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F 1L c 4 LTHE H KMAtlrN j Ie1 r 0 r t f f J ji t ff p COURIERf J c fnS1 liTv Pot f j t TTY 1 f SYESir TERN KENTUCKY f EBRUrARY 7 1902VOLI XXXVII NO12 t c vt Everything at first Cost at Wilson s BokStor But for CASH ONLY M A I iLlt r- R SHAWS GREAT SEMIANNUAL CLEAN VP- r Paving the Way For a iNew start next Season i A i throughoutrii i y5 f MonthpjL J rii The effort uppermost in our minds just now and the purpose for which this I3t bl111etII1b is published is to reduce stock to a minimum be fore the season closes So as to make room for j thep arrival ofpring GOQ A 1QuudiJ10 ill of i gaends stray pieces and fragmentory lots in every de 1TteI1 1lh j edit 1 I eItl1t It 011of J t them Its the Stores stock reducings limet A i j i gtimec 1l I cl trading time for tIebu3 11bl1Ich prices j Ias we make shouldl keep customers coming and j I Itmerchandise going with such a volume of 1 rapidity ft j i ji as was never known at this season i r i 1VinleriniiI sacrificldErichI lowIj L 5BA0QYnrd I of new clean and fresh Embroideries worth from 25c the like of which has never been seen JOeto go attbis sale at per yard i i SPARE i A FEW MOMENTS AND INVES I4i C JIGATE WHAT iVE SAY a P i f r rt Jc c M B SHAWS SONSf j y1 fHI Mli N If iiENTUCKY1 I c it 1 iiJ i t1f 1 i Lf 1 I f f ftrt J y r t 4ft Iftli i It r HI iCAMPHOR EATING A FAD- camphorI n eating is said to bo a fad I ConntiyCeaminess to the skin and adds freshIn Old maids should invest by the gIODEIIrtro RSNIPING I Ii I here andtmoney energy ory of dead heroes and lost causes individualhsli fering with cold half clad hip is aUright perhaps but neroI gi I ring humanity should not be SLi POLITICAL + BATTlE OIkethuly andI i yesdet announcement o IheIM I I andGfortshellsbrni I DemocemuIPbeatOKl Wheeler Got Rid of ids Rhcuuia r tism nrjng the solalblearcmyhoofCIthofirjnf get I I Ftoadilyl i dCci I gillT I N BIGGEST EIHO J Baltimore American says that A al Deyieys verdict is having the iI big t echo n record Thero is no thSanSpIll US perfermcr when the atsful enoughrotnev any better stimulation tu the pU i of the country than the isinl IanlToltat IVthe area Uho Bureau i ha tli 0 lIultcl1 i M e HOW HOESf J HN LOJ ANiIUII 5 tSAID TO UK CUU W LEI T1 l A lfrHi f r d S Mr L tU tlf liiiiv- Ui I p sis i uiJII11l I K tovi IeIIf Piidjc ti tlo Piiivlmstt c11- ii h iljj Ivfiiivr tail pn 1 rlillt n unnluji Ti Jrfurs visa TliifirstaruuuchoslinkingL strengthColonelacquaintauccgenera knowhimslouch llituld cutaway frock coat olI uleclloululUllnttGlalcrllI uf in 1114 alpliat t stud 111 iliicc- o IhuGcdlr tlJ stfi I SU tlW w inl lake him fcr n jTcfpssioo il mui by Ili- iea 11IIi lit nI0 H In t 1IIc- j l kIincaj t I tlljJ1 of n veti rituiry l t i ierrlia xvinttn lor no a d1o iwao can tt- t j CARitGiF tTc S TON j Aidnw Ctr viiI IutR jy o ItII i un itrns ur iv i w d irl1t iJrian HId tin U lHII i against huiallcr nalifii s idc liter tt hirh wi3 rarutst a ilin Nlarkw i TIll killing of men under tho n one humantqwhat it iis or what is not permissibe jIIto l I thntIi can t warfareprogress the path of genuine ririlizition sis long as we can find no better substitnc for disputcithananotherAsi may stated that the nation which refuses I peaceful arbitration is responsible for I havingdonevaal Republic is responsiblofor the ex termination of a bravo and heroic peopleBut remember that we are today engaged in shooting down Christian Filipinos whose onlyI crime is that they believe in the declaration of independence Sad that both branches of the socalled most highly civilized race should be guilty of the most uncivilized crimes Let us all tOPas51mayup iu your mouth go at once to Cowgill Cowgill drugstore and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make yon well They also cure biliousness sick headache and constipation J t Y1 rCaJ t7tJws ICJLE AHJNrG I I BALmITO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING GOODS Bleached Domestic 4c per yard worth 6c Only 10 yards to a customer Goosl 5c Calico at 3ic I DRESS GOODS 3 Pieces of Worsted of 40 yards each worth 15c go at 80 per yard 2 Bolts of Worsted one of Red and one Purple worth 20c will be sold at 9c pet yard 25 and 400 Worsteds go at 15 and 2oc per yard oOij Cashmeres go at 37 1rBlue Tan Gray and Brown 60 and 75c per I 371Ito 100 per yard Flannel Waist Goods at 33Jc worth 50c per yard Ready made Flannelette Waist for 109 worth 175 Childrens Two Piece Heavy fleeced lined Underwear at35c Z worth GOc Gents Work Shirts go at 35 and SOc 35SS Mens Gloves at 25 33 up tlLOa worth 35 50 to 1150 Just received big lot of liens and Boys Caps which will I be sold at 15 to 35c worth 25 to 50c A Fine Line of Neckwear and Mufflers at Cost I will give you the best bargains you ever had in Shoes andIChildrens go at 22c per pair andIarIPlease Call goods and see proportionIII Men Storm Robbers i sgoing per With every S50D worth of Browns Shoes will be given a large of the United States and Territories ulzneap yards of 6 and 7c CALICO IGoing at 3 I2c SIMMONSZI fi L A if r MoB SAWS SONS HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THEv ERICANwDSTEEL AL- a EFIELDFENCE A YEM W ladetf largv strong wircshcavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contrac M din Only Best Bessemer steel wiressused t always of uniform quality s y Never goes wrong no matter rl j j i how great a drain ti- isputon pH it Does not mulilalc but dces eEtitntlj turn cattle horses hogs and pigs u 1 IOt EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturing Call lhge it Can showyou how it will save you itou7andiqsu+ jrourfields so they will stay fenced t Call aul S3 Our stock whild it is comp14Ee AT REST Ou Thursday Jan 23rd 1002 tho sleuth uugel visited our midst and claimed as its victim Robeua Leffsato GlJd Well aged 25 years 9 months and 11 days She feil a victim of that dread d disease cousumptioii but bore h r KiilfrrinK with Christian fortitude aud bjwiiij in humble submission to the will of Him who douth all tiling wellWords are inadequate to express our sorrow in this sad affliction but we igrieve not as those who have no hope in the resurrection morning we shall meet We have covered her face with tears we have called her name without any reply Ahwo did not know we loved her so there is a vacant chair at the fireside there is a new made grave in the cemetery there is an aching void in our hearts all these belong to Miss Bena Out of the shadow land into the Sunshine Cloudless eternal that fades not away softly and tenderly Jesus hath called her Home where the ransomed are gathering today But God knoweth best Twos He who gave the call He took the gentle soul to rest He careth for us all fc She leaves an aged lather and mother a husband two children and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss One who loved her t Uearyt j Something That Will Ile Toa Guest We know of no way In which xe I can be of more service to our reader than to tell them of something that will be of real good to them For this Treason we want to acquaint them with r what we consider onejof the very heat remedies on the market for nought colds iiml that alarming complaint croup 1Ve r fer to Uhumberlaiiii Cough Rmed1WIi have edit with such good results in our family BO lonerthat it has become a household necess anydoubtprevented croup The testimony is given upon our own ezperiepce and we suggest that our readers especially those who have small children always keep it in their homes aea safeguard against croup Camden 80 Messen ge For sale by Cowgill A Cowgill WHY NOT HItKMlM At a meeting of the city council Mon RichardHfllearygo to St Louis and confer with theofficials of the St L I M s Rj buUdincaline i uatiColumbus Critic I Raw Ides PatUnai I0c RWL ly1fi I s f ft4 f 1 I i HIGKMAN COLLEGE 1 1 1a list of the best Tf i IiI1 g c40L- fi partParkSeayTiyndsHnnziker Tke ekes of the second year is given aa far as the examination has been takes Arthur Hemming Bufle Bruer Annie Blliaon Maybell Fuqua Mabel Reeves etelleReanneaB yearIaaFrank Reid Mildred Samage Golder Johnson Katie Luns ferd Carlisle Rice 4hth Grad Ukarlea Brown Idle Hale Addle Mur TelljRiYers Caritt Imo Moore Dave Cerra fivuth had Hub Flemminf Louise Atwood WilliApizth iliii4dBaaaell Johnson Fannie Kearby t HubbardTieforla CreasonDeaele i little lftlsOr s Margaret Fnqna Lizzie Cornet Lil Hen Cheat Ida Stahr Pauline Beck man Baael Adams naiFourthFrank Smith Lola Griffeth Warre- Ellison Hayelle Johnson Maggie Le mRieennThirdBrodie Ovarton Anderson Brow lIilryOTo Parenls andGuardians Ae m arison of the per cent with these of lasU quarter will shrw tiie oetof ikoae Who made high marks higberTj eBgntuJLation is that some of those whe were tow iftst quarter have made good l proTementsn Ther are ye t ethers who fall to do the work assigns- IBy tha teaehere who come to clan I without pioper interest In additio- SOL of these are very irregular in atteBdaoca None ot these need ex peel pnrsieticn Bntil their parents awakn10 larger interest No pupil WB waJEkSthe streets most of the time evt of fekeol erer attains advanced UBding in any school The eamn ie trae fpupita who Tisit or receive hjariagoughtItferied of tinge It is impossible to I soaks aeheol out of children whose ttesgkts and occupation live in other direetieBS All the combined power j requirejaisHjUBtioa visit the school and en ejBln Bftev yout children watch tne ceyerl area and let your children how tkt yen eo heQIc e- fngn 1r atly do tthe second fire months over three BBBdnd children haying entered The hOlleful1tTIIheal etenti Please help them in trey feasible way We hope for it we JMt1 for we feel sure that you gels YBBT children more than any that heritage more than business atare IBBB pleasure more than nIl Wealth Respectfully ti A LinkI ROYAL PALACE WILTs BVBItfER MISS ROOSEVELT IF SKI TOES TO CORONA J TION La ONrtIpondlnt N Y World TU ofclt4 aDBotnclmeotthat Mies A1S KeeMTtlt WM likolj to accom 101 the apeclal BDftNey to the coro excitinguIt fe fMUd that Whitelaw Reid AB w bysaabutlis 2oovlts presence would be 4 artietilarly agreeable to him and un quastMBBbly would be kighly 8ptiadSraa VM lAbft Roosevelt inquiredgKingshoneheldyrtMO Government what would be UM starts of IfIM Roosevelt if she at tai the teronation unomcialJyIftttt the Presidents daughter on the crownipIsoed at lh voronation ceremonies butUtIIattrflIbMtkwiB Jail power to the daughter preMIMii quelefIf tM Kiof bee aes ware that fltntdM Roosevelt ia willing that his ReedaMhospitaUetPresidentweldpntrtkatMs specialwTIE STMK AND THE BABY a heardHn wket origintaller i in in ja wherelDthe1rrainylaeeayres a lsek lea From the iia t TT tba cloud comna forth the whotomtka MTfanBaB belief among chil s I aiorln catty babes from the MIDb 1IMm4 