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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt i i 11 = lJ Jr t 1 tIIa iI La13rrrjtrt xJ do4 y fA fJ i 1 i1 1ri d- t J 1 tld i E tr 4 ebruary HAWS = lit 4t r THE HICKMN COURIER4 i ii 1 ESTAB SIt1a59 HICKMAN FULTON COUNVKV 1 FEBRUARv119 01 VOL XXXVII NO 10 S HICKMANooaftGE1 The following aro the bet six in each Grade January Examination Third Grade Frank Smith Willie Isbel Binford Newton Harry Millet Warren Elhson Dora Cavit Fourth Grade Edward Saunders da Staler Pauline Beckman Lizzie rnm Hazel Adams Fred Schupbach n Covifth GradeOorinue Smith Kath f 0 Su t Sanders Fanny Koarby Edna hs Lida Moore Lily Hubbard Vtth Grade Sec ALouise Atwood 11 AmbersJkerrsv Sixth GrndoSecllErnestPhillipsR- ubyFlcmmin David Prather Edgar Xaylor Fred Wiseman Earl Edmonds Seventh Grade Edgar Townsend Lacy Richards Dave Corum Ella Bus hart Annie Powell Emily Otiell t Eighth GradeInez Luten Carlisle Rice Delia Burke Leswell Stoker Frankie ReidTom Powell HIGH SCHOOL First Year Annie Ellison Bnfle t Bruer Bessie Threlkeld Jamio Cheek Mabel Keeves Clara LAuderdale I Second Year Park Powell Eunice Geo II Goodman President Secy G Treas Address all to Paducah Ky Ar u Adams Max Powell Ida Schupbach Mattie Seay Marie Green Third YearHoly Amberg Tom Pra ther Nettie Beckman Maud Lunsford Pearl Wiseman Richard Prather The school is in good condition and the attendance better than usual Music class larger than at any time hereto fore for several years Tuition from the class considerably more than enough to pay aU expenses of the class All of which goes to prove the wisdom of the Board in the selection of a teacher Respectfully J C CHEEK TILE claim ot other cough remedies to be as good as Chamberlains aro effect ually set at rest in the following testi monial of Mr C D Glass an employe of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardiner Me He says had kept adding to a cold and cough durimr the winter of 1897 taking every cough medicine I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the drug store of Mr Ilonle han and ho advised me to try Chamber lains Cough Remedy and offered to pay back my money if was not cured My lungs and bronchial rubes were very sore at this time bud was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turned to it when I got a cold and soon find relief I also recommend i- to it my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickinan and A M Shaw State Line TT TTTTTVy r- UStove Boards HSP I ttJust j HEATING received ing Stoves a latge oalqpd STOVESIII Call and see them agentscis iI 1 IICj II smoke no ashes less wood and more leat than any LIjIjIjNoi made and see them oy otherII P W S ELLISON cq r f I ILi Coal Scuttles II n rTrT r vr TnTj i Oj A = rA GEO H GOODMAN COMPANYJIIIJI Distiller DISTILLERS RED ROCK WHISKEY No 7 5th- District Nelson Distributors of High Grade County I Rye and Bourbon WhisKies Kentucky the Public a 0 I I 0I Ito a J S Goodman I communications A I I r I Goodmans No 1 Ky Bourbon 6 yrs old 200c u 2i 8CI 250 u it 3ii u jo II CI 300 Jack Beam Ky Sour Mash 12 yrs old 325 Moss Rose Vliskey THE BEST 500 Robertson Co Tenn Whisker 2 yrsoJd 1150 4 175 e II 200 Old Fox Ky Bourbon Vl50 North Carolina ConTWhlskey 1150 to 260 Holland Gin 150 to 350 California Brandy225 to 400 Apple Brandy oCJ to 400 Peach Brandy oOO to 400 Port Wine 85 to 160 Sherry Wine 85 to 150 Blackberry Wine 65 to 150 SCUPPERNONG WINE Special 165 per glRhine Wine 1350 to M50 per 12 quart Case Claret Wine C350 to M50 per 12 quart Case No 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 that one order is enough We want your trade and 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 refundedRegarding our responsibility we refer yon to any mer chant or bank In the city of Paducab Ky GOODS ALWAYS SKIPPED SiNE DAY OIBER IS KCEIVtD We solicit a trial order Geo H Goodman Company No 115 S 2nd St Sign of the Red hock Red Rock Rye or Bourbon XXX 10 years old 380 express prepaid Red Rocks Rye or Bourbon XX 8 years old e 345u Red Rock Rye or Bourbon Xfc years old 310uRed 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 7 6 rti VIi i f IJ bn t SALE ii t As the net linei of Spring Dry Goods as well as spnngforders of Shoes and of Gents Furnishings t begin to arrive WE MUST HAVE ROOM and this is the I simple explanation of the remarkable cut in prices below i 1r Gr V1B A few pairs of mens Gray BWjtGauntlett Gloves at 125 now cut to 76 centtff lffi1 t Mens Baltic Otter Driving GjoTea at 125 now at 82 cents af Mens and Boys Crome TaODd Glove a 00 cent glove now at 44 cents t origrallyBoys Oil Tanned always Oat 25 cents now at18 cents V f 1 Childrens Jersey Gloves in 25 cent line now cut to 18 cents t I fTanned fingered lired cloth wist always a 50 cent glove now cut to 35 centstt If Q X OVERCOAtM Mene short coat sfylnjfroir A12 to jA1 11220 A blue inlaid goods nice deslRn from 7 to I5GO irH CDSIODg grey ulsters a er nn v to sell at 3 Childrens cape coats at 137 sold before at f175 and 82- Childrens overcoats at95 cents A nice line at 165 sold in midseason at 1225 u M t f4fn CHINAS PUNISHMENTI I j I I Six hundred million doll ire is about I the figure that the allied pon consid outrL1gesmissionaries lust summon This iis what is called punitive damages I It is not supposed to have any relation to the amount of injury actually I inflicted but is meant as a penalty that will insure iin the German Emperors phrase that for a thousand can no Chinaman shall dare to look askance a foreignerVj It may have that effect but it will bo pretty hard on three or four hundred million poor Chinese it means that China will be saddled with a national debt on which she will havo to pay I about 821030000 a year interest forever I A REMARKABLE MACHINEt A photograph that shouts so loudly that it can be heard a distance of to miles has been tested at Brighton Eng You can whisper a sentence in its small funnelshaped mouthpiece and it will repeat it in tones more deafening tha the shrieks of n liners steam siren Ye every word is articulated perfectly und I a short hand writer ten miles away ca take down the messages as easily as if you dictated to him in a small room The machine is the invention of Mr Horace L Short of Brighton In ap pearance it is merely an ordinary phonograph ith a trumpet measuring four feet in length Inside the trnmpet is a small and delicate piece of mechanism that looks something like a whistle This is the tongue of the machine Bncklens Arnica Salre Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo CornsBurns Tetter ChappedHandsi r Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at Cowgill OowgiUs Drug Store i SBIBTS A fewjleft of a flue jersoy fleece lined shirt placed in 100 lines now going at 69 cents Swits Conde fleece lined brown pearl button front sizes above 15J at 50 cents below at 55 cents This shirt is a bargain at 75 cents going A big line of mens stiff bosomed dress shirts at reduced prices A few black and white striped domestic work shirts a leader among tho varieties Cadet Scotch Boys Glove Assorted colors a regular 35 cent seller cut to 20 cents A big line of undressed and dressed kid gloves at prices to say the least are moderato What do you say to a shirt at 15 cents less than what the goods in it cost W 0 SHOES AND WORK COATS e A few pairs of mens high cut Shoes sold ordinarily at 8250 and 300 now at 190 v r r midwintera Mens canvas work coats rubber inside line ing covered by thick cloth lining a1 coat at 05 cents One sold at 150 cut to Z 1 Another sold ordinarily at S2 now going at 145 e I IN THE PHILIPPINES ISenatol LoJgos frank discussion of Itho Philippine situation in which ho acknowledged that to Ilk thinking the irsnrrectionsaiiu tl tier ru 1 other uncivilized tribes of i he interior uould never cease will not greatly surprise the rAmerican people The einvictiou has become genoril that in deciding to ponnauoutly hold the Philippines wo must accept along with whatever commercial advantages may accrue this certainty of intcnnini ble war until tilt native race has been exterminated Thiru is indeed no other prospect in sight 1ho better class 1of iillipinos will forever be our enemies we have domed them their na tional independence The wild tribes will fight us from sheer savagery A Convincing Answer drugnstore one evening says Wesley Nel tan of Hamilton Gaf he asked me to try 9namberlainsvPain Balm for rhoa matism with which I had suffered for anynsaidtnot help you you need not pay for it itnaccording to the directions and in oio week was cured and have not been trou bled with rheumatism since For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickmau and A M Shaw State Line FARM FOR SALE I will sell 55 Acres of Laud 45 miles Southwest of Hickman on the Wilson road Apply to J W ELK Poland Cllilla Roars I have four full blooded Poland China Boars from registered stock that PerdinandMaddoxmon church undersigvedJ MG Troy Ave- Hickman Ky j fl- SUJTSi 1ist 1800 suits cut to 1500 1600 suits cut to 81400 1250 suits cut to 890 1 I 300 suits cut to 050S- GCO rY suits cut to 390 ffi Lines of suits winter goods from 5 down to 150t r UNDERWEARy13 Dieuandlower than ever before seen here A grey fleece lined undershirt mens always Y Ri sold at 50 cents cut to 29 cents brownin Y 7t Boys grey striped suit at 1 now sold for p y 75 cents Undershirts dark colors 25 cent values at18 cents = suxI cr i Canton Flannel perpiecei 1 fta 1 II J Anything in winter reductiongive U8 is your price and take it We were successful infigetting rid of soonrlinesmenu to have next springs stock the same + B SHAWS SONS1- Ii wIi at BEYOND THE OLD LINES1 In a recent spcccli at Xew York Grover Ivcland de ran I America lid Eiiglii d for th us cmquost e being wagtii in the iur jinei and iu South Afr i Amorijj trher things ue shill Ve can conquer tho Phippincs tul1I after conqnoriu tlieia can probably govern them It is in I tic strain upon our institutions the demoralization of our people tho ovnsicn of our constitu tional limitations and tho perversion ofI our national mission that our Meager lies As a distiujuishMl bishop has said The question is not what shall wo do with the Philippines but what the Philippines will do to us Our country will never ho the sumo again For weal or woe we have already irrevocably passed beyond the oldlinesTho republic will in some sort of way be saved Shall it be only in name in semblance with fair external appear ance but with the germs of dewy fast ened upon its vitals or shall it though changed still survive in such vigor and strength as to remain the hope and pride of free Americans Let it be known that American free dom and popular rule cannot perish ex cept through the madness of thoso who have them in their keeping and by the blood and sacrifices of fathers by the lofty achievements of the free institu tions they established by our glorious victories of peace and by our reliance on the promises of God FOR SALE A No1 Harness and Brood Mare for sale choap I have sold her colts For S50CO to 3000 each it weaning time lam overstocked- M A McDAXIE- L104t Hickman Ky 4 I rwt h ai fe MayHelfl Loses Case 39 n siifiieteispiefly Wiiisky Circuit Court adjourned Tuesday Quito a number of cases were contin ue i which of course shortened the term I Charley Sjiith for shooting with in tont to kill sentenced to the penitentiary for H years and 8 months + A number of flull against persons for selling whisky G at gi C 300 each and 1 at S150CO r Tire case of Mrs Rosa Mayfield vs tho Povcico Saving Life Company for 2000 was decided in favor of the defendant Appealed Friedman Kielo o vs John and Sam Ford Judgment against John Ford for the Appealedtby the plaintiffs The grand jury returned 39 indict ments chiefly whisky cases This is reI turned at one term of tho court for soy I oral years 0 The marriage of Mr Charles Mc Cracken Jr to Miss Ainazetto Foulk 4 both of Carrollton Ky is reported in tho Carroll County Republican The Republican speaks of the groom as hay ing charge of a Government dredgo boat near Hickman and that the young couple will wake their future home atll Hickman It also speaks ot them with a r the highest compliments socially and otherwise t The Hickman Circuit Court convenesJMonday at Clinton Hon Gns q t is to preside as Judge in the absence o t Judge Robbins 0 I I 1 r i yff 1- r I 11 Building i i I Material t ItItRDUGH c ANDDRESSE BEHJ LUMI J Doors and Windows Shingles c j Limo and Cement- Builders 1 Hardware 11 Paints Oils etc rf ESTIMATES 1 CHEERFULLY 1- 1FOltXISHEI If PEED STUFFS V Hay Oats Corn Bran etc otcff L P VV S 1 y r CATAMOUNT KILLED I Mr J W Jones who lives in the bot tom below Hickman killed a catamount on No 9 Slough last week and the same is stuffed and on exhibition in the Couriers curio Windows The animal had been killing pigs and otherwise pestif erous to the farmers in that neighbor hood It is for sale ANNIVERSARY SERMON Att the Cumberland Pros b y t e r f an Church in this city on Feb 4 630 p in s Rev J L Dickens D D will preach a sermon commemorative of the organi zation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church This denomination was organ ized Feb 4 1810 It has had wonderful growth and prosperity A cordial invi r tation is hereby extended to all lovers of the cause of Christ to be present at this service MRS S K DAVIDSON THE HIGHEST MASONIN WORLD Congressman James D Richardson tho minority leader in Congress holds the highest office in Scottis Rite Masonry and ho holds it for life He rankling Edward VII who is the head of English Masonry as ho also does Presl j dent Diaz of Mexico next in rank to i King Edward Grand Sovereign Commander Richardson will attend the Trienuial Conclave of KnightsTemplar in Louisville in August I Had To Conquer Or Die A I was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs Nrr O I had Consumption so bad that best doctors said I could not live more than a month but I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivalled lifesaver in Consumption Pneumonia La Grippe and Bronchitis infalliblo for Coughs Colds Asthma liar Fever Croup or Whooping Cough Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Cowgill S Cowgills Drug Store tt- I C FEEDER It is given out that the Illinois Cen tral Railroad is investigating as to build I ing a feeder from some point onits I mostIlikely striking Lake County Tenn or the lower part of Fulton County Ky Lines havo been suggesed from Clinton Ky via Hick man and Levee route from Fulton on fi the Levee route from Obion via the a scatters of Reelfoot Lake and from Dy ersburg Tenn The Obion and Tipton vine folks have organized a company and secured some local subscriptions the Dyersburg route has we belieje or ganized The Clinton route has the ad vantage of having had a regular survey made by the Illinois Central Company and the FultonHickman route was somewhat discussed last year in the Courier and Fulton papers but nothing done The building ot this feeder is only conjectural so far as we know and i whilst local subscriptions etc may en courage tho probabilities are that show ing of actual surveys distance cost ef construction etc will determine the route The effort of local communities will have much weight and may con trol when comparisons are somewhat evenTHE I WOMANS EXCHANGE J The object of this institution is to help women to help themselves All employment training or home duties find it impossi sible to enter into tho ordinary channels of business These women can find a market in the Womans Exchange forgwhat they can make most skillfully at rY home provided it is something needed f by the public A small commission is charged for handling tho goods Any orfto fill orders ploaseoall at the Exchange 1 i An invitation is given to all to visit the Exchange at any time Working Overtimer L Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Bil iousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure DrugttI- II far+ ii I iCARUTHERSi BAKERY AND- CONFECTIONERY i i ii i I FRESH BREAD CAKES AND I i CONFECTIONERIES j i CLINTON I STREETII IHCEMAX LI TtCKYII Telephone Dumber UO I I I i SECURE A HOME On the Installment Plan Tho 22nd series of the Hickmau ifuild ing and Loan Association is now com menciug and the books open for the en try of new shares This association has now been in successful operation eleven years its management prudent conservative and safe and loaned more than 100000 to members during that time It has matured ten puidIIoff and settled with all in full and upon maturity thus proving its solid and substantial basis The cost to borrowers is now less than at any time in its history If you want to own your own homo to utilize rents in paying for snare or you need help toward paying for property already purchased in town or country anywhere in Fulton County you are the ones tlJiD Association special 1 ly solicits to take shares There are more than a hundred cLizeus of Fulton county who are now and who Luve been monfrom1 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 GKORUE WARREN Courier office CashBook Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY NOTIONS c Call and see our Stock Everything up to date MARY BERENDES Co F S MOORE ATTORNEYATLAW HICKXA3 KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge II F Remley CITY BARBER SHOP To iny old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL CBOWELL Horse lioc Barber Shop- In the new Laclede Hotel where can bu found good barbers polite and ready to servo you Good work clean towels