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Thi LI- Ot rw4 41wek utlrrwrritw fF7 t J 11jf i i h rrcfli f f frRE ICIM l i OI t V RIERw 4k sctFSrErCrPrGCrrG4s w 1 r iF OLDEST ir YTS3dPIT4 I r pUps= == = Q ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTYKY FEBRUARY 15 19O1 VOL XXXV JA I I I s All Testify That the New Lint of rp an t DRYI flOo4DSno- w 5 open in our store are the finest ds that has ever before graced our cityI7 I Our Dress Goods and Silks are thef Handsomest and most complete line 1 shown in this section T1 ever I 4 tVeare showing the nobbiest lino of 8 1 chudah Blousings and Waist GOQ lb on Ir the market These ifabare imported I rics and cannot be duplicated 4 Our line of Laces Edgings and EnIbroideries are especially strong i Our Wash Goods department g nsist I IJS1 I IJI I I I A nice strong line of Iladies misses I and childrens Hosiery- Hncllereliiefs II I ij 3r ss 1d9ii J3tg I ed and Brown Muslins ALL NEW White Goods and Linens are the nicest I ever brought t6 HicllnanII I i We are showing new and up I date things in all linesfAll new fresh and UPTODATE vithII prices THAT CANT BE BEATgi Our Dress Bindings comprise all col ors and qualities Something new in I water proof bindings I A large line of shirt waists both silk i and wash goods 1 I tjt EXPECT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL I LINE OE MILLINERY EVERI 1 SHOWN IN HICKM- ANHousekeepers i I i IIIItoI i Call up number I 7 for a freshline of GROCERIES I I Ij SXAW9- r I I i i I Ii i I t j r AAnr LT local Maniion i Miss Adn Ca bfir of Union City is visiting Miss Leila Shaw II TStlntfrnraioiial Stockl Food i sold 1 undTra Positive G aaramee No Risuits Xo Padi iisaijl thit the whiter of I173 laS rxi i jiko ust to this of 1UJ1 and Very ji litI1 w l ry v 1r n hthliI I i SyiiitvTniUjual tfMck Fond iis a suv ginrd I ICIMS IIJ ChlL TI i Tin iavMtoi1 of hsi niai cigar H- dtaJ our the evil tiat In did Ktiu lia ttfttr him v A youth man iu South Dakota has ttunrit wunui Fiats allSI Sliver ami IIIte Wymifloltes Llj rZiASThe I Iwanty ind narkrt Breed tor utility ICix tclW pr I15 7 Dt per 311 lilts J W IOHNHTOX Mayticjd Ky IIjI alOjdtllJbuI growler are stilt doing biwmcv I A phonograph is a machine tthat talks back and moan a nmrried wan firmly I believes ho got ifi for a wedding j Nnta lireII This raid tthe man whn pprsiateut I j takes a vlnerful view of thinK would be u lltit Itt iful d iy U11t1I uauptd and I lion tontiuuvdI in an Sputa I 11iI I thw t i ii Ir any bKly has tohiO gallon of 1 saner krant they shmld notify the com missary at Y u1 hinstnn bocansa imclc Sara needs it for his M ldieis in the Phil u ipine+ it beiug recently lidded to their e raticltlshere I iis a rrfH d l0 unfairness inti this world Au l11ia court lh citwiI that a antiu ctnuot hive 9 lvor holI I I zollis wife kifps IIk ttcqiriititunccs out n Wjfci wiin ewrt hr Ht that a vi r maw oin jet a flivrirr IHHJM her lit baud smokes ltrttlJo I I I 4the ov uirs of de III iiitan i laatnII Sgye K ujt lire fKill the two papers trillInudutli and publishiti 1 1at HicUiJiiiM iu the intermit I r oltJted people The Eicrlttts 1 aeda I4r4llJfar and the aim iin to give the JM I I trons of UfIta i ettkr Sat iu pr vel Pa I IMf 1111 i Fourth Sunday ii tiiis month IThe h on Tae 1r ilflf InteinperI j atcea KtjiUr Grove churn ThI11 committe appointed to revise the i church b trrkIlvo re in st the IlHtuberII to be presit on Saturday fore at 3 oVuxk as thin1 is important j I s to h utendrHl to lad Hugh I railed to till announced appoinlmont i because of sukms I L D BROWS lator I fi2STJe looked for line of DrII j awl Jyidje Furnichinpi iis be- inning to arrive at iatiAWs Mobiles Carnival Committoe an nouncf t ha thr T TI riliriilrpc fi r the aj proachintr Mar i r FVstiva1 have been eomi vl sal t that tv dys of ianardfmll a rr raniecd Ratne- f s d tons brJ iis being bruin hi to the city and wii era couiuuois consorts SrCruiser as well arc nmuberless other craft will be in port to aid in the cote i brations Everybody is invited como along and have twoof the most exciting and furiously funny days in yonr lifo Remnants of Wall Paper enough for jI n room from 50 cents to 100 Come i quick to get pretty patterns i WILSONS i Boor STOREIj We I dour know much about tho cf j i feel of mnteria medico upon tho hn man system but Burrell Faulkner says if you will till and take the following I j prescription it will knock the la grpl I higher than Gilderoys kiteIouquarts of whiskey into which dissolve four ounces of loaf sugar t To this milll j a teaspoonful of water and nuothc- quart i jj of whiskey and then place over a i hot ire and let remain sufficiently long I boil out all the water Then stir ii- j l 1JJ I i little more whisky to cool and gulp iit down without batting an eye In order to remove the taste from tho moutht take a little more whisky TILE claim ot other cough remedies toi I be as good as Chamberlains are effectually I set at rest in the following testi I jj monial of Mr C D Glass an employe i Dennis Co Gardiner Meof Bartlett A He says I had Ikept adding to a coldI and cough durum the winter of 1S97- j taking every cough medicine I heard ofI without permanent help until one day I 1 was in the drug store of Mr Houle 1han and he advised me to try Chamber Iains Cough Remedy and offered to pay buck my money if I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but I was completely cured by this remedy and have since al wavs turned to it when 1 got a cold andI 1 also recommend i- to tsoon find relief I my friends and am glad to say it i I the best of all cough medicines Fo sale by Cowgill Cowgill Jlickman- I and A M Shaw State Lino 1 aa 3 1SnBriffs Tax Sale 10 Xt1 otter for sale at the Conrt lloujj in Hickman Kon MARCH Ilbi tnAing at 2 p Ill the following natticIIProperty Or so much thereof as is nectary to pay all past duo taxes State Wunly and School peunlty and castiujblndGd towit J ndersou 1 town lot W II I 82 cmfllJfcp total SO 32 JUlw 275 acres of laud and 72 COopJQt State uud county tax 11 80 5 D3IflWtt4w total 835 G5 MiriTOllp BInnton 1 town lot W II Stato aud county tax roc college tax 70 peualtjgU pr ct 7c coit 1 50 total 300 if 7unitSelvJnvlin 180J 1 lot4Stato anal t3 pr ct 4 msjimo for 1900 G taxQQA Fehlherton 1 town lot in 2StattttlrdCOnlrty totaTfwOa 02 landStatoI1R A arccr 2j ares of landState lint cority tux at ns penalty o pr et 23 71Iland value 5100 f tax 2 G5 penalty pre1 cost l IiO total 33 30 I G ooTJi dS town lot W H value colI tal srijlg11 itHUI pentt G pi aac cost 160 total 72- LoaisSeag6r I 1 town lot W Il50 State aiWlCounty tax 1 312 College 1 tax l Yeualty G pr et We cost j IO 4ifIlt 23 i Mrs liniry Kuoerr heirs 5 town lots E JIryjtTSi 000r State and county tax SO colt tax 7 00 penalty G pr- t i i9c c y 1 50j total 15 5t J H E ford 00 acres of land val JSirt SttrttfSnd county tax 4 32 school i 2 25pnalty G pr ctPJc= cost 1 JiO tIt j 50 tKj hhticouut tax SSc cot IJIl tdt 1Jilt11t le cost 1 50 tt I 25 Y Mj J SO acres of lane aluo1 la U0i Syet and county tax U 6i sal ti n3 s penalty G pr ct 4ik- c I T = btoGfl9 23 lrtJ ttt11c1lurtrec GS acre ofI laud Heie W Stttc and cou + tty tax I a as X1 25 peualtyU ct c coYttil 11 totalI G 34- Ct Wlfrton IN wIfe GS acreaif 1Jd1 ff frlouu conntr taXtII pa 1 ai t lIYCltu 5 LIU 1 turd7r1i- I JII j rry 1I tiv i bI vicn 51 1 I J State and county tax 1 07 college tax 07 penalty Ge cost 1 5U total So 7t11 Mrs J T Postlewail 14 town lots val ne fHO 00 State and county tax hbc college tux 2Sc penalty tl pr ct lie cost I 50 total 21 4iII Mrs Mary P value 5300 OD State and county tax 2 00 school tax 2 70 penalty fi pr ct 2Sc cost I150 total 6 481- j Len Robertson 150 acres of lund vat nel at Situ0 00 State and county tax 2 Uu penult 13c cost 1 50 total CS GilJ atIt tnIIj1 atI300 00 State and county tax 3 00 pen ally li pr ct 18c cost 150 toUd4t OS- Safety Building and Loan Associationti 1 tat arcs land State and county tax 1 31 penalty IHc cost 1 50 tocui5 01 Mrs Margaret Stalcup 20 acres of lend val 800 00 State and county tax a UU penalty 0 pr ct 12ccost 1 50 totalt 8 61- 3nith S Dewces 1GO acres of laud val1 1 000 State and county tax 10 Gl penaltyt61 20Iu1I5t W Stlllo and county tax G 21 pen- ult 37c cost 1 50 totalSS OS W T Shelby lo acres of laud val 200 00 State and county tax 2 33 col llogo tax 2 50 penalty 2Sc cost 150 total G 51 Klsy Sheppard 15 acres of land val 100 00 State and county tux 1 65 penalty G pr ct 9c cost 1 50 total S3 24 Henry Vincent SO acres of laud vat 400 00 State and county tax 3 Go school tax in district 191 00 penalty C pr ct 27c cost 1 50 total G 421 T P Williams heirs 10 acres of land 65aI penalhrW A Webb 222 acres of laud and 2j town lots val 750 00 State and county Sicrtotal SIO 64 William Wright 20 acres laud yal nod at 175 00 State and county tax 19nc SJ 89 J H Webb 1 town lot total tax 5 02 21Bc al1 tax 18 01IHIOKMAN COLORED TAX Inu GAnds1 x jo 02 IAmr9arter 2 town lots total tux S2 iOlrEmily Caldwell 1 town lot total taxi 1 015 ri f tax1CfG tt60Sx 3 Fionvllle g heirs 2 town lots total tax tottax1 Rubs= Merriweathers hem tt town llot totall tux 4 41 9sPaylic S totral1 W5 Johnson 10 acres of land and1 1 1tux 18iii j jj c FFti Johit taxzI 5 49S Fount Love 1 town lot total tax 5 62 Jerry Sanford 2 town lots total tax 543 Robert Thompson 1 town lot total tax 5 02- Nathan Tally 2 town lots total tax G 44 Oassov Thomas Ii4 town lot total tax 2t50- John Percely 2 town lots total tax 8JB 1 Wilse Porcel4 town lots total tax 888 Frank Smith 1 town tot total tax SiLidaCal Williams 1 town lot total tax 41150 Charley Wilson 8 town lots total rax 7 6 Boss Viloy 31 auras land total taxII 39 Sye Wiley 53 acres land total tax 99 Tom Warriok 3 town lots total tax 441 Dave Walker 2 acres land total tax 77 CAAC13 PRECINCT 1 It 1 JRopar 110 acres of loud total tax 22 59 Tho R Williams 5 acres of land total tax 3 93 W T Johnston 17 lots in Jordan total taxfffST W Ed Jones l J5llcros of land total tux 39 Gl Mrs C F Milner SO acres smml tottal tax 8 26 SASSAFRAS RIDGE GL Darnell 150 acres oft11rI11 total tax 8 89 WI T Mrs A C Piorco 130 acres of Snit to at ilTlotalItax 4 jJ4 J T STCHIILEKIELU sdII imarsnalS SaID 1 fnrlaxesj JII1 On Monday March 111001 it boil1tii I tho first day of the March terns of the Fulton County Court at the Court House door in Hickman Ky I will sell njto the highest bidder for cash for taxes duo the city of Hickmau and cot of h11 sale tho following described real estate assessed in the names of time following I parties towit Two dollars is added iiI iu each case for costs I l j Seth Curlin for 1899 and 1000 0 II VQ3 Of UHl5 rvf lot 21 S1ftl 21llI Tivoli l8 iU ftttiVslwloto11I J r O Q 9 Salmon It HVt 5 iSesriTT Ito 1S9 7 9J J P Weimer G A Nos 22 to 27 82 53 I A G Webb E U b 6 No 185 S41 20 j j COLORED LIST j j An Brown E II Nos 257 25S 34 92 Ben Barnes E H Nos 161 1G2 S2 GG Emily Caldwell E H b 2 No 285 5 98 Mary Ellen Crowder E II Nos 216223 224 S5 98 215jj Amy Carter G A Nos 79 80 2 Goo Ewing E H Ib t05 No 231 S4 John Gardner E H Nos 127 to 141 i I I j 145 146 149 to 1G4 b 0 lUG 197 No i4 I 198 1 65 Bob King E III Nos 200 201 202 54 Go John Pain E H b 4 No 205 4 26 John Prather E H b 1 Nos 67 to 70 t31 57 Jerry Sanford E H h 4i Nos 2015 201 S3 81 Frank Smith E II b 7 No 207 311 25 Robt Thompson E II No 189 S4 92 Nathan rally E II Nos 229 230 231 34t IS I Cal Williams E II leof I9ti 197 198 4 Chas 25 B Wilson E II Nos 237 to 214 1r 12 21 Cy Wiley E H Nos 140 150 B Boss WUoy E II b G Nos 254 DSIjI 256 S6 91 TOM DitLorr JR Marshal AFresh home rondo candies at the Womans Exchange SSOlbS Package Coffee SI 00 at- ELLISONS Reserved seats for Ralph Bmghams entertainment for sale at D E Wilsons Book Store 50o general admission 5J5 children under 14 23 All of yon must go to hear Ralph Bingham I saw in the Courier ho Was to be in Hickman the 18th of this month I Everybody here pronounced him flue EVAN PARIS Russollville hyII t3X15Uis Granulated Sugar 81 00- ELLISONS 1ft 3SBHIOK1A2U Deaths angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Dan Creason Fob 7 and chose for its victim their little babe Only J about four months did God see fit to let little Johnnie be in thoir home He was taken very sick Suuday Thursday mor niug he seemed to be better but alas it was only death Parents and friends did all in their power for the precious babe but all in vain God knew best and called him home Weep uot for little Johunio was only a littlo flower budded on earth to bloom in Heaven Ox1Valo LOVEr HIM t TilE greatest danger from cold and la grippe is their resulting iu pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided It will euro i a cold or an attack of la grippe in less I time than toy other treatment It is i i i II bjCowgill Tmotyy SecondC SS- tcct tt a- OF THE UltDNG ANDA LAOF I i HICKM A Iooo MIC Term I ndlae- PROFIT AND rlC To net Premium for tnn Interest for term Fines for term r IVeen for term Ily KxMu o for termtGuluB for term QJ ii 5107566 flOT 3 6 ASSETS J Loans S 31COOOO Cash on hand 840158i tc LIABILITIES 1 y AJJiito to Series J 11t43S08S Kw 066960 of Lw 408709 M 499010 N 482776 a 0 451920 P 302066 ifI Q 476985- It y 1fu r S 1760 C8 i S 141955 4 T 847 44 a u7 VT rrr i4835o V 65020 J kUrplu 33 M 5 4000168 5 1000168 iZ L t VALUE OF SHARES Serlee J Slmro Value end last term 51319 os tills term Grq front this term w79 Present A nine SlOlSS tyk 8crieK Shnre 1alne end oClaet term 8414 juu tltli tertiif j 600 Y 1rulft thl term 91y 1 lrt ont Value W1S 06 tSeries L SlwreViilue end of last term 7516 Due this ttrDIC 6M1 Profit tits term 025 I Prestnt raliie 8341 erieeS16FY1 Sluire Vine rn l nflatt term 6049 tint thIs tens COII I front tJiin tirni 1 J9- 1rcrent Value 7448 f iScrim N t SlurYahuHnlofltenlll 5752 Iuea ttitssjerm IiOu Jrult tKUtcrinf tii t 172 llrnt v lue ti iJ1K fen 0J JIii f t rlYaluee1 t jOIlSProllt tits term 1i7 a Trident value 5G49 SeriM P I Share Value end of last term 41GI Hoe this term 611 Profit this term 124 Proent value 4tSS Serir Q 1 SbureVniue end of kit term 3430 tiOOIIrul Present value 4139 Series It 1 ShareValue end of latterm 26 43 Due thin term 600 Profit thlt term 7b Prrceut Tiiltie 332 Serlt S 1 ShareValue end of hut term 1924 Dttee this term G GII Profit this term 7 Present vnlutI25Sl Series T 1 Share Value end efltot term 12 Art one this term II W Profit tlito term 38 Present value 196- SerIte U 1 Share Value end of last term 670 hues thU term O Uo PreOt this term 2u i Prrsent values290e4 Series V a Dues this term G ua Profits this term l5 Prtftfnt value 618 Had To Conquer Or Die I was just about gone writes Mrs Roa Richardson of Laurel Springs N I had Consumption so bad that the 10 doctors said I could not live more 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 life saver in Consumption Pneumonia La Grippe aui Bronchitis infallible for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fever Group or Whooping Cough Guaran teed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottlesIfree at Cowgill S Cowgills Drug Store i iUlnLE AND r 01110 RAIUSOAD THE POPULAR ROUTE FOR Mobile and tho South St Louis Chica go Buffalo St Paul Indianapolis De trait Kansas City Omaha Memphis Tenn Little Rock Ark and other t principal points of the North East and West Two trains daily in each direction elegantly fitted and carrying through sleeping cars- Remember the grand Mardi Gras Fes tival in Mobile February 18th and 19th let your ticket read via the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Only one faro for the round trip long time limits E B BLAIR T P A a Jackson Tenn G M Shepard G P A Mobile Alaii tV 4 I I 1f c dr+ PS I III wi 7 w r G- V y I y Building j1 i Material ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 It BER 1 f j and Windows Shingles Ac K I and Cement 1 IIDoor Builders Hardware Paints Oil etc 1 ESTIIATESagCHEERFULLY rUBNISHKD I FEED STUFFS I Hay Oak Corn Bran etc etcgi 1J 1 I L P WS Ellison CARUTHERS i BAKERY AND I teCONFRESH BREAD CAKES AND 1 IICONFECTIONERIESCLIFTON I I I i I I i HICCMAK KUNTUCKTI I I Telephone Number JK I I 1 I REELFOOT LAKE MUDDLE H looks as if the fishing in Reelfoot j Lake for profit is to be worse muddled I than heretofore Judge Swiggart decided 1 that the Lake was the property of the State of Tennessee and the cave has beeu taken to the Supreme Court of Tennessee If the Supreme Court af 1 firm Judge Swiggarts decision the general tishing laws of Tennessee will be applied to the Lake and these laws prohibit foiling with nets and for profitf Thie being true the several hundred fishermen who derive their living from that avocation will be closed out and their condition wone than with the former alleged claimants Watch for Ellisons GREAT MILL END SALE beginning nut Friday i TIPTONVILLE NEWS t Though Tiptonville now has no rail road there In scarcely any doubt about w her having one road and poesibly two before the snow of another winter flies c The Obion Tiptontille Rapid Transit an electric line has already bee surveyed and a large amount of money already subscribed It is understood that capitalists are now contemplating an electric line from Fulton Ky to roard is built it will be extended to Tiptonville leveetis finished so it can be protected from the everflows of the IisaiagippiFulto- Leader n I vx Watch for Ellisons GREAT MILL UXD SALE beginning nut Friday I t A WISE DUCK T f The Rural New Yorker tells a story to the following effect that beantifull qdorns the tale and paints a meaty more al A duck that had laid several dozen l eggs during the season complained i that while her work record was better than the hens the latter had books an poems written in her honor while