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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4x 1rJ 1 gS r i 7- p r Io ilL I fre t + l r 1e Si I I V 1- ibJI rifIf f f THrul i HICKM1 R 3- Y N COURIERI OLDEST NEWSPAPER I WTESTERN KENTUCKY tro A ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUIPT KY MAY 4 1900 VOL XXXV NO 23 NO EXTENSION TO CHAR q LESTON OR COLUMBUS They Kiss and Make Up ir Tho Nashville Chattanooga ft St L Railway will not bo forced now to con strict a line of railway between Colum bus and Hickman on account 61 tho ab rogation of tho M O track lease bo tween tho point named It will bo ro mcmbcred that for worn time tho Ohat r tanooga road has operated over tlio M fc O tracks under a long tern lease which however in to terminate at tho expiration of two yenta notice on tho 9thet z fcrencos over freight traffic natters and when tho Mobile 3s Ohio people gave no I tice of a withdrawal from tho Southern i Association Urn M kO through Pre idcnt tunnellI moo noUco with Prcsl dent Thomas that tho IPOHO would term nato in two years This necessitated prompt Action on too part of tho Chattanooga Itpad officials arid survey on wore put ifv hjkiUeld looking to the ton lniotlon f nllhe to till the gap Ro Gently a conference crag bold nt St Lou Jin when the trafllc matters eI1 adjust island the n tiOOll lease ternlniitSou e an given by President Russell with i drawn Tho JhatUnonga road Will con- tinuo i to operate trains over the M 8 Oc a and now tho two road areas chummy nq over The construction of the branch about twentyfive or thirty mile would a liavo caused tho expenditure of a largo amount of mon- eySEED CORN Pore St Charleg Whlto Seed Corn L P W S Eiiljws DEE REID I Drops Dead Near His Store I iIiJ j r j Mr Deo Reid n wellknown citizen and raw tnlll nmn dropped dead Wed nosdny mornlnj about oclock whenJ i on his way from hIs boarding house 4whero ho hod eaten a hearty breakfast to bit i toro house nonr by So far us la 14J xi Pa =roallh a UIUA n UlitpJtilntr nth v crwlno having been made or heard Tlio dcccoHcd way a warm hearted genial clover man and leaves a wie and tine children to mourn hia death Ho WOK comparatively asJer man but had ro cently had hi4 lifo insurctl for WOOa r i Fast lllcjcle Rider Will often receive pamfnl outs sprains or brnue from accldcnU Boolclcus Aruba Salve will kill tha pain and howl tho injnry It a tho cvolistH friend It cares Chafing Chopped Hands Sore Lips BarnsIJlcr rii and PillS Ouro guaranteed Only 25oUi Try it Soldt r by nil drnggUU Cay ou lenN Thing ore hot and dry and so axe tho poorle Sam Barns was in town to day Mw Nora Naylor spent tho day in tho country Muvt Alice Underwood and Lottie As bell have returned home from u visit to Mm Susan Cook Mm KAto OlSOn has gone to fcbgans Lauding Mra Mary Edmiston visited Mrs Lu la Wilklns this week Mm I1 Fjfliny Clayton nnd Mrs Jo Crawford were in town hopping this weok Mm Alonro Hattcnwoth unit child ron of MuMouri are guests of Mm Kate Cnson 4Mn Jrss Harus visitedi in town tli veokKb Onv Mares has gone to Gravity I to live with her sister Mm L JSa1 Stuart of Moscow held servlcea 1 nt SnudnyM Miss Lcnok fltxmt several days in town Mrfcnd Mra Kills Mnyes spent Sunday vII Mrs Henry Trea- sMrutdna Benson of Union City spent day with Mrs Jess Dnultiu Mr Iuhnson was m town yesterday Mrs o Casou and uolco Duos Dora llettesw went to Union City today Mr JatlUnrns was in town today 911 Olowas bitten by n dog Sun day nt Jorfc JOltS BmeuN- MnyCayco 2 1000 DO 1OtVANT A BICYCLE I Wo can g you a few pointers o WhfICli Soew low prices we make on the WhoeliMr In stock Siox8 BOOK STORE Change ofwme iranted In the hearing MOS against tho parties charged wtmho assassination f of Oov 400101anifortl Judge Cantrill granted thngo HO said he would not try nnD for his HO when the State lion occupIed b1 soldlent or the jail pr by soldio The lnVlYors differed nto county should bo curried but bably wo nt to Scott of which Gt wn Is t county seat- Circuit Court conycxt Mo nI flay for a two wook9 term 5- V t- Yh t t T+ L I t 1111W S ELLISOX OurI Clothing f Sales jnitlfy tho wisdom gfper tro mentions stock bought thte ecasoq OmiS zooosuits QIf cannot bedupllcated else where in quality unit variety of stylo Boys Suits With Fancy Vcats Latest for lIttlo Geata who ore nptodato dressers Priced 500 and tj6JO The regular triad 81 und up per suit 40 v Fang Wit Latest fad htFaaoyVeata over known- noFvon We liavo them at fJOOto 22600 a Summer WcighttOonU and Pants Suits no Vest latest thing ont n11 Wool Cassimeres light colors handsomely tailored only 86- 0Suigle Coats Coats and Vests and Crash Salts inmost desirable variety ft w r Straw Hatsv Y d We have joat put on JJ play The time ia nt hand for straws N cgligccShirtsi Never before have we uliowu suck va riety to ncy Novelt Snrtitj 4 J I fJHI Suspenders Art tlcally now tasty and pleasing to all Rood dressers r Marshals Sale for Taxes On Monday May 14th 1000 it being tho first day of the May tcvrn of tho Ful ton County Court at tho court house door In Hlokman Ky bill lieU to tho highest bidder for Cash for taxes duo tho oily of Hickman nnd cost of sale tho following described real estate as sassed in tho names of tho following parties towit F200 is added in each case for costs Drown Mrs A M block 1 E II Nos 35 to 37 list to 1G8 210 to 2233 block 4 E II 100 to 173 177 to 170 103 to 100 213 to 221 227 223 211 to 241 6JE105m123 120 to 132 131 to 139 Ill and 10 WOJ Curlin Seth O IL No 21 and of lot No 23 W7G9 Knoorr Mrs Mary EII block 2 Nos 63 to 85 1M 105 61790 Taylor Mrs M J W H No 7G 618 Tuylor Will W II south of Nos 70 and 80 1518 Weimor J P G A Nos 22 to 27 204 Webb Henry E II block No 184 459 Webb A G E H block C No 185 439 COLORED LIST Clark Jim 0 A Noa 53 to CO 633 Carter Amy G A Noa 79 and 80 280 Hanna Cntuio W H U of No 80 280 Laudordalo George G A Nos 101 to lOS W42 Meriwether Rubo heirs E H block 6 H of 218 and 217 3363 tou218 fO77 Pratt G A Nos 107 and 103 GDS Rhodes H G A Nos 32 30 37 GDS Uhlis Lydia E II block 3 Nos 185 to 187 214 and 222 a57- Wiley Cy E II blk 3 Nos 149 ICO 430 Yates Geo EII block 2 No 257 620 United Brothers of Friendship E H block 2 Nos 09 and 100 81700 TOM DILLON JR City Marshal F It is tact that no other article gluesitsuch FOAM Other kinds of yeast may bo toitood some of tho time but Yeast Foam le good aU of the time and you take no chancoof losing your flour when you use Yeast Foam according to directions printed on every 5c package Ourfi Millinery Sue5s Ar dariac or Oiiini WM to pro BOOIKjed M M be 1 ifgingttofu- sfcmtalnky The pro aUp I ef ou- raBlW40 rte eCS8 to bo the grMUet pNr sera in esr iltle oiry- sad igrive cad it tts0 OarMilliaary smlUfcVKh extra help err are tea Jar fcyigftWness hours taraisg oat to ar OB new orI den steoe the 1a1 The new Seiisrr J Street Hats latest out ad bk 11111 rircd are soil ifUf foot ia44sWe cenHaMjr who have not yet d M M to our Millinery Departtfteet i III ltfsrade X 1Lt1Jopular Price helps M Shljtof Walsts r Ia latest and but Tabs correct styles and reasonable priewElteeio as low aa 85c and aPM ariKe you want a1lty sBperioc Mjlffa every time 4 iiaoTaUor MuUMitrjii in the city Wash Dress ds of every kind acrd We can please you Pulley BeltsJ tho most popular klaA Jfothin BO now iu Belts aa thet nwe show 60c for our Leather weKuiji wo make IlDY shade wanted irtttMu1 in any jYo 010 pro 1o1ad up to g lid lit k an ytm wa tNewlMNA W leYarWfir i ltWii ffH1 LinoleumsI J6 feet wide eplondid for hall cocks Patterns rich and attractive Floor Oil Cloths in great variety v r t I 0 n IITilE I I The Ecumenical conference recentl in session at Carnegie Hall New YorIi is the third one to be held Tho first II met in London in 1878 the second r New York in 1888 and now after lapse of twelve years is again held in Now York Two hundred delegates attended tho first conference which was presided over by tho Earl of 1000 delegates attended the second eve twhich Lord Aberdeen presided and I te estimated there were 2600 delegates in attendance upon the recent route ence which had an ex President of the United States Gou Harrison as honor ary Chairman and which was address ed by the President of tho United States tho Governor of New York and1 a noticablo number of missionaries role souls some of whom bear beII their bodies the scars ot tho Lord Je Bus Every Protestant save I I all responded The conferenco commenced April 21 and remained in session until May I Ono hundred and four Protestant mission any societies are represented nnd it has been stated In tho conference that these exclusive of money expended on mis sions in England and America ReHBiea ef Methodists It is likely that the dawn of tho new century now near at hand will witness the reunion at the Methodist church i dIgions and powerful whole having a of upward of 6000000 souls Since the year 1844 the Metho 0 o maintained separate I CONSIDER it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about tho dl procured a bottle of this remedy A few others suffering from that dreadful ill = c Oar Light Delivery makes it easy for ueJo give quick sett vice to ow Grocery patrons lx1 f k v Groceries at j Reasonable r PIeFancy Canned Q I L Ice Freezers V Coolers and v1 dowstandm Ranges BlmoFUaae Coal Oil and Qaick Meal Gasoline l Bi ti1 ikc We want l P ELLISON ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE Shaftesbury denomination nUsta1wns yelUto consolidadonmembership tl1Metnodistlpiscopal organizations mlcuseRemedyI ItakoVThisCowg11Oowgill ShawState Grocery Department New wagonk Fresh Fruits IiHardvareCream Water Screen Doors Win Cook Stoves Steel Stoves Hay Corn Oats itbi1 Meal your trade L W S hyEtgNtHem daykthe street fixes the wages paid to the 11mon employed theasupply Eight hours would reduce the supply Labor saving machinery has iucreas ed the working capacity of workmen who in justice should be afforded more leisure increasetIt would give greater opportunity for social and educational development It would raise tno standard of living upon which prosperity depends It would give men a chance to get ao quainted with their families It would promote temperance by ro moving the desire for stimulants which conies from long hours of labor givIngl his duties puttlngi The Hat Tea Wear Within 100 miles radius of New York City is concentrated nearly all tho 7000 rmoke18 of tar or felt hats who belong to the United Hatters of N A Tho Un ion label is familiar 1101000000 used since 1865 CRIPPLED CONFEDERATES May Iera a Uattalliou wed go to then Reunion at Louisnlle Maj William P Dearing of Atlanta Ga teases tho following unique adver tisement which explains itself WAUTED OnoJmndred and five Confederate veteran who lost a hand arm or leg in the Lost Cause to give us a batUllIou td go to the reunion at Louisville Ky May 29 Special rates and entertainment will be offered them This battallion if it can bo organized will wear a gray sack coat pants and cap and carry an Enfield title and Georgias rag No time to be lost Re port promptly Only maimed Confed orate veterans eligible This battallion will organize la Atlanta aud go with Gen A J Wests brigade Many applications have already been difficultyinscarredVeterana i of it i e t p r I WILL HATE A GLORIOUS REUNION AT LOUISVILLE IK HAT The Louisville Times says Three weeks from next Wednesday Louisville will open wide her gates t a the Confederate hosts and for nearly week the gallant survivonfof tho army of the South will meet here in annual reunion With them will be their relatives and then friend as well as thou sands who are always attracted by the meeting of the men who wore the gra It will be one of the most important meetings ever held in Louisville an one that will be both auspicious and notable in every way Practically all arrangements have been made for the reunion For nearly a year the committees have been a work and the organization which was mapped out months ago has been perfected It only remains for tho veta t arrive and they will be well cared for The task of arranging for the hosts has not been an easy one To theExec utive Committee of which Col t II Young is Chairman was assigned the work of mapping out tbo plans This commmittee now meets twice a week Every day brings letters from all part- of the country from veterans who wil bo here The deepest interest is take in the reunion and it will probably be the most successful yet held in tho his tory of the United Confederate Veterans HOPE UP TUK PEOPLE WITH DE XOUIUCY Detroit April 29Gov Pingreo asserted in an interview today that the hope of tho people in this years agenerl elections in the Democratic party Tho Governor has always hitherto been a independent Republican Speaking of the increasing power of trusts ho said There is no use In hoping that tho Republican party will do anything with them Are you preparing to announce your withdrawal from the Republican party 4P the Governor was asked There is no announcement about it I only say what I have said all the while You have not heard me say anything against the Democrats for some time 1 believe that the hope of the people is in the Democratic party I this fall aac r h t THE GOVERNORSHIP To Be Decidtf May 14 The Kentucky Gubernatorial eeetest case was heard before the Sayrtan Gwwt t the United States ket Monday ami 41xDemocraticThe court adjourned until May Is understood the decision Bounced UIPOPULIST VOTE If Saall Perceatage Will Ue te IrjRBV tAccording to Wharton Barker of Phil Iadclphia who has received the Indorse ment of some of the Populist State Oea 1 ventions for President there wiM belie tween 800 and 1000 delegates at the Cia cinaati National Convention the ma- Jority coming front the South Weet aid Central West Asked as to the effect ef Ida nomination for the presidency by the Populists on Mr Bryans candidacy Mr Barker said Thero can no longer be a doubt iia the mind of any one who considers the situ atioatbat at least 1500000 of the 2000 kr000 Populist votes cast for Mr Bryan ia I860 will this MOo lost to hin led cast for the Presidential candidate the Peoples party That the Deateentie bythetheir assistants TIME TO CALL A HALT j According to tho statements made by exMinister to Turkey Angcll before1 the Ecumenical Conference now in sessiontin New York City it is high time that 4- the United States Government took a bold stand in calling Turkey to a strict account for outrages against American missionaries Our former diplomatic representative at Constantinople asserts that since 1883 this Government has allowed outrages against our missionaries to go on without any demonstration boYO dpeacef1t1Jaand patient argument and that in con continuesE J rLghtiof these laiaekmariesi lit 1a ttt tHh point lOW sayixr Angellfkae Ul tamerw p n6t to t Abeam citizens it should say so and turn them V over to tho care of the British Embassy I Senator Tillnaa Hissed at Aaa Artier toiman of South Carolina lectured hero Saturday night under tho auspices of tho Good Government League his subject being Tho Race Question in the South The incident of the evening was his philippic against tho negroes Tho audience wan composed of students Directly in front and alone sat a colored student and tho Senator looked at him in making his remarks gradawill find tho savage His education is like a coat of paint like his skin There were hisses from several parts of the house Senator Tillman smiled and retorted Yqpj must excuse me for my frankness There ia nothing of hurled Wheny1tbat man who hissed gets ready to givechis daughter in marriage to a negro and proves by his actions and not by his hisses that ho means business I will apologize and not before ret tort was tremendous and thero was no more hissing during tho evening Tho youiare ready to take them to you dont let yourselves over again be encouraged to interfere between the Southern whitest Had the blacks We understand each other and will sortie this question be tween ourselves iIA Needed LessoR to the Trusts JConcrcss can at once teach a needed lesson and confer boon upon the corm try by a prompt repeal of tho duties on all iron and steel produced in the forms manufactured by tho offending iron and steel corporation Its business has plain ly grown beyond the need of any pro faction whatever and with the paper trust the tin plate trust and several others which are abusing in like man nor the protective principleIt should now be permitted to stand alone while tho people whom it would rob shallohave tho benefit of unrestricted foreign competition St Paul Pioneer Preaa 1Tm ancients believed that rheuma tism was the work of a demon within a man Any one who has had an attveksof sciatic or inflamatory rheumatism will agree that tho infliction is demoni no enough to warrant tho belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out demons but twill cure rheumatism and hundreds boar testimony to the truth of this statement One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords is alone worth many times its 0costHickman ands M Shaw State Line druggistsii I r i 4 R 1 Ji + ltI tlio Itickman Courier OEOUOU WAKIIEN 1lltHtau tllCKMAJN tt KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Pilgrims nre Hocking into Rome In thousands Unclaimed dogs in Chicago are to be killed by electricity Over 4000 trees arc to be sot out In Riverside park Now York The fastest flowing river in the world is the Sutler in India It is said that 100000 Italian labor era fled employment in Switzerland There are nearly two thousand stitches in a pair of bandsewn boot The import of crude rubber to this country more than doubles annually Up to 180 1 Berlin had only one rntd Jcal journal Note there are about a dozenaThe United States practically sup plies South Africa with building ma terial aj A man and a woman left a smallpox quarantine in St Louis to get married More than onehalf of the chain pagne sold in France in 1SOS went to England I Eleven millions of mat nre said to jI belong to the great Chinese society of boiters Three turpentine plantations of 10 iQ acres each will soon be started in the south U Iin estimated that ihr people of 1n laud spend J 250000 a day in furniture moring The imports of crude tubber to b country have in the last thirty years increased 431 per cent Kimbcriey will erect a statue to Mr Cevll Rhodes in recognition of his eervicofl during the siege 3Frnnce consumes 025000000 gallons of wine annually equal to 425 gal Ions per capita of population t faund I A t 1 t t 7 I5 ji1arddInpolls because ho smoked cigarettes Miss Mnblc Hnnna daughter of the senator is Qne of the best whips among the women of Washington The Income tax In India is levied on all incomes of 38t and upward and then onlyI one man in TOO comes within ita scopo A child was seriously poisoned in Miildletown Ct recently by enting sample pills left on doorsteps by n distributing agent London in to love n religion dully something on the Sheldon lines as a Ttgul institution AE Clarke of XYiinbeton is to be the editor Thu KngUrdiman possesses on an av rage gl45O the Ddtchmnit 720 the Htlgitiin and the Gorman 760 