aaBaUirsd bola it ia oaly born at putsk4U t1 ISLANDS FOR UNCLE SAM After we had reconciled ourselves to an indefinite postponement of the pur chase of the Danish Wilt Indies tbe- nen cornea from Copenhagen that it is definitely decided that the Islands shall be 4M That shows the good sense on the of Denmark The Islands are no of any use to her and they are Scanvalue to us is principally in the direc bon of keeping undesirable neighbors away As far as the islands themselves advanIragesare now to be found in Porto Rico When we get them no doubt we shall make them a useful naval base They will constitute our fartheret out post in the Atlantic as far east of Key West as New York is east of the Mississippi They will command the entrance to the Isthmian Canal whether it be at Nicar agua or at Panama MKINLEYS ADVICE oPossibly the men now in possession the Government of the United States o not like to hear them but it is whole some as a general proposition to print quotations from the speech made by President McKinley at Buffalo the last of his life Mr McKinley said Our capacity to produce has developed so enormously and our products have so multiplied that the problem or more markets requires our urgent and immediate attention Only a broad and enlightened policy will keep what we No other policy will get more ani8essseutial to the continued healthy growth of our export isnCongress keeping now Notice was given about the time Congress aseem bled that there would be no change in tariff policy which was equivalent to saying that no attention would be paid PresidenttJ The talk about continuing the McKinley policy was insincere A mutual exchange of commodities is close to the principle of free trade Lifedbopna 6koleton tt writes Mrs W Watkins of congbetinI meat for several weeks grow worse KingsNewour darling was soon sound and well We are sure this grand medicine saved is life Millions know its the onlyfm alltguarantee satisfaction 50c f100 Trial bottles free INDIANdIn an article on Why thd Ne 1gro Has Triumphed Over the In dian Boocker Washington makes an argument which is doubtless satisfactory to him and which is probably true and logical for the moat part but in it occurs this sentence The Indians and the negroes met on the American continent for the first time in Jamee town in 1619 Both were in the darkest barbarism There were itwenty negroes and thousands of Indians At the present time there are between 9000000 and 10000 000 of negroes and 58866 of In dians EIfinaccurate in other matter as it is reQringand the negro did not meet on this continent for the first time at Jamestown in 1619 There are not betweent 9000000 and 10000000 negroes in this couutrybut 8840 70 1T 1 J negrodecent1900 Instead ot there being 58 06 Indians there were in 1900 2266760 The number of Indians in 1890 was 273607 While exact figures are not obtainable it maybe stated withevery presumption of truth and fact that there are nearly as many Indians in this country to day as when Columbus first landed At the outside the number of American Indian probable never at any time exceeded 350000 There were about this number in 1871- ccording to Government estimate In that year there were on the res crvations 237478 This did not include 50000 Alaska Indians and about 50000 Coraanches Apaches J Ka jkapoos etc In 1855 the number ot Indians was estimated by the Government at 350000 Formerly there were many tribes many of which have disappeared while others have shown growth A tribe that could muster as many as 3000 warriors was regardedas i powerful tribe The famous battle c of Emuckfau and the Horseshoe ere fought by Gen Jackson with scarcely 2000 men and the latter i battle in which only 900 Indians were engaged 750 of whom were killed or drowned ended the Creek war the power of the Creek nation and as a matter of fact the power of the Indian tribes in this country The aggregate number of nllII theimliansin all the battles of we have any account does J not indicate the Indians ever at any time existed in such large c umbers as ileommonlYluppoHd I M 1EIIIMIIr l I BAriR1 HICKMANw KENTUCKY r Capital Stock paid in50OOOand Undivided Profits 20000 TermActerespectfully o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o TSONCnsbierCresident AMBBRG Asst Cashier HIOKJHAN WAGON CO UANUFACTUKEKN ut THE CEItnnrED BZeZl4tf WAGtO Sn SHERIffS TXS lEr1I 1 will offer for sale at the l urt House in Hickman Ky on MON AY I FEBRUARY 10 1902 begiunint at 2 p rn the following named pro rtytI or us much thereot as is neceesa to pay all past due taxes State Co and towit School penalty and cost w ntyII IIICKMPRECINOT- Armstrong Chas 1 town lot E 5 14 Ballard Joe 1 town lot 4 01 Cane Elizabeth 80 acres land 4 85 I Carpenter Mrs O J99 acres land 15 20 Ilunzicker A J 7 town lots G 19 Kercher Mrs T 1 town lot 9 28 Lacy Mrs Sue 1 town lot 2 30 Morris S P 80 acres land 5 89 Scott A B 50 acres land 6 90 Summers Jim 10 acres laud 3 71 Thomas Mrs C R 80 10 02 Vincent J 0 60 acres land 3 W Werner P J 1 town lot 2 20 Wilson Mrs M T 4 acres 1andS 9C Williams J R 1 town lot 8 19 Wilson G S 93 acres 8 CO mCKHAi COLORED LIST iHal Barnes 1 town lot 2 95 Tom Brown 12 town lots 5C3 Brown Brewer 1 town loti40UAnderson Brown 1 town lot 373- A Colliers heirs 2 town lots 342 Emily Caldwell 1 towr lot 383 Harvj Fowler town lot 83J Frank Garnon 14 town lots 447 Lon Love 1 town lot 384 Rube Meriweather heirs 1 ot 303 Ad Plummer 3 town lots 487 Royal 2 town lots w 381 prRChas B Wilson 1 town lot 376 Martha Wiley 2 town lots 847 Felix nCyVi ilkerson 1 town lot t 333 CJLYCK PKEOUJCT- f j S Newgent 44 acres land f822 L B Smith admr H E Smith DO acres land 9 SON E Sweat 1 acre land 4 65 Mrs Dr F P White non resident 1 town lot in Jordan 2 39 B W Bynum 89 acres land 16 61 Hildred Clark 2 acres land 2 00 W S Crostio 230 acres land 48 43 W A Edmonson 1 town lot 5 32 H T Elam 5 acres laud 123- Tom W Jackson 37 acres land G 16Np W Johnston for wife non resi dent 72 acres land 9 80 Mrs J E Underwood 40 acre of land 4 84 CATCE COLORED SASSAFRAS KltXJE Barney Jas SO acres land 003 George J Tom 80 acres land 6 06 ujPiercecrStonej 84 acres land 3 13 spWalkerWalker B R agt Thos Rand 125 acres land 3 99 Lawson Alex col 80 acres land 7 34 J T STUBBLEFIELD ExS F C MARDI GRAS HALF RATES VIA MOBILE OHIO RAILROAD The Mardi Gras Carnivals at New Orleans and Mobile are earlier this longerMerrimenthold full sway in New Orleans and Mobile from February forth to the eleventh You ought to gothe rates are tow enough For full particulars and descriptive matter write Jno M PassengerAgentGeneral Passenger Agent Mobile Ala iiucklins Arnica Salve c compoundinpains Cures cuts heals burns and Bruises subdues Inflaniation masters yearlyWorks t payI 1 c- r andISterling Silver Ware Cream Ladles Sugar Shells c was 184Inies 165i275 ontheseWILSONS BOOK STORE fS ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE StLouisweffortscontiguoustoengage attention ManufacturingSites andthe1 everycountypassThelmnnngement1 all who orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale tothepricesmustI of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling land to im speculativeprices AatJ B KILLEBRBW Industrial and Immigration Agent F SMITH Traffc Manager NASHVILLE TENN INSUREIN THE l IIUTIA IJ IJB1IF1VLtIII 1 jl INN1RANGB CO JERSEYEstablished antages of a policy in the mutual Ben elfit are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which be used to reduce premiums or in ease the insurance or convert the pol icy into an Endowment payable at a ecified and gradually diminishing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time alter two years premiums have been paid 3 NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travel or occupa flea after two years 4 INCONTESTABLE After two years 5 INSURED ANY CHANGE BENEFICIARY 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY IN SUREDAfter having failed to pay the pre jjforvied aa the value will carry ft provided gtwoAll this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of xpe se and its large dividends com mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT aufl you will be CON TNCEDof its worth SPECIMEN POLICIES and any desired informa ion will be Tarnished by R T TYLER AGTa L o i II ill E iLJ 1IJ Aft= Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds ufIard are which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies =A AUJ GOODS GUAItt11T 1 ll lS8 llHPUESUNTED ROOFING A SPECIALTY TIIUOUUII SLE lEns Vii MOBILES 01110 It It Between St Louis and Now Orleans paStiuJacksonvilleOn R I JOHN RINGWOOD I I CamzialElstlebrl QXQooiEl Eastt Hicta i II I Keeps all kinds of Groceries and I Family Sugl liesiji I BUTTER EGGS CHIOKENSIA I v Goods Delivered Free Telephone Xo 80 Tinit er Hire thorlouwith R B Brevard Roofing and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B BitKVABn THE ORIGINAL EXPANSIONIST I There has been a studied effort I the lReIiulilieauiartleaders to be considered the original expansionists Not a patient moment has been given by these laterday saints to the early history and the indubitable evidence which attaches itself to the earliest and most important territorial acquisition ever made by the United States St Louis is on with her proposition to corn memo rate the centennial anniyer sary of the purchase of the Louis Country This acquisition more importantthan nil others and it is a comforting reflection to know that Thomas Jeflerson the great apostle of Democracy was the author of the movement which resulted in the acquisition of that vast possession In J 786 twelve years before he was elected resident on the 25th day of January of that year when in Paris he wrote to his friend Archibald Stewart and said Our present Federal limits are not too large fur good governments Our Confederacy must be viewed as the next from whichall Northand South is to be peopled We should take care not to think it for the interest of the continent to press too soon on the Spaniards Those countries cannot be in better hands My fear is that they are too feeble to hold them till our population gainit I I THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN ST LOUIS AND JACKSONVILLE ST LOUIS AND MOBILE ST LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS- ASK FOR TICKETS VIA M 4 O A Legacy of the Grip Is often a run down system Weak less nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered ivcr AQd kidneys often tollow an at ack of this wretched disease The reatcst need then is electric bitters the pleaded tonic blood purifier and reg KidneysThousands uphespirits after an attack of grip If suf erinp try thorn JDaly 50c Perfect satisfaction gnaranteSl by Cowgill Cowgill Vices Smashed on W lIPper 2 cents roll and up Wilsons Book