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and ebmnHy lax 2 33 penalty 13e 1 60 total tax 93 9 G 8 JOtlto1 leto IT V tel- f3QRiQaSiaeldcottafy trax 1 88 ss Wtax a 10 penalty 93e twt 1 r9 to- rtSWw r J H Jackson W a rss ef land rain j piallya IQl1Wst taiY 33t Pen16APJ atUI s 181J t 4 2 toECS S t4vllg Iz 700penatty 6 et7tk5 costs lakbo1a1 115 KMn Snrfi LacVl Iowa lot 0 H val tsJp State anil QOaat1 ta J3c sl rlWrtotaii22i rah4Q00e aelwpl tex8897penBltylp ae 4Ber wfliO total 9091 1 acreslandofi axIpt97cuWctelast ef t t1tuta 44 jpenaltylHHaic eat 1 Sf 7 4 rLtAQ oj l 19UitH1 SOMrseateolJ t 1 IOt tttIIl f1 I 1- y JtVlTW wtcNoFirnkan Beat s i fehetilte1 Ui1rjtrlwiI I Ids Vary t S Ctm leara of iilr Itl valni 300 00 State and county tfct Ioil Mhool AeY a io p salty G la iK ease J Ell fetal 6X46 lAn RoUrts Jfll Urea of laud utd at 91fO 00 State aod comity ti 111 2 MIl penalty 13e t1 iO touil i8 C h I J M Rin o 380 acres laRd valued m II tltOO toete aad count tax 10 61 i aspenalty i pre ll 8et et 1 it totl 112 74 Safety IJnU inc awi Lawn Aocineiioo I 199 terse Ias4Ktat ani eounty 0HII ar ret Btelovp sores etII lend NJ1Oq W Slate aai count 1 JIl to iMaaltr ti pr et 140 j seat 1 W t J8t2- fiuitk it Dwwa1W mtm ef laG I val 1 flK Slat tad toasty tax 10 Cl Ienalt1SfgJ I Albert Scott W fates of lead tal Wf W lState anrf wont tax G 31 pea altr 31c coat 1 SB Mbill W 63 nlBl 113li1 SOI 61tDRarity Titeant M fate et lad tt- l400 I 00 itali aai otiat tu 8i Dtnaletvt I lantoTal 70i ff i State aa4 wanly tax 4 05 ackool tax in distnot at1 74 Deaal 0 Pr ct I8 egst 1 At total +6 Ut andteRS4 ty tax ft 76 collage tax 1 M penalty b1 Nieeerc laail tal- tottnty1r tax pr cylQe tat 1 K fetal S4 86 J 1111e 1 rtrt lee raft I tax i ftF J Wime 1 towm lot I8 H 2 21 III iet1tMxt COLOK1D TAX IIAniesMBI j ft 02t 1 Amr Carter 3tewa li totkl tn f2 J II Ean CaWfrtU 1 t+ eltl tad tax H98X 7 ern iitAa bit ttt I tiQwrgetagltAt US i 1 t 18llntet rll1l tewa lit tetel 1 tuI1tBmbc Yemttealhert kilN i town lot total tax 4 41 Pt1tit1t heirs l tow r lot total tax 1 09 Ntele 1 laps let ttl1 1- t e I ttx D r jj tY1 Jofcnron 10 acr of lend nrd tJX town ioJKxtal1 tux f i tu111irtrtiuv J hirn 1 v total tuS I 11f+ Fuuyr Lnr1 trot c1tt il1 u L f2 Jn w7nftYi telca latti iItal i fa XOiJI ltill G4t kJI trll iw fj 4 tatOi1ICu I II hlsn llt w11 Il tdl tll1 ltt 4 tobl Lid lJli 4 town lou t tai Ux 0 S3I WiliUieu 1 twwn M ttl tax ICd Mlswa 8 tuun JKJ tot 1 j W lButs Wlier InU lard total tax 1 39 Tow If rticl 3t town lutt total Ux 4 41 CAYC1Z P1UECIXUT l totIa1J totyal1 totdl ll tottyto1Ii1laxBIDGReG L Darnell 160 acres of land tot hz 8 89 4MM total tex 6 07 J T BTUBILXMXLD S F C lesiarkak Cart I RlieumaUI From tke Tindicotor Rutherforda Vindicatorhc withthej First with rheumatism in the shoulder I from which lie suffered excruciate pam for tea days which was relieved Bultatm realizininataei very short time Second m thrumtism In the thigh joint almost pros rating him with severe pain whichi rubblDt painFord A M Baw giate tlae Kf II- G b II I t I RIarI1fif i f fforrtvtt i f t tsI i i IjjIJ1eI j hr hi Fllutlttel n r II i il to the Li ii t 11 h1 I tos jlinn the iiv t1 IliaulYtlIVst of rile till following dc riUd re i c ItassesitKl in thtr ntjLes of tu ftiiloxvinx parties to wit Two dollars 1i5 lulu alt each cat fur coy s HgoyI R II Smith W II lot No 18S4 S7 80- T P Weiiner U A Xcs 22 to 27 Sr2 A G 1Vetb1i1 H b 0 Xo llea 51 26- COLORLD lLIST- An llrvwrt E IIi25725 34 12 COKmilyO1 Nodl215 07Geo25John20 Jerry Sanford E H b 4 Nos 203 Ol+ 83 81 Frank Smith E H b 7 No 207 91I 25 4al92 31t4l Cal Williams E II of 1S6 187 198 4 25 Ohas IWHson E H Nos 2J7 to 244 512 21 TOM Dn totJtt Marshal W J BARRY CO t AT UUCKXEUS OLD SlUH WillorderIcpairw jTSgALL WORK GUARANTEED WILL BUY OLD t1UGiES toeal Meninfi1 E t e 1 hayb1 retnrnod after a visit fo Memphis ten 0y Sliiternalionul Stock Food iis sold n suUsXuj JJon Henry CJror e of Gnsvos county is igun a cauitidiru fjr state Pri on ll Comtni iuis TIn eintiunwl Slosjk Fond is n sure jjuard aysiust Hog Obolera tcLouis W Salmon and Leona Svvet yI Iof sectionsdwere married list Thursday The corn crib of Mrs Emma Moore this county vus detroyedby tire on rh9I 0th inst lows about 1120 bnslulfi 1l1 andAnintHIto I tiotoSpringbride All work must give satisfaction i il tf Tne lookedfor line of D j Goods and Ltdiesi Furnishings M 1 ginning to arrive at SHAWS I Tom Cole a negro found guilty murder has been sentenced to hang i i 1 leKuJhangingwar O tl thelI county retort the growing wheat as looking badly caused by the unfavor able weather of the winter so far They have hopes however that it will come ont sufficient to make an average yiel I The State Agricultural Departme- has dnt received the annual supply of sprin garden seed for distribution over the state Commissioner Nail will send the seed out to the farmers through his cor respondents in the various counties Shier and While Wyudottei The beauty and market Breeds Bred tor utility Eggs 150 per 15 1260 per 5JO MRS J WJOHNSTONMnyHcld The Episcopal Lenten rule iin thit the forty days of lent are days of fasting on which the church expects such a meas ure of abstinence as is more especially V saris d to extraordinary nets and exerclsll and devotion r OQUGH MEDICINES COllI- II CURl CuLL r seI IALL KINDS AT I I CowgillsI9 STORElie ontA fUrrible UMtbreak Of large sores on my littler daugh scaldheadMorganyBack1enIIAmlC Salve completely cared her Its a guaranteed RheumPimples20 cents at Cowgill 4 CowjaHs I 8aok3toro Y Spltndid Selection of NEWI BOOKSSWTlONEfiY SWTlONEfiYJKfiTIONS Call and 1M our Stook EYrJ4 biuiup to date 10 MARY BERJNDKH 4 Co 1 9 zh 1 Yr + r r T s v 1 4 The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARKEX Publisbcr HICKMAN KENTUCKY I u = CURRENT TOPICS The Carrie Nation habit seems to be epidemic 1 HTherlsabout t0 n minute a m ir Evans celebrated his if birthday a feVidavs ago J r ki tv 0 Boston coppers are ordered to lia D shine and a shave daily There will he no colored men- the in next house of representatives Canada expects a population 6000000 in its census returns nee yearA cubic foot of cork neighs 15 pounds the same amount of oak 03 poundsOn average 40000 people Ire staying in farts hotels 4000 of whom ere foreigners Out of 4200 plants used for COT mercial purposes 49 are used 1 their perfumes There are 72000000 ethic miles water in the Atlantic ocean 141000 000 in the Pacific 1J Two thousand bTIlIons of air are a prownup persons allowance f twentyfour hoursy f tjC theIheavier titan water12 4 cJveenaSOOnul l2 409 theaters out of a total of 1934 in Europe and America were burned In Norway vaccination is not com pulbory but no unvaccinated person can vote at an IcetionitlAn ounce rof cabbage wili give the consumer 10 foot tons offeritirgy an Founce Lb A commercial estimate of ti rranborrycrop of the United Stat for 1900 places it at 189000arrelsJ- 5usKia has 900 newspapers G many has seven times as many end England four times as many JT N Gray secretary Houston Manufacturers association estimates the area sown to rice in Texas 3900 at 60000 acres At ijehoenbrunn the Austrian Em perors palace is the finest colic c lion of orchids in the world urntn bering 18000 plants Ors 172 miles of its line the St Gothard railway has 324 large bridges rnd lOGO artificial structures T line cost 330000 a mile The empress of Chinn is said to carry with her 3000 dresses when she travels These till GOO boxes and ureIItaken care of by 1200 coolies Elongated car lobes arc considered n mark of beauty in Borneo Girls with this feature reaching down to their elbows are not uncommon t As a rule the consul who saves money outside such prize places as London Liverpool Paris Hamburg or Jlremen is viewed with suspicion by his colleagues 4 The inks of ancient days were much like black paint end on account of the large quantity of gum used in t l adlthough embossed1 The buzzard is a fast flying bir 1 t it one that waS recently shipped from fortheceeding1 in making the trip back ho- ii in about four hours 4 D A Tompkins of Charlotte K C stated before the United States senate committee on agriculture t1 about 200000 barrels of refiiwl c- tonseed ot oil are annually used in thefI+ manufacture of oleomargarine Karl Keffer Jr of Charleroi is the 2 youngest managing editor in Penn I 4wania He is but 10 years old His paper is The Bubble a fourpage beY come one of the most popular of Jot call journals A landslide occurred recently in Switzerland An inn and its garden w and outbuildings slid down a hillside 1 1adistance of 35 feet without being tt In the least injured Two stately tree in the garden were also mo without injury The most ancient and most noble1 order of the Thistle is the smalies- greatthree orders of knighthood longesrt in point of title It consists of tIll rinices knights 1 A strapge custom is followed Mexican farmers They use oxen of t one color in the morning and an other color in this afternoon They do not know why but they ha that it must be the right thing ta do because their forefathers did 0Willis McDonald the eleven earpayold son of Judge William McDonald of the superior court of Whitman county Washington claims to the youngest court bailiff in stR time acted in that capacity in timeCape gfood record for keeping order llldma D 18 itedigiilty oftfie coitrt A number of Yale graduates sug est that that univeKity place a I1 memorial window for Elihu Yal the church at Wrexham Wales neat which he lies buried tof A tunnel 25 miles long reaching a 1depth of 1SOO fleet below sea levelel it planned between Vaqueros ba Hpain and Tangier in Africa J would be the deepest in the worldslIt is said that Prince Charles of Denmark the second son of the ash crown prince will probably li alter live in England as both lie iir niter prefer that country to t- iit eirJ nr 4 a t MAY BE LYNCHED I IdaJ Finklostciii a Yoiiii School- Teacher 1 Assaulted by a Xc- gro Near Terre Haute IS THE HEAD AND THROAT CUT1 dThe Girl Rnn Half a 3Iilc to a Farm StroawinrvProm Her Wound Voll Annl Olliiero sold ilea AVIio ofltnr n lately Goad UrllII1I Ctof Ih4 Pitmi Ari Semiring I he tumitrj 3 Care Haute led FtbIIclnFinUlestein used 211 years a x hu I liNuluT while vnlhiny through a IlonelyI strip of woodsy late Monday afternoon on time wny from the sihool totetr ItlI I I t ot TrnI Haute was ns nilud by nn hfback of the lutid anti rut her throatt iverinjr the windpipe After the diwtrdly assault Iii 1 linora n thihrtime blood streaming from he r t+ unn and fell niiumisrioiiK on thx door rstep- Divil it 1tiv hour ltrrShe Is not txpwtcd to tin and ofIficers and iwu who have a fairly gol H- ItfsCIiptioCf the Nerro Ire xominir the country east of the city armed i with rvvoltmrs null shotguns A lynching may ns ilt if ththe assaulter is cuuciit AUsii ILnklesttin lives in Torre lluiiic and has lnvn n student at the normalI school tile i iL I brit Ites I Uesi censed It t the terrible crimei I atr11 oclock Mnmlriy night at tilt Union hospital Several unspwt haws bet n assisted and public ftvlinv i aroused to n high idleli mainTint in I support of a widowed mother witbIsix children S Devenpeddler was nuirdereil in a saloon at Hymcira n mining town FIRE IN DETROIT GelI niiheUclnll riaiio nnil Iliinlciil Ilrul- ei SiilTer lliuvy III Detroit lilh Ftb2tJ horthII 1 oclock Tuesday morning a th thstttrtcd1 building occupied by GriniuII liroK wholesale and retail piano and muII steal mercliandise denlera 221 and 2lJII Woodward rvpuuennd in an hour tI Ilbithird anti fourth floors were wflnplete ly burned out Griiuull Brut a state agents for a number of time man jiroiniiiiMit makers of pianos and ried a stock valued nt 10uK0 The insiinincc WitS 611MX loss on the stock is estimated at fAIINI a that on the building w hirh iis owned by time Wesson estate will fully eql that amount Tuomey liras ilealcrM in Indies furnishings the tenants third store in the same building and carry a stock nhtt 2iM00 The loss on this is estimated oIf fully SO per cent meMORPHINE PILLS I Two Kittle ire lUUiKlnir Ill Lice For sltuly Ale Ilve of lh lnii eatloth Are limit Ilftsbunrli Pa ht bIt11IartthaImrlI and Florcnci Spangler aged 3 and years respectively daughters of I Arthur Spanglcr air brake inspector of the Fort Wayne railroad luringl short absence of their mother Mon day secured a hoe of morphine pills and thinking they were candy ate fin01i1UJt quarter grain pills I childreu suffered greatly all day and in spite of time efforts of four phy sicians died Monday night IIlneK Jnok tit Siring elutCnlta dttdate for the execution of Tom KIt1ll11n better known as llack lack tvh juLband of outlaws torroflel i lilyIby territorialI ISIIJlInwcourt for March 22 Although cased of several murders sari ut felonies Kelchuni was only tried for the rohlr t glbyterritory iis deathjMlitern on n Strike 26TheCott SOO employes of the Dolph Cual Co at 11on1itbecause the company had filed toofthe 10 per cent iincrease htwagc toL number of its miners as age ecd QctpbebrtimeOllie1h4 IliiKTiie in Cniv Tovu Tottn01ChG Thus far 31 cases of bubonic plague lass been re r ported in Cape Town including six Europeans There have been six deaths from the disease one Kuro H an being among the numlxr It i stilteun der treatment will prove fatal Hot Iron ill the Iliil Pittsburgh Pa Feb rFil caus If by heated irons tit her feet set fire ghrItny 1 hilt to will recover 1 LntployerD Iheutteerr Iliannfacturrrgrid of I staves was shot and killed by Cu ul1 e u young man in liis employ J IN CONGRESS Itrnl Slrnartilr for Inmilnr Ifltlda litiit llotcuii ii the Seim 1 Miilil slxkliin 0 Wnshinjrton Feb tiTlie real sriiggh for insular legislation n t t biff version lujran Mundny itl the Mnate Time army 1 pIorilloH ibill was under eonsideriit ion and the Phil i COUadditimltea ottered rind time sreneral debute on times propositions began I EaptXitiot1 developed on till democratic side bejfinniinr with a point of ordur which time senate overruled and followedl with speeches by Senators Ttllinaii Horrptn1h4by anther 1iI r Spooiur who jtofnttd out time iifeexHity fur the Ilegislation Senators Vest Ilonr Kjuon and Uaw linx offered amendments tondhi tob thue Spoower cimenilment Senator llorj nut inaile an extended speech severe Ily crhiiixiii the proposed hglsla tion An Men ing session was heldi to allow time to continue the debate DoiiiK in Itie lions thte n ut twot tntth Ship sod two cruisers which were in tlio ulIrlvtl j prsstelult senate had rejected iliunuul apIspeals i the tOIl flIffS tile houseI Mondiy1 ond1 lhy n l hitsm jority to Jiyr e to 1 the senate aiUtud nint strikinir out the authorization Ciitriuiu a iion of the appropria lion committee eont ributed largelyI I i i MtJlthit PartialI conference report on the naval m hill was a sr reed Ifo and the hilll vent bark to conference The houst aNnI lli totrthe 1t IYjNIha oriimium of tier to ailjut iente the claims 1itited Stalis ciiicits n Minst Spin tissiuncd by the Inited States under the t rut of liriis mast lrfore ad journment Mr Tuwney chairman itt the St Louis exposition eouimitite asked uiuiiiinioiis c useut o disagree lo the senate atur ndniciit to the 4 X position bill tint Mr Shepherd Try objected OWN THE SHAFT OPENING Three our 11 Ihefr iies In till- Aceiileut il a lltii Xviir- Clxva liil Xitiu rIivaljik Min n Feb tifhllhers lust their lives in an ace cl at the Elba mine six miles from here Five boys were tiding n car ctvhieh is used in the shaft OnQ of em turned the switch the wrong rl1611rfroan Anoijaboyrr brother oil Site cir iii tit tft 11ri 1Bter shaft rrer tlarshift killing them instant t Tho lOKrphFeitAndreu1Schlukdichs son aged about S years 118Cal thofn Iros IICIIIIIH KIIII Knrnier liillr2 itiiliert liny Smith Center Kan Feb 6Jhewife of lohii Campbell one of the prosperoiiR farmers of this countyl Ishot Jill killed iinlawI 1 ed 1ay off his farm Monday morning nod he went out in the road but cannl to the house Mrsl Campbell told him not to come in the house abutin she shot Day was married to Cnn I cahYllshut they have not lived together year ridor several months j milsENGINEER KILLED AVhile Oil inr the Knvriiie He Fell Into Hie Kly Wheel stud IVns- Cruslieil tit a Icily Wilsonnlhill1Gindosciy 5onie accident was org to befall her husband an tn in a err in Nycs foundry and begged him not to go to work and stay au 1londayLCII andwent to work Monday afternoon in oiling the en ue he full forward and went into e fly wheel He was crushed to I and died in an hourhiUruJI1 lo1111 Guthrie O T Feb jInj I X CushingO1 f nkorIndian Territory dropped dead