keen razors Well try to please you J II HICKS H R Ivy e A Firemans Hose Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any ap petite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as I overdidin my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Cow ill C Cowrgill Price 50 cents There is much to be learned after th o world captures China Many scientists believe that the nucleus of great events is imbedded among the mysteries of that great region of country which may not be so benighted as is generally sup posed The preservation of grapes to make use of one illustration of Chinese industry is one of the many things that is only known in that country Millions have been spent in civilized countries in futile attempts to preserve this fruit The Chinese have known the secret for many centuries and millions more have been vainly used in the effort to drag from them the receipt == 1 tT- Er WJ PIRB337 cIB WT nr mm m i FU RNITUREI i I IMorris Phillips having1 bought the Fur 1Iwilll continue- the business at the old stand and solicit a share of tire 1public patronageTe shalll1 giyebetterj COMEUP STAIRSn I IHaving leased my dry goods store to Ro 1 J per Bros I have moved all ti stock upstairs over the groceryfoom opposite Dr Davidsons D willrli continue to sell at cost allthe remainder- ofm E goods Please call ift 1 you want anything in this 1line very cheap g H UGHAHAH INCREASE In THE V e r VOLUME OF MONEY Robert Treat Paine defeated Demo cratic candidate for Governor of Masse ohnsette said in a speech in Maine the other day that few realized how radi cally money conditions had changed since 1S9G When one considers tho figures Mr Paino presents in sustaining his statement he will arrive At the same conclusions He shows that in four years the gold production of tho world amounted to J81W8000OCJ or one quarter of all tho gold which the world then had as a re snit of its accumulation since the dawn of time In this country 247000000 were thus added to onr stock while wo gained bv importation lD5OGOOCa but in addition to these tunas we coined iJ56000000 of silver nod amended our banking system to increase the issue of paper bunk notes which since the lair was passed in March has added i1 000000 to our circulation July 1 1SOG our money in circulation was 1609000000 Sept 1 UHX it was 2950000000 an increase in four years of S5S7000000 Mr Paine adds that the contrast between this stiinu kiting expansion of the currency loci tho stagnation and contraction in the preceding four years is ns sharp ns the contrast between tho boom now and the panic thou Not only hula the total increased in four yours over one third but in spite of the growth of population the amount per capita has risen from 2110 in ISfiG to 2701 on the figures of tho new census This is the largest amount of money in circulation per capita this country has over known ro A HOLIDAY EPISODE Ho started in in season Giving as a reason That during tho Xmas holidays He would be out of town Ho ordered refreshments plenty And handled thorn very daintv Y Tolling his friends on the quiet That Xmas tide was on And as the night advanced Around the room he pranced Making a grand stand play Telling the boys Im still in town From an nurefreshing sleep As the dawn began to peep lie stares around the room Wonders where lies at His thoughts h so In collects And then ho roc ohects That refreshments to his credit Are still awaiting him He slips into his clothes And down the street he goes Avoiding as much as possible passersbyOnce s t They dampen all his joys With tho solemn declaration Brother the liras out But more cause on tho train And with a glad acclaim jut drink and bu merry Xmas time is on And thus the fun goes on From evening until dawn And Xmas day so merry Comes and passes by With shame and indignation lIe views the situation That the holidays are past And he is still in town So tho next morning late With racking pain and ache And refreshments out of sight He hurries out of town In the year 1001 I shall quit this sorrv fun Is his mental resolution- As he fumbles through lug clothas My purse iis worn slick And I am very silk It will be a cold day When I go back to town And as he husks the corn With which to feed the swine He wonders how thq j boys feel Whom he has left in town N liThey aTe using International Stock Food OOUGH u MBDICINESy- tt COLD CUHnS I a Cillllll TONIC ALL KINDS AT Cowgill CoAvgills DRUG STORE O OALti r i Pittsburg and Eureka Orders jtccumininied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALS I exarcs Son TO HAVE GOOD 1EETi1Ii tis essential that you take good care of them A little euro now and youll never regret it yours to come j i I Our careful examination and work mark our professional service sis dis riuctlv superior nud satisfactory Noth ins too difficult for our skill Charges that are met with pleasure Drs McPALL t IHSMIJKES 01 o Kstrny Strayed on January 20 one small yellow IJersey row has bald spot on the left shoulder Any information will be rewarded at- CAKUTIIEHS IBESTtUC- ANTADMINISTRATORS SALE Saturday February 16 1901 On Saturday February 10 1001 rom inoncing at 10 a mon the premises of the late Arthur King on Dresden road JJi miles from Ilicktuan I will otter for sic to the highest bidder one lot of Corn Hay Jhreo Buggies and Harness one Piano and a lot of Household and Kitchen 1uruiture etc etc TERMS OP SALE Terms made known outlay of sale i JJC BON DURANT Admr e iei Arthur King Deceased 1f fu h w i HIGKilAm IBI1JIr HICIIAX KENTUCKY 4 j eoooojI I 1 l ts a00 Docs a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Terms Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited oi The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe I IHasnever yet been Opened by Burglars oI W C JOn SO N Caelne C A IIOLCOMBE VicePresident S AMBKIIG Asst C n HIOKMAJN WAGON CO a ANtI ItRIR1 of TIll CKIIKKATKI i i I I t f l1 Wr t O rr I a I IHJOKJ1AN KENTUOKY I 11 r JJ t1 khrnj h i MajestleJIt ftI = n=QIjaJs= The Best in the World r You Cannot 3Iuke a 3 tatak- cla M Buying Oae of these Ranges 5 I One of its Strongest Points is its e ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Bakes Biscuits in 4 Minutes Light Bread in 40 Minutes Buying a Majestic means a lifetime of Economical Cooking Call and Examine Them Youll Buy no Oilier lIIO e Sjs s lti HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 9 w IHTADLISIIED J8 TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor to B C Hams decd Marble and Granite Monuments OURBINGSTONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING ic c Siolsman TSLy Art Pottery AtomizersArt Andirons Alarm Clocks Axle Grcaso Ash Cans Apple Parers Babbitt Metal Butter Molds Bicycles Bisque Figures Bath Tubs Bras Goods Bronze Clocks Bricabrac Balances Bread Knives AND liar Supplies Bread Doles Clothes Pins JoffeO Sets Call Bells CUaflnc Dishes Clothes Racks Cow hells Clothes Lines GlaM Cream Freezers Coal Vases CotTee Cms Cherry Seeders Can Openers Cork Pullers Corn Poppers Cake Stands- CoIIeelbts Coal Hods Coal Claws Copper Kettles Cistern Covers Carpet Sweepers Chandeliers CarvtncSets Cook Stoves Dish Covers Egg Beaters Dust Pans Dinner Sets Dish Trays Door Mats Dairy Crocks Fire Sets Flower Pots Floor Mops lire Screen Fruit Irons Fly Traps Fruit Presses Gong Della Grate Game Stoves Grain Scoops Hammers Heating Racks Hatchets Holiday Goods Hearth Tiles Hand Scales Hall Lamps Hand House Brooms leo Picks Ice Hooks Ice Shavers Ironing Boards Ice Boxes udlnleresRnlCeStreb Knife Grinders Kitchen Saws Lard Presses Lamp Chimneys Lawn Swings Lawn Settees PHILLIPS BITTORFF MFG CO- NASHVILLE TENN LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUFACTURERS OF New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Ranges TINWARESTAMPED JAPANNED tf llSTOVE AND COUNTRY ORATES Mills- Chamber Cut Jars- j1uUnlt Trivets Seu- Oa90lIno StoTe- snammocka Hat Mirrors PLAIN Laundry Stoves Lamps Lawn Vases Lanterns Lamp Wicks Lawn Chairs Metal Polishes Milk Cans Metal Cocks Milk Shakers MHK Strainers Meat Choppers Nut Crackers Nutmeg Graters Oil Stoves onyx Tables Oil Cans Patent fans Parlor Lamps Patent Churns Potato Mashers Padlocks Pocket Cutlery Rotary Sifters Rat Traps Roof Ialnt- Hefr1geralors Roach Traps toiling ITns Rose Jlrs- Smokers Sets ShavlncScU Sand Stones Steak Pounders Sewing McUnea Shovels Statuettes Steel Ranges Sausage Fillers Scrub Brushes Sausage Mills Scissors Steak Broilers Soap Racks Slop Cans Sewer Caps Table Cutlery Tea Brewers WHOLESALE AND RCTAIL ASK YOUR- DEALERS WRITE FOR- CATALOO AND PRICES Tollft Sets TeaSets Towel Rollers Toilet Novelties Tea Pots ThermometersTongs UrnsUmbrella Stands VasesVentilators VentilatorsWine Wood Churns Wood Faucets- Watno Irons Water Coolers Water Filters andeverything In China and GlassWood or Tin Wire or Castwarefor Dining RoomiKitchenLaundry and Dairy S t aII i s- 1 t a = d THE HIOKMAN COURIERI GEORGE WARREN n HICKMAX KY FRIDAY r FEB 1 Iuu1I IItliltoul Time Table N 0t St L R E i LEAVES ARRIVES Train Xo M at 955 V m Train No 52 7 ili n in Train No 3 at 2U5 p in i Trniii No 4 l4i c- i ppnt- y i v ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR II II IfYo arc authorized to atuioiuuv Mr K I D JYATT ot Hickmau Couuty as J candidate to represent Hiekman aII Fulton Counties in the Lower House of the next State Legislature subject I to Democratic primary convention to i be held Feb 4 1901 iII Ve are authorized to announce Mr Ayers as a candidate represent 1ottII I ton and Hickman counties in the Lower louse of the next General As iII IIDemocrat1cI I Pulton February 4 1901 I OOUVTY SUIT OF CIIMMOX SCHOOL We are authorized to announce Mr KM i METT W KOACII us a candidate for the office or County Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton county t subject to the action of the Democrat I le ie prunnry to be held April i IKH- Wo aro authorized to announce lk5II DORA MEACHAM Sumi as a for tho office of Superintendent Common Schools of lFulton county subject to the notion of the Democrat ic primary April 01 x1- jj Fait SHHRlPP- We are authorized to announce Mr W t A NAYLOR as u candidate for Sheritl I of Fulton County subject to the scout i rI t of the Democratic Primary ou April 6th looLIi I 3OtuEIII We sire authorized to announce CAUPENTEK as a candidate for the of rice ot Sheriff of Fulton County sub ject to the Democratic primary eke thou to be held April Cth 1110- 1Wo i I arc authorized to announce Mr F Torn WRIGHT as a caudidate for the office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of thin Democrat ic primary April 6 1D01 f I i FOR COUNTY CIBRh j We are authorized to announce S DIiI i LUTEN aa a candidate for re election to the ollice of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April Oth 1101 f rlLoI to the action of the Democratic priII I1 luary to be held April GJ IDOl I Wu are authorized to aunonuco Audi J 13 IIKVAKI as TI candidate for the of lice of County Court Clerk subject to the Democratic primary to bo held i April 6 1001 j We are authorize to announce W M BACON as h candidato for the otlice 01 County Court Clerk subject to tin action of the Democratic primary to bo held April CI IflOl j L e FOR COUNTY ATTOtFJ I We are authorized to announce Mr HENRY F REMLEY as a candidato for the office of County Attorney tub p Ject to the Democratic priruary to be l I held April G 1901 FOU JAILKR I We are authorized to announce Mn Jo NooaoN as a candidate for re election to the office of Jailer of Fulton conn primarytoWe are authorized to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for the ofII lice of Jailer of Fulton County sub 1 3ect to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April G 1101 FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JlOSI B LANXOM as a candidate for the office J of Tax Assessor subject to Dem ocratic primary to be held April G 1901We l to announce LUTHER WATSON as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo t cratic primary to be held April G 1901 We are authorized to announce A W COHUM as a candidate for the office of v Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary to be held April 01901 I We are authorized to announce R A BKOWDER as a candidate for the office of Tdr Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held n April G 1901 We are authorized to announce Bon 1 HENDUICK as a candidate for the of fice of Assessor of Fulton County sub ject to the Democratic primary to be x held April G 1901 f I ItCTY JUDGE esN We are authorized to announce HIRAM KEABBV as a candidate for reelect tion for Judgeof Fulton county court1 t subject to actjon of Democratic pri mary of April 6 1901 mil We are authorized to announce J F MANESK as a candidate for Judge of i j the Fulton Court subject to the action F t of the Democratic primary to be held 4 April G 1901 i t t WHEN you want u physic that is lull and gentle easy to take and pleasant iin1 effect use Chamberlains Stomach and i f Liver Tablets Price iJO cents Samples free Every box guaranteed For sal- eS Cowgill Cowgill Hickman and A I tt Shaw State Line t I t w i 1- Ii f ts- rt n Es FoJgCfF TFjRrie- AAiRi M L al r =rIX 3It Or Jo 1J CLEARING I 1 WINTER GOODS Without Counting Cost or Profit 1 ilhJI i i Ladies Jackets Indies SG50 Jackets will s H at SJ95Lulio 85JJackets will wMI at tUtlI 1150 md 100 1t i 1W sell at 7G I Fur Collarettes And Childrens Clocks at a tiIIreduction AUti4 ir tltU suuv gatxls i Woolen j ShirtWaists I i i Ladies Gl5O and 125 Flannel i Wtisre for only Da coins Liadits 22S Flanuel Wait for only 1G- 5ldlt all wool Henrietta a mworth J 5J for only 263 itII m fJ 1Fe have received a new LACKS WHITE GOODS 1 I i WOOL SHIRT UVsr 1 JHj I 1 I U W = I i r i Fl r Ii Local and i 0 Mr1 Pml Dismukc of Maviirtd vu l iti 1 Hiekmaa frfoiid this week eiWe lucre to attyCat1 and fX amine our work AlcFAio f DisjitKas Mr Tom 13 ullode the leaditig Clinton j III lawyer attended court this week I 5Poitivoly all work done without pain McPAifit DISMUKBS the pain fosse dentists Mr Juno Stubbs wuo has been visit ing at Carnthoisville has returned home A X Mover will 1111 his regu i lar appointment at Mt llormon Sunday morning at 11 and 70 at nightII The Troy NewsBanner reports the I sal of tho HICKMA COURIEU Its a i J mistake The owner knows nothing of the tlti I Caruthers j 1 The Board of Stewards will meet in regular session at the Methodist church next Tuesday night at 7 oclock R M METHHNY Prest Circuit Court adjourned Tuesday A larger number of indictments were re turned chiefly illicit whisk charges than any term of the court for some I imeA Dramatic Company composed of Union City home talent plt at City Hall Friday night The Courier can not speak advisedly of the per i I j i The Key City has withdrawn from the j Iliekman corn trade Her power was insufficient for the trade Pilot Charles Hackett laid her up at Cairo Tuesday i The Lida takes her place I There are a good many strange laws in this country of ours For instance I in thirty seveu of the states a married mother has no legal right to hor chil j dreu iu sixteen a wife has no right to what she may earn outside of her own j home in eight after a woman marries i she has no right to her own property I and in seven there iis no law by W lich man can bo compelled to support IIII familyRalph I Bingham Personator Humorist Violinist and Vocalist will give an cuItertainment at City Hall Feb 18 the auspices of the Ladies lid Society The press is unanimous in expressions 1of commendation of Mr Binghauis in imitable entertainments a charac ter artist he us said to bo unsurpassed So all desiring an evenings enjoyment Iof Song Music and Story should not fail to attend n I Boys Clothing At cut prices lionsj and tnr3S5 i i Boys i5U and aOO knv tutamU will ell at aii5 t Boys and Mens ti- II Overcoats KKxl line to sllllt 1J1made bigi cut inI I i I Big Reduction lJ on nil urea suite and pmt i All1 Winter Dress Goods of b 1In1 i Gt III NEW SPRING GOODS ljnst tin of 1PERCALES UTNUi1A11Sg Ii NEW foetriuutuug BALTZER DODDS It III r Personaii are Elder transactlOuI formnucei As Ielulla INTERNATIONAL I ufiiAn STOcKl TH T H R ULKslAVL R A i You can take a bunch of Shoats or ij Hogs and put hem on theutarketaicker- by using INTERNATIONAL STOCK ii FOOD than by any other intftliod of feeding 1 nationalj Stock PoU Saves grain curd M to W tlllptiu1I ii fattening By commencing to feed it to Pigs you can easily make them weigh 800 pounds at six months of age You can not afford to grow or fatten Hogs without using INTERATIONAL STUCK FOOD which only costs 3 FEEDS FOR ONE CENT International if Stock FoodJJ Prevents Hog Cholera II It prevents Hog Cholera by bciuba stimulating toaic blood purilhlrand general system strengthener Wlin the system is strong vigorous and healthful your Hogs will not have Hog Cholera Hog Cholera has commenced and you ought to take every precaution and curm fully guard against this terrible diseasi It iis a purely vegetable stimulating tonic blood purifier and general system igjbcIThree Feeds t Foul One Centii X Try it and he convinced It j li ollI a perfect guarantee by ll J A MCCLURE jIG Troy Avc IlickniaKy i Orders will receive prompt attention at M B Shaws Sons DeparttnenfStoVc 1 i YK ia = = = Sb Yd4214qiitlF6rif CLEll11ANCJ SAt I 4J OW TfIoNBJ tfJc1 lmsl FIT the next 30 days we offer our entire stock of CLOTHING OVERCOATS Underwear and SHOES at REDUCED PRICES to make room for Spring O ds I s g i s i 1i w i i I t I I I r- I i r ii i j i t E AMEERCaTHE i I i S x r II P tAMEERCar t