Store CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate you or tike more pleasure in try to please yon than we old reliable R U OALDWELL WILL OaowELt DRS lK DAVIDSON Jel1tistHIOEMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill S Oowgille Urn Store O E EAKER- General Grocerg Powell Block Clinton St ofJbaTe all old friends to call Fresh goods and Choice Bargaina Cash Boot Store i Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BEKENDES Co TB WBBTB T r TB MlLL Nun lallyts Candies Reigers CALIFORNIA PEKFUiMES FO1Z SALE BY Old bmil1ovit DRUGGISTS OALti COALVII Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied by CASH or paid for on deliv ery will have FIRST ATTENTION sd ALL GRADES OP STEAM COALS Ales A Paris Son GABUTHERS BAKERY ANDICONFECTIONERY t t FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES CLINTON STREET i IIICKMAX YEYrl1CYr Telephone Number 90 MORE LIVE ARE SAVED wJT USING Dr Kings New Discewy FOR f Consumption COIhSH CINs Than By All Other Throat AaaV x Lung Remedies ombiut his wonderful medicine aoaHIvafy cures Consumption Cough CaMe tiereverPleurisySore Throat Croup and WhoaatHg a FAYWwe COWGJLL CQWaiLL t t Jt 1V- a f I 7 m ANNOUNCEMENTS pan CONGRESS 1 We are authorized to announce aUfuE L CROSSLAXD of hares county as u candidate to represent the 1st Cot inftfiajonal District in the Lower House of the next Congress of the United State His candidacy is subject to the action of the lJcmocrntic patty CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR 11t So far in adrance Kentucky hag five candidates for the Democratic now i nation for Governor announced by the own authority or that of their friend J G W Bcckhura for re election Robert J Breckenridge ex GeneralHenry Walersou editor of the Con 4icrJourl11k John K lleuilrick ex Congressman Jim D LJlaekexCongresdnian THEY ARE CANDIDATES Judge Jo Rubbins hiu himself us a caxuldtile fur Judiru of t1 Court of Appeulii Judge Juntas I Iicaaudidat pteseutineuutt ent is iiteou n for leetuiioa The frieudI of these gentlemen indulged the h 0that the Lit District vroulil have but one candidate but the fight is now It U expected that there will be several t other candidates from this Appel District COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS fliclftnan Ky Feb 3 1902 Council met in regular session Present Mayor Dillon Councilm Reeves Cowgill Swajne and Lcdfordl a Minutes of Imjt regular meeting n- l read and on motion approved aerudd signed The following accounts were presented properly approved anti motion allowed and checks urt1 N issnsd for awountByTom pav FiUCGravel 22 Arrests G Bickntnn EvJttn 20 MOSS presentsfollowing t the Marshal Clerk and Treasurer Tom Dillon Jr Marshal Gene fund and Water cork and Electric light Bond at count I T I Dr 05tomittl 43 75 a fMax for 1900 fi8i9 32 s oinitd for c 55 72 M 4 It R tax for 1809 45 00 I r tax for 1901 5299 53 i omitd list 81 61 i R R tax 1900 37 50 S1705C 53I Cr 1 1ByAmt delinquent 93ByAlf hammock 1 50 1 By Amt commix fJ3 i Minus 1R09sitly f I y Il Bc Hj Amt delinquent 1DDt 9 list 1900 105 CG By Amt conunisionsv 85By65By92By7gBy50119311765729Amt 29By Water C light accountDr To Amt collect 1901 3724 21 CrBy16Amt75 collectionsares H C Helm Clerk General Fund DrrTo Amt from license Ac Itt01rrG9 20 BaByj 46By71769Bat17 1 03CityDr c + To Att rents 1901 20Cr J J 86By8407 17c Bal hand 03WGeneFundral 1 t DrTohandJan 76Tota all sources fi093 60 6494 26 Y Crby24320BaUoi102 06WaterVMcotuat t- I V Cmv 8 Ana M Jaff 1 r t 1 M01 183637 a iorToAiltreceind from 3070a83 111 IrB Atutinterest 00Bal20Jt02 33CollateDr TofAsat bal Jani 1901 39 SO To drat received from K H Isler trnetee 1500 00 11539 SO Or t By andihterettpaid i 76Baldo 1902 r 05ToacCOuutDr To balls Treasury jan 81ToC rkySf1ts t431 Q cr By Amt paid outfor sl yo ches 393 75t BI pa hand Jan 20 1902 37 87 t J wCOWOILL of Y4dk i a fiaance Cod I d s fo i i L1 r K i1rl I I On motion the foregoing reports thereI recordpublished 1j The Clerk presented the following finlncinl report of the city for the year 1901 to wit UESEUAL plXl ACCOCXT To asnryJau S 403 70 To anti reed of Mar I shal on taxes 3918a- tntTo recd of Mar 1 1T Bhul on lines ur i0 amt recd ou Dom et+ rv account 180 20 To Ktnt reed of Ulsrk fur licence 7t 71 trru anti vets d of HiOk- rano 13 mk on sizes 26J 50 To eiit redo Farm ttttaeyrorlati fI JC5 00 ToU11 r coipts fur this xrruut 5IP OS By lfl3 sale stair 4 7240 printing 781W Itearc to Keith Simmons and Co Jur uuse 10 Oa Bv IHnrnuti on Pow 1 I jODIUtr 3rr ctNt JMWO 00 0 Buric ou tnnm 1 and aaiu3J foiSaie 44t i Wetiv TdXfn rn i l W 715 4uti By o Ilartsp3il 5M 75 olllCeraattr Ian 0 00 By limrd of Eqniliza liou nlary IS 00 By Smoke stack std lumber 246 V By tt4Supplfrs1t 70ulrests4n 00 00dRouiovmK nuls 50anBy lnit credited on errcr bjiuk bonds 60 00 Amt credit on City note of H A 05IJler 241 01 ODBy Mis colIJ aneons UDclaims 856 45 55311503 Bil to credit this ncct 504hl02 WATlm Axe LtOItT Born AccoalT Treasuryrat S2G3rte SSl175To00Totnlrcceipts 25By1800IJaI 00 jtit closb of year 1S01 371 25 ConLEOE BOYB ACCOUNT To hat Treasury Jan 1 1901 30 SO atnt reed of Col 1508Total00 nc nrit 1il 9 tcJ3honUs paid e1003 1 T51979Balat close of year 1901 05CITYTo TreasuryJau I 49Arno i CityClerk 81TotalI accbnnt 431 62 20000Amtpaidon 7brepairs on Hall 13 25 I insurance on Hall G6 00 75Butj I c at close af year 1901 37 87i The following statements show that 1 there was in the Treasury at the clo of year 1901 a Bal GenFund t 02BalW W bond 371 Bal to credit College 05Balt CityHall 87thisof 978 There has been paid this peCollege1 BonoV leaving 13 College Bonds and 15 Hall Bonds n npowhich bThey standing are the 30000 thirty year Water and Light Bond upin which E paidThe of t City other than that heretofore state estimated in all is about 875000 OOnordered published and filed 2 t iustrucsagew and Merchants Bank for 10571 reforMayor Dillon reports that he has clos tho trade with MrJessie Tams for 5 acres of land fcr Cemetery purposes for the Bum of 500 And that he had np onTheinstructions from the council borrowed that sum to be used iu paying for saw and executed citys note therefor direcfayt ytentsto clean up and move all trees a- rubbery ndbysh broken down in or area 1 their grounds in said Cemetery nt once Motion wits made and carried direct ing all owners of property within thencity to clean up aud remove all trees pisestofireso the Marshal was instructed tod entirelyOu was instruct ordiunncc Tho city council of the City of Hick man Ky do ordain as follows Sec sojoson not an passengerthe 2anyon 1 ay railroadk within the limit the City OtHickmau Ivy and any Iiu1tuBell on dollars to be asBwed conoft half 0J1r RYL PTT= V PTO= y roL I UIU I I t have just received IIaof goods i order that customers can do theirI 1Ye1 iuII sprin c lilhU earl I If 1 1NEi GINGHAMS I PERCALES 1 1 ANDl CALICOES l t j NEW EMBROIDERIES and LACES f 1 1NEW WHITE GOODS t 1 j i Const ling of i t1 i INDIAll- i I LLd Nii 4 PLAIN NAINSOOK1 tJ LONGCLOTH t 1 CHECK NAINSOOK f llPEHSIAN DIMITIES LAWNS BIQDES 11j rlWHllEMADRAS ETC n f1 f1Do not failf 110 setsoll lint of Lace Em 1broider and White Goods they are the I prettiest aud cheapest fvershown inHickman 11 t t tIBALTZER I j DODDS 1 Fl- r f fiLf Vy rC jl w L I rue following orflmauees wore intro dated rend sad on motion orded pub lishod nnd lay over wail next regular eeting ue1T oltnl ACRiThe city Council of the city of Hi 1 ht witThatsale within tho qty ot Jlickman our fresh meat xt1 iwultry lish garnet sausage hackho or ribs or the whole tartar of a hog unJ sold to a licensed butcher without first obtninittg from tiff city Clerk u liven tlO to do and juiylmji Thirtysixllollarsi uotocons under this ordttanco shall be isiup11f1 for a shorts timv than three inonflis uJuts proisiollsof a sdemwuior and upon conviction shall be tined not les than thirtysix nor more than one hundred dollars herewithSlrepealedTOM ltorIJ The city council of tho city of Hick witSecfor boltnany of this oily unless it bo when the ground is frozen hard or covered with up tornbyseSec w Any person violatingI thisI Ordinance shall bo deemedgnjlty+ of a inthotwentyn5offenseTo orHThe City Council of the City of Hick man Ky do ordain as follows to wit 19Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any rson to place or cause or perniittao placed by any one in their employ innany trash leaves tin cans store unsightly ILSecthisha adacdupon conviction in lessthant thandeveryoffense I Sec 3 Every twenty four honrs said person permits said article to main in violation of this ordinance shall be deemed a separate offense i TOM DILLOX SaMayor H C HELM O O City Council of the City of Hick kiteIt toAj J open the door enter or molest is way any Hose Cart House or the nnyJJ thereof in this city except it beI order of the Mayor Supt of Water I orfwlenSec 2 say one violating this ordi mssdemeanor I Court skull be Lined not leg than I dollars or more than twenty five and the cost for every offense c TOt DJLIOX SR Mayor H C HELM O C The Clerk reported that he had ex forr city cemetery havingIpt receipt for 520 payment for same lIoUloReid161ytwodcedsone ortEisu of aidlotjsize of half lot Oby 13 ftJ if LIJhti faHal in Treasury Jan 1 8 OS 75 Amt collected for W L revenue 107 CO Amt collected for ma terial and repair 4G SG 62821 Paid CT C Duck 83 per mAGPaidpairs stud Supts COlD I vJ011lJttiTOM DILIOX Ju Satyr The Supt also filed G O Bucks c ce 55pontr Heport of Marshal for Jau 1102 1 ui1oUoI UeoUacerSbCuteO TOM DILLON Jit O M Report of Uity Treasurer forJan 1902 OEX PUVD Accouvr To bat per last report 504 02 amt paid in by Tool 21Toi C Holm 33 tt- M n 5ByBal to credit this acct234tsYj WATHH AND LIOIIT BOXDACO nOT J 25ccawl paid by Tom Dillon Jr 899 OS v Bal to credit this acct 8127033 CITY HALL ACCOUNT To nil for last report 37 87 byHC 1190 77KbBond Acct since last report bal 65 05 TOnadjouruedEI FANCY NORTHERN CLOVER SEED AND CHOICE OATS AT- ELLISONS The sensational report published ini papers as to some misfortunes befalling Mr Victor Amberg who is on a hunt hapIplSome peoplo in Lako County are i rebellion against the 4 wire fence recently decreed by tho County inIIsties and are not only cutting the as fast as put nb but post notices ono will be permitted to stand 500 VANTEDJJ Wo want our sales to reach 250000 during January See the ads in this betteritillI ves WILSONS BOOKSTORE o XOTItE TO FILE CLAIMS agaiustheare notified to file the same proven as the law requires ou or before March 1 1902 or same will be barred Also persons indebted to said estate will please call and settle B MOOREIIAdinr Peter George dec d Utekman Ky Jan 17 1Uq2 jr 1 I w bb v Sc Jbbibbkbh J f STOCK REDUCING 1 Q I SHOE SALE I I l t 1 OUR BARGAIN COUNTER I LOADED WITH 