Monday He served wHh time Canadian ebcliheo given a badge for spec arcrv- Released on Hiiinl Kansas City Feb61S Caih rim Seeley tt lio shot and sliVhty wounded her former husband V A Hielcy at his hunts in this city two r wvkx ago tvas reltfascd truth the bOlll11hli i iiPrankMinneapolis Minn1 Feb 26 Frank Hamilton convicted of nta 11jJ slauirliter in the first degree was Monday siMitenced by Judge Pro seven ears at hard labor in the state prison at StiUwater IojMllnttott of JillXdlly f SbO5IuIideyper If cent since the census of Ifj c CONGERS OUTING I1 IThr flairs of tthe Iteration in sJcidiiirW W lloekhill RT WILL RETURN TO THE CAPITAL 7- rl h 1J lluncr Chan AserC1hatyo tfnrther Dffliculty in thoNpiotia lions is Sow PossihleI lrlii f Ten u rriiuf rinvniir lu tune CtMI Tlltlt lll llninntlrt j a Still TllkiliK llffiiKf rit 5 MllKT Itni Ill rl IVkinsr Feb 20 Monday Jijorning Mr ongtr t IIrltdur time jilVairs of time luited Siatrs hgation 10 Mr V 11 Kofkhill jiarlHulirly thondue of negotiations with tlie Cliincsc pliMiipiitrntiarifv and he will horty return Ito tit Illllftdd States fur a six months vaeulion Americana htrifo l that Mix ar ranjjeinunt iis u nli tuulr r f the nport that veer thing icpririirllli siMtlfd fur ItIIII T iili it his duty to finish tin wyotiut ions sat is luctoriiy Tilt Iri Ito riIr will open TifNt w Hk uulthinI IsIdl andiothers willi boffint Ji II rug Clianc says 1 lie Idsthat tin snitl Oialollrtt ill11In 1t li kilitf Mion as IhlfHIcatilI i riled that lE n troop oi tin Ilhr 1111 t vac iiinif l hf capitnl He ala Its- tltt no furtiirr IliliItu isle ne rotiatioiR is os iulf lieriiinii stud ihlaun IturrniKx Some old nvUiuts here think th ere may be oJlilVnuIfyi iu coniitC fsult with tin ceieiiionin oi iveeiving tie niinistciv of tilt powers by the court hut the uiui tcrN itieinselves do nut antiHjKt in The C ermnn amiI Ius ian barracks for time guards u I ili j irI icspcctive llgntloits will be teiuly inI t mouth Mr lifHhhill MoiMiy ii tended fury the lira time t uieetiuir oii the for eign envoys in iii iiiiejieiideut ca pacity Xo liiiiii of iiiipurtance a ac h usa ttll London Feb Tlw lr iter Tee Srntni Co lax received in follow Injf from Shanghai dated February to Iriuee Tuan Iriuee Ch nig Yu and iII Tung lu Ilsiai r are iHl priti j liana troth Kni ling nbrut in The northern part of tc proinee oii Sban Si report the nuisaere of t t male gall fcruile tiiissiouaries uu iiiiie children who liuve tircii uiiiiig iicUctulx r DRAN i+CARBOLIC AGID I I ray 11ife n r ltunrn y 14 urrnl ray ul tilxriii uunna + ItSniridr ill lhirnu Chicago Feb ii Knibitiereil jnv what she regjirdid as the studied u g Jettnf former friends iiuil her lnis th Mrs I1 O Jray the vxife of Perry 11 limy attorney general Cure republic of Liberia drunk a fatal dose of carbolic Arid Friday night and died at the I Irovident hospital on Sunday morning It was out until Monday that the womans identity was disclosed by friends Time Jrays were married in 11- Iy J separated a year Inter The huts bnnil was sent ill a yyitdiente to get a r t trout the Liberian govern tilt run a line of Ntcamshis nu 110 t iironage between Monrovia tu i ic port to be seleeted in the Initedl Slates IIWlN induced to lel the service of the Libcrian re juiblie and lust year he was elected to the position of attorney general CAUSED A STAMPEDE Stole tin llhPt IylDon nod 1hrttt llntvii ten 11 Saloon tl Ullft Newcastle I Ia Feb 6Tnhn Hewitt an ironworker of this city while lruiik entered a1 niuseiim here Cud stole an eightfooti python Coilig to barroom nearby he caused a stain pede by throwing time reptile down ou teudrrlies Hewitt picked it up out carried it off The snake was soon missed from its rage and Proprietor Hayes told the police Hewitt was arrested at s home and theI snake was found i with him Private IlintU InilH Chicago Feb ICrThe private haul Palmer iv Mayer at Oesplaines a- intl 1 miles from Chicago failed to open its doors Monchiy It heM Itla1world g1II I a II I 0UO belongingi 1f timei village of DC pininesi Kxperi iiicnts with liquid 1 haretcaused the trouble Shot Illiuteir ihroiiKi Honrl IWnsliington Ieb1 7GIfrdrttVoii of Hon lolni W Kern uj In hj tans onlnlfltrdtniridri I MoiidavI night at a hotel here by shooting ef through the heart lit avi 2S ears of Hge 11111l iininarried IJentli of fni C I1nr14 t Waukegan IlI1 Fob tiDr Chas oiicaulet ome a colonel in time Tinted States army and a participant in the early Indian campaigns in the west died lure Monday aged ss yeurs Kljrht IJriMtiied 1 boll fic1tiG = The trawler Cleo C tea has stlmlkoil Iceland1 lighti udr1 I11 t S CaliforniaFcbruarr i I tLueLI i i ucing Iril iJuecJal Lott the vihei tilrntilaiturruaJrtfmPwhfeigoOOO stout St LouU Menii hi and Ntw tts W7 rji flvlll Omaha lisua3 itst t lWI l nunsulii IIrtllIotionlcniliI1CznNtaIiuursuultbrenuetoluiforlinwU11 U J Ximtl fi w A s P Co 3B t L-1ur Chi gQIJjl iif hansberComment Joiefi 1 7111urkQldgs UnetShtidieBldg I f f WIIntIIe GoI rGln r Our fti nd I IDJesdoesbev jffckVsjMUt be a fine liitMUon to ioutmaud such a priiuttv tul irv ter I didnt say that wale big Hilary Tijats hilllPhiladtllhiaPItSc t G nils ran only roitliel free in an atow Iitrrr ol fr cdvlu John tkli Mill i Obstinacy 11ng Unrfefettlij8 Cbiuncevs pecutiatitir itrary if P rtipment vuthi tlt fOr 1SA ulJislunent arulhecameiup quettiotoodilll11 tlieThere011 IJer fdunL111or ftpro to Cjell CreaturettindnrvVr ti ttoatouTramIt1ill It equate to f riTHANKFUL TO PIL1KHAM Letters Proving positive y that there is KTo Medicine for Womans Ills Equal to Lydia Plfnkhains Compound 1 MRS ANt IE THQMP5OiT 111 r nT frruu rramusslo CompoundItwithfemnou and so weak that 1 could my housework also had falling womb and inflammation womb and anti menstrual periods I suffered terribly times my would 1 could anything or work to fordoctorsthmthinktruly it is it Ten Vegetable and seven packages Sanative Wash made a woman I womb since taking bottle I weigh more than I years housework sleep good appetite and life is worth 1 to Lydia PInkhanlVettttublc Compound feel it has saved lift and would it anything always glad to recommend it myaetfor Iknow curedGratefullyArk CHANGE OF LIFE It I taken years ago The Grippe and had a relapse and given by myfriends Life began work 1 flowed very badly a ago then stomach n l 1 + uu U p bad suffered terribly blood my lungs and stomach and vomited it I could scarcely anything I cannot tell what I suffered my head My hus got a bottle Lydia E hams Vegetable Compound and before I had taken half it I began to im Ovcand I another woman mylifeenoughM I r i Elour rGo illustrated cata IIFREE 0 eoMH tbmiINT 1 I T wxer El- L+ n1Ike Aay1llike moot itself ln orII nephew who tJIWhittsubject ak4 rr11elljoinder that I TDont read bcudedI companion doe tt recd it1t S day walking along tminisltr we uliC t withrY1Ndu omal1 dog the sett you ever the biggest + little bob by 1I rnnl y ian like lies tsar 00oilI11 r t jovfttIs I o I me Bertha r vrouldtit I you know You la tell lie do I tWilrtmust LIf Ieta u fir a man I s t MRS E Vegetable Ii I 1 1 r ir ALT IF1TEtl t trT urn L was not do 1 of the of the ovaries At back ache very hard not lift do any heavy was not able c can say dues all that claimed for bottles the Cora of have new of me lease had no trouble the fifth have in can do all my own well have a now feel that living owe all EI that my not LA with out for I am to all rA was SICK five with was up of to me until year my 3 1 the went up in I up not eat with band me of Pink of today am s pave 5 logue ClI5rlI stir IrtS tr done he thistLe An he What are tellssritL p- lu ed what title at of On I PROFUSE PERODS I Itakingcommenced Eltiinkhams table Compound about 3 months ago and cannot express the won derful good it has done me Men struations were so q I profuse as to leave I me very weak for It some time after JWas also troubled with leueorrhoei tired feeling bearing down sensation pain across the back and thighs L felt as though there was a heavyweight in my stomach all the time I have taken two bottles of the medi 5 tltaaIyears Mite LIZZIE DICKSOX BODGE A rlu VUU NYi with the National City Bank of Lynn 5000 who can find that the Iltre testimonial jMerabefore obtalnlDIl the writer pecilllperLYDLA Eo lLKILUI MJWICINE CO WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS 4 and FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS the winning combination in the field or at II the trap All dealers sell them 4 i WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO iSo WINCHESTER AVE NEW HAVEN CONK t e wilnoohtst1111 iFactory loaded shotgun shells NEW RIVAL EI REPEATER LEADERand rA trial will prove fftheir superiority I DrB1II1sOoughI Conquers antiConsumption Croup WhoppingCough SJrQpJ Quick sure results Oct only Dr Bu1tI Dr Bltlis Pills cure Constipation Flay pills torl riIvty cents ruccrettfulP a CUflt ttN t E fAllt mlgh Lttlme tioldbretrnpROq i- tJ c J CONSUMPTION1 r 2d I W p It r xfws6I tiM1Annta rslra- tt tt ras c I I W 1 tNT ON ijlUDEN ROCK 1 t I i i I I t to 7 j i1 I i aii peijanj i bldcn Gale g t i1CO JIt J3 Thought Nealls7 O L 1 polls on uoald JI ft1ath4in the atelII snEHiDO iVN DURINfh DENSE rift OjII Among the PD ere States Consul WildmanWifet J and Two Ch1ren i 1 j 1 They tare Not HCPI Accounted For 1 anil It is caret They A rejAnionc I Those Who ienshcf ill i I- Tlurg Vere UCM Ieiple On llonrjl the IllKnteil VeHKel Only 15 f of shout Have lletu v Lt Aeeoitnleil fur SnFrancisco Feb 21Tbf la II lof rnuI I rn dii a hidden rock while enter t irg the Golden tite early Friday in rnijtg in n dense fog She sank j n few minutes after striking It is i thought nearly IV jierons werejj i drowned but it is tniMKwibie to ascer j tain fje exact iininber owing to the1 rIer At 1 oetock Friday afternoon ten bxvlie had been recoveredI two 1iIwomen one wiUi man and setnlilneSe The most promJllIl passenjj 1littitrrtSzatcsonsnlI i j aecoi anted by his t n and t WIiii child r t Jt is thought all were i I drowned The bluptuK in ojiitufind f rilott Tojjdunt li tjl shE str11 HVi was rescued Capt Win Yard went1 twntvrlth his vessel I jnl Janeiro as follows elt abui passengers 201 second IllinJI 7r steQnige Chinese awU ritpftnIIr Olivers and crew no Total LJII Th following have hero accounted j fo tescued Tl ks the I 1Inr ihe Hl 11t11 rnhflr from Hong Inng via Ilono 7n WHrit she t reived oil the head s i ThurSCay ni lk llit tit d nr f- prerunmg4 il the 1TIinC lUlllilU iHotr Jordanl to bring her foanehori until lie could see his yjy clear through the gateway She ilaifltonintil about 130 oclock when the atmosphere cleared and slit stated under a slow belll toward Point IJoiiha All went well until 5U oclod when site he truck Most of the passengers were helot at the tinge and it is I l that niauy of them were tlipltlt t their berths The first news of the disaster reach 1 ed here at 730 p in mui soon after to 41 bone load of rescued jiassengors t d tdockt c1ispathft11to I be needed but no I icing persons were afloat when the tugs reached tIlt wreck A tillII were rescued by Italian fishermen and the hOdiG of tWOstwhFte womenf j Chines ndi fi1t jI yttlbroughti I for bodies lias continued all day All accounts show that the oflicers Mare thee necessary orders with the least possSble delay of Capt Wird who was on deck when the vessel struckI race orders to the crew on watch to hurry the passen sere to the forward dedif At the same time the quartermaster duty ionnded the signs for lire frill 4 and 1 within five minutes all the men tgt re t t their stations There was nn way ol knowing the extent oj thudanuijrV I illIOIei the rock Hut CnptAViml with the instinct of long experience knew titeii gravest danger threatened the 20OjThe souls in his charge and pacing this deck he gave orders to lower the life boats and rafts There was not miicli confusion un til 15 minutes niter striking titdbow of the vessel suddenlyI plunged under water Then there was a twit rush for the boats The boats had already been lowered and others were getting away as rapidly as the j prepartheme IffromDarltt + Hess was all about and with tit added horror the people on the tioIhad to copeII One boat got clear of the vcsscl without damage This contained ii- ll following persons sirs Yost Mrs 3iplcy Chief En t er Herlihey Second Officer Cogh jTau Frank Crnmp11 Jt Russell Store keeper Horgg Cater Tender D Lane I mllIi naryiI t t t vessel and then stood by to help picking up those who had no tin to get into tlie boats and were fir the water Another boat contaming TJnrd 0 1 lifter JlolltuilT anirr F Carpenter III got away hut was drifted around stcamIII caught thertnallhont curl CUT it i I it II tots The two oleo in the boat ttrr- I uninjured afiYl listen away from th avoidji bipdI Jwhi Tlte fate of Holland is not hatepprlslictV j4lwr of Italian fishermen whojAverlb just starting out saw th- elnktigfI the ilio old hastened to powerlillnrtlI dircetfng the pnssengcrs UlitII I I ittthese nd jumped overboard fSome of were picked up other were drowned The bluest ere v to the number ofutcr a hundred were ter roried Some of thorn huddled in lifle groups ihatterim in fear Jtbers crouched close to tthe deck moaning pitifully Mary jumped inio the Nett Capt Ward remained on Arc until the vessel hid settled to t han C- Xkutthot the water was cngiitit gi him Then he went up on the liridgc and from there continued to iir sift his directions although liy tthis timei the covfuMon was o great thai lien paid aii attention to lhii commands That the steamer sank almost im Mitiiiately titer triKing iis 1 IIJprl na majority of those rescue Some the passengers say that he in instantly listed forward and iiiit in fire minute sheI went hi while others deejurcil flint she sjivvl atloat jtor half un hour niter she struck The coiitlrfon occasioned1 lv sueh an incident iis in tc tine and it i inot snr Iringto find that titter iis a lack of ininimity as to the lengthof time theI vessel remained above writer The ivr Mclics alxjut three fourth andlaliQuShOretlli smoke slack anti A jiori m of jlie upper works of th illfateit laityIl conflict ie storiesj 11ariliTIll steward of the lio sa fLat he wll l eside t tuptain v lien the r el went down Two ottrr surviv ay thnt they also saw fire cap rh to the last ILot lre Wifk Limli n+ l the quartermaster oftiver of a tin ctnplintieil y lnired that t 11 Wanl oiunhted Adni Trion of Itr Mritish majestys ship Vietoria pviinij down to ilietli where he doorjWas one of the tint to soul at rigsarf Friday morning and one of the statements he made wa that apt VnVd had pone down with tilt hisjpforyjttldiEril5irdan urine down from o ridge lie was standing on the 1wllln j the vessel crashedl upon the roeks- Tlicrc was a cry of Man the Ionts j but it was apparent that in the midst of the awful confusion u systematic J effort to Sere the ouhlpnacruger of no avail Everybody was acruiu blinjr for his own safety It was at this time that Lindftirom sats he w1v t aptFeed standing on the forward leek Suddenly the cup J thin turnedl and walking hurriedly 1 his cabin disappeared behind the lyOrf which he closed A seeontl later thetesstl was plunging to the bottom of the sea apt Frederic W lorditu the pilot of the trio was rescued by un fallen iisliing boa owded by Fred erick Castrini mill hst to Mviirffs station about s0ryrim long J withl hint yeas a Japanfc 4 and 1hilip Nueinblaek j iI Villinin Casper of Toledo O was I htnony the survivors who while Hoar I derin in the whter encountered the raft on which vero1K inToiir and a I number of Chinamen Casper was out 1 his bunk undon dwk when the first alarm wa sirens He agrees with JVonj that most of the Mejuners pus stnyers were on deck when the vcs sel1 struck i trj JThc cargo of the Ilio Ue Tnmirn wns valued at odSOOoon There Ij were besidesi 000000 in treasure in the specie boob The steamer itself UTS valued at from t r 0000 to 700 I EXTRA SESSION CERTAIN I rent Ien Tella Srnntnr IMatt ot HIM lJnntCnnrfIt AVill lea I Called to Meat Inrch 15 i j Washington Feb 2ZThe prcsi 1 ent has niiin announced that he ex itdt extra session in two weeks after tit 1 inauguration This time he spoke toJJ fitde 1 senator called on the president to 1 tittr i matter avinathat it WitS important him to know the truth in retTtr a1s1 range his affairs The president tot frankly that if this was so to maJiC his preparations to stay i uet tended callingfa eoifgress togethc- within two weeks after March 4U and title date for titre beginning of the session MACEDONIAr antJlve Tnrltlsli d lit5ctern YVomnIoU In n Ilnttlc ifex VHh llultntluut