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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J e eft 1 7J f 2 j- P 0 JIt e1 r1 C I k h rrHEj HICKM 1 COURIER r I J f Et t P eLDEST NEWSPAPER x STERN KENTUCKYi ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN LR25 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 9 r II Ij It1 IjIt1i 4 j j insStoves i I themIj 1 i agentsj 1 the I jiifor burn falnousII j No smoke no ashes less wood and more heat than any jthemjI stove made W S ELLISON otherIIrj It f1 If11 i 1 I PROGRESSIVE POETRY SOCIAL Complimentary to Messrs Ed and Charlie Stephens brothers of the bostI Mr and Mrs J T Stephens entertained at a Progressive Poetry social on last Thursday evening Fourteen couples occupied the different tables arranged for their reception which were supplied with subjects as a guide to their poetic sentiments Cards bearing the name of each of the players and to which was attached a bunch of violets tied with ribbon of tho same hue desig nated their proper places at the tables and proved also pretty souvenirs of the occasion The commingling of poetic thought though quite beyond ones ability to describe or reproduce justly merited tho praise and laughter it ro ceived Altogether tho merry partici pants seemed never to have enjoyed themselves more Delicate refreshments were served while music enchanting filled the evening hours As a pleasant y reminder or the occasion tohthe absent W w r J1JTbo Old Maids Wish TTm she migli return to Santiago vithi Rip Where if not contented she could easily skip Back to the United States wo suppose Perhaps to one of her Hickman beaux Who if not up to date on Spanish lingo IB just as cute she would have you know Another lass wrote Though marriage a failure may be I am willing to try it with you and see Geo U Goodman President I a J S Goodman Seer all com to a Paducah Ky 4 I To be your sweetheart Ive promised my dear And your lonely life Rip will be mine So that to cheerIVill be sunshine and happiness rather than groans And though Funny Dreams oer your I slumber play Youll awake to find mother inlaw far IawayI Rip my one aim in lifett Is to be your Spanish American wife I Where on Cubas fair choro hand in jI hand well rove And live together a life of Love fTOE DEACON At City Hall ToNight The Union City Dramatic Company will occupy the boards at City Hall to night presenting the beautiful play The Deacon The company is compos ed of some of the beet talent and best society young people of Union City and their performance is praised very highly by the Union City papers We feel warranted in laying that our people will be given a pleasant evening and we therefore urge all to attend Mr F S Moore a promising young attorney from Illinois has located inI Hickman for the practice of his profession He is highly endorsed EaLMcFALL it DISUTOBS the painless dentists GEO H GOODMAN COMPANY 4 0 4INCORPORATEDDISTILLERS RED ROCK WHISKEY Distributors of High Gradex Rye and Bourbon Whisliies to the Public 0 0 JIJ aWr 6Treas Address munications DIstilleryNo District Nelson County Kentucky Goodmans No 1 Ky Bourbon 6 yrs old 200 u 2 u 8 250 it U 3u it 10 u n 300 Jack Beam Ky Sour Mash 12 yrs old 325 Muss Rose t iskey THE BEST 600 Robertson Co Tenn Wblsfcey 2 yrsolfl 1160 4 175 to IS 200 Old 1160 North Carolina Corn WhlskeyII50 to 260 Holland Gin 150 to 350 California Brandy 225 to 400 Apple Brandy 200 to 400 Peach Brandy 200 to 400 Port Wine 85 to 160 Sherry Wine 85 to 160 Blackberry Wine 66 to 150 SCUPPERNONG WINE Special 1M per gal Rhine Wine 350 to MN per 12 quart Case Claret Wine 350 to S050 per 12 quart Case A +r INo goods shipped C O D Money must accompany all orders without parties have satisfactory commercial rating We can ship from one gallon to twenty thousand and are not merely running an oflice and having others do our shipping at such a profit enoughWeand our goods merit your patronage A trial will convince you and if you are not perfectly satisfied return goods at our expense and money will be cheerfully refunded Regarding our responsibility we refer yon to any mer chant or bank In the city of Paducah Ky GOODS ALWAYS SHIPPED SAME DAY ORDER IS RECEIVED We solicit a trial order Geo H Goodman CompanyN- o 115 S 2nd St Sign of the Red KocK b- Red aao- t Rock Rye or Bourbon XXX 10 years old 380 express prepaid g Red Rock Rye or Bourbon XX 8 years old 345 1 II Red Rock Rye or Bourbon X 6 years old 310 Red Rock Whiskey is sold only in full quarts in a plain thor oughly sealed case with no marks or brands to indicate contents and is the only Brand on which we prepay express Especially recom mended for medicinal purposes o THE HUN OF INDUS aq w WEST HICKMAN BOOM ELEVA i HANDLE FACTORY ITOR E y 1 Editor Hickman Couriert No written description of West Hick man hate I ever seen of the several improvements and enterprises we have now If you can bear with me and alp low me a little space in your valuable paper I would like in my feeble way i to sap that we have the railroad elevajI tor turntable fresh river breeze and we grow flowers in our own gardens Permit me to say that I appreciate the i significance of being one of the West j Hickman citizens and I can safely say Our souls are stirred with a new life I The life of a grander day is falling upon us we are thrilled with the conscious ness of a growing powerjand prosperityii though we have no phosphate prosper ty but we have the hum of indnatryv i We have in West Hiekmanfivecla 1 of people as follows Quality BotII Quality Commonality Rubbery andjj Trash We are a temperate people except 1 at Xmaa times We have a representative in the high i school but none in the council but wi I are goingjtodo our best jtohave one linII the next city election If we lucce we will then look for good side walks I You can find nearly anything here ex i cept vacant houses Every house is oc cupied a great many of them having two families in them and II think they are paying the rent or theywould have to move as the houses belong to mt1Ic who are very good collectors Why dont you moneyed fellows who have vacant lots in WestHickman build on them I The Hickman Handle Company is here to stay and we have evidence that before long we will have aCrate Factory that will work about thirty men underI the shed There are a great many people who will be surprised to know the amount of money W G Liggett President of tho Hickman Handle Company pays out to the laboring class of Hickman and sur rounding country He pays out for labor under the shed 135 per day fo- rtimbaNntheloiO per ay7andT5rf2aJ expense f10 per day He turns out 10000 handles p rday ho will Ibe out from this about 950 per day for hoop mnterial Beeidcs this 1 extensive bug ness in West Hickman Mr Liggett fc in the timber business ntPuloski Tenn Columbia Tenn Franklin Tenn Chat tanooga Tenn and Huntsville Ala You can see thntthis enterprise is fiu great advantage to the working class of the Middle States He is President theiH II Co the Tennessee Lumber Co and the Gulf Timber COot Columbia Texas- I have shown you the bnsines quail tiee of W G Liggett now I with pleas ure yes gladly do I speak of him as a man No written memorial can indicate the strong hold he has on the men ho has employed nor portray that peerless personality which gives him his marvel ous power among his men He has a matchless grace of soul that makes him an unfailing winner of hearty His translucent mind pulsates with a light of truth When meeting with the fair sex of the different States and places his command of language is as bound less as the realm of thought his ideas as beautiful as pictures in the sky and his pathos as deep as the well of tears He moves upon these souls as the divine spirit upon the waters either lashing them into storms of enthusiasm or still fag them to restful quiet of sympathy A TENNESSEE REBEL THE SALT CURE Tho efficiency of common salt in stim ulating hcartaction was demonstrated in a remarkable manner by Dr W Z Kumler in Hamilton Ohio on Sunday Dr Kumler was called to attend Mar cus Saner 62 years old who has been long a sufferer from dropsy He found the patient apparently dead All symp toms immediately following dissolution cold extremities absence of respiration heart action and pulse were manifest Dr Kulmer resolved to try the salt 10 lution as a final resort At 137 pm he injected a quantity of warm water containing 25 per cent of salt in the left arm In twenty seconds there were signs of a pulse and it was plain that circulation was being revived In 25 minutes a second hypodermic was ad ministered this time in tho branch of the brachial artery in the upper left arm in 20 minutes from the second in jection respiration was full and ryth mal Color returned to the patitnts face and he recovered consciousness and asked for food Nourishment in the form of broth was administered and soon after Mr Saur took a drink of wa ter one of the best symptoms of return ed functional activity Mr Saucr la im proving t i a II p DryHGoodsiR I I It A New SHAW Departmenti j 0 Ii 1 S IInFeb e s jssi 4 g ruary m x 6tf j i tit rtlr i 41 T4 Very LoW Prices ony I Overstocked LinesI J AT saAwsI II OVERCOATS MENS WORK COATS I MENS RUBBER OVERSHOS MENS ARCTICS IILADIES OVERSHOES 1III ry Yvr4 l 4 J f Kc 1- iM hss u f v Building r 1 Material r I e iiI eROUGH AND DRESSED sLUM BEHI =jl Doors anti Windows Shingles e Lime slid Cement j Builders Hardware I j Paints Oils etc ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY J FURNISHEDyt alFEED STUFFS 1 lay Outs Com Bran otc otc L P WS sonjj v ELECT C HARRIS PRESIDENT The Obion and Tintonvillo Rapid Transit Electric Railroad at the annual meeting of stockholders in Obion elect edr C Harris of Luke Couuty1resi dent Cot W M Wilson former Presi dent resigning Horn oak and Elbridgc pledged 25000 each An engineer has been secured and some are sanguine that the road will bo built cA Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vice President of the Illinois Womans nlIliance in speaking of Chamberlains cough remedy says I suffered with a severe cold this winter which threatened to run into pneumonia I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicines upet my stomach A fnord advised me to try Chamber Iains uough Remedy and 1 found it pl M= iit to take and it relieved mo at- Oll Iun now entirely recovered satin a doctors bill time and suffering anti f will never be without this splen ltd medicine again For tale by Cow gill it Cowgill Hickman aud A M Shaw State Line I 3 THE WOMANS EXCHANGE Is now open at Backold jewelry store This is an institution designed to especially help woman by giving Ihjtr an opportunity make at home that which she can do best and place on- t pale in the Exchange Special and prompt attention will be given to orders I left for anything in tho line of cooking PersonB desiring the privileges of the Exchanges apply for information A cordial welcome given to all j CIRCUIT COUitT ITEMStt 7 The Fulton Circuit Court convened Monday Judge R J I3ngg of Carlisle County presiding in place of Judge Robbius absent in Florida Commonwealths J Attorney MoormanJ is present representing StateGRAD C C Smith foreman J R Brown A M Lunsford A J Jeffries W F Blakemore W J Harper J M Crad 1 ock T A Prather It A Warford W B Walker G N Helm R A Alexander IETTIT JURIES J W Williams J W Elks IshamII Browder J1 McClelland Seth Curlin J G Hall H Buchanan J E Fuqua J C Harris S A Graham J M Roper I W A Shuck B O Stubbs L M Duatt hart T B Laiinoin W B McGehee C R Hicks R A Browder R M Be lew Robt Hendrix Hugh Barry J W Caldwell S H Liuder W II Apperson- H P Smith of Fulton was licensed to practice law Also Mr Frank S Moore of Ill was admitted to practice in the Court I C DAMAGE SUITS The cases of Mrs Jno T Blythe and Mrs H l1 Tindell of Fulton vs Illinois t Central Railroad for 40000 each for the killing of their husbands was transferred to the Federal Court at Paducah MASTER COMMISSIOXEK Mr S D Luten was appointed Master Commissioner in place of W P Taylor f term expired by instruction of tho reg ular Judge TRIED NEXT MONDAY Commonwealth vs Charley Smith JJ forAnext Monday Tom Ferrell assault on Joe Fergu u son fined 10000 Charley Moore furnishing liquor to minors fined 5000 51 Win Young colored housebreaking t two years in penitentiary ANNIVERSARY SERMON At the Cumberland Fres b y t e r inn Church in this city on Feb 40301i ui Rev J L Dickens D D will preach a sermon commemorative of the organi zation of the Cumberland Presbyterian I Church This denomination was organ ized Feb 4 1810 It has had wonderful growth and prosperity A cordial ink tation is hereby extended toall lovers i ofthe cause of Christ to be present at 3 this service MRS S K DAVIDSON International Stock Food will save you two bushels of corn per mouth and will only cost you fifteen cents per mouth for each horse f I L I I Ti CAHBTHERS i BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY IF IiIIi i I HICKMAN CLINTON STREET liEXTTCKY 11 If j i j Telephone Number 90 I I i a I or I I SHE IS A NEGRO J llFulton Leader 1 II Delia Vaughn is a negro County I Judge Caldwell of Obiou County SatII urdiiy said she has colored blood in her I and returned her to her colored foster parents Rock Sisson and wife About a week ago throu complaint of citizens of South Fulton the county judge ordered her brought before the I court to determine whether slio was I white or black shay claimed slip was a white girl She was taken before Judge Caldwell Saturday afternoon for trial Many witnesses wore produced on both sides butat the conclusion of the trial Judge Citldwoll ordered her return ed to Sisson and wife saying that evii dence had boen procured sufficient to I showl that she ladl colored blood and rightfully was tho sulopted daughter j of tlieFnhtonlnogroes The mother of the child idled about eleven years ago fund fgavo the iufant to Book Sisson and wife to Braise They adopted thechild and gave her a good xlneUion and she is now in the fifth grave and Isthirtoen yearsOld She is unusually bright and seems contented and happy with her colOrcdTamily Sis son iis a porter in A P CreedleB gro cerySisson tml wife returned to Fulton a Saturday night with the young girl SECURE A HOME- IosIaIIrnentP1aa1On the BuildIIThe 22nd series of the Iliunnau ing and Loan Association is now com mencing and the books open for tho en try of new shares This association has now been in successful operation eleven I years its management prudent conser J vative and safe and loaned more than 100000 to members during that time It has matured ten different series paid off and settled with all in full and npon maturity thus proving its solid and substantial basis rho cost to borrow ers is now less than at any time in ite history If you want to own your own home to utilize rents in paying leavens or you need help toward paying for property already purchased in town or country anywhere in Fulton County you are the ones the Association epecial ly solicits to take shares There arc more than a hundred citizens of Fulton county who are now and who have been members who have borrowed money from the Association or placed their money as an investment they are your neighbors and acquaintances talk to them as to the plan and management of this Association For further informa tion call on GEOKQE WARREN Courier office GCash Book Store Splendid Seleotion of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS c Call and lee our Stock Everything up to date MARY BERENDES Co tcuIUniHdonc1IJ No I ice KfLTON CIRCUIT COUR- TJ M Witting Plaintiff vs V Equity Tpui Dillon sr admr Deft Notice is hereby given to the creditors of Mary Kuoerr decd that the under signed Commissioner of the Fulton Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at his office on the corner of Jackson and Ken tacky streets from the date hereof until the 1st day of the next January term of this court 1901 to receive and hear proof of claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will bo forever barredIW P TAYLOK Mast Couir Fulton Circuit Court By TOM DILLOX SR Deputy 1 =NEW FIRM r0m ars 1 FURNITUREo = Ul l bought the Fur initure stockPhillipKingf will1 continue the business at the old standand solicit a share llllofII- j keepaI full line and lpermit none to give better barains COMEUP ThIRSIC to Ravingi leased my dry goods stor Ro elUIUI have moved lily stockup stairs over the 10ceryroorul opposite Dri Davidsonsl Dental 1tpirlor where I willl continue to sell at cottall the remainder of my goods Please call if yon want