5- i GOOD THINGStt ITo close out at about ONEHALF We will give on purchases from priCCIIar stock of 300 to 500 worth any shoes on the Bargain IW are 0gut raakijig COlulterII 2onall grades Iof Heavy Goods Furnishing Goods Caps Duck Coats and especial7 our underwearIIHeavy Jersey OverShirts cut IHIgulnrToo heavy flee ed Undershirts to 39cIICareful buyers come again anda 0good shoesr rtuHmtIi I twill pay you to see te many bargains S I IfJI j r ECtf t rAYrQEt = J J e t- e I I J 4 TVI- NOROCERIES r 3 1 7 oAJ ijJ Go whore they nil go who want FRESH GOODS the LO VRSP PRICKS TO t Rogers ThrelkeldsTJPTODATJEW- irrixos aaOCEEtY J OLD STANDGoods Delivered FreeMEATSClinton Street Telephone ltI I W itso WEESTiJ I I IJiNE WE 3RIESII r u WINES BXiNDlSJ AND CUHS I A SPEOIALTYOP JUG TRADE 1 GIVE YOU THE BEST VALUE FOR THE 1 MONEY UNION OITY5 r 1 TENNESSEE dI HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ctTtlZI TicD lSi TOM DILLON refPPropr F Sttcc sor to 0 0 lUtiuge dccJ ci oJ Marble aniand aii OURJ3IN GSTONE WORK of all Kindt o IRON FBJTOrNa et V f Siokman Ky ilJ 7j 5 5 y j F4r i + i- tyf 4 I urL7nII r- y c i- I 4ti fo = T ri 1 j r i Y F4 r 1 7 CAN YOU USE A FINE OVERCOAT OR J A STYLISH DURABLE WINTER SUIT L 4 IIer1perhaps opportunity waiting chance overcoat qualities caTYtlwt3tthem invested occupied phcEBpfoI hinder anybetterthem at a prlee starts this morning 01 Come prtpnlpd1 1 buy BrIng your money Much or ri Tell about i opporttUlltNOTE THESE PRICES JSte Our Finest OverDi3 ln11 J1U1U I x S 850OVERCOATS FOR 550 Mens 10 Suits for y 6050ii y Mens 2 Pants for ft 150I- Qf a These are but a few sample pricesProgressProcureover the Assortment Broken e r = x i IIf ELLISONS N C ST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE HIOKMAX 205 p m No9 Leaves 53L icares1No 700 a m 55 Leaves ARRIVE 140 pmNo 4 Arrives 720Noa in UIrettII I 1llt tit 1t t z+ r I 011111x+ fit 1 Iln1ht ti 4Hoa +4 4- u New Idea Vatterns lOc at S HAWS Elder Dabney will preach at tho Christian church next Sunday The Hickman County and Clinton Democrat have consolidated Mi Embroidery club meets with Mrs v GhasBaltzer this evening Jiiss Willie Belie Ridler of Nashville r I fjfill visit MissBcssie tillS week s jiii 40000 reward is offered for the fiend ti khoset fire to the Beasley lilock Ful tfoDlast week 0- dl 1tI L A good many cotiples chaperoned by tlKr and Mrs TT 5waynot attended a t balll in Columbus Tuesday evening JsrMr Arthur Shaw of Stat Line is spending the week in Nashville having gone to attend the Schley celebration R The Tennessee State Democratic con tention is to meet in Nashville May 29th and the Judicial conventioa n o May 30th The residence of Mr Wm Stalir iir Hickman caught on firo Monday but was extinguished any greatt sf damage was done Several prominent men have late NBtn4RS of that sort fromk u II thoughDid see the ground hog last Sun lay and if you did did the ground ho eiits shadow We think it did and tfce will bo six weeks mere of winter r Sheriff Geo Carpenter passed thro liboiiTille last Saturday in charge o a ggta Gray a negro avomaa conictec 5 ellNllllit diamonds from lfulton par v Jff i ts s F J 1 I r I is tho you have been for a to buy best suit or you have ever worn for than a man ever paid for similar It iis uufonu for what they are worth but there are too many of too much money too much room In our lusincss there must prepare for another Th so goods are in our way they Sale ill to with you little friends ft I i line and c I tiI News French called before the less Miss Mary Noonon left Monday morn ing for Fulton on return to her home in Colorado Springs Colorado There is very littlo doubt as to what will become of Admiral Schleys appeal but there is stilt no doubt nt all as to who was tho real hero of Sintiago The Hon R J Breckinridjre will give np the office of Attorney General April 1 ahd will resume his Inw practice at Danville Ho will also prose cute an active canvas for Governor There is a bill before tho Kentucky legislature to license hunters If the law dooiiit fully explain what a huiitsr is it will prove a loud letter Webster gives at least six definitions to the wordDid yon ever realize before what a necessary luxury the telephone has become A fellow may grope in dark ness or borrow a lantern when the electric light goes out but to bo depriv ed of the convenient tingaling Capt Will Strong formerly of Hick man who has been iii char o of the Paymaster Department U S Army at Havana Cuba since the American occupation has resigned that position and has accepted one iu a New York houseIt suggested that the depopulation of France might bo checked by basing the right of suffrage on babiesone baby one vote two babys two votes etc JThe idea is not half bad but it would come protty near disfranchising tho wealth aud intelligence of La Belle Franceit not bo long now until Cubas first president Senor Palma will b inaugurated In due time and ate not long tho Island will become part of America by annexation These two things seem to be only certain consequences just now Our friends need not rejoice so muchh over Schleys declaration that he wants no civil otlice Ho has never turned a deaf ear to the call of duty and it may become his imperative duty to hold a high civil office There is a man in St Louts who Js going to have a street through his house The Wabash railroad claims StoLonis claims the other part lIe refuses to move and tho city proposes to run sidewalk through his house This will be a sidewalk house or a house sidewalk we dont know which The county court of Lake adopted the four wire fence Jim for that county Tenants aro not rijLSed us it will nott allow their hogs to run at large 10 get f the benefit of hickory nuts and acorn of which there is enormous yields Tin matter will perhaps be tested in the courts J + CoughRomedvno hesitancy iu sajiug that it is the best remedy for coughs colds nnd familyIdente in this RemedyMN 1 A bjCosgillaGET a free simple of Chamberlains CowgillCto take and more pleasant in effect than pills Thou their us is not followed by constipation an is often the ense with piUs Regular size 25c per boy Rev H M Stoidley will preach at tho C P Ohnrch Sunday morning auc evening Everybody cordially invited 11 IIYe our have Line entire jjust of- EMBROLERiE5S r r ceiYedII and would be in u c hI I Ipleased to have you come andsee them I This is to be decidedly an Embroidry anWhite Goods season and we byomaking our purchases Q early and in large quan 1 titles in order to secure f the choicest styles The patterns are the prettiest ii- we have ever shown tWe also have in the New Laces and Whie Goods miss take to make your purchases of these goods early and thus secure the choicest selections ELLISONS v l3sistChurchnigbt Church meeting Sunday morn ing lor+ tho purpose of calling a pastor und every member is earnestly requested to bo present twinboy5 ofJnuSeethe ShawjustLOOK OUTOr you will loose u j oflauddwellingoaitaud oats 15 acres laud iu cultivation 10 acrqs woodland with tho finest min eral fcmug m South waste rn Kentucky on tUor I SttI BROWN Nuts Shr dn pica lot of JCLOVER SEED vh salet sno M B SHAWS Sots i fffBOOKS OPEN The llooks ofthe Hickman B it L AdtfOciatkMi for the 24th series are now open Tou can tako sharps up to Feb 0th aft p m and not later Now iS your opportunity to secure a home utilizing routs to pay for same monthly payments oc 0 years time ThistssOClaUon has been in sucoees rul operation for 12 years and there are hundreds in Ilickmun and Fulton county + who have tried and tested it and wAo wi1l tell you of its benefits to the pcojrto If you wish any further information or explanation call on the Secretary Staple Goods at tit Cost and Less Any fwAik or pencil tablet 8 for lOc Any KM tablet 2 for 15c Any 25ltablet tho finest in stock we sell or 15c- Best qt Uity 10 envelopes long and squ re 5c high f ade white envelopes regular Aril 5c now 2 for 5e Box piq Mrs our best stock 25 goods JBeFinest l 4c paper 50 60 and 75c goods nQw 85c Pint Mottles Boot Int 80c quarts any make 50- cUnderstand evrrything GQ S We art changing our business and need thfROOM und the MONEY YILSOVS BOOK STORE r The Iffijislature should look after the road qn tion and not adjourn until everythlBg that can bo tone for the improvcAont of the country roads There iafuothing that more materiallyI 1 ryrthanrrgoodcroaSlsWe farmers will have good roads over wHich to travel Mayfield Messoger Kentucky has a good road law now if the people would accept or cause the Magistrates to enforce it At least wo have a goad starter and the present fault is with the people and the Magis frogs and not with the Legislature Millions put to Work The wonderful activity of the new ceittury E shown by enormous demand for the worlds i st workerDr Kings New Life Pills For Constipation Sick Headache Billionsness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivalled Only 25u at Cowgills Drug Stor- easasstatwvI 1 I ELLISONS 10 doz Knit Goods Shawls Hoods Fascinators c+ I bought as a job Worth j up to a dollar Take g your choice for 25 cents Mg A few Ladies Blisses I and Childrens 1 JACKETS 2 at just f HALF PRICE IIElliSONSI lt ugiiil t 1J1ao New Idea Patterns lOc at SUAWS Snaps on JewelryL- adies and Mens Watch Chains Finest Rolled Gold Plate and Gold Fill ed Guaranted were 3175 250 and 6850 now 75c and 8110 Earrings Solid Gold and Rolled Plate were SLOG to 31175 now 35c Pins and Brooches all styles and prices from 75c to 200 now 35c WILSONS BOOK STORE The young people of Columbus gave a dance of return courtesy to the young people of Hickman Friday night last our young people went up and returned on the transfer Steamer St Louis And report a happy time in every res pect Among those making tho trip were Air Mit Shaw and Miss Maud Parks MrKeimeth Anderson and Miss Boss Case Mr Charlie Travis and Miss Mable 1 reuch Mr Geo Millit and Miss Bess French Mr Tom Gardner and Miss Irene Furls Mr Ward Lnten and Miss Mary Anderson Mr Li D Simmons and Miss Redman Mr T T Swayne and wife Mr Will Hubbard and Miss Bessie Iloringr FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OlintQ stleQbp 01rDt+ I Absolute Sty is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducenlents are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage rJTHOMPSON Cashier 11 BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS J J C BOXDUKAXT II UCniVXAX J A THOMPSON J C CHEEK It II ISIiBI J W ALEXANDER 1U B THllELXELD LEDFOED RANDL- ECroceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oatscand Cement c5T We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto iis UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Delivered uu M8f1118 Sala for Taxes On Monday February 101902 it be iug the flat day of the February term of the