn Your patronage solicit led u CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are hero tqjjtay Nobody will appreciate yonr trypugbarbers Join HICKS IVYjA F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker niOKMAN KENTUCKY 1VEME A TRIAL when you want Riaokmithln done or repair In i peollJlllIUndertakord Qooda Common Ro ewooJ and Solid Bleak Walnnl Coffins nod ClUeJ which can bo litleil up in short nolkc and nt reaiou lehje prlcei OIve mo K Dell iShop near the Jail 1 JRI OVHIISLKH BIO FEE Nets Not Less him 0000 Uut of n Rig Texas Suit Jrecetltlll1c aided declslollrrecently down in the ease of roans vs the lions rton and TCXIIH Central Railway com pany reverses tho decmlou of tho Staid court and holds that tho State cannel KO ttii Its own j2bligntlcmll The snit was to rooover realest on the boudx of thv road hold by tho State school fundT I l7snntntiI ofltho Tho contention of the State was that the warrants woro not legal tender m thor hail been laxucd while the State was in rebellion Thot opinion of tho court domes this and hullo that tho Intercut duo tho Stato htw boiui settled in n legal nutunur Thv jnilgmout ugalust tho railroad In the shore courts tyro fl 500000 mid coste about one and a half million dollnnt in all IJxSecrotary John CJ Carlisle was tho attorney for tho railroad company and hU fee for successfully turlD unto the suit in favor of tho railroad com 000 was a largo one not loss than 05 IN almost ovary neighborhood Uiere in acne ono whooo life lies been caved by ClmiuborluujH Cholio Cholera RIIIII Diarrhoea Ilamedy or who linn II eared of chronic illurrhom by thot use of that inedloiuo Such persona iNlke OlportunUtho moans of saving other lives Iorjtale by Covcill it Cowjnll j 1 and A M Sinew State Line druf sit gII I 111m CowgiUJ bCUggLS tS j IIEAhgUARTEIts run t Ullillil 1 1 J rONIUSUOUHII SYi1UPL 117- 10llll1YIrrlnrIOJJUS PltESCltIPIONS Carefully Compounded M =4 Bread Jrr- IS r TILE 1 STAFF OP LI FBII 1 itrAMI TO eel 4 S GOOD FRESH BREAD fOO TO THK JOW + Oily Bakery If I r A I Bread Cakes and Pics Baked nClilgffN j IIJ8Al CJUAUl ICItH lOU iH and DomesticTropical Fruits Fine Chocolates r and Candies Cigars and Tobacco I J f I AFRESH iunl OBLKRY OVSTERSJii4Ihorh Oyster aorved in Caine flee Us t 4iTelophoet 6p TTow Bakerytr t+ + + + + j HUajestieJ CQ scabgc The Best in the World I You auMet Make a JflMtak- oto Buylug One at tiiese Rangesi Ono of ha Strongest Points IB Itn ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I MinutesBaying i Cull and KxaiMluc TIiCHi Yaull Iluy no Oilier a twaeHICKMAf JARBLE WORKS JIa4TAnLI IIE1 untJ TOM DILLON Sr Properrr C Stlwor to U C Raup dfcJ Marble and Granite Monuments OUEEJNGSTONE WORK of nllltinda- IRON FENCING c o Hiokman Ksr W R WEBSTER T DBALER IN PINS KINTUCKY AND T N67I3SIEIU WIII8KIS SOLE AGENT FOIt 3onrbon400OldOI Mountain Urovo U 2 II Old Standard Lincoln I I Lincoln County B 00i300II am SPECIAL OF IER I DEAR rulquarts8iRI am enabled to soil and WHISKEY RYE PREPAIDIBoxee with no marks to Indlcatc oontonte When yOU receive it anti test 1IIfit le not satiefROtort return Itat my expense and I will refund fOO 18300 Thismost liberal offer and I IS a trulyWITettgs 7f a I r ft ii xa+ r S ijN fcr T+ 1 arrtCJ y i4w xre JK 1u fJjlfJ8 I ItallroHd t Time Table N OStIi R R LKAVK8 AWllYKi i unlrralllI I mf Local and Personal at = ture E2T Ice Sodn free at Ducks Oho Baltzer spent Sunday In Daw can son of Mrs J D Prloo Iit vtilttng in Union City as A O Holmes U in 1uHoti this freo week MM Ilcnrv Emerson IB visiting in Union City of Mrs M llntidlo sprout eovornl days in Pulton this week ftlom1nOapt W A Shuck of Jordan was of inftouity Wednesday ried Mr John W Mayfleld of Cayoe WON In tho city Wednesday John llnRnn tho candy drnmmor was iu the city Saturday reMitvisited In Fulton Sundnyn olaDa business trip to LouisvilleGPercy Jonw ant MIM Nottle Hort trweakXWFreah Vacoluo Iomu and Lymph for Kale at Cwvcutt CowaiLis faro Mr Diok Dnrnall of hake county prTennAIOnFulton ppQttt Sunday in the city Mrs L U Keovos of Luxora Ark iM tho gut t of Mm 11 II Urovard Jima Goo Holm uocointmnlod Miss Ky Hattto Carpenter to at Lou fit this weak lringI1iilr Hlh grade Collars for 10s Kono I bolter at 26o nICE NAYLOK John Koouon of Pulton visited hit fatharA family In tills uity Sunday +Mvttni Ed Thomas and John Mur thy of alton wttro In the city Moti tiny tal Mrs 11 U Hrovurd will ut rUiIn thte omUroldory olub tomorrew nftor j faunpMliit Minnie Fruit of Now Mon mouth N J to visiting Mis Mario Bra vttrd Medamw C M Adams and A V CaURcr vinltod relatives In Union OIVy ywlerdny t Lon Shaw and Obwtur Bondurant attended tho BelMilgon wedding near Pulton Tuesday Wlt you want a first lam hair out or shave call on MIKE Hounixs at the Trco Barber Shop Mrs J K Page and dnuchter Mira J Bftwjf KcnnetUMo are TUItlng the fam grJJ- Ujlof In aliHoOMlllK Toinmio Holcombo who has been i attending a school of pharmacy at Lou Invllte for several month returned homo Monday Airs Tom Reynolds of Union City Tinted relatives In this city and violu Ity tho past week Mni Will Gorrlgan of Union City Tinted liar parents Mr and Mrs John Klugwood Hnudar III Now iitylo HaU for BDo Woll worth 75o PuruUhlug good depart A plant RICE NAYIXW Mr OhM n llaokctt wont to Cairo tbU week having accepted n position as pilot on tho steamer Condor Metdamori Jna IL Ford and P M Unhor of Pulton visited relatives in the city Tuesday nnd Wednesday Mr Thomas D Brown a ptoueo- cltimn of Fulton county aged TO died nt hU homo near Union Church lee day last Mrs Mary Llttlo tiled at her home near Crutahilold Saturday night last of er pneumonia lien two eons died of smallpox soma three weeks ago 1NW I other n lot or Misaca and Ohn drona SUppers at GOc to close out or 480tt U O Minima Mrs Henry Buahanan nnd Miss Sadio Amborg who navo boon visiting in Par lagould Ark several weeks returned homo Wednesday morning Miss Hattio Carpenter who lias is been nn invalid for several ears lofii Wodnasday for St Louis She will bo- undcrthc care of the Baptist Sanitarium J w Bisliop T U Dudley will preach at tho Episcopal church next Sunday t Sunday night Church congecnitioti it tho morning ecrvico and confirmations j nt night service Everybody invited Perfume 1 Perfume t An elegant lino just received by c SWAYNE Tho Druggist Lo Roby n cleric in Curuthere resa taurar was eovoroly burnt In the face head and neck Wednesday Tho inju j rica are painful but in no wino serious Ile was II1l1ng the cigar lighter with gast oltge when It ignited causing the Inju rice 0 =rim EvauBvillo Courier gays t Mrs Copt French of tho Sensation show boat has gono for nu extended trip through Europe Sho will surprise mar incrs over thero by showing them her license ns master and pilot on tho Miss issippi river IfrIf you want iFitTQualityMISSES AND OIIILDRENS1 SHOES it will pay you to see our HUM RICE NAYLOU Cash Shoo Store Troy News Banner Dr W M Bright of Iliokmab was hero Sunday mtldiMonduy attending his son DIV10a who Is sick with tousilitis and boll on his loft cheek Tho doctor says there Is not n vacant house In Illcktimu that tho town is constantly growing its trade improving and in short ho is do lighted with Ills new homo c tij Street Fair in HickmaD Mr Will S Heck now manager of Coney Island Cincinnati favor river resort and formerly manager tho Zoologlcnl Garden Is in corres pondence with Hickman parties na to managing a Street Fair hero this wagon least furnishing the amusement fea p The street Fair can bo maddfto comprehend a few or many features It be enlarged to tllon the dignity an exposition hut In any event prot rniuins should bo olTared just the Mine I the old county Palm There mutt beII I phown on the streets morning und i evening special days for fannoro bociotles Sunday uchooK cand It4rotii music and fun- 19lalfe In Vown in at E E Reovos Gos and M6 nice line of Carriages and Buggion Young Mens 17 in Buggies ore now out sight Both young ladles mill mar ladles nro specially Invited Cayce Burglar Arrested Sheriff Carpenter on Saturday ar sted hob Branham a colored boy a his homo In Moscow under a warrant arging him with burglarizing thoII of Campbell Underwood and ore Co at Cuyoo Tho bloodhoundsI aced his traoks from Qyoe to tho door stops of tho houso in which Branhnm lived HH oxamining trIal was bold lho Esquire Mnneiut at Cuyeo and the isoner hold for tho grand Jury at the term of Circuit Court CALL Tho Republicans ot Fulton county are walled to uicetlnominty aonven tlon at Hlokman