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eiisehold affairs theqing of both fact and fiction There la gossip bpxV nilpr Uookpti iarid 6 dozen thetr wideawake man and woman x11 t bL KHlokman1 11 1 ll tWII f t f f t tat PATIENCEi A VIRTUE Df Talmage Says We Are All Sad t iy inked of IL VrShoalil KxeroUe It In the Affair Is+ of Dnlly Ilfc Turn IlUoferd In IttoIlnrmonj Final Re 11wardof Patience Copy rich t 1900 by Louis Klopsch t This discourse of Dr Talmage Is a ull length portrait of a virtue which all admire and the lessons taught are very helpful Text Ilebrewa 1036 Ve have need of patience Yes we ore In awful need of it Somei j of us have a little of it and some of ui9 l thisJ other Faith hope End charity are ii abloom In hundreds of souls whereyo find one specimen of patient Paul the author of the text on a conspicuous o ca lon lost his patience with a co worker and from the way he urges this virtue upon the Hebrews upon the C rinthians upon the Thessalonians u on the Romans upon the Colosslanx t upon the young theological student Timothy I conclude he was speaking out of his own need of more of this I excellence And I only wonder that p Imprisond1 1i tone arrest for treason and consplr eqy the wear and tear of preaching to ngry mobs those at the door of theater nUll those on the rocks of Mars bill left him emaciated and invalid and i Kith a broken voice and sore eyes and nerves a jangle Ife gives us a snap shot i f himself when he describes leis ap pearance nod his sermonic delivery by lielaying In bodily presence weak and i In speech contemptible and refers this o Inflamed eyelids when speaking of the ardent friendship of the Galatians lie says If it had been possible ye ivould have plucked out your own eye r pod have given them to me We admire roost that which we have ii If unlmpresshelJoges with discordant voices most extol mu steal cadence those of us with stam mering speech most wonder at el quence those of us who get provoked at trifles and are naturally irascible ap predate in others the equipoise and the calm endurance pi patience So Paul with hands tremulous with the agita Lions of a lifetime writes of the Goof d patience and of ministers of God I in much patience and of patience of I hope and tells diem to follow after patience and wants them to run with patience and speaks of those pattlencechargeuYeDo not boast that you are placid and optimistic and free from the spirit of scold If those who are unfortunate could change lots with you they would be just as RunjhIn3WIt inot religionI capacitytoenough coupons cut off to meet all your expenses and complimentary mention and capacity fo leave your horses in A stable because you need a brisk walk down the nvenut The recording angel making a pen out of some plume of a bird of paradise Is not getting ready to c write opposite your name anything np 1 f plaudatory All your sublime equilib f rium of temperament la the result of thingsct gocmanythereyou greatInvestmentti mine ceases to yield You get land poor Your mills that yielded marvels t of wealth are eclipsed by mills with newlyinvented machinery You get un der the feet of the bears of Wall street For the first time In your life you need willingtoment you get a distressful feeling at the Rbueoif your brain Insomnia and youYour x tune Your circle of acquaintances nar rows and where once you were op t qpressed by the fact that you had not time enough to return onehalf of tile social calls mode upon you now the card basket In your hallway is empty and your chief callers are your cred I whI I scrlption Now you understand how people can become pessimistic and cynical andI i icgpalrfn You have reached that Huge yourself Now you need some thing that you have not But I know I haveIup the road or the sidewalk a wee ecngcr of God Her nitlre is unpretending She has no wings for sheI- K not an angel but there is some I thing In her countenance that implies rescue and deliverance She comes popuiouta with the affluent and into the hall way where the tapestry IHI getting t faded and frayed the place now all cuipty of worldlyI admirers I will1 tell you her name If you would like tt to know it Paul baptized krr gsvo her the right name She is no- dd brilliant but strong There is n deep quictknod In her manner and a firm ncsa IP her trend and in her hand Is a scroll revealing her mission She comes front Heaven She was born la the throneroom of the King This is Patience Ye have need of pat t tience Many of the nations of the earth haveput their admiration of this vie tue into proverb or epigram One of those eastern proverbs says VIth time and patience the mulberry leaf pruverrbIII I Myst are the fingers still The Italian I proverb says The world is his who patience The English proverb tclarcs When one door shuts an other opens All these proverbs only put in another way Paula terseness when he says Yo have need of pa tience First patience with the faults of others No one keeps the Ten Com mandments equally well Ones tern perament decides which command ments he shall come nearest to keep- Ing If we break some of the com mandments ourselves why be so hart on those who break others of the ten r If you and I run against one verse of the twentieth chapter of Exodus why should wo so severely excoriate those who run against another verso of the same chapter Until we are perfect ourselves we ought to be lenient with our neighbors Imperfections Yet it is often the case that moojt theftuwhen profanity is worse than theft ofcroan the former is robbery of God Perhaps he is given to defamation andl beto opt manslaughter not realizing that the assassination of character is the worst kind of assassination The laver for washing in the ancient tabernacle was at iU side burnished like a looking glass so that thoso that approached that layer might see their need a washing and if by the Gospel looking glass we discovered our own need of moaeconomic of denunciation Again this grace Iis needed to help In time of physical ailments What vast multitudes are in perpetual pain while others are subject to occasional paroxysm Almost everyone has sofa disorder to which he is occasionally subjected It is rheumatism or neu ralgla or sick headache or indigestion A draft from an open window or hasty mastication or overwork brings- s on that old spell and you think you would rather have almost anything else but that la because you have not tried the other Almost everyone has something which ho wishes ho hndjj not There are scores of diseases etrI ready to attack the human frame ourorace ever since Adam and Eye rev signed their Innocence as well as the worlds health It Is amazing how per sistent and methodic thoso disorders J are in their attack on the world and how regular is the harvest which I with the sharp scythe of pain they mow down for the grave No such disciplined and courageous army ever marched as the army of physical suf teeing They do their work in the order I name and you may depend upon their keeping on in that same order for a good while yet first of all tu berculosis next organic heart dis ease next pneumonia next in number of its victims is apoplexy next Jrlghts disease next cancer nex typhoid fever next paralysis Those right diseases are the worst despoil ers lof human life The doctors with solutions and lancets and anodynes and cataplasms are In a brave tight against the physiological devils tha try to possess the human race But after all the scientists can do there is a demand for patience Nothing can take the place of that It is needed this moment In every sick room and along the alreeta anti in business places and shops where breadwinner- are I compelled to ton when physically incompetent to move n pen or cal culate a column of figures or control a shovel But every pastor could show you instances of complete hn ilness under physical suffering liei could take you to that garret or to that hospital or to some room In hisI parish where sits in rocking chair or lies upon a pillow some one who has not 6cn a well day In ten years an yet has never been heard to utter aI word of complaint The grace of Go has triumphed in her soul as it never triumphs in the soul of one who 1 I vigorous and athletic That grace helped tho soldier dur- Ing the American civil war His armI bad been amputated and he said to aI delegate of the Christian commission It seems to me I cannot be gratefulI enough for losing my arm It made me thoughtful and opened the way for your delegates to visit me ThisI grace was well demonstrated by aI prominent Christian man who wasI laid aside by a severe Illness during a revival When his services were moe d needed and when some one deplore- this he said cheerfully My part Is to lie here and cough My friend do not give up useful activities because you are in pain Some of the worlds beat work has been done while Jn physical distress Walte- Scott was in agony of pain while wri- tling Ivanhoe Oh beautiful grace of patienceI It takes discords and tut them into harmony It smooths the chapped sea It kindles gloom into glow It turns requiem Into grand march It trusts when It cannot understand It forgives dare forgive ness is asked Gracious Godl Give i to us give it to us now give it to us in abundanceINow let us title hour turn over I 1new leaf and banish worriment an care out of all our lives Just see hoe multlpllt I I your disposition and tprn your You are ten yenta older than yo I ought to be Do two things one for the betterment of your spiritual con dition and the other for the safety o t your worldly interests First ge your heart right vlth God by beln pardoned through the atonement o Jesus Christ That will give security for your souls welfare Then get your life insured In some Wellcstab ithed life insurance company nia will take from you all anxiety about the welfare of your household in caseI of your sudden demise The salutary i Influence of such insurance is not Iai flclently understood Many a bread winner long since de ceased would now have been alive and well but for the reason that whet ho WIll prostrated he saw that in casa of hla decease his family would go to the poorhouse or have an awful strug gle for daily bread But for that anx iety ho would have got well That anxiety defied all that the beat phy sicians could do Supposing throe two duties attended to the ono for the safety of your soul in this world and the next and the other for the safety of your family if you pass out of this life make n new start If possible have your family altttng room you can lot in the sunlight Have a musical instrument if you can afford it harp or piano or bass viol or parlor organ Learn how to play it yourself or have your children learn how to playon It Let bright colors dom irate in your room If there are pic p tures on the wall let them not bo sug gestive of battlefields which arc al ways cruel of deathbeds which are ofa orolwithout the perpetual commemora tion of past miseries If you sing in your home or your church do not al ways choose tunes of long meter Far better to have your patience aug mented by the consideration that tho misfortunes of this life must soon terminate Hardly anyone lives to- 100 years but few live to SO while the majority quit thjs life before 50 You ought to be able God helping you to byrethe grace of God you will move into an improved residence and be compassed by all benign and excellent surroundings into an atmosphere every breath of which iis balmy and musiceand every emotion rapture A land partIpg This last summer I stood on Spar row hill four miles from Moscow It was the place where Napoleon stood and looked upon the city which h was about to capture His army had been in long marches and ovfnl fights I and fcarfulexhaustlonsand the came to Sparrow hill the shout went I up from tens of thousands of voices Moscow Moscow I do not wonder at the transport A rldps of hills sweeps round the city A river semicircles it with brilliance It Is a spectacle that you place in your mem ory as one of three or four most beau tiful scenes in all the earth Na poleon army marched on it In lour divisions four overwhelming torrents of valor and pomp Down Sparrow illl and through the beautiful valley and across the bridges and into the palaces which surrounded without one ehot of resistance because the avalanche of troops was irresistible There is the room In which Napoleon slept and his pillow which must have been very uneasy for oh how short parttof the city simultaneously drove ou that army Into the snowstorms under which 95000 men perished Row goo did triumphal march turn into hor rible demolition Today while I glto nntclpatonThese ongImarch and fearful battles and defeat have again and again mingled with inIoffItheIKing and the home of those who are to reign with Him for ever and ever Look at the towers and hear them ring with eternal Jubilee Look at the manypI i streets of burnished gold and hear the rumble of the chariots of those who are more than conquerors So i far from being driven back all the 13 entrancedare marching on and marching on neaterdweehave no power to foretell but once enlisted amid the bloodwashed host beIdarkImidnight It may be when the air is laden with springtime fragrance or chilled with falling snows jut enter throughy atIsinners Higher hills than any I have spoken of will guard that city More radiant waters than I saw in the Km thatdIheIonly fires kindled in that city will be the fires of splendor that shall ever thntIpartingbut thereran eternal farewell but no sadness in the utterance Then and thenosplaceforHeaven While love and joy and other graces enter Heaven she will stay out Patience beautiful Patience thattgate say Goodbyl I helped you In the battle of life but now that you hue gained the triumphs you need me soundsdsoothedvnowIcanIno more you there Is noth thereuare carry Good bylI I go back into the world from which tourtandtreachesfdown that poor suffering world 1 will go to assuage and comfort and out andtvalleys and on all its plains there It not one soul left that has seed of pa tlenc 1 f M i BOILER EXPLODED I Fefersons Killed and Twelvi Inv 1 jured Some Fatally O rf the latter Is n UauKliirr n I frnllhr MHwwnkrt llr Mvrr iho Unit Jilnl Coiii IHril tier Weilillnir Tel iit o Dee 4Fire men and one pereso I ajured by the explosion of a bo trill the power hniiRo of the Chl on i t Nortliwwlrrn road Monday cv jilit s vcrnl of the injured uro hn t n badly Unit they may die see11iti1 iandinfr near power house An toi manse flmnun nt power house liit rtly1 injured tiled on wry to ho nl1 ViiRust VVM section hi d truck by boiler Joseph Sp clr stvtion band caught under lo tHllIr Solinnr IS yenta old elf I iI auditing office of the North w flyingtlIe rn while walking past power jio kr If mjnml John Iluttenvorth ch tiri rtrieian of the power house j111 frail IIrtd Internal Injuries wi1 ptardy tilt UKUIit hec- ktt s wsukec Injured hy part of1w reef of n jwrUr our lulling on lili Mrs August heck of Mllwau ktv known agulntt a scut Internally inj rrl may die William Becker of Sh l ian Wis severely bruised Mr Uliol Meeker of Shrboygnn Wi iightly bruited Michael Me Or pr severely burned may die lo pI hotkl severely burned Of rrIilllU severely burned John Ur MV serer ly burned Curl Potent net broken August llnltz side and an fiiwd Eugene Gingrich blown slightlyebrl s1 tv power house was n 1wuoo tory Useypa nfr station and north of the tru 6 lending Into It On Use first fib s tile boiler room costs alnllll a 1 Ir of four boilers and the dy na room which lipId nine dyne nu Twelrr men wore cfliployed net ivi the building and In d Htion to orit of these as were present at ti t be n number of ntnuiKern were itsi deg ariiiiml waichlng the dr ns i aI I not known what OBIIIMHI the ox now m everything In the boiler roi i cuied in excellent condition ac iniiig to the Injured teen who Htr Jooll In tilt place At a few mitt ut sift oclock one of the boilers In i renter u she row of loose burst Wit detonation that arcs plainv Thesthett i was the wtuk pant of the deni 1tril CS sail 1 JAntlM bllY 10 ft- f l front Its starting lmtntI Thl- tOiIr itself which weighedI den tons He n ilistance of CO feet from the ben er house Jagittta the explosion