no one had a word of praise for the duel r A wise old rooster nearby said You lay an egg and waddle off without saying a word about it while that sitter of t4minenever lays an egg without letting everyone in the neighborhood know iit If you want to cut any ice around here you must advertise GOT EVEN WITHI HER 1 An exchange tells of a lady who decided to scare her husband who was quite a hard arinker so he would reform To do this the procured the costume of the devil she had worn at a masquerade j cajdie feeling happy quickly donned 47 the costume As he opened the door sepEul chral tones Come in with meI am the devil The result rather startled her aa the response which greeted her xsac Zat so Shake ol boy Im your sisterMrw townsman who has been seriously ill jl learnjl I I S 1 + f ORE THE GPL I I l The shooting to death of the negro Lawson mentioned in last weeks Cou rier as oho a previous shooting affair orII two earlier in the winter shows to public that we have in our midst a dan gerous element that should be eliminat ed It is noticeable and iii freely commented upon by respectable and ltv abiding citizens that Hickman is over run by a shiftless lot of vagabonds who have no visible means of support Why they are not made to give an account of themselves we are not prepared to saij We are impressed that there are laws j ainst vagabondage in Kentucky and injustice to our citizens and the moral ity of Hickman those having the power to enforce the laws should seeto it that the class mentioned in this article ve a strict account of their presence I and employment or give the town wide berth When our officers of JUS- tice aII and temperance people oresV their ij energy and influence in lighting blindif i f tigers and bootleggers they are I simply grapling with tho effect ofjdle ness and vagabondage whilethe cause I remains to again ply its vocation as toon as the courts adjourn First remove I the cause and the effect is banished Idleness breeds crime and where overt act follows overt act and strenuous ef forts are not adopted to suppress the our youth look upon it as a mattj r of fact and the impression made upon those young minds cannot bo grasped this side of eternity By all weans look into the coast as outlined in this article AKAOON SECURE A HOMEI I I On the Installment Plan The 22ndserieaof the Hickman Build ing and Lean Association ie now com mencing and the books open for the entry of new shares This association hits now been in succetwfnl operation eleven years its management prudent conser cause and Fate and loaned more t hau 9100000 to member + during that time It has matured ten different series paid off and nettled with all in full and upon maturity thus proving its solid and substantial basis The cost toott hair era is now less than at any time in ice history If you want to own your own home to utilize rente In paying for same or you need help toward paying for property already purchased in town or country anywhere in Fulton County you are the ones the Association special ly solicits to take shares There arc more than a hundred citizen of Fulton connty who are now and who have been members who have borrowed mousy from the Association or placed their money as an investment they are your neighbore and acquaintances talk to them as to the plan and management of this Association For further information I call on GKOUGE WAKKEN Courier office uTHE ST LOUIS REPUBLIC Ever Monday and Thursday a news paper as good as a magazineand bet ter for it contains the latent by tele graph as well as interesting etories is sent to the subscriber of the Twicea Week Bepnblic which Is only 1 a year The man who reads the Twicea Week Republic knows all about affairs political domestic and foreign events is posted about the markets and commer cial matters genernllIThe woman who reads the Twice a Week Republic gathers a bit of valu able information about household affairs and late fashions and recreatioh in the bright stories that come underthe head ing of both fact and fiction There is gossip about new books and a dozen theywide awake man and woman FarmersFrameColumn bedh from farmers who are snbscribeu who have horses mules cows prtap eta seed cJfor sale free of charge Cow par SetsA good Jersey Cow with young calf Apply to N J CORHM Hickman Ky For Sale 1 horse 2 years old past one mule 1 year old past and one weaning mule Apply to MRS J P CREED 2 ILK COWS FOR SALE Several good milk torts with young salver for sale JOBS SEATS FINE CHICKENS FUR SALE Black Langsbangs the best all pur pose fowls My stock was purchased from some of the best breeders of fowls IllinoisCockerels50 cent per setting of 15 JIBS M A McDANIEL Hickman Ky FOR SALE A Xo 1 Harness and Brood Mare for Fori5000rI am overstocked f isIA MCDANIEL 104t Hickmai Ky PAINLESS1 DENTISTRYj e Our Mottoi ifvt 0 MY PRICES ISlAI PRICES Gold Fillings 1 toft to jr A malgornsilver 50c to 1 1 tn fi rfi1 Cement 5oc ilI to i1 al Gold Crowns SH to 4 fiU S 00 to 12 M- ILo ansCrowns 82 50 to 4 i5 00 Richmonds Crown S5 00 i 7 Q to tflo Ih i I3ridgewcrk f per tooth fi Ut Plate Work full upper mid lower set and extract all the teeth iil when teeth are extracted elf 00 JaluM Plate sT M u iil Nil for whole upper sot 825 00 Singh SIC W Extraction 50c usually charge vl1 00 Cleaning teeth The Examinations free All work gnarranteed to fot PrstIclas awl s11 lust a life time Compare work with any Deuti t- McFALLI 1 DISMUKHS r t namw FIJ A Us AP J fURNTUREL sm I r II 1 Morris l PhillipsI haying bought the Fur niture stockl ofl Ernest Iin uecl I i he business at the old stand and solicit a share of the public patronage We shalllI keep1 a full line and1 lpermit nftne to give 1 better bargains I i i I COMEUP ST IRSEii Having leased my dry goods store to lio per Bros I have 1110Y 1IllY stockup stairs over the grocery room oppositel Dri Davidsons Dentalf 1 lparlor where I will continue to sell at cost all thet remainder of my goods Please dill iiir you want i anything in this line very cheap1 i WJYN 6 I H BUCHANAN a u i00ihMEDICINES colIn OLJit11SS CIIIIJIJrrUNIO i r ALL KINDS AT- Cowgillll l CowgilFs DRUG STORE s F S MOORE I ATTORNEYATLAW I HICKMAa KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge H F Reinley i II I Cash Book Store i i Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSI STATIONERY 1 d NOTIONScc 1 Calland see our Stock Even W thing up to date fMARY DR Stir DAVIDSON DentistHICKMAN KENTUCKY f1OWeeUrnc store 1l J fl ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept Ne York City N Y or 4 o if v eJ f J Pienoor Dry Ooois Hoiise t 1 MOflRNEE t YY Q 1Ihave been making some change 4 f in findthem 1 overstockedr+ seasonable goods and will sell them l thetI I j Department that are shop worn jlli1 i t be soldl regardless1 ofcost Big bar 1IJ save money 4 I C iIj have now a large 1lot of Ladles 4 Mens and ChIldren Button ShoestIlr which must lbe sold and1 Iofferthenl jj- t I far below original cost They are jtfirst class and will soon be all ifCall and get fllst choice 80Mtfl f Ge H C AMBERQ i i 1- A J cU R S MUBRELI Itn tii ivue iis the annonnoiucnt of H S Miirnil If a candidate fr County Jui Tiiirt i iIW ttiirnior kiuder hirtii nA in the intj Urrvctt- ht Jeni illln iuiuty two ttrniti as Counly Ir rnlandone MM Connty Judf cud tilled cotta position hona bly and onipctently and hy his ofiicial rtiord he iis willing to be judged We commend him to thotcrs of IhI county SamplesfreesalebyAM h L g- of gli 1irnous1coff iPijbt The low price at whichArbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at cent pound less than Arbuckles It has quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also gefr with each package definite part in sonic useful article =Full information with each package Save the signatures m 1 I W HEN you want a physic that is mild and gentlL eniry to take and pleasant in effect use Chamberlains Stomach and j WStch for Ellisons GREAT MILL END SALE beginning next Friday k U H u I r 1 J i y fiJ a st a a a j j f ti bey Y J Jc1 JT f w s M r tf 1 fs- a ii LSlB r 11 4 1 r Building I 1 Material 1 t ititROUGH AND BEH DRESSED LUMI 1 Doors and Windows Shingle A ctt Lime and Cement Builders Hardware J JPaintl out etc 2 ESTIMATES 1 CHEEHFULLYSTJBNISHED FEED STUFFS i I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc 1 Ji 8CII i sonii ti 4 I CARUTHERS I I I I BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY I FRESH BREAD t CAKES AND tff i CONFECTIONERIESI I I I I I CLINTON STREET I HICKMAN KUNTUCKY I ITelphone Number 00II i REELFOOT LAKE MUDDLE Jt looks as if the fishing in tiug Lake for profit is to be worse muddled than heretofore Judge Swiggart d citJded that the Lake was the property onow the State of Tennessee and the case hnsv been taken to the Supreme Court o Tennessee If the Supreme Court af firms Judge Swiggarts decision the It general tubing laws of Tennessee will be applied to the Lake and these laws prohibit fishing with nets and for Plilhfishermen who derive their living from I that avocation will be closed out and hotheiri 0formertJt Watch for Ellison GREAT MIL END SALE beginning nut Friday J NSVThough Tiptonville now has no rail road there is scarcely any doubt about her having one road and possibly two HieYs The Obion Tiptonville Rapid Tran sit an electric line has already bee surveyed and a large amount of money already subscribed It is understood a that capitalists are now contemplating F an electric line from Fulton Ky to Hickman via Union City If this road is built it will be extended to Tiptonville just as soon as the Lake county levee is finished so it can be protected from the overflows of the Mississippi Fulton Leader cr MILLIIXD 1 DUCKAThe Rural New Yorker tells mitorr the following effect that beautifully1 adorns the tale and paints a meaty morIl al A duck that had laid several doz i j complainedji i than the hens the latter had books and poems written in her honor while no 4 r wordrof praise for the duck A wise old rooster nearby said YouC i sayi sisterHt mine neveu lays an egg without letting r everyone in the neighborhood know iti heytr re I1 t +VV t GOT EVEN WITHI HER An exchange tells of a lady who deci 4 1 r quiteth do this she procured the costume of t Toh devil she had worn at a masquera The next time the erring spouse came t home feeling happy she quickly donned tl l the costume As he opened the door she stepped forward and said in sepal p tones Come in with meI IIchral The result rather startled the response which greeted ShakeolbollmyourIi t k Mr Eugene Jfaylor our popular fellow seriouslyfor ill isami + t tit ramproV1lJgri r ir t- a it BHE THE WSE The shooting to deathof the negro Lawson mentioned in last weeks Courier as also a previous shooting affair or two earJier in the winter slows to the public that we have in oar midst a dani gerous element that should be eliminat ed It is noticeable and iii freely commented upon by respectable and lal abiding citizens that Hickman is over run by a shiftless lot of vagabonds who have no visible means of support Why they are not made to give an account o II aY1WeI j against vagabondage in Kentucky and I in justice to our citizens and the moral ity of Hickman those having the pow er to enforce the laws should see to iit that the class mentioned in this article give a strict account of their presenceI and employment or give the town a wide berth When our officers of justice and temperance people use their energy and influence in lighting blind i tigers and bootleggers they are I simply grapliug with the effect ofjdle ness and vagabondage whilethe cause remain to again ply its vocation as toon as the courts adjourn First remove the cause and the effect is banished Idleness breeds crime and where overt act follows overt act and strenuous ef forts are not adoutcd to suppress the cause our youth look upon it as a mat let uI fttetandr the impression mado- upon I these young minds cannot ho grasped tins side of eternity By n means look into the canoe as in this article AHACION SECURE A HOME I I On the Installment Plan The x2nd series of the Hickman and Loan Association in now eau- tueuciur and the books open for the en of new shares This association has been in snccewfnl operation stove conestsate and loaned more t hau flOOjOOO to members during that time has matured ten different series paid off and settled with all in tall and upon antbasis The cost loot borr era is now lets than at any time in its history If you want to own your own me to utilize rents in paying for same rou need help toward paying for property already purchased in town or country anywhere in Fulton County yon are the once the Association special arLc more than a hundred citizens of Fulton county who are now and who have beenl members who have 0moneyFr neighbors and acquaintances talk to them as to the plan and management oft informationOKOUGE WAIWEN Courier otlice uTHE ST LOUIS REPUBLIC Every Monday and Thursday a new paper as good as a magazineand be ter for it contains the latest by tele graph as well as interesting titorlcsiis sent to the subscriber of the Twicea Week Oepnblic which is only h a yea The man who reads the Twice Week Republic knows all about affairs political domestic and foreign events is postedabout the markets and commercial matters generallIThe woman who reads the Twice a Week Republic gathers a bit of valuable information about household affairs end late fashions and recreatioh in the bright stories that come under the beading of both fact and fiction There isl I togossip about new books nnela dozen other topics of especial interest to the awake man and woman Farmers Free Column erUnder this heading will hereafter be lineshwho have horses mules cows prtap seed cJtor sale free of charge IIi Cow POt SetsA good Jersey Cow young calf Apply to N J CORITM ickman Ky For Sale horse 2 years old past one mule 1 muleApplyi MILK COWS FOR SALE Several youralvesFINE CHICKENS FOR SALE doBlack La purll from some of the best breeders of fowlsI IllinoisCockerelser fs 15amMRS M AMcDAXiELHickman Kyherr FOR SALE A No 1 Harness and Brood Mare for sale choap I have sold her colts For 85000 to 8000 each at weaning time I overstocked MCDAXIEL104t t I j PAINLESS DENrlISTRY j I IOur Motto i f Live and Let live111- II PRICESvGold Fillings 1 to SJ 2 to T maicomsihlr 50c to 51 1 to 2 iiOt Cement Boc i1 to itl su Gold Crowns S+ J to 1 DO SS 00 to efl O- uLoganCrowns 82 50 to4 fc5 00 tRichmonds Crown 5 00 7 50 to glu Oil Bridgewcrk yi per tooth31 OU skiI113 teeth are extracted S15 00 Siulwle Platy 7 rK uual uric IIwhen upper set 825 00 SiuleSI6 XI Extraction 50c usually charge SI1 00 Cleaning teeth 75c Examinations tree All work gnarranterd DcntiatI t last a life time Comport work with any sII rJElfif9 IF MCawwesasa c ipu NpI iA jr I w Morris Phillips having bought theI FUIij i j Illull C stock of Ernest Kingi will1 l ontilluei j lIthe business at the old 5IEIt aj share of the lpublic patronage We shall IIfull line and permit none to give j b otter bargains N IU I COMEUP SriIRSE 11 Having leased 1- 11iel dry goods store to RoJ i J BIosT have H10ypdIllY stock up stairs over the grocery room oppositeI DJii Illnl continue to sell at cost all the Iremainder t of my goods Please call it you want III 1anythingI l I i t Lr IJu blr E BtrCHANANa t I VV ICOUH MEDICINES 0COI1IJ CUitn CllIlllJ 1rtc f1MAgiA2TT1fUtO 4TaCovgilll CowgilFs I III i F S MOORE ATTORNEYATLAW DICKHAa KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge H F Remley I I i Cash Book Store I Splendid Selectiou of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY k NOTIONSC0- l c Calland see our Stock EvarL thing up to date 5 MARY BEKEXDES S Co DR S K DAVIDSON Den1istII I Once over Oowgill S Cowgill U rUt store- S kYEb J ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dcpt Ne York City N Y bn L = J 0 A 44- 11 ione Dry G DQ House cr 1- SMOflRN f 1 j- r I have been making some change 1 1s t overstocked in many lines of good1 t- tt seasonable goods and will sell them out at at a sacrifice to reduce the jIi ilIi1 1 1 t be sold less of cost 1 m 5rr I gains in this line if yon want to t save money t t I have now a large lot of LadiesII lens and Childrens Button which must be ti tllelltlttofferShoesitit c d I far below loriginal eost They first class and will soon be all areIIdill and get first choice IIvJ e AMBERG i lr r i j R S MURRELL I W HEX you want a physic that is mildj and gentle easy to take and pleasant in In this issue is tilt aiinonmvuicnr of effect nso Chamberlains Stomach and 4 llrntIiiI it candidate for tIuntc Liver Tablets Price u cents Samples saleni i AMrtIpcfcl iniut IWn tilius us- oiuUv Atiiirarv and nut a+ County dJp studt tiIJdtdl position honort and vooipeteutly and I lt his official Watch for Ellisons GREAT MILL ivord lu IK willing to be j Hid Wii i END SALE beginning next Friday unmiinil him to the voters llnrlty of Iiht of J t I ft Iu w IV r n- I CSI 3I famoustD y i I I I PbThelow price nt which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles Itast a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package- S le the signatures Eftfc 1Ly r FCYl l 11- tT STORIES THAT CONFLICT Confusing KrportM and Kiiniur He Iruralhla tlu SIIIpIng uod Thetr SlKiiIlloiiu r 0 mThe conflicting stories wt have been getting from Washington for some time as to time prospects of the pirati i cal HannaIayne bill must be per plexing to newspaper readers who i slIhjctNot i ents tell different stories but the same correspondent tells different itories at different tunes and1 1soumt of them skip from sitle to side with tizbewildering agility One day the bill iis sure to be defeated for the session t The next day it is sure to