I t i To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre I sure of a good cup of coffee ij because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get Arbuckles I Ir I RoastedCoffee II for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satis fyingYou will find a list of useful art des in each package of Arbuckles Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours you buy the coffee The onewhenII select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y I DR S Kr DA VIDON Lel11isrtgHJOKKA1T KENTUCKYM Of2tja over Cowgill Oowgillo utoryY F CLIVER Blacksmilh and Undertaker IIICK IAN KENTUCKY LYE ME G wantBlarkHuiithiugrepairingWagonspeciaItIUndertakers r111 s lltBelWRlont betill1rtasonuble prices Give mo u rail Cog Shop near the Tail IlIMtemley Joe 1V Ucnuett BENNETT 4 REMLEY i ATTORNEY ATLA7 = especialthecounties atClinton and Mr Remleys in Rick- manOEEAKER IGenecat GJoce i StIofJtohltYeitrill Choice Bargains LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLLOCK Propr First claws turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers z politenC5sPatron i t t r vf i J rJq r JtY t v Kt i Local and Personal t i iEmbroideryI homeII Teeth without Lr1 Prof Don Milam has been elected rincipalof the South Fulton Institute tforMrs Jennie Wilson left Monday night a visit to relatives in St Louis StubbsplaceT I i paying1728 for same Miss i Tennwho1 grand fathe r I r Opt Bates has returned home I Citizens of Lake County have sub scribed 7000 to help build an electric OhiontTenu The won preserved skeleton or a mouse furnished by Mr Thomas Kirk j patrick adorns the Couriers curio win- doW t8nTeeth extracted positively with out pain McFALt DISMCKBS Mr J J Seay was married to Miss I Delia Thomas and not Miss Jennie as t was erroneously reported to the Courier last week There will be a special song service at the C P Church Monday night by Miss Davis and Prof Max Zimmermunn I of Union City The Enterprise is the name ofa new paper just started at Fulton It is neatly printed well edited and Democratic in politics Success to it t Drytginning to arrive at SHAWS The Fulton militia company was mus f tered into service by Adjutant General Murray Thursday night The Leader predicts that it will prove one of the best companies in the State Len Shaw and Miss Maud Parks L c D Simmons and Miss Mabel Uoaldor Dr Disuiukes and Miss May Faris and Miss Bessie Case made a flying boat trip I byIA negro man living in East Hickman was found to be afflicted with something like smallpox Monday and was prompt 1ly removed by the authorities to the pest house We learn since that Drs Hubbard and Curlin pronounced tho case smallpox- The homo of onr worthy county man- U L Polk has been grievously alluded this winter as many as six of the fam typhoidfeverwife a daughter died the past week and- a son is expected to die All hearts go out in deep sympathy specialtypainlessdentistsdentistsThe t Rev J W Lowrance who has T been assisting Dr i vans in the pro Iethodistchnrchtreceived a telegram Snnday night an F Bouncing the death of tits sister in Arkansas which sad news caused him to discontinue his services here to attend h er funeral iEg MeFALt DISMUKES the painless Identists o The Dead Sea for thousands of years a forsaken solitude in the midst of the desert and whose waves have been for centuries undisturbed is now to be crossed by a line of motorboats A shorter route will thus be found between Jerusalem and Herak the ancient capi tal of Moab NOw OX HAND We have just received a tine selection of the Sabbath Library Call and see these excellent books at 5 cents each WILSONS nOOK STORE A man in Philadelphia takes five daily papers just to read tho patent medicine advertisements He imagines when reading the symptoms of any disease that the malady is growing unseen within his body and he skips to the drugstore and buys a remedy During the past two years he has taken 772 bottles of various proprietary preparations I THE greatest danger from cold and la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is oleasant and safe to take For sale bv Cowgill Cowgill HICkman and A M Shaw State Line The grip as has been observed before is no respecter of person It goes as readily with tho aristocrats as with the plebeaus Tho grip can never become fashionable It is not expensive like appendicitis It does not show a liueof ancestors who lived well like tho gout It is not interesting It is simply a miseryworking nuisance Remnants of Wall Paper enough for a room from 50 cents to 100 Come quick to get pretty patterns WILSONS BOOK STORE Dres last week visited Mr and Mrs T C Coleman Harrodsburg- Ii spending several days with them In 16C2 Dr Faris was wounded in the battle of Perryille and Mr and Mrs Coleman had him carried totheir home where they nursed and cared for him with exceeding kindness and considera tion This visit was in grateful love forth kindness then shown and was a gt eat enjoyment to all parties F EE1 will make a full set of teeth plate or bridge work to the oldest person in K the county leaving his or her name at ray office between now and the first of April tMCFALL DISMCKES c l l f1 8 While Taking Stock Were Cutting The Prices As we find some goods that we do not wish tocarry over we will make specially attractive prices to move them Dress Goods Some excellent things for skirts which sold heretofore at GO cents we offer at49 cents Other good patterns which were 95 cents which we make now a price of 76c These are very desirable goods and should be looked into CapesJackets Jacketsand andSilk Waists Have a few only left and will make specialty low cut prices to more thm Ladies HatsAt prices ill ShowThis ThisWeek WeekNEW OF EMBROIDERIESWhich line we have ever shown and much cheaper Prices start thotinlStand tOe specially good val ues NewPercales Styles are very good Price 8U to 10 dents ScotchCheviots at tOe sold heretofore at clw cents All Wool TricotThis excellent value in a very desirable Dress Fabric all wool 27 iucheca wide in all the staple colors Are ire worth 40 cents but our pric will be only 80 cent NewCalicoes CalicoesNice Styles at Five Cents HaveToo Much ClothingOn the stock start this week u SuitSALEand 98c Pants In this lot we have put Panes that sold at 135 and 150 and good values at theaepri see 200 Pants lIoIn this pile are all our 250 Pants and many that Bold for 350 350Extra Saze PantsThese thave been selling a 450 750 Suitshiens and Boys Suite from our regulor f1000 line Everyone in the lot is good value at 1000 and at prices named 18 a bargain 398Childs ChildsSuits SuitsYour choice oi our finest Suits including 500 and f650 Sni- tsFancy Shirts To close we are making these pecial prices r 1 39 Cents For a large line of the FAMOUS 50 clint Shirts stylese 59 Cents For our 75 cents Shirts These are splendid values 75Cents CentsFor Shirts These in clude Wilson Bros and International brands the best in the market for 100 L V W S ALLISON- H ICKMAN KENTUCKYI i i y r IN I htlOItI lY- On I Jan 24th tupaywasmortalbirBobtHaving obeyed tIll com Wands of her maker at an early age sIllIveda consistent member of the Bap hilt Church until the death angel calledher from the torealmshighMany tunselfish deeds rendered i thefriendsshe is with I them no more her spirit has gone to i Godwho gave it while her body we consigned to tho dust This woman i was full of good works and alms deeds llEr1GrlceyouwillmornBeckoningsacrificed life her I provehandsdearbeckonwaiting ones OXK WHO LOVED HEn AXW2ILLSOOW01 Hickman andA M Shaw youyourmonuyafterUSlDg LivertiltstomachandheadacheScunpltafree I I e LE6ISLATIVECONVENTION ThcDeinocratfi of Fulton and Hick man counties are called to meet at their SaturdayFebtwo three oclock p m to nominate dele gates to the Legislative convention which meets at Fulton Monday Feb 4th PtentLeather linetoattentIonSnowsII THE XKAY BOY The New Texas Wonder Guy Fenley the 14year old boy with the XRay eyes is creating a great stir among the stockmen and oil men ofE Texas His services are in constant de wand lIe has the sight only at night and the darker the night the better ho can see in the depths of the earth When his wonderful gift was discos cred he and his father were Walking through a pastur of a ranch when the boy exclaimed Look at that stream of water Although hums father laughed at him he insisted that he could see a flowing stream far down in the ground Mr Feulcy determined to put a stock well on his ranch and taking his son with him one night the lutter soon KM cated what he asserted was a fine stream about 200 feet below the surface He described minutely the dif ferent strata of earth and rock between the surface and the water The well was sunk on the spot indica ted and an abundant supply of water was found He was taken by Thomas Devine this o ranch in the northern part of Uvalde County where thonsandsof dollars hud Been expended in a vain effort to obtain water It was in the dark of the moon when the visit was made and the boy after traveling for nearly two hours gleefully exclaimed that he saw a large stream of water and he had This was found when the well was dug Oil prospectors are clamoring for the boy to show them the low of oil and to what depth in the earth it is to be found Guy Fenley is a modest handsome blueeyed boy When he exercises his power for any great length of time he comes exhausted and taIls into a deep sleep His eyes have been examinea by local medical men but no physical pee culiarity in them has been found The boy lives near Austin Texas NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons having claims against the estate of D Reid decd are notified to file same on or before March 1st 1901 or they will be barredB T DAVIS Admr 14eow NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons having claims against the estate of Zion Austin decd are uotili edto file claims on or before March 1st IDOL or they will be barred Adntrl4eow MARDI GRAS Mobile Ala Feb 18 miLd 10 1901 Only one fare for the round trip via the Mobile and Ohio railroad The Carnival this year will surpass in splendor saleFebpassage to March 7th 1001 Low rate tickets on sale to New Orleans La Two wide vestibnled carryinginformation agent orwriteO SHEPARD G P A Mobile Ala HORSES AND MULES FOR SALR forsaleJ J C BOXDURAXT qtr IIIII To 19190111 Weve mado our mar in the past tew years = kIIwe have sold in ye Ii1lOur1 any firm largo or small IIcnrry prices that arc seldom matched and never beaten Wo 1 a stock that is unsurpassed anywhere No sale is complete ll 1l s until you are satisfied We right every wrong Our Fur Goods and Clothing department well deserves iits IInishing prcstage among tho well dressers We car- r 1 large stock of the good kinds a r I 4r 4 JA1TTJABT2T SALE O1T 1 I OVERCOATSWe1 I 4 S5 1i1 A IIG00It50II rt rr rc rc 498II 4 r a have just a few leftyAll sizes in the aggregate goods no old stock It will pay you to buy noir 11cleo 1 IIRICE SHOE NA YLOBIi I 1 tteLEDlFOIBtJD v IffiANDL- ECroceries Fresh Keats Hardware Queensware- Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement e cirryevery tiling u willy fowll in a first elas Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try ua Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Deliveredx 1 a rc TO THE PUBLIC f I am engaged in thisr1 linei of business at Union City Tenn andcarry at all times a large and well as t sortedstock of Good I and Pure Whiskey I otherII I I respectfully solicit a I TRIAL ORDER I IW WEBSTER l3twSto sell and hereby offer yon FoUl 1 year old Rye Whiskey for 8300 Express prepaid I propose to ship on approval nomarkssatisfl1tory r This is a most liberal offer and I await your orders W K WEBSTEK FOR THE BESTpI- NCROCEBIES I T9 Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES OJ TO Rogers cfc ThrelkeldsUP- TODATE GHOCEB7WI- TTJNGS r OLD STAND FRESHGoods Delivered Free r Clinton Street Telephone 74 I r tJC 11 01 oj ft P 91 tSi l1 1 iw t r f yw a- Y 0 r 7 FJ 1 t r t t MENDING TIlE NETS I Dr Talmage Preachesa Sermon o I the Story of the Fishermen ChrlmtN tImliilr am IUlinri or Men The Gospel Xci ami linn It 1 Should lie Kept In Itepnlr Copyrisht 1901 by Louis Klopsch In this discourse Dr Talmage de cribcs the Gospel net and how it is to be repaired after being damaged text Matthew 421 James the son ofr Zebcdee and John his brother in a chip with Zebedee their father mend ing their nets I go afishing cried Simon Peter to his comrades and the most of the apostles had hands hard from fishing tackle The fisheries of the world bave always attracted attention In the third century the queen of Egypt had for pin money 470000 received from the fisheries of Lake Moeris And ifr the time should ever come when the nun nsity of the worlds population I could not be fed by the vegetables and meats of the land the sea has air amount of animal life that would reedl all the population of the earth and fat ten them with a food that by its phos phorus would make a generationl brainy and intellectual beyond any thing that the world has ever imagined MyI text takes us among the Gali lean fishermen One day Waiter Scott while huntiug in an old drawer found among some old fishing tackle the manuscript of his immortal book Vaverley which he had put away F 1 here as of no worth and who knows but that today we may find some un Inown wealth of thought while look tatthe fishing tackle in the text It is not a good day for fishing and VVrce men are in the boat repairing tte broken tishiugrnets If you ar thin with a hook and line and the fish will not bite it is a good time to- 1ut the anglers apparatus into better l youlin was so large that something trapped or if you were fishing with a net there was a mighty floundering of ths scales or an exposed nail on the f eoI the boat which broke some of- IL threads and let part or all of tIC cijnivcs of the deep escape into their rural clementslnd hardly acy tll g is more provoking than to nearly trophiesfryou spottedLi of the net they splash back into the wave That is too much of a trial of patience for most fishermen to endure and many a man ordinarily correct of speech in such circumstances comes to unjustifiableTherfore ers tha time wasted that is spent in alle ding his net Now the Bible again and again repre ents Christian work ers as fishers of men and we arc all humanityfamebeen enough nets out and enough fish ermcn busy to have landed the whole iunian race in the kingdom of God long before this What is the matter The Gospel is all right and it has been s forthons ures The trouble is s with the nets and most of them need to be mended I tiropos to show you what is the matter with most of the nets and how to mend them In the text old Zebedee and his two boys James and John theJsatinThe trouble with many oi our nets is that the meshes are too large If a fish can get his gills and half his body through the network he tears 4 and rends and works his way out and leaves the place through which he squirmed a tangle of broken threads In our desire 1o make everything KO Rsy we relax we loosen we widen We let men after they are once in the Gospel net escape into the world and go into indulgences and swim all around Galilee from north side to 1 foulh side and from east side to west side expecting that they will come back again We ought to make it easy for them to get into the Kin dontof God and as far as we can make iit impossible for them to get out Th poor advice nowadays to many isy Go anddo just as you did before you A ware captured for God and heaven 1 The net was not intended to be any restraint youdido t KOW Go to all styles ofamusement read all the engagelayou throughtbe1 ofenfngt sa they go and soon all the souls that we expected to land in Heaven be fore we know it arc back in the dee sea of the world Oh when we eo a Gospel fishing let us make it as easy as possible for souls to get in and asc bard aa possible to get out Is the Bible language an unmeaning verbiage when it talks about selfde iiial and keeping the body under andl about walking the narrow way and entering the strait gate and abo- ucarrying t the cross Is there to be noI way of telling whether a man i iaChristian except by his taking the sacrtmentnlrl day May a man be as reckless about his thoughts about his words about t i bis temper about his amusements after conversion as before Alas the lleedelM1 when He said Whosoever doth not f dear hii cross and come after me can not bs my disciple The church iis fact becoming as bad as the world Y Gammo when it gets as bad as the worldl ft will bcVarse than the world by s o much as it3iflaiidl hypocrisy ofL Blost appalling kind to itothcJ de itcts llb fY cassfn I1Wj jIJ T Furthermore many of our nets ar torn to pieces by being entangledwith I other nets It is n sad sight to sc e fishermen fighting about Sea room eachnto get his net both nets damaged by the struggle stud losing all the fish In this laud where there are ntor than 70000000 people there are at lenst 30000000 not in the Sunday schools and churches In such an At lantic ocean of opportunity there is runt for all the nets and all the boat and all the fishermen anti for million I more There should be no rivalry be tween churches Each one does a work peculiar to itself nut there are cities in this country where there is now going on an awful ripping andI rending and tracing of fishing nets Indeed all over Christendom at this time there is a gerat war going onI between fishermen ministers against ministers Now I have noticed a man cannotl fish and fight at the sonic time