occurred the Ah1fl nil limited train wan pulling ou of notation and all the cars except the Pullman sleeper cord n drawing ro m jonr had pawed The toiler fttrunlthe car In Use roar while the KMlorJiPad plowed through the nor immediately In front Fortunately bo H fleW high end struck Use ears love the wlndutr carrying awn jTortlons of the roof and vestibule Jut f90ot the passengers happened st the time to be In the ends of the two cars 3ilt by the flying metal and itch of there as were hurt were struck ly flying splinters or suffered from liIiig thrown violently to the floor of Vr car Milwaukee Win net 4Mrs Au 1frti fleck who was injured In the power house explosion In Chicago is a daughter of Chariest Ulhloln a wrollhy brewer of this shy Mrs heck was recently married nod with hr husband WOH Just completing their wedding trig THE DUCAL PAIR The Duke and Dnclie of Mnnclim- trr Rid Mr Zlmmrrninn Inuurd a Quirt Sunilny NeW York Dec sTho duke of Manchester the duchess of Manches ter anti Eugene Zimmerman her lather passed the day qiilotly nt the Holland house Tho two detectives vho met them at the pier have 4 ocn withdrawn nnd Cnpt McCltisky cx plal ell their presence there by Nay ing Two letters evidently from n crank making vague throats of egg log the duke and duchess were the cause of my sending Detective Ser geants Vnllcly and Stripy 1o meet them on their nrrlvnl the need for their scrvlcen no longer exists and thcv have been withdrawn from their attendance upon the duke and ht wiry Beyond this there Is nothing to say I refuse most decidedly fo make public use wording of the jotters poison Will Itecovrr New York Dec 4Lleut Klclmrd 1istrson Hobson U S N Who lIs ill with typhoid fever nt the Pivabyte triad Hospital was Enid at rthat instltu tlou to bo getting along nicely with synfpjloms very favorable for hit hpecdy recovery Iunuior Drroured nChild CnrtwrJght WIs Dec 4Au 8year old daughter of C F IMIey n farmer lhiiabout 10 miles from here In 1hr iIfIJrook Kottlemcnt itna carried JWJiv byli huge panther and dc vuuret 1J t y tif r Tho ordinary everyday life of most of our women U a ceaseless treadmill of work How much harder the daily tasks become when Homo derangement of tho tomato organs makes every movement painful and keeps tho nervous system all unstrung I Ono day she is wretched and utterly miserable in a day or two oho is bettor and laughs at her fears thinking thoro is nothing much tho matter after nil j but before night the deadly backacho reappears tho limbs trcmblo tho lips twitch clutchingherNo woman ought to arrive at this terrible state of misery because theso symptoms nro a suro forerunner of womb troubles She must remember that Lydla E llnk IiumH Vegetable an infallible curo forall femal rills such Irregularity of periods which cause weak stomach sick headache otc displacements and inflammation of tho womb or any of tho multitudes of ill nesses which besot tho female organism Mrs Gooiton wrote to Mrs Pfnkhm wish shm was In grant trouble far lattar tails tha raauttD- uiB MM PWKiUMrI am Tory grateful to you for your kindness and tho interest you liavo taken in mo nod truly believe that your medicine and advice vw worth more to A woman than all the doctors in tho world My troubles began with Inflam mation and hemorrhages from tho kidneys then inflammation congestion and falling of the womb and Inflammation of the ovaries I underwent local treatment every day for some Umej then after nearly two months tho doctor gave mo pormUsion to go back to work I went brick but In less than n week was compelled to give up and go to bad On break InK down tho second time 1 decided to let doctors and medicines mono and try your remedies Before tho Ont bottle was gone I felt the effects of it Three tsetllwofL rlliiJIIDkkaetsVegetable Cotnpcmml and a package or Sanativo Wah did me more good than all the doctors treatments and medicine I have gained twelve pounds during the Ik1BdI 5000 EWAR 0 aIrptlulftOPkthcaBittcMuolltttM m HuUltutn wI are coaetaetlyI pabMsa na vs hew 4witla the XMiMu Guy lUak ol Lrnn Mui fLMd b will tie pew to uy ptnoQ who will thaw lUc Ib aWi it sot tnotat or wn pobbibcd Won oUilolnt lice iptcul ptnotetoo ITDt A It rutcoiu Msfiicuia Co WALTHAM WATCHES- It is not alone tht value of the I jewels that makes a firstclass watchit is the brains that have planned its construction It is mechanical skill and knowledge that have made Waltham Watches the best in the world II The Perfected American TVttcAan Wuslniccf boos of Interesting Information about watches Will be sent free upon request American Wal ham Watch Company WaWum Mass INCHESTERGUN Tells alt alwlt WlE ester Rifles Sfeolgms and AmtHltlM Send name and address cn a postal now Dont delay If you are interested WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW HAVEN CONN A trumltlhDhOU1e T a ObnoxiousCuresRINK IIi4B pallcI which renders Iwiltsfor convincing evidence rilEPAQUIN IMMUNE CO Dept 25r Lout Me To W C T Ue Workers nlatoI OUXI1T3007 la IT Yet lath Jtlrcet Htvr I1 HO FOR OKLAHOMA ttlmtaebctILepillsswbd1rnedatrsillutr4 ualdiwillawrILtsdauu naarorh M Top Snap- CnnnIcte Iloublv I1115Itr c I IP POWELL FISH C d r TACkLEII foe tin I stirrul PATENTSUholttopiniontoul IPqDh Uir DROPSY DISCOnKri gives rllf Ddcnr wont 1 trrU IVJiH 1 ill I l j- 1U i L r yrpw + rlw+ + t +wMw f w y + k L t 4d NIfllffrFtt 6Efffti 1Q if4itb- F It 0 F STATE NEWS ITEMS V tI ilI9I3i3iTHE iS EMPTY rTtome InlliaaU That the Allege al KorMrnJHrrrlck In Not DtrAd IIU Wit llroinrrlr t rrlncutoniKy Dec 1Theta have developmentsin e i newly made rnive of Merrlck IsI omp1 1t whytlLlilerrlok war itrnHUd suvcntl clays nfu charged with JinvliiR forgedl the nnino of his firma It U Kcvll Juatu chVeklt pn banks lu Illinois and Mltutotirl e7he fuHthal IIQ won a forjcr WWI Unclosed in deposition r whltfh nccomiMnJH hU wife lieU I ton for n divorce otherwise hu inlfht never Juno been found out Manic k was taken suddenly 111 rvt his honk nmljdiysiclaiis advised against hU be lug taken to Jail Merrlak RTO tutcfldlly wane though Ute cause his Hlnctis wnll a myntery Ou hU tljjnth bed he revecilcd tip wifes dill rtnnlfnr his hlTectionM offtrs ftfIfrrllk was ummcd in Jnincn Moore who had been her hunbandn bosom friend Nobody can be found who known anytbinanbnutthelattyIhningbecehumcd n k den Drill tccnllar illneiw it Will rut utorrd at tlio Unto that he liad bee poisoned Princeton KyM Dee IIrank Me rrick father hits refused to allow hl I spas grave to be rcqpqnej 1 to nice lain or not whether Ilie body hue boon removed Most Ipeople are antlllfletl that thnfrrnve was oixuicd The the thai the aged father la opjxifced to disturbing the grove caused comment but no iltfnlflrance IM attached to 1 u by thoM in a 1Rl fntbcr In n tnnn 01 Integrityills de alston It prompted by six love for hi only win Mrs Moore her left Princeton and can not be located Mcrrlcks widow who was married1 to Jamca Moore on thee day follow lnfj his burial swore when the Ileens- woA famed that her husband wax dead rcpirdleM of the fact that 7earl everybody wan Inclined to believe the hk reported death was merely n rut poselblyII- slnee however that Merrlek died though whether of natural causes or not InI not explained to the witUfao tbln of everylHMly The fact that hir body war swollen haw caused many to believe that he was polnoned I doterLt cnae 4Merrlck was polfconed the guilty iwrneii wrre deslrov of getting rti of tho body to escape detection If th auUtorlUe udiumed him lama Merrlek cousin 6f the dfftd forger waa the last tnnn v1io left tile grnvo after the burial and lie Innrkfd Uw grove In anticipation of grave robber On Investigation the next morning It war found that ROme oK the marks were remaining or mar r of tho same kind but they were at the foot of the grave It hall lncn been found that n nun disguised Ha n trnsnp wntebod the burial from the I covey and unit ween to cxnmino tin iiwund On that night a tightly cu II tnincd cloMetl wagon wax seen by I many to llenle from the lane leading to the burying ground and 4 he driver drove hlx tram at A very tepid m4o over a rock road All tiiin IItttds to the belief that the grove mIl opened 0 Hllllnm Cllionn Caplnrrd AtCilnnd Ky Dec 3Vllllnm ant win the child murderer 1ft undoubt ally captured anti ofllcerH ofliar tat have given lilt the ehnw A Streetliti iniwtnjtc from Ilunh Ky wiiyn thatl he hari beam ctipturid iherfl and IU iwlng hold fur n reward Hiii cnptorn putt inlners mid have him nccretwl iIn the niliifx Jov Ilctikhnm In vjcpcolwl L to offer n rewtirtl Monday and It nIb nbly will bo SlIO An nnro ar It In of frrnj the limn win bo takvn to Cat ltt1mrg und innied over to the projler ofllclnls 1lnnk Inrorp rntf il- tt FiM lcfort I iCy IhCJl1le follow Ingoanka iinvo tiled art cleii of fncor IIjpratlan wlh the necrtlnry of Htnto Iwjploii Hank ofHhcpardavlH IluU 0 JlttS county Capital stock 13000 Incorporntors UlHiani and 0 W Slrninonn and farrlnrtm Bran lien tci pn County Savings bank of Cory Jon Cnpltnt tock i oou Incor jKirator O W Cruncher John Ilnn knt and 50 Qthers ClirUiinii Clulrch Julillrc Txxington Ky Kov 30 There wu a jubilee ecrvicu nt the Central Clirlw tan church lucre Thursday for tho doable purpose of ccj liratlniy tho reo diictlon cl the church debt from 910 000 to about fl000 null to commemo rate the unnlvtrrRifry of the entry of the pastor Jlnv I J Speneer into the ChrlNtlan church ministry just u l9 quartor f of n century ago J LtteN WUli llruUrn Krolc Mayfield Ky Dec 3OlnN Kay den who Ml from tho DnpUnt cliurch tJiaturJny afternoon JG pull living blip fall nuKed the JlslocnUon of the neck but Dr J II Wooley reduced the dlHlocatlon and the patient may r1few Judge OV cnr Pine Wlllnnubur 1 y nee 1Tudr Ed C Oltcnr wIll win Jaunting withv two friends nenr Orayo wns nrrci ted with them for trcoppssing1 ou the front of n man wined Cox lie wax h r Jot off with i t nnl fine a rr S s t ON THE FLOOD Nearly 1OOOOO Log Klontbd DOW- RIthetlltle Hirer South of LotiU vllle Thursday Kimlil JoulivHie Ky Xov 30U IIs ej timuted that nearly 100000 logs Thursday night floated down the Ohio river south of Louisville jhc SudyKentllekwern sot adrift by the floods that fol lowed the recent rains Tho logs are valued at from 5 to 110 cauli and a number were caught at LouUvJlle For a while there WBH great flange of n gorge forming under the Hlg Jour bridge but this was prevented Tho ferryboats were ncrlously Inter fered with and tomc of the river Mcaihcm tied up for fear of being sunk by the floating logs NEITHER WAS HURT Cunt llusnn unit IIU sun llol hen Orrr thr KnlU In a Flatboat at LunUvlllr Loulmllle KyM Nov 30cnVt Aus tin U Dugan and his son lIob went over the fnllun a tlat bout Sunday morning but escaped1 death the little craft passing through the rapids andI whirlpools In safety and lodged o I Ionueylraalnbridge The men were at work a the bout when tho llnva snapped andI it drifted out Three boats mannedI heatribut In vain Two barges loaded with cool tiifco Went over the tulle butt en erjicd without Injury Tu Irlioncr Itrmovrd anduoilier guard left bore Sunday for Mt Starling with John Abbott who ham sbeen held without loll for killing Jay Burton mat week There wr apparently wellfounded ruwtra U1 n a mob was being formed 1o lynch Ab reemorn him at once to Mt Sterling Abbottlbrought here Sunday night He was flat taken to Vtlettnburg but the ofllcent found n crowd wnltlng to lynch GHxjon and were nfrud the enraged citizens might decide to cUe pease with a trial for Abbott wit w Uu rr or M Million Wllllamtport Ky Nov l0J B llenaker age l TO died at his homo near Dry Ridge Thurvday morning oj typhoid ever 3Ir jKeiaker tram 150dI nearly h 0of any man In the county lie leave I only one child Mrs Kate Conrad of this lace It Iis understood that he died without u will but was trying U frame one when he died Cot Kvlion Armlrd AKairs Hen Maiden of New Albany Ind were arrested In New Albany Friday afternoon by United States Marshal Pita and Chief of Police Adams Mrs Maiden Is charged with ming at Nelr lion a false affidavit for the purpose securing n pension The accused will be taken to Indianapolis to an aver before the United States court UorklinlilFM Most Inr Lnulnvlllc Ky Dec 3Judge Mil her him handed down on important decision in which ho holds that Hilt stockholder of tin defnnct Herman undervthe doable liability not for the Imo cured debts of tho company which nmonnt to 11701140 Tho decision WUH in the mile of Sol JeIIgnlod the stockholders Uh rcril and llrninrrlril- 0vtisboro Ky Nov 30 Thurs day nt the court house J K Coomca mid Mnrthu Coomra who were dl vorcwl1 just n year ago married lignin Squire Sutherland jwrformed the ceremony Frlomls of their r brought about n reconciliation nnd they chose Thanksgiving day as the day upon which to begin married lift again Slurrny succeeds Ira Cnillrmnn Frankfort Ky Dec 1Alljt Ocn John II Castlemann resignation be came effective Friday mill Oov leek 1iam promoted Assistant Adjt Gen vxanayPercyI I Murray as assistant adjutant genera t1u RItnrsses Loutttn Ky Dec 1John II A bott who It In charged killed Attor ucy Jay Burton wan held without mill on the churgo of murder In thot neat degree Abbott testified that llurton attempted to draw a revolver but there were no witnesses to the flair ICentnrkf UnlYfrHy Defeated Lexington 11 Nov 5 iIn A game flnlfthcd in the dark State college de tented Kentucky university retain ing tho local championship by a score of IS to 0 Two touultJowna wore made In the last ten minutes Four men had to leave the gamo because of injuries Fell Irom n Church Mayflcld Ky Nov 30Cnullc hay den a laborer on the now Baptist church fell from the top of the cu pola 80 foot and nuitainrd fatal Injuries e t 3 MISNOMERS Irish stew Jnotas Iris but as English dish- Turkish fboth did not or fit te In Turkey but in Socoiled nunlaii reality the skirt of the kc Turkeys do fIlIrel The bird is a native of Amcrlis Camels hair brushes are m idc from the soft bu hy tall of the pomtnon IgUI Tel Pruaalaa blue does not co4e Ito ui from Pritfflln It U a chomlfolI prodn not of which England makes lr full share fGerman silver is not silver Itall traetalsywhich was Invented In China dadUted there for centuries fCayenne pepper is prepared sot troll a pepper plant but from a ul cum Neither Is burgundy pitch pitch norb floes It come from liurgundyf Cork legs are not constructedof cork neither did they come from the tI city of that name The usual mnte rial for a cork leg III weeplnqwHww covered with rawhide IaAn Injustice Is done Germany isn calling the cheap but useful wooden cased clocks she Jlftl to long produced of Dutch The mistake arises fret ht German word for GermnnD utCb cometfrom Joruralem The plant li ont a native of the Holy Land The Jeruw lem artichoke ile II sunflovjer and gains its name from the t rentb treed glratole meaning plant whieh turns toward tho sunvCleopatra needle has potlilnj to upnI about 1000 years Ifrfore that lady wes recordaIor whose wonderful ejcploitli 1m raved in the Temple of Karnak slid Ir the Dritivh museum I i THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD sWlfztr1lDd I During the year 1809 exported 3000000 worth of cbresr laII Duluth with 250000 bushels of valued at 408000 1 A vast bell of sulphur has latfly ben discovered In the region eastward ol the Caspian sea which Is said t be one worldt I The minister of public we ks forIFrance reports that In the nth I months of 1000 France produ rd 144 603 tons of steel rails against 1 8698 la the fleet halt of 1609 Produc Ion ol1 pig iron was J34SB8 tons lit I 1297041 Switchboard for the head tg olP j electric currents hive grown a JEt and complexity with the i negating powerof the modern dynamo until they are now highly Important anf cordy adjuncts of eictrical intallatl c One of the most Important iniittriei of the Bahama islands Is the gJiiertng et pink pearls It I the onl a IaI the world where these pearls are These pearls when perfect bring ve high price It Is said from 10 U J 1000 These haa just been started at Stem benvillc 0 the first American manu factory of glass marbles which her Sl hitherto been imported from Oerjj many ECHOES FROM INDIA I In his recent report on the