Ky Thursday lft1I at 1 oclock p m for the purpose 0 ecting delegates to tho District Con which meotfl nt Padueah Ky May 0 1000 Leroy Collins Chairman Gco T BoadlcH Secretary 965000 Proflt It announced that the 7bpoka Cap made 108000 profit omlho OM woe k publication of its dally edition by Mr Sheldon who pretended to run tho per ia M JMWI would run It This shows UIUt there Is a wonderful amount of otto rloalty in this world And that no small eharo of that curiosity belong to the Christian people New Jnrr Law In Utah eight jurymen oonstltutoa JJ- I le gSl jury except in trials for capital of fonsod This was an innovation and the validity of of that provision in the State Constitution was tested In the courts The Hiprome court ef tho United Stnt- ln doolnion upheld the conntlUitlonalll ot tho Utah conNtitution A preced ntllal Uiud oBtabltdhed which may bo imitated by other states The Tree Itarbur Shelf Fin tI will say that I need your p1II tronago Second ccnuKo I nm prepared to do your work ThlrdBccaufo I am literal with you l ourth You will always find mo ready and willing to do your work with llazon sharp and towels clean neater shop cannot bo seenIn Hick man A It HOCKING Spread Like Wildfire When things are limo best they became the bcselling Abraham IInro- n leading druggist of Belleville Ohio bestrsellitlgLlltera years begininbowels blood nnd nerves Electric Bit ten tones up tho stomach regulates liv kidney and towels purifies tho blood strengthen tho nerves hcuco cures mul titudes of maladies It builds up the cutiro system Patti now life and vigor into any weak sickly rundown man woman Price CO cents Sold by nil Drngists y fExperiment m Municipal Government Tho government of St Joseph Mo ono which will ho followed with some intercut A number of Improvements ere badly needed in the oily Lut the Mayor found that so much money was pent in tmlarieri throe fourths of the tortespec tally desired Instead ot enlarging tho tux rate or issuing leads tho Mayor hit upon the unique teethed getting wealthy citizens who had leisure to servo the comrensnUolIrho watched with sumo interest Our foreign ambassador re now recruited almost entirely from the wealthy classes and servo JlrnCUCIII1 ly Without compensation since ox ponces are always munch greater then he Moderato salary allowed them by the Government Combinations Among Farmers Tho propositiontoform u combina tion among tho wheat growers so as to reduce production 20 lcrcent stud uovJ cr to sell wheat for less than a dollar n bushcllsone which naturally raises tho inquiry whether or not it impracticable he rosiest have boon so much dls criminated against by our tariff laws and moro recently by trusts that It is not unnatural that they should feel liko striking back But tho difficulties in I tho way are very considerable Combinations among farmers very difficult for several reasons thatnroI on tho surface and for others that not so obvious at first glance Their great number their wide dispersion the variety of their products render ef fectual combinations especially iu this country of magnificent distances and areas extremely hard to make effective j Smallpox at Crutch eld 1 Crutchflcld Iy MOIDOO 4 Editor Hickman CourierJ i Hlokman KyiDo- orSirI herewith hand you Ii8 innluding names of smallpox oaeea n this plnco to data Tho t0l1oWhi ilaced in my oore nftor n duyatl6n- aiekuews 1Cfrom eight to ton days s mUD Jim Ferguson Mattio Ballew NiolIMy Ed Scat tJ UJICOWUIP I Win Little andl Hannibal Soat Tho following ware under ny from ills bu1unlug or their 8i6kii iuECOy1mltJ ElIlNcfu + Cliff SnU ton Inils Dalton Salllo Lftwlfi ivatie Dalton Mrs Scat Soup Sent S- D1KII i John Dalton ntulJlubo Dalton iT Wm Ferguson taken Sunday ICthj nlld Buddie 1mU8011 taken the IOU Respectfully Yours J B DHAOK Physician in cbiurge i j xorxcltCertain parties who are known to me r vMtad my Cemetery Easter Sundaj April loth and despoiled several f hlngtf In tho Cemetery Such persons dorto warn to have say respect for tho dcndg- living They plunked tho flowoni plan od by affections hand watered by nor rows silent tears Tho place and nil dint It eoutains la hallowed in our hearts audi In our memories and wo do not want iib dosecrated Tho law on tho subject IflI 1000 to 810000 fine or imprisonment for a months or both an tho jury may do tonulneI If any moro depredations nrejI committed in my Cemetery I will cute the person or persons who coDuultA Hiioli depredations to tho extent of th flow I urn sorry to say that I inn erom palled to lock my gates on account rettQilookCuinotory nnd know how to conduct themselves whon there jOj 1- DII DtOs tIll lOW test Ellen TaU y Qlffi OH tko ISth Mrs Clay Connelly on th ek 22d Mrs Dow Davis and Mr T Rob erteon HICKMAN COLLEGE The Trustees ofHiokmau College will at iU regular meeting on Frida May 4th noxt elect tho teachers for uoxtyoar Tho salaries will bo the na they are for the present year Teach on iu tho literary departments m hold firstclaw certificates Persons d siring positions must inks Nrrlttcn ap plications for name J W COWOILL Chmn TOM DIUXJS Jn Sccy USUtI t GroceriesHardware I KElUHLItANH SLLIT When the Cred IportdYomiou at Nashville the Evans ruction result1vastwo national del o attnlts and two into tickets Johnr Governorjby iF 1ostoa bv the Bvang convention I I The host in the j Worltlii It7letnwlyI AfewIeVandlavingpnfohnISMIna turd befog the bottle wumoro thou elf outDrAndonellVowglllI Stute Line druggists Time Ways of time Candidate Well rahenid tho oldtime colored 1tfihdinin ODejj sponrmdoytgiveiJ daysihnnow J r tf t payvgimmeenough EnXTheumatwrar Atlanta Constitution IMIUSI WELCOMES HERI GUESTS I Conlm1tlntlon to our sister nopub I ExposlIward the rest of the World and puts the withIi Paris has become preeminently the OtheroI ou single allI junction of Paris to hold five universal surpassednyhtngiKeqB on it will weary the mind to at Keapt to imagine what the Paris Expo Attire ot lWO wail bo like Sligutlj Hixed Jj Editors have their troubles Ono o dostitiieeI flnj the loss of two subscribers One 4 rote asking how to raise his twinsI ljBaMjr while the other wanted to know grasshoppersvt mail but by accident the editor putt 0tp m into the wrong cavolooes so ilia the man with the twins received tam pstanrer Cover them cnrctuUy l stmr and sot fire to it and then the lit ftlepeshi after jumping In the flame faa few xmunea wtU bo speedily s- adtI And the unto with the grass hopora was told to give castor oil an rwtfielgauia vvitb a bone n Some Sell Cheap iii SHAWi SELLSii 1- 3Pring tnods iI I HAVE GOME and are tillom0ii quIIUY the stock iunsalable iu Sum nuer rbwblChwe have neithci wish nor room to holdover 1 MUST BE OLD I COME SEE b1JSand when you jleavSf another will ba added IIto ear long list u ofr frences SPECIAL BARGAINS IN G OXFORDS and SPRING SHOES I OF ALL KINDS I- aaT1TY7T + u rf ELLISONS Farmers Supplies STORE They Want your Trade Always have what the farmers want Hay Corn Outs Bran Cot tonseed and Meal always on hand I Leaders in Staple and ton c- oy Groceries j Lt Z L P S Ellison tJi r tlt A aa4r1 A Trt 11rso JiJ Iecvs lIQUII r They are selling goods at a price that is drawing the trade their way They arc selling n Leather Quarter e TOP BUGGY FAMILY SIZE FOR 50 fully guaranteed in every respect They carry a line of good goods StylePirlishwill appreciate their trade C 3 Call and see them when In Hickman and look through their larso stock OHAS PERRY and E E REEVES will bo glad to show yon through SOIREES t IltJJ eltill riIWII ICaJntnl Stock of the Four Great Banks of the World Bank of England 586047935 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 Total 8176822855 s FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IN OFfITS POLICIES Dec 31 1899 301844537ilOr 125021682 more than the combined capital of these famous banks The new form of policy of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A MoCurdy President provides First The SECURITY 301844537 assets SecondPROFITABLE INVESTMENT INSUREDhAutomatic paidup insurance without exchange of policy Liberal surrender values premiumsd DA4t BISCOE HINDMAN f Genl Agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville Ey- E R ELLISON AL SARIS AgentstHCJKMAN RY Art Potter Atoinliera Art Pl3cgnes Andiron Alarm Clocii A1IeGllIO Asb Cans Appla Farm Babbitt Metal Butter Staid DleJdn irsque Figures hark Tub Ilruf Goods Bronze Cloc- UIlrtebrac Illanees KnittaPHILLIPS BUTT RFF MFG co- NASHVILLE TENN LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUFACTURERS OF New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE STAMPED JAPANNED STOVE COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES liar SuppUM Bread Buxu Cleaves Pins Coffee Mills- ebamber Seta CaUB Ua- CIWlIllf Uiihei Clothe lurks Cow fells- Clothes Uoe Cut Olua Cretin Fretlen Coal raws Calf Urns Cberrr Seeders Can Openers Cork Fullers corn IMppers 4 S CoalUods Clam Copper Kettles Cistern Covers Carpet Sweepers ellers Cook Stores mrs TnJl Crocks I Mower Floor nreScrctn Fruit Jara- YlUUDIf Irons- rUIIrPeCae Hong B IU Orato Trttets SetaiGrain Scoops hammers Hr Hat lucks IlttrhfU UolId1 Goods uV DR DAVIDSON JDen1ista HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Offltte over Oowfilll OowgiUe Dreg Store i weePoM Coat Clan carving Seta DIsh ElM Dust Pam Dinner Sets DIsh Door Mats Dun FoU tine StorM- Hammocks r Hearth Tile hood Scales Ua1I Lamps Iliad Mirrors UOUM Brooms Ice licks leallooks Ice sbarers Ironing Boards tea Mores Jardinieres Knife Steels KDltIl Grinders Kitchen Saws Lard Pnoue Lamp Cnlmneys lawu Settees PLAIN AND AND a Mops K festers Laondrr Stores Lamps LawnTases Lanterns Lamp Wicks Lawn Chairs Metal Poutnc MUkCans Metal Cocks Milk Soakers Silk Strainers Meat Choppers iul Crackers Nutmeg Graters OU Stores Onyt Tables OIl lSM Patent Fans 7 Parlor Lamps Patent Chursa Potato Mashers Padlocks Pocket Cutlery Rotary sitters BaS TnpUoot PaID Uetrlraton ltoaeh TeesI- tolling Pins BienSete Shaving Sets Sand tltaD- tSttalrPoonden OIIwlllf M cSlsShovels Statoetttl6tte1 SaOIaJrft Rises Sausage 6m1b MSUspScissors 8Cap SteakIiroaeisflacM SlOP CaII8 Sewer ape Tablll Cutlery TeaTewees WNOLCSALS AND RETAIL j ASK YOUR r DEALER WRITe row- OcATALoaY AND valeta Tenet Sell Tuts TowilRollersrToilet Novelties Tea Pots JToDceUmbrella Stands PaxVentilators Wine Woad Churns woOd Faucets twaterWater lllton and e1JthIDC 1D ChIna an4- 01Ma wood or TIn WIre or Castwsre teethe DlningRoosa KItchen ur1IdrT and Dairy 1 C E EAKERt General Jffoceix Powell BlooL Clinton St Hmlng purchased the Grocery Spook of J J C UonditMnl would be pleased to have iii old friend to call Fresh Goods t and Choice Bargains t 4i q rrv w t wfrt rr I 1 f bM TAL AGE ON CREEDS Preacher Would Rid Humanity of Ecclesiastical Dogma r Move for a Creed for All Denomina tion Made Out of 9crlptienao tnlloui Thins That Ham per Chrliiflanii Copyright 1900 by Louts KlopschJ At o time when the old discussion of creeds Iis being vigorously nutl sonic what bitterly revived this discourse i of Dr Taltuage has n special Interest The text is John si 4h Loose him and let hint go My Bible is at the place of this text written nil over with lend pencil narks made at Bethanj on the ruins of the house of Mary and Martha and Lazarus We dismounted from out hone on the way up from Jordan toI thbDend sea Bethany was the sum mer evening retreat of Jesus After spending the day in the hot city of Jerusalem he would come out there al i most every evening to the house of ills three friends I think the occu pants of that house were orphans for the father and mother are not i mentioned But the son and two daughters must have inherited prop city for it must have been judging from what 1 saw of the foundations and thesize of the rooms an opulent home Lazarus the brother was now at the head of the household and his sisters depended on hint and were ptoud of him for he was very popular and everybody liked htm and these girls were splendid girls Martha a llrstrate hoiiBekcepor and Mary a jspirituclle somewhat dreamy but af fectionate anti an good a girl as could be found in all Palestine lint one day Lazarus got nick The strtcra were in consternation Fattier gone and mother gone they felt very nerv ous lest they lose their brother also Disease did Its quick work Ifmv the girls hung over his pillow Not much sleep about that house no steep at all Front the charhotorlstlis otherwise developed I judge that Murtltn pre pared the medicines and inside tempt ing diahpg of fowl for the poor appe fits of the sufferer but Mary prayed end sobbed llorse and worse gets Lataniii until thE doctor announce that ho can do uo more The ahriek that went up from that household when tho last breath had heeD draws and the two slaters wore being lilt by sympathizers into the adjoining room all those of UB can imngfno who have had our own hearts broken But why was not Jesus thero as lie had RO often been Par away in the country districts preaching healing other sick how unfortunate that this om nipotent Doctor had not boon at that domestic crisis in Bethany When nt lanfKTosus arrived in Bethany Lair area had boon burled four days and dissolution hull taken place In that climate tho breathless body din tegrntes more rapidly than In ours If immediately after decease the body had been awakened Into life unIbelievers might tune said he was only in a comatose state or in u sort of trance and by sonic vigorous manipu lation or powerful stimulant vitality had been renewed Not Four daysII dead At the door of the sepulchcr is a urowd of people but the three most memorable are Jesus who was the family friend und the two bereft sister We went into the traditional tomb one December day and it is deep down and dark and with torches wehexplored it We found it all quiet that afternoon of our visit but the day spoken of in the Bible there was present an excited multitude 1 won der what Jesus will do lie ordersI the door of the grave removed and then he begins to descend the steps Mary and Martin close after him and the crowd attar theta Deeper down into the shadows and deeper Tic hot tears of Jesus roll over his cheeks and plash upon the back of IJls hands Were ever so ninny sorrows compressed into so small u spauo an in that group pressing on down after Christ nil the time bemoaning that He had not come before Now nil the whispering and all the crying nod all the sounds of abut fling feet are stopped It IH the si lence of expectancy Death lied con quered but now the vanquisher of death confronted the scene Amid the awful hush of the tomb the familiar name which Christ had often had upon Ills lips in the hospitalities of the village home came back to Ills tongue and with pathos and an al f mightiness of which the resurrection of the last day shall only be an echo liveries Lazarus come forth The eyes of the slumbercr open and ho rises and comes to the foot of the steps and with great difficulty begins to ascend for the cerements of the tomb are yet on him and his feet are- A fast and his hands are fast and the Impediments to all his movements are hO great that Testis commands Take oft these ceremonial Remove these hindrances Unfasten these grave chest Loose him und let him gal Oh I am so glad that after the Lord raised Lazarus lie went on and corn manded the loosening of the cords that bound his feet so that ho could walk and the breaking of theeere mentd that bound lily hands so that lie could stretch out his nrry in salu tation and the tearing oft of the band age from around his jaws so thus ho could speak What would resurrected life have been to LawiniK if he bad not been freed from nit those cripple meats of his hotly I am glad that Christ commanded his complete eman cjpatlon sayirij Loose him anti let f Jitmgofhcvunfprtuuatc tilng now is1 that wo many CliitsifaniI I arc only1 halflib aial4V Thy Uave been raised from p the death and burled of sin into spirit ual life tint they yet hate the grave clothes on them They are like tatz urns hobbling up tho stairs of the tomb bound hand and foot and the object of this sermon Iis to help tree their hotly and free their souls and I shall try to obey the Masters com mand that comes to me and comes tt every minister of religion Loosi him AntI let him go Many arc bound hand and foot by re ligious creeds Let nd man mlslnter pret me as antagonizing creeds I havo eight or ten of them a ores about religion a creed about art n creed about social life a creed abet government and so on A creed I something that a man believes whether it bo written or Unwritten The Presbyterian church is stow agitnte- about Its creed Rome good men ii- it ore for keeping it because It was framed from the belief of John Calvin Other good men In it want re vision I am with neither party In stead of revision 1 want substitution I was sorry to have the question dis turbed at all The creed did not binder us from offering tho pardon anti the comfort of the Gospel to all men and tho Westminster Confession