pass before i the adjournment because a eompro mise has been reached which is satisfactory i to the antis The third day= the outcome is wrapped in impene trable clouds of doubt and under tainty t nut no one should jump to the con elusion that the correspondents area sensational lot who are continually i t inventing stories for the mere pur pose of creating excitement The l shifting are a natural not to say unavoidable result of the lobby anil rother influences which are continu l1italtonecin one locality and those of another kind the following day in the same I or a different louhtytt 1 The struggle is pretty severe ands j there the f appafi One day those interested on one side ti relax while those on the other re t double their exertions jtthe next day 4 the order is reversed It is the Iwsi I j ness of the correspondent to record the succeeding impressions and not i r to write according to leis notions of t- le what the situation ought to be or his prophetic views of what it eventual a I lytviil be Those who are interested in theii enactment of such a thershipping grab naturally are not over A scrupulous in their regard for truth and it is not in the power of any correspondent to run to earth every questionable statement which may be put afloat for effect A reasonable conclusion from the conflicting statements and rumors r seems to be that the bill would paws totj brought to a vote because of the open opposition of many senators mill the secret but hardly iless effective opposition of others who do not rare to Kcem to antagonize a measure whichx they know is strongly apuroed by I the administration W s There iis a possibility however that even ift vote could be reached enough republicans would vote in the nega I tive to defeat it Some western InI ator may fear th people of their own states more then the president r- c or the party bosses in oongresKj =Chi sago Chronicle BLUNDER UPON BLUNDER t tclutpowclbley + ttlll tlr urllmtut Ihr VilitiSui triilIiiii itoillr IIIK In t1t 1111111111111jj r Secretary Hoot either is trying to throw dust in the eyes of congress f and tilt people or has his own eyes t full of dust Afcr movinjf heaven I is and earth to get 7000ltroops for iI use in time Philippines imploring con jBrYfjress to pass tin army bill MO us to prevent a great military disaster he f fnow coolly reports that the Philipjj P+ipine commission thinks list urb j Silldprtstd1 jfovernmcnt Why does he not jp Jiiake public Gen MacArtbnrs re p t ports It was upon them that Scn 3 ator Swell planted himself when he ffjaid in open senate that the war is pjpinore bitterly wajred than ever rind ffthat a jrreat standing army would be x llpecessay in the Philippines for ninny Bi years to come The trUth iis and it Rcstands out on the face of the conimis I K ions report that1 thereJ is constant Rand nnavaidable friction between lien EMacArthur and Tadge Taft The syh tem of government which they are try jng1 to put in force is unworkable The whole thing was a muddle from theI jf tart and the coninussion aks con Ko JHntltnf1OHrK nisiu the report is the huge blunder our government made in undertaking un Kj2crthe treaty of Paris to guarantee the Pland titles of the friars To do this KfJudge Taft now says would throwI bluzon into convulsions anti lie calmly pieconintd that the tnitetl States Klbuy the friars out In other words jmare millions are to be flung into the r Ihilippne rot hole Meanwhile the fuilRbt gentleman in the white house earnestly recommends that congress lion hint out of the pit which his own Eiantls have Jigged lint how can con feress legislate till it knows what potters the supreme court win decide it has Pklriitlie premises Muddle muddle toil fcijuad trouble That iis the history of our Iliiliii- i ine p Htv up to dateX Y est tt- t Another lclOnlcCotn111Iww11111y 15 mother of Mr McKinleys comnii i ilbnsr Las bobbed up nod as usual iit1t McKinleys commissions it is tan led up in a row This particular body iis the one appointed to investigate the bubonic plague in California ilt has succeeded in antagonizing the legislature and the state authorities jeheraLy and in consequence it has Acquired u popularity similar to that I hich its distinguished predecessor Ibe Hawaiian commission enjoyed in j the Sandwich islands When the his tory of Mr McKinleys commissions Vhlcii at the latest bulletin numbered fc r82U3eomts to be written it will con irtftute one of the most entertaining tinot entirely dignified chapters in tbeII i utioiis l1l1aI Chicago Chronicle t F f GROSS DECEPTION Truth nemrordlii the True State of 31lutrw In Iur 1hlllpptue- xuw Coming Out One cannot help wondering whether we are to have a great popular reaction in this country on the Philippine issue After lonir delay the truth concern mug the condition of affairs in the Phil ippine archipelago Is gradually com ing to the knowledge of the American people mind to the surprise ofa Inrge nuinoer they thud this truth to be widely I at variance ttith the statements made by those who have been oUicially policylu dition what conl5diice we ask again win the American people place in the oughtinthus tWeive thrum How far can human creihiity irII How mnehMnMter mite we thun the benighted people of Spain who a few years uglJ wrt kept lulled in a sate of blind contentment by the otllcial re ports which the government at Madrid had given out ur the battles that hath n fought with the Cuban gut rrilUis and the immerse victories that the Spanih troop had won At that tinithose Americans w hn rnntnteatrd upon the subject could nut tilt vt ni Trontr enough to describe the eras stupidity of the Spanish Ptopwho cfaiild iL thus dceivrd and niilei by their tiru v erument Hut it may be pertinenti to ak in what rrswrt the t IiI thli of- the American people hut diffend iur lug the last two years in rfferemv to the subject we hae referred to from the condition of time Spanishi xople four or the years ago resjectinjj Lie Cuban insurrection An autocratic government may feel that it Is justified in keeping its people In ignorance but in what way is it posibr to have a goy ern liven t of the people ny the peaple and for the peope curried on while they are grossly deceived concerning important public matters it iis beyond our imaginationi to understand Hot ton Heralo lltd- IMPERIALISM HERE NOW Ktilc liy lUlllnry Purer I AlriutlytI11 Kit In TJil hrecI Ciiunlry Senntor Tiller is right in saying that imperialism iit not H feitr lint a realization not a thing to IK warded oil but a thing to br ubuiHluiif In his recent speechI in tilt senate hI iiiluiinistrred uc1L deserved rebuke to that who plate alxui par tin HlMTty and e41udiIiuaalrlfguv ninnnt Ile titll- II hurt rot acrtnl wlrli rrrtwiy vbo has Jfn in ftar n Irni nili nj I situi N years ago lat rr rith iit ihr stnit tli thtre wntd rot b uiy imp rialism tlr- ur tli Armriiaii pf ii 1Utit Ut ii inw ijl sine IhrII lave 11 It isltuj l rt imperial js rlrr1 II t M t ti tliti i lift lid tauc ui mite i t tcJu imperial giv vriirvnt that has rot a counterpart any whvre under the heaver s an imperial BUV rumtni with tin corn nid five men only strangers to the language utranc rv to the Country una tiualiuti with the Inlt ffits of ilif Temple Pitting there and administtr Ing government taklrg the money of thti people fine appropriating It without their cunticnt tgruriny the people entirely Mr President the czar uf Ruolul iIs Hn absolute czar lit has a council of till mr n who tilt with him and consider public attain but tht rt men are Pm tars Thy are prop of that roue try Thy have their rympathits and heir amlrition for HUIlarhtst men In the Philippine fclard are stranger Criler the military law they have n right there uiiNiubttdJy but under Gods law which Iis higher than that they have no place there at all Aral so I vibe back what I = all two years ago Imperialism has cctne U is therr in Its worst form and what I wart to know ilk the aerator from Maryland Mr ttel- 1ngton1a I I what are you going to do now Are you going to keep up this IniperUIUtic gUIrnnunt Are you going to continue to govern lOOItOOO people contrary to their with without a voice without being heart when your chief actor over then Gen MarArthur tellc you that the people area unit against thic atlzniristration when every Kiliplm in Kurrpe today and there are thousands uf jlheni is agate t our KUX trnment over there The Commoner PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS H annas ship snbsify grab on the sea and the great railway trust uu lam promise to mike easy traveling fur the mouopnly itJlaSt Louis Republic If us many thousand Filipinos art taking the oath of allegiance as the auininistration organs say that army of 100000 to be sent over there will have nothing to do hut loaf and draw ra tions Kansas City Times- It is said that the democrats have the powerto talk the subsidy bill to death It would be good party peitiis for them to do it for both sides are clearly on record and no good would com of entailing upon the country the effects of Rd iCniil ions a measure Indianapolis News In- dMt MeKinley is eaid to tTesirf fttT ditional authority to cal with the Philippines Since he has already gone btyond the limits of the Constitution in dealing with these people we fnii TO understand why he want ooiigieis to give him any more authority Once outside the constitution there iN noth ing to check him Chattanooga News o more vital question has ben presented to congress for a generation at least than that of the relations we- are to sustain with the Philippines and yet it is set aside to be used as a pretext for an extra session in order that a bill to give millions of the tax payers money to private corporations may be forced through congress Philadelphia Ledger The troubles gathering about Mark Hanna and Isis subsidy hill are increasing with the process of the suns Nearly every new senator wHo has been elected will be against the subsidy bill if it goes over to the extra session Thel new ones who have come in the senate this session in the place of those removed by death or to till va- cancteS n not in favor of Hniis V looting sLtueDuluth Herald IOU petard X5100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there li ii at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure iu- all it o stages and that is Catarrh hall t Catarrh Cure iis the only positive cure known to the uedical fraternity CatarrhI being eouslidtiwual Unease I tata1T11ICurei I upon the blood and IIUHOH urtaces of the- M tCIII thereby destroying the iouJ1la lonII of the disease and giving the patient trtuth liv building up the const itutwu and a siating nature in doing its work llle ropi ietors have so much faith in its cura tine lowers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure I Send for lit ol testimonials II Address I111 I Cheney d Cu Toledo 0 Sold hv Dnipgists i5c hails Family Pills are the best r Cool Credential j uyt it is terrible moaned tie Weep iiK Mother It is terrible to tluiik of our little Mn in the hands of the hulnapers ltut aid the S 1ptlil1I1t Frildt- hlllk j of the social pmiltge it gives you Bait imnure American Career and Chnractcr of Abraham Lincoln An addres bv Joseph Ohufp Anitas actor to treat Vritii on the cart rr and character oiI Abraham 1111 0111III eurv I life his early strumglrs with the world his rharntrr us developed i iin till litrr jTSt- Of his Iie nd hij iliiiini ration which- it at e dILItiP so bird miI tiie wni i rul of honor sots fame ii Uei JluhIIJi by the IitIi2o Aiilwankei S S Paul Jui vatt and may be had by cud ng rx lIitttts in I postage tu F A Millir limtru Pa Mitr Agent Chicago Illi Thoxp Great Invention 11inliiing FriendChst make ii tliink your iliscoverv was lu great a nrrt 1 1nftfsor AVhy as soon ae 1lJrdJri the idea every savant in EUTOPrllIldJ1Ird that he hiul known of it sinw he cut bus first tteth Chicago Daily News rLOW KOUNU TKIT HoTHS In TFXtSylat- iro IKON MUfNTAIN RouTE On Kehrnurv IJth tho Iron Mountain Route will sell tickets to the following point nt 1YX for tho round trip Dallas Waco Fort Worth HoustouOalvestonSau Autouio Uoaimiontnndlort Arthur Texas out to Luke Charles Louisiana W rite City Ticket Olllee Northwest coruor Broadway and Olive ttreet St lonisI mot 11 llnrtcnlii Mr Perkins I rather diclike to take your lat daughter away from you Oh hats all right she s toe Lt ore but I dont inteixf to let her K on rent rbuJltr than he other 11hat lrJ do you getDetroit lrcc PIU lleMt for tin llMveI No matter what ails you lieu larie to a earner you will never get Nell1unlil jtmr ltow1are put right CdMare lit lp natuic cure you without a gripe or pain piodin j easy natural inoveinents cnt tau jut HI j cents to start petting our health l li V Casrarets Candy Cathartic the genuine put i up In metal htixe every 1Itt 1r C t t l tainiHd on it Hewn of utiitaliuUa I tV41lellugI tilt JlnIPolitician Teil me the btit way to get out of jiontic Irieud Turn 1prohibitionist l i h tlut tru udder I want to get o- utgri Smart set deuce IHcRrl ItrtUt Form 1r tit 1Pft t11 i au t dertes ilembrareou Croup Iiuunu ni ard Contumption lIoxii s Croup arc tutitaiiis only the spirit of the drug Sold l10 v drug Fists 50 cents A P IIoxu Mf r Cuff xrv 1 D A ponreitrd man cannot p isiivi anybodyl tseuny redit for iirMLgarv reveli Washington t JItll lleniixsa Pisos Cure cannot be too higlily poli n of 1irdArei He whowi not liuten to the teavhuu off uure yiialt1 new hear the vo vu ol ruttot Jaiii a horn 0Sw- eat and fruit adds will not disiolor goals iljitl Uitli PfTXAM FADELKIJS UrBd Sold ba1 druggist y fie a kind of dtil to eat weiatd it wortia are no reed hakepearr ieTis swett to kO iis lKinie GumJ i chew fYoutha man rlt with ut te tpfrfil mark Put k rTatsAUdruggistsrs cutterdoxnBuieIwkLeeland The newt Preicrlptlon for Chill TastelessChilli tasteless Xooure no jwy S argEbhngtJ THE NERVES OFWOMEN shouldflythingsannoyunfit for ordinary duties and are subject to dizziness That bearingdown sensation helps to make you feel miserable paininSuch a condition points unerringly to yrious uterine troubleIf you had written to Mrs Pinkham when you first ex sparedtheseHappiness will be gone out of your life forever my sister unless you art promptly Procure iLydia E Ptnkhams Vegetable Compound at once It is absolutely sure to help you Then write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass if there is anything about your caso you do not understand You need not be afraid to tell her the things you could not explain to the doctor your letter iis seen only by women and is absolutely confidential Mrs Pinkhams vast experi ence with such troubles enables her to tell you just what is best for you and she will charge you nothing for her advice 1 Mrs Valentine Tells of Happy Results Accomplished by Lydia E Pinkhams 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Xrw rrk eUtkapIJ J + 4 i t I Y t Fr1 ti i 9 I A SILENT RELIGION Dr Talmage Sets Forth Its Evils in His Sermon Duty of Chrl tlnn to Siicnlc Ont ilenrtlly on the Side of IllKfet f eon nen Cnntlntr Out tlio Dumb Spirit 111 Copyright 1901 by Louis Klonsch N yo In this discourse Dr Talmage calls for a more demonstative religion and a hearty speaking out on the right side of everything text Mark 925 Thou dumb and deaf spirit I charge thee come out of him Mere was a case of great domestic anguish The son of the household was possessed of an evil spirit which among other things paralyzed his t tongue and madohim speechless When the influence was on the patient h could not say a wordarticulation was f capturefd a dumbspiritso called by Christ a spirit abroad today and as lively an- r potent as in the New Testament times Yet in all the realmaiof sermondom 1 cannot find a discourse concerning thi- II dumb devil which Christ charged upon f in my text saying Come out or him There haE been much destructive suo I ptrstition abroad in the world concern ins possession by evil spirits Under the form of belief in witchcraft this de lusion swept the continents Persons were supposed to be possessed vvit some evil spirit which tirade them able to destroy others In the sixteenth cen tury in Geneva 1500 persons wereII burned to death as witches In one i s j y S personS0 persons were slain as witches So includm ed among its victims some of the great est intellects of all time such as Chi- eJustice Matthew Hale and Sir Edward Coke and such renowned ministers of religion as Cotton Mather one of whose books Benjamin Franklin said shaped 3iis lifeand diehard Baxter and Archbishop i Cranner and Martin Luther a and among writers and philosophers Lord Bacon That belief which hiS become the laughing stock of all sen sible people counted its disciples among the wisest and best people o Sweden Germany England France Spain and Xew England But while we reject witchcraft any man who believes the Bible must believe that there are diabolical agencies abroad in the world While there are ministering spirits to bless there are infernal spirit to hinder to poison and to destroy Christ was speaking to a spiritual ex istence when standing before the af flirted one of the text he said Thou dumb and deaf spirit come out of him t Against this dumb devil of the text put you on your guard Do not thin that this agent of evil has put his blight on those who by omission of the vocal organs have had the golden pates of speech bolted and barred Among those who have never spoken a word are the most gracious and lovely and talented souls that were ever incarnat ed The chaplains of the asylums for the dumb can tell you enchanting stories of those who never called the name of father or mother or child and uany of the most devout and