the Austrian and Ilannn 500 the Jlroixhm 5800 The Frenchman possesses 1300 Philadelphia claims the two oldest white women inXorth America They arc Mrs Celestlue Xigro an Italian ljp years old and Mrs Sarah Doran Terry u native of Xgyv Jersey 100 i years old- Kolwrt H Whitesldes of J ublin who Ixiugbt the Caluveras sequoia groie in California recently for 100 non asks 250000 from the government for it Experts value the timber at that figure Up to the present time Hgypt has only bet II engaged in exporting its row cotton but it seems now that trials wilt he made in the land of the Nile to manufacture cotton goods from Egyptian cotton lr Adin Silas Wright who became the junior ling otileur of the nay by I promotion to the highest grade recently will be next to Adin Dewey In tho course of three years Adm Writfbt IIH a Kentuckian and 55 yenra of age It wan Mr HhodcH who made it the fashion in South Africa to use Dutch furniture and he bought up all the Rood specimens which were to bo found In the Old hoer IIOUKCS Every piece of furniture in his house IH pure butch and antique fly the last CCBSUH there were 20 B12gOO communicants in all tho churches of the United Status Of these 0257871 were Catholic 4589 284 Methodists 3712480 ISflptlsitB 1 878332 PresbJtcrianH 1331079 Luther ans pull 140309 Episcopalian s Tho Doers have during the war consumed u large quantity of diluted viiiegar in order to overcome the las situde caused by the noxious rapor of lyddite The iHthmian canal commission lion decided that it can not perfect he fore JJeccinber the report of Its ex amination of various route Ir the proposed canal The street ear charges rt Cape Town are highs 0 cents being the regular rate for a distance of from two L tothreernlles Eight miles the exItentor the lurfuf line coots 38 rents 1 a i Ii I THE FOOT BRIDGE FELL Nine Persons Crushed to Death on the Paris Exposition Grounds Tli llrldcf Unit Just Ilren Con deut d uuil IVoiile Were Xt Al lotvril upon It but Were IVr- iitlttra tit Unilrr It =Paris April 30u accident within Ute exposition grounds caused th dunth of nine persona and injured about 40 A temporary bridge un able to withstand the Sunday crowd broke The accident threw u pull Our the happiness of an immense throng who hind profited by the magnificentt weather to visit the exposition ItI Was probably the record in attend ance Not merely the interior of the grounds but the precincts ohio wer crowded and the concourse wow par ticularly great along the Avenue de Snfren which forms the northern boundary of the grounds Here IIs sit uated n big sideshow the CelentlulI Globe A footbridge on which the flnlnhlng touches were being put crosses the Avenue de Sufren con necting the sideshow with the exhibi ties It was constructed of wood with a stucco facade and with n plas termade tower at rack end Strangely enough the bridge land been eon demned only Sunday morning byiIne exposition authorities as unsafe The public was therefore not allowed t j go upon the structure and in this na a disaster even more terrible the that which occurred was averted The victims first recovered were mostly only the injured the lend be ing found litter beneath the center of r the structure The first body wini found after u quarter of an hours frantic labor It was that of a little girl seven years old whose lead urn horribly crushed Victim after vie tim wan brougtit to light until u row of nine mutilated corpses load beenI pineed upon the sidewalk and near 40 other persons sonic badly and others less seriously injured hind been carried in ambulances or driven to the hospitals The weighty plaster towers seemedt to be responsible for the fall of tho structure FORTIFICATIONS Tilt Sruat Couiiiilttrr on Aipruprln tloim Unite Several ditltloni to the Illll Washington April 20The tteuntu committee on appropriations has com pleted consideration of the fortifi cations npproprlntlon bill and made the following udditiotiH to tho bill Two hundred and fifty thousand doliarfiifgr thu putchnne of land O PUt wP Nir ffllnniT MorlJnnd harbor Me nu Which to erect additional lat terieH anti biiildingH for troops 135 000 for building aitoa on Sulllvnns Is land Charleston S C 115140 for the completion of field and siege bat tcriex 40000 additional for the All Morrey elevating carriage 100 000 for the purchase of the right to manufacture nail use the Ishnin high explosive shell and rut ties high ex oloxive thorite The additions mmlc by the commit tee aggregate HGUO bringing thoI totnl appropriation made bythe billI up to 47733025 RIVALS FOUGHT A Duel With ItroIeri In Which One Ves Miot to Ilrntli Kell Out Utrr a Url Ulueflcld W Sn April 10Newt reached here of the killing of JohnI IKshrook at Mnyburry McDowell 1I county SO miles west of here while In an altercation with Walter Sweet innn Math men used revolvers but Sweat man proved the bettor murk man They had u falling out last Sunday evening over a girl Miss Lake Seybold Motif loved lice Severalt shots were fired and as n ball rc inniitM in HenbrooUs pistol it is sup posed that lie waS killed before he had a chanco to empty his Sweet innn emptied his revolver One bulls entered J IfcKbrookM brain and one hilt left shoulder He was dead when found Onlrriil to Mniilln WaMhtngton April gO SiirRoon I Wyman of the marine hospital sort Ice has ordered Assistant SurguoimI LuiiMford n Pricks nnd llalhtend A StniiKtleld to the Philippine islnndn u assistants to Surgeon Perry Hur WllllhingtouhereI liygonic laboratory and Surgeon Stansfield ix at Honolulu Ornit ICrlluloun Diulrrlnklna Chicago April lOA Methodist irmy 100100 strong couticcnited rind landed together for the salvation of loulu may be one outcome of the treat gathering of Methodism which s ubout to be Iheld in this city JJiah pT M Thoburn is lit the head of the Movement An Orerdor4 of Mitrplilne Xew York April 30 Harry H Mar tindule st wellknoivu Hub nun died it thA flew YoiT hospital aged 15 rears fnim the effects of an overdose jf morphine In November ISM he out u leg and since that time his health hd failed gradually then Allan Itiitlirrfuril 184 VuHhliigtoij prll300en Allan Rutherford clerk of the Maryland ourt of appealfi died hero of con ninijitlon aged uLOat 00 years lie 1TUp u theo1 fl lorlc auud served flllh di tnctotfTijrIn thedvll war 1 j i I I ADM DEWEY IN C IClt6r Kor Tkfcr llnyn the Xninl llrro VII Hi the turst of the Cltr 3than lit Ian for rnIunl ltd Chicatro May 1mld the booming if caution and the cheers of lutmhitl jf people Adm leorgc Jawcy or rival In Chicago Monday lager the gUlIItfhis entertainment will take up nyarly every moment of Ida time untlUhlH loparturo Thurndny morning fore JnukKonvlllo 111 Vho Kpeclal trait hearing Admiral and Mr cw4 Lieut Cnldwoll his Reorctnryrat t1 Lieut Crawford was met near Sojith Chi6ago by n Hpcolal train Carrying the general executive vommtitee n dIe Downy celebration and Icr Iit Mayor Harrison President Chnrfes A lioulGorlllory of the great Auditorium lint there hon within its walls n sight more beautiful thou tlmt revealed lasl night when the great ball given in 1honor of Adm JJewoy was at IIts height Thieve have teen fcstalfeca slats without number in the great hull dances for charity balls inI honor of illustrious civilians fiunnim naldlorii nail distlngulMheil forelgiierk but this teas the first time that CJjT tutt has hind within her gates m n guest ti distinguished representative of the American navy the first tlmeiilir linn been permlttM to pay her tribute of honor mud rcH oct to the victor of 0lfmtilu opnThere WUB nothing wanting It MUS a decUlvc success from tint to lust tIn Dfrwhich wan tendered to the admiral Tlure tten preitent perlmpx somewhat too many people to allow of all- s pCIhemwhen the dance programme prop r won fats Ily under way the older p Jo yple sought the boxes and the spatilo foyer raving the floor to thin yoga r eople who used It until daybria Fully 1000 teople wera present BOUNDARY LINE LOCATED Thi DUpult HpMvrcii tkt tlnle I Vlrnluln nail Trnnrnorr Srl- tlrcl nt Iimt I Vnahingtou May 11lIe 0uptti iu court matured a decree in the cases d- jhe f proceeding to establish the hu- dory l i line hut tm the suites of T r Inltt and IVnneBtteu The decree Yt ncipnlanct with till Htlpulatlon I Jwcen the two state nppolnl g Mewfra Vm C Hodkltin of Mnujwtf HtU 4rrcgall A 11 Itneltntmn of Toniu tl loestr tJ J I l 1doea4e prorlalniH lute oal ft iniiud Hue of lift aa tJHr fend Ct k R and trey boamlarr earl thV otirtcla tlooem aru gMm authority 1 o ar + rtniu retrare remark aud ir stnbhtlh It hat It IB expMdtfr atutvtl t tiM they shall not haute Jitkotitjr 1t to tutu way other line ONLY AS INDIVIDUALS I llntr the Ilorr Irnci Ciiiiiiulmluhr Will lie ItcccUiit Hj Hit See rrtnry tI Slate Waxkhifrton slay 1lt can be ttat ed that the peel is oomtwalnp the Iloer Ulagntton w o are about to wit frnni Europe for the InMid Kutea Mils wuuk will not bo donlcd aereM to the alieninryof state when tlvjr reach Vnshlligtnu Thuy will be rcelveil as IndlridunU Just aa wan MrI fontagii White but with the distinct understanding that they are not PPO dlejf8tionItreat them exactly as he would treat nay dlKtlnguIched foreign vUitor without regard to natlonnllty hut will not admit their coiiipetenrr to enter Into any negotiations with thp dupartmentt Iorto Illrnu tet Aurrril To Wnxhitigton 3u1y1gigue eoiifeiv on the joint resolution aniendlnjf the Porto Itlean net reached n complite ngr 3ement utter u second wcHioii The original renolntlon exteiullnjf ie tunuift of military officers in Porto Ilico until their sueeossurs are apI pointed is retained Intact IIIcS F lions added by the house relating to corporations lire changed coiisilrri lily The report tens adapted in Ill h house HO the bill now goes to this rtlht ntIaCrhln of fr llrmrn London May 11711 Contilniitiiio pIe correspondent of the Standard says It U tolerably certain that a settlement uilli the United Ktatps lii not fur distant triune not only IN Tur key nverne to seeing u precedent rn Uibllslied for making navelII11mII stratlonx but several other towern lire disquieted twer tow nolive infer ference of the United States whiih Introduce u now element Into the eastern question uuiL otTerH an exam lolloIlthOld Ilutilirr LlllKutlou Itrnrtrrd ItlrI 1Suits for i3000000 were bfgitii by the heirs of thetnltedM a litlgaIlonI yearn Ilnirrn Ilrnlro It HingrOcdcnleview published in n local paper which Jotl J generiii strlrntJiiir J fn the ilmouratlc JIIlrftlII S 1 1rrfHE PARDONS NO GOOD fudge Cantrill Decides That Davis and Powers Must Stand Trial fur Judas AUo Drnlrtl Tlmt tlir Sol illvrN In Krniikrurl AVero UunnlI- HRT tlir Court Iliumr hat Wrrr Olinrur nf the JnllI Ito rlrrtnkfurt Ky Slay 1Altul the armjgninent nt republlcnn Secretary III Htnte Caleb Powers Cnpt John W anvil HnrlniKl WhitUtkor W II Cut ran pad lltolmrU Comb coloredl for 1V1111ninfpleadgguilty ono iitoriie tundored the pardonx ranted by reiililicnn Jov Taylor to Ialob Powers and John Davis runt of fired I lulii UK n bar to the prosecu lion ledge cantilll will The alleged Thetnile to the olllco of governor lit in ills jwite and the litigation over It IU Mtlll pending in the courts Several of the iiurtH liave jmnxed on the question nt iMun nnd these have dcatdrd that Mr livlor Iis tint governor and was not it the time tbtwe pretended pinloiu S rut grunted Till motion t dUmlM the iudlotments is overruleil The petitions for changes of venue wro thou made The prowcution en trrvd nu objection and filed counter nuiavit Hot h aids patented a lengthy lIt of wltinwnea who won called to Riff titlineHiy as tn the state of ferllng and tthe ijutwtlon of whethur fair trials roan be obtnlnrd hero There was n goal dt1l l or quibbling between the pnmeoHtlou and the defenw us- a where the harden of proof nhould rt in the iMrtiie rnlMtl but the prose wealthnr1aAttorneyln1Arauillhlllllllairnsunned 1 it nod was reedy to begin hearing pnnlf from Its wltne rn At lids Mjlnt Col It 1t NVUoii of thin dofenre arose and made w leifcthy argument objeotlng to this Inirodtt thin nf proof nn the question of a luuipe nf Yenta Ills ktotrmont he said was rofi ional argil iris rea Sons for asking a ehange of venue for the defendant vithom hearinir proof Here that the oonrt house was In harnv 0 f HtVtKHl twldlttnt who rtwuff nlw roar of the eoHU iMllHg jwrtle iu bit imittirulI cetttra t ray sisal that here were otter pfMrtieem of kiml vllemrnt of VWoh the ANn tvulil i ike judicial knowl lre surd about nhkh it was not nVceaaary to hate- cal prttot to show that tint rowli loss tern nrt awali os Ie JHUtrlMa =frtlNUiw waa slider gvttnl uf llW aoV dons but avid they were In rbanrr ttm Jail by order of the warty jutlffr Hr uvtnmktl the otijrfik n of Col HelitA anal three wllruiM wire kMnl on the tide of the IonIIn tIIN to the change of vrnu Tow Who tertHlyd Wrrr City JtMlffrt W C Iteration J C Noelsed Ur Qatofu They irnvt It a Jar iiuinton tlmt tlHrv U no MrHllatrnt iin thus rmiaty that woiiW prtit a fair fcrW TU0 p0 irt tUm iMlmrH d IN THE SUPREME COURT lrjiHiniiil In the tlI1hlr ftmltl- lreun llelin ctnlioOii Offlr link liaiu II K Ilk llrtrf WaHhlngton MayI 1Loris lie Quown altonmy fur J C 11 lle k nnfn demucrtitle govemsr of JCeu tucky Monday lllrd his brlof In thu UnltiMl Stntes aupremu court In tJw enne involving thu governorship uf Uio state It Ila contended that tho provlnioiiH of the constitution and ntuiten of Kontuuky governing the contested election of governor alfonl due process of law within the moan ing of the fourteenth amendment to the United States constitution lJu fourteenth amendment according to flit brief flora tint undertake to eonv trol the power of a state to determine by what process legal rights may bo assorted provided tho method gives reasonable notice and affords a fair opportunity to be heard which is asserted to be the POSM In tho iethod of contests iu Kentucky It is also Insisted that there IH no property In a political ofllce and hunce its deprivation lan not fall within the inhibition of the fourteenth nmend mont If this cane presents a federal quuHtion thin no the brief aver ev cry election context does also and the court of last resort would bo convert ed into u Hiipreme board of uontvMtB Tim motion to dlHinlw should be vua tnincd Lxcauve there Iin no color of a federalI qurxtton in the record Iho argument in the Kentucky gut ernorship tllil WIIH begun in the Unl Jwl States supremo court nt 12i3C Monday Tho first prencntutlon taut inndo on bchuli of lot Taylor by Attorney Helm mince After Jlr Drier llnisdied Uiwrvnnc Maxwell jr and Lewis L MeQuown followed The case went over until Tuesday Used wfiiu Inlnxiented Inn Chicago Mny 1WIllIam KdmundH S years old sisal his tvifelartrra nail thin shunt lilinxclf at their home No 311 West Sixty South Place The wounds of both pray prove fatal It IK unid IMmundK wan intoxicated nail had been dcKpondent Fuiitclit a Hrrw- New York May L Jack OUrlcn rand George Mclnddeiv both uf lute flly fought a draw at he lightweight limit p9 pounds before the Ilroad S Aflletle club file men aVentSA tlalr Wr FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS orKuiniiinrjr of I ruling EsuuIs Washington April 21 Sennas Hon Matthew S Quay was refused n seat In the United States senate on the appointment of the governor a Pcniuylvnnln by n vote of 33 to 88 The outlet tune of tin senate was de oted to debate upon the quofltlon runny of till greatest lawyers lulu or ntora in thin body delivering speeches HOUHO The Fornker emergency ros olution to continue the present nib corn In 1oro lllco In olUco until tho appointments nre Hindu ttndnr tot uduptrdAbnut1 proprlatloii bill were disposed of the Dloptlt1btllllgto letter carriers who work in CXCCM of 48 Motifs u week WuMhlngton April 23 Senate After a brief debate the conference rciKirt on tIll Hawaiian civil govern uncut bill the provtidoiiH relating to the right of franchise and imprison fluent fur debt having Leon amended to conform to the Ideas of tho senate wen agreed to The agricultural np propriatlon bill wnll puiwotl currying n little over 1000000 Tho Alaskan civil government hill WON under con ftldarntlon for an hour but no prog rraa was made House Tlio entire seaclon was de voted to tilt punt otllec appropriation bill lly n vote of S7 to 50 tho appro prlntlon of 7MOOO for the pneumatic tuuo service In Sew York Itoaton and tXBllndelphia was stricken out Vaahington April 20SenateAl- meat the entire atsslon was iltrvcitml to coualdcmtinn of the right of Xn thAn ft SlUU of WCAt 1grglnla to retain Iris scot In the senate The NUO- Nlt over without notion IIPIIJOllrlaflanj to Increase the ftahtry of the director of the census to 7500 and the alavies of supervisors of crnmiB by two- ParI cent of the amount received by iheJr enumeralorn The final confer circa report on the Hawaiian govern merit bill wax prevented but not noted upon owing to the ulMtucc of ft quorum Wanhlngton eorll S7Sonnte Thn Mutate voted slam tint resolution de oharing Nathan 1I1ScQtt to he entitled to his sent in tlt senate from WstVirginia The number nf vote In tIle negative vnttt only three The Alan upthedayllouneAll bytheAmong them was oust In iM lmi at the into of olD a month the widow of the late Col John M WOIM HK rg uf tho larNebrankH who waa killed In the Philippine The oonfewHcn re port on the Hawaiian Kovornwrnt WIM prrbrldealI dealIVaalriagton April 34 Ivmate Mr PnlHgr v of RoMtlt DakaUi offered n rt oliitloii rxiHniHnjf aynipathy for the Iteerm Without debate It was r farred to the it Bmlttr on fwrruti raUUma by ftj6t of at to U An 1JIt 1mr flte HS lrie n1111tP1tf8 of a fHr rifni tnt tJCrfl aver HMtdai to Ntfuro lure hat It was oftrhufI aura the rrlstt adourssd- IloaarSills to rerornUe the t frt Irra of ut NVwranil soul the oHl eera sod tmu of thus rcnue inter HudaoM which ryaetixl tttc torpvdo boat Wile at Canirnam lutist lay t oaferriag quid IAoII aihrr utedala op OH tb m and to retire Capt nadir mm of the rwrewue eotlrr nlurk Me rullorh fur merltortotM scnkeur n- It Francis It Lamller who am ted5 the late bklary lets aa a rep renoolative from the Fourth VlnriHia dhiiriot wiurawurn la Waaliinfton April 30 tfenate A motion to take up the rrselntlon ex raaiiiir nvtH aU y for the flours ratafwlml by a vole of i to le Tlio eoHferetwe report on tire joint rl iHtloit relatiHir to the HdinlnlxtrHiioii of etch attaint1 In Iorto Hlco nod pro rldlHK for Ihe appolntunwt of tMiim vary oMnra on t lie Ulmid wan Hlr1l to Durlnif the greater jwrt of tlio iowlon tint AhiiftHii civil code bill wnn umler eoimldorntlon but no projrreM was insul- tMousseTier l ioey bill to enlarge the power of mho dapurtinant of Bgri ilUiro anti to prohibit iiitorntnte uoinmareu In game killed In violation of loonl laws tufts Mii Ked lire wirer rare report on than joint ri olutlon iuciendlng the tenure of military out lora In Porto lllco was agreed to SAUSAGE EXCLUDED Tlir Irusstnn Ulrlllu Atcrrm In II Conprubsr on liar Mint Iutpretluu Iltll Berlin May ICount von PoNadow fikyWehner secretary of state for tho Interior tnudu the following store mcnt Tlio Primvliiu