anything in this line very cheap TSTHa INTERNATIONAL1 STOCK FOOD 3 FEEDS FOR 1 CENT This is a practical and very impor tent matter to every stockman or anyone owning horsesJ cattle sheep or hogs s the health and vigorous condition of ouch animal depends the great question whether or not you are making or losing money with your live stock If the animal iis run down or the digestion becomes weak then onethird to one fifth of the grain eaten is not assimilated and passes through the animal undigested and worse than wasted It is not what an animal eats but what iis thoroughly digwUd thut result in vigorous late and increased iivii n1oana1io1 StockRFooa Is a perfectly safe food for horses cattle sheep and hogs in any condition or anytime of life It IB rich in mrrition and has a superior vegetable medication To use INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD only costs stockmen Three Feeds For One Cent ik01di J A MCCLUREjj SIC Troy Ave Hickman Ky Orders will receive prompt attention at M B Shawa Sons Department Store r ONE WEEK begunFor SUN He was beset with bill and dun Aud he had very little MON This cashsaid he wonfpay my dues Ive nothing hero but ones and TUES A bright thought struck him and he said The rich Miss Goldrocks I will WED It But when he paid his court to her Shelisped but firmly eaidNo THUR mustdieAlthough hereafter I niay FRI They fouud his gloves andcoat and hat The coroner npon them SAT UflCPresident McKinleya reported desire to withdraw American troops from China in order to avoidentanglement in the almost inevitable international conflict now threatened by the situation will doubtless be encouraged by the sanest public sentiment of the American peo pleThe United States government would have comparatively so little to gain by participation in what is likely to be the greatest war of tho century that it would be folly to remain in a position making such participation imperative Nor fis there any peril of a confession of weak ness or of a spirit of dutvshirking m the Presidents favorable attitude toward a policy of retirement from a squabble which should in all wisdom be limited to the European powers The girl that stabbed the young manII with a hat pin because he kissed her inflicting a wound from which he died ought to be punished for her violence But she ought not to be imprisoned or anything like that Sue ought to be sentenced to never again kss mother man as long as she lives Druggists now have a good trade in almanacs and calendars v COUGH MEDICINES COLDCliil UIIIIJll TONIC ALL KINDS AT Co CowTgillsDRUG COALF GOATTf Pittsburg and Eureka Orden accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY I ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Faris Son TO HAVE GOOD TEETH it is essential that you take good care of them A little care now and youll never regret it years to come Our careful examination and work mark our professional service as dis tinctly superior and satisfactory Nothing too difficult for our skill Charges that are met with pleasure lrs McFALL 5 DISMUKES BLOWN TO ATOMS The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful drastic purgative pill has been exploded for Dr Kings New Life Pills which are perfectly harmless gently stimulating liver and bowels toII expel poisonous matter cleanse the sys tem and absolutely taro Constipation and Sick Headache Only 25c at Cow gills drug store FREEI will make a full set of teeth plate or bridge work to the oldest person in the county lleaving his or her name at my office between now and the first of AprilMcFALL DlSMCKEB h I r HICKIMAJN IUNKIII- CfilIl f 1 KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Terms Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bunk are protected by the Moslei Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W CJO IiysON Cash ie iI CaIHERMAN WAGON CO tJu IKKKS OF THE CKIEIIRATEI HtOKIMrAN WAGQNS HLCKMAN KENTUOKY h 1 IMI iitl cfI OtkU1j f B Dges The Best in the World I You Cannot JIaike a listulce In Buying One of these Ranges J One of its Strongest Points is its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Bakes Biscuits in 4 Minnies Light Bread in 40 Minutes Buying a Majestic menus a lifetime of Economical Cooking Call and Examine Them Youll Buy no Other a 38mBDV BD HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS E TADLISIIED 1SIS SJJ TOM DILLON Sr Propr t Succor to B C Carnage dtcM Marble and Granite Monuments CURBINGSTONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c c- Hiokman ZSy A DEEl MYSTERY It is a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Nervousness Sleeplessness elancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will cure such troubles 1 suffered for years with kidney trouble writes Mrs Phoeba Cher ley of Peterson la and a lame back pained me so I could not dress myself but Electric Bitters wholly cured me and although 73 years old I am able to do my own housework It overcomes constiaation improves appetite gives ICowgil1I llOR1LEAD OHIO RAILROAD THE POPULAR ROUTE FOR Mobile and the South St Louis Chicago i Buffalo St Paul Indianapolis De troit Kansas City Omaha Memphis Tenn Little Rock Ark and other principal points of the North East andI WestTwo trains daily in each direction elegantly fitted and carrying through sleeping cars- Remember the grand Mardi Gras Festival in Mobile February 18th and 19th let your ticket read via the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Only one faro for th round trip long time limits E B BLAIR T P A Jackson TennI C M Shepard G P A Mobile Ala CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are her to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please yon than wn old reliabl- barbels e R U CALDWELL WILL HUOWELL Horse Shoe Biirber Shop In the new Laclede Hotel where can be found good barbers polite and ready to servo you Good work clean towels keen razors Well try to please you J H HICKS H R Ivy Illinois Central R E II OF INTEREST TO STOCKHOLDERS ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS Public notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the I C Railroad Co will be held at tho companys office in Chicago Ill on Saturday Jan 26 1901 at 11 oclock in the forenoon To permit personal attendance at this meeting there will be issued to each holder of one or more shares of the cap ital stock of tho 1 C Railroad Co as registered on the books of the company a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the companys Lines from the station on the I C Railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to bo good for thejourney to Chicago only during the four days immediately preceding and the day of the meeting and for the re theeday of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during bar siness hours that is to say between 9 a m and 5 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Brnen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtain ed by any registered holder of stock on application in writing to the President aPe plication roust state the full name and and address of the Stockholder exactly ofesuch certificate No more than one per son will be carred free in respect to anyone of stock as registered on the books of the Company For the purposes of this meeting the Stock Transfer Book will be closed at 8 p m on Thursday Dec 20 1900 and remain closed until the morning ot Monday Jan 7 1901 A G HACKSTAFF Secretary f i- I I Ij pt I rqJrA R- 9 ft 73SlA7i = i SJvym wnwrrat r THE HICKMAN COURIER i GEORGE WARREN I HICKJIAX KY FRIDAY JAN 23 I nLli11otttIi11uc III I I N 0 8 St IJR R I LEAVES ARfIVFt3tt Train No5p m I Trmia Xo 52 j4II IIII Train So 3 at 205 p m Trati Nor 1 1W p I I ANNOUNCEMENTS i FOU KBIRBSKNTATl V E I We are authorized to announce Mr H B FI ITT ot Hickinan County w a candidate to roproseut Hickman nml Fulton Counties in the Lower JIiof tho noxtStat Legislature hnprrj to Democratic primary convention tl I bo hed Feb 4 1901 j I We are authorized to announce Sir MMI Ayers as a candidate rupreaiut lul1 ton and Hickman counties in t ii Lower Ilonsu of the next General A serably of Kentucky subject to th Democratic Convention to be held m Fulton February 4 1901 I I I OOUXTT SUIT OF COMMON SCHOtIS I We are authorised to announce MrI EM I METT W KOACH ns a candidati ffor I IIIII office of County Sup rintendtn t III Common Schools of Fulton dlyII subject1 to tho union of the Dew fatI ic primary to be held April 0 L11- Wo are authorized to anuoun Alis DORA MBACHAM Ssurn as a eaaliia- for the office of Superintend1 I of Common Schools of Kultou roin subject to the action of the Dt JIII1iIIic primary April 6 l1I1 roil SHFKIFP We are authorized to announce Mr 1C A NYLOR as R candidati for Sli of Fulton County aulijft totlJl jI of the Democratic Primary OMI IIIiI Gth 1901 I We are authorized to announce i r111ni CAUPESTEB as a candidate for the of lice of Sheriff of Fulton County snlI ject to the Democratic prunar tii c tion to be held April 6th 1901 We are authorized to announce ilc IT Toun Wnioirr as a candidate for t htIoffice of Sheriff of Fulton l OUIHI subject to the action of tle Dcnuxrir I ic primary April 8 1901 i FOR COUNTY CLERAII Wears authorized to announce i LUTE as a candidate for rerlection to the officeo County Court subject to the Democratic ClerkII election to bo held April 6th j We are authorized to announce Mr LON Bi FORD as a candidate for till offico of County Court Clerk unbjtot to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 190- 1nunonnoeWE are authorized to AROH E BUEVARD as a candiduee fop tike of nee of County Court Clerk cube tr the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 Wo are authorized to announce W Mj BAcoN m a candidate for the oHicf County Court Clerk subject TO th action of the Democratic primary tI1 bo held April 6 1901 FOR CCCJTTY AlTOSNiV We are authorized to announce Mr HENRY F KEMUCY as a cuiuiitiau for the office of County Attorney su b ject to the Democratic primary t Lu held April 01801 FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce MK itl Nooxov as a candidate for re tttifjl to the office of jailer ol Fulton l tr subject to the Democratic mltIII tobe held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce MIIr W j i IIticct eQlIIlralIIprimary FOR A KS80K We are authorized to announce THUS B LAXNOM as a candidate for tiio of rice of Tax Assessor subject to IDem rocruticprimary to be held April G J 1i 1001 r rWoare authorized to announce Li THKR WATsoN as a candidate for the iffiei Tax Assessor subject to the IDemo i cratic primary tobe held April C liKU W1COPUMcratie primary to be held April 6J 1M1 t 4 j We are authorized to announce R1 j BROWnER as a candidate for the office I of Tax Assessor subject to the actionI of the Democratic primary to be held 1 Apri161001We t1 to announce Boi tt lIE DmcK ass candidate for the of fice of Assessor of Fulton County suh f r ject to the Democratic primary to be t thel April G 1901 c f r rCOUNTY JCDOE I We are authorized to announce HIRAM t t f KEABBY as a candidate for reeltet I I j tion for Judge of Fulton county court subject to action of Democratic prtiI mary of April 0 IDOL I i We are authorized to announce J F j SMES as a candidate for Judge of ri the Court subject to the action l1 of the Democratic primary to be hole April G1901 r h IT GIRDLES T1JL GLOI5E Tho fame of Bucklens Arnica Si iv the best in the world extends ifMui e the earth Its the one perfect h iCats Corns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons ArhAs Pans Bud Skin Eruptions Only infallible Pile cure 25c a box at Cow ilI Cowtrills lifts u c P 0 uyt C- tyi1tui I S IC x + r S a- i I l i r g tcO iIII r di i I1 jsr 7 fgpwg w I f 0U H J j t BfA N J l IIIOi o G i JUiUJilsi v3iv f ii3i 5 1 f t a- 1h 1 Oa 3tiIttt witA V7ii1Ah iM7 tlAYKWMS I 1II td i lIHiliIi i iII j f q j f j 1 1 4 Itf t tf l I 1 I I Far ColLrvttos htt11 11011 11fi 110 J WoolenI ShirtI I I 1 al 1 dii i f 1 I 1 i i 11 L fi i I 1 j j 11 I fll i13R 17 L I I v m f 4 As70 1 AT i iii to i 1 Rt 1ill x t IIiCEi teh L L I- rro Hi n I zrarJare tdt iI lilr two IIr Ii r ji 1 1Id j il r J j ainll1 aiIati iirtioi ii I d l IlIaHJi itt9 i V rrft I Ar A i 11 I ii i- A t 1 J I r 1s- J H t Fmf3r f- lr Idr rhC- Jt l firtr tII i I I i I t 1 JasAazr AZreagrxrrt =1 j J 1 i i 1 or f Sjj fu I I 1 I e If I I artsS 1 lii i H I IJeroatsn Uf- i j I F t t f If MEM spcJ v- 4 ll if 1I a f I J I tinS + s WII 21 f3AL cAM1iICKMAS m- r1r t 1 I iI 1011- i if- A S c rilfttt tt- II J 41- i I rt I d t IJI d Jtt114 11crcill t C 1 Every Lu aI i1j ndt I I 1lS- I 1 tr N- t r Ei- i Jj r I rt rt iipyc h ZI 1rf13a JJWrlt JWrlt1WH SFAcwv cwvilntw ImlWJd1h1l 1h1lI PHILLIP BUTT ORFF MFG COii NASHVILLE TENN i LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS h LurtTl oJ FJJ New Enterprise Stoves j National Steel Range- sTINWARE PLAIN STAMPED AND JAPANNED TOVE AND COUNT- RYHOUOWARE MANTELS GRATES f1ni nI iI 111 Jig1sPl1Itl1 tAli rZER l fjwr P t f rt r 1 JII rut I I jF11tj tJ 4- t Tt t I I U t I jilit j totiOl x e J UJ cy plL r 111 Lmllt 1 Ua6 11 PuhisI- k I tv tI CI lit 5 y K Parkr Lam 1ttnt Clams lrotato Mashers 1aUIock PrIC E 7ttietT Rottry Sillers tat Tripe 1 Itit Faint x MntoNtt- to h Traps IIGri liar Pin- lts3 Jan SDklntIetA SlltYln Sets itAl Stones Steak PAWder- PRIng 1IddIIII 5MrvfastawltGs Stfil1 1UU4TM ansage YUMfr Scrub BrusbM sauat Mwa 1hI NSnItsitIp rans itTCl CutleryT WHO LCALC I AND RETAIL o ASK YOUR- DEALERt6 o WRITE FOR- CATALOGS ANO PRICES iolltt Seta- lT1 Tea stR- fttwdI Itflknt- T U t Ndlft-r a ihrtarmnlllPlP1 Trega IrIs MindtYjj1l1ton i v Sts 1 ihr141 + I Faurte- tl r I 11111 5 r CInt-y urr f Item rrlrtthing to Ij au1 1 I Ier j t1m Ot 1 i I ItHtI rytn ryIl t1 K a ii 17iffvu lii ort 1t I of tIll r 1 krijeli wit r tIC S c- U 1 last Thur p tr 1 iI Wcluntllh i T i l Ililt l lou r ir I ill the st UIa tli1 I ily i J MAEKJm AT UNIONCITV r Mr titarlrs 1lj t1 n IIi L r to- Mri Gra L r bynttc ifj ui t ifui I ti i t f r Sd l I plirii 1111 i I jIu IF tIi iLi tr n tiI r 1 i on dull Jtttir cii l r 1MIlall Stonih and fL I riet 2 cent 11 i 11 f It 1 IIii r S I11 I II Ill ln I I I 17ILI att ClII II i I 1 I 1 I 1 LII j11 1 ivaii t r i J li- till Eiiil I i 1 n r i lr i1 r I I 1 1 c JDI GRAS t IK dItl 1 11 riill for lit r ii i trip viai h- tllhirritll c i Tin alma tf viil ii in irijtiii vtnu l ti 4 1IJhdii Ik to 1 In d r tern Id t to jlh I Hlj I tII1 t OJ NvW ri I 1 TI vui lied thfJ Itiot tal4 rrv j illmin lILwjiniI 11i In ililt itl rity Itrik t iIril1 I i itioii f11Iun yutir ttt IrtrtirIra1I t orwriter srifi KD CI Ir A- Molil A1 r as is t ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept Ne York City N Y- Ir I f I i I EtJ ttlULr111II j I r S ji jircul j ojr iirtvn f ruiy riJIlS Fin s hriis burl i tiniiI laat f i iI ij rtif tl cool i i i iy Mi nril X ai ail J C V- mriit1 lL I llirr MI itincrt nicii oiiiiivr of lKiinss tity 11e isms a I Hnw here and IHW poolI- 1 i Vp havei t V TV v y court t1l Mijij r 111 II i all aliYI n r itt sii iIn ijILi iuiiifl It whihIl IIIcc J j 1 I I i i i iiiinly etlrnrt hi I tllll ji Max Xiuiifi iiii titI UiiiinI t v til fri n I Bow 11 Hi 10 iltl iii i jrIJ VISJttlli till11x j tIii rill youi iriiI tii Vn11 Ir andI HirrySiih IIf Tiltfllil passedI iIIII ih iir viii v Thuviiiiv nI1tItP to I aa MISMS ivii i11Iitt i1 yavlr iaAli I 1 1 tA1It fri ml til riiuni i LI I niv Tint i Missi i Triiil iinlurj wlo n IvijI vitiut friId PertI + 1urto i11lr hiijiiv in v i iI ilt t L1 1171ti rltllt111 fjLl i it r frillIIL V Vvli Ii tiiuiii laii ill Lii Ail Sidi i v i olri at t Vi I lIs4r u Tivsci 71 lliuht tr JIIM 1iN to llii fJiM for till l 11l of 1 iii Iii v church 11t this place i Tin iiiult rtk his uti no salts firI IM rti 1hii fiiiii i ck which sKki v trr I tir + f t i I surrruntliii r IIltr A FMKM LEGISLATIVE CONVENTION ttH i iII of Kiiiitrii and Huk j au iui4 i arl i Id r jiiet at theiri t tS riivr t iiii ji plIitmi SaVurday fond litCeu tilt tour of two and 1Fth II iIoli I la tit Ii tllilat dtlt riisi in ile 1l frlliJ i i ciiivrntion whicli Mits at Fulton iot tty Fei aril The Molliers Favorite- CLaasierhiit toii h reinciiv isj till u oinr litvoritc It i jIut sad saf 1 liiiIr q t tki iuJ always riirts Iis ithlodoIJIt lajJy for tolrt LS 111i L tI ttIrlnt- uciMud i tl ii Ihri Tiul for tiij iiv Till r i iI hi l trii 1 iltLMr in iiur ii t rtit rr for tiicri iis ill ir no njiniin i ruiitj iiijiiridii IlrrgIIJ1d my i1 JIMI i rlioVmy to in haw ji tu 11i11i FIIIdlnlflw liIl Iovvfiill HirkmriI and A I- Siiiw State Liii frbelow price J