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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t Q znit t i 4 ttr ItJ Q TX1OLDESTQ f COURIER SEEN KENTUCKY r r ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMANt FULTON COUNTY MLt J MARCH 15 19O1 VOL XXXVI NO 16 NEW SPRING SILKS 1 OUR EXHIBITION il01i NEWS 1 L KS IS THE LARGESTANI MOST OOMPLETE IN THEHISTOi RyOF TIIE TOWN WERESHOW 0ING MANY NEW STYLES G Ir JGLIJLV li B SIia1sDe- partmen1Store SonsG e 0 1 fireFour weeks I more then Ester blossoms forth It is high time totl Sping matters over Fashions heralds are all here for you to view The arrival season finds us equipped at evmtpoint proud to invite you to inspect New Goods want your verdict want you to that this store is making a stronger than ever for your patronage We have best and most varied line of Dress Goods and Silks and can pleasMhe most fastsdious person Our Lace and Embroider stock is showing an unusally larger variety of Trimmings I Lf JK 9 D A rrirrrrJII If i J tlJ IJ J J 8 etG For Tailormade Gowns or Dress Skirts English and Scotch Plain Cloth Cheviot Fancy Tweed Novelty Checks Zibeline Venetian Mixture Homespun 25c to 9200 Q Costume Material v In extensive assortment of exclusive French and German Nuns Veil e ing Crape Coverts Henrietta Albatross Fancy Mixturee t White Goods 0 L1 to 101 Dote Figures Lace Effects v r Mercerized Fabrics J- An in great demandthis season Our assortment includes many exclusive weaves In fact we arc to meet your requirements for the comingI season with a Choice and Fashionable liueof Foreign and Domestic Fabrfdj it i3J xS iot11Tt j V t yj B jM1v rinaa4T Prreach of all rm I 4 I i- l I 1SHAWS BIG MILLINERY OPENING EE I AND I5 1DRY GOODS DISPLAY wr TAKES PLACE 4 TUESDAY MARCH Z6th COME 0 3 EVERYBODY tI WE ONLY WANT YOU TO tLOOK ON THAT DAY TTTTfTY TTTTT BAPTIST The ladiaa of the Baptist Church will- aiTe a supper at Caruthers cafe Mon- Clay night the 18th from 580 to 11 oclock Ice cream and all the delica CiM of the season served The ladies are making earnest effort to rebuild their ehurch destroyed by the storm Saturday last and they deserve the liberal encouragement of all good citizens ia their noble endeavor Miss Pinkie Walker of Luxora Ark k visiting rglatives in west Hickman J11fir3 r Scbleuker at Sinca the fire at th o Berendes build ing Scblenkers jewelry store has been temporarily established in tho Freuz next door to Hickman Bank where he would be pleased to welcome his friends and customers New goods continually arriying C G SCHLESKER Tom Gardner of Terrell Tenn was in Hickman Friday 2J n 1Sil a BLACK AND COLORED SILK PRINTED SILKSExelusivo Designs and Colorings including all late Shades 1 9 1l8lkvkPLAIN SILKSIn complete of Col S58c to SlOOJper yard ST fl f liLACK SILKS Tnffetiw Pcau do Sole Saliva 1 Wash Gpqds o 5e to COc Swiss Mnalius Exquisitely E11broidcrellm Black Blended and Contrasting colors on and Eveninc Mloiagrouiids at prices that will 4 S surc maUsbric1csloJiiiIiJ EoulardettjB I JrWe have ill stock several kinds of NcwiFSio O Printing exacta copies of Foulard Silks t I Mousseline djOle S4klu Black and Evening colors 11 tAlso the latest French irph Scotch and t icanyeavos wetaMtlileJ pattern lo1treq i 4JIW il z hYc oli1i M ras India Dimity Lawn and many others all at moderate prices I 2KS6S2 dr iII local Mention The now shelf ladder at Rice Nay lors shoe store is the sensation of the week Its convenience makes one clerk equal to two in waiting on customers on a busy day LjSF The lookedfor line of Dry Goods and Furnishings is bo ginning to arrive ut SHAWS Rev W W Horner formerly pitstoi of the Hickuiun Baptist has been chosen to lead the twilight prayer at Muuteitgle Assembly this summer lie is now a student at the Baptist Seminary at Louisville reFresh home made lightbread cakes gingerbread cookies popcorn halls and candy at Womans Exchange Saturday afternoon Mr Morgan Davidson is announced in this issue as a candidate for County lie is a clever honorable worthy young man and we understand pooitionlielie is a young man of golxl family und will highly appreciate your vote cCANNED EGGS ON THE MARKET Co have completed ar rangements for embarking in the bus mess of separating the whites and yolk of eggs canning thorn separately am freezing them The Armours arp deep in tho egg business and experiment show that there will bca big demand for the now canned product- As the eggs arc canned at present some thirty dozen eggs are put up m a 2 gallon can When a baker uses thIrty or forty dozen eggs in a day it take time to break tho eggs and separate them under the old plan The new venture promises to be a money saver for the large handlers ot eggs VoId Storage Ice Magazine KcmnrknblR Cure of Rheumatism From the Vindicator Itutherfordtqn 2s C The Editor of the Vindicator has had to test the efficiency of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in the case First with in tho shoulder from which ho suffered encrrciatiug pam for ten clays which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afnicted and realizing instant and entire relief in a- very short time Second m rheumatism in tho thigh joint almost pros trating him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rub bing with the liniment on retiring at night and gettingup free frog pain For sale by Cowgill Cowgill and A M Sbaw State Line Ky ITEMSii1 IIOHNHEAK TENN 911901 r Editor Hickman Courier Messrs Ed anti It R Pewitt I visited in Hornbeak Sunday Mrs Faulk of Ilickinau iis visiting I her laughter Mrs It L Barnett I Mrs P JJ Hornbeak is visiting relatives in Union City this week I Mr M D Robbins of Paducah season I our streets Friday I Mr Howard of Milan Penn spent ValkOrjrccntlv week Prof Baker made a flying trip to OWen last Miss Dora Griffith visited Miss Pearl Posey of Troy last week Undertaker S Williams is all smiles its a tine girl The Ladies Aid Society will give a Bazaar for the benefit of tho church sonic time in lhnear future Exact I date as yet unknown A play entitled i A Friend will be in connection i with lhelluzaar- II The students both in tho musical and J literary departments are very busy preparing for The Aid Society will meetI with Mrs Allie Ashley Monday after noonGardening is tho chief occupation of quito a number of our citizens at present MADAM Giitrxmr Cull Book Storo Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Everything up to ateIMARY BERENDES Co tH The new Enterprise Cooking Stove tho best Stove made Call and see it at R B ExPresident Harrison is dead President McKinley has killed by a pocket veto the bill to reimburse Con federate soldiers for horses taken from thom by the Federals after tho sur render 1QIO t fl t A EYE COM- BINATIONSI AND r lents rlrDihll 1 SJm NEW SUITS NEW SHOES NEW NECKWEAR EVERYTHING IN GENTS FURNISHINGS JA Special Drive in Medium Weight Boys and W S700 Suits at 550 500 Suits at 425 400 Suits at 846 300 Suits at a25 200 Suits at 165 ThesoSuiis are whatarccalled all tlie Scar round weights and can be worn until midsummer T y t fe r t SHOES k SHOES SHOEEli i i s ii t t if1I i M r Y t ftlI t Sh ily expUuJWf Jr 0- l j X I j giiier in Heavier Lines AT COST HFIWsCJ IWANT TO SELL YOU G B 0 C mrl I JI S Here are some Prices Thdy Dt T m rr w ir Ibs Granulated Sugar 4 lOO 1 bbl Patent Flour 375 20 lbs Good Rice for 100 9 pkgS XXXX Coffee 100 g Bars Clairette Soap fori 25 Other Goods in proportion and a Paper of Garden Seed given with every Dollars vortll bought for Cash from 1 M B SHAWS SONS I III LIand Miss MattieMr Harry Mooney were married ac the Methodist by Rev J H Evens Mondayparsonage night The happy young couple loft the same night for Tyler Mo their future home Car Load of Furniture Just received by Morris C Phillips Newest Styles Sold at Lowest Prices Miss Mabel Goalder returned Wed nesday from St Louis and is enthus iastic over the new styles and fashions Call and see her at Shaws Sons NEW WASH GOODS LET YOUR WASH DRESSES BEnDELIGHT TOTiIE OF BEAUTY GOOD TASTE ECO OMYARE TIFUL HERE SIIAWS SONS of the new We are the we feel bid the Walking colorings prepared SUPPER Frenz Corner building assortment Lumineux Street Linen Ladies Church meetings Surveyor Armour occasion rheumatism benefit March Hubbs Saturday Loyal examination Ladies Cocking BKEVAUDS PLEN NEW Children Clothing almost tjirl hr Goods ACTUAL for Holcombe SOMETHING TO READ The latest and best books all the read able magazines and a full line of excel lent lOo novels WILSONS BOOK STORE HEADACHE often results from a dis ordered condition of the stomach and i constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these disor I ders and cure the headache Sold by Cowgill GC Cowgill and A M Shaw Stato Line Ky 4- x v I ii f v TjID i f1 BuildingII tt- I t- ROUGH fr f i MaterialLUM I AND lB ORESSEoaUMtt sad Windows Shingles c K JJDeen BaHders and Cement BardarcII Paints Oils 3 etc p ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY ut FURNISHED T11D STUFFS Hay Oak Corn Bran etc ole i L P WS Ellison I CARUTHERSBAKERY t CONFECTIONERY iHE5H3HV l CWiJiAJH CONFECTIONERIES iI i CLINTON STREET i MYNA I c KKSTUCKY Telepkoua Number rJii CONGRESSIONAL BARGAINS The defeat of the river and harbor kill by the thirteen hour speech of Sen ator Carter will have a more farreach ing effect than merely to defeat that particular measure It may become a memorable speech and mark an era in parlimentary historr and it may call sharply bargains We do not recall the exact amount earned by the bill but it was man millions appropriated for many objects some of them necessary some meritorious some peimissable noire mere corrupt jobs of several kinas to reelect an incompetent Representative politiw to phraseTheverybitterandful fight Of course tho bill was never IB any real danger of defeat Those who wanted and did not get what they wanted united with those who were hon c tly opposed to the bill and the com bination was ternporarly in tho ma jority but before the test came the fra grancy of the pork was too seductive The bill Wall amended in the Senate and the House nonconcurred in the amend met and the bill was sent to the Con feerce Committee and hung up there and pat behind the army appropriation bill onto which was tacked the Cuoan and Philippine amendments and when RbrtinstlOHwhisperedthat armybillAprilItreezeway of the army bill was made as smooth and placid as tho stillest bay on a summer afternoon To those who thus were irduced or seduced to per mit the army bill to come to a vote the defeat of the harbor bill mnst have been extremely disappointing and filled their indignationrBut they pets not the victims of that deceit Those who whispered the sweet billwerepos9 to pajw the bill they had pork and much of it in that barrel that money was to be expended under the Republi politicaldebtsfeat was inoe bitter and more exaspira to them than to the Democrats The defeat was caused by the refusal expensiyejobgutter is full of interest and romance if we could but tell it as it ought to be told There are but twelve hundred Bullions of acres of what are known as aird lands These lands are scattered through some half dozen or more West era States and territories They are al most Yalneleas now they are however wondrously fertile when irrigated The jaoct productive land in the world ex cspt possibly in the valley of the Nile t are ss taro irrigated lands in Arizona The headwaters of the rivers which have their sources in the eastern slopes of the Rocky mountain range must fur Rich the required reservoirs unless ar tesian wells can be economically sunk and they who obtain possession of the land upon which the reservoirs and canal matt be constructed can exact trib 1 remainingtwiliecan tw seen at a glance the almost il- liudtblewealth obtainable by those getCongMicanal ana those who can obtain the landajirost cheaply capable of irriga tion Mr R T Tyler is having the Powell brick remodeled and modernized new iron front etc Morris Phillips are E partEI Eaker remains at his present Morris Phillips expect to move about f April 1st- s TTou will profit by reading SHAWS i ad on first page I Fox SAu2 Good Cultivators apply taXiiB Gt Courier Office a a- Li T 1- y ItARE LEGALLY MARRIED A Circuit Judge Decides that Mngis rates taunot Perform the i i Ceremony j Tho fact that in u recent divorce cast I Judge Hodge of Newport decided ahnt I only magistrates having special authority from county judges could legally perform the ceremony hM dIlSldaa lcntuckviearnestly inquiring as to whether they are married or uot IlodJldecidedfor divorce ze the magistrate who performed I the ceremony hud never received I the authority trout the county judge and sho was never married This ruling is considered to be an error by many lawyers who haves been udgeGregoris also opposed to Judge lodges ouin iou fudge Gregory holds that section 21I 102 of the Kentucky statutes effectual Ily settles the question Section 2102 provides that if the contracting partItS i lterformingand take the matter in good faith the marriage is legal A Hood Cough Medicine For Children hI have no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran u well known and i popular baker of Petersburg Va We Hume given it to our childrea when whoopiugperfectto me by a druggist as the test cough medicine for rlnldren is it contained nit opium or ether harmful drug Sold by Cowgill anti Cowgill Mickmaii and A M Shaw State Lit Ky j I Here is an interesting subject for dis ji cussiou by the village detailing loch ty The Medical Record says that in a small town m Vnrren county 111 twin brothers were born one a few minutes before midnight on the night of Decem her Ml 1UDO the other a few minutes after 12 oclock on the morning of Jan 11001 The neighbor are quarreling as to what day shall be celebrated by the two boys as a common birthday or whether the children being born on different days in different days in dif ferent mouths years and even centu ries may be regarded as twins or mere- lyI as brothers W J Burry S Co ure looking for several car loads of Buggy and Blacksmith material on boat Saturday night Come and see them Wo buy old bnggius R L Moore has started a paper at Hickman 1which he calls the Searchlight and it sells at fifty cents per copy It is devoted to the exposition of his domestic troubles Mr Moore was for many years a prosperous druggist in this city and finally embarked iu the show business later becoming a lung paI Democrat j The failure of the River and Harbor i hill thrown out of employment many thousands of people heretofore thus employed stops all extension of levee work and endangers tinny levees already riptoniIlein constant danger of destruction etc ES RAY NOTICE Taken np as strays by Willie Buford living in Fulton comity Kon or near the Lodgton avid Moscow road near the Shelbys corner three head of cattle as follows One Red Cow with white on back and marked with split in left ear crop and under bit iu right onr ami supposed to be S years old valued atI1500 One Jersey Steer crop and I splits iu left ear aud under bit in ear supposed to be about three hftII old and valued at 1000 One pale Heifer marked crop and two splits each ear aud under bit in left ear iuII posed to be IS months old and valued at perIFebruary 18th 1901 J F MAXEESB J P P C DIED At the home of her sou Mr Tamos May near Wingo Graves County Ky on the 7th day of March 1K1 at 4 oclock a m Mrs Rebecca Farris who was born in Rowan county North Caro lina January 23 ISIS She moved to Tennessee in 1342 but lived several years in Fulton county near Hickman in 1891 she came here to live with her sou where she closed her days She was a good Christian woman and had u hope in Christ for many years which was her chief delight IThe storm wrecked the tower of our church and the bell is down and bro ken Keep your clocks and waches right and conic promptly on time Services as usual Sunday School at 930 a m Preaching at 11 a m and 730 p in every Sunday and prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 730 Be punctual J H EVANS Auditor Hewitt has determined to tax franchises of Life Insurance Com panies heretofore not taxed and thinks it will increase State revenue 100000 The President has appointed exSen ator Win Lindsay one of the St Louis Fair Commissioners 5000 a year Bishop Dudley has appointments at Fulton April 2Sd Clinton the 24th WickliiTo tho 25th Columbus the 2Gth and Hickman April 23th ESTKAY NOTICE Three head of cows left the farm of J E Johnston and A U Johnston last week two of them unmarked white and red speckled withred ears one deep red marked crop split and under bit in the left ear swallow fork in the will5ltthankfullye Bottom lauds are looking up in value in spite of the failure to build the levee On Saturday at public sale at the court house SO acres brought 1700 an acre Tho average price heretofore has been from 000 to 700 in- y A i 1c S t et 4 kd NEW MODE OF TRAVEL I Marshall Uuderwolof countsismodeof reoiphies claim and toCaliforniaall would have do would inItopsletiu three hours come down ou the Pacific inlsiai Wanttoballoon under you This would bo a very cheap mode of travel and seem to hayo rtasulIBnrchcllIA CAUBIi To our friends and acquaintances who j sYUl1lltthyonI iI our brother and son Will P Bacon i please xttndour deep appreciation I Itespt y Till FAMILY j F S tf k Pf of Remley r MARRIAGE NOTtS Esquire Roberts iis still keeping up his reputation as the friend of lovers Sunday he united two couples in mar riage At 330 oclock in the afternoon M W R Birmingham and Miss M L Phillips a couple who live near Mt Carmelwero married They are esti mable people At 30 Sunday eveningrtMr W L Lindsay and Miss llattie Duuken called at Esquire resideuce and besought his official service to tie tne nuptial knot In his usual Impressive style Esquire Roberts started them happily in mar1taIIJlarlne hip Mr and Mrs will reside m Arlington