Indian famine the viceroy Lord turxon ay that it is impossible to tell the aJtual II 1 mortality but there ha apparently been an excess of deaths over th normal number of 750000 The infantile mortality in Calcutta tauootI ratio being 5043 the Hindu rilloI 5847 while tho Chrlstlua was paly 1744 i Till AItKFT3 Cincinnati Dec J CATTLE Common W 3 b Extra butchers 4 E5t 4 T5 CALVES Extra JO 7 00 HOGS CHiolcc packers 4 70 n 4 72 4I Mixed packers T 4 55 P 4 83 SHEEP Extra 3 GOii 3 75 LAMUS Extra n 5 00 PLOUlt Spring Pat S 00 n 130 11l1EATNn 3 red U 1W COUXXo1 mixed tI 373+I OATS No 2 mixedI 4- IiAYteat r HYJJNo 2 ill 55 timothye14 sQ IOllK Family frjl 5 o LAUD Steam fa C 75 BUTTKKCh dnlryI 15 Choice creamery =1- Al1L1eSCh to fancy 2 3 110 POTATOES Per brl 1 75t J i- OTOIIACCONcw 0 25 ft 110 Old 1206 g3 5 Cltlvnifu IOUJtWln ltittent 3 GS a 3 O WHEAT NO 2 mi 7ivi 73 No aspring 07 to 0 c6tCOINNoOATS No 2 22vIIVE W- VOIIK MCHB 11 00 alt 12Y 02VbFLOUIl Win patent 3 GO tQ 3 ao WHEAT No 2 red u1 7 81 4- COUNrNo I 2 mixed qJ 5y4 OATS No 2 mixed II 2i41- 1YK rt Wt POiIK1amity 15 50 u165- 0LAnUqtlun rt 7 42 4- itiiltlinare WHEAT No 2 red 71 fc I 71 Southern 05 fa 24 CORN No 2 mixed 13 fi 43i4 OATS No 2 mixed 2t1a 61t aVlTLE llutchera toI 00 u 5 15 HOGS Western 5 40Ii 550 LunUvllle- FLOUIl Win patent 4 25 tI 4 70 WHEATNO 2 redr 7- COUNMlxetl n 41 WftIOHKe LAHU Steam 0700Inillnnnpolli M WHEAT No 2 red n M1 t1 jif0N180I r- yl I The Chlnei Ataianae There It no work in the world of which tthtualuekylar othirwhwtor commepolni say undertaking for marrying burying or luckydsvtli Jlltlerll is taken for contiJlatioa indl arstiltolblciepIt biliouinew liver or kidI orders will cure all thtie 11II A IIUrrrnlnK Woman Oh yea said young Mr Hlaclutone ItI hive been admitted to the bar but I sea practicing regularly at It IndeedI mutittired Mlas Gooph I thought you prtctlrtd very often And the young man witlied that he lied sot placed 10 much reliance in those deuce lUlthnore Americantt Drnfnr Cannot lie Cared reachtheI isLfrllUattIIon inflamed rendition of the mu lthclahisHjund or Imperfect hearing nnd when it s entirely closed dtxfniSs 3e the result awl unltffii the niilammation can be taker out conndltionine eases of of ten are caused by catarrh which Iit nothing but an fnflaKKl condition Lir the mucous caviaresaWe will give One lfundretl Dollars for any CM of Deafneu rnunol by cntarih that fSendI rcrI0SoldI Halls family fills are the best JFor the looks of tile Tiling Sttlarh there really any literary ad- antage in the poiietiion of a de luxe tdl tkin of any others works fajunun Not that I am aware of Then soy is It that to many people at- YaagtepNy e i an extravagant price for one lust for de laze of the thing I suppose Jeslon Courier + s A rhr lelnn Irrjiprlpdnn Abmit four years ago Miss J M Desmond Crwtotefetft on my skin of Palmers Lotion which WI i prescribed for me by one of our leadtinn phyiieuns that I recommend it to ali my friend Many others who have ued Palmers Lotion find it so beneficial tbat they claim there iis nothing else so good for skin diseases Palmer Lotion Soap pot tbitLotklnwith it in preference to any other soap ItCr your drurciit doe not keep it tend to Solon Palmer 374 Icr1rcet New York tlonttu1 Its the Other Fellow Rea r I Bingham Yes this U a fine eta bh meat and one might suppose you are very hippy in it Slut dont you oraetimtaworr fStilsonObthe landlord has qualms Ihi regard to that matter Hokton Transcript wMeit fur the vowels No matter what ails you beadVde i a youbowelscur you without a gripe or pain producei easy natural movements cost you jCAt 10 cents to start getting your health bad Catcareta Candy Cathartic the genuine put I 1 boxes every tablet has C C Ctalonstampede it Heware of imitations WomansRessOureetulness Among the funny things which women do is to spread an old red ahawt over the sofa and put a candle with a red shade on a table near by and call it an oriental co ner Atchiion Globe 4 i Cxcnmlon sleepers Via M KTRWttltly Fvcu ion SItcperteave St LauL IIia Katy Flyer lM It AT Ky every Tues at f810 p m for Kan Antonio laA telt and Sn Francisco KentHas City via the M K k T Ky every Saturday It DM p m for Sao Antonio Los doge ks and San Francisco 0Mather Unusual R wrra Heres an account of a strange happening a child almost choked to death bypipSowers1Vhat Is there strange about its Became it was a safetypin Judge 0The Ceninn of 1000 i A booklet giving the population of all cities of the United States of 2500 and- over according to the census of 1000 has Just been issued by the paarrnger depart ment of the Chicago Milwaukee 4 St Paul Koilway iJ1dap copy of it may be obtained by sending your sddreu with t stamp to pay postage to the Oeocral Pa Krd A 1laUway ChicagoIll Milwaukee i i orneigbI a cover the combination and let you in without prying Detroit Journal DThe nest Prriurltitlon for ChUb and Fever Is abottlo of Guavas TATtL CmuloNio Ides simply iron amid q tlaln- oatastclcu form No euro no pay Irlcc Oe Yer no turtle an pathriotic Amurican No more are youl Thot Oi am 1 cot me 11111tnlttl before ilictlon an voted loll e a News Vi To Cure n Cold In One In r ill DromoQalnlnoTabletsA 2- 10wCiticus Has Daub made a success as an artist CynlcuaYes indeed He be TopirlI 0Pisos Cure cannot be too highly spoken asa cough cureJ W OlIrlton 322 fhi- Ave N Minneapofis MfnnIan 0 190- 0WigglesCan roe speak French 1V 411 glel A little That iit I can shrug n shoulders Somerville Journal requiredYto dye wiu CTNJLM by nfl ilruggUts 0-t Men are seldom charitable on an emp t stomach Chicago IXilly News Tis sweet to kissso is Kisme Gum to chew The only wife bet on recordthe alphabet Chicago News- Knowledge tomcR with what xve Ira wisdom with what we unlearnJudge- It is hard to Jo of course still you can lbe ool11Atchlon Globe rr t- t log r1nfuta ud ltlrenIIluss Use Thr Fir Slpltln Ovar thIrty Years OfnKId tau Nato Always dirrhl- ml I ceMraul COMPANY it rullMrrtLTatWTeaa om WOES OFF WORKERS r industrious Our leisure class U small Tho American man or woman is our working world very large Many of our leading citizens of great wealth classe9ere found in herds and hordes In the lilvcsof industry What isnll this work In most cases it Is for dally bread of others Greatn many for maintenance numbers also work to acquire wealth Some for great commercial prominence Some to preserve Intact splendid inheri tance Ncccsslty generosity and ambition arc the inspiration of all classes of industry and tho object of every one falls to tho ground when illhealth attacks him Maintaining health is the most vital thing in the world for workers of every class and the usefulness of Dr Greens Nervura blood and nerve remedy as a strcngthener of the constitutional and vital powers Js beyond all question This great remedy enters late partnership with Nature and helps human beings do- heir work without giving up to prema thOjminds Its strengthening power is wonderful Dr Greenes NERVURA or the Blood and Nerves What does the worker do when some chronic trouble manifests Itself Ho takes some stimulant or something which Is designed for temporary effect and simply weakens his already overworked system How different from this Is the work of Ncrvnral How oeautlful Its support to tho natural powers With out shock of any kind IU purely vegetable elements Iinwesecdlately the circulation of the blood improves and the sluggish 1 irc ca lied The ncrrrys are quieted the quality ofc- Jy emea pe the blood is enriched and the now and strengthening tide communicates Itself to every muscle of the bodylMr JOHN D SMITH Electrician for the ThomsonHoujton 7 Electric Co of Lynn Mass says- r II When a mAn has been sick and is cured it U hit duty to tell others about It that theyf 1 too get well Three years ago been working almost night and day could notmay Isl I eat regularly Bud got only s few p at night No man can stand that lORi and- y I to bo prostratid I could not sleep when I tried and my toot would not tay on mvltonucb I ris In a terrible condition and was much alarmed Jiwent to doctors but they did PIe no cood Learning of the wonderful good done by Dr Greene Nervura blood and nerve remedy I determined to try It It coral me com 1plt11 ofall my complaints I latheartily and sleep well thanks to this iplendld medicine iuaievofr to Ui the tremedy in exktence Dr Greene Kerruraa discoverer will give all health seekers his I counsel free ocharge His offlce sat 38 West 14th Street New York 1 City and his advice may be secured by personal call or by letter through the mail ao charge Is made la either case The wornout ia body mind or sexual powers will get prompt help from Dr Greene His advice is absolutely confidential and Is free to all DrBuIIsCougllII Cores a Cough or Cold at onco Cfm IIl ConquersCroupWhoopingCough j 1 Hoarseness Bronchitis OrlppoandJl Consumption Mothers praise it Doctors prescribe ItII I Quick sure results Get only Dr Bulls I Price 25 ccntr Dr Bulls PUll cure C atlpUoa FUty puta 10 eta TrW lox S NoIf ABSOLUTE SECURITY lnCInCarters I Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of d JL ofsee PsoSlmU Wnpptr Below tdTert r s1lsut u say It taYetsnattc l IIEAIACHE CARTERSF8I DIZZINESS FOil IIUIUSNESS Iii FOR TORN LIVER TTiI flR CONSTIPATION FIR SALLOW SKIN nl1HECIMPLEXIOJly lrarel1Tsetahw CURE SICK HEADACHE Er ntttl Delicious Dessert BurnhamrIlsatyJellycoomake delicious desserts You have nothing to do but dis solve it ia hot water and set U away to cool delightrnjelly orange strawberry raspberry peach wild cherry and unflavored calfafoot for making wine and coffee jellies Get a package today at your grocers 1 wa s7lxas Gt r ForSIOOiuaUnlptltM lbtlsob tlM ii BIO WU l ti awl1U2t un fit aWqu 4UUI ttVll krfdi dlar t wji7 Wb4M1a4L i I ant jrowrj M M w l t MdU xuhlorngweMwarna Louewuao a 1 1 I LOOK ttKtt COMPLEXION f That h 1150 remark mu dr R b r me eat thin wJtrllt tae itMDilon of a teat Itr or jour friend U your fciTiottilaz look mora beautiful oleir ranpltilon and a be tbIII akin and tbin ran bo had 67 prove treatroenU Dr Flack U a ciwclallt I on j dtaeftaes of the illn with 1 rartautoeaix CBIAM ence realer liii ulra 1 pin wrnk ea ruptlOBi tea al 1ffaolal bbailahesod KuirKLi ar keep 1 DealtnJ eon HI MlfiTi It a ftiMffi sppearan- Pr l Flacks Mvlo Skin Cram and KemJ llaa sate Kuller nallpd on receipt of HAUL Address HO VAT ClIKHICAa + OUR No mlFultlai Ate LIKtlNXATIOlHO TVenateaipoclatrof aU kinds of icedleal and tolltt iireiwratloni for ladle risen READERS OF Tins PAPER DE3IH1NU TO BUY AMYTUIKC ADVK11TI9BD IN ITS COLUMNS BllOULD INSIST WON UAVISO WHAT THEY ASK FOR KKrDSlKO ALL SUBSTITUTES on IMITATIONS t RISC i CUftE FOR llestlosah yesp Ira wa Use In timd Ioldbrdrug 1t CONSUMFCTION 0A N KB 182 J i J WHEN WKITINO TO ADVERTISERS please slate that ion law the AdvarlU I Steal Ia flies paper f I 1 t= f- A 4 a- wJr Uor r to J f t4 4a J k- r ej2ft in it WtI 1 t w+ware THE HICKMAN COURIER I EORGE WARREN HIOKMAN KY i FRIDAY DEC 71900 i i ANNOUNCEMENTS scrtoocssWo are authorized to announce Mr EM MITT W KOACK as a candidate for tho tot9ceof County Superintendent of Schools of Fulton count subject to the action of the Democrat io primary to be held April 6 1001 We are authorized to announce Miss DORA MKACHAM SMITH u a candidate for the office of Superintendent of e Common Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat 10 primary April 6 1001 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce Mr W A NAYLOR as a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton County subject to tho action of the Democratic Primary on April Oth 1901 We are authorized to announce GEOKQE CARPENTER as a candidate for tho of flee of Sheriff of Fulton County sub ject to the Democratic primary elec lion to be held April 6th 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr V Ton WRIGHT as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat r io primary April 8 1001 FOR COUNTY CLERK I We are authorized to aunounco S D t LUTXX as a candidate for re electioni to the office of County Court Clerk i subject to the Democratic primary electtea to be held April Oth 1001I We are authorized to announce Mr LoN BirORD aa a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk subjec- to the action of the Democratic pri mary to be held April 8 1901 WB are authorized to announce ARCH E DREVAKD as a candidate for tho of fee of Coiratr Court Clerk Bbject toti titheDemocratio primary to be heldt April G 1C01 I COHNTT JUDGE j We are avtbtriMd to announce HIRAM KKABBTCU 4 candidate for Count tauDi We are authorized to announce J F I MAS turn as a candidate for Judge ofI the Fulton Court subject to the action j of the Democratic primary to be heldI 414t April 61904 t I ly FOR ASSESSOR f Wetreauthorized to announce Trios Ii BLAMNOM as a candidate for the of flee of Tax Assessor subject to Dem ocratic primary to be held April C 1901 LurlissWAISOW M a candidate for the office TakAMeseor subject to the Demo erfttic primary to bo held April G 1001 YCORUM to announce A W aa a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to tho Demo cratic primary to bo held April 0 1001 J We are authorized to announce IL A BROWDKR as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subjectto the action of the Democratic primary to be held AprilS tOOL FOR JAILER We arc amthorized to announce MR Jo NotpnK M a candidate for re Ujfce office of Jailer bt Fulton coup I tiratibieet to the Democratic primary N be held April 6 1901 i f- k 4 k JFOROCUKTT ATTORXKY We are aathorized to announce Mr HENRY F RKXtfcr as a candidate for the office of County Attorney sub behe1dk FORAS6EBSORit r Mr A W Conics u a paadidate tor tb totlceof County Assessor He is a farm er a geatlevaa of high honor and integ tb tbrity and a democrat without guile His neighbors and acquaintances highly commend him for the place 1 o R A BROWDER Mr Eeb Browder as ho to familiars I known is announced as a candida for Assessor He belongs to one of tho oldest and most respected families of the county b a democrat was a gal last Confederate soldier is a clover gentle and thoroughly well qualified for the position It is doubtful if there is a man in this county better qualified for this particular office p liM BNQLAND AND UNITED STATES Great Britain has her eye sot on a 1 proportyhasg i of Uncle Sam for years and when J+ Dull claimed it some time ago we lute jI tachumo let him keep it until it was A i riiit its settled We fort gave it up to him In r ti Blend Uncle Sam should have stuck hIs IfW foot beneath Juo Bulls coat tail HO hard that ns has been said before ho could taste leather an long ta ho livi J o THB REVENUE TAX The short tesJion will rcdnto tho vr 11tllIIetc are dono away with it st ill be sonar tbini for they uro tedious and borhir Bomi rite Ilforte lo reduce CIa liirl they1Vhskey factturnteqnired to run the government 0III r t then no ono would bo hurt One cent ou every drink of intoxicants sold over tho bar would yield tho Government ono hundred millions of dollars n year As a mutter of truth taxes could be reduced mono equitably by reducing the tariff on somo articles of necessity to tho grentImass of the people but it will not done Tho documentary tax is bother some but is generally borne by people best able to stand it The truo old Democratic idea of taxation idI to reduce on articles of general need and consump tion but many democrat will vote with the republicans on the lino of doe ument stamps So it was niter our civil war and so it will be again o GLUT IN SQUAW MARKET Ambitious young men with matrimo uiul intentions are worded that there iis at present n glut in tho squaw marriageI market of tho Indian Territory Thot supply of eligible and eager suitors now exceed tho demand for them twenty toI ono and the standard is going up twoI points at a jump When some heart jless but imaginative newspaper man carried away by tho possession of n telo graph wire sent abroad the report that in that delectable country woro 10000 beautiful Indian maidens uncle with twenty thousand dollars and ono thous and acres of cleared land he played u mean trick on every marriageable young man iu the country The young women ho said were well educated and would manage tho business