govwrnment hurt agreed to cmnproinlHo on till IIItt t Inspoetlon bill tmaludlng sausage and oatincd meat hut ndinlttlng plcklei jnentM In pieces of over eight pounds provided the meat IIRR been thorough Ily piokled If It should prove limutll ilenlly pickled It will bo treated us fresh moat and could only he admit ted In whole curcttsxcx- IinsteadI of thin present claimo pro hibitlng meat itnporta entirely after tthree yours till new clause provides that the neat qucJttlon mnst be set tied anew after December 11903 ilntrnlbru 11111 IllaWashington May aThe President signed the Hawnil bill nt 1SMI Monday Cnnnl Wrrekrrn ou Trliil Wellnnd Out May J Jrht trial of the three men charged with attempt lug to destroy the Welland canal locks ut Tliorold wars begun Sorrrul wit ncsNCH Identified the prlKonerti An ndjournmtiil was taken until Mondav May 7 Nuts hlrnmaip Line 1roiionril littrlln May 1Tlo North German Lloyd Steamship Co will soon t v labjlMh n line of steamers from Shniig Jiai to HnnKow its stenmor In the Blutlc service f toeing Owl itcrciued to fortr c L L That7kTired Feeling lust ns surely indicates that tho blood IN lacking in vitality astthorn thin moat obstinate humor that the vital fluid IH full of impuritlctf hoods Sanuiparilla mires turf tired feeling by th richlng old vitalizing tlio blood creating n good appetite null in vigorating every organ of tuB bo- ilyHoods Sarsaparilla I l Id lust tirrd feeUaall the time- Ilaa M tired in the mourning when I rose at I was when I went to bed I took four bottles of Hood Sara jiarlfla sail it made me feel like anew man I could work hard arid not feel tired I recommend floods to alt who need a good niedlciur A 1 CIIAUTKltCre tcnlewa Heeds Snraaparllla Uwld byallCntr Cltth Jet Runts and only Hood WAITED FOR ONE CENT CMl rrrnainiPiit tr an Ali rtilMlnUet 1urchatiT at n Mntlju Cent More I never felt cheap in all tnr HIV raid liken relate the Pitttbutfb New at 1 did uric dy in a department stort 1 boHjiht a beak for W cents and white 1 was uniting for it a veung woiiun wtiOMp c od opinion 1 valued tame up and we ixitati to talk Tt book wu wraptfflvp and handed me by the jillat the counter aid after a thert while the young woman asked Are uu WAiiinx fur your chance ballntbeen Afftheout tit rojr iGrid the girl at the book counter sttptfrd tip and Mid t jour Change dr Intl the held a hng rent In lire open band w that the outer Irl raw U Isfelt a chili at untie and Jut Iteevuw it ap tart to the 8nllll that I bad berg I watting alt that time for a enl I get a rrputaiien for olotetiitetlurM that it I ufrklDK ta meH a IUnjj THU MUHIIMJTOX ROUT I Urea Train Xrrvlrr Tin IUrUliinKrtlitirn lA 6b I meriwriramj l torNorUiwtHtI NtIHII I tbsltramhumsI I AnlI 1I11t inn 17iW u the rUiH x in the dcraUftuMl of tar 1IXMIHUIIM IPnnaMie castsfrelSiaaailaardI tar Tk M tl IMIII traveled mrt twitII t I westNuuxtwr jiotrrI fa J Jlt1 rIravtr a IlMo ant fee plaid sad UlatiatwS laittrr 1llIrrKM JOTTVARD11IAa ilai+ Me Vranir hnpreian IfsAra 1 nRht ia 1eoarrlne U thank ywi rasa tor Ie4br No nil you Iittni 1aw IeairGained 45 PoundsDFkRMRSPINKIIAM YIrhllfdt oonnwrtpten Hall contfmrmJ IHHH aches kaokatohm and dkmofut+rus aunt my mymf wire allflOtfHl I Every one neUdhow f poorly i looked and twas Bttvteotf to lake Lydia E Plnkhmms VoetblfCompound 1 410ne hottlm ralfavi sl14tbOttk8woman hays jnetnetSlfn weight frem QSpouudtto 14Of everyone asks w at makes me so storfj MRS A TOLLE 1Q4flU ton St PbUettetthM Pa fiftythousand from grateful wo a SavellitHIR or Is Roatbecrefarlltlte IUIIUCfII UI I ijIrlrI 1ndttrunn51I e S w lib rrt r 4awA r+ l r=u 7 = If t a rr rt t1 J BOERS IN GREAT FORCE They Threaten to Interrupt British Communication at Warrenton lien Inter rcHfrmplated March to Mafrkln Will He Abandoned for lbr PmrntThe Hoer Vow Occupy WlMdanrtou London May 1Jhn IJoers lire now showing uncommon activity west of tllnemfonteln They nn in force be twocn Fourteen Stream and Klmber IllYfJn Sunday they occupied Wind w rton west of the railway and now threaten to Interrupt the communlca thuds of the llrlllsh forco nt Warren too to the north This l too al n tlmij when Gun Hunter In about to Btnrt mi n S00 mllc march to Mafeklng probably with 3000 men To thu unit of llloemfonteln the Uooru Sunday night were still holding i ha hill nenr Thaba Nuhu while be hind thorn long wugon tnibiH loathed with lint for the Boor army in the north nro moving through tadyhrand- Woponor lately the scene of inces Mint fighting IKI deserted Jen lira Mint aunt Col Dalguly having moved northward A dispatch from Maseru dated Monday sflytt Tho ItaHnloK nro n rpoiul time naloundcd to soo the Jlotr jwnoifully rottrlng with honls wliWi hit Wttlvc think should lie the booty of time llntlidi who are Mild to bto tTiruongaerorsIlw Information from Maseru tlie inn IB body of the hours I JonIi lupr buhtiul atlnturnilK oftcn milts to protiwt tilt war nod Odp up the lento Slight OMtKiit notion toko plaoe tally beyond Karoo aiding whore the I hewl of the IlrUfoh InrusJon hi win inlwal1Iran horw sleknww has broken t till in Gen HdllerH army It prove t rvfxwinlly fatal iiiflong freshly arrived niwale TltP JllotMtif on twin eorrc j i I dofldonjrnar tbounutls of III loaoei ea Lora Meyer rvpyHg to Gen I bttiers complaint that1 otto of thn InrtUfth ptUMMter HI Pretoria R- rtilI4II in the town JSilays tint 0447 bnr nr MI tr atwl who hove triad or Who srr wH ctml of havHig tried t It rapo Iiu rotorU raoreevor that e Ikirr iHrtoe nii ar wnftiMil In the u w jSll ab Iltennarllailuwrjf with nu ii HI I Tkt tvcr HKftate flwwfct rdutly of I drtachid rniM the ftrtorHo tlarda al the ud flAunJl J w ftfIIIIIIfIJtlJJJtn1 wguN 1htItttI MnMt 1 SIN s Im lxjt wired o tttr haptw l cnTh Dalljr ChtvaMeV rcpwt says If MlM vHory fat W nMiiinetl hr Itrittalt nut Uaw dlffvrmt Irani rlilyI Jon what biM IHHW lUnpluyuil ijol Iw UtIlrp operation In Chunk obe t now Sort all rliutxw of eUlilHr the main bodies nt theI burpfwrk leas illMppMiHMl Iia to tmnaaa tlMt ItoeTa and prcroHt an- nrll oriraaiiMNt retreat V ionrf ptt ti f the eonllnnoui ri+ iir of the war Nit bo ctitlitrtwl rrHnt a Cape Town diapalelt tinted Monday brieHy aniMiiinotng the tel rival from Natal of Si oDtoon antis men Imralktal home and the sail iuv of time AHraMia for lKagJctnd with aM Kirk sad vfonnded aohllera- ftniteavon are It lug insult to rom ily1 tke remount question n Simla lUuatrh Hnncmneiiig that SOO oxw rirncetl native purer kropcnr IW KhfMKmltlw and W veterinary nlleen- Je1 Iron drawn from iiy a for serve tre lo South Attica tAltO Town report say thnt Jr intnenon hns roeaveml from the so trrr nttnak of fever which he hits Wen suffering ladysmlth April M The countrj mirth of Suiulaya ricer aooma rum purativeiy clear of linen Oust Loitll Uotlm has returned to Pretoria to ro N ane She supreme oommnnd of Tronic stud forces NO SYMPATHY FQR BOERS H a Vote of UO to Ml Ihr lulled Mate Jlennlf Hen ed to You alder tile Itenolutlon Washington clay iBy n vote ol it to SO the senate refused to consider jlid resolution of sympathy with the lluors time detailed vote was ns fol 10 u- YMllcn Bate Kerry Chandler Clay Hale Harris Hcltfeld Hoar lanes Ark Kenny McCumber Me Itncry Martin Mason Pettlgrcw Moss Yeller Turner Vest C- ONnysAldrlch Inset Bard Car ter hark Wyo Davis Fairbanks Morter Frye Gallingcr Gear Haw toy Jones N Y liens Lodge Mo Combs Morgan Nelson Penrose Per klnsPettus Platt Ct Platt NY Sewell Shoup Steirt Sullivan Warren Wolcott3- MInliter Die of Aimpejr Chicago April nollev Kdwnrd lovnolds 1lerce pastor of the Sca inunA hone mission died here of apo plexy they Mr Pierce vas chaplain of the 55th regiment IIn the eMI war and fur live cans was pastor of the Jsenmnna Bethel at St Paul Itnllronil Office Aunt I1eiI Montreal April s0itt conscqucnca of the retirement of George II Reeve general trnnie mnnagcr of the Grand Trunk railway from active business IIf1 office of general traffic manage hts hecn nhoUpkiyt- a THE BOILERS EXPLODEDII Ilve Mii Werr jured One of Whom nlily Illp nt Tlfliin CJu Tlton Jim May 1oIe men wore killed and three Injured our of whom will probably die in n boiler explo Ion hero Monday morning nt 4M5 oclock The explosion occurred In thin wiw mill of T N Bray d Co The lead are Luther Clulr fireman Hugh Chambers Gus Nicholson J Jack CoHtle Will Houston coloredIThe injured are J C Itninc lum ber inspector mny die Wesley Me Imil unknown Negro Many building in the vicinity of the mill were wrecked by the explo sion while the saw mill of Dray Co was almost demolished Onelinlf of one of the hollers was blown 200 yardsThe inure of the explosion IIK notIknown It occurred iminediutcly after the whistle blew for time men to enter the mill for this dnyV work 1h10tilt Is about 13000 with no In 111 rA n ceo DEATH OF MRS GEN WILSON Tlir Wife of the Military CJovernor- nf Manthnrn and Snnlti Clara Bled Iroin Htfrrt of Hump Hnvunn Mny 1 Mantunzau CltyMlS In mourning over the death of Mr Wilson the wife of Mnj Gen Wilson milltnry governor of tine department of MantHiiwis nnd Santa Clara who died best Saturday from the affects of burns retplvrd that day by her drum oat clii up lire from n ntatch on whteh siteJ stopped Mrs Wilson had become endeared to ull classes of tin eninninnlty mId her death linn brought foilh exprcsionfi of sym pathy not only from the residents of Manliuizns hot front people throughout the island who have tel egraphed condolence and expressions of tymypnthy to Geej Wtlvon and his borcnvcd fnnilly The hotly lint lIlotn cmbalmetl mid lliii Wilson and mK two daughter sad MM nldittt will accompany It north Tucftday on board the United Stiitou transport iHiford The interment will take plnee nt Wllmtagtou Del NEW GAME LAW M Prohibit liilrrntnle Comiurroe in innate Kltlnl In Violation of- Hlnti Imivn WattliiMirton May 3O1lto how iMsed tlte Ljteoy Bill to OIn rgn tlie powers of the dHparunent of agricul tare uid to prohibit Intoratato wont iHiiriw In jfflino Idllcil In violation of local1 hnm- U iiiiUiortutx the secretary ol nerl uaMiBBri tomVb1 for UtP totr11bo Uott mid raeteHrfftHi of KRIS Neu owl1 luswetlrnrom wild tafrdn It give Mn the inner to iwwnt Uio Htro dswtlon of aHdealmlilp forrlgn WnlsI sill animal aiHl preveHt the killinir Itt MMINC in violation of state laws far coaeniluil shipment to state where It con be Mild IIn the open markets ASSESSMENTS DOUBLED Interuitlunnlrypnygraphical t nlon AVIII llprrnfler Pay Sixty Cenlo n Month Indlanapolla lad May lItegln nlttff totlay the a M atnenl8 of tho menihttni of the IlHtenati iial Typo graphical union will be Ml ieni n mantis Jut loiiblt the atnciHiit hero tofoie laid by Ithorn This Increase has bn doeliled upon by n vote of the membora and tarried by a nuijor Ity of 17IX tiocretnrjr Itnunvvooil rc ports that tho total vntu 12000 on the question INI tin largest ever utis t in tile nrgHulcatlon fly this action the lucerne for theI aid of striking printers nnd paying the utsnernl ixpciiiOH of the union trill ninotint to about 11000 n month Mm leiinlt M D Cnnklln lend Xew York May JIhl death iin announced at New Vernon N J c Mrs Jennie M Drinkwntar Conklln wldnly known ns n writer of books for girls Her writings for the re ligions press have also been name omit Mrs Conklin was the originato- of tic organization known an Shut in sodsty which in n bureau of correspondence for those who nro In valids It has an extensive membership and puhllidicti The Open Win inn Indian MlnrvlttK Wichita Ken May IJt isI report ed from the Kiown and Comnnehc ng ncy thnt the Indians are starving for food Money due then lint not been paid it Is said and their rations have been cut off It ia reporter ttraders have refused them credit Their RqiinwH nre begging tor foorl lloeri sinking More Trontilr Tncomn Wash May t1Ie steamship Olympln1 brlngn news that the Boxers are hawing more trouble iIn Slues lung andI Chlhll provinces They lInn been stirred up foreigners by time reactionary policy of the empress dowager Methodist Yllwilonnrjr tend Atlanta Gu May 11 telegram was received lucre announcing th death In Shanghai of Miss Laura Hay good u missionary of the Methodist church She wan a sister of the lateI Htahop Hn wood nnd founded thoI McTyere Conl IramineSllllnlcretnlulna Berlin May IThr coal famineI throughout Germany has not been re lieved and the chamber of commerce of IJarmcn resolved to invite the co operation of other chambers In rem edying tin dlllleulty NOTES FROMWASHINGTON Comment and Criticism of Administration Methods by Capital Correspondent WILD EXTRAVA8ANCE OF BErHJIUCANS The Revenue of Cub LarGely Ab orbed br War Department Fa orltrMore Mllltarr klegauee Vrorldrd For PlilUpplne Yen 1i liming Withheld Special CorrcuponCenccO Already there are Indications of the extravagance and disregard of law which are sure to follow in the wake of applied Imperialism The republican majority In congress la being forced to consider some of the extravagant expenditures In Cuba though they are very reluctant to do so fearing the ef feet which the Inevitable disclosures will have upon the presidential com paignMr McKinley with Ids usual lack of tact brought this discussion upon himself by sending n verbose message to congress asking permission to have military ofllcers hold over In Porto Hlco nnO occupy the civil ofllccs nt double salary until appointments were made from Washington This precip itated n dimension which brought upI the Cuban matter There have been stories afoot In Washington for some time about the lavish expenditure which character the war depart sunlit Arta who are supposed toboglro- lag Cuba an Idea of what self govern meat moans In Jhe case of Cuba especially Vie administration always has fervently disclaimed any desire to exploit Inv pcriulixt notions and has often as Hired both the Cubans nnd the people of the United States that Its policy In that Island was purely benevolent Of course tint may all be but the American officers seem to be having a pretty good time there There U n general desire among the democrat In congrcM to find out just what the administration and war department hove bouts doing with the revenues of Cuba Secretary Root promises that ft totalled aeeount shall soon be submit tied to tlM senate and lUnexpected that It will sake very interesting road IblftItmiry In Cnba It is known that the disbursements of the Cuban funds up to tho close ot hews rnMbvd tin tidy sum of 14000000 and n great portion of theist amount has bou pent IB wing the ealarloa pad In klontmiii relative to Amorlonn oaupaUsw of tke island It is said iltnl qqyy W0d WnnngalQara9 Shout trt wf gel ftf1m rrl ttr4ItI tf6cad otkermeIRu hi afepoVfbn ol1 governor pal beautiful pntaoc l Havana has been rvfltted for Anteifcan uti in a style which would make inn Weyler turn green vlth envy The meat of the whole proposition lies hi the tact thnt throe army OmlN are viola tlajf sectlan ltr9 of the 1 need Statute whteh avaj Xo lInl mace altnll be nude to ofBcem in adiii tlon to their IJa5 It U afllu that tii war deparmeut will try to shift ii uponalbUlt on the matter by aayir that It permitted the extra R low nl trots Cuban revenues after time att ney general kid ao advtoed nod thiit because the amounts were taken front the Cubs revenues HO law of tl United State VM violated The matter of time Cuban extrava gance IK not Iin Us lf en IImportant it isI merely n prnotloalI Illustration of what U iMiund to be done all along ttu line if the Imperialism Is to be tin ilolley of this country In this matter the ailMiiulhtrstlnn and its department dflleers set themselves aboxti congress and outideI statute law and used the revenue which should have born held In trust to pay the debts of Cuba sod rebuild Its shattered industries The sonic thing will be done In Porto files under the new tariff amid govern 1ascot law The war of subjugation iN brIng carried on In the Philippines nt in Immense cost for time express pur pose of exterminating the ntulvi who lave energy and spirit enough to ir inmpcndcnce That kind of na ralives do not lend themselves well to trust anti corporate exploitation When the Cuban matter came up In the senate Senor PIntt was iuju itclous enough to put the administra lion volley in n nutshell He declared Hint the president could do as JIt aleasfd In Cuba without being rpKpon ilblc to congress for his notion The democrats have contended all thong that imperialism meant the n5 lumptlon of this irresponsible power by the president nnd thnt It would I iscd to plunder nnd oppress the inhab tarts of the insular posscKloiiK Mllllnrj nicnnncr The army und navy appropriation ollls show the same wild desire to spend money In building up bulwark for an lutocratie administration lime nave bill especially provides for the most luxurious quarters for n lot of pam tpered cadets at Annapolis Millions of lollnrs art naked to build barracks for n few young men who will thus become unfitted for actual hard service ahouM they ever bo needed throee have succeeded In leaving the way own to pay any price they choose for urns r plate mow than 5J3 u ton should tlr Carnegie anti Bethlehem comblnntu1i I desire It To be sure n strIctrl1 Htrttctlon of the amendment on tiFt point nil It now stands In tho hotci would limit the war department toSH1 n ton na provlctedby hc Just congress hilt the construction Is sure to be miV liberal enough by the war department tb accommodate the manufacturers o- srmor plate theJlIIby rcjmilicau congress The total will simplycannotany nittness It will be a record of millions spent in every direction where there was a trust Influence to be served and subsidies outright to those who would JeglalatlYe appropriationsThis Mark Hanna to assess the trusts for the big cam paign fund which he considers neces sary and the voters will have time mel thatintrials foot the bills The Philippine Situation The news from the Philippines Indi rates that the new commission will be wile In staying In Manila for awhile after its arrival The Filipinos are ris ling in every province In Luzon Not 20 miles from Manila they are tearing up railroads and ambushing American l troops The department reports Indicate I unusually heavy louses among the Fili pinos and it I Ia significant fact that oir soldiers never take any Filipino pruoners nor are there nay Filipino jvwnded In our hospital What be comes of them Surely the occasional reports of shooting down Filipino prls piers does not mean that time adminia ntlon has applied time policy of ex jltrminatlon in Imitation of British jtwthods of dealing with natives n Af fiea j It in going to be very dlfllcult from tIIWon to get any renalI news of vhatls warileptrtmeutdrat Mire mind every precaution will be likrn to give the neopjc n5 little infor iutfon as possible during time presldcn tMl ctunimlgn KENKAtOH Jlnana Iraderehll i We an glad to see that there lire spas of n revolt among the house reoI pibllcanM ngaiiiHt thu leadership of lurk linnna It is known that theI lio senator IIs very anxlois to secure tie paiuwgv of time slip subsidy bill Jtsl it IM probable that the bill will t pn Mwd to u vote In tho senate iQUgh time