hat not interfered with mo one minute But now that the electric lights has been turned on the imperfections o that creed nnd everything that mat- fashions is Imperfect let tta put the old erred respectfully aside and get it brand new one What a time we have had with the dogmatic the apologetics and th hcriiuneutlas The defect In some o the creeds is that they try to toll us alli about the decrees of God Now th only human being that was ever com potent to handle that subject was Paul and he would not have been com potent land he not been inspired I be lieve In the sovereignty of Hod and1 be here in mans free agency but no one cult harmonize the two It is not news sary that we harmonize them very sermon that I have over heard that attempted such harmonization was tome as clear as a London fog as clear nk mud My brother of the nineteenth century my brother of the sixteenth century give us Pauls statement alIII leave out your own Bettor one drat tor of Paul on that subject titan all of Calvins institutes able and honeat an mighty as they are Do not try to meas ure either the throne of nod or the thunderbolts of God with your little alert pea What do JOH know about the dtcreem You cannot pry open the door of Gods eternal eotuieeia You cannot explain the mysteries of GodsI government now much tout the myv Uries of Ills government live hundred quintillion yvors ago I move for n cruel for all our de nominations made out of Scripture quotations pure anti simple That would take the earth for God Thatt would be Impregnable against Infidel ity ant Apollytmlc nsvanlt That would be beyond human critiehmu The denomination whatever 1W noun be that can rise up to that will be the church of the millennium willI swallow up nil outer denomination g and be the one that will be the bride when the Bridegroom cometh Let us make it simpler and jrfalutr for people to get into the kingdom of lod Do not hinder people by the Moo that they may not have been elected Do not tag on to the one cs sential of faith in Christ any of th innumerable uonessentlals A man who heartily accepts Christ is n Christian and the man who does notL accept him is not a Christian and that is all there is of it He need not believe in election or reprobation He need not believe in the eternal gen eration of the Son He need not be ere in everlasting punishment He need not believe in infant baptism He need not believe In plenary in spirationr Faith in Christ is the cri talon is the test Is the pivot lie the indispensable But there are those wino would odd unto the tests rather than subtract from them There are thousands who would not accept persons Into church membership if they drink wine of Iif they smoke cigars or if they attend the theater or If they play cards or if they drive a fast horse hut do not substitute tests which the Blithe does not establish There Is one passage of Scripture wide enough to lot ull 1 in who ought to enter and to keep out all who ought to be kept out Be hove in the Lord Jesus Christ and1 thou shall be saved Get a mans heart right and his life will be right But now that the old creeds have been put under public scrutiny something radical must bo done Some would split them some would carve them some would elongate them eomo would abbreviate them At the present moment DUll in the present shape they arc n hindrance Lazarus is ally c but hampered with the old graveS clothes If you want one church free and unincumbered take oft the cerements of old ecclesiastical1 vocabulary Loose her and let her go Again there are Christians who are under sepulchral shadows and fears and hoppled uy doubts and fears at sins long ago repented of What they need is to understand the liberty of the sons of God They spend more time under the shadow of Sinai than nt the base of Calvary They have been singing the only poor hymn that Newton ever wrote Tin a point I Ions4P know Oft It causes anxious thought Do I love the Lord or not Am I Lila or am I not1 Long to know do you Why do you not fled out Go to work for God nnd you will very soon find out The man who is all the tinfe feeling his pulse anti looking at his tongue to nee l nntllcnnnotwill say Uo out into the fresh iti tlllnklnJtoft 1t strong So there are people who are watching theirl spiritual jjjrmptqms s and t hey cat ittelf cxamlhation and they get weaklier and ftlekllcr In thcl faith all the time Go out Ullc something nobly Christian Take hQly exercise and then examine yourself and instead of Newtons saturnine nUll bilious hymn that I flat quoted you wilt stag Newtons other hymn Amatln j grace how sweet the sound That used a wretch like me I oaco was lost but now sin found Was blind but now 1 see What many of you Christians most need is to get your graveclothcx off I broughtfront adGospel you to get your andtsoulnloose There no sin that the Bible so arraigns and punctures and tinge thatdOhnI you nay If you knew what I once WQ and how ninny times I have grievous ly strayed you would understand why I do not come out brighter Then 1 think you would coil yourself the chief of sinners I am glad you hit upon that term for I have a promise that fits Into your case as tho cogs of one wheel between the cogs of anoth er wheel or as the key Uta Into the labyrinths of a lock A man who was once called Saul Thistalltacceptation that Christ Jesus came oftI nm chief Mark thatotwhom I am chief Put down your takeecare of them while you kill Stephen titeffirst martyr I do not taro to ex eern myself much but I will guard your surplus apparel while you do the murder T io New Testntnont ac count says The witnesses laid down their clothes ut n young nines trot whoso name wns Saul No wonder he sold Sinner of whom I am tho chief Chi let is used to climbing Ho cltmbtd to the top of the temple Ho climbed to the top nt Mount Olivet Jle climbed to the top of the cliffs about Nazareth He climbed to the top of Golgotha And to the top of the hills awl tho mountains of your trant giattion He is ready to oltmb youdI the thunder of Sinnl Pull receipt tt offered for nil your indebtedness If one throws n steno at inKlniRht Into a bush where the hedge bird roosts It Immediately b1n to sing and Into the midnight hedgv of wir despondency tli twtHtU I hurl hop tug to awaken yon to anthmi Drop the tutiCA In the minor key awl take the major Do you think It plitium the Lord for yon to be currying around with you the debrla and ear ruses of old tralt gr iMdoM You make mo think of Home ship that has tad a tcmpottueitt time at silt and vOJsgf1ctcpltheats and Wso splinter of a mm Bred matH and the broken gktm of smashed skylight My advice t Clear the decks overboard with tJll the damaged rigging brighten up tie salted smokestacks open n new ljoy book haul in the planks lay atif a new course and wet sell for Heapn You have tad tho spiritual diiyips j onjf enough You will please site Lord more by being happy than bye being miserable 1lleorentale world a thou wind per cent hatter a million per cant bettor Tale the gladdest brightest most jubilant days you ever had on earth and com prose them all into one hour and thai hour would be a requiem a feat day a gloom a horror a compared with the poorest hour they have had Iq leaven since its fret tower was bnll or its tint gate swung or its flat song j caroled Oh you say that may croSSIlugand I fear the snapping of the cord between soul und body Well all the I surgeons and physician nnd MlentUU declare that there is no pang nt tb parting of the lady and soul nnd all tile restlessness at the cloning hour of life is involuntary und no distress at nil And I agree with the doctors for what they say is confirmed by the fact that persons who were drowsed or were submerged until all conscious ness departed and were afterward re suscitated declare that the sensation of pamlng into unconsciousness tai pleasurable rather than distrcMfuL The cage of the body has n door on easy hinges und when coat door of the physical cage opens the soul simply puts out Its wings and soars But you say I tear to go because the future is so full of mystery Well I will tell you how to treat the mysteries The mysteries have erased bothering me for I do as the JUI1of your courts often do They hear all the arguments In the case and ther say I will take these paper anti 1give you my decision next week Saa I have heard all the arguments In re gard to the next world and some things are uncertain and full of ndreserve until the next world my lie cision about them I can there study