Fulton County Court at tho court house door in Hiokmnn Ky I will sell to the highest bidder for onsh for taxes due the oifcy of Ilickmau and cpst of sale lie following described real estate naaOMod in tho names of tho fol lowing parties towit 2 is added to oaeh case for cost Cravens A L 1 lot E H B 7 No 273 S391 Fields Rufns 1 lot W II No 18S 823 Hunzicker Arnold fi lots E H B 7 Nus 292 to 296 624 Phelps heirs 1 lot E II B 3t No 108 214 COLORED Brown Tom 12 lots 13 H B 7 Nos 100 to 176 and 181 to 1S1 8S9 Brown Aaron 2 lots 13 II Nos 257 and 258 492 Bat offtJI p JklItJt 5 lsmt01n H iJj m 1 l d3OO- Brfnfml Zaoh Slots li A N6s 226 227 223 4 92 Clark Jim lots G A 535960 492 Collier Anthony heirs 2 lots E U Nos 97 and 98 465 Donaldson Tony E II 12 of No 280 420 Hooker Horace blot E H No 126 426 Bluer Buck 5 lots E II B 7 Nos 268 to 22 492 McCutchea Jonnie G lots E II B G Nos 251 to 258 243 tot 45 532 Plnmuicr Ad3 lots E IL B C Nos 24S 247 2 IS 4C5 Royal Eliza 2 lots BH B 3 Nos 165 and ICC 59S Shaw Lucy 1 lot E H B4 206 267 Sanford Jerry 2lors E Ii Nos 20a and 204 492 Sandier John 1 lot G A No 48 091 I and 14 188C Wilson lInden 1 lot E 11 B 5 231 492 Walker Will 1 lot E II B 4197 492 Wilkerson Felix 1 lot E H B 7 No 206 55S Wile Cy 2 lots E H Nos 149150 757 Wiley Boss 8 lots E H B 0 Nos JTrl1 255 256 5U2 Love Lon 2 lots E H B i Nos 232 and 23J 492 Toot DILLON Ju C T C o Yes We are in a Hurry- If you owe us an account come band settle at once and dont watt to be called upon Wo need the money WILSONS BOOK STOR- Ed STRAYED Taken up as a stray by K E Dodds S Bros living three miles cast of Hick man on tho State road in Fulton Co Ky on tho 20th day ot Jan 1902 One dark buy horse mule about 15 or 18 years old and about 1C hands high Appraisqd at tho value of twenty dollars Witness niy hand this 23rd day of Jan 1902 4t JW Mayes Taken uo as astray by L D Threld keld living on Dresden road about 2J miles Southeast of Hickman Ky on the Arther King farm in Fulton Coun ty Ky One yellow Jearsy Steer a bout 1 12year old no marks no brands and valued by Alex Rice at 1250 Also one Black and white Jorsy Steer about 1 12 years old and marked with a split in the right oar and valued by Alex Rice at 512 50 Given under Amy hand as Judge of Fulton County Court tins Jan 4th 1902 II M Kearby J F C C S D Luteu Clerk C A Perry D C 0 TAX PAYER All persons in arrears for taxes are respectfully notified that they can call at the Farmers Merchants Bank in Hickman and pay same to T Boudurant who w authorized to gin receipts J T Stubblefleld Jan 2S 1902 S F C 1 i 1 1 1 BuildingII j ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 BEJ Doors and Windows Shingles c Limo and Cement Builders Hardware Paints Oils etc 1 ESTIMATESII Hay Oats Corn Bran etc i LPWSEIIisonl cleII REMARKABLE CURL FOR CROUP A Little Boys Life Saved regardingOhamberlain8 saved my little boys life and I feel that I cannot praise it enough I bought a bottle of it from A E Steero of Good gothomely breathe I gave tho medicine every 10 minutes until he threw up and then I thought ho was going to choke to death Wo had to pull the phlegm stringsIbottle of cough medicine my boy would not be on earth to dayJoel Demont Inwood Iowa For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Tw n yrour h SsnitaalIa l tt m nt OF THE UItDIN AflU L Ai A OLIII OF I HICKMAN tor the Term Kutllair Inn 16 1902 t r PROFIT AND LOSS fa net Premiums for linn 37161 Interest for term10814C-I Fees for term 4375 Fine for term w fl84 nr ExpeDfe fur term tiiim ri 20903 h Gain for ermn M 121368 1W3 61 8160X31 ASSETS tLoans und Itortgagti ti 3790000 tCash in Trtasurj 3 30e- LIABILITIES t Jf Adjusted to Etrlu L 29 Share 129710 r 4 M 63 866774 I4 II X 71 590507 3- I 4 4 0 M 410285 VOJ 4088M i qua eMo44 h 1 K 43 2115 60 U t 842 172788 r1 II T 37 15Z7243 4 U 81 t 223965 V48 8M06 f S + + iit98 19278ft 1 i163 110360 tUndirlded 53113 t 11188300 94lH3UO i f VALUE OF SHABES 1 Share 8erii LZa104l51 Share Series K K8W 1 Share Series N 8317 l Share Series 0 7389 1 Share Seriei Pl 6582 1 Share Eerie Q i 31881 ShAre Seri i U 4927 1 Share SrI 8 4LH Share Serie T 3439 1 Share Series U t 27M 1 char Side V Ot3 1 Share Scries W p97 t Share Seder X 8iU iNew Idea Patterns IOc at SHAWS r iA C e 0 REIGN OF TERROR cc 1i Negroes jWarned to Leave the i Millstone Miner Crossville Tenn at Once A MOB FIRED INTO THEIR CABINS Tbey Attacked the Companys Conmiis sary and a Pitched Battle With Winchesters Occurred The Situation Has Been Reported tc Adj Gen Brandon Who Has 1 Promised the Mine Own C ers Protection Chattanooga Tenn Fete 4Almost a reign of terror exists in the vicinity ol1 the Millstone mine of the Cumber land Coal Co 17 miles above Cross vile In Fentress county this state Some dissatisfied miners and other men recently posted a notice signed with skull and crossbones and in red ink warning the Negroes a few of whom are employed about the mines and at the company store to leave at once The Negroes did not leave and tho mob has twice fired into their cabins The last time the Negroes re turned the fire and the mob retreated Sunday night the mob attacked the companys commissary but William Nixon son of Manager Nixon at the head of a number of white employes charged the mob with Winchester ri fies and a pitched battle ensued the mob retreating to the woods The sit uation has been reported to Adjt Gen Brandon who has promised the com pany protection and the Crossville company of militia Is ready to be called out at any time they may oe needed Several of the moo were ar rested and taken before magistrates and released the terrified Negroes ue ing afraid to appear as prosecutors The company officials say they will certainly protect the Negroes inTIIEightyFour Bodies and Sixteen Men jBarely jfoursome of them horribly mangled have been taken from the Hondo mines Search for the bodies has stopped on account of the stench but disinfect ants arrived Monday afternoon and work will be resumed The shaft had 118 men enrolled and 18 arc still missing Twentyfive head ot dead mules have been taken from the shaft ryestthe physicians and nurses that can be secured from all points and is doing everything possible to save any of the miners who may still be alive The scene at the opening of yjie mino was horrible Wives mrjfiers and children of the dead and mangled were screaming and crying anti re fused to raise MENTAL DEPRESSION A Prominent Female Sophomore Stu dent Commits Suicide Ann Arbor Mich Feb 4Miss Agnes Inglis a sophomore student in the medical department in the Uni Tcrsity of Michigan committed sui clde here Monday afternoon She is a daughter of Dr David Inglis a prom nent physican of Detroit The young woman was an unusually bright and promising student and had already made a name for herself among her professors She was prominent In ath letics being coach of the freshmen basket ball team and taking great In terest on gymnasium work No motive for the deed has been discovered but it is known that she was subject to attacks of great mental depres sion SCHOOL OFFICERS NEGLIGENCE Schools Are Not Liable in Private Ac tion For Injuries Sustainedr Niles Mich Feb 4Ardell West ervllle a 15yearold girl sued the Ben tUB Harbor school board for 10000 damages because of an illness alleged to have resulted from the girl sitting in m school room that was unhealthy because of the negligence ot the direc tore In the circuit court Judge Cool noIt private action for injuries sustained through negligence of school officers Their Action Rescinded Chicago Feb 4The city council liy a vote of 56 to f9 decided Monuay night to remove all restrictions In the Height xof fire proof buildings The w s weekagoBull Fighting Abolished Puebla Mex Feb 4 The state gov ernment has abolished bull fighting on account of its being barbarous and tending to demoralize the love r classes Yellow Fever In Vera Cruz Vera Cruz Mex Feb 4Owing tb excavations for sanitation works and new rater nupply there have been- numbero1 a cases of yellow fever This jit early for Its appearance L r Porto Ricart Cigars r New York1Feb 4The steameir rCaracifts which arrived Monday night 1 fonboard8Otflars II j eft brought from Porto Rico f iI 1 tt J It lira It I I I Coo PHILIPPINE TARIFF BILL Another Spirited Debate in the Senate Over the Measure Washingi fc Feb 4SenaleAno- ther spirited debate with the Philip pine bill as the text was precipitated In the senate Monday as the result of sumo statements made by Mr Car mock dem Tenn In the course of an extended speech on the general Philippine question Prior to the taking up of the Philippine bill the moos ure providing for an increase in the salaries of United Status judges was under discussion for an hour Bills Introduced Fixing the salaries of post masters In offices where the receipts eoccoeded lfKH00 annually to limit tho effect of the regulation of interstate commerce between the several states in goods wares and merchan dice wholly or in part manufactured by convict labor or in any prison or reformatory providing that the com mandant of tho marine corps shall have the rank pay and allowances of a major general of the army House The house devoted Monday to general debate upon the oleomargar- Ine bill The opponents of the meas ure attempted to filibuster at the opening of the session but were beaten by more than twothirds vote Those who antagonized the bill favored the adoption of the substitute which is designed to prevent the fraudulent sale of oleomargarine under the guise of butter Representative Blakeney introduced a bill limiting the price o sleeping car tickets on interstate railway lines The sates are 1 for an upper and 25 cents extra for a lower for 300 miles with an Increase for 1longer distances DID NOT LOVE WARDENS WIFE Evidence That Ed Biddle Loved None But Jessie Bodine Butler Pa Feb 4Ed Diddle in death is true to Jessie Bodine despite his protestations of love for Mrs Sof fel When Sheriff Hoon of Butler searched the bloodclotted clothes of the prisoner ho found a crumpled mass an inside pocket Unfolded it dis closed a portrait of the girl cut from ja western paper and in it was wrap a lock of Jessie Bodines hair and curly and a faded violet The violet was one given Ed Biddle ini here by Rev Fosters little daughter to whom he had inscribed verses on the lower and the joy it brought him The sheriff tenderly wrapped up the mementoes and placed them over the criminals heart when he laid the body out in the coffin clothed In a now suit of black As Ed Biddle carried thoughhes t grave DWELLING HOUSE DESTROYED 7Ji1ltf9 One Child Burned to Death Two Fa tally and Parents Badly Injured Parkersburg W Va Feb 4I1 Blanche infant child of Thompson Glover was burned to death two older children were perhaps fatally burned and Mr and