ightintr ofII1 Turkish troops at a village ne Chevgehli Macedonia lie Turkish soldiers were killed sad several wound e l MINERS PERlSHE II Disastrous Fire in the Diamoiul- villo Call line 2vo 11 at IKennnerer NVyo FORTYMXE HINEKS LOST THEIR LIVES Welpio Mothers Sisters Wives ant1 Sweethearts linthereil Ironed the Coiliryi Working I he Love of tuHI Will Kemli MII Minieiniin 1h ureIin n use of the 1hI i rl- Ihweot InLnntu Sil Il f i it Itlll Iiit a 1 special 11I iKeniiMvr 11yu a t A lisatrnr tits in Ithe I allloudI curl nin N i I late Mondax niirlii Hess a111101 ttiil r elan I IIII lift and uleiil d riul i ion ot Hooters lhI wer MIIIH 11 niiino intouitMd foul all jIHriId lUll lohn nJrnun- ttbu wa orkinL near tllIUllh of i he leel 11hrt ndeison realicdi that the urinei uu s on tire he Ithrew J1 heavy oierciini over theI tlames and reached theI main lead e mpleteiy ex hausted and terribly burned but will1 r iAj1lie1cIr IhCU Oucll liy ltnlnr 4 Ill efforts to reach those In t Hill dl have ttilcJas the flames drove Ithe resellers l acK That all have per Iithrdi lis without question Weepitijf mothers wives and tech hearts 1gathered around the taint AllI etTorts to cello them proved of no aiilThe t low of property willi reach an enormous tiesrruulas IIhe oilieiuls arc reel retietnt the amount and names of those imprisoned art imob tainable I a late hour The cause of th tire is at present unknown The IMllti has lleen plugged at the slab level atout two milts from tilt moot h BOERS ATTACKED RICHMOND the 1 llhcre lv in the entrttl Iurt ol Cjllie Forum Hellili nln- rItUHUI Sea air Tiwn Feb 2ti The Iocrs are tacking the + illage of Kiciimoiid I in t fit central jpart of Cape oiony ami reinforcements have hero db pjiehed from Hanover road De Arr Cape 4 olony Ieb iG len- fcllct accompanied by Mr Steyn reeniss d the railroad north of IKrans ll and viiitli of Oraiiife river a Siiiithty The Orange river rose five feet Sun day evening A hoary thin is still1 falling tool it is believed to be impos sible for time IJoers to cross ihlst ream They err being closely fol1 loweil by Pots Thomycrofi who left here Sunday by rail SeveralI other columns err converging on Gen De Wet Cape Town Feb 2G It iis reported here that Commandant ieii Cot ha with 2WUO oers has broken away from lien Frenchs pursuit in tlie di- r el ion of Koinntipoort FIGHTING IN HAYTI SUiriuKti lletiveeii llnylinns KIM Doinjea in Ihllotierl on lln Northern Kriiinler Cape Buy semi Hayti fell 2fi Villa in tirn able1 skirmish has lak n place between Haytiens and Dominr icans on tthe northern frontier A partyof Haytiens was suddenly atI tacked by a number of Dominicans The Haytien consul at Hajabon sought refuge at Qunuamiiithc Haytii aboutl live milts from the frcjitier The Do minican consul at Cape Haytien ha received orders from his government 1tt to repair immediately to the scene of the disturbance and endeavor to put an end to the fighting and cause the l1at inn consulate at Da joban to be resepctcd MURDER MYSTERY Uccnniioe l iinil 11 lit I In ted llmly of n Mnn l ouii l In u Ilex lrnr linlnllf HI Kaskasia 111 Feb tiThe decom posed and mutilated body of a man about 35 years old and richly clad was found in a heavy oaken box on a sandbar near the river here Monday by a farmer The head had been cut oft and shoved down in one corner of the IScjammed in The man had apparently been dead about three months The back of the skull is crushed in There is no clue to the mvsterv Woadd dcruib outd1 who mysteriously disappear1 ed December 2J and was Supposed to nhhvc been kidnaped was found in till JIorn t hic tdrelief8Appointed Secretary Washington Feb 20 Edward T Williams claiming to be a native of Ohid and recently1 interpreter at Shanghai has been appointed Chil1l secretary to the United States gnUen at Peking Fntnl Futility limrrel- Woodburn Ill Feb 2GW Ihllhfps I i r 1121rrQ11l11l J Wo gave himself up Tttcjii ol JAIL LIFE I111I CmHe lettertoiiaren Deiiitiniliittf llcr teletu e Iappekni Kan Feb 25 Mrs Carrie Nation tiring of jolt lift has writ ten drntuudinbretea5tt want you to quit your fooling1 sue writes nnd let me out of fereIf you cause MgI1Hl1t31 r lerillgIIIi i sorttoyourself before tthe devil your toaster wakes n clean sweep with hellYyou art persecuting one of qptls children who loves you for leSlSt sake Let me out that I may go about my business of wring suchfopoor deviln cointnilsludbei letterdactttaI withdOJuhiatroln IountrSomlt the 1 Iillhsttof Vj will ad mini ttl n coat of tar and feathers to theI official if Mrs Nation is not released hlrtroutDouglassl Mich says We now 1 projKt se if Mrs1 Nation held longer to raise the greatest arm of women the worM hits ever known Innd wipe man out of existence It i our intention to begin with you THE PROHIBITORY LAW JIoluelulI llruowdlntIrv lnfnrt IIIC lIt PJISMOI ill a IiiMt MooliiiKT In ielilta linn Wichita lion Feb 2j A Ipublic mass meeting of citizens of Wichita under the auspices of the ministeriai associntion tc1s held here Sunday andI a resolution passed demanding the en forcemeut of the prohibitory law No specified time was set for the joint ists to close their places and doubt is expressed that the citizejis willi test adopt hatchet smashing us a quitIIi t ugly teini erate and 3000 people trh attended most of them through cu rost rwrc disappointed at its tatnejiess Time resolutions wr presentedl to the mayor county at rotors and sherilf Monday It iis snid that no effort will IK made by these oiliccra to change the present system of allowing saloon to run for city revenue 3FORA lnrire Party if Clerjfynien nisit lllhle StiiilfiilM Left the Tort of Seer York Xew Yprk Feb230n the TCorth German T1oyd steamship Werni which 1left Sunday for the Mediterranean were two parties of tourists The llarger party was composed of cler gymen and Bible students bound for the Holy Land the smaller party of scientist bound for Sumatra to view the eclipse of the sun on May 17 There were 3S members of the first partyFires will be absent for more than three months Among the scientsists who will observe the eclipse in Sumatra are Prof Alfred E Burton Prof George L Hosm r Harrison W Smith and G H Muv thes WITH FORGED CHECKS lniiIi er of u Irnneli Mature Ar rested luirKel IVlth Oltnliii n r toudr Iraiiiluleiitly foar meets manager of a branch hmoii maintained at Woodruff Okla by a SL Louis mercantile company is under arrest here charged with obtain ing 400 worth of jewelry and 600 in cash from a jewelry house by means of a forged check The pollcc state that the prisoner is also want ed at Kansas City Denver mill New Orleans in connection with similar transactions fiiluiie Church Service Mt Pleannnt MfchI Feb 2V Mtt Plensantjs unique church services Sunday morning and evening over the telephone was a success in every particular Owing to the smallpox scare here all public gatherings are prohibited and the people SundayI patrt in divine worship at their of+ homes lll Skull CrnMheil St Joseph Mo Feb SDr T E Potter received injuries in a Sunday that will cause his death Dr Potter was making a professional tllj when the coachman lost control of his team and the cab was dashed against a telegraph poleFite physicians skull was crushed Dr Potter was oneasof the most prominent physicians the state At the Point of Dent Springfield Ill Feb 25Ilion Isaac L Morrison one of the most Prot neht republican politicians in t state is at the point of death at Ii his home in Jacksonville Snored VrnHeln Stolen Connellsville Pa Feb 25 The Church of St John the Evangelist Stovak roman Catholic edifice New Haven was entered by this cts figulerrti ha thieves also wrenched the figure of Christ from two ebony crucifb titant took them Orl innl Uncle Tom Dead roBton Feb 25lobo lilt Clarke 11odl famous boot diet 114Tt Sunday i = i = tli i c i CC CC t tl It 7t y STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST ra HORSE SALES CLOSEDII Ourlne rite Dour DIIIS lendui lent I rl crc IIpused uf1ul Iii Mini of ssos Lexington Ky Feb 22 King Al1 rara trial 21y a six ycarold baiiI stallion by Norvardiue dam lUxnie iVebb brough the top price at Thiir lays tnttting salsa He was pur shit seil by O Wejnple Danville Vn r Stftl- Onnitlt a fottr venr old hay mart trial lII 4 by inilian Sold fur S7UH to Scott Hudson the Lexingtou trainerThe veteran horseman Joe Thayer fa+ r litH for Tour Maline a bay year ling lilly byFitt Hondsmen Tliayers tgreat stallion out ot Moonstone the ji dam of San Mateo these ure theI best prier at 1hnr+ lay sale 01 i ntti Friiia inrtt tire h Ml Auld Thurs t j j day for an average of i1 rrn Red Iox eh g Il by Canelaiid jj i Lettingt1 tor for o i Ieingten 1 lit Fe TIlt Yond i ward V Siianklin sate of trotters lull Ilriila afternoon During the Gntr day i head sold fur u1I sevenyuo brad sold rrnlav for an I I I iveraye fr Mi1 Sales over i Iri ilay nel MyI My lIr m on Uy 1tlaiitara J L Driiin Tiriltown K W Mss A liee iilk in 1 i J lby IUaron Wiike llrouk Curry Lexington Ky 101 insine hIII s hy Allertuii J M1 Johnson Lawrenceburg Ivy 55 NOVEL BENEFIT SALE 1iejinlliis llllj Sulil III Anetlon mlil Illieeeils liven to ViiIotv of M r Irvine Miilsey Robenefit Kale late Friday for Mrs U tine Halsey1 of Lexington widow of the late Iconoclast one of the bust known trotting horse writers in the country resulted in a weanling bay lilly by Electric Hell dam Arehiletts being sold for S2SO According t terms of sale bids of 0 had to be paid down ltd the last urea biddin J secured the filly Thus during the sale she was owned by 6 people iinally becoming the property of F M1 Iletttryoft Lexington Two hun dred and seventyfive dollars was do nat tl oitriirht making a total of 033 which was sent to Mrs llalsev WITH BLOODHOUNDS Lnlteil StnteM rUiirslmls nri Ilitiili fur Inc eel AVIio Sliot Mins Ire IoeUlemler l j enep NieholHSville Ky Feb 23 Initcd States Marshal Con MeCarty made a fruitless search of the county Sun day fur los Xeel who shot Muster jLoehteiider Mark Spcnee of Lock No T at High Bridge January 1 n Spence died of his wounds in Cin ciiiuati Saturday night antil this jplaces a charge of murder against Xeel Mr MeCary will return Mon day with a squad of tnited States marshals and bloodhounds and en Ararat to run down the fugitive 1It is thought that Nccl has gom to the mountains and that he will nevert be captured alive- HelieariiKT Set fur Miireli ttseItanhfort Ky Feb IKS Chairman Coulter of the state board of val uation and assessment has set the petition of the railroads fora no jhearing in the matter of the ruling of the board subjecting their cor porate franchises to local and to nicipal taxation for hearing March I12 KxAttorwy General JIiidson jHarmon of Ciucinuatr lames p Helm of Louisville and sludge lames H Hnelriggi of this citytrill fileI rtc h hearing Swnlloweil InrNwIle A chl Hopkinsville Ky Feb 25 Insane from brooding over tTie death of her brother Fr ink a soldier who dFed while crmlng home to be mustered daughtIII er of County Clerk John 1 Trowse Committed suicide Sunday by swat lowing carbolic itlfIr will see Frank now were tier last word ayFaRlted tw Xnvul Man LouisAille Ky Feb 5The eon gagement is announced of 3IIss Gertrude Pullman of Louisville and Lieut Taylor Evans son of Captu mil Mrs Ilobley D Evans Tbe date h trot yet been fixed Lieut Evans ofnary bcitig on duty in tfae Phil p pines A looimhlnrr CnuvfaK 2aEdniLml gen a noted moonshiner was cap lured at his distillery in Green conu ty by Deputy oiled States Marshal G C Thompson Hcfialnllioii of Gox ncckham Frankfort Ky Flb 23 Gov Bcckham made requisition on tit Tin ssce for the ex tradition of Mark and Thos Kid d under arrest at Knoxville and want ed for trial in WhJtley county this shootingyVardoneil by the Governor rankfort Ky Feb 25 Gor Rtckhnm pits t01ted L IWeatherhcadI lyeonII pears fox attempted assault Wr- ue5ncead Lb tia black sheep of n promJJj tent western Kentucky famil e IANOTHER HOMICIDE VlllIiiiu Thoiiii oii AVno Strut unit Kllleit hy DleK Vllloini in lnvireue Count IxmSsa Ky lei 2iJlolhcrhomicide wn contt ittednirsr this jplace tbireby adding to the already- ng I Jlo lint to Ithe dineredit of Lawrence county In1 brawl near Ha we Mill Diik Vinxon nintrt Mhot auri ilautily killed WHIiaii Thompson inarriel with n large familyi 1 Iartienlirs of the aifray art IIIuJtfr 1111In 1 liable b Thoiiison was Known all over thj IJig Sandy couutrv ax ICefIJeaJr Mill and vas a thfiroiitrh dep rnU lie Iadtoral r nttamt t tfltiings a II his record and harIJnl time al Frankfort Vinson figuredl- iin a sensational affray in lonisa on shotttruuTtt the cheek lhy a jealous rival After killing TlioijipsonI he was ur- i jrratd atic brought back to this j I lxalllillintiIll i IP the fourth honiiciiie rrom initted in this county 5nee teat i cpcemltI r I1RS BOTTO INDICTED She IN Olmrsjeil With Kalir SivclrItisr in Sensational IomeM Iher u Will In Louisville Ky Louisville 1Ky Feb 22 Mrs Clo teal IH iiotto was inilictcd Thursday by tittgrnnd jury on the charge of false swearing during the sensational contest over the will of Mrs Flor ence IrvinIotto The Iwisis of the allegation of fab swearing is less Mottos testimonjr as to her knowledge of codicils of the will 1 by which if the codicils sIn L1 stand rslRout and her son Wiil ot to who was the husband of the testator would receive much more of the estate theft if the codicil had not been added JUDGMENT SET ASIDE i Serlaoluto Itelaln file Keninuiit uf lUttrJLebanon Kvv Feb 21 Circit Judge Charles Patterson set aside Fri day the judgment iin favor of the lioyle national hank of Danville Ky against Dr Ur11 itt lTucker and wif fur 20000 rendered at a former trniof the Marion circuit court Hid granted a new trial Mrs Tucker iis the granddaughter of Gen Lsaas Slid by Kentuckys first governor and a daughter of exGo Magotlin Unfor tunate speculation has swept away most of the estate SNOW CREA- MPeter Mixed With and Children AVIio Ale It Were Simile Deathly SICL 1ouiiUoK Feb 23FaTdie and Susie Ward aged 7 and ii years re spectivelyI made and partook of L platy of snow ice cream Sunday aft ernoon Two hours Inter physicians were using stomach pumps on them with hopes of =acing their lives At a late hour Sundaynight the chit dren were elite but their conditions were still alarming It develops that hey got the snow used hi the mix turn from t board on which hail been spread arsenic for rodentsii Sheriff rrtP1L Lexington Ky Feb 23 Sheriff J F 31uuu ring of 1ell county Ky has ubeen arrested here charged tvitbIturning a lunatic loose ott the high j way lie brought Frank Cowan to the Eastern Kentucky asylum It was overcrowifed and he was ordered ta take him to Anchorage He re fni ed to do this and turned Cowan loose The charge is a serious one Itbt WiMrnilN ravel FataU FranJvfort Ky Felx 25 Fradfonl Reed a railroad section boss who pi shut by lohn Cox a discharged emplovw last Tuesday night dice Snndajr Eye witnesses say he hid Letween two cars and when 12ee l came along he shot him wffcttoat warning Cox was a Spanish wax soldier Bitried In One Grave Louisville Ky Feb 3Th re mains of tots Edwin Schillinger his wife and infant sou were burred in one grave here They died recently in Birmingham where they Bret ev oral years He was a prominent business man and on the staff ol Alabamas governor Burled IWaide Ilia Vtfe IIopkinsville Ky Feb 23 Lei Harrell aged 00 while attending the funeral 4 his wife contracted a toll t is dead ller grave was widened act Harrell buried beside her Churl DarnedfOwensboro Ky Feb 22While Wesley Smith and his wifeJ of the Maxwell neighborhood tweet buildhij a fence n little child two scars ild was burned to death in a fire which they had made nearby to xRru themselves t DeniilH Slallluan Drnd toot Lexington Ky Feb 22 Uennis Mulligan father of lames H Mull gun former consulgencrcl to Sauua died Thursday afternoon He and been prominent in politic and ia bus iness for halt a century r + i F p 1- LuLiiiX d t HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE t WARREN HICKMAX KY lrRIDAY MAKCII 1 1901 4 tB tnlu5 Tiuat tttb2t fiti 0 St L R R LfTAVKS AUKlVKs- Y 4D 1UMtltSS put I Train So 74N L 7uis Xv xt2IIGp a Ttiilti Ko 4 110 i ui =7 ANNOUNCEMENTS rJtrir SllT OF i I uMI S HOJUS VVre authorized to anuouucc Mr EM iigrr W KoACt as a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Common Schools of Fulton county nibjtot to the fiction of the Demccrat ic primary to bo held April 6 1901 Yu are authorized to auuonuce dies DOEi MKACHAU SUTH aa a candidate for the office of Superintemlout of Coumion Schools of Fulton county aiiujfTPto the action