He either neglects his net or his musket It is amazing how much Mrre some of the fishermen hove to look niter other fishermen It is more than I can do to take care of my own net You see the wind is just right and it is such a good time for llshinu and the fish are coming in so rapidly that 1 have to keep my eyes and hand busy There are about 200000000 souls wanting toI get Into the kingdom of God and it willl require ail the nets and all the fisher men of Christendom to safety land theta Oh brethren of the ministry let us spend our time in fishing in stead of fighting Hut if I angrily jerk my net across your net and you jerk your net angrily across mini we willl soon have two broken nets and no fish The French revolution nearly destroyedI the French fisheries ant ecclesiasticall war is the worst thing poRsibie while hauling souls into the kingdom My friends I notice in the text that James the son of Zebetlee and John his brother were busy at mending some body elsvs nets nnd rather think thai we who are engaged in Christian work in this opening century wit require all our spare time to mend our own nets God help us in the important duty In this 1vS k of repair we neitoput into the nets more threads of com mon sense When vve Ian jjrtfl1t reli gion as a great practicality ve will catch a hundred souls where now we illjteliI j fisheries there are set across the wa I tcrsdjWhat are called gill nets and the fish put their heads through the meshes I11 and then cannot withdraw them be I cause they are caught by the gills j But gill nets cannot be of any service in religious work Men are never caught for the truth by their heat i it is by the heart or not at nil Xo argument ever saved a man and t o keen analysis ever brought n man into the kingdom of God Heart work not head work Away with your gilt uu tel Sympathy helpfulness consolation low are the names of some oLjtlie threads that we need to weave in our gojni nets when we are mending them When you are mending your net for this wide deep upa of humanity takeout that wire thread of critici m nnd that horrehair thread of harshness and put in a soft silken thread of Christian sympathy Yea vheu you are mending your nets tear our those old threads of grrtiYness slid weave in a few threads of politt las am genialit y In the houi of God let all Christian faces beam with a look that means welcome Say good morning to the stranger as he enters your pew and at the close shake hands with him and say How did you like the music Why you would be to that man a panel of the door of Heaven you would be to him a note of the doxology that ser aphs sing when a nev soul enters Iliac en I haves in other days entered a pew in church and the woman at the other end of the pew looked at me as much as tosay Howdnreyou 1 This iis my pew and II pay the rent for it Well 1 crouched in the other cor ner and mode myself as small as pos sible and felt as though I had been stealing something So there are pro pIe who have a harp edge to their re ligion and they act as though they thought most people had been elected to be damned and they were glad of it Oh let us brighten tip our manner and appear in gentiemacliness or lady hoode j Again in mending our nets we need also to put in the threads of faith and tear out all the tangled meshes of un belief Our work is successful accord ing to our faith The man who be lieves in only half a Bible or the Bible in spots the man who thinks he can not persuade others the man tick halts doubting about this and doubt ing about that will be a failure iin Christian work Show me the man who rather thinks that the garden of Eden may have had an allegory and iis not quite certain but that there may be another chance after death and doesi pnot know whether or not the Bible isi inspired and 1 tell you that man fo soul saving is a poor sticks Faith in God and in Jesus Christ and the Holy Ghost and the absolute necessity ofaregenerated heart in order to see God in peace is one thread you trust have in your mended net or you will never be a successful fisher for men Why how can you doubt The rottenest thread to tear out of your net is unbe lief and the Most important thread that you arc to put in it is faith faith in llod triumphant faith everlasting faith 9Oh tills important work of mending our nets If we could get our nets right we would accomplish more iin soul saving in the next year than we have in theast L0 Bu where shall we get them mended Just where old Zeb cdcc and his two boys mended their nets where you are James and John had no time to go ashore They were not fi lritir for fun as you tHll do in sumtier time It was their liveli hood and that of their families They mended their nets where they were- c J h r In the ship Oh says some one Imean to get my net mended and I will go down to the public library and I will see what the scientists say about evolution and about the survival of tho fittest and I will read up what the theologians say about advanced awhieeand I will go ashore and stay there till my net is mended Uo that my brother nnd yotnvil have no net left Inw stead of their helping you mend your yesboatawhere you have all the means for mend ing your net What are they doyen ask I answer all you need you have where you are namely a Bible and a place to pray The more you study evolution and adopt what is called ad sauced thought the more useless you will be Stay in the ship noel mend your net That is where James the son of Xehcdce and John his brother staid That is where all who get their nets mended stay I notice that all who leave the Gas pel boat and go ashore to mend their nets stay there Or if they try again to fish they do not catch anything Get out of the Gospel boat and go up into the world to get your net mend ed and you will live to see the day when you will feel like the man who jug forsaken Christianity sighedi I would give a thousand pounds to fret as I did in ls2orrhc time will come when you would be willing to give n thousand pounds to feel as you did in 1901 These men who have given up their religion cannot help you a hit These drat brethren of all denomi nations aillicted with theological fidg ets had better go to mending nets in stead of brrukingr them Before they break up the old religion and try to foist on us a new religioni let them tro through some great utcriiicc for God that will prove them worthy for such a work taking the advice of Tally rand to a man who wanted to upset the religion of Jesus Christ and start a new one when he said Go ard be crucii fed and then raise yourself from the grave the third day Those1 who propose to mend their nets by secu lar and skeptical book are like the man who has just one wet k fir fishing andsx of the days hr siH ds in reading ltak Waltons Complete Angler and Wheat ey a odandLine and Scotts Fishing in Northern Waters and Pullmans fade Mpeitm of Fly Fishing for Trout nnd then on Saturday morning his late day out goes to the river to ply his art But that day the fish will not bite and late on Saturday night he poi s to his home with empty basket Mas alas ifwhfn the Saturday night ofour life drops on iix it shall be found that we halve spent our time in the libraries of worldly philosophy trying to mend our nets and we have OIJa few souls to report as brought to God through our instrumentality while some hum ble fisherman his library made up of a Bible and an almanac shall come home laden with the results his trophies nil the soup within 13 miles of his log cabin meeting house In the time of great disturbance in Naples in 1619 Massaniello a barefoot ed fishing boy dropped his fishing rod and by strange magnetism tool com mand of that city of fiOOOOO souls Ho took off his fishing jacket RId put yin A robe of gold in the presence of howling mols He put his hand on his lipas a signal and they were silent ale wnrett his hand away from him and they retired to their homes Armies passed in review before him Heghe canoe the nations idol The rapid rise and complete Mipfcmacy of that young fisherman Massaniello has no parallel ill all history But something equal to that and better than that is an every day occurrence in leaven God takes some of those who in tins world were fishers of men noel who toiled very humbly but because of the way they ntentlttl their nets and employed their nets after they wgere mended He sud denly hoists tluMii and robes them and scepters them and crowns them and makes them rulers over many tales and lie marches armies of bavel Oles before thtm in review But o not spent your time fishing with hoop and linerWhy did not Tones the son of Zebedee sit on tie wharf at Cnt a hip feet hanging ov r the lobe and with a long pole and a worm on the hook dipped into the wave wait for some mullet to swim up ard be caught Why did not Zebedee spend his afternoon trying tocntch one eel Xo that worl4tWt1s too slow These men were not mending hook and line they were mending their nets So let the church of God not be content with having here one soul and next monthI another soul brought into withnnets scoop nets seine nets dragnets all encompassing nets and take the treasures in by hundreds and thou sands and millions and nations will be born in a day and the hemispheres quake with the tread of a ransoming God Do you know what will be the two most tremendous hours in our quadr rillions of ages which shall roll on what two occasions will be to us the greatest The day of our arrival there will be to us one of the two greatest The second greatest I think will be the day when we shall have put in parallel lines before us what Christdid for us and what we did for Christ the one so great the other so little That will be the only embarrassme t in Heaven My Lord and my God What will we do and what will we say when on one side are placed the Saviours great sacrifices for us and our smal sacrifices for Him His exile His hu miliation His agonies on one hand and our poor weak insufficient sacrifices on the other To make the contrast less overwhelming let us quickly mend our nets and like the Galilean fisher men may we be divinely heaped to cast them on the right side of the ship Germany secured in the American market in 1900 over 9000000 worth oj mineral oil t bIK CLEVELANDS VIEWS 1Jrntcr Prwllcni trlllnl7c to- Bona j gOt On the Unto iiln flvctem In Ms speech at the annual dinner of the Holland society of New York ex President Cleveland exprese1I again the views which he has been Jknow to hold concerning the nation recent expansion policy I lit believes BOW that vvitfi the definite adoption of n en- Initial system the count ry has been earned a way from its ttraditionalI purposes nnd principles anti will nicer UP the same agnin For weal or woe he declares we have already irrevocably passed beyond the old lines He says further The republic will In some f rtrt be staved ShAll it be only III name anti semblance with fear external appearance but wllh tin trniK of decay fas tnncd upon Its vital or shall it though changed atiltl survive in such vigor anti strength s to remain the hope and pride of free Americans The problem Is a momentous ontItit solution depend upon the extent to vvhhh the old patriot ism and guest sencof our countrymen can be rescued from tniunUiug tanger The warning which MI r Clweland thusKei with an evident sense of the gravity of the situation iis not one that can lie lightlyI dinlisld or ausMfcrrd with sarcasms by the advocates of the present attempt to make the movern meat exercise imperial control if inV recently acquire Ulaiu PIItio- Thl tis question as tu the nation l1I iitv to control the IMiiippims i iu MrI Ievelanuit1CI enientai It i priMi ablf as ht points i sot that vvc lau conquer the Filipino mill even told them under semi form or onUrh yovirji inent The real qiHNtion i whvthrr this nation in di pa ting from thI prin ciples which havi wad it great nu following ii the old pathof the nlionstvhicb have aiivnncei to j impriii power nly to pa into decadence i not consenting to a pirvtrrrion nf i itsI mision 1Yliat we may or may rot succeell in tiding ill tUe IMi Ippiiub i far less important t t Ii continued tullt I piny nay do to us V It wa for Mr Clevela I1UIOr inn r for pInd in ni 1 Iiry of C Tlr duty now r tr iirH ill of 1r I ill rrt ant ii it ruoi- he t IIIMC Tli II of I jpr iitt I hi to fttevhl liett ntrin1n- Now i tinii the nation m pat ri otio eriti t t tludf IN HIS OWN WAY Ilnnna Iovy Move in III luIIIIrtug tor the htp ohidy rnlt Selienie 4aAYr ITanna nlthoi snP of IN j mujt autocratic of bnsse when heII fc4s secure in his controlt of power is a shrewd toil man who recornie s thin wisdom which declares that luilf a rfpnf is better than no bread O- It in evidently on this principle that Manna has resolved to proceed in the matur of the SlsoliOOtiOo hip ulhitiv grab now avvnitinir the action of the national conjrres The rtott syndi cate agent in American public life is I10W readjusting his card o as to iwtnllseJiherei than he had at lint allowed I uHf to liclieve It ill this policy which has led ITan na to consent as tOW report d to the amending of the ship subsidy hill in certain rwpccl to conform to the ideas of opposing senators Tho truculent hOtI has discovered that ho cannot compel the passage of tho iniquitous measure as ii now gaud Me knows that tenth hiiriVetf and tHir McKinley administration would be discredited by its defeat anti that the syndicate iHhind the bill woiiM sulTer material loss Me is assured tjmt the amended bill will leave clear inajori trs In the senate and house An amended ship subsidy grab iis better than no lrnh- Wimtcnr else may be said of this man Manna it must be confessed I that he Is the incarnation of coinmercial ietl politics It iis his creer to roach out for everything in sight Then if he cannot get all that he wants he will take what he tan jet The amended ship subsidy hill will work grievous injury to the American neo ply but Manna will finallyt secure its passage And then with the people snlTcrinjr under its vast tax burden time great boss willl damn the Ameri lan congress that it was not williccr to make the burden oven more op prey ive as he at first demanded St Louis Republic r1c prrslrientt hay appnii trd sOt of Justices Marian and McICenna to positions in Iorto llieo tinder the Tinted States povcrntnent We have too pinch faith in the members of the limited States supryineJ t UrttoJtelieVe that their dccisiots in the Iorto bean question would he lntlm need in the- ltastl yet that were 0111 of the appearances oiI which might well have been avoi 1cclamT adcJscii mrttP the many evidences we have had that Mc Kinley is a tactless fxteuItirll0ebrs- ter IeraW ExPresidenti Harrison ought not to have his offspring and friends persecuted bv the administration because his conscience as an honest citizen and his knowledge m a great constitutional law rcompcHfc1 him to protest against HaiinaMcKinlcy imptrialism Kan sas City Times If Mark TIanna PIUS everybody for libel who thinks he has a direct interest iin the ship subsiclv bin he mi saved time bryconulldat Itr 1 he 0rtion in one suit pf Marcus A Hanna vs The People of the United States ludiauan olis SentineL kiG1 c t s +6 l TItoT ire Item Voted Atvny liy Itt publtczn The watchdogs of the treasury in Washington nfl said to be consider ably worried by the looseness withI which the two houses are voting away the contours of the treasury They huH been maKitig a rough calculation which gives U7JOOCOOOO as the grand total likely to he appropri ated during the lycsont session amiI over 1500000000 as time aggregate for till presentt congress t This will he a record smasher Notl Ko many years ago the whole country was filled with indignation and gave flat republican party a terrible jolt because a congress appropriated1 sonic thin over lQVXOOflOOO The people made tthings uuplciiFant for the states men of Ithe biliiondollar congress Hut now conies a congress whirlI add onehalf to this total nmPno rent noise iis made about it The people seem to be getting user ito mountainous expenditures They seem to have made up their mind- hat prodigality has conic to stay and1 that it is idle to make imjr protest- Ihe watchdogs may growl but why wires Ihmn point to the fact that even the enormous total for the present rongnss includes Mothing for the MannaPay no shipping grab andI not a dollar fur the Nicaragua canal which ii jis nuts nltitjttiitill swallow up uii c MniiOiMMi ill1t ont 1111 1titutnot to ptak oft pil Missiiie losses from lack of tnitlie iittr rum diejiioii nor ofstil vier exp TH hireII lialie to rrnt fiir tnti run tiiuial 4 4IIl r aI ions hut tIii peep stiiii to take only a lalIiii inter st j Miiy of theii indeed an u uing con j gress im to ilnt greater tMieine lf iriitiiga v i We I as Sairy iamp obsowfs them as wants to lie t ittivvateid IMII peya cordn The American Ipeople arc piyinsr rtl1l1eI + for tli tIwatitn- of i i t tleir variiyi I and to out vviri appear ances tiny are pay ingi verv the ir fuly Their eheerinness may IIK thin how ever tit t In ir ji im aeceii i IIIe Ii the teaching of tlnir priI i9 atJtrJttitreinliieii idina IT iit t tin fey tt Lipsis mgrs jlrIiut i paid by rujiir ortirriersi or raiis ir xvii from tskit or sii ics up j front wellsi line of tin e days tption and i l i htIThI i territt Tiiey will Inereiivr thttt tlle1 are thIIlIt ttlr fnrivjii tin money to pay fur the t it tiw Action arid thta the invetnient iito not renii iterative They wilI learn that they Ihave been contributing more million to the Tu itliona ires and