at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not Ite classed with the inferior imitations sold at cent pound less than Arbuckles It has quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package definite part in some useful article Hull information with each package 11ii 17 Save the signatures 1DRS IKDAVIDSON DeJtJttistHq c M N KENTUCKY i iJc ovor CowgillS Gowgillg oruir store 14 OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker TUCIYtVEME A r IHUT when you want rT Bluckfiuillhing done or repairing speciultyI f 1 keepft Undertakers Goo ds Common UosewooJ and Solid Ulacl Waant Coffins nnd Cnses which can be lilted HI in short notice nulll at reason ilile prices Oire mo a ontl- M Shop near the Tail K Item ley Too W lleullttt BENNETT 8 E33MLEYA- TIOBH3YSATLAW == especialhei its air Bennetts olTi e will remain at tlJiitji and llr H mlfs in Hickman C E EAKER Ge J J 1l1 G1iQCt J Powell Block Clinton St flavin pitrehed the Grocery Stock o- fJJ Uontiur ui would IIe pleased to hee nil old friends to call Fresh Goods sad Choice liargnitio LIVER1 STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First eluis turnouts buggies surreys jrritj4 safe teams t Customers Frved with courtisy andolitenoss Pa truLale tiulitlted7elupltone 19 1- Q I 1 t t I t famou- i j coasted 4- r JL f 1 R a a a s i H C c i v i iiIt1j r Local and Personalrl = Reolfoot Lake was sunk bv earthquake 4Dec 1C 1811 uggets of rich copper ore have been found near Gleason Woaklcv Count Tenn trTeeth without plates MeFLLDISMUKES Miss Kittle Cooksey of Fnlton has Drygoods nOWMjpaperMesscrs I sundayI withoutI Col Mott Aver s of Coy Bcckhams 1 I I staff has been granted permission to or ganize a company of State militia at Ful ton Charlie Wheeler announces that ho will not be a candidate for Congress next year says the HopkinsAil IKen tuckiau LoatheShoesatII Mrs R Y McC ounell and her mother I Mrs Morrow of Jordan have been vis iting friends and relati yes in Hickinau this week Mr Water Wilson the popular and accommodating Deputy Circuit Clerk of Graves iis assisting Circuit Clerk Mor ris this term of the Court Thesteamer Dnckeyo State sank about 100 miles above Memphis in the Missis sippi River Total loss The boat orig inally cost 260000 No lives IotIJWe are here to stay Call and examine I I our work Me PALL t DIS I UIRSII I Mr R A Browder of Fulton a pop ular candidate for Assessor is on theI I I I jury Also Mr T Lannom and Bob Hendrix candidates for the same oilioo Doctors are now reaping an unusual harvest of grip patients Might as well j fMhionIItj season Circuit Judge Robbins and wife have gone to Florida to spend several weeks4s on account ot his health Judge R JI Bugg j t ing his absenceHKPonitiveIy all work done without painless i t dentistsV r 1 Tr WE ARE RECEIVING i t 11 rr J I y It 11Iti j This is a Waists and entirely new 21 to 3 yard will make a waist I t Gold and I 1Silveri Braids i ejst A full line in Prices 3c to 10- cGold l It t iI Trimming Buttons j a I S Ladies Fancy Hose I1 35 cents per pair 3 pairs for 51 I t New Percales r For earlr Spring Waists Beau iful patterns i Embroideries I t Largest line we have over shown and prettier patterns j f F FELLISONS LA 4 The negro who had the small pox iin the Cayce neighborhood died Saturda last Tim house in which he was sic and all appurtenances was bu rnt by order of the authorities jFresb Oysters always on hand at Car uthers Attorneys Sam Crossland D G Park and Gus Thomas of Mayfield Jo Bennett of Clinton and Toni Smith and Payne of Fulton are among the visitors attending Court this week The Christian Scientists have attempt ed to persuade women that their love of dress is imaginary and that rags are as good as tine raiment Here however the systtm broke down Indian medicine men in the Southwest years ago tested the salt expfcri ment for prolonging life They also gave pepper a trial They decided that pepper was the better of the two r l Eld J 31 McCaleb who has been u missionary to Japan tor quite a number of years will preach at Mt Hermou 3 Saturday night and Sunday at 11 a in A cordial invitation is extended to all p 11f fti1I 9 s = = =ZSSE353 I While Taking Stock Were Cutting The Prices As we find some goods that we do not wish to carry over we will snake specially attractive prices to move them Dress Goods Sumo excellent things for hereloforofOther good patterns which were 15 cents which we make now a price of 75c These are very desirable goods and should be looked into Capes JacketsI r andSilk Waists I Have a few only I Iit nnd will make specialty low cut price themjLadies Hats At cut prices ShowThis Week NEW ARRIVALS OF EMBROIDERIESWhich I line we have over shown and much cheaper Prices start at tfc a yard and on up to the finest qualities At 5 7 lt2 and lOc specially good val u- esNew Percales Styles are very good Prices St to 10 cents ScotchCheviots at lUc sold heretofore at 12tcents All Wool TricotThis excellent value in a very desirable Dress Fabric all wool 7 inchecs wide in IIallthe staple colors Are we 11 40 cents but our price will be only 30 cents New I I ICalicoes IINicei Styles at keveI Icents I I Have Too Much ClothingIOn hand and to reduce the sloe k start thiB week a SALLand 98ciPdntsain wo have put Pants that sold at 125 and 3150 and good values at these prig- cos 200 Pants In this pile nro all our 250 Pants and many that sold for J50 350Extra Size Pantsu These hare loon selhug at to 750 Suitslens stud Roy Snits from ourregularflOtlOIinel Every ale in the lot is good value at 1005 and at prices named rsa bargain 398Childs Suits Your choice 01 our finest Suiis including 2500 nud G50 SmtirFancyShirts ShirtsTo wo are ninkiuy these special prices 39 Cents For a large line of the FAMOUS 50 cents Shuts good stylos 59 Cents For our 75 conts Shirts These are splendid values 75 Cents For SI100 Shirts Theso in dude Wilson Bros and International brands the best in the market fur 109 IsP W S ELLISON HICKMAN KENTUCKY Q I icLocaLandPersonalM- iss j H II j j Lizzie Ainbtry of 1 j Ark has been visiting in HIko1 i week Tho smallpox iis paid to exist in violent I form in Missouri about Jmrns HII j and sitduitS lf Remnants gf Wan Papn r nontll fra room from 7 0 centv to t1ltI tueqmck to Fott11rotrtl patterns jTiLsoN HOOK STOUE j I 11ill T Wfjjcor merchant of i lildIi i has been apJjnt 4 bv Gov IklbI member of 1iD State Boardof iiiiiI riot A goo Oman I i L Mr and bIj Jore Malone of Union City and MrlyJoo Witting of Mtniphi + II attended dial of their fatwrii I John WittinG1 yetlI j jThe boardipff a lathe built by Dr A Fans faTlier in 1847 recently retI I j moved in tolfrnbly sound condition can i be seen in lie Couriers curio window i j jj Mr Wand ftlndrewe for a ttup conI nected with jewelry house of U WI Buck was njirlred this week to Miss Nell GIbbs Ibelle of Union City IHj yaw an elopweut Joy be with them j i Biter WJf IUD i jij We tarty JSt received a tine selecti M i of the SalJjhih Library Call runt1 i see thesef ii2WILSoq Mrs CpfeiiSlteiby Brown wife of M1 r- IN Bro n t the Kmh Creek uihj borhooa IhWttuuntF died Monday cud was buried Tutteda v Her venerable husband is dq oronsly ill and txiufit oil to die fe VicUirJfft Ctti England and IKm prtss of Judfrdiedi Tuesday Jan Jr at 630 Jaa SJjbt was 81 years old Shv is 8UOCafidc lH the throne llay lu r IIIIj the Print OSWE le8 Albert Kchv aid who win rulsliimg Edward Yy The WfugqpBws is a recent l turc iu jouruRHtnfc The first issue was put lished stained J L and J K IVr I ryrann fatfaopnid son are tlt pubiih ors It Is a our cplntun eight pti sheet mid h very nice advertising patroungo fflm Wingo Water Yull y and Fulidu I jtl tC 1 bridge work a sprrirl painldnti Equii Blair of Fulton way hi Rickman lT and Tuesday If ii- treesg urgud maoy friendu 1111 u candidltfec County hlllInut much iir cd to the roc lliei svrvwl as irate both in tthij Ilickoiait ly and would d tyIudmake a go i Mr Pori J i t 1 i notue ID i Tuesday night lle 3had ben i with consum iiijii for several nd the brave sjiril ttii I- Idreadyielded I d tn yer He a volun the late Sjiiuii Anrrij eau war was esteemed 11m lIonra- andblc in worth vouuy iniin j jSvU MA rARKON Un January tnd tStuJ nOs Church Holland Pik BayswaI jr the Rev Tlmrntmi lP U- lhomlleil IICbarft SeIIr dtp I 1Iikllt Medical wlfcnr St Marys Hospital f Cliiliirtl taistow and eldest on i Thouiaft ire of this city to Ann1 Oliver daughter of the late John iiiUac9Mln Esquire Londonderry Corentr Ii dIj I j Covent flss n suburb of London Kntj j j i Mri1 I I bII many 011 eii u I I MABBI1D NEAR OAYCB ij iMr J JfjSeajr a well kuovn highly I i reHpectabl1 nd worthy farmer of this i county nlffipiies Jenni Thomas of the j Cayce nafchbarhood weir united in i mnrriag ul the homo t f the brilis mother OB Wednesday the Jrd Hov W v Jeaklns of the M E Church jI performIng the sacred ceremony May I j i I peace joy happiness and prcwp Tity I j ever be with themI j JOIIX iVITTISG SK DRAWI j John Witting Sr one of the oldestt- ll and most resiwctable citizens of Hick I clockII and bocausJ at this fact and his ad I vanco ng1tis death was not unex dtiIenand dnringf iOBt of till time was a pro cerv mercnifti Daring his active busi I ness career Jte was successful and al ways industnona reliable and responsi ble Ho waa devoted Roman Catholic and always iil trervinK in his faith and I convictions He leaves a wife and fiveI children to mourn his dnxtii Hi wss buried Thursday morning th I IvI Father Stitch OQud acting the last sad rites Bent out of an Increase of his Iension t IA Mexican war veteran and proud nent editor writes Stviiifr t had I I tisemeut of Ohninberlains Colir Cholera and DiarrhoeA Ktimdy I IW r minded that as a soldnr m 31i n I 47 and 48 Icontracted Mexican iliarr hoest and this reintly has kept 1JIf tn ui getting au increase m my pension for on ovary renewal liosc of it VMHVS me It is unequalled as iI juleLI 1tlP for diauhooaan is j1 iin Itl1 ifi to take ForSnh JIll v s gill Hickuiniij and A M Shaw itk- Line L A 21 eWe 1- ii Oi To aueecss If 1901 r i VT eye made our mar kIin the pt tots years Wt have sold in a year- alll the way front J 6000 to 20000 Pairs of SnuGs i Iivi rxp dt to sill iilorn 1 IHii than ill any previous rearIIOur jiVihvs pnot Wo have hrllicdonnectioJlI4 with the I UiSiiiiifaiiuT in the coniitry and frim then we bny as any lira lirni or small I i11e naiH jris thjttI t jiw sihUtm matched and nover beaten We aiv a k tthtl iis lJ1hnrpLstllItywhtre No sale is complete tsl w u III1l Vt right every wrong Onr Fur Inllli loil= iu Utothing department well deserves its f rda e among the well dressers We catr IJIIi1t ry lar rcc Mtc Lks of the Rood kinds IIOVERCOATS Iillilcarry ivr a one if the price will llthel1lI Si12 V OVERCOATS NOW CUT TO 898 9- rj hIh 848 5 I 10 irttt U t 74S St 1 u tc 5- J I IIJ I I j ii civau A 1n uliti nxx It will pay you to bnynow I S- idi BICE NAYLOR I8 CASH SHOE STOREIo Si Jbe mf m fiieft shf7 gvw 1 1f1fIif k Jt i g Groceries s Frash Meats Hardware Queensware j Oatsf Bran t Lime and Cement saTemiv vvvi i u nv 1 1 1 i il i liritJhHGLJJnrnnln1 pains will he Hpared to please our customers Our motto is hOOD GOODS at FAIR PSICES Try us Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered I j FO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in this llinei of business at Union City Tenn and carry at all times a large andwell as Goodaand Pure Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit a TRIAL ORDER W R WEBSTER vto I C PECIAt OFFERDEU SIR I am enabled to sell and hereby offer yon Fom Whiskeyfori marks to indicate contents When yon receive it and test its ifit is not satisfac tory return it ur my expense audi will refund yon 300 This is a most lilwraliffier and I await your orders W U WEBSTEK I H I FOR THESTlI I- NCROCERIES4 z I j ij Go where they allnoo who want FRESH GOODS at I the LOWEST PRICES Ttl Rogers Threll elds I dBOCEEYII ii WITTINGS OLD STAXD rrl FreellClTh on Street J Telephone 74 Y R f Vni 1 The Hickman Courier GEORGE VAUREN PubLrrr 1CKMAN 1 KEXllVKY t IACURRENT TOPICS The vast majority of llimltis dc not drink intoxicants Boston claims to be enjoying an unusual building boom There are 02 miles of tunnels in the fortified rock of Gibraltar The notes of the lituiK of England cost exactly one half prnny each The chance of two finger prints being alike is not one in 04000000000 A horse eats nine times its weight in food in a year a sheep six times The profit on Englands postal serv ice amounts to about 20000000 a yearThere will be an extensive display of womens manufacturers at the PunAmerican exposition Gold can ba beaten lOO tines thin UCla thiiii printing paper One ounce will cover5 146 square feet The solar orb would appear blue to anybody who would view it outside of this planets atmosphere Sir William Muir at the age of SI is about to leave his position at the head of the Kdinbury university In 1SC9 there were 10314 juvenile offenders in England Now there are 1500 only in various reformatories Sheets blankets pillows and cover lets or counterpanes were frequent subjects of bequest in the middle ages Microscopic observation proves that the skin of the human body is perforated with J 000 holes to the square incht A sign of politeness in Tibet on meeting n Iwnn is to hold up the clasped hand tnd itickourt the tongueiiThe constant labor of four persons for an entire year is required to pro duce a cashmere shawl of the best quality1 The director of the mint states that there are 10025325 of livecent pieces und 9952802 of onecent pieces out standing The United States senate has pass ed a resolution prohibiting the export of intoxicating liquor to uncivilized countries During the siege of Ladysmith 4000 horses of the cavalry brigade were converted into soup or sausage in a tingle month Quail are destroying the crops of the Colorado farmers and have bee declared a nuisance by various own and county boards In seven counties iin Southern Missouri rich fields of minerals have bee found and there is great activity there at this time fTo wideni fa business street the round tower in Copenhagen 150 fee in height is to be bodily moved a distance of 50 yards- A jineiimntie rocking chair has just been patented The air cushions at tached to the rockers are very sinmil- 5to ordinary cycle tires The king of Sweden never touches n gun the king of Belgium has shot only once in his life and the sultan o Turkey can not bear to see a gun Among the notables who will at tond the inauguration ceremonies In Washington next SIareh will be Earl linto governor general of Can ada John Benjamin Parsons head of t the Philadelphia Union Traction Co has risen from a tiH clolla1a week job to a post that pays him 20000 a yearTora the Japanese wife of Si Ed win Arnold has become one f the most popular hostesses in London She speaks English with only a slight accent e More steel is used in the manufac ture of pens titan in all the sword1 l and gun factories in the world ton of steel produces about 100M gross of pens Sir Wilfrid Laurier the Canadian premier is noted for the unstintt manner in which he dispenses private charity Ho iris been known to gout oh cold nights to carry food t sonic poor person in whom he took interestThe I steamer Arundel Castle reported on her arrival at ape Town that when in latitude 101J Nnng tude 1722 11she pased a flouting island men urii byrI 20 feet The branches of the trees were 1 10 feet hifrh- President David Starr Jordan ol Lelanri Stanford jr university says higherr education has become w iridesPrea- the future of this country lies mom e vjth time iim iMiics than with ar powertInsurance for bathers is the newestL tyenterprise in the ins oral e liar Pen t erectte you enter the water you irop in your copper and out pops a twentyfour life insurance policy I Ihourskaiser i ia great believer i luck and was once seen walking through the streets of Berlin carry l x ing a huge horseshoe in his hand In Manitoba and northwest territories during the year 1859 there ar t rived from European countries 20 304 settlers and from the United States 9539 in s necer4tt beIfore it goes Jivn in the world so iit t is carried upstairs as soon as born In case there are no stairs the mounts fill a table or chair iviib IIII1SI1jj t 4k y- j1 D EATH OF GOVV MOUNT Jied Suddenly at His Apartments After Returning From a Walk L KIMV Minutes hitler Ile Suld tu Hi + rife u I Am Sick its lly llenrt Semi Kor a Doctor nt Oiiee Imlinnnpolis Ind Jan 17 James A Mount who retired Monday at noon from the office of governor of the state