awumt of a majority of the f i ale republloattK has been given vitit reluctance lint In the house the Mrjtl in miieli boas tome In that Inra it is felt that the senate in too u icTS disposedI to control legislation Id Quit the influence of henna is too r afflf Moreover the rcpruwjiitatives finWthe western and mMdlu states IMTC that the bill is unpopular with th r nlituents We lire toW that p ISi t so republican members are p1 NlIIIKRiu8t u convlderutlon of the Vgi the house llil Is indeed goo i jg It ill time the republican party 1 beginnhsg to realise that the p are very muoh In earnest In ropptritlon to this bin Ther u MJiati It 4n not Itf the t Internal A lnRtJV lHfr tmekcd h raHroad d tii Hsird Oil magnates beeiuiEt Wry tIIIIRtte money out of It atI ke nroai of the people Xor can t 1f niftto to believe that Mark l li IQ Vadtucary of the bill is entire v it itsjiserested =Indianapolis News 1s to tiKtinnnloii ThO erritirrlal growth of the tithe SUites heretofore has beets elm of contiguous terrian acquinltion 1rr to provide home for our own jwepte shin where ncte were to boI vetted which were In time to becouia ti part of the American union on t of absolute iuality with all V elates No thought huts ever en 1 time mind of any man lu time ac i Inttton of Louisiana or the terrI1 i 9Jy we acquired from Mexico that an roil paople were to be held in a cots onllI iffi goivrns ln r colonies This sort W ijgrowth or territorial expansion wt atrletly In accord with every prln oljJ of government tor which we con This Porto Itican volley tl tiDno is an absolute departure and different in all respects from that line been done hereto tore Snntor Tamest 1C Jones In Na tional Watchman o ferJSpnH the S iplnUormili I 00nuuct of the state department tho- lolITtude of hostility against two noel republics the Mncrutn Incident the favoritism shown by the secretary cf the treasury for tho Standard Oil banks Algers beef contracts rittcn transports sad plague ship scandals Kpotn dredging permits and Grlggs ortiKiulc of passivity against thi trusts lint the republicans cant put oVsrythlng they have done into their platform It would rend too thud Jllli1ll treatise on crlmo if they did sbt Kansas City Times- Imperialism haa spread by infer tjon from one jingo erased country i it flTnothcr until it has come to be rci Qgntzed us an International print I IpM1 that weaker nations may be robbed of their liberties OB well u rtJir Insult in order that time lmtrong imHpns many compensate each ottrr anjji maintain peace among them r sMvcs based on a copartnership i qanJiuest annexation anti plunder jjVT5d It Is Into this vicious maze n- A14 f hgjyerlal world politics tint tho ijTKJnlfyf administration is leading suiir Ilnltluiore Sun == Nj people In the world have etcr Mght for Independence and selfgov- pnifiontIi moro deserving of American nipatby than the brave Dutchmen fcSihe South African republics Th- otlvinley administration is pro Urit Its Influence will probablyl jjtu ilc the American congress so 1 I It I 1mint declare tho Judgment and SSSiea of time American people hvu- eifi1 Is likely to lie flhen1 or us 1JII nufhsf governmental good vUbcs to tit Iloursritbburgb lost t iktisfrfrfLfrGtr4tr r4tFfrfd4QrtFtkifrt6 kFlFttitiffitFlrf tFtFlF tir F65tfilt tr iiSTATE ODDS AND J ENDSJti33 ttlWWMWytttttt9 TAYLOR HAS RETURNED 1I He Spend a Ilajr nt the Rzeentlre- Mnnnlfin and Xo Papera Were Served Upon Him Frankfort Ky April 30W S Taylor returned from Washington anil1 spent Sunday at time executive man sion with hl Vaini v lie was not ex pected to arrive until evening and hilt few people were aware of his presence In the city till evening when he appeared at the railroad station and took a C d O train to Louisville leaving here at C oclock lie was nctcompanied home from Washington byn J Ilnmpton 8ccretLlr of the re IIIrheI citywas known to the local officers j anti 10 those in charge of the prosccu1i Fflanarrest was not served upon him IIII construed to mean that the Indict I mint will be held up and no process issued on It for several days The in dictment was returned In open court the day after those against Fin Icy Power Culton and others were re turned but it was not entered of record and in now understood to be In the possession of Judge Cuntrill S 1CASESf Iletclnnlnic nf a Trill nt Frankfurt Ky Which Will Continue for Several Inyn 1rnnkfort Ky April 30Seven o thin suspects charged with being either principals or accessories III the mur tier of William Ooebel were arraigned in the circuit court this morning They were republican Secretary of SM te Caleb Powers henry E Yout sey Hnrland Whlttaker John W aIvit1 Whorton Golden W H Culton and Richard Combs alias Tallow Dlak colored Motions for ball were made In each case nnd motlonH for n change ofr venue have hewn applied for by Pow ers Levis Whlttnker and Combs The large array of witnesses who hove been summoned to give testimony wore put upon recognizance bonds nod the immuring of proof begun with thus prospect of consuming s reral days tiBREAKS OUT AFRESH The Smallpox lleniionrn In linrdl- t nlorlrJilllwibathtown Ky April 20 Smallpox has broken out in hard lu county ngnin Mr John hunflta of Stlthton Ky who has a volK vcloped cure vms taken to the county pest house by order of County Judge English nnd the hoard of health along with lilt family who have bet exposed to the disease Jtcsldcs th ass there exist several cases nt innyti son SprlniTN station anti evonil near Wg hilly Ky Reliable Information i also reaches this place that 15 case of the dlsense are now housed in the Uulllt enmity post IIOIIKP No deathsi ices burn reported People are ux cited here S Inpiillxt nor Inxlnii Ijjulsvlllp KyHI April 71 meet InS of populist lenders of this stete who favor fusion with the democrats srn i held hero Foijrtcen delegates to tho national convention nt Sioux Pulls slay 9 were selected and yesu lutioiiH were adopted reaflirming the dcalarntion of the national convention at St Louis in 1SOO denouncing trusts favoring an income tax and the election of United States senators by direct vote and indorsing William J Urynn for the presidential nomina than Thrown Front a Trnln Mt Storllmr Ky April 3DTim passenger train from the east brought to this phirc its uvproH messenger Muck OConnell who hud been se merely Injured near Aden Somehow on n curve he lost his balance and waq thrown from the ear with greet vio hence His face and body are bruised nnd lacerated He Is a brother of County Clerk W H OConnell of thi city eJoints Ilntvaril Will Surrender London ICy April 8lhlwarrant tiofwith the murder of Senator Goebel is in the hands of the sheriff of Cloy county Contrary to reports Howard is not expected to resist arrest i asserts emphatically his innocence J and willingness to surrender to th proper authorities Cn militate lor Cnnurtii Louisville Ky April 2SCol Max Itanberryof Cadiz has nnnouncc I himself ax a candidate for congress iin time First district William lfenr jI 1JOIlI1I1 of Barren former state cis I tor Las announced himself in the Third district VoolluniN Store tliirnecl Lexington Ky April 8l W Voollums store nt Mush StationI which was also the depot nnd telc ihono and Ich aaP1Joffice was ourncd Lass 3000 Mr Woollums lost all his dry goods Some Insur lice The Titliureo Grog III nrrnril I lUinctister I Ky April roSOIllO oilI tin growers of tobacco arc cOUlIIlIln1I- I I ink of the unfavorable appearance ethicIi their floldg Some of the farmers are I + lUltivxtlngt broom corn instead of too j bnccc I CHAIR SHOPS BURNED The IB the Penitentiary at Frankfort Kr De trored th Ralld Inic end All IU Content Frankfort Ky April 30Iolrt broke out in time varnish room In the peal tentiary chair shop and completely destroyed the building and contents entailing a loss estimated at front 0000 to 75000 The strenuous cf fortH of the Frankfort fire depart ment assisted by n synod of soldier and the prison tire department kept fire confined to the chair shops nd saved the shoo shop broom shop and tollhouses There was 30000 in on the building and 10000 the stock nnd raw material The building and machinery belong to the Mate and the stock to the- rankfort Chair Co controlled by A requireIsrreralMeanwhile about fiOO convicts that were yarning 40 cents a day for time state will be out of employment The iremen by grand work prevented thlf- 1111118 from reaching huge tanks of naptlia stored in the building JESSE FIELD KILLED of the Lender In the French Uvrmole Fend Shot From ins Home Jackson Ky April 2SJesse FickleI one of the most noted of all theii mountain feudal lighters In Kentucky i fdial from tie ffleets of a pistol shot wound Fields vytis one of the leaders In the famous French t erselc feud fhc shooting of Fields occurred at a blind tiger 16 miles from this place A difficulty arose between Jesse Fields and Funnier Gilbert Both quickly drew revolvers nnd began fir ng Fields got behind u fence nnd Gilbert shielded himself with a convenient mulberry tree and the trou btu proceeded uninterruptedlyI untilss the weapons of both men were emptysTCclther man heel been hurt and they subsequently made friends A little later in the evening Fields bade q all present goodby and got upon his horse to go home An he started to rifle off It Is charged two shots were fired and Frenchs trusted man fell from his horse mortally wounded- It inI asserted that both Gilbert and Feltner one of Gilberts friends fired Hiinultuueoiifcly at Fields though it IIn IInot known which killed him Gilbert Sand Felttier have disappeared Sentenerd for Connplrncr Jonlen1 Ill i tATmril w Tr 11 fiF Crltw J J OXcll and liobort Locke IIwrc sentenced to three years each in tthe Nashville penitentiary and fined 100 by Judge Beaus In the federal court for conspiracy to pfcvent Negro voters from cxorclslng their rights of suffrage nt the election in this city lelast November Aeclilentnll Shot IIIiiiHClf Frankfort Ky April lBAdft Gen D 11 Collier accidentally shot himself In the loft hand The ball which was n short 3S entered the base of tin thumb inside the hand and lodged just under the skin on the wrist Dr James lily who extracted time bullet wiys no bones were broken and thas the wound Is not rocossurllj serious line Stnlo Olllcer Not In MtlKiitlon Frankfort Ky April 30 Attorney General Hrcckinrldge enjoys the ills tinction of being the only state olllcer whose title is not in litigation Judga Clifton J Pratt the republican con testant as anticipated several days ugo quit thj eontest undo on failure to file n superscdens bond undisputed titles passel to Mr llreckinridge Promises for JventncUy Derby Bar Louisville Ky April 30When time saddling bell rings at Churchill Downs next Thursday it will Inaugu rate what promises to be the greatest meeting In the history of the Louis yule Jockey club It is expected that fully 30000 will witness the Kentucky Derby Cmmlnii Clnyn Divorced Wife Dead Lexington Ky April lOMrsL L Wnrlleld Clay the divorced wife ot aHOIl Cnssitis M Clay the famous saga of Whitehall dint here Sunday night In her 80th year of Infirmities of old age She was the mother of Urutus J Clay now United States commissioner to the Purls exposition Dee linker Aciiultttd- TJarbourville Ky April 7Time- e jury in the case of the commonwealth against Dee linker acetified of being enn accomplice of Tom linker in the murder of Will White brought in a verdict of not guilty The verdict Is u popular one IIUrncII Him to Death Bowling Green Ky April 30Geo- y annhya form hand was thrown ills foot in the 4nharness nnd the animal running away dragged him to death Ilnotyper Killed HI Can Lexington Ky April 8C L Wayne a linotype operator was killed while stealing n ride on the Cincin anti Southern Tho only Identifica tion IBI u working card tram Kalnnia + zoo Printers unlrn Ho worked In Cincinnati hist week i Klettloii Declared Void E Owonsboro Ky April 28 Judga Owen in circuit court untitled down opinion deploring the local option election held In Delaware Davies county in 1SOO wns Illegal and Void through a faulty certificate 1 nFx Co 1Y l THE HiCKMAN COURIER George ITarrcn HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY MAY 4 1000u at MORE than five millions of people arc now receiving relief in Indin tttt- Nor since the destruction of Chicago by fire has there been so serious a fire disaster in North America ns the cou flagratiou nt Ottawa anil Hull Canada lost weekCittttTilE Louisville Post has for years ridiculed and misrepresented Ollio James but it now calling on him to run for Congress in this District as an Honest Independent Democrat II A ttttAtmiRAt DEWEYS reception in ObiIcago was in keeping with the glory holaj I won in the momentous combat in Ma nila Day Thousands packed the streets 1 rind cheered him to the echo ttttLIEUT HoBSon the hero of Santiago who has been in the Philippines for two years will shortly return to the United States having completed his mission Ho will come back by way of Siberia ttttNEW terrors are added to the war in it South Africa by the story that the Chi cago volunteers for service with the Boers signalized their departure for the front by a rousing American college yellm tttt Mn ADDICKB of Delaware has not by yet been interviewed on the Clark case b but it is well known that ho thinks that when a man has paid down his hard cash for n Senatorship htonght to be 1 allowed to take his seat N ttttII SENATOR CLARK of Montana is a human contradiction in many ways Ho ofI has n whole section in a Washington ho jlI Itelfor his own use paying f15000 a sea ten for it but rides about when he does fartttti Now that gold has been found in the Philippines it will be impossible for j t the United States to try to govern it as- ae crown colony without the risk of haying a war with Great Britain to settle the rights of her subjects there fATTORenjoys the distinction of being the only State officer in Kentucky whoso title is not in litigation Judge Clifton J Pratt the Republican contestec as anticipated several days ago quit the contest tttt- at SENATOR PLATTS resolution that the insurrection in the Philippines had been overcome appeared in tho news t papers side by sido with accounts ofttwo desperate attacks made on our troops by tho overcome insurgents ttttnDURING the reunion Louisville will be the rendezvous for many heroes Five or Lieutenant Generals of the Confederacy will bo there They are Gen John B Gordon Gen Too Wheeler Gen S D Lee General Simon Boliver Buckner n- and Gen Wade Hamptonl ttttIF Governor Pingreo can deliver the a vote of Michigan to the Democratic presidential nominee ho will not be ock oedrecruit but will be promoted instanter Does any one know however whether ho has Vice presidential aspirationsc t tt tCTIle Democratic execnthO committee i of the Ninth Congressional district of Tennessee after two long sittings have just adjourned at Rives station A primary election was called for Aug 18 to select a nominee for Congress This was a victory for Rico A Pierce and virtually means his election h tttt I GEN CASTLEMAN has notified the per sons interested that partisanship must I be avoided in tho reorganization of the State Guard Ho says tho new compa nies must represent nil shades of politi i cal opinion This position will meet theI soldieryI i use it as such woald be nothing short Stater I I rr SENATOR HOAT tttttold some truths which I were decidedly unpleasant to the ad rooministration in his speech on the Philippine question which he declared was a long ways from being settled For Instance I J ho said If there had been a 4single assurance that we intended to reoII spect tho independence to which they 1 aspired there would havo been no war I If wo had dealt with them in the treaty I of pcaco as we dealt with Cuba therojj t would have been no war I tm I THE Cuban census shows that tho na tivo Cubans compose a majority of the I population and that the whites out number the blacks The total popull1II tiori is 1672707 There are 447372 I white males and 111608 negro males tho foreign males being 115800 The total male population Is 815205 There s are only 20478 Spaniards as against 1 I 1 290807 Cubans There will be 140000 J 1 qunlified voters The negroes consti tute 82 per cent of tho population j J l3 p a 4 rLOCAL NEWS Wheat never looked bettor The City Council will meet in reg session next Monday night Farmers call with your produce STB SHAWS Big Store We will have all kinds of fruits in great abundance in this county this year Corn planting is the order of the day and formers are very scarce about town The person who is always most ready to shy dour care is the one who more when the threatened event happens As soon as a woman begins to dis cuss love from a scientific standpoint she may be said to have given up nil thoughts of marrying hTint your walls with Plastlco fresh stock nt COWOILL COWOILLS For tho Unit spring in many years Mississippi failed to final tho low nds this season and therefore tho bot tom formers have the brightest crop pros for years A great many people viewed with wonder and admiration the beautiful rainbow ring around the sun nt noon Tuesday It presented all the colors of tho rainbow Tho attention of young men just starting in life might bo called to tho fact that the business of reconciling warring iron kings is qnito profitable If one can only get steady employment at BrIck for Sale In any quantity H N COWOILL The Boston Bloomer Girls played a game of base ball with n home club Monday Several hundred people attended the game The home club won n score of 4 to 5 TUB aggregate number of deaths in India the post week from the bubonic plague was about 4000 The plague is also said to have appeared at several ports on the Red Sea The little electrogasoline boat Cy clone owned by Mr OhM B lIackettI this city has boAt sold to parties at Columbus and will bo used as n terry last between that place and Belmont According to an exchange The old- shioned bustle is coming forward again This is an ago of progression The last time the festive bustle was in style it remained in the rear and never thought of coming forward For Sale Fine Brown Leghorn CCM 50 cents per setting of 13 M L ELLISON digi200 in gold She has deposited he money in the bank and intends to add to it until she can buy n home It always pays for tho wife to moke tho garden The First District Convention of the Womens Christian Temperance Union will convene at Bardwell on May 8 nt tho Christian church at which timo and place Mrs Boanchamp State President will deliver lecture Every body invited I An ingenious person residing in Lit ie Rock Ark has patented an inflat able boat One gets into it sits down fastens n sheet of rubber about his waist blows the thing up This done oem sink it Tho craft more over may be adapted for the use of two moro occupants if desired New Wall Paper We have jnst received our Spring Stock of Wall Paper beautiful patterns very low price Call and mako se Wilsons Book Store The new stamp books are now on tilde at the Hlckman post office and ore paragon of neatness usefulness and convenience They come with 