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K THE HICKMAN COURIER OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WSTERN KENTUCKY ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY MARCH 8 1901 VOLXXXVI NO 15 h J J I 14 l SHAWS BIG 4 MILLINERY QNNGG A J =DRY GOODS DISPLAY TAKES PLACE TUESDAY MARCH 26th COME EVERYBODY m WE ONLY WANT YOU TO e LOOK ON THAT DAY Local and Personal I I I Miss Nona Parks leaves this weeK for ajmonths visit to Dyersburg Mrs Dr Bailey of Louisville is vis iting her aunt MrsR E Millet WO T U will meet with Mrs Eui i imaStephens Friday at 2 p m i r The Baptist Ladies Aid Society rrieets withJUrs Iasoy uextThtfrsdnxj ut 2p m Messrs J H Pollock iud Iugeu- Blakemoro I spent Monday in Union City buying hordes otct w Mrs Harry Ellison accompanied by her mother Mrs Geo Warrou are oili on a trip to St Louis and will bo absentL a week or more Dr S K Davidson will leave tonight on the Georgia Lee on his 16th tri i anunal professional visit to Tiptonville mid will be absent abcrat two weeks Mr W II Baltzer of Baltzert Dodds and Mr James Fnqua for H C Am berg left Sunday for the wholesale markets to buy spring and summer goods Miss Winnie Huckett is visiting in Mound City Ill IMr and Mrs L P Ellison left Thurs tiny night for Cincinnati Mrs Ellison will remain in Cincinnati several wecks and Mr Ellison goes to other cilJen to buy goal- tlr and Mrs C A Holcouihr jud Mrs Edna Bartlett vreut to Union City Wednesday Mrs Bnrtlett wlio his bien visit incr in HictnKiii several nuinths 1lextrtYfrUniQtt 1ty Tlturstlai J frh1r Ironic ivnnsiis r ligiatbreatecakes pitifjerUrend cookies popcorn balls sad candy at Womans Excbanpo Saturday afternoon The frame dwelling house in Last Hickman known as0he Barry iplace the property of Mr J J C Bondurant jvas totally destroyed by fire Wednes dny It was occopiod by u Mr KiD and family King succeeded iu saving most of his household goods Mr JBon duraut had 60000 insurance on the property The root of the residence of Mrs Geo Beale near by caught hut was readily extinguished with only slight damage The fire is supposed to have originated in defective flue G Ih a 3 Hers are Sore Leaasrs 4 5 FCStT It LJI = 11IJJy dnomI =erFCJw 4 17 lbs Granulated Sugar IOato 1 bbl Patent Flour 375 1 K Straight 320 20 Ibs Good Rice for lOO 10 pkgP Coffee 1OQD 15 Rolled Oats x00t12 Bars Soap for a V 20 0 lIb Packages SodaP12 Cans Corn GO I i Gallun N W Maple Syrup 115 i i I I 12 65I1 Quart 4i 36 1 1 Gal Best Louisians Molasses 50 llM B SHAWSJsopsi I II i i 4 UTs Tax Sale N I will offer for sale at the Court of Hoiww in Hickman Ky ou MARCH i1 bpgianing at t pI m the following ninth thereof as- i uu i od property or so i = necessary to pay all past due taxes Stiita I aunty and School penalty anti costs included to wit i Miss Belle Bluuton 1 town lot W H State and county tax 63c college tax 70 penalty 6 pr ct 7c cost 1 30 total Sa ySand county tax m 46 college tax 36 35 I penalty 0 pr ct 4 18 same for 1900 State and county tux 44 75 college tu1i A 5U 00 peualty 6 6S cost 1 50 total 5175 191 A Feaiherton town lot in Hickman JI State and county 163 college tux 1 70 penalty 1SV cost 1 50 total t85 02- Oti I ar Fowlks 172 acres laud State I and county tax 2 S3 penalty 13c cost 1 60 total tii2 l36 I Louis Kreager 1 town lot W 11 50 i State anti County tax 1 32 CollegeII tax 1 35 Penalty G pr ct I6 1 5 tMrsrn 00 State anticounty tax 82c r cal it lloge tax35e penalty 4c cost 1 50 I total 2 21 jI to djooschool tax 8 S5 penalty 0 pr ct 43c i cost 1 50 total1 SI 28 i i 68 of phindi t 82 school tax 1 25 penult 6 pr ct 27c cost 1 00 total JG 34 I G W Newton for wife 03 acres ofI- II land vale 600 00 State and coanty tax 5 64 penalty G pr ct 38c cost 1 50 i i total Ii 47 I L G Parry i towa lot vtlue 810 OD I State and county tax 1 07 college tax ji 1 07 penalty Gc east 1 GO total S3 70 LenRoberteou 160 acrw of laud val I I rttrt at 180 00 State and county taxI 2 06 penalty ife cost 1 fine total asJ GI J MJ Rinjro 330 am land valued at 16v4HK stab and county tux 10 UI penalty d pr ct 6cos 1 U total 812 tj74 i Safety Buiidinr and Lon Aocinfion i 19tutee Irnd State nd county tni j 33 m penalty list cust 11 60 total 65 01 I Smith k iJexvees lIt14i acres of laud1i ij val1 1 G05 State and county tax 10 61 j mhool tax in district 14 Be penalty i161ki ot 1 60 total 3V Albert Siott QII anres of land vat 5Ht 00 State and ounty tax 6 21 pen alty 37t cast 150 total jS 08 I II 1I tl Webb 1 town lot taint tax 5 02 1 i P J Wfitner I towM lot I IL 2 21 jI HICKMAN COLUKED TAX e l Anarl3unls1 tojrn lot 1Na1teax ffi til And rqn Irn fuJn Ito wtnl tacf5 1 7 frJMli 3taYBL ioiJ 01 Emily did fil 1 town lot teal tax S4 2- 1rry trmv t r J tn lotH total1 ton i i i i Jeore Kwirg 1 tirvu Iloi totol tax 1 6 W C Tiiirxn Mrtoiimll I torn lot total txItiLe 2 1II for total tux 4 41 I J Payees hTir J Imwullot totn tiIxl DSdi All err Gardner 1 tvv IKa I i tax 55 W M Tihnoi 10 sera of land nncItI 4 town lots total1 tax tii 18 John Jinking 1 town lot total tax 5 49 Fount Love 1 town lot total Uu5 02 Jerry Sanford 2 town lots total tax 5 43 I Nuthau Tally 2 town lots total tax 44 John Percoly 2 town lots total tax S3 Frank Smith 1 town lot total tax 61Lida UHs 4 town lots total tax 5 sa Cal Williams 1 town lot total tax 50 Charley ft ilsou 8 town lot i total I tax 7 96 Tom Warrick 3 town lots total tax 41 CAYCE PRECINCT R D Roper 110 acres of land total tax 22 n9 Jho R Williams 5 acres of laud total 3 9t5 3W in Jordan total tax 4 89lWEd Jones 155 acres of land total tax 3D GJ SASSAFRAS RIDGE G L Darnell ICO acres of land total tax 8 89 Mrs A C Pierce 130 acres of land to taltax G 07 f T STLBIILEKIELD S F C I L A Horrible Outbreak daugbhrs head writes C D Isbill of Morgan ton Tenn but Bncklons Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed for Eczema Tetter Salt Ritouni- imples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25 cents at Cowgill C Cowsills Gaih1Splendid Store Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYKOflONS IIII Call and see our Stock IAtiy r to date Qpi jJeiwarkable Cure of Rheumatism A j Frmu the Vindicator Rutherfordn OX The Editor of the Vindicator hush d occasion to test the efficiency CnUrnberlains Pain Balm twice withl ri the iosfc remarkable results in the case Firsfvithrhenmatism in the shoulder from which he suffered txcruciatin pain for ten days which was relieved1 with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted aud realizing instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time Second in rhenma tistq in the thigh joint almost pros trating him with severe pain which relieved by two applications rub with the liniment on retiring u painId M faw State Line Ky JIIarsnaIss Sale For Taxes s it Onllonday March 111901 it beiru fin day of the March term of tho Fulton County Court at the Court llouse door in Hickman Ky I will sell1 1of the highest bidder for cash for taxi dies city of Hickman and test of sole th44 following described real estate assessed in the names of the followingA Rio wit Two dollars is added 4- n each case for costs Seth Onrlin for 1S99 and 1900 0 I 24 arid of lot 23 5164 26 RH Smith W H lot No 139 7 30 J P Weimer G A Nos 22 to 27 S2 53 A G Webb E H b 6 No 185 4 20 COLORED LIST An Brown E H Nos 257 25S 4 92 Emily Caldwell E H b 2 No 235 c5 98 Mary Ellen Crowder E II Nos 21 216 225 224 5 983 Amy Carter G A Nos 79 80 2 67 Geo Ewing E H b G No 231 4 25 John Pain E II b 4 No 205 S4 26 Jerry Sanford E H b 4 Nos 203204II 8 Si 11 Frank Smith E II b 7 No 207 84t 25 Robt Efibmpson E H No 189 84 H2 Nathaii Tally E H Nos 229 230 itS4 18 frCalilhl1ms E H i of 190 197198 on 4 fClita E H Nos 237 to 214 alt 21 frf s VifijToM DIIION JR Marshal r N FOR SALE Mr A ia v driving arte anrl two Colts iAyiWADE 39I Y Q1 O i Vl I It baring beiouio npcosstry for me to r side it Clinton I desire the public iin j formed or the feet that I have establ lished permanent office quarters in the j Porter Building on the East side of I ij Court Square in Clinton lie from I which point I will conduct business in I iny line with promptness Persons who desire to ncgotiato for the loan of lonc at six per cent per annum Win o well to come and see me If not convenient to call at the office write or telephone either No 27 or 34 at Clinton KyDJohNsoN Fin Cor 384t Union Central Life Ins Co s W J BARRY COAT BUCKXEIlS OLD SHOP ill make you a Buggy to order W Repair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED WILL BUY OLD BUGGIES There are 60 candidates before the Democratic primary in Hie k m a m countyMr M Blair proprietor of the fine stock farm near Moscow had an exhibition of his blooded horses and cattle in Clinton last Monday H has the reputation of being the finest in Western Kentucky m W P BACON KILLED Some Suppose it to Be Suicide W P Bacon commonly known Billie Bacon sou of Mr Wilson tBacon I1 nibh tI by being run over by a railroad engt Ieoyeril his head was completely severed from his body and one leg cut off One theory was that he thought he was at i tempting to board a train to return touu his home and being under the iufluen cvfate andttr the moving engine Another theo was that he intentionally thus brought about his own death It is known thui once before he was found lying on the railroad track and it was thought was there fur the purpose 01the ending his life This with tho fate tthe a few days since it is known that said to a companion that he contemplated ending his life supports the suicide theory Billio Bacon was a popular kind hearted generous young man and every body liked him with the ono tnisfortuue sometimes drinking too much uudio with this exception was excellent in llilare his characteristics The whole tom nity is deeply grieved over his autism end He was buried in tho Shuck honeot ReynolIof City conducting i i services NEGROES ALARMED Last Saturday a row occurred at tland home of Linda Jackson colored and I 5that night her house was destroyed by tire Some of the negroes believe tithe tat house was set on fire by some white j I j people and the report was also obtained jf that the colored people have been ord rTri ed to leave town It was said by so tlltout of the colored people that the order 1leave town was published in the j Hickman Courier This was a mistake 1 no such order was published and there is no such order contemplated There was a communication published sug gesting the enforcement the vagr laws against certain people without visible moans of support and who p jI sisteutly refused employment No I wholesale order is contemplated The I 111tovardl l i who are willing aud trying to do someI r thing for theUJselvciII Hon R T Tyler was in Paducah this week looking after some cases in heIjI Federal Courtir Fort SALE2 Good Cultivators ap to E R G Courier Office Elder W S Roney has been calledl o the charge of tho Hickman Baptist church and we understand has accept r ed the call The service is to be regular very Sunday and we learn he will moyo to Hickman He is a preacher and will prove a most worthy citizenFortune Ward Co of Memphis have had erected a 20th century sanitary soda fountain It is a sensation even so large a city as Memphis being the first and only one in use in the Sou thput It is of Moorish design thirty feet Ion made of mahogany onyx marble ana finished with silver trimmings The Hawthorn Sisters Drama Company gave three performances City Hall Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday nights which were very well at tended and said to be very creditable R S Kimbro a citizen of the Crutch field neighborhood this county died ol pneumonia Saturday last He leaves wife and two children Funeral ces conducted by Elder Myatt at Cay last Sunday I n IJ The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelerstoTexasgo- via Cairo and the Cotton Be1t Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty milesshorter thatt01her routes l r siis saving in distance A 65makes a correspondingsav ing in time i Cotton Hit trains catty Pullmin- NJ1J stepcn at night Parlor Cafe Cm t during the day and Free Quit Carsii nightiwhere you sv tgoing and when you will letve end 4 we tell you the exact cost of o At a ticket and StileS you a complete t schedule for the alp We will alto l send you an Interesting little took s OA Trip to Texts toe 3LN N T P1 tan U- LRW6M41EfiPaML1Stlar FOUND IN AN OLD STUMP Otrtclaal 3laatacriDt of flee hoofs Ut Moreos L DIIteyc is asIltloi tc i goeshcreated recently in southern Illinois a discovery made by darshal Pen rod who lives on a farm close to the village of Dongola in Unin county asa the Chicago Inter Ocean Penrod digging a black stump out of a po field close to his residence found atone which teas agents foot long aod peculiarrshape of the stone t which resembled pocketbortl attracted his attention and upon close examination he found carved on He face in English the fol lowing words This stone contains original manuscript of the book 01It1Ii faunae Joseph Smith The ravages of time had apparently lcmade litte headway on the atone and upon close examination he found Ute stone watfhollow A hole had been drilled entirely through it and at both ends red cedar plugs had been driven Upon removing one of the plugs aeTcr al sheets of paper containing writing hieroglyphics that could not be de ciphered were found The characters peculiar following DO knOW line writingIy the lrt page wan found written in English The rode this manuscript will deliver the issame to the elders of the Mormon withaMr Penrod and already coromtinica tion has been made with the Salt Lake church giving the incidents of the find It is thought the Mormon church will take steps at once to wcure the atone also the manuscript IARIBSTS AT PARIS FAIR Poll Rpori AkK P11 of eedAjr lel roemd fa ties taeeeYatlr joftke ExpotiUom exposition police report just showa a total of 13097 arrests ertoflue divided saga the Chicago Trib tine Murder 4 murderous nwaulte llfi crimes againat morals 362 minor an snails 1192 defacing property 401 theft 4803 L11lStrangeors arrested Weft 1189 Of these 44 were American which rw sceptTrlone each The total number of arti des found and turned over to the t police yens 6G3F jndudi o sstchol p contalnmg Stsio0 in American money e which never was claimed mote than t 6000 umbrellas one ft of false teeth 2ts single garters 22 corsote wrappedtir newspapers or otherwise three bur glars kits five croffcos of the Legion of Honor 14 foreign decorations one pair of ladys russet riipper only ql8OlIrarticlesThi museum with the exception of what may be claimed before May 1 will be cold at auction for the bone fit of charity QUEER ACCIDENTS TO QUITS TfineCeue4 Ptier Aaao Se Orovr While the British battleship Than derer gas off Milford Haven Wales not long ago a curious accident to inone of her gone caused much alarm among her crew A target had been out for practice with the teninch broach loading gun When one woof fired b electricity only a portion of the projectile was discharged the base plate of the shot and a portion guniteWhen the plate wasremovod the prep atsure of gas forced a portion of tite projectile from the breech of the gun On the second gun being fired a leis about three inches in diameter wu blown through the projectile the other part of the base plate being left behind The base plate was 1m this tcane separated ham the zest of the projectile rviSuch aocidefste ere belicraS never cepreviously to have oenrrd 8 betted any ship There wars nnxlt alarm among those in the turret M the bursting of the guns wa for a time feared It is euggcrted that either the powder in the projectile WM damp or there wets water in the gun So far aa can be men both gosit Motnd Oat of Dor Primer An exchange suggests the following questions for a new primer The ques tions may be answered even in hot weather See tho corn in the field Can the corn walk No the corn stalks It See the pretty cake Does the cako stalk 2- Never But you should see a cake walkI I have a rope Can the rope walk Yes if it is taut The hen iis in the garden Does the hen rise t No the hen sets f The mercury is in the tube Will the mercury set No my child Wait until July ands uc 4 d I i 6- k y The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY A A Au r r r Jrr 1901 MARCH 1901 1 SIB KKf TDDi TOB I jtmJi FU SIT I I I 1 I 9I I 1 2 0- J t 34567i893I Il J I Z 10 1111 12J13 1415 116 J f I 1 18 19 l 23li 1 I24 25 26 27 2829 30 31 I t I I I t r CURRENT TOPICS The brain and spinal cord Stave SOOOooo nern ells The average weight of a sheep fleece ii Sys pounds Judie has returned to the Paris Etage after years of absence There are eight submarine cables of over 2000 miles in length Kansas City claims to have estab t lished fifty new factories in 1900 Only three weeks arc required to develop a perfect mosquito from the- elYR The marriage rate of Queensland Australia has bets steadily declining from ltIJfper 1000 in 1SG3 to C3 per 1000 in 1S9S Gen Joe Wheeler has announced that he will be a candidate for a seat In congress from his old district the eighth Alabama Jewelers robemakers and court costumers of London look for an abundant harvest from the corona tion of Edward VTL It is now many years since Gov Wells of Utah was n newspaper reporter in San Francisco on a salary of a few dollars a week Ladysmith received daily during the siege a dose of three tons of Boer ex plosives 12000 shells being thrown Into the town before relief eame The latest census bulletin gives tho population of Virginia as 1551134 The population of Wisconsin is S OG0092 increasing 27 per cent In one case 266000 has been saved owing to the establishment of wire tress telegraphy between the East Goodwin Lightship and the South Foreland Electricity ns a motor for regular railway trains has been found 13 per cent cheaper than steam in the experiments recently made at Berlin on the WnnseeUahn A stained glass window is to be laced in llurton church Williams J iburg Vt in memory of Chief Justice Marshall who attended that church while a student at William and Mary CollegeA cavern rivaling i beauty ann natural phenomena