of Indiana died very sud denly at 645 oclock Wednesday night In his iipartmeuts at the Denisou hotel He had attended a reception tendered by sirs Mount to n number of prominent ladies of the city during the afternoon and shortly after tho guests departed he started out for a1 walk Upon his return he said nothing about being ill and after remov ing his hat and overcoat sat down to read In a few minutes he turned to his wife and niece who were in tho room and said II am sick its uy heart Send for a doctor at once After taking Oil his collar and tie and assisting Item husband to reach his bed Mrs Mount went out into the corridor where she met Senator and sirs Charles C Hinekley of Hieh mond She was wringing her hands and said Mr Mount is very ill Please get a doctor as quickly as pos r JAUEA A UOUVT sible Dr O S Jtunnclls was called and found those in attondnnccnt Mr Mounts bedside chafing his feet and hands in an effort to revive him Ho knelt down and listened for a heart saidnYou can do nothing more for him he is dead R In the lobby of the Deuison at tho timendeath were gathered n number of prominent politicians 01 tho state and at once many kindly cuers of ass MounttDuring the forenoon Mr Mount visI itcd the office of his former private secretary and was in consultation lasstafternoon he made a sl eeeh before asr soeintion and was elected president of the association w Word was nt once sent to GOT Dur inf structions were issued at once order ing the issuing of n proclamation Thrcts children besides Mrs Mount nee the surviving members of tho family The eldest child is Mrs Chas Butler who lives on a farm in Mont gomery county adjoining that of her father Mrs John W Nicely who iisI now at Beirut Syria and item parr M Mount pastor of the Presbyterian church at Conuersville are the other children During his term of office Gov MounWwas attacked several times by fainting spells but none of them wasI serious Col Wilson who was in the oilier with him during iis term of of 4 flee said Wednesday night 1Coy Mount was worked to death His close application to the duties of his office impaired his health and- until some of the burden is remove from the shoulders of the governors cf Indiana the exaction of the ofiicoI will kill anybody ii 0Sketch or HIM Life James Atwell Mount ex oternor of Indiana was a native of the state hav countyMarchwas a native of Virginia and moved to Indiana in 1S28 KxOov Mount was ona o 12 children His iwrents were pour and the family led a life of pioneer aim Puviiy ti the breaking out of the civil war ha enlisted in the TM reghnont Indiana vol unteers and later was a member of ihu renowned Vihlei0brigacli At the cloy u of the war he berried on a farm in stoat gomery county I nil laU1 was married to Mian Kate A Boyd in 1861 Got Mount was a republican and one thdI peprinpracticalSeveral a district he was elected state senator by n majority of 600 vote and in Iii6 ho wia elected governor by the largest plural y ever given la lidiuna to a candidate for presidentBesides three children our vive him Rev Harry M Mount aoJVcs byierian minister and Mrs Hoicn llountN cely new in Beirut Syria and Mrs Chas E Butler living on the atone- lomest4ad t In Montgomery county tht state n5eeretary Hoot AiHnrr Washington Tan 17 Secretary Root was not feeling well Wednesday and was compelled to abandon his of ficial duties early in the afternoon and go to his home for rest and medicsL t J treatment He has an incipient atIiI tack of the grip I Stilled For Manila San Francisco Ian lehe trans port Grant sailed ut noon for Ma via Honolulu with cabin passen jnila recruits treasure and freighti carried 500000 in jrolo for 3fa M LOST HIS MONEY 15 II Vruvce leinsit il ti00 Tor the llrliuii of III Iil0tl SU jUt m Uoy Is Still AIlM nt Atlanta t u Jan 1S H Frazer of Union Springy Ala whose son liass was kidnaped several weeks ago terlumtdogiealsCII4HI apparently lost SiOO by a d coy letter sent him Mr lniwr rceeiad H let tet stating that iif heI oanthei a sack with of llongthI d StaTs fed oralI prison several miles romeIthis city he would be met ha Negro owhogotIItnlie was to tit lirejjihu sari and JtfJ lon tut s to the Nrgru acid j8onwonM eitylookingearlyhoarThe letter WUIt irnci Imkor11 untiled in Atlanta doted 1 uiuarv 16 n nIl the lust met inru wereinhinte am specific r f Mr Traders thekidnapetlf the Jetter alltnJltJunci1 IwtntoSSunday morning he wusnt time ho tel mentioned and reinainetll there nil day but Mass Irnzer did not appear and no ttrace of him or the person rwho receivr1the 5100 can be found FOUGHT A DUEL- Cuuut de InlMTMiu 1Vouud4Ml In i tilt Arm lly Huron Hubert 14 IttbrlildH longexpeetdhlel1 und nron Robert de llothschild was fought with swdnls at 11 oelocl Sun day morning on Karon Udinond de Hothschilds estate at Iroulo tie Sur Seine Count du Lnbersacs seconds were M Seheifc and Count de ILa borde and those of Baron de Koths child were Baron Leonine and Vis count de ttomly The duel began at 11 and lasted ten minutes When Count III lulMrsae received a lunge perforating his arm at the elbow to the armpit The duel was thrum stopped Both the eount and baron fouclit most determinedly neither flinched and neither showed the slightest desire to spare time other Sixteen engagements took place all of a desperate diameter The combatants attacked each oth er furiously The sleeves of their shirts wire literally torn to pieces bv the points of their swords as the duelists repeatedly lunged at each other Several sinks they carte to close quarters und their seconds were obliged to separate them JOHN LEISENRING DEAD k VoIIKiiovii slips hirRlIlI Ior HUT Ciiii rcssitinii Isiksfil Atvay in M riiilmlclphiii ilo tplta- lIhilndelhin w Jan 21Uen John t LcJKcnrinfr ib wellknown nine owner of Luzerni1 county undfornier cori ressinan tram tJtc Liuornu dt j trirt iljed nt thc University liosjiinl this city Mr lAisenring had beta a sufferer for a lung time from heart and kidney trouble and the latter pare of December was brought from his home at Upper Lehigh Luzcrn county to the University hospital In hope that he could obtain relief PlKbt Uoolarcd OfT San Francisco Jan 21The Me CoySharkey light which was sched hasybeen declared oil owing to the re 1 I lIpenisorsICent my Athletic club for a fight in which McCoy was to be a principal The club is now irying to match Hoot and MolYatt Scientific Expedition to Icelnnd Cambridge Mass Inn 21Dr Daly instructor in geology at Har Icard is planning a scientific expedi Labd rador for the summer of this yevr The principal object of study during tll trip will be volcanic formations awl glaciers Jumped From a AVIndow fit Paul linn Tan 21r Ma me Drungouid of Juliet ill jumped from a window at the Union depot She fractured here skull and received other injuries She can not recover It is believed her mind was unbal anced She was on her way home from Seattle letTiIvs Stiirts KOP Cincinnati Yew YorK Jan 21dim Jeffries his brother Jaek and Trainer Dclaney started for Cincinnati i nndnyufter noun The champion hopes that the Saengerfest club will be able to pull off his fight with Juhlin there on Jfeiruary 15- CulDoiiclsm VncrciiBiim cw York Jan 21Tito World churcht5tiell liar Via It rlncIClM Nashville Penn Jan 21 A bill has been introduced in the upper house to prohibit the employment of white teachers in Negro schools col testes and universities A reorganisa tion of the faculty of nearly every Xeero school in the state will result if the law is passed h Ulevntor DtTNtroycil IJy lIre Chicago Tau 21lhc Onkdale ele rotor located at 90th street and liar vard avenue and owned by the Lest Fritz Commission CO7 was destroy ed by lire Sunday Jliuftiti Loss S30000 Hi I c SHE DECLINED GIle time Suitor to Indersliind That She AVtin Xul In the Intih hie lIudllcl madeforandhuntonicinmarriage uys Youths Compaiion titanforcewhohaditSomeand the stilll youth soon appealed to a vi known clergyman for ass tanci iii rindn a helpmateThe introduced him tt a y hIdaywes He declaroii that the Lord iiid mac great inroads upon his inantal atL rrii and it now SnHd to li lha mat ill should repair the breaches of hs iiti The fIY which he irymiii Lop today us onu ol tin rbot Ct ymI i lie ot M IIIIIlrrt 1 I 1I IVN 1IllHf- We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ol Cat nit that cannot l uud by Halls Catarrh Cure F Ji Cheney Iu Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known IF rCheney for the lat 1 years and lulicve him perfectly honorable in all Imsine transac lions and tina lIlI lIy able to rain out any obligation made lby their linn test t Truax Wholesale Dtu gist To Je lo U- 11alding Kinnan S Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken iin iiracting directly upon the hloxl and mucous surfaces of the i stem Istee T3r per hot th Sold ba1l Uru pt Testimonials free IlaIIa Family Tills are the bestr IllI CoiiNelenee Aiin Clenr My friend aid the condemned as he tepped forward bur a few a4 word be fore the nooe wa + adjusted 1 aint no 4 1 sayIprayed keerds aud bin a tuff man and if prohablsheyI that Ive eslaiwdsieh a fate and kin rtiii youkinto you Wahington 1101 SIIAltilS I nll1e OMOOIS HONOUR Kicellent UeoKriililleiil Kxlilltlt at Iarlji Iit antesI line tit Inliin Inoitie 4 The Tatsencor Department of the Union Pacific ItaitwMy i u rwtipt of a letter front Supennttndt nt l i IVarce inviting it to 1IpontlleOmahation As is wr Ivii un tile Omaha Mhools were t wrJI gui iiietial bur till exccl hndsi01traLingoyzrphy The mo Mnjijiiut part ofchiLt OIIaLui oj a s tt of ii- ii liutraied publications and maps showini the sources irom which gec tIJIllIIIterial amid infurmatiijti are oiitained tint perittter1ent itarr arkmnrrcp e that- great errdlt is due to tin ItiUii IK iiie Ph- singer Department wiinh futcihe many of the pub icilic r an inij lr tluiatitexhibit Omaha lite lnl 111 Imw- Xeve1 1mention urwn faultst other kNcwi EPIDEMIC OF GRIP i I WORST EVER KNOWN G c GRIP BACILLUS EVERYWHEREIN THE AIR WE BREATHE g IN THE WATER WE DRINK IN THE FOOD WE EAT loads time turn It1ri The their meet only cures grip j Taken time lives saved in this 8gto have rouse grip householdeIt been a that o have and to a thegC While North says I find trip I have used and they join recommending Q11i M says I very with grip I and to leave Mrs O writes i with seven weeks fullygfirst grip stay t and take doses teaspoonful every hour until the ti This will a long fatal I OvC X5C h- II Afrnld Klilnnpem- Geordit l arent lw o from home late hour c Afraid what kidnapersXaw a good little Lord of me h lit added contemptuously montyChicllgoTribure 9- Knew 1 wife w ow a eolllii l brw taira J hn cied theres robber the + ue the gratis w Iii t strati Thats ucrse lrs r W A DRBGREEfME1 If irQfYfl J antJIt t1i Is Greatest Positive ftlfflfrff1If RsWorM Ever Ssown anti tsc convinced itswoncSerfu cure fUicumatssm asssS Ncstralgii Nothing IHco for Headaches and Weak ness fio isnvivaSSoti for Menstruationy etc I VlfSEa t Ifyousuffer Dr Greeners fffepvara consult Bo ssrae 35 W St or fsfaa you can tSo without or charge sat IlundretK of car of Pemna fhippcd in to meet tilt extraordinary demand of 9II valuable in the toII the enemy extensive facilities maIm 111 taxed to mostt to urgent d for iAlmost everybody everybody must have Pc 0 runaRTaken at of symjjtonisof grip not only IIfirst a prompt cure for grip it prevents those disas trust aftereffects characteristic of this dread disease b gPtrllna not the but prevents it in thousands of will be present epidemic 8 O by the enormous demand for it O It is wisdom Perumi in even before attacks ft 8 the o huts ascertained by reporter following people of Q national reputation public endorsement testimonials O Q Peruna as remedy for la grippe O O Congressman of Carolina Peruna to be 1- g9 excellent remedy for the it in City family anIvIvme in it Frances Anderson of Washington D C daughter of Anderson of Virginia was taken the g able my bed inL week Y llarrhtte A S Marsh President of Womans Benevolent o Association of Chicago sutlered grip X I Q 5 p At the appearance of symptoms of people should g S indoors Peruna in small O ii r symptoms disappear prevent disastrous sickness and 9 fl perhaps g IVI COCO 50OOGOGOGOOvC5oS Sot of hard tin motherly od soul you afcaid to tar at as an this of Oeordie Im IlV and the witakarX lie The poiticiaus tarted by she in hou The Ji rcpitTohr spats the ljH licjhi1 MI Blood tt lerleRemedy the and iVlost lrll the His Tryit povcr to it in Back or HSmbs Painful iiiJi yS JI c7 o wffla RheuntatismP try and G Mth New York Oily about yew case Cads there write This cost J are till directions g- g Ithi remedy of I fillt rs IVruna the llti has the Almost 0 the appearance the the thee but so g the the the given ill Peruna was the the results ojocooootjvoXoryA Pain I IPortco of Htililt ar Husband returning from hs first ascent in a balloon Just think of it Alice las tended 25HK feet in thairYoung llifAndou brought backnoth ing for me 1liegende Blactter 1iicuUraged JaneIt is always a surprise to me what a lot of homey women gK marrie- dIierthaN0 doubt it isa rEflection that pives you a great deal of encouragement Uear Boston Transcript h I This wireless reminds me ofsa grounds quarreLhnt po siible con + I nectiot iis there between the two Its practically having words over nothing y I Philadelphia Times I y 1This Style Adopted Nov 1858 III RIjVo ifffl 0jt- l 1 I NERYTJRkTRADE BLOOD MB NERVEi ZIBMBDT IVegetableI I 4 5rnUDaI f rreu rtjllltj Wntn roe diced e74 IJrrr Cmptatell Jhnl1lUu iasI TamalBekn 31 1rla Chl ud 1 ueIjj aakaald I new yitUt7 erteaa Protra tlon SlMpUuneM Dpeadoe7 t otal- Deprulea UIIIa Tarlll IDfDlro- III anbllat rates n tb aldntotk Apopltij rpUrptle anti SU Sato De rlpitatloe litO tie mid Sltl n4b DTo keettlon ten all AffMW teat of site jrriTocs ITTTEM I I IDOSEj after eath nsul Itla iiut wtttr Ciilim Olc hlr to a teu oact fer etch ceil In a hull n ier IcltrtCnt uner ttiSyocattl In a little water three titno a dir 3Jf yo DiUlcv1Met yoyhodaCii Dr Crecnss laxura Cathartict Pills i In tonncolso wUh Nenrura They art tht test piil in landIl CB cnrra AT DRUGGISTS l I IPREPARE BY t I JltI R E 8J jl Greene- itI fu1r PJllf ti ref Ulatari i3 I I 1 is bars isth 110 rw Terk city I St mpl flMo Hsitoa 41I l4oII If PBICB 100J J Yi b= yrLma== tVJ o IM A mH4iNlJdeoJlfuol fiB5e fiif- it RD1JeMNl1J ei1ln of tho many t1ausands curod Limy r i DRmGBElENE STIle greatest GlRHE telegraphy NlEfRVURJJoII r Mr T UIlnicau Forthreoscarssevere case of rlmaumatism For 23 months I could not walk L step and I neverezpertcd to lkw or workagain I was completely helplessand suffered the most horrible a Xo man in these ever sumifered tookcerythingthat did rno tiro sb ever anythinggood until IGreene began the use of Drs Dervnra blood and nerve rentedAnti now comes the most wonierful part of all Inshort time this asplendid medicine nodeIt is time best me completely wellremedy I over saw or heard of for it rlisedfrom a condition of tter hues toplessnessmo perfect health It Sowed my ability to work which was cntirely gone I am now entirely well and strong and Imy health and nly lifo to Dr owo mdnero s to use it + r C 1s iJiIiiiTD p a r f 1r k THE SALOON SMASHER Mrs Nation in Wichita Jail for Destroying More Bars VWSI A IO itt0ll Ky TIt t Oilier l Uomeiiin lUliur Arrexteil the Woman SlltIwtl the jiherllPn race stud Pulled III1lup CarrieNationi Mouduia smallpox tiuarnntine and the net result of ten minutes of her work Monday afternoon are two wrecked1 i saloons beingMra V MrsTulinandMrWC1 conicaJfti theyraidedonDoirlasnot a workingslotthe frluiwoases itenth for liquors and citrarsi as well as the phi toglass lwiuwdoss and doors were broken With light ninir speed they ran to John Her irii saloon and had everythingt in runt of the room including that plr List windows broken when lie a Pi ei red with a revolver placed it at Mrs N ttiurtsi bead and said that ht 01I lMivv out her brains if she dillI t Illtth 1st She yildeil before the t pointed revolver andwfth her com burfI + In ea loons of Wichita time weeVs It ago ThiMc three policemen met her v itnr RI strtckI it Detective Suttou J ua piar He shoved her aside 2nnf a youth struck him in the face J A ptlicaI i an sruck the youth ant poUltmenrg 1 1 1 t h1 ir fiiiul s aiiil ttoiik them to time city ri iiltilovvii lby xrtim people tiI ittI tJT Police Cullnn diwhargpj r 11riin r after they reached Iheli th1ij siftracy tadI liisp a pruniisi no to N any moii si loons IK flJl 1 j IIJI1t1i rausril a tt is rnsatit i T 1111 IIda I ill Huri I I I