impmeriiirtg tlum- jflvrs It vvil be a sorry lay fur the Iarned npubliean tIlIIr ot econoiii j ie when the people woks 11 and ee realities In place if dreams 1 nila nay 1hink ourel fortunate if tliey iloi not g n to another eiitine anti punish nut only those who han de eived theta liiit thus aiivvvlio have nenmnatvdl wealth in legitimate vviys and by the xtrtiof their own energies and their i wn genius tttr causing twoI blades of rhs to grow where but one grew before People who June been robbed by confidence operators may not srop toI make nice distinction when they come to themselves With the spirit of nsentmcnt strong upon them they may flock to the standard of some jruphet like Trot J I tTrOn ns limn peans in das goiie by Hocked to the sta ntiard of Peter the Hermit or as Frenchmen lourt threw themselves into the botdy excesses of the great revolution mud the reign of terror Chicago Chronicle n iI s A Tolnilnl Army Xow the advocates of Miiilitarismr are sugarcoating the proposition by suggestuiir that we call it uiVolonial artily Thrw York irltlld oh serves that men who have a deep trotted repugnance to a permanent large standing army would not object yollrlalillrericanfor In this way tin ample force could be raised to suppress the insurrection in the Philippines and effectively police them until peace end order were per inn nenty established A rose by any other name ttwnuld sine as sweet Itut what a proposition for the new twentieth century to revert to the medieval soldier of fortune wnyslimit that seems to be one tI- the f possible consequenccspf imperial1 ismltica Observer Good IToMitrct for 1eiii Mrn There can be no doubt about the overthrow of republicanism at an early dateit democracy shall prov itself to be worthy of time of the American people With im perialismi militarism monopoly and profligacy provoking to open resist ance a very large proportion of the besl elements of the republican party the democrats have an open field for achieving triumphs Democratic lead ership in state and nation must arise above the conflicts of faction and the be1 c clean in parn in effort Philadelpose and earnest phia Times Let there be no mistake about the character of the opposition to tht ship subsidy bill in congress It is notl till filibustering of a few cheep dome gogues which has to be feared It is the republican apprehension that there jis deaths in the pot In its present shape the bill means poison to the party sys tem which years wil not eradicate X Y Press HepCDI aiin JaJanalI pox MO end rfiii Fffiprno 1j rri i errihm to be about all that we have gained from our colonial policy thus fntStLcme I RepublicI III I fimsixTH CCONGRESS Secnnd Seion 1 r Washington Ian 23Senatealtos- alate Tuesday adopted appropriate resolutions on the death of Juceu siIit ting of the senate in open session thlIlegislative executive and judiciil l TlT gar cs time committee amendment were concerned nnnOl1llllmtntI s of the death of the queen the o- passed the bills to send to the court of claims time claims of Cramp Sons amounting to something over 8100 QUo for alleged damage done to the company on account of the failure of tho government to promptly furnish armor plate and other material used in the construction of naval vessels The senate bill to extend the placer mining laws to saline lands was t passed after a rather spirited debateVITho District of Columbia appropria tion bill was taken up and some prog ress was made with it Appropriate resolutions on tile death of Queen Victoria were adopted and out of rc adjournedsWashington Jan 21SlnntcCon sidtrnt ion of the shipping bill was resumed Wednesday At the instance of Mr Frye Me who relinquished the chair temporarily to take charge of the measure on the floor it was ynade the unfinished business of tho senate thus restoring it to its Ilrirti4leged position House The house Wednesday puxs cd the District of Columbia appro priation hill and enured upon coil sideration of the nasalI appropriation hill There was HOIIIC diiMi ion of tItxttlit tu which the navy was t be increased ultimately in the course of which Mr Wheeler fIKyi and L eliieiIi himself in favor of a navy larsja enough to meet all comers Scv real provisions of the bill were knoek cd out on points of order including that to give warrant oticer the coir mutation furi qirtrtcrs allowed secon1 lieutenants of the marine corps Ihctsenate cot d Thursday to tine Iiiidian appropriation1 hill antiamade 011tfair progress The chief tJtire ofrr the debate was a hnrp aUil by Mr IVttigrevv on the Dans rinnisKion At the openinir HIe senate ill i ptel the Pettigrcv rsolir iii iniiemini the reported dejortatoa of A Ma hill a citien of tlu Ihilipjiie l Guars House Thc Jutiise fisji rl theEnasal appropria ion lliiiI 11 rigsi an completed it vlth slyi e t jitiin of one paragrajtii J ilie i itt ti iu iII rras r of the uii vtsi II iiin a reported namely two ianle itis anti two e tii ers Snore oppo i inn was man navvtCanrnn III sotintkd a note of warning as to the sie of our an nnil appropriations nrl added that with the present apropriation SUO OlKiOOO would have been sprat on our ncu navy unit we should stop Washington Ian 26 Senate Sen ator Depu i N Y livered in Ihit ucnute 11 idrly a characteristically forceful anti eloquent address in support of the shipping hill The adtlress which occupied jut an hour was in the nature of all appeal for the upbuilding of the American mgr chant marine by the granting of sub sidies as provided for in the pending uneasurelouseIhP I1dopl1tillreorgnnixation bill The contest oveV it was brief Mr1 Hull chrirman of preI venting prolonged debate The con apploprialinlhill000 was reported It 1provides SJOOUO for purchasing land at Peking for the United States legation there Min ister Conger having advised the ex tension Other changs made by tillhill are Salary of minister to Po livia increased front 5000 to S7100 ngChinasia ngKingmrI initcctStatltisalary raised front SiV0 to 5000 Washington lan s tnlttlXnbusiness of I ttrpn stance transacjcd in t SaturdayHouse lulls anal ros olutions were introduced Saturdav ly Representative JJfrrv directing the tIttar of the ppytoanti forfencese l brUnitcd states troops during tin civMl IyautholI7IIIJ GtnXthehouse d JleprestnttltlroSouthard inthespecial order after the hillofplritJoflOIttmittreport fa vorably on the resolution unless th scnatcI should guarantee that the hillwould botluringlaiterha t J5W t 1 lullII1trodlllt1I by Keprescntativo 5erry to pension Mrs Mary Connervof 1aImouMi at the rate of 8 u month tollCiRnrrte 11il KpringJield III ann 2GTIeprt ntative Witt has introduced a bill whirl I f1 I 1cturcIaway o cigarettes within time state Iiportatlon Tax InvTercil Havana Ian 001hasexporters that the Washington government hasallowed his petition for a 50 per cent reduction in the exportation tax Thelowering of the export duty has been the thota year Swearing Allegiance f lolo Island of Panay Tan 28 Upwards of o000 Filipinos hare sworn v allegiance to the United I States in Iloilo province Thirsty urrenderedat Santa Barbara y y 1 tf T x rte IYr f j Cholc of LeUelllUT think Ishall lion o sprofeswith tLe llug JBrowJ Ot sign t the S trdonie lelonilahimore painting dtncrtcan inquired SheDid amateurpa Topics ItOU ba 31Iranyou be proud oftell Atehlsan G1ubt your ft1tt nerlpUun bottle JuiniMIIDont ir otherforAtehorfSJOUniayLeone Juurct ti drawthemshutthem A DRY FOR HELP Result of a Prompt Reply Two Letters from Mrs Watson Pub lished by Special Permission For Womens Eyes Only 1899ort DEAn MADAM Iam theorarieseighteen I Ontbs I have acontinual pain anesoreness in freelMstofflbackliege I be by work ami yearsagolLife is a drag to me and I sometimes feel like going up everbeing a woUwoman have lw t alJOuterrthing lutelidy- Lydia E Pillkhams tltofair trial uiale up my mind 10 give it a I write this intIcgardtoTSOX Hampton Ya n r re yo Novcmbfr 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o F I1ILES Supt or Immilrntlon Ottawa ianata or tt IIt V 1Sr1NNEs No MerrlInhevnctrot tllehtTUULMI IllUOW t Dig Four lildi lnUinapulsIud Labor Sfirlns Dessert Dissolve in hot water contents of a pack age of Uurnhams Hasty Jellycon set stray r In a cool place until wanted and you will have the most brilliant pleasing jelly The fflavors are lemon orange strawberry raspy berry wild cherry and peach or n a F delicious wine or coffee jelly is desired get I calfsfoot Jellycon Your grocer sellfi i t READERS OF THIS PAPER DKdllUNG TO BUY ANVTHINO ADVERTISED IX ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING 71VILTTHEY ASK FOR HEUS1 GALL 8UBST1TCTK8 OH IMITATIONS r 7 011aiW8COTEBT gives I relief and cures worst rtasea Uoolc of U ttirpnl li and IO dare treatment I rr prUUU fIiSUSIiuxUaWidIii 1 t+ 1 DI1 tOt ChIn atd Fever is a of nrOf Tusteles- i Chill Tonic ii SOC I IJN fle t tWS over of t oSuT J r i a I i r t J D n MULUftSECURITYQ Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills iMust Bear Signature of See FaoSlmlle Wrapper Below Very oeiaU m d OM oscr to take astnffaFOR r HEADACHECARTERS FOR IILIOUSKESS TORPID LIVER VElFOR CONSTIPATIOM FOAPILLS Ita SALLOW SKIN FOR TNECOMPLEXIOK p81qVjpJ MYTNart IIAVat S ceesUMeI c CURE SICK HEADACHE without fee UP ENTS Semi less fnicceHKiul description PAT FREE opinion u STEVENtillTE1a 1G- Dv I IIIUtb Cleebltd and IIdtult IJraDch oftlee Chicago culttss9eceaaooaIIsBesCe In tfm 1old Dy drngglatsp THE HORSELESS CARRIAGE lmtOuteor car lutiiMs have been taken M 11 Belgium from Ibiiuarv 1 to UItts IO Jto Self ro Ntlled lunch wagons a0 be built at MorrrMtr Mts ItIC IS nisdnctlrrlytheAimricuii institution TIlt park eomminsiomMs oij San Franci vc ha dtmit automobiles In Golden Gat prk after tin drivers hUH obtained per mits Within let ihin n yt nr from its cat iolt tin motor vehicle stable at Harvard hasnirtrht ell iimrc used to twice Us o rig IHt1 size An automobile freighti line will shortly be established between Los Angeles Pomona Ontario and Chit Cal A 4I horse power automobile truck capable of hauling eight or ten tons of freight at Iow speed will be used a The1 ISoston park hoard hns extended tIlt time within which horseless car riijjei can lit driven in the parks tern Automobiles earl now burllnI from fritt untili I llHa in the evBiHJW The vfhulcs rnuit not travel qtn liiirluT speed than ten miles an hour in the jiirk- 1rivau automobile will pay taxes in cities in Spain of 115 for Oeli thk1t1 for each seat including the ditI 1136 In smaller cities tbO tax i iII rraed and in places of 1t1K than iLli inhabitants the tax is further lessened to tfyj for each vehicle and 24 cents for each OlatIPEOPLE WHO WRITE Dr HOD Doyle was born in Kdln Iwrjjlj S u0 His parents were cfll Irih liiiint nti his father was one finr iitluis each of whom distln gltId llilliM If- IJ I IL In illness of the late Prof MI e11r IT at ithe end of In st year 1 1 1r for his recovery wereof ft i 1 lIiMtlnti temple at Madraf i ildillll niter before girea to A 1al W l if ire MS afio James Lane Allen TC JILii t left hi home near Lex iisjt K for New Yurt with 0a I vim of hisj wtalth dctermintd tInktrr r in liUrturr The first ttt trr nfrr fnl of alrnirfflfs vritb povrivi III i he lit rraly haunted the public tnt tfliees till ha had some or sin workI race phd FraiiN Parkman the historian had a ken Muf of jut ire A friend met him vvikiiI our dv 1lIl1g the street Ial itir 1 tots street bn lit had a firm grip on i iirr coat r niirs Vbatin the are full eu iiLr Parkman 1 ikeI hij ftind I found that Johnny v hld rittn ail the apple insteadol it iilii vih hU itre brother I att1 lii u h1 llohtr for the younypr t ai i iiK lunv ualeh hull while rSH 1 IITEMS OF INDUSTRY Jt Iii The worlds coffee crop is 800003 ions rritim makes iOOaoOOO yards of liiuii a year I5riti h fishermen catch CinitOO 101 of herring anti HiuoOOU cod every ytar ln the mack forest ditrinlilrninny art 1100 matter cloikmakirs uud 0000 workmen Norway liar to import 2500 Ki tons of grain a year the exports ljuuj soh of fish yearly IMight million pounds worth of ftVit are landuJat KnfflUh j orts i Ity IU month This includlt sliell tih but not salmon Tin filljut of copper in thisi conntrv from linaary 1 to Ovtolx r 1 of the present yeir has beon e rotated ut 44SftOC pounds Till 11 A It KITS Cincinnati Jan G- CATTLECotunlon 2 6i a U 75 Kxtra hutchcn 4 40 n 4 75 Ct 1 1115Ext u 7 50 llOtiSrChoke pnektrs 5 O Gr 1 l2ir Mixed1 puckers N1 fo- S11IEExtra J 7 3 C u 4U- OLtMltSExtra u 5 50 FLOli Sprinjj pat 3 9ti 4 35 WHEAT NO 2 111 Gi so- COKXXo J 2 utixeda 10 OATH No 2 nlixctlr jt JIYE Xo 2i57 JIAV15fst thnothyti t4 7- IOIIEFtunIV1 I rti 14 2- 5LAii Steam il 7 Ijt l LLTE1th dairy it 13 Choice iTwuntry fr 4I APPLESCII to fancy 1 TiO fn 3 0- JOT1l1SIer brl 1 C5i tit I 75 TOI5ACCO New 10 Ot rlIll 75 Old 12 00 Ill 75 Chiet- gFLOrltI1tn u patentt5 00 rli 3 c0- 1111E1TN0 2 rod jI ei 77 No spring fiofti 73 COKN No 2 ti ft 3jJa OATSJ No 2 24V 5- UYEI u 52 iOiKMes in sr tel 93 JjAJIlJ Steini 7 32u 7 37 Xt York FIKi Win patent 3 05 Gi 4 00 WHEATNO 2 rectet 5- UUNXo 2 mixed4SO1TSNo 2 mixedu 30 KYE ItSIOUK Kamily 1550 iIi 75 LAUD Steam 0 cir 7 75 Itnlliiiiorc- WHKAT No 2 red 70 Iv 7Gs Southern 77 fa 77H- COKN No 2 mixed itII O1irNo IIF2 mixed 28 fa 2- 8CATTLErutehers I 4I 70 i 5 10 JlOtirf Western 5 S5 a 595 IOIIINVil- lfJLOnt Win patent 4 25 ii 4 70 WHEAT No 2 reIet 75- COKN Mixed slew ii 40 OATS Mixed 2GC IJ 27 POKK Mess n 12 50 IAKU Steam II 7 25- lniUiiiiatiolln 1vlII1TNo 2 redvii 75 COHN No 2 mixed lt1 3- 7U1Tao 2 Mixedrt r 25isc 1r stm t 6ir L The nin211henbetweenpruspentyproveain tfIjrGvlagnationtet a Htttdues that of the toddy iJualothiul to equal this remedy hasever been stornaeh 1iYrrfur all ailment of the kidneys It willqllikJy dtan1 the blood tppetite See that our PrivaterevenueStamp curers the neck of the bottle Innvolduliie Action Doctor Im botheredl with a queer painwhen I head forwardstretch armandwitlithemag Tomes my ltthonl dflHut 4 wonderinglyuwhy Ui formana letrot1 DeItfllto Curedbreachtheisonlyi by 1 iscnucdi mnomWhenloundirisentuelyandunleacouditieoutantiforeverniceeatarrhwhitl itiunofWe will givei Onl llInndrIIl I anycase tllitnuseSendOGh1Halls Iatnily Pills are tie best A Coiaiiletel Jl- IHlhbtn UAuher xvcnt to Parkarear ago hey toldJ me hb KOHIC to In gtltiflgOtlon1Cirk HtV qut The committee ofI theI i finishrf0Succeeds Where Others Inll Mr W p Roberts at one time living at 240 Eat 11 a hiugton Street J8UiaripolL ctntpieteIybeen tr atd in vain for over three years by various M 1 1s TIlt above te t auny I corrcboruieti by many others who havo uf fired font yirultut cutaneous iliase wkth Pahjier lotion tever tui tIurand uil who have used it gtdh rtconmifRd it 10 thlt MtrdH an juiik ofit in urnis tunthaveI IUerSlAtLLtIn lIUdIiIlUtI1I ljlI b1 thob a cpat art L wad cdtiyII t I I i rl 1 Z rr I a I lr you h lwa 11c it L it tfh I tUflIt lor ltutyels- r nttlr tch u Lest hri CII t i rrLottrtI i 1 sure you v iiiu LC or l Dui jruiiit cay iitutil ijov niI i ni jnii jut Its rents to start Itijij t ur health hail Mart tndt tathrLt tncuurs put up in nu tai I nx v t 1 li t stamped ti 1liLt iol 0The avrti pun 1ri n tkat ivy lIun uiii Lt fi tLhsr i v ro There Is Xn Death I from Croup Pneumonia and Diphtheria if i Jlovies Croup Curt is used prompts Xo Opium to stupefy the brain No ipecac to IlJaeate the tima lti Sold by dntcgirts 60 cenw A11Iossit mfr JiuffaloY yCM ilk f for UII 11hen a visitori announces that he in hishostI bon lobeII AUdruggist5lcrUlldmouer i 1 i thatheadachemany green thoughts Chicago Daily Sews It require no experience to dye withPUTNAM FAUBMESS Dyes Simply boiling your goods in the dye is all thats neceeeary Sold by all drnjxist tieaTearless grief jis more profound and moreover it doesnt mike the note tiO red Puck Picos Purp for Consumption iis an infalli ble medi ne for coughs and colds11Samuel Octal Grove N tiI Feb 17 1900 JT rVirtue iis its ownrewardi mII yet foroe i iIi T u swstt to liI io Jis Iiir I 11110 el- uLl vlio takes allI he ran get often gets 1TI than lie tlr tke Kums Horn toCOmfOI1 4Nothing to surely brfIiup the cnjCymllIts of Winiter IS attacks of t4P Rheu y latism tNothingso surely 4 cures the trouble as +y St Jacobs Oil 1 t- IA + + + + 1 4 + N KE- r 1850- WJUX wIrT1Xl lC ttltti1arT17Ffi- pleuaestate that 3uumw lIu Adverthoo- mL1tln thus paper For Infants and ChildrenII Bears i A US t Sienafurei f- 1eX The Kijj1 THE ctrTu cow ANY TT MURHAT T CCTMCW YORX CITY 1 ar 3 Aco 1 t= =r c I k +1 11 lift C H IE 1 Y fE R 1 I iYIre iJffi fftfMaLteZxUIS F Z I TsiiSuB rj f Winchester Rifles Shotguns and AannBRitlna Send name a 1 aJCll a jostul now Dont delay if you are interested YKCHESTER REPEATIFJC ARH13 CO I ISolJCttLl AVLNJE KiW llATNT COXN I OI rsasrraetzrar =mt co nI IJ j 49AIWIWdi6Y L Ciighv f- ls 1Cnres no Couh or Cold at once retl iPI tiiToWi3 t tOll1u Croup noop111gCough t i Jd4taIor n s BronJJiti Grippe and tY E4r 1 uump ion Mothers praise it Doctors prcaoribo it I cent1IfAGEkdiT rrtj m cUfiI1j M U DiHN 7 rfttt Instead 01Sifi1olffjfJlrl itt r ll- I l- fIfflake Yoirs lf a lie r Rfsass I I t nJ t111S Ii JO erfw mo Kt M7a f 1- e 1r Rr w Si1 BlOOD AM j fJERifE t REKSZY i t t Will GJve YGK tb2 S1fngffz + ssssi Vii DP of Pcpfost Mzn + uir- x Bsaazf Rcncws5 VffaSizs Jlz + 1 Invigorates Waaff SVScn 1 Old before his time A brokedownL tlr miserable wreckweak nervous dis Jt t couraged v The world to him seems a place of mist peopled with ghwitly beings l whose flitting to antl fro about their i daily tasks serves but to irritate him 3j He sweets at healthy