prayerful e recnls will never in this world speak the aI ChristThere of si ltnee Some one has said silence is joden and sometimes the greatest tri Buii t sometimes silence is a crime and the direct result of the baleful influence ofr the dumb devil of our text There is hardly a man or woman who has not been present on some occasion when the Christian religion became a target for raillery Ierhaps it was over in the store some day when there was not r much going on and the clerks were in a group or it was in the factory at the I noon spell or it was out on the farm under the trees while you were resting- or it was in the clubroom or it wasl in a social circle or it was in the street on the way home from business or it was on some occasion which you remember without my describing iit Some one got the laugh on the Bible and caricatured toe profession of religion i as hypocrisy or made a pun out of something that Christ said The laugh started and you joined in and not one word of protest did you utter f What kept you silent Modesty e Xo f Incapacity to answer Xo Lack of opportunity Xo Its a blow on f both your lips by the wing of the dumb j devil If some one should malign your tfather or mother or wife or husband f2orchild you would flush up quick and F either with an indignant word or doubled up fist make response And stet here is our Christian religion which r has done so much for you and so much for the world that it will take all eter nity to celebrate it and yet when it w- I attacked you did not so much as sa- r asy r I differ I object I am sorry to hearf you say that There is another bide ougrht of with earthly weapons but with the t sword of the spirit You ought to ha tour or five questions with which you 1 r could confound any man who attacks Chrittxity A man 06 years old was tclllag me how he put to flight a scoffer S My aged friend said to the skeptic 4Did you ever read the history Joseph in the Bible Yes said the intereFst fnga story as I ever read Yell now said my old friend suppose that account of Joseph stopped half way Ohsaid the man then it would not saidtmy irieuu we have in this word only half of everything and do you not think that when we hear the last half things may be consistent and that then we f way find that Got was right Oh friends better load up with a few terrolat1 pointstYou cannot ax v t ford to be silent when God and the Bi ble and the things of eternity are as sailed Your silence gives consent to the bombardment of your Fathers house You allow a slur to be cast on your mothers dying pillow In behalf of the Christ who for you went through the agonies of assassination on the rocky bluff bock of Jerusalem you dared not face a sickly joke Bettor load up with a few questions so that next time you will be ready Say to the scoffer My dear sir will you tell me what makes the difference between the condition of woman in China and iis tits United State Vhat ro you think of the sermon on life mount How do you like the golden rule laid down in the Scriptures Are you in favor of the Ten Commandments In your large and extensive reading have you come across a lovelier character than Jesus Christ Will you please to name the triumphant deathbeds of infidels and atheists low do you account for the fact that among the out and out be lievers in Christianity wire such per esons as Benjamin Franklin John Uus kin Thomas Caryle Babington Mac aulay William Penn Walter Scott Charles Kingsloy Horace Bushnell James A Garfield Kobert E Lee Stone dall Jackson Admiral Foote Admiral Farragut Ulysses S Grant John Mil ton William Shakespeare Chief Jus slice Marshall John Adams Dnniel Web doyoutaccount for their fondness for the Christian religion Among the in numerable colleges and universities of the earth willI you name me three started by infidels and now supported by infidels Down in your heart are youhoccupy antagonistic to the religion When do you have the most rapturous views of the next world Go at him with a few such questions and he will get so red in the fare as to suggest apoplexy and he will look at his watchand any he has an engage went and mutt go You will put him in a set that will beat a Turkish bath comparedtour troops at lion made no time at all trot yourself not with arguments but interrogation points and I promiseyou victory Shall such a man as you shall such a woman as you surrender to one of the mean est spirits that ever smoked up tram the pitthe dumb devil spoken of in the text But then there are occasions when this particular spirit that Christ exor fcised when lie aidhI charge thee to come out of him takes people by the wholesale In the most responsive religTous audience have you noticed how many people ogees sing at all They have a book and they have a voice and they kfcow how to read They know many of the tunes and yet are silent while the great raptures of music pass by Among those who sing not one ou ora hundred sings loud enough to hear his own voice They religiousIgo that I-i enoughttopa car one away they can afford in the praise of God is about halt a whisper With enough sopranos enough altos enough bassos to make a small heaven between the four wails they let the opportunity go by unimproved The volume of voice that ascends from the largest nndivno that ever assembled ought to be multi plied two thousandfold But the minister rises and gives out the hymn the organ begins this choir or precentor lends the audience are standing s expanls1onascend when the evil spirit spoken ofI in my text the dumb devil spreads his two wings one over the lips of one half the audience and the other wing over the lips of the other half of thei audience and the voices roll back into the throats from which they started and only here and there anything heard and niuetcnths of the hoy power is destroyed and the dumb devil1 as he flies away says Iecould not keep Isaac Watts from writing that hymn and I could not keep Lowell Ma son from composing the tune to which it is set but I smote into silence cr half silence the lips from which it would have spread abroad to bless neighbor hoods and cities and then mount the wide open heavens Give the 1032 meter doxology the full support u Christendom and those four lines would take the whole earth for God That hymn Oh For a Thousand Tongues to Stag was suggested to Charles Wesley by Peter Bohler who after his conversion said I had better keep silent about it Xo said Wesley if you had 10000 tongues you had better use them for Christ And then that angel of hymnology penned the words Oh for a thousand tongues to slue My dear Redeemers praise The glories of my God and King The triumphs of His grace Jesus the name that calms our fears That bids our sorrows cease Tls music In the sinners ears peaceasWhile much of the modern music is a religious doggerel a consecrated nonsense a sacred imbecility I would like to see some great musician our time lift the baton and marsh Luthers Judgment Hymn Yar Bahlvstreet Uxbridge Pleyels Hymn Harwell Antioch Mount Ii gah and Coronation with n few regiments of mighty tunes made i our own time and storm lain Af oftiro and America for the kingdom God But the first thing to do is to drive out the dumb devil of the text from all our churches Do not however let us lose our selves in generalities Not one of us but lias had our lives sometimes touched by the evilspirit of the text this awful dumb devil11I We bad just one opportunity of say ing a Christian word that might lm ac led a man or woran into a Christian life The opportunity wajs fairly put before us The word of invitation or i consolation or warning came to inside gate of the mOUTh but there it halted Some hindering power locked the jaws together so that they did not open The tongue Lij flat Rai still in the bottom of IKS mouth a though struck with paralysis tV were mute Though God had given us the physiological apparatus for speech and our lungs were filled with air which 1 by the command ofourwill could have made the larnygcal muscles vorgansibrately silent For all slut ivnf rtarnlty vs mfssed our clmfce or it was n prayer meeting and the service was thrown open for prayer and remarks thalteveryhing night Indeed it was a graveyard and mic1ni ht An pausetook on all the meeting Men bold enough on ImsinesV exchange or in worldly circles shut their eyes as though they were praying in silence but they were not praying ut all They were busy hoping somebody else would do his duty The women fltisleu under the awful pause and made their fans more rapidly flutter Some brother with no cold coughed by that sound trying to fill up the time and the meeting was slain nut what tilled it The dumb devil wayIpidest places on earth are some prayer meetings 1 do not see how reguhuly unl refrigerators neli ion leapt on ice How ninny of us have lost occa sions of usefulness In a sculptors Htiidio stood n figure ot the god Op portunity The sculptor hud made the hair full down over the face of the statue so JIM to completelyI cower it fectilluOpportunity the sculptor answered The face of the statue is thus coy ered because we do not recognize Op port unity when it comes and the wings to the feet show that Opportunity is swiftly gone But do not let the world deride the church because of all this for the dumb devil is just conspicuous in the world The great political parties assemble at the proper time to build platforms for the candidates to stand on A committee of each party is appointed to make the platform After proper delibera tion the committees come in with a ringing report Whereas and Whereas and Whereas Pro nunciamentos all shaped with the one idea of getting the most votes All ex pression in regard to the great moral evils of the country ignored Xo ex pression in behalf of temperate living i for that would lose the vote of the liquor traffic Xo expression in regard to the universal attempt at the demolition of the Lords day Xo recognition of God in the history of nations fo that would lose the vote of atheists But Whereas and Whereas and glcenforf platform platform Those great conventions chaplain told the honest truth in their prayers they would say 0 Lord we wapt t be postmasters and consuls and foreign ministers and United States district attorneys For that xve are here and for that we will strive till the election next November Give us office or we Thoe world to say the least is no better than the church on this subject of silence nt the wrong time In other words is iit not time for Christianity to become pronounced end aggressive as never be fore Take sides for God and sobriety and UGoda opport itIiuceI a tOld soul Cheer it usefult Be out nosh out up nosh down for I afloatII mercjIi OIIhansou1intoSpenkoutchnptcof netfv door on your way out shake hands with some one and ask him to onthcuptosulky with room only for one and that GospelwagonJ of friends and neighbors and shout tilll downtheand we will do you good for the Lord hath IsraelTheyomayu maytremendouson the sea Capt Haldanc swore at the wishedthema Scotch snidCaptainwould he badly oft if your wish wer answered Haldane coofa victed by the sailors cotnlrested and became the means of the salvation of his brother Robert who Robertbecame ansunder his ministry the godless Felix mins worldljIlr oathofor of The History of the Information Iiformay d- as u much as the notch sailor who ju I brokenIJ forJI itTimeI 1TheAGrows3Howyearthe f bI 5 TOLD OF ROYALTY Quern Wilhelinina iis a great novel EngJihi o r Scott and Dickens King Victor Kmmanuel of Italy iis nn admirer of American customs and is desirous of introducing into his gov ernment the American cabinet stern Quern WiUiehninns latest photograph shows that she Lnot so pretty all l tjpfhreyes and nose are small and crowd ed Queen Alexandra wife of the new British sovereign has from girlhood been an meomplishod muskinn and some years ago received from Trin ity college Dublin the degree of doctor of music The king of Italy hates publicity and finding that all the particulars of his private life were appearing in the Italian papers he has given Mrirt or ders that no news of a personal na ture shall be mnde public l lanymember of the royal household Queen Helen of Italy has a fond ness for writing poetry nod it is said writes souse creditable verse She is about to bring out a volume of her poems Her father the prince of Montenegro is a poet ofno neon ability When he finishes a poem which he considers better than usual he calls together hfs court rends it and asks the opinion of his hearers TOWN TALK Xew York coroners with their staffs cost the taxpayers more than 1ljOCJO- a year A peony lunch room was recently opened in Chicago The average amount received for each chock was 3y cents Every article on the bill of fare is one cent and for thn cents a man gets a good wholesome break fnst Xo police ofllfer in ICokomo Ind can be induced to wear badge Xo 3 and it has been abolished by the board Since the organization of the department nine years ago every Xo 3 officer has died within a year after beginning to wear the hoodoo budge An ordinance recently adopted in Cincinnati provides that new tene ments shall have u bathroom for each suite of rooms haying a separate halfway and that remodeled tenements shall have one bathroom for each three rooms WHERE THE STATES COME IN openedInMontana lends all the states in the woolrThe Missouri statehouse does not display a national flag and does not own one A prominent citizen in a western herviolated law which forbids the bring Sncr of a docked horse over the bor derThe California newspapers are re whileo300 Mediterranean leptons yield only 1970 ounces of citric acid 300 Cali fornia lemons 3 field 2004 ounces THE FLIGHT OF BIRDS The humming bird does not flasfast as tunny Uwflapping birds of ungainly bulk The honey bee seems tto travel like a bullet yet it takes him two minutes to fly one mile The quail appears to get away more rapidly than does the mallard but he does not do itt The cormorant of the sea const seem to be a slow flier yet he does a mile iu one uihiute find ten seconds TUB MARKETS Cincinnati Feb 9 CATTLE Common 2 50 3 CO Extra butchers 4 30 C 4 65 1C1T11SFxtra r 7 25 HOGS Choice packers ti 45 ft 5 47z Mixed packers 5 35 fr 5 4iya lI1I1xtrn 4I 10 a 4 25 LAMBSExtra oi SO tf 5 70 FLOU1J Spring pat 3 GO a t 20 WHEAT Xo 2 red J 7S h COiNNo 2 mixed U 40 OATS Xo 2 mixed iI 27 3- KYE Xo 2 1rJ 57 50hPOKK Family alt nn IJIDSttamBLTTKK Ch dairyr 13 Choice creamery g 23 APlLES Ch to fancy 2 50 a 3 25 POTATOESPer brl 1 05 1 75 TOBACCO Xew 12 00 t 13 75 Old 8 00 rtl2 00 Chlcnco I SOItm v 103 spring G5 L- COl1NNo 71 1 2 1fri 37 OATS Xo 2 2t j 25- ICYEI r0i 7t 51 90eLAUD Mess 7 4 2 rOJXcvs York FLOUR Win patent 3 G5 it 4 00 WHEAT Xo 2 red SO to0s 17CORNNOOATS Xo 2 mixed y IV Cdl f GO III POHKFamilr 15 00 fi 13 50 SULAlDlinltlmurc- WH I TXo 2 red rt 7G I- ISouthernI 70 a 77y- COJCX Xo 2 nrxed 43isa1 43Yt 511ONf5Xo 10stHOGS Western 5 SO a 5 DO InulMvillc- FLOUB Win patent 4 25 O 4 70 WHEAT Xo 2 red 77- C01IX Mixed new r 41 27 I ONJ51lixed 511TOPIClfessJ 7 25- i i L11WShamfti IniltnniiiinlliL- WHEAT Xo 2 redjj-KORX Xo 2 mixed L 37y4 OATS Xo 2 mixed t y 2G 17 CONGRESSMAN HOWARD Of National Reputation are the Men Who Recommend Peruna to Fellow SufferersHa t A Remarkable Case Reported From the State a- of r New YorkeL I 1I CONCKESSJIAX JIOWAKI 01 ALAIIAMA lVashJl j s4 The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus OhioIGentlemen 4 I have taken Peruna now for two weeks and find I am very much relieved I feel that my cure will be permanent I have also taken it for la grippe and I take pleasure in recommending Peruna as an excelleut remedy to all fellow sufferers Al W Howard- Congressman Howards home ad dress is Fort Payne Ala people think that catarrh is a MOSTI confined to the head and nose thug is farther from the truth It may be that the Loge and thr at iin the oft eneVt affected by catarrh but if thin nsi so it is go only because these parts ire more ex posed to the vicissitudes of the climate than the other parts of the body Every organ every duct every cavity of the human body is liable to catarrh A mul titude of ailments depend on catarrh This iis true winter and summer Qitarrh causes roam cases of chronic disease where the victim has not the slightest suspicion that catarrh has anything to do with it The following letter which gives the ex perience of Mr A C Lockhart is a case in I oint Mr A C Lockhart West Henrietta X V Box 58 in a letter written to Di Bart man says the following of Peruna About fifteen years ago I commenced the o airing and consulted a physician Ht pronounced mv trouble a aperies of dyspepsia and advisedi me after he had treat ed me about six months to get a leave of ab GET BIG GAME PRESERVE savor Hnrrlnon and Other Chlcnco Dion Jiuy Trnrt of Indiana lnrlthCIt Carter IT Harrison mayor of Chicago and a party of 50 representative men of that city including Charles S Dennis Ilempstead Washburnc Uollo Organ and William llaskell have closed a deal with Brown Bros of this city writes the Crown Point Ind correspondent of the Chicago Inter Ocean in which they come into control of 10000 acres of marsh land on the Kankakee river south of Crown Point which they will use as- a game preserve which will be the largest in the Unied States They have leased the big morass for a term of 25 years and will at once commence the erection of a costly clubhouse and stock the marsh with all kinds of game besides the djck and geese which habitate the place each spring and fall This deal practically places the duckhunting ID this wellknown game marsh in a trust and iis absolutely controlled by Chicagoans the residents of Indiana having