i i lour I4r i the nice taUim bold ufII hi rarudi jihim i rmiLh han s Hi trtuify Mrs Nation wjs at 1 1TI I IirinI fcltion in tIlt net of buy iu i ickft to i neighldoliIH tllwl11 tlrt I h I9pulled at her 11tJ L You M my jnisoiieri dam Mrs Nation tumid her fare about Ml weeJiijf SheriiT SiiiniKnis me him a vioK it Jai across the fat Shv follow il this up by taking hold of his ears with her two haul iiU11 wriig then viciously t The Cioa station was full of wom en will began screaming And tre incntlou i xcitement fllowed MS the iShfritT who in a very small man + str iiled with his powerful antago Ttfrt policeman came to the res en and with the aid of some by stardera they succeeded in picking up The woman in their arms and plat ing her in a cab which was driven to The county jail She insisted on be ing placed in the private room for women but Sheriff Simmons put her I in a cell in the svvl rotary where I she begun to pray ant sing hymns 4rGA R ENCAMPMENT CIJnJ Rtrx selected nit the Tine of MrtliiKT and September H Fixed not the Ilitte St Louis Jan 9Grand Army delI egates met here Monday afternoon to select a meeting place A vote was taken Monday evening and ClevelandI xvaii selected as the place in which to hold the next anmril encampment The vote stood Cleveland 5 Den ver 2 Pittsburgh 1 Denver could not meet all the requirements and1 Cleveland was selected because satis factory guarantees of that citys abU jty to care for the encampment we ti furnished to the committee The datet tsetfor the encampment is Septem ber 9 Sentence Commuted St Paul tine Jan 22 James II Southall who was convicted a coup of years ago of fraudulent dealings in government time checks by whi cIInshe secured nearly three quarters of a million dollars Monday had his se bonfrd t of pardons on account of the critical condition of his wife s health South tj alt was paroled and returned home f Monday night i Jupx Put Anhoren Z t Victoriaf JJII 22 Twenty i two Japanese including one woman were put ashore here Monday by U- m United States cutter Grant whi- l m 1 arrived this morning from Whatcom where two other Japanese owners of i a Stoveslon sloop arc imprisoned i They are accused of having taken the if Japanese Irom British Columbia to Waldron island in contravention t t the United States contract labor laws1 y r Stormllf22Accordingfr Ki which left Jnncau on January rubinab on tin South Alaskan coast and the J White Pass S Yukon railway 11 4 Xotzf E 1 1TIltllK TexilN Oil Well 1ft Beaumont Tex Tan 22The viiJ from the big Texas well recently sank at will be piped to Port Arthur and 16 stored there in tanks Thence it will he shipped in tank steamers t ra- xr HOTEL BURNED An EplMl IntoAllI io IIOtIlt r tten lend Other litjnreil licauu Itttduyo 111111 r rid house ofthtC ttirraged 22 year Terre Haute 1ml ud vaiie advt STomsinbedI I i itbrhkuuIKtJII 11I1The1 Ft11ayue1 window in third story fell on cement sidewalkF nnd hurt about tilt hark and internally MartinI Jacobs Chi eajro expert mechanic jumped from thil l inttIlUlll An explosion in the kitchen sent the thevhomo nnl cut tiff escape by means of time stairs The frantic guests rushed to the window where some mined themselves to the ground without waiting for assistance by the fir+ men andnthlIs outfniuting 0tht er guests rcapedwith the loss o all their baggage and clothing The loss is about iHOUO without incur uucc SIGNOR GUISEPPE VERDI t The CclclniittMl ItuUufi Coiaposer I Seriously III With mi Affection of the llraln Milan Jan 22 Various i eounts art given of the illness from which tnor Guiseppo Verdi the clebratciiI talian coinioser is suffering The nlof tliis citysays tilt iialuly is coiiLestion of the brain It mart 1tltt at 9 iiciocL Monday morning he had been nmoMMious for six hours 1out that tin tractors are Mill in cou I1linlleA 1iillctii issued at 0 oVUnk Monl day evening siys Aetitc troubles 1in the tier of tli brain have dead sMisibility ami his coiilitin iis sirinus iiior Verdi vs ikecn ill shortly alroj his rttur from a drndviiS fount in Ii room iineoisu iiN- i I SUCCUMBEDTODISEASE I Vurreii I elandl Jr Proprietor of the Hotel tiiennlile eiv UlkII In1 Avvtiy nl the Ase of IUII f Ni v York Jan Warren 1 Iljnd 1111 Monday at tie lintel i 11of viiich lc vis the po I prietor Mr lLrhud hail Ions tnttf I I fendl troni Itrithts disea te lor the lut two months he had been coniincd to his room ml had Ixen gradually sinking Mr Lemuel Iitna 46 years old He came of a family of hotel pro prietore and hud been in the hotel burners all his life His death iis tin third that has occurred in the Leland family during time last two years Ills cousin Warren helanderr was proprietor of the Windsor hotel The wife of time latter died from the ef felts of the shock of tjie tin which destroyed that hotel Her husband followed her within a few weeks THE SALT TRUST Ili Packing lompnuicx Kiidciivor Int to Force It to livt tji to AIl Ked CfiiilrnotM Cleveland 0 Jan 2Tlw bibm packing comjuinies are endeavoring to force the salt trust to live up to al leged contracts for the delivery of snit to them Several days raga the Omaha Packing Co begun suit against the United Salt Co time trust for 30000 damages and lnnduya sine ilar suit was instituted by Nelson Morris d Co of Chicago damages being placed at 90000 It iis claimed that the salt company entered into a contract to furnish salt for a year at a certain price and it is alljgcd that the term of the contract P ha rebeen violnied0 These actions were instituted in the United States court Sirs Lease Appllex Iur n Divorce Wichitai Inn Jan 22Jary M Lease on Monday filed suit for di theisdistrict court of Scdgwiek county affidavit as to the correctness of the allegations set forth in time peti ntion was made by ors Lease in New York She charges gross neglect of duty The Chinmel nt ItriiiiNirielc Iliirhnr Washington Jan JJ The secre tary of war Monday transmitted to the house the report of the chief of engineers containing the estimate of the cost of obtaining a channel 20 cfeet deep and 200 feet wide across harborciGeorgia The estimate iis 200000 The ntuc Amoiip llrillili Trooits Brussels Jan 22 According to the Petit lieu bubonic plague is raging among the British troops in Cape Col ofony and many deaths that are attrib uteri to enteric fever and dysentery arc really due to plague Col IIiirriMon ViMitn the Prctiident Washington Jan 22Among the visitors at the white house tonln 10was Col Russell Harrison son of the former president whose exit the army has been widely respectNofriends in the executive mansion 3IeanIoM AmonK Roynlly Berlin tau 2In consequence olt alien ling the obsequies of the late grand duke of SaxcWcimar a nun her rf persons of high rank contracted the measles in the infected Schjoss Q UEEN VICTORIA DYING Tilt UKsIiop of NYinchesier Said i lilt Irayer for a Drill IVrS- OH I ar Her Bedside I I i I HE RECEIVED A PARALYTIC STBOKB I I Her M jeslys Phs cinus ire Pe oft ing to Moderate Applications of Stimulants to Prolong Lif- eIOntnhed l I VictoriitK Itsilly Xn One I I j Alore TIuiii tier Medical Atleint I n Ij 11111 They Bull1 j No arid e llojiei I theII Cutter Jan 22 At 11 a rut family was atain called to time bed i chamber of the queen The bishop of 1 Winchester said the ing pel atm over the queenII London Jan 2ihe Cowes corre I spondent of the Daily Express lemma I unofficially that the queen has taken I nourishment frwly since midnight I Usf borne house at s oclock Tuesday morning says TIlt queen this morn j i ing show signs of diminishing j j strength and her majestys condition trnin assumes a more serious aspct j j Si iifd Reid Powell Barlow I j j The queen had IMCII ailing for tv j erul dis and was eonlined to her count Sutidi she received a jKirn i lytic stroke vhicb cnnlincd lair tuI bra uml Sunday nitrht sin lay in a o iitoM condition most of the time j 1ltathrr slat ii the Victoria era now so rapidly driwing to n close j i I passed without any great change in time condition of Queen Victoria Tin slight improvement KO frequently mentioned in the official bulletins merely indicates a postponement of the inevitable The end may be a matter of days or only hours but the members of the royal family who are now dragging out a wearyvisit at Osborne house know that the death of her majesty is merely a question of a short time The most noticeable feature of Monday was the satisfactory portion the queen spent in consciousness which she regained early in the aft ernoon and still retained at 10 plII At that hour she had not seen Km peror William local rumors to time contrary notwithstanding Royalty at Osbornc thus hud a chance to re cuperate from the terrible ordealI un derg lie during the early hours of Monday Her majestys physicians at ft am Mondny had only a vestige of hope thut they would 1able to keep time queens feeble life in existence until the prince of Wales arrived To secure this result they resorted to the frequent use of brandy and champagne These stimulants used to an extent which only the greatest emergency justified worked their process anti when the prince of Wales and Emptor William entered the castle grounds at 1130 a in they found the queen n trifle better than hull been expected The desperate remedies employed Monday morning to enable her ma jesty to live until her eldest sons ar rival will not be used again to the same extent for the doctors are fearful that the remedy might be almost worse than the disease They trust to prolong her life by a moderate ap plication of stimulants combined with as much nourishment as can be assimilated Such expedients as were employed during Sunday evening and Kenlxtereil IaeUnjse UiHiiipcur registeredypackage containing S2000 sent front j hasmiforh Clarkss titsd appeared at Hampton Five Jleu Killed Lockes Mills Me Jan 19r head end collision took place on time Grand Trunk railway here resulting in the death of live men the injury of many othersIII rMonday nwl7fnarr onsiticrrdjustifiable1 1 I The IlmI1s rally astonished no one i more than her physicians And wJwn at 4 o clock 3lnxl IheviI broth their amacnient almost deIfrhtbiwhi1 fadingin oinI of time strongest onetitutioiM with which a woman was ever endowed Despite the favorable afternoon the doctors dreadedl greatly the pe ntididgtt11hen thtYtltIUtcdliving least t all iousIllihigh tension has 1 urrhec1II noIIIIUIIIIltliun demonstrative the people contenting themselves with baring their heads IIt was a greeting given to the grand IJin thanIAfter lunch at the castle the prince of Wales Kmperor William and the duke of Connaught strolled around SUnyiors bishop of Winchester who tins been at Osborne since Sat 1VhipiI1Indies at Oiborne house snatched a lets hours of sleep London lan 22MPlcial tits Iuifeh from Cower Monday evening sllys Emperor William was admitted to tilt queens presence at about oclock She spoke a few words to hut and after two or three minutes littleI =c = c =I i miiiiishinent and fell asleep in i anis of the princess of Wales theII Iorjdon Jan 21In the losing j moments of Queen Victorias life nn- ii I i IltlUtlyIof Wales So worried tired and ex- jj haustcd was he Sunday evening that j he could not respond immediately to the summons from Osborne houseI Tin most he could do was to promise I Ittthat he would leave London at S oclock Monday morning if possible I j IEMPRESS FREDERICK Scrlon Illness Prevent Her From I Col IIP to Oihoriie lit Meet j Her Glinted Mother Berlin Jan 22 Th Norddcutsche jj fO1lowingI I beIt cause set very I goingIt motter The effect of the sad news reI garding Queen Victoria upon her del 11st daughter has been wry unfnvora tile Augusta VictoriaEmpress upouIi learning of this had intended go to Cronberg in order to inquire Iper i ji sonally as to the condition of theI kaisers mother but later news from iron1 lrg was somewhatI reassuringt j and for the moment she gave up theI idea of the trip However Prince and I Princess Henry of Prussia Prince and j Princess Frederick Charles and the j I hereditary princes of SaxeMeiningen who arrived at Cronberg Sunday wiltIremain with Empress Frederick time The palace in Berlin has silent hc1I racInews of j caused con sternation in Cape Town Sir Alfred Mummer and his staff attended services in the cathedral I where prayers 1vc offered for here majestys recovery rcll Kmperor Francium Joseph Present Vienna lan 21 Kmperor Francis Joseph has presented to lames A I Bailey the American circus proprie tor a ease set with diamonds rubies iI timid sapphires accompanied by an aUIt tograph letter Shot IIUMliaml nod Herself Frel1lSmithI II her husband and herself Their re covcry is doubtful They have O fly Ilived in the town three days and the cause is unknown YiiiI bOESrERAOO CAPTURED f I Marvin Kuhns Who Has Terrorized j i Northern Indiana in Jail It n lins Iliotlicr Who Vs Defend t IliUT Him tins Alo r Prisoners Were lnItH otcllIII Identified I Logansport Ind Jan IS Marvin Kuhns who licit terrorized Northern Indiana for weeks and boldly defied the officers of two states by a singu far fatality finds himself in the Cass county jail in the very town in which he made such a desperate battle for life anti liberty on the afternoon of December 10 Kuhns and his brother who was released from the Columbus prison shortly after Marvin escaped were takers after a desperate light at Green Hilla little town five miles south of Otterbein west of La fay oerI1erNI1 himself shot in the read Emboldened by immunity from officers Kuhns and his brother and a confederate stole a team at Plymouth IxI5htrittI I1 Chnney traced th hi to Lafayette I Wednesday evening nail by teiephon ing neighboring towns located the j men at Green Hill a small village j near Otterbein An Otterbein posse I i surrounded the house and rushed ii i at midnight Marvin was awake and jI seied a revolver at his bedside Be t i fore he could fire Elmer Switzer shot hint in the face and the posse closed in One man jumped from the ttii i buStheI t a struggle in which shots were exchanged i I Wounded as he was Marvin partially i l I shook off tlill1 jking party and sht II Volt in the back and IAWIS Hawkins in the arm Neither was in I tally injured The prisoners were I brought to LotII port Here Iania- 1a8 positively identified by time lo j iccriuin who rattled with him iin Dcji i ciiuber His incasurcttcnts and phys j i iul mark tally to a dot with the Ber Itillmj description Iroin the Columbus j ohicialsi He fyi if he had beet Driven a fur nilmvv he would have i 1 I wortsIi Ill his fair iis not serious The Ply iiixuth aui li rilis will likely pruneai 111 te hint iitnleud of returning him to i I cluiimbu i Ilymoiiih hid Tan IITht two i nuii in jail lire Kerr recogni i as Mirin IKuhns the desperado and e s taped liu convict fiim the Ohio jien i iSutiar jit i olunilnis O Iudl his jj brother John Kuhns was taken to the penitentiary Saturday The Ohio officials came here for him A re OhioII recog nircd Friday by former neighbors at Albion John Kuhns the will Ibe held here and tried A dis patch from Albion says Knhns his brother John and a cousin named Griffin left their home near Albion inn i westerly direction Saturday ever ing after giving an oyster supper Kuhns is a life convict for the out r der of his partner 12 years ago an for weeks has stalked abroad in this state defying the authorities j I TERRIBLY TORTURED I HnrKlnr Compelled tin Old Man to Toll Where HI Money Wiis Ity j lire ttt IlcdIIot Poker i t Shamokin Pa Tan 18 Martin Itaich aged 62 years who lived alone athis homc here was the victim of aor brutal assault by masked burglars early Thursday morning who also subjected Reich to frightful torture to induce him to tell them where his earnings were hidden The burglars five in number overpowered the old man and applied redhot pokers to his body and feet until he finally told1 them where the money could found This amounted to 1336 After dividing the money among them the burglars pounced upon Reich and licked him until he was almost dead They then made their i eseapcII ICillod IJ n Kansas City Mb Jan 19 Frank Fester aged 40 years was shot a killed at his home here by Silas Shumate Kestcr was intoxi sated and was taken home by the po liceman He got a weapon dcclari that he was going to Jsill Shumate and the officer thinking his life was in danger shot Kcster The dead I man leaves a widow and three chII ji It1r nII mid Harbor Hill I I IIthtr Jan ISlIte rirc I j and harbor bill will be taken up by the senate committee on commerce next Monday and dally sessions held j i comIpletedI butrcno i jI