amusements if and finds no comfort or pleasure in life 1 f lie is sick and he does not know it He drags about and therefore thinks he isIIII well He is despondent and peevish and weak and he does not know that there are merely signalssome from the stomach crying l aid others rom the nerves beseeching strength i still others from the great lifecurrent the blood moaning that it is so impeded and cloggedwith impurities that it cannot move He and all others like him will find imme i diate relief iu Dr Greenes Nervnra blood It and nerve remedy This is just what it was BL intended for It never fails Uf make weak t men strong and vigorous puts nejiv life vim y strength power and energy into them Dr Greenes Net vura is New Life Hope and Strength for Weak Men i f Mr JOHN D SMITH cljcfricinn for the C Thoirpsonlluuston Kkttfic tuof Lynn e g Mass says x hen a nn It IHIII sick r 1 JE and is cured It is his duty to tell others about It that they i 1Jnel1SaGUJ had cnwutdigaimost l- nightauddapcouldnotatretrolarlyand I I got only a few hour lent at night Noitrmau cm stand that long and I suun began z y1 to be prostrated J could net sleep wh- enrylII t tried andmy food would nut ay on my cjy r stomach I ws In a tenible cunditlon mil Iri r was marls alarmed 1 went to doctorsIi1 j but they did me no good Learning of tim lr J wonderful good done by I lirecnus q hNervurablood and nerve remedy I deter try it It cured me completely of sleepf t S v believe it to the beat remedy In existenceDr Nervura is the t One Great Restorative Which Cures Dr GREENH 85 West 14th St New York City is th most successful specialist in curing nervous and chronicydiseases He has remedies for all forms of disease and offers to give free consultation and dice personally orcby letter You can tell or write your troubles to Dr Greene for all communications are confidential and letters f are answered in plain sealed r envelopesii r1 i 1 r s t- rTTi c 0 Ii t HR i t The Hickman Courier GEOHGK WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICSi AVojiljn use 17 times as many gloves ts men The record running high jump in 6 feet 5 inches JJleven Indian languages are still spoken in Mexico An American bank has been organ axed in liotterdam Holland Great Britain is shipping firewood from Victoria Australia for the use of her trooptin China One authority on botany estimates that over 50000 species of plants are now known and classified The golden eagle has great strength It lifts and carries oil with tale a weight of SO pounds Ten million eight hundred thou nand Knglish people live in the coun try over 10000000 in towns The Chinese are essentially cotton consumers the majority of the people dressing in clothes of that fabric Window plants in Germany arc often nattered with cold ten or coffee The effects are said to he beneficial The war in South Africa has doom ed the Highland kilt as a lighting dress and it will now survive as a parade uniform only The population of Indian in 1S01 amounted to 2SSOOOOOO at a very moderate estimate now it may be put down at 300000000 Time great pipe organ to be used 5n the temple of music at the Pan lAmerican exposition was built to or t Jer at a cost of 15000 In Devonshire the cycle has been topplied to butter making A man sits on his bicycle pedals and by means of a chain turns the churn The first British medal tires given to Capt Vyard of the Adventure Jn 1C50 for beating three Dutch ships miff Harwich It was worth lSO The tube of a twelveinch gun has fifty spiral grooves inside which cause the shot to revolve seventyfive times per second as it rushes through the nil The erust of the earth under Japan nest be comparatively thin judging 11y the number of earthquake shocks in that country They average 500 n yearThe Salvation army has received a gold medal at the Paris exposition for its American exhibit showing its method in reclaiming the fallen and outcast I The marquis of Salisbury keeps about seventy indoor servants not counting dependents of a higher class such as private secretaries li brar inns and chaplains In Paris all artists mnst havd rest rd quietly in their graves for ten years before their handiwork in the thnpe of pictures can be hung on the walls of the Louvre gallery I In a ton of Dead sea water there ore 1ST pounds of salt Red sea 93 Mediterranean S5 Atlantic SI En glish channel 72 Black sen 26 Bal tic IS and Caspian sea 11 A Cleveland rheumatic who couKl i andirata like a deer when he was Iheld up by footpads and since then claimsr I that he is free of his malady ltangkok is a city of waters II is fin IndoChinese Venice More people live in floating horns on the Il nun the Nile of Siam and the many canals than in permanent buildings In Borneo and Labuan postage K stamps to the value of 100000 were told last year though the postage on the mails from those two coun tries docs not exceed 4000 a year It is the collectors who buy the stamps Naturalists say a lion always places Its head near the ground when roar ing The beasts probably do io on the principle that the earth being a conductor of sound the other lion notafail to hear him i China haw still the oldfashioned system of lettercarrying Letter chops are to be found in every town If he has a letter to send the China man goes to a letter shop std bargains with time keeper thereof He pays twothirdB of the cost leaving the receiver to pay the rest on delivery greatesttpests man has to deal with He is always hungry and lays waste everyplace he travels over Of the 53000 A HOO square miles covering the surface orks subject to scourge acct with the giant appetite It requires about four days to make an investigation of the Escurial the great Spanish palace there being such a multitude of rooms and apart 4melts To travell all the lyills chain E bers corridors lengths and depths of the great palace would require tatour amounting to over a hundred t J milesJ Englishspeaking people num r bet at the present time 110000000 while those speaking French totals oo0tOOa or exactly half the Eo3lish pcopleti the Paris exposition f lost the use of one eye owing to the i i icalcium flask used by a photographer t in taking the mans photograph be ink of too great volume t All the princes of the Caucasus t claim direct descent from King David J JifIHconliug to the Vienna Xeue Freie ttt a Pre se Laid some of them base their estidescent from Noah or the landing of LD ark on Ararat which la nearby h c MS ba 1r ATERRIBLE2RECK1laiir Road Between Petroleum iind Volcano Junction FIVE PERSONS DEAD AND ONE IINJURED lwo Knsrhies and Ten Loaded Cars Deinolisbctl 0vin to a Mistake of the Train Crew Ill the rive Ilca VtTf lliiu d Cadre use AVrcoU mill all limit ur till HlMlilTM Illln ncen Ueea red Parliersbuijr 11 1a Jan 91in j erj oiiH fiend HIune severely voiinilod two engines and ten loaded ears wmkid is tin result of tthe mistake of a t rn ill crew Monday made tHtwrcn ivtroleiim and Volcano Jiiiictiun on the Halt imorc S Ohio railroad An cnpiiiiti mistook the first section of n passing train for th setolid Thinking both hind pass ed he ptillod his tntin onto the main track and sped onward to what would sec in to have 1HtsariJ btu his denier Tilt tIad are J B VatKins enjrineer of train No 9S W Y Cnn uin riiain fireman on Xo t S M1 Courtney of larkiMsburf brakeman on Xo y J T IJuilcy of Porkers burg fireman i n Xo ST J G hailer of Kunivhi brakeman on Xo ST T rrllily Cruhltoil The I IIjllrt11k Davidson of i raft on engineer on Xo ST burned etit and Ilnised will recover Al tIll Cite men pinned under the wreck eie dead and onlyune1 of the iOfli has been found lie was 1 1 G IliIywhut ladywas rrtislnd so us to lieI IIIIIngliahlt and could be idtntilifd only by his watch On ne count of tIlt iiiutcrxMliiliiy of the place where the wrrrkoeturrad it was iinKis ii le tll liriiiy the bodv to InrJvcrshnrg Monday nijflit md it will he held nt Petroleum until rJllI trains get through Tuesday The accident occurred in a cut nnIu curve on ai heavyclown grade and at the liduf a bridge The third sec tion of Xo 7 was on the siding ut Peiroleiun with onlers to wait there until the second section of Xo US posed east Engineer Davidson who eticap d with slight injuries was the engineer on Xo s7 and went to sleep on the sidingi Atleiiiit to Avert Ijie Aeeiileiit When the lust section went hy he thought it was the second section and started out on thloain track His fireman and forward brakeman both cf whom were killed must also lame been asleep fur they allowed Ililli In tiilxf the Tiiiin mil Tin run diu Ii ofi the firs dIr he pas ed row Haidolli imllin r out and tried to wae hint to stop Lint failed fair Lonciiictor of tilt fourth ii7string the third section pull out ran forward niter it as faa as possible his engineer whistling down brnkeV and the conductor of the wrecked train ran over the tops of the ears until he reached the ear Next to the last one wrecked in his attempt to stop time engineer but none of them at tracted his attention in time The Ciiniliiutor lumped jumpinjKissen grs on the east and west bound accommodation were transferred at the wreck Monday but the fast trains were Kent around by Monnda vitle and the Ohio River railroa1- lirakeman JrJiniM whose day it was to ifo out on Xo OS owes his life to thiscall boys failure to find him Monday morning and Courtney was substituted and wcjit to his sleuth OF BOTH ARMIES lUll IntrniliitMil in I ho irnnrssre LCislatnrr to tfurud Ilan Ivea- nt JViisloii liitvH Nashville Teniu Inn 291 bill to amend Hit pension liners so as to pro vide for the cure of mill indigent and disabled Tennessee soldiers whether in the federal or confederate army was introduced in time senate ilon day The bill grants ii pension of sju iIMI month to liB confederate or federalI veterans over TO years old regardless of whether or not their disahilitii are front wounds or dis ease contracted while in the service Traiiaiittrf M Arrive ill Sun 1rn urJoo Washington Jan 9The quarter master general is informed thai the transports Wyefleld Westminster std IYderiea arrived at San Fran cisco loudlY from the Philippines and are being inspected with a view to their discharge from the govern ment sera ice BmiHror lakes Si eoii I Irlrtr Merlin Ian DEJIl1ol Wjllitua hits taken second prize in till der inan antler exhibition ills majesty exhibited 20 fourpronged specimens from the Koiontin hunt last Septem her Bruise AVorlilN Ilottllii r Itecord Chicago Jan DTJII Anson bowl ing team Monday night broke the worlds bowling record by averaging a fraction over 993 in a championship game Started lwr London Stockholm fan 20 The crown prince of Sweden and Norway has started for London to attend the 1u wcral ef itjnecri Victoria TO PREVENT THE FIGHT Injunction Pr M illiiijn nnxrdue tilt Allegation That the Context Js n 1iililif uiNiiiirr Columbus 0 Jan Z91tie state Df Ohio IK to enjoin tIll letlriesRuhJt tin prie tight Attorney GeneralL Sheets will tilt the niit iin the rinein tiniiiiIUIIII The injunction will bei iskid on the grounds that the cxhi bit ion Hchcilulcd i ia public nuisance std against the peace and dignity of ttthe date of Ohio The proposed ucj Uon is indorsed hJO Nash w Kxlnited States Solicitor taw renee Mnxwell and Attorney CJ II Vnld of Cincinnati representing the utitifight people held a two hours conference with iov Nnshtn1 At torney General Sheets Monday niornV ing Gum Xash gun this formal 111 runt to Attorney neutral Sheets in writing rue CuvcrnnpS AViir rant ItI has come to my knowledge that certain persons in Cineinnati 0tlCi to coiulnc an enterprise in that eltvi upon the 15th of February net prizefightgrace to the slate of Ohio ax well as violation I nWtlurizt a steps it nil commence such aetion IrtJ law iJur criminal as play foe JIIic essary to prevent this oucurrenaiv ill If I in so doing to use tIlt nanie of time state gtOhiagaiit Viliiain N Unhurt George Guekeil lwrj1r IIcoM hl Klcylnilte Itt rnlturii Hcltmaiui George 1K 1 1ieterle Flea A FlIt uu I la sun Rev M Kiseil luilr lid other wcmlMrK of the Saftt tfcriVst Athletic asMR hi i ion t1 in all and against the fighters theniHelvee their manners all promoters aid the lessors of the groind on which the prie rinr hall is locaUd Ilie Mayor Permit The iiiivors permit for the ion test has not yea been entered in the- omIIHrlUit record book Mayors Clerk Schmidt said sign day that he would rater it when ors derail by the maor The permit is not on this regular blanks but was dictated to his ktcnographer bj the mayor Attorney 11itte aidl A prize tight is a riiueant a irisaiicc while n spurring inarch is PIfllliltdi I under the law i Uiiy lIuSit IIsewsrre Frankfort Ky Jan 29 q The press dispatches uniouiiciii that Jov Nash had taken a hand in tile Jef fricsKiihlJn prize fight and that the fight in Cincinnati is now molt un lIwfltltlulatimbeing transferred to one of 4 fof ter der counties of this state 1 1 While ov Itetkham irpsrlItetZ t u tars iti idviince any efffft in that direction what action he froukl take in theI event an effort sholld he niiidc to transfer the llijrht tot Ken tiuky it is stated by those suflfrient Ily slow to the trove nior to make It semiauthoritative that in no event will it he allowed G A R ENCAMPMENT It IK IriMllcf Thai CiOUOO Vet eriuiN V1II Aricnd Ihr iiiiual Reunion at OIt clniu- lnecand 0 Jan 21 Member ot the tuilxonriiiittcc of the National Gl A IP coiincil i f administration who are in thv city predict that 150000 veterans will a I tend the annual en campment to 1IK held in this city next fall- Th loeilenrltitteeI expects 450 IMH visitors to come to the city dur ing the encampment The city win be asktd to raise a fund of bout 7i1ttg for the eitertuinnient of tins old soldiery fret accommodations will hate to In provided for 10000 delegates The Erie railroad which is not n member of the Central Iti8eiipcr hs fcocialion has annoiinred that it vflll grant a rate ufOUl cent a mile for tJu ca iimment Hr nllllterIlH1 Ii lrtanrr Terri ITnntc Ind Ian 29Dr TIo dermnnd who smeared himself with Pinallpox vim ul Appleton Vis was cityllomclayt to I now what to do with him The Appleton ollirials dont know wheth er Kodcrmnnd con be extradited for hrciKiiiK out of iiarantine or 1I0t ami they are in a quandary as to whether they should bring hits back from Indiana They are inclined to let the Indiana peopleI tahe care of him Wounded the HurKliir St Joseph Mo Ian 29F A Ol den a jirominent business man of this city in a pistol duel with a bur dar at his home IourllIiht fatally wounded the rubber and him sdi received a broken Iig The bur gin r turned out to be Curly 1ryorV well known as a crook to r Ari hniMlci liner V- Ventersburj I Koad 011 airr4rColony Satiirdaylan6ens 15 Wet and Peterson with 500 ISoersf crossed the railroad between heriv l j1 lauanrytwentytirei i killerj1 five Ifth Uoers ttemorial VrenlJi of Sivool I nurd Savannah Ga Ian 29SuhJect Iditl warded by express a handsome andi s1veGlaurelt ciisKitfi i 1 W+ y QUEENS FUNERAl I King Edward Orders That Satur t I1abof General Mourning i c ALL BUSINESS WILLi BE SUSPENDED Draperies Displayed by the Citizens of London Shall Be Purple by Order of Edward 1neral s lrUlaluli Will Ieiive h liornu lliiiiMt l ri lity at i P M I JJIIII Hrlllnh AfNNclM lo takeII furl in avitl JtHilnv London Jan 0 It was onicially I anttou need Monday evening that hiugII Edward had ordered Sa turdtry to be lIIournu lug All the hunks will be closed anti business susjwnded The 1IlngtI nments for the fuiMnlI have been orihI partially determined Almost every thing thus fat is provisionala and smV ject to the approval of the king who came to London Tuesday to look over i what JUlIO been proposed and to gift his decision Ly order of the kiAg the oltkers of wflrkx desire that ml draperies displayed by eitiens shinH be purple The procession from St i Georges chapel royal at Winilsor Jo Froginore has been aliandotied alid the codes will remain in the chapell until the day of interim lit which will probably lie Monday Mcmuriiil Servir Siiiiitny Kmperor William hats commanded Count tins Vadel outer of horse to bringsix if his majestys chargurs from IItirlin and the kaiser tfe crown prince and othrr ierinans fit ofKciiilI attMidanco at the funeralI 1ffU i T ride in the procession The gun cjfr riaqes to ticI usedI at owes antiI Windsor and in London uillb paint ed the color of khaki iud tilted wljlt rubber tires King lxlward his coif manded A 1oresticr the weliknoli artist of Ilak and 1l hue to drily the lyiuir in state for him The I lug and quern with the kaiser sill attend time meinorfitl service in St gorges chajiel 11illdII sor Sunday 1ulIrlil Procession Itoiilc Kvli iiiII il- in order to givei Londoners a full opportunity to witness the funeral1 procession it has been decided to QJC tend the route which is now fixed jil puss BIIIkin ham palace through James jmrk andI past St James Iji acr to ri 9ndilly then along Iicc thrOIlI1ItIi tctided and will cousiiiiu fully tvp- routs Fn similar reasons theI route aX Windsor has here extended to iin elude Ilisih street IPark treat a- Long 11 walk bt fort entering till castlii Itiijul IersojuiKCs oil Foot tines Jon 29 The funeral procession willi leave Osbornc house Fr day it i Ipin The route to the pal t will lie lineal pith troops and the royal iiersonagcs i ill follow thu cotlin on foot An idrdcr isttttid by Adm Siri hmiPtiwti 111 tlM 3jiva dieiltrt I 1 FOR EXPORT TRADE Irolmlily the Itsirxvut Oritcr lor Ton ISver InIIur Sliliiittt Tlirniicrli 21 Stale liircliaser Pittsburgh Ia Jnnt1robablyJ the