Mrs Glover were seriously burned while trying to escape from their home which caught fire Sunday night near Wise Post Office Iin Monongalia county The house was almost ready to fall in when they were aroused and In a few minutes imore all would have been cremated Loss about 5000 THE STATE MILITIA The Number of Officers 8751 of En listed Men 106998 Washington Feb 4An abstract of the returns of the adjutant generals of the militia of the several states prepared by the adjutant general of the army was sent to the senate Monday This abstract shows that the ttotal number of commissioned officers in the militia of the several1 states and territories Is 8751 and total number of enlisted men 10G998 The number of men available for mil nary duty unorganized is shown by f the statement to be 10815208 Killed on the Grade Crossing Newcastle Pa Feb tEllis Johnson and Charles Anderson were tin- stantly killed at a grade crossing on the Bessemer railroad near the town of Bessemer The men attempted to drive across the tracks of the Bessemer railroad and were struck by a freight train To Experiment With Texas Oil Washington Feb fThe navy department Is about to experiment witn Texas oil An estimate amounting to 20000 is to bo sent to congress and if it is appropriated a supply of oil will be obtained and tested to see whether it can be used in the place of coal for fuel In the navy The Tax on Cuban Sugar Washington Feb 4 Representa fives Payne and Grosvenor the former chairman of the ways and means com mittee had a long conference with the president on the subject of reduction importedInto The Training Ship Buffalo Kingston Jamaica Feb 4TheUnited States training ship Buffalo ar holdsherselfOrleans upon ipt of orders fromi the racy deparT Four Ctcckircn Killed Dubuque In Fob IA rearend collision at 345 Monday morning on the IlMndis Central at Apple River in berdjrs111ted C en TfJiilc six were seriously Injured It Ill r IJf PERilS Ot I Pa PSEA Severe Gales Are Sweeping the Coasts of Long Island and New Jersey BROUGHT DEATH AND DISASTER Several Bodies Have linen Washed Ashore Tixroiht With Much r Wreckage of Vessels Crews of Two SeaGoing Tugs Res cued With Difficulty From Their Sinking Boats By the Steam ship Barcelona New York Feb 4The gale which has been swooping tho coasts of Long Iisland and New Jersey for more than 24 hours and continued Monday night though with abated force has brought death and disaster to sailors and their craft Reports of loss of life are confined to the eastern end of Long island whence comes news that several bodies have been washed ashore It was not known up to 10 oclock Monday night what vessels the men who lost their lives came from Wreckage strews the shore In the vicinity of the Belleport Ih L life sav ashorefj east of this station One barge was thrashing about near Forge River sta lion The finding of two other bodies was reported later from the same point The largest piece of wreckage is the after quarter and a portion of the stern of a barge On this last were the letters 0 P E The crew of the American merchantman Schepp a full rigged ship which went ashore on Long Beach L L shoals early Monday were in peril all day Later reports say they are stul on the strand ed vessel though the danger of neath has been lessened owing to the slight abatement of the storm A westerly gale was blowing at the rate W 70 miles an hour when the Schepp struck at 330 oclock in the morningThe of the seagoing tugs Joxi E Berwlnd and E S Atwood had a narrow escape from going to the hot tom with their craft Sunday after noon Nothing was known of their plight until the arrival Monday of the German steamer Barcelona the crew of which rescued the tugmen The tugs had been delivering provisions to the stranded steamer Cavour at Long Beach L f and were proceeding back to this point When the gale struck them the waves began to wash over them not only sweeping off every thing movable but flooding their holds fcjand gQtYA gWt11IIIfirebox jrh seven men on each tug were in immi neht danger of death for over two hours The tugs were absolutely help less and gradually sinking when the Barcelona hove in sight and took the half frozen crews aboard Within half an hour after this the two tugs went to the bottom with the dunnage of the men- Reports indicate that the storm all over New York state was one of the severest known for years No trains have left Oswcgo since Sunday night and with the exception of two MOIL day from Syracuse none have arrive The storm still continues the wind blowing 40 miles an hour THE WATERBURY FIRE The Loss to Property Will Exceed Three Million Dollars Waterbury CL Feb iFor to hours Sunday night and Monday morn- Ingl flames fanned by a high wind held sway over the business portion cf this city causing a loss that will ex coed 3000000 The best business por tion of the city forming a triangle hounded on the north by Exchange place on the west by Bank street on the south by Grand street and on the east by South Main street was almosttwiped out At 930 Monday mornfn the big conflagration was under con tealI To Be Given the Freedom of the City New York Feb tMayor Low an the members of the aldermanic com mittee having charge of the citys re ception to Prince Henry decided to give tho freedom of the city to the prince on the afternoon of February 25 This will be one of very few oc casions here when such a courtesy has been extended Killed By Bandits Las Vegas N M Feb 4Sever bandits entered the Pecos Mercant- Cos store at Fort Sumner N M shot Felipe Beaubicn dead and beat Fran cisco Zamora senseless They then stole 600 worth of goods robbed the post office and escaped Gen Miles Slightly Injured Washington Feb 4Gen Nelson A Miles while out driving Monday his sleigh collided with another one and the general was thrown to the ground and dragged His Injuries ire slight Maoris Volunteer Wellington N Z Feb LA thou sand Maoris have volunteered to do garrison duty anywhere in the British domain with the object of relieving a like number of British troops for service In South Africa Sold a Loan Berlin Feb ITh Bavarian gov ernmeat has sold a loan of 80000000 marks to a syndicate of Bavarian bankers The loaf bears interest at 3her coatand subscriptions to IIt will soon bo opened r 1 FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS 28SenateAnshfmatedwas precipitated in the senate Monday critl17outterances orelsewhere inthensC9110sgrantingtoValley Railroad Coa NezPerc OinlateJohnvent a false branding or marking of foods thestaterareproduced ADouseTholotion relatingtowas placed out of commission last toprQvideof witnesses before registers and re AbillestablIshmentorrtlculateWft6defeateduntuWednestla 29SenntcThebill Tuesday billIncreasingliont rate for total blindness A bill was passed providing for the transfer of census records and volumes to the ensus office also a bill increasing the buildIng2500000topension bills were passed Just before the adjournment of the senate Sena suhstituteforfowl bill practically authorizes the pre Rent of the United States to theNlcWashington Jan 30SenatoFor-1n Ireur Wednesday the senate had un der Discussion tho question whether a cysorship or press dispatches ex- Ists i ManilaThlIe no such turbu lent cones as Tuesdays were enact 0 1a debate for a time was very spirited The secretary of war was quoU as saying that no press cen sorsrap now existed in the Philip pines and a letter from Gen Greely chief signal officer of the army was presMited by Mr Bevoridgo Ind thatther4waspatches and that the press is entireIly freeBraiseTho artebeingIdns CIH reported the permanent census bill and gave notice that h would requpstocial order for next Monday was ob jected to on the democratic side Washington Jan 31 Senate Thursdays session of the senate was entirely void of the tumultous scenes which characterized the sessions of the past three days After thf Fhil UJJiCspeech devoted almost entirely to a discussion of the part his state took cfthePhilippine bill the senate passed a number of unobjected bills on the cal ndarHouseThe house passed the bill for the creation of a permanent cen sus bureau The friends of the civil service law who were opposed to making the employes of the bureau elisi ble rrr transfer or retention were ovirwheimngly defeated By the t Erma uf vorganlnt1lnmi garikatlon July 1 1902 and all em ployes on the rolls upon the date c1 the passage of the act will becom eligible for transfer to other depart ments or retention in the permarcit providesforsail for specialntectton session a bill was passed for the pro theterritoriesWashington Feb ISenateAt j Philipplnesenate by Mr Morgan Ala who devoted particular attention to an amend weepiethe bill as it stands now would not be J sltuationregj eve said with the adoption o his amendment the trill would stand the closest scrutiny of the courts Ar hour and a half was devoted to con thedcourts but no action was taken House Tho house prepared to de tend Itself against what it considers the threatened Invasion by the senate of Its prerogative In tho matter of rev wayssthe subject and report to the house Its conclusions The action of the house was the outgrowth of the agitation In tho senate of tho affectingtrevenues can ated without the concurrence of the house Several private claims bills were passed Entertained at Dinner Berlin Feb IPrince and Princess Henry of Prussia Andrew D White United States ambassador and Mrs White John D Jackson secretary cl the embassy and Mrs Jackson to gether with a large company were en tertained at dinner by Count Von Rue low the Imperial chancellor Sant Up For Contempt Chicago Jan 31Judge Smith sen tencbd John F Bentley of the print Ingflrm of Bentley Murray Co tc GQ days Imprisonment in the county jail for contempt in refusing to brJn the lrocitt of the rrm before tie grand jury S Nominations Confirmed Washington Jan 31The senate Thursday confirmed the following nominations W T Metcalf pension agent at Topeka Kan H United States attorney for SkinnerII a111 CaroI1nar RELIABLE a R B IREVARDl- a i Has a Superior Stockof the best makei of all kinds of Hardware which is offeredat j NE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ILij GOODS GUA1tANTEDASi ItHPRESHNTED ROOFING A SPEOLALTY h1tU1N1ANnICK r N KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in50000Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does TermActsrespectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T TYLER President W 0 JOH SON Casbier0 A I10LUOMBE Vicepresident S AMBERG Aaet Cashier III JIM N WAGON CO CAarCFAtrrCBECM or TilE CELEDUAT H QnAm HlOKb N RENTUOK y ITIUWFOWHpTi1 1BSTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVO TABLETS Al SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous FAILlotoauRRowefoulVitalitypermanently ncl 01 dUieiO skillful and learned research In cIJSatenaMedlcat every time used They begin at the seat of the dls1 ise and act on the andIr4tWOMEN strong and Ub ustThey have our unqualified guarantee They surely and oDdTiredVertigoStsuchdscase1uhietos wlll bring the Bloom of Health to Pale Faces add pleasure to life We could give Thous ands of Testimonials but your best way is to try them We refund the money if a cure Is not aficcted Try them and if you want it you can have your money hock Just for the asking Price We a box of ten days treatment fit boxes S2fl Securely scaled by mall Postage stamps taken same as cash Address THE NERVO REMEDY CO 358 West Jefferson lit LoWViiie Ky Solo Agents for tho United etatos Sold by Cowgill do Cowgill f W TexasN RouteEjIRom pointsJUMM1 I Arkansas LouisI ilha Texas and ndian and Okla 7 hpma Territories reducedwmkr IillI eili uVJM 4IIIftt to r else I fJJ t iyheh you would like 10 few sand wr friil teN you ikhm you all seam Oft 1 of tht lowite tickets and what H wH J i Zest We will also send yea temnpleHe IattrntinCit jI J i1 t AllII T P L 4WD 11 1r Marr Leaves Chicago at 630 p m dailyV- IA THE CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 750 a m Minneapolis at830 a m u Th9- A Only Perfect Train In the World ii Y GRATEFULt SPIRIT f ic it vtJr Should Be Cultivated by One and All Says Dr Talmage We5110 dlebeare All Our Yllcm inKs nu r Give Pralae fo God for 14emrhc Gospel of Good Mural Copyright 1903 by Louts Ktopsch N TI In this discourse Dr Talmuge calls attention to causes of thanksgiving that are seldom recognized and shows how to cultivate a cheerful spirit text Psalms 332 Sing unto Him with a psaltery and an instrument oJtcn strings A musician as w chas poet and con queror and kiag was David the author of my text lie first composed the sa crejj rhythm and then played it upon a harp striking andpluckUig the strings with his fingersCand thumbs The harp is the oldest of musical instru ments Jubal invented it and he was the seventh descendant from Adam r Its music was suggested by the twang of the bowstring Homer refers to the harp in the Iliad It is the most con secrated of all instruments The flute Is more mellow the bugle Thor mar tial the cornet more incisive the trum pet more resonant the organ more mighty but the harp has a tenderness and sweetness belonging to no other instrument that 1 Iknow of It enters into the richest symbolism of the Holy Scriptures The captives in their sad ness hung their harps upon the willows The raptures of Heaven are represented under the figure of harpers harping on their harps 11c learn from coins and medals that in the Mac cabcaa age the harp had only three strings Iu other ages it had eight strings Davids harp had ten strings and when his great soul was afiro with the theme his sympathetic voice ac companied by exquisite vibration of the chords must hive been overpower ingWith as many things to complain about as any man ever had David wrote more anthems than any other man ever wrote He puts even the frosts and hailstorms and tempests and creeping things and flying rowl- and the mountains and the hills and day and tight into a chorus Absa loms plotting and Ahithophels treach eryand hosts of antagonist sleep less nights and a running son could not hush his psalmody Indeed the more his troubles the mightier his sa cred poems The words praise and song arc so often repented in his psalms that one would think the typesetters case containing the letters with which these words are spelled would bpal t fi f Trff In mhtbnrntrcontr aotvJpie to praise the Lord with an instru ment of ten strings like that which he was accustomed to finger The simple fact is that the most of us if we praise the Lord at all play upon one string or two strings or three strings when we ought to take a harp fully horded and with glad fingers sweep all the strings Instead of being grateful for here and there a blessing we happen to thinkof we ought to rehearse all our blessings so far as we can recall them and obey the injunction of my text toying unto Him with an instru ment of ten strings lave you ever thanked God for de- lightsome food What vast multitudes are ahungcred from day to day or arc obliged to take food not toothsome or pleasant to the taste What mil lions are in struggle for bread A confederate soldier went to the front and this family were on the verge of star vation but they were kept up by the faith of a child of that household who noticing that some supply was sure to cornel exclaimed Mother I think God hears when we scrape the bottom of the barrel Have you appreciated the fact that on most of your tables are luxuries ihatdo not come mall Have you real ized what varieties of flavor often touch your tongue and how the sac charin and the acid have been afforded jour palate What fruits what nuts what meats regale your appetite while many would be glad to get the crusts and rinds and peelings that fall from your table For the fine flavors and the luxurious viands you have enjoyed for a lifetime perhaps you have never thanksgiving you ought to have thrummed in praise to God but you have never yet put it in vibration Have you thanfted God for eyesight as originally given to you or after it was dimmed by Cage for the glass that brought the page of the book within the yourealizedwhom the day is as black as the night and who never see the face of father or mother or wife or child or friend what manyIiavelight The eyes so delicate and beau tiful and useful that one of them is invaluable And most of us have two of these wonders of Divine mechanism The man of millions of dollars who re went blind opticdnylaborert blindness that gradually crept over his visionYou may pace noticed how Christs sympathies were stirred for the blind Ophthalmia has always been prevalent y in Palestine the custom of sleeping on fthe housetops exposed to the dew and j the flying dust of the dry season invit j perhcentagcielMhe difference between 12 oclock lat noon and J2 oclock at night We i areioia of six of Christs miracles for fthecsre of these sightless ones but J Hippos they are only specimens 61 t 4 hundreds of restored visions What a pitiful spectacle Saul of Tarsus the mighty man three days led about in physical as well as spiritual darkness he who affard made Felix tremble by his eloquence and awed the Athenian philosophers on Mars hill and was the only cool heaIed man in the Alex andria corrship that went to pieces on thfc rocks oi Miletus once the mighty persecutor of Srul afterward the glor ious evangelist Paul for three days not able to take a safe step wtihout guidanceHave ever given thanks for two eyes media between the soul inside and the world outside media that none but the iinfinite God could create The eye the window of our immortal nature the gate through which all colors march the picture gallery of the soul Without thcjtye this world is a big dungeon 1 fear that many of us have purer given one hearty expression of gratitude for treasure of sight the loss of which is the greatest disaster possible unless it be the loss of the mind Those wondrous seven muscles that turn the eye up or down to right or left or around No one but God could have created the retina If we have ever appreci ated what God did when he gave us two eyes it was when we saw others with obliterated vision Alas that only through the privation of others we came to a realization of our own blessing If you had harp in hand and swept all the strings of grati tude you would have struck this which is one of the most dulcet of the ten strings Further there are many who never recognize how much God gives them when lie gives them sleep Insomnia- is a calamity wider known in our land than in any other Iy midlife vast multitudes have their nerves so over wrought that slumber lint to be coaxed and ninny arc the victims of chloral and morphine Sleeplessness is an American diordcr If it has not touched you and you can rest for seven or eight hours without waking if for that length of time in every 24 hours you can be free of all MIre and worriment and your nerves arc re turned and your Ifmu escape from all fatigue nnd the rhiugsun finds you 4 a new man body mind and soul 3011 have an advantage ilini ought to bf put in prayer and snnj and congratu lation The French financier almost wealthy enough to punliase n king dom but Ithe victim of j insomnia wrote No slumber to be l ohtI in any mar ket He was rijflit Steep is n pra tiny from Him who I1fTfIsteeps Oh the felicities of slumber Let all who have this real boncfaetion celebrate it That is one of the sweetest strings in all the instrument of ten strings Further celebrate on the instru ment of ten string our illumined tights They spread their tents over us and some of us hardly go out took l at thom luring the nljrhls oth W worlds conic in sight The author of any text chimed the silver hells in the tower of the midnight heavens saying When I consider the heav ens the work of Thy fingers the moon and the stars which Thou hast ordained whnt iis man that Thou art mindful of himrWe thank God for the daywe ought also to thank Him for the night Worlds on worlds insight of the naked eye limit more worlds revealed by telescope At least one night in his lifetime everyman ought to go into astronomical observatory amid see what hns been done by the great World Builder Thank God fur lunar nml stellar il luminationAnother string of this instrument I now touch friendships deep and abiding by which I refer to those people who when good or bad motive may be ascribed to you ascribe the good those concerning whom you do Knot wonder which side they will take wnen you are under discussion those who would more gladly serve you than serve themselves those to whom you can tell everything without reserve those who are first in your home 113 person or 113 telegram when you have trouble Oh what a blessing to have plenty of friends I Aye if you have only one good friend jou are blessed in that glad possession With one such friend you can defy the world Rut he must be a tried friend You cannot tell who nre your real friends till disasters come As long as you collect vast dividends and have health jocund and popular ity unbounded you will have crowds of seeming friends but let bankruptcy and invalidism and defamation come and the number of your friends will be 95 per cent off If you have been through some great crisis and you have one friend left thank God and celebrate it on the sweetest harpstring While all this is so says some one there are so many things that others have which I have not I re ply it is not what we get but what we are that decides our happiness With the bare necessities of life many are unspeakably happy while