delegating to thoI husband the task of spending money only Since tho publication of that trains for the nation have been crowded to tho danger point Roads trails mountain passes have likowiso bee tilled with sighing swains while others on horseback iu box earn afoot nnd on bicycles tended in the samo direction Now the cities and hamlets of tho coon try am tilled to overflowing nnd sonic are sleeping in woodsheds runt barns The wrest acceptable young women have long since become brides and they are lighting over the remnants Tho news mat fought viciously over an epileptic widow with four children Hcndorsou Gleaner Q MOST FEARED OF ALL If the London Dully Mall is correctly informed by its Cupe Town correspondent the impending revolt of the Capo Colony against British rule reported to that newspaper is full of danger to AfricayIt was Jan uprising of this nature which was most feared by tho British Government during tho progress of tho war with the Transvaal Republic and tho Orange Frco State Its mouaco iis no less Kczious now than when those two conqueredItof the extremely bitter antiBritish spirit aroused by tho stories of alleged Britt hi barbarity in dealing with tho Boors A definite revolt of tho Capo Colony attcndlngupon thoopcuinir of tho Dutch wookut would unquestionably make an irrcsist able appeal to all of Afrikander blood It would in all probability spread im mediatolv to Natal and would most cor thinly stimulate tho people of tho Trans sand and Oruugo Free State to a renewed desperate struggle for liberty This would wean a war in South Africa many times moro serious than that now in what has been ought to be its final phase o Japan is planning n worlds fair on u large scale for 1002 In that case many itais only a pleasant little voyage from Ma uila to Japan 0American volunteers are to bo encour aged to settle in the Philippines andl thus Americanize tho islands Of they are expected to settle the before settling in theme0 A cablegram from tin American con sal at Constantinople says the sultani has concluded to pay the United Statesi 11 i ArfprnceEuropean concert knows justj how long it is safe to stand oil its creditors and tho presence of tho helpYwas at least in earnest Now ill the time to do yonr Christmas festiyartoL I 300 a A cant a JACOB A RI IS LYMAN ABBOTTwill eontltute a erie of important papen on funda TO HAVE GOOD TKKT1I it is essential that you take good c fllf- I them A little care now nod doill never regret it years to come Our easeful examinations and irk mark our professional services a LIItluctlr superior aud satisfactory C li ing too dllllcnlt for our skill Charges that are met with pJeII UrIC McFALL f D1SI Ulti Ii il TWEKTYFOOTRIVER CHAN l ELllII i I KUOM CAIRO SOUTH TO THE fcfl f FDIEXICO NOVEL RIISEUWMB r P11OfLMSn A series of papers rend bcf6 n the Western Society of Engineer ti aung Of a deep watenvs from LakVMI beau to the Gulf of Mexico has been p lathe recently forming nn osccllen oat book ou n subject which sooner o Jitor must command tho attention of tCt m Urn west Among the numerous opera are studies on tho subject by Lyn 12 K Cooley and James A Seddon Mh these gentlemen have given the ut r close attention Mr Seddon has lr t- ed tho boat of his years to tho pr to a and tho discussion of the subject tally I grouped about what ho has dot d by actual engineering inveatigat is of tho territory and consideration t th problems that will have to be tIe out Mr Seddona propositions an taro1 as compared with those that liar tem offered in that they contemplate clan nel of twenty feet depth insteadd the fourteenfoot channel generally a taxi The particular merit of Mr S lions plan is that in working it out e has combined with it a solution of tLeveoI problems of the Missbwpil rivers j the reclamation of lands from overflo ift+ sides this with the one con ti eiv- operation e he has provided for jl r tblcht lusod for vast irrigation enter ria TheI reservoir proposed by Mr Seldou U th I St Francis basin south off St LouU To make it available ho wmld i nclono it with properly constructs dread nnd by means of these he would tgnlato tlo flow of the MiaHippl rivet M V lh I reeervutr The opening of Me rHerVwr In times of flood would rcduVn tiie vol Upwl1rUKlliSiippi ordinate rise In tho dryeaswa tho ronrvoir would bo made to VnppPy wa ter to tho lower river thus maintaining the required depth for navigation as well as furnishing water for irrigation aud other purposes REPUBLICs j The Administration plan ix to CJiiba is said to bo n limited repulilioindo pendent as to local affairs but anAmer scan dependency PO far as relations with tho outside world nro concerned This subject was considered by the Cabinet and President M Etlnley in believed to have about determined upon thtapolioy All tho foreign and diplomatic nfgotia tlons are to to made through Waying ton if the plan KOCH through apd the fortresses and principal ports are to remain under American control ct lensI for a limited time a Jnoksfor1 ed in ample time for dinner a Labor Saving Reading for Busy Men and Women in dayTHE OUTLOOK 52 nunbtrs year 1 I storyofA Weekly Newspaper andan Illustrated I I Abbottisthe Associate Editor I wIlllIvevividaccollntDenmttlranlmmlgranl travellerahouserobdemtandRoosneJIlISRutwrites Ricanor andI RALPH CONNOR themmtRock InnTxin10IIIOFFER SPECIAL a i an 11 To introduce THF OUTLOOK to neW read ers we will sendJt for centsprovided THE OUTLOOK NEW YORK KF NEW tats OLID46awV GOLD bfY1 41osATI SCHLENKERS 0 r TT T t T A A PipesIt B t HEATING STOVES I jjUtH received large supply of Heat 1inner pCalli I themI agents H i for the famous l jjlIIiII WILSON HEA onolllI vj burn pny thing tliut looks like smoke no usher less wood and more heat than any other V 1 jjNo made and see them I I L P W S ELLISON I Coal Vasest Coal cuttles T T Ip iIe INTERNATIONAL I STOCK FOOD 3 FEEDS FOR 1 CENT This In n practical and very Impor rant mattor to every stockman or anyone owning horses cattle sheep or hogs us tho health and vigorous condition o- wash anhnul dupunds the great question whether or not you are making or los ing money with your live stock It the animal IK ran down or tho dlgeutioa bo coiues weak then onnthlrd to one filth of tho groin oaten U not aiwiniUnted and pastes through the animal undigested and seine titan wanted It fo not what thoroughlyedigested tint reaulU in vigorous life and increased flra- h1uB1ll1iOll1 stoo Food Is a perfectly safe food for horeiu rattle ilittp uud hog in any oandition or any time of life it la rich in nutrition and tueatcatlonrTo use INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOU only corns stockmen Three Feeds 4 For One Cent Sold by JsA MCCLURE 510 Troy Ave Iliukinau Ky Orders will receive prompt attention at M B Buawtt Sons Department Store Illinois Central Ra R THROUGH Sleeping Car Service I PROM CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TO gQM S pJdngs Ark via Memphis Through sleeping car reservations cnn now bo secured trout Cincinnati nnd Louisville via tho Illinois Cuturit1 to Hot Springs via Memphis on ItA Now Orleans Limited leaving Cincinnati daily at 0- pm OU LdniHVlllo at 910 p III roachin- slot Springs fi15 tho next afternoon I carries Pullman sleeping ear mid free reclining chair cur Cincinnati to Mont phis and Hlreping car and coach Mom phifl to Hot tipringa Through rcMervutions Cincinnati and Louisville tu Hot Sprints can also b6 8f urcd on tho Spoclnr1 leaving Cln cimiati 815 a in und Lout illo 1201 Ip ni daily arriving at Hot Spring lIOOttlt noL morning Steeping car serviciI from Cincinnati also CQUcli from Louisi villo to Mtirtilii Sleeping cur Mom phis to hot Springs Dining car wr vie fn rout A jodul folder of tliW now Hervice nn 1 itiH nil Ktrticularrf concerning tilt ili vo ran bo had of ugenlH Of tliu Jill i Iiii Vrlrul rind ooniifutln linen W A KI5LLONO A G P A Louisville A H HANSON Geni Po ar Agent Chicago r MAMMOTH Bronze TurkeysS1 I am offering this Hoooon full bloodetMammoth Turkeys from t PRIZE WINNING STRAINS ILI low as they can be offered by reliabl- breeders anywhere and very rmpcatf ully solicit a share of your patronage The I 1 poundbirdsthifigurei males 1160 each JOHN A UcCLUIlK Ferdinand Maddux farm I tulle East of Mt Herniou Church Ky1JoUrC JSI All persons indebted to HIP by nnto or account nru hereby untitled that their accounts nave been placed In the hand n cubeou him at once and nettle H I need the moneyRespectfully O E BAKTLKTT Notice to the Farm i It Iis our purpose to buy com agate this iRjwon in Ilickmnn paying at all priceWeto buy for ni and he will uo oar HOW latrstimprovcd Fairunuks scale and will have life office at tho scales Wv will bo remembered M having kept upI prices on corn at HIckman the pat twoI season IJThanking roa for put patronage and soliciting a continuance of SHUJC we awI trulyI HARDY UZAIX Ct- oUaioa City Teen I ST We have just returned from mar IU1dUarnof our bust grade of Buggies that we will give you H bargain in to make room for new stock K E KKEVKI de C- uCuannalrtdiiiaeren Yentae VfLTOM CIRCUIT COURT J M Witting Plaintiff J I Equity TouiDllIonf era aunts Deft Notice is hereby given to the creditor of Mary Knourr decal that the aadrsigned Commissioner of the Fulton the7le hlta on corner Jackson and Ken itchy streets from the date fiereof untilI tho lit day of the next January term pf this court 1901 to receive ititil hear proof of claims against said Oecedenl and that nil prraoutcd la him nUll jtrovun UH rt qulrerl by law witblu tit hiuo BpwifUil above will bo furavirL barred W l TAYLOU Miut Unmr lultoji Circuit Court ByPuu DILLOX flit Dupuly OLD VOLT WIIIHKRY The genuine OLD GOLD WHIBKEY can be obtained in Union City Tenn a from W R Webster only Any olher dottier thnro offering It or ulnlmiiig to have it Is practicing u mud THIXTOX MlLLBTTCo Distillers Owe tlboro KyII w =COUGH MEDIOINESCot iiitK8S 3 i fiCIIILU TON10 j I ALL KINDS AT Cowgill CowgiHs DRUG STORE COAL f GOAL Pittsburg and Eureka e Orders niix3turnitd with Uaahwlll hay Itfcutpt attention ALL FUEL MUST IE PAID FOR ON r f DELIVER ALL GRADS OF 8TEAU COALSI i Alex A Paris Sonsaa CITY BARBER SHOP To my old ten We arc here to stay Nobody will apprrciato your tryIIIbarbell It U OAUJWHLL WILL rauwau hpIIn the new Laclvd Hotel where can rHodyto l keen ruior Well try youJH K InII DR S K DA VIDSONii itiBtHIOKMAfl KENTUCKY 0er Oavglll tt Oowgllli Uric Uteri LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE n R DSPOT H POLLOCK Fropr First olaM turnoubi buggies aurreyi carriagM safe traiu Ac Juntomere served with courteny and polltcnetM Pa trcmaxe aollclUd Telephone 19 t GARUTIIERS WRY LIP COIrIQIT1 FRESH DREAD CAKES COt FEC 1IONEMC ETC CLINTON 8TRHT IIlCXUAN Kaneruexy Telephone No W + 4 0 E EAKER II- Geoeral Ii i Grocer J Powell Block Clinton at InhlIrl the irw rr Slock f 1I J I lhilttritit wnubl hr1 IIraalI to here s Inlol frisuda to sell trib 0Jpdtlbo orBMIla r- r e r t e V u I JL t 7 nlJeacl Time Table N 0e1e St L B B t ARIUVFt51tI mTrdaI1 I t SriLOCAL NEWS- OF INTEREST TO ALL spontSatnntayfriends MCFALLkoMIIIII Maggie Henderson has returned andArthlgtoa weightOvercoats WlnllrDIUroutohomotromIkelCootlnko QTcclh citractd positively with out pain MoFAU A DIKUUKKS LoomingTlptonY111o oftheoverytildeUTAH work guaranteed for life bi dellhcwJohnU10thtoutisympathywtheir children in their and bcrcnvuicnt pttnlcesdeaTho laaw by the fire at Fulton in elude Utn ixntutrrcoipts for November ojoprgatlnK 12000 and about 11200I worth of tUuiptf The content of other safca were also lout Pennsylvanta For further information ICO MimJRa agentLOolul1lbnOrttlC andisalways makes a live paper lUpoolaJfurnishinnuptodateMr Leo Egbert and U U Flntt are rorHtJlrrMntathomau counties Wo hear of no the candidate from Fulton plOlJplCLII Mr A S Rwednle who has been abI followingtit attain at lift old stand ready to do i ituythlnir in the photographic art I andjuiuyat1 t r 11 A A f i J a J 4 j How About That New Furniture Your husband promise d to buy for yo this loll Our splendid now stock of up to the minute Furniture and housekeepers Vfants will make it easy for you I to decide Just como and look them over Our big assortment our pricesour dotcnui nation to maintain our leadership in Furniture HotaUluglpTlil do the rest Heres a Few Price I Smashers 1200 value for New Solid Oak Suits real 15 200 for Strong lied full size regular price 260 100 for Fine Diuing Table would be cheap ut 500 1750 for an elegant Oak Sideboard SIn regular M 4- h Heres a Few Price Smashers S Bedalways40oevetywbere 350 fur Nice Oak Dining Chairsset- of Six topMattress250 for our Combination Mattresi it hurls competitors andINEW AIIEIVAL3 Christmas Rockers and Fancy ChairsJust got iin a shipment more a coming Pricca right too Our Superb Bcd Room Suit at 6000 is equal to any 10000 suit ever sold in Hickman J 4 Now Home DOll1cstic Standard FINE SEWING MACHINES Others 1600 and up f rr r Copt NsarWwr1 Stephens 1 SmithFURN- ITURE AND UNDETa KINGIT T I rTHE MAN WITH A HOMfl H I IS THE FELLOW WHOSE TRADE WJE WANT Ho is apt to bo hard to please particular about everything lie buys and he is sureI tij be especiallyi fastidiI ous about his HOMEFURNISHINGStho material things that give him bodily mfort and rest from tho cares of a rfuya business grind I WE CAN PLEASE THAT PARTICULAR MAN rurnituruKingso J faultsKingI FurnitureNolaI l l wwrrW rOnasuvauT 40 40 Y rrwrww n+ 0 wrybarura + wWnr idvr Prnniwnurw- f 81650 Suits this week cut down to only a y- 375Solid flllOak Bed lull size for the proserltat1 3 r I Full IJincof solid Leather Goods 20 per cent less fjian others See Kings Morris Chairs ltnd tine Rockers for the IWliday trade = raprarrr A yftarwaw wiu-wreorr r w rrcraa + VfvTheres1 here it is t tapleasure to deal in hood goods at prices aslow as can be found anywhere on earth value considered Lqts of people know thc htan are j g it outC Its i 5 HMr J r 1 iftt n yttz KiKINGS HKCKMAN KY JOU11f1lonClIs Worth ionic FurntsMny Store JW1 t t t mgt l t 10 mr1 na = svJlt JI 4 ur Si r CIiOCmRIESI 0 Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TO i Rogers Threlkelds UPTODrtE CROCLRY I VJTTINOS OLD STAND Clinton StreetFRESH MEATS Goods 1 rLEDFOBD IJLIDLE Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware- Hay Bran and Cement 1 iffWe carry everything usually found in firstclass and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Tclphone Goods Promptly r solicit 9 DuAn FournUStar for 300 Express prepaid ship approval yosxr plain Ryo boxes Whiskey mules indicate When you and test satisfac eaoolblsyour WEBSTER n Bring to Office 511 r1 ftJ 1 4 n lf 1 COMr 1tII I n TRADE MA1v itThe Patent Shoe That Wont figin Fit and wear and the story of Pats the patent 1Longlivedi I cause theres lifein the leather j shoes because made right c Monarch hnve cornered foot Wear them and youll believe it Paia head faro ily of great shoes hi cry leather Look like 1500 Shoes We soil the tor 536a BlUKtt Lace SIIOE1RNayIor 1 SguCrown and bridge work a specialty McFiLL DifiuUKKS tho painless dentists GHAUnERLAiPa Stomach and Live- Tablets cure billiousncsfl headache They sire easy tai and pleasant to effect For sale C5owKill r Cowgill nickman and M Shaw State IIPRemtr Joo W JJeiiiiftt BENNETT REMLE- YSAT ORNEYS AT LAW espeelathQp ties Mr Tiennottg office will remain Clinton and Mr llomloya in Hickman Delivered Free I 74 Oats Grocery Delivered PUBLICI 1 am in this Ilinoi of business at Union City Tenn and carry at all large and well as sortedstock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully a TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER SPECIAL OFf I propose to ou III with noto receive it it if it is not W K Your Job Work This J nX0 r Leather Break comfort servicethats Monarch comfortable theyre Pats comfort Monarch a x 5 consttpatio- and to bY fc A Lino r l Telephone Lime a G I engaged times a coutcuta A r F OLIVER r Blacksmith and Undertaker FIIOK IAN KENTUCKY want1IIlksmlthlng 4 it morn c Horteeholntr + pecfellyl 1 also keep m full line of Undortakors Goods IItillellJUtlcltWalnnt JJ 1 r + ou able prices Give ma n lail Mu Shop veer the Jnil New1 FFall God JUSTt ARRlVEDII Oatmonl KtlI1ttRolled Oats Plalf Quaker Ults rurtl 1 Orlpo