12 24 or 48 stamps to the book with only ne cent extra charge on the cost of tho tamps On tho bacluturo all necessary instructions about mail matters Will Skolton a negro who has bee- ontinually in the police courts at Ful for carrying concealed weapons being drunk and disorderly and shooting craps was taken from tho holdover ono last week by a mob and dragged about a mile from town in tho direction- of Paducah where he was given about 50 lashes with a buggy whip and ordered never to put his feet in kalter again which ho readily consented to do if re leased and not hung- nnYdlllNTFNn to paint your house this Spring It rot seo SWAYNE The Druggist Ho hand lea mixed Paint Oil Turpentine Vnr nishes Stains Hard Oil Finish Etc Prices right Success is assured to him who can mako opportunity for it and ho can make opportunity who has the will and anybusinCSIIand related necessaries Ono of the best mediums tor their cxploitiou iis tho advertisement The man who places dependence in judicious advertising speeds to commercial success while the nonadvertiser bewails his want of opportunity to rise abovo obscurity Enumerators for the census in Jan will bo furnished with badges by thu government which are to be worn in a conspicuous place so as to be plainly sons and will be their credentials forgather ing their statistics These badges will1 bo made of German silver and H inch es wide by 19 inches long shield shapo surmounted with an eagle had bearing tho words United States Census 1000 An order has already been placed for 60000 of these badges by the directors of the census Tho Louisville Music Festival to bo given May Mth 15th and ICth will bring together tho greatest singers of tho Now York Metropolitan Opera Company who can be heard at prices as reasonable ns any ordinary theatrical nttraction Mar cello Sembrich Lillian Nordlca and Leonora Jackson aro n trinity of stars who can bo heard together nowhere else In addition tho corps of minor artists Includes Ben Davies Sara Evan Williams and other popular favo- ices The Boston Festival Orchestra presentthree t 1t fI t- II The Righti h Way I J I InIdisappoint you is in giving you just a littlo butter of everything than you are led to ox uoct from tho prices r Wo want yon to feel that its tho LENDING STORE under all con t alwaystheat 1That our policy is appreciated by thrifty buyers wo have every evidence JT 1 Early Spring Specidls v r Elegant Bed Lounges 11lnVUlllrl Iron Bedsf from 700 to 1600 YOUVE HAD TilE ITEMS IN MINDyour Spring hontecteautng has only intcniifled their need YOU KNEW you could gedure them at such reasonable fIF prices if you knew the Mitt were 10 handsome tticy would have filled a place cl honor in your house long itnce I t It Isnt Too late Now LI t Its Tally an excellent tmlith for their purchase a little moro than your is neys wurth U sending our IIJust forward Iti mnkillfr many n now friends for us SSfI Remember wo have the larpitt Stock of t UNDERTAKERS GOODSIn W KentuckySTEPHENS SMITH i u LOSING ills STRENGTH Senator Wellington of Maryland ta not alone in his belief as n Republican that the rotxmilnation of Mr McKinley this year will moan tho defeat of the Rt publican party at the polls The National organization now controlled and directed by the Hanna syn dicate machine in weaker before the peo ple than over buforo in Its history Seine of its strongest men dismayed by tho Presidents reckless imperialism and mib servienuy to the trust influence which demand imperialism aro protesting earn estly against n course KO unAmorionn Some of its most influential organs have been unable to follow tho potty under tho Hanna MoKinley leadership of late and have not hesitated touxprOM their polnides Those things aro keenly significant at this stage of tho presidential campaign It in not an element of strength for Mr McKinley that ho has frightened and alienated from his support many thousands of earnest Americans who helloes that tho teachings of tho fathers are still the best guidance of time sons It U not promising to him as a providential candidate that he has alarmed tho Ger manAmerican voters by his advocacy of that imperialism and militarism from which they or their fathom fled to this country in past years There is little comfort for tho administration party in these developments Too Sensitive Tho negroes of Cuba who have asked Gen Wood to prohibit such words as black raullatto etc In newspapers and writers aro trying to annihilate dia Unction which nature has trade They alreadyuthe use of such epithets tends to perpet unto its barrier between tho white and the black Now the fact is that tho uso of such words has no relation to tho value and capability of races at all They are nec essary to express tho distinction that na turo has made are convenient practical objectionTheyperson that Is often absolutely necessa ry to identify tho person meant The Tree Barber Shop FlretI will patronugeSecondBecauHo I urn prepared to do your work ThirdBecauso youFourthYou readyrwithRazorsA neater shop cannot bo seenln luck man i A L HOCJHSJO Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter be paUbhed notices not to exceed 0 lines each from fanners who art Mulwcrib produetsAny one wishing to pasture soak call m 0 L Ross For SaleAs good a small farm OH Uore b in Western KentuckyD TooMlm While In Town Call In at E E Reeves A COH and ne lluggiOtlYof sight Moth young ladies and mar ritd ladies are specially invited THE STEVE STAR Livery and Feed Pliable WnllOllevtCITYBARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are hero toittay Nobody will nopreclato your pttrouago or take more plcMnro in try lag to lease yon than wo old ruMRblo JhCX8II It Ivy WILL CROWKLL LIVERY STABLE DEPOTI WILLIAMS SHAW First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa tronago solicited Telephone 10 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker j HIOKMAN KENTUCKY IVE ME A TRIAL when you want BUekgmUhlng done or repair lat atone fie HormboInK a specially I also keep e full line o- fUndertakers Goods ComraoB Roiewood and Solid Black Wklnot Coffins and Cases which can bit filled up In short notice and at reason able priceil Give ma n call Iiiopnear the Jail ft r I M Secured the 1arden That was 11 flnu poHsago between ox Governor Ilueknor of Kentucky und tho wife of n condemned mini who went pardonsat breathless while the arbiter of her fate perused them and as she waited ti mastltf tho playmate of the Governor little Sonmm beast not given to stranger uncoiled himself from the rug where ho had been lying and canto up Intunt way which only dogs know how to affect with perfect sincerity and seeing BUS pciiso mind pain in tho agitated features i gtlutIlyhands Tho Governor finished tho pa Iron and tho Petitioner was about to peuk when tho grim old soldier said It is not necessary madam time dog has spokenI for you and straightway signed the document which way to release a dying man from prison and enable him to go to Ida grave from hits own homo An Kpldcwlc of WkeoplHg tough Last winter during nn epidemic of whooping cough my children contract coulthinrIOUaChamoorlnlnlICough thnttinloand effected a complete cure Joiix E IIeaseNorwoodsolo bCoisand A M Shavt State Line druRiltl CwgUl owgfflIIFAU- QUAltTENli DruggIsts PU- RCI1llL i PONICSIJOUGIl SYllUPS rlloIlJNr AIITJCLH- SP1tLSOLtIPTIONS Carefully Compounded c iItI + y 1 Bre4d i IS STAFF OP I AND 1O OCT 4 FRESH BREADS ao TO THE Jew + 01111t Bakery t Bread Cakes and Pics Baked Daily 1 1 111TATQUAILTICIt N 1 oft f Tropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates ti Ii and Candies Cigars and Tobacco 1 If 1 i= o 1 FRESH and CELERY RECEIVED OYSTERS DAILY 1 IIti Fresh Oysters served in any style mind nt All t t Come See UIJ Telephone iM 1 i i New City Bakery011tt + i + jh I Majesticf f Oookig lasges The Best in the World I You 4auuet Make a Jllntak- ela Buying One Qr these Ranges II- Oife of Its Strongest Iolnta la ire ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I SinaloaBayingC all aced Examine Them Yeull liny no OUter 2m 2 Jia E1VA21O HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Club Bourbon Old GoldII 400I 2J0 ANT S THE LIFE GOOD f y t honn 11 TNTAI1LIlilIDD 1Nrtn TOM DILLON Sr Propr Sotcnior Rtmigt ttii Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ IR B IiT C3 STONE WORK of all KlndeIIUON FENCING ot 10 Hiokman KyI W R WEBSTER DEATJER IN PINE KIINTUUKY AND TIINN SSIIG WIIISKm8 SOLK AGENT ponfe Y Peabody I Mountain prove II la B C a Co300LincolnStandard r I SPECIAL OFFERDEAR SmI am enabled to sell and roJqnartsr WHISKEY for 800 EXPRI28S PREPAID lRYE I propose to ship on approvall la dlcate contents Wheni-a In Vi It le nottory return It at 3moat Thle is tvery truly W B WEBSTER Union City Teton S- jjjjjTjjjjjjjj = =xT 11r Rallread Time Table N 0 St L R R LKTKBi AnniTCMi Train Mo U at eeo v mTrsla No 62 7li a m Train 08t 301 p n I Train No 4 Z04 p to Local and Personal If roiyAndAnd nuver wont to pay the rent Or stormed nt grocery bills IW1ngingAadIf yAudfnsHT leI Soda at Buckt Mtrt Leonu Fuqua Is visiting In Memphis Mrs Horace Luten of Fulton IH rU Ring In lIIckman HT Watches repaired at Bucks good Than RoKcni of Clayton Tonn won In tho city Monday Miss Mary Shuck of Jordan ii in tin itlng Mw Ed I rathor Service at tho 0 P Church Sun day by A 8 Dsbnoy- HT Crushed Fruit nt Hucku Mm J Myrrrt of Troy Tenn is tho Ruest of Mm L D Fowlkes Hlckman partial nro trying to work up n Btreet fair hero this fall Mn Ball of 8L Axijju tlneFIn in visiting Mr Ouster at the Hotel OT Eye troted tree ut Bucks with a PrwcripUon Miss Laura Jonee of thin vicinity lilted fiends at Oayco last week Mr O J M orth and Mr Burnett of Moscow were In the city Monday Harry Thomas has gone to SL Louis where ho will make his future hone TiptonvllleTtDI1o thU week Mr and Mm Laurence Parki oft Worth Tex In visiting tho family of E It ElllwnFrah j Vaoolno PoiuU and Lymph p for sale at OOWOILL COWOILLH The Mime Farii entertained at tea Wednendny evening Mr John TbomjP yon of Parts Tenn Dr S K Davldnon will leave Sunday for MoDipbU and LouUvillo to attend Dental AJwoclaUonR Charlie Prather of Woodland Mill a social favorite In Ulc mAn was with the young folks Monday Brloffera lot of Mluc and Gull drcnn Slipper at 60o to Close out 4KMt 1L 0 AMBUIQ Edition the inventor prefers wo men ronchlnidtn for tho delicate details of bin electrical machines Its High grade Collar for lOc Nono better at to nICE A NAY Loll Mr Jo Longford wins the prize to marketing the tint homogrown straw bcrricii this tQ which were brought In April 30th Mm K Polk nnd daughter Lucy Layne and Mr and Mm Church of Union City have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mm Robert Fari 18 All Bizca Screen Doors on han lit H O Auutnad 5441 Mr It M Motbcmr attended ticI Inter Stato Odd Fellows Amociatlon a Metropolis I1U last week Tho Afttocla ton will meet in Mound City next ye- arj9f you want n first clasa haircut or shave call on MIKE HOBIIINS at the Trvo Barber Shop Mr W P Johnmn contractor baaI commenced the building of a nice new dwelling houoe for Mrs Nannlu King man on corner of Cumberland and Car roll streets Mm J Knight Mrs Jo Wade MI Tot Green Mr O E Webb and Rev C L Price of Fulton visited Hidcman Sunday to witness the consecrnffon of tho Episcopal Chur- chPerfume 1 Perfume I Au elegant lino just received by SWAYNE Tho Druggist Miss Louise Evcrsolo prospective owner of a I1COOOC3 Inheritance from Holland married Ghus A Hong of Springfield Mo who has been her Hwecthoart aluco childhood A communication from thin count nays tho peach apple and pear crops i this section promise to bo tho largest lor- I guns years The acreage of wheat sown Intho county la tho largest ever known an d tho prospects for a good yield were no vet better Dr 01V MUM was to have loft to day M a vlfllt tq St Louis his trip was necessarily delayed ybbin boin uummD d ns a witness to testify ns tho win Ity of a deceased gentleman in will caiO at Hlckman Uuion City Oom inerciuU7ourlfcr fir NeW tylo hats for 80c WellI worth 76c goods depart ment R Unlontown Telegram A recent Is sue of the Iioulsvillo Times contained A largo half ttkno cut of Some First Din trict Democrats among the number represented wo noticed the hundsomo countenance of Wallace Throckmorton an old Unlontown boy but now of Hick man rm II you waut Style Fit and especially Quality iu MISSES AND OHILDRENS SHOESs it will pay you to see our tines RIOENAYLOR Cash Shoo Store On tho 28th day of this month will occur a heavenly event that low porno over saw and It fo seen only once In lifetime Wo notify our readers BO they on the lookout for the darkening willthe sun by tho beautiful moon throw ing her veil over tho earths face Great preparations are being made in scientific circles throughout the United States an- Eutope d for observing the rare sky spec h taclo booked when the moon will get i dlrwtly in between the earth and sun j The VicePresident There Hccnui to bo scarcely any doubt t as to tho nominees of tho two great polltt tical parties for President but both par I ties are at sea us to tho candidate for t Vice President On tho Democratic side as probabilities wo have Admiral Dew ey ex Vice President Stevenson Gen Miles Rear Admiral Schloy Gov Stone and others And tho Republicans havoI Gov Roosevelt Secretary Long Gov Bradley and many others Sectored Appropriation James C Harris E I returned from Washington City ono last week und re ports that ho has secured an appropria lion for making a precise survey and es timate of tho expense of building tho great levee from Hlckman to the Luke county highlands Mr Harris has set his whole heart on the prosecution of thin work and Is devoting nil tho ener ripejudgmentNews Bauner Tortared u Witness lutonne Buffering was endured by witness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before ho gavo this evidence t 4 coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw then tned Dr Kings Now Discovery which gave instant relief I have used it in my family for four years and re commend it as tho greatest remedy for Coughs Colds and all Throat Client and Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not only prevents but absolutely cures Consumption Price guaranteedTrial Birds Pelat to New JUdrlti Mr Wright tho government engineer who has hind charge of the levee work at Birds Point yesterday flubbed making a survey of the country along tho Mis sissippi river from New Madrid to Thompson landing in this county This survey was first undo BOI J twenty years ago and the present one was made to verify it before using It in a new gov ernment map which is now in prepara tlonOharleston Mo Enterprise WaRt CorrectChange Another meanest man has been found Ho lives in Cincinnati and conducts a thriving business The other day a needy individual approached him and said Say mister Im hungry and would like to get a nickel to get a cup of toffee and a roll I have four pennies and only neCoo one more Please give mo n penny mean man alter searching himself said I havent got n penny All I have In nickel Give mo your four contH and 1 will give you the nickel The Enquirer pays tho beggar requests that his name bo not mentioned In connection with tho item rAutonomy for Caba Senator Mason lout week introduced u joint resolution in tho eennto requiring the president to withdraw tho forces of tho United States from Cuba HO aa to turn the lIsland over to the Cubans by resolutiondis preceded by a preamble cutting that in entering the war with Spain the United States disclaimed any disposition overttho S un der treaty obligation to give indepen dence to the people of Cuba that tho continuance of tho United States in po txvuton of the island has excited the attention of tho world and Isl exciting tho apprehension of tho people of Ouba that under the Monroe doctrine tho Is land is safe from invasion that the Cu bans have shown a dispoiilWon to make their best efforts to govern thqmsolvcs withoutensUnited Suites has done nil that could be expected of it Card of Thaake Words fail mo In tho expression of my gratitude to tho Woodmen of tho World for tho beautiful uionnmcut recently erected by the members of Elm Camp No 3 to tho memory of my deceased husband and for their kind regards and expressions or sympathy I wIsh to ox press n portlou of the gratitude and love isnMan MOLLIE WELLS HICKHAN KY May S 1900 TUB fireworks display during the Oon federate reunion will bo one of tho most elaborate over made In Louisville The attack on Fort Douolson ou tho effectaa host of largo and beautiful designsI TilE Vicksburg Miss Herald refers to u private letter received by n citizeu of its State from his son a soldier ot tho United States in the Philippines in widen ho says that tho trouble there is merely a guerilla warfare This Is what tho people of this couutry have supposed Doubtless the natives have such methods ns tho Cubans employedl against tho Spaniards In their war ou the island they get behind trees and houses shoot and run It is dim cult to fight people who fight this way and Who are ou their owugrouud We will ultimately whip tho Filipinos wo kayo to but H will take a good while TUB Paris Exposition opened sonic two weeks ago and tho edict has gone forth that tho American exhibit is to bo clos ed on Sundays Inasmuch M this is tho largest exhibit next to that of Franco itself and as Sundays will be the great wneat days of tho expositionas Sunday is always the biggest day of tho week Iu Franco ita being closed that day will bring a good deal of disappointment andi will cause a good many people to miss it who would otherwise coo it But it is not always expedient to do oven Iu Rome aa tha Romans do and it is perhaps best for America to curry its Amer lean religious ideas even into P- arisIll lie ON Time its the Non time melt who urn sue ccssful The behind time man Is the one who gets lelLHot weather IH hero see that you are ready for It with sea sonable goods W A Keen Clear llraiu Your best feelings your social posl tton or business success depend largely on the perfect action ot your Stomach and Liver Dr Kings Now Life Pills give increased strength a keen clear litnln high ambition A 26o box will mako yon feel like n now being Sold by all druggist Rates to the RCBHIOH The suggestion that the roads north of the Ohio shonld give reduced rates to tho Confederate reunion is a good one No doubt there Is many a veteran who wore the blue that will bo glcd to run down to Louisville and see how his for mer enemies look after tho lapso of thir tyfive years of peace and contentment The Idean Famine Tho Indian missionaries from India who spoke nt tho Ecumenical Confer once in Now York this week on tho sub ject of tho famine in tho orient united in their testimony to the effectiveness of tho Government relief Though the famine affects CO000000 people tho death rate is comparatively low and tho sup ply of funds is BO largo that no ono need starve who replies for relief or for work at good wages as tho rate of wages havein India More than G000000 men been given employment on public works