being natives of that town Fulton Loader I Leonard Simmons from tit Louis Wednesday Attorneys Henley and Moore leave tomorrow for Ills where they are employed in a bit damage writ against the M O Railroad COMEUP STRIPS Having leased my dry goods store to Ro upiDavidsons Dental Iparlor where1 I will continue to sell at cost all the remainder of my goods Please1 call j if yon want cheaptE strCHANAN 3peeialeyI Dry Goods ROPER BROS Roper Bros make a specialty of upto date Dry Goods in Styles Quality and Prices We quote no prices but invite challengeicompetition in this or anyother retail market At the Buchanan Old Stand Hickmaii Ii7 i ILJEIDFQlffiJj RAINrDLE irQGeries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement fiSrye carry everything usually found in a fir tcla1I Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customere Our motto iiS UOOD GOODSat FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street1elphonc G Goods Promptly Delivered FOR THE BEST I- NGROCERIES 1 Go wher they all go who want FRESH GOODSt the LOWEST PRICES TO I Rogers c Threlkelds i 1 UPTODATE GROCERY I WITTIXGS OLD STAND Goods Delivered Free DIEATSClintonj Telephone 74 W 1 MOORE iS ATTOENEYATlJW v HICXMAA KENTUCKY t1e Office Partner Judge Hljj c 4- v 4 s fflr y 1tiloJt i r 7 Roberts i Lindsay returned Jonesborp 1 I DR S K DAVIDSO Dentist HIOKMAN KENTUCKYJ OCice over Oowgill Oowglll I liras 8toreJJ h R1 Ma The New Housefurnishiogs Are Ready w mstaltpisat ensIth- edradof ideas brightest anll Best 6prfgt 19tl sHftastieBS ia ask II putic1 Ilarlline aptodate keBae ivaiakiifs that ssadera 1LCThrc s a special ecouoay In the prices reasonableafiss that should bring yoa here fir all these nttds tkat will kwp the trade comiaf THESE I 1 sou EoN Oasllsat aN flBisk well wire 1121 Cokler Seat eaW fialsk fttt well weith 275 size good glms tnlsk f97 worth 310 AREA Enameled IRON 1BDS mID flSS t HBO STEPHENS SMITH Blacksmith OLIVER and Undirtakir I HIOKMAN II TUOIl- 1G greetB1sekueltkIegW epoeikyIUiteitaint Gay d a- Croo 1tswe aitf B H4 MMl Walin Cee aid CmiM vkick sa be filled up ia ikn aerie awl e rsuiable pries iua a taill- lalq 8kep seas eke Jan rrI stsy t W J tiett BENNETT 4 REMLE7 =AlroBRI1J riWsir Will practice IB all Gents eq siat the Comb of Micknan aal fitltatrMr Bennett oRe will rsBtttfc at Clinton and Mr Rcn Wy U IKettBigB O E EAKER General Grocer Powell Block CUatra 8t Itfil1J1laae vb Grry 1Wh J J C B i4nr ai sell be pleel H hive all ild fried H sell Free a4tad Ckoice ftargkiai LIVERY TJLBIBf DIIPaTI J H POLLOCK Prop1 rim class turooato huaaiat smjscarriageB safe teaw ke Omtsaisai serred with courtasy kad yaUftMMam Pa tronags acUaifcai e CITY BABB1R IHO To old esBt Bta i Wa ftca max s So stay NoW will aafneSato yaw patronage wlak aON JM Win la fjr ing to plasyaa vs ell valiabl barbara B U OAzawmL WILL Ill sstb r p- In the new Lecli 1Ietel WM aa be found food basrpeee taU MIll aaaiy to seas you Good verkoleaav tsvafti kea arltsmr Wall wf al liasi yam Id tsar NLtAI filiAl I will Mil C5 Acrea of oMU AUiaUai Soathwart of Bickmaa m the Wiiaosj road Apply a 7 w Lt rSince H a 1Met tfcat tilesBras lteP N fit rV h1 N doubt that you won lit ess than justified in carefmlly axaBaataff their Stock aril Pricer w4v11Nisf4Nt I1Re- ves lair llgfbt Aid that ve iu state for our ps- tronrionothatiee SpringHouge claninifor the selection ti au unusuahyiterwt- i tu We ltiw nx tke t L1D If I ROOM5BS 1 r taU well i i v tits I l 1118 ay Mtg CWw- LHera Itt FARM INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD TO fiB Umm luauThr Yesdi- Pei Out Cent Yeu MB tale a wa k sf Skoati w rtJtAIOWALayfiatfntenational Stock Food- Prevents flog Cholera ivntiJHv Ck lsea ky bring a u Mag tMM Hood parifler sad feesal system sfcrsBithenar When this Ittlalri yetiS kop irilt Rot have Okalsx These Practical Facts bilkia fcke istsaeaM rl1 tkis woo tfal arodMt Itiiaaaallj tieoi to lames cattlt atajf her volts ealves lambs and =M fr ttlad ant anioned by 000 K9Mt feMaa apoaisiTa fuar 1i I J A MCCLURE titTMU Ave KakBum Eyrl I OBBCH lh at i Storeil rilinKoapt attsatioB MOBIII INtl 01110RAILROADI UR POPILrAlt ROtn poa Hakito a4 tka fratk8tlLetk Clia tv Butala M Pawl IniiaMjolki Da XempbilTJL 1111 Rsttt St ti Xtdl aid Two Mir iaiiy to such Airactkm IkroughslUatsatket ska lIRe Xarii Otas Fas tfral la BMito Vaktaaty IStk aaf Ittk Myaet Mobs red via tile Mobil an4 VIde Ba1IIoM Oaly OM fan far tk aaaA tit last time Belie 11 B MLAIR T P A Jackson Tan C kt k paN0 P A MakU JOa WI11 BARRY GO f l lJBvcmri VLB 4- 1WID vial ym a Buggy to araat Blew csr Nat ypar ol4HL a 01 ALL IIKM ALL won UUABAHTWDr t f JV I 1 f 4 x I 1 r yy- s r t trI I THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARRENr J HXOKMAX KY 1 1FR1DAY MARCH 15 1P01 t I Ballroud TiimeTabie- N Ctt St L R R DKATES ABUIVKS Tr to Ho 58 at 900 p j TrMu No 52 7 45 1 m Tntn ico9 at 206 p mIIj Trnlu So 4 IT W p tn BOUnTEE TIKES IBTlBjl 1IN THE LEGISLATIVE MUDDLE AND CALLS AfHIMARY Election to Take Place on August nth nnd All Good Democrats Inrilcd to Participate t Pursuant to a call the following pro J cinct committeemen of Hickman and Fulton counties met in Clinton to tOn sider the situation us to a Democratic nominee for Representative for the two counties S D Griffey Chairman of Hickman County Committee culled the meeting to order and Mr J J Craig was elected chairman North Columbus R L Jackson I South Columbus W J Kerr East Clin 1 ton J P Vaughan West Clinton W J Jackson Hugg W E Bugg Moscow r S D Griffey Oakton J J Craig RoHSville J J Russell iJeunebs not I represented Pelo not represented Beelerton not represented Spring Hill I John C Willey East Hickniau not re I presented W est Hickman vacant Easy I r Fulton oat represented West FuttonI not represented Cayce Dr J 8Y I lor Lodgton nut represented fcja3aa fras Ridge not Represented Madrid I Bend not represented The chairman announced a UlujorllyIIr present and ready for business The committee declared that there iwasno nominee at the Fulton Conven- tionI held Feb 4 I They declared that a majority of the Legislative Committee was present anti acing and that the rules of the State Committee give them authority to de fa t termine contests and that such findings I bindingII They say State Committee ordered primary election in each pre cinct for the election of precinct comtmitteemen to be held NotYinbcrll 1901 l that ouch an election was held in Juyue Precinct and that J W Kay lor vits elected by the people and his opponent defeated That the Cayco delegation t at the Fulton convention was headed by this regularly elected coiniuittei iuan ho bemg tho only one elected from Ful IToteI allege a vacancy one both Hickinau precincts Aud that having 11 of the 20 committcfuifii ul tho two counties they are the Lttslu 1f tine Committee And therefore be cause of these facts and others they de i I nouiinaI tion in regular order at the Fulton con- ventionI and issues a call for a primary as followst Resolved first That a primary elect tion be held by the Democrats of the I Legislative district composed of Fulton and Hickman counties Kentucky on Monday August 5 1001 between the hours of 7 a m and 5 p m to select a Democratic nominee for the Legislature to be placed on the Democratic ticket at the next November election Second That the vote in said primary election to be by secret ballot and the name of each candidate be printed on each ballot and all ballots alike in color j and size and that the voter shall ex press his choice by making a cross fx mark with pen pencil or stencil to the Tight of the name ot the condidate for whom he desires to vote The clerk of the election shall record the name of the voter in a book provided for tie pur pose and the ballets shall bo deposited in a box provided for the purpose Third All qualified voters who voted for Bryan electors and for lieckhaui at the November election 1900 and all young men who have attained the age of 21 years or will attain by November election and subscribe to the principles of Democracy and all who desire to atlili ate with the Democratic party in the future and agree to support Democratic nominees shall be entitled to vote in said primary election at their regular voting places in said counties Fourth The candidates seeking the nomination in this primary may sr feet one man in each precinct us an officer of the election The officers so elected to appoint one ot their members clerk judge and sherifprovided that if there I it no more than two the two can ape point the third It is further provided that if there is more than three candi dates to make selections all that are selected over and above the necessary number may act as judge or inspector Fifth It shall bo the duty ot the election officers to count the result and inue certificates to all the officers and inspectors certifying how the vote was ottt It will be the duty of the sheriff f CIU11r1JI psomeconvenient place to be designated later by laid chairmen the poll book and a certificate of the result in his precinct who will on Wednesday following deliver to the Legislative Committee the certificate and poll book given them The Legislative Commit tee to assemble at the court house in Clinton Ky on Wednesday August 7 1901 canvass the returns declare the I nominee and issue certificate to same SatheIt is further ordered that the I candidates seeking nomination pay the I neceeeasy expenses of this primary viz the printing of ballots supplying of poll books and that they shall let their candidacy be known at least one month before the day fixed for said primary Seventh This primary is not held ender the primary election law of the I State but according to Democratic r wage J WvRATaoU J J CRAIG ChairmanI rI Secretary J t t- t t t 1 4e n = IIw I 1- GOODSII lI4d OIPCO Iter are receiving our new Spring Goods daily Next week vre will show the prettiest line of Dry goods ever brought to Hickman lVEA- RE3LAClt CAT BRAND1 HOSIERYTHE 1 STOCKINGSMADE a1t J rPl e 53 S3 BII ICI IrTKENTUCKY riA15N- ow we are ready- Completely ready To show you the nobbiest line of new SPRINC IATft ever shown in this town Make your selection for Easter while the line is com- pleteANLERGSe K J8Sf t f11itCrnl 1Iona1 IInttailoring company o Ncw York and Chicago Atll of Them AllIpHE C INTERNATIONAL Ki c is AHEAD of all its com petitors not only as regards fit and style but quality and price as well To test the truth of this statement just go AHEAD and investigate for I A f yourself Our dealer will give you every facility and after youre convinced he can go right AHEAD and take your measure You go AHEAD and i call on him t HC AM BERG LOCAL AGENTJ i i Jooo f I E TIlE SIGNS OF THE TIMES 1 i INDICATE THAT SPRING IS COMING u The blossoming ot the flowers the budding of the R leaves thesinging of the birds the pattering of the raindrops and the refreshed face of nature i all skeaks of the coming of Spring The new goods that are arriving at our store now every day dont only speak of the coming of Spring but that we are better prepared to please the fancy of the most fastidious as well as the economical buyer We have the new est thing in the wonderful art of makingwo men beautiful and are glad to invite you to inspect our stock and give your opinion rGOING AFTER BARGAINS AT ft msEc5 i r I WI ti i H H i Duchess Trousers I I I Fram the hooprto the Manja WARRANTY f You buy a pair of Duchess Trousers and wear them 2 months for ever xysuspender button that cornea off we will pay you 10 cents if they rip att t t pA the waistband we will pay you iO ente if they rip in the seat or elsewhere we will pay you t 3lw FOB BALE BY Iat ai ai I IE crnAMBE3R1Q f r Jt l i j 4 4Co = = COUGH MEDICINES COIJUCIill Sq CHILL TONIU u DGI ALL KINDS AT Cowgill 8 Cowgill- DRUG STORE i HONEY TO LOAN It haYing become necessary for me to reside at Clinton I deaire the public in formed of the fact that I have established permanent office quarters in the Porter Building on the East side of Court Square in Clinton Ky from which point I will conduct business in my line with promptness Persons who desire to negotiate for the loan of Money at six per cent per annum will do well to come and see me If not convenient to call at the office wrIte me or telephone either No 27 or 34 at Clinton KyD JOHNSON Fin Cor y84t Union Central Life Ins Co PADUCAH NEW PAPER It is reported that there is to be a new newspaper in Paducah It will bo a daily have a modern equipment in every respect and will probably be issued before easter It w to be Democratic in politics and if reports are true some of Democratstwill be interested in is under stood Mr Urey Woodion is interested in the paper j Jacksongives eNeverthoughyou acentyour rightto be andlookstep bravelyto the front and the world will make tway for you No uponyourifyouconvictionqualities rev quisito for success Never t yourselfbyunderminding Working 24 Hoars a Day There littleworkersDrPiUsMillionsTorpidLiverandAgueHeadllchdrive weakenwork wondersTry them lie at Cowgill Cowgill THE LATEST STYLES Are shown in andMadisplay We giveFashion Sheets free WitaoRs BOOK STOUt 4 YMi ii f- i P Iir 5 3 ii ii iiIf m mummm mmYt1 1ft miffY it mi I I THE FINAL WIND UPyII i I t Of our great MILLEND amil CLEARING 1 lTvLE1 j r during the coming week prvMratory to 1pvn i up the i 1 New Spring Goods I J Our buyers are now in the markets and their instructions are to spare no pains to Jet the best the inirk t ifflIrls r In the meantime supply your wynit fur COUlb Linens r OUIrMillEnd Sale for the prices are much under value anti t r less than can be purchased at later narra emiuu Mill End Calico iSc MillEndsFre I 10cMillEndsJ2cMillEndsValukl t MillEd Sale Embroideries 2c np MillEnd Sale Laces Ic up- i Mill End Sale Braids Ie Wore 10 to Site MillEnds India Linou 40 in wide tOe I looMillEnd1 Towels Oashes Napkins I Table Lineni Table Felt v r c f Linings Silkst Dress Goods 104 Sheetings Counterpanes Lace Cure I tains etc IIBlankets r at ice cut prices Jackets Capes and Millinery at I GROCERIESr t We andBOTTLE Make The Prices I Guarantee SatisfactionJ GIVE PKOXPT ATTENTION TO mUlES TRY US I We quote XOT for one day only but us long as the goods i last and we have a good supply on hand J 15c for 2 lb Cans Corn Wo have been disappointed in getting these in sooner but they arc now here in plentiful sup jf PY 11 We solicit a share of your business II UIIUIIIUUIIIUIIIU1111111llNIN111lIIlUdd11ld1edElrtEd1ddl66i i l s Local and Personal A conductor on the I C Railroad nighlie0 when the train backed over him J T Stephens and Py C Ward killed between 190 and 200 ducks on Reelfoot Lake last Fanny They arc the champion shots up to date Scarcely a day passes in which from one to a half dozen cases of assault on white women byndcroes are not report constantIy tS5TW J Barry d Co at Buckners old stand will make you a Buggy to order repair or paint your old one Blacksmithing of all kinds AlLJwork guaranteed We buy old buggies DyersburgTennreceptiotowriting threatening letters to the Mayor there concerning the lynching of the Inegro who assaulted Miss Elsie Arnold when he visits Dyersburg to put his l threats into execution Burglars forced an entrance to the post office at Clinton about 2 oclock on tho of the 27th of last month They succeeded in blowing open the outer door of the safe but were frightened away by the baker i- an in adjoining building who had arisen early to start afire in his oven thatII The Carlisle County News says John W Elliott of Fulton Is at Bard r well under the tutelage of Marion Hays who is a holiness expounder Hays has fasted ten days in order to reach perfection Tho News says that Elliott asserts that he is fast reaching I perfection under Hays and expects toa enter a sinless state by the mortification of his flesh and the denial of earthly pleasures r i uWe are in the Buggy business and want your trade We guarantee everything we do We shoe horses etc W J BARRY Cp Buckners Old Stand The Bardwjall Star has chatted c hands again This time Thomas Love lace of Fulton takes the tripod suc ceeding Noah J Parsons The transfer took place Tuesday Mr Lovelace is a young man and has been dqing report orial work on tho Fulton Leader Mr 1 Mott Ayres is the new owner but will l Still Leader give his immediate attention to the Jji c J 5 j1 8 bars Clairettel Soap 25c I 5c for 1 lb Package Soda 16 Ibs Granulated Sugar SI- Kvevy 3 av laa I In I 385 Fancy Pa tout Flour 8325 Our Favorite Best Straight FlourI 45c for 25 1lbs Sack Flour FRESH SEED OF ALL KINDS L PfoW7V I morning GOTO MORRIS PHILLU S FOR jw i EI BED ROOM SUITS1 DINING TABLES Ti AMD CII11IRSv r lb Undertakers Goods a Specialty n PAIII i1IJ j JII P A Nrrhrl n V I A large shipment of Ready Mixed Paints Oils Turpentine Varnishes Stains Paint Brushes Whitewashi Brush es etc etc just received by T T 8WAYNE druggist rIfycju need anything in this line let himl makeyou prices before buying u IFulton will loose one of its best min isterial workers in the person of Rev W S Reney who has been called to the pastoral charge of thePirst Baptist church at Hickman He accepted the call end will shortly move his family there Rev Roney has for many iiouths been connected with the Baptist Flag writing the Field Notes department of that paper While we regret his loss WQ congratulate the church and people of our county seat Fulton Enterprise ResMeace for Sale s f Tie W E Bobo residence in East Hickman is for axle Apply to- HFRE UIT I Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegaao of Alex andria Ind and could hardly gi t any sleep I hud consumption so bid that coughfrlJhtfulJrtl l other medicines failed three SlOa bot erywhullscuredabsolutely guaranteed to euro Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and aU- Throat and L tag Troubles Price Oc CowgilS1 pcperWILSONS BOOK STORE f ss Ie r y ttfresh eedsljj r CLOVER TlMOTIIYandBLUE lHtLSSf I H fjI SEED OATSIIIIIf