Nut Halail- NDuokwheat l lour Grii a Flake nud Pmrl Hominy shredded Wheat Hteontta ullu1f1UCuQF I lrllisoimTtlophouo LO Qutek DItvorrr J MILK O6VJPOIkSALB iS Several good milk COWl with you n calves for sale JOHN MAYd Farmers Free Columnj beunot to exceed 0 liuea ceach from farmers who are subor11J u productsrolaaa China Hogs 5 1 oldfor0 Cow yon SAthA good Jersey Cow OuuauaIlicIcsuin For Talc IatmuloAppJy j i L 4 j I j 1 The Hickman Courier tI GEORGIC WARHEX Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY L I DECEMBER1900 Sal Men TttflWalThw Fri Sat 1 a NN H 2 3 45 6 7 8 91011 12 J3 J4 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 31J r CURRENT TOPICS I dttIThe navy desire the establishment of a base at Guam Memphis will issue 250000 worth ef bonds for park purposes A drouth Is causing great incon venlence in 1 stern Kentucky The Alabama coal output for 100C L is estimated at 8500000 tonsovThe Cumberland Telephone Co will1 erect a building at Chattanooga from the moon the earth look 13 timesus big its the moon does to us News from Peking is telcgrn plied to London at a cost of Os Ud per word The first blacking made was com pounded of lamp black and rotten eggsii it is said is the greatest tea drinktng city in tbs United King dots v The report ofa gun n mile away takes a lull five seconds to reach the car- Dikes in Japan cost to the a 4 gate more money than those of tll jp NetherlandsCommercial estimates of the 1000 wheat crop of Siberia place it at 32 000000 bushels Twice a year in the first week inI April and October tIle Chinese carry food to their dead A married couple living near Throop Pa who were childless ha relireAdopted 14 children The farmers of Kansas yielded thllr year over 7160 to every man woman and child In the state mojcl ern type the Dristlgheten was lateI launched at Gothenburg All the conductors of the Brook field Mass trolley line nave be- ty appointed special officers In every Siberian city the most conspicuous and finest buildings a the churches and the government buildingsSound passes through air at tInVelocity of 1142 feet per sewndrorthrough water 4000 feet throughI iron 17500 feet The yield of olive oil In Italy InJ 18991000 was of poor quality and de ficient in quantity amounting to only 920000 hectoliters A curious butterfly exists in India The male has the left wing yell 01VItand the right one red the fem lias these colors reversed Tbe little Grand Duchess Olga1 Russia is the richest baby in the world The week she was born 000000 was invested for her Prof Young estimates that a train running from the earth to the sun at 40 miles an hour would take 265 I earsJJ for the trip and the tare would be 1230000 JAn American has erected a num of strain pumps on the Jordan and is now supplying churches in the United States and In Europe W1thII genuine Jordan water In some Italian towns instead of giving books as prizes in publici savingsh0books S1k the credit of the prizewinner Estimates of the largest wine anIers in California indicate that tile wine production of the state this year will reach between 13500000 a 15000000 gallons of dry wino and 7000000 gallons of sweet wine t An enterprising wine anl spIrIt firmhiuf engaged an aeronaut to give A scries of balloon asccnclons In Cey r ton and while ascending to dlI Ssmall sample bottles of whisky at i t to n miniatur remote erranter fnfavera8e yield per acre corn in 1900 is 223 bushels as com npared with an average yield of 2531 1 bushels in 1809 of 2470 bushels in 169S and a tcnyear average of 21cbushelsA elm tree which us- edlito stand In St Pauls churchyard New York and which was paid to be a hundred years old has been cut f down The tree used to stand on f I line with Washingtons pone nv and t U of the picturesque landmarks of lower Broadway consignedfromsinglel shipment of apples over made from the United States It consisted of 28265 barrels The most costly leather in the wor ldman4 a known to the trade as piano Ienth cr Tho secret of tanning this lesth jtr is known only to a family of tanQ acts in Germany Authorities upon broomcorn pro 1 t duction estimate the worlds con uuniptlorCbf brush to be about 30000 tone grown on 12000 acre about 28000 tos beIng produced Jo Il nois 1 I OPENING OF CONGRESSS But Little Business Was Trans acted During the First Session chThepared to fees With Great VlKor tithethe Short Sconlon Washington Dec 3Both sitof congress opened at noon Monday and but little business was transact ed The presidents message was read In the senate the new menthe Messrs Uollhe Land DI1Unghom were sworn in Senator Allison an annonuctdduring the recess and Senator Nelson announced the death of Senator D vis The usual committees to wait upon the president and house of rot rescntatlves were appointednoel th senate adjourned until Tuesday There Is some talk of nn effort dur IIoyPauncefotc treaty In executive nes lion but there ito yet no definite pro grnnimu to this end A movement is thanthe committee on foreign relations to the abandonment of the DariI nmendmcnt to the treaty for the fox tltlcation of the propOEed canal The usual custom of ndjournlng er from Thursday until the follow tug Monday during the first week of the session probably will be de parted from this session That is the desire of the republican leafler now hen and theysay there will be no such adjournment this week At the session of the pause Mondny no business was transacted except the rending of the presidents message The deaths of the late Represents tares Daly of New Jersey nnd Hof locker of Delaware which occurred during the recess as well as the deaths of Senators Gear and Davis were announced immediately after the roll was called and the house ad journed at once out of respect to their memories CONSPIRACY BILLha Rrprpucntatlve LlttlrMeld oaTlluD f Jnillrlnrr Committee Yeeraled- a FaVorable Ilcjiort Washington Dec 4Iteprrrenl pjudiciarypresented o favorable report on what is known as the conspiracy bill1 I limiting tbe use of restraining orders betneYen I employer and employed in places un der federal control The report fa 0cne strikes out the provision1 which would have the effect of excepting comblnat ifona orep cratlons of the Sherman antitrust law The other amends tlie bill no it will not cover instances of threats to jure persons or property business occupation or overt acts of Inter ference with the rights of others Otherwise the bill is preserved in li lUng the scope of injunctions con eplracids etc THE PHILIPPINE BILL linn Bern DUplaetd Br the SkIpI aleSlthrldy IotIllll ns the Unftk ofshed Ralne 5Washington Dec 4 The republic1 a+ i senatorial committee on order t business decided that the ship nub SpoonerPhlUpplneI nets It also considered at the same UaylaunceCote tbeethat question should receive alter nate attention with the shipping ibm The arrangement provides that tIle shipping bill shall have wbutmake on speech on it the senate shallI go Into executive session for the con treatyt0t0Apporllonment Illll In the loune Washington Dec 4Tice first 1byl Iintroduced in talC house was by Hep resQIJtnUve Crumpnekcr rep inandmaking an apportionment of rep scntntlves in congress under the llth census It provides an increase membership from 357 to 305 Xo Avnllnblu AHHetH I 1 J umountJng pettIuhv qteI Ilnughcgeneralsuperlnlendentati stockl1rl1USHetRTJlcut Pitts petltiooneBacdj der Glut Co Brick slant Destroyed Atlanta Ga Dec aTho entire 1 plant of the ChatUioochee Brick Co firoSunday JskeptThe J insurtnccfj A Cincinnati Creditor I atNety York Dec 1TAWIH Season good of Cincinnati is the largest cured creditor of Charles I Freed n cloak maker of New Yo hlfnknlptcyln of real estate worth 30000 Ira McKlnlcy lvea foil 3rcJlnleIIUlYrnguhlyuna re MatUl hciCI CROSSEXAMINEDSTJFur the Clrrn Intoxicated OH Twice Since MurrluRc Columbus 0 Dec 4I The Sells di vorce case wits resumed Mon Uj morning before Judge loans of IK ancery court In addition to cf witnesses summoned last week pi1 I iri ff called two more Monday more Mary Manic of tho W Cr U e t rooms in the Urunson block yvh re is alleged Bait und Mrs Sells lIo and Nettle Johnson of the rrr American hotel also one of tJia mj Ing places of the couple Mrs S j appeared much better for die i fdays rest sIlO has enjoyed Tlc c If worn look was gone from tier IIe d she hall cheery sullen for her ai torncya when she entered the ci iK trooms The platntid also Gam- ttart and the respite of n few t 1 wns shown in his Improved nllpr eonce Ills nervous manner was gone sJ1cthe seemed In good trim for furl questioning from the defense P- Sells t went on the stU1lI for fitc r exnminntion IIo was question tc Attorney Booth for plnintjft hs e season of 1878 when it Is nllc t Mrs Sells teas compelledi to train r Itho circus This Mr Sells deniw orlonfor r t II they did not consulcr the salt cf Peter Soils sbrotherlion but made for the purpose of getting it out of the ranchof his v 1r Mrr Sells snJd he had been Intoxlc twice since his marriage Let if written to Attorney J 12 Sato to Mr Sells before the separation v iK put in evidence Mr Sells here wi + chance to seen up n little slid illl IbutPS brown Ife was unable to account f the change The witness Has nt PIw point tnkcn for crossexnminitlnn- r Sells said the letter introdiidl referred to Ills property He welt it it taken out of the liandn of n iIV he could not trust Several let n wgned Your Dear Pete were 1 t nded to witness by Mr Hultng iJ Mr Sells identified them rail fin 14 been written by himself Some d them showed signs of having 4 li n rescued from Uio fire lliwe 1 let t were addressed to hU wife Their I K ti eurpilache IiIomised hU wife repeatedly that at would stop drinking and also tip t 1 of quarrels they lead bad An he tc 11 J fled he and his wife had no quan U told that he was sober during his n i rled life except on two occash u these letters created n sensation He also spoke in them of proc t lie was to give to his wile as pix j jjj Jon for their old age and iy t f trust as claimed by plaintiff I Court allowed coiJtationII tiLleat Fred Hlmarek OrandwaI Prince IlUmarck Rncacrd I lol J l Irene IVoodirnra of ChleoII I reChicagoMiss Irene Woodward laugh tert of Mr and Mrs if S Woodward Kvunston to Lieut Frederick Il niorck grandson of Prince Bhmarck rand an officer In the German imxrJ ofrmy leaked out Monday Miss 14n o slwant In company with her was in Peking Chinn last aumm during the siege of the city by thcroy allied troops and it was while there that she met Lieut Bismarck The WoodwardH were gue U ofasUnited States Minister Conger at II American legation nnd the youngI rlccfrequently entertained at j the American headquarters The Czars CundltionIL1radt Dec 4The czar wn 10 much hotter In health that he anlreil to get up Monday but true IIdl cd 1 Ills medical attendants to rem In bed till the end of the weeks hT0s I IRked fur solid food but the lhy l clans would lartaofo BIJJ For a IIrenwfttr iWnahington i g terrible stonn at Gal ton Is g ennowIn n bm by Repre aentaUtn JIliwInri of Texas rttofcIty against Orllltat Ing storms rorffromwar relativetothe measures of piotcctlon suitableto the situation InsaneSt3Wlllla11n11eyh rani I umboy iJTallcyburning oral sacking of Lawrence t j 1n being the noted guerrillas chi I I h1dbecnpollorcecp I fluke llolirrlH London DanchcatacJIctorlaJ durk1cmadoand that psUnmcnt will be asked to role fit the IIg InErcognltlone rlIhernllidtparhMntJ acrecruits 6 s the 10th cavalry 8th cunflelI fantry statlonetlnt 1oi vitae curl Santiago 1crest r i r I o FOREIGN MINISTERS II All Have Heard From Their Governments Regarding Joint Note Chliin Ur lrr IVac nt An cries Co in in miunite with the Dili ratratty of an Imlpprnilrnt Nation London Dec 3Count von Wnl solicitudeyMorning Post concerning cxpcdl tions into the surrounding country but he believes that they are neccs muy nnd salutary Most of the Brit lh olllcer approve them ofaa conversation tali lie considered the resentment against foreigners to rbo partly just and the outgrowth of the last GO year of treaty relations srprobhmtK beingfonnedimportation of foreign arm is pro hibited a supply will be easily obtain able from Chinese arsenal A body of 100 American cavalry men in escorting Rome Chinese all tern to TienTsin Chang Chi Tung bran received n di thspatchanghai correspondent of the Stand nrl dircotlng him to stop the for wanting of further supplies to thn province of Shen SJ It to rumored returnd1 to Pckingjniniedlatcly and thnt the empress dowager will follow If tho reception given him Is satisfactory The Shanghai corr fj ondent of the Tinw alr reports that it is in wellInformed circle that the Chi races court In anxious to return to Pe king but he says that such a ourswould nor be agreeable to LI lung Chang who hopes to gale nn ndran luge from dlaGcnaions among I j powers tlaoIII Peking nee 4rAll the foreign en roys hare now heard stoat their gar ernment regarding the Joint onto t the Chinese plenlpotentlnrie and a meeting will be held Tuesday TIle envoys tire not oommunlcAiire bu t1 tienoughthe obleation of dlfTercnt govern recurs to make it seem doubtful that the meeting will have it snUataotor COlwll1 lon Prince Ohlng and Li Hung Ginn l bollalay they are anxiously strait rag the demands of the powers They say that China desires peace at any price commensurate with the dignity of an independent nation but the point out thnt no long nil n large for eign army occupies the province of Chi Lithe problem will be liardcr to solve I f The Tiilsilonarle and otters who went through the siege protest bitterly against any suggestion of ten iiency They urge particularly that those who are high in office and who are really responsible for the out rages to foreigners should be execu ted And they insist also that a suf ficient force should be kept in China to guarantee order and to keep for elgncm independent of the Chinese dectaring that if this is not done n petition of the troubles Iinevitable London Dec 4Placards are fgain being posted say the Flea frain correspondent of tIle Standard cceoutbreakdx iiire Morning Post rays the Hankow vice told Vice Adm Seymour during the tatters recent visit that the tom rt would never roturn to Peking but the correspondent learns the Nan cxntraroy opinion taShanghai DeeIt Is reported from TienTsln that the Germans lost 20 killed and many wounded west of Tao KlngtVu where they were attack etil by 2500 Boxers A quantity of loose powder ex plod1 ed in the last arsenal occupied by the llURfliins It Is supposed thye cxplo itinBoth of the Chinese were killed The shock wns felt nt rten dlgtautkCCnpb Chr tcr Iu Cun tuiillni pli Constantinople Dec 4Capt Colby M Chester anl1fio officers of t1 United States battle whip Kentucky nt Smyrna arrived In Constant1 ttoplo Monday morning Monday crevening n dinner was given in their honor by the United States char daffaires Lloyd Griscom nt whit the British and German ninbaaodoni were present United State Mint Product Philadelphia Dec 3TJlo United States mint executed during Norera 12355000 colon valued at 2224 4 814 Of this 11035814 Wasof gold and urns for ithn government of Amercfran en copper mine of silver coins was 1908000 noel of boon metal 230120 Attacked llr Waive 3Whileer A partyof near Roseau wero burying d little girl1nn attacl +inm by wolves who severely b persona In their endeavors et at the body The animal were finally driven away by fire FortyFive Lort dapalcfromh tic trailing between Naples and Diq sellles has been wrecked and tllttt her paBBcnggr all n part of be have been lojrfV o tt r 1 I ATTORNEY GENERALS REPORT AH Intre1 ApproHrlnlloii For tht CuHHlrnctlun of n Nrw HHlliT- IHK For the IKrpnrtment of- Jullce lkrd for Washington Dec 4 Attorney Ocu cent UrlggH Monday afternoon swit his animal report to congress It opens with a statement of the condU lion of the work of the United States ftipreme court which shown that 070 appellate enses were docketed anti 371 dlnpovcd of luring 303 casca still landing On July J 189U there were 3137 United State cornlots in the va rious jirlioim und rcfornmtorlr of the country against 2032 ut the close of the Tart fiscal year In 907 of the 1603 civil suits ter minated during the last fiscal year judgments