been frozen out entirely as the land along the Knnkakee river has all been leased The Macsawba club ground com mences south of South Bend the Eng lish Lake Gun club then follows for miles and the Diana club and the new one just formed takes up the balance of time land and in each case no poachers are allowed in the Calumet marsh The Tolleston club of Chicago has a monopoly on that territory An effort is being made throughout the state to legislate the nonresident hunters out of the state BREAKS RECORD FOR NAVY Speed of iOS Knots Attnlnoil by the New Torpedo Boot De utrojer Itnllcy In a spurt of about two minutes du ration the other day at Newport iin n government test for the standardization of its propellers the torpedoboat destroyer Bailey made a rate of speed of 30 S10 knots This isa higher rate than anyvessel of the United States navy has jet reached The Bailey ii sence from my business and go into the country 1 did so and got temporary relief r went hack to work again but was taken with very distressing pain in my stomach 1 seldom lllo of the bowel naturally Iconsulted another physician with no better results The disease lkept growing on me unti I had exhausted the ability of sixteen of Rochesters best physicians The last physician advised me to give up my work and go south after he had treated me for I was given a thorough examination with the Xray Thcould not even determine vlnt my trouble was Some of your testi monialsin the Kochester papers seemed to me worthy of consideration and I made up my mind to try a bottle of Peruna Before the bottle was half gone noticed a change for the Iwttrr I am now on th fifth bottle Mybowelshaverecommendedthey recommend it very highly I have toM several people that if they would take a bot tie of I tr1lna and could then eandidhMYnot payforMr W P Peterson of Morris III says r was nearly dead with catarrhal dys pepsia and am now a well man better in fact than I have been for twenty years or moreSince I got cured by your Peruna I have peopleIf ac tory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Ilartman giving a full state ment of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis TheIlartrnan M built to make but 30 knots It is not believed or expected that the Bailey i I can maintain the record speed for any length of time but the test showed how f swife a descent upon an enemy the boat could make in actual war The engines worked with remarkable smoothness and evenness and the board of naval otlicers conducting the trial were stir prised that the vibrationi of the craftII was hardly uotiea ltII i INAUGURAL HYMNii Frederick n norton Seta to tail Holmes Pncnaolrctduua Our Queen A letter was received by Frederick R Burton the director of the Yonkers Choral society on December 29 last from Washington asking him if he could write a selection to be given at the inauguration exercises The let ter stated that the inauguration com mittee aimed at the unusual accomplishment of securing thorough Amer ican music with special qualification for the occasions Mr Burton selected Oliver Wendell Holmes poem Feedon Our Queen as his text The tvori s were com t pleted in the rough then touched up mailedand sealed on Sunday just two days after the order had beenfgiven to go ahead tr Mr Burton has just received his reward A letter not only accepting comphimentingthe I stating that it is just what was wnntIeel has been received by him The I further information was added thattt the selection has already been as signed as the presidents greeting and f I will be given by a full chorus andor f chestratir Making KlRnrra Interesting The census shows that the tJnited States has 162115 mules Their cars says the Chicago Tribune if placedend to end would reach from but the cenii BUS experts never condescend to make I their figures in terestingIR 011 for Comlinitlon r suppliedtolar per barrel About 100COO barrela month are used ay t f C f i ss teor nty crat Jr W- Sheriff e action jn April ce GEouoE t+ t for the of Jonnty sub rimary else 1901 Joounce Mr F didate for the Fulton county jf the Democrat 901 T CLIRk to announce S 1- ridatefor reelection- Ii county Court Clerk Democratic primaryncld April 6th 1901 r sized to announce Mr i j M a candidate for the nty Court Clerk subject y a of the Democratic pri held April 6 1901 JKD lorizad aa a candidate to announce for Ijuntr Court Clerk ARCIIII r nocratic 1901 primary to be J tuthorized to announce W M I as a candidate for the office ot ty Court Clerk subject to the n of the Democratic primary to eld April 6 1901 rORCCUMTY ATTOEN1Y are authorized to annonnce Mr vXMYYthe office of County Attorney sub t to the Democratic primary to be Id April 6 1901 FUK rrI are authorized to announce MR Jo oo pox ai a candidate for re election- i the office of Jailer of Fulton conn r subject to the Democratic primary 1 jbeheldApril6 1901 i are authorized to announce Mr W Thomas aa a candidate for the of ice of Jailer of Fulton County sub ect to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901I FOR ASSESSOR I TG are authorized to announce Taos i 1 B LAJXOM as a candidate for the of tics of Tax Assessor subject to Dem ocratic primary to be held April 6 j 1901 7o are authorized to announce Lirriir- WATI0Ic i as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary tobe held April 61901 Ve are authorized to announce A W CORUM as a candidate for the office oft Tax Assessor subject to the Demo cratic primary to be held April 6 1901 Ve are authorized to announce R A BRown n as a candidate for the offic of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be heldI April C 1901 Ve are authorized to announce Bon HBXDRICK as a candidate for the of face of Assessor of Fulton County sub ject to theDemocratic primary to be keld April C 1901 j I OUMTY JUDGE 4 4Ieare authorized to announce H1RA I KEXBBT as a candidate for reelect tion for Judge of Fulton county court i subject to action of Democratic pri mary of April 6 1901 care authorized to announce J SIAMESE as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 x fe are authorized to announce R St MUBRKLL as a candidate for the office of County Judge subject to the De l ocratic primary to be held April C 1901 r K Now ON HAND We have just received a fine i t i the Sabbath Library Call and e these excellent books at 5 cents eachI r WILSONS Bo r STORE t- ii- rr i Mi r 1 4 f fd = =u m H i I i l4Il4Iii ri prIeUQaerweart muSlin sale j i r to introduce our new line of Ladies Muslin ulllltrwlar- Jm noW until tare 1st of MARCII positively allow lO per tion on any garment in this lineSEE our big show win ityles andprice We show the best and cheapest line in ies- is ill Gowns Ladies Gowns fine Cam bricEmpire sty leltand somely trimmedwith Lace anti Embroidering regular prices 50e to 5250 for this tale only with 15 oft Ladies Muslin Drawers Ladirs Drawers fine Cambric and Muslin Umbrella shape trimmed in fine embroidery and lace regular prices 50e to 8100 for this sale only with 15 oil r i GII yEW SPRING GOODS 9 We have just a new tline otILACES GINGHAMS WOOL SHIRT Gilt and Riblwn ends Spikes as 1 Jew l Buttons fur I II and Personal IFrw h Oysters always on hand at CaruthtruHrr D Faulk and MIKS Joie arc ilihn in Troy Mr A P Shirley of Louisville spent Sunday in the city I The Ttnucwee Legislature hu adjourned to March 11 to give the Com time to visit and the State The members of the llickinau county bar lat week elected Judge Tom Bullock special Judge to bold the Hick man Circuit Court Judge Robbins be tug absent in Florida ieYon will profit by reading SHAWS I ad on first page Aa enterprising Chicago firm In ar ranging to enter the canning business on a large scale The salmon industry in Oregon bus supplied the East forI years with an inexhaustible supply of food The Chicago firm will substitute Louisiana catfish and feed the producttThe Columbus Critic and the HickII man County News claim that Flatt is the Democratic nominee for Representative from Hickman and Fat ton counties whilst the Clinton Dem ocrnt halts for further In the parlance of the heated partisan he whoedouble it damned But may be the Democrat wants the other fellows to wash their own dirty linen if any washing is needed International Stock Food will cure Hog Cholera in iU incipient stage to Mobiles Mardi Gras Car niral on 18th and 19th have a grand treat in store for them as it baa teen stated most positively by those who Itare in the secret that the pageants both Mystic Military and Naval will be precedent in the of The Mother of Mystics Two modern beeFn completed and will be able to accom modate an unlimited at reasonable prices Very low rates are in eflect for this over the Mobile it Ohio Railroad SAMPLESmI HAVE JUST RECEIVED a nice fresh lot of Carpet Samples and can I ruruish Carpets ready made to tit any soom Alf new patterns- n ALSO have some Samples which stock is closed out samples wit I Crake good rugs and will be sold at cost 6t H C 0 IiII i1 Ladies Muslin Skirts Ladies Under Skirts fine Muslin Umbrella shape deep ilouncc trim med with insertinguul Embroidery Regular prices 100 to 175 for this tale only 20 pr c- tIon Muslin Corset Covers Ladies Corset Covers fine soft cambric French shape low neck lathe and IiregularIi I received IIWHITE GOODS EMBROIDERIES NEW WAIST CJODDv Silver Dvs trimmingsEALTZERDODDS EALTZERDODDSHI JILLocal examine Institutions hungry information Visitors February Without history number occasion These AMBERO i i i INTERNATIONAL i t I STOCK FOOD i t i i ilIi TTUB AflNtT B i rA R I I I y clogtU Three Feeds IIII For One Cent I I ShoatsHogs rj from 30 to 60 days by using INTERN A l TIONAL STOCKFOOD than br another I method of feedi- ngInternatiollal I I i I I i Stock Foodl i i Prevents log Cholera 4 III iI It prevents Hog Cholera by being aIr ii stimulating tonic blood purifier an t general system strengthener When this I is attained your hogtf will not have CholeraThese j Practical act I 1 Explain the immense sale of this won productIt good for horses cattle sheep hogs colt calves lamb and pigs It is used and endorsed by 500 i 000 farmers Sold on a positive guarantee t i bII I J A MCCLUREII 516 Troy Aye Hickman Ky I Orders Left a- tShaws Dept Store will receive prompt attention j I WIlE you want a physic that is mild rand gentle easy to take and pleasant iin I I effect use Chamberlains Stomach andii Samp1esIi windShawT J 7 r r44 r 1 x iiI Our5aie S 5 ould IrterestYoLJI We bave the POWRR- To make the PRICE a Aidwe make the PRICE A POWERII s so A = hoesLi 10 justhen1 essarv uut s a ry1Yia an+Tkblo0nK91Frcrir S 7a14aO01 1nt8WIMh tYon cant afford to miss this opportunity an offer ing of Fashions latent stiescilll novelties Every one t of them a bargain Supply your wants 110Ver make every Ipromise good andl give you superior values a- I O1 YiMS ii 43NS7LtVfJJm ilX726II 4I- d An Jjlega htt Lax i a + AY SHIRTS ii- RUCDdo50e7 ads 6 an To keep Olllifeet warm and dry no matter what the weat11I is worth a great CcIIrijC celebrated Water JillJ Slrocs will do all this 11oil4 knoy veIl fittin shoes you will appreciateI our line 1specialty we make of durable well made nice looking Overalls Jumpers and work Shirts for the labor BIg man Our announcements we live up1 to show the Goods Ave advertise and sell themt at prices that satisfy our customers u nor t J v aroma aprvso ln mtrlacr ecvsmrac he Wn rnI KQn ucky Plonrr ouaeJE t nilhen t I I i i Ir SI4V V se eo ea G a IT IS THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Good and fast n MV but the needs g on just the same and when one buvs its n ltl1f1 t1 vvit b nt viluesthe satisfac ItOr1 scrvice ivin kinl1 of gI lilyl f tl Mien ltd uatureis much the satii3 in this rasp act a+ in the firs century This is a NEW CENTURY FURNITURE STORE 1 I Where the prices always twingnt worth wlierc the values 1m always the most pronounced This week its OAK SUITES I finishes the hest newIeconomyofGiD- s STEPHENS SMITH 16- I 1Q 8 O 8t itG Ruckleus Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for manvlous tolion Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tet ter Sat Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 2oc at Cowgill CowgIll Drug Store NOTICE TO FILE CLAMS IAll pesous having claims against tho estate of D Reid decd are notified to I March 1st 1901on or before ortile same i they will be barred I B T DAIS Admr 14eow1 NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons having claims against the M tate of Zion Austin dec d are uotifi sate tile claims on or before March 1st lUOl or they will be 1g1 Isowr q barredII CITY BARBER SHOP To lieitoyotpatronago trylugbarbers R u CALDWELL WILL ROWELL JJno e iodate SSurber Shop In the new Luclede Hotel eaItowel keen razors Well try youJIT R IVY For Sale Dyersbutroad E N SANSOV fi A P OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY LYE JE A TRIAL G wantBlIrkl1llthingrepRiringWalon8 epeihJv Undertakers 5 I a llIaclWRlnntl bfiltlllI reason able prices Give ma ft call C z Shop near the Jail IIFRtnilejr Joe IV DBeaattt BENNETT 4 REMLEY = ATrORNEYSATLAW especialthecounties atClinton G E EAKEE v r Genepa GJrnce Powell Block Clinton St laving purchased the Grocery Stock of r1 J C Bondurant would be pleated tohave all GoodRUl i BargainsY LIVERY STABLEf OPPOSITE R R DEPOT I fj CIo J H POLLOCK Fropr J First class turnouts buggies surrey y CustomsservePatronagesolieited n 1j j f T- u 1 JII e 7s7 x 1 4- I r I nnOa C Local and Personal I = II r Didyou Jet a valentine v I o CliP Best Fancy Straight Flour 3ii i t atELLISO S i IrsLMiss Irene I Troy Sheriff i FultonbrasI aSUBest Patent Flour 34 CO at- 1LL1SONS I Reuben Judge after 1 Mi henry MadridMo I week Watch for rTMILL END SALE beginning nut irilariA Mrs Lou Harper expects to leave il next week for Montana where she will engage m business Ii I I RESIDENCE FOR SALE Apply to Q M T SALMON homeofdaughter a eveningatrlnteruationalj Stock Food is used and endorsed by 500000 Farmers and I StockmenII I day for New Orleans to visit Mardi Gras I i It was Miss Annie and not Mis Em- i rtetPortedmarriedJ tthatL fRead Shaws advertisement ouII pageII The oppotunity to take shares in the Hickraan B L Association closes Feb 21 Apply for shares before that ii dater i r i CSTSee new Bedroom Suites at MORltlS PIIlLLIItII The next regular meeting of the HicK i man Building Loan Association will meet at the Courier Office next Thurs day night 21st iiist Watch for Ellisons GREAT MILL END SALE beginning next Friday The Union City Fair a once fauui and popular institution of this section i to be reorganized The expectation i that a fair will be given this Fall iLSII Watch for Ellisons GREAT MILL I END SALE beginning next Friday t Interuatioual Stock rood does not cost the farmer One Gent it wives I its Price in Corn and Oats r The W C T U will meet with IrII Lizzie Ellison this afternoon at2 oclook i A full attendance is earnestly requested alas S M HumiAUD Mrs Julia Buck and children left Tuesday to visit her husband R W Bnck No ICO Front Street Memphis Tenn and will remain several weeks fjfDimuK iJhairs Tables and gen eral assortment of New Furniture arriv ing daily at MORRIS PHILLIPS The State Board of Equalization is S now in session at Frankfort The Board is composed of one member from each Appellate Court District W T Walker of Clinton is the member from this District Notice- I will sell at public outcry at the Court House on Feb ISth between one and 2 oclock p m all the uncollected notes and accounts of the late linn of C H Baltzer Son List of rotes and accounts exhibited on day of sale W H BALTZEI Misses Minerva and Daisy Cooley Bessie and Alico Allison Ida and Smith attended the ball here ou th 14th the guest of Miss May Farts Al so Tom Gardner of Terrell and Erve Albritton of Mayfield 63TA large bill just arrived of Patent Leather Shoes for Men This is a line to which we always pay special SHAWS attention I In six years of married life Castel I lane Jay Goulds soninlaw has spent 9400000 or over 81500000 a year Good 1 IIr more sonsinlaw of this class could be adopted by the royal mo I ney misers the public wonld have a chance at their wealth sooner Watch for Ellisons GREAT MILL END SALE beginning next Friday The Old Reliable M 0 has got ten out a little leaflet giving the history of Mardi Gras and announcing the pro r gramme of Mobiles Grand Mardi Gras Carnival on February 18th and 19th 1901 call on your nearest Railroad Agent and get one and at the same time find out about the very low rate tickets on i lale I for this occasion with long return I t time limits Mr and Mrs R M Metheny were de lightfully surprised on last Thursday it being the 35th anniversary of thcr mar riage their children preparing a sumptuous i dinner and at 11 sharp they enII tered bearing a nice boiled ham chickens celery pickle salads cane ic and last but not least two gallons of delicious frozen cream Mauy thank dear children Come agai- nFORSaLEFARM e I will sell 55 Acres of Laud 4 miles Southwest of HicKiuau on the Wilson k road Apply to J W ELK ff- a f- i ft t w IUIE= cJ LrnK LrSn Di J Iii I 4 0 Ili QI0 t s J- l EllISON9S0 14l 0 0- II Cut Prices I oo Groceries I C for oneI Week OnlyQ E Made i lug purchase of 1 Flour t1ns week away under- valuei and offer it it O 4 JOe B I gularrt Purity Brand PatentIFlour made tOO J Best Fancy Strtght JICll1 lot + 325 I I good as most Patent Flours I lo IOU DSjj GIl Xl r DISUGAR 8100 t 6 I 9 PACKAGES 1 COFFEE P I FOR 8100 Lion XXXX or DnllnemilI Ierihl8 BARS CLAIGRETTE SOAP for 25c Cash Ony4eA full lire of FRESH GROCERIES of ever de scri ption 0 IlASTI WSLAS1 at the ilewyt GoodsoJJ C We dont want to curryIover a dollars worth of ter goods 11e figure that it iis