f I ONION SETS 1 SEED POTATOESj i + Burly Rose IEnrlY hio JI 2nd Crop Penn Triumph III t GARDEN SEEDS I of air Kinds 1 I LPftlLOII Local and Personal i nit l j nightruji insTructionsinow tockwould this season exceed- anythingj over brought to the Hiekmim I market Chess has the taste andcuto do I I saysIutCuruthcrsI tinny of the friends land relatives of the late Will P Bacon who was recently accidentally killed repudiltoI hisdWHS only attempting to board a train to rune accidentd theIlarcest stock of everbroughtcr thing they do discoveredinthe lower room occupied by the Schlen storyfur partment was soon on hand and quick ly extinguished the tiro not however thobuildinghousehold furniture All parties were well insured Kilbouru1Vie and constipation for a long time She preparationsbut TabItltat Cowgill it Cowgills drug store Hick LineKytaHave your Buggy repaired and painted by W J Barry t Co before Spring open and you will be ready to Tilt All work roust gm satisfaction THE STORM I I i Baptist Church Demolished Bear Endofi Baltzer 6V Dodds Dry Goods and Hoi I I combes Drug Store Blown Away Hickmau was visited by tho most trr rifle and destructive storm Saturday j night in its history It has been 21 j years since the town suffered tb any ifyore degree from a stormso long thatI the people had grown to believe that i j fromjtrack The real storm co m m o nee cl about 9 30 and continued in its intense fury and violence until something af I dtlllOlItelephone and electric light wires signs and such material as was not rivited to the firmest foundations anything and everything of insubstantial character that wii1 within the svceep of its track The Hi Ktnan HII s church a brick structure cost from 25UO to 83000 way blown down and is a complete wreni and ruin The bell organ and pow i are in such condition that they can be used again The Sunday School ban ner inside the church was the only thing felt standing seemingly defying wind and everything throughout the wreck The Baptist congregation have determined to rebuild at once and have already commenced cleaning away tht debris preparatory for thoir new building They need and will receive liberal help from the public in their present misfortuneThe end of tho upper story of Holcombos brick drug store was blown down as also was the north end of the upper story of Baltzor it Dodds brink dry goods store The top of the bell tower pf the Meth odist church was blown off and wo un derstand the bell so injured that it will not be tit for future use The damages will cost this congregation perhaps 20000 The roof of the Hickman Wagon 1ac tory warehouse which cost SoOOOO to a 60000 was blown off and also the roof to one of their dry houses In East Hickman a frame house oc cupied by a negro family nine in num ber was blown trom its foundation and strange to say not one of the inmates is the slightest Injured and one of the boys not even awakened- In West Hickmau the Handle Fac tory suffered considerable damage the slay mill shed and the smoke strict be inc blown down The Railroad Elevator roof was con damagedA roof of the n R freight depot was blown oiFand tho Lee Lines wharf houses damaged A small house belonging to M B Shaws Sous was lifted off its blocks and the house set down comparatively intact some feet away Throughout IIP town the chin ry 1 NN rN 1 N iN N IiQi I Great Dollar Sale Ia SHOES tit SHOES If SHOES tiZ SHOES I ICOIIMEOUIKGTODAY MARCII 8TH e r Ifens WOIllOnS Boys and Girls SnOBS i+ + at ONE DOLLAR a paIr eOdd Sizes not all sizes of ono kind but all sizes of some kinds ILADIES GOOD YEAH WELTS sa 00 e- ii 8MANNISH SHAPES 219 INOT ALL tIIiii THF SHOES 9IX TIlE STORE GO AlA DOLLAR A i PAIR BUT WE MAKE OUT PRICE feA ALL EXCEPT TIlE lUNG 4I 0 QUALITYII RICE NA LOB a t ISHOE STORE e S Jb to anumber toppedtrdown and I a number of out houses orItorribletorma min being recoived the slightest injurym person Considerable oppix TIlE cocrrrr Poplar Grove Baptist Church about 5 miles from Hickman the roof was creen edi to dan apprehendedmayhavesibieitTho Simmons school house was en tireiy dt srroved Izi weheari fencingiso widely scattered that it is dillicnlt to accountAtIIi hellvII thetlethodisti the water works and power plant ofj Clinton was almost totally wrecked and i ij losei in j Texas and grout destruction followed ini andMissouristorms will be found on another page of this paper partiallydestroyedNo persons injured INCIDENTS OF TUB STORM i j ofImerchantIespecially water as j there was nothing stronger in sight and ii heithrilling interest and at the point where the cold chills chase each other lup your back in the endeavor td get over yvmr shirt collar first when the Baptist church went crashing into the street our friend dodged and turntd pale his truce began to embrace each other lov ingly his hands flew up as though grasping at something in the air for safety At this juncture the north end i oi Baltzers store went down with u t crash this was too much for our friend I and tho last seen of him he was scurryi i fait np tho hill bailees his coat taili I flyiugrcxt muruing he smilingly explained safotYorhisthem that there way no danger That the Lord tempers the wind to tho shorn lamb An enthusiastic crap player explained to his helpmate next morning when she asked him for some change to buy meat Dat de storm whar he was at blowed 0 hard dat it blowed ebry Lent outeii his pocket A yonuster awakened by tho storm ran into the room occupied by his par cuts and nestling alongside of his moth er remarked Im skecred So am 1 was his mothers reply Where is papa r But was on his knees on DEANpCOUNCIL PROCEEDINGS HICKMAN Kv March 11 1001 Councill met pursuant to adjournment beingofnightPresent Councilmen Cowgilla meeting were read and on motion approved and wererpresented and m motion approved and checks orderecfissued for the amounts 1I pcthouseHall 3i Tout Dillon jr to street pay roll and serving notices 3490 r lire brick and freight 1500 credit entered on River Bank Bonds held by If E Case X250r Isaac Bow den to hauling of small pox pa tient 51 Geo Warren to printing notices 150 Report of the City Treasurer for Feb ruary 1001 GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT reportTo 14291 Helm 3 90- 1818G By checks paid in Feb 6G25 Bal to credit this account 11561 CITY lULL ACCOUNT To bal per Jan report 10501 To aunt recd of H C Helm 19US t 1243j By int paid on 2 bonds G mo 600 Bal to credit this account 1807 i r itndLi6IntUCollegel 4 YoC JOHNSON CT LightPlantTo bal in Treas Feb 1 G7191 To slut collected in Feb 240GO 30851 By amt paid out in Feb J50192 Bal in Treas March 1 65J TOM DILLON Jn Supt On motion the council directs all par ties who served at the lire on last Satur day and all that hereafter serve at fires within the city and have their clothes prescnttheirupon approval by them such claims will beallowedOn the Supt of the Cemetery was instructed to have tho cemetery fence replaced at once On motion Council adjourned- H O HELM Ci Cr I 4 MINISTRY OF TEARS I Dr Talmage Puts Misfortunes of Life in a Cheerful Light t SliCMT f Tlint If They Were Borne In iis tin tllight Spirit They Might 1rue to He Advautnilu byuijinthy o C Jciua I Copyright ISO by Louts IClopach N Yto1 A vast audience crowded the cad 1 emy of Music in this city today toII hear Dr Tuhnage Discoursing on The Ministry of Tears he put the misfortunes of life in a cheerful light showing that if they were borne in the right spirit they might prove J to be advantages His text was Hey vii 17 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyesati What a spectacle a few weeks ago when the nations were in tears Queen Victoria ascended from the highest throne on earth to a throne in Heaven The prayer more often offered than any prayer for the last 64 years hud been answered and God did save the queen All round the world the bells were tolling and the minute guns were booming at the obsequies of the most honored wom nn of many centuries As near four years ago the English and Americanr nations shook hands in congratula tion at the queens jubilee so inI those times two nations shook hands in mournful sympathy at the queens departure No people outside Great rritain so deeply felt that mighty grief as our people The cradles of many of our ancestors were rocked in Great Britain Those ancestors played in childhood on the banks orII the Tweed or the Thames or Shannon Tale from our veins the inrush blood or the Welsh blood or the Irish blood or the Scotch boixJ and the stream of our life would be a mere shallow They are over there bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh It is pur Vilber force our Coleridge our4De Quincey our Robert Burns our John Wesley our John Knox our Thomas Chal mers our Walter Scott our Bishop tharnock our Latimer our Kidley our Robert Emmett our Daniel Connell our IIan lock our Ruskin our Gladstone our good and great and glorious Victoria The language in which we offered the English nation our condolencc is the same language in which john Kunyan dreamed and Milton sang nd Shakespeare dramatized and 3 ti hnrd Baxter prayed and George Wliitefield thundered The prince of Vales now king paid reverential visit to Washingtons tomb at Mount Vernon and Longfellows statue adorns Westminster abbey and Abra t linm Lincoln in bronze looks down Ttipi Scotlands capital It was nat I ural that these two nations be illII iiirs But I am not going to of national1 tears but of individual tears and Bible tears j tiding across a western prairie wild flowers up to the hub of the I j carriage wheel and while a long distance j from any shelter there came i a sudden shower and while the rain I wa falling in torrents the sun was tihii ing as brightly at 1 ever saw J j it thine and 1 thought What a i beautiful spectacle is this So th I tear of the Bible are not midnight rite but rain on pansied prairie- in is sweet and golden sunlight v remember that bottle which Thabeled as containing tears an 3f tears and Pauls tears an Cl s tears and tbe harvest of joy I that it to spring from the sowing o- tear f God mixes them God rounds then sod shows them where to full God exhales them A census is taken of them and there is a record as to the moment when they were bog and as to the place of their grave Tears of hind men arc not kept Al exander in his sorrow had the hair clipped from his horses and mug and made a great ado about his grief but in all the vases of Heaven there is not one of Alexanders tears I speak of the tears of Gods children Alas me they are falling all the time In summer you sometimes bear the growling thunder and you see there is a storm miles away but you know from the drift of the clouds that it will not come anywhere near you + So though it be all1 bright around about you there is shower of trouble somewhere all the time Tears tears What is the use of them anyhow Why not substitute laughter Why not make this a world where all the people are well and eternal strangers to pains tint aches What is the use of an vast ern torm when we might have a per jcft norwester Why when a fam fly put together not have them all1 fttav or if they must be transplante to t ake other homes then have them alI live the family record telling a story of marriages and births but of no deaths Why not have the harvests chase each other without fatiguing toil Why the hard pillow the hard crust the hard struggle It is easy enough to explain a smile or a suenes- or a congratulation but come now andj bring all your dictionaries and all your philosophies and all your religions and help me explain a tear A chemist will1 tell you that it is made up of salt and lime and other component parts but he misses the chief ingredients the acid of a soured life the vipcrine sting of a bitter memory the fragments of n broken heart 1 will tell you what tear is It is agony in solution Hear then while I discourse of the ministry of tears or the practical use of sorrow First it iis the design of trouble t keep this world from being too at tractive Something must be done to make us willinjjSto quit this existent If it were not for trouble thus would be a good enough Hearen for us Von and 1 wouidb4vjlng to Jake a lease of this life for a hundred million years If there were no trouble The earthi 1 wFT ii cush need gall upholstered and pil hired ancclianieiieret nt such expense no story of oilier worics could enchant us We would qty Let well enough alone If you wanjt to die and have your body disintegratedi in the dust nd your soul go out on a celestial adventure then you can go but this world good enough for ale You nvght asw well go to a man bob1Sjllt t ntercd the louvre at Paris sari tell him to J i hasten off to the picture galleries IfIijIiI i Venice or Fiorcjce Why he ou I what Is he use of my Joing i there There are lUaibrann 4d llu i i benses and Titian here that I hate uoII looked at yetrt man wants to go j out of this world or out of any house until he has a hunter house I r To cure this wishi to stay here Go + 1 must someLow create a digutur our i i11 surrounding How shall He to i j He cannot afford to efface Ili Lorion i I or to tear off a fiery paned from the subtract anther from i I sunset or to an the water lily or to banish the pungent aroma from the miguonetie or so drag the robin of the morning in nnre Von iIe cannot expect a Christopher Wren to 1 mar his oti 51 Pauls rathetiral or a j Michael Angely 10 tlabout his onILast Judgment or a 1 Haiicc o du I I ii cord his brad in lgyptaodyoucan j t not expect Gar ttpot ihearehiteetnre i and music of His uwa world How i ji then are we 10 bir made willing to I I leave Here iis where trouble comes in I After a ma a Las hart a good deal trouWe he sat WiL 1 am reftly ofIII I go If there iis a fcott p M IIH IIITC i J whose roof hors not leak I uouc like j j 11 11somewherei i j I 11 lungs I would like to breathe it If j i there is a society somewhere where j I I there isi no tittle tattle 1 would like to live there If there iis a home circle somewhere I I where 1 can find ny lost friends I would like to go there He u3ed to read the first part of the Bible chiefly DOW he reads the last part of the Bible chiefly Why has he changed Genesis for Revelation Ah he used to beaux ious chiefly to know how tills world was made and oil about its geological eon struction Now he is chiefly anxious to know how the next world was madeII and how it looks and who live there and how they dress lIe reads Uevelation ten times now where he reads Genesis once The old story In the beginning I God created the Leavens and theI earth does not thrill him half as much as the other Iiton1 saw a new Heaven and a new earth The old mans hand trembles as he turns over this apoc nJyptical leaf and he has to take out his handkerchief to wipe h spectacles That book of Revelation is a pros pec ttlo now of the countryt into which he is soon to immigrate the country in which he has loU already laid out andI aveSues opened and mansions built It is trouble my friends that makes us feel our dependence upon God We do not know our on weakne sor Gods strength tintiljhe last plankI irfik Jt- lIS contemptible in us that only when- here iis nothing else to take bed of we earth holt of God Why co ynu know who the Lord iis He is not an autocrat seated far up hi a race fnin which He emerges our a year jircculer by j j i heralds svtimrin sworfT to riear the j iway No He is a father wiling ii i J our call io sine by us i ii r r t crii I1f1 preicairii oriiic I Ira sou w hat i some of yon liiit met make im j i i iliiiik of A iti is tlllftlrtI iti hIj seii c i tl j bortjI borst row After atCe he putt mortjrajrr on his house Afier awhile he puts a fhetdI thendhe aigns all lairi projuTiy Then IItIj f01hlpii j i i completely failed he gets own on hiI knees mid says Oh lorc 1 have tried everybody and everytlnng now troubletHe makes God the last resort instead ofthe first resort Again it is the use of trouble to capacitate us for the ollice of sym pathyd The priests under the dispensation were set apart by oldII ing water sprinkler upon their hands feet and head and by the sprinkling of tears people are now set apart to the oillce of sympathy When we arc in prosperity we like to have a great many young people around us and we laugh when they laugh and we romp when they romp and w sing when they sing but when tc 1hac trouble we like plenty of old folks around VlmyII They know how to tall Take an aged mother 73 years of age and she is almost omnipotent in comfort Why She ha been through it all At seven in the morning she goes over to com fort a young mother who has just lost her babe Grandmother knows all about that trouble Fifty years ago she felt it At 12 oclock of tha t day she goes over to comfort a wid owed soul She knows all about that She has been walking in that lad valley JO years At tour oclock iin the afternoon some one knocks a the door wanting bread She knows all about that Two or three times in her life she come to her last loaf cAt ten oclock at night she goes overl I to sit up with some one severely jieki She knows all about it She knows all about fevers und pleurisies andI broken bones She has been doctoring all her life spreading plasters and pouring out bitter drops and1 shaking up hot pillows and contriv ing things to tempt a poor appetite Drs Abcfnethy and lush and IIosac- a and Ifarveywere great doctors bu the greatest doctor the world ever saw is an old Christian woman Dca me Do we not remember her abou- n the room when we were sick in our boyhood Was there anyone who could ever so touch a sore without hurting it And when she lifted her spectacles against her wrinkled forehead so she could look closer at the woundpn i tea three= fcntrth5 + healed And when the Ford took her home although you may have been uiea t QS1 v- k M- ti 0 J and women 20 40 0 years ofage you layon the cot lid and sobbed as though you