of the Democrat ic prirnyrv April 6 1P01 nut SUKUIFF We ar autiiorvifdl to uiui UUlt Mr W A hi A K hf1 canttidulrfur SiitiiiT- Oi t UiOr CviUUly SUbjlHt Ul ihp UClht- lltfu s l1 a avratio Iriuuii v ou April i AWe luv r uborizetl to announce GKORUE CV taTer sis a candidate for the of- subJ3f r jsherilf of Fultou County jix tie Democratic primary elac ti ue held April oth 1901 We are authorized to anuonuo Mr F loB Wniarrr us u candidate fur thedoffice of Sheriff of Fulton county Kdbjuct to the action of the Democrat i is primary April G 1JK1 fox CorY CLERK We art authorized to announce S QI fetrriN as a candidate for reelcctittii i to the ofliceof County Court Clerk i subject to the Democratic primary election to be held April 6th mil 0 We are authorized to announce Sh Low BIXFOKU aa a candidate for 1hII pfice of Conuty Court Clerk enbjrt to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 ltltltjij h I Yi E arc authorized to announce Annljj i candidate for IE IJKETARU an a 6ce of County Court Clerk subject to j th v Democratic primary to be held j April 6 1901 j We are authorized to announce W M BACON ai a candidate for the office ot County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary tot 1e held April G 19- 01rorrlcrr ATTOrstT We are authorized to announce Mr HiMirjF RmiLfcr as a candidate for the office of County Attorneysub jut to the Democratic pamury to be fetid April 6 1001 O iOR 1AJL1l f j We are authorized to announce MR Jo Ifooxon as a candidate for re election to thy office of Jailer of Fulton conu ty subject to tne Democratic primary to be held April 6 11K1 We are authorized to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for tIu of lubIject to u primary to be held April 6 mOL YOI Ati Rf+ etx Vptitare authorized to auupuuce THO r 13 L4X J OJI us n ejmdidnte for the office of Txx Assessor mibjt ct to Um Dvnitic primary to U held April 0 rf 14 U1 fVc art suthorhsed to uuuouoce Li TMEK t WATSON as a candidate for the offiw Tax AasVfWor subject to thr ID SJO 9cratic primary to be held April G 1JOl h We are iauthorized lo nrmouiico A w CORU i as a candidate for the office of Tax Aseessor subject to the 1emo- k vratic primary to be held AprilI 6 1911 We are authorized to announce II A BKOWDER as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1JOl I IWI are authorized to aanonnce Bun HuxuuicVi as a candidate for the of- i J l flee of Assessor of FuljLon County sub jtct to theDemocratic priiftarv to be held April 61901cOGJTY I JlDUC rt We are authorized to announce JIiKAOt KKABBT as a candidate for reelect tiou for Judge of 1nlton county court subject to action of Democratic pri usury of April 0 1911 t r 1 We are authorized to announce J F MAMESB as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the actionp of the Democratic primary to be held 1 1April6 1901 i We are authorized to uunonncr R S JIUKRtLL as a candidato for tho ollire1 I of County Judge subject to the Den tt ocratic primary to be held April G Will Yon COUNTY StRVBVOK We are authorized to announce A C HorI s as a candidate for reelection + to the office of County Surveyor sub ject to the nemocratiu prnnury dee ton to be held April 6 1901 An Honest JredilJiJe for hagrippe George W Waitt of South Gnrll ncr Me sayst I have had the worse cough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Clip nberlairs Cough Keuiedy is the only thing that has dono any goolvhatcver 1 have used one bottle of itand the chills cold and grip have all loft me I congratu late the manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Line Ky CtPresh home made candies at the Womans Exchange t h+ 0 i t t i i iti I II I LADIES I ii STYLISHSLIPPERS i j J JWI tltuw rite Iry Iitea tltylc fill littlil Uur 1tau and 1lu r- HrIt 111 Mrte of MaJt1itU Kilt atilt PltllIt h IIi WIt Ioi u I I8antbd Prues 8 1LZIU too c 2 5H t t 1 d NEVV SJLE wimLtrw I1 vlt ill Silii Uiii- i i l tir 11 111 11- 1htlil firth 1114 ti Jifv fruii 110 sv Kirk and If P r Irlr ruai 2o iin iH 1 Ealizer DOdSs nur lrIt a I II NEW SPRING GOODS i II We have jost rrceitedt K V hIlt I LACF8gg IWfllTCtiUODS t FEKJALEiGIXUHAM J I JILMII I IWAIST iOODS t Gilt ant Sitvr fMI III u t JI UrBartuus fr t trimming 1 r 0 = tAJI IISALTZER DODDS HICKMAN KENTUCKYI ID I I Local and PersonalII Ii rf Fresh Oy tPW always uu hand at i CaritherV 1t rlrrhtr rtouglur wtih tn Ciai VIIIay to conduct lb ful1rr1 i viif of Mrs Turner who iivct i vjr 01 LI1 t i U1lV1uawill SI i paRIKirr A N tilmr illlilll1T i amxiutuient at Mt Hermon next dl- I dirt at t11 a ui and 7JH at night I MluttDHtioual Stock Food wail ettrr HIJ Cholera in it incipient M H f I 1f I ar the residence of Mrs I Ihr k Smirh i i next Thursday evening i sFReaul Shaws advertisement uU i titt iwlI e I Lfw r A heavy plainKiold Ringsvith I j initials J K Vo M W Nov 1C 12j The finder will be liberally rewarded I Mitt JOHN KISTN 01 Fi1aucVliiiia Ziioti I have four full blooded Poland China Boars from registered stock that L T offer for sale Call at the Ferdinandt Maddox farm one mile past of Mt Her rnon church or ou the undersigned JOH A McCtUKK iiG Troy AfI- lickmw Ky The President has called a special sion of the Senate March 4 to uoiuinations and transact other busti ness connected with the beginning the new term FARM FOR SALE I will sell 55 Acres of Laud Pj millS Southwest of Hickmau on the Wilson road Apply to J W ELK The trial of John C Underwoodst against the Confederate Veteran andI I the Southern Methodist Publishing Mouse for 50000 damages for allegedl libel was begun1 Tuesday in the Uuit States Court at Nashville tSiJEach pail ot International Stock hood contains 1200 feeds and saves f700 of Corn and Oat I The WIJesillcnceII Hfckinau is for sale Appy to j H F REMLK- YBQuWo are in the Buggy business and want yonr tnule Wo guarantee everything we do Wo shoe hors etc W J BARRY Co Buckners Old Stunts I ItI I INTERNATIONAL i FOODt iI I ITHEI QVtZ- I mT HijG rAtfBHBRI I y U EVER AW Three ids For I One Cent IYou can take a bunch of Shoats or hogs and put hem on the marker qnicker from tU to 00 days by using INTERN TIONAL STOCKFOOD than by AI other method of fowling j L Internationalj Stock Food- Prevents tiCholera ofIt prevent1 Hog Cholera by being a stimulating torte blood purifier and general system strengthener When tbis w attained your hui will not have Cholera These Practicall Facts Explain the iwneue sale of this won derfnl product IIIt iis Wuall3 good for horses cattle sheep hogs cults calve lambs cud i pigs It is used and ondursed by 5H i jj 000 farmers Sold on n positive juar edIj J A MCCLUREii 516 Troy Avo Hickmau KyI Orders Left at jI Siiaws Oepl Storejj i will receive prompt attention IrIllII L I day The snow was six inches deep at Birmingham and 10 inches at La Grange Ga to I io tr I 0Ia J MVrw ILa O 11 TiHlI l ltllld a true one today if you want soinethingxgoodgo to A mbergs One glance in ourj Dry Goods room and let your eyes feast on our i JIll French Flannels GinghamsI White Goods Embroideries and Laces ofall kinds Umbrellas Carpet Samples and 1lattingviII convince you that we mean tot lead the processiont this season Fev articles mentioned ii below means great money I saving to you DiasS GoonS Blankets Shoes p F A big llot off dress goods that Ah the warm xvtalhtr tttt lIldI at 152025 suul 35c 1jwr- yanl INow oiiiK at 5rcausedne tfi swla lo u Another lot that sold at 211lIinets uuuI I All damagedgotl IIo tfor touch tIle benefit ef the prof t4C11s than cwsjr k 1 a nrt Waists i KM anti I1111 that were Sit100 I2S S 85 a lot that were bare cM LOO lions galls at Hi nubs at ltk- ti LOOnnw at SUc riO now i 1 oil at ciOt jlO note 1 AA A 111if- 1R1VVu V irR1UI u AN f4- WrVirw 1 f J T I Cntton RlanketH now 1Shofsl1thave now n Everybody who is Anybody has an end in view THE INTERNATIONAL TAILORING COof New York and Chicago has but one end in view and that is to give perfect satisfaction by making a hQh cia garment at the lowest possible price INTERNATIONAL n SUITS are all that they ought to bestylishand wellwearing perfect fitting and properly priced See our patterns and leave your orders at our dealers H C A1IBERUwho will show the Spring Styles and take you measnreIi s We have are the Unionmade COATS PANTS and OVERALLS bearing the label of WAltl HOE We want evcuy man in this town to know about these Clothes We want him to test them thoroughly We are selling tlieni under guarantee from the maker that they are the best goods for the money that are made We believe this to ho and want you to know it These goods are all union made which but another WHY of saying that they are put together with the very best workmanship For sale at AM A line of 301 Button Show 300 truing at JOO lint 1 475 350 nowyr ILla Ii 1 I The Best I Working Clothes k a so is BERGS Shoes Shoes L25noher q w MDC3 BLOODSHED Bedlam Breaks Taose in Ftilton County Ky Fulton Ky Feb 2fl Bedlam broUloose in h ulifln Bi3lWatRonI latallII btt fuarrett TomJackson a negro IlRman lut serailsnight Jckon f iHriousl f wounr1Ilueter Hleydeh1 IrneRfOeR otSamlegjawI burtITHAT MNf N CITIB In conformit aeekdresereceiyedmartnewQuieIIiamu our stock will COIDllWld jour t l if for yfl y oterasWhen vnm have completed andpprchaesAMBKRGS A O HOLM18 FOa 8URVKTOSA e4ndidateefCounty b DfrnecratioMrHolme t toif4forand Beckhl eifor Governor e4vucatedaoycountytopportu nity to elect OoattIhai capacityhoeproten1 thecounty inhlaofcourse r reelecthimCARPET SAMPLES I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a take canfurnishanyroompatterntALSO wl1ichatOCkmake flood r and 8Ulpl111age will bold at oattit H C Attttitnct oflrrHebtBinford appointedaaticaed todvty betw ett Cairo art Jaitoes MJe k I c71- C = w+ t rr- Fr t 4l1S iS tA2wr 24TP1ROG f1GfCiSylt7itYr tae g1 St ittfttflPttfltnttpittntntt mmm nr fniffifWytj r a Ellisons SALIri t l I Will continue another week The way in which Mill lend Save been gcbbled op this week indicates II that jdWasunjdjdJi 1 t quote n few items Pfil t art fully tier ccn l ssK tau yjn aYe U pay 1 Buy XOY save that iD per cent and get your aJtt fur don Ixier2 raraj vreath r JatcrII IIII etaaj n r t t J J MillEnd Sale rin3c1I-n i Faniries BlmS I di anti eight coloK 1 to 10 yard pieces Actual value cc- f i I MillEndl Sale of Percales at te Heds blue and light eolot51 to 10 yards Actual value J9- JMillEnd Sale rf Napkins Plain and Bordered Were put there also in this wile array uu Ur value 1 50 kind at SI 25 tl 25 kind nt 9Sc I rl 00 kind nt Sac i6c kind at J5 1rt hint IHpacheil Tablo Cloth 4 rat values at il 75 ta 50 Tnldtsut 3 0- 0MillEnd Sale of I Laces and Embroideries v j r 1 Laci5 lOon dozen yard arid up width up to 0 inches Embroideries ami up 2 to 5 y + rtte- Ices 1 J Irk a fioztn Mid up t lillElld Sale of 4 Bleached Cottonsvc 1 j r w I 6 u I I A Eocial fcntertu Jinaat was yiveu thrh young folks of Cayce night at the of Mrs L Royster in honor of Miss Maude of City 111 Mr and Mrs W C Johnson enter friends last tained a few of their from 8 till 11 Their pretty home was adorned With palms and flowers An I of music was to enliven then hours The game of was played with intervals 1 brilliant wit and choice The affair was Mr and Mrs J host and hostess We all say dolt again Those present were j Mr i1 Mrs T1 Swayne Mr I Mn H Ellison Mr and Mrs II Millet Mr and Mrs EC Prather Mr And Mrs Will Ellison Mr and Mrs s Ernest King Mrs Nannie c 1W J Barry Jb Co at Buckner c old stand will make yon a Buggy to f order repair or paint your old one of all kinds All work I We buy old The of the society of United are to- aeet I with Mrs Emma Tues day at oclock Those who cannot attend are to send their dues as there are urgent needs before the Society MRS C L BASDIJ Pre tt t FOR One lot of good Horse and Males for 4 dale Apply M J J C BO UR3I e Lr Mr James of this county i Ue for a stone caskets ono for r Md two and the other for his wife saysI Sf Fa1t8Q Lt 4w Y r j to 1 S yards Vxrdti t jj txpflUut qnallry Actuall valve 65 ol 11IcII llS- i1Unbloaclud j at 5cIIUt jJ 2J vardr yard with t ACtttal value t I MillEnd Ur-r t Not short lcnvxis till sluut We hacIr I I enonch for your ilvniamta the+ hintI thi priov r then lilMnd prides i ojI I I tnRsi luck 42t22 lu 9 13 vilue t I tOeII timler t1jzc3 4 CTJ pII Pun Liner HtuU SOxtfi at y b II value IS 1S i UeUer t ringed nt 121 1kf 1inn Djiunh and Jlnck 1owoatt I dirge size KWIMJ wit ttftd t Ii I tvi frmiVf tYtine JUt vahtert t 11 k I aaj Mi 11 ofll- i a few kt but they urn yduro HUHK i I IOIv are aria AMWnol aud tll 4i su o I i 1 7 MI 1 i JJ duality tl 51 t tI I I i I II Jl J i 1 1 111F i i f r Ifl1l1IeI l it IIrjrhrtt half + llr to 4 t 0 iAt i II Ii OLAfrt W h LI Pa X w S ELLSON1I 1 IlIdUIUUUNU1lUU11ldlUll1 IIdU UIIUHIlIsditl4 4 liaidl4iJlda fi SOCIAL EVENTS Ii i Tuesday residence S Henderson Midland Wednesday evening effectively impromptu renderedprogramme popular crokinole of refreshments distinctly enjoyable making delightful and and J Kingmanc Blacksmitbing umaranteed bUigiefI UNITED CHARITIES members Charities respectfully requested Stephens afternoon S requested NOISES AND MULES SALE Browder contracted sepulcher handsome btaftelf lengths MillEnd Sale Cottons t- Ltsrtis Gdt Sale roYcl HI qiutittitieg CTt3- Actnal ones End Sale Blankets dt 1It aOipia5ityit MillEnd hwhdaut n TOMORRIS1 Qt PHILLIPSj r A J llJ 4 JLa1 BED ROOM SUSTS DINING TAB 1Jl1 NI Cl1Aa Undertakers Goods a Specialty n RAILROADS HIT HARD Franbfort Ky Feb 18Th State I I Board of Assessment and Valuation on motion TO have the franchise valuation I of railroads for the years 18961800 in I elusive certified to the various counties municipalities and school districts de cided in favor of the county attorneys A careful calculation in the Auditors once has disclosed that the aggregate amount of franchise to be thu certified will be the sum of 564181884 From the best information obtainable it seems that the rate of taxation com bined for counties municipalities and school districts is at least 1110 on each one hundred dollars worth of property- at which rate the total amount of mo ney to be expended by the railroads to the various counties cities and school districts will be the enormous sum of 102049002 The appended list shows the amount ef franchise that each rail road will have certified out unless interfered with by the courts This coming in the nature of back taxes in addition to current taxes paid by each railroad to the State on its tangible and franchise property make a very heavy burden for the railroads to bear W J Barry 4b Co will hive the largest stock of Buggy material ever brought to Hickmau and guarantee ever tkUg they de IN nJlOItJAJIS AL her horns on tiauafra r IlidfjO1 i IDitdDaf wife of Hoonie Abernathy She was in her 2 1st year Sh prote recd i religion in her fifteenth rear unite with the Missionary Baptist Cln rthpII and lived a consistent member until lur death Truly she was a good won I i She leaves n husband and one clild a mother three sisters and one brother I besides a host of friends to in ours her death She was laid tore t in Sassafras Ridge buryiugground Many were theI beautiful remarks made by the Rev Alfred Joni on this sa l occasion Weep not dour onus for Hattiey none for a little neasou She was willing to- go I but hated to leave her dear ones f She requested that they would meet where parting te no snore herII Dust to ita narrow home beneath Soul to its place on high They that have seen thy look in death No more may fear to die Lono are the paths and sad the bowers Whence her sweet smile is gone But oh a brighter home than ours In Heaven isi her own 0rc WHO LOVED HKU Working 34 Hours a Day i Theres no rest for those tireless littlo workers Dr Kings New Life Piils Millions are always busy curing Torpid Liver Jimndico Biliousness Fever and Ague They banish Sick lleadach drive out Malaria Nerer gripe or w oak en Small taste nice work wonders Try them 25c at CowgUl 6w CoWffill rt c r Y r Fshff i CItfYrp i a c I 9BsY sjj I DOTS J J r J 1hYION Q J t Inr0 I 1t14 1 l 16Liitlx Rft1 rya Early Ulan 1 t Std Crci 4L i- iflt 11- j + sx SKEDS i J I 1 LieR J I n LJ 1Ut1V 1 dJo a Jaj and Sf33fl8 lL Hfldruk tkteoputhist- f UiMdi City rtiiin f tic ltna Tell 1ar RSIDKNCi Fun I ALF App+ Sto Q M 7 SAIMUN lrs1 W Powci wo c ltn I jugrlatitt9 ih Ciatt41LIrtrs- ned hoiro LUInttrittHon td FidIrurt endorsed ly Ul1Uir 1uItr 1 tucknien ins land Park 1f fnmy if rri Bt LouU where sue will n e era weekt- Tho Fre tos h iv gold tho UtI uterprf 0 to Mrt J 1 Holbrook ur ought the Oijl iUII rat Uuk City VSStrHH ndrt i ifMo PrliIi JInj G 1v S IIri f Muii ha Iwvu appoiatetl