largest order for coal ever taken for shipment Ithrough H single pur chaser hits just been tonsummateil by the Monongahehi Jtiver Consoli dated Coal and Coke Co selling to a XPW Orleans agent and sHcnlator 2041 coal boat averaging 25000 bush ells of coal each which is for export trade The total amount of 5OUOfHM iiushels was taken at a pries one cent a bushel higher than the aver age prevailing price olt lath year iin the New Orleans market Till coat iis all to be sent to that joint thence to I le reshipped on ocean vessels to foreign ports is rre InlmrcrM Killed Nt w York Jan29three halt laborers were killed by the collision of a passenger train with a gravelI train on the West Shore railroad at Veeha wken Monday The gray train on which were the laborers was being pulled on a siding to get it out of the way when the pisseng e engine struck it TIm1 engineer an fireman of tthe incoming passenger train jumped from the cab till t eapcd without injury Tin Fosters Leave Mexico Mexico fttyIan 9lInl1 111aYV Foster and wife left here Monday on their way to Southern California Many social attentions were paid them by resident Diaz and the gOr ernor of the state of Morales where the Fosters sojourned for sal lac weeksioer i j surd Dramatist Ociul I1isInii 21 Viscomtc Henri liornicr the poet and dramatist is dead He was born December 25 1S2J amid uas a member of t il French academy LnprlfuulnenlsBerlin lien IThl trial of Goer liar of Mueller and his son lhank rapt bankers has resulted in ie tepee for both of ten years impris- i i onnifiit in a penitentiary r 111 T 4 L CAUGHT BY THE GRIP Released by PerunaCongressman Howards RecoveryCongressman Geo H Whites Case i00 0 0 0 S 01fk 0 W ej lit 0 0 9 0 La Grippe is epidemic catarrh ft spares I co class or nationality The cuLareJ and the ignorant the aristocrat and the pauper The ma4 and the asee alike subject to lu grippe None ire exemptail- are liable Have jm hee grip Or rather has the grip got you Grip iis well named The- original French term la grippe has been shortened by the busy American to reid trip Without intending to dp to a new wpad hgtl been Cosnehtlsattdltially dsecrit thf cue AII if tome hideous giant T WIj awful Grip lead clutched in it fatal clasp 3Ici n omen children vhoe towns and ctie are caught in the buntmi grip of a terrltie iruttattItruiia for Grip IFr Dr C D lon11 President of Ep worth League also President of lop11em p rvnce Lfgion Itches from Chchal Wa h 1 have tued several remedies in eves of severe cold and hv Yrippe but none Ion sider 6i niore value than PeroWu lira Dr C D Pow4- lTiiePeruna Medicine Co Columbus iVcrUiTpctH of IM Irlppe- hiss Emma Jonrix President blues Rod Sewing vrrU writes frwri 10 Burling street Chicogo1as fulllFt v Thi springi I suffered srrcl ely from tJ aftLreffec ot la grippe A c he doctors did not help nil 1 bouFett a Louie of 1eruna Hiio Emma Jour a- Cottrreisurtii iloAXnritt Letter Fort Payne Ala The Perttna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen 1 have taken Peruna now for two weeks and find I am very much relieved f feel that my cure will be permanent I have also taken it for la grippe and 1 take pleasure in recommending Peruna as an excellent remedy to all fellow sufferers fll W toward Member of Congress- La Grippe Leave tin System til u lHploral li Comlltlim D L Wdace a charter member of time Interniition Barbers Inion writes from 15 Western Avenue llinntapolie Minn n n n MORTARS OUT OF DATE InXo nnllJar to llrtllerchips from Thcie our Aeciirale AIiu IUsaulclrla lntposxlble elIt is an open secret in both the navy and war departments that the average battleship would think nothing at all rofsailing right up against a whole bat miltery of mortars whereas it would hesi tate to encounter a single IJuich rifles The mortar battery tires its shell up in the air at a distance of several miles and it is not an extravagant statement to fay that there is not one chance in thousand of the shells striking a but tlejhip moving even at the lowest rate 10CpeeII It iis impossible to aims these mortars at a moving ship and even the range lingers are of slight assistancei Naval experts ctjmate that battleships are in core tinnier of being struck by lightning than a hostile how from all wlorlddleljht eat now in position l0ottheset 32icch nwtarMtscattcred along the importantmtl mtports on the Atlantic gulf and Pacific coasts Besides that the mortars taut as touch care as a rifled cannon To cap the climax of the absurdity it is to be noted that even during then lust year no lest than Cl of the 12inch mortars have been put int position To silos the contempt with whiclueiii tars men riew these refits of byjjone J r l l 1 11 IIItIIHI I 1ft J 4PJD 1 L 0 1 3i3 5 s FoIowing a severe attack of la gr L seemed to be affected badly all over One of my customers who teas griyhoped by Peruna atI vised mo to try it v ieI procured a bottle the same Jay Nov r r head is clear my nerves are steady Itr y foodud rest well Perufia has been w ria dollar a dose to meL D Wallaocr i Grip Can ici Deafnewi VL Mrs M A SharUrk chaplain G A tWainans Jlalici Corps ivritfsJxonLiij mort Way When laprij pf ivv the prevaiingiunss ir this Wri c v I was laid up the whose caste T j 11 lot my i ininl Lad a wiry bd i d cataiTti o litadanal throat I read of IVruri it ard hid rr h hearing restored and catarrh curcJ I not speak too well of PertmaMrs M A Shariok La firliipe Cured In Its Flrnl Stafre Lieutenant Clarice IInnt of the Salt Lake City Barrack of the Salvation Army writs from OJden1tah Two months ago I teas suffering with so sever tOld that I could hardly speak Onr captain advised me to try Peruna and procured a bottle for me and truly iit worked wonder Within two weeks I waj entirely wellCarice Hunt Consressniaii WlilteVi Letter Tarboro N C Gentlemen I am more than satisfied with Peruna and find it to be an excellent remedy for the grip and ca tarrh I have used it in my family and they all join me In recommending it as an excellent remedy Geo itWhite Member of Congress Remained In Feeble Health After Caret of La Grippe Mrs T W Collins Treasurer Indepen dent Order of Good Templars of Everett Wash writes Alter hhaving a severe attack of la gripper continued in a feeble condition even after the doctor called me cured My bloods erred poisoned Peruna cured meLT- 1V Collins Address The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus 0 for a free book on catarrh H j i e propiI i i bi I dtII SandyHooki i any of the mortars in position therei I InntJonlOne triedon the British sodiers in South Africa ji jellyibeer can be made anywhere and fer- mentedI It is said to make excellent beer and to work equally well in hot or cold climates the process being very ii authorititIii i itiA ClilntKe Wirtillntr When a marriage takes place in China the wedding party enter the tern I pie and light a quantity of fireworks including number of crackers ThU is supposed to wake the Great Joss j from hit sleep The priest repeats thei service at express speed the bride and t bridegroom take two Kttle glasses of wine and are then declared man and i wife6y1tI IlnUront E tension In Mrtleo tmItrringJ th period from August 1 i 1899 to July SI laCO the Mexican Cen j Itral railway expended for the con at nation of new lines and equipnieai i 3610000 i 4- r 1 L I a L 1 IIY7I c- y I TI1 jn 0 e BRITISHQUEEN DEAf i Victoria the Aged Sovereign Passedl Away as the Result of aeVParalytic Stroke t UNO EDWARD REIGNS IIN HER STEAD dAand the Casket Contaiiijiijr the Uemains Was Forcdroval Closed to Human Viewin Jrrom All Inrt of tIc World There Arr P4urjII Oltroe llon e thICIMftIIlimiii Will Ho TnUcit to ofL115IuI J Cowes Isle of Wight Tan 23 beAyVigns 1 1und her were gathered almost dtscnla itt of her line Well 4 view of her dying eyes there thIsortv It vas he xvho designed the room and every part of the castle In scarcely audible words the white hnired bishop of Winchester prayed b Ilmyellithchaplain at Windsor With bowedI beads the imperious ruler of the Ger man empire and the man who is now Ling of Kngland till woman who has I Iucntlof less than royal designation list ened prayerTherral days and was confined to her room Sunday she received a para lytic stroke nh kit confuted her to bed and Sunday night slit lay in a cicatosc condition most of till tune From all parts of the world there arc still IoII1iiltu Cowes nit sagt2 of condolence They come from crowned heads millionaires trades men and jpaupers and are variously addressed to the prince of Wales and the ling of England London Jan 4King Kdxvard rn CPived the privy council at 2 oclocU Vednosday The councillors who in elude the royal dukes and distiu g ishud nobles of the kingdom a wait ed the king in the throne room This king entered an adjoining room and then the duke of Devonshire lord president of the council went through the formality of acquaint irog the councillors that the queen was dead and that her son the prince of Wales succeeded her The royalI dukes with the lordof the council then repaired to the private apart incut of the lord president The king then entered the council chamber and made a brief speech i Immediately afterward the oath war administered to the king by the lordIII chancellor and then the members of the council took the oath of nUn glance to the nexx sovereign After this they passed in turn before the Ling kissed his hand and xvithdrcxv This concluded the ceremony to Cowes Isle of Wight Tan 2Soi- ihampered have been the arrange incnts at Osborne that the body of Queen Victoria still lies in the Ud room where she died The elaborate i decorations necessary In turning the dining room in Osbornc house into a II chappelle ardente occupied so much I to time that although the royal house hold waited hour after hour for the I first private service it xvas found 5m possible to hold this Thursday All being well hoxxcver the solemn func tion was performed Friday morning by the bishop of Winchester in theiJt presence of King Kdxvard Kmpcror William and almost every other mem ber of the royal fatally The cotlin vas brought to Osbornc cd Thursday evening and was tInthrough the qu ems private gate which had not been previously used ij since her death Kmperor llinmiI j i was the first person to set it fheJcoffined bodyvas transferred Fri day morning to thin dining room now Imo hung with deep purple The dais is wreathed with the royal standard and on each side are great ca miles j i Madonnas by famous painters hangll asStine corner Ij magnificent wreaths from all parts of I the world crush their blossoms one against the other Among these the iiminotlmVilhiaintoria Around the coflin chairs are tiarrangedciLondonofQueen liionI J t and be taken across theI 11utropolisthI I 10 Paddington Troops will line the I streets The coHin will be placed a gun carriage and draped with onII On arriving at Paddiugtou station Iij will be transferred to a train forIj I Windsor iinally reaehing St Ceorges jI magnifiIcentj j J It is understood that thet Cltof the bodyIf Queen Victoria j through London will be an imposing I j j I military pageant and that iueiiberSi of the houses of lords and commons will be invited to follow the proces iI ion At the same time there seems 16 be some apprehension lest aIIi f tinge of decision should omit t lieIj I L ondon portion of the programmerei Dublin Jan 23The cerelnomlyof i proclaiming the nexv king in Dublin was highly interestingiI Marl lHlolj j r3n the lord lieutenant tirst proIBj claimed Kdxvard VII at a full meet j bigIf the Irish privy council I ir Coxves Isle of Wight lan G1hc royal family Friday took their last loving look nt the features of the j v dead queen About 10 oclock in thp1I morning the shell WIIS brought into thC vntillghigduke1 of Connaught Sir Tames lloid and life royal ladies The latter hav ing retired Sir Jamrs Keid with rev- etlt hands assisted 1 by three trust edI household servants and in the Ipresence of the king the emperor und1 the lithe removed the body from the bed to the coffin In death it was lovelier than in the closing lays of life mt trace of the ravages of iKlZUIU was visible The servants having retired Queen lllxI nhI the princess and the chil eim were recalled and with linger g stepst and stilted sobs they passed slowly before the whiterobed and peaceful figure At the foot never moving stood the king andvhen e mourning crowd had passed there remained only1 the son and grandson the dead Kmpcror William wept even more bitterly titan time royal Indies Finally he also retired and the king was lelt alone Sir James Jleid ckoning to the servants who vercn holding the cofiiii lidahedi time kings instructions For a few second time king stood speechless stricken with emotion ntII e hist farewell Then he said quickly Clone it finally It must not be opened again Thus the remains of Englands I greatest ruler were forever closed from human iew Icverently the collin was borne into timeI diningI J room Officers and men from the o royal yachts took their stand round the collin over which the king i queen1 atid kaiser gently laid the- bes I ro of a knight of the garter pineuI lug at the head a diamond crown I KINO IDVVKD vir Known for Many Years us the Prince cf Val vi- Ieneath lay the royal ensign while hantrtng above was the union saL At the altar was the rector of hipfpinghnm who mendIL portion of th 1 funural licc in time pic unuu of the1I I royal familyYI Kmperor Willinm covered his face with his hands and the grief of Iriucessi Ben trice was pitifuli After the benediction each placed a wreath HIl the coffin and then all retiredn Ottawa Out Jan IAt a cabinet meeting on Wednesday the governorI general and the ministers took time oath of allegiance Chief justice of the supreme court administered the oath tthe governor general who in turn administered it to his ministers 1hmei imal proclamations announcing IM ward VII king and confirming the appointmentt of thoJtI in office were issued The tiny of the queens fu neral willI he named as one of general mourning in Canada The entrance the parliament buildings will be blackI 2Sumulay through allI I places of worshipi held services Iin memory of Queen Victoriai At SI I Iauls eaMiedmlI then was an unusual scene llefore oclock Iin the morning an enormous I crowd wholly attired in streamed in all directions to hlnckJJ edificei and by 10 oclock iit vas I Thousands iinnblu to obtain ad j mission stood vainly waiting on the steps and around listening to 1 the low IjI t organ strains toni mutlled peal The i IviIe began at half past 10 Most cv Frederick Temple primateI and archbishop of Canterbury preached a t touching sermon was a similari scene att West minster Abbey where all the services throughout the dayvere attended h Oi1lltiS by congregations The large c in time chapel royal at tlJames jpalace included Princess Ired crick of Hanover Princess Francis of Tlcka host of titled people many j i I emnlnrs of the cabinet mill IIgUislllci persons othcrII All the loman Catholic rnd I gm churches in Kngland held spe a I memorialI services TIll members the French embassy attended Ithe eiiehi church and very elaborate services were held it tIll chapel of e Itussian embassy by command of Emperor Nicholaa iI Everywhere particular attentionI was paid to the musical portion of the service At Lincolns inn chapel Prahms Kenuicm was performed The venerable WilliamI McDonaldl I Sinclair archdeacon of London andI canon of St Pauls cathedralI preaeh a commemorative discourse at Can terbury cathedral f SpecialI sermons were preached in i Georges chapel1 at Windsor 1Fv crywhere cathedrals and churches xvtiv draped and hung with mourning emblems Telegrams from till colo es and from all the principalI citiesI abroad where British subjects ivside pmt memorialI services Sir AlfredI Milner attended time service at thei cathedral in Cape Town Lord Loberts and William St John sccretarybf state for war were present at the morning prayers Whippingham church at tl oclock Sunday An hour later King Edward Queen Alexandra and all the royal personages not at Osborne arrived I i matiee This was a simple function tile h hymns being sung by nu unMirplictxl choir of school children Sir Walter Parrot t private organist to the late queen and organist to St eorgCO chapel royalI Windsor played several funeral excerptsLThe bishop of Winchester who was the preacher fot the occasion deliv 1 1III elegant panegyric upon Vic toria and declared that Emperor Wil I liams action I in coming to her death bed had touched the hearts of the British people and cemented the unity and friendship of the two Kindred nations A t the conclusion of the service all stood during a performance of the Uead March GREAT QUEENS LIFE Sli Vn Rorn lit 1ulrIItloJllet the I liroiii if Knuliiml Her Muriln to Irlnce AllnklI The year 1S17 wa a memorable one tn th history or 1tglanI Seldom luul thet prosperity of a Country whiih hail knownI o serious hitch or obstacle fur a cen tury lrii m iv jlolllyI inimical never wi re the 1stiiiifs if a constitutional monarchy that hud rrtod I ho tunns of Wi years LiivvlotMti in a more forbidding g uum The d sth of the PrinopuB Charlotte opened up the prUIJet of jtucosMon to iie throne to tho youngest son of George 111allll had tnirj olin with a leslre to marry As yet the only von who natt tak n vivrs wte time duke of York who hud children antI i ho luke of Cumber land whose tirat liviiK vliild was not torn till liaTIlt nrrd brothrr was K lwnr I duke of notIon terms of ordinary iriimlshi with any f his hrothols Suddenly