were for the United State in 200 against tho United States 48 were either dlHtnlucd or discontinued mud 28 were appealed Of the 17033 criminal prosecution tbrinlnntfd during the last year 107 were prosecutions under the custom laws in which thcro were 120 court lions r273 under the internal reve nue lawn In which there were 574 convictions 1UJ under pout office lnwn In which there were 772 con victions six under naturalization nets In which there were four discon tinued rand two entered not prow 90 3 under the Intercourse lows In which ere were GSU convictions lOG mule the pcnMlon laws In which there were 145 conviction 55 for tlnberfclrnient In which there Ire 53 conviction 8810 inlncellnnvou prosecutions IIn which there were 4P50 convictions The aggregate summit of the Jed g ment nmdnml ht furor of the Unit ed States in civil suits during the last year was WtWSOU and the amount judrntentNilWIIH II7IM while H118 was nbtnlu I el during the yrnr on judgment rem d jred In former years for tilt Unltwl ftale and 27130 was othcrwUe real1 1Izcd In civil suits torIi was S7 Vi137 amt the amount of thiuc nno lected the 5101010 hIdleftiluroa nod penalties imposed In for YThoI recommendation of last year the titye part of the government In canes I t SlntlJ m by the courts on demurrer InterposeI to Indictments Owing to the Increase In tfie uric of building material the attorney gen lireYnn appropriation I would viable the department to cot sinter II new building for the depart ment of justice in style und finish that wduldbc In krcplnjr with the dl nlty of the government and a credit I to the national capital COMPARATIVE STATEMENT Tile 1a7 Ufprhnfat Irlinalr M ur Hie Klucnl Yrnr of 1MII Mud 100S Sent In Washington Dec 41The ercrcta of war funvarded to the house com i millet on appropriation n comparn itive statement of war department es I tinmtca for the fluent yearn of 1901l And 1903 together with n statement ior appropriations for the fiscal yet ending Juno 30 1901 TIle CAtlmnten for 1901 amounted to 185903551 endI 1 the estimates for 1902 amount to 171 r 773855 Tho appropriations oithepresent fiscal year amount to ilU 205934 The estimates for public works Iin cluding rivers and harbors fortlll tour etc amounting to 1i54606 are I18424C more than the estimates for IDOl rand 24710851 more than the appropriations for the present fiscal year This internee Is accounted for by the toot that an aggregate sum of 20010000 fa Included in tho press ratout estimates for river rand harbor work exclusive of continuing contract work tor which no appropriation was male for the current fiscal year and by an increase of 2238000 In theI estimates for gull and mortar batl ttcrlcK and an increase of 2350308 in the estimate for armament of fort Al caUoiiK IteputnttoM lane Ctilvitlry Slindcrnl 1e1arie nee 4 Kmperor Willlnms telegram to Mr Kruger refuting to receive him continues to be the chief subject of comment in tho French newapnpcgo iiihmajestys shattering of his reputation for cbiv airy Toxrliaat Collide Huntington W Va Dec 3 r steamers rom Dodsworth rand Volun teen both Pittsburgh towboatg colI lided 20 miles above hero Sunday 11 cobnhe4lmer rend coal ore owned by the Pittsburgh coal combine fnlleICher okee council Monday tabled lade A cantorItla catocouncil adjourned until Saturday next and Indications are tInt no treaty will be made by 1 the Cherokees Carter1 end Washington Dec 4t3en Chaireo d4She NavenbCrr 20 CampoCf riN OLDEST Ml JM AMERICA Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters by Using Peruna n DMr laaae Hrooti the Oldest Mao ta the United States lOUlltrTexbaring Ltia born in 1788 lit IBI an ardent friend to Pcrun and speaks of it in the following terms During toy long life I hat known a great many remedies for caught colds ca larch and diarrhoea I bad always supposed 4ese affection to be different dUeai but I hue learned from Dr llarimana books that these affections are the same and are properly called eatarru- Aa for Dr llartman remedy Peruna I have found it to be the WIt if not the only reliable remedy for these affection 1aha Isrsya +latrd pfar nr + fyyItranfrtNtrNiwf fl Jeskh mini my exfrwmat arM tm tttfu PaANry It oxNy rnefa aN MI rswlskenf +Na I hue comp to rely upon it alnwtt DII tirely for the many little thing fer Hob I rated medleine 1 pellets it to be peeW11Vvaluable to old people Isaac Catarrh iis the greatest eneiay of old mgt A per on entirely free item catarrh 1 UfO to lire to a bale and beany oi+1 age A free book on catarrh trDt by The 1 truaa Dtedi oat Co Columbus O SOMETHING OF A TRAVELER 1 A Hue CUT Mn Who fillll Kinds aLlftlertaelaCurrarrtr TbouiMNil ills I traveled 0000 milts kit year iiit the mlU dirk ef the ribWn saunter iiid ail no MM we had I un ai4re a venal r l Ho laekecl around with CM MOU tla jibeew n ork Sun withtJilllutfAr d allT know about the extent of ear great noel glorious wunlnr Ui geaned frm the tMufbWfntr4lYe i IIIUbtca plaJO in Country i day for nx dale in a week I line hat relng up and down te that little IHe fir I 23 yeah not counting Irk tops Tfcal ry I have traveled 300 Milea a week irhloh multiplied by 52 make 40i fO mittNurlyO lima arouaa the werl l cis lObgsltcome t commuterft birt thousand mffm ttQumuUondwishedbio6adatihrunk inlalilmwlj a mentioned his Jour ney 0HORSES NEED HAIR RENEWER Cacle Hrwbru Thought There Wiuat ry11rrh to HrK About In tIe shore City Polka ic eaiilr pleated remarked UncleI Reuben who has a farm down IIn EPtr relates the Chicago CbrenWe 01- I 1n to see that there hens show all brmore a n td ia a hair re ewer For those prize anfnut A tiff young man that kept ioodnc ittiutb tag and boding hu alma out u if te daiatlet his coat ileere touch hit cwt rays to me when I aibed him about thoie peer tailleit Ituckup lookiQIDllnal that tilt Wtrt that btcaure its the InitiopurnotQueer come In for style 1 1 locked round and mot of the big men they recd teas theireheads The bald spots was about ai nuiner 5our II the lwb tailed hone The term dudes that It romenldioit about wit bIg t1oera In thrir buttonholes didnt oaf 0 them dare A liin ot mustache or rn a prospea of any whiskers It was qU w wIthout anr tagry men tbout III hair on theirblade and boys Witth AUf mustaches It do but 0111 vConiforMmr Poor rape A wcdlknown business man whose heti Ijbut yet who wean a luxuriant growl ef whiskers wa being railed recently for IbenK told by tome of pia intimate friend In the presence of hit small daughter Lit tie Mabel didnt understand that It war all in Jest and crawling upon her parents lll a put her arms about hia neckand turned defiantly toward his tormlnton My papa wud never hay his top hair on his chin Iwudnt you papal Chicago Chronicle vIlrrpoirrnn He Did you tell that other follow yow moretShrYe wantreFreeyArt a a Nature MarieOh all the irorld somehu0 mucbbutknowshe docuit know know more than tome knowlhlladeJphlaDuUetin 0It 1 II said that an BrUit at work on a Bibli cal history unuerto6k to make a sketch of drawthePoet to eo1lcalrueSo you nre going ColleaiuuYtIJnllbleK A Real PatrlotFrfendIIDo you lore doryebrracuie Herald smokesyIjudge nan by thclgadhl beiyesPhladelllhUNorth t a I r If JT IKIEEYSJESSAGE1 I The Annual Communicatles of titeo Preshleat o Congress MANY IMPORTANT 1ECOUENDAT1O I Illne Our Policy In ChinaAp proves of Ship Mnbsldy IeKlilMlloH top the Philippines Itisdllay Paunrrfottj TrrtretolloftlnrhIlreatlltntcongreiiTha hLlHInlleurtherattngndtheChineoIt balI eonilltlonih1own diversified Interests our alentreaty goy rnmcnU wr soon appreciated by this WThI mofptowedI diitonitheItnIIOiltheovllnlyI lure by all1rlllmte nd kindly but tOnn thtlonIwabldl1ti oftheirChineseldiJdindtulS 0thatpronOIIl1wouldtutenlting to tirurnote the administrative reforms tbhnpertaltbInMtrltfthe several pener occupying territory rnaiautlnini ItIIhres ot Influence tn ana Invltlnlrfraand view as to the desirability of the 4etUat measures Insuring the benefits ef MuaUty af treatment of all foreti- s goer trUe ttiraujhout China Pruiuiials Well Hvcelved With gratifying unanimity the r0 pollcillIinin by otthevarhHi power Interested In the un ndIndtlOWta tit vast benvflt to the whole com worldIn Lt TIfluuobIn faaCNIIIto tb Intireated power I ars I nap wu fully dlcrnd theesrpr pa t bad appeared to Inspirel the j analjI j pnJjzdatu MNl- Ife41itb to testiLy conttdnei In the ImpftrtlUIfcoadU1I t IhJlrMUetej f i oriA cur or tha siricr The hhrtory of the effarts made at ra I Iuj ts bIclUMed lecatloners In Pe I I ww nduI1 engammentIkt I I 1M w s fItcH wre engaged or not I ore i w Uto 4or with which thu Maao MRSiaans was pushed by the h fI s reports from Minister r J fru wrltftiplur Mr1I II Meh thar was hOI nrtnc an VWKI eis part of our lines and a Ito aIIIIj contlnuouk ontilethouUIlCIHWirm suoq buildings coil damaging alL h thkkly Uld the balls rain Outwa the Bsamunltlan of the besieged ran tocanil recast tht114tl ullctluUJfta t I I unatlnt04IInIsre1tbleHlr laud Mardonnld was rhoren gC n rral remmaiidvr of the dlfnllf with the rEotn1fenapTo bedof the Cninrs soldiery flghtlnc only torepel attack of make an occasional sue uchaaRUIIanIUItdlntheAmericanand proved an Invaluable acquisition bI throuch11hlllhentndDurlnw tSkllleadiethe5communication5 from whom a message came Inviting to nconferonCereepondencthermiatleeppallthefor a time liven then no protection whia itaever was afforded nor any aid given save offruit v Uuilcly of Chinese riovemmral IththeI II- caslonal delivery or dispatch of a telegram thortor the withdrawal of the legation to tcecoast under escort Not only are the pro stations of the Chinese government th it protected and succored tho legationsaalpositively contradicted but IrreslstlblI thproofregularl I 1 tkeImperlll J couraglnir tbo Iioxers organising them un rovllonIn urns III tho name of the empress dowager Idaretsungliysmon who counseled protection alofthe distant provinces men suspected ollor promlnont th WuhlnlftonWith armhllc b Watdoubtlell sl of the Chin era envoy In WAlhlngton t I SistaI MrCancer In ofMinisterply dispatched from Peking on July 18 thoutatdemates of the legation wero still alive cieidhoping for succor PreparntloBs for llellef JcombinedonAugUlltI king am described as foIIowareThe Imperial family goverSment had tied a tow dayd before e city was without visible control The re roaming Imperial soldiery had made onI the night of the 13th a last attempt to exterminate tho besieged whloh was gal tJl llIrJnIU aH S hxatly repelled It Ml ta tha eecuaylng forces to restore order and organise aprovisional administration Oar Chinese Ielieynlie recalls the er baJ peaceItuarantoelnra1 sagAssoyswas then said the policy of thaI toki aboutrsistratlve entity protect all rights admliatguar an4Internationalworld the principle of equal and Impar ChlnolItIFaithful to those professions which i proved reflected the views and purpos aovernmentlalll b thyesrllest sa thcredIt Bsdrew from active hostilities leaving our Peklnltb emnta coin adopted by other f e Interested powers Overtures of the e wmpoweredI I nese emperor have been considerately en tertained Accepted ItuMlas Prepeslllea Tha RuIn proposition looking to the Jekinehahldfor e wrongs suffered end an enduring settle etit that will mak their recurtanca Im ussible can best be brought about un t an authority which the Chine nation wetoreaopunlhl1entore criminal acts whereby we and oth0cClj injuryForwho have misled the imperial judgmentalmad verted te suverclgn authority to their IbeoomelImplltllIveretrlbutlv justice Uegardlng this as tit Initial condition of an acceptable setti IlOweralaldInI nese emperoraI trust soon a dsh2jeityIjust surliness the principal offenders WI thetorhrnu undutodw1II ie found expulsion in tho welcom ai protection assured to strangers The Peace Negotiations Taking ac a point of DiI penialdlctappoinungjanhlAjlungCha and PlSnce tbing pltllipatentlrtu to a r pmberw omelallerernment Has moved In concert with thother necrollUonlt3LockiilL cont1uetIItUenr1republicattJ3ervtlonUtwnreervatlondllCUllotlatlonTboaanrnmenteSontoand to act upon such additional designa lorelnmlnlltrapoltlontonttlemnurlnterllhtntltoourallonPoa dallon of Durable lotI regard as one of the essential factor of a a ofdequatetnca Insecurity of thou native who may I I elIetaaln wortltp and teaching than would be tbo direct invasion thereof The matter of Indemnity for our wrong eonculIeaautednt I eparation may IIrn to L beyond heire poIIonourpurpoetllpolfdtomade In part by Increased guarantees af ImmunlU opening of C hlna to the equal commerce 0- 1llf a will be earnestly advocated by our repre sentatives The government ot Russia has put for ward a suggestion that in the event of pro toSndemnltler the court of arbitration The Hague I thathllhen no less conducive to the stability and I thnImmedlatelViral IMaoo nl Part Our relations with other countries re IxpoaltlonI xtingI Oacksp groiuctioibutlononly tUp largest foreign dliplay but was monaCthao earliest in place and the motorderly In arrangement Our exhibits were shown In 101 out of 121 class and more completely covered the entire classi naUonInlormIng bAof our participation and of the thorough ness with which our exhIbits wore or ganised IIs seen lit the awards granted to tnternstlonalJurYlnamISI Lsliver medals 77111 bronze tala41 l inlven to thll exhibition ot any one ex hl biting nation as well as the largeatIIn each grade This significant recognition of merit In competition with e chosen exhibits ot all other nations whollYmallnti other competing countries Is it cot I only most gratifying but Is especially I In trotInternationalnI demand while the large dof l awards In the classes of proportionIc proalofI e prosperity that flows from national I productiveness lbenco joined to Industrial ex Apart from the exposition several occa I Ion for showing International good will occurred The Inauguration In Paris ote Lafayette monument presented Iby I e school children of the United Statesand the designing of a commemorative coin by our mint and the presentation of I the nrst niece struck to the president ofuthe republic were marked by approprltate ceremonies Itelotlniis with GermanysOf our relations with Germany the pre5 ent ny good will prevails He advises congress that the question ot the admis Ion of our life Insurance cohinanles to I do business In that country has been reached and the companies admitted I pesays An imperial moat Inspection law has ir3m still great uncertainty as to whetherour wellnluh extinguished German trademeat products can revive under Iits new burdens Much will depend upon ItwIt e discriminations which attended theof the old statutes The settlement of the Samoan problem mellaarllhu I Cedpecially In Tutulla where a convenienttadministration that has won the conntdence and esteem of the kindly dlpoledahas been organized under the di ction ot the commander of the United tates naval station at PagOPagosThe Alaakau Uouailary In connection with our relations with England he refers to the parvlal settle e ment et the Alaskan boundary dispute 1lwwThwT1E J =t and urge such action as shall deft ottely Httl this vexing question by gayoingIn this relation J may refer again to the Toundaryand fortyfirst meridian A convention t that end h1 been before the senate fa beekenn ta vention for a joint determination of tbe oblervUonlThtleI urate and unquestionable results than U- duteul methods heretofore Independently followed which as Is known proved dlsi crepant at several points on the line al though not varying at any place more tha 700 feet The War la South Africa connecte4Uour shiiplng to 1 point Iis given and ho says that inI ihl beroughntrc2 cargoes not contraband I allouthsuspected ultimate destination to the DCiler tates qUeltioafSuch consignments in British ships b- hlch alone direct trade Iis kept up between our ports and Southern Africa were sellld tn application of a munlclpii tradIneV contraband character of the goods whil c Ua In I tr redli of alleged destination to enemys country Appropriate reprtnentatlon on our part resulted In the British government agree Ing to outright all such goods r jwhownc ofitizenssatisfaction of th Immediately Interest thuto P batneontrabandI traacentItelalloa