my I i 1 Slbat IB nOCed Dpn y dar+ ha1 ill 1 rho1tezwTPCP tiV x foft1t r I loW tpiilaer i p s L th lisleiIIar y statPdu1tt t lv Tl juiti of ot II t nI4 J r s ii- a lrUilOII i I Il 1 pIItt itIJl v ir t eIii itdIf 1I a i idrtyep tL tr- a bc oiiojr IIIU rA t 11 r z h Of w La1 rc i I r h TiI- t1hIiGILL4 lt clh I r i i r 111n Dissi d i r Embroidery Club meets at the home the Misses ParisIII 1 Will Helm has a position us traveling I salesman for Western Tea and Spice I lolJpauIliaCox gross adjourns nest Monday but the Senate is called in extra session to Fder W S Roney will preach at the Prptist Church Sunday morning and catIII IHKAOtJtE a jrf i fred rrniitiou of the itonmih and l ivrMijrj tiun tif t lie bowel A jOe or der Ii Ittv of Chamberlains Httiimtirh and weekI i Liver TMr will correct tllte disorders I Ii and ewe tho headache Sola b- yIwcill I idle d Vwpill and A Mt Shaw 7tae IioJe lly i i theiand NicnrHRRun canal bill last Tuesday not I takiii lie pronml that the work of out construction should Ifjjin this yiar I after A mnthimntician has figured that the Thin I aver war i4 yVing England i6 OCOphI rsre fins is tiionoy in this insatro etprisliy tl iu Ian L I that Th aonatfri VUtk iu th rf I a+ eSPuR iilfltrItrr3i i prIr iv ifi 11 lictuii t l titI Stales Sec sI pox rare shI ii Ibe male lliy ttwo eoveivijta- voters I I I I arej I J II IlerninR of Clinton who l suit atinat the Western Union ronJlhtlor grvph Coiipany1 for nnsligence I 1ivrinlr a m M igi got jt1trcent forjj STOOD and i Aceordinz to nn exchange the will II tam sotit is iwiuj t under the statute ing rj covering property subject to seizurei fort At a weallc where 2Q wt re water t tiled said not soil1 i Tiiry brought forth t1 above fact TI Mayfifld Mirror bas just isfnod a I 11 if til illustrated supplement setting s forth to advantiK of Mnyluld and 1 htvt r nrty Tae supplement1 ap pears in Damphl t form an i is far ahead of anything of the kind iver before attempted in MatyfiiIl- iflneru I I Saoinol Smith AndersAn linHirr of lli4a Ellen Anderson of Hiiurij died in rpuisvilh lost week I r1t neat debility 0111 tilt intirmitcs c iIvuMi t aso lie was a graduate ir V loir served with list motion1 i ilLi Ve i iii avlI also in tht Civil1 1Kv1 vn at Generall Kirby iI t T in th Civil war I eu KUbowv V v J1 i ithom ic i troubl I Il 1 1 ait i i J a lijttj ricl s tiiv trl s tang Tir P SheII v t + r ijv d tae th r ii itiI n lu s iMh and LM Tab tII tdt 1urdrtblettir salt it rx J v l + drtl I Hnk l I tl A M SlaW M I r LillO tVN 1n 1111 5uup1 j l I ftH iG t fsIiIi Ij rv tr r t r I 1 1 j OurI r14 i1eQg i ZII Tl 1 f II 1J r 1 I Q tfrle 2- r P4- I 4 of i i i JJ ttoI Q a+ i oOil1UkK is I fHB Qs and1 Fm Sh l irnp j iak oil NI III clcd liuru f jlihhr U ti v t f lJ t 7 ougaini f y II Cant p wrong in picking frmu this stock lines that will a livelyJyl 1 I It rate lity t+ 11 Womens MajSish Shapes If = = == =I Patent Kid Shoes extwiion Sobs Cuban lu10 II Womens kill lace and button SJrics extra quality S200 8350 hihest grades We do not sell below coat IIIn vu ttruths and give row botII 0rOooil tr aiiesI for S2100Gand 250 I IIII 1 SHOE S ro I SIII 15I I s 00 Aii In your ksueof this week Mr Editor+ will suggest a remedy for the evils Icc in as brief a manner as our space permitted showed up I do not wish be understood however by your readers as originating an infallible and perfect remedy but as my caption indi 1 shall propose a suggestion Does seem plausible that if the proper official or officials kept these idlers un surveillance for u few days or uii iif necessary and found them still that they should be strictly ques t tioued as to their occupation their rest dence where lost employed etc etc if couldIfbo given that they should be ordered of town under pain of arrest and precinctsptwentyfour hours had elapsed may seem harsh measure but inians utten uc heroic measures to their piuiiuts or stump oat disuse threatens to become idernic inrantming cities and towns i4i usually i tovl to to keep cholera ua small irons inf taK them and the depre lotions and lawlvKsness that have biters rampant m Hickman the past winter equally as dangerous to the morals a community us are these diseases to physical Ulan Cholera and small are local and can be guarded Ias I far more nangerous from the fact that the influence it has on unsuspect a minds oats never bo entirely eradica tell Drive out this vicious element youlwhosi duty it is rind I am sure that thett eneouiu of the public will lie yours Injnred justice demands that you do your duty and uutuy a mother in Hick man will bless you if the evils which we cutnpluin of are suppressed and the authors shotvn no I1rrctt AHACOX I MISS BELLE MERCERS SUCCESS 1 The Kokomo Intl Tribune speak tag of the presentation of Ln Mascotte I under the auspices of the Ellw by am icur homo lul at thus refers to Miss Rflt iJtre r formerly of linkman Cot in Ot the stnind night she was pre 5 1 t + t with H handsome brash of rosos MIHX Ivll Mcrcirr wt lu IH a cunipara tits ttr u cr is tltt cit Irnt V b hronyh tier l2 uPltt wwUrYp the roimif fl1ltt IIIR won for hPPlf a warm wwin tlr uir wt i1 1Ci twedof one e rrar u d apt p1Hn iuH- texz0 tUp13a1 wlt t9 K11naln aU tleica3 r httv been jjrivlejjid1 to heat lite singiny was thunnchly iptivjitiLi and ui r dramatic work was rxce cit Lithe third act where she appeared in the K psr disgume and sang per the enter uiiumeutrof the earorsinb soldiers she tad the test opportunity to display her pt vis and she bcortd one of the cons iaou t auocfssfi of the ovoniuf t- a The aulroncn waj very enthusiastic in its inception of this numbfr and she was conjpelled to lici u tu repeated encore o sp Ellisons Gfocsry- Waiil fl i a aw Your Trade jHj ofii Staple l anoy m Hickman and MAKE the prices jJ for o hi rs fit follow We gnu ran 1 I toe tiitistaciioa stud will jjivs all orders prompt and careful a ten tion lrvicehate our claims and 4 you will jive nisour busi j lieS i NOTE THE 1 PRICES jj- IB lbs iltANULATKI SLUAK A for 189 j i9tllIUTl Brand HEST PATENT FLUUU 5JO OUK KAVOBITK I FANCY STRAIUIIT FLOUR 4c SACK FLOUR 25 lbs 9 ICKCJS ROASTED COFFEE 100 i Lion XXXX or Dannemiller S we for 1 Ib PACKAGE SODS FRESH BREAKFAST FOODS 1 of All KindilfREST BRANDS CANNED GOODS PRESERVES JARS IICKLES- EVAFORATED l r FRUITS BEST BRANDS SUtiAR r CURED MEATS 1 t HAMS UKEAKFAST BACON ii 1IC NIt HAMS Etc i Telephone 30 Ring 3 We solicit your tradetr LP LiOIf s 1 1 1 Qt r- wr w4kiv c a CHRISTIAN HEROISML Dr Talmage Praises It and Tells of Its Great Rewards hoar the Lnrd Jtxim VVI1I Ileitiemljf the Kiiitliful Soldier of tin Cro K Hiroe and Martyr of JJ crytlny Lift Copyright 1COI by Louts Klonsch 1A this discourse Dr Talmage praises Christian heroism and tells of great rewards The text is Galutians vii liUL bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus le hear much about crowns thrones victories but I now tell the more quiet story of scars honorable suds dishonorable There arc in all parts of the world people bearing dishonorable scars theywent into the battle of sin and were worsted t and to their dying day Uiey viJ fcav H scarification of bpdv of iuitd or soul It cannot be I liiifdeiK Tiierj ae tens ot thottsaimYs of men and women nowy ohsVcrated to God and living holylives who were once corrupt but they have been regenerated and they arc no more what theyonce were than rubesccuce is emaciation than balm iis vitriol than noonday is midnight lut in their depleted physical health or mental twist or style of temptation they are ever and anon reminded of the obnoxious past They have a roemory that is deplor nble In some twinge of pain or some tendency to surrender to the wrong they have an unwholesome remin iseence They carry sears deep scars ignoble sear Hut Paul in my text shows us a scarification which i a badge of hon lira ble and selfsacrificing service He had in his steak eyes the result of too much study and in his body brit and wornthe signature ofjji malItrratmentI Lear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus Notice that it is not i wounds but sears and a Rear is a healed wound lie fore the scar well defined upon the flesh the isII niHIl1htrestored and new tissue must hunII lin rn formed It is a permanent injj ileitntion of the flesha cicatrix i jj Iaul did well to show those SCATS They were positive and undisputable proofs that with all his lady mind and soul he believed what he said They were his diploma showing that he had graduated front the school oCI hardship for Christ They were credentials proving his right to lead in the worlds evangelization Men are not ashamed of scar got in battle for their country No youra did you get that hec14 rt at San Juan When you ask some German Where did you lost your right arm 1 he is not ashamed i to say I lost it at Sedan When you ask an Italian Where annoyedII lose your eye he is not j thattin the last battle under our glorious I s Geni Garibaldi Hut I remind you of thdwfaci that there are scars not got in war which are jnst as illus j triIItsf We had in this country years- n an eminent advocate who was ca 1 into the presidential cabinet a Attorney general In midlife he- wr in Philadelphia courtroom en g v d in an important trial The at r toe cy on the ojpcste side of the at got irritated and angry and in most brutal manner referred to theIt disfiJurcdface I any face I ever saw The legalI hero of whom I am speaking in his clos ing argument said Gentlemen off the jury when 1 was a little child Ii was playing with my sister in the j nursery and her clothes caught fire 1 I and I ran to her tIm out the fire i firerand it 1t myfaccas the heart of the scoundrelly cuun t cl who on the other side of the ease Thett L eminent attorney of whom JL speak kIcarriedt all his lifet startof sisters rescue Albert Itarncs the most distinguished of allcorn t IItII T the morning might have ben seen PhiladelphiailII those early hours and before break fast to give all those wonderful com mentaries a theological library in themselves lIe said i z wasigive all the rest of each day to work connected with his pastorate But at what a r ruinous draft upon his eyesight he did that early morning work first by candlelight and then by gaslight Vheu he got through those wonder expositionAlbert mantt cars scars on his extin j I guished eyesight People think they must look for f martyrs on battlefields or go through a history to find burnings at the htake and tortures on racks when there are martyrs all about us At this time in this capital city there are scores of taco wearing Jiemselves i out in the public service In tcnIi years they will not have a healthy nerve left in their body In com 5 r iiiittee rooms in consultations that5 1Smrolve the welfare of the nation un i ler the weight of great responsibili ties r their vitality is being subtracted In nlmoi t every village of he country you find some broken doWn state 011 national afliciilarAItcr exhaustingr I himself in this ptibTic service roughi American politics kicks him out i i oCtt corfrew or cabinet or legislative Jr x tf n nnO o and lie gists into comparative ob scurity Hud Comparative want for he- JIIS been long enough away from home to lose his professional oppor tunities No man that was ever put to death by sword or instrument of torture was store of a martyr than that man who has been wrung to death by the demands of olncinl po sition The sears may not be isible for these are sears on the brain and sears on the nerve and sears on the heart but nevertheless are they i scars and God counts them and their reward will be abundant Tn all lands there are veterans of war who may not have had their face scraped with one bullet or their foot lamed by one bursting shell and who could not roll up their sleeve nod show you one mark suggestivei of battle yet carry with them weak nesses got in exposures to disease along malarial Mvjunps or from many mile of marching and ever i and anohHhey feel a twinge of pain ueh recurrence of which iis sharper or more lastingnitil after awhile they will be captured for the tomb by disorders which started o or 30 or 40 years before And their wears are all unseen by human eyes But those people are as certainly the vic tims of war as thought they had been blown tip in an undermined fortress or thrust through with a cavalry mans lance AVbat t want to snake out is that there Art sears which are never counted except as God counts them and 1 want to enlarge your sympathies There are Omar y who ran in the sine sense that Paul uttered it si I bear in air body the mark nf the Lnrdl- esustltat iis for IhaJf of Christ and His cause they carry sears which keep their indenture thriigh a1 time iand nil eternityi Do II Ithink that i Paul was accurate when he siti that If you have stir ieo his career ion have no doubt of iit In Iris y nTh he learned how to fashion the hair of t1i I Iiliiian Foal into cnnva a quilt ir aril then went to ci ir the pre itert of which way iaiiiiitl in institution which ehtIry cfud D ot have leenl very thorough because or uiiit they calll Pauls imperfect crniiiiini of hfttmI Ills Conversion was a eorvulsion Whether that fail from i lu liore may have left a mark upon dill I kiow 10 but the mob soon took aIr r him anti llosrged ami iimprisoned am maltreated him until hf hear ninr that enough to assure the trutlii ss of hisi utterance I bear in ir lUllik the marks of the Lord Juts All of Paiils Miffornj was fnr Christs sake IKl ha ii I itu1f powers which cruld hare a hir for jhim oil ssoridysuceesse You see what he could do in a court room when with extemporaneous vperca he made jthe judicial bench tremble when on Mars hiiriie cinifoiindefl the Athenian critics vThea he preached amid thex citement of a tumbling penitentiary when in it storm at sea Le lok sons viand of the ship the only one on boa rti ooh headed With his inspired logic and his courant of utterance and his rapwitI ifiance was no height of worldly power he might not have gaited What Hannibal wa to an army what Dram wi in making laws what Homer was to poetry what Demos thence was in power of pcrMiasiof what Socrates was to philosophy what Aeschylus was to the drama that Paul might have been to alt centuries Gr never before ardrover since made an other human beirg like him Hut with all his capacity and opportunity of achieving worully renown ht turn his onIe on pleasure yachts that sailed the Mediterranean tutu embarked on a freightlwiat from Alexandria on scholars in Athens antJ plauditiofasiFrniblages qulions of garlanfl Hung at his feet thry hurle stones upon his head Five tine he was scourged at each whipping S9 strokes the fortieth stroke spared not jfrom mercy but because 40 strokes were the scretest punishment the law allowed and they feared through counting wrong they might make it 111 1 and so themselves be punished Why Paul must have been scarred all over nnd he only tells the plain truth without airy commentary when he de clares I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus It was as much a= tto say See those long scars There jis where they whipped me See you that ugly indenture That is where tthey stoned me Sec you that encir ling scar on my wrist That is where they handcuffed me See those ugly curves around my ankles There is where they made my feet fast in the stocksThere are many who like that apos iolic martyr have on them the mark of the Lord Jesus There iis the great army of foreign missionaries some times maligned by dissolute American English and Scotch merchants who at HongKong and Calcutta and Constan tinople have had their wickedness reproved by the pure home life of those missionaries There is the great army of the ministers of the Gospel now in Heaven who on small salaries and amid fatigues that slew them served their day and generation There is an other great army of private Christians who in Sabbath schools and in tract distribution and in humanitarian and evangelistic efforts have put their life in sacrifice on the altars of God There is another army of Christian invaders who lost their life in overwork for the redemptionIleop1nervous prostration or insomnia or callttheir1 rnrmoryrears on the = pir jrusoB the roumge star on tlc onlq a well nh scars on the hOI y m 111 invijje to the h ii iran eye are as honorable as those visible All ye who bear in your body the marks of the Lore Jesus have too ulfbeinsource of glorious reminiscence In that world you will sit together and talk over earthly experiences uWbtN dill you get that star saint will t taJ to saint and there sill conic hack a story of hardship and