were oiiy thQr ten years of age Where did Paul get the in Vvith eplatlrs JktopltfltitrWhere gotithas hoot through the cjEBrictt lam and has taken a course ttdan qualij mpatbyII1 him Hus shortest verse in the ftible tel the theIj backof his either hand the lopisears jilonsr the line of the hair will keep all Heaven thinking Oh that Great WeejMT is jut thoe to Q wilnaaiIall stains of earthly grief Lytle Why Ills step iis goiter than the step of the dew It will not be a tyrant bidding you hush your pryingi It will lie a Father who will takfvait Ilk left arm His fare benmiug tiJKIshall wipe away all tears front your eyes 11iltircnI O1lI ipithy you the chiUlren get hurt sod their mother i iIIr home they po right past you and to her and you are of no ac upiofIIrJrIThese did very well once but nov the soul shall rush past crying Where is Jesus 1 Where is Jesus Have you any appreciation of the good and glorious times your friends are having in Heaven How different it is when they get news there of a Christians lentil from what it is here It iin the difference between embarkation and corning into port Everything depends upon which side of the river you stand when you hear ofu Christian death If you stand on this side of the river you mourn that they go If you stand on time other side of the river you rejoice that they come Oh the ditreren between a funeral on earth and a jubilee in Heaven between requiem here and triumph there parting here and union there Together Have you ever thought olt They ar8 depnrtc11frilotli1 another but together in differentji t rooms of the Hame house the hone of many inanitions Together Take this good cheer bomif with you These tears of 1tfej 4n that course your cheek nhdofjperW C cut ion and of trial are not riLhvajfc to be there The motherly land m God wilt wipe them nil away What is the use on the way to sach a pun summation what i the use of ref ting about anything Ob what an exhilaration it might to be in Chris Loan work See you the pinnacle a rainst the ky 1 It is the city of our 1awll wr are afqrnarhing it Oh let M 1 be Ifi y in tiie days that re main for u The Saxons aw the Britons Went out to bntrleI I h iSie Saxons were nlltj uSIill11htimes Halleluiah and at the tfcirfl shunt of Halleluiah their on ini iS fled wiiiic struck and so the lirftons ioflt the ictory tad my friends r if we could only appreciate tlitf Jflo riles that are to tome we would Itc so filled with enthusiasm that no power on earth or hell could stand1 before us and at our first shout the opposing forces would lietrin to frrtn ble and at our second shout they would begin to fall hark and at our third shout they would be routed for ever Timer is no power on ear h or in hell that could stand before jtresuch volleys of halleluiah jj2 I put this balsam on the vQitull of your heart Rejoice nt the thougltt of what your departed Irtendshar got rid of amid that you leave a pnta pert of so soon making your own escape Rear cheerfully the minis thougheJlt t soon lJ1 Do you not this moment catch a glimpse of the towers Do you not hear a note of the eternal harmony Some of you orgy remember the old l v Netk my country home a verdant lad and heard in that Crystal palace the first great music I had ever heard Julien gave a con reel there and there were 000v ice and r000 players upon instruments and I was mightily impressed with thke harmonywith of his hand onte and emphasizingwith other To me it was overwhelming nut all that was tame compared with the scene and the sound when the ran soured shall rotor from the cast and the west and the north and the south GodImyriads c myriads galleries above galleries and vhrist will rise and all Heaven will rise with Him 1old with His wounded hand and wounded foot He will conduct that Like the mankmihhtIe Lamb i was slain to receive riches and honor withouttendNot n Prlvrlcii IlcHc 1 married you for your money she vried bitterly k r i Then by a visible effort controlling 1 Leroit ahc + ent on Jh rs It- i os tAifd that i 1 Iiylou ooh hhc p cents to me now Laltiuiore Ameri can fTWO QUEENS ALIKE i FollowstVilllelminas That of Queen Victoria j cloth Harried German Princes 1 hrre nar titer AMITIM in the I Throne stud llnlli Herr Genutur Lot e Mulches q A dispatch to the New York Trill I une from The lla tie comment ir atilt coincidence of the rill of the careers of the late ipicen of Iliy and and of Quern 1iLrlntiua ofl 111 theran ls says lie Victoria Vilheltnina after Ksct milethehthrone has vaitcd tlinu rarx and hits married It iccinnu print e lli lets allsii ilI fail this i also a yrn uine lou nathand tin t dilinI i carne within three dits oi the stvt first anniversary ol the mimia o of Victoria in time chapel rr nl at St Tames Tlnn lir hero Ui same- Iegtlative1 Iolltlft i + s ovir tin rltII uraliatiou status amid aiiiuiitics to the 1rince consort here which arose at Yestminster in the time of Mel bourne and tY llingtoi jnul donbt lpa there will he similar harihnrn inga and anumanees over points of precedence and eti jnette- Ihike Hiiulrik of MeiMcTiniirI Schwerin is a Herman prime Idthe riic ns Dutch subjects are in tensely jealous of their iideMiirlccce and in dryad of till absorption t tlnr dykes and canals by iermany Ihey hnvc shown evidences of siispieton and and have not liked hisI 111tjDutchI I tUIahh1imlrfIPfIi enthusiastic sportsman He has also been compelled to put up with leii lnle interference in his aflairs sine- his betrothal and hait been subject ed to ninth annoyance Since thp marriage JKIIIR were pro aimrd tad the marriage now consummateil there has been a better feeling toward the bridegroom SHERMANS WAR RELICS Vnltmlile ColleeHon 4if the Knitiixi General tee Jlven In llieT- V ii I liintil 11 listen in After many years of waiting tltc Hal of ourit AlI History of the Nationai Museum has jut come into po s i ijii of the W T Sh rnvm war colltct1 oi1 Nrarly all of the other gnrlts of th civil war were represent d in mine and scaretly a day rUt arri that tonri aII did not ask for some ineiiieno of till great general After the death rf the brother John Sherman and the ultimate scattered ajmidiikMt of his effects Miss Ljyie and pTrr Sherman of New York son and daughter of the grneral einuiiniid f dire the valuable relies into tthe ke l lug the Naionnl innsfnin Startir with Shermans dipuira from 1Sr- Point 1iii tIt riiitmissiMs as stn + dtl i tentlft and all the way to llat of fIII firlDra1 major general Ise iiir i frtl secret a I y of war Jirr r of I the Sir hsoiin IIIi i I 1snitl lii Oie to flow his full cinii iis d i i regularity I Vgan the story of Shprnars 1ii revs j is told in his ltimttt rigII j bring IIilIat at aiJ HSIJ tl M T form of tlir thirdrti ery1m1 I States ariiiv Aniorig tlsot i iuLc the p r ral carried a ii hattie oi t Shiloh and It nitne oriiuctital one I I haw j n turrIT1 FitiOiNi frith dn monrs The nlIh that mrved Inrii on his fan ons march to the tea awaken 5 year interest In fat the oolletion j5s ihe most eomj Iee of that rof any otVeer of the rfvil gar lien Taut not exeepted 3LYKU15T I1tIrr Cincinnati larch 9 tfTLEbmmon 2 T- Mxtra n foll hntrhers 10 u 4 + 1115Extra n r o 110iS Select shipprs 7ti u Mii packers 60 In n sSIIEEExtra 41 10 I oJ LAMlt= Ext ra eLGt1tSprirl hilt S SO u 1 i WHEAT No red Ct I COIJX No V mixed u J1 OATS No J tnied ftl HYEXo2 u 5i 1111t hoict tiuuti yrH JOIIK Family k t 110 3A1M Steam I I IJUITKIJ Ch dairyu 14 Choice creamery Ii 21 AllLiS Ch to fancy 3 r0 u t n OTTOEIcI brl 1 40 u 1 5t TOlACCO Xev 7 G GO i 05J Old St d1 oo C1icagn FLOli Win patent 3 GO fi 3 SO WHKATNol red 7tCf 7rt3- Xo 3 red OR ff 71- COKX I No N j5i sols OATS Xu i 2hdt 2 i A- J1YI 51sTr 5- rIKMcss U 75 ut SO LAUDl Steam 7 j Yr 7 o- 5ev York 1LOUU Win patent 3 05 n 1 00 AVHKAT Xo 2 ml dt S0 1CUPo 2 mixed Q SI OATS Xo 2 mixed i 3iyi- KYK L 61 1OIIK Kamily JJ 50 LAUD btcam it 7 m- Hitltlttiorc W1IKAT Xo rod 77 fL ify Southern 72 it 7s- VCI5X Xo 2 mixed Mylfc 44t OATS Xo 2 mixed 30- CATTLK Pntehers 4 75 w 5 00 HOGS Western G 10 eta G 15 Iotilnville FLOUR Win patent 1j v 4 70 WHEAT Xo 2 red Q i 7 7- COIJX Mixed new 43IV OATSMixedI 6tl SS- iIOUK i MossI cir1 IATIDStClI11 g 7 7 IiullnnniHiliH- WJIKAT No 2 rceL 75iG- OUXV No 2 nu c llr 39 OATS IN o 2 mixed 2G n L2 = y a JZT= I Hospitals in our great cities are sad uu Places to visit i Threefourths of the patients lying on those siiowT7hiie H beds are women and girls jj Why should this be the case 3 Because they have neglected themselves 5 Every one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in that bearingdown feeling pain at the left or right of the womb nervous exhaustion pain in the small of i the back All of these things are indications of an unhealthy condition of tho ovaries or womb lyingthereDo not drag along at home or in your place of employ ment until you are obliged to go to thehospital and submit to an examination and possible operation Build up the female system cum the derangements which have signified themselves by danger signals and remember that Lydia E Pinkliains Vegetable Couipoiuitl has saved thousands of women from the hospital Read the letter hero published S Q iltheil Mrs Knapp tells of her Great n i t Ihpn rP ed Gratitudeii Vr tJJ1fl and tuativ YJ Alter 1 I i I PILLS roO sit in which loft me with rr2Ti dated in 1J1 uicastrup tion from The doctors told me 11 the ovaries could hveto be removed I took operationbutbothbodyi rou with each eq r5njr month After using 11 b tie of the O tnponnd1 I am entirelv r 1 1e trouble it tar in1 i cortinvM ti Uc VT rml ics v I cr l Tjc lt n m MtV been Pc 1 its i ii prfo+ slhJLi i know T tart ea tirr TO Lydia K Piclifcaais Vcae nci tai IIXi I lmp lucbs iMiis F 31 KSAJT ij i Kinnie 1IIkJnc ATeruc MiIvvukce ii 1r+ owa u z u avatw3 S3Oun q iLL JQ C H Owinj ito tact hs aonie ikeMicat I h i psop It have fiwa time it tirae Condoned I Staa t rTrthegenuonesftet i Jr1 teters we art Cfinitartly publishii ae have tt1W1 te Xial Ci rr f lra 31ass 6ooo r t i t i n prron v sr tlut ti bocwes HK gatis nir prnai r wr vz i p iliirhr j before ohtainirg the writers pal nniiJcn LvDiA E PINCHAM Msatcwc Co = W a =Iz = rw t j IJ We 1 It C GJ ESTE tc-w iI i 8- s jaar V FA 1 TORHOAjEDSHOTGU SHElLst 1 11e lJ wR5Y2i11S iSG LeadeSI3ndlfelepeatef1D Y9- Insst upon llaria them take rn e and you wi bet the b tseitt ey un bur ALt DEALERS KEEP THEM W 1iBfJtJI Cures Hacking Coughs Soro Lungs Grippe Pneumonia and Bronchitis in a fen days Why then risk Consumption Gct Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Dont bo imposed upon Refuse tho dciilers substitute It is not as good as Dr Bulls Salvation CH cures Rheataatisa anJ all Pain Price t S act 25 cents ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills T Must Sear Signature ofII 7 i Seo FacSItnlle Wrapper Below t To mill cad as r aqII to take as ansZr BARTERS nrrVT fOr HEADACHE FOR DiZZlKESS I FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTiPATIOX FOR SALLOW SKIR FOR THE COMPLEXION lptI2clNIaOegetaDia i+ eG ILJ s CURE SICK HEADACHE vYET WEATHER WISDOM THE ORIGINAL i ftRr o PIS SLICKERBLACK OP + L WILL KEEP YOUriy NOTHING ELSE WILL- TAKEHO3llii3TITUTE3 i tf lz CATALOGUES FREE iII- II HAT3Aj Ifi3 or 4Years aalndspendenccls Assured If you akonp roar home tbtbnilitrated pamphtcts Rtvlnt r o-rtcnlthtD1Y ofdj egates etc and tul- i Grallttsyi 1on as to rwlupct rates can bo hae tbrSapcrtntendentInterior Ottawa Canada or address tbo Under blsned who wilt man yon aliases pamphlets etc Immlgr1tODOt13waMirrlll Blocv IVstrolUMtch ET UOLilKa lioorr 6 Bsj Four Bide IndUnapolU Ind PICTURES KXiaiKOT onlrSlno AddreR CLAUKS STITJIQ Boiirar Ohio I PUSp S r tfllift Best Coush Sjrnp TasicaGood IIee In time sold 07 drnRrfsts I CONSUMPTION Ftf 1 r11 1 J I f to It FFATAL EXPlOSIONQ An Old SecondHand Holler tsrdr in a Chi airo Laundry Ir talilishineut Lots tit t liuHT PERSONS I TANTLY KILLED eiityNinc People 1 ere More or Lss Injured and Several Are Jjelievcd to KcI in the lns Inxli Helveeii Ihc pUC i mill lire Ie nrtiiieiilH as to it 1iri SSionlll Stares lor Imo- d1roprletllr S lrlsltI ago Jii rch V Py I fa InuiM in ti fttretui lam 45S Vrs t1li0u sreet i ins were iify IjlltJt iiijnretl1Iltli srvcral aieI iriss i Llallrr illr eplI soii lis Tiol MI dcteritiined with ienrsicy as Sail ili will pntbutiy leipiire all I i itl inlrriti i in to sciil I I he er It i15 llov n llmt tier hoar olda coidliiid aiVii and is no nit I n tlie otiof the n r inspeitor friiy nIirtinni g l leei rjude olthiti i li ias Pendinu the nJi1 of till ors jut V Dorciiis the nrietor ol tin iiiry is held in dyl by tine police It iis tin ni n of the authorities o insti criminal procee iig aiainst should tilt fa ts brongiit out i inqiuwt varrant such action The iiniliei olI Kinplovv ports of the nnmlfr 01 Lead In f ruins run all theI way fn Mi six il It is known tjiat 36 eui loyei te lainidr had entered the place re the explosion tel ilriY dI t4 t e the antOtnaiie tinieUoeper toun l i 1le ruins showed I ihit UIII finer of f tere arrivals Twu or three 0 M entering i the moment of the vosion llulldall1 i appr imale tar of 40 employes in and abound building Tiie list of injurd in Iles howeer seven a1 persons re 4 Ilg in the idjciiolg iJi iSiings s1 most conserxafix esiir1 5iY police eonecdcs that as liast r persons adJI atilt ie till i tte ruins yrt the search lur led ti rIll mills cni ie to a sihiden end 1 in the after Ir and lit work 1teas entirel ahIIJI1 firemen mill Iollee JM lull l j rf alf Of1uI Its7tielf tlc ili lots 1 disMe HIVI I IIlie rn and puiee 111i to tthtI a re i ijn iirrrutrt ot anv s which ilil i r oii aiid lit S J h the It i ris lbe ftremcn said IIq V had performed their whole dulv ratliFrInit tiseir IIM ihry r c from the scene TI tpolice d it was rut their wit t ijli hldhs ldi oisniyelse OIM 1 to do Ihr work Tin I InjiolI b b nuidn 1 h AtitattI rf Po j1 II I lehu tllshi nhofia i the It ity t occ Iru atd- seanifO1 I hat ir pr 1 oj lie i iei11 ti detitrt Ili ii the police unlllin1 i re- e r tirn iii 1fillsed to r l II2irrh for ii iic 1Vit I Iij I itutaiIIlsI I ltsr i d i 111 rtI It pt r 1 that tls irjal no been s IandI iVlnp Lie 1 fVHaraI IdI that the g ueiitl un icrsaujn v trt thfvc wrjTi rLor j04 s il- ltlrlJ11O ittiiic DOITII Jt VilI hij1 ttt firetMiit and police t rc Iiiiivr jil cjiaiiiing tiici rc tive vifics jn tic matter h rift idig departmtnt stepp J in iit Miig Inspfetor l l1nIa scrt a d ITV to the scene of the tall1lrn 71 and a nOfia1 sent to licksmr seer agesiis for the pr priv tl inalltliutlI bejrin thllk nf- l Uitr down the wally und Hirings+ vay rfae debris Ik n ISrrtrhcrs wcr given twy hours to comply vith tu 0their failure to do NO to re sult in the budding prfcrmillI iirm soon had a number of tvrerkcro puUiJgIown1 This IJWCsiCltwI it but the work my he continued1 Ttsday TeMtiliioiiliil Uiiellt New York March 1TIIt proposed testimonial benefit to MineI Janatis chef by the women of the American talc wns further advanced Monday by the formation of a committee of nrrangcjiients consisting of Miss Amelia Bingham Miss Viola Men and MSss 1lanche Hates with Miss ling ham as chairman The Stiimitcilc tit DaivMim Vancouver IS C March 131 special dispatch from Dawson dated larch 3 says that the stampede con sequent upon the throwing open of the government claims on February 25 vat the greatest since the palmy flays of 139S The order made availa ble hundreds of lapsed claims unsold oins firicjtions etc t sinrd AVllli the Huston Hasten March Iti Charles Xiehols HT pUober signed a Boston league c nt rut Monday This is Nichols ih contract Avith the trans his brcvthei pitchers signed are Lawson ad riuinger Tars 1 iIJttirK liiKc tj1nsr tlroYf r tt March 1hrvJ i al Kellogg known in thy world 0r DOOI as a writer for boys is dy ii at his hoiuc here L jrI t t S F1FTSTllCOillESiiI 11 Second Sciatoti 6j TYiMtctnu Mirci is1IteSnai I tier Sion spoke for 13 ut hours nil tilt riverI 511- 1ltrMr lii Srniiy riiit unit Monday thEli inn it li lra41t t hf va n CVMI Pi tile Mssion of tin ti ify s 1 I y Jtufivvfi Jo tsjicd ihe iI4 naltof thi tifysere h convtreffc To huller It hasI a simple nm Ito u ifulaid lprraitCIcttr nitiiiy 1lu1 new xcnainrs Isere sworn ill groups of four At the conclusion of ihi proceeding the senate at tended the inauguration of tin presi dnt At I 1ii tin Mnaie returned to its chambers null adjourned imme 1TuesdayiloueThe closed 1ra ses shot at 111 Monday amid a dem onstration front its members follow in the delivery of an iutprssive vale ditioM or Speaker Henderson Short1 Ij i iiciorc the closing hour MrI Uich anjnj riinn the minority leader presented resolution testifying I the uiuh regard of tin Iniusc or I able Hiifiartial and tlinitird manmi in which Speaker Ufiidrroti hail admin ijtind the dutiIii prcsiilirigi liver I uutiiijr iron the minority there was added significance in the triiiut The resolution W TC unanimously adopt edI by a rising vote Then IisjIki tietn inking tilt ji cinlcrs for IIic i operation through a buy antil ctcnt fiil congress He concluded at I 114I j anti announced tin scsio I tin boost for the tiisilll iMjijrrsb= adjourned Washington March 0 Ilvsilni McKinley Tuesday sent to tin senate the nominations fur Ills eats iit It remain unchanged All cure con firmed THE SENATE itrafiriliitnry Session A iljoii 1111 atnr liy Miintor Milcliell d Mvorn In Io adajourtuntiit of tlu ovtraoniiuary StI4 inn of the senate nould hale heen- taken Friday had the new senator from Oregon f1 r Iit chellu Area cut to t Ieth oath of the He could not reach 1Caehington until Sat llrrlatv however and adjoitrmmnt was pntpnllltillIltill that time Mr Hoar Mass i olVered a resohi tion providing for the appointment ofa eominittcr ff senators to call iifion the preident and int rit him drat the striate us ready t It idjunrii viiliont day MrI Morgan I llai ail jeeted tf ol lrrit iiii satirei that Snnfor I ih11I Off v iiid i ie in Yv hill ton Ktiirdav