all the mysteries to better advantage I tar the light vU11t hotter and nit faculties stronger and I will oak the Christian philosophers who hoer had all the advantages of Heaven for era turies to help me and I may lle permitted myself humbly to nick the Lord and I think there will 1m on I Ionmystery left that will be how one no unworthy as myself got into such nn l enraptured place Come up out of the sepulchral shadows If you art nab tlnnR faith In upIntolike Lumina reanimated hut Kill liars your grave clothes an get rid oj 1 them Tint command Is Lame him ami let him go A firstclass watchmaker gets crcdf1 for his good noiks Chicago Dal i cI fI I fI JI THE PANAMERICANj EXPOSITION of the rEAR 1901 Buffalo Is Arranging for a Magnificent Display of the Products of the Three Americas for Nojct YearElaborate Floral Horticultural and Electrical1 Features 1 4 THE EXPOSITION GROUNDS r Tfcer Have Hern Klaborately Treated by Mother sure TIlt hand of the artist has labored without restraint in arranging the grounds nail grouping the buildings for the great PanAmerican expe thin to be held at Buffalo In loot The plan has been completed nftcc protracted and painstaking study of the grounds and their surroundings Ned with n keen appreciation of all le requirements of an exposition upon the scale of mngnlllccneo here contemplated The completed work wjll IK a masterpiece In which the designer of hHldlnga null the land scape architect will alike share tho honors American architectural gen ius has Indeed hero produced glo rious rojailtK If one were to m e only the exterior of thin splendid txpont lion he will find hiniu lf abundantly repaid for his visit to Buffalo in the yearThe include MO cres of which J33 acres are improved park lands a part of Delaware park The grounds are about one stile from orth to south and n half mile from east to wool Their situation Is In silo northern part of the city access ible from every direction The park lends form that southern part of tile extensive grounds and are pr6 riounccd by expert landscape archi tects to be among the most beautiful tie the world Thp trees and Hhrtitv berg IIn wonderful variety the roman do foot paths leading In nil dine tions among tho thick foliage the loveliest of lakes on whoso surface numberless swans and other waterfowl of immaculate pluiriagc are con stantly nt Hport the wide reaches of lawn nod the rich embroidery of flow ers everywhere to be cent all tom Sine to refresh and vesture the mind Of him who tarries within those de jcctab precincts kThe visitor who appconches the ex from the lIouth will enter iI t loI1 I trnsbeautlflltahiftlCtT hoUlevat I Once Iniiide the gates the station of the Intramural railway which encircles tho grounds IB at his left nut the walk Is quite as tempting to the sightseer Nature has been assisted with consummate skill by tho laud scape architect anti hero she pre seats her varied colors with tho grace and refinement that years of culture have given her The figure and letters shown In the diagram represent tIle locations of the following buildings and points of in terest No 1 Alhrlcht Art Oallerr No XIedeem Government nulldlnc No S JWmolnclOlI llulidinr No 4 Muile Iiuliitinir No i Forestry and Mint Ilulldinir No I Ornprnr trio Iiullillnr No l Horticultural Uulldlnr No 3 New York Slab lUlldlnff DulldlnKNoNo t13 Agricultural Iiullitlnn No Jaleclrltal lliilldln No Hlfltrlr Tower lIull4lncNoII and lDrldgeaero North Ray of Park Luke I ApproachIst Music CUrrtonx- n Trlumphnl llrldsa IIConrt of Hint and Foreign Qoveni IlulldtngiifKxplnnndeO14tndlmQIl0unllllnUJopylapAVHulldlnirYzv Stadium Bulldlnf WILLIAM I BUCHANAN Hr Is the Competent Director tirneral of the apulllor The director general of the Pan American exposition lion William L Buchanan came prominently before the public when he took n lending part in the organization of the Sioux City Corn Palace imposition company He became tho moving spirit of thnt very Hucccsftful enterprise which proved to bo a stepping stone to larger respon sibilities at the Worlds Columbian ex position at Chicago Hero he became chief of the department of ngrlcul turr livei stock nnd forestry ids nat vrnV executive ppwerj finillng jyitle op tortuntty for their cxcrclse sad detreh 1 opnicnt The mucccss of these departmental Iis without precedent At the close of thin Columbian exposition President Cleveland appointed Mr Bu chanan United States minister to tIlt Argentine Republic In this Imjwr tunt held of diplomatic work he re rualned nearly six yearn notwlth q standing the change of ndminietratiolS at Washington Mr llucbaimns emi nent efficiency and usofnlucfctt was BO generally recognized by the leading men of the Argentine Itepubllo that n request for his retention there was favorably considered by lre lili nb McKinley luring his mlMlon he was chosen arbitrator by Chill and tine Ar grntlne llepublle to settle one ortioif of their longstanding boundary die pute that hind more than once threat rued war between the two coimtrUa The taitk was performed BO successful- lyI and tilt dlfferenecn nettled no nu Icnbly tint In addition to hU reeel Ing the thanks of both government a quantity of war equipment ordered from Herr Krupp the fatuous gun maker of Kmen Oermuny but not dg llveretl to the Argentine government was exchanged for ninny mile of rail developingthechnnnn also negotiated tthe commer cial convention between the Argentine Ilepubllc and the Unitcfl States and the extradition treaty with the same country now before the United luster senate When the necessity for chww Ing n director general of thean American exposition prt ented Itself the directors saw In Mr Buchanan the man possessing the quatiltcs required for the successful development of such n giant cnterprlw He was induced to abandon his foreign post and take up the dlrrA management of tho great work In which the people of Buffalo lied so heartily enlisted Mr Iliichanun has nn intimate ktinwK dpc of the needs the resources nail condlucnn ot Latin America and tilt1 excdlcnt prog rent making In nil departments of htJPanAmerican expojjtioii abnws hint to be one wl o eau rimy broadly thv gigantic tusk before hula attd direct it wKUanikiiUr 4Mko4v J it Y w jl ih7Gy r b ju s d Y I It j rf J SUNLIGHT AT NIGHT What a Jrdmtnent Ktalilcnt of Xcnla Bay About Acetylene nut IoU of LliflilUtllc E pails From the Xcnla 0 Dolly anxotte AllrlllaIMr L M1 Jurllcld well known In this elly aft the superintendent the Mia tnl Iowiler WorkH wna recently interiviewed by a Onzette reprwie re i garding his personal experience Withpthe now llluinlnnnt known to the twin merolnl world an Acetylene tlan MrIUorllold sold I Installed a ten light acetylene generator In the cellar of my reildetice r 423 North inllowny street about two years ago uud I have used it for illu t minating my home every night since 1 have certainly given it n thorough teat during that length of time and know its advantage While the may thine li nuppUKfd to develop Kuillclent gas for but ten llghtK I have often JIllcd nc many UK flftecft Hghtiut once Kith perfect succeas The light it ghC8 in brilliant and white and the nearest approuah to sunlight of anything yet produced for arttitalal lighting What about the expenne Mr Gar field V UI have paid about four dollam u hundred pounds for the calcium cart S bide which Ik aged in the generator to wake the gas and use voinethlng leas n than serer hundred poundft a year Approximately the total cost per yearr hA been about twentyseven dollars an the on rbid a Ii the only expense It In the perfection of light at little cost and trilling labor free from odor or anything objectionable I have noth ing but pralhe for the generator and the light It develop and 1 am not peaking theoretically but from my actual experience In my own real de net In tllllI connection the 1800 report to the Governor of the State of Mr A W Stiles secretary of the Girl Indus trial nom at Itathbone O regarding the Acetylene Oat plant In use In thattinstitution will be of interest to our trader Mr Htllrsayii Our Acetylene flat plant hu given very gratifying results during the peat year the light from It being a very steady white light wlttl out stroke by far superior and mars I satisfactory than that furnished by the old system used here Wr flOW ban about 000 burners vthlcu can be increased with but n very small outlay to five times that number We hive hall no trouble In getting all the CUlT bide we need Including all expenses Incurred In