other person is to be heard j Millionaire Cuxavr Dead IMchmond Vat Jan IS William G whoIl month and was ukcu to VirginiaII t hospital lied there Thur da His bodykill be sent to Brooklyn I lie was without family and said to he worth about 15000000 Amend Immlcrntloii lair foWashington Jan 18 Senator Lodge introduced a bill Thursday pro vidhig for time amendment of the im migration law so as to exclude in sunu iidiotic JUd epileptic persons w r- suaciuc I FIRfSIXIH GOH6RESS Second 5exxlun Washington Jan lIIttr An i rro nirni was reached Wednesday by which a tuttrill be taken upon the pending army reorganization hill on F i oppitbyfirsilver 1 and MrI IP itler pop N Mr McCmnhcr rep N D made nu argument in support of the measure The feature of the debate was time denunciation of the practice i of hazing at the West Point mili tary academy House The river and harbor appro 1priation bill was passed Wednesday by the house The bill has Inren under considerationt for over a week1 curl has been assailed from many quartersI but its friends have stood solidly by iit and defeated every amendment to which the river and harbor committee would not agree The bill passed practically as it clime front the com mittee It carries slightly less thrum lt MHOOn of which 3000000 is in iliicti appropriations Washington Jan 1SSlunuHonMjttthew S Qniy took the oath of of i tier Thursday and took his seat at his desk which was bunked with tin ral oflerinjis When the Pennsylva nia senator entered tilt chamber whilllIj ins the day session the army reorgnn j iation bill way discussed at length by Mr Moiioy den Miss Mr Me- j idemji atcrI1 ram aTtention to a practice of hain i West Point which he bit tcrly tit hIIIL-I HHise Tluirsilay was an exceed iiiifly dull iiy iin the house lime en tire 1 y way pent iiKin time bill to iwij midtufify the postal laws wliich is to lh the rontinuing order rant i iioucer to interfere with ap propriatioii hill or conference re pnrts uiiiiil tlisiuisid of it iis a bill of 1 puires ali jis simply a iviisidii- I i 1of exist inr laws Wishinglon Tau J Senate Just before 6 riclock IFriday thrs nrK finally disposed of Ifile army re jrgani atioti bill Tilt measure having miry ttref in the senai the final ones tine v as nut upon its pt siec but upon itgrcein to ne senate inpnd nieiit They vvrc agretvl to itry a vote if 4 to The following bills ttrr passed Ant horiing th pot listit r general1 to Jase prnlis for tin ur ft thi 11111 free delivery di xiioii of the post i Rke depart i triiiiir time tine for the com ineetiiont to January S rOj atil1 tin ioinpletion to January li1I11- f i iriim H ross the Missourii river t iiomi S authorizing tthe an piiiniuunt of 7 A Ilutton to ti cap tainev of iufjiutrv in the United State U 1111 mscTht F ou e spent the mireflay I Kriday nni time hill to refer to Tlv court of claims the claims of the Wn ramp rnd = iis Ship Huilluii Co of lniladelpliiu for alleged damages title to the delay of the government ii fur Wishing armor plate and material for the battle ships Massachusetts and Indiana and cruisers New York and Columbia The claims aggregate 1 367U44 2SenateNurbusiness of importance was transact ed in the senate ahuc1a- vHouscHepltsentatheLtlitz 0 Saturday introduced an amendment tothc postal code which is now be ing considered in the souse which if it iis adopted will cancel all contracts the government has with the Ameri dclirtrdspecial delivery letters In several of the cities of Ohio such contracts are in existence and Mr Lent is op- Posed to it because of the small wages that are paid to messenger boys He wants the letters delivered by government Washington messengers2Sedaten business of special importance was transacted by tin senate in open ses sion An executive session of more than two hours duration was held rand 06 pares of the legislative execu tin and judicial appropriations were completed before adjournment House Among the bills passed on Mondaywire To provide a home for aged and infirm colored people out of the fund now in the treasury to the credit of deceased colored sol diers amounting to about S230000 to establish a branch soldiers home auntybeicon and to salaryOf 0the commissioner of education of Porto Kico from 3000 to 4000 A bill to give citizens of foreign coun tries the right to sue in the court Ii- I claims for indemnity for alleged in juries which had been recommended by the state department was disas trously beaten isan 3000 LETTERS Thieve UntiMiielc Miill at the ink rag1nrl III Post U Hlcc The 31niiey Kvtrneted a Chicago Jan 22 Burglars entered the Oak Park post office through a skylight some title after midnight 01Irand 3000 letters and extracted time money they found therein The amount of the theft has not been cs timated lint it is believed Oak Park citizens lost heavily The robbery was discovered by the janitor who found fthe floor behind the letter cases piled high with torn snail JDied in the Ptiliilt New Orleans tan ISHC Iliram II Resets of this city died suddenly while addressing his congregation tram the pulpit He was formerly United States senator from Missis sippi and a leading Negro politician IIofj MIMH the state Altn KtieUefeller Weil tied New York Tan lijMiss AltaI Itoelcfellcr datiAhtor of John U Itockefcller was married at 330 ticluck Thnrsdn afternoon to 12 Par Ij melee lri nticc of Chicane SIC 0 5- r he Hi to S VWiOCO 5 17rirt t T c = J n I rrrlrr Frtc at+ ttif ft Crti tftcKlCrs= + C t tCGfrcFtrC1C1c r tic STATE NEWS PICK= UPS Iei =3 o JO c 6 01 I itO J t t i ALLEGED SHORTAGE IiiiUctiiiinr AxaiiiNtx J botlaRCharged r L111hezzling a Howling Green lo1urtrr 1ui eJI this city out ocathl1 of llu kind In Konncky iis iccuscd of bring about14x1 j short in his Sfilugaccounts lPortertin su tdiscount system mode him3 owetin bank i j amountiiowiiitrI ia n1rl TheII iI FdIfliI i Ji1 j nItI an all day Illie iI tigation of the lilted shortageLuther 1 Porter ea shier of the IluFell Deposit bank returned an indictt ment against him j i charging him witi I embezzlement The sum of his al leged misappropriation 1i9OaoO2 at r did not wlfor a bench warrant to be issued but i fathcrinIuwHc lairuhte walked toopen court where his attorneys ti bondsmen had preceded him Allformalities litter3001heI Apriltril i courtMr I i I gave out the followingsigned statement bNishortWarttn nthicallyonsiderth1tI blentl1l11tipropere i iIicmnltstratcd clear frientojud Isaro5 out Signed L II POKTRi WAS NOT DEADY tCovered the WillLeaveshI the ttr1ny l0 Cut Ilp Throat Paducah Ky ran tentWhoiolnUnelli I nccoinpnny1 to n lonely spot blhhHIa I cemetery two weeksl O when untr1herer near Wirkliifc by the authorities sentracerswas jealous be eause the girl would not marry him anti haherng I thdtalbeat I after covering the body with leave 1 Fearirg she was not dead hId IIIn 1 t ed next 1 morning and started in r- I ut1nrnhr throat with a knife dint ri 1 tlat lift remained in the bosh She regained consciousness tad u promising to say that the illillritwere inflicted by falling from a wagon br carried her to the hotii of I I friend ttho secured the story aj drt ported to the police j RUN DOWN- s j Out of the AsMullaijts CouftoiutJ That Ho itltcJ In Iltlilinc Vp liUnuUtaI Leington Ky Jan 2I11y clever work on the part of Deputy Sherflr McEIroy and the local detective forccnot nndqr Capt Stough the men who itgun is charged assaulted flue robbed IanII r kin Clemmons a wealthy old man at j t his country home Saturday night jJ j January 121 have been ltlll down iI Tare Henry Johnson and An j drew Mitchell both Negroes the for mel a farm hand recently employed lrin the neighborhood of Clemmons home and the latter a gambler The case has been so cleverly han Bled that Johnson matte a voluntary confession of the crime after he saw that he was pinned dung The mcJi got 300 Clemmons IK re covering I i Death of Robert Graham Tl ftton0nq11 tele irr received here announces t e dnth at Pittsburgh Sunday noon o aIJJr libcrt Graham aged 70 who tt 1Sii for teeny years president of icn tucy universitx anti also pr IUtl1t of TV College 01 tL Bible an J lloek er lnnalc college lie held the chair of jliilojophy in the Kentucky u- yttitV ni for siveral years prior 1 = q wliji ill health cauvdt him t ir rn Hi th i nit iutinito friend of A xan del alIilolll and one of tlw most not ti educator nd ministers In the piti h ofTo HouJI the Uoelul Ca I II ankfort Ky Tan 21 ingrud jury which xvas tXldtld- w firiiii its work Saturday was icii ofmuroI I ria 111InjI I J after hjs been nlItrtd cxcii ivcJyI d hilll nal fisi un trial and the cxtfjisiiiui of the sittings of th grand jury isi F I h11M mean that Jnvcstintiiul ofnl the Goebel assassination cas IS the fareopenedc Wife Jltirdercrrt Sentence ii Falmouth Ky Tan 1file jury in theJ Anderson wife murder ease xvliiehI I huts just closed here in the Pen l dliton circuit court brought IJJCo the gliverdictecn r t pooloutftent at a life term in the Icentli penitentiary jiI Will Meet April 3 2 I Lexington 1cyTn 21file Ken f r so isttellciation at lJIlC lilttorYr ICFrit1atiit131 con tr st- Y f f t a THE SHOTWELLS They AVIM Ho I tlItuiiiMhiirfIIIVCM nitioit lly the Criiiul Jury thetWillinniKburfr Ky Jan n Mondaymornfagrthoroughly sifting the facts concern to t llw Corbin taIlk or huibody coinnionweaJths attorney Sat unlay nirt communicated with IL d x Of fiends theirsas in trtajnIf lt vegrttlw Corbin yard employes Gcfo willIIallowed any of the tin Sh ofu tilt fac torttionstep being rettting out mid intimidating Corbin citii xenf It is said more arrests are tofollow and the crusade that has been seDbegun promises e wootd11un 2 JItUf more members of the famous Shotxvell gang W WilIoverilThe jirisoneis were John Jr ant colored Paris Shot well Willie colornauthorities say that not less sh 20 men were implicated in the fusilfl ntnhich thoIwoman and Sutton Paris lint that they propose 1o arrest every ono of them froglyPs W1dsMAY BE LYNCHEDare Aroon CharKcd Aualiist Jolty A AVtillou AVho Lid tin Column at Sun Ilia a Hill Howling tireeu Ky Jan 9John-A whohastc itflog of being the first soldier at t hit summit of San luau hill during tthe memorable battle has been arrest and placed in jail at Seottsville on t charge of arson A few night ago the residence of lot Dotson teas 11r l and Walton iis miAN aiWaltonsun some time ngo and Tuesdayi hisI xvife sued for divorce and this is be IJeved by the omVials to bo the mo Nnfor the burning of his father in dtlira idI beiadtohisitshome hensatiiruid with coal oil Waltonnand the latest news received here is that liiiless he is token to another his aalimb soon Sent lo it Siinltnrliitii Louisville Iylau 1itarles 11OnelVrgisoii said to lle a wealthy in suraiuf man of t Imago iis Confined at tit Ieaehhurst sanitarium near city undergoing treatment aft cr haxiinr been adjudged insane in the courts here last Monday Till tsartercawas ionductd so gnictlc that it cat learnedi until Thursday her 1oftoiis said to be a lending citizen i Chicago I Ar iiimntM on llnvrard Ca9rnig courtiiljnridgn for defense Thursday argued the easo Jim Howard convicicd as the tH who trod the shot in the ioebcl m der case and bein the only defendant SPtitruPdl to haiir Tiv court tY was erowded Atiumi T C Camp bcUolIupild a cyst in tlte court room hut took no part ill the ease J 3IooRIIRLexiiiLron Ky Jan hJoe Fain under Mntenee of txo years in the 11 orhei n from the e 1 Nirk 0toni 1 iIJ IiThu1at Chritian Ju1tOInd illI re was hnp 11tak1i i 11 Shut huts Fatally I TO 1tiister lcyIJ I1 1l ary lohTinsii tilhl fttw0JltdlO 1- 1IkrI1 Leave a JIrman in fan tt a Xesrrt suburb Jtnuhiy F LrarlI rui hi WM hot as the renit a ijarrel oer i woman and IKol altlatltIlirhN jtoJunAll err Xegroes Sprout SPrin OOtlllJ Irviie Icy Jut 1 IAt SprfutrSprings Jrmes Jkun I y Xack rnner The dificnltyl a U oxer the yeMlrmtOH of n lumber dal Coiin r xvas hot slightly in 11L ri11H lrrickson reei ix d tiro wounds none of which will prove tal Ittiiihnnd With Her Carrollton Ky Jan 19Thl sicians have astsnred themselvesI t Mrs Uedd the wife of the pastor ofc Methodist church here hex small ImypolmshandshI re brdsitlcckyInspector of Iliirnl Jlnils 11neUpointed inspector of the rural mail service for Indiana old KcnttHIIt a 0saJ 11 lie served ns deputy county treasurer 11j CURIOSITIES In German cities fresh oysters co from Go to 7i cents a do en I p l It is stetted on good authority tha fntc t vtentueH limitedf c I at present TIlt stimulant is not 1 V x i high degree1 intoxicating butit w of a most peculiar fascination rJ Statistics art said to show that past 3 year only 271 dtvorc T JS1haw I icon granted in Canadr Jfilament divonJ tam wincandJ tJtheA Hegsrars Hoard1 I beggar up an who ilicd in Paris left rebind nr ESiOi iin gold and bonds The motif hotelhwhich lIt resided for half acr + tur She begged principally at char door Alont a milt south of the Michigan state line and near Cedar Ilake ImLi1 ia small shot of land upon which etation absolutely refuses to grow dintren titer and ik located In n grove ithi tradition declares to have been the ure ground of the Iknvbecse In dings A few months ago an old misor named Christian Young residing uearof Preseott Vis died TIll other d administrators of his rtate sold oiitee d piles to Cornelius Meacham Meachani discovered in the1 wood pn 1000 in gold wrapped in a bundle erwear He turned the money over to the administrators 1EUROPEAN ECHOES 91ttttdtGermany has n coast lint of ffS miles In the icinitrof Odessa are whit are called limans vast sheets a water which were originally connect f ed with the sea but through gradual silting up of sand have isolated and now extensive salt water lakes Two magnificent carpets presented by the Infanta Donnn rianehi to the royal convent of St Antonio in 1530t have just been sold by auction at the municipal chamber Lisbon to pay repairs at the convent and church In the island of Cyprus is a bnsin cut off from the sea although sunk slightly below sea level which con tnl18 a Milt lake from which a consid i ob annuallyhe 1n met heat dries up the water Experiments are being made in Kus witha new fuel fietrolized pent Ordinary peat is impregnated by spe vial methods with crude petroleum orFCb withj Ipetroleum residue The prod act is said to be impermeable to moist tire and does not absorb it even n ng left in water it does not dry to a powder like common petit tt nel heatgiving value1 is almost eqnaV to that tonlJij iI PROVERBS FOR WOMEIi e Love decreases when it ccaee to in crease Chateaubriand If women Ire humbler men woud be hunester Vanbrugh A xvornaus lot is made for her iT- t 11t lute she IIGtOrge Eliot tJVtftr8Proverb Consideration for woman Is the measure of n nations progress in so IiflC1rtJroirl- hen xvil always remain something be said of woman as long as there one on the farlbDe Hoiiuerv I A xvoman who pretend to laiiLli at lore is like the child who sins at ht xxhcn he iis afraid KousMaii A man shouldchoose fcr a veil only h a xxotnan as he should clioo for friend xvere she a man lonbf alt7llItla7tiur 21nutnutC1ITLIsotumou 2 05 C I 3 T5 Extra butchers 1J0 fu 4 70 CALVES Extra iu T 0- LOGSboleti puckers 3w11frri lixed packers 5I Ir a 10II Ei1Istra ft 4 J11iltSfixtra vs a LOt h Spring pat 1 05 C t 1 5 I 1F11111X0 2 red4r snt t1COtNNn 2 mixed ci o 2 mi tdf7 i r Xo 2 f i j YItst timothy CM U POK 1C Family t 11 tilt LAUDr Steam tl lUTTEli h dairy err 11 I thiiieC APPLKS ercnnvry Ch to fanex 2 iI0 II l1III r1llbrl 1 0 ar 1 75 I CO Xcxv s on 1 n lit I 2 Ooi iJ I LoChien o t 101111 in pan ut lilt tit q II 11I1I 1TNo a rfll 7 ru 414 X ii spring I u- C j I t MXXO 2 J7 10 j OATS Xo 2 24iM I Inft ZII II112clrs9 ij IO frjiil l 111 I LAUD Sttam 7 Ut 1II lety York Win patent a C5 fir 4 10 I iin il tlu 2 ntixrdu 17 ltaitiit 2 miae14 + ttn isrOtJK Family 1500 n 15 75- I 1Ctc5tenut in 7 70 halt ttuore WHEAT Xo 2 red 74S7i 75 Southern 7 ahatIthyI 111 2S u 2s Tt IE Jutehcrs 4 Sf rn 5 10 IIUGiI1tsteru 5 75 Gc 5 8DI louirll1N 1TOriJ Win patent 4 25 C 70 WHHLT Xo 2 red fji 75- COIIX Mixed new o 40 OATS Mixed 20Vra 27 Mess rUivO Steam fa 7 25 Indlnnapult WHEAT No 2 red iCOHSXo 2 mixed d 30Xo 2 m xtllII 25 tt A 4 Gold Cold GolilJ- ist i i TIlC Ia Lt lora lo i a reportedome to Le onfly Jlrach1a arbat ka ThlllJII d vi iciwltprnldwhen heath Ufa hat ayai isi j is gone Gaudjnenlth with thE bra iurr fetters Smlb li Ietrey rtllUrltkall alb olutrly roostanon malaria cure iralieel1 on n good nl Itstlkiclut0CawcsK- it enICanadian jjfii Jcjssnn catretll 2 appckDtt1 to py Wto trenchesh Mr IIl tUp led hr a tttt I r Cty tia hit