money to us to sell them 1ont110 yap it iis big interest on yom money to buy now for these roodanest year ims now Ladies and Misses Jackets Capes ulld- olldlettt f e j S I 7 Mace iiv a iltft and offer them at HALF PRICEI S I10 Oil Jack its ffor 54 00 5 UHS and Jackets 2f Ui MILLINERY Have only 3or3 4 dozen holies and Misses Trimmed justIIAI1 l A tnOIler oueOvercoats 1250 amid 11 Coats I now 750 10 coats go at I 695 ToO coats at LOS I Swats About 50 mens Suits J one and two of a kindwere S 10 now 650 l H PRICES ALWAYS THE VERY LOWEST L P W So USONH- ICKMA9V J KENTUCKY j I t i I It w L 11 t IIIISOCIAL EVENTSi i The lastIIIWCI i plants diningimenu was served was blue and gold in decoration11 and appointment elJlh carIttf f interestin6theAter SwivueA1r3Millet Mrs9nfvo1 It I hsEsJAoueIj nisterlNrI i receiving their gnorts Those present were I I Mr and Mrs Ed Pru her MrnciMrs ReS Roberts Mr and Mrs J U Millet StLouisSwayne Ud JMJ1 Ste I pheus Mr and Mrs W A Stone Mr Rod Mrs R MIlor Mr and Mrs II NautneKiugma11MrsINaggie l Jessie Isler Marie Brevard Mabel I Goalder Mabel French Light Faris k tI hawIBaltzer Juo K Dillon Len Shaw C Bf Travis Mil Shaw Wm Helm i I OFIMERIT Collegelmoupon of Miss Dora Smith passed a resolution excusing her from work at the College so as to give her time to make a canvass I ISuperintctdeulIi whom they have the ntmuet confidence IhS to ability to discharge the deli cute and onerous duties of the position Miss Smiths work hero has given evidence of high executive abllifyuf I judgIlUentdreu She holds a County Certificate with en average of g91on nIl the common school studies the highest average ever made in the county She has for a number of years been a fin ftiberof thu County Hoard of Exami jlutes nod is well acquainted with tin VHk othe office The moral iutlneme of such u yoin an i tur Misw Smith over both pupils and tethers will be elevating to the highest dajrree iln consideration of the hove bell the huttilYU1ilils I I iIdevClopukntijI 11 C BECKMAJJ Chrn I Seci I JI J1 M UCBBARU iI JR BKOWN s I R B HltEVARl i I LT7FRII B C RICK j I S K DAVIDSON Trustees of Hickuian College I W P TAYLOR EiCo Clerk Tow DILLON SR Mayor i ALEX A FAKIS M D i I Each tail of International Stock Food contains JJOO feeds and saves iTOO of Corn and Oats ei I UrcrhmeIi Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little worker Dr Kings New Life PlUS Millions are always at work night anti day curing Indigestion Bil ionmess Constipation Sick Headache j laudaU Stomach Liver and Bowel I troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only Joe at Cowgill Cowgills Drug Store J RALPH B1NGHAM- iII i City Hull February 18 1901 Of Ralph Biu ham the porsonator humorist violinist and vocalist who appears at City Hall bob IS under the auspices of tho Ladies Aid Society of Hickuian the Rev Dr Steele says I TheINashville TenuRalph was with as house was packed and enthusiastic Be sure to lot me know when he comes this way again and wo will greet him gladlyREC SSA STEELE DOAlso sayiMay Dear Sir Ralph Bingham entertained hero last night for the second time and tho audience was the largest ovor as sembled in Tiptonville Thirty minutes before the entertainment began we had staudiugIj I Vo desire to make arrangements for semiannual visits heatsl1 ICDGK HARRIS Cashier Lake County Bank sIsI COWOILL tt Uowon1 Hickmaui and A M Shaw State Line will refund you youriuoney if yon are not satislied after using Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach billiousness constipation and headache Price 25 cents Samples free oHORSES AND MULES FOR SALE One lot of good Horses and Mules for salw Apply to J J C BONDURANT tal4RL iV MC II 6t i1 ocaeI ifi 1i WIi I lrii Jl 8f itrj r1fVr I rI J 9 S Jf i I GC DS8III- Dui Stock isII Clean and Fresh I I Xo shop worn goods to work off No such socalled bar I e wins hilt every 1purchase menus a bargain for you You 19 4 1 IilUt go wrong in picking from this stock lines that will as not becniried this spring are being cleared out at a liyely ImtlGo 1 i Womens Manis h Shapes 1 IIPatent Kid Shoes extension soles Cuban heel IWomens kid lace and buttot i Shoes extra futility 200 fto 350 NFbNF you truths and give you IItell rsa vis uavnrraaersm S- Gooii ValuesforS2100 and 2501 IQr TlfY Se I I IiiCE NAi0 SHOE STORE I a Y- I 8 Ecl1JUT2LEe 9- e Croceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hayi Oatsy Bran Lime and Cement0- a y Sye 3 trri Jt rtil nuly f 1111 ri 1 first r ts Gij32ry ari 1no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is GOOD GOODS at FArR PRICES Try m Clinton Street Telphoue G Qgods Promptly Delivered FOB LXE BEST xn CROCERIESI il ry sV Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat e the LOWEST PRICES TO BogelS tTn elkelds 11PTODAIE CBOCEBT t SITTINGS OLD STAND llRESH MEATS Goons Delivered Free rriClintonLI= iDatat iiltfDtO Baars I have four full blooded Poland China Boars from registered stock that I offer for sale Jail at tho Ferdinand Maddox farm one mile east of Mt Iler mon church or ou the undersigned Jour A McCMJKB GIG Troy Ave- Hicki1Hll Ky roo cs A Firemans lose Call iI stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a lo comotive lireuian 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 Bit ters and titter taking it I felt as well as I over did in my life Veak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Cow gill S Cowgill Price 50 cent J r r J J rut1 L 1 l w 1 S w N r I u x s I r AS JOIIKSY VIEWS IT t Mas a egetarianIPas a faith curist John he says hes an IUncle imperynlist Sues a Wagner crank golfIGranpa tells us what he takes 1 Fer to cure his cough Cousin Jen writes poetry Tells us what shes wrote claimsIWimmen ought to vote I yardSoonMen my dogs the only ones Whats got any sens- eNotice All those knowing themselves indebt 1 1Ome1 Cayce Kytt 11- H zjIt T r f V t t f t iiI I JIJJ- r Courier ublibhcr KENTUCKY ID TRY 1901 f find IJ rEjIL JILUT = Ilcr 1 I 2 I I I 1314 15 16 4 r O 21 22j23 r 42re 7 28 so4fQ CURREN TOPICS orKing Edward is+ 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 250 pounds Englands king is a firstclass judge of horses and dogs In 20 years the output of beer in Germany has doubled 1 ofathe best shots in England There arc about 10000 Canton Chi nese in Greater New York King of England was the first Christian to dine with the Turkish sultan 31rs J3 M Saunders Mt Vernon 1 Yhas a piece of Victorias wed ding cnke IIeli 1 gas run 7 to the pound in Spain tfiu England 9 in Poland and 30 in Ggrmauy Thcr 8are 3000 words used alike in Trench and English without Variation in spellin- gIf the whole water power of Ni agara were used it would be worth 1500000 a day TIle builders of the Swiss village at the Paris exposition lost 600000 1V their enterprise Queen AVilhclmina is a skillful skater and may be seen every duIon her private canal back of the pal QCC in the wood I An old armyofficer gays Fred Grant son of President Grant was one of the most unmercifully hazed jnen that ever went through West TointRepresentative IL Z Liniiey of North Carolina is the only repub lican ever elected to congress who served as a private in the confed erate army In St Petersburg late hours are the rule The principal streets are generally crowded at 1 oclock in fine morning Many of the theaters do not open before midnight The total amount of money coined by all of Queen Victorias predeces sors on the throne was 1025000000 During the present reign the mint bas turned out 3250000000 South Georgia farmers are now raising hogs of SOO and 900 pounds weight The razorback so long de rided by northern visitors threatens to become as extinct in the south as the dodo In the early days of this century many efforts were made to fasten hard points to pens of softer mate rial nits of metal were often fasten ed as points to pens of glass tortoiseshell or horn Bull fights not only attract the largest crowds in Mexico but they par the most taxes The four fights given in the capital during last Xo vcmber paid the municipality over 3200 for the privilege The total number of newspapers of nil kinds published in the world SB 42800 The United States comes first and far in advance of all coun tries with 19760 papers and Great Britain next with 0050 Mr Townes salary nS senator amounted to 712 His mileage from Duluth to Washington and return amounted to 2S8 so that lIe will draw about 1000 for filling Cushman K Davis shoes for 56 days Dr G E Morrison the famous correspondent of the London Times who is now in China is only thirty eight years old He is describedas tall muscular of military bearing and full of nervous energy The output of the United States postage stamps at the bureau of engraving and printing during January was the largest in the history Tof the government the total number being 504076615 of which 9501840 were put up in the little book form The habit of drinking petroleum is spreading to an alarming extent in many districts in France It has apparently been prevalent for some considerable time without being rec o+nine and is quite as persistent a habit as alcoholism Though petro leum does not make the drinker brutal but morose there is no doubt that so far as the victim of the vice himself is concerned it is even more deadly than ordinary drunkenness Hohkonigsburg in Alsace the re mains of an early mediaeval castle is to be restored by the kaiser after the manner in which Pierrcfonds was rebuilt by the architect Viollctde Due for the Empress Eugenic Schools on the line of the elevated railroads in Chicago ate seriously in t rferetl with by thr noise of tIlt trains and damage suits are threat eno I Ten years immigration according It6hf emus ret nrnsco ants up near ly 4oooQiU almost a million more i than the entirepopulalon of the na ttign tti its birth i i- r z t II SALOONSRAIDEDIThe ists of Holton Kan Was Vigorously Continued MASS MEETING OF CITIZENS WAS HELD The Joints of 3lr= HicKs and Her Son and JIvs Heists Were Closed Up All lluiiorM Seized 11 y the Sheriff and Stored In the ullrhuIIM Kiuptled Into Ihr CiittrrM liy tin Itcforiiicr Holton Kiln Feb 12The crusade against the joint ists which was cum menced here Saturday was vigorously continued Monday at a mass meeting held in the Methodist lunch A cum nil ttre was appointed to investigate the report that the place owned by Mrs Hicks whieh was raided Satur day was open again The committee discovered that the report wns true old the temperance workers again raided the place and compelled Mrst Jlicks and her son to sign a contract drawn in legal front that theyvVOUId never again sell liquor and that the son would leave Holton and remain away for ten yenrs nil r IIttrres Burned Later in the day another mass meet ing was held to consider a proposition to destroy all of this liquor that had been seized by the sheriff and stored at the courthouse A motion that this be done was defeated but after the meeting adjourned most of those in attendance went to the courthouse and demanded the liquor The deputy in charge mode a tame effort to protect the property but without avail The reformers emp tied the liquor into the gutter and taking the bur fixtures outside horn ed them in thShllt making the work of destruction complete Monday night the sheriff accom panied by a posse raided a joint owned by Mrs llnist taking posses sion of nil liquors found there and closing the place up G A DRY TOWN All tf Nnloonn In Tt ixkii Ivan cm old lloiuliiy at Soon Sunn- IiKitty in iinilMM Topefcn lan Feb l2111 the joints tf the citywere closed Mon dIY night The citizens iinule the peremptory order tint the gales be1 diseontinnud by noon JO ulaytJ njjdjM tar ji Is known etiJrtilv M nday iimriinir bito 1w lice Stahl with some of Inn officers made the rounds of the joints and notified the keepers to close at once They were in each cae presented with a printedl copy of the chixeus ultimatum which demanded this Chief Stahl told the joint ists that a thousand men were waiting to march on a minutes notice to close the joints of the city null that they were JiJa class that would not be frightened out of performing their duty as they interpreted it Notices were slipped in tinder the doors of the closed places In onlyI one place did the ofllcers find any liquor sold and this place agreed to close at once Monday night Topeka was practical lya dry town so far as the joints are Interned Some of the drug stores are said to be doing a thriving business but the condition is much different from a week or evjn a day ago when there were about eighty joints running openly all of which were equipped with the finest fix t tires Hallway Depot Hniil l Tc kaniali Neb Feb l2The mil road depot in this town was raided 03 unknown persons and S5 ewes of liquor consigned to farmers cud others valued at 400 was seized iind destroyed Tekamah iis a dry town under the local option law DOWN AN EMBANKMENT ra xciiKcr Train on C t o toad Wrecked Xear CiiarlcMton WV Three IerKoun Iiijurcil Charleston Va Feb 12The- C fc O fast passenger train eastbound was wrecked Monday night six miles east of hertz Every car was derailed the baggage ear and day coach being thrown down a 40 foot embankment The mail ear ran into the station and was smashed The dining ear was thrown from the track but the occupants of thus and two Pullmans were unhurt Let Massif ioldshoro O E MI Smith Knoxville Term shoulders dislocated cut and bruised diaries Soiithwkh oaggagemaster Hunting ton W Va scalp wound TIlt accident was caused by an open switch Home fin Icitv of Aliaencc Washington Feb 12lt is said at the state department that Lloyd firisconi United States secretary of legation and charge at Constantino pic has not resigned but is coming home on leave of absence to which he is entitled The IrarnKnan Canal Washington Feb 12 Senator Mor iran gave notice of an amendment to the sundry civili or river and harbor hill authorizing the acquirement of stiWciert territory front Costa Mica ml Nicaragua for the construction of the Xiciira uan canal Ififf I DEATH OF KING MILAN Tlie I Irmer Ituler of Seri In lnplred lit Vitiiiin Interimlit Will lie rat K roiioliol Slvniilu Vienna Feb loOIllWr Thug Milan of Sorvin died Monday afternoon Sunday evejilng lie received Ailjt 1opovins who hud been went by King Alexander The interview excited him somewhat but lie recognized and Talked with the adjutant Front that lime his strength failed rapidly and the diJIIeulty of breathing rendered further eonversationt impossible- At noon Monday he again received the adjutant lie WitS then in full possession of his faenlties and seemed to Ihave no inlet tint his life vvns ju danger Consciousness wjis retained until within a quarter of in hour of his death whieh came quietly in the presence of his uncle Col onsttni tinevicH and his friend Count Zlehv The remains will be interred at Kronchol a sacred monastic xchrim in SJ 1111 ill Slvonia with the honors due a member of theI reigning dynas ty ItiiuitliiM tit lie lul11 eu Itolif railr Upgrade Servin Feb t2Iing Al1 exander who was at Nish when he reeeived the newK of hiss fathers death jintmedintely summoned the members of the tub lllt to meet at bank where 1 he communicated this information to them ollicially TIll king and queen left Nish Mou day evening for Kclgraile not omg to Vienna The remains will be brought heYc In the nrotlnISkUltnht inn or national assembly the premier M1 Yo vnnowiteh announcing the denth of the former 1 king eulogized his service in obtaining more eomplcte u utile pe id we arid territorialI IIexteiiKion for Servia Although pout 1111 circumstances of lair caused his absence from the cuumitrysaid the premier these services will not be forgotten During the fill the entire ehniu ber remained Mtnnding A resolution wits adopted that members of tIlt house should attend the obsequies in a body at Belgrade The sitting was then closed bv royal deeree THE INJUNCTION SUIT Ihc Will lrolui11 IIu tii nloit in Ih1 ltiilitiiiliirrl s Nintfxt a Itlfoii 1hurdny CiiUMniutti Feb r It is not tx jipittHl that then will he any lfcinidn in the injunction suit before Judge Ilollister till Thnrwlay lJuargu niftits ire still on luiljjf Ifanupn monde n most setiPiiiional sperflfiMon idav lie expressed jrrnve learn mod the militin be ordered to this t y tiituntion I tltfiilis ffainst us too lai riht+ week for us to reach the uplwr courts we Willis u matter of course obey the injunction There firs on our Imrt no intention to defy the courts or infringe the law We think however that lodge1 Hollister Avill deride in our favor We believe that he will hold that he IIIIM no jurisdiction in the case 1 If he decides in our favor we will proceed with preparations to hold The contPttt We umlerstfiiid bat the governor has said in tills event he will interfere Whether wp can re ch the supreme court in time to lU join the jrovemor hIt matter of Joubt BOTH MEN CONFESSED loltii C KIMT mill Alficil I1nlcy CliarKcil With Iliiilifxltiii sillr limo Krom I II Hevell V Co Chicago Feb 13Juba fj Kerr tad Alfred lt FoleyWere arrested Monday on the charge of embezzling icfud from Fleming IL lievell t Co hook publishers Moth men eotifexs to the rimes with which they are charged and to other offenses Kerr was inployed by the Uevell coinjianv as superintendent of the manufac turing department Foley was cashier and made out all the cheeks in pay ment of bills that tune to him with the 8qroValofI Kerr MillsI were made out end mailed to Fleming 11 1evell C approved by Kerr and paid by Foley GEN JOHN RAMSAY Coiiiiiutmlor of the KanioiiM lrlxh IlriKaile During the lhlIurice in Neiv York 0New York Feb 12Gen Tohn Itamsay idlit his residence in Jersey City Monday of gastritis In