with Italy The of the Italian In LoulslI I ofncI this government and Italy That counI Itetry Is still waiting for the punishment ofI prealtoI 5 h noaveedSettinx toltsuch as this I rtvioul r h TasJUltlceoh iIIn regard to her unfortunate countrymen In our territory with the acme full meas ure she herself would give to any Nnu cond I I renew the urgent recommendations I- idm last year that the congress appro priately confer upon the federal court litematlonaIi ri the and I thinvitepitch this which were Introduced In the senate and house It Is incumbent upon us wblchIas toward result I have pointed out thI necessity and the precedent for legislation a 11mip j nation with which we as a sovereign equalt make treat requiring reciprocal observ ance WhIle the Italian government naturally record uch action as the primary on Indeed Ute most essential element in thei d thlposcIprocedntaand Improbability ot thatt p tIlarticularI 1 now pending congress make gracious provision for Indemnity to the Italian proporr 1IlruohiUkIn my Inaugural address I referred to the general subject ot lynching In these words Lynching must not be tolerated In aI great and civilIzed country like the United Btatei courts not mob must exnoute the penalties of tbe law The preservation of public order the right Ittt iaeuasion the integrity ot courts andI I JUtlCIIdrttsta upon which our government securilri This I most urgently reiterate andI again Invite the attention of my coun tryman to this reproach upon our civiliza t ionsHatlHcatlon ot Hague Convention The ratification of The Hague peat I followsUI ble to Th1IlIuee rrattncatlona of the convention for the pa cito settlement of International disputes by1 6 powers namely the tnlted States Aus tria Uolglum Denmark England France ItourNorway and the Netherlands Japan allo has since ratirUd the ofTheHe advocates the iof the Nlearaguan apelldrbulldlDJ ha the ratification of tho Hay1aunccfot t saysTh inter oceanic eanal itas assumed a new phate Adhering to Its refusal to reopen the qui Ion ot the forfeiture ot the contract of Ihe Maritime Canal company which was terminated fur alleged nonexecution iin NlcaraI by declaring the sostyled CyreCratnln b IUpUaledi thes acts have been tiled in the state de partment and are under consideration Deeming Itself relieved from existing en gKmfnts the nicaraguan goyamnincasuhows a disposition to deal I canal question Either In the way of ne gotiation with the United States or hipip i waterwayOvertureI ot a canal under the auspices conalderl1tlonI tboIIchl I pointed to examine the comparative merit 5 hlpcan1proJect1 commend to the early attentffin of tbe lIrHlntocanal and to remove any objection which conaBlonl treatlNIOf relations saysewapproachlnlA 01SpainI COOrNbsaysBypenceIhe5TOUi tn the aouthwqst failed to Inc ude theHuluareCoAnlud cupation of Hlbutu and Cagayon Sulu b1 thepartwhich could not be gainsaid In order to removIng nderstanding rupoctlnc the interpretsIso thonegotiationhich will bfI forthwith laid before Uth rap andclaimtonnPhilIpplnoI thelineandacreesarchlelalo exprlllllyInconsiderationUnitedStatea to 01alOOoooStill Waiting on the Sultan thOtI We await tho fulfillment of the promI ise of the sultan to make reparation for emcostheTurkllhovlncldbyI Ing IJarpootVeulcll ia f1ctalhis government and other powers as andotherbeherebycoaysVha policy of reciprocity so manifestly reltlupon the of orequitynvprord j tulthere OUht Cherconlrell In glytniit full effect Our Financial Showing he President points with much pridethe showIng mAde lJi the treasury dothpuhrttttcnt and quotes uhautlVely froncor tx rt of Secretary Gage Ho I Ih surpuus for the year to be I7627OGOISloan4 estimates tMatrplu of theaU80OCIJooo liesays tbo comingycatII of thtetreasuryisono or undoubted strength 30eo i Under the form oft orIlast this would have been Inded caahnI redemptionBriber Financial Legislation legiaIJf uvJbf the dut I ntheylda 2leedtoI parity r COfldItion between our two forms of IntalllrtheHcrtatI of cbsthefunded loanI8DI therve Mj Nomber I v 0I theamountfurtherrecltdmpUonl funaIof Much 14 1JOO provided forfund4iig Into two per cent 3Orear bonds Olatporttohn repreRnted I orctaaiD1130 S39149TIislresented NovemberJ4U43i50 S t saving I pnsactlnsinking FacllllU Extended ThJbneflclal effect Of the financial cct4o100 so tar as It relates to the modlflhroatton of the national banking act is sJ theIncoIIfjaUoncapital of not lese than IJ6000 In placeI l BXle 1nK IWO Inhabitants has rosultin the extension of banking facilitiesI many small communities hitherto tinI bankingrwere organized from the enactent of the law up to And Includingt November 30 too national banks of which JS were with capital leu than JJOOOO andl 10J with capital of IMOOO or morej dmberthe new law aro In sections where the netd of banking faceVtles has been maltnronouned I ba anksmldiI Ihue alto availed themselves largely ofu privileges under the law rOurOur foreign trade shows a remarkable record ef commercial and Industrial pro r reii The total of Imports and exports tor the first time tn the history of itheycountry exceeds 12000000001 The exports Ate greater than they have over beer before the total for the fiscal year be laingnaMmJ th J611KM44Tbe In the United States Is evidenced by the fatIat expvrts of manufactured products yeartactlnst I19S92143 In nil an Increase of JJ per cent Agrtcutural products were sue export ed during woo in greater volume than In 18S9 the total for the year being 8JS858 against I7S4776142 In 109- SThe Imports for the year amounted to WMMlUt an Increase over 1899 of 11E21 mws Tbls Increase 1s largely In mater lJl for manufacture and Is In response to tbe rapid development of manufactur In tn the United State While there wit imported for use In manufacture in IMP Material to the value ot I7376SV7I In O 4es or p89 It i1 reassuring to observe thlt there is a tendency toward decreeIn th importation of articles msnufac tibed mccoY for consumption which in WO ornied 1617 per cent of the totndOpOrt against lM pe cent In ISO 2Et per cent In 1U4 t Th In ernaltleveBNe Tax recommend that the congress at II 4cjt section redQee tha inttrnal rtiV tibce Imposed to meet the expen of the war with Spain In the sum of JSO 1XX 10 This reduction should be secured by the remIssion of tnoto taxes which cx perince has shown to be the most bur de peopleI In laxbeQcatiical or charitable character jjteotnntrttda Ship Subsidy IhreoIyear have carried about nine per cent tdr exports and imports Foreign ships ojid carry tbe least not the greatest par lot American trade Tbe remarkable ero g prottre n a xpendlturntarty 6 place the United States In the first rankjof commercial maritime powers ijIldas reallling A proper national 81 plrsilon this will mean the establishment ana healthy growth along all our coasts expanc1Ina of inbor and capital It will Increase thei tratiportatlon facllltleb and reduce freight charges on the vast volume of products seaboardforsportt thelourcessors hate relied The Trust Question ttentlon aaYIIIistIcoatiibehoretS aisewhtII a bmedforthoconnltuilonnl power so to supplement an olle live coda of state legislation aa to throughout 1 rulestondIrreachlna itillt phulloff ustkni actionHtitralnt reInSurloUsppllellbycongressThe riilllnplnca LI IUJectn hllIpplne ne benefit condltlonAsaysInatme length upon the condition of af eeklngtoonbibity of tho future government of oSe Islands rests with the congress of the I nlted States I abstained from rec andnnal81ateaforcerection continues the military arm must purpose known the formal expression of Its will us the authority vested In me by tho upholdtheose distant Islands as In nil other places placingtound lSyjOn the menus which theannb Ileoplehavob llthebenIcIiI Ion and the Institution of local oven ments within tho lines of authory anJ law We Are Making Progress Progiessln the hopedfor direction has en favorable Our forces have suc ast i Y controlled tho greater partd organizedforder and administrative regularity to nil arters What opposition remains IIs for e most part scattered obeying no con I J V7 It4 plan of strategic aetton eperatlBg oftl the di TtbonaIneffective to alter tho general contra n crowapgetliaatsuntrolreponwacalof Industrial and agricultural development 1 which we stand ready to give to them fly tile sprtnc of this year the effective opposition of the dissatisfied Tacals to the authority of the United States was doortorottheabout I appointed In March lost a civil WilliamJror Micli1an lion Luke E Wright ot Ten eesee won Henry C Ide of Vermont and Prof Bernard Moses of California The alms of their mlKflon and the scope of their authority are clearly set forthmy Instructions of April 7 1900 ad dressed to the secretary of war to be transmitted to themisPrinciple Are Appreciated ReferrIng to the manner In which U 0thwork of the commission upon the lines laid down In lila instructions to them thelhlllppineIt is evident that the most enlightened thought of the Philippine Islands fully ap Ianpredate the Importance of these princi plea and rules and they will Inevitably within a sitorL time command unlveraal a Iifeneforo must be Imposed three Inviol ble rules UteIi imwt lyaken whepeedy and public trial to be Informed f the and of the byoimimt 93amingthe assistance of counsel for his defense that excessive ball shall be n loorunusual punishment Inflicted that no per s loaIIn1 cue to be a witness against hlmlell that the right to bo secure against unrea sonable searches and seizures shall not be v ti poaryiishment for crime that no bill of attain phatfreedom of speech or of the press or the aIemblIo f grievances that no law shall be made respecting an establishment of religion or rohibiting the free exercise thereof and that the free exercise and enjoyment of profession and worship without iniscriminationbe allowed thEncouraglagLAterreporU from the commission show et more encouraging advance toward Insuring the benefits of liberty and good governn tnt to the Filipinos In tho intoofest of humanity and with the building up an enduring selfsupporting InrI i t eastern seas Impress upon the congress that whatever legisI Uon may be enacted In respect to the PhilIIpplne Islands should be along these gen erous lines The fortune of war has unlougbttrultharged d devolved upon thIs gayer ment a moral as well sc material respon slblllty toward these millions whom we have freed from an oppressive yoke Wards of the NationsI have upon another occasion called the Filipinos the wards of the nation Our obligation as guardian was not lightly assumed U must not be otherwise thanl honestly fulfilled aiming first of all to benefit those who have come under our fostering care It Is our duty so to trotthem that our flag may be no less I beloved In the mountains of Luzon and the fertile zones of Mindanao and Negro than It Is at home that there as here It shall be the revered symbol of liberty avtSThe Filipinos are a race quick to learn and to profit by knowledge He would canatemporaneous adsvancementyet 050 If our duty toward them be faithfully performed Porto Rico The civil government of Porto Rico pro vided for by the act of the congress api ICorationi lished The governor and his associates lyworkingare meeting with commendable euccesiI On the GUi of November a general elec tion was hold In the Inland ton members of the legislature and the body elected has been called to convene on the first Monday of December I recommend that legislation be enact tbeIthe public lands tn Porto RIco and iiLiti I and onhequant ky of lands the title to which remained Tn the crown of Spain at the hedateI nsUnitedI necessary for surveys be made and that Sthlands be prescribed by law Drilling wUh CubslThe present conditions In Cuba are re termed to citing the call for tho election of delegates to a constitutional conven tion and the meeting of tho convention which Is now In session and closes this part of his message with the following When the convention concludes Its labor I will transmit to tho congress tho constitution as framed by the conven j ion for Its consideration and for such action as It may deem advisable Tile Army An Increase In the regular army Is recommended and the need of soldiers shown After saying that we need at least 56000 troops at home to care f out expensive fortifications and ordnance he continucEnWe have In Cuba between BOOO and II000 troops For the present our troops In thatI- lIland cannot be withdrawn or materially diminished and certainly not until the con elusion of the labors of the constitutboti- flconvention now In session and a gover- ment provided by the new constitution shall have been established and Its stability assuredf Rico we have reduced the gar rlsons to 1616 which Include SS6 native troops There Is no room for further ro ducUon hero We will be required to keep a considerable force In the Philippine Islands for some time to come From j the best Information obtainable we shallI I need there for the Immediate future from 60000 to 60000 men I am sure tho num J ber may be reduced as the Insurgents shall come to acknowledge the nuthor I ity of the United States of which there are assuring Indications It maybe apparent that we will re quire an army of about 60000 And that I during present oor4lt1onl In Cuba andI t the PhilIppines the president should have authority to increase the force to the present number of 100000 Included In this number authority should be given to I raise native troops In the Philippines up to 15000 which the Taft commission be have will be more effective In detecting and suppressing guerrillas assassins and t Lndrones than our own soldiers The full discussion of this subject Iby the secretary of war In his annual repocIs called to your earnest attention The Postal Service Under a discussion of tho postal serv iice he urges an extension of the rural tree delivery system and says This service ameliorates the IIsolation of t farm life conduces to good roads and quickens anti extends the dissemination of general Information Experience thus for n has tended to allay the apprehension that t- It would be so expensive as to forbid Its I general adoption or make It a serious bur I den Its actual application has shown that It increased postal receipts and can be ac companied by reductIons in other branchiof the service so that the rev i Oonuestigatherevidences which point to these conclusions varenort of the postmaster general which svipIts recomme4datione i rccomtnendedwthe consideration of the congress The Ci Lipdevelopment of this special service ho ivtover requires such a large outlay of moocthat It should bo undertaken only after a careful study nnd thorough understanding of all that U Involves I The Wary 1 1of necretaritheease In toe personnel of the navy are proved as well as those of the catch anditablendered distinguIshed serylco d ng ths- r with Spain Progress la Hawaii wa T Ifsilneeds of the Islands as follows In the territorial act of April 20 1S09 section 7 of said act repeals chapter 34 of the civil laws of Hawaii whereby the encouragingfof resourcesheiovernor of Ilawait recoinmenda legislation looking to the development of such water supply as may exist on the public lands with a view of promoting land settlement The earnest consideration of the congress is Invited to this Important recommends tion and others as embodied In the re port of the secretary of the Interior The Twelfth Cenaus The work of taking the twelfth census referred to as follows The director of the census states thate work In connection with the twelfth census la progressing favorably This national undertaking ordered by the con grass each decade has finally resulted In the collection of an aggregation of static tical facts to determine the Industrial gr manufacturingdm cU agrilturistSed ucational and religious opportunities as well as questions pertaining to sociological conditions The labors of the officials In charge of thi bureau Indicate that the law of March a 1S99 requiring the completion of the four portant and most desired subjects name population agricultural manufactur completedithinOur Public Lands giventheately 1071581662 acres of which 317 53 acres are indisposed of