remodeling and changing the gas plant to the present system our lights have not cost tin nearly no inuah for the year RH did the Mystem abandoned in July 18DS There IIs no more danger In using It than there IIH In the use of any gas We think It U the blest light known and requires but I nUll tklll In Its manufacture Thi popularity of this new llluinlnnnt IIs ftllMlcH by me met that In tint fcvr yWrwwnc It development Into n tom intretal poMlMllty over fifty thousand building havo Iwen successfully light ttJ by It and the nnoMal ratio of increase In becoming greater yearly It is the Ideal light for dwellings stores ctinrahv and every class of building where nrtinelal light IIs need ed anti It Is little wander that the own liD of Indifferently lighted buildings are looking earnestly Into the subject of lighting by Acetylene Gas 4 Lucid llrnauulnar ofbrwIvepwe a men esMMe beOau e II lew men winN Y Im l fuisow to user wfpteut giving her pr8v+eus ne 1ffe 0i tl8 she uiever make geneilaaten t r Pint Mrdiwl StudentI lelJtrc hi let tins well W ugh alone Sceend Mttlioal Ufteutumitten Its a barber who gives him a wishhisI dutobtIndi4uapoUsun t FOR WOMANS HEALTHap Earnest Lottors from Women Ro llovod or Pain by Mrs Plnkhams DRAT MlA IlKRiiAu llefore I commenced to tako your medicine I was in a terrible state wishing myself death a good many times livery part of ay tto it KaelaeM1 to pain In soma way At time of menstruation my mirroring was something terrible I thought there was no cure for me but after taking several bottles of Lydia IS Iln1 huiu8 Variable Compound all my bail ccllnjfs were gone 1 am now well nnd enjoying good health 1 shall always praise your medicineDDtP- 4IOa FKSCIIIEII IIox SCO Romeo Mica Female Troubles Overcome u DBAH Miis IINKHAM tIhad female trouble painful menses and kidney j complaint nlsoKtomach trouble About a year ago I happened to pink up a paper that contained an advertisement A B rinkhamN Vegetable Cotu ours nUll when I read how it hod helped others 1 thought It might help me and decided to give it u trial Indid BO and as a result nm now 1108IpcrfectlyVcll 1 wish to thanlc you for tho benefit your medicine htvs been to mo =ana CLinx STiKnsn Dlllcr Nob at No More Pain DKAn Mils IINKIIAM fYour Vegetable Compound has ben of much benefit to me When my nftnscs first appeared they were very irregular They occurred too often and did not ay leave for a week or more I always by suffered ut these times with terrible pains in my back nnd abdomen Would be In bed for several days and would not be exactly rational at tires I took Lydia E plnkhatus Vegetable Compound and menses became regular anti pains loft me entirelyMiliV CitBTEB Urule Vb 1 r FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Summary of trailing Event Washington April 18 Senate Fez more than Intro hours Mr Hoar tine nor senatrr from MmuraohuncttH ircuplrd tin attention ot the fienae nub a apee JII in opposition to lit 1llIuy of ImpcrlallBin upon wbhh this government itis embarked Nothing was accom ushed House Tin second anyx debate tipI D the nnvnl appropriation bill w i tnnitned closely to the subject mattei or the bill rId was us a rule dcvod f Interesting features TIe question of rmor plate nnd the building ol vrrshlpa In fyi eminent yards ab meteu moat attention General tli barn was closed- Washington April 18SenateA rxsolutlon was adopted authorizing the secretary of the navy to have struck bronzy medals for distribution nmong certain ofllcers and men of tit North Atlantic squadron commemo rating naval engagements between the force of Spurn and thn United Slates III the waters of thn Wont In tiles veils ofT the Cuban coast It car visa an appropriation of 25000 Tit rest of the BUMlon was taken up In dlfteiiMlng the Alaskan civil code bill House The debate on the naval appropriation bill under the fivcmln rule drifted into politics Dud for good portion of the session enemy bars fought hammer and tongs heroes the political aisle Some progress was made with the bill but most of the controverted points went over Washington April 10ScnnteAj- ullit resolution wan passes providing for the administration of civil affair in Porto Rico pending the appoint merit of officers under the Iorto III ran government law recently enacted The Alaskan rode bill was lignIn uiv der consideration the debate contin uing on the Hunsbrough alien miners amendmentHouse entire session was taken tip debating u proposition in the naval bill designed to turn over to the navy the survey and charting ol the vntern of Cuba Iorto Illoo and he Philippine The bill carried au appropriation of 100000 for this pur pow Washington April 2iSenateThf conference report on the Hawaiian civil government measure took up tit greater time of the session Thfe Alas Ikon civil code bill was considered for n brief time DUal Senator Fornkei pronounced n eulogy on the late Lo renzo Danford n representative from Ohio Suitable resolutions wen adopted House The entire session was luktm up In discussing the naval ap propriation bill Hut little progress was made Washington April 21SenotCJtel oluiioitM were adopted culling upon the secretary of war for Information us to the ullowniifrs tunde to nriny of ilcrm stationed in Cuba and Iortc lllco and the MIIIIS expended In pro viding quarters tKuiMiges and other convenience for them Consideration of the Quay case was resumed an Mr Icrktns presented au argument fnvnntlitn to At r Quays claim to uI seat In thin senate under the governors appointment House Tlir natal appropriation bill d It provide for two hut WUKIlRlllttI three armored eruUm and three prottM tad erulRers Thin 545 fiR url mi armor was stricken out Other bllln pnwfd wen Fixing the com peiiKntlou of the United States corn mlnnlonerii In ClilncKO deportation ease for a bridge over the Big Sandy river Knntiieky for u bridge across Dtlsaisiipplllulogles r Ryan II Settle of the Seventh Ken tucky diet riot occupied the remain tier uf time snttsion- Wnhhliigion April3SenateTIu entire Ntwulon was taken up dlsciiHv Ing the right of M S Quay to a sent lit the serrate under the nppaintniunt of IVnnsylvuulallotife clan llfll otxMipieil the entire char of he hiKnton general debate ending with adjournment SULTAN YIELDS AT LAST Mr Orilim till Itiluillillnir ot the Iroi r r ul Sir Aiiierlrnii MU lonnrlm nt Klinrput Constiiutlnoplo April HAII impe rial rods has born promulgat nu Ihorlxlng tho rebuilding of the prop erty of tho Ameriean inlRslonarlt s ut Kliarput nnd the construction of in tMinex to the Roberts collegii ut Con xtnntinoploWiiHhlngton April 21Tne state ilqmrt imMit has no ofllolul couflriiia lion of the dispatch from Constanti nople announcing thu sultan8 trade regarding the rebuilding of time Amen lean inlxtdons property ut Khurput The news WJIH received with consider able1 KUtififaction however being re garded by ofllclals ns u friendly act on Jhe port of the sultan and powvlbly un iiriuHt of full nnd hull let tleJ1 nt of the Indemnity eliilm This is u hurt at least of wlwt we have been wtirklng for for two yearn past remarked one oniciul when Khown the dispatch It willItplotiKnut news for the ecumenical ionfereiiee In New York onilnne l Peter Cooper Detroit Mlph April 21lienry A llnblnsnn ev Htntltlnolnn of thu ugri ultiinil i1emrtment and exxtutc com loner died nt Iris home In tins It nityb jS yeur Mr 1ubluicta Peter Cooper for the pres idency in the greenback convention JIl1I1III01oIlMA Mcnr iiiiHU Carnal Uhf Washington April 21 Representa tive Hepburn In charge of limo Xitui rugun ennui bill announces that a Jetlnlto nrrangemcnt box been reached which time bill will be coictldeixd thu house on May 1 and L iiiul passed livery ItiiluHtvInl Plant llurnea- Wllmot WH April JJA disiis Irous lire Saturday wiped out every ndnstrlul plant In the town The only re rotcntlon Mts n bucket brigade I1r lOlls IIs estimated ut 60000 with Jipetlcallv no JueUruucw I 0 t C Millions for SudiiA million of dollars are spent every year ulon thegame bseeilall but aslargess tJije iin Iin it cannot begin to equal the amount spent by people in search of health There j L not aeo tIyone ohtnjnlng We urge tiosrwho haveI I pent much and lost hope to tr Ho tett i Stomach Hitters It strengthens the stoma auh makes digtstion easy and nsturalaad cures ily tonsllpatlon biUouineM I and weak kidneys fII Lila FwtnJ MUlake vJi i All no- Count Ue Flaltebroke raised his vol to a tune of impassioned protvit as 1i radj dressed the homely heiress cHf Jh no J do