struggle and perse tllroUShthlspirit will say to listening spirit1rnere did you get that hurt so 1plainlv marked And the answer Hill lie Oh that was one of the worst hurts I ever hat That was a broken friendship We were in sweetest accord for sorrowWhatI fbougbtIour personal interests parted and our friendships broke never to he renewed on earth IJut hate made it uphtIarenon andwe are in the same Heaven on inighiwring thrones in r ighboring cai tes on the hanks of It sane river I narkII srlritIjj rnllofdesolated JIOIUlhoIJof j Kiiapprd atogether Im you see 1tiis I11110 longer a laceration for the wound j bereftII i I ilhIseparate Whore did you get thatI long deep scar say another im i i j morta to listening immortal and the j j answer fltilI mules That was the awful I atIrCumtaUCft3 I yeariIj ouii J j lOulIj j t that r eiainrthnr the p jenpc of God I I ltrtJrJohni l you get that sear n yimr foot ami the an j j burnji tynliim were kindled beneath me 1 lgnatin what is that mark on your j i cheek Oh that was made by the paw of the lion to which I was thrown by the order of Trajan Some one will say to Paul Great apostle that I must have been a deep cut once the mark which Isec on your nlIJldPaul says That was made by the sword wisiehstruck rue at my bhead incnt on the road to Ostia But wo all j June scars of some kind and those are some of the thins we wil tnlk over in the heavenly world while we cele trlUlnpfljnntthis subject It iia the cultivation of Christian heroic The most of us4 want to say thingssand do thiigs for God when tlure iis ut danger of get ing urk hurt We are all ready for easy compeniIrgpork It WH all greatly ueucl j more inritfe to hie the world and i hIsomething aggressive and bold and i dangerous to be undertaken for Joel and righteousness And if we happen to pt bit what an adieus wemaltrahout i thatimore sanctified grit more Christian pluck more holy recklessness as to what the world may say and do ih any crisis of our life le right and do right and nil earth nnd hell combined cannot put you down The saute little missionary who wrote Inv text also uttered that 1pUejll up magnificence to tie found in thin wcrd which rim like battle axes jn splitting helmets In alt these tiling througlilinllt n itier bali nor life nor nit gos nor principalities nor powers nor things present nor things to come nor height nor depth nor any othur creature hall be able to stparrte Us from tin love of God which iis in Chrisf jicsus out Lord How do you like that you cowards who shrink hud from aggressive worK and it so much as a spiiuer pierce your test cry out louder than limos a one torn in auto da te Many a soi tier hums gone through long war heed in 20 battles led a regiment up a hill mounted by cannon and swept by nuns ketry and yet came home without hay lug been once hit and without a mark upon him lint it will not be so amon those who pass in the grand review of Heaven They have all in the holy wars been wounded and all hear sears And what would the newly arrived in Heaven do with nothing to show that he had ever been struck by human or diabolic weaponry how embarrassed and eccentric such an outs in such a place Surely he would want to be excused awhile from the heavenly ranks and he permitted to descend on earth crying Give me another chance to do something worthy of aa immortal Show me some post of danger to he manned some fortress to be stormed some difticult charge to Thermopylaelike borough at RIenheim like Godfrey at Jerusalem like Winkelried at Sam pach gathering the spears of the Aus givinghiswhere 1 can do a bravo thing for God I cannot go back to heaven untilsome where I bear in my body the marks of the Lord Jesus My hearer my read er quit complaining about your mis fortunes and disappointments and troubles and through all time and all eternity thank God ft scars Thy saints In all this glorious war liltlhafarAndeyeWhen y riseAndIn robes of victory through the skiesThe glory shall be ThinsT l so a e FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS t Bccoutl Aelon Washington Fet O Setnf Iy the emphatic vote of If to t thsn ate late Tuesday afternoon rejected the conference report on till military aejdcmy appropriation Tin report sews ivjeeted because It wis rega riled bya largo majority of the senate Ito drastic and while no instructions could be given the conferees by the senate it was understood that to secure a favorable net ior by the seinit a modified provision as to th p Mialty for hazing would have to ha pre sented and agreed upon by thun ferees House The lioiiH spent the day upon the su nrlrvI appropriation bill and reached tho Wh page Thr are iii pages in the bill IThe features of the daywas the debate upon the question of irrigation of arid lands in the west which came up incidental ly No material amendment were placed upon the hill Tuesday Washington IFeb 21 Senate Th reiiate spent the day ou the put oibee appropriation hill making some progress tint not rmpl1 ill it The amendment of Mr ftutierI X proposing a reduetim ot shout lr INT rent in the pay for railway j I Mivtal service was defeatedI IS to 11 alter a debM in which Mr Depiw answered Mr1 Pother eritieism on the large profits lAniN by Anurieau roods Late in ithe day u sharp contintetsyan Ithe porn matie tulK iie tion was prioipitiit edI by an amemlineot ifTeri liy Mr Masou extending that serxic to Clii engo unit our by Mr Vest etendir it to St Louis House The gnus fiiinlly pjt-ht I wtndrvriii appropriation hit Weduesdav tiuil eiilereM nx n fouil oration ofi theI ireueralI ilefiricney ti last ot the reiicnil approj rin iibills Washinjtou Sept V2 Scnitv Frnearly two IKHMS TbursiTay the nnut hal ruder ilienvoni a resoiutiiui I it Mr Jones i 11n discharge tI juiiiilI com mil tee from further tor sideratinu of tilt antitrust dill paid liIy the house at the last s s l iui and to brim it before thsntfor eonsi leritjin TII some eMent till meritsi I sitf the measure was Iii cussedl During tine remainder of tlv aftiTiifMin the post olfiee apprnfria- ttnn hill was under eonMilen tioiI After a prolonged cortest the ap propriatioti for pmunnitlr tnlle sri- re5 wag eliniinatel en IirIsir that as the hill IMfHIIW th serviee will haH to IIn iiiseoutiiuil after July IK- House Thursday v us inf tlier firM dayl in thrt humus Two disiinet seiisatiucs occurred Earl in tin day drriiig the eonsileration of an ft ute rultlltll to detieieiey Iprtlri1j tinn hill tlrtnt hilng at the naval acailemy Mr Hcptiuin of tote urwd1 ec edinglystrung language while inveighing against the practice of hazing charging by indirection that the huhitt of tyranny and oppres sion formed by the olllccrs of the uriny and navy at their academies Will responsible for the refusal of sailors to enlist in the navy aril frthe large number of desertions Iruum- the t rluiWashington Feb 2 Senate Two of the smog supply hiltof the got diplontatitI j npprofIiatiouhilllug the greater part of thssion a proposition to discontinue the appro priations for fast mail facilities from New York to New Orleans via Thanes and front Kansas City Mo to Newton Kan was under discussion Uy a decisive vote thsenate ron tinued the appropriations An effort was made to obtain an appropriation to continue the pneumatic tube serv ice in Now York Poston and Philadel phill but it failed An amendment was agreed to authorizing the post mastcr genenl to investigate the telegraph systems nod to report his findings to the nextI congress House The house devoted the day to odds and ends of legislationt With the approach of thClIti of the session members with small bills of various kinds besieged Speaker Hen derson for recognition The house devoted an hour to unanimous consent legislation and two hours and a half to the passage of private claims bills ajul private pension bills Nine hills were passed by unanimous eon sent and 21J claims hills and IlJ pen sion bills were passed Kleelcil Uulted Suite Senator Salem Ore Feb 25lohn H Mitchel was elected luited States senator at I2SO oclock Sunday morning to succeed John 11iIcI Hride whose terns expires on March 4 next His election was accom plished bya combination of 35 re publicans with It democrats making 4ft votes the majority necessary tc elect The result was reached on the 21th ballot of time day and the 131 of the session New futon Depot Ilnrncil lt Worth Tex Feb 22The mrv union depot being erected jointly by the Santa Fe and Houston Texas Central railroads in this city at a cost of 10000 burned Thursday twill be reconstructed at once The loss was covered by insurance School Jinn Short Jacksonville Fla Feb IXt1from Jacksonville county says that A L Woolridge former superintendent of public instruction has mysteri nods disappeared and t hn this short are will reach something like SJ i 000 Incontinent tnlltrTiyrr Lend Washington Feb 21 Thomas V Kinslow the professional base ball player died in this cityOt consump tion Kinslow made a brilliant record on tIll Irooklyn base ball team Hoiioreil VnHh inirt on flirt inlay London Feb 25 National flags were hoisted over the American embassy and consulate Friday morning in honoi of Washingtons birthday out the usual ambassadorial recep tion and the American society ban quet have been abandoned owing to the queens dea thI U o 0 A UN ltD STATES SENATOR Says Peruna the Catarrh Cure Gives Strength and Appetite T + Ilea U N Itoarh lulled Stales Senator from ortli Dakota 11- o 0 d raJ L t Hon W N llu1i I nit et State Senator from iNorth Dakota pertoil e allyi111l s tfllll1 the TaltataIIt Burr ault tonic Iu tt recent fetter 1 to TIlt Ieruna Meliiinr lOlllpln at Columbus Ohio written from fI Washingto I I l Senator Itnnh sas F Persuaded by a friend I have used Peruna as a tonic and 1 am + t I glad to testify that it has greatly helped me in strength vigor and j jtI t advised by friends that it is remarkably effica + cious a a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh tV N lioacli Larimore North Dakota t t jjNoi other remedy can take the place of Peruna i rr111r Kd J1 Mukinnoii eontraetor ant i builder Oll JJrarid Ihusk lVabaeh- Street St Paul Minn sav i t Mr 1 J Mukin ou- ContruilorZ I BUilder 1111II Many doctor hill ca n be Kived by the use of Pormin 1 have mill my tieii is taking Penuia and 1- l1ac heardnothing hilt praie from thrum LastI fall I hail a had niupli I took four bottles of Perutut and it turCtI1U1l 1 am inclined to wardsrminmptioll fin a K all iny family t I have died with hclmereiI i it is Penuia that bus iron me such good healthJ Mukinton t As a rcaiilt of the changeable rii theimust prevalent known to man Neatly onethird of the people of the lsited States are t nillicte l with catarrh iu some of its many phases Iiil stapes Add to this j the fart that atarrh rapidly tends to+ Ittlllle fixedor Kimillll nto till fur thcr fact that it is taiwhlc ofI producinK j t a great ninny other diseases and we ii hc in to realize the true nntuie of this i draui disease j t So formidable bins catarrh become that in every city or town of our size i t Humorous doctor are to he found wlio t spiij ttiii accomplished in this wax but an i I numberyet a eornjMtratively small j the people iu avail tliemselves nf flfIj treatment because of the great expense j i I necessarily attached to it i t MAKES WOMEN COARSE Not Onr Girl In Twenty Cnn Sleee bafrly AtuotiK the lturklanr URllsiu Place In Her Illlb Inrcply to a letter sent by Edward I ok to representative men and women journalistst of this country asking Is the newspaper office a place fora girl l a leading woman writer and editor says in the Ladies Home Tournal For a young girl 1 consider a newspa per alike the most appalling moral eyeopener imaginable Naturally where all subjects are published they are to a great degree discussed and a woman must hear things that no amount of chivalry from her masculine coworkers can prevent That bon camaraderie which a woman of the world understands and can cope with is often the undoing of the young girl who grows flippant and unwomanly in her desire to be regarded favorably by members of the staff A leading editor in replying to the same question embodies in his letter the opinions of the 29 other men who also ntiswer the inquiry negatively It depends upon the girl it is said And it does But so much depends upon her she is asked to carry so much she iis required to be so everlastingly the defensive that there isnt one girl in 20 who ran safely steer across all the rocks she meets And even if she does I I do not see how it is worth her while We are supposed to pay our women better than any paper in New York yet of the lot the highest paid only 12 a week She iis rlcehtsII I ited as getting 100 a wtfk ally she gets what I say fjce I pay her sach Friday And hers U an unsual uceess 0 t J ITo all such people Dr Hart mans + i remedy Pet turn come as a great boon I Iot oulisi it more suceeslul in CUIfI ing catarrh than the treatment of theI catarrh sjieciaUts but it is within the j retch of every pertain in this laud t- 1cruna oui he bought at any drug store + and ihi a reiwdy without equal forTcatarrh in alIIrm coughs chimnatictti ftlhclesI Peruna is out n guess nor an experi + meat it i ian absolute scientific icr taint PtnUU1 cures ntarrh wherever i located Puruna has no substitutesI i no rivalsI Insist upon having Peruna Let no one persuade you that some nth tii cr remedy will do neirly a well There i i is no other systemic remedy for catarrh j but Peruna I Ifr Byron J KirklmfT attorney tI eounselloratlaw I Byron J KirUhui Attorney and- CounsellorI at Law TnatlI Brooklyn N Y the T- hiI followingI your Peruna for catarrh anti find its curativei powers all you 1 recommend It T cured me ofa II- II very had attack tlionch I I11olffere d for years I feel en f i tirely relieved I jbenefit tmyt If you do not derive prompt and satin T factory results from the use of Peruna write afull111bei + vice gratis fIfartmunuf I + S S JSHhFH ELEVEN BILLIONS United Stnte Trrnurf r ltnhert t Es- Itilwta of the Irtnlite Nancy of the World An increase of more than 100 percent in time money of the world in less than a generation is an exhibit of the annual report of the director of the mint Nearly the whole of this increase iis in metalic money and much the larger portion is in gold The tota stork re ported in JS73 was about 4600000000 More than half of this was in paper money not fully covered by the metallic reserve The situation at the beginning of iWO showed a total monetary stock of attest SI 1600000000 of which only a little more than onefourth was in uncovered paper money says the Philadelphit Time Director Roberts finds that while the money supply of the world has in creased about 7000000000 the in crease in gold money since 1S73 hay been about 1600000000 in silver about 2700000000 and in uncovered paper money only about fiiOOOOOOn- A large proportion of the increase in gold har taken place within the short apace of seven VMTS while time quantity of silver money which was at its max imum of about 4230000000 at the be inning of 1SOO has since been some what reduced by the retirement of sib ver by Germany nnd its retirement in other countries The conditions 01 SOJ showed a total1 monetary supply of about 10300000000 which has since beer increased by about 1100000000 About 40flOOQob of this increase has been in gold money Great Britain loses on an iverajjv 181 people a day by emigration r Xy i r 4 t S 7 f i- r r f HANNA IGNORING THE TRUSTS Pllbt Onto 1iirlv Otiicr In tin Itolr of DI IiilLTr led Iorlnlne tin t hti lmlo lrv Since the 1istinjujpi l griitU imin from Ohio formulaU his first 1plan for 11 n national lunation party to intike 1 eslallis3ietioj wan lines any Mirptus of bntribii lion going largely to make things sUB pleiiMinlt r for these snine Mhos he has been gaiht rings wisdom as a biii y nee I gathers licuif in a white elover Ipatch t He vns u tint sohei h ii by the inspira is Jion of his philanthropic srlu me that he vautttl the enforeeil charity of the lIHophlx1tutc to the Suiuclani Oil ioni niiy hill it rciuired u stroi r dlIe ation of practical politicians to con vince his philanthropic mind that this regular foundling name of infant in dustries tcctbh HI struggle aNing1 uithoitt brim auirilitd a place on iirpauper list- Phis was as the light to Sf liii as he traveled betwcfit Antiuch auluune it her terminus 1 Ita nut wiley im probable lhat euncetit ritr 1 capital of which the tI l Iirm art c isiiniruihfii repre eiurivei ituight it bin TheI hit career cf the senator IIIOM u tlC iilire the roeriiuiri anti its invitcria 1c tiIT1 richer