and ijf v due kiln that the Mnate rrjunin in iUi untili 1 hiarritdi n Itiisine of hufior y tranIoII ill n jdl1 CHICAGO WIND SWEPT The DniitnKt to lroj erfy AV1I1 Font lit iStToOUO Teesriiilt und I ei cnhHic 1oleM UOTII v iiicago Mrr hiIIOm of sac orsp wind irmi of the tns rcrk Chiciigo eiyI Siftidav ail dur ing the two Ifns that it v iH at it i Itrlt iima red ropirty lirhtitthe city 1o til extiiiIT of1 C trV 0n Mi I haxy piti j indvI viiibiivi n i ii 11111i and rlt- rinir vire the wl t inVer i I it trill I be surf tine i itorer im ibe Tf oivd I flti nf l ulnve Moon item astl I i iiVI practically dated trtin t it ntai- tnd iiorthvvest in tciphone amt tele- frnipli Sunday niifiit ami dl day altII p1f1n1ftIwas of little tame Ip to a lac totr 1 Sunday nitrht neither Malwaukec nor MinntMiKli could be reachcdMiy tom I dirinet phony The toria lis n lit tl1 to Iran beeu iost se en in 011 li ern ViseoiiKin ltuflga short stretch 1 of ie Iilwallkmil in Southern iscoiisin i IIHi telegraph poles are downI4l IqlOr from titan paints in Indi ana ami KeitiWky also indic te heavy ilnmaire from the storm The West ern l II inn and POKWI Telegraph Con suffered severelyI by fallen poles It was estimated thnt there were no fewer than 5000 poles in the city thrown down by the fury of the wind and storm Service almost a+ far west aV Omaha wns stopped until 1UJrlK Sunday evening t b Trains entering Chicago were dc hayed from trim minutes to an hourI The Jiurlington ililwaulnio anti sttlI Jaul COSt were the worst sufferers inI this rcsect All the r MidJ vnTored switcha 1 yards At the life saving station at the j mouth of the Chicago river it was 1 considered the worst gnle which has struck Chicago harbor tiinci 1S04 ThtII water lashed into furyrune up to the life sating station and flooded J the floor for the first time in 12 years Most of the shipping was protected i in winter quarters so that the dam age done to it was slight CnllcKV Hmiuijseil It l lre Town City la March llFirl Sunday morning destroyed the College of j Medicine and Literary buildings ItII the University of Iowa The Jos isI not leas thans2 0o0 v VI11 Act nwOaie of the Seronilv i Brussels March nIa lleforuii says it learns that the object of tlv forthcoming visit of the duke of Orleans I to Drussels is to net as one of I the seconds of M Andre BuiLd InII the expected duel with M Paul De J Koulede Velcivil tin liJlI Helena Mont March tlThe gov error has ctocd the change of venue hill This is considered a blow at the Amalgamated Copper Co which was behind the bill in the legislature itIis saul am IEIGlfcrEOPLEtII- A KILIED Destructive Cyclone Visits the State of Texas 11tG 1lad a i trt oulianied br- 1fFuny Knlu Vhteli VVitli nu- I Ud Dntnnsf In NrtrtUv e ra Part of tiir State W11flollli I iitii front nurheas Tei The caa ualties tlrrt sial1IIr IrII the iiOiount IIri irriuiiy xisited but there are eight dead and tin beiiexed to IM dvingl at Wills Point xxhere the property loss will reach SlINt1O0 Five persons acre badly hurt at New Itoston roar fatally A number of small i tt rt Wie kd The property 1 b trill reach soni At Plossom no IljI vas seriously iiijured but the liiniiv tft residejiees was FLat At md1 near meet Iainea county tile nan was killed and several perstiiis Pr hurt txi Miiouy The damageI to propcrry xvas heavy The tsitu1ttis accompaniedI by heavy ruin which xvitn hail md consider able damage in the rural districts The storm ta first reported from Ivalde on the Mee f s I a church wns WIt I hl en Iutidr r r report small day it until rill last nutod that the torn e last of Wills 1 I fI doited ccih evictt s fury and by II wreekajjt its co r d to the Arkansir At TexarUar to door on oiler III III + xvestenintost tr j tc Collin county r It 6f nllIill r IIi ry Ktronif hurt i + I Pie strength of 10 i JI t d it was follows t r A one plat t- WitS made 13i i Is t a u HUs At IerrrtlI cC treniPlt1 lieavir v da mare was I c was injured tl mnnteation ha I s out the titan ILittle Rock x L 1 u rain wind and I i pa ti it d by light At Van lBUII v I residenee f la IJis wife isneoj 1- 1knjk dtlonn IIIIo 1 I 11fI iiir ni ts IroTii r a c done strut P I J ery thing in its 1 j I Turner was kit j Paroull Ar day nighti lithl 0 sons in this i i wr ini ht ni h jj- At I Ii ek Hill a Ki IIIJII hy- ellaI tvCrt kilhi d At mInt o h f 1tguitl a vililiiowil yn uiJtll1et JuLJii II115 hrn1t habits I ar pllr tt it1fIl i I slIIa1 hi illgs lanFUTt j Cityj Ark I I persnns were tilled i I Iin i tills ieinity by vtt of this colored andI ehild 1100 t Ie Mist 1 iietii 1 tne same iiii 7hboriood I i ho nd mils of IfoiiiH and many I s were leveled tto the ground In lohnson townshij ten mites non Invest the cyclone literally lifted the house of 1 A Wooly ifrom itpt foundation and shattered it to fragments killing Wooly and se riously ivjnrinj his wife mid his stepson t lull Allen Outbuildings and miles of fences were mashed to pieces THE BUBONIC PLAGUE The Ollleinl Iteporl Smv n Tulal of XX Dentlts mill I12 Cuxt at riric rsvu Cape Town March 11uniirialreport refpirdiiiJT the bubonic plutnm in Cape Town shire the outbreak shows a total of II deaths and toJ eases The Malays gathered Sunday to oppose the removal of a Malay who had beet attacked by the disease and of several persons who had come in Ion tact with tho victim The police were overpowered and the persons who had come into contact with the Malay made their escape In the event of a repetition of this experience it will he necessary to employ an armed force so that trouble is anticipated Canada Will tot Montreal Qne March 11lie Dominion government will act in tho ease of the lynching of John Knot in Mississippi Letters just recessed imlicatc that it was without warrant Eleven alleged lynehers have been ar rested Hints In llndrll Madrid March llDuringo a riot against the Octroi tax Sunday even ing the mob stoned the municipal em ployes engaged iin collecting the tax anti set fire to ten sentry boxes Four persons were injured one of them seriously Irlvjil hunk Mobbed Artronia Kan March nThe pri irate bank of J IL Snrinjfer VTS rob bed lid Saturday night of 2000 in Lash and 34000 in registered govern ment 3 tier cent bonds The safe j was blown open with uitroglycerino w LEST WE FORGET t03n1141I11 sad Splendor of a IraJtl bean Pre ti rf Iniluc 0 tlcn late Ofilee-yT I 1 tbninaigusdlrlt hurt Of Honor uhih rt relelI nv tateJenltl dIC j IIluxth 11115 ven 1itaHcifi frotif1 trt ibrtvliile koilsc Ithe r aatl uayItar I11i t 1 tll pre it Itt- reriett1pg the itu1reaaitt1a nt orraiiitrj in hiIaII TIllI 1jl11 tlr Tiption if iht nuirc h paisi theehief tXtlutjuf the nation reads like the pltli1porupti the bite Quern and Eruprc Vletoriub dteinohd I1lat1TbfI I r j sec ood iOU rlillll al presMntI of tinl Dit1l HtMtfs iis estimated at Si 230008 flKrecrf theanttrlun1 vlJljtyinJ lilt rld punier oii meriiaa of thefarlhnngrpuhlitdratempire 1115 i Usitie suhjtialin and fitrciblc rCHeJnn nt of wnlp ple lorIf t an histirx rrpriitist tt eetv 1tllift TIt iil jclIIIo ill rf i n 111Hlpe ii i tbeinjri gore 1 1iii sugartr1 soII The frrra t r jr ruler I I IIIIl in such 1 adItlliit hind irIl to nt r in noun Iill II stPrtueulttfi1 cl an I to red peo pts ill het t i in review nt 1nu IJJ March t- UnMI t r 11 iin tilt- PIrlet 1 f our rep IlirI I burt under a fan f l I lie prinei p4 tint p 11arliJaudpIII J LeI Hiblie NOTHING IMPRESSIVE IIi Irelilent liunisnriil Atlil- on taliifil i thliis nf lueli- elrlilC J1II f t prr i 1 ill Tlie eye f curiosity II rrt f one x ho- ti I the dies t LtIlII ail ni ItlaudII J Mr1 MI Kiu a four years1 tutIi r a second1 ly impress s that four nionstrateI 1 little in his ivne xie iir plait I o free t rad I 1 Kliley aisit 1101 all th I 1itrtrrllitd1a II enalasI ji1htwith u t the i that he xxould jItA 1 r ScrliMiN Kill litlleuloo4 Thtgre iin a delicious intrennonsnc M about the pr idents inauirural Ind drew uJiich compels one to brlitt- that e Sir McKinley WIIS serious when he wrote it Certainly no man witli II keen reuse of the riilienhuu couldt hnl written iti As for the Philippines tin president is is optimistich and SB benevolent as a rural evan jfeH tl AVe lire not waging war UKninsiirUte inhabitants of the Philip pixies A portion of them are watfnyr wnr ajjiviiwt the Lnitcd States To be sure The mini will muddy the waters of our stream and when he pcriaiHl in doing it we must benev olently assimilate him If people would only submit to us there would1 be no trouble Then never wouldl have been any trouble in the world i people had had the grace and intelli genet to be submissive If it had not len for evildisposed persons the United States mirht be a British col lxllnpltinshul ence in trying to givei away the inter estis of the United States might bei sitting in the house of lords with the marquis of Salisbury or in the com mons with Mr Chamberlain Detroit Free Press After our Cuban perjury it r H1 hf hard to maintain any longer the fc imperialism has anything to do with morals or religion We shall bav tt go over frankly to the Rismarekinn view that principles are as mug out of place in politics as would bei a pole held crossed in the mouth of 1 than trying to runt rapidly along a narrow path in the woods Good faith soul honor must he discarded iif we are to get onV Post The republicani lpapers seem toI get a great deal of satisfaction out of remarking from time to time that the democratic party has been deadl for 30 years at least but the ghastly night marea it gives them at every election time make one wonder what might happen if it should actually get alive againSt Paul Globe The administrations rcare ever the enormous appropriations ponies at about the same time as MIC spendingjs beforci CommonerJ f r J JJ rtr f ooIP + + fprjtris P Pi A4w it r v V W Wb oeV e V V w W vW C fJ1t l to t2 ENDStwSrlftr 2 to at 4 JV iiaia = A CLOUD BURST j anti Property lu Ow n laro J y- Ilud 1ropFrf in Unborn tty thc iioiul ol XVnJcri I hIISIIII I 11t1 I I clomibiirxt hire Sitniv niil iTealI damage Tin exver Nii Iillvl an l Ithiri i i t lurt ard niiTelit ijf ier pii rraIllinl 111 plIill and tiie teit were tern up fur a distance of i It in iiiiii eter and Vi feet dee TIll I lare vater main xas underi suedutlbroke iin o and this added lto the- luit i I ol x itet 01 pouredI i iII the la rue IJIII itinir it niar like a birr1 x atIfdl t IHits and Niin street nre undermined fur urItFl CMI only a hqrtuslI ot niacj diin iiich i stands li end iiudcrin th haxinr the apjifi ranee of a inapiniotii through xliieh swept a lurid nrrcui of ants Portions of ii streets eixrd iii Snintax 10111 rsons bi departt niiMit ore has bn unde mincd sinilI iiv in jrreai daceer ni KtiKk hr IIH XIV to the i r pri of HiI I leidiiir Tin trett tt- hilan 1111 Ialli n ii tit ttitIin inr itt of the Trniiii trluiit ib luiildini is also in tiulcer Kleetric ji it iiit- rlrphOni pIns xvcre sue iit i ici in Iiiii hole The electric liiII in v re sn disarranrcd I tint street ai l hinI lights xxcet out TIll ga piin in MainI street prttd and the tae hut off att I he plant 1 haiii ti cityj j ik total larkiiess Tiie inorniti pa I pern IlIttlu POoi1itlIlt issie sill day i li ht IIII timidYIi light A lanre furor of hands cert inployed Sunday and considerable I stork Has tune to check tine deslrn tion of the vvateiv Th vater 1Idl jI to lj turnedi OIl in a large par of the cijjP to shut off the broken main 1 1IF strctt raiixvay trlHas under j nired on Maii are t nd tlie system i cbiHcd lotlI Cellars o ire filled j all otter thrite vitli ahict lixo fret i I of water alI gutter bridcs werej j j swept tlie chatt Th Averts onltll11te1 I fury I STORM IN KENTUCKY tt liiittii Inu Nersrtt ajj I1IinI I i lltit11111111111T- ine sturm gnat wvept thin Hection Satunlay night the daniire xvas rrrz jII ml ot Ciiniori iiMl Fiieke 1 At I fin 2 1I Nt r eaiins 11 r 1tall i wo cCrsts iTltr Iurlal hitr Inlil l many others I ily It It IIdI1 PrT of li lt l ii C II 10011Id It 0111 9 IPI i i I j j JtII JtIi I tt I Iiim t I III l1o I It i i 111 t pn t al itsit i 1i srsssi ttr I r ii j jl tI I 1 j were Jlo Ii1SiJt in FIii tad ili I 11111 Jj IIJ Ii t roj v li la j A STRIKE PROBABLE I t1I Cowl OiierMtKrn rsuii Miners of t ern ieiJtney Fail to uuir tu Pert Louisville Ky MnnI I ICdOI ersitors and Inied Mine Ata rs of Westein Kentucky adjoiTiud their ronfcnnct Friday after spending curlya wceli in in nnMitreeshutef I tort to toni to terms The miners I ask a 15 per cent iitlxmce in waires nnd an eight hour day and tilt ic ri tois offer a tern per cent reiuction and a ten hour day A strike on April 1 involving 2500 miners and 10 taints is regarded as not improbable Voiirhful KIoieift Midilesboro Ky March HThe must youthful pair of tlnpers on rc- lord is reported from this Cumberlaud river district Mary Wilson aged hifI ers are neighboring farmers eluded thirI parents jvwiivTnt U a ministers lit use where they informed preacher that they wanted to theff married The minister after aster taining theylever in earnest gave each a good thrashing and then turned them over to their parents Kentucky tiiivcrnify Villi lrnirs Lexington Ky March IJTIII ccn tacky university has withdrawn from the Intercollegiate Oratorical associa lion The elitistfIS time refusal oft tilt iOt permit students of the JJjble to participate in the con ntest Murrleil a Ohtlil Danville Ky March 11 Policemen of Harrodsburg arrested Sol Downey aged iri for securing a marriage Ii dense on false representation Dow ney married Mary King aped 11 last Thursday Many Iliiililiiivn UIlltulhch Paducah Ky March 11A lIII wind and rain storm swept Craekcn county The Catholic church eight miles from the city was blown down At Cirahainville ten miles from tilt city three houses vere de niolished but no one vas injured Kntnl lIt l Duel retport has reached hen that Jim Tram i mcll ami Isoai lluneh quarreled over a mullet while fishing and fought a pistol duel in which Trammell wasi killed Lunch has disappeared r i t THE SALOONKEEPERS NEXT Iuiir Firm lit Louisville Are I i iticteil fur Kceitfnt Open on Snsiili s Louisville Ky Manh 9 The inli ations ire that the crusadi agiiurL a loons keepinv oln on Sumlay rut i his city has heel fairly launched The matter hats leenl agitated forum time Ih the promiient ehiJtvJi ipeople and as for that matter th attention ot the several grand juries fur the past four months Ihas IH en- Balled 10 the opn viola tioy of tin Sunday closing law still the Kpon t ing and saloon elements have fOOl tended that Ithe grand jury nonld re turn no iartki mints Fridays proceedings hc e show I iiTerintly The grand jury returned inlictments ajiinKt Carraro Bro lurles I I 1 lenne M l11 Hi key and Ilac Kaust all sioon keepers Ianst Mil the Carraron are charged vitii piUII 1111 Sunday a iiarroom iijr the sale of spirituous tina and ii3t li pors Iliekey awl biiuc urn ciirgel wiili keeping open on Suit llIV The rrett far iis now tht ludgt 1iirker ol the criminal crt nul declare the Sunday closiny law eon stitHtiniial1 and prorrrdu enforce it The wide open element fear the re nit of Gar Iicfcharifs recent impu tations on the criminal judiciary of- the city More i indictments are looked for now from day to day Saloon men say if theyarc compelled to done Sunday theaters should be shad to follow ui J- KENTUCKY FEUDISTS Ie iierjtte PlaJil fletivecii t ii USiitet IlIcl olllIn dsOver rah- Shis lirtd London lit March 91 tle lierata light occurred at Manebtstor TliurH day about noon metal the Whites and1 iiirrards in which over 1W shot inItown and in tIt omu Sam Cash tiling haii bond for rule Webb Taj 1101 Spurlock Win and Dennis McCil nn charged nigh murder when tre conteuii of a shotgun tired ron I Ihr court tint e tered the ttlndno ofl I SrIhslie liji opened up When ijuiit tt retovvltj- il was foliiid that Steve Spurock AI jIt ii- Ihut tbritugii I hal Aiter ilark Tiiursday night a deputy sheriff and posse of 14 men tell Manchester for London with the above prisoner nr nit inlt about daylight When it was tlrlcourt house he adjourned court till next morning Kverything is vow iiiet but trouble way break out at momentj March toTh foliow i iren came to London Kridiiy ovii iar from CIy county to go on bail ids of the prisoners who arrhvil K it Friday morning from Manches PhilpntI+ gory Jim Herd Unit several nth c The prisoners an Joel Webb II llimn and Dennis let ulitn anti Taylor Spurlock Ionds were tilted Saturday morning and the prisoners were released THE RYANWEST CONTEST A Vonn r Luiilxvtllf lniyer AVritc to tine Crnitl Jury Asking for un Iii etlntiun yoaiIlawyer grand jiy asking for an investigation of thel ilyanWest boxing con test which took place at the Audi torium last Monday night He writes the foreman flint the contest was a brutal bloody prize fight As against the claim that the eon test was brutal time managers of the Southern Athletic elute point to the fact that both men were able to rave the ring uuissisted and that both were able to be about the next day Commonwealths Attorney Parrotm announced Thursday afternoon thtit he will take steps to pYevent tin boxing contest scheduled for u pre liminary bout between Marvin Hart of Louisville acd lack Heuscholte Tommy lyans trainer Are Oendloekeil Frankfort ICy March nThestate hoard of valuation of assess meat hs deadlocked on the question of fixing the franchise value of rail roads old other corporations and this may result in last years assess Kient standiag for this year also Iluttu Will SettlriiicnU Louisville Ky March 11It is saltl that an understanding has heck reach ed whereby the IrwinMellarry heir in the 15otto will case will receive j1aUtau in 20000 a fUr the wttorncya ices and the costs have been paid A RttliltlN Call IPadmRll Kj March 9lrabbi JIT who was graduated at thinff Hebrew Union college in Cincinnati and took charge of the Icwish syn r ago le here hums accepted the call to become junior rabbi for Avu= Israel