r aUrew Seven Inches OH Has Death lied According to the statement of memo bers of his family Henry Dribble eighteen years old of Tenth street and Ave nue C grew seven inches in two weeks He had apparently attained his growth several years ago When he became bedridden two weeks ago ho was 0 feet lj inches In height but when he was mea sured for a coffin his family was surpris ed to find that bo had grown to six feet No one noticed that ho was growing dur ing his illness and Dribble did not ex perience any of the symptoms which growthNew+The Worries ot Politics Admirall Downy is fast learning that the public man out for office in tho United States has many worries There seems to bo trouble between the labor unlonH of Chicago and the Dewey recep ties committee relative to tho building of the grand reviewing stand and the Admiral is flooded with letters from la bor unions on the subject some of them containing throats Then tho temper ofaletters insisting that no must Interfere and forbid the use of wino at the banquets and balls during his Western trip Of course tho lottcra overlook tho fact that the Admiral Is not running tho shows be Is on invited guest ULI JOEII Siccnmbs to the gays the Artful Cupid New I theHeraldi i the names of Gen Joseph Wheeler and Mrs Goo W Chllds and this time there eomllo bu good reason to believe an announcement of their engagement to marry will be made When Mr Childs was asked for a denialor confirmation of the rumor she smiled and referred tho questioner to Jon Wheeler The gallant veteran also smiled when asked about it lIe saidII Ill tell you what do t will see Mrs Childs and ask her to answer your question or authorize me to do so I When seen later ho said Yes I saw Mrs Childs and I think you will soon 1 saidwhoall your rumors No statement could bo obtained from Mrs Childs today Gen Wheeler admitted however that at a luncheon in Philadelphia attended by Mrs Chllda and timsclf they were congratulated by mutual acceptedwithout now says they were unfortunate and untimely h Xn Dewey Defends Bryan A Tiiitor at Bcauvoir this afternoon made a laughing remark about Col William J Bryan and it might have been construed as uncomplimentary to the colonel You must not say that said Mrs Dewey to whom tho remark was made Her Tleasant wander had changed She reprovIngl Od Bryan Is a gentleman a leader an Intellectual well educated and cult vatedtoon about whom no disparaging rcmato in justice can bo made con tinue Mw Dewey 1 have met him- and ntnlro him I have met his wife and lie her immensely She is charm- Ing Mrt Deweys visitor gracefully ac ccptatho rebuke Tho admiral was not pRsent when this incident occurred New Tork Journal I inequality TheawBays Thou shall not steal horse rind the punishment Is wont i the penitentiary Theaw says Thou shalt not formI trust awl tho punishment IH confin- meat i t o penitentiary But if a man steals aVhorse they hound him with bV xMnan a if he organizes a trust they five him a banquet W J Bryan I Some Sell Cheap s5n14wSELLS CHEAPEST I Spring Qoods HAVE COME and urc still coming consequently the stock v unsalable in Summer which we have neither c wishnor room to holdover t MUST BE SOLD COME SEE US nnd when you leave another will be add k cd to our long list of references SPECIAL BARGAINS IN OXFORDSand SPRING SHOES OF ALL KINDS O T T T +r v tf ELLISONS Groceries HardwareFarmers Supplies saysPenslstent STORE They Want 1Trade1 2I r 1 JiIJi 1 1i i L P m S Ellison I1 i L l Jt t qtr- Isc111 m 1j t j I j7J 11 j7J1J J- WorldBankBank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 Total 176822855 537SURANCE1 Or banksTheofNewFirstThe SECURITY of 301844537 of assets SecondPROFITABLE INVESTMENT lhirdLIBERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED f Extended term insurance in case of lapse policyLiberal One months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply t- oBISCOE HINDMAN Qenl Agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville Ky E It ELLISON AL FARIS Agents TOKMAN K- Yis YcT WA vF FirstClass Wheat Machinery GOTO 1o1 They keep the BEST such aa McCormick Harvesters and Mowers Gaar Boott Threshers and Engines anti Parsons SelfFeed f Iersthoonly Feeder that will not choke and can be tit to any make ofmachine THEY ARE ALSO HEADQUARTERS FOR HighGrade Buggies Harness Implements Etc j THEY ONLY HANDLE THE VERY BESTIR Art lottery AUxnlzcn Art rucqnei Andirons AlUm Clocb- oUleOrtMO Alb Cans APple FirmItebbltt Metal batter Molds mercies sue Flgurei Da beaooo aooo1IrouJ Ilrlerbno IialutcM Dread Salves Chandenencaning PHILLIPS BDTTORFF co- NASHVILLE TENN LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUFACTURERS OF New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE STAMPED STOVE COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES Bar Supplies Bread Clothes fine Coxes Moe- Chamber Sets Call iie lJ- OlWlnz Dlibes Clothes lustCow Bells Clothes Cut Glass Cream Freezers coalTaM Cms Cherry Seeders Can Openers Cork Pullers Corn Poppers uu S Ie DAVIDSON iDR 1istKENTUCKY Office over Oowgill 8 Oowgllls Drag Store J cake Stands Coffee Pots Cool Bod Coal Copper Settles alUm Corers Carpet sweepers Cook Stoves Dlih Coven Era Beaten Dust Pans Dinner Seta DoorMts lira DalrrSets AND bolda Lines ClaWi Pots Floor Mops Fin Screens Fruit Jan Fluting irons Fir Traps Fruit Presses Oonalielli Orate TrlnU OlD Seta- Ololollne Stores Grain Scoops Hammers HeiUnc tnoTe- tJlammocb las lucks HitrbeU UoUdirOoodJ Beat hiss HU hindLamps nand Mirrors House Brooms lea Picks Ice Hooks Insurers lee boxes Jardinieres Knlfs Steels Knife Grinder Kltcben Saws Lard Frewes Lamp CnUnneTS Lawn Swings Lawn Settees 9 MFG PLAIN JAPANNED AND Flower Laundry Stoves Lamps I Lawn Sea- LaIIlerna Lamp Wicks Lawn Chairs Metal Polishes Mat Cans Metal Cocks Milk Shakers Milk Strainers Meat Choppers Sat Cracker Nutmeg Oaten OU Stoves Oajt Tables I 011 Can Patent Pans Parlor ZJasPatent Ckons Potato MaDed Padlocks Pocks Cutlery KoUrj Sifters Eli Trape Roof Paint Betncenton Roach Trap RolllnstPlLi Bow Jan- SmokenSeti Shaving Sets Steak Btonee Ponadert sewing VcfetaM Shovel Statuettes II steel Rauets Sautan killer Scrub Br1HII- H8A1JMIIHJ Scissors SoapRacU BroUM Slop Cana Sewer Caps Table Cutlery Tea Brewon WHOLKALK AND TAIL ASK YOUR DEALERS wmIvc rOil- CATALOGa AND PRICED Tnllel Sets Tom Tease Towel Roller ToUetKoTtHtM Tea Pots Thermoweters TOOK Urns Umbrella Sttsls Vales VenUlators Wine Sets Wood Chums Wood Fancets I Waffle ITOBS Water Coolers Water niters lidrjrUtaf inacwry IllS Wood e- eC wlrog se for the- DlIllna Rood Kitchen Laundry lid Dlr1 oEAKBR Gene al Gcocer Powell Block OUnton St Hating purchased the Grocery Stock of J J 0 Dondurant would be pleased to hue all old friends to call Freak Goods and Choice Bargains J ii- I I i + wr + aa + v w + C A+uk4rw t 1 1r LESSORS OF MOVING tt- I Dr TaJn age Preaches a Timely I Sermon j UUeonne in Which the Need of Patience and Kqalpoic t yet Forth MovInK Into thecFather lIunrJI Copyright 1900 by Loula Klopsch This cHsconrsoof Dr Talmuge is pcr tinent at this time ot year when ninny people are moving train house to house and it teaches lessons of patience and equipoise In very trying circumstances Text Phtllpplans 4121know both how to be abnsed and 1 know how to aboundci Happy Paul Could you really ac commodate yourself to all circum i 0stancesout pride and could you come down without exasperation Teach the same lesson to us allSWe are at a season of the year when vast populations In nil our cities arc changing residence Having been born in n house and having all out lives lived in a house we do not have full appreciation of what a house is It bi the growth of thousands of years I The human race first lived in clefts of i rocks the beasts of the field moving out of the caverns to let the human race move in The shepherds and the robber still live in caverns of the earth The troglodytes are a race which to this day prefer the caverns to a house They are warm theyare large they are very comfortable they are less sub IIjlotto violent changes of heat and cold We come on along down In the history of the race and we conic to the lodge which was a home built out of twisted tree branches We come further on down in the history of jic race and we come to the tent whum was a homo built with a round pole in the center i nnd skins of animals reaching out In all directions mats on the floor for the t people to sit on Time passed on nnd the world after much invention came to build a house a which was a space surrounded by broad stones against which The earth was heaped from the outside The roof was made of chalk and gypsum and coals and stones nnd axlics pounded toe gether After awhile the porch was born utter awhile the gate Then luau itdredn of years passed on and in the ti fourteenth century the modern chinoc ney wets constructed The old llebrcwn Lad openings In their houses from i which the smoke might escape if it pre ferred but there was no inducement for it to leave until the modern chim ney Wooden keys opened the door or the keyhole wan large enough to allow I the linger to be Inserted far the lift ing of the latch or the sliding of it- t There being no window tae people trweredepcndent fop light upon latticework t over which a thin veil was drawn down In time Of winter to keep out the rlemrnts Window glass was so late t us 200 or 300 years ago in England and Scotland so great u luxury that only the very wealthiest could afford it A hand mill and nn oven and n few 1 leathern bottle and somo rude pitchers nd plntes made up the entire equipe ment of the culinary department Hut lle homo planted in the old cave oral i the foot of n tent pole has grown tend t enlarged and spread abroad until we have the modern hours with UK I brannhas and roots nnd vast girth end height nnd depth of comfort and ac I ccmmodnflouII Architecture in other clays busied itself t chiefly in planning and building I triumphal arches and basilicas and j hippodromes and mausoleum nnd crtl umns while they allowed the people I f for residences to burrow like muskrats I II i In the earth St Sophias of Constan I tinople St Mnrkb of Venice St F Jeters of lome are onlyI the P Kaphaeled walls against which lean the I squalor and the puupcrfSni of many nn lions 1 rejoice that while our modem n architects give us grand capitols In which to legislate and grand court IiontcH in which to administer justice mind grand churches In which to wore ship God they also give much of their time to the planning ot comfortable nbodes for our tired population I have r Pot so much interest in the arch of TroJan at Benerentiim su I have in the wish that nil the people may have n f comfortable shelter nor have I so I much interest in the temple of Jupiter t Olympus at Athens as 1 have in the hope that every man may have nn altar 1 1tarthe worship of the true God in his own house And J have not BO much interest in the science of ceramics f which goes crazy over a twisted vase or 1 I yearsIneat pharaohs poured their drunken debauch of I have that every man have on his table a plate with plenty of healthful food and an appetite tout c tnck it- Thank God for your home not mere ly the house you live in now but the house you were born In and themany you have resided in since you 04began your earthly residence When you go home today count over the number of those houses In which you J Jane resided and you will be surprised d Once in awhile you will find a man who liven in the house where he wus born t J anill where lull father wall born and his grandfather was born and his great grandfather was born but that is nott tt one out of a thousand cases I have I not been more perambulatory than J t most people but I was amuzed when X I enme to count up the number of residences I have occupied The faros Is In this world no such thing uI 1 11l1cre ent residence In a private vehicle and not In p taU car froze which you can nee but little J andJi ton the finest ride on tile planet for a V man who want to ace palatial rest den ear in fascinating sceuary It was the early spring and before the gen g t xdt w- w tlemen ot New lout hail gone out to their country residences 1 rode into the grounds to admire the gardens and till overseer of tho place told me and they all told methat nil the houses had been sold or that they wanted to sell them and there was lit easily no exception although I called at many places just admiring the gar nnd the grounds and the palatial Some wanted to sell or had sold because their wives did not want to reside in the summer time In those places while their husbands tar tied in town in the night always hav ing some business on hand keeping them away 1From some houses the people had been shaken out by chills unit fever from some houses they had gone because death or misfortune hail oc nnd nil those palaces and man stuns had either changed occupants or wanted to change Take up the direct 17 ot any city of England or Amer- Ica and see how few people live where they lived 15 years ego There is no uch thing as permanent residence I saw Montlcello In Virginia President Jeffersons residence und I stow on the same day Montpclier which was either Madisons or Monroes residence nail I taw ciao the white house which was President Taylors residence and Pres dent Lincoln residence and President Gnrficlds residence WWI it n perms Went residence in any roar I tell you that the race is nomadic and no sooner gets in one place than it wants to change for another place or is com pellet to change for another place and so the rare invented the railroad and the steamboat In orcr more rapidly to get into some other place thAn that in which it was then Aye Instead of be ing nomadic it is Immortal moving on and moving on We whip up our horses and hasten on until time hubof thefront wheel shivers on the tombstone and tips us headlong into time grave the only permanent earthly rcaldenc Hut bless God Hen that stay IB limited for we shall hare a rcarrection A day this spring the streets will be fllled with tly furniture carts and the drays and the trucks It will be hard day for horses because they will be overloaded It will be a hard day for laborers for they wilt overlift before they ret the fondly furlturc from one house to another It will be a hard duty for housekeepers to se their furniture scratched tim their crockery broken send their cnrpcu ralsflt nnd their furniture dahed of the sudden showers It will be a hold day for landlords It will be a hard I lay for tenants Especial jfrsee K needed for moving day Many A maa s religion has suffered n fearful strain between the hour on the morning of the tat of May1 when he took Ida hue mature breakfast and the hour at night when he rolled into his extempo- rIzed couch The furulluro broken sometlmw will result hi the breaking of tho Ten fJommantbarats There Iis no more fearful pars than the hall of u house where two families meet on moving out and the other moving In The salutation is apt to be more vehement than complimentary The grace that will be sufficient for the tat of January and the tat of Febru ary and the tat of March mid the ht April will not be suflMrat for time 1st of May say yv jr prayers that morning if you find nothing hotter to kneel down by then a coal scuttle and say your prayers nt wight though your knees come down on n paper of carpet tacks You will want supernatural help if nay of you move UIin the morning to start out nrlght on the days work Help nt night to re pent There will be enough annoy ancett to wake n XnnUppe out of n Frances liidley Ifavcrgml I have again and nguln bran In crises of moving day nnd I have stood appalled anti amazed and helpless in the shipwreck taking ns well as I could those thing that floated ashore from the breakers und I know how to comfort awl how to warn nail how to encourage the people so I preao this practical May day sermon All these troubles will sour 10 gone and the brutal will heal and the stiffened joints will become supple nnd your ruffled tem per will be smoothed of its wrinkle and order will take the place of ills order and you will sit down in your new home seriously to contemplate My first word then in this part of my discourse Is to nil those who more out of small houses into larger ones Now we will we whether like the npostlc you know how to abound Do not because your new house has two more stories than the old one add two stories to your vanity or make your brightly polishes silver doorplate the coffin plate U your buried humility Many persons more ing into a larger house suave become arrogant and supercilious They swagger where once they walked they simper where once they laughed they go about with nn air which seems to say Let all smaller craft get out of these waters if they dui t want to be run over by a regular Cn narder I have known people who were kind and amiable nUll Christian in their smaller housi no sooner did they go over the doorslJl of the now house than they became n glorified nuisance They were the terror of dry goods clerks and tho amazement of ferryboats Into which they swept und it compelled to stand n moment with condemnatory glancn turning all the people seated into criminals and convicts They began to hunt up the family coat of arms nnd had lion couchant or unicorn rampart on the carriage door when if they had the appropriate cent of arms it would have been n butter firkin or a shoe last or a plow or a trowel Instead of being like nil the rest of UM made out of dust they would havu think that they wore trickled out o Heaven on a lump of loaf sugar The first Ihlng you know of them the father will fad In business nail the daughter will run ojt with a French dABcluz uuuter A woman spoiled1 by 0a finer house tp datman so upset is Aiukcnlng The lavan tiered fool goes uround so dainty and t o precise and no affected in the roll of his eyes or the whirl of hula cane of the clicking of the ivory handle against his front teeth or his oiTem nnte languor and his conversation lie interlarded with ohms tutu aha that he Is to me a dose of ipccaci ntiha Now my friends if you move into a larger house thank God for more roomfor more room to hang your pictures for more room in which to gather your friends for more room in which to let your children romp and play for more room for great bookcases fllled with good reading or wealth of bricabrac Have as large and as fine a house as you can afford to have but do not sacrifice your hti mlllty and your common sense co not lose your balance do not bo spoiled by your successes Years ago we were the guests In an English manor The statuary the ferneries the botanical and lurtlcul tural genius of the place had done all they could to make the place attractive For generations there hd been an amassing of plate anti costly surround Ings At halt past nine oclock in the morning the proprietor of the estate had the bell rung and some 20 or 30 menservants anti maidservants came Into prayers Tho proprietor of ttus estate read time Scriptures gave out the living his daughter at the organ started the music and then the mufilc over tho proprietor of