if not Sn size the famous Mammoth Cave o Kentucky has just been discovered pcros the Juniata river frond Maple ton Penn Otjlslsl figures of iron 0from Alabamafmul Tennessee during January 1901 show an increase in ev cry department of the trade over the corresponding month last year ex cept in exports Chief Justice Story in his deg rip tion of Chief Justice Marshall said that the latters hair was black his eyes small and twinkling his fore fiend rather lowbntthis features generally harmonious Two of the most venerable relics of The French nnvy the dispatch boats Inconstant and Papia have been bought by the republic of Ecuador+ wnd are now being patched up to be aent to their destination Charles Oliver the railway commis sioner of New South Wales has re turned home after having spent a month in England and four months iin this country getting new ideas in re gard to the working of railways Fiftyseven thousand eight hun kflrcd dollars worth of old Hawaiian tamps went up in Rtuoke the other day They were the remnants of the byktorder of the postmaster general 1InTripoli barley constitutes thi bulk of the food of the people The area under this crop constitutes about threefourtHfi of the culti rated land nnd mate annual crop is from 1400000 to 2000000 bushels ExLieut Goy Henry C Hates of appointed4rgl Philippines a salary of from 5000 to 5500 ac cording o the district which will be 0assigned upqn his arrival in Manila Gen Lftsserre who has arrived ui France frreii China where lie com imandcd tie French artillery says the fighting crave the French gunners the first recfi opportunity of testing the etTect of KicHnitc shells It was veivr deadly Nothing in the world- S cqunJs it arid all the allied troops werp amazed as the terrible nature of the explosive Until the German emperor was Hack o field marshal no one but 5CIng Edward VIL himself was both A field marshal of the English armj And an julmirnl of tliefKnglish fleet The number of Jritish field marshals 4 now nine The sultan has made a great inno vation by authorizing the ladies of i Ida harem to be hotographcd a iermiKRion newer grained to them be fore It is a curiouJ sign of the tiny ir Turkey that tit ladies have rill had xneir porlraits tai en in la rUlnn eS ning dresses and not Jn Unii 111 proper Orintal costumes r k l n 4 Sr Y- 1t CHURCH AND PRESS A Warm Friendship Should Exis- Between Them Dr TnlmnKo Sny That the Spoken IVoril niul thelrlnlydlSord Should Go SIH h y SIdNColl ami the Printing Iresn Copyright 1901 by Louis l lop ehl In this discourse Dr Talmagc culls for a warm friendship between those who preach the Uospel and those who make newspapers the spoken word and the printed word to go side by side text Luke UVS The children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light Sacred stupidity and solemn incom petcncy and sanctified laziness are here rebuked by Christ He says worldlings nre wider awake for op Menportilnitiesj of the world grab occasions while Christian people let the most valu able occasions drift by unimproved That is the meaning of our Lore when lie says The children of thisI world are in their generation wiser 1 than the children of light A marked illustration of the truth of that maxim is in the slowness of the Christian religion to take pos session of the secular printing press The opportunity is open anti has been for soup timei open but the ecclesiastical courts and the churches gi ml the ministers of religion are fur the most part allow lug the golden opportunity to pass unimproved That the opportunity is open I declare from the fart that nil the secular newspapers are glad of nuy religious facts or statistics that you present them Any auimat ed and stirring article relating to religious themes they would gladly print They thank you for any in formation in regard to churches If n wrong has been done to any Chris tinn church or Christian institution you could go into any newspaper of face of the land and have the renl truth stated Dedication services ministerial ordinations nnd pastors installations cornerstone laying of a church Anniversary of n charitable society will have reasonable space in any secular journal if it have previ ous notice given If 1 had some great injustice done me there is notlt an editorial or n reportorial room in time United States iuto which 1 could not go and get myself set1 right and that is true of any well known Christian man Why then hoes not our glorious Christianity embrace these magnificent opportuni ties I have before me a subject of first and last importance How shallI we secure the secular press as a mighty reenforcement to religion and the pulpit The first thing toward this result 5s cessation of indiscriminate lios tility against newspaperdom YouI might as well denounce the legal pro fession because of the shysters or the medical profession bjjpnuse of the onf the swindling bargain makers as to thenfare recreant editors and unfair re porters nnd unclean columns iittcn berg the inventor of the art of print typess and extinguish the art because it was suggested to lim that printing might- he t suiorncd into the service of the devil hut afterward he bethought himsef that the right use of the art might more than overcome the evi use of it and so he spared the type and the intelligence of all following ages 3hit there are ninny today in the depressed mood of lUteabcrg with uplifted hammer wanting to pound to pieces the type who have not reached ills better mood in which he saw the art of printing to be the rising sun of the worlds illuminastion If instead of fighting newspapers we spend the same length of time and the same vehemence in marshaling their help in religious directions we would be as much wiser as the man who gets consent of the railroad super intendent to fasten n ear to the en of a rail train shows better sense thanI he who runt his wheelbarrow up the track to meet and drive hark the Chi cago limited prl R The silliest thing that a man ever does is to fight a views paper for you may have the floor for utterance perhaps for one day in th week while the newspaper has the floor every das in tiie week Napoleon though a mighty man had many weak ficsscs and one of the weakest thinn he ever did was to threaten that if th English newspapers did not stop their adverse criticism of himself he would with 400000 bayonet + eros the rhino nel for their chastisement Dont tight newspaper Attack provokes attack Better wait until the excite ment blows overand then go in and get justice for get it you will if you have patience and common sense and equipoise erf disposition It ought to be a mighty sedative that there is an error mans amount of common sense in the world and you will eventuallyt be taken for what you are really worth and you cannot be puffed up and you cannot be written down and if you are the enemy of good society that fact willj corne out and if you are the friend ofIt good society that fact will be etitab fished I j I know what I am talking about forIl I can draw on my own experience Allj the respectable newspapers as far as I know are my friends now Hut many of you remember the time when I was the most continuously and meanly at tacked man in this country God gave IIIeltI grace was required What I said was I perverted and twisted into just the J opposite of what J did say There were millions of people who believed thatI i there iV23 ulc2t sofa in rev pu iti e HJ although we never had anything but a chair and that during the singing by the congregation I was accustomed to lie down on that sofa and dangle my Yortl Ik correspondents for leu years inisre presented our church services but vC waited and people from every neighborhood of Christendom caine there to find the magnitude the falsehoods concerning the church and concerning myself A reaction set in and soon we hadl justice full just ire more than jaS tire and as much overpraise as once we had imderaupreeiation and BO tutu that ever lived was so much indebted to the newspaper press for opjtortul iity to preach the Gospel1 aslal1Young men in the ministry young men in all professions and occupation a wait You ran afford to Wait Tafae rough misrepresentation as a Turkish towel to start up your languid circtila jlion or a system of massage or Sued iish movement whose pukes and pullsl and twists and thrusts are salutary 1treatment There is only one person you need to manage and that i iourself Keep your dispositions sweet by eommuuioa with Christ who answered not again get societyof genial people and walk out in the sunshine with yoiir hat off and you will roman out all right And dont join the crowd of people in our daywho pend much of their time damning newspaper Again in this effort to secure time secular press as a mightier Teen 1 force ment of religion let us make it the sourest of nTigious information My uhiofllu given to friends who propose to start a new paper is Dont Dont Employ the papers already started The biggest financial holInr dug in this American continent is the hole in which good1 lpeople throw their money when they start a newspaper It is almost ns jgood unit as quirka way of getting i riof money as buying stock in a jp Not more printingl j rht use of those i 1 their evhin 1 I their Pr t t v t it ir ed o q I i 1 roomI t r x t v i engage i i i ion and i 1 c i the ec 1I enforce in rT j ulpit ex tc i + I Christian t t ntutivfs of t M i 11 easychairs p + i rt i en theycourt i i For the most nilr men of edncn t i ment graduates of ic i families to support by U try craft many of themI v ith the pushof a business i t precarious and fluctuating ea one of them theI avenue of in formation to thousands of readers their impression of the services to l be the impression adopted by niujtl i tudes They are connecting links be tween a sermon or a song or a aIdray by day nnd year by year with Itheir sorrows uncomforted and t their sins unpnrdoiied Oh the hundreds of thousands of people in our cities who never attend churches Our cities nee not so much preached to by ministers of religion as by re porters Put oil journalists into our prayers nod sermons Of all thehun dred thousand sermons preached tojiI day there will not be three preached to journalists and probably not one Of all the prayers offered for classes of men innumerable the prrtyerrt of frt for the most potentialI ftab 1will be rlo few suit rare that they will be thought n jireaehers idlosyn erasy There are many journalists i- nlour church memberships but this world will never be brought to Ood until sour revivtil of religion sweeps over the land and takes into the Kingdom of Hod all editors report ers compositors pressmen and news boys Hut some one might ask would you make Sunday newspapers also a reenforcement I have learned to take things ns they are I would1 like to sec the much scoffed at old againdy will turn out any better men and women than were your grandfathers and grandmothers under the old fashioned Sunday Tol say nothing of other results Sunday newspapers are killing editors reporters com and manewoman and child is entitled to 2 I hours of nothing to do If the neWs papers put on another set of hands editorialRand uriceresponsibilities Our literary me die fast enough without billing then with Sundav work All things are possible with mod an my faith is up until nothing in the way of religious victory would surprise me All the newspaper printing press es of the earth are going to be the Lords and telegraph and telephone and type will yet announce nations born in a day The first book ever amI11is o iug thIfolye the great mission of printing for tIle evangelization ofall nations The father of the American printing JessiIi ninimake o the types t Again we shall seethe secular press as a mightier reenforcement religion and the pulpit by making our religious utterances more inter csting and spirited and then the will theTwayi a abjournalist sand a thing that has kept me ever since thinking Are you tohayhatl i i 1 t said r mean by that anything that will be striking enough to be remem bered Then Isaid to myself Yhat right have we in the pulpits I and Sunday schools to take the time of the people if we have nothing to say That i memorable David did not have any difficulty in remembering Nathan thrust Thou art the man nor Felix in remembering Pauls pointblank utterance on right eousness temperance and to pome nor the English king any difficulty in remembering what timei court preacher said when during the sermon against sin the preacher threw his handkerchief into the kings pew to indicate whom hoj meant That Providence intends the profes sion of reporters to have a mighty uliureln lll worlds redemption is sug jrvt Idi iI tin fntr that Paul and Chriet Ink ai r Mrier slung with them andI he reported their addresses and thei acts luKe was a reporter and li wrote not onlyI the book of Luke bu thfb of the Apostles and without that reporters work we would have knot II nothing of the Pentecost andI nothing of Stephens martyrdom and 1nlflingof Ta hi tints resurrection amid nothing of tht jailing and unjuil jing of Paul and Silas and nothing of the Inpwreck at Melita Strike outj the reporters work from the tiblean yiiii KiM a large part of the New Testa merit It makes iiu think that in th future of the Ikingdom of God the rt porters art TO bear a mighty part About i tnrs 1gga representative of an important New York newspaper took hitat iin my I1rookvn eherch one Sunday night about fixe pews from the front of the pulpit lie took out 1pencil in reporters pad resolved to caricature the whole scene When tit music Lru he began soil with his peneil lie iri ed that and then derided the prayer Ind then derided the read i ing of the Seriptures and then began to ilerire ttier canon But he says for surer naoi his hand began to tremble and he rally ing himself sharpened hi pencil and started again but broke coon again and then put pencil an paper in hi pocket and his head down on the front of the pew and began to pray A the close of the service h e eame rip and asked for the prayers of others ami gave his heart to God and though sill engaged in new spapNr ork he jis an evangelist and hires hall at hi = own expense and every Sun day afternoon preaches Jesus Christ to the eoir- Am tin men J that profession tre going to game in a body throughout the country 1 know hundreds of them and a more genial or highy educated class of turn it would be hard to find and though the tendency of their pro session may be toward skepticism an organized Summon sense gospel toy tation would fetch them to the front of all Christian endeavor Men of the pencil and pen in all de partments you need the help of the Christian religion In the day when people want to get their ncwsJn Ie 15 at two cents and are hoping for ih time when they can get any of them a one rent and as a consequence the at Caches of the printing press are by the thousand ground under the cylinders you want God to take care of you and your families Sonic of your best work is as much unappreciated as was Nil tons lnraIJj10ot for which the author received 525 and the iwtnort- i poem Hohcnlinden of Thomas Campbell when he first offered it for publication and in the column Notices to Correspondents appeared the words To T1 CThl Lines com mencing On Linden when the su was low are not up to our standard Poetry is not T Cs forte Omen of the pencil nod pen amid your unappreciated work you need en 1crour r merit and you Inn have it Prit of rill Christendom editors rep compositors pressmen publi and readers of that which is printed resolve that you will not write set up edit issue or read any thing that deljnses body mind or soul In the name of God by the laying on of the hands of faith and prayer or dain the printing press for righteous ness and liberty and salvation All of us with some influence that will help in the right direction let us put our hands to the work imploring God to hasten the consummation In a ship with hundreds of passengers approaching the South American coast the man on the lookout neglected his work an dof in a few minutes the ship would have been dashed to ruin on time rocks Hut a cricket on hoard the vessel thatthud made no sound all the voyage set up n shrill cull at the smell of land and the captain knowing that habit of the in sect the vessel was stopped in time to insign nificant means now stay do wonders and the scratch of a pen may save the souldAre you all really for the signing o the contract the league the solemn treaty proposed between journalism and evangelism Let it be a Christian marriage of the pulpit anti the printing press The ordination of the for mer on my head the pen of the latter in my hand it is appropriate that I publish the banns of such a marriage- S Let them from this day be use in ih ret demptionLet 1 and powers and kingdoms be Obedient mighty God to Thee And over land and stream and main Now wave the scepter of Thy reign 0 let that glorious anthem swell ellfTill not ore rebel heart remains But over all the Saviour reigns Fires Sprint Caiuimlsrn Mrs Modus Well George you prom ised me a new bonnet George I Iroinieri you a new bonnci Great Scot When Mrs Modus Iefore you married me you swore that never should disgrace rest upon my head through you andi what do you cali this shabby thin A thats on uiy best now TitBits 4- ix 1ri F1FTYStTIISecond Seton CONGRESS Washington Feb 7 emateAn important amendment to the Philip pine itici lm nt to the army appropriation hill was agreed to in thSIIIt Tuesday It was an am piitiijition of the amendment pre lavingtr milieu rate public lauds and the granting of franchises amid concessions in The Philippines It was aciepted by Ihe committee in charge of the measure and iis now a part of the committee amendment Ihirnisc tilt afternoon Mr Allen se verely arraigned trIdnl Sampson for sumac endorsements lit is allegedl to have iirule upon the application of hief Gunner Charles Morgan of the navy for promotion to the grade of commissioned officer Mr Allens dciiumiatiou of Adam Sampson was rharrsoulel ftam riirhtlyI in formed there was a time wh n Sampson Aaiio