congregation cf LoufiI1 Iitiupetl Woni the l attune s Lexington Ky March 9U K lllakcly au inmate of tne insane atv= runt escaped Friday night by jump ing from u thhnlstory window Jta was not injured and was captured tmile oway j t3 k k i t The Hickman Courier GEORGE WArm Publisher 1IICKMAX KENTUCKY I 4 MVVV C V 1901 MARCH 1901 i = == = = =a fD1C tI t10i I tUES TO TRUitfRIi IISiTj 4 1 1 1 i ii I t Ic1 I 3451t789f r IO 11 I2jI3 L 14jI5 16t 1 7118 19 20 l 21 22123 24 2526 27i282930l 31 I I i i i xJi w CURRENT TOPICS A Philadelphia theater has girl1 ushersWin McAleer has the whiest hair in the house 1 Sir Henry Stanley htae celebrated his 09th birthday Pittslmrirh parties are gobbling I oil liuuls in Texas DC ttis the swamp fox of tihe South African revolution The people of Oregon are nit k Baniwl Hnnl Gusts anti ttebfeet The nexvjyseeded area of xviuter 1 wheat is estimated at 302S504 acres There is but one woman ruler iin the would Queen Willielinina of Hol1 lamL There were only ten fatal accidents yeatr EX Stnuttor Roger Q Stills1 now has ali income of 15000 a mouth from his oil wells It is computed that nt the second a inauguration of President McKinley 4 4000000 was spent Tliere are several larjfe factories I the United States devoted to the man t tfat Lure of rose water Woman suffrage was beaten in the Nexv Mexico house hu wore of 21 to i one T its opponents shuddered Every mineral and metal of value in the arts and industries is found within the limits of the United Slates HORton bootblacks have finally sue ceeded in getting the Massachusetts IcjrifSIattirei to pnas a bill legalizing Sunday forenoon work of tlu shiners Nine million birds nest for soup staking are brought into Canton in a ycnr It takes 50 to make a pound and they cost 250 an oumie d Twenty six per cent of the entire population of the world lives and eras Uritush sway 9 per cent under Ilns riau xnle 0 under French and inearly G wider American When joyal personages get tired the glaring light that bests upon them they often assume borroved namefl which riot being generally lnmvn insures a certain amount cf privacy TlttJ tflalionate plans that have been prepared for the extensive news se eragis system for Havana are wholly dependent on electric pumps directly connected To electric motors for Lit operation Senator Coclirell of Missouri or tiers irvery play in the senate restau rant a steak lode just as I like iit TIle other day he found it nccrtisa- o add And Tom remember not have anyof that flamed grass on it So far tIle best emergency ration is one devjKed by American armyo curs It consists of one pound of tllean beefand one pound of bread reasoned with salt and pepper eaten dry without cooking One pound ofitthe mixture Militants a soldier in go condition for twentyfour hours The king of Portugal is an expert in ichthyology and has written sever nl scientific memoirs on the subject 3Ie is very fond of lisping in the s WIT the coast of Portugal where ow ing to the extraordinary depth of fhe water the forms discovered are of great variety and scientific interest 3 ling Alexander of Servia has r cently sought to insure INK life wirli n certain British company for 300 r 000 but that company having had toapay 000000 in consequence of the murder of King Humbert declined the risk having firmly resolved never ngain to insure the lives of erovn bends When Congressmen Sulloway of Xw Hampshire Patrick Henry Missouri and Berry of Kentucky tin actbethe house restaurant the other day some one observed that the were nearly twentyone feet of COM t re8At tU there Hack of the men ttnmuQ is over six feet in luhtcKulloway being six feet eight inches 1 regressive dinners are becoming nopudar in some of the western cit It U One of six courses ivas lately riijeyVl In Jonesville Wis At the first ljouse1 twenty guests ate stcrs and tlm Iiastcncd to the second hou =e wJure they partook of soup then ou to the third house where they hall iisJU and then they coat in ued until tIle sixth course was relyedofA syiuifeule of New York and En 1 Ustheapii liKi will spend 5 000000 in the United States for equipment anti rolling stock for a railroad in I iiador Like the bonito the kingfishers col1 ors dull after death No one who has seen only the stulTctf bird can form t idea of the brilliancy of its plun nge when alive t A Tfavnt British estimate iis th n ont half the people of the Unit Kingilom urc insured under industr policies in one way or another le jug or 15nary life insurance as ii s trtihate buJiIlif j altogether i e t- An rr ENGLANDS REPLY Tiio Senate Amendment to the JfayPanncefote Treaty Com pletey Rejected TEXT OF ANSWER NOT MADE PUBLIC The British Government AVants The Sic raumm Canal to Bo Interim tional in Character It j Itcllfvod Ihnt Tlicn AVIII Ho laluI Subjeel ill the Inuurdinl Kill lire Washington March 1 2ht in wver of the British jjoveriiinenl toI the amendinent to the JhiyPaunce fote treaty made by the senate was received Monday by the Iritinh inn bussador trod communicated to i ee retary laysIhr conteivtM of the document have not yet been mirthl public hill it probably reflects the earnest wishes of the Uritish govern meut to hero the Nicaniguan watchhway international in elmraeter i tend oflontind to the lnite Status TIll answer it li riifie l but lou plea rejection of the senate amend ments and leaves upon the Unite States government Ithe responsibilii lies for any further artion that ma be QeeunvleXprdient No opportunity offered 1onda afternoon for a conference betweenI the president and Secretary flay re speetinir the British answer therefore it eau not 1 f stated what action if any will be taken by our government lt- it stated that there i iuo hurry evenI iin the treat that it shall be deculc to invite Great lritiin to join ia fresh negotiations as o the lttlunia canalI congress not bring in sessiuw Itto consider n treaty 1 onO should be framed Coiural SlnliiiHiit liny lit Ii li- The belief seems to It narranted that here will be further negotia tions on the siibjet in the future unless sums event not now foreseen by the othVmls eauscs u rad tealI change in the situation For the present the text of tlr lritish answer will he withheld publication on this side of the a ter at least though it is said tha4 after the president has tlmroughly considered the matter some general statement may be made as to t points developed The Jritish a it wrap is quite long such documents go and would mnkc about two newspaper commit 1iatineUJjrlcudlin the concluding nsxurnnces of good cfsill and a desire inI cooperate in the jenliatioii of this undertuking Although I the text is sill+ held it is un derstood that the answer takes tip each of the three aitniiidnicntM intide by the senate tool presents the dir nsrutingu to them The Jhrc 1111111 urAs to the rtmeufimcnt whitstt urlout all that clause of t 1 1lhtreaty inviting othir maritime na tions to concur in the ncuiralizinr of the canal the llritisili view is t uLuuwhile ItryIittreaty to neiitrali the canal they ran tint make this action binding thotconcurtAs to the entire abrogation off 1N prmitchJll thctt garb a step is too farreaching to be taken without some negotiation in which the British tde of the tae i p resented eaThe ILirf Obrlttrte In thl lltt The sotsilled Davis amendnien a pears however to be the CItrp staele in the way oean agreement and while the British answer tntct no suggestion of any further iiego tittions it steals 10 be a fair ufer cute from its general tenor that if modification of this amendment could be shared thcr probably c oulli 1 be an adjustment upon the other points of difference A 1Cu1illgot rtithe answer also wakes plain that while it dour not muke ounter prop ositions or propose further action ofyet it dots not Preclude such aetiou by laying down a course which u i slightstc1eiation Ittr err takes the form of an argume t ttendiny to show that tIll aiucil + 1 ments It1rfairly consider tits various Kritisi interests iinvolved Su fir in vrall I acf rj St Joseph Mo March 12fhe in troduction of labor saving muchinery It the overall factory of lohn 1 1rlt taro it Co and a reduction in wages caused a strike of 430 girls slid a sns pension of business The diechnrge rtf Superintendent Ihilipps recentlyI j Terre Haute Ind is demanded by the girls Ur ntlon nIIn1 MI tiiu cTopeka lai March 12 Mrs Car rig Nation has given bond again and was released from jail Monday H sureties are C II Moore and J K Kiroy Moore iis her brother Mt Nation says she will make her home in Topeka in the future at11nr wtfrnti 1roren lit Oenttt cdlrcrion 1Ilantaicl dealat11 tu the prairie during the hlizxardJ was a v teiau 01 the civil war A i 0 CN 4 EX PRESIDENT HARRISON Ill Condition ire Slljxhtlj vursrr- Ihtt ills Ih fotau Ilupr fP tits I Iliniiilc Itetuwerr Indiunapolis IIud March lrllrJHenry lamchon hIS been in constant UIIwithDrI close watch for the slighlenfr fjrn off improement or relapse 1 At ro oclock Monday utg ltt1 Dr Ijinifstiii issuel the followintj algalGjen got through theilght in excellent shape and in n tisane gratifying Jo myself and Dra lladley and Dorvev He held his own jlen dilly until HI oclock Thursday iuorn g when n slight change for the woise was apparent The inflamma tlist in tIll left lourand the pains inI grcadrstlI t of nervousness and restlessness which caused him much discomfort Xo Great ii use fur Alnriii 1 find no great eaut for alarm in the condition oflien llarrisouvaiid l attribute the eluingc Monday t6ihe fact that he hatbren laboring with his ailment one day longer At this feurt perature is now 102 15 his pale 95i h his respiration 35 As to the deflnitti 0Ume UQnot saynI dealing with pneumonia and lutuired forms of illness a tri is a qunntity hard to reckon witht Qlll 48 hours there will be a change of some sort either for the worse or the better With the other physicinns 1r am JiltScllierIhunger xve fear from the illness is 91tal extensiou of the inflammatory llroee cess in the left lung Inless ihr should be an extension of that 1 in flanunntion imoling the pleume andI 11tuig we are hopeful of pertly recovery liIho Ill Clcut I Conoioni- At midnight Dr Jameson left ih Harrison home after spending near three hours with iris patient The other two physicians were present anti effort was directed to relieving the congestion in the left nagsIDr hunc Crment Gras Harrisons condition is not hangedl front what it was arty in the Kerning IHis strength is keep iuy up well and his pulse is stronjrl 1 itnriot spread any urn there is no dangerI to be apprelfjndcd unites the inilaiiir mntion dogs spread i flh11111wiU i 1 1 conscious at thiS hour nnd i restingf 1 ihPnaIIC 4 rIiAN ARMIS TRICE ASKED FOR Len ItotLa Jlrl Iu outer 1i ucc mill Ar l fyn Itmrrn Sliorl of iniiuitiilloii Lourenxo Marques Mnreh 121j Gen Itotha is willing to surrenders Jle aske l an armistice in order to communicate with ien DeWet ami Steyn Should they decline it iis believed nevertheless that JetL llo Ura will surrender The 1oers hurt nrtillrryor ammunition awl are burying all their guns The iron Loureno Marqiu s to retorili is practically clear of Coos lIllrrtoriu March ITht lfMulf jjj the negotiations between Lord liifchi ener and Gen Hot ha iis anxiously 1IniU fiThey libJ4rjllJ ji i Kitchener is expected to Iiasten tFd 111lClminwtnltioni j x foutein lf iBoers who have surrendered li 5 s hrray that qtr Steyu in a recent spec ji at Philipplis admitted that there nQY was no chance of regaining the cOiftif 5try r TIOB AFTER HIM IGrnrr tllfauw IYLu Uurdcrcd Illnj Vlfi ill Iirunn9rk 4io Vill UL Lurlnd If Taiijlit Prunsxviek Mo March JThorWilliams a white man charged xxitht the murder of his wife will be Jynd 0IIsectiinOlt llist escape Williams was in the custody of a deputy sheriff here who white hc 1mfr that lie could nut protect his prisoner turned him loose with tIle words Hun or they wilL burn you Ueilli or 110 II HJli n New York March 12XexvS wsreceived here Monday nighttortthe death1 in Paris of Mrs AjmeH Samray Hilton wife IisnntonIitdlparfflQ1O her huslrtnrlN IUSmhtrJhCl1 latcLhulgcHilton ft1nthc1V ltt2iJJOHehloughrhiltsuhsNlucntJv ancltIleseatcdoufer of court HConer SnilK fur iLe Liicl tU i iStalesi+ frorivk I tfMonday1 monnn for J flittitutcsttfa iPIOmutlc1 mnncltIproiuinei ries and other civilians wereSntr Ilo bid hint farewulL vH i l l iJ IT IS COllAPSINGI Late Events Toiul to Show Thai time Philippine Insurwtion is Drawing 10 n Close CONDITIONS ARE VERY EXCOURAGLXG et Marinnos DC Dio Koitr Officers and 7 Uniforinrtl and Armed Men Surrender at Naic A lloljichiiniil of Igo ISIIi 1ulnau e lufttulry 1rlIft1 n Itoily if lii- foitr iil rnr Santa Crii- flroIiit of tat iiilili Washington March 1i TIlt fulloxv 5injf cablegram hex just been rrrriu Il tram lieu MaeArtltitr at Manila 1nn Mu Hit no le Din four nil certi and S men uuiforiiuil and also c mrrciidered at lilt 7I iiiis is rr gn riled as very iuiM i tunt and iu tlicatinir ollaf se of the insurriTtioii The territory heretofore otistiiuile ly defemled The faptnrex Mirrcn dent of again conlihuc iir1 arms aurremlered and capturedsnteel stun uary 1 MU AKTHlU aLSNitwits March 1 uillhISehuyler of the IItlllllInlnr in tinlry has rrrricd for s irivn Ur of Uen Mariano le Dios tour olli errs ami j IIllitllHitll uuifornifd men sit Nnic proin w of C f ite thtr Kline regiment has a tnieii 4s rifles Alfcinso province ot Cavite A fir tjicbnient of the rth + olcntccr in 0Ibntn has captured leu rifles u atayan province of Cllanas l Hnic Spauih IIIhitl In tIlasl against Iernanilo nil s tan rtltI1I agent fir ii Tiliaeelerla coinpuny who iis charged with hav toing aided till insurgeiii piiMrs LacI Ivbeen reroxftvd which plaie in un favorableI light M1 Ie Iterud former Freiiili consul in Matiii Who ht returned to rlurope- A detaehment of tlie 4th + olini leer infantry has dIrutedu Lttlly of insurgents near Santa Crux Ipr vince if Iiiguiia 1A eoiitmct has been awarded fr raising the Spanish ttrshirs IihAdm Dewey sank in the liattle fa iteaThe eini tinir steain T arinen 2 I tuns the prorrtyof daliino 1 Irrietta surd theI schooner Orient lIj uotus the roMrfy of lung1 Vsaiif tu ied on the recoinnieiululiop I IItonmulndtr of the nit I 1Wlrl trim bout Ietrel on the charge transshipment of cargo ln Sopwre OM Htileu in the prn xince of Alboy Contraband of war acts found on bonrd the tscat hot of hithwill hv held Hnding in tttttigution tLTHEJ SHENANGO VALLEY Iti IIIIIJ Sit tt y n ttitist I FluI- J Tin Vorsl iii V rllncblIIIIIOrc UII cI Pharon Pa March I4The She nuiitro valley Is belli swept by a nig1 tug ilood the worst in eight years and thousands of dollars worth of property hat horn destroyed between iJreenville and Xexvcnstle Tilt heavy rternins andI melting snow during the Rust tuo days have put the rixer u the rampa e An iinmeiise ice gUI has formed at the ISesxeiuer railroadi bridge backing the water up for tuilrs and iniindntiDfr part of trcr villi The Sharon steel works and Sh steel hoop plant art under wjiti I tonsidlnl hit tlamu fe lias been aiucd The titer is Mill risiii I TRAGEDY IN VIRGINIA City TreiiMircr John I WnKeri Shut nut liiMcii li III liens 114 i J uLn tc Richmond V a March tr city Treasurer lohn 1 Walters of t Ill r lot tisciHe 104tihot and killed Mon lay night by his brotherinlaw Stuart Ituiley 110tIbe learnedI as yet All that jis knownI is that the taco men MM into a dilli eully at the Welters resilience drcv atuteach other Walters was shot the udsthand may also die liiiliiinii thin Pound lend New York March 101tClIIB CowlanI of Mihlison lad a giis at the IosniojioIiUtn hotel was fount I dead in bed MondayI It is helieed death resulted from heart failure Col Coulan during tl1cciviltear vas rfiftf telegrapher under Gen McClel hut Ireasiiry Slut cnn iii Wnshingtou March tX Mondays statement of the treasury btiaieh iip the general fund exclusive of tIlt J3tt000 lX gold reserve in Uu division ol redemption shows Available f t1h lndalltl il litj IId yri 727250 Safety ur lot ritineror Berlin March 12 It in aiuvrteJ that much stricter priciutu nns will he taken hereafter to insure the safe ty of Kmperor William tad that de tectives from Merlin will always u therlocal authoritips Son i KHetorlrs rinse 1Marsrilhs March liThe Indus trial situation here is now very crit ical 1 Iwcntyjixi out of sii s ap man ufacttiries hurt closed slidI the others are irtually at a siuailstill loI1Iu llin ICinplojT- Tut young man who contented tohave a portion ol Lu blood Ie out to save hieUl I n remarkable example ofthtrotJcrrlet iuridrttt bows what jiower there in good blood There is only one natural way to tct Rood blood and that iill from the Atoinurh IIf ihr Mttitnach nEd1 1absistauc e try IlosuttprsStomarh Uttcr Thi1 worii drrfnitu da ine lUIu + l IVid jntf IICMoL- ivlll1Ittiltation and make ru h rttl blond w Till Vnv of fhr Uirlil Towne Every man must limttle for him elf or tfft left Youll geti very little in ihr worM if you lont uk tor it rr vonlikelyfur It11 hat that rCredit Philadelphia ITCM 0Catnrrti Cniinut lie Ciireil Itrl9blondrr a renirdithelli dI urfacellk inedicinr It Was InOitllhedi by our of the carslI of the best lonfes known combined with the brat Mood purifier a ting directly on combilliUioll daces Kiifh wonderful rrwnlta in curing Ca frclIt1 0SoldcHallso Mi Iafinbat hats become of Mr Hay Mr lUnd He ha taken employ rural in a wdmill furrix month+ MM lLatin lion strange Mr Rand Not atrll He xviishedi to break hiintelf ofatuuliugtray Storien Tltttlvn I have brought you a box of chocolate Have you a weet tooth MisI naivelYtlate liiuuklyn IIagle rr 31ntginrIhlladripial may liave iti drawlwclt but we are not troubled with the smoke niiisame here J1n1tuK tgrow Tlie idea Wby my Uiisbanil sm kes all oer the iuePliilfidelihia Record Hrpatia Roland to the browns pjirlor maillallt tar a hamoni tIl e adI bc1tn Kinm your way fit Roland 1ft might no lojrHiuT Mi s JmlI1 