the estate kntlej down and commended nil his guest nll his family all his employes to the Loris Almighty God can trust such a moan as that with a large estate He kMfinj how to abound Ilu trusted God nisi God trusted him And T could enll ir time roll of 50 merchant prinues tj tUl I f JJQtendsthe surceases of this life do not iispoiled by the number of liveried 0Hie men that may atop at your door or Uij sweep of the long trail aeroM tlielisj ported tapestry Many of those wfc oome to your house are fawning pate vltes They are not so muah In let- with l you as they are In love with house and your successes You 1 01II down next year to SM Low Water street and see how many ot titII riages will halt nt your door I meet you tlite priugttme nt taI doer of your now hone and whllIihelp you lift the clothes the banisters nail the commas httilIred in the fuse la trying to transpw that article of fnmlture to same IKV destination I congratulate you Yti j are going to ham n better time tU i year some of you then yon ever ham Yea take God sad the Christian Ill gion in your home and you will kl grandly happy God in the jwrlorJ that will sanctify your IltelabUttit ODd In time nursery that will pratw your children Godir thediataffhaltH that will make tho plainest Mnlu imperial banquet Oed in ibo nwyf lnr thnt will launch tie tiny brififi front the drydocka Uod In then t lag that wilt sail the dayawrrtiy fcro the harbor And get joy one and all of ji t whether you move or do r t m u Get joy out of the though than t are soon all going to have a jrn at tbv Ing day Do you viui a pillmre r the new home into which ou II move Here ItllI wrought wnh c hand of n muster WakoH that t i oar earthly how of tills tabtrum P were dissolved wr haw a building i God a house tint made with has eternal In the heaven flows h rent will we hair to pay for itrarty going to on it How much m t we pay for it How much rah dog i nail how mitflh kttt on mortgage n r Father Is going to give It QA a freest When are we going to move Into 7 We are moving now On moving CI y Meads of families are very apt to suy in the old house until they hate t H everything oft They send ahead be children and they send ahead ac treasures and the valuable Thrnit er awhile theyu1U come tbenurlttg I remember vary well In the country that in boyhood moving day was a jubilationOn time first load we time chil dren were vent on ahead to thr BMV hotwe and we arrived with about and laughter and In un hour we Lad ranrid through every room in the house lift barn and the granary Toward nigit audQcrhapft In time last wagon fatter rtiredfont of the lane to meet them and tell them of all tho wonders we discovered In the new place and then the hat wagon unloaded the candles lighted our ncighborM who had helped ut to move for In those times neighbors helped each other sat down with us nt a table on which there was crtry tnldearbeen moving a good while We bare sent our children ahead We have segt many of our valuables ahead We rear not go yet There is work for ui to do nut after awhile It will be tnw rd night and we will he very tired and then we will start for our new home and those wino have gone ahead of us they will see our appronch and they will come down In time lane to m ettu and they will have much to tell nt of what they have dloroverrd In the house of many mmdonxundaho large time rooms arc and of how hnrht the fountains And then the hut load unloaded the table will besprent caJ- our celestial neighbors will rnnif In tamtilest with the wino that sweats in hrvnt of earthly Intoxication but with the new wine of the kingdom And there fearrytewhatfoolsomt only to be the oaring from a mnairrrt ug S Iinto r larger one and tilt 1 IIIlt costiminea a DI11IJUchcu to a glorious parlcr j to 2 J Jo I I t j THE PAN A MER I CA lV EXPOSITION of the TEARI9OIBuffalo Is Arranging for a Magnificent Display of the Products of the Three Americas for Next Year Elaborate Floral Horticultural and Electrical Features f J THE STADIUM L II Will Offer a Mplrndld Arena for the Athlrtln Contest The completed Stadium for the Pan AmericAn exposition at Itaffnlo next year wilt offer to the lovers of njtort the most spacious and splendid arena r T erc tel in America The athletic carnival to be held during the great txpoftlHon will be the most notable in time history of American sport The cooperation of many of the beat promoters of othlctlo games mind con tsta linn been secured VIMtors to I the IanAmoricnn exposition may therefore expert to wittie the Hirel ing of the mOlt famou nihietes of the works In competition for prizes worthy of their beat feats of endur suet strength sad skill It In said that Die grew CotoweMin at Hum built IIN the first century of the Christian em eotild srflemmoUatc slooo aitectatorL 71n 1cwhrtadiumwill be 138 fret longer awl bv ten feet narrower than the ktoterlo amphitheater of Home The MUtdlnw however will have a larger arena and the seating capacity Is entlmateil far Si00 people Time top row of rata will IK 00 tNt above the ground sad every seat will command a perfect IN North Hay from Club view of the vast Interior Standard to be placed at points for the support of the awnings In nuoh a that they will not nhitruct the view from the other The Stadium will have a quarter mile track n sufilelrntly large apace Inside of this for Oily of tho athletic genes Great nt+ eution hait been paid to laving n large number of aisles to reach the scats and in addition to the principal entrance on the west there proved seven large exits These exits made of tufilclent breadth and height to mlt in case of need the largest ve hides or floats nH it In proposed to the Stadium for certain pageants exhibits of automobiles In operation judging of live stock horses agricul turns machinery rand machinery etc No hurt ever such it splendid In which such hibits could be displayed Time space under the seats Is to ho used for ox lilbltlon und Is in Itself time Equivalent of n very large building largoy null picturesque omiythfkWtv entrance to the Star z idium This Iin 241 feet long by S3 feet wide with towers 104 feet high The style fis in conformity with of the other buildings with an are coded effect in the lower story red tiled roof broad eaves and bright col Time old Spanish towers give a finished beauty to the structure nnd make it one of the most prominent features of the exposition The Stadium resembles in H general way that erected at lumens u years ago although thlolin cnn of course only a temporary struts juice It is Intended UN a model of what it IK hoped may executed some day in permanent forum Stadium will rover tenIITht and Mutation IN on the stole of the Plans opixxltn the Midway1 It in near the great en trance from the steam sat trolley rnllwuy station at the extreme northeast of the e MMltian grounds THE SERVICE BUILDING I vs the Irt Structure llreelril un the Hipntltlwn UrilttmU The large Sortie bnlkMnir small In MMwrkoH with the big ra paeiUan atrttetiiroK was completed In M days and wa the Aral bHtkltng aftoUrt ea the grounds It A VIKW TIII KMYlglTloN StTK View Arro or 1nrk lk the Country ore various way seats and are are ad use hind arena ex IA J Fe that ors few Kc be acres its out 1111 the present home of n large oorir officers and employe Jimmying inmate dlate charge of the comitnietlvc work of the exposition Thin hamltomu la on tho west side of the grounds and In Oi liy 146 feet two stories high A broad arched driveway on the north stile Ilends to an Inv nor court To the right nnd Inft of tho driveway are entrances to tho corridors that open Into the various rooms of the building In this building am the olee of the director of works time landscape architect superintendent of building construction purchasing agent chief mechanical and electrical en gineer with their numerous assist ants On tho second floor In a large room for time use of the with fireproof vaults at hand fog the valuable drawings In this building will also be the heath for the police and service the fire department nnd the officers in charge of tho tranvporta tlon and installation of exhibits and other ofllcors Thti building IKI equipped with a cellar kitchen diningroom W and numeroim sleeping apartments for the accommodation and comfort of those whose work requires their continuous presence on the THE ELECTRICITY BUILDING It Will He One of the Mo t Atlmllr of the Hula HnlMlnii KInbornte designs have recently been completed for the Klectriclty building for the PanAmerican expo sltlon to bo held In Uuffclo N VtJ May 1 to November I 1001 Displays of till kinds In the praatlent nnd art a tic tines of cleotrtcity together with vomplntc exhibits of ma chlnery and appliances are to IHP con spicuous features of the great OKxv IttoH Tin tfcoigM rot Mplafcr a very and Muuaadimui butMing The Mrwet u re U to bit BM feet trnm- qat to Nrl and lie feat wide giv lag an e hlMUon t1ICt of 71M square feet Tine aotiln facade fr nit the Malt sad UM north tenets the1 MUKray the east sad to toward the maanive eke irk tower whlltt tilt Near fate the grand excel The building la tong low UM inettlnir TIM drlge of that faoadea sharyvv arifotlr TMa optaalarua of tin JtP1PAUke Isaias pinM nt fr MMMit latfrral prwvMt it oVUglrtfwl idlest bowing tRw tai inert ef the 4MIhof tlM tUfttel- id M opening as thew travtb ie tie rail1 ef the fsrthMt sway rrAW th otewwr There U n plrnMlntg ending At wwsh rornrr of ill tr jeturi with s line- dutnrrll 1 pt iliua lower and the billM I nil te liiirrriipt d mt the center by n loiltilrtnMrfrd vntrMtre nth eo tmner irfe snit high i r1Wd h7- fin oriMUnrnifll nreli and uJfOIton ea h side by onlawiM The towers it I her mh tr entrnur s troup there The eon rrvettag we Iw vween the tottrra the toners 1Aensulm the ixullioni at tlu corner of the mild log and similar plxw see to br bril llantlr illuminated MMl made gay with banters and M ir The modelMl riper work of the building Is at the rhoteMt dMlffW The general ornimrtttattoH of time slrwe tore Is to he frrsoct In an Interesting mixture of reds greens RII yellows The general color scheme follows that of the ilaehliMsr stud Transportation and othoAgroMiw of bHlldlnps of the expovltton The structure was tie signed by Green t 1oks of Ilnffalo The VHHP of Nome 1IIr1 V wli r how Mortar Is got ting on nowaday- VIpU Uettlng along bluely 1 was only two years ago he starter out as nn npothcmry lie lIs already n drug glut and If his luck holds out he will bo n pharmacist before the end of another twolvemonU- ililcks lint whaidlfTereBce will that melee r nn P THE 9LKCTRIC1TT BUILDJNO exhibitor purposes building although working building engineer drwghting architects quarters hospital grounds elfotrloal hamleemp gmuidnff btflbUag Wicks A bid difference Au npota cciiry oftentimes has to sell things at only fto cents above cost and a drug gist never take more than 100 per cant but to n phnrnuclst there Is ao limit Boston Transcript Chung of AMi When you married you thought demigodYrs And now Wow ho reminds me wore of e demijohn y rrew S 1i i i = W III + + + TII 1e r d I G j I I LIRE THE REST OF US Before Mnrrlnjje Hverjrfhlni laSvree- niid IovHj Alter We Jet Down j to Itnrtli Attain f George dtOtt she Mid a night or tire b Jnudo1 j our married Hie ran Itteome the cnniuiac IlIot roltlb prsetlcell tuva and lilt of the reu1Irll IHOJf1f we see around use Oil UCOIllttIn fttrt wotthl break ir I thought oftlIut paslonat41 It too funds for that Our bve it no of the brdiuaty kind toy darltnac anti our liver will mat be w Ad no my angelli that1 tan never be sayGvorge rirbtUlcntcediepbgtheHer It And mild moat you dont keep din tiff wailing And he with a on of the pinion of trn years l9t replied All right Lour sod 1 with you d sine a button oa the hack part of 0109atrletl trautrrt of mine youll over a chair In uur roam Dont have the pork as dry as lajt titan and you witch the Iwbys cold lht tt+ trriagof the eyes looks like measle- stome rherrammybus ioodby THE POETS GRIEVANCE Ill Lturk ere llnillj Trrntr bf the Irlutrr Mutt lie UNa Jnall luillunnni The editor Tai ijtting in hU odlee one day when B man waste brow was iloilttd 1ththunder eat xtd Firrvdy ihair be tkiiuned kti kit on the seiztuin his umhrnfxgn tO11ew sadsat down us heuLedVwwritinjcOf Refd that then Ins lAId tliruitlng ct the editor au envelope with an inscription on it ll saidl the edit r trying taipell it n ata Net a IMfa an 8 staid the man likeFaltNodr rrlird the Inn Hothini ot the Thai my name Samuel II liruniiAT I Knew yu couU toil Called to ate you about ijwl K cm of mine you printed lIe that 4r n the ufeease of rrruw 1snlt rtmcmbr it ot ratine VIM daitt lItftue it went Into the ullfr u 4l1enwlh the infamous title of SinranmM1 TIfmvnew 11m i JUor lied HrllUh ArlaliHrncr Mlnmril atauy p rude attribute the recent rrtcnee of the llritU to the dtgenrrae5 of the aria tOf rani1 The ifcoftuxuq rrrtalnly does not pt tier tigeri IndiallUhlull late ours tisMant herre Ptrin and1 lack of ex rraie urwct the ateiitarh tnd vrtlitn bout pluaiual ainJ inralal ita1ily Tile blood tint iiHiVM men Ittrota must sea Item active hekhi NlNerh+ UatttHII liteniaeh flit i14lgctioridapepck Jlneli bike Hrinnathrnr n VTrnmuk he raid really untbt to Je a ttitttvr ntar than man Wit r tale asked Itawii he rvUM to a senate ttS- 1It a i Itreat h Mlow tlit inethvdi W that ante orator Dtmorthone N wbsl1 hallsall 1NtIInosy- nt uCfae1am tr- rJr Ne1 1a lhateeitr =WIt I btu erpebllea scat tal t lUI 1oWMm ilmi IM vwi 1 that anyway 41iiep I wt II low Tblt We elkr One llun rMl DUkra lletrwd lor aw of tUturrh uCUIIM bcuMd by U enClue To1CK1tWiCheney ft r Ibe UM Myron and hellotai t p rfc4Ur lm nbW w all buiint trtHMtv tieas awl tinsMUbly able to ecrrj eut any oMietthMM Mwde 11 their Arm WxU fVtti TrtMX Wh4dtaU Drucgisli To WaMJnji JCteMB t Marvin WJ o eBk DrawiM Tolad O y IlMli Catarrh Cttr Ir token Internally eUtiK Ilreally open tbe Uood said mwMUt a pertuot i r J M PamRr 1 hare late tteaL- The Iroprr Itrapn ar kiottUaltd nil1I1t1 rt I tell S PIS rou must insM t0 v IfII f tHttdtlIlthlbdrrL Atlrwr It em1 rWr Atks ItIIIA order to shako Into yoarahoea It rost olllt1wolionHoroIIntC4t1l1n growing Satin Alums Foot Haw makra tlMIJAtJlIIIIllIhooAWrcua Alton H UlmatM Le Hoy N Y l fyaw want 1e 1 c eat and Tiraperuiit tell Ire in uniinrr coall in winter seedsl hi oAf in the falL AtchiMiti Globsand TIle Matter f Cnrf r1 laic Anyi We oant tnak any better ink than vo In1 we dont kno t how to Wecan make jioororj ink but we wont Carters Ink Ilitbeal t IterdlvarceII lsnHitel J i Amrriwn To Curr afn liny- Tnl Laxnttro Dronio Oulnlno Tablet Al l1rUMKi tk rufuml moneHit fallRlo tUnr tMf licranIDaily JJewi Puoa Cure ie the I medicine we ever seed for all atTe + lon of the throat andI lungsWm O Kudsley Vanburen lad Ireb101Ct10 U icnt fair to measure other jwsopJe l your half bushel but you probably do it Atchison tSlohe IAnstL1Iend color them bettor too told by oil druggist Dont hunt on to the men who are abov- visa then you wont get dropped Chicago JJoKiocrat IotNeglect a Ough Tak Some IrRlc loney of iTorrhottnd and Tar int tanter ikDcTootbachoDropa Cure in one minute M tie age of 21 a Daily eraore ideaU tkm hleuChitalo themeadvertisementDo riot fall to o Tretliina in thin paper One way to tn an credit ii tLy tel seed log it1Wladclphjal Jieconf tr e INSOLENCE OF TRUSTS Slrlklnic Instance of the Arruvnrioe of tlo nruvrlnic M uopo tht A dayor two ago the American Steel Wire company n trust which has made its exitutions felt most cruelly by farmers who have to make much IJBC of Its product for fencing Issued a peremptory order closing down 12- of its mulls situated In Illinois Indiana Ohio stud Pennsylvania At the head quarters of the amalgamated associa tion of Iron stuel and tin workers in Pittsburgh it was estimated that the louts to workingmcn would aggregate about 110000 u week The Chicago TimesHerald n stanch republican newspaper gathered reports from the mill towns tiionifclvcM which Indicate that about 0350 men were thrown out of employment uiul n louts of about 58000 In wagei each week is incurred Col John W Lambert one of the dl renting ofllclals of the trust explained the shutdown with the characteristic Insolence and brutality of the typical trust magnate thus Our company Is running Its bimlncsB without nay need of explaining Wo shut down und open our mills when we see lit No well regulated mind nor any conscience nut completely ossified by the persistent pursuit of money making to the exclusion of nil other Ideals will for n moment accept the theory that n business which employs nearly 7000 men n business upon the continuance of which tint livelihood of probably 35000 IjHoplo Is immediately depend ent IIs the sole concert of n few In dividuals who by methods familiar to corporation managers have seized upon 6 SOMEOF SENATOR HANNASCONVENTION It coal rot Tt ytapir M n what MtofJt OOHI rights IIn these priinlM The Kftttonmnnot honently rouiuln rilint and iMplne eblM the loinlnatloM of a corporation ori r time itw cud Imppf n MM ot ft gnat body of industrlouB men and their depcmlcntB Is thus wan poly slid brutally abided In this ipeclllo CMU different explan dons rue ivm for the hliutdowu It IK aId that t saws caused by overproduction but hut litn lit for till through the west miner and mechanics have bran itoiKtd from MtUsfylng thtir wants or the produetE of this monopoly be IRuao HK nianagertlmve repeatedly norcaitcd prices until they hao cached almost the prohibitory rout t there is any oversupply of its prod let In the market it Is because the trice put upon it lira such that tin ordinary consumer Is driven to all lorta of expedients to nvohl purahuslug t 1U said by others that the true reu theatiling spirits In tin tru tt one of whom by the way John W Gates Is n republican nsplrsint for n United plansforwhich the khutdown will further This M iloaalbly true hut it roily lays em nhiul UJMJH time folly and the orlm belfryof pormitting time control of n rent mum neconsary Induntry In tho United State to ptiw Into tutu hands of u small body of tuen men who would theyIaNIsbiers and who mnturully utilise their control to funther their gambling tmnmictions We have said duet n liiiilncfisnt tine sort Is nut private business t and that 1uo indiviiiml eon rightfully elate such n statement us Col Lambert Is quoted IB having made and that the people as n whole must stunt sit quietly by and allow ids position to be maintained without protest lint In saying this it Is not necessary to go to tIlt other cKtrcmo nnd said that IWCUUKO the business hue attained such qualities of byatap government aeoordlng to tho toO cialistio Idea The reason time 7tto tiireethrown out of work Is because oRe stnjjln governing board controls the conetroll the ludufltry In which nil are en gaged If the 12 mills Involved were opPremit inilepcndmtly one or tw might shut down but the others would con tinue Indeed it is most unlikely that any would sabot down because the mill so doing would be In danger of ef operation therefore lima existing antitrust law vital been enforced against this mpnop o1liccorpofatJol1not