better than Jiiirle Morgan the gunner Washinirton Feb 3t Senate Wednesday the senate passed tIll Spooner nnradutrntto the army re orguniatiott bill It is in regard to Philippilislunclo oclockdI Thursdjy morning containing tilt republicanmaof the PiiitipiMties and the future re lations isis een the 1nited States and Cul a Many amendments were offered to boil propositions lint were voted down Tin originalI Spanner ainei liii iit jys ametui d regarding franchises as proposed by 111 r Hoar the latter propositions having been majorityel a busy lay of routine agreeing to Ihe confer enc reports ou 1 the fortificationi Dis trice of Columbia and the military academy bills the Instnnincd con legislationTheI I featsof a motion to concur in the senates subulatinedtorpedo Washington March LSenate1niimiuense amount of business was dis posed of amid not a single point raised was sharply ontroxerted The river apprupriar ihraconference report on time war revenue reduction measure iinal conference reports were made and agreed to on the diplomatic nail consular and the agricultural appropriation bills tool another ionference ou the post office bill was ordered Conference reports on several other measures were agreed to and severalI bills of a minor character were passed House The house cleared the decks Thursday of a number of im portant conference reports without much difliculty The conference report on the war revenue reduction bills proved generally acceptable to both sides amid was adopted without division Final reports on the diplo matte anti consular and agricultural adoptrcL1hcemajor part of the day was devoted tot the bill to promote the eflieiency of the revenue cutter service Washington March 2Seuatc During the greater pert of a long tiresome session of the senate Friday the sundry civil appropriation bill was umlcr consideration A night session was held and at 113 Saturday morn a1tug this measure was passed The hills appropriating UOOOO for the Buffalo IanAinerieiin exposition 100iUtio for the St Louis Louisiana Purchased exposition and 230000 for the Charleston Interstate mild West In dian exposition was attached to then bill as ruler- sHouseThe1 house removed all possibility i of an extra session by concur ring in the senate amendments to the army appropriation bill The vote stood t3l1 1o 134 It was a strict party vote with the exception of Mr Me I all I Mass Mr Loud Col Mr Driscoll N Y Mr Maim 111 who lIoperWispared The bill goes to the president Thel final1 conference report upon the Indian npropriutiou bill was adopted anti a number of minor hills wen put through the final stages The conference report on the St Louis exposition till which agreed to Sun day closing was agreed to and the bill vvis sent bank to conference A motion to concur ill the Charleston exposition amendment was defeated Sl to lV- Washington March fCDth house congress was in session Sunday mud Sunday night At 2 oclock Mon day morniir s IItthe appropriation hill had been finally acted upon by the house and senatet except tthe sunilrj civil and river mini harbor hills The motion of Mr Allison to reeecc ou the exposition timcndmciit was agreed to wit bout division On a yea and nay vote 511 r Vests notion prevailed atI to lit which passed tIll Stt Louis ex position bill appropriating 1000000 prtsiclllItThl Crixitcon serener report on the sundry civil I 1 lasedtIltThe volume of work tToue by the con Sundayingar The congress was in sessior 1U7 days which is less then any lon gress for years The following is giv en of bills arts etc Xuiiiber ol hills Hsr number of reports 3000 public acts rIi private acts 1250 total nets 1VI1 number of joint res olutions mi Ailni Ievtv Improving Washington lall hllillItCr- awrcl secretary to Adm Dewy stated Thursday morning that the admiral was steadily improving from his attack of grip ami hoped to he able to participate in the inaugural ceremonies next 1lottlayNff1J To Increase Cuurert Inu 11r Salaries Washington March L Senator IJut ler Thursday gave notice of mat amend ment he Will offer to the sundry civil lull increasing the salaries of senators and members of congress to 7500 per year a I HELP FOR WOMENIj WHO AKE ALWAYS TIREDjf I do not feel very well Il1n so I tired all the time 1 do not know what1 I is the matter with me You hear these words every day as often as yon meet your friends just so often are these words repeated More r than likely you speak the srm signii t cant words yourself and no doubt y outo do feel far from well most of tire time Mrs Klla Rice of Chex a Wis vhosc portrait we publish writes that tshe suffered for two years with bear in down pains headache backache t and had all kinds of mihcnib feelings 3 all of whieh was caused by fallkiT and j inflammation of the womb i ml after v doctoring with physicians and mmer p oub medicines she was entirely cured by J ills ELI t Ian r Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Conj r poundIf you ore troubled with pains fainting spells depression of spirits i reluctance to go anywhere headache backache and always tired please remember i that there is an absolute remedy which will relieve you of your f suffering as it dirt Mrs Rice Proof is monumental that Lydia E Pink hums Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine for suffering women iti Ko other medicine has made the cures I that it hat and no other woman has I helled so many women by direct advice as has Mrs Pinkham her experience is greater than that of any living per gethcrBEST SPRING nIEDIClNE r The Palm Given to Dr Greenes 1 Nervura That Grand Jury ilio ITeoplf Have So DccHed e Used by Hundreds of Thousands in Spring as a Blood Medicine i Dr Greenes Xervura bloo and nerve remedy is indeed the Worlds Great Spring Medicine It has come to be recognized by almost everybody as the best possible spring medicine f to take and hundreds of thri esatSsf of our people use it during the rry ing spring months to tone up anew the relaxed nerves and remvigorataJ and enrich the blood A spring medicine is a necessity it I one wishes to keep in perfect health and vigor during the changes from winter to summer This grand spring tonic this perfect spring medicine Dr Greenes Xervura blood and nerve remedy is exactlyI what the system i weeds at this season It not only5 purifies but makes rich red blood it not only strengthens and invigorates t the nervous system but reenergizes and revitalizes the nerves by feeding them with renewed nerve force andy power It is not onlall aid to uiges3 tion but it creates a regular natural and healthy action of the bowels livnj er kidneys which in the spring arer always sluggish and inactive J In fact it is just what people need to make them well and keep them welll during these months so threatening tothuhealth of all anti when it is conl sidered that Dr Greenes Xcrvura3 blood and nerve remedy is made cnfc J tirely from pure healthgiving vege giveitother remedy on earth no one can doubt that it is the very best springs rMrSt Jersey saysIsvas f andcould not sleep on account of the pains in my head I was suffering night and day with dyspepsia could not cat anything my stomach vrouldE sour so I had to starve myself to have any ease 1 had to give up work ate last 1 was so nervous and miserable and I was falling away in flesh so thatf my friends hardlyI knew me I tried several remedies but without avail Dr4GreenesNerynrablood edy I tried one bottle and began to improve I started in to eat all right 1 then I picked up my health my head aches disappeared mind my weakness and sour stomach went away I used three bottles andcouhl sleep all night with ease I used six bottles and felt like a new man I can now do a hard days work without any trouble audI tam as happy as a bird in spring I wai so miserable always suffering always in pain but now J am like a new man Use Dr Greenes Xervura blood and nerve remedy this spring for it is this discovery and prescription of a well known physician Dr Greene of 34 YoHth St Xew York CitySoho is responsible for its beneficial action and who ran be consulted free 01 charge personally or by letter y CUXES WKtKt ALLllSLfJUS Best Cough fiirnfr Tastca Good Uaa ln MmK Pnldbv eniratotu CONSUMPTjtN ra 1F r- a f J tI THE INAUGURATION William McKinley for the Secondl Time Takes the Oath of Oflice as President ROOSEVELT BECOMES SVICE PRESIDENT The Scenes Were Inspiring Ones Long to Be Itciiieiubered by the Visitors That Were Present The Iaraile of the tllitirv nvnl unit Civic Micielie 1Va the Pin CM Kvcr WitniTMNiMl iin Vasli i U IiiaiiKTiirul Address ashin nfheMcKinloy was iiiaugurntil PrsidllItI I i I lnt of the United Stats for thlcoiifl term Snoh roads of lIulI1j i incut people swell tiii crack iiiili Lary nalliaticIIIS ar1 41rprt rIita- IIc Vinericans hate srldom beiii seen in trite Capitol city I lirfore Some o f th picturesque dements iucitlclItII to former inaugurations coure IaCIIICIillg to the fact President hIIIIIaA hiH11 tllatII I I cissor diminntingI the n nal fIlIal ii calls by the IIItitlII eIr41 UJMMI tIIII j ri tiring president amd his return of S 1tO1IlIarPfCMient McKinlcv I lft till capitol Iulldinir at HtMt to await thadI journment of eonjM s aril be ready to allix his signature tto the last hill which were rushed through In tthci senate chamber tin arrangement oil1 i ijlfnatnrsj i lee President lOiisrvelt licgan his snort inauguration pMh just Ibefie the inauguration ct tIll pr itlI the scene was an inpiring one Tin lath of Oilier I Trefident MeKinlev begsin his in j uJlralaJdns short v 1w fort n inn and although it was comparativclv short the delivery as listened to with rapt qttcntio uv all within tearing distance At the conclusion nt the address tVe oti hat OIi adiniiistered by Chief lustier 111alld when President McKinley kissed the Uible and swore to preserve prote f and defend the cttnstitjtiu of the Inited States a treat shout front the thou sands upon thousands of peopleI riusscd about the gr at buildiug an iiounced to the cjunry tuna William McKinJcy had commenced Ills S- terd ti rat Troop A of Cleveland uouqt I on liMulomc blick charger acted a 3 personal escort to resident I McKinley in the great parade and made iin imposing appearance This is not tiieir first appeanmee however at the national capital as they acted in the same capacity four years ago At 1 11 the inaiigunil panule one of the greasiest ever witnessed in the capital of the nation moved from tic capitol up Pennsylvania avenue amid the cheers of the multitude McKiiiHjs IniiiiKriiral Aililrcst9- My Fellow Citizens When we use sembled here on the Ith of March 197 there was great anxiety with regard to our eurrencyuid credit None exists now Then our teasllrIII receipts were inadequate to meet thgcurrent obligation of the govern jncnt Now they are Kiflieient for all ij jiitbliiiiiceds and we have a stlrpldsII iinstead of a deficit Then I stained to convene congress in lonIexIi I iraordinnry session to devise revenues in 0toOj government Now I have the satis faction to announce thai the con gross just closed lies reduced taxation in the sum of 41000000 Then there was deep solicitude because of thelilt long depression in our manufacturing mining agricultural fRnd mercantile industries and the consequent dis 1res of our laboring population Now every avenue of production is crowd ed with activity labor is well employed and American products tintrgood markets at home and abroad Our diversified productions however arc increasing in such unprecedented volume as to admonish us of the necessity of still further enlarging Q our foreign markets by broader com mercial relations For this purpose reciprocal trine arrangements with other nations should in liberal be carefully cultivated and piritII The national verdict of ISJfi has by the most part been cxccuted What ever remains unfulfilled is a contin nine obligation resting with undi mini lllt1 force upon the executive I and the congress But fortunate nstljj is its permanenceour condition eau j only be secured by sound business I nicihoils and strict economy in na i ti mill administration and legislation The War With Spalii Honesty capacity aifd industryI arcw nowhere more indispensable than of in public employment There should I be fumlarncnlal requisites to orig Iinal appointment and the surest 1 guarantees against removal Four years ago we stood on the j l110t prim of war without the people knowing it and without any preparation or effort at perparing for the im pending peril 1 did allI that in Ihonor could be done to avert the war but without avail It became inevitable at Its first regularand the coniTess session without party division 101I viilccl money in anticipation of tlcII vrisi and in preparation to meet It came The result was signally favorable to American arms and in the highest degree honorable to the gov I rrnment It imposed upon us t gations TOIII which we can notOhhISII Jape anti from which It would be eltlnowI s is my fervent prayer that if differ I act s arise between n clod other lowers Ihynrly lx settled by pester i ful arbitration and that hereafter we may be spared the horrors of war faithful Discharge of Hilly secl ond time with the ofliuf president I enter upon its administration apple ciating the great rlslJtihili t 110111111lI1dl I served devotion on my part to t I faithful discharge and reverentlyhirII voicing for my yiiidaiMt the direction and favor of AlinighTy God 1 should I j shrink from the duties this day usII Mimed if L did not feel that iin their uIollrntionI I i i men of all parties It encourages me for the great tusk which I undertake j t I nlunturi11II posed upon the thief executive of j ii the republic will give me generous II support in my duties to preserve i M Protect and defend tin constitution ii of the United States and to tare ij that the laws be faithfully executed i The nationalI purpose iis indicated j Illronght intionilI election IIt is I I i I i the constitutional iiieilunl of IIStt t tainiii the public will When Ultl rlI it is registered it is a law to us all and faithful observance should follow j its lcnIII j Strong helpful hands i ere needed anti fortunately we have them in every part of our beloved einutry We are remitted Sectional i iII has disappeared lIIii iision on Ipublic ijiicst ions can nu tinker 1 Ittraced by the war 11111 11II I These old1 ililTen miners less and ii s I ditirb the judgment IKxisting prII h ms demand the thought and II i 1 Ill stir iiureience of the oath anl the resptiiibility her their presence las well for their righteous MIiiciit rests iiion n nil 110 more ngua- ml i than upon you There arc once national cjiiestions ii the olition of which pattI IIjllIM tieiii oil our hands nor iacil it II their adjust incut Distrust iu tl I II purputyiIj 1111 inspiring theme for fuTnr po t r Building Delivery Inaugural u litinal contests Dark pitiuvs moll i oomr nre wor c thii j useless TbttW only becloud they do Stirty1n1 i nthumed The prophets of il tell inut the builders of the rcpaiii ntr its crisis since hUH then salt dI j served it The faith of th r fuelti j ers was a miphty in the crca Don and the faith or their descend ants has wrought its progrcai mi furnished us defenders THE AMERICAN PEOPLE Intrenched in Krccilom nt Iomi Isle Their love for It With1 Tliiiii Wherever They Co They are obstructionists who ln spair and who would dc trov collate dcree in the ability of our people lo solve wisely and for civilization thej mighty problems resting npin tluni The American people intrcncii I in freedom at home take thru lute it with them wherever this o unIwoth1 own liberties i y the endur ing foundations of liberty to ohcrs Our institutions will not de t MM irate extension id our sense of justice rill not abate under tropic in distant seasfie heretofore su loCI t aftcr will the rrtion demonstru is fitness to administer any new estate which events devolve upon it mill in tear of liod w IIi talOl ion botnulsIthese among is who would mak mr way Moire duicult we must not 1e I ht the more cirnstlj dedicate otirscves to ti have rightly entered Th pih1 progress is behlom smoo n New things are ofLvi found hart 10 dour fathers found theta so We find illlonnnicnllTlwI i mull better rot the effort and I I sacrifice and are not those we serve lifted up and hllIlII Kcpuhllcs mony- We I will be consoled too with the fats that opposition has confronted evcrv onward movement of the re public from its opening hour until j now without success The re j prblic has marched on and nn and itsI every step hs exalted freedom std IIhl1IaI1 I ordeal sis did our predecessors a century ago We arc follow the course they blazedI TIaIi Will their suecessoi s j soil plead organic huuotoneylI I in the nation Surely after ii ytisui acliievement for mankind we jil- i nut now surrender our equality vvii other powers on matters iiiidamcntil and essential to nationality tlith- no such purpose was the nation err rated In no Mich spirit has it devel old its full and Independent ate trIrt We aihere to the principle bya selves a subordinate rank in the tam ilj of nations II3 cm of Ihe Past Four Ycitr M1 11IIjII the public event lor the pa I loss t ears haM none ill lI1 liiinii Tha too near tnl 11Ii I and farreai pins III their rouse qmiuos to run hcs aril our rela 11ti t I I i t I I part which the I IiiitedI Stales bore so honoially iu the thrilling scene i il China whilei new to American life has IMII in harmony with its true spirit i11011lt traditions slid in dealintr with the results its policy fujtiIMS- 114 flIt atI ilii1 moment a most iiiijiertiut qurstiut thatI of theI fu turn relations of the Inited States ami Cului With our near neighbors we i Mist reniahi close friends The declaration of pnrjHises of this governnicnt if the ivsolution of April o 1t4l must IN made good laver since till evacuation of the island h the arny of Spain the executive vItljt all practicable sjieed has een assisting1 its Mnpl in the successive iteps niressary to the rstablishllleiit a free ami indcnndcnl govern inint prcparei in assume and jMr torn till obliiations of international laa chirp now rest