Thehcbet r ofJatc tOoltI LiJttr uuttierttik todrrire n ttllnf tlttir amber tv ts1lnrncedourkAnrpg oi the xtiR ekaev fluidi the tXHnIH a Hdo yoft know ltout thrnu amI lto1 tzlt the1 aUTItt I mcdeMlJ1 taib i I t i i k edpe of tht iau for rsu ttot i jjjii hhis atlidait and to lK htr f rrtknowlrdpe andl belief lie arsirrrtd t i fpiestion entire eottecttJtu NA 0 Talloij Kxiurltiuir lit J JIclita flutychj iourth tL lean r of trfet5 inrinratii Pio Uramllattd afore Palmtr x lotioa hi cnIn titi ot r Jlsyrxdi of ti va 1 rtaudtng after fairbyand c tuIJtclin III till Ij t afttrttr illg in other tti 11 I i U legacy TheJ first I Iseevand riu + r bNutifir rhmtld be home kept II ettrtIfour drngtfiai dntt Lql iIt ueeLnofD lose to Make Home llti i A recint fa j r mkeri e JiJdaa roObttevery owners hubai i pat the plltu hl hal ra fiat at iuAichisn Ololn To nTakeny A JdriggistsiwfundinojMyintfailvoi re iTn An If rhea Were Somebody batcttryi enter a baininn SomcTvijIe lourn CureforCroupCOIlrhto byIrJfiffcuiitN A 1 P HoxdH Rullalo X Y rtiContiiicrin the way a wonian will de cove herMii t man has very iatie rigat toIcoiBpLaiu i ithe iletiixe him too N Y IlcraldIj I I y oflsunlptona j I loWir Maple Street Norwich X Y j l7t 1000 JukDonl you think thai woman as a uhuffcr i h r IItUiECy pnrVrs our wbo think be ly Smart Set AUmen hat ontf t rltII t jfI t I ae Hark- tr l tryll Toothache Drrps Cure in one mirmr I C A I IWtJl1In l7ur The ilea Ircsorlptloii tor ChilI 1shie I j py trce90cf Do OU not know arondo111un3PCTSASI FAUEUSS DTES are fast Uisu i a hcrupbA Ixu Itr is cIIr aLiarhicao tbtbl1ti ljncn riiirm inIio A KIiIucky I UltIarlhJrti THE DUTY OF MOTHERS What suffering frequently results from H mothers ignorance or more freqiftrutly from a mothers ntgkct to properly instruct her daughter Tmdiiiin says xvornnn must suf fcrand young women are so taught There is a little truth and a great dial of exaggeration in this If a young woman suffers severely site nerds treatment and her mother should see that she jets it theircIatxuuination write flec1 about orherselfthe most efllciont advice without isLynn 4 Mrs August Pfalzgraf of South Jlyron Wis mother of the young lady whose portrait we here publish wrote Jnlauuary199sayingher years with irregular menstruation had headache all the time and pain in her side feet swell and was generally miserable Sirs Pinl ham promptly replied with advice and under date of March 1S9 the mother writes again that Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound cured her daughter of all pains and irregularity N thlnjr in the world equals Mr VSnUh ttsi gnat medicine for ret u lating jrotaSfnls peculiar monthly troubles flirt5idestrnatnentlire all bowel troubles nplllldldtll bU HJ5 iouMiies bail breath bad blood windCU E on the Momacli bloated boxvcl foul and dizztnos tlieu your bowels dont move ln tarter for the chronic ailments 2111 Ions years of Nuticrliiir that come aftcrivjrdw ISo niattcr what you put your right Take our advice start with CASCAI5KTS today under au absolute gnar antcft to cure or refuudcdu Ti i I J aarrwir0 HI if s im t 1 7uiJIi 1 E rcOFYttJ L CE ElS I Sptllz Sttdietl tla Friar World IMSIt cret7beSO Lu bf main and 4 to7rmothynet the tenn1nn of iazer tile infrotiucer IIsrtwttrtventsILl Cony it i tIOU1tfJ 1 m1m1Salzerrs VgBauI9 irrtoc Secs uibt it fn errc an rj h ok h ti tFs r J fau 1 tua and the ntt nt j 11ro cY MNe 1tb f GEnts fwdTfii 1iallcc- p4- fir +teseraip Ilff rare iretnespen15 y 1Itore tI and 3 pL ea or brllilnlvhntftillcrUorthtt tiltNctlrrInrttstomrrtoj unr starticastogueiriY1 J n 1i4zt a P et5 Ll ars 1J v Er8 1t ti U DRCSSE r tlir r1 iil In3 or dlsan Iudeliendcrc Is Assured I i c homeIn tiicytatd 131 net 11- eXlJlliCD ra td farrurrr- iIt Late troneiL tthr- 1utr titr wtirtrrwrti-rr e g trs rte d1 fIIifrn11 anal reduce railway iuif Can lio bad 101 Ir If Ct Ptifprlntciirt t cf Imtnigraii u Utfj aritn nt ot Interior tt a nnt or addnsa tin lnd i l l i I eii amphtetsilnmlgratlunOttawa3 I HvU1EiltuomIi4I InelhlulI UaaerCII theibet Hint deLiciously flavored Prepared in a minute It is only necessary to dissolve in 1 hut wutir andl stt away to cool Flavors range lemon strixvberr raspberry vli chary and unflavored calfsfoot for ujkinjr nine and coffee jellies All grocers Xi it I PILES Or Williams Indian 1ile Ointment win curo Band IllivdlDtf and Itcliln flees It absorb the tumors allays the Itch Ine at once actH as a pi ultlopKives tuxtantri lief Prepared for IUet and Itcbipeor tho private 1I1r II Attfn n h I mart on receipt of prier CO cents and 81 OO I WILLIAMS MFGCOtrOpsCLEPCAAnOnia ii 1 HEADEllS OF Tins PAPER DtaiKIMi TO BUY ANYTHING ADVKRT1SKO IX ITS COLUSJNS S1IOCLJ INSIST UPON WIJAT THEY ASK FOIL UEFLSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS PI LES AHAKESIS5Slf rnrfrcc IY tKAKFSItiTrllr-use CZlltlscamp PILLSiattdrcci but dingew York LUtLSBet WftHt AU tLSE fAILS iru p Tasio ft tt tIen tm dtr urB2it 4 A N ICK i WIZEN IVICITZNG TO AWVEKTIHKK NIeaotutc that you uw the yiilvertla meat u this paper PPENDICITISthat dreadful fiend that threatens the life of richand poor can attackand kill only those whose bowels are not kept thoroughly cleaned out purified and disinfected the year round One whose liver is dead whose bowels decayedfoodinside nickf and ready victim of appendicitisIf to be safe against the scourge keep in good health all the time KEEP CLEAN INSIDE Use the only tonic laxative that will make your bowels strong and healthyfand keep them pure and clean protected against appendicitis and ALL EPIDEMIC DISEASES Its CAS CARETS that will keep andsave you Take them regularly and you will find that all diseases are absolutely PREVENTED BY 7 jrr s tr t l- 4bt a NEVER SOLD IN BULK cohiioapaii51oraopeoplo outvlllboweir money peach HAVING JS49 I TOCimKs Flrr year nru the Ot box of itllCaltI uOUflBlrlllSillyOmnartroorortTrent merle stud nurbct tcitiranulal IV e haT C will fell CAKCWKKTti ubsoluloly BimraiitceU to cure or themrifair 1 anusedOcboxI botbboxetodayI 1lookfreebymulbdddrestIIICUOyI ss i T a o i ii ito f rr wi 1 IlH r v u T 6 BOOK OPEN FOR ALLI There Is Not Monopoly in t Christian Religion Ur TnlmnneV Timely UUciuirsp u- Octnc1un R of rlu r vcii tletli AII utverjiiiry tif Ilie IJiwery ZUiiiMlba In SIMV York Copyright 1911 by LOUIS Klopsch fi the otct ion of me twentieth an r rirl of ihr JJoivery mission lan I s Kt Dr Talinagr preached to a vast aii rice at the Nest York Academy C ic Minsters of all deuominnlj Ire precut The text wa i iJ16J Other sheep J have which it of tLit11 1 ere ie iio monopoly in religion The t e of Jots is nut n little property Ir we can fence off am have all to i elves Il iiloo nut U kings park at inch we lock ihrouirh a barred irate IJ wUhi thai we might go iin and s the sTJituiry and thccr and the tread1 eon rlatorl Xo it is a lin t rs ore trdand everywhere there bar that w may let riowii and s that wt anati ttinfiPtI ti i IIn hot brit next u tie count ilkuiur iJltTC oar ii reward of a owi i 11ii v ry iairr man whott irough here were upjie in the i prj Uii innivi ird by s ii ctf iu i never lt aJl yi II o itch the ui Su i ui i trf the L I iu ioii I It1Il1 i LIi I who i r r rule i h 1 n raiion- tc ii i iln ihar iiIt h non r1ied rr 1 1mr ci e r them I speed vdkle of uiakiiv iii1 lame Ln worsv am rrif oui P1 vs dropI i j appVs ur I hilttt In tot 11dj 11 I I Well n v fritMu then Irv I hristi- trra I j who he tin ciiiircl tin T severe urehari i i rd fr the whole nurdi l but they have ai rtrh ami uns nipu heic wiv of lcIJ tl iing outsiifi I thiijh hey had J i busiretj thou thoh he Lo j vats to r nie irn i ill r choii vt J i the rJst fruit n Jh prcrise Iate3 uurtiirlthieci l trutcr- ii kpiiytrlIII cilII tI agc oml lil4tUH 111 It 1 UIr bIn un i hailot eii irflM ever 1ot1 there t r have 1 i ii I l4 ItIitridcI Lords i pr yourselfr iii iKi L op 1Ii1l roost t I IiilyoiOI 1 1iu Ilill hie to liaiii illI i oIIJ ebow fir wt will pacton tithe ij It M e of you ihise uhoci you never ex jvid wapldiii there for IS Chri t jI r I tlj to His ropes lIi ago so Me sjsti you and to irn Other hep I have ijI j wreh are not of ihis fol j j Iholl1PHSI j j are browsing on the heather s ome of j t them arc lying down ut4lr the trcTI 1 Rime are strollingrover the mountain r fmf of them are in his yard They a scattered all around in many places Cameron leis neighbor comes over and I j sys I see you lace 36 sheep I have iij jut counted them Xo says Me ii it Dorald I have n great many more I SanItr I j j hive 4000 or 5000 in my flocks OtherI sheep I have which are not of t hiI fold So Christ says to us Here a knot of Christians and there n knot of Christinn but they make up n snit part of the flockereI is the Episco pal fold the Methodist fold the Luth cyan fold the Congregational fold the Presbyterian fold the Baptist stud the VedoBaptist fold the only difference between these last two being the way 11J Which they wash the sheep and so they arc scattered all over And we I come with our statistics and say there ore so ninny thousand of the Lords fhuep but Christ responds uXo no yen have not seen more than one out off a thousand of i arcitlfoldI IIlis whtl1tsf ch thorough ily enters into the spirit of the tex than I Iwseii nmiivcrsary we todnj cl leii Itr i f I UmoSOUII j i ilrungll its instru jI 1 1ititIIspiritual I Mjjediction upon hundreds of thou sands of tits poor anti suffering zinc 1 oile11I1life in till other it is doinfr a stupendous CurlisstI and ye fed me naked and3t clothed uuini ell as ye did it unto one of the least of throughthisto be taken for God and iucrua for God end the world for God There are two cJnsses of hearers in this audience whom I especially address the fried of thus institution outtoi work and the otherclas wbojrehafallenre 4 We need as churches JII1lluthynull let them know that arebrokentJleJwillnotXoVsayssom fastidious tobeto put lllin whatilIa great multitude tlint no man knit number as sembles They will put 0 in your pew What are tilt people assembled in Christian churches compared with the mightier millions outside Some churches are iiIn hospital thai should advertise that its patients must hayefnothing worst than toothache or runfounds but 5110 brdkeiiheadsr tlo J crushed ankles or fractured JJril1Sthrc for treatment limbsII j r sinners velvet canted sinners and sin 1errs with a JTOSS on it is as if a Ulan had a farm oJ 3000 acres and put all his work on one acre He might taut utn heso argc ears of runt neverso big hear of wheat still he would remain poor The thatch of God has bestowed its chief care on one acre and hats raisedJ splendid men and women in that smail1 inmItItUut the field is the world Thnt means Europe Asia Africa North and South America and all the iislands of the sea I have to remark that the Heavenly shepherd will find many sheep amid the nouehuiehgoers There arc con gregations where theyare all lions and they seem to be ChriSj finished and they remind one theI skeleton leaves which by chemical i preparation have had all the greenues end verdure taken oil them and are I I 1I0thI5 t nothing to do with such Christians but to tome once a week and with ostrich trotter dust oil the accumulation of the last six days leaving them bright ntui crystalline ns before Hut the other kind of church is an armory with perpetual sound of drum nod fife gathering recruits for the Lord ol Ho ts and saying to every Applicant Do you want to be on Gods fide tilt j rysaA side and the happy side If so i I come in the armory anti get equipped Here iis a bath in which to be cleansed Here are sandals to put on your tee t IKre is a helmet for your brow c i iu breastplate for your heart HItiis a sxord for your right arm ann oiuUr is the battlefield Quit your Lure1I remark again the Heavenly She P I h rdis going to find a great many of lus hcrp among those who are now rC jj eteTs of Christianity Some of t rtedui mightiest auvrvates of the Gospel wellij once skeptics Thonui Chalui i nn j keptic Kobert Hull a i I f i M 1litIUji Iriotttls Eans a skeptic ar1iunry a skeptic 1ntil ihe apo5 one a skeptic drat when once wi j s rnig hand they laid hold of tilt Jos j i pi chariot they rolled it on with iihdti i iI nuunentiiui I to not know how y Ol j came 10 rejtct Christianity It n rdhate been through the infitVe taUt offaI s mt1jID n an in the fete orshopor faetorv It it ay hvc iieeii through thet i Inreran who uUguMtdi xou with icligiun It niiv bo that SO Irats J m you lestl a faith b uha1 happiieo ill anI oil tIat II1 tl11I1 tjtlIInf Tc com dtI cvid HUfI1e IrrradoI Id 6 teriati I liUr and the tnTimrer Ift1tIi ir 1clut a M1 1ICutn I i iane t ht otlur t1iO prom tirrui ii IItbe rs of Baptist anti Congn airi llI mlEpt opkn rntoi before this company The circular hall alinthE hut of tftrth and aea and sk j I I he letters flanrd t+vth ttll thUpnllt r 1r1 nocent men and women who had n i tIt money to invest and that little their i 1ll sid I do not know anything about this company but so many goot min are at the head of it that it nnl t lie excellent and taking stork in itt 1must be almost as good as joining the church Ko they bought their Stockii and perhaps received one dividend to isbeep them still But after awhile they jI tuned tlxtt tIle company had reorgan Iii17Pdi and had a different president a j different treasurer and different di1 rectors Other engagements or an overcoming modesty had caused the j former otlioers of the company withI many regrets to resign and all thattt j the subscribers for the stock had to i show for their investment was a beau j ttfully ornamented certificate SomeII j tones that man looking over his oldlIIII tapers comes across that certificate I and it is so suggestive that he rows f j wants none of the religion that the1 president and directors of that oil com pony prnfcaseddskepticnlfrmllI grew up I home where religion xvas overdone Sunday was the must awful day in the I week You had religion driven iii toallj j you with a trip hammer You surfeited with prayer meetings WlrtIi I were stuffed and choked with chtsns You were often told that you j were the worst boy your parent ever i knew because you liked to ride down 1hU1 belter titan to read Bunyans Pil progress Whenever your father ant mother talked religion theyi drew down the corners of their mouths and rued up their eye If any one j thing will scuda boy to ruin sooner than another that is it But 1 do not stop now to know ht you conic into rejection of Christi ivy You frankly tell me that you doI reject it Yctnio not believe t ha is a Divine bring ulthouhoutChristII that lie Icns a very good man YouIII do not believe that the Bible was in j I spired of God although you think th j dshbelieve that the Scriptural description I of Eden was only an allegory 1hL rksoare 50 things that I believe that I ac1cOlllmodnting knows you says that of you If I shotildtoI ask you to do a kindness for me or anyone else should askof you a kit ness you woulctdo it If when you are ili 1 should come to you wit a vial of medicine andsat This ki of medicine cured 50 people who were just as badly ofT as you arc take iti and you replied I do not want to take it I have no confidence in iL I would sray Take it to oblige me a you would say Well if it will ucca111ofmodate you I will take it Now you have found that this world is insuffi cient and you are sick of sin I cot reeofto you with a Gospel medicine It 1vas cured hundreds and thousands and mil lioassf Vjllyou take it Xo you 3rhJ rite no confidence in it it then to oblige inc I tell 30U0fal sieian who nay vtircd more Mind jej and bound up more broker hearts and healed more ghastly woum y than all sealPa plus Be obliging and just make the experiment if you are not acquainted tvitutleorliinaiuuuesotprayeri sav- J in substance hO Lord Jesus this is a strange hint for me to do 1 know nothing about the formulas of relii gion These Christian people have been talkin M long about what thou const clo for me Jnlll1 ready to do whatever thru conunanilest me Jf there be any in iiun these sayJlti you not try that exjKriment I do not now soy there itsi anything in religion Do not take my counsel1 or the counsel of any clergyman for you may dislike clergymen Perhaps1 we may talk professionally Perhaps we may be prejudiced in the matter Perhaps our advice is not worth tak iug Then take the enamel of some very respectable layman as John MilI ton the poet as William lhcrfortC the emancipator as IsaacI Newton itto jOt j as Morse the telegrapher as ashinr ton the statesman They never preached or pretended to preach yet putting