onlywouldfhe era her farmers not bo compelled tb pay ei tortionato prices for their fencing r the mechanic mulcted of extortions ntc sums for wire nails and metal rod but tho workingmen now out ofcni ploymcnt would still be In onjoyment of their wages their families would be living In comfort and the trndwmmnj dependent upon their custom would not KiifTcr It Iis probable that MrJolttl- Iv Gates time president of theVroscnt monopoly might bo unable to lose 100000 lit poker us he was reported to huvo done n few weeks ago In ono of New Yorks gorgeous hotels but the country at large could struggle along even though Mr lutes sportive III 1illiclinntlonsT Abbot In UemocrutielresaBulletin- BULLETS AND BUSINESS HIIIV the AilmtBlfttratluM la Culllvn tliiK Trmlts In she PbBlp plum 4 The Filipino agent fn the United States asserts that n plan has been for mutilated by Agulnaldo and the Filipino leaders to divert to other nations by every expedient In their power the trade which time Lim Itcd States expectud to hate with the Inlands He estimates CuIIt ut many million dollars n year riously enough these Filipinos who the administration at Washington told UK are so ignorant that theyare unlit for lelfgovernment or anything except to be shot like dogs have adopted this plan from the Virginia nonnteourHO resolutions which were signed by George Washington Thomas Jefferson Patrick Henry and other eminent Americans This following upon the fact that the Filipino constitution was largely modeled upon REMARKS ILLUSTRATED ours and that ilttt Ifltminos are m feuding their war fat liberty by tli argtimcjiie vliiuUl the fathers of our r pitbllu nscfl bolts to demonstrate UK entire unfttnoau fur self govmi men i beouut It Is wVUktiawn nnd gr Herwlh toted In this wuntry imrtleulnrly l the republican statesmen that tli founders of this republla dial not know what they were about anti that wi hat outgrnua their sentimental and Im practicable iiltias However this notion of the Filipino tIWlttIIThutrade Is to go after it with lulling guns Our merchant know that tin trade of a house depends largely upon the confidence nd good opinion whirl its fiiNtomerH have of IL Certainly ur leave us u nation done nothing toeto Utblltih thin sort of good will with time Fillplnox In thlK connection it may Ibe worth while to reflect upon the fuoi that our trade with Porto Rico i something likeoootcnth us great now us It was when the Island wnl owned by Spain In Manila the other day Gen Oill found it necessary tot mppress u plus entitled For Home und Country bi fiittse tit patriotic reference In it seemed liTelyI to fire the Filipinos to new efforts for Independence In San tlugo last week It became nereiwiiiv tit suppress n ncwvpttper atillet veer Cu JailTlitlsto carry freedom of pceeh and free dom of the prwi to tilt lands which have long suffered tinder tIll despotism of moillcvul S she propieasex tipue The triumphant reeloetton of Air MoKInley will menu to him and to nil others the emphatic popular in dorserot+ alt of the Imperialist jkiliiv mid n president who host begun the revolution ngalnst republican princi ples without n popular mandate will u hardly taU to pursue Jt with the pope ulnr approval at mils hack And the purault of It leads to the wreck of popular government in this heml sphere If not throughout the world priugllcld lfagvltcpubllcnn If the A1Dtrlcun workingman can compete with the world there Is no further cute for protection for him The protective tarn therefore he conies merely a bulwark for trusty and combinations enabling them to charge the American consumer more for goody than they charge to ram other customer Vi lea Observer The difference between ft plain duty as advocated by the president anent Porto ltcoand n duty of 15 per cent fixed by a republican con gress h one which In worrying the 0 0 P very much In these days They cant hive the two duties harmonize VMbnlffomery fAlirt Ailvtrtfcrr 1 fAN GROSVENOR SAYS II- ll II i SpringOatnrrh Well as Ever Hon Dan A flrorv nor of the Famous Familylinn AudItorrorwrtttcnftumfpaaflludetoyaufoe awbatlto of Peruna One week bas brought wonderfulehanBom and I am new mm well am over Beattlcm tialng CM ofIho very bent spring Ilea It Im VeryPeepeetfully l l portErpotitionI wu mmpletely run down from overwork aid the rc puniil lity naturally connected wnbpi exploitation of a great intcrna twcal exposition My1 physician recom IlfelemdhottleIhsrr since enjoyed the best of health almost cverrltody needs a tonic in the imng Som lliiog to brace the nerves in i l bloodTqllCliTJmbtrlJkrletttr made ate of the following words I businesshearsi nervesTherei themFurt Summer Catarrh ColumburW Oluoe LU DOUGLAS S3 35O SHOES Mite toS6comparedwith y IndorMtl l f atr I 1000000 ifearcmi Hi f penning bare W L P IUmptdDO iulxtitvte ciiurced to be dtalerahoiildeat we will unit a pair assVtkind or rather CathoemjaKra CCapL Cromwell Landlord of the r dway Hotel Cincinnati Owrote Ji I718- 53Palmers Lotion las cnrti me of I TETTER j i ffof thirty years standing U i SoapIPrevents and assists in curing all such i afflictions At Druggists only i iShnlIlal the School Visitor thitiert has this 9lttlou 11hat Jis the axis I j earth An imaginary line patenI IIef inone pole o the other on which th pupilkufitynu hanlt a Ismrct on it YfItir ltj15ed std wont kind of a Nrum- rffmnglnay 1 oiiiirt sir The vui a questions Cliirvii Lon A VSIARKET KKlUHT i Cincinnati April 30 rATJETjKCoinmon 54 00I40elect butchers H 73 0l 4 u- OAIJ sExuma I i 00 JlbgSiSelcot packers 5 50 ti 3 55 Pllxejd packers S 35 L 3 45 SHKEl Choice oj 4 75- LAMBSExtra Ii i r DO 50IIII patWHEAT 3 3 74 DO COlfJMfo a mixed dCi W q IT No 2 mixed 26- I aJ1io 2 6211 HSChoIce tlmothyiri 00 5iH 23 alP IO1t1C itSTAm 11 Tv llCiro dairy 18 14 u tto renmery ii 2- 01Ielm to fancy Oil 4 50 J j111O19S lcr hrl 1 liD il 1 O3- I ONew 2 T5 111 75 10 6 il5 00 tincao itt Win pattlnt1t CO iIO N I I T No a nd if to ih- t I u sprhmgtitt1 Xu 3myfsi 4- 00t 1 Xot 21 Iu4tJt 1 o Il iJ jI H- J IJiltM 11 45 tTi 12 JO 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rs r s = 2 2 wr Gwcf1r 1 iiHesf II ii l ititJ i f We mean your railroad agent here he knows Ask him the best route to ha Ogden Salt Lake Butte Helena 1Om Francisco Spokane Portland Seattle trains which will reach St Louis in I Itheevening Leave 730 p m Wabash BallOmaha 755 next morn ingtwentyfive minutes all you have to wait when the Overland Limited leaves for tht West jYou cant get to Omaha much before noon any other way y this route is ten hours 1 quickest St Louis to San Francisco Agent knows these facts heres what hell answer Wabash too Omaha and Union Pacific and thats all you need remember A folder simple complete tell alt about Ittsom thine worth koovriug If you want to teach any western city you can have lull specific information about your bctt train and connections railroad and I iletpiuc car fAren etc and the rate wilt be right I AddruaCSCRANEQcn1Parn4 Ticket Act St Uoult fYOuw EnioyC rseln a good in g the Lounging Room It only SO extra 1 Iin ride all day in car 25 cents for a half day I Tbe Cotton DtU offer ron ijntrkett and rente 9 wlti of ran Jlotti day and Blclit tralu qlromfarubta and Frro Itetllnlnr Chatr Caret altO Car by Car utaht Writs vrbre yon are Ctlng 1W4bu roavllt leare will tell you what your ticket ulll mat whit train take he tiett line eonnt ctloni will alto teuil an lrlp to Texat flntLkLSDRAInphbTeos VCftnlfTPtltepllaTeu G1imTrA Gatdllelta rU1tTTTACllllruUGtla li ILSCtrOttrAC1 eTa I E W 0 P and T A St Louis L I A L A a iBs i 1 i r I TIN I I i IE TDR I to ut ar I atQ to to A I I LAnASTINK U the original and only durable wall coating entirely different from all kal nomlncs Ready for use in white or fourteen beautiful tints by adding coM water ARIES naturally prefer ALA BA STING for walls and cell ings became It tla pure clean durable Put In dry powdered form In flvepouna pack age with full dlrecUons LL kaleomlnes are cheap temporary from Whiting techalksciayn etc nnd atuclc on walls with de rnylng animal Clue AIJVQAb la not oleo nine EWARE of the dealer who he cnn sell you the came thing da ALtUASTIh1E or something Just as good Ire In not posted or la try ing to deceive you NI IN OFFERING something he has bought sheao and tries to sell on ALAIJAHTINE8 de mands ho may not realize the damage you will suffer by a knlsoznlno or your walls E SIDLE dealers will not buy a lawsuit Dealers risk one oiling and consumers by using Infringement Alabastlno Co own right to mAke wall coat fag to mix with cold water HE INTERIOR WALLS of every church and school should be coated only with pure durable ALa1JASTINl It safeguards HunOrwle ot tons used yearly for this work NT BUYING ALABASTIVE customers should avoid getting cheap kaliomlne different names Inoist on having our gooda In packages and properly labeled UISAXCE of wall is viated by ALAUASTINE It can bo used on plastered walls ceilings canrJbrusliit l1n Vii A child on It does net rub or scale off BTAIJLISHED In favor Shun all Imitations Ash dealer or druggist for tint ard tor tntrrl9Um COetfret AtiABASTlNB Urnnd Haplds Mich t Uso Certaini C nCr Price 15c 1 tn route toTexasI- n going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Bcltyou can enjoy r dinner the Parlor Cafe Carat a reasonable price and withdrawJto the Gentlemens Observation yourcigarinis pleasant and comforts as great as tn your home or your club Ladies rill find their comfort provided for i Ladies will cost you cents this the shortest chance and Cotrhee lIlIIIMn itlecpcru Illd tell and TUIIII I booklet oul Wo yuu LaBEAUMG Mo up TINE olther by health under paoer ob paint CHICAGO TO OMAHA DoubleII DailyService eUnoTIaRoEIford Uuliuiue Waterloo 1ort IlodcconuCouhoI I retuningnclalri care care sleeplne ears free dlnliiKcars Send to the undmicncd 4orn lrer copy of Pictures and Notes EnRouta Illustrat Ing tlitn new line as seen from limo car window Tkkots of agents of Il Jl JtL and connt t lint All 11 AiNHtiX H V lllltII r la 3 or Years an l I IAdepenlleucelsAssurdIfroutatoupyouthome 1 IfroutatoupyouthomeIn tralmi pamphlets Tina extrnenets of farmerrwealthyIn t of delegate etonnl full lI mulormauon artoreduoea can M la1 I I rallwron Superintendent ofwi i IntrrlorOttaw Canada r ctldrrM tbe If nd tim ed wuo will mall TouaUuM vuiniibieu etc rile uhOt K IlULtYttlUI of lra il riitlon nuvCanada AY SI araaK V UOIJIKS iBdlanaiKilli InO tI lIUADKItS OF TINS PAlUli 11ot1I11NOiU BUY ANVTUIKb AIIVKUTISKI IN ns COLUMNS i SHOULD INSIST WM HAVING WHAT TttUV JkSIC ItJU JIK t UBINO AM IWIITLTKS OU 1U ITATION i ROOFING Mls Rtd Rope for lap r IUadDIIlls- taeloddSaMUtaaforplutertlDletreo TNEfATMANIIIAaeallNetOCANONNI A N KU i8 iIT y ivUK1 VMITIO AO AHVKKTISKKtl- l Ilru luic Ibut you MUrf tt AUJvrtli 1- rent la IM yapsr a t Z 1r = L J 1 t l- tt C l 1 1cc I l 3 3Material 1 tI 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMrr 1 BEIU t Doors and Wmdcnvs Shingles c t Lime and Cement I Builders Hardware J i I j Paints Oils etc ESTIMATES t CHEERFULLY FUn ISIIEDH = FEED STUFFS i i X 0 1 Tiny Oat Corn Bran etc etc k f- VJ 1 I o 1 i ilL Piif v A QUESTION A treat Manj Americans Am Asking Themselves WASHINGTON D C April 30 1000 Is there any connection and if so what i between tho approach ot tho Republican Convention and tho fall elections on the one hand and tho Presidents sudden demand on Turkey on the other This is tho question that a good many public men are asking themselves The circum stances are certainly peculiar to say tho least It has been over three years since tho outrages complained of were co- momitted and they had been practically forgotten by every one except the miI sionaries who lost by than apparently even by the government until Secretary Hays splendid diplomacy ranging th the worldfor fresh windmills to fight unearthed them possibly with tho desire to firo the American heart wit dreams of imperial glory WAR TAXES 1 It is high timo that the war taxes t should be removed There is a surplus in tho treasury and this surplus is des tined to grow steadily if the taxes arc not stopped Of course It would be better I for nil concerned if Congress would r repeal the tariff which protects tho buj1 d t otwilldo nothing of tho kind t tnxt revenue Upon the showing which ho + makes tho repeal of the war taxes f part at least is practicable For tho fiscal year ending June 80 1000 the esI timated receipts of tho government are as follows Customs 8233000000 iin- ternal revenue 202000000 i miscella neon 135000000 total 500000000 The expenditures Including 185000 000 for tho army and on our war ac t count 55000000 for tho navy and 143000000 for pensions aggregating1 490000000 leaving a surplus of f70 000000 Plainly that 70000000 should not be exacted from tho people Array Scaadal IB Caba Tho most serious scandal that has yet t developed in connection with the War Department under tho present admin tration is that American army officers in Cuba have been drawing two salaries ono from their own govcrCncnt and the t other out of the revenues of Cuba OverI and above their legitimate salaries they hart been taking bonuses amounting to 5000 to 3000 apiece and this with tho r knowledge and consent of tho author ities at Washington The defense offered for this by tho administration iis thatt their salaries from tho United States government are not sufficient to maintain a them In becoming stylo and when tho fact Is cited that army odlceifi are forbidden by law to receive two salaries tho strange answer is made that tho laws of the United States are not in effect in Cuba but that the will of tho President I II1law there yNotice Net Needed There is no reason to attach special importance to on unofficial assurance i that Germany has no intention of at tempting to secure a territorial foothold in Brazil whero more than 1000000 German colonists have already establish ed themselves In tho event of such an Intention boo- ingh cherished in the Kaisers ambitious mind that more or less astute ruler II- t Is t not likely to go out of his way to servo us I rwitha notice to that effect Tho fi- rs1notice t f wo shall receive most probably h will bo of a clash between tho Germans t and tho Brazillians Then will como tho necessitated intervention of Ger 5 many for the protection of the lives and r property of the Germans after which the pLntlng of the German spurred heell l 1onBrazHllan soil mare HALE nearly a thor J JFOK colt works anYto1 family horse 5i t Bay black man I and tan nearly 10 hands high well bre- iif and perfectly gentle anybody can drive him Will sell one or both for cash or credit M A MoDANIEL J StateLino i c- Y l II l l itlI T Tko EArth Is Growing The earth is growing heavier at the average rate of COO tons n year The meteors or shooting or falling stars of which now again such brilliant displays rejoice tho careful watchers in pawing through the earths atmosphere are burnt up and fall onto the earths sur face occasionally in a heavy mass but most usually in small meteoric dust Prof Nordenskjold from his great ex perience estimated that from the cause named GOO tons fall uniformly and stead fly over the whole globo In each year and tho observations of Russian scion fists yield a similar result A Womans Awful Peril There Is only one chance to save your life and that is through an opvr ntlon were tho startling words heart by Mrs I U Hunt of Lime Ridge Vfla from her doctor after ho had vainly tried 1to earn her of a frightful case ot stom itch trouble and yellow jaundice Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Curl Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Try lt Only Oc Guar anteed For sale by all druggists De tt Qlllckir A Sunday Cablegram from Manila re ported active operations in the Philip plotS lost week and said that the week probably saw the finish of 1000 of tho Insurgents This has somewhat of a business sound to it It Is always un fortunate for circumstances to arise un peoplebutdone quickly If tho Philippine situation ia to be composed at oil ttwero best for tho Filipinos unwell as for tho Amer seas soldiery and treasury that it be done with more clcnty than has heroin fore marked the movement toward that end OISITUARY 4WtLluu JESSIE LUMSFOUD was born Sept 14th 1880 and died Feb 21th 1000 nged 19 years 5 months and 10 rodays Jessie was a good boy obedient to his parents having a proper respect for bU teachers and was well liked by hhis Associates Mysterious indeed U that providence that has taken from these loving parents this strong vigor ous young man just In the bloom of youth and almost ready to enter upon the active duties of life The cup which has been put into their handa is ono whoso bittcrncs can be conceivedonly from sad experience To sea tho loved ono around whom our fondest hopes have clustered languish and die to seek in vain for the happy face when the fam fly group assembles around the fireside to realize that he Is gone never to return theraycomforts of our holy religion would bee unsupportable But we mourn not as those who have no hope We find eol nace in the thought that God la wiso and docs all things well Ho is love and can not be unkind In His wisdom He has seen fit to call Jessie from this earth ton fairer and brighter land where there are no sad partings to rend tho heart and no trouble to furrow tho brow He can not come to us but we can go to Him Let us live to meet Him MAOISTKK NoticeAll persons indebted to Sanders Reeves by note or otherwise as tho pa per comes due are respectfully request ed to came and settle the same with Sept 27 E E REEVES lk CO MOIilllI AND OflIOIRHILKOAD TilE POPULAR LINE FO- RStnufeCGlcagoBtPaulOtnahaKan sae City Detroit Toledo and nil points North EMI and West Cairo New Or leans Mobile rIrraJnchara Nash tllle Chattnnooj Montgomery Tbotnnn vllle Atlanta Augusta Charleston Sa vannah JaaksonilHe Tamp + Port Tam pa Miami and nil points in the South east Elegant VeiUboledJFjrit Class Coaches with smoking roamid complete toilet rooms and Icvntorlen for ladles and gen tlemen Porter in attendauee charged with the comfort of the paiintera Also Vestibuled Palace Sleeping Cars with Drawing Room anil Duffel between Si Louie and Mobile New Orleans Montgomery Tbomaivllle and Jnoksonfille Fla E n DLAIR Traveling Passenger Agent Jackson Tenn ANNOUNCEMENTS I ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAILROAD CALIFORNIA VIA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati and from Loalstllle every Monday lied Friday From Chicago every Wednesday Personally conducted Run Ibroueh to Los Angeles and SitU Francisco via New Orleans In connec ldos with the Southern Pacific Couneo lion made with laity trains out of New Orleans for the Pacific Coast Tae Limited of the Illinois Central connects on Mondays and Thursdays at New Orleans with the Sunset Limited of the SouthI ern Pacific giving special through lerrlce Sun FrllocillcoI 3FULL PARTICULARS concerning all of lime Whore can bo hadof agents of the Illinois Central or by ad dreising W A Kellood A 0 P A LoullTilie Kj The 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