opus the Limited States under the Inatyof Paris Hcljtlloiis Withi Ciihn fir eonventioii elected by Ithe TWo ple to frame a constitution is ape proaching the lmpllt inn of its Ila aura The transfer of American tone trol1 to the new government is of such great importance involving an obligation result ja rum our inter vention told the t rlalynf peace that au iMad to In advisedi by the t ot cnn reSS of the jolirytthlrh legislativei branch of the govern iiient ilcciris essential to the liest Ul crests of Cuba and the United States Scene at thi of I hu u fort for securing suts the ttlirl but tin recent The principles whit led to our 5n- j tervention require hat the fund nu ntl1 rat iiptm v hh the new gov ernment rests should be adapt d to scciin a ifovernincnt capable of per forming the duties anil 4the functions of a separate nation oblignji11suringorder safety and liberty and to the established tall historical policy of the Unitedj States ill its relation to Cuba THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 1hc eu ri4s tins Provided mi Army lo Kuulile tin Kxeeiitive to lie stort Irate The peace which ive are Iedged to leave to Cuban people must carry with it the guarantee of permanence 111c become sponsor for the pacifies tion of the island and we remain accountable to the Cubans no less than to our own country and people for the of Cuba as a free common wealth on abiding foundations of right justice liberty and assured order Our enfranchise ment of the people will not IK conl pitted until fret Cuba shall I be a reality not a name i perfect entity not a hasty bearing within itself the elements of failure While the treaty of peace with Spain tai ratified on the tit ii ofI February IS1 and ratificationsi were exchanged1 nearly two years ago the congress has indicated 1111 form o government for the Philippine iis lands It has however provided an army to enable the executive to suppress t insurrection restore price give security to the inhabitants and es tablish the authority of the United States the WillI KHlnhlisIi Ioenl llovcriiinent It has authorized the organiation tlwiI from time to time of the acts- Ilof the military anti naval oJi in the islands of my action iin IheIchargedI and powers cif their recommendations std of the several nets under executive conunis j stun together with the very complete j I general information they pare sub mitted Thise reports tallyset forth condition past and present ill the islands and the instructions clearly show the principles which will gaitc the executive until the congress shall as it is required to do by the treaty politIcal The congress in canetionin Caiiy V aitthoritv to the Ipovtrs htJIlt ulIslilutilllJthcIlbi I f hcthcltllonsihilit OnttlInunlleI iniiorder1 thrughoublueontiitiunKvgovernlllelitll whihut IwoploJnswtwncaiablifihd ptopIc1i 1burltoecnflorttheJnllabil1ntsI l4lfJOet1aaell wereItlIbl withcarunlhfnl and Xolilc IVtirlc lr lImplilhf1 JCIerllluelltnllflJutlharI IInhh1VorkJu nlalltipltinetilt t the approval and support of their coiinrvniin The slum liberal term oi aiimesty have thetnsurgeutsI t ptn4IJY against the government for honor nole kuhniixsioM to it authoritv Onr shoiifd nut be knjj id tIlInhabitants islundn1f ntUIt part tants recognie American sovereignty and welcome iit as a iiruirinty of onler IUld of security fur life property lilnrtv frceioin of coiicienci and the puriiit of11njqjnrss To1 givellThe will not leave the destiny of the loyal millions in the ilands to the dis loml thousands who an in rebellion against the I Inited States Order unifier ei I institutions will come as soon as those who now break the peaiMJ shall keep it Force willi not he Deed4tinr usedI when those who make war against us shall make it no more May ijen1 without further bloodshed null there be ushered in the reign of peace to Liel made jx ulna neat tU irovernmcnt of liberty under the law Capitol During Address forebodings disheartened discharging conforming reconstruction experiment throughout archipelago IIIIIthin eoHlttryiiten VICE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT u On TnUliiK the Oath Iin Senate ham her lit llrlir red a Short Ad dres lo the AsNiiuliliiKC Vicei President Koosevelt said The history of free government iia in large part the historyof those representative Ilegislative bodies in which from the earliest times fret government has found its loftiest ex pression They must ever hold a pe culiar and exalted position in the rte ord which tells how the great na tines of the world have endeavored to achieve and preserve orderly free loin So man can render to his fel lows grcxifer advice that is rendered by him who with fearlessness anti honesty with sanity and disinterest edness does his life work as a mem bur of such a body specially is this the ease when the 1 legislature in which the service is rendered is a vital part in the governmental I ma chinery of one of those world powers to whose hands in the course of the ages is entrusted a lending part Jn shaping the destinies of mankind For weal or for woe for good or for evil this is true of our own mighty na tion Great privileges and great pow ers art ours and heavy are the re sponsibilities that go with these priv ileges and these powers We Slniul Supreme as 11 Continent We belong to a young nation al ready of giant strength yet whose present strength is but a forecast off the power that is 10 tome We stand supreme as a continent in a hemi sphere East and west we look across tot two great oceans toward the larger world life in which whether we will or not we must take an ever increasing share And as keen eyed we gaze into the coming years duties new antiold ruse thick and fast to confront us from within and with out There is every reason whynee should face these pities with sober appreciation alike of their import ance and of their dinelllt JJut there is also every reason for facing them with high hearted resolution and 4 ager and confident faith in our ca parity to do them aright A great t ork lies ready to the hand of this generation iit should count itself happy indeed that to it is Siren the privilege of doing such a work A leading part therein must be taken by this the august and powerful legis lance body over which 1 have been cello to preside Most deeply do I appreciate the privilege of my position for high indeed is the honor of presiding over the American senate at the outset of the tweiitictb butte tury i JAUGURAl BALL iI h I nIlniinatin rr Event in the lest r 1ititie Took Place in the Pen sion Ollice Aiulitonum UNTAREUELED SPECTACULAR SCENE I Distinguished Persons iin Every Wal d dby of Life Danced anti Mingled With i the Plain American Citizen 0 tvliitr tii Tin oritij illness of Mrs 11rKioit r the lira it il larch Which Iol surd tin I reside 11 1 Were j lo Lend VJIH Jill it tciIWashington March Tilt uliui lulling cveiti of till inaugural festiv it j ja tiuaugul I lhaU11tld Jluntity nlvl iii ithc vast1 auditorium oi th IHWOIl otticc with Tin prtsi lent and MrI McKinlcv Icailinir in the grand manhallli with Wars old women di iiniruishcd ii lure tars lit lie touehiui elbows iiiin ing ami tninglipith I the plain American tit icn As a spectacular event it was unparalleled in the Iiitorv of in i augural lalls in tin siiniptiousucsi of arrangement in tin l lv ildcriiig si1lIdr nf decorations urlof ntar vt loiis rlrrrrilrtlet ami in time count throng taking port in the spectacle j When tin doors cif till rit si nit turn were thrown open a oclock i illl eager Crowd llCSJCVIli rc TV tII trailer and lines of carriages strelh jiij ed into the surrounding rts and i avenues IIPlntnollsII I 1I1t1l1ntltct i OUItIjj entrances keeping hark the rush orii curious sjHctators and briuiing order jiI out lit OH tangle of carriages Through the long arched entrances hung with hunting and vines pissed I the merry pl4aurt set rkiurr throng i iI till women ill luxurious gowns with the lash of jewels in their hair std at their throats Stum the vast in I terior of the building Iwgan to take j on iIlit1 j i I M i elo41and the erlycomers iinsicd themselves in viewing thI I yni itr htities of the scene III The lnitcd States Marine IlIIlIdIi iiiid an orchestra of utter a hlllltln1Ill- llpieces tern stationed at Ono rollof i the hall and fur an hour liefon tthe arrival of thx presidential party play i j el patriotic air- IreorsIton I of Iho Hull The decorations of the bath room liad yellow for their pterionta tone No cumbersome effects of tight or color were in evidence bat above Dud on all sides stretched a wnvy rippling canopy of yellow bunting tat covered the walls nail ckyli li and was broken only where the kn- iti of the presidents balcony at th vest endl stfxxl out white in bold re lief Myriads of yellow e eetrl i i iihs srlowetl and blinked like fireflies in the trarlauds of green that entwine ii- IIthe scorer of pillars supporting the galleries inl shone out from the stars and IImrs of the his American shields i j which in the midst of clusters of American IJITM hung high up in the iI center of each side of the immense i I crowded hall I This scheme of decoration with i yellow as the all predominating rotor was a radical departure jroiiil the decorative plan at the last in i niirnral hall I- Vlr llelxlnlry In AVJiUe nthlrMrs McKitilcy wore a most ulIJlitt Itil white satin gown made for thy j occasion Like all the gowns I mdcI for Mrs1 McKinley it is high i the neck and long in the sleeves The skirt which is made with nn immense train was trimmed with two broad ruffles of point lure The bodice has a deep colin of point lace in the hnck which crossing the shoulders ex j tended half way down the front on I either side forming a reverelike IrIcI feet opening on a vest of pleated chit fun overlaid with the same cmbroid c cry of pearl and rhinestones whielt beautify the skirt TIlt sleeves were close fitting and embroidered in rhinestones and pearls from shoulder to wrist where they wen finished in a ruffle of point lace A diamond necklace fitted over the high collar irs UnUCIU uwu Mrs Roosevelt wore a severely plain gown of heavy white silk embroidered in silver made en train and finished at the Lent with a full ruse iiiilling of lace The skirt was veiled in soft 1 French lace draperies caught at eachtj I side by graceful loops of satin rib hoes On the lowcut corsage these some designs were carried outsStrings of pearls were worn around her neck from which depended a j magnificent ostrich tip fan An aigrette of ostrich tips was worn in her hair caught in place by a irag titicent crescent of pearls and dia monds Mrs Gage wore a very handsome gown of white atin the skirt timIi med with a deep flounce QI lac mood necklacer liII Mrs 1 Hoot white satin veiled 5 point dAlencon diamond mIIeII Otherw o4tnme Mrs Griggs wife of the attorney general white brocaded sati with bodice and skirt trimmed iii silver embroidery and Mecklin lace Mrs Chas Emory Smith white wit in unrelieved by any color diamond j ornaments jj Mrs Hitchcock wore the 111ol I ored gown in the presidential ppnrty a handsome creation of mauve in satin with garniture of point lace end beautiful ornaments of ame thystc and diamonds Miss Wilson Taris gown of white crept tie chime thttkitt mod with a ilemi train and trimmed with r rows of narrotv gold braid ami cdrc with sable MissI i tiny elder daughter of the B cretary of state trout redI tahtrobin egg blue made jW inosIion and elaboratelyI trillII11 limb el1 uny lace Mrs MeKInloy ilttrlttly iiitisnocil The presidential party arried at 1015 oclock They wire prtvedeJ u gilt terin array of otvers in full uniform and sere escorlid to the private omWs of ommissiuncr ivan vhkh had neen lavishly decorated The 7resideii bowed and sit ItI as- he1 Hissed thniiLli the throng Sen uIIIithe supreme cDint Of the I lilted Stals with their wives and a lImn lher of the cabinet circle joiiu d the Iparty upstairsj The erottlloil the main floor Lad INn pushed back to iiake room for the grand march and the handas ready to break iinto the oftcning strains of the march from Tannhanser lint word came that Mrs McKinley was indis 1 101l and that the president would ltIIiu byeher Mde The stamp ella seiienJly1 was Umdoilcdi fortiMrs McKinle s in lispo itinn was ot t lrief duration and she was soon able to join the president and tinI brilliant assemblage in an embowered i io oerlotifving tie gay throng lic iiov The president occupied a Beat 11 till right tear till rail with Mrs McKinley at his side To their left sat the tice president and Mrs Jtoosc tilt Near the vice president waH JailIIi ry Justices Marian anti iray Senator Govn t114 of and manshuli4navy otlicial set fiie pre iidi ntia party and vice president and lira Roosen leis the hall at Vl11 odix k tVfore leaving they Kirtook of a Jimeheon with large our tier of invited rguests in the pri 1a dining room The festivities went on nnabatcl until a late hour I IlriVorls Io tioneil filersurkchirtlltlt ineludini iso iiiipusin set piof President McKinleyI and 1 ice President iioiiseveltI was on Ithe jpro raIJIIII of inauguration t relitiis for 31un lay Owing hovvev r to tthe inclemcni weather the dcfihcIII was reached tut postpone the ditijiliy until another evening when the un uitionsare more favorable THE COURT OF HONOR It tts the Clntral Uleerof Interest to the rent Crowds That ThiMiiKciI the Streets WuRliiufrton March 5The court f honor const meted by the inaugural comniittee was the central object of interest to the great crowds that nightitthe illuminations consisting of my riads of electric lights while from urns topping great pylons ascended colored fumes gaveibacIf 0Isons time 1arts41lgit was with ditliciilty that their car static their way out There was a very general illumination on Pennsylvania avenue during the even ing THE WAR VETERANS The lap44tld He ItoC the Irtvtl- dfiils Hxcort to the Cnpitol Was Declared Off Washington March 51he expect ret ittt by the president of the veterans who formed his escort to the Lllit01 was declared oil It was con templated that the veterans should march through the court of honor before the president after general parade was over At that hour it was growing dark and the ranks of the old soldiers had thinned out Home what because of the inclement weather In view of the conditions lien Sickles decided to abandon thin re yiew Joined the llovtui Teller Boston March S The American league team of this city has received more accessions in Freddie Iar eat shortstop of the Providence club of the Hasten league last sea on and J hurry Uolanof of this city who played with Springfield and Chicago last season Machine Shops Burned Buffalo X Y Iach5rl1le Inter national Traction Cos Cold Strings machine shops were destroyed by fire Monday night The buildings with nlluableI fiI I or repairing motor was totally destroyed Loss 30000 insured lest fuses of Smallpox New York March 5Eleven new cases of smallpox were reported Mon day from Brooklyn nul two from Manhattan Three deaths from the dis ease occurred at the smallpox hose pital Symimthetic Strike cImembers of the Marine holler Mak ers association struck Monday in sympathy with the marine engineers h k 0 vo T THE HiCKMAn GOUBiE I GEORGE WARREN HICKMA3 KV mtlDAi ttVK M j nUmd tdixstttr ill NCSStLHHLAY nil S u 6S ut I ++ 1 In Tttu i4Ss i I IMJJ 1r 4 l L u ANNOUNCEMENTS bKTY CHT nr WMMtKV 8 RiLC V it MM KV homed to uunoun Mr 11I turn W ItOAir U a candidate tur U Pii rfb wf County Superintendent of tteoroou School of Fulton couutv mbJMl to the action of the Democrat A ciBtrj to be held April C 1901 I W are aithorizeu to announce Miss to BonMiACKiM Surrn as a cnn idJut tar tkt office of Superintendent of OomtBOQ Schools of Knltou county sOjtct to the tction of the Deniwrut w ptiMarr April 6 HilIl- FOK iniRirr- WII are authorized to announce W I JU JfATLOR ai u candidate for Sheriff I IHUtoti County subject to the action f the Deni TJiir Prirufcrt on April I1k19t11we to announce OJO CnltTJlK as n candidate for tho OEII in of BhrrifT of Fulton County JMt to the Democratic primary tiwC sum to be held April Cih IS01II Weere anHiomfd to CoieJRniGnT as a nn HI eftlee et ShrriCT of Fnltcm cnuuir j subject to the notion of the Uwtuocra i K prijutrj Aprillll Ital- her j v1 i wl art smfkdritd to nuaonuce J AVSK Mol rr candidate tor tctlectiuj I M for ottc of CouutY Court Clirfc nkjvvt to tht DtiQwratiu prniji tivuun to bt tiiia April ttlh iVt l WtJ are uuihcratd to announce i Bxt Bs Ol Ui a ctnttilute tut t itr vSlee of County Court Clerk eabjcct te tie action of the Dvaiocruttc wi iii vary W bi kcld April 11eU11 Wit art atthoriaed to nncaExic Ace K BUT ABO m A candidate for the of 1te of County Court Clerk subject tott lN Dstnoer tie primurj K bw held t Afrii lMl Ii W it aDtboriuad fco announce V jKOk M a candidate tot thu ogeetelII vmsty Court Clerk subject to rltea of the Dcinocntif prinuurv to- M 3ek1 April 0 19QX troafet rrt LrlctaltM Mrii 11e aii Authorized toaunoimcc JtenTiF RELIT us a candidate fet the oHc of County Attorney sub V Mt to the Dttnocrau primary to be- 14April m tnrts FUIe ILD We ae amthorized to annonnco MR Jo Trtxmoar u a candidate for re election b th office of Jailer cf Fulton couu- lr abject to tno Democratic primary l to e held April 6 to1901III We artjauthorized J Thom u candidate for the of besot Jailer of Fulton County sob iMt to ikt action of the Dcmocra tic trtwty to be held April G 1901 For A 1RGOA Wv are authorized to announce Tt ot- LLa3Rosl n a candidate fee the of 1fTax Avseuor subject to Deiu raw primary to be htW April 6 1911W authorized to auuvW LCTHE WA3 on xa a candidate for the ofiict ru troeror eubjtct to the tkmo retie primary tofcu tuId April 6 lyol1 Of i n tl nlConexI Tax Asettior subject cratie primary lobe held AjiTiiS LU01 r We MTtt authorized to announce R A BwmDtK e a candidate for the office I Tax Aacessor subject to the acHou jj t the Deusu rltie primary to be held I Afril C not i W r 6r ore authuhstd to announce iioi HIKPHICK au a cindidatt furttiuf j kw if AI6flor of Fulton Coun sib jrt to the Ueiuovrntic priuiary tl li l Ltld April 6 I9U- WLR9Y il