I rTwo bkiiMinis plraMethirago lourtutl i s I ISiKiu Kith the Unity Coughsluldahrunrbitit i the family ending with the grandmother I flrpti Kh tlieu rsutttirlrph t sumrl by c fCillul Plaiu Dealer J i Po = Carr Lr lrc rttinp we evf r Iiti t r ailarcJ nm IIIt ihr tht d l loaFb00 11IIIIrowII Laster Then you dun t batik much on ametrul pride Jio it is more to a man r credit to start from no dwhere and Le somebody than to tart friic iiapolwJournal JZmch package of PrrsAM EerrlCSC Ilrrs ltrfittliyIti I 0The hiet edncatioii in the world ill that got by Ktntpgiins to obuin a liiultUdell Piiilli n Say ma What i it ny danplitprr Whti flitil 1 lie big enough to hove a chaperon J Town topics rfTo be ourpjl Jrvjantiu FrmktinII To Cure n nuts ill Inc Dar i Tat ljjiiilve IJroino Qniniue TibiM A31 druggrisiitrfcf nnd monevif U falls toc ix Jo w Theodore mruagewi rIUIM1illtII I toui dluII Tbl daru t note to write is liar haalc t to pty AtitJlIl l lJeII failure iif one ol tlie things t hat IreSpoiled Lit MlrceMi hiragw IJulv NfV s AStgclable PrcparnlionforAs frsiciilatSngllicFoodandRcguIa i 1 ting the Stomachs andBowls of 1 Promotes DigeslionChcerfur I I ness and ReslContains neither Opiuni3forphinc nor Iiiicral I NOTN s v OTICII IJ IJrpCOfdDflgtz ftJ4 pITCIR FF- d1 tAn1t IILnrJltI1kfc1a1 J finlgJcedfa7utiA mr lrfa nzror forConstipalion ii Vorms Convulsions Feverish ncss tend Loss OF Facsimile ICY Sgnalurl ilc- X i SLEEPII tEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER JJ A Good Thine to Infroriuee When Mr Thomas I Lone lIlnllloj j e movc l hi liimintvu from Chicapi itto Preatoii MiMinri he wrote It e well actiiaiiiteil with tilt + vndrtudlK 4 of Palmer Lotion while 1living in ami desire to introduce it in this ni t sImanI rcconiincnd it for all that i isn J for it The claim fit Palmers L IJ that it will cure all + disease ol tiie n that 8U IIrcaclcl It tIII1AIPJj a no matter how virnlnt or of burr k ftanding If your lriigist fines not to have it sent to SolonI Palmer 174 1 I Stt ret New Yorkur Kuiiple of Pa S 8Lotioll and Lot iuu Snap iRnII Ailjimlcd- PiiiiIn mi ail the IMIKV man f i the iiiin iin i audit who hall lotfid hiIi y iota iinl i oltie butInm not ificjjur j to till tn t ou today Dont let Ihat worry you rcili 1 mP itvua agent Ill do the tiikii Piniii lihiu Press Si ll7 SO IIIIM per Aere Of Tiiii remarkable bay anti oerral r 1 Adam Herwele of Iowa writes to the 1 1nA Siilxer Seed Co Ln Croiw W4 e introdwerw Spelt bats ant f hint1lieverything I IOr saw for atofdind forI d 1end for yield IIconlcl hardly lLrliec v own rvn that 1I grew from nf kegs f xecvll 7J big hndc While K L Pvratlc morC Canada Kays Spelt yrtll him at the rate of 100 his per acre ff A 11l tutu every farmer on earth to try lit c- 11ritc to Salzcr today about it 1C Illiltil Vtinl It rullfil lilt JIri Xattjf Dont you know that No l yourhairMr axi Y but then I prefer to lone it that Wry biragn Daily News 0 iFinaDThere ii il an end tot icultsuffering when tsefacobS 01 1 promptly cures Sciatica 3 ttt t T 4 ++ ++ + ++++ + For 14rWe Ii1Irma tir1 tara Frlliton ftti 10 j Iwert1Jtrtrateawbtrbat0t g 1 13Ojy ICailMi Peed lof UISj Worth 100 rnrtacch Mere 10 pagn tare icdtret V grtutra i Fnlarralltlton Duller Grnaa Alto Choke OiIoii Ford 4iOc 614- Toretbrr ai t oliandf rrllrttrI upcurrrfiptcfllaOlmlthtiietlrrnhtaoueeyouyiaot9Itaardtyotsf1n JOHN ASAUER SEED COLrrouertiii jl o You Know Burnhams Hasty Tellycon will satU ti- i torily aubwer the iue iion what shall t have for dessert today You have choice of six delicious tluvors orange lemu strawberry raspheiTy peach wild cher and the plain calf tout for making wir Jellscuilsarin1 S aWAKTED AT ONCE lJCf ULfitIarylf IJi i j w CASTORIA IIForInfants and Children ii The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the t Signaturefr of- InI Use For OverJ Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE CCIITAUR COMMNT mm vena cm ijJIi I 1 YilktY tlit 1fl1F 1L t l 1 uMY HOW GREAT HE HAS GROWN f T E EMPrROR 9 s hS 3 w t iptkt uld It Vaunt u flaiflf JbW Ifi i J For lb PiratSfffre ltroiiltl Frd reedams uriAnd tiytheskull tad crdssbones as our emblem there Instead 4 For the Empsijo of JL 3IbI 48person stands H f1 lt JAna1 Ic rotting un the ands That CIt dirtyvilSince njstfre t nG Mild were merely made to break Send our solditrs and our sailors forth like i tattlf iumb to die For a National UboMor forth gloalrg o- tAi For tlte1JflflJ WB tit rrfthr hots man llF 1 siZlniSo tat rulKSf may v Kill t int 1 K1t gt4frUtt x Was thlf the tt lItnrJtllght It Lthiugton utth4t1 Is tti txht il Freedoms lamiLwlthh ou- rtrttrt tortver czlf1 x 4 it thus ve avtfelA 1 1rlf Ird wealth UiuuuittU gave THE QUESTION OF TRUSTS HIItvltiiuii 111jNIyiAai r lltn lIri 1 r s i rxa It t it je rejaenihtjrtj that WDejtW ber i 4 MrI MelvinJjfy sUggttfU tN j eongres the advisability df riving the people some relief PJlJjlX5il i ttyJ lion Just before eiiji t fl opttng for the summer the republicans pre1 pare a ton ritdioiiai aliltllti fen iicli they purrnrr TVibfJrt Z J1J A J pr iiV remt uhf iv Hill sac r wi iittiec to tiKr away from the slates ilf IF ++ Meh the 1kl tt5c 1 j- hi TO lea JlII tail i iiesii Jilt- clnJIOaT voTvt iyiinst time ameiu lIt tIltit rtIJlIIJiicII 1rUl it aii l11trll hiiae Ih Lath the rcpubtiemisi andctmo y cij atr which aat lJad by anhl t mi t unanimous vote Jtiinttothf1 senate and tlfere it lies buried When conFres rliesrhrdfjlit7adrlitlt no Tiir vxh nptgrt iirr pfk this bl TJie election was over the par p s tf the JJHUHl1Jlifhtd3ncll tlt reipuionoin Kmator iveVeiiifllilTtfr ei1 lfati Ir arltrrnrrgv which h iireii wtrdelon tliefiibrfcly bill1 had 1 h i ieT to In nitrui bill il MJI hrve1 pa ler the vtiinle io i g- OhgidtJ vats BIIdhjs intrnh iluti i JKtajiVret la1 fiijDiotiUes olt ee fii Gird s it proiucls beijg p 0fri ihe hi iotc110strllryit Hit Km Ki v paforniiontiin ihe foiow ig It iTne tarfir Jnws shotiid bej ani Ui v juitting the procfttcts bfl ad Iulth rel4 tpr tlt fnCi1 I Mr1 Jtajitek it tht retort earvyiigoir a plunk if4ll deinoeraTie plfr form uu tin t noe rats wirloubtle 5 wive Mm Jrtj J hiI rtmft pu1iicanleidIer d Ho if jitlejlnt J diI r IIn1popularleague ap11rLittlatitt1d tvtis whte 1 Irtti I rtcoguli7t fhrtinj lrit ofrti llblie3 ntt 1rorniP tfJiorithettrii 19htitttttjonIniii t be blind jnigod7hc Commoner r M + y s Tihoctnii vr 1R rii proteea lions t Oran that tries to huf out I nn Jt fiet ieJJIn1iwli it fn- wr i self t flllflndII htiryl c4rLpuljcylt of tluU iinti stibstituteg sqinjthinic inferior for thtuhtttl eheiijiLtitSiJ 3ut WIlY ijs it suchKaJSmj itahe for otltcrcoiJutries shut out our cheap things by tlot diouvllt1uimain tain the system for the special pur s hlittheary Loujsvilu Courierlotirnal I i It ma4 be doubt 1 wh timer j 111101lg wuutI t i1nIl 1 ringIAJabo if democnttic reunion and put the harty again in htpe tovin vftdrieM but a there isi0idjhneraIh dis l nivel IadiInas the little leaven leavens the whole I lump the work of jdenloeraJre t habilitation 1Is going ciu all over tits I Pnitld StuttJu fruits whereof apparentt I Albany Argus J 7 4k 3r rjj- To i1 IWeotfhIItdrt Il I t r + r triurrll pl1 t n hyartWas this thits on taught us by IiUofi Va1Y Fprrtlr frAnd hull w htter liflfnite ihr tyranny of George rghtqI We eitr lietlTl on thebatt1 held vt- tirovt t It on the a Shall the Ftatue tall l Liberty be hurleO tdf 3tiita fix ttZllr the shaUuv of epprt eriun in the empty spaces watts 4ForbMIarse hNot not ail thet hordf of IM len slay the day when Frenlom bound thud loohtir tdacklllI Jima With the sky to seru her tfuflrjp town thO irp teliught r hIUII 4lftt the nunoo of U l Iiilfy wall be then f as it jis uvw 9hr i rnprror or Ciibtith a uujnirkoi I lIrooflrf1t I CalTy 1 llSUGARi TRUSTS POWER r n tnter Hand iu the Guluultuuletun IoAvur j ItIhli tor i jJj r ca illiU11 IyNfitul bt itl I IIi- ku ii- II ttiIi nfu nltit association con im qmnillt Seernnry OT the Treasury yhe fr imposinjf a eountervatiinfjfl litOn lti tan ttijrar therehis a clear- a latt IU tt f the iiUtL of tbLrudog iu tortTIriti i Thf1 rtj + Ilon t18 o that tIn ditty on 1a1ianucricacuatedu- tl1Fda i l L Sin rhf xpgrbusl 1 stn 101nnriI nts rttItt utq iiOliO in eontrast to thi = saerifiee ast the jn q l jJ1Jei jJ 1tJPlerNOuUii i+ riltion tovihr fatot tl31hetlota1 im poVts of ujrnr from lu ia amounted tUjohut J4ItJI01J1inc1 o J Additional warrant for criticism of f thti f1lIUr f 11fn1tttl t itga tturry ioi ingYI le roiMietinn am flat i r lie piedoe not an ount to the payment of a I bounty f the ony contirjyerev jitstify injf the Aneiietn etnintervailnjf ruty- jj i dtck1W jihajjrnoti mine 1r Hi paid ItIt rt Thlt1wmtT iht1ft r s J W frf l t iattIgargroi + e r Vhat i it ee- iW of HItn ri nt liate to i it l Oat t hI upon 11Ul1l IwI t en nt tlarett to f- I 1rz irnane pOrt raSe 3r anniitftDenientii j tlliII FfO with lielJ 1 Je J fij t n their in StE J t ar- rlt t hto PO n o t7tcaerfifi ca- uniuu lctian i tr a+ P9t jJtOQm pei a t lulu OI rfIeWhifuufi hr tilt ipaage of the Jorto Ihn iirifT f 1J betriiII rom Jtjuiay Jbt uor h while ro know jnt thpty completely hpJIeKlnleyart ttnnisrfationric dominated by thpirMr trntt in tnatttrssffr tingtipti iim4ino- nolimlvSi Louis Utpuhll 15 PRESS COMMENTS Yi i t Tirsistr frr J t Our tariff bniul sire eoniinjj II11IJl1IrcCJtndianapolis I il NeiiInd w f4f1t S4I rzt cJ pt dry r1 IH l Cliitrry ha ts ntthlt aJ1 nor VLagiiKUi as ever cutshrug anyytui republic N Y JiVorld P Ueeause of the frtt1 of the t IIlhon hw 1mtffll mR or- macl IteII iikthjs eomWitrtIq being- gje1 r opcftJIc otyJlIilt lbIe harjtJgj tOrtaQY jI11 G 1ihc the one drawn lyttlievlatt1f lJill leyrrjThe Cuuinionertll H Has congress reckoned wIth tae rijfliteousjt yidinai B t the- Aaltriean IC It1gr4 Jjlba ulitrrieet our ultimatum and thenwhaT Will the Inople sustain a policy of crim ifnsil arres sion and eternal dishonor icliieUifcJJ EVeiiinK Post Itep JTIH next tim1t CulSi goes up fiiintf p gHl ittltropv uehhsi chatl 3 vhiei imhiceO the United States to- po totuP vith Spain the will prob abXvreJwyiwg ls erj rf1h ll for the lliilanThrdpist to ltrO EfwhAt promises to be a good tbtBg Indiauapolib Press Al CIENTSI HADIISENSEiI iI Dated Beginning of Year front Opening of Spring When All Things in Nature Start- Afresh i i i Some Other Things In Which the Ancients Have Given Us Points I die ancients began their year with time advent of spring How mulch more appropriate thus to begin the Sew Year with the new life of nature in the awakening spring At this season all processes throughout the natural world start afresh The ancients also showed their sagacityaud appreciation of the great changes mill act iveprocessesof spring time by realizing that this is also the time for renewed life and energy in I the luinian system 1hcyWell knew I i iliat the lilood should lit cleansed trout impurities and the nerves rein vigoraied at this season Hence theI establishment of the custom of tnkij iig a rood spring medicine I This most soirsiblc and healthy I everyixttlyof intelligence venturing to go through this trying time of change j j front winter to summer without taking j a fcpring InldiinII The unanimity on this subject iis a i settled tact the only quraioni hereto i 41c 11I r Al 4OfII I 3Iu STOUGHTOX L FAKMIAJI i fore has been In regard to what iis the best thing to take The people have i now become unanimous in their dr i t cisioii thatasusprinpto ieandretor I a ivrlr Cireenes Nervura bloom mini nerve remedy wpreemiuentlyI the best j Year afteryearDr IJreenesNerviira I j blood anl nerve remedy hat proved I itself the sorest most positive and reliable remedy Made front puree i vegetable medicines it invariably i cleanses paritiand enriches the j j blood making theI blood rich and red j I rind at the same time by its invigorating I j effects giving strength power j I Mtality and eiurgy to the nerves j In flirt Ur reens Nervura blood iI riid n nc remedy has proved itself I lIlt mot perfect of nu divines and jI jist what everybody needs for a I I ring remedy Try it thi sprint Mr Stoughtoii 1 Karnhum of Man JSomeJj j tigne I did not have the ambition I to do anything that demanded un usual physical exertion I was recommended by a friend to ji try Dr Greenes Xervura blood and i nerve remedy 1 took two or three bottles and am prepared to say that it did me fo1d Ican recommend itIi as a tonic as I know it helped me 1emPiiilHT Dr Creenes Nervtira blood and nenc remedy i recom mended by physicians in fact it iis a physicians pr iw ripiion the disroth ery flh trollknown specialist in nervous iitid chronic diseai nr Greece of141i Fm New York City who can b consulted free of i I eharjffii flf rf onally or bv letter Tr IEG JLrc tIrold- 9rtr 1 DftZA AL 1 f rlti i YIt F J J n uitiOaT SOA 217leia flib TABLET 1nUer anti Iilltlc I 3lrfnrlinsicelit of our turfitlier and dlilll n ur sflt to be dalel lby the pump unl gutter ofetnllire a oPkil1itrfthook IIbeut iwensl stoutly I re metuujretl l Mitue ot it aria readinga IXMVS P PfJUPtkr l llint I hope yii have out ahutiupjietl your I1 print ipb Last iiiKit I youiyou an was llI1utft1 Iting to nmakr ynu all light And JIfadih11lsIiinbton f A llt I If Iti file Thdre was mice an eminent stafestnanwho wig always ready to take the iritmtiveor t downOnebiuulyTittngl Wlaat ere you doing asked the ttptOlul stu CiUan Drafting a hill tu dUfmneliiw the illit elntJtOlollc11t1 time lilt and by the doI1 Mor511night chad for reformers would draw well lUtimore Ainenuii rIt Ira Cowl Tliliu- j JttoJIwhichIamMoulig thefamOUg ingebosalejf over OOOOWXthog Ill a mat ter of nriie to newIpertut l luiir as carehaii been vtt1tlarntt imil j itituti ofij1drutittsi furcItb7iets1 j 11ii parrii i Do1ll for oat mfiti matniiv Anyone rho as the s lightest liver ir be roubleII tl utfaa to give them a Irani 0Purer or Itnllt Vvoiildlle ujtorII desire ft stay my ad ir11aionxDmgist i j aIII i I lieJournalI Ohrnp Itiitei 0to Oillfitrnln Febnutry 12tii rtitwiti Tuesday there I VHIAIJnnatel die Soother lId tIt t m tt IIgti- ranuaUl11 iJjiiic I u i i iu tJ r ilaiL11jt 11 s h l I i ii0- iieOQQ frunt Llu lttt e fif UlI l t pli IIt IIita allo j t t INrtihtitg 1Ii 1111Itu 1 I u I1 L I IfY hllIIIf t i j r I tit IfertlA eau t t 16Nririmtl L ttA J 1 S park St ItIi M I IoV H Mr A 1 ofHcr li i i 11 1G Htniii t A j I 1111I I IittliirjirI I4 KToniet A s I 1 i I CI vt t St jUli M1 I r Can A 1 r N jJ I ltry- t BHg Kai a i M1 1v S tieeld It IIusIur A Han att t its plrtinet HI tat h Vffl lloI1r1 fur a day s shijuiint and on hftrr itiir complnioed to hie wife that he Hum thats what you cet siie Toluntivred for mgle ting a da hurinciliansas tit title HojiiiieeUerw Ixcnr lon On tile tint aul third Tuesda of each month the hitago Milwaukee S Si Paisl Itaiiway will M II round t rip tt ur iiou tiek eW frwn tticaeo Milwuckce and other points Mi its line to a st many H intn in South DahoU North Ihikta atd other VcstCflt anti Northwestern Mates at about one fate Take a trip west ainl ice tie w m goodlandmoneyFurtherirkes of farm land et may lel ob generallasatngerI It is generally Lrt ivu1I that the eprp sian trnnipet of te Lotltirew nut ieicr to the leiron wlio iltvi in Ist mittiiigrHam Horn i Yes aid Imade I I ave ItiIivery trying m XItCllIf in or I iPl i itstruck t IitLoue I iago JUnlILii oo i jagt cI 1 bllioaneladeIbviKlachc plronlrti alter eatlBiMiver sIlowcum plexion dlzzlnc bowel eye t ure toKetberIIlDenerwrelte well the you bowela absolutef I I CATARRH THIRTY YEARS A Remarkable Experience of a Prominent Statesmanl i CONGRESSMAN MEEK1SON GIVES A HIGH ENDORSEMENT llllili1 T rI OXMUlssMAX S MKHUSON OHIO lion Had ckuloii kutna not unit ill lliVxx II rruueh out Ameriea I in j iII iI1 area ly It I1te irrms as tatr lit Ullirh Ih tins diiiins tt iiiiI liI j It t anlc v idely Iilll1I is I III it mut r 1 t- hlIu i Itulkufapiini Ohio wi tdt u I111 IFir lIilthUII TO IIt a u ry lalr lIi rly attl i t1teI know leilged leadir iijrutyiIIlti seitjint r f tlif State Unit one flaw mirrid time oiherwj i Complete siKcess of ti115 fiiiig silall111111 Catarrh with insidious Ap proach tenaeinitri yrasp vis liisi thiltIl I warfteIagainst this personal enemy At last I hefi llartman ns the result I have used several hot ties of TVru na and feel greatly benefited thereby i front my catarrh o the head I feel encouraged to believe that if I itIII j short time longer J Will able fully eradicate the disease of thirty years j standing Yours t uly j Oavid ifeekison- ij Many people tolerate slight ca tarrhal affect ionf A little hoarsenessI a slight cough a old in head or a j trilling derangement of the digestive i organs I nut much disturb Ave- ragei pelson in business Put this iisI I nut true of public speakeri or sttige artist voice rlnstaltvaysbeclear i G lee un pAsmENInIISwlllwilt uplnfou rlptiun rul b I44- UWt 4 111 i VAslINTCIN U C- IIiiihtt rht IKO UfvelauU end 1JttIOIt tortures the with broustt on by tonstipitloa was ran I la the town ot la end never to I iron and f Crcw man St fc la V I han n RI and you you will never well and yelp put OF He STX lie jul its use be cm the do the his the otrl of for get hnIgs perfect diirestioii titulisti J 1 lie nI popularity f anlttng t he hauling nl l Irs a nil netre c + I i illicoat i tV They have retard 1Cas indispensa4 to their + Theiri prate n i exactinjj it rei irea pcrthealth in ev rv prtleular i rrtr11erltnt their friend Many I letters are re Thomas class of Carrie in speaking of1 IVruna withsplendid results Would bo without it No would mo to a settled chronic coughor hoarseness Catarrh iis dreadful tiling could happen one of my profession 1eruna my shield protector against undesirable disease Carrie Thomas I do not derive prompt sat iisfactory results use of IV write at once to Ur dustman fivint a statement of ease lie be pleased give his valuable advice Address art President of Hartman Sanitarium ColumbuO A N 1856 rmx IVIC- itci G 4O ABVCRTISERa e mate aa 