hu Uet rmlnca marry Victoria daughter of Puke Franz of isha1II JMV trii liily livcame I holnt tlio I tim ure mother of the tuturu UCt1 01 KiiKkindI Vlit u 1110 luki was Informed by Ills roiiMtrt that li had the pros cct of an heir U Yo ii his vvi fh that the childI should b liorn on Knsli h soil Tho journey vai uiloI1 with difficulty for his gra vt inueh pm ssit for icady Ih In tin iiring of ISlJ howvpr tho journey wj nia i Tht duke in 1 duch wero installed at Kinsingtoi palacr ltimember and protege of t he royal fainIilv a1tinl May l Isls a pretty little prtn i pritnp as a partridge was born Th duke was lcli4lu d with the hild IIII would dandle and carvss her ITU tiien Lm l her to the arms of admirITI sei tMtirs with till caution rakA ciiv of her for she will Iw mieeu ofIKvrjliind Ills grace d3 not live to en J longIt memo 111 of the family would die in the iiurst of 1s0 The duk lMlievid the pluKy implicitly but he applied it to tr brothers In the winter of ISU he hadI S ie to tho sheltered watering plao of Siiniouih in I von liire to cheat na tip Haiti the winter One day he hap 1llcd when taking a walk to get wet tinl to eatih cold Acute Inflammationt thtt unci supervened and carried him11f- tTI poor widow found tuert owlnI the luk s ionsid rab dtbt in R very Jim zuItortatie FMoIt Ion at the time ol his lnh Jitr brother Iopii tnilt ll hr to return to Ktisiiigtsi wlierehts ha forih d voted herself to th I t letnrlnSIXI 1 oChlItniiit lv fultiltitl by the d ath of hilt il tnr CJeorjje HII I on Monduv theI lru i tie new s ri cn the prince regent wan pioclaimcd lioore IV The health of tho new klnc was jrecarioug his age was ad t1l1ceel he had no legal heir The duke of marriedhdClnnllCftIho1 Hohrdof them had diod in infancy but fur ther Issue though not probable was sail 1 i nextinKensington palace Every yoar as It passed by made It mol apparent that IfI only tho life of the royal babe were s nuonarchhtimatciu n matter 01 fact the prophetic boat of tinvwke of Kent wia fulfilled earlier thanmiirth have been anticipated The re Kent reigned for jut ten years after liltII hedulc1 i Wiitnwhohdof Ms 101 her in JOoIf gave a dinnerparty at Wimlsor on hi birthday kinsdetestedtntnitttitt S of Kent lio line not been sparlrK in her mctCrom1hltduchincntti for her own UHC III Kon ington 1 IlIot1lnnotIlluj When replying to n speech In which hi i t lhealh had been proiwsed the king ImrtII j duellleJlI I May hitvo the satisfaction of leaving the royal authority on my death to thePTjonuI exercise of that young lady helresl1lrtllImlj tho hiuulri of a person now near me wh t whojI wnuldhesayiIrji that I hnvo been Instiltod grossiy i i and IIIIIConII l IIOlonrI ful to mutt I j thei hOlIhcmconybyI Inisti j upon nIl occasions appear at my 11nII as it Is her duty to uo j theIdnst intoneaI affectionjI ii utterances produced was alarming The prinCtss tfKtntartCl1lLvlncnrllaJlThen5 majesty wished to live to witness In his GdCor yPrJitcicess Victoria was ot age ills prayer jtsItyears old permittedI irhitrUDluInMtanwi e till future husband of theprlncefs and her cousin was growing upi oCIIllnail in the August of the same year as olndllllIell I CUnlleltinthe accoucheuse who attended the duch birth tilingprincel tctndci the ducliess of Kent at I the birth of thfr princess How pretty Ithe littlu Mayilower writes the grandmother both of Albert andI Victoria the dowagert orKellitime Siebold can not sutllclrmly de scribe what a dear little love it is The Mayilower above spoken ofwas of course the Princess Victoria Irom a- very early period the dowager duchess permitted herself to entertain tIme hope that her I wo grandchildren would there alter become man and wife On Kebruary C3 1S3I when not quite Ii drawin1 amusing Mr Grevllle made n seen with Lord Durham Sue got up In a cor ncr of the room and said Lord Dur ham I hear that you have said things about mo which are not true and I deI sire that you call upon me tomorrow with a witness to hear my positive ue ninl and I hope that you will not re peat such things about mu She was Ina fury and he In still srualrr UM uttered that licI her houldl never sn coInIl house aialn which IIhtlld eutIIjJUIIIII1attr tieI1er1mig hel1C of hrjlfl lI1lll1t11y back agaiti to hr ItnTwouldmnautIel1 Laitlyut to9lldltVi sidrit r 1 IIIh and pttt Jong11ndti me Prtt or tuie aii4 of tkt teIJI1CI j ttngiltsliI For Uutlollal comp111ary or herh atnuvorA1i On June hinth eventadII1 linG WIIi desperateI alhl OImfJtIiie II O on the morning hlrOOIntllat p iOiPalttiltp tIitiiibishiiipmI 1Anli Milrtlli jd to IhrflInctl the witt PassdtiCy mmtlungI Iii0fLimoouneii tl2Jil fl StotandWere uworntIotwo tlUmstI9nndknl1t bor0 tacit lIIuIo4 alllameandlJIII8I11t hrntJ rItdjJItor- tJmOilcn which theit smuerJv ltr enROIW She ltiedf ruserornd 9imttcCrumhoiInd I seamoti rnttter Ivwilderod at the multiIttiU ot amen whWtrl sworn anil wit canfe one after another to kiss her I Ill hUt I bodyMlI onceJn her mnannr or itiitt any In tarooutylU8Cft 10 any Indu iduul ot lillyuIi m ttrtiuulariya4Il i teht ton jgd iVel approaehed ber SheViligtitwnt InIItOkINEI j illlnwtinIbi I j xrhttt hHtl any doubt to doxvhlcn nattily ever occurred ami with ilj plrmnPtt and llfnn lltit at tm mini time with a xtaierui iu 1II e and huenali I i I dallteri I a Vlmtdiirhe I t t she had IMc up tar mind as to hr mar i ltag On the 15lh she titusit itHsrtI q Jo tel so guilty I know not how to heel mjr letter but I think Hie new uij will ttntatBII 1118Ij rt onij eully i ttlsttwI o rtotn IM will make me very liappy iwish I CBttld say I tittI itt ofI tnaldnt Win happy but IIuiuahl dn myI bmL l iwle Ieojt1l inuit lollI ysu nil ii about Um detail which I buc nut Lulls to da i The COIdlll and public announcement of the J ir nhal Va not mudt titbtr In I I Cerinddy tr England till tbu close I I fryearj Irhe prUoe arrhved In Knclan for his znarrtas in 1Vbrtary 6 ism The mar riaffa tok place on February in In 1 hIhajusi orst James palace The morn l ag xvrttfs llMXKlore Martin In his lifeof the Irfeca Oon ort bad bsn Wtt t s fuol 1 shine whifp came aCt rYr1 to be prov kuSoonj j partyIromsun elMwanwit with unusual brilliatcy and fJiO tbitasunds who lined tits roastl from BucknKham palace to Windsor ta J tlo to Kto iijie soverelsii aol her hi baud as pistheyI i hose wpoymtl crowded the aveutu lot St Jn nfMlae in the mornlnt I liedlIts of rtlljwnj rijj to virlims th hilat proCon uo tti way ti stud Itoiu the cluihearty efforts of the qiMgttld Identity herself with ter suWse Vacl to protnoto their welfare throe attempts have been made upon her Mfe AJI tlhnQ post boy lid ward Oxford ftr1 a pistol at tier majesty a jute was striving on Constitutional hill lfntncililIt same spot The pistol ball passed under the carrIage About two months after tills n hunchback named Iteati similarly csnayed tha asaslns role hut xva px vcntiMl from accomplishiiiK this object by boy HaBsttt who happened ty bo hinearCRAZY SNAKE CAPTUREDI lie IM Held nt Ileurirltn L T Tinier M Sit iitr Ciiiinl iiiiisl icrtI inter t itlit li iiiIMHenrietta 1 T Tan 2S Deputy ifnrshal Grant Johnson nnd Kitnnie Melntosh of lKufauja to nieii uotwlI Itfor their braverytutu daring in hmo ardous expeditions against suit law Ktnindt a dash upon the pncaiiipment of Snake Indians near Iltfaula Sundni alit captured Chit to Illarju my Snake After an exciting escape rotitIthe hostile Creek camp they managed 11111Iji captive under a utrong guard ofsoii hers antler eonunand of Lieut Dixon The rapture of the centralI I figure of the uprising and tIll sImon of force xvhich the troops will make will likely pnl aim end to the threatened out break Lieut Dixon timid his troops will move out of t bit place upon the I IIJeainpnient of Snakes neari En faimila It is not likely unit a forced uitart litwill he made and it willI lie Tuesday before the Snales at inuilnltIfi rcnohcd Deprived of thci leader it is not thought probable that they xvill make any resistance hilt willI IlayI doxvn their arms and yield Ito L lit inj evitable EMPEROR HONORED William llcceivfi HI Snflron III Appoint iiitMit n M llrltl b- lield Mum rslma Coves Isle of Wight Tan SSun day morning Emperor William re ceived from the hands of the duke of tonnatight lhis swortl on his appoint mcnt ts1 field marshal of Ithe British army iin Hn presence of time house bolus of King Kduard andI the dead queen is uelll I as a ntuubcr of Hritish and Jertnan naval nllleers His mOlIIi esty expressed great delight at Ithe tgIiI I I I lid ward ttitl the members of the royalI family at tea on the imperial yaehlI llohenollern Sunday he celebrated his birthday at Osborne and received congratulaI l I tions frotH members of the HermanI embassy ill London 3IlriKe of die Silent City Victoria IV C Tan 28n expe dition composed of California scientist will start from here next June to investigate time mirage known as Silent City seen every summer on the Mount Fairweather glacier Alas ka Arrniigeinents were made Sunday for observation of weather conditic i lucre nt the time the investigation is I mad I d to C r C 1 Cf IINTERESTING STATE NEWS ig rt t i 1t i O HIS WOUNDS FATAL II slol UticI KiHiulil llv Deputy SherllT Stockdiilc mill Kjiriiter Hiirtoo LAIi Sterling Ivy Inn 2Dppnt Sinriff JamcK St oehdalt ami Williami J I 11ItonI a farmer engaged in a pis duel in lihbons S Uithrows sat iiiiIt wag tiliot in tIll head ami1 rtitigit the body mill his wounds tm ilttaken to Lexington to have an op eration performed Morton escapedj xvithi a tictilp wound and a bull ragIi the arm lie iis not serious iy hurt lie is in jail jointing the re t of Stoeiidales wound T1I hooting WIll the result of a quarrel1 1tI Ci the approaching democratic prijj nli 11ttuI 4 active democrats and have a- rte I In following iI MlI Sterling Ky 1 Ian 2 James Slockdale who t as shot by lliunij i I i I Jntt1 r frulipuni IIwk at Lexington where Ilie vi i ItIiI for treatment His lndy x 1lv brought here at iion and v ill I iilllli11 Monday afternoon at oYliwk the different lodges uf Siiciij was a member mi rl ieipat MIL i son odd fellim a 111I uiiiTrtl v irii menThe feeling against Mortonl lias ijiiij esl down and no furilir tronoie is anticipatedI IMPORTANT DECISION Court of Appciil Deelilo Tliat Tlirenl tin Nut Constitute e- iJefeiie Kor Iil1limir clIlIrtI i I I rrankfdit Ky Jan V Tilt i of appeals in this laSt of Kiuleri i ouim I 11 sun d eided that to ju lifyi a killings I I in selftit teii the dan ger to the layer must be present thenh and there audjut a dp Hirer or j a threat tha is to taliti in the itiur Uiidtrt as told by tiie utah I he ltI that Ilit was srointr tftI n gun to kill Ikiidert On this showing of fsicis tIts lovir court gave nn just rm tiiii ntf NflfiUfcnstI under which itIII frci and tall not b tried llaill an appeal was taken to hut tini highr court to certifyi the law iiimltr wh eirciiiHstanefs which iiloic as nbove f SPECIAL JUDGES Tbey Mns Try liar CluMP Vitliiu H llny Afler Their l1e15 lieu hnyt Court tif Apjienls Frankfort Ky Jan 2In lwp ease of C Crane Co vs W M rnok trout Kenton county vlmi cit xrns heanl and decided by Attorney I IL Klliston acting at special judge tIlll court ofi1IeaIs Thursday that where a special judge in lwldII tto try a lOse he must do so within I days after hits election or eke itt reelected unless both parties I o the Knit consent that he may serve ami reversed time judgment for a nexv ttrinl This ruling applies to courts jhaving continuous sessions like Ken oll Campbull Fayette and JeJlerson I J4Iuo II ssgrd n Pole Lexington Ky Jan 2s1i6Si I Irene Hibler a prominent young xvo mnii of this city created a sensation in frone of the Phoenix lintel She hugged a Itelephone poll declaring thnt it xvas a prominent biisinesH man SeveralI hundred people galI ii ered TIll xvoman xvas tjiJjen in charge by thin police and transferred tto till asylum for safe keeping Tin Men CfiiifvMH ril Munfordville KyM lau in tlC tie Frank Kay arrested David Hud JLoyd Taylor and Clarence Sidebottom ehargcd with bunting and robbing iit store of Thomas J1 Self on Janu ary Hi The men confessed to setting flire to and looting time place froD11 ofvhiehistuff Died or Iiis Wonud- Taylorsville Ky Jan 2T Presley Walker jr died at his home near Waterford from the effects of a wound received in a fight with Tom Hunter on January 5 In1 the mixupI Hunter struck Walker on the head with a stone fracturing his skull Shut AVIille IleiidliiK the Uible- Williamsburg Jy Jan 2S Jnuiea Waldo l who lived on Pine Mountain south of here was shot from ambush xvhile reading a Hible before a tire it his home lit xvas instantly killed vhile the assassin made his escape Illf Third Trip Columbia Ky Jan jcason Knight xxas given two years in time pnitenitiary Friday for house breaking This will make his third term in the penitentiary AVIII Produce ItecorilN Louisville Ky Jan 5rcs1ie Combs has written to Mr Duty see retary of the republican committee ilirccting him to turn over the rec ords of the campaign to the state entral committee Combs anti Dutyt iad been holding the records back Itollii Yliltu Trial Wmiam burg Ky Tan 25 The xaminiug trial of Uolla White in jicted for wilful murder in killing Wcdnegs otI WORK OF BURGLARS IhruI1 a Sii ami SlIrteotlIIn Very Uest mel I ve Ilre lu IraiiUIIii Ivy VJoranldin Ky Jan 24dlStIUCt 4 ive live occurred here Thursday morn ing on the east siduf till pulllitI square continenein in tilt twostcry building occupied 13 1 1P Mctiloth jIm and sptvtid to the adjoining build intfs occupied by Kinjf Lewis tii Itsr4 in thugs and Mclain A Sreer jrroeery men The above building Wffv destroyed anti the adjoining bnildin JI greatly daittaged by ainoke a mid water TIll principal losses are- sa follows 1 II Smith building 4 ttitlJ insured for Lr 10 lohn Hot tomly bnildiiif 3500 insured for t 5 2wOO Mrs Vilkerson building 9 Oixu insured for 1100 King tfc Lewis MI uck of drujrs ttsO insured furl UNII ilcCJlothlin stock S2500 inIMitstil for lIO Me Lain dreer f- i totk ltiu insured tor StTOO Dr tL IdtiglaK ofliie 1000 itiaured flm oti Ur r44PTle51 SlUtii no insurant Valtir DillonI law olliee soxi nu instimne Maiion Webb Ijliotii riph jTallerv t 1000 insured inr iiMii and ofiUe of dUDS JpreiM c j Jill 1jclojl1l1lItH Thnrsfny shottil iiicltisielyl tmt the large safe in thf Mcdlot Irlii clothing house litul Ic en btirjrliritd just before tthe lire ind all cash inoks and notes taken- retihinyi i ii ri ulditiunnl lolUii to him itf 6 IHJ HANDBALL IS DEAD He WiiM Shippedi to I iifcliitnl in IIv tlmt slat Ir Ssree rerius t- I lcd IlItUUlttJ Lexington Jnm 2Th 11nthfIII the grim tid young horse llnndlcitl r ih Ingand watt alillollnl1 loeuMy I ihroturh a lletter received L by Col iil i U Young the proprietor of MI i I ratliiana stud Col toting soul vhu good young aon of IHanover to thietfCobhuut Mind of Surrey county Ing lunti taking in exchnngfe Sorcerer a sou of Ormoudtv and Crueibh by KoMcrucian The exehange was made several weeks ago and it was announced that Handball hind arrived j safely in England JiflIitcII 1 how eer shortly after his arrivalI nn nt P tuck of pneumonia contracted on tutu 4 W t over being qlc iiuiiiediat i mise of lillt diatlK 7IandbaHs hoot hf xvns rapidly filling at iil guineas an hit loss was L severe one to his Kng nUh owners FRANCHISE SOLD Col I P AVhlteMidc lloilKbt Oliti tilO Loiilovilte Chh in the Ainerl van IttiIttlL ieljiHon 4 Louisville Ky lan 20rCol I F Whiteside of this city Friday after noon bought from John1 JJ Saunderi the franMiise of time Louisville elub In time American association of pro fessional baseball clubs Col White side u is going to IIndianapolis Sunday with Harry Lulliam 10 see W Jf Watkins and John T 1rush Ale Closkey who it was thought for a while would manage time American jr association team here will nianagv the Tacoma Wash XortliAvesteru league team this season 4 KeiitneUy Derby Starter Louisville Ky Jan 2S There are now five Derby candidates quartered at Churchill Downs unidof thc o three are regarded as almost stint starters unless something goes wrong betve now and AprilI 20 These tire Charles IHead Smiths Gill ry IHerrmann HisI Eminence amid Amur Jeorge Longs colt by Bob Miles The others are Longs Dr Irestoti and 11 J1 Scoggans Senex Jloria liotli of these are lookingSwell and may be started lvs Men MTcre KHIeil- MiddlesborcK Ky Tan 25mu Cum berland mountains la llarhin COlIn ty John Elkins killed James Sturgill shooting him twice Sturgill utah killed John Cole who was a friend of Klkins The latter xvent to arrest Sturgill who resisted Klkins was arrested ami incarcerated in Ilarluu county jail without boud fioclicl 3Ioiiumnit Kami Frankfort Ky Jan 25 Thai Womens Uoebet Monument Fund as sociation reported the net amount on hand as SlKlU Several counties have not reported anti when they do tha total amount will be slightly over 5000 This added to the amount collected by the men makes the total monument fund 11000 Shot the lonelier Williamsburg Ky lan 24George- Mays a 14yearold colored boywui given three years in prison for shoot ing Meredith lye a schoolteacher at Kockhold limit teacher whipped him Hnrri k Bought Colt exington Ky Jan 2SflIDy liar rink of New York purchased from William Fiehl tIme two earo1cl chestnut colt by imp Wagner out of Wis teria by Harry OFallon The cvl j xx iII be shipped east and put in tniiaI mIr ills Head CrtiMher- iLivingzitoneI Ky Jan 2a Henry Idol xvau found on the roadside nrar here The tOl of his head was crushed und he is dying Whether i it was an assault or an accident ko not been determined 4