G JUIIUL 1 We w l11tLorlz1lo anuouucr HIKAM bUT UK u camhdatt for rt dlixt 4siou for Jnd eof Fulton county court j wbjct to nctiou of DMiiocratic pri maa rr of April U1 IflO- lWi urw axithoriztd to aunoorif J F ALtJVKSU us a uandiiUiio for Js4e oi the Fulton Court subject to the ntcn i f the Democratic primary to la Lclel 1401rW are authorized to announce H H JiCBBlLi as a candidate for the offiki f County Judge subject totLs l em Mratic primary tobehtldAriiGit1Ui u FUR COUNTY SUaET lK j rare authorized to announce A C HOIMKS us a candidate for retUHiot to the office of County Survcyor sus- jest to the Democrat prtulryfl tiou to bt heist April G 1801- An G1lltTheiit iletJicinp for Ltt ri ir George AY AVuitt of South Gr im life styaat l have had ttat+ orso trough cold chills and grip awl ti tvr taken lute of trash of no accouut hmI profit to the vendor Chauiberhtin t Oough IJemitiy is the only thing the rG hIS douu any good whatever 111av ustd one Tuttle of it and the chills coli and grip have all left uie 1 nm ralaI late the niannfactnr of an honest uudiciue For salti by CowgiJl jJowtfill Hickinan and A M fehuK tMtv Line Ky T Tresb home made candies at the Wt entas Catkang Y liQi LADI J I STYLISH SLIPPERS 1Yu t hvt r yle+ in Ladies tlilHi Tiiree Strap UteII imil 1t VVAISTSv VH m Silk Uais i iIIj rii color utituly JritiiiiMii urn fr n 1t hick and a i try PIl ffiI 1J tv itEJ Baltzer DoUaS 1 =a NEW SF FiG GOODS 1 JJ I t 1 ti 1 i L it f LACES VVdlTii U OD3 P UCLE f I IUOlDE OiKCJHAMS f tE 11 KHiUT WAIST UOODS tre9etrimmtng ButtODi for I 1Io 13IIaa Kr L EALTBI DODDS- KENTUCIO1 LmiEs5f Ln II 1 Jm HATSaa i Now we are ready- Conp1ete1y ready To show rou the nobbiest line of 1iv SPRIZTCacsLae T l 1 a ieil lection ffor Easter while tilt line iis complete f r AMBLLIe7 1 llthem MW I 1jNTERNATIONALSUITSc hareave a f i method of our own Thich insures a perfect i I garmentlJThafis why vac can guarantee l satisfaction or refund JCL money We fit t every time and suitiffyou i Our range of patterns is a most ex tensive one Everything we have is stylish1 I 33and tiptodate If yea order your suit from tThe InternslitonaJ Tailoring Coi of New York sod Chicago s t ttY joujbeii perfectly satisfied Callon our dealer and I investigateH iK- y LOCAL AGENT l Ih z Ir Si V74t4i44r s tC J17 viJ x73 1J y II E- ACT I r I r C ttTitII0If I 1 l tI TIONi t r = i j Irf I 1 1That jis T7hx WjI 19 Gloiisg with prices on Shoes and Dress 1 1Gnodr WG aw well supplid with with new Hatchets idui a te c ttsQ thifi ACT d the work before our new goods OFiiw A lot of vicIuL DISS GOOD Slightly damaged woujd make ood wrappers nd quilt lin I iing Soms of thoio goods sold as high tK 35 cents y I ii yard The Carrie Nation Act will make them 5 CENTS A lot of Shoes this act mint close out e to make room for new itock These are good shoes but a little out of style buttons square toes and mixfid lots out and two pairs of a kind which makes thomii si to handlt TIRe Carrie Nation Act will m t sm 4e 0c 7ft 100 and 140 niI 1U n HI CeAMBERG t= h t tt c CLOTHINGZkfF i Ti 2sf iUIT for BASTER I inspectionifi 1 Vhlt we c n gllb g 1s Wi might too surprise the E 1 t having1tfrIch nobby trtJ t115 sasits aid save yon money besides a welli itJII i II rnBf8 I i I tlr bt I Ay YO s 11 = 1 COUGH I or I MEDICINESI cow 1 i 11- Jthl i = t S OOitlJ r tija iiIi J f A- Mkcwgiii rtIN g W r Cf r r J i6U I DRUG irr fJm t 4 = =1 1 The Best- working f D Clothes J i tz f tJ tt thinfeuds t tbUvERALLS11be1 r know1k1 tlloroub17 Ware selling ttt 3 cash In 1k1 ahkt that they are the tIt stood for tlatt1ttiS tn2 mdt 1Is bsU tkll 4t hto and want1117 boa to know iL Thttr6 rl1 n1 1141 wlfek 111 1st tteotkta tt psIttAMBERGS a j a 1 i 1 j7 r ssimmmmmttmmmmm mmmmmfflmm1 l lU Mllllrd r r THE FINAL WIND UffJJ- Ofour J- i j groat MILLEND and CREARLNliy IPSVLE Uj Ii during the coming week preparatory to opmnj1 t up tiu J 0 j New Spring GoodslEJ t Our buyers are now in the markets and tliu L f11H I are to spare no pains to get the lhtst the suiS t tlII ji In the meantime supply your wants tr 11 a i I Sheetings Percales Laces and Enibn i I iri tis n ill1II t Itt MillEnd Sale for the prices are much und r vmc alIIHless than can be purchased at later IIi t Mill Ends Calicor e I r If iitMil4 IIW1 t1 l MillEnds Bleach Cotto IS 7c II I Value1 c ic MillEnd Sale Embroidcriei 2c up I I e 1 MillEnd Sale Laces JIII t Mill End Sale Braids 7 IeItr1 t tJ rt cii I MillEnds India Linon 40 in widez eIII I j I j svrljt i MillEnd Sale ofsI Towels Crashes Nnphias Table Linen Table IFViiI Iii I Linings Silks Dress Goodsl I11I Sheetings Counterpanes 1 Lmc Cur i i i i tains etc w Blankets at cut prices Jackets Capes and Millineryl HalfTrice atIIII II IIWecarry the best line of I FANCY GROCER in town Everything in CANNED and I BOTTLE Goods only first claes brands t We Make The Prices I Guarantee Satisfaction LIFE IltOAIlT ATTENTION TO OKDES TRY US We quote SOT for one day only but as long as the goods last and we have a good supply on hand 5c for 2 lb Cans Corn We hfcvo been disappointed in getting these in sooner but they are now here in plentiful sup ply We solicit a share of your business Ia 1 SOCIAL Embroidery Club meets at the residence of Alrc H N Cowgill this even lug Mrs Ed Prather will entertain a few rriends Saturday evening in honor of her friened Mrs Dr Bailey At the home of Miss Ruby Burnett on Friday night of last week there gathered a select number of young lolks and enjoyed a pleasant evening C rokinole was the chief feature of the evenings entertainment Allenjoyed t he occasionIKING EDWARDS ENERGY Without having what W T Stead calls the demonic energy of the Ger man Emperor or Mr Gladstone King Edward is said to be a man of marvelous vitality A former tenant on his San dringham estate who did not get along with her royal landlord Mrs Creawell many years ago wrote a book concerning the tastes and pleasures of the future King and describing a dance at Sand ringham said Ho is an antidote to every text and sermon that ever waa preached upon the pleasures of the world palling upon the wearied spirit They never pall upon his and year after year he comes up to time with renewed capacity for revelry and junketings Almost before one dance was ended the Prinee started another and suddenly the Scotch pipers would screech out and the Prince would fold his arms and fling himself into a highland fling and so on fast and furious until far into the small j hours of the morning Working 24 HOUM a Day Theres no rest for those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always busy curing Torpid Liver Jaundice Bilionsness Fever and i Ague They banish Sick Headuch drive out Malaria Never gripe or weaken t Small taste nice work wonders Try U m e at GcwglU CWgUT b e1S I 8 bars Olamttt 2 i 5c for I1 Ib Packl v 16 Ibs Granulate 1 I if t ii J Kvtrv Darr Its co jlt S3S5 Fancy Patent lourt8325 4fOurFavoritcM Best Straight flm 45c for 25 lbs Sack Flour FRESH SEED OF ALL M IN3 IcW TIcIT7lIIIUN- UUNUIIIUNUUIWWIUUIUUININIldlddI dlUUIiIUUlldlll EVENTS GOTO MORRIS HILLIPS I I FOR iA 7E BED ROOM SUITS DINING TABLES i ANEi CIItIRS Undertakers Goods a Specialty PAIXIT YY- A Y- i PAINTcg Ii i j large shipment of Ready Mixed Paints Oils Turpentine Varnishes Stains Paint Brushes Whitewash Bru h es etc etc just Deceived by T T SWAYNE ruggist If yen need anything in this line let him make you prices before buying FREAK LEGISLATION The present is the time of freak leg islation The Indiana legislature is gravely considering a bill to put women in jail who wear hats or bonnets in church The Illinois legislature has a bill before it to establish a press cousor ship in that state and tho New York legislature has a bill before it requiring all newspapers to be printed in large type The Kansas legislature has a bill lugal izing mob law There are several legis latures yet to hear from Paducah News t I f INight lfxs Her Terror I would cough ready ill night lOUR writes MM Chas Aj pie aa of Alex andria Ind unii ctild hardly get any sleep I had coiHum tii tin6K had loaf if I walked a hlk 1 would cough frightfully and Yit ihiiood hut when all britctlesw cured me and 1 uaind OH iw und ItS i cnCbSIColdThroat ant l Li puu lei Price 0o mllUO ivit I s free ate OowjdJ t Co fll i irc liuktuau Ky j 3TL I L hall a and gene Brat arurtnwutuc IScw Furuit ure unit Iing daily at tfMOPRhltf r J rp w 0 v fresh Seeds J rr 1 i I ttLOVER TIMOTHY DDd ji j l PASS LUEjjI1 j jl j BED OATS 1i ONION SETS Iti SEED POTATOES cl JCarly Rose f Early Ohio 1 Y 2nd Crop Tenn Triumph f I QARDEX SEEDS fl I of all Kinds lfJ YLSS EllSO J j i i fiij 1local andd Personal AssociationIloaned 5540000 at its last meeting Mrs Dr Horace Lnten and her son L Handle Jr are spending the week with Mrs Maggio Rundle 8W J Barry A Co at Buckners old stand will make you a Buggy order repair or paint your old on KJaeksmithiug of all kinds All work guaranteed We buy old buggies The Passion Play presentation at Ci Thursday night last was a diesp pointment not eqnal to expectations ESTSee new Bedroom Suites at PUlLLIleIUriah Harper who KO brutally beat is boy to death in Carlisle county w- entenced to eight years in the penii n nary Harper was drnnk when he com witted the crime W J Barry Co will have t Inrcest stock of Boggy material ever brought to Hickraan and giaranU eT erything they do c- i The River and Harbor Bill carried an appropriation of 149075006 It iis derstood that the Hickman and Tipton ville Levee have an allotment of 200004 But as the bill was killed it matt not what it contained Thf Padncah Register offers a rew convictivrrfliers premises without perm issi offense grareiiborrowingi pap r may hero uppoed i Mrs Henry Clay is visiting friends ilfClinton inJIIi JA fta Have coat Buggy repaired and painted by W J Barry d Co before i I Spring opens and you will bo ready to ride All work must giro satisfaction Mrs Emma Baltzer is in Memphis visiting Mrs Sid Dodds 292 Cajettii Place 00 The lookedfor liueof Dry Goods and Ladies Furnishings is U ginning to arrive at Snows I Harry Judge of New Madrid epeiit a sew day in Hickman this eeltShaws advertisement on 1RadJudge has been very ill for weots but we aro glad to learn he ia now betterttOTYou will profit by reading SHAWS 11 on lira pacJMiss Mary Tom Jordan of Clinton who has been viiitiug at Oaruthersrille I ShawABFresh Oyster always on band atICaruthcrs Prisoners in the Charleston Mo jail J bound and locked in a coll the jailor I any three made their escape lat we kIResidence for Sale The W E Bobo residence in East Hicktnau ia for salel Apply to Ii H F HEIlIUII 7 G Parker old Grampus has jj tobeen elected Commander of Campj j I ePirtle C V Fnlton and the camp iei IIJ arranging to attend the reunion at j I I Memphis yI c are in the Buggy business and I j I want your trade We guarantee everything i J wo do We shoe horses etc W J BARRY Ss Co Buckners Old Stand P M Robbing a barber who formerly worked in Hickman was arrested at- a4 McKinzie last week charged with as tanking the 8 year old daughter of T II Youngblood of Fulton Prosecu tion was stopped on the condition that countryhCARPET SAMPLES I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a nice fresh lot of Carpet Samples andcan furnish Carpets ready made to fit liDTI patternsunALSO have some Samples which ttoct la clued out These sample will make good rags and will be eold at cOiL ernGt H C AMBKKQ Mrs C E NanDeusen of Kilbourn nrdWis was afflicted with stomach trouble tf and constipation for a long time She I nays I have tried many preparations i but none have done me the good that j 1bot lets have These Tablets are forr- qal katl j fnian and by A M Shaw State Liu Ky Price 25 cents SampUs frrf II t I I I III I I I I Great Dollar Sale It I SOESc I tf j jI i EelSHOESI SHOESSHOES Ii a I l i COMMENCING TODAY E II MARCH 8TM Ij i i i sen IOI1lenS BODS ann GiIlS SftO8- SS 4 I I at ONE DOLLAR a pair t9 Odd Sizes not all sizes of one triad but all sizes of some kinds ej I I LADIES GOOD YEAR WELTS 9B 00 i C NOT ALL 44C I THE SHOES S 0 e IN THE ISTORE GO Ii- I I AT A- DOLLAR ej A t e t1b r PAIR BUT s faWE MAKE 0eIA CUTPRICE a riO ALL EXCEPT THE KING QUALITY I 0e 11 I RICE c NAYLOR9 8 11- o l ij t1 QI SHOE STORE 11i It w TWENTIETH CENTURY FRIEND I have n friend in whom I am inter ested every body 13 interested in their friends or should be but I am particu ularlv interested in this particular friend I should not bo so particular in bringing him to the notice of the public He has no faults yot society ladies say he is false I say society ladies because uiy friend is a society man I may be optimistic in my views when Isay he e aK no faults but he hasnt ho used to hare but he tells me he has reformed Uisuirded all his faults buried them from view mill I have fO much confi dence in him that I heifers what he says I ordered a bill of goods from recently and paid cash for them thus wore tpbe delivered next dec this writing I am still waiting for them but 1 console myself with the thought that tomorrow never cornea sold him a dill of goods spot cash was the agreement I nm still waiting for the money I care nothing for this as he is my friend but I cant account for his movements since the transaction he avoids me on tho street and scurries around street corners when he espies ine I occasionally meet him with an upto date turnout and he turns way out tout we pass he is also so absorbed in conversation with his companion that I cannot even pass compliments with him or tip my hat to the fair ono byliis side Now I do not like to be lighted in this manner and shall demand an explanation next time we meet if that is poste siblo Still ho is my particular friend or at laser ho says ho is and 1 have no reason b doubt it GREED S GnASSII IZI RIVER AND 0x HARBORBILL FAILS No Hickman and Tiptonville 0L9evee This Year The failure of the River and Harbor Bill in the qngressacljourncd Monday conies as a great disappointment to that vast number of people interested in river levee and harbor improvements and more especially so siucelast Congress failed to make any such appropria tions Amoreh other disappointments is the failure to get an appropriation for tho Ilickman and Tiptouville Levee which will necessarily cause a cessation of work on that improvement and tho deferring of levee construction for an other year or two Thuadjourned Cou gross has been extravagantly liberal in other kinds of appropriations but this and the previous Congress failed to re cognize the importance of river improve ments otc DyerIC P Church HEADACHE often results from a disordered condition of tho stomach and constipation of tho bowels A doso or wr of Chamberlains Stomach and Lr4r Tablets will correct those disor i1iri and cure the headache Sold by IowgillyA Cowgill and A M Shaw citite Line Ky T- iTHE LATEST STYLES Are shown in the Fashion Books and Magazines now on display Wo give Fashion Sheets free WILSONS BOOK STORE WHAT CONGRESS DID The fifty ssth Congress now closed has been marked by the establishment of governments for Porto Rico and Hawaii the increase of the standing atmy to 100000 men the re apportion ment of congress and the permanent es tablishment of the gold standard Ap prJpriationa reach 1457269457 or only ti e1 10000000 less than the appropriations jof tho war conSrecs Among the mat tern that lapsed are the ship subsidy bill the Nicaragua canal bill the oleomargarine bill and possibly the warr revenue reduction bill SOMETHING TO READ IIhe latest and best books all the readU able magazines and afull line of excel lent lOa novels WILSOXS BOOK STORE 6 The Lake County management of tho proposed Hickman and Tiptonville Levee make the announcement that unless the parties at interest in Fulton county come op more liberally in sub scriptions andtrio right of way that tho Levee will not bo built to Hickman but will be built to tho hills nearer tho Lake They claim that Lake county overflowed lands will bo thus protected The matter will be determined within the next few weeks and the work commenced as soon as tho Government appropriation is available There being nOGovernment appropriation the work will go over indefinitely We have the correct thing in bex pa per for polite correspondence WILSONS BOOK STORE JL Horrible Outbreak Of largo sores on my little laugh ters head developed into a case of scald head writes C D Isbill of Morgun ton Tenu but Bncklens Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed euro for Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 1 25 cents at Cowgill k COW llli R b Ir n r 4- I w G u R- oY 8 Sl ITEMSfv t1 O 0 aa da D d d c 6J d 03 Jtr II f gri GUESTS IN A PANIC Fire Jit lhtr IMioeiiix Hotel lexinjr ton Did DiinmKTc o the Aiimiiiit Yf tiltn1 Lexington Ky March A1he su perior ollof Chief Muir und hi lire laddies prevented repetition of the Phoenix hotel disaster of 16T9 when tlmt famous hostelry was sent to ashes by the casting aside of a cigarette ittythc cloakroom of Jl careless employe 00 llxMnyor T IF Davidson sitting in the Union clubroom on the secondr floor of the west wing of the Phocni hotel discovered smoke creeping through the carpet He called u bellI boy aud told lour he believed the house W18 afire Almost at the same frouIr gloves clothing store in the north J vest earner of the building se medI to Ibe a roaring furnace The lire department was called but 1 rtore its arrivalI the fire had spread t + the second boor andliS rapidly inating its way through the halls The house lire alarm was turned ifi and amid the clanging of the bells the aiiicst ricKeu guests ran scantily jthid screaming1 through the smoke JuIen hats to the fire escapes down theI stairways and into the elevator 1 11e smoke was sUffocating find sora women fainted Guests on the third floor could not stake their way through the halls on account of the Mimlic and were taken down on lade ders 1on1 accident was to G S a obbof Abram lad He tried to let IIjmself down tram the third story on a rope node of sheets but fellt after sliding half way down and vprnincd his ler GloryQrlaMas on the third loor came down on a ladder1 without assistance