down out his telescope and at aDdIforth anti comineiiileil the religion Christ a the bra thing for the cure of t hwnlI1 woes If you illnot rclak r 11 uf l II tII o siilJ O ll 1 Cltln iIt a r don tt lalHI 1ut 1 I n uit l u J h tt etIrl i I in L lov v I 1I let e l VIliatI itr t t i t Y rII1la t + i + c i 1n t h + Wi t dci u tliIJlc m I U t t I rTJ thui Ir ay ha i ru 1I jr left tf r if tr were hun I te t r of the deerut tli v 1 un n fb br ost gmt I lyiI SOl 1f J JI I Xni S r I H ani I l Stgee u r twh r r l r I tiora pu ii s I t I Nt Iv York has its rttsr r ttj 11 ton its catacon os Uh ri C citjttheir catacombs The are under ground liquor dives full of dead mens bones and Tallhcrc i8IIno need of going into thin art gallery to see in skillful sculpture that won derful representation of a man and SlwntRth rlpnH re today that are wrapped in the mar tyrdom of tang and scale and venom a living Laocoon of ghastlincss and horror IThere n persuhethey arc the Gospel hnrdened They have been faithful in attendance at for ro 30 and 10 years yet- I never have surrendered themselves to God As Clriat hays PublicaiiH and harlots go into the kingdom of hk 11ton before them They have resist the importunity of di inn mercy end parr gone through most power ful earthquakes of religious feeling and they are farther away from jot than ever alter awhile theykill Hei down sick and some day it will be hopeButI ex poctation that thrills through me body sad soul Other sheep J eta which arc nut of this fold You are not Gospel hardened You have not heard many sermons luring the last few years You iced the Holy GhostI 1oultdo not but is wnnYou sigh and you lute noticed thillofItherc J beIe here who would give anything if thycould find relief in tears They fOnIj I hilttcr past Oh the graves over which I J h have stumbled Whither shall I tfJ i Alas for the future Every thliisr is i dark so very dark God help me thato J that last utterance You have begun I I h pray and when a man begins j ha1fcl i tllidkennel and round about the poor wounded soul puts the covert of 1 henc= ar ItisIitsheepfold The Shepherd lets Idol the bars and the hunted sheep of rlue titndtorn with brambles smut them their feet lamed with t hlini do s nodOtherare notf JJ this fold 1 1 aStates1 I 113 CI crliuh i X11tIIiiI 1llE NATION former President Cleveland on Constitutional Limitations t bIrlrIIl Iolltv of the tnllcl l antes 1ultnrds 1hillpplucs llnnK T of Anlloiinl L Creeil r the ixtHutbUIIUIj fiiniu rut the uti Sorirtyof Xew Ynrl Oil thl njsjht of January 17 rover Chvelan h lpressed in unmistakable terms his opinion of the imM ritilisticI policy of the present ndininitrnton TheI far- rMte president wa the center of iiu fiejrest anmnj several hundred guests and in resjoiisc to a cull for a 110Ih said The cordial welcome you extend to m Iis exceedingly grateful find comforting for it Rives me a gram of utUsfattlon lit thq ordeal that confronts me 1 am eon tVvfnced that tho art of making an after dinner speech1 without distress t fur JUt AAgGHled book and as the years IMIHH am only saved from complete wretched nSS In my efforts in that lirecitnn hy thCklJKlneos and toleratton of thur who leapnGto prfoeh a erinon aii iicislony nf ihl klhil for 1 um afrjifil this i nsMtlon in jbstlHed It lw bttn my Inv In Iw nmeh on the sober side of 111and t fil ihi jI re i lftofeGgrent rMpm alhillMes lieshio i h taro It Brtliletlini s hiiMiis that HI ex of llichthe iriiil gaycty cnitis ta t nul tt popular thought iril iniimls that r pnititahly I UieailUii lj i dale g V Jind lilt Xiresiii ttutlM r Sentiment e i IhunRhIt may hi tTinouizlnw A iiiiy rate 1 nn tlM v lllR tl L doil tuirtthlrLu i m e simoulxir In this tuna n14rU j i national woIlo gut SS and ti in rrultlli atir 01i isnin jrrie of kindrnf COrr YIn that iiiini IIot out r t Ikl1 jjiloll ndI liiiliniAdd aid tJii iiitt i hat liv f I- tt3 a chart aid onijii tutu firl inn antirntu I Ii tl hat 1 lu liberty 1111II i wiiich It tried ant run Iurub tiltH at + rrc fr iMtiuiial isti i iHonriK the MOJ0 Bali a v v 1kllI1 I or t Ilk n had I iis Uirth ami vhh h I i t1 nlljrt d i frugality nrlutin lonhntJII i varrrlhlCrrtI hum A nil apli r rt these lhlns t lit I uaiL rtodI uliher ill iiistiti I j this 01 i ni IhIiilliti nr r lli urtiniiiit I IplI 1Irlll tK Lt II Illyl ladlaI1 ii 1 il to jur iI dfI 1 en with 110 V1M iivai d t tA ma iii IH SOUK lint inrtitII li whilir Mr nII IIsl1It I tin I Il iltow 11 1rtr T i III Ii oJIII IrOur I r I h in a iorV v I Iii I s thlJI tanilot 1 to ia i ilnirr r a tlm l IMSI uinn irlilto t lifE in time ot p acf n ears afUr Iiii ioi1 IIrt iic war treattt y I l KritUntJ noneTV in fh Iv a IIris Tims 1 Kr Mt li i hiifii IK n1 8tj t nil Uiii hii in th jath of 1Inadd tca of the i oUtoii ill tie hop all xp ital on xamitlt would lw followwl hy r ons and that a mnr gtl t arbiiruioii a intaii ni t 1 nuitioiiil ili nits would iialt11 rt siiSvnni toward the tilxmdon mlt i trir throughout ih voriil us trta iiiei 1 1ut conilfiniiiion in the iienaie o She I 111t1t States Trss than live brats passrd and lui i org UAspcakiiiv fhamplons of itU81 tad ar hnnttion are still operating on parallel I tone in the Philippines and the ojlur in South Africa but no longer for IJfencu and arbitration Roth 51 re killinK httvti in an retort to IpstXS their lutidn- Thls indliHtts a sad rolaj o nod in oneoEngland Ifs it Atrira she will but add another to h list of similar acquisitions a brave peo lilt will hut been subjugated And he euuse of our eiiKaRonieiit in a similar venture in anothur quarter they will mlas the expre+ siona of American sympathy which we are accimtotned to extend to ndthose who Htru gleI for national life and Independence On the other hand with sueeewi in our Bubjujrn tlou effrrt a new untried and exeeediiiKly perilous situation will Ihe for P +l awn us tCc ran eon iier t IhiUpplneti andl after oonqurrini them Ion jtrohubly jovern them Is In the strum ui on our iiiKtltu prople1 e the evasion out constitutional limIta- tions and the perversion of our tuition tnisulon that our danger Ilex An u lite tlnguifllteil bl hop has tithe The qlleS don is not what wr shall do with the rhlllpplnef hut what the Pliilipplncs will do to us- Our country will otter ho the same again For weal or woe we have Hertel irrevocably passed fioyond the did din Tho republic wilt In some sort IK suvcd Shall it he only In name dual yetnblance nIvctlt tho germs of decay fastened UIHUI E its vitals or shall it thor h changed stilt survive in such vigor and HtrtiiRth as remain the hope end Tide of free 1uie none The problem Is R momentous one 1 solution depends upon the extent to hich the old patriotism and good sense our countrymen can be rescued from Impending danger Thus throe ire sober days for thoughtful cltztn days lor preaching days for crmonising- 4lf We art to be ssrad from disaster it must he through the cultivation and enforcement of tIt t ort of conservatism that should null n congenial homo in Holland society In the midst of rcch rage of bhxxlinesMtthis con servatism dlhrarhtKtnntly stand forth and dcmun 1 et it he known that nrrlean free orn and popular rear cannot perish ex 1ytLiavei fnthersfn10stItutlons reliancefI on the promises o con t r atism enjoin upon our people a fafthf itstlscharge of their sacred trust HERE AND THERE ycrnar was S401000 sue jected to much unfavorable criticism France in Tnrtnry onions leeks and gar Pt11cIr tar lady will make herself agrcealtlc by rubbinga piece of frcshl Cut tiQn on her hands and over her coun tet 1l1Ct i tt1utin shebC= inii rnolaud ADVICE OF SIR ROOSEVELT uhrUltJlIJlJJII of till Tier Ireildeiil L1eels Deiiio rn tin An ecstr3- riot IHIKt evel18 cclnncratic ancestry crt+ ppe4 out in one of his rteent acI driiiM in which 1heiKirlieuIarly warnedl th+ voiing men of AmcHea tolnuare envZ cowtowtinesr and malice It quit cAuent that the r pirit underlyI ing nvji of this rocinlilic innveineiit of the Jay ++ ap whaj he hall in minIii fcr he urged independence ofelartI r tl tL rrliancrrcrgynmbitionI in i tlitlrhulrime d I cultivate in public a9 wvttiit in private I ifsi V j IIf the vice trriaepitht wen Iqi give Iliw democratic buwa free eir Mia lion it is probable thatt he uouM i s flout his entice uttiuli farlh 1 r Tlur t j are young men in Amerivti a hare iin i no rnnger of uuiKing ei listic alt 1 tiuws in puitiei who an i r quite asI prent neeii of advice as ary who may I clsrUempntinR uch nuuectious i in a country jl tlii i it a 11j sary to advise men not toprovok tny c ntollIIS and iraicc as it jis to ncl vivi them not to hii1r fhiwt Mutli i iriMs Il there lh a pifit of ncle 111III hcin lili to Vve Hr s+ ieh a spirit v1Ij iirijk Id 1 ii Mire thnt tli ri i isi c iue fM ii TlijitI eau c Mr JIoocwll lute tII ci 11111 ignores It iis ni to atiovatr frI ianeciin 11nliIfrhlrIII i r ii ambition n it i 11x1p i ltlll111 Irl ul ntlatnl i I tu pit it IIf nt1l 4oiUi ncri aiit I I mjiet but wbt illl1lJ the prattif tiiir utfieiul lit friin hichi tlioe otfryor enter It jit nnftllulrtlr iv tru stat tlc al youijp lull in An e r lea a iiMiiinkahxi Lull to provoke thi itIrtI It i iiki to be the lat uhr nIii uiii rtt rrt1 am rut inir sthat tli trijii r tItiril Itithtipch they I IC to e it jr Not alli i the i pn filiI lo II tli iljlldieJ ttr rpuiII an ptt i t be attrihnti to ureha ir Jt a 1 t 1 jl1dI t t1 r pulriran jIi t rlrrI1 art to 1 IC iifiiiti ari tin I I1lh of rust oliii dlt u IIIiJlt I I lit i v r aw rtI siti lie- iiriln t i iiii t iiennrt r It t I hI r ir j I J rt111r rtlilt II J it nit of iitpl ii int it L 10 i11 i 0 n r i ttu ii ij ol1111 irIa tiitnih iisii i re Ise1aI 1 MMirvrxr vii ti rt in I11t i n I Apr 111 0 I f 11n lfT hut rf ir iuct- lilt1rot i gi1 r at fllijLlrt itrci a Pi I 1111 is + ntilllllttiI- h l I CI lip rj ticLly r rln p ia- brltttr j 1 ililtrrt an jIotili ii- tCrllr I 11 pilllli tll Iltar 1 pi ur i j niT UMI tc be b n itii i what eIit cxpit out envy co tiisnef ni maicti one or all whenJ it turns out i it i mt IMt tIll rroiriiz was nunT t thc liroki 11 l1hcr a trreat political jwrty jr t pnrit of itt orieln m isurr in tle lit rrt ofa snail es finally i u hia Pain winre it n nubs r eoiMi r nct a r3 Jo apotukia ftr or lo i xcu its ift uu the i19i tf the pllh titfare v lut Us injusliei1 art OJK ii M Harant without naliation ant witLout explanation it it to h siirprixd by the ttpp aIInee h n n ti there of envy and nialictecru 01 wnith and re pri ll- If l thus has been dttt4riorntilul in the character of American citizenship the repubiicnu party in re jM nibk fur it i It line educated so far as it was prwyii I mercnI to lcpktoirOvernmcMtt for a p smiuc ofr somtr fort ill malting a iivinjr If o iul istic iieaw threaten Jv limit rniiiu the tartly independence ami th manly si ifrilan which jiee uiatiDmiislutI j Amerieaji citiienshiiiovef thcil rtf other Hjnntry in thy world we nit j loop Itt o an rears of republican error IIIHJlcclIi t cartheof fThit i of the repub Hmn party Hive pro uefil must cf the polllienI and social rie in juent d rCCt Teltrrlunii ineajMibles who tire flOtV Calll r insr trouble They have been taught Itm ujKD jjovern ine nt an d not to jUuui eucYurartddriftthe to strtum Thty have bten invited to lX 1ypertt somethinfj for ncthinr They have lhflnQtJJ to look to laws for MIItto and lupaWIt u mat ter oi crurse hntitheir et ption islf s corruptionrll w which mode them fit sub titierts for such ci eeption It ijs to be hoped that the time will Jepublicnnin1v enough and hold enough to sptok the trit in on this siibjeot To eriti j mal adrift the pupils of republicant MJ It ill aenot a+ nil A covetous nd probably predatory element looking in vain for fomethiiifr which it hate not earnfrd and which there iis 10 leiti ctiollfIr1e ofI revontionrrits toy wantj plunder 1 Joy KobjeAvlt may be n stored tthatHier will be allul1 1I uf1hlrattyWhich of pursnley i its pre elltpojjo Iti makinirsRuial ists fer tthan ill or a UunlUaba Chronicle Mhi rnip subsidy bill is had principle and it is dangerous even in the methods by which it proposes to put that principle into effect t lessl ihe senate has more respect frllnnmfs political authority than i has for the American itpeople tt 1 keep rthe MibitidylillltSvhcre tiir a devote the remaining time of the s sLioiu o the transaction of ottersa rJ i busiucss Chicngo Itccord I lads Y 1TAXES OF THE WAR +a j ri in iireiit Scheme of ltepublfeaao TrlctNtem In Mob the Icople TIe rejittblican in cougros evi denllyJ intend to make a little retluc y flan of the war taxation tt 4Jt1 publifatt platforms are often made to jf gsItn on not to stiincl on i I Tin IIOIIRC of representatives 1ms ii pasty i a bill which makes a slight re ductici hut eyru this disappointing fJIly suihll reduction IB held up an a sen V ale committee from which it seems unlikely to eim rge Aleantime the foitIIf the operations in the Philip r pines eourlnuef at a figure which must eat up a heavy slice of the war 1 tae i In addition the scale of national cx pendjture is evidently to be lavish h ills to enlarge the army to enlarge H the navy 11 increase the pension list J- to want ri ti1il3tll ion to grant begjJ subsidies wI to umprorer rivers and harbors ei rywln re are the order of j the dayorslrnswteu talk in billions uowinfsix The other day a promi f rrentt contrKsman declared tlmt a 1 lfJpropriatingoI V tin presentt ssion and he wondered I 1 Iht nrinnal Jiioderation ii- No DiiiLliy tariff will preside for tot such amMiiit of epknaiUrechjh The ilk aritT cli me was on hit point ofcoilp inj win n the SparKsh wnr of iv s nahtl the repubcan Ijinrty to icie var taxi s and eun Tjiiffly focr up the fiilinre Uy al indicatio hrcauj tit M 1Idutpan 1 lion arc to Le tin 1 rms iturrg j Mr MeTines yeeur7 1t m fr r a wusiefuliii 11 drplicn rot i orr11LLr irint Tin republicans are in full i owcr and Uannn is iu the sdiAlbany Argus IT IS OUTRAGEOUS jTTir Slilp iili tily itlll KnIIiereJ and i lurlhereil h In teristeil i InrtlrrI tScn tor Hanna is evidently gottmg TV s ellsitit orcrtthslap Mtli idy L i la I T tieI News the ftitr Ii i iii said that ii hal IJhr iciui tc ti hos pa iii that rtta tdI liift Lr Irl riny llcimiary illt to cr1 t d by the pasaLe of tlirt JUIa IIlut rtui ther 1 Ifti ieeii i fr is we 1 hnve nntHlnr llirirgrs of f1lt kvvT What is nrte1 5i5 tl + the r1n- ro are bark of tin dell r n= a dltrat their inti rests i i ili ir re fr m lOJ of the Ipeople M lluekl ft er iiwl Mr Cijieiin for iri iee l ve iitver been kiown a ir n who it tie welfare of their con try jlve tltc welfare or thrmehrs In iis connection ice xliouM refer to tnt flier stjit nltti mrue in the Viv s i k rpaI t Ill I bureau Jn the in tr rt st of the hip suiri iiill are quoted as sly i- intri it1T can Iv innounciil ihorl tMvcly j that vth Hi single x on f f the army bin thice I s n m iirc h foro fcon rc = whh IP CtiivI r d hy thrd I- mlrinrvlnii to be of such urgent i nor u jjjtheJItt be a bail thing for the administration 3 to speak for itself on this subject 6 as on all others And if as our cor respondent says in sptaking of the istatements made by this ship subsidy i bureau the president and all his cab t- inct regard it the subsidy bill as j essential to the continued prosperity of the nation the president and his q cabinet ouulit to say so For our part we think it is an outrageous measure Indianapolis News j y1tMurk Htnnas claim that he rep ryinnshade of humor that the laboring 5 tscan will lOt apprrcintcS1 Louist 1epnblicrtoihuurt helped sidetrack Petti grew and now Icttigrewt i has helped + sidetrack llnnnaV ship subsidy bill And thus dots one good turn pursue r publiceastsln1ianupoHs 1 tinel j It is declared that Mr1 Hanna 4R is anxious to establish the principle of the ship subsidy Is that all Justof1 t give the guards a holiday ami turn a band of train robbers loose in the jjKnquirerjj If Mr Hniina tails to get that ship subsidy bill through those con tributors to his campaign fund who j flimbursetlhpredatory piece Mi legislation may refuse to allow him jothlrjj i rTwoago Chandler publicly said that the trouble with the party too much Ilann jdi1 j IIS himself iu the Interests of harv l holly hunna eonld not sec his way 5 1 tl1Tact M The oppostlon to tile ship subf13- sidy hill comes not alone from dcmorU crats who object to this form of pay tcrnalisin on principle but from inde aipendent and unfettered republic insM Decryini I it as a ptrioticmtaro was fraudulent nnd false ThtefM perCntexpressed has created havoCij nnumg the Manna following espjeialv fhesi11isinilt sfmulinjCes ohmgrj yN- f