not love you for I9uJiII money It it for your fair far that IJII My affection is as great as your beauty TileD count carne the cruel answenof Miss Uglelali youll have to look auttlJj J further Your affection doesnt etpe 1fifII flueFor she had a mirror that had told for a SfIls I the use of having money if It iint appre jII dated Uliat indeed naltimore American = f III TIIU HUHMXGTOX tOUTGA Great Train Service v r file ilurllngton Northern Pacific Ex mss from St Louis in the morning mom Kaneda City in the afternoon far Northwest Nebraska Black HiJiMohtan Waliington Tacoma Seattle Puget Sound and Portland Oregon via lhlhunga Jlon Itana the short line and time saver to the Upper Northwest i To the 1uget Sound in 70 hour fnJrn Kansas City 77 hours from St Louis after i April 20th 1000 This is the climax in the development of tin Louinians Purchase Coache Chair Cart seats free Standard and tourist Sleepers and DnTng Can The iis the main traveled route ftfJm the Southwest to the Northwest Number S Nebmka Colorado Expreif midday train from St Louis late niglaLjj train from Kantai City for Nebra ks Col orado Utah Pacific Coart one night to Denver Please write for printed and illustrated matter jLj I4 General PaiiengerAgenU I J1OWAUD ELLIOTT tUeoeral Managers1 St MI Mo f IfinishI I Laureate 1 cant get enough feet in tbe last stanzas Officer of the guard go out and cut those slaves to supply tbeII itoetlaureates needs It shall never be aid that King Oonlbalonske not encour age literature to the limit UalUsaor American ftoo Reward VIOL I The readers of this paper will be pleated all dreadeddiseaseiU stages ad that i iiis Catarrh Hallt I Catarrh Cure iT the only positive cure Iknown to the medical fraternity Catarrh I being constitutional a constitutional treatment Bails CAturrb Cure ii taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby dettroyii the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tbe constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The curdllundifdtany Send fur lUUof tetimonilf ztAddresslacIIeUs the beet Ilorrllile Kale Mrs Marryat Were thinking of naming the baby Diary after Johns mother Mrs Newitt O horren That Quid bii jWhyGraoous She li be MImcd for life4 PhiladeJpLU Press I Tit C rPt ColUtaOar natTake Laxative Uroiuo Ouinluo Tablets All druggists refund mooneyHItfaitstoculu MV What n Glance Will Do j sympetheticoleman at once begin to fret that he has troubles Atohlion ulol e A Prudent Tae lkerDo you beiier In luck fader Ills Father VeJJ yyes but I dont depend on Itltruoklyn lilt alwaysfanof the roadTown Topics r rTUB MARKETS Cincinnati April S3- CATTLK Comiuoa 300 a 145 Select butchers 4 85 U 4 90 CALVES Extras U OM UOGSSclect packers 5 37Jl II 5 40 Mixed packers 5 SO I I 5 35 SHKEP Choice 4 60 5- LAMBSFxtrn 0 00 Ii 800 FLOUR Spring pat 3 05 3 00 WHEAT No 2 red Ire 74 CORN No 2 mixed a 41 OATS No 2 mixed 612 20 + IIYENo2 S 01 ITAYChofee tiraothvM 73 tfi15 00 MESS POll K d11 W LAUD fr 0 74 RUT JtCh dairy 12 a 14 II Choiae creamery Q 2- 0AlILHSCh to nryc 4 as POTATOES Pnr un 1 23 1 W- TO l ItACCO New 3 70 cuJ150 Iii i Old I oodto 00 CHICAGO FLOUR Win patent 3 GO til 3 70 1 IlN1iNo a red nun fT 0i 3 xprlilgs 00 fi 64 l1o 2 37fi is4 OATS No 3 1 23 4fl R VK No 2 i- POItKieM 5 11 50 Jiia V LAUD SJciiin 6 75 U ti- 4NIiw Mi73 YOR- KFIUGIt1Vlnputetnt 3 70 3 J- OWH1UTI No 2 rod 0 711 CORNNo 2 mixed i 4111 OfSNo 2 mixed ill 2 w ItlFcc 0- 2iORK Mesa 14 23 I01b OCI 1A1tfSteam u 737t UAUTIMOllK i FLOUR Win patent 3 05 3 65 WHKAT No 2 rid CC u 6jt i Southern 04 w jll i CORN No 2 mixed 41ai 41A OAlsNo 2 mixed SAto Sdtf CATTLE First quill 4 73 a 3 15 HOGS Western 010 er 6 15 INDIANAPOLIS WIIEAPNo 3 redIt 7- 1CO1tNNo 2 mIxtdf J9 OATS No 2 mixedr 26 LOUISVILLE FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 50 WHEAT No 2 red 72 g 73 AOATSdixedPORK Mesa 1360 LARD =Stcunr jjj ft 723 treatthetmaItunlonsBwolicaSomHot IIIgrowingookesaewby druyIrlSIII 1 llEEMdress rushgti II gmihopper lie beeImay have ootkwhen my busiest eai hlaIttni i IIM t Cure for Coniumptlon Iis an infalli bl mwiieuie andtOklllN W fctauel tjwa GroveN J Feb 17 i 1000II inLkilljt forllGloheI I Each package of PUTNAM KAtieuva Dyes i iierfccUyBold atsIennuiheago flatly Ne- wsDouble ttt iI 1 a Trouble I ft St The cotaptkaUon of pvi SPRAINS so- dBRUISES tb w buttii a very tore trouble 4 doabI1rorrparo1leI1aprahlI k remedyttnII = Iiii St Jacobs Oil Ii M fora PtOMPT SURE CURB S tfSr44f trKcHrtF frfc frf lk4tt f a not is IItOe 50Ca bowel tend 4y- s H III Li a durable end fob Ib paper packages mndo ready for no In xliite end fourteen tints br ratline ylth water It It a cement that goes tferoeeh a procctt ofsetting hardens BBC tad seabecOlllod and rccoatod without wadung eg rte old coats before r on tbo market being durable sad sot tock on tbo wall glue Abbastlne Wrtofflcra should Inaiit on haTlnit the goods in D eUxM properlr labeled They should report lltaltatlon Jn ta reTell much sickness throat and keg dlfficnlUe to unsanitary oatlsff on walls It been recommended ia a paper published by the Michigan State Beans of Health on account Ita unitary fMtarv which paper strongly Alabaittne can bo used on either orcaurat CMDifa from WRit I rpcr nom lbm- seenyyS rat reasonable Uptute the etert and- freeteAects olwpaiyaf6l d apMstlica D iBttractlTu and InUrMtlny booklet milled fret to all JvcUe4wu 11 1- ii THE BEST ARTIFICIAL For lighting your home store church or hall In Acetylene If you will send us your name address on a card we will mail you a booklet containing information regarding it showing how aim pIe it is to install Aoatytena Generators how economically you light a building BUCKEYE ACETYLENE CO Dealers in and Calcium Carbide O 1101 New England hook Cleveland Ohio I 83 N High Street Columbus Ohio ACrmzsrwxw 7VANTED b1 oaolh County Heres How To Save Ten Hours e1 ThYou want to go to San Francisco Time is moneysave ten hours Natural route is via St Louistake trains which arrive there in the eveningyou cant do better Any number of loutes from St Louis they neednt worry you either for the first to leave after you get in is also the quickest by ten hoursthats a whole daymaybe longer than you call a days work Nsw remember the routeits Wabash to Omaha and Union Pacific Thats all you need I specify to your local ticket agentits so good hes familiar with it A folder simple complete tells all about It totae tbin knowing If you want to any western city you can have full spcclGc information about your best train and connections railroad and steeping car rare etc sod the ipte will be right AttrM cro CRANE otaiPaar add Ticket Act St Louis u Spring Body Cleaning Every spring you clean the house you live in to get rid of the dust and dirt which collected the winter Your the house your soul lives in also becomes filled up during the winter with all manner of filthwhich should have been removed from day to day but was not Your body needs cleaning inside If your bowels your liver your kidneys are full of putrid filth and you dont clean them out in the spring youll be in bad odor with yourself and everybody else all summer DONT USE A HOSE to clean your body inside but sweet fragrant mild but positive and forceful CASCARETS that workwhile you sleep prepare all the filth collected in your for removal and drive it off softly gently but none the j surely leaving your blood pure and nourishing your stomach and bowels clean and lively and your liver and kidneys healthy and active Try JOccnt box today and if satisfied get your money backbut youll see how the cleaning of your body EASY BYJ any needy mortal suffering from troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will a box free Address Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York mentioning advertisement and paper cementbeautiful cold with rene- wingALABA8TINES Wrtoaskalaomtnoa with Therolsnotbin co- odMALABASTINE particularly attributable has of condensaod kalteBtlne brick aadaeyonocaabrushiturrnftndmltsotrodi eel Ixors Alsbastlnelsmsnntactnretlbpth- e4s1t LIGHT and postal full and and can ACetylengGenerators worth reach in body body lessj MADE To FREETomcrn uurnrw Clean In very Oonntf trilablv praon- obern iurnl hMt ryalUuiAnilean made- Thu rWlnl Inatr- itn1i MATICAI1T llO e dlir rnv tana lUnOtn roetonhurttirt 01111 utre sae Htfir rItd wt cn On r lit la r nU lrilTtr wr soil chip Illlt cigarEduLSIl11fl10 StJobni anet5wuVefIv la 3 or 4Years as ladepeateels Assure iryouc koupyourbonm in western tansdabland of plenty Ia stated