Chief Muir held the lire in the luirthurost ct r see of the building any1 wiped it out with a loss of about 30 0i the major part being on the tlckof Samuel Meglone the cloth I siIi a I WILL PAY HIS DEBTS John J ijeelirei of Grant County ItriMiKlH n Fortune With Him 9 Front tli It built Le J 21Vortd t S Sl4Vi dtalINr four years has returned and lu money enough to pay nil his debts peatyhirercinnati markets He sold sonic cat tle in Cincinnati and discovered that 1US severalI thousand dollars be hind and his property at home wouldt not enable him to near pay out lie went to the Klondike declaring1 that he would never return until he had amassed a fortune sufficient to enable him to par all he owed He wg successful and last fall sent wordI i is brother at Grit tendon to come to Oawson City and take hio place 1II Ke he cause home to pay his debts lc i taid to have brought rC1CfIi 41 th him fiUd dike will probably stake him a mil lionaire BOTH CLAIM JURISDICTION toe ocl Taken prone the State AutliorlticM liy n Deputy United State tliirMlinl Lexington Ky March IToe Xoeli charged with killing Mart Spence the +government lockkeeper at High Itridge was brought here by a deputy United States marshall Thursday night having been taken from the state authorities who also om claim jurisdiction at Xicholasvillc Fridaylint4 iheriff to surrender him to the Unit t ed States authorities without a con test His triaKwas set for Match lanhe was remanded to jail I Uurniltury Site Lexington Ky March 4Tim rt 5tatltcollege purchased for 4000 a lot at Washington avenue and LimestoneT girlsdarmitorCut lllH Throat AnthonyThomas hitJr an uncle of Senator Lindsay Cnr Fell fiioii Him Lexington Ky March 4A svit h engine backed down upon a car under which Ibson ling was at work in the L E yard Sunday night The car fell upon King fatally crushing him Dick VliiHiui llell Louisa Ky March tDiek Yin on atijrwas held without bail on a charge1 lStrtending tohow that Vinsou took i KK from Thompsons body TheI txhumAd to show that there was a wound in j the back I 1 l llae tend Woman Held Carlisle Ky March 4Rick fineand Lillie Page are prisoners charged with stealing a buggy and horse from xQomus Cable of la siJlefI r t l ALVEY PARDONED Ireciloin 11a Grunted to the Con victeil CnniMcr liy Got ItttLIInnt Frankfort Ky Feb 24Gov Heck horn Yednesday 1piirdoned Kd Alvey the king of Louisville gamblers con victed Tuesday and sentenced to the penitentiary for two years He is also pardoned of three other indict meats pending against him charg ing him with running a gambling house Paddy Miles Alveyn partner is aI- l so pardoned before trial of the two indictments charging the same of tense The pardons are based on semi sational affidavits tiled by Alveys counsel a I lacking the integrity of Lc Louhlvilllrimiual court and those engaged in the prosecution Frank Powell convicted two weeks ago und also sentenced for two years is not pardonedJ Alveys friends charge that Powell has a dial with the prosecution to secure a new trial and that he was used to help convict Alvey The cases art the outgrowth of the war on gambling in 1 Louis ville Gov llerkham in a sta foment of reasons for the pardon of Alvey anl Miles says lit is convincedi that they were prosecuted and convicted by persons also engaged in gambling who art endeavoring secure a tIt rnopoly on the gambling business in Louisville Lonisille Kyi March CA call fur public mass meeting to protest against Gov Itcckhani pardoning Al1 styand Miles is Ixing circulated The meeting will be held at the Library hall Tuesday COURT OF APPEALS Three llepulillin mind One Deiiio trot Were poinlydlpoinlyd to Minor Ollice + 1Frnkfort Ky March 1The lonjr expectcd iiihnkeup in minor oflicers of the court of appeals anticipated nce the taunt was reorganized with majority of icpnbliean judges on the bench took plant Thursday In the new drat the republicans get three of thonis surd the demo eerie our lanartI1 Smith of Harri son county democrat iis retained an assistant sergeant J amPS+ OConnell of Mt Sterling republican succeeds I noil democrat an janitor and K L ViIJiain republican of Louis ville succeeds W S Check of Tay tutsl fy republican son of Judge Guffy is retained as tipstaff The order formally making the appointments and removals ni11st filed in the courts Friday The position of rune reporter was tilled slant ten days ago by the election of T L Kdelen of this city and the selections inadi Thursday complete time reorgania lion of the new court Two Ilemiiius Meet In Jnll Mayking Ky March Lln1 thot county jail at WhUesburg Sol Flem ing came in cauf act with his uncle Lige Fleming both indicted for the murder of Mrs alma Hall and her at loones Fork and a fierce st icnff followed for more than tea minutes when Jailer Alum separated thou He placed them 55i separate cells Lige Fleming was isudlv don up ClvcnI n Life TITIII Ola ICy March 2Sol Fleming the first Kluklux ever sentenced in Lctch cr county was given a lift term in the penitentiary early Friday inorn ing The jury was out less than I minutes Fleming with 14 others was accused of robbing aud inurder ing Mrs Mina halt and her son Shcr wood Reynolds at Ioones Fork last November It was hard to suppress Judge Lynch for some time after TuriitMl On time Inn 11tneKearns who has been missing for two weeks was toned dead in a soon In a commission house Friday lf otthad committed time gasw KentiirkiiiuH Dtntli New Orleans March 4Lynn B WatkioH associate justice of the Lou isiana supreme court died He was horn in Caldwell county Ky in 1836 rnd was the second son of Col T1 W Vatkins lust Iny Daman Frankfort Ky March 2Tht court of appeals Friday affirmed the judg meat of the Mason circuit court giv ing judgment against the aaysyill- Street Railway Co for 5500 for kill ing Isaac Thomas 12yearold boy the Hottn Will Cnne Louisville AarJ 4 Tudgo Field refused a new trial of the Bott will case The attorneys for the Ir vinMcHarry heirs say they will tak the case to the court of appeals Iris Thront Cut Louisville Ky March tThe body ofa welldressed young man aji parcntly about 20 years old was found lying near a lumber pile on the levee Thursday mooing with his throat cut from car to ear He had horn dead several hour Whether it is suicide or murder is not knownu 1 Ills Slate 1Pull Ky March IHenry Ytheelcr aged01 dropped dead Th+ I day afternoon within two hours after the death of his wife aged 67 They will be buried together OUR POLICY LIKE SPAINS filer Ailiiiini rnttoit I 1lnIII Inll iiinl IiMif0 tvilli 1nhnIurtotUe O and tin Il lltplt tea We used to have great fun tem indigUationlOWlI ofSpahrWhen yeas the Cuban rebellion to be teadaymtomind Iorto Uieo antil the HverPaithful Isle Tomorrow and tomorrow mid tomorrow This was too much for decided and business lik + Aogl Sax ons who it is well known never straighttowe loftily took over Spains unsolved problems in 19S We would how the world how to cut those Gordian knots at out stroke Hut three years of confident tomorrows have since passed and we ourselves have now settled down without a blush to time use of Spains old word half promise and halfc tense ma nana When art you going to keep your pledge to Cuba Tomorrow When will you gii iup trying to make an Ireland of Porto Rico Presently when we gut around to it next month next year some day When will the Philippines IIK pacified the army reduced or recalled the friars bought minior thrown out civil gov eminent set up in reality trade restored Manana The laziest and most shiftless Don that ever lived eonld not use the word more read lynr withs shame than we do now Along v ith the Spanish prt b lenis we have taken oer their Span iish solutions paying Spains colonial Volley theI sincere flattery of imitating it in one particular after another and finally in this matter of perpetually adjourned prophecy of the fulfillment of our ggood intention Cuba Porto loco the Philippines like the poets num never are but always to l le blessed If we were right in condemning the procrastination and shellingof Spain we cannot bo riirht in excusing thalUt things in ourselves Our catching upI of the mannna re frain iis proof conclusive that we have drifted into we know not what and shall drift out of it we know sot how I necr dreamed says good Mr Ilehioleythat thifigs would turn out in the Philippines ns they lave lint a statesman ought to have something besides dreams to go upon If rocks and breakers art ahead it isi his business to know it and avoid thIn That the president did neither is the reason our Wp of state iis now in peril and that we are promised deep water again only on some indefinite and loncdl taut tomorrow X Y Post NOT A SINGLE REGRET Ilefeal u f llannuN Shlintlnsr Hill VI11 Prove rim IIrtIiisr lu the iroplrtov that the Manna ship Rnbsidy hill has MiNim lieen laid aside by a tit eisive senate vote of 4t to 4 with a prospect of iincreased opposition tits passage during the life of the prey emit congress it inai safely he assert ed that nopopiilar t egret vi II arise There is as n nutter of course n deep chagrin on time part of ilark Manna and the monopoly syndicate behind I his subsidy grab This is as natural as has been Mannas repeated1 loss of temps during the deflate on time measure The administration is pledged to till passage of thMhip thatct he is prevented from paying the ad ministrations campaign debts The American people however are not in favor of Ithis payiueufe Tin money would necessarily coma out of- tttheir pockets some SlS4X0 bO in al- it p woukll rarityeenrich time subsidy 0ssyndicate but it would do the people no good whatever TheyI cannot see why they should be thus colossally taxed because certain multimillion airs put up the money which reelect ed Mr McK+ nley to the presidency Viewed from the standpoint of the taxpayers of the tuited States till present situation of the ship subsidy bill is gratifying twill be material Ily improved if the present congress now in session shall adjourn sine die with time hill still awaiting action It oil be improved even more if the suc ceeding congress shall defeat the bill For the thing is a subsidy steal out and out and would Lave been defeatedp long ago if the American government were not now under the domination off syndicate iuHueuces St Louis Re publicPOINTED PARAGRAPHS Republican extravagance after proceeding by traps and hounds beyoned houndsAlbany Argus When Mr Manna is through with his crutches he should Ioa them to his crippled and ailing ship ping subsidy joblime Commoner o11r McKinley will tall an extra determinet promises of this anythingColubus The tariff makers arc now be ginning to reap the harvest they have sown When we build a Glints wall to keep out others how can we climb over to reach them Open the gates and they will come in where we pass out Florida TimesUnion Secretary Gage has helped the sugar trust by raising the tariff on Russian sugar but he has played tlfto steel trust Pierpont Morganlniay get Llmans otlicial scalp if he donit watch out Kansas City Times p r r TRUST PROSPERITY Profile of the SJnnilard lfloidpnny Since the lleimldlcnii l Irtury of ISSM The par value of a hare of stork iin toe Standard Oil company iis SINI Since the republican tirt sly of 1 liJHl the market value of Maiilanl1 Oil slockI has liecn steadily incrcasinir Soon after the election of 1II I this stovk was quotedit OH per thare In Feh a r J 1r it sold for IIJUT share in February IM ii sold fur1II per sharcyin S+ pteni IWMI it dropped hark to no per share I Iut otter confidence ryas miner more restored lhis a republican ictory this tork went up tnttMI per share Inlaniiary 1JOI it sold for 7 4 On February 4 iit sold at 11 uulmI he lutl t Ij1lotatiun- at hand jis 1 lr When ne reads I lir rnnlof recent dividendi i ileelared liy this great con even it i not ditlicilt to understand wit the mart alii of tin stock has jincreased so rapidly The capital tII of the Standard Oil company iis MIIMIOOOO In isMI 1 OS I1x91 IMJ and I elm Siiindard Oil company pail dividendsi i mount jing for eaili year o I lon card share ofstoek IIn ISVMi IiiI dividends amount ed to tli per share in 117 they were t per share in iht month of Ian nary I IM iThey wry n per share in AprilI 1 IinO he dividendsi atiHimitiil to sin pct sliare in IInly s per share j I I Ii 11iI payable March 1 of o per share This lair liidcnd mean thepa unfit + f OjJHOflOU upon this itinono 000 of eapital stoc The total dividends paid lby thii company fur the eiifire year of Inu amounted to SJSINIOIMIO The diviilcmisi to Ihe paid on March 15 hrinirs the agl rebate np Io niMi lIOn of dividends paid nK n a capital stock of 100000000 during a teriod of It months and I3 days- It will IIM readily understood from the figures why Standard Oil stock is looted so hijrh in the markets Hut heie will tar find an explana tion ofa condition that within a pe riodof 11 months n concern whose working capital is SlOoOOOOOO iis enabled to roll up profits to the extent of jliSOi HIOOO This certainly indicates that the stockholders of the Standard Oil com pany are prosperous Iut some one must have paid this soOOnoo Who paid ii The Commoner EXTRA SESSION OPPOSED Scheme In Aeciiinnioilnte Hie Tru + t nl the lixitniie of Anierteiiii trade mill I rill II t ry Word comes from Vashing ou City An extra session of congress is Inevitable Why HeaJly banse the sugar retinas trust and the cigari trust want things M tiled that Cuba shall Iw ludd in sueu snbjeetion to the United States as to admit Cisban raw sugar and leaf tobaieo into i ihiscoun try free of duty or at trey touch reduced j rates l No matterjf the solemn phrleof in II d pcmlenee to Cuba iis Till hlessly tio j taredu matter if destrnetion conies upon the promising beet sugar indus try of our northern jnd western states or time lUll crop of the south No mat tar if our vast domestic fruit and veg table interests are blighted No rout ter if domestici tohaeco culture be corner unprofitable No matter if the enormous business of cigar snaking transferred to Havana and Manila No matter if the promising develop meat of time rice industry iis throttled No matter if cotton drops back from ten cents to five years per pound Oh no why should these great do mestic interests be considered at all Of course the proper thing fon eon gross to do is to provide an unlimited market for the tropical syndicates and1 for their products grown lby collie la bar The scheme has worked beauti fully in Hawaii Lett us repeat it it Cuba and the Philippines So for an extra session to hold Cuba in apron strings to enact reciprocity with Cuba and tins countries at tit south of us Never mind if thereby the farmers laborers and manufac tuners of time Tnited States who fur nished the blood and treasure to sr Cuba free are financially prostrated That was the war for except to hit e time trusts a chance to exploit time trop its and tile public be damned What are the farmers for or the pub lic except to pay taxes support the army and navy mod enable the trusts to not only wax fret in time tropics hut to absolutely control things at home Such iis apparently the reasoning of the powers that welt to force an extra session upon congress Will time nefarious scheme succeed Will con gress be deceived American Agri culturist Tesla Outdone act wirelessnocean telegraphy Ihe will merely build a powerful lillator which will take up little room and which when enor mous voltage is turned on will make the shortest track through the earth to a receiving station From physics man has derived apt phrases for use in other portions of human activity We have at the national capital a powerful political oscillator tatting np comparatively little room Sensii tie as Tesla to waves as each new wave affects Mr McKinley Cuba China and the Philippines are affected more or less and wonder what time voltage may do when it is turned on The question can be an swercd onlyI by Mr McKinleys Nik ola TeLlti Marl Hanna William Me Kinleyuumtg American presidents will go into history as the oscillator Chicago Chronicle 4 i b Y 6t tw g Burning ScalyL v COfilplete External and 4 0 Internal Treatment j 43 4 f jniaThE s Consisting of CUTICDRA SOAP to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle CDTICURA 1instantly allay itching9 irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal anA RESOLVENT to cool and cleanse the blood and expel humor germs A SINGLE SET is often sufficient to cure scalptheand blood huffiorsyi rsestf itchings and irritations with loss of hair when the best physicians and all other remedies fail PfUHlSntJw n n l1 2 W GVa iJU uur ifuU Uti g UI Asasufferer for thirty yeas from the worst form of Psori filly cured by Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointr nt I wish to tell you my experience that others may benefit by it I was so grievously afflicted that the matter that exuded from my pores after the scales had peeled off would cause my underclothing to actually gum to m Yabody After remaining in one position sitting or lying down for an hour or two the flesh on my elbows and knees wouldsplit so thick and hard would the crusty scales become The humiliation experienced to say nothing of physical agony was something frightful Thedetilched scales would fairly rain from my coat sleeves I have read none of your testimonials that appear to represent a case so bad as mine But as to the cure commenced bathing in hot Cuti cura Soap suds night and morning applied the Cuticura Ointment and then wrapped myself in a sheet In two weeks my skin was almost blood red in color but smooth and without scales Patches of natural colored skin began to appear and in less than a month I was cured I am now passed forty years of age and haveskin as soft andsmooth as a babys Hoping that others may benefit by my experi ence and regretting that sensitiveness forbids me from dis closingmy name gratefullyJ 30 J900 atsadbcautlfylnhnnds1orbabyMillions of Women CTTICURA Soar in irrtta lortnofewashes for ulcerative weaknesses ami fur many Kinatlve antiseptic purposes which readily eugge t themselves to women and especially mothers CUTICURA