and 154745 3 acres have been reserved for various purposes Thepubllclands disposed of dur g the year amount to 1J46S78S acres Including C42XC9 acres of Indian lands an Increase of 427147480 over the prcced g year The totaf receipts from he sal public lands during the fiscal year were ltS797SS 10 an Increase of 1 3C9 62 yearThoour forest licy have demonstrated Its wisdom and e necessity In the Interest of the pub lie for Us continuance and Increased ap by the congress for the caring on of the work On June 30 1900 there were 37 forest reserves created by presidential proclamations under section 21 of the act of March 3 1S91 embracing an area of 4t425C29 acres- Pensions At the end of the fiscal year there wers the pension roll 99323 names a net crease of 2010 over the fiscal year 1t39 The number added to the rolls during e year was 4534I The amount ala for army pensions during the year was 113170059721 and for navy pensions M76153341 a total of I1S84521SO leav In an unexpended balance of S34276S2S to be covered Into the treasury which shows an increase over the previous years expenditure of 10707770 There were CSI names added to the rolls during tbi year by special acts passed at the fi congressThethings provided for an extension of In come to widows pensioned under said act to 250 per annum The secretary of the Interior believes that by the opera tions of this act the number of persons pensioned under It will increase and the i ncreased annual payment for pensions will be between 3Wl000 and 4O0 000 The government justly apprciaIes the- ervices of its soldiers and sailors by making pension payments liberal beyond precedent to them their widows and or phans Agriculture The department of agriculture has been extending Its work during the past year reaching farther for new varieties ol seeds and plants cooperating more fully with the states and territories In re search along useful lines making prog ress In meteorological work relating to lines of wireless telegraphy and forecasts for oceangoing vessels continuing In q uiry as to anImal disease lookIng into the extent and character of food adul teratlon outlining plans for the cale I preservation and Intelligent harvesting or our woodlands studying soils that pro ducers may cultivate with better knowl edge of conditions and helping to cloth desert places with grasses suitable uro arid regions Our island possessions are being considered that their peoples may be helped to produce the tropical products now so extensively brought into the United States Inquiry Into methods of Improving our roads has been actIve during the year help has been given to many localities and scientific Investiga tion of material In the states and tar ritorles has been Inaugurated Irrigation problems In our semlarld regions are receiving careful and Increased considers atlonCivil flerrlce for Philippines That there may be secured the best serv iice possible In the Philippine Islands I have issued under date of November 10 1900 the foitowng order The United States civil service commis sion Is directed to render such assistance as may be practicable to the civil servic- oardb created under the act of the Unite tates Philippine commission for the es tablishment and maintenance of an honest and efficient civil service In the Philippine and for that purpose to conduct examinations for the civil service of the Philippine Islands upon the request of the civil service board of said Islands under such regulations as tony be agreed upon by the said board and the said United States civil service commission The civil service commission Is greatly embarrassed In Us work for want of an adequate permanent force for clerical an- thero assistance Its needs are fully set forth In Us report I Invite attention ta the report and especially urge upon the congress that this Important bureau of the public service which passes upon the p qualifications and character of so large orneeded appropriations to secure prompt ess and efficiency Washington Celebration The transfer of the government O this InterestIgenuine pride In the capital of the re publicIs a matter of Interest In this con nection that In 1SOO the population of the District of Columbia was 14093 today it- sI 279718 The population of tte city of Washington was then 3210 today It Is 211196 The congress having provided for an appropriate national celebration of the centennial anniversary of the establish mont of the seat of government In the District of Columbia tile committees authorized by it have prepared a pro gramme for the 12th of December 1900 which date has been selected an the an ntveruary day Deep Interest has been shown In the arrangements for the cele bratjon by the members of the commit tees of the senate and house of repre sentatives the committee of governors appointed by the president and the corn mlttees appointed bv the citizens and In habitants of the District of Columbia generally The programme In addition to a reception and other exercises at the executive mansion provides commemont ive exercises to be held jointly by the senato and house of representatives In the halt of the house of representatives and reception In the evening at the Con Gallery of Art In honor of the governor of the states and territories Conclusion In our treat prosperity we must guard against the danger It Invites of an o- ravaganco In government expenditures and appropriations and the chosen rep retentatlvcii of the people will I doubt Ot furnish an example in their legisla Ion of that wise economy which In a sea son of plenty husbands for the future fl this era of greet business artlvity dod pportunity caution is not untimel Itvill nOt abate but strengthen confidence It will not retard but promote legitimate industrial and commercial expansion ur growing power brings with It tempta ons and perils requiring constant vigil anco to avoid It must not be used to In Ito conltlcts nor for oppression but forho more effective maintenance of those uponhIch thatheity Its superstructure peace WILLIAM MKINIaJExecutive Mansion Dec 4 DM l t N 1- IIIm 1r 2 1 I Building i t- I MaterialI t I bddROUGH AND DRESSED LUM l hI t I BEH I jli 1 Doors rind Windows Shingles o 1 Limo and Cement rr atlianlwarocirst4OiIs J ii iiESTIMATES L I iT JIFGt FUfI4rc oFURNIS lED 1i j FEED STUFFS I lIiliq dAd Corn Bran etc etc r t lIr 1 l lyR YS fjljiS01t o i t rwD ttQ1OO50 vwgonSp1ts 9lliatheWagon Spokes delivered on our yard DIMENSIONS N x3 inches rr Mlles lflBfltrtlIbolcs Lit i nimBI Length of Iliad Spokes 30 inches e1300 pert iMlbtlTirlgtot tIJlJXXIIII per thousand for hinds- II viT iiYc WhlNlAbSAIca Mr Dec 1th 1100 Hicknian Ky hY19J1hF rLiqudi 11f J l r fflBEi GIe Jl8Uq nFiIIAanVe1ricialnlWire Fencing from 25o I to 40 cents per rod in different lengths at SHAWS c aidsoueaspI gim 7tnktni life iusur- tn i1iilI UiiXt a full dinner pail iiltoTyOfirtwJIosiDwMinsbaud t1milrllbyt t SIiSPt to the doctrineI i uf havoPl rt J iy 47land9Nili bcAthtng air I 111111 I I I whoIut S fcidfl dfor cblif ant lagrippe dnf tg thej JWfI fUIIellJIt9Hl1f know ttlge not a iiigle case nlS resulted lit Jnenmouia I T p Y + I fleJdJOo JVdba51l AVeII TfafikiJ ortJl ihe most prominent re tai druggist in the city in IfpenklDJt of this trays We recommend Chamber Wins Copgh Remedy for Ta grippe In iwIitiitj caics us It tint only gives prompt 1 X tidcompicto recovery but also toto ea teWctriiaytijidtncyof Id gHiipoW reo L VaUl ttacumtJhiil Pbttolo by Cbw t118hAWI18t1 I iliDLfI t nLC- ree1111 Attliaf t DuchC8 county N Y seasOhamCertains Cough Homcdy is thebest l11edichMhI J1avo overused It LII n flue children remedy for croup and necrIfails to cure When given as soon as the cbild1e omen h91rso oq oven after thit1cro cMltU U l p Jed1 will revont the attacK This should be- r i1l fJtat hated utYy for tbp instant Cougb use as soon as symptoms appear For sale by CowgOr 1 Cowgill Hickmau and A M Shaw State Line M dwHri4fJf t td Misses Anhioand NannT6 Wflliama were the guests df Miss Maud Eaker Sunday and Mbaddyv o I tttGir Fresh gnJcerJeiatlegSod+ kind I at Rogers Threlkelds Free and if prompt Delivery Ji9nQ 74 I l The W C TTJ will meet at Mrs t C H Hubbardlf today 8 plh A full attendance Is desired i MILI will for 2 weeks clean your watch for 50c and guarantee it in order to get my old customers back Over 20 I years experience R W BucK I bIRev Hall 1 left Mon ay fobwhert they will preaclijllolinessi I tj t Mr John Hagau the candy drummer of WennelteNIprr1 S 00 was in town a few days this viblc i IStWo are closing out a beautifull lot ot Sterling Silver Novelties and Sil ver Plated ware at cost prices Now iIe thetiuio to buy Witsovs BOOK STORE Dr A S Dabrtoy will preach next Sun dayat the Christian church Services cordla1lyiUltcdi r I = fin t Ii RIiaL Other IblCUvu will gtveln THV OtnvooK Intensely human ant VitUi ikw MCIJUlllQihlftJlllei1ICJ IJII1 lU Denmark i x sadrmallyestudent fletleMenl jtIliaprors an4 efficient aid Throdorc RoeievdV In rtorginUing the New York police Mr ku- we1 wtltsrlJtsiwplWtYlhotoor Nip 1 IIIi 1111 LYMAN yABi36TT will contlbute of Important pjperab fundi mental Vltcit rincplef applied twentieth ctnrtMtiM celled Till f I tpMAtln wlud patpdorttblq ufatloneLn- dntpftt uIFMPuhUtift4Jtj1lif Illi l flYtri1- dt htttI s- L srr f We llretI too Zf iaklxkiNiCd tat31- yt VlII Ite MlkS IT T IBUT WE HAVE THE RIGHI XnUTJ GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES i Now is tkOrime to T1rff A WILSONS BOOK OV1WrlESrumio It1 u- h H irtsrijOCKLTNEWS ItIII- Ir tOFINTE rTIAl LJJ1I d 1itIIo fsSaltupat 1o I- MII JohnIttiti oPdtjdAti 1- ijllra 1I1J 2in the city oils week llIJJMLIS1 i i tQi VoiQ1 JRgilrll tows Sam Ford of Fnlton was in t rrrJ lftf YftJt J I l8Q3ulIo lgtirt te j lrloi John Brock and daughter oil ItQUIS tiN jilillg L A Stunt tri t I nliltU9 r ItBucktr nji I MiwI Htiiiiu L f f inanjfUMflJfr t Ll everythiuiq1liwjrI f Master Grover Salmon ill r ItenotMiss Netti LihtnBr of St Lools- vlAttlUK AllcJ Ilrf3 CastO- slo te Hot CwujQoniHon ai Cowgill Miss Bessinjlierring of Union C i Li visiting M Tschudio 811nlI I IIyoor I II wjjl only you fifteen cents I mouth for each hoisc- Dr JoIiaternnadwife of Fult c r spout oraodtya il+ Uickinan wq I I HUlinilllbatScheUkers ij I 6r IiJfIIi tional Stock Food will keep I in perfect health and save 10to1111 i cost at least fifty cents per j feed on each horse ikMGAmtfl1tl r 1 Jig a i WCikMGJ 1 r 1i i 2P7A laiRoossortmealof WintcrBufe 1brlwillgood m thaUiac l i K Daviil on utter ltu nhcttJ edJhb nlrt TJrtoiMllo ret nl YlttH t1I I IIGoodI3j II I fTho sta that the Methodist ras rhiisGiiy chrfri In Hickman thatobSe hanks i day Thanksgiving 4- 1httld t iudbeoEpiscopiJ omara t slid fI011nCe M alit t nbc4c4c411tTho flu st line tt l Shoes over shown In tiflffcifynt tSHAW 11DectiryStorjj jrW teriT I gMako your selection now at beautuul gift showqpt1Witsosa STOHI uzaarpnDecomberaIry Store rlJ m C3rAn elegant line iofl holifhty glasswuewyh1 good VAlues at Rogers Threllcoldsq duughtorfltMMaJril 3b r WSrSovon curs of corn dud one laflo ta111asJoontnlret IntellJJ t Mnl Stoqkl Ipqil will iCaop your b9rse In better condition than teh earn ii- IU Wrn witMut hJ rrtSavo time trouble and mono 1innb1tlIYbuyuWJWON H1166 fueJltr 4 ty r71tt i eo v t w I JJW Saviiwi r a vtMraJiYgIi 1 Busy 1 Men awWomeiij tit1 k f13oo ytar Turtsj OUTLOOKSR nuytbe d iii iliL llg l f Ii7elyI Ne3R4erIiflI sea m ttted MigiziaeVp i TetrsIJA l IOJ- IinIa 11 M lagslevtryJWcckIwtr clearcat ragnpilsLyJ a i ilbR- T 1 t Edi ot I kkleft lad Jtfnultoa 1r MiBliii jke fc I I I In travellerAin to MIl aaedes as U win bt Rloirt l inut R rl s STORE f t f d lirlItJI u d J tl N j f w very i Ii i nest l I this I I 1 11 I i a h i It wj R a a f an to B A L HrrUPtJdihhe nym were written two of- bfietWikkrg of recent novWUIfI Wska Canadianwesternjtfu IIl 1t rlnheytarlelnep Jt JIt s rtOWrlItI 0E T E R OUTLOOK to ntw e i era we will tend iit- fwo r4Rntjtirtiltt4r gppts pr vldcd Ithit popd iiiitntiono J iAddi1 Ttte oufTLttOK NfeJw6Vbf I a w 1 1 t I tUIi Jr OLAYWpvrllERrv lIlJ N I On Thursday tho 29th nIL in Clinton iJttJllrIy ono j S Both tho bride and groom aroircsit I oats of Hickmau aud enjoy tho goof lyill and best wishes of bests of friends hey returned to Hickmau on Sunday ttrhrc e + rrtPritit MrHiju MrS John WcnthOlI ski n MlIfu or of Invited gues B IfbWO h appy ouug couple wore the reclptentp ra number of haitutifnl jirosonls a e t1il 1ItiIPt J itctthhc dtiltieltti I lgi1111 tC t l + r MUs Lottit+ FthhtJwko half 1 heen ate udld nlftu t jilascyI wtf JfhlltWptnYliJlt1IPI1 WfRrr to lilvlhLI 4locTkho members are oat vr t ell 1lastog ay IilklDal1nnPt18 rcb has dccopt raignThoifblliil1 oilbrJl1 clasbdE1te1ela- oks o nwet4ek MwyatWladw taaay sales 1 nl1lirlI Their member l1p1 now over WO In tlt11llfkIMJl1 hnrcl I I tOur stock hits been carefully no tbItt i lain figures WitsoxsBoox STORE M 1 I r 1UtCU1Itoko Ij tomach nod Liver Tablets They cork regfatesicleI uti A L Shaw t e if llnflif iii We dropeil II- hes on hand ate mo price If you want u atido we do do On- E E REEVES Co accompluilcedgnIt export trot VrUh rfllo or shotgun I i ti Q Jl1en hetfetber dI9Qi1l210 L Bb P dyOp atedlylslal ttbWingJI aTcsifcrou3 hawk that was playing havoc with the poultry yard she took the r1tl I gJJff14tt rfpctl the 1 k- I Tltls is not lrflrt 1 romuM ft11 1 ickumu mn conic en eyet a i I I t IIIliuildiOKI I Rogrsbayt Leonard flitnmoiis K bBomerH and Robl if f GOlllcrI1 JI I 1 L I ins Ieadachr dUooPIih andpilgrtcou- o I follow If you wish to avoid these ailrmoats keep your bowels regular by tik j ing Chatnborlaius Stotnaon and Liter I Tablets ti L hen reghired 1heypre s I r easy to hike and mild and Kentld iltrICotvudlIiickmnuaud I I i ffort i t f t tIs i J1hrlMtt l slitthllrforward feelhalvelt tl HILL uth withonfratlatM M F tr- Y VUMt1fKS L We MWit at lncnA reliablo man ear look aft oar inlArnUlinJ ultimiqcr tho adjac mt onunllJ SliMy Mi Mm mission Speolul Inducements to oT + r tothorirfit pnrty r LhiupliiqiliCuj J I 1QhwlrmlIJtIJ i shnooko Sr rl Splendid Selection of WogKSrI AsAnI NE11Y ItNojDEtry S 6i e ou o ping up to date ofj I 01 MA itv 1D11 141iSnl ti10nn- u I 1I I ur 8onr r r I THE STEVE STAB laiverxeeal ke rl Mt1 I lWagtytofikranM44 m5i forfihlro Every accowoW Ltiinm our patronage solicit 11 11iJ or ttrm mmI 4tii 1 1oiiio i llIj1MiO 1llEPOPiLM1 LINtfEOJt stfplelhiesg91St1ulOwpha Rne Iuy deltdlrI 7bliddhiidall polfllI nh Ia11 add Weil theirs r Qt- U Mobile BirmJnchanj Nash- ateObeiNDopg4 VontfotnpTjj 1bolllu vile Atlanta Aupiuii CharUiton 8a q J1DonlheTampi Port Tan I ilimlaDlI all points In the Boalh UiIJgabb smoking room and Complete toilet Anajl lavlnottJ+ r lanieeJ t UI16Jorle 11qflIPIV Qli1rtt+ i4 th ibe contort of ihu ii nr Also 1Ilf1uF IjJ lu lrPFttltiJtsII ouliVJSDil Mobile New Urloani Hach- every ThoiiintTill + sad JaekaeoctHe- K U BLAIR AliI7ivh AI rr J1J I Illinois Central R Re r Tf1KIl tI1A li i 1 THROUGH SlegpiggCarI Service 9ailtt4ttrm rd1s4s0A a Yo FROM 0 0 fi tfWril ttSi j Tdi rt1 +rvia elli pii- f tirougll sleeping cur rcsurvatibntrcan w be secured from Cincinnati and JlobSmired leaving Cincinnati daily at 000 rCitChiftICatcameiJ IulliifAri sleeping car atnl freo1 lining chair car Cindnnuti to Mont lIMit and sleeping car und couch item piGllorlotfjprir ThrouL li4t slrHitiodH Cqii jnuU Anil i IIIl tt Hot ferfriiig r can ui 6 W Curedon tim Sp cial leaving Cin ofhnall 8lOt nL and Loutnvillo llKl p rot daily arriving at Hot Sprirltrl0u tho QXt morning Sleeping ray wervicp from Cincinnati also conch from Louis 1lIJ to Memtihiri SIcupihif car Mow phis to Hot Springs Dining car ser vice en routoII A epwial folder of thU now service on Cell as full particulars concerning tho above can ho had of agiJits of the llli nets Central and txnnuiaiilk JiKAi I h W A KELLONU A O P A Lauhlvilloit 1 Chicago f t Y CRkQEjFQ I- J i ici i IJ1 yr f I e p l r J itIl j a1 5t4qo 11gjp f III 0 1111t t i ih I l I fir f r lti clII tli rvinlfI ti Ji J thL II Used to Yorryz fIhi tlouluJ tr + trrrril iif Ir errIli floiI1 c r rIf i I luq Clrrtllrltcals lift 1 snipers dir l Ii norm to attract altWI iillididnt raw a crowd tt Iiir J f jiontlnf Rvgi k lrI J I I t i K 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