Iabkhleisetetutc eiperlcucvt of farmers who have become wrullhr In rrowlua wheat report of deleaate 81ell01 full Information aatoredtiOJ- railway rate can be aa- on aiiiillcntlon to toe Hnporlnttndeut of ImnUrailon Iiepattmaat ar IntorlorOt ws Canada or address the tnderslrn ed who will mall you aUaMw pamphlet etc feel or yllttLEY tlu L ot IIDDl1arrlltlon taft Td110I11wrlndlaopOlls tlluIOeld su ill K lull MIKE DONOVAN fnttructo of boxing attbe New York Atbletlp Club- wntpablltba aortae Iluuitrated burleg- Ieswnsto uotnsx gI8Thlwlloaerltsread- erstheameprllleaeaathow woalihr enough to beloiiKtoafaiLlonablaeiubI ikyonrnewdeale- for Utiui t llouiw No a0 or seed II lor pecl l nhtcrtutlon cuTeflnie the le M ua to QOUIEN libCiu J and A Vaodtwater suet New Ywk j s s s Fv p ALLII r oKKADKltS OK Tills IAPKH DUSIH1NO TO UUY ANVTU1N ADVKUTISRD IN ITS COLUMNS HUOf LD INSIST UPON UAV1KCJ WHAT H1EV ASK tOn UliKUSlNQ ALl tltUSTIrl Tftt Oil 1WITAT10N3 ROOcINOSquareI nt an AIL lli RAn NIrLFt iRU rUE Jo- AHA1LLA UOOliG CU tnmdeu N J CtreaIvIrnmii linukar tIIonlal1I4ICIl dt lrt lmrnt free Ur It H OKKKN b WioB Hut U Atlanta O Use Certaiibuf Cure Price 25 cents A N KB ISIO- VntX VKITIVO TO ADVettTISKKn- ptruto state tilt you MW the Ailteril i I meat tit 4th purer AirA rIIl1 a A 74i f i f r r J Building I 1 1Material I I ROUGH AND DRESSES LUMc J BEH I c Doors and Windows Shingles ic t itl Lime and Cement i t J Builders Hardware I i Paints Oils etc iji s l ESTIMATES j CIIEEKFULLY v FURNISHED I AdFEED+ I 1j arrjI I I f L PaW SEllison 1 IvI HAPPIEST OF TOWXSIi fIs Guilford Conn Winch Needs o Taxes to Taj the Cost of its 1 iovommeiit Tax dodgenl are offered n haven iin this shore town says a Guilford Conn special to tho Now York Journal No resident will bo asked to pay u cent of taxes for tho coming year for tho vo ers derided at a town meeting that they have more money than they need and Iit would bo extravagant to hire a tax collector and assessors to gather taxes which would have to lie idlo in tho bank mouthy if it were collected One of the problems in political econ v omy which old Guilford thinks it has worked out is the liquor question Tho select men claim that instead of revenue from liquor license proving lucrative they are more than swallowed up by tho expense of maintaining almshoiu cs Jails and police lx ThO Guilford voters aro proud of their F boast that they aro the first town In New England if not in America to be able t go a year without tax since tho Pilgrims 1 lande E The population of the town is COQO It is about ten miles Jong and siN IeUTHE POSTAL CHECK LoFordiscussion as to better methods of trans mUting small sums through the math The silver dollar and half dollar are too heavy and the quarter and dime can readily be detected through the euvel opo The paper dollar tho two dollar bill and the flve dollar bill may indeed t be traiimitted without incurring the objection of weight but if they are stolen the sender has no recourse There is a bill before Congress to pro I vide for what is called tho postal check which 11idea91 92 and 95 Milo shall be printed with small blank spaces on the left hand face in which to write the name and ad of the person to whom the note is made be payable with a blank space on the oth therwhGovernmentceled by the sender in the same wur that check stamps are canceled rExamination Rcqaired I School teachers who havo held first class certificates for a period of eight consecutive years will not be required under the now law on the subject to u i dergo another examination Their old incertificate simply being renewed This law however will not be in effect un next year JderJ several weeks ago instructed Superini tendcnt McGoodwin that the benefits of tho law might be extended to thoso w1thj are known to bo qualified to receive but later instructions from Suporinten- ent McChesney was right to the contrary This will catch u number of teachers in tho who had 1 1cdnfieldof BLOODY BUT NOT GLORIOUS It will not cause the American people to thrill with any especial glow of na tionol pride to learn that lost week was ono of the bloodiest of tho entire earn- Wlgn in the Philippines nearly 1000 natives having fallen in combat with ourhome soldiers tlLuzonarowell but it is a duty which the Amerii Lthemthingimperiallsm Aipinos must bo subjugated and their iSlands held under our sway oven it hundred year war be necessary Tin s it is that we now get the continued sty ro from the Philippines Ono of the blood lest weeks of the insurrection 1000 Fill pinos fall A- lIt is earnestly to bo hoped that this record of insurrection un consequent slaughter is not to bo compelled in Cuba and Porto Rico as it has been compelled in the Philippines But FUR SALE Ono lino brood mare nearly a thor anyWwhere Also a No 1 family horse 5 years old this spring Bay black mane and tail nearly 10 hands high well brand od perfectly gentle anybody can dri him Will sell one or both for cash or per credit M A MoDANiEL ed i ifi State Line I AIUUNUKP TO KILL DE1TEY I Mania of nn Old Cotifctlcritto Soldier to Assassinate Some One of rromlncnce MACOX GA April 2lP A Sununey J an old Confederate soldier will be son I to tho State Insane Asylum at Millodgo I villa tomorrow In Uio courso of an in I castigation into his condition it was ns I cortained that hl mirJU has t for cititwobeen to kill somebody of prominence rAdmlrnlr 1 I March 2Ld it occurred to him that thU would orient tho opportunity of his life j and he made his plans to wnminnto fh DT t miral in this city tint on the mornt ing before tho Admiral and Mrs Down ived Mr Sutnmoy had ono of his lu period Ho sqyx ho fully realized what ho lord been planning to do and tearing that ho might again become dtIIranged while tho Admiral waa faro ho immediately loft for tho country romnin there sororal days When ho again lost control of hit mental faoultitrt hi r mania directed 1 itself nffairut gonm arils public man but having no cottstqho pre iwrlng to kill himself when arrrated Father Time Col E F Flouting who was appoint ed nudes oxPro1hJeut Oluvolaud M cloak maatrr of tho Treasury Depart 110ttover u as WoveFather Whisper of an Inipeuding W rsNew York April 23 Commercial Ad cablegramThe all vorj Oat Adverse rumors were current in eluding the extraordinary whisper of an impending war with Fntnco over Afri can disputes utter the exhibition A decline in tho war loan nuKgeyted further Edmunditzrnuuricescost of the waratX12Kl000ClOO 0aIn Puscflgouln Bridge ew Orleans April ZLTho Illinois and Mississippi1 Valley trains re sumcd to day and Uio Northeastern ox peets to bo all rfght in a day or two The uisville and Nnshillo is probably ila a weeks siege of it with the Paca goula bridge although the railroad hay already landed piling on the spot The only interference is with freight the mails and paseengere being transferred across the break- Yesterdays terrific ruin did no addi tional damage and tho worst is probably over s Novel ISoutlsmal Service A novel baptismal service occurred at Sandefurs Grossing in Ohio county last Sunday rays tho Henderson Gleaner G J Dean and Rev J A Bennett closed n meeting at tho church near by There were twelve additions to the bedreamimmersed while tho other six desired to baptized by effusion but insisted on going to the water The result was that e Kov Bean baptized six on the shore ile Rev Bennett tho younger man the others in tho stream Tho ceremony was witnessed by an Immense congregation Disastrous Storms For a week all Mississippi a large por hon of Louisiana anti most of Alabama have been deluged by constant heavyt andpSouth Carolina havo also suffered But the first three mentioned States tlio continuedtitRailroads are apparently tho heaviest for until yesterday all roods in were tied up because of destroyed tracks and bridges and some of operatethroughand rebuilding bridges added to loss caused by weeks delay of sentaThat Throbbing JleadncheI quickly leave you if you used Kings New Lifo Pills Thousands sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headochea They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c Money back if 1 not cured Sold by all Druggists OBITUARY Tho death nngol recently visited tho of Mr and Mrs Crensahw near Woodland Mills Tcnn and took from bright homo their daughter bins tiirhodaway eep not deer mother and sister for e Lord knowoth best precious ono from UH is SonotA voice wo loved iis stilled place is vacant 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