SOAP combines ileucame emolllcnt propcrtlcsderived from CUTICUICA time great skin cure with the pure persuasioncanothers ClpcrJally fur precnlng and pnrlfylnti the skin dralp and hair ot Infants soil tchildren Xo other medicated soap Is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and Soapbocerlcomblnceln slotDoanLONG TUNNEL ON COAST The Sontherm Iaclfle Ilxllirnr bDigging One n Mile and a Half IB LttiKth The longest tunnel in California and there are some pretty long ones and one of the largest tunnels in America is now in course of construc tion by the Southern Pacific com pany says the San Francisco Call Although the work has been going on for several months the immensity of the undertaking has never before been brought to the attention of the public nor has there been anything more than a casual reference made to the costly piece of workmanship- The tunnel is being dug in the Chatsworth park cutoff gml when completed will be a part of the new coast division between this city and Los Angeles The cutoff is really between the towns of Montalvo and Chatsworth Park The Santa Susana range occupies a vast field of space between these two points and iif is beneath this range that the tunnel is to pass The total length of the under ground passage will be 7400 feet or lllarJa mile and a half The tunnel next largest to this is at San Fer nando the latter being 6790 feet long The building of this tunnel will involve the expenditure of more that 250000 The wonc was started last j fall and a large force of laborers is now being employed both day and night withn view to completing the structure this yeartMuch blasting and dredging is acc essary and machinery is being used wherever practicable Electric light are used to facilitate the work which is being carried on from each end by two gangs of men and a double supply r t of implements 1 tie big drills are powerfulblowerpump tunnel for the men to breathe The ft passage will be 17 feet wide and 21 c- I j I feet four inches high above the rails A t et1AaNear Ilio Grande City Tex an fmfmens deposit of an unknown gaseous k substance has been discovered Piecea1i t1ivI markably long period It iis said by 1 I scientists that the substance is either i t clayII IIhghl gas depositasfuel it i r ji thousands of acres and is of immenSs J ji depthtIt Para to Advertise Y fA Caicago concern advertising IN ui as a private wire house has beetIjasked to fill an order for barbed wire AtSlprove 1h more thin liaya to advertise J 1iiIr 1 T f fr TALKED TO DEATH One of the Mot Noted Occur i rentes in the History of toll j ioujSENATOR CARTERS LENGTHY SPEECH f Occupied tllft Floor of the Senate Con structively For Nearly Thirteen Hours Sunday and Monday t d Ilj This Method lie Killfil tin Illvei rind Iturbui4iIlllIhe Ilolnt Sitthtt Cunrr4 a41R illtu March i Oin m tic lliiist JloliMi rnflrrenrrr ill iii 1 tort I II tllal I IL iiII- Iuaiki I i 11 t hrsiig 1111II of tilt I I Ns ion lit tin setll of iIhr It itlt II9I Setur iii r Montan 1 IIdiitt Ii 101 itIIbunt fLc 1tt alI yt ur i- II riIIiaut sire hyrt iiu to dr tIll risltii iI ImilxM hill iiuc l- liiirdi l tin 0111 I jIlit iI nrirlv i ictu c in hniiis all linti 11 in titi r al aII iil llirf ho lIf thai 1J1 tt18 dI1l t1 ota r- ituiar I lt II1 ntlayIn l after 1il Ilaft II fer rt 11 Ihr rinI rl Jiarbnr i iI tOld rpt l la Ii r 1I1Ilitatlur Laricr IMCIII I ph + jiMaiviitiv in aI drtt1Ultt i i tivin lit hlll Ji attack lilon tinI iiei 111f Mr tirrI finally annirnc1 at 6iij thai ii was his illlutiinn inf tu permit tin river and liarlior hill to Income a lrt if his str Miirii 2mni l RohlOut1tl saying that at tint hiL- atent he tta in excellent physic I comlitioM 1ith the t fcprioi of 1 brief intermission It hilt ii yrturnl- mss i being soiMirtd anda r its of half an hour between I iti ami 11 oclock Monday ilr Carter spoke IJrutienllcontinuolII lit yielded the floor only after the ceremony of the induction of Vice President Uooseveh iinto oSlice had begun KiftySeveiUh rotiKif filled In retiring as the president pro true of the senate MrI lYye in r snoiise to a resolution of thanks fur his ioitrtppy and impartiality delis eicd n btaif1m feeling address in the senate At the conclusion of the stsSiii of the lixtysixtbi congress Vi e resident Uooseve wa sworn in and immediately called tin senate of the liftyseventh iongres to order It was a simple but beautifuland In pressive eeremony The new scnat it s were sworn in aroups of four At flu conclusion of this proceeding th senate attended the inauguration of r 11Jac president At ljj the senate nr HJjournldjnullcdiatclTuesdayTlior 1 session ntr 1145 Monday1 amid a demonstration I futon its members following the de salcdirtnryiythe body had huin the throe of dissolution with little business lo perform Here and there on the desks of the members WIll great clusters of flowers paying farewell tributes to their services Clusiiitr hour In tlu House Shortly before the closing hour Mr Richardson Teiin the minority leader presented resolutions testify ing to the high ivgsml of the house for tit able im arttal and dignified manner in which Speaker 1ltridet Hon had administered tit duties of pre siding oilieer Coming1 front ne min unity there was added significance in t the tribute The resolutions wen unanimously adopted hn rising vote Then the speaker Iin slow and impressive touts delivered his closing words to the house thankingl the members for their cooperation through a busy and eventful eon fires He cpnchidcd at1 11 I nnd an nounced the sessions of till house for the ftyixth congress ad journed SPANISH CABINET yrttor IIIerde Itespeelfltlly lie clincs In Porlla One of CoiiciMitrnlion Mndnd March i Sen or VIIlltwlte Monday night hfIiiHd to form a cab iiut of concentration uwillg to the iinpoisibility of afrreenicnt between the various anarchist groups Vhei1 he tried to forth a purely conserva tine ministry the deputies by a ma jority considered the task to be Senor Jsilvelas in his quality of lead er of the party It iis stated that th queen regent will next consult Senor Valdosera president of the senate Itolicrl liiiiiiit Cilrlirnilonr Chicago March S1tyo thousand members of tit United Irish socie ties attended the Robert Kniinet eel ebration in Central music hall Mon day night ins heard condemnation for the memory of Queen Victoria and words of praise for the Irish martyr t Chinn A ppeals to tin IlMVtri f withf r agreement regarding Manchuria and China has appealed to the powers iu the matter The empress dowager it I is reported expresses reluctance to return to Peking 1 1nrutcr fills r Ness York Marchl iG Edwin 1 Tones a broker of 20 Broad street I1fIullca0 filed a petition in bankruptcy Liabilities 111000Y 4t- rI aCie It Inld the Ghost Duriiiji a couniination tour in the dieccta of IVifitioroogh too late bishop ot London put up one eveniug at an old manor house andslept iu a room supposed to be liiiintil sect mourning at brakfat the I bishop was asked whether he hadseen the Knt Yes he replied VMIIl j iritt M 1 leninitv but I have laid the spitit it mil rnvrr trouble you again IViij lurthir quliJlOtIUpoD the subjcct the l liol1i ciol Jiie iixwit immediately vunishttl v 1 tun I aIJ for a KiibKiiptn n towaril the MHimatioti vf IVterborougU cathedra Argiiuaut STATE OF Onio CITY or Toiti l ltt FrLIt Frank Cheuoy nukes ouch that Lt is the Sfiiuii partner of the him of II1 rheucy k Co doing husin in tilt city of Toledo County ana State aturesaidaril that haul Inn will pay thei uiu of one llundrwl lllava for each and every case of caturrli that cannot be cured by the use of HnllVCatarih Cure FRANK 1 1 CUKXKY Sworn to before n e and 1110nlocl in tuv presence this 6th day of lei iilrr A D ISStf A W filKASON I llltI Iuilio- i ills Catarrh Cure iin taken intirnallv and flitv dirfitly on the blood andiuuetalP111 tn n1 the hVHtem S iid fur titinii liia fif i FJi t HENEVtE CUfuledoUi- d hv drisjit 7V Hails Family Tills are the best I 4- Ihissed I the tKe 1hntt 1 011i it tiih l you s i IwasI a- r It e li l lrIeI I 1IU l 1 n Iuettr 11 htt i LI nutI Caecerl- a hrun ti ot1I- IfKI t I oIt usalt trtte lIt of IIU ttItt1Uunt A 11ttaan I Viiotlii 1ro that It Iar- 1i lia ji 1 iy avii a- iiir iai 1rr fliili tiii t6r 1 i iijj s i ill 1tl1i ti iiu I i 1lolIIiv fir tar i c ate gr A i II iL i1jj rv I 15 iii IK At last r TL I iuW 11I iU lint 111 artii iiinlIik tat aiiviItli II I inr 1II liil tatty aiii Ut ai tin pfopii v il star in liriujr IrttilirtsI i wio havo liI1 tried this fniiti M jif litgfd t ttry it btt au r ini t x ry iay lit fourI we nil rtn 1U1II Cult ahtilira tlei llvlp llUttllf oJilll illl ro InUfr nniiicinc in the uitM 11arti to r iiiuiate the ivtr uji IKXMS t n tix ULd iititurailv into heatlik 4iioii Tin Very Into1 I Customer Heros a pier ofi gtHjI U that I I stupedontciired argil t they j Tailor yes they curve outward on no I I i i l 1 j lorblIWI I L j t Ancient mill Moitcm Proverbs From the Hrookiyn Staniiml I tron- lie who knows not and knows not that lat knows not ii is a fool avoid him He who knows not and knows that he ki ounotiis Minple teacti him lie tvtoi L1n s and knot that he knows i a l IlJ wake lam Lot lit who knows and ki n that he knows is a witj than follow lIIIIFrtJIn i the rabiaii Proverbs I lie who trieU by the Xcw Y rk On tral known tlat be rides over smooth level tracks in luxurious trains at 11 1It1II s eel tIrrotgh theI mont delightful cotmtry PJIta a eost IIi hut two lcnts Ttiin man iis of 111111111 judgment Follow ojtx ij ample and you will be happyAu Ameri I can Proverb Tin Lottery of llnrrtnle An thin girl boasted a few rears ago- tlat two men were so anxious to marry hcrI that she drew straw + to see which toile j sliudd take the drew the wrong straw Atinstn jole IvIlanill j anII lira Chinch Did yon eay your husband liked there clitlglrh gOWfNY Mrs I othain Ye he likes one to cling to me about four sasollsluultrs Statia taint S 7erl- te IrlutcestShe What dill papa uy when you asked him 15ertk Uertiellc said This u so tmddeu Puck rVery llttlv lTuv Mnlrrtnl Some men who live Iby their wits have to capitalChicagoNewsNewsOut of His LweAII Littleton The vet man for the emersencv I haven grave proflent lioston Courier Dont grumble because today is bad He member that tomorrow ib quite likely to be vunse N Y Herald e ruE MAIIKETS 1 1Cincinnati larch 2 CATTLE Comniou 205 ii 3 G5 Extra butchers 4 25 it M- CALVKS Extra 0 75 u 7 00 iIOWS Select ipackers 5 45 ifs i 50 Mixed packers 5 35 0 5 4- 3S1EEIExtra 4 00 Jii 4 25 LAMI5S Elm tt 5 50 FLOriJ SpriiiKT put 3 SO fril1W WHKATI Xo a redl V- iiCORNNo 8s 2 mixedI Irt 42 L OATS Xo 2 mixed it 2S liVENo a 1105- lialChoice timothy ii14 25 POKK Fnuiilv fn 14 Vy2 1A1ID Steam i 7 liO ltIllIth dairyui 14 Choice crriumerv tj fl APJLKS Ch to fancv 3 10 ifoOIATOESIr brl 1 30 it 1 Ii5- TOUACCO Xcv G 00 JL 0J 55 Old 870r12 00 Chicago FlOn Win patent A GO fa 3 SO WHKAT Xo 2 red 741 3fo 7Ga Xo red G9 Cili 7- 1COHXXo ti il ry f 234I31YKI Ci 51 PORK Mess 13 Or u 14 00 AIl s T 40 fu 7 42i 3 New fort FLOUK Will patent 3 03 q 4 00I WIIKAT Xo ti red n to- COUX Xo 2 nixed GI 451 OATS Xo 2 mixed cinP 01tJOIMv Family r15 30 LAUD Steam fri 7 ft- 5Ilnltliuore WIIKAT Xo 2 red 70Vfii 7G Southern 70 II 774 CORNNo mixed 444 i JiV OATS Xo 2 mixed 2jyC 0ICATTLK Pntehers 4 7S u r o- HOjS Western G 10 J G 13 Ioiilavlllr- FLOUlt Win patent 4 25 L 4 70 WHKAT Xo 2 red L 77 CiX Mixed new fa stOATS Mixed rt 2St 2 1U I i FMess Oili 2- AltIStcam 7 7 IniIItiiinpolI- WHKAT Xo 2 red rr 7G- COHX Xo 2 mixed A 3- nOtvrSo 2 mixed C2ui riJ rrouocit Alllnnce with England If the Lnited Stats and England should fonn an alliance the tombined t- tretgthwould be so great that thtre br 11 tie chance for enemies to overcome u In a like manner when men tnd women kr ep rp ttwir ilOdihJotrNlllth with Hosteller s S tnnIri there iIis little lhlnteofTlieoli tinu remedyiiHiuU 1111 I sc fll I Ies trl bluil steadit the iervrs and 111 r tiie uplt Try itlhrlt lII- allJ p l ili igtn 9 ts It ollHr Icily 1Ii1 had IMCM Iin uigIII1 eveiiirp to make Ii I mipiVin litEuut ttall Irisi iiiiiii tIsic mll l liidi l gisrrIi nic nu l i 1111 jjcili Irint iyiiino but ws still mt t tiM ims IItiirK kilincdI lli c tail 1 ts per rive ill 1111 Hi i l to jfl ilI o 11 Iflll1I1 I lit 11 ulilru c IIit1gtil 110 Ilit rc u rvoti uui1 11 bolt lLr nin1 thlgttiI I1 pI ru 11at rl 1- cellar rule No tr Iiluhiii nl I Itid ti loIl 4 s a vullur linn he fled N Y Tnne Ten 1 ears late Many pooplc uhl not tan waitedso lntiK IMUIC Iryinm a tfiodI article lint when Mlr Frail liv tau iloinj liilsine s as a- di ijtit at I must Iowa he wiute Your Lotion I is doini votdertil things here One oflettettN1111I Olll xvoiild Mippo e I lint tliis woiideriul ini il viiii Lid then I been on tike market niarK thirty yeu would have btn recom i I drugi1t o Solon Palmer C4 Pearl Mrcet New t l 1 andlVt0IIniv II VYni Done lo tcivi Piiy huts did you becomei iur1 tl iifil Min In my youth IIwa nice and wit hki yuu vcti I grew uptnd usliiil what a cruel uorid I11is iis I hall hard ened Oliio Slate Journal 0Cheap UntcM lo Oiliroruln- Fibruary 12lh aiil each Tu adty t Inre Spemilll the Souilurii Pii iticV Couipjii s Upeii inii SUIMI Kuuies to ai pouts in Caiuor ma The rate wil be From Cimaxo t000 frfm OL Loi Memphi md Nnv Jiitalis fJ7iO in in Oliuhu Kansas City PU iOOorrIItII1i I low raus tuna aJother points eat alitd torih For part icuiuis and iieiijI iiifii in itiin ptrtainii li the boutmrtl Pn sit l niii fairs Route aln tin e pcca rates to Cliforiiia coil upon or aircW Neinntr J W A S I Io223l ark St Chicago Ilil- W H Connor A S Iu C hatnber- of Comni ree BJj Cui a iiiiat111toJ J Herriii IC A P Co 11IlkItidg lmbun PI- L 1K Towusiey U1 S P Co fix Olive St St Louis Mu ylldgw ttrntyut rim 1ItnlllCw daring when do you Ithink we woulil Intter aniioinn our iiik iiieiit t She Oil there IK no hurry dear Any time within tilt next 21 houss Harper Haul oJ There lXo Dentil from Croup Pneumonia ll d lpliilnrla if Hi xiiV Croup Cure i Urd pioiipt No opium to tupify the orIL Nitiltj ac to ntusrate the tiirjiuli Siid Lr tngltar- Jo eeiiis A P ilex ie infr Uutfalo Nil- efts J of people wio are waiting fur an opportunity observed Irsing Tonne the ihilonoplier would have to Lave III uutro suction to out if it should come to tlem Indianupolia News 0eCoartahip may be termed a bean kooi that iiiarriage pull into a hard knot and occasionally a very hard knotN Y lltr aid Tu Cure n Cold In One IJny Tike laxative Bromo Quinine Tahet 1 druggis srefund money flit fails tocure 25c Any foul ran run the universe the wi emaniis he who can run his ov n house HilDI1i Horn Phos Cure for Consumption iit1 an infiuj Lie medicine for 11t111 h and colds NiWi SttiuuelI Ocean Grove X J1eb17 WOO 0A coward encounters a treat many dun KfTs trial dont exist iliifitgu Daily OWIi Le That public schools of tin large cities OM Carters Ink exclusively It jIK tIt best andcosts no more than the poorest CJet it He tOil the trainare you afraid of tunticln Sbo = Nut when lia with Iu Town Topics Fortify Feeble Lungs Aiiiii Wt u with Halfs nonce of riortliiiu rtdIlI Pike Tvut ache Drops uu u ut iniuu- Thf man who iti weddedl to In anally MI has Poverty for his mjticiin lia Town Topics nPCTXAM FADKIBSS lvis do not sp t streak or give your goods an UI seulyuici appearance Sold by all druggist eoE prudcutI All the Kentucky belles chew KishiI nun They like it 0spursChieugo A Quirk DeMker- fGetapackageof HurnhamV Flaslyreilveon- at t your grocer dissolve it in a pint of boiling water and let it cool The result iis a delicious and heaL httll dessert The flavors are lemon ortnpe rasphtny strawberry peach wild Hurry nd tin unflavored talfsfoot for wine and coffee jelly Al grocers sel it privatePILES pars Atilriicfsorliy VlOOWILLIAMSI STOCKS WnntrdActnt torlldtrldentt pavIng California 011 ilocks OIL A lowerStreet qnlck seller fir nroflts Address 25 000Serous It aatd nlht irk slid rtprtw paid 1 FrdbndoAi itdlleeoTort = u AFTER THE CRAP GOES CATARRH glillwcillus I I i I j l from tle 1t1ItnI to the Iatitir Iuy- II link behind it a thoLtlutnl ott UIIKUIS Ii aul despair Catarrh fulluws grip an cffcirt follows f31UQ- II pringL1rilthal mmtryTkcl ii alrcalyKreryoii tnurhof grip should not tail to takes course of trout ment with PCI una Patina eraiMiate every v lice of the dilll InJ AIM IISIVCK the system in a imiinal cun iitiwii line Jnteph p frowlov fontrrp man froth Illinois write fuin 11atillla Ho tel Wanlimfftiin I ia iiillows After pivtnyr IIrnia a f fir tra I aa dltSrfltly reiir nl1 11 Itv tn Itlt one Miff rii tii ctt iiiUi la v P install atati runt ILli4t 1 IIt Onvv 1 1Ii tlrgrrsrrnFrain is be Q A iJfCtt l- 10c m 25c ALL DRUGGIST kill the No cure Years an Is Assured n Hun tau of tress who mail iarnplilcta tree K V ilack lictroit KT S L The real ot and compared to 8500- OurStOO GUt be equalled at Ue and Bell more and any two man thu UnltodStates tLO than tots plc jour dealer not rtt Hunt lur reach Write for nf tfptu t It yon In the land of experiences of who in ci orts ofde c atf= Itll as rates can bo bd on to Immigration nepanraent of er nit ttio ltH you jte of cut 01 InirauTtitloii to MI No f II Vf L t3 and tame and on If will ripyou J 2 5c to I I ti I more tan atiud Pcruiia tiiid it t IIK an liiln and 1 11l in uy I I MT it us an eviilleiit H 1 IP lit crew Superintendent U S Capital ol Washington n C Having uflVred the T was ad i by a to use I il for my catarrh I now recommend your to anyone iin iitfe ing the and catarrh J 1 P lt ltusaetL fiyai Legion 2fiJI Kndieott Ituilding St I unfortunately my system in a peculiarly receptive eon for catarrh I was exposed iin any way to inclement weatiier At tlio e I bo severely afflicted 1la priupe and its 1I11lao1nlrtIUfnllC fur the venriil r I 1 1 PerniiA in cav ot itJ j vu I 1ltUtll it not cure 1Il V Fat iit m1 hIijl s 1Ic F t fVfM natural all bowel appendicitis bll I fouiiieKs breath blood lidon ruouchlwaducle bloated boweln fonlII paiiiN eatius nallow cumplrxioii VVSieti your t larly urn Constiputlou pcoplu all It IM offor year aflcrvards mutter yourillyou put bowels Take our advice CVVSC today under ail