the civil war Gee Ramsay commanded tln title regiment New Jersey volun teers for three years timid later had command of the famous JIrish litguile He was distinguished for his bravery and was wounded several times He was said to be the youriV est bripnidier general in the anion an+ tyIRamsay was assistant daringPresident in icf Mix Coll i i Crested Limit te Col 1eb 121hilc lirMtninyl i Boric he committed suicide hang iriH1CI BurictVa- sarrested on a charge of = tit rimimllyof are Ill declared that he 1Ui 4S jll nUlntJJ haenattI fixin theI l mm1iL 1 I 11 Jruihioru i or not less than ten ytars inXtlt limit ll1tinrr ft A LIVELY DEBATE Constitutional Limitations of the Senate in Jlejrani to JJev- cniic Legislation TilE HOUSE ASKS FOR A CONFERENCE Ion the Senate the Naval Appropriation Bill Was Passed Early ill the Session Tin Sliliiiiiur Hill Was Then TiiUu 111 Illlll OlMMIpiciI I lie IttMIIII ilKlff uf the DIIJ A Slv lours Sl eeob Washington Feb 12 Monday was n tleld ilny in tie house being by far the liveliest day of the present st s Jon A very interesting debate over the constitutional limitations on the power of the senate over revenue legislation initiated by the houst was precipitated when Mrl Payne the chairman of the ways and means commit Ice brought in the resolution of the committee to disagree to the guhtttitiite proposed by the senate as nn amendment to the war revenue reduction ail and to ask fur confer ence with the senate MrI Tatvnev Minn championed the cause of Ihr house and its paramount rights over revenue legislation Me insisted up- On a division of time resolution und after the tint portion to disagree had ben adopted he made the point of order that the second notion WAN not ill order because till senate in its substitute had imadcd the constitutional prcrogatici of the house The result was that the inein hers were out confronted uith the direct issue rind the house voted to s to ask for a conference V lroltxr Sptireli loiter u the day during time cou sid ration of the diplomatic anil con sular appropriation bill an impas sioned prnltocr sMHih by MrI Sul er N Yclnw froth Mr Mahoi IImm a recital of the rni iillgor a fund of about tlI OO for tilt twm tit of the widows of tin Itiwr soldiers at a meeting IheldiiiI this iity at whieh MrI Suler presided IIcltt la red that after the terrapin mind ec ld ottlesl jfol in their + ork only 1 x was left for the poor purr wid ows This Ktung Mrl Suler to reply at length lie said hI lead no connec tion with time expenditure of the fund to which he timid contributed 17and a very lively row followed Senate IroeecdiiK Shortly after senate convened the tiinvftl YJrOJlI1 t inn hill stis pi11- t l ILr Iiliur iiil vi tin n iiUtn up it act k pjt Ixfuif tilt slate during the rest iindr of the legislative day Mr1 CartVry ItIem l li occupied tin floor thtoMghoiit the stssion Oppo sition Mnat rs itiaile the point ofno quorumI several times and deuian hi mI Jallu the senate Finally this drew out a warning front Mr IIry e chairman of the committee on eom ineree that if senators desired a river and harlHtr bill to be reported at this session theyWoald better not interrupt tin cUlJllllil tee having the measure under consideration Tarn after that there was our lull of tlselOal 31I r Caffery had not eonelidetl hs speoh when after having spoken for nearly six hours he yielded the floor for an executivei session V ZUELAN EXPEDITION 5trte irliiieiit IVIIIIVVM uhhltt of K rltvl rtciiiiiiil Ion of n- iorce In Thin oiiutry Washington Feb 1lie state de partment ktows nothing oiieiaily of the reported organixjition by thee York company ofa military force in this country to protect its own interests in Veneuela With the latter country the United States is on friendly terms and it could not How our territory to be made the base of operations againsti t Venezuela if it should be dielosed to the de partments that these were of hush intent Jut if the Veneuelan government does not make complaint against tIll departure of the reported c dition it is improbable that any ac tion will be taken atloiinl Memorial to Vlitoriti London Feb 12ling Edward re sponding to the inquiry of the lord mayor MrI Frank Greeni respectingi i national memorial to Queen Vic toria suggests that a small commit tee should be formed of members of tin present andl former governments to consider tthe unitt Iter- FreasUrys Coucllt loit Washington Feb 12 Mondays statement of the treasury halanrcs in the general fund exclusive of the S1ViMN 000 gold reserve in the division of redemption shows hail able cash balance HiKJM rudI 74 7U J oiisrcNKinan Shaws Keuiaiii New York Feb IdTIU remin of Uepresentative Albert ID Sliiiv former coinmandorinehief of tin Grand lrntyof the Republic reached this ciJv Monday night front a h- ilrton iii route to Watertown X Y tIill agai + tst the lUl + + London Feb 2lime Cape Town correspondent of the Standardl stys lie ports have been received here from JleJagca bay asserting that the nay ttires of the Northern Transvaal love risen against the lioness Still More Counterfeiting j iI The Secret Serice has unearthed an II other band of counterfeiters itid cured a are quantity of bogus bills which are so I ltv rlr executfd that the average person j i spuriOtis I t ieleetedj S Stomach Hitters which ha many imitators j l but few equals for diprders like indigos Mon dyspepsia constipation nervousness Ic and general debility Always go to rgjiable ii druggists who have the reputation ot iving what you ask for 0 I unit n Variety What i yonr hu banfsfavoritefictionI a I I IlerwnII notice raid the Patient wife whether he prefer li the nick friend story or the detained at the oflite oa busineks rrativelndianapolia lreis J A ricclftloii Kcvrrneil tbpII Mr Dennis Meehan at one time in gun buMiies at t09 Maiden lane New York wrote Your Lotion ha cured me of Chron iif lx7oma with which 1 have been af beinginhyician pronounred incurable Your lx tioii quickly relieved me of the terrible itching and in five weeks Iwaa as well is ever This iis one of many instances in which Palmers Iotiou ha effected u com pleto cure after the rase had been abandoned hy the physicians treating it If your ilrun pst toes not have it write to Solon Iamci 174 Pearl Street New York for samples of 1almtra 1 lotion and Lotion Soap y Nut ThtDr Kurel tear rir that you have been living tou high laud I v It rant be that nor 4U know weve uovt out of that tight lory fiatOhioS- tate journal r Cheap hit Iis to Cullfiirn II- IFihnury 12th mud each Tuesday there alter until and incudiiig April 30th Special MYi Rate Couui t Tickets will be sold via the Southern 1aciticV ouspanjfe Ogden iiid uuMrt Homes tu alllliu1 in Califor nia The rate vvil be From hitago i 3000 from St lLout Memphis and New Orleans 7Jiti from Omaha Kansur City ttc JoHJ Lorrejioiuiing low lates from all other points eat and north I For Iirticular and detailed information pertiiiiiirg to the Southern Pacific Ioui mnys 1Gutesand these pti i rate to Cal ifornia call upon or addrei- C J Xeimvir C W A S 1 1 Co SIS Clark St Chioafio LIV JI Connor C A S Po lambcr of Coiiimerce 11 Circiniiati i Ohio 1 Ci Ilerriutt C A S IV to 711 Park ng laitthurlC 1 1 1L E Towiiltv C A S p C0 421 OHve ft St IL ui M icidleyBdgI 1 rSix plan n Year DidOU ever MOJ to ronir vviat a mil lion menu Muitiplx tin MX irnruiui it llUkVs you ilUM M Ual I i lit art irt what great merit they I jrt jli r ytiir cvtT is 1iJiUII 11 M tiii viiul nifiiuiie fur aver nri liv titer- in i tit Muirv lien TinI AUK rat Iji I knuw a gaud thin Titail of C u ttprove it The ineiiifinv i k the Ifti l ovvt the 1dire nviiT im tj aid i111 bos amid a lib Ix j a vliolt iiniitii 1 n meat fir IhItt kiiiii mai ti I s pleasure lit rvI rrl ineicieI i liv1 u a5ttia It eIIIt Iie Ioki I JcSi I readtme tl llur It IIifgcrablepccpartionrorA Ofli I ij Promotes DigcslionChccrfnh ness and ItestConlains neither m OpiumMorpltine nor tincr lNOT NARC OTIC w- ltapr rOldlltl UllElPI1CJl IIIkrplnSJ1 Sail f aIfirniJradftenKtdigar J- itEiyrrfrt narar p forConstip3TIonl ffi Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP I Facsimile Signature or a aM- NE YORI IIEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 11 t J F 1 I Is InN 4 an ASSlred 1 fLnadamtmoland j piviacelperieaces vhuhavtxcomowealthyingrowuuwheatreports ralltrar cau bo theSuperintendent ofInterIorwho wnl etc ImmlratlonOttawa Noalerrlll 2 11ULyjJyliuomI r 1 I1 DOWNFALLSII Sometimes in winter at every step there is danger of iiSPRAINS BRUISES which cripple or hurt deeply hut at any time I 1 St from whatever C311tCIII cure surely and promptly ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills 1 Must Bear Signature oft See FucSImllc Wrapper Below Vcrr nmnll and as to tike as sugar HEADACHEL FOR BILIOUSNESS I FOR TORPID mITTLE FOR CONSTIPATION fOR SALLOW SKIN FCR THE COMPLEX OK is PriceOzrvavICcn1S I ParolTVcactaJlo wut7uwt tF YAtUe orG I SICK HEADACHE 1 CASTORIA i For Infants and Children The Kind Ycu Have j Always Bought 1 Bears the I Signature t pfe jjj j i j l f e rUse I 1 r tThirty 1- rJ t i I f CASTORIA TMC CENTAUR COANY NCW YO cry vIiNeHRIVAL ESTER I FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS II I No black powder bclll on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In ani iffortuity and Gtrong ohooting qualities = waterproof Oct the genuine t9K WINCHESTER REPEATmS ARMS co New Hate Conn lt 1 i1isCCures IjhSyrupl Pneumoniaand t Oct Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Dont b Consumption fA ReIBulCIvnton x j PIe and 2s cntc i or tears Independence Is ruilInorratIIJnrates Lad lcnccl mall youatlases pacipbleiK 1 4 will easy LIVER CURE a 3tedo ctrcula I IJ3ti I o v cuss tynta All IhE Lolls t Ue0to i r tS r i S JQ L t E I i 07 j J1 U4t 1 t RIOT INST1 LOUIS More Than 150 Shots Were Firc land a Sergeant and Two Negroes Woniulcd SECOND DISTRICT BALLOT BOX STOLEN the Streets Were Filled With Negroes and Some White Men All of t Whom Were blued The Trouble AVnw the ItcMiilt of the Jockeying of Two 1oliticiil Inc tloii In Prevent Any Vot ing Whatever S f Louis Feb lIOIe than 150 shuts were fired a sergeant of police and two Negroes were wounded and a ballot box stolen in a riot about the Second district pulling place of tho Fourth ward at TwelfthI old Lin tit n streets early Monday1 evening i was onlyafterI a riot call hall Limight Chief Kiely with 10 poliee HMIIt anti riot guns to the scene that a st mblance of order wns restored I e n UK streets were filled with Nc- SreeS mimI some white men all of whim were armed many of them i icatejand1 looking for trouble Nt a ballot was emit there during 1the day ic wounded were V i ie Sergeant Qninlivan and Geo- Mf rrne and Fred Jones1 L Xo Voting AVa Uoiie- Tiz e trouble hind been brewing nil n noon When it rune time tn- Ino up the polls the Tinker judges LI not yet arrived lnter the Tin ir men disagreed with the Wells rile a as to the advisability of opening 1 ht lack door of the polling place Or claimed that the other hadJimt t of healers in waiting and if the lhad door was opened these men would press in and cause confusion and prevent their opponents from voting The Noonan crowd claimed that both other factions were jockeying to prevent any voting whatever be cause they said the ward was over wlielmingly for Noonan The judges being unable to agree no voting was- donc That was time situation up to the time of the riot The Flrnt Shot 1lrrd The first shot was tired on Twelfth street just south of Linden 1 Junior has it that the first man to draw a revolver was a Negro named Arthur Gardiner As soon as the shot rang out the street about the polling lplace became the scene of a fusilnde I thy man drew one or two re volvers Judge John J Jlyan ran out from his desk to the street and shot squarer at a Negro advancing upon the booth run in hand There was no time to make arrests but the police under Sergeant Quinlivan rush ed upon the bolder riot rs attcmpt ing to disarm them The Woli OiKiiorMcd It was while he was arresting Geo Monroe who had resisted the attempt to disarm him that Sergeant Qirinlivan was shot Detective Mc irath rim to his assistance disarm ed the Negro and in time midst of ii scattering tire wrapped a handker ehiof about the sergeants wounded leg to stop the flow of blood from a severed artery After order hail been restored it wag found that the ballot box had been stolen JEvery judge and clerk had been at the windows or front door holding tthe fort Some one lead slipped in tilt back way and taken the box from behind them BUBONIC PLAGUE llritlnh Government Doeldes to Xo tic ForelBii Nu tiuorlntt Cnpe Town IIC IqecledC- impe Town Vet 1The govern ment has decided to give notice to CapchTown is infected with the bubonic Plague There iis no longer any doubt as to the nature of the dis ease Another native has died of the disorder three additional cases are announced and 0 persons who have been in contact with the plague viei tims Lave been isolated A tem porary military hospital is being erected Demi nt the Age of JU Stockton CalI Feb lCot Ferris Iornmn who was in command of tn Illinois regiment during the Mexican war of which he was the last surviving officer died here Monday at the age of 04 He was appointed dust rict attorney by President lliichnn iin was the first postmaster of Sac ramento Cal mind was secretary of state wider one of the early governors of California Lincoln re Birthday Celebration New York Feb Carnegie hall was filled Monday night with people t1who1 had assembled to commemorate Abraham Lin ofthe1 0d anniversary proceeds of thetime colnsI birth for the benent of the mrctintr to go Lincoln Memorial university at Cum berlaud Gap Telllu HiKiirnncr Company Faire Roohfortl 111 hcb 12Uion ap t Jlifation of the state insurance de I 11101II I r uslotdty14 1 bets StfOOO i 1 I ft Jnf t I aiftri r1 i THE BRITISH WORSTED- The hnutrclII Aiiiiiiiiitllliin Horn m B roll the KiiKlinli Were Compelled to Itelire After SiiMln litIIIK a Severe Loa East London Cape Colony Feb 11 Details have beet received here of severe fighting at Tabaksberg moun taut 40 miles east of the railway and about midway between Small heel und liloemfontein Maj Crowe with a composite column traveling south west sighted the mountain on the morning of January aI1 He heard firing and kuowilllhut Col Pitchers a column was on time other side of tl1eII mountain he concluded that this olli cer was in action Consequently hea hurried forward only to meN BOllS reaming down and evidently retiring from Col Iilehers lyddite Shells Immediately Maj Crowe nllroupompom to bent on the Boers whoIhowever were found to be so numer ous that it was impossible to I leUlIIIn them Orders were given to return to camp about two miles from the mountain The column rested until 4 in the afternoon when the march was resumed southwest MnjI Crowe was just touchingI theI southern point of the mountain whlnS a terrific ride fire opener from u large force of Hoers who were in am asbuscade on the mountain The fight noon became general The Boers out numbered the British tin Ie one old were attacking theta on both flnnksI rjnnnull r grnpsed the situation mid by a bril liant move got the convoy jnto ac safe position Between 7 and S in the evicting the Doers charged the position and turnII id bout flanks The Iritish ammu nition became exhausted and Mnj Crowe was obliged to retire and alHmI jolt the pompom after the advance party had endeavored to save it and lad sustained severe losses A rearguard action wns fought by Maj rove into the camp where the wagons had beets laagered He per sonally superintended the Jttir mclltII the Boers harrnssing him throughout Kntrenchments were thrown up durII ing the night When morning came Maj Crowe started to join Gen lJlOXt 1 miles southwest The Boers imII mediately reattacked him compelling u him to fight a second rear guard action for a few miles Gen DeWet personally commanded tthe Boers estimated t at 2ilJII Maj Crowes force was only 700 Eventually the British a joi ncdcn Knox and returned to 1 liloemfontein Lord Kitchener has highly complimented Maj roe upIi on the uChiltJlunthGEN SPRUITT KILLED LonIR lint ha AVIth 2nni Men At tacked Gen SmlthPorrlcit at i Orange Caniii Hnthwell London Feb IThe war ofliccil has received the following dispatch from Lord Kitchener the commander in chief in South AfritlIIIPretoria Feb 91he coJumnsii working eastward occupied Ermelo February G with slight opposition A large force of Boers estimated at 7000 under Louis Hot ha retired eastward About SOO wagons with families passed through Krmelo on the way to Amsterdam and very lark quantities of stock are being driven east A peace delegate under sentence of death and other Boer prisoners were taken away by the Boers All the reports show that the nOels are exceedingly bitter Fifty Boers sur rendered Louis Hotha with 2000 men at tacked Gen SmithDorrien at Orauget Carip JJothwell at 8 a in February f fii lie was repulsed after severe fighting Jen Spruit Avas killed hllII Ifanilemcier was severely wounded v fwo field cornets were killed 20 of alit Boer dead were left in our handsII end many severelyvvoumide1 Our movement to the east iis re ported to have thoroughly upset nilc the enemys calculations and created a regular panic in the district I Christian leWet appears to be 1 crossing the line south of Jngersfon tein road to the west having failed I to effect a crossing by the drifts east of Jlethulie Jn Cape Colony Calvinia has been occupied by Col DeLisle who entered February fi the enemy retiring to ward Kenhardt Col Haig is driving the Midland commandos northward past Aberdeen LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE Organization Formed in Kannan City For the Purpose of Seen the Lucas Enforced I Kansas City Feb ItThe Law and Order league has been organized here as a result of the visit of Mrs Carrie Nation The object of the league as stated in its bylaws is to see that the laws of Kansas City as to saloons and gambling are enforced for the protection of homes mild children and for the general welfare of the people Appointed VIeiir Ceiiernl Bloomington 111 Feb I1llev Mi chael Weldon rector of Holy Trinity Bloomington has been appointed by Bishop Spalding of Peoria vicar YicarGelHralHoly Trinity for 4J2 years aim dean of Ploomington deanery for 15 years PiiiKrce Golnjc to Europe 1Detroit Mich Feb 11 KxGov Hazen S Pingrte left Sunday nfter HOOD for New Tory on his way to England He is making the trip for business lQtsouc MOB LLYNCH A NEGRO George Carter Taken From the Jail at Paris Ky lit llnd AMnaiilted llniikrr Hoard AVife Served Time in the 1en- iteiitiary and AVai n Terror in tilt Co in m unity Paris Ky Feb 11George Carter brutal Negro who assaulted Mrs ake Hoard about three weeks ago in dark locality on Second street was taken from the county jail at a ra Monday morning bya mob of 50 determined men and hanged to nn iron teem in front of the courthouse The mode its appearance ut the jail about 130 and demanded admit ttance Kicr refused and the doors tls broken open and time mob surged Jailer Kizer refused to turn over- his keys but was speedily ovcrpow red The keys were secured and a rush was made for Carters cell In his night clothes time trembling wretch was hustled into the night air bound and hurried to the courthouse entrance There a rope was adjusted around his neck Asked to his innocence or guilt he nmii tained silence The word was given and the body was swiftly drawn up willing hands He was soon stran grill the mob speedily dispersed the body swinging with a note pinned on it stating that this was the death meted out to Negroes who assaulted white women The mob was orderly but determined and sure told swift worm The crime for which Carter stet an ignomiuioiiH death was committed three weeks ago Mrs Hoard who is the wife of Mr W IK 15oard the assistant cashier of the Deposit bank was returning home late in the evening wheji he was suddenly seized and thrown to the ground Sill mode a desperate resistance and assailant knocked her down four titles In the dim light she recog her assailant and gave his de scription to the police Carters cap was effected by Officer Joe Wil in Iluckerville a Negro sub rb Carter bore a had reputation and had served two terms in the pent tentiary one for hoiisebrenking the other for malicious mitt hag He was member of a notorious band of Negro thievcs that had long terrorized Paris He had just been served with warrant sworn out by Hessie Smoot sistrirt lau charging him with criminal issault Mrs Hoards little son who vas with her tit the time the asiulr was committed visited the jail and fully identified Carter as the taut who knocked his mother down At hil examining trial Carter was held over 300 bond to the circuit court After completing the work the mob quietlyI dispersed leaving the ghastly of thrill violence swinging in the night breeze as a warning to others EXPRESS ROBBERY The Safe AVith Contents Snppoied to Contain x10010 Taken From the Jlailway Depot Sioux City Ta Feb 11 Prompt and active work by the authorities at Manilla la resulted in the arrest of nun who are accused of having implicated in the theft of a United States express safe said to have con tained 40000 The Chicago Milwaukee C St Paul on which the arc was taken from Sioux City arrived at raining at i0i p m Saturday night The Omaha train was late and lames Sturte ant of Sioux City the express mes stogie did not hurry in unloading the goods and packages from his ear The express safe with other articles was unloaded mill placed on a truck tile depot platform and then Sturtevant and the other baggage man went to the other end of the platform to get another truck load When Sturtevant returned he noticed that the articles on the truck were disarranged and a glance show ed that the iron box was gone PROMINENT CAPTURE IliiNton the Iiisiir ieiit Governor ot the Island of Catandiiaiieii Is a rrlaoiicr of AVnr Manila Feb 11A company of tin 47th United States volunteer infant Iry operating in the island of Cata duancs off the southeast coast of Luzon captured Bus os time insurgent governor of the island The United States gunboat Don Juan de Austria cooperating with a detachment of time 47th infantry captured 30 insurgents including a cold nil and two majors in the province of Albay Luzon Kvidence is accumulating against the incriminated Manila traders who were charged with aiding the insur gents Death of irs Commander Ileeder Xcw York Feb 11Mrs 1Villiu H Iveeder wife of Commander Wil Bail H lleeder U S N commanding the school ship St Marys now at the Brooklyn navy yard died aboard tha vessel Sunday She was a daughter of the late ICr Ad in Clarke Wells Htil mil Plague Cape TownFeb 11Ten casts of what is supposed to be the bubDiiSc plague have been isolated One o the victims is a white person th others being natives A uativu chili- hoc died of the disease flfT SIXTH1 CONGRESS Second Session te1hesenate1 i 01Cohnnhiaparlyott1JoacadcuwDlring billbyformallytheunfinishedHouse The house continued dis cussion of controverted questions in connection with the iiproprrltinnspoke postalemployes mcingMr3Ioody ltStiortpay from the jointStal0 tssailedthemailflHlhhesNewOrleansPUSHanclthese appropriations Washington Feb 7 eJlIhThefo underdisllIssiol1 nilhourbut uuSUCCCSShdetlort 1 redUltand to i provide that expressCOI oftpaekagessent sartionsinmolif31migi ettes and providing for a rebate on mlclition character were adopted An amend ment substituting an income tits for the war revenue measure was re jected by a party vote 21 to Us The bill was then passed The military ltlssedHouseDebate I post ollice appropriation bill consumed another j day It was agreed before adjourn ment that the debate should close Thursday at 1230 p m when time votes should be taken upon the sev oral amendments which are pending Washington Feb SStnntlThesenate had both dayand night sessions Thursday At the day session the pension appropriation bill appropriating 144000000 was passed aHlrta few minutes consideration Thett ship subsidy bill was then taken up i Mr Morgan opposed it in vigorousi language lie asked Mr Allison for nn estimate of the appropriations for the present session and the hatter replied that he thought the ag gregate would be about 0000000 Mr Hale expressed the opinion that the figures would be nearly 500000 000IHouse The post ofllce approprin Hon bill debate on which has consumed almost an entire week in the house was passed Thursday The debat1aovoreti about three topics railway mail pay pneumatic tube service and special fast mail facilities but it bore no fruit The amend ment to reduce the rate of railway mail pay was ruled out on a point of order the amendment to continue the pneumatic tube service in New York Boston and Philadelphia was abandoned The house then took upIthe diplomatic and consular appropriation hill Mr Hillcchairman of the committee on foreign affairs ex plained that the bill carries 1SOS sos Washington Feb 9SnattAuineffectual elTort wins made in the senate Friday to secure an agreement upon a time for a final vote upon the shipping bill Vigorous protests were made by opponents of the measure against any such agree meat even for a date in the indefi 1site future The navalIappropria a lion bill was considered the rest of the Lay the shipping hill being laid aside informally The naval bill had not yet been aeedon when the sin ate adjourned llonseFriday the house passed ISt private pension bills In all the house at this session has passed about 900 hills a number consider ably exceeded in the Fiftyfirst A general pension bill was passed J restore to the pension rolls of soldiers of the rebellion who sub sequentlj married and became wid owed or divorced A bill was passed1 to amend the act creating the Mis sissippi river commission so as t require the meetings ot the com mission to be held at some city along the line of the river At 540 the house adjourned Washington Feb 1lSenateXobusiness of importance was transacted in the senate Saturday House Gen firosvenor Saturday presented a petition to the house gaugcrsinenue district praying for an appropriation by congress to enable themI to employ their vacations without loss of salary Representative lay ler introduced n bill to confirm the private land claim in New Mexico of Arroyo de Sun Lorenzo made to Antonio Chaves It appears that about ten years ago the estate of1 Chn JD Arms of Youngstown bought a portion of this laud paying therefor about 100000 and luster resolution is in the interest of the heirs of that state Iattl Will Sell Her 1 fate AdelintIatti llaronness Cederstrom will1 sell her beautiful estate Craig yNos at auction June 18 unless it is previously disposed of aa private sale Prominent Men Held 1Alton Hi Feb 11Willis L Fair man and John Boals were arrested b3 Sheriff Hotz on larceny charges an Ellwardstvine Fairman is a prominent law yer while Boals is manager of the Alton planing mills limited in Mexico Mexico City Feb 11 Bankers de ny there is any present probability fof thescountry adopting a gold basis isili contemplation as reported in a teleffraia from New Ycnk l II l c pcPP J p Pr c j IIC W iY STATE NEWS PICK= UPSAtQ Q o sfO IYI 7 O6 I J i d 11 A ctC6J 4itYTWO MEN HELD OUTII The Sliotwell lur Conlil Not lgrce- and lvus UIchuredl by t the Judge WilliamsburgKy Feb Slime jury i the Shotwell conspiracy to murder 1 cases was discharged at IJ oclock I Thuroday afternoon by Judge Mor J row bemuse of inability tto agree up 1 on a verdict The jury was given tIme case Monday morning and from the 1 first the ballot stood ten for convic J tion and two for acquittal The two I j men who hung the jury were Henry I Fin ley an uncle of fugitive Charles I Finley who is now rusticating in Indiana and Frank Snyder a Finley aclc herent Finleya reputable citizen that the proof introduced by the state which was purely circumstantial 1 was not sufficient to convict anyone 1 of the five accused Shotwells amic he did not propose to aid in hanging men who had not been proved f guilt Snyder was of a like opinion JudgeI Morrow remanded the Shot wells to jail without bond A new trial can not be held until the May term of court us the present ses lion ender Friday BERRY HOWARD It in Itepoitei hy IIIN KrtetiilN That He 11111 Co to Indiana lie IIAfraid of lie Mildlirr Middlesboro Ky Feb 9Berry Howard of Straight crock who is under indictment charged with omIplicity in the Joebel murder was here over night Howard1 is considerable exercised over the report that GoIHeekham will send troops for him Howard said lie intended to go to Frankfort and ask mercy from GO Icckhnm but his friends say he will go to Indiana He said he mad been told that John L Powers Caleb Pow brother was in Indiana and also that Charles Finley who is a fugitive in Indiana was in the Kentucky mountains recentlyi Fur the IndKeMhln Lexington Ky Feb 11 Uevenue Collector S11 Roberts left for Wash ington Sunday night to urge upon tore president the appointment of Fudge George Denny of Lexington to the judgeship of the newly cre ated district in Kentucky He beers endorsements from Senator Lindsay lKcntucky court of appeals and oth ers prominent Death of Jiidffe KlKbriiKh Carlisle Ky Feb Sludge W Kigbrugh aged 50 of Cynthiann die I in this city Thursday night aboutt S oclock He was here holding cour t and has been indisposed all week He was not able to hold court Thurs day He was serving his second term as judge of this district He leaves a widow and one grown son Two John Iiacetl Frankfort Ky Feb IThe state board of equalization will meet Mon day and begin the work of equalizing the assessments of time various counties The board usually remains in session about 00 days and employs three clerks at 33 per day each for that time Hamlin Fuqua of Owens bore and lames Dale of Shelby count will be two of the clerks Tohacco AVorUn Burned Henderson Ky Feb SThe largel 1plant of the Henderson tobacco ex tract works limited was partially destroyed by fire Loss about 20 000 covered by insurance It will be rebuilt immediatelyI This is the second time fire has destroyed the plants Steam Fitter Strike Louisville Ky Feb HOne huqr 1tired steam litters old helpers of this 0Cstruck because of the employment of two nonunion men on the work a the new cellhouse for the Jetlerson vine reformatory Three Candidate In the Field Cynthinna Ky Feb 11Cireuit Judge Kimbrough who died suddenly at Carlisle Thursday was buried here Sunday His successor will be ap pointed1 early this week Hon1 T Simon and W S Cason of this city and Hon Hanson Kennedyof Car lisle are the announced candidates + ArreHted for Murder Owensboro Ky Feb 11Tas flay for whom a warrant was issued se cretly charging him with the mu i der of Guy Imrdette was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Jake Woods and placed in jail Cant 1anch Dead Mt Sterling Ky Feb 11Clpt 1Pat Punch ex United States deputy 1matshmil died from a stroke of pa ralysis He was the father of Depu ty Warden John Punch of the Frankfort penitentiary IitiiRhcuiiiihn Must linn r Louisville Ky Feb Laughcnbahn who killed his mother 1inlave Maggie Woodward was found guilty Friday night and his punish tent fixed at death The jury w out only 15 minutes The accused was not affected the slightest by th verdict His plea was insanity A Xev Shoe Company Frankfort Ky Feb 9 Articles of incorporation were filed with the secretary of state Friday by the La aster Shoe Co of Lexington CapUi tal stock ScO000 e ITAXING RAILROADS 1 ticMtfoii Its to Whether Thry Shall lie AncHcd for a Kranfiliine tu- lIe Iliia County Around Frankfort Ky Feb SThe ques tion as to whether ds shall be assessed for a flthle W to be paid to the t to the franchise tax pajk the state was argued Thursday 1 ti 1the state board of assessment lam lkuce E F 1ru hut and V I I1tK Y b60- I the railroads and C ge tl Davis of Wood ford Tit P RA tr rcn Simmons of Ke4twho urged that the Ib J eer tOeach county the ainoiui rfttax it was entitled to vwit 1The question as to whetluhj c1 board can assess for former yearw beginning with 1S9S was the 1pui1Qt cipal bone of contention The board will not pass on the question iOCa several days TO PREVENT EXPLOSIONS Jt- Uuterarrerluel Vault for turil11O1I CnnolfiK liiNiiraiice Intros fnt 0- leslmigtott United Lexington Ky Fem 11 TlyxrOun tHilli houses in the near future ThfCCwas forced by the raising of tt 1tTsuranee rate in the city on nVtftMjV of the lax provisions in this rt j tit- he1 lent and Tennessee boa it of underwriters wishes an ordifcytfti Wagei C 11cIliaI only has the lire insurance been W ytte telOil these business houses tits ttpIt gasoline hilt also on the adjoinincj houses thus working a hardship otlw innocent parties SPRING MEETING Kentucky ANSIMIIU Ion AVill Unlit ale Hay Sleet on the lox iiiKtoii Hace Course Lexington Ky Feb 9 Charles Green of St Louis owner of the Ken tucky association race course made tine announcement Friday afternoon that a spring meting of ten days w ill le held here beginning early in April It will be independent of the turf con gress He went to Cincinnati Friday sight to hold ajcon Vrence with turf men Improvements will be made at the track at once There are now 143 GreendJ pation of runners and good patron tage Foil lulu n Well Middlesboro Ky Feb 9A peen liar accident resulting in one death occurred on the HarhurLce counties line Will and Mary Lewis aged T and 10 respectively were playing near an open well when both fell to the bottom Mary was instantly killed by the fall her noel bring broken tree brother escaped with u few slight scratches Calling for help he and his dead sister were ta ken out by their father 1lr Lcwis is a farmer The Shotwelli riiuteil Mail Williamsburg Ky Feb 11The Shot well boys and their confederates charged with the murder of Simon Farris at Corbin January Irt madu application before Judge Morrow for hail which was grunted to all except John and harks Shotwel Bond were filed at from Jt00 to 4000 The Jury DLsiiKrevd Georgetown Ky Feb JJhe jury in the case of George F Weaver charged with false rwearinir in the Caleb Powers case could not agree and was discharged It is reported that the jury was seven for convic tion mind live for acquittal tnomc Dentroyetl t y Fire IVersailles Ky Feb JThe homo of Mrs Uowmer wns destroyed by fire Friday evening It caught from tlm kitchen fine The house wns worth 9500 and only had 2500 insur ancC Stleotl ill Urath Hurrodsburg Ky Feb 1r3Cook a switch yard brakeman was squeezed to death between two box cars There were no external marks of injury Chit need Will tIIIIIIU grantrjury returned an indictment against Lee Tucker who is charged with as saulting Mary Hourigan colored aged 16 Tucker is married To Erect Xevr IltiUdinc Lexington Ky Feb 8 Commis sinners of the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum have decided to aslc the legislature for 100000 to erect new buildings at the institution A Smallpox Scare sJouisa Ky Feb 11The smallpox scare has brought Dr McCormick Vile secretary of the state board health 1to Louisa to make an investigation tsInc is now in East Fork 15 minus from this place examining the cases ethere Kennedy May Get It Frankfort Ky Feb 11It is be tiered the governor will appoint lion Hanson Kennedy to fill the vacancy htIgtlnKimbrough of the IlitrrisonNicho las circuit 1