bv purchase or fort closure Fhisti oilitsi aa iiibarrat ilug retleiiion upon tle1 tattIIIIlll p of the senator om eat a + T his brilliant ca reer as vi Warwick in the preuUntiui flight Ipon chi reaiixatinn the sena tor startu out to etilii till great ami orieit uis truth that ilie ship uhllt hi crowns hptlI import m later 1111Jof capital He ttJt1nlI iinpresNtd with the idea that Iie shipyar is from Maine clear down the coast has lanrtiislici to a point where the oLe reminder of tht ir rrtat industry wa in the oiinstruction of tramp steamers and oyster l IttThe Kindly senator at over tit eided that the anverjimeiit must t t them up in business asain They must build our ship Rut stop The Like ship yards must certainly need n jfoverii ment net cure They could build oiianiyciiiiir steamers saw them in two ship them to tilt seaboard in the kilockdow ii irfll theI tctiuiis tosjeth r le ihrrI toniiaiM supped nil and the apt ascertained by the Haiina sys tern of t uatioii i III how much vxa ter anti Jnu mueli i sit rninut bunntv I they had better ilraw And 1 the 01111th It liltT he beuititedl lure t h twit the w holt ruorrtrmtive seheaie of rejiiicit11Ii polities would gl s1 rotut the tarursauidi piaiitrs a oer the union 1HU t tp r tiietU oni the prcpott Vine iiiiilimi a tear When the tu itor ouufs fo thiiik of it they art his first Im e Thty are aM1 assured of the hlttll tit ilrgt of hat injr their wheat I colt ii mill other iproduct t carriedl in i American Itottom Frigi mayIt a litte Itidtt anti tht fanners sind the plne uT have to chip in Iii irali to nTM JH bottom as well as lilt x upper works but think of the pride 1 1and the patriotism1 thus gratifiedi None of these joy wiH Mr Ilaonilim concede to agrcQntedcapital The most that it can hope for is the sordid Mitifcfaetion of taking time contribu tions Detroit Free Ires REPUBLICANS ARE GLOOMY 1lir Culiaii Mtutilloii I ltuklutr lulo of Troiilile for Ailniln intrntloii Orumis Small wonder that Cuba is filling tin minds of faithful republican or galls with f loom They are actually almost guiltyof the sin of pfssiiu ism Tilt faithful and inspired Phil adelphia 1ress points out that the omission of all mention of relations with the Inited States in the Cuban constitution cannot be mended by having the Cuban assemblyl tale it up It must either be in the eon stitution or elite the subject of a treaty and with whom is the States to make a treaty Until the constitution is in operation there will be no government in Cuba tto wake a treaty with11e confess that we Me no answer to this reason ing lint it iis impossible not to be moved at tIlt agony with which the Press laments the follyof congress in disclaiming all intention of exer cising sovereignty over the island There Has not the slightest cause for stch a declaration it wails it did1 not avert the war and the United States is now in the humiliating position of laing expected to act up to itt generous professions I It iis index lard on the land of the almighty dollar to have spent millions o money to set an oppressed people free and then to find that it is no going to wake anything out of it To be overreached in a bargaint would be bad enough but to overreach ourselves 113 hasty professions of unselfishness is intolerable TIlt Irs speaking with the authority eabiof net declares frankly that it is not to be supposed that this country will not change when it flails iit has sworn to its own hurt and the Cu bans may as well understand that they will not lie allowed to do as they please regardless of the inter ests of the United States Some people declared at the outlet tha the joint resolution of congress was renothingPsib lican newspapers are now bnily showing that this was trueX V Post President leKinley has hind a good deal to say about cutting down expendiMires but lie is not Nicely t interpose his veto to prevent anyo t the extravagant measures from becoming laws The president talks economy but his action demonstrates that he does not intent to put the seal of disapproval upon anyof th extravagant measures passed by con 1eleoiantgr n iT MILITARISMS MENACE nl1u ueroiiH Timer I IMacel tll the llniutj of the lie1 ileut During the lit campaign the Rio oils pointed out that republican lIt ees would encourage the pars in power to increase the slat t illy arrrv yurtiunfori they wtrt el1iHengcti i to ijieet it rcorest to uh terfujfe and deception TtI I ciuimru that the army then iu srnicc is nate necesnr bj the war in the Philippines antd calc attention to the fart ifcat lie increase expired by limitntion in 1Nl- they pretended in believe that lm army MII i lie reiiiufii befov hat time if tin repnl icans too tin eec tioil milt iIlly Filipinos Herr a urN iliait tIll 1ro woult Ih 10 change in the iiiiiunit ratiun These argument iilljrhlI lint tti hne niIIthe cause tin pre ieit tq 01 months be flirt baiiies broke out n Matiia tktr furuitharity to raise the ariL t j iiiii 1 I riiu iican IHIISJ of ltIItlllitie 11eia hill jiiL him r1r thojit ami theI i inocaT ardIrri pojinlit airt j live t nthr iil d ir the srear cure hr III j i1 the iIIIilii iirs u t rt 111t ri i anxious to hick bcbiiid Tin electiusi ivstilted in a rellu aii tirtnrri even turn iniin Idthan the Icadt rs of that i lit tIhill cxpetciiI but tile war ii tlr j iilippnif I iiIt rot irriuinate il iii tilt imperialist cme ut troni ui t Ole Ir aJ Miii i iiinifit ilL itir in the hliitarr ailiLtnrut i va Lu r iiiicer Il rriet tlirovitr1 iI1 I boir ai i iite i jis mitt a i tt I Fht titeri iia corf Mn of cowan rr It I inci t a hiq tl iiNrcic Ihtfth f stamliiig army but a bill To iucreae tthe rrtiiicncv lItt prnnaiirnl ri I tart eTalililtmti of 1b ln Stte It provif 11 1 lic arui IOf the I liiit State sIsaM coriT t i i rtjjincuts1 of 3Hrl a ctriarter al rt iiieit if icfatrl fie lieiMcniM cnera i niajir II15 lrijr il generas rte riIaeh reimntfrltrt at irantm hHunrroloneloneI lirntriiatit r ilouelI till r major 11 sapid til lirii Tfl ml alit a seiori lellttii a tr irI iiv go si iiMM i ijors cor porals rtU tthe et inrliiing iHMitT hr tt t ruis prii ir r 1rnni t I 1 t i r Ii t teIiData r1I t a i i i fro III 4 lo in tnehrrl iipi v The j Idj1i itii ii ilIiai n jjiVT II 1etaei i the1 i11 u he iravii mi Tlauir uf tLritt- mt i imiv to II TK IIKNIi lGdh IIf iI di It I l 1111 urnI Iiicanto i tit IIlip- pi i iie if ihr fjn j a Iiti t tiii ifSeerIliai rr t lt ii II 1111 el t tllmI r f i j iiiiiui r tIi iiit rtrIIiiijii i fir r iiiiitri tIt 141 itn teiiarit u jinnnls irujHetor iinr termi if r arm other officers with life tfHure lit salt net riJl sulmirhlrr- of the fare uhich iitiliuirisni raft eom man in ant legislative troiitesr stirh- the taxpayer It iio eaier to in reaejn IrmvecpP riallYthe dtlicinl part then tner ii and the pJllt hUH before them a lif fieut tafc hut the hlirnrnunr uuuut- of iiiiiii iriui can 1 lx relied upon 10 arouse the people Vhen theawakerm- ing eoiiiiji it will be found that tbtltoj ple who profit ht llarge military estab lii hmt lit however powerful its pre tnt influence are imsiguifleanti in number compared with t hose who art injure The Commoner POINTS AND OPINIONS Mrl llaiinn may not he much on sawinjj wood hut when it loom to greasinjr time saw he has few equals and no superiors Detroit Free Press llamas blush of shrtnc for the seiiator who spoke ill of his ship sub 1eddy hill cannot be distinguished at long range from tin jylo v of anjr T X V World Time favorite phrase of the white house just now Leave everythingt Filipino Chimwt or Cuban to Wil liam MeKinliy lit will poll the coun try throllghIoton CIolx If Senator ITaiina fIat all revengeful for the defeat of his sub fitly measure and desires to get even by fighting sums items in tIll river and harbor hill the country will have tno fault to find Indianapolis New s lull srllnnnn will parr a private stand from which to view the snow erupt er that the roan owns should have the bafct seat at every 1rrsst1 Post A republican journal1 printed in St Louis seriouslyI declares that time purpose of democrats in congrt in fighting the ship subsidy bill is to kill Mark lLanllta politically Their purpose 1Is if possible to prevent the repub licans in congress from allow ing them srlvep at the intilttion of the person named to commit grand larceny Kan sas City Times Evidently we art in m imminent peril of military imperialism if we judge from the slowness with which thetstttudeml authorized by congress With evcrv recruiting station working it hardest and with all manner of seduc tin inducements to recruits the enlist ments are averaging but fO to 326 per week The young American iit iis pretty clear is willing to enlist for the pro tection of his country or to maintain itoconies to faking ser ice for the purpose of assimilating Filipinos he respectful ly declines lie fully realizes that there iis no glory in such warfare and it looks as though Mr McKinley might he ineorder lo get his 1CCOOO icta Chicago Chronic nftirr the ThlrVr iVeT TIe wife of a wrflknoiii and vetr jllJ1i nltr member of the hoi e of rtJuI i tive was telling a tory on hun the other dots wine was much appreriateil The ircutlrinan came in rather llate the Pt her niirbt sitter a convivial tune lit wa + liml andl sleepyI tnd spanfly struck tile bed before lie was in a protoiml i luinbr TtunJ unlinK the foil wife IKMHIHC nlaiiuetl bv uinisiml nuiPM and imniediatc ly in iis of plunder and violence bstiirbed a tier 1I11ljllllat ion Slit1 shoot her spou u with tlgor and tried Jim wake up wale iii He Jan an extra snort anti Hwre and filmed1 over Sbo shook hun CtlC I Aroising lniiseir for a nioincut Ilie said On no mitt dear there are no thieves in I the IIuasr they are III III time senate Italtiuicre Sun The Irlner lleellneilA- Vhrn the prince of Wales was about to iit Niagara halls IHoiidiu had a rivalI one Knni who xxms a fhararter He is sued all it i trtiImlIt urging that the Prince i iike hii initialcntramirel to theIgm ent iiiul Kl ris Imted State in R triking iiiuimcr o ordingly he propofcu iat he nounla lire theI priiKe in a wheel farrowl Ier a light rope mross the orltet to the t uiltfl Matcx all entrance tlutIIwould be unparalleled Then time 1I0triii d Should ant accident happen tols hiciiMw whereby he nhould happen toIite pie n itated to the gulf below lot which 1P 1 aMire tu ths1 little dan r rl the uiii v Ierll from the rtwt ui iii Uali La uuided lhilp IInter Oeta II 0fDiMiriioMH Can not Itc Cured l r U al applicutiiins a they cannot reachltijt tbId IMJIIIOH of the ear Theref is 1 onlyuric say to cute deal now and that i- b i vtituiiKiiil renttrhes DeatiiMM is aiM i hy an IlttIUIi condition lt the Innti iis lntiiiK Hi the MustMchian Tnlie 1vt 11 III i c get illtlanltdOUIa8 It rumbling- f iiiid or imptricft lieuring and when it is tutustt4vl dcafnof is the re nt tied uir the iiitiunnutioii call be taken out and liiii tuhe resliired to its normal cou uitikii hirng will be destroyed forever i liiiit i ISCM fof ten are mused by catarrh whuli iis nothing but an inflamed condition v A 3Wecase tof IIJeaftn s canard by catarrh that cannot be cured bv Halls Catarrh ture Send for circulars tree 11J heney Co Toledo O gistaliesUall a the best titer lilt CounltnClnnPatient Xovr doctor abort the m- attt1 me aiwi T- Vlie Head 1oiisultinjt lhysi ian My1 das sir do tau suppose that if we kitexv niut wa the ntattei witb you we would have ItH tiled to hold a post mortem Ilarper BazarIlratllag 4tit Itt tU rtltWhtnevtr the Aiinijn peP C find a tJiitp ia nifiit ubsoiut gtnuiinr men tie 4pprtCltr Ii UIu ItSer hesitate to inakf- Ubtrai u r i ii It iis met t that courts fir liie tn tnuju ale of Itaintutcr x Iiiu 1 lxes last year It iis tire llt t 1 lrwei 1 ant iivtr tfHuhitor m rile woridtlIJ seals ai piMt that suit evtrybodx UK 2alliCox a tiis ptt up in tiiiilei toxin and stets act Imln 4 t There iis iu wif tIt ate rues to take imi art Miid1 l lie nikn anger an ab iiuii guar urte1 e tifuin the niocty if Ia riiet dii ii i it1t ittheft 1lflhuffriiolilh- 1J who itiiiiitli Iyatt1tUt fur lIlt wort ii Mvt r uffifrr i ll gfd to fivr wUttbl ul UlIlt d Lit lliaij In Iou riilnic- Hnt i T Ietc i inutlur Mm Lte I4curAu + l let YwtII bhackMherp it you 1Jettwe Were in mourn iug iou Lnow 1hilatlclphia Kec ord 0To Cure n Cold In One nv A1drulg1 There iis one serious objection to e ital Ill+ liing cuinmuiiuiitMiii with alars It will inrt hobby Mine on more dialect stunt s Ibe leiuphjb Coiunierf ial ppeal1 Jlore Tlie Devotee Paderowski iII inure titan a mere pianist The You bet he iis Wy the 1luhtllleI1 I j worth near a milliollu liuiwiiapvli Iresi i toI mn sure Pii os Cure for Consumption sand my life t Irt Tho Rabbin Maple Streetomwich N Y Feb 171t- We often readof the canopy of heart1 wonder if its MIPJKJI tixl by the IIKXIOS huaaAH Slower Till 31AIIKI2TS Cincinnati Feb 23- CATTLECommon U 75 t 3 S3 Extra butchers 4 JO Q 4 75 CALVESExtra it 7 00 HOUR Select packers 57I =Cr 5 60 Mixed packers 50 fji 5 571 SHEEP Kxtra 4 00 a 4 15 LAMUS Kxtra 5 00 U 5 55 FLOCK Spring pat 3 SO frf 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red S 7- 0CORNNo 2 nixed Qi 4W OATS Xo 2 nixed t1 a- RYENo 2 Iil 67 HAY Choice timothyu14 M- POHK Family faH b- 0LAlllteam ui 7 32i BUTTER Ch hairs L 13 Choice creamery id 2- 4APILESlm to fancy 3 00 C i 3 2- 5P01AfOESPer brf 1 CO i 1 75 TO15ACCO New C 00 ft 9 55 Old so g2 00 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esc rar + 1 +++H ++ + it t Fine The skin and flesb feel like ithe fit of a uew twit glove when = St Jacobs I so cci Soreness Stiffness ai rr rti T T T r- i TV r3rvrro lUfF1t lJ SECURITYs Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Slgnuturo of d 2See F1cSlmlle Wrapper UtlowII i Sort loIUaU ai ettspItnke us SJr- ff I OTtO I Iran SEACH- iJi ir cJ flZZIt i1LhfP SItI 1rrTtri IFOR Ttl 7 =iU Etvrn Fut Chi ST1FATjtiih SJlLGW srw 1fORTHtCOMPlEXIOr c C 1 Ctrurdct I lo CURi HEADACI4I T Lifants und Children InBearsUgSTheForSignature YearOfiiTheKind You Have Always Bought TOte rCMnY 77 YUAY iT IIT rLW 701 CITY up be all troubles appendlcltU bll louMiie had breath bad blood on Ibo utoiiiueli bloated bowels foul mouth liver trouble ftallusc complexion and your move you kick Constipation kill more people than dlaeaaea U aIfor the chronic and long yearn that come aflerrardnails yon aturt tu day you will iierer get well and well tbe tune until you put your bond our ktarl CASCABEXS today an ab to cure money at Jet t = = r jt t+ i hart driven i I+and tfrom cold rt ffl cud to a LtNL lilU SIC For CLTU mill for all 6 EI 1 JHiRJ I i D 0 OOIT OO 0- hWct GRtGi9 WALL CEPL ftyr- m1flliD rn rn Wnkb YANC No SUSTITITE uc- Now1Na fULL LINE OF CARKC15 AONAt7 AJ TOWER Co BO TON b1AS3 I 1 ISO KINDS oCt rFor 1 6 CentsLs trearwettrtrdoatforACWuesrn- utumeTL W If received 27vbC We nft 1ouour boks JJInBof 11 oJ fur 16 cease ptistpd o- fro Linda vf ramt lunlou matihir1 ui sutRr nt earnest mrluut1 Aort ciorlou toiuulmn vrrrl Irlturc irlctlcplvntltj bert itirt bcaultru2 roarnedW datul rluuJe-yr v rt tr tr tt riirtHijf trte11ln i i nnftd Cij4s Ulllrt 0- taa l H i DtU r brae r t T ilnI thr M Kjltt tiit o 6V ti al I fur IC stamp= sad tht notlrdr t ololiYy WiTj too a tar+ Ie lit cadet LI tm re U ASAUZGRSSEDCOrq La Vla In 3 or Years an ale u Tout hot Vtkciu Canada tujlitIPI Clt IUlllT ill leu u iCJiJtiiP1 of far3r5wfcu lIt lfconje wabr- I1ogrirt wheat retlr-uofllI eteane f Infaun1I to redct d rlc cattba ladLI nu appiitaimti kJ L- nStipeit L Cttt of 1lttniraas Iepartmee r- Intener Uaaa nriaI sir nk1rc the Gte t 1u ith tai or t run atiatr pg iphliis 4- Cr a of l t UikY Sai 6 u Olua anaili or to M V M INNRS hi Merriil Illooii iKtro Mirti B T I1U1MK K l1U tBltf KUr mild liiliaiiuiolit linl lccr t- In rilix it reny iyiin w ill11lle hijrLy appreciated tht j hi sit but i in Lot wat+Tj 5 1ect awiy to cod Tilt flavors ar n lefini raspbern Ipi i v id cherry anti for uiakitiK wine uiiiiI Itoffff j jti JiLage uJM at your jrrvi r OK TRIg PAPER JJKMK1XU TO nut ASVTUIXO AI VBUTISKU IX COLUMNS SIIOCLU INSIrT I NON HAVlKtt HATTHKV A K nIl URKLSIVti ALl M HsTITfTt UK IMITATIONS e Mt at emtkrd in n boors with KRAUStKS EXiRACT OF SMOK Made from vocd tiivM tine rfr antft i heap t fN from ineeet i Ul r J rUr I lKKK A anti illUua Ll Oiyek arkr dwilinp Sew catnloewrfrrc- JJ ILarrtory t8011 Jbrbla Live StockW furnih duplicates ot Lire aurkute or ant oilier u shlwn to snT Speciue u Kuok at or utit a ijuotu A N It EJa MVSIVVIKU e O JISS tiVvt lififi S reel incliinatl O I11SCOVFRI gtrrs A N KE Ifc34 lI1N V itl n1Sr0rtlYEiTttltalatr lout taw s1derltriccut lu Clth Mtpcr a3I r Puffs under