to or itiouey co In3 or Supprluteniicut Ottawa Canada LuJer flntil lrlNNKS ilirrlll UOLilili Uoom 6UIK W DOUGLAS S3 VSSS 8300 S35O shoes with other makes is SIOO Kde Lino price utako S3GO shoes than other THE moreWU Douelu ata ToutdmltrsaouldtownTakebottom eudareirateanywhere Spring CoKjrelcU takcup your Western Canada plenty trated civinis farmers hate becOtuo ecaithy rronuiir etcand rcdiiiid railway Interior Ottawa Canada worth S30O tAmped i Itut with ljiM1 rrlnctt tfrip aanii have incd rrcmuturlsushit fIltlldyClogt White huh Polne Force says from grip viseil friend your Peruna Ialso used and Ian sheer fully who front grip trwMiss tuna Past Coun slur Paul Minn writes years have found dition when time would with Viw last have used such that only also Ifan liibl had llilr ktloll after Hvcr and move regu you sick ulOre thud starter aid lout hut conic vlial rlht Mart with cannot homes wlicat 1llIcI bupu Midi For tlf rc ra b tells = S ICI W re tent nv co olhlN ut a r Mi DMr111 l ii MinriMnlis 1 Iq ami was parl bat the lad elicits Jtaillld through tie I dill not as J was ie In the fall Iu a Ildafttr Ir wet attending a n tall and J sulfured a An unpleasant raturrh oi the and and an I ia a mn physically serious to it but hi tie to break me completely of my fritnds was vie nit nit1 to try IVruim and I did no it all more I It not me of the catarrh but me to uIu the system brought a V of buoyancy lt I not knra for rearsilfiss Ie you do riot patisii results till use of tii Dr Hartman a lull e of case 61 gill be l ti bin gratis Dr rLirtmai President of TTnrtinan Fftnitnrlum fVhimbis O r t I Fight wealth old Money Bags is drying bowels IQinghealth offering your wealth but you get it because you neglected Nature in your mad rush gt gold No matter what or what ails you today is the day the dayto keep watchof Natures wants help your bowels regularlyCASCARETSwill I help Nature help you Neglect means bile I the blood breath awful pains i the back the head with a loathing feeling that is good Dont how rich or poor you you well if you have bowel trouble you regular if take BETS get them today metal JOe whole months treatment 50c take it candy it will work eently while sleep cures that means it the muscular I waIls the bowels and gives them then they regularly that is what wantit found THE TONIC LAXATIVE C3- r V rtNICt 1 l 50c- CURF the Hfutiiatli troubles trouble dtzyInes bowel urttiiisr other dlCUUN toctl1cr n aUlnellh4 sullbrIui AHKTS absolute u- arLtc I Independence any thus pamphlets IEOLKV FourhidglndlauaiullsluII S350 SHOES Doticlaa wactureriin ItKANOV luKTiiiatiun txdhit rcmedy ICnrthy Mystic ebronlc is Scar aero j old It Ie uany In this U or Ian and our best te c unit will eU to cure or L as and art not one uUu box the LOc bus nod the lion to by mutt or the you It unit let your for both rai our ltnt nil ou start will and youi will the day No fir t d t tne free by mall CO or i I I i iIy iy j c f x r= u- q r fI IOC tlhl t8IJ Ii U torn Ktanl PIIEM R New Vork Hold under l tat 1 low and very lnua IISSrII- i I r t I North Bryant uviMuic writes LIT Miliireil tysu grippe Tally euretl utter suiriner awl oiieiow get strong i fore tight l l tinn IIIfltt and leitun n cnd relapse head tlnat followed Iwas weak eiuidit i this took flown One Collcge who i itiiif asked and found f and than hade pwtwl cured restored perfect built entire and hall feeling wliI had Alice lhc sler derive proinnt ton write at once iyirlg uncut your 11 i pliat give you advfi Address The on for yourliver and wear all will not to you do dayevery and act in foul and in of and bad for all in life care are cant be will be you CASCA- CASCARETS in box small box one eat like and you It strengthens of new life act and ly you guaranteed to I had don your Uidcdq atlases catalvyue tloirttg lrug inn SOLD B I GUARANTEEDTounr Five orASCICNow million tbua boxes atmtlur medlilne world Tits absolute proof merit tlmonlul have rtN1tRETB ubsolntely guaranteed raoney refunded GobuytodaytwouOeboieSgirethema 1atrlronrt trIal perstetole tJtrtcUon Ifydu atlned unrlllnr return unued empty n druwtat from- ysLom purchaed money buck Luxes udTletnoIDUcr today Health jalptlv follow bless tarlr he CAMCAU JCs Book Address SIKKMMi KKMEDY stiff OUk ClUtAuO SALZERS SEEDS RICHfpoutoreryLimtrlr11ettcnruonarth ilTety- h olutlonlocruGruwlt1trt tiorfhtunsot1iarperacreropslilreesalttreowingllJp What Is It 1iCatalolUfI tFDA STAY allI1Aut narI WfrtSlUn PILESAIKESIS address Tribune building GREGORY SEEDS tbreeguar antees Catalognefre- eeiJbGrgw7aas yearklskudlw i Minn only health and front Penitia valuable NEVER IN LI1 faith THE GENUINE tOWER fr13 J FISH BRP POMMtLSLICKtU DIKM1OG YELLOW WILL KEEP YOU DRY NOTHING ELSE WILL LOOK FOR ABOVE TRADE MARK TMf NO 3UMTiTUTEi CATALOGUES FREES 10WIN5 fULL LINE OF GARMENTS AND HATS AJTOWER C0 605TONMA5S DrOPsyaw DLSCOVKUY sites relief and cures woml ta rs lot k of testimonials and ili4atreatment- Free IJr lI1L iUKKNS SONS llux U AtUnt ia A N ItE 1855 to WHEN VTKITIXO TO AWVEKTIHEK4 please tate tkftt you sate Le 4 dTcrtla seat la this paper1 FIII it ItII t J j UlldUlg 1 I I 1 Material ROUGH Ar I I I r BEfit LUMII I y Doors and Windows Shingles dec I Lime and Ceuieut I J I jHardwarej IT ES1L ArIiSCl1ERIt1IJ1G1 pun ISJmn I J I It jflSBD STUFFS i Hay Oats Com Bran etc eio j jrlrlI 1- CARUTHERSj A L rn G j BAKERY AND 0 I to CONFEdtlONERY11- l AiI j l j FRESH BREAOfCAKSS AND i CONFECTIONERIES III IbI I t CLINTON STREET 1 f of KESTtCK1e i Telephone Number 901j H J a o SWEEPING POPULISTADVANCE Lmdon th largest and wealthiest city in the WI1 bv aUftieleetionI held I last Saturday iby n tremendous majori ty devided in Ilr of uumi pal owu frvhip of all jublK utilities Tin pvople willjjijw own the witer gab lighting and transportation tLiking the j resent plantant of the hand of pri vxtc companies l t waslth ever inii a rreasiug eswiionsj of the corporations that cansod thr revolution The result at uf tht experiment in the great city of Luui u will lagsvly influence the rest of z hf world Ii HOT SHOT AT THE COURIER I Itt Tit flicktban County News U flinging warm shote at Fiouruoy of the Paducah News and at our old friend Varron of i the Hickman Courier Let up on War reu Brooks He is ashamed and feels already his guilt Oolutnbos Critic The Courier IJtWer received a copy of the Hickmau County News Contain I iag the alleged warm shots nndp Clto fire iits warm shot into the air nud never let us know anything about jit why tie supp it Cap go on and thus amuse itself- PRIMARY ELECTION APRIL 6Li Candidates Assessed to Pay Bloc ction Expenses otc 1TlwYultoll Ex penst Commit t has assessed the can didiK before the Denjperatie primary toheld April ti as follows Sheriff 7 County irk 7 County Judge j S5 Jailcr sfi County Attorney f1 l Assessor S3 Superintendent of Public Instructiont Surveyor Si These i- astfessuieuts are to pay the xpenfies oftJj holding said election The candidates areto pay their assessments to the to Conuty DenHXiratic Secretary not later than the 23rd day of March 1901 Its pre uJled that if any candidate fails to pay that his iiauio will not be on the j primary election ticketseI All legall voters who supported thep Democratic ticKet in the last National of and Statelections and minors reach ing their majority since are entitled to vote in the primary The County Chairman is authorized to till all 4acancies that might occur b among the election oilicera in case anyIJ of said officer fail or ref usejto serve jIt The following is the list ofJpreciuct j ollicers agreod upon RIITFCLTONcJames Norman sheriff Jnbe Felts judge James Milner clerkJWEST FCLTOX 1t- Ed Thouipsonsheriff WH Phipus judge W P Nolen clerkI- XDUTON 0James Thomas judge Chats David eon sheriff Joo Little clerk CAVCK ii- B F Attcrberry judge John Alexander t slieriff Jreorg Potter clerk EAST itICIUtAX A W Davis sheriff Alex Rice judge Cbos Perry c1crkfWBST IIlcrMS J W F Blakomore judge Olint Pol lock sheriff Findlay Handle clerk SASSAFRAS RIDGE Wni Perry judge Winfield Tucker sheriff Henry Clay Clark MADUID BBSD Joe Hawkins qlerk Austin Adums judge Lawrence Everett sheriff 1r 1 MISS LORA WHIPPLE The beautiful and accomplished daughter of our count mnll Mr Wash Whipple aud a recent graduate of the subcripI has quite a number of pupilI enrolled J Emit DAVIS ISTAMPlAX U S Rev enue Tax bill goes into effect the tint of- IT uly next The total reduction amounts to to 000000 The following are some of the feature- sI the present law which aro abolished Bank Checks Proinisorv notes Mousy orders Bills of Lading Express re ceipts Telegraph and Telephone Mrs sage+ bonds conveyances exempt below Insurance policies Lenses 12600 of Attorney chewing guru etc Good Cough Medicine For hlltiren I have no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P slogan a well known aud popular baker of Petersburg Ya Wo have given it to our children when troubled with had coughs also whoop iug coughAnd it lugs always given per feet satisfaction It was recommended uu by a druggist as I he but cough medicine for children its it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by Cowgill and Cowgill Hickmau and M Shaw State Line Ky A NEWCAPITOL Kentuckys old and dilapidated State may be replaced by modern ones DrJ Owen Kobinson nominee for Iepreutati e has begun a canvass the member of both Houses of the Legislaturei urging their support of a bill which he will introduce in the House providing for an appropriation ofI half million dollars for the purpose ereeting new State Capitol buildings The response soJar received are nearly all favorable and Dr Robinson believes the bill will pass Tho Hon E II Tay lor will introduce a similar bill in the Senate AYRES AND FLATT iFulton Ky March aSpecial Nine of the twelve members of the Hickmau County Democratic Commit tee with the r e airman met yesterday Clinton and proceeded to call a pri wary elwtiou to nominate a candidate for the Lemslatnre from Fulton and 1 irk m an counties Chairman Alexan der ut the District Legislative Corn and eleven members of the commIt- tee did not attend thu meeting Chair- mAn Alexander and cloven committeemen out of a total of twenty have already signed and promulgated an ad dn ss declaring Mott A res the regular nominee R B Platt who also claims the nomination has been asked to ap eal his grievances to tho State Central for final settlement but re fuses to do so f PLAIN ISSUE In the European discussion of the effect out international trade of the forma iou of the Steel Trust in this country vith a capitalization of 1100000000 there are some points brought out which tre decidedly interesting to Americans vho must pay tribute to this behemoth roinbineEspecially so is the assertion made by klr T Putnam managing director of the Darlington Forgo Company of Eng and The trusts saysMr Putnam can only affect us in one way by rea of exceptional advantages granted thorn by the tariff III America they may make huge profits utid utilizetheni dump down material in this country it less titancost Can you figure out how this protection of an infant industry capitalized for 1100000000 tho heaviest stogie- apitalization in the world is accom anything beyond the enriching the Steel Trust magnates at the bitter cost of the American people The huge profits which the trust makes out of the American trade helpless be auso of the crushing of competition y the tariff come directly out ot the sockets of consumers in this country iis n monster tax that is ntterly inde feasible The protective system under which the tax is levied is itself the of the trust system The vital principle of the trust idea is thai of a monopoly which shall hold American peoples its mercy ESTRAY NOTICE Taken up as strays by Willie Binford living in Fulton county Kon or near the Lod ton and Moscow road near the Shelbys corner three head of cattleas follows One Red Cow with white outback and marked with split in left ear crop and under bit iu right ear aud supposed to be S years old valued at 51500 One Jersey Steer crop and two splits in left car aud under bit in left supposed to bo about three years old and valued at 1000 One pale reel Heifer marked crop and two splits in each ear and under bit in left ear sup posed to bo IS months old and valued at 1000 No other brands or marks per ceivable Given under my hand this February 18th 1901 J F MAXEESE J P F C W J Barry Co are looking for ser- Blacksmitheral car loads of Buggy and material on boat Saturday night Come and see them We buy old buggies PAINLESS DENTISTRY II Our Motto t Live and Let liVBtJ MY PRICES rSLAL PRICES Gold1 Fillings 1 t 0Ito5 A nwlgom silver fUe tol 1 to t2 50 Cement 5oc Sl to cl 50 Gold Crowns 3 to 4 5t1to lii 00 Logans Crowns j2 f 0 to all 355 00 Richmonds rownr 00 7 fo to 310 00 Bridgewcrk 0 per tooth 9 00 Plate Work full upper and lower set and extract nil the teeth SIls when teeth are extracted 15 00 SinVlo Plate 57 30 usual once for whole upper set Stu 00 Siugle Sly W Extraction 5lJl usually charge gl1 W Cleaning teeth 75e Examinations free All work guarrautet d to tie lirst claw and t last a life time Compare work wirh any Dentist 11 PALL A DISMUEF S COMEUP STAIRS8 Having aS edtistore tot ItoII perI Bros I have InovedIllY stock1 up I I I stairs over the grocery room opposite Dr viiit1 continue to sellatl cost allI the1 renHlindclII of my goods Please callIf yon anything in this line very cheap H BUCHA1TAN t h SpecialtyI I i I i Dry foods i I ROPER BROS t i I t I t Roper Bros make a specialty ofupto date Dry Goods in Styles Quality and Prices We quote no prices but invite I you to call and examine and we challenge competition in this or any other retail I I I market At the Buchanan Old Stand I c Hickinan liy LEnFOlD ImZ BIfJLEI Croceries9 Fresh Meatsq J Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement IQrYe carry everything usually found in a firet class Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is WOOD GOODS at FAIR LRECES Try Uf a Clinton Street Telphomj G Goods Promptly Delivered gym FOR THE BEST IN GROCERIES I Go where they all go wlwt want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers cA Threlkelde TTPTODATB CaOOERY WITTINGS OLD STAND 1 Goodsl Delivered Free PREjii AMI EATSClinton Street J 4ellphone ItI I P S MOOR E ATTORNS YATL AW HICKHAA KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge U F Reinleyi I I 9rtJ OOXTlll3 eiititI1IOEMAi KENTUCKY I 9513e over Oowgill aowgillF- tt t UruL Store r fl 9t r r 4oiIIThe New- ifoasefumishiags I i Ready0Ltm U Ild u brightest audjKs Spring 4 r t 1mii rlinethe uptrtiLhnt furniitI UId s I duce Tuere a st ialIcnlltll I in the prices re wmiiMeM that should brio yin her t fr allii these needstliat will i iiIlr tin e j trail ct ut- iuTHESE AREg t REMINDERSgll r4OPL i lJK ROKERS rd Sl Iii Sjnil wnrh OAK RoC I l uil Sr Lnd tinisli 200 worth 27 OAK foil size gsldwei worth toO hinwd ItX BED a r i j to 1150 IfflHIj D L rrrwme unamo Ih OLIVER ale1IIHOKMAN KENTUCKY I i IEJ tlilaLwhen anti unitGIVE kruldil do or repi In 1 aeon e tfornillit n pciltv I also keep a full line of IU 1naer E i Common ROIItWhOf jirrt 0111 iB t IIWnlutit Coftift nud CfH wuh can Ilti flutedl up in hnrt notice rnAt q i rfi rn- nbte prices hie wa H rliliII BS1I Shop ner the I i t i I llKeuilry Jnest Rennet BENNETT REMLEY ATiOBNEYS ATLAW = especialthe I Ithl Mr Fiennetts om a will remain at I Clinton and Mr items in Ilickman t OTJ SAKEB9- g t Genera Grocer Powell Block Clinton St luring purei+ed the Grocery Stock of J C Itondurint would penc i in hove nil old friends 011 hVv b OocN Audl Ba giii LIvRT STABLE Y OPPOSITE H R DEPOT cw J H POLLOCK Prcpr I First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages sufI tcamse Customers served with courtesy and politenerw Pn tronage solicited Telephone 19 CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hereto I stay Nobody will aopreciat your patronage or tnke more pleasure in try lug to please you than we old reliable barbers R U CAU WELL WILL IKOWELL Fileot Nho wbtr hop I In the new Laclede Hotel can be found Iwrbers polite andready to serve you Good work clean I keen razors Well try to please i J II OUII H H IVY FARM FOR SALEII I will sell 55 Acres of Laud 4Ja miles Southwest of Hickmau on the Wilson road Apply to J W ILK SF Sincp its a fact that Roper Bros keep the latest styles in no doubt that you be more justified in caret ully exitmniug their and before purchasing your new pair for Spring I oj 10r And that means aplens- ure in store for our pa- tionsone thntlmsensltlte- do ad of Spring House a ituict isI all nutlaIJ flrbt eleionII ill lIII l IH pn1 tiniisi 12X r r wd UEDS from p be Choice where good towels I Shoes would thau Stock Prices INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD r TH Qu1E T HHO9i91G rA Y ij EV R AAVL Three FeedI IIFor One Cent You orHIlquirkerfromi TIONAL aiOCKFO Jhaa by any other mohixl of f elii International Stock Food- Prevents Hog Cholera It prevents Hog Cholera by being a stimulating torn Ihlt111 purifier and general system strengthener When this is attained your hogs will not have Cholera These Practical Facts Explain the iinmeuoe sale of this wonderful product It is equally good for horses cattle sheep hug colts calves lambs and pigs It iis used and endorsed by 500 000 farmers Sold on a positive guarantee by J A MCCLURE s 516 Tro awe Hic man Ky Orden Left a- tShaws Dept Store Iwillreceive prompt attention t n IBHILI jAN1 OHIO lH1H01H1l l 1 r Tillhi POPULAR ROUTE FOR Mobile and the South St Louis China go Buffalo St Paul Indianapolis De MemphisTenuprincipal points of the North East and West T Two trains daily in each direction elegantly fitted and carrying through sleeping tars- Rememberthe grand Mardi Uras Festival in Mobile February 18th and 1Jth let your tieket read via thy Mobile and Ohio Railroad Onlone fare for the round trip long time limits a B BLAIR T P A Jackson Tenn C M Shepard G P A Mobile Alu h Hay For Sale Good Clover Ruled Hay Apply to Tons D MAYES Silver and White Wynnilotlesi The beauty and market Breeds Bred tor utility Eggs 3L50 per 15 8250 per 30 MRS J W JOHNSTON lield Ky Ii1IfJ