111W tlc J1C1aU- aeut In patterII g g i OOg ty Piles Cureclta While fJ Sleep You are costive nature under a constant strain to relive condition This causes a rah of blood to rectum before long ccngested lumps itching painful bleeding Then hive piles There are many kinds and many piles are Junless assist r tur in removing the cause CASCARETS make effort easy regulate and scften stools relieving tension andr I giving nature a chance to use healing power Pries hemorrhoids fistula other rectal troubles yield to treatment Cascarets quickly surely r them forever Dont persuaded to experiment with anything else 1 Ifocit er IS Atcluscn jiobi I HiitTereil the datanca protrudlnr vhicU 1 attlicted S3tr3 1 across CASCAtwenty Rev cll found anything consl Today am entirely free pilv feel Htoo H lEIT7- Hit Jones iouz ouiun 11Un w1n Indication pains trouble rrirulurlv all ttioe 1- I 1 to the IIJ tue-I u mtot iM rlut iey a afrrrtiard Miss Carrie ceneu irom this people Mitts Thomas Icruia says have used not money hire have cold or the most that to is and this must If you anti from the rnna your and will to you gratis Dr If man The KK that thl and Is the the and appear ycu cures but not cura r- Ile you the the her and the and and mve be iiles with them City Suit wt Wncn your your and His your move in1 full grit 4 notl a pa- dov be Ir 5PLdPILS BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER ITHIS THE VattkiHdtiothing I I refundedG9 PERUNA Irc 11 IOcII 25c SOcii t NEVER SOLD IN BU- LKDRUGGISTS TO CURE ago the unit nos or vm D- GUARANTEED FITCrraGAKETSwassoldSow It la over sI bose a yrur arreater ritpundThis Is otr ratworldtmllrr atedielne In the abJuerroor IIbIuldyIC- lUlr1 faithWe haveour best aeed uaUoaiat tottrial or isp rrlmpledirectioniand IryouAec potsaLlslye ibent ufair bos Ce- a user udsR one tbog return Ute modurehabox ltxedgeTo ceDeYfnm waU e te draby TlleorlI fceuo awtterwhst aUa yonstart today back for bwl6 bore arsttartrd the aefollow wed WIn bless the day youyouHealth will Irichly BTLUIU1IUI lb ll IorY srCLataILAafcAseABETtI ltolt free by I oo O OO QQ Q O II- Y1 Ii Ii i i 11 t rv ri j SUPFDLELE1ttJT OF TaE IIUKMAlT COURIER= = 7 L = t IJ = H t vo= DRSMCFIL t DiSMUKES9 THE PAILLESS DENTISTSBest Work LCtve t PriceSmOFFICE OVER WILSONS BOOK STORE HOLCOMBE BUILDING EXTIIAITEJ WITI5WCT iIH PLwllJyi t aaarrdcar GEO H GOODMAN j I COM P A N Y 0INCOFtPORATEaD 0Distillery DISTILLERS S JLD ROCK WHISKEY No i i iil Districtj PO w kelsutl1 t3 Distributors of High GradeLour t t KcntueLv Po Rye and Bourbon Whisterto the Public t eld V d fA 0 Lf m A 6 a e Outrlu G so If Goodman President e i J G Goodman Secy 6 Trcas a i u Address all com nun c1tlons to a tPaduc3b Ky a t Gooclmaas U No 1 Ky Bourbon IjJ yrs oKl y2MO- t nr 2tt w 8 o- oj 3u u 010 3loO Jack Beam Ity Sour Mash 112 ni uld 32- i Moss Rose Wi kcy Til E P Y i 504 i Ilobcrtscn Cc Teuu Vln v r 1 fiJM 81 I I r Old Fox Ky Bourbon jjAK J North Carolina Corn Wi lSO IlI1Holland uln It tl L CallforuU handy to l n Apple Brandy tld1Peach llratulr tr JtI J Port Wine tv JJSherry Wine V 1ir to 11lllnckherrv Wine ti to I IdHhne1 I Claret Wine iiaU t j II jxr 1urtSs a a Nog KdS ShipIvH1 O In Mo t lUlst 11C com pan ail ordersI without partit iiav1 atis factury ctjiiinuivial shagt Ve cni slip from one gallon Uitwt ntv thous- andg l and air ILt mnvly running an I Dira lId lpniltthati enough11ei andrlir pKKls nort6 your pat rufage1 trial will rcplvIne you anjI if you art n prvfcctly sitisfiirt return rthds 9 at our cXhctatnd money a ill IK i1corfully 8 refunded jl RetajflSiit our rf jh nsil illtv we refer von u y m j- i chant or taut i thr tit of lja lucab Kjv i GOOnS AirtAvs sttimu SME PY oascit IS RHIEO We solllu i u llfortler n Gee H Goodman CompanyN- o 11552nd St Slf n of th Red Rod r iI rr ITOP1 Rt7rta 5Red Rock Rye or Bourbon XXX 10 years old 3SO express prepaid Red Rock Rye or Bourbon XX S years old 345 Red Rock Rye or Bourbon X G years old 310 Red Rock Vhiskey is sold only in full quarts in a plains thir H C oughly sealed case with no marks or brands tx indicate contents and f Is the only Brand on whirl we prepay express Especially rlI et mended for medicinal pUTpSt s IHII =x roriP = r Y t att1i tci 1n lilt Pacques Andirons Alarm Clocks Axlo Orea 3 Ash Cau Apple Parers Babbitt metal Batter Jlolds Bleycles I wino Fljurefi BaUl Tubs Brass Goods- DrolUo Clock- sDr1cabru Balances Bread Knlrrs Bar Supplies Dread Pins Coffee Sets tall Dishes Clothes hacksaw Bells Clothes Lines Glass Cream Freezers Coal Vases Coffee tinsCherry Seders Can Openers Cork Corn Poppers a lkc lJ- C t 4- Jl1 Gnat IIwJs slaws Colpcr KilUts C stern rvers tarp sm eper- Chand lters 3rTin tto- uit MiDi U 1iirirs ESS Iraters Dust tans Dinner Seta Dish Trays nor Mats Dairy cnvk lire Sdt Flower Puts Floor M Fire fruit Irons lly Traps long Belts irate Gain St is- aasotine Stov s Grain sofi s n Hariri ItHat Ijcts Hat t tt- Boltlay Goods v L i B i rte1I1bTIIeIJCi UaIl Lamps Itati tJT11I- II Dr ns Its lIJIce hkIre 1 rs Ironiig I arts Ie lAxa Jardtuu ns Unite Sfcrls Knife Grinders Kitchen Saxe Lardlrewrs Lamp rhlmmya Lawn wInc Settees PHILLIPSt BUTTORFFMFG NASHVILLE TENN LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MANUFACTURERS OF New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Ranges TINWAREPLAIN STAMPED AND JAPANNED STOVE AND COjUN- TRYHOLLPVARE MANTELS WGRATES DuXIll- CloUJcs 11111- 8Chambrr 11- sChafing Cut liillere Screens Jars- flutlna Fruit Presses Trivets Hammtrsllrltiii Lawn ILawfosI Lawn aos- LanlenlS Lamp Wicks Lavn ChaIrs Metal 1ollshes Mlllc Cans Metal Corks Mlllc Shaker Jlllk Strain nt 113t llprrsNutera kr Satm g Orators fill SIoqu- nyX Tables oil Cans 1ateut Pans c i Par toaw Zuu ps f Ijtat JlaiUera- ladl ks- lwSotrutlrry E tar itters- Itat Ttyps- t f Paht- 14lrIg ratoN Jtoach Traps Kulllnc not hiss Jal3- Smukrr SeUf Sbvtnc Seta Sam Sinew Steak Pwinders s wlD2 31clilne ShovelS ssteei Ranges Saulaf Fillers Scrub Druaht8- SUll1 Mills SriMura Steak Broilers Soap Racks Slop Cane Sewer Caps Tabl Cutlery Tea Brewers WHOLCSALC AND RETAIL e ASK YOUR DEALERS 0 WRITE FOR- CATALOCS AND PRICES Toilet Sets Toys Tea Sets- Towel Toilet Novelties Hollers Teapots Thermometers Tongs IrnsITmbrella Stands Vases ntilaum nm Sets Wooil Churns Wool Faucets Wattle Irons Water Coolers Water niters amt overythlue In China and Glass Wood or Tin Seim or Castearnfor Dining Room KUrtieilLaundry and Dairy UlTJlLITP8IISiMLTa RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Make pure rich bl impart Troubles 4gor THEYUEVER FAIL energyNoAstonishing and quick results They supply tin Nerves IJraln anti Blood wwith the IIIUM pUWtr EconccntrntroNatural Vegetable Tonic aregttioklyastimrlate l T turint Lost Vital- Ity naturally and Mnrtrn jm th prritft of th latest m t Tabletspcrmancntlv liCl TU I skillful awl learned niunh in ii iii andirc different fri m other riuutliscf thitlasaterla e Ica Thy u1 0 for1l tothytltntnlllllt it stronger every time used Thy liiit th M at of the tliMiiio anti net on the User Kidneys and Bowels andattheaawetime tonic up every andThtys r MjnhnnilInpetencyVertigoStVltvaufSnof s trii Paralysis and consumption Weak Women tlaAr e will bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces add plcii utt to life We could piv Thous and of Testimonials but your bet way is to try them W e refund the money iit n cure is not affected Try them and Ie yon Want jt you can have your money bnlk just for the asking Price takenttTilte Xrn Sole Agents for the United States 0 r rzsratatArarsn ar IIIUIOIAN WAGON CO 5jLNtirAtTcsrlts 1tI Till CELEUBATKit t 1 l I mtQ T- S31CK1VIAN WAGONEs j KENTUCKY RELIABLE === t R ILk3lR E V A 11DIi Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of tilt kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the ti err lowest th i market justifies ALL1 GOODS fOiMiUNTiinA8i i S lUPBRINTBD+ 1 i ROOFING A SPECIALTYI I MlCKMAN MARBLE WORKS ERTADLoIUED 185 TOM DILLON Sr Propr t Succeeior to D C lUiaag dJj Harbleand Granite Monuments OURJ3ING STO J VVOrtK of nil rin- dsirLltOY WNOINGcr o a Siokman Ky Slri am to sell to you it and test it if it is it at niy you is suil your W A Horribic Oni Of sores on my developed case of j C D bill of Morgan l completely her Its guaranteed cure for Lczemiia I 25 Pimples at Cowgill llrs THE PUBLIC e I am engaged in linei of buiiness at Union Term audcarr ataltime a large well assorted stock of Pure Whiskey as as all other goods in that respectfully eoliaitr k TRIAL ORDER WB WEBSTER SQECIAl OIERIrAR I and herobvofftryou FOUl Wh1skeyfori i proposeto marks contents When receive not satiaffti tory return e xpciisc anril will refund 300 thus most liberal tlTcr 1 await orders HTEliSTEK f break lame little ters heart into a scald head writS I j Calvelcured a I Tetter Salt Ilietuu Sores Ulcers and Piles Only j ceuts Cow f TO this I City s and Goo and well line and enabled indicate a tL dnuyh 1 Low Rtes to Texasi At free ent intervals ing 1901cr round durII viaTtheV I VP97I Belt Route j I U 7 from Cairo and lI t lemphis to points l r I hnArkansas Louts l Jana TexasandI Jrydiartnd OklI 7 2wmaiorTerntones tgreatly reduced ratesIi j ri11irftiIuswtltreyou want to po silo WI when you Would like to leave and writ j will ttell you when you can secure on1 willtesti schedule for the trip and an Investing i f little book A Trip to Texas ilI JJ- v Ir 5 ADun T p AJCWt ii- I li- tII tIII I I W laBUIME G P aTTi 5LU1 I J I IUoy For Sale I IGood Clover Baled Hay Apply to Jon D MATES a a SUrer and White Wyandotte The beauty and market Breeds Bred tor utility Eggs S150 per 15 3250 I per 150 Mug J W Jomf STO- SMayfield Ky T d TMWOECOFWOHES EXTENSIVE EXHIBITS TO BE MADE AT THE EXPOSITION Achievement of Women Will Be Shown Side fcr Side With Those u- lien ut the 1antwerlcanFund- f rumor IlaJldlntf For Headquarter olt the PaiiAinerkun Exposition us broad as poawlble und to interest the thou stuiJg of women In tbe Americas in the enterprise u Board of Women Iklaiiu ger i wits appointed consisting of Y representative women of Buffalo In addition to this the governors of the states and territories were asked to nominate two women each to act as honorary members of the Womens Board these nominations to Ihe ratified by the Board of Directors of the Expo sition The same request WM made of tbe other Ian Amerlcan countries AB a result of this request from the Exposition more than 30 states hathonorary member of the Women s Hoard and several PanAmerican coon trltH arc also represented The work of the honorary members supplements that of the local Board which has been divided into committees and Is now do- Ing I effective work for the Exposition I A distinctive point In the plan of tbe Exposition id that the various Industries conducted by women are to be represented by exhibit In the different beI properlye o women will be shown side by side wit those of mon This is the ttrnt Expo cI tion in this country vrimre guob aplaa has been followed and second It U void in the world The same art ng- I fl ment was followed most saccwsafully at the Paris Exposition It is in cooperation with the various divisions of the Exposition and with the committees of the 3den Boatel o Directors that the Board of Women Managers of the Pan American Expos tion is to a large extent to work Xbe following committees have been apI pointml Executive Entertainments and Ceremonies Flue Arb Education Clubs and Organizations Publicity and Promotion and Applied Arts The ma jority of the members of each commit tee belong to the Board of Women Managers but in a few instances ap pointments have been made outside 1 taking In those especially adapted to carrying out the work of the Womens Board To the committee on Enter talnmenta and Ceremonies tall pleasant task of ilooking after the 90 cial affairs of the Womens Board previous to and during the Pan Amer 1 jan Exposition arranging entertain ments of various kinds for the hon orary members of the Board who itsJ Buffalo and alao entertaining many prominent women who are to be 1 the city during the Exposition month A large number of conrentlona of w fr men Bee to be held in Buffalo during the Exposition but the Womens Board will not In any WAY be connected with the conventions although the commit I the on Entertainments and Ceremonies thdI K berg of the various organizations mtlt tug in tbe city PanAmerican year The women of Buffalo have la Kreral Instances extended Invitations to lead ing womens organisation to hot their conventions in Buffalo during the Exposition and with thi desire J offer every courtesy jjosatbfc UN comL inlttett on Entertainment and Cere monies will doubtltdo a great deal to make it pleasant for the visiting women during their atAy In Buffalo The co elites on Pine Arta of the Womens Board la cooperation wit hi k similar committee from the den Board of Directors will aaalat the DJ rector of Fine Arts la arranging for a representative exhibit at Buffalo of fb work of American artists The committee on Education wfllar range for a series of educational exhib its and possibly educational congr ExIt 1 theIW2ucaIr flop of the Womens Board is president of the Women Teachers AMoelation commodioult dola arranging a se ries of educational congresses In But falo during the Exposition although the work will not lle taken up by the Exposition Board Womens clubs and organizations have made tremendous progress during the past few years and the commute on Clubs and Organizations of the Wo mens Board will find ample opportune ty for bringing into prominence th work of the womens clubf the Americas especially showing the tre mendous advancement made since the Worlds Fair in Chicago In 1893 In response to many requests from womens clubs the committee on Publicity and Promotion of the Women Board has been doing a great deal of effective work In advertising the Ex position At several womens conven bone representatives of the Womens Board of the PanAmerican Exposition have appeared upon the programme and have interested in thus way huni dreds of leading clubwomen In the country Great enthusiasm Is shown by the clubwomen of the United States and Canada in the coming Exposition and in many towns PanAmerican clubs have been termed by the women rJ = ANNOUNCEMENTSCO- UNTY SUPT OF COMMON SCHOOLS i We are authorized to announce Mr EM METT W KOACU as a candidate for the ofCommonDemocratic MissDORAcl1ndidateforCommon Schools of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 6 1J01 FOR SHERIFF 5We are authorized to announce Mr W A NAYLCW as a candidate for Sheriff of Fulton County subject to the action AprilOthWe are authorized to announce GEOKOE CMtiKNTKit as a candidate for the of Lice of Sheriff of Fulton County sub ject to the Democratic primary elec floe to be held April Oth 1901 Wo are authorized to announce Mr F JfoBE WRIGHT as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary April 6 1101 FOJ COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce S D I eleetionfsubject to the Democratic primary lectloii to be held April Oth 1901 We are authorized to announce Mr thetI subjectItmary to be held April 6r 1901 WE are authorized to announce ARCH K BJIEVARD as a candidate for the of tice of County Court Clerk subject to thu Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce V41I BACON as a candidate for the office oft County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary to bu held April G 1901- FontJCtNTY ATTORXKT We are authorized to announce Mr HENRY jF REMLEY as a candidate for the office of County Attorney subject to the Democratic primary to be beld April 6 1901 1 FOIt JAILEK Ws we authorized to announce MR Jo Jsoojiox as a candidate for re election u1eto the office of Jailer of Fulton coun ty subject to the Democratic pnmar rtijiik s robe held April 81901 We are authorized to announce Mr W J Thomas as a candidate for the of lice of Jailer of Fulton County sub DemocraticJApril ttFORASSESSOR I We areauthorized to announce THOS H LA NOM as a candidate for the of tics of Tax Assessor subject to Dem ocratic primary to be held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce LUTHER WATSOX as a candidate for the office Tax Assessor subject to the Demo critic primary tobe held April 61901 We are authorized to announce A W CoitCM as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the Demo dcratio primary to be held April G 1901 We are authorized to announce R A BROWDER as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 lie are authorized to announce Bon HEXDRICK as a candidate for the of tice of Assessor of Fulton County cubs ject to the Democratic primary to be held April G 1901 i fcOUJJTY JCD8JC I We are authorized to announce HIRAM rrKEA1BY as a candidate for reelect Judge of Fulton county court esssssubject to action of Democratic prigI mary of April G 1901 Ware authorized to announce J F HAXESB as a candidate for Judge of the Fulton Court subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held April 6 1901 We are authorized to announce R S MURRELI ai a candidate for the office of County Judge subject to the Dem ocratic primary to beheld April G 1901 FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR We are authorized to announce to C HOLMES us a candidate for reelection to the office of County Surveyor sub ject to the Democratic primary elec tion to be held April 6 1901 eWe are authorized to announce Mr MORGAN DAVIDSON as a candidate for Surveyor of Fulton County subject primaryApril Aa Honest Medlclae fer Lagrippe George W Waitt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the worse sough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever 1 have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have all left me I congratulate the manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by Cowgill dt Cowgill Hickman and A If Shaw State Line Ky Ki Presk home mad eandiea at the Womane Exehange i