the eyes red nose pimple blotched greasy face dont mean drink ing always as as it shows that there is BILE IN THE BLOOD It is true drinkII ing and overeating overloads the stomach but failure to assist nature in regularly dii t posing of the partially digested lumps of food t that are dumped into thebowels andallowed to rot there is what causes all the trouble CASCARETS will help nature help you will keep the system from filling with poisons will clean out the sores that tell of the sys stems rottenness Bloated by bile the figure becomes unshapely the breath foul eyes and skin yellow in fact the whole body kindof fills up with filth Every time you neglect to help nature you lay the foundation for just troubles CASCARETS will ft eII poisons out of the sysreIn and you naturally and easily and without gripe or Start tonightone tabletkeep it for a week and help the liver clean up the bowels and you will feel your blood will rich face look clean eyes bright Get a box of CASCARETS take as directed If you arc not curedor satisfied you get your money back Bile bloat is quickly and permanently 13I t- tr LIVER TONIC lOc 1 25c sOc F0RJH NEVER I BULKALL to CURE bowel wind headache ludliceMlloii pliuplen pain aiCercatiiiKdlzzlucMM When bowels dont regularly are ucttlnsother together It tarter alliiienla of nOcrlns No matter what takug CSCUtETS be right Take advice With under guar- atateo or reluuded 0 Oil DoT pWER FiCCCIlTALo I1trlIatlw urrC1iii141tdr 4fn tent JOWl Crcaoe Assireiiafun tsrupbfctv runway 1 ImRllllru 1nlIn liurrhan HIY- Jlj tlIstiatvhrriv uiiHiVfMil IlKADKRS 1I few LIQUID Vit GREG SEEDS Cutsojvi priers ttirsimr rsttLuinleae you the hard much and such carry willregulate pain right 50c olute tictiry IfI year greater clan Any similar medicine In the world This iii ablnte prooror great merit and our beet tetllDnulul We base tkllth andiwill un CAFICAltEr abolatrly guuraateed to core money refunded Co buy today txvo SOc boxr give theavu fulr boat trial u per simple Hrectlo B and IT you are not tutlllcd i ruru netineS c ovrctnriithenao etUihex null the empty bas to na tr DUal orthe druggist fCOIQ whom you purchased II uad get ourmoneYt Mkforboth boxes Take our advlee no taotirr vrbat Uf1m9 Z ter UoCyouJddrcw hTEBUXO REIKDT CO DER YUCK or CttiUUO I V I 5- I f 1 i U- 5 ti T w 1 1a 1 I 1- rr r J y ra n =Y1t J Building + I Material t ROUGH ANDDRESSEO c BE LUMI 1 Doors and Windows Shingle s c Lime and Cement t I Builders Hardware Paints Oil etc l jh ESTIMATES- jj CHKEKVULLY FURNISHED1 i FEED STUFFS t Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc L P W St EdisonI i r i jia i1 j jII if BARER J ANDII- I I IIII CONFECTIONERY I FRESH BREAD CAKES ANti I COJIFECTiONERIESr fII I s I II gTHEETI iCLPiTO liltItLF spxnL- ii Tolrphone anna Number y- i 1ii REWARD OFFERED FOR- WRONG MAN Hov Ucckhnni has oirentl a n ward of 15000 far the arrest and delivery of a Will Lawson for the killing of Will Johnson It was will Johnson who killed Will Lawson and the Uovernro proclamation is an error which of ionrse will be corrected upon proper information which we pnsuuiv tit otlieials will forthwith furnish i W J Barry SCo are looking fur rev oral car loads of Buggy anti Ulaeluiiiitli material on boat Saturday night Com dud see them We buy old EXAMINING2TRIAL a hdtIII The examining trial of Ed Smith for 1 shooting Capt Ilardeman IJobcrtson Tuesday of last week in Fulton Imo ettrIminoi I Robertson Smiths bond was tixed at I I 2500 wInch WIGS promptly given j Henry Rcmley assisted by Ed Thomas is prosecuting and R T Tyler Sam Croseland Chas Payne and II T Smith defending The defendants claim that Smith was in hunt of anoth er man and that he stumbled accident ly discharging the pistol and thus shoot ing Capt Robertson The facts will appear on the trial tj uluternational Stock Food floes not cost the farmer One Cent it saves ite Price in Corn and Oats iI i I I J light Was Her Terror I I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegaae of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so had that coughfrightfullyother medicines tailed three 100 bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and 1 gained 53 pounds1 Its I VoughsColds I Throat and Lung Troubles Price OF I and 100 Triall ibottlcs free at Cowgill j Jfc Cowgills Drug Store lliokman Kv 4 PLEASANT PROSPECTS i j J O Harris has returned front a I three weeks trip to Nashville Washington and New York in the interest of Lake County and contiguous territory The Legislature will doubtless pass the iucreasernent or increased revenue bill by which the excess of state taxes hereafter e collected from Lake county above the rate for WOO will be set aside I as a sinking fund to part of the interest and bonds until all is paid If the River and Harbcr Bill passes Congress we will be liberally provided j i for by allotment of the river commission ii to help finish our levee j i The prospects for Railroad when levee is completed is good but not likely to j done before that time Lake beII A d YateII t i f 4 LrSiuco its a fact that Roper j i Broskcep the latest styles in Shoes noIjt t doubt that you would be more than justified in carefully examining their Stock and Prices before purchasing your new pair fdr Spring4 A Hood Cough Medicine For Children recoll1l11encl1iug Remedyl I popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when I troubled with bad coughs also whoop iI perfeet to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by Cowgill and Cdwgill Hickman and A M Shaw SUite Line Ky i ==zJ l t1 SHOOTING AT GAfOE Bill Watson Shoots and Wounds Joe TroaSt An unfortunate shooting affair occurred at Cayee Sunday night between Mr Ji Treas and Mr William Watson two well known yunug men of this county in which Treas received two wounds one in the arm and the other about the hip Tho two as we hear it had heretofore been friends and tho cause of tho immediate trouble is not clearly reported and therefore the CorniER attempts to give no particulars prior to the examining trial when the fats wil appear It seems that young Watson IHuluuen paying attention to a sister of Treas wife mel that this was objectionable to some of tho young girls family He had an engagement to return with her from church and when the church party had about roach ed tho gate at tin Treas residence the difficulty began Ten shuts wore ex changed Young Watson surrendered himself to Sheriff Carpenter and w a admitted to bail by Judge Kearby in till sum of 5tK00 to appear for exiunining trial Saturday March Oth THE ASSAULT ON DR COWGILL Fully Exlionoratetij and Worn ail Fined I j lu the trial of the Case of Mary Mur I plY assaulting Dr Warrick Cowgill Puluenh it developed1 that Dr Co inII was entirely blameless and that woman had been of laid character j i The following is a part of the Judges IiI decision ns published in the Padtm nh I Sun Jntlgtt Sanders in coimnemiu mi the case showed the characteristic wi j dotn and charity that permeate all hi I decisions It was an unfortunate ease he said and he severely censured Ih1I girl for the unprovoked assault heII Ii made on Dr Cowgill There was noth ing to justify it nud it was very unfur i tuuato that a good citizen like UrII Cowgill should have to bear the humil I IIhusin08SII munoII maniac and thought Dr Cow ill WitS j i winking at her and making motions to I Her when iu truth he did nothing of I Ilhe kind court completely exonerated from having done anything atII all He said he didnt think any llhuof any charge whatever He commend ed the girl for her intention to do ueiter and said the best thing for her to du was to go where she was not known and begin over again He said it was necessary to assess a flue against her but that with the consent of thu tItorneys he would let it stand against i her It long as site is of good behavior If she should misbehave it will be en forced The attorneys agreed and she was tined 100 and costs t HORNBEAK ITEMS ilornbwik Teiiii Fet 21 HJOI1 Mr Tom Johnson and daughter Miss Ruth made a flying trip to Obion Mon day Rev S V Wynn was on the sick list Saturday and Sunday but was to take his place in school this IbltII Mrs W W Litton wife of Dr W Litten one of Ilornbeaks most moot physicians iis very ill urolllIt Rosa Neel and Annie Hayues of Luke I I County are visiting relatives iu our town Miss Ada Mitchell and Mr Hunter Harpole of Union City were the guest of Miss Lizzie Cashon recentI ly We are glad to welcome Mr S II-Ii- I Weeks into our midst again 1i5Sjj Uoonie Maloney visited relatives at Obion Saturday but will be on hand Monday to attend her school duties Misses Reggie and Jackie Fleming two of llornbeaks Hnest girls made n UyingI trip to Obion Monday Misses Etlie Martin and Winnie IFleming are spend ing the week with their grandmother at Jackson Hill Mrs Elizabeth Flem j ing is very sick at th is writing The j roll of honor will show what the music class is doing Visitors of tho Normal j I College last week were as follows Mrs Maud Wyiiii Mrs Tinie Edmonds I I I Mrs Alma Davis Master Clay Wynn i The following names is an honor roll from the music department ofour school giving credit to the faithful workers whose record has surpassed the average grade of work done by the mu sic class during tho past week Misses Maud Rumage Mamie Neel Murlie Cloar Anna Villiams Fannie I Kendall Inez Clear Lola Posey Ruth Johnson Verna Caldwell Varina Aus tin Nora Trospes Annie Ellington Virgie Blackleg Ellen Rnmage Ella Neely Ethel Grishani Lexie Xeely Iva Davis Lent Edwards Messrs Clifton Fields Frank Johnson MADAM GUCXDY The Mayfield Messenger of Monday reports that Buster Slaydeu intooU row at Fulton Sunday night with Sam Davis and shot him in the jaw inflicting a slight wound j I 10 L W = J Jh tfi Srt3K jrVcr4nr Mrr 1 PAINl LESS DENTISTRYI I Our MottofiI Live andI Let livet- tis I s I I i MY1 PRICES I isrYIL PiiJ ij j Sold Fillings 1 to 52 J r fAmalgom silver Zct to 31 iI tll sv hii i Cemeutroe rli to cl1 HI Gold Crowns til to I 50 rcy ttil hit U I fi Logan Crowns 8J 50 to 11 it tX Richmonds Crown o CO 7 II to 10 txi IIPIntot I I t riPIfor I I Extract ion 50c usually charge iIl Cleaning teeth 75c 11111II Examinations free 1 1 tolast I 11tI1I IL L 11111 C K Es1 I COMEUPSThIRS I r Having lensedIllY dry goods store to lojl1 j I 11elp j stairs over the groceryI room opposite Dr1 j Davidson Dentall parlor where Ivill i continue to sellat1 eost all the remaindert of my goods Please dill if you want II II I j anything in thi line very cheap 1 I- FL i UCEANANa I j T 1 i WELLII AND IT GAME TO PASS r 9 BI Just about the days of JARCl1stI that 1 ROPER BROTHERS tf arc displaying1 ttheir1 New Slockt I off SPRING pertainlingf v ladies of the town and tlc country as well1 1 j 1to come and examine before making their selections I We will do our lutmostt to please youf inIIl both GOODS ti PRICES i At the BuelKina i Old 8taoil Hiekoiaiii i fivI tlfs I LEfltOI1UI 1t JIUJJLIL Groceriesg Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware IHay Oats limB Limo and Cement J iil Clrti I r HIiIIIf 1 i i htBl JC iiiIi pains will bimred to please our customers 7 Our mntUj is U I11000D3nt FxVLR PRICES Try tit Clinton Street Tclphunc G Goods Promptly DelivernlI FOR THE BEST I INii GROCERiBZom teeto S Svz i JjanI want FRESH GOODS tt the LOWEST PRKMvHf TO Rogers Th1kid9 iI TTPTODATEn- xos CROCER r 1 WI1 OLD STAND J GOOIS Delivered Free I lvl Ii 1IEA 111elephane jj ingjo Clinton Street Jlj l 71I1 I r s MOORE ATTORNEYATLAW HICKMAA KENTDCKY Office partner of Judge Hivljv Rtmle j I I I IDRS IK Dl V rDSJISt ff fIr tiGenI1JJLS1I 1bli to t kee zIOKrtf NaKENTUCKY I i i Office over Oowgill OowgiWl F 1 Drug storm f 1 I max c leAl e ottering inducements that will bring the curly Marchf iujyprs I1t rttor this is a progressivei storeone whose stoops an alert anti active each day Ve fill the fioealed dull seas on tuB of kpt n huviiiir keep the trade eniuin but by lFURNITURE VALUES right prices lank 1 1ftI lIIy pro r qualities stronger values than ever for the early i iiyirsi anti then every item is new and fresh everyttine tho kindi ijiat pleases DirefulI buyers li tIvt1 Kxtiiisinti Tables tint tjlnss finish at 370 worth 450 s I Pibl t 00 a k Dinio lhii euie eatmce finish cc 575H 075 1 ONE THNKSAHEADI il I ivs 1 jir t tr tipI ttniMr 5t rill1 ban easy matter ItIttl inlIt 1 von in 11111 ijv iriof li 0l Curpet Sampled Thtivs lih p inhi Iwvima hint of tattlrnyI spring tint iiniiijjs a11i i tin uficri ate Ni veJ andI1 Swellest nill ti i isft lb pril 01 I lr1I 1 1LI attriftlv Stt I Itt net4tsi AlgaI tndanI ex lNsitI I hiitirIhi iL it i1 tubI pivs art uiiMiMilarlyI I reason aNII iiritttT Ititi 1prii ym Iud thoHijSi of paying its iitt Jo cu1 ht fitt ii v i vVMit hosf Carpet prices I f tiit t trt fII f fi+ tI Nr it Gl J I Jt4 r iY tz kilY fII tr3M1 i 1M M I T 1 Lto r I 0 I IJnuI i I j lA jiiCK11 1 21Y ll rCj1 L TI i IIi r I H C toI I L it I r i i t 1 I I t I I I III 1 1 11 h Itrrl rn tte Ill norl aECIii AWORS2YS A3LAW Will prtie in iti duns special lie Courts of Uioknutu and 1 Fllllbn ootlll Mr Ueiuifttn ofii t it J remain af OHntua auvt Mr Keinl iliekinuu C Ei EAK I R- CSaef lli G pCer Powell Block CliiiLoa St luring tereht+ eIel1 hr tuck of j c ilon lur it s li1 bo JId to- i trltltntl fpaunduc 1t t tlodth thaire itag llle jJIViRY STABB 9 OPPOSITE H R DEPOT ntJ I I j H Prcpr First fkuJ i turnout buggies urroyi oarriasje aafe ttanw tic Castomers tty Sand 1ohtctle 1ttrocaietxieotirited Telephone lit t1OPII b my dill citsttvmete + Weare reI toStay 2 tlbjxly VCtll thsprCclate your pAtrouagp or take anore plpagnre in txp i nleHse you than tg9otit reliable barbers v R UCwntitr WILLtfttbttTETL- 7 r 1 Illllifi lg31i 1lu IL3 aitt 1 the cetrLaclede Hotel where can t fouod good rbersi polite and rinds i Serve you Good work clean tuiveli jI n razors 1Vyllitry to please ouf JH HfcKs rrtt1Y Ij JpJ fTArSalc jf Twenty lore ontbe Dyersburg I roadtlpplyttf 4 I t E SAiO It I lit r I y r II WERE I I BIDDERS FOR YOUR FEBRUARY TRADE IAnd opportunities uptulsh 1IF IIII Glff1 aCmlllj I POLLOCK r WERE LOVERS IIN KENTUCKY r l1MUGrinrttv era aun tVeV ReI gl tai itIt1O3 ttd i- L ivtt3 tin iIetrs o- i th r t i u i t Ljuls Ps DispatchJ 111t uiinati i of a love afTai- rviiith lniiiti itit riy ehiidhood in Old utjit resulted in a ipretty vo w alai liM in marriage in St Louis rt W P ilruss and Miss Kdah- V i ai Loth uf iiraniti City III leiug- iii x coittrarfing luirtit- si ue Lril awl HJUJJ were horn mind rnnd Uvilir in iiickiiitii Ky wlierc i t afllhjd li plays d together auttt 1tLtfii leQ cl allltajfqtJJfi j 5 t JIM W P llaics went Ii Granite City i iu l S96 and stared a poaititm at his tIe ih I nuker u the American Sff laud tFoundry ors 1 1 C Yearn tie fat lit ut tii bride rnaoved with his family to iriuite City two months o ibc young couple sild the widuing Jiltl bIil phiiiued luoaths ago They nrLndetl kecking it a scret until some future time but on their return homo riecidtd 10 inform their fritlids and rtla1 tiieiIn i the evening a family reunion was j held at the hbo Mr and Mrs JC ij thoij J I conple will mAke their homo with the Ij brides parents until a cozy home caa I bo arranged in Granite City LII q P ailt iIO DE1D Mr James C Part Jo v of Suunycidc Arka orator well known and worthy citizen of Fliukni in died at his home on Feb Sth of la grippe He leaves a wife and fire children to uiuuru hit death He was a kind husband and loving father His welcoaxe face will I bo missed in out sal home Weep not ti j Ricji and regret to his bereaved family I BRIDGE BmiNED NashviHeTeiiii Fob 2The east I ern span of the railroad bridge at John son iilo burned at 0 oclock yesterday I j morning with a loss5 of 23000 I It is supposed thit the tire originated j from sparks falling from the engine of a freight train which passed over the bridge a short while before the thinies were i discovered The live sparks probably roll into out of the birds ueots built lu the superstructure igniting the dryI straw Within a few hours a force of fifty or sixty men composing the bridge crew sue htSvork rebuilding tho span Chief Engineer Hunter McDonald arrived from l Nashville to take charge of the work it is xpectcd that the damage will laudsnilioreutly repaired withiu forty hours to permit tile resumption of truHiu There was no suspension ot trafiic on account of the mishap pas i senders baggage and express packages Ii Leiug transferred and carried on by way = fof Juthrie It was stated this afternoon that the Ii1paniwill i Diuiugwlhairs Tables uncIgen cram ortmeutof New Furniture arrit any daily at MORRIS I PHILLIP