others with all the luxuries are impersonations of misery In the Roman empire there was no man more wretched than the Nero who ruled it The porticos of his palace were a mile long A statue of him in silver and gold 120 feet high stood in the vestibule The walls of his palace were mother of pearl and ivory The ceiling was arranged to shower flowers and pour perfumes upon the guests His wardrobe was so large that he never wore a garment twice his mules were shod in silver He fislicd with hooks of gold A thou sand carrupes accompanied him vyhcn he Traveled His crown was worth 50Q000 He had everything f but happiness That never carne- tt Your heart right all is right your heart wrong all is wong hdc must tighten thei cords of our harp and retune it while we cele highest1 ever seen is AnvfiVan clvlliintlon J and it is built out 01 tho Gospel of pardon and good morals That Gosh pel rocked our cradle and it will epitaph our grave It soothes our sorrows brightens our hopes F inspires JD our courage forgives our sIns and saves our souls It takes a man who is all wrong and makes him all right What that Gospel has done for you and me is a story that we can never fuli tell What it has done for the world and will yet do for the nations it will take the thousand years of the millennium to celebrate The grandest churches are yet to be built The mightiest anthems are yet to be hoisted The greatest Thejmostbo painted The most triumphant processions are yet to march Oh1j rajtatesIt girdled with spontaneous harvests and enriched 113 orchards whose fruits are speckles and redundant mind the last pain will have been banished and tho lust tear wept and the last groan uttered and there shall be nothing to hurt or destroy in alii andJmoremouth of the Lord hath spoken it1i 4 So far I have mentioned nine of the gratistrade bedtheanticiilstiongoing to move into a place so much better than this that on arriving we will wonder that we were for so many years so loath to make the transfer After we have seen Christ face to face andrejoiced over our departed kindred there are some mighty spirits we will want to meet soon after we pass through the gates We want to see nnd will see Davidn mightier king ir Heaven thins he ever was on earth and we will talk with him about psalmody nnd set from him exactly what bJ meant when he talked about the instru ment of ten strings We will confronijj roses who will tell of the law giving on rockiag Sinai and of his mysteriou burial with no one but God presen- Ce will see Joshua and he will tell u 2 of the coming down cf the walls orr Jericho at the blast of the rums horn and explain to us that miracle haw the sun and moon could std stfMI without demolition of the planetary system We will see Ruth and hang her tell of the harvest field of noa1rwhich she gleaned fur filleted Naomi hfroufrom the Persian palace by infamous Alusuerus f We wit see and talk with Danij nnd he will tell us how he saw IJtfl bhaxvujrs banqueting hnll turned intcjn slnnghttr house and how the IfOnse greeted him with loving lawn instead of stroke of tmel pw XVe wiH Sep and tak with Solomon whose palaces are gone but whose inspired epigrams stand out stronger and strongeras the centuries pass We will see Paul and hear from him how Felix trembled be fore him anti the audience of skeptics ion Mars hill were confounded by his sermon on the brotherhood of man what he Un at Kphesas and Syracuse and Philippi anti Rome and how dark was the Mainertine dungeon and litfw sharp the ax that beheaded him on the road to Ostin Yea we will see all tfie martyrs the victims of ax and sworfr and fire and billow What IIAhriI 6f excitement for us when we gaze upon the heroes and heroines who gave their lives for the truth We will see the Mrospel proclaimers Chr3sostom an ilourdaloue and Whitefield and the Wesleys and Tohn Knox We will sec the great Christian poets Milton and jf Dante and Watts and Mrs Hemans nnd Frances Havergal Yea all the I departed Christian men and women of whatever age or station i j there will be one focus toward IIIBut r IIisrstraw n government planning for his assassi nation in after time whippedas though he were a criminal asleep on the cold mountains because no one offered Him a lodging though the great est being who ever touched our earth derisively called this fellow His last hours writhing on spikes of infinite torture His lacerated form put in sep ulcher then reanimated and ascended to be the center of all heavenly admi ration upon that greatest martyr and mightiest hero of all the centuries we will be permitted to look Put that among your heavenly anticipations Now take down your harp of ten strings and sweep all the chords mak ing all of them tremble with a great gladness I have mentioned just ten I hearingIulties in equipoise friendships of life Gospel advantages and heavenly anticipations Let us make less complaint and offer more thanks render less dirge and more cantata Take paper and pen and write down in long col umns your blessings I have recited only ten To express all the mercies God has bestowed you would have to use at least three and 1 think five nu morals for surely they would run up into the hundreds and the thousands Oh give thanks unto the Lord for He is good for His mercy Cndureth for ever Get into the habit of rehearsal of the brightnesses of life bow many more fair days I Iotice than foul how ninny more I SetIopened his dark sayings on a harp t If it has been ow tide heretoforeJet the surges of mercy Hint are yet oral in upon you reach high water mark Allth ngswitlwork together for your good and Heaven is not far ahead Wake up all the ten strings Blessing and honor and glory and power be un7 I toIlim that sitteth upon thethrone and unto the Lamb forever AmenI TARIFF FOR PHILIPPINES Injustice of the Protective Potter nIt Applied to Territory That lielonls to Un The argument of Senator Lodge of Massachusetts in bringing the Phil ippine tariff measure before the sen ate discloses in considerable meas ure the fatal weaknesses of the prop osition He says thnt onefourth of the Dingley rates is to be deducted from tho charges now levied on the import from the Islands and that the proposed reduction on exports levied itt the island would bring the total concession up to 35 per cent But the fact remains that under the senators proposition 73 pet cent of the ex orbitant protective taxes levied by the Dingley bill is to be exacted from imports from the jxland And this tariff bad enough in any case was framed to bta levied upon goods of foreign origin says the Utlea Observer The question zany fairly be put why if onequarter of these tariff rates devised to protect American workingmen from dangerous foreign competition mummy justly be taken off why should the remaining three quarters be retained The object of the imposition of tariff duties on the imports from for eign countries is twofold One is to obtain revenue for the legitimate ex penses of the government The oth er is the protectionist idea to ob struct competition of foreign manufacturers and producers with manu facturers awl producers in our own country But how does the protec tive tariff idea apply to the case of the Philippines We have taken these islands as our own They nre not foreign to us Why certain favored interests ulioiild be protected from competition from the Philip pines any more than from competition originating in Texas or Alaska is a proposition that calls for a deal of explanation We have forced them and nre forcing theta to acknowledge the sovereignty of the United States At the prune time we are denying them the commercial benefits of the nullholdingrge that we hold the manufacturers and producers of any foreign nation Well Say they say with Lord Byron I stood among then but not of them The Philippines are placed in an anomalous position by this tardy billThe people resident in the territory included in the Louisiana purchase were never questioned as to their right to free and equa trade with the people who had purchased their territory and yet the territory was not gained by conquest Here is a people whom we are subjugating by fqrce of arms nail trying to win to us while we yet propose WitJl1lOTdiitg one of the list and strongest arguments why they should willingly yield to American sovereignty Can it be wondered at that the Filipinos who are studying the economic side of the questions involved should hesitate if not resist when they sec this manifestation of n commercially hos tile spirit The question divested of all disguise and c6nfustrig presentation resolves itself to this Shall we or shall we not impose a tariff on im ports from one section of our terri toryHo another Morally we should no more do so than we should in some future esgenc3 of lack of revenue place a tariff boundary at l yis Mississippi river The Pacific ocean is much wider than the Mississippi to be sure but while it divides it also unites sections of United States ter ritory Where is the justification for the differentiation in the treatment of sections of the same country Material prosperity will prove one of the strongest adjuncts of military power in security the submission of the Filipinos to American rule That can never be justly attained while we deny them the benefits of free commercial intercourse with this country OPINIONS AND POINTERS Senator William B Jason in his speech declared that recipracit3 is the legitimate child of the doctrine of protection An action against the republican party to support the youngster is now in order Philadelphia TimesThere are times when such a sub ject as the tariff cannot be boxed and put away with orders to everybody to keep hands off The time is past when that sort of policy is carried out simply by issuing orders to that ef fect Boston Record Rep Theres no real republican fear that a reduction of the tariff on Cuban products will violate the mostfavored nation clause in our foreign treaties The real republican fear is that some trust may lose a dollar or so if we deal justly with CubaSt Louis He public The republicans argue that we ought to spend 100000000 on our navy in order to fit it to guard our merchant marine and that we ought to spend some other millions in bounties for the merchant marine so as to build it up and give the navy something to do How to get rid of a surplus never wor ries the republicansSavannah News Senator Allison outlines the or der of business in congresses follows First we propose to dispose of the Philippine tariff question then take up the problem of relief for Cuba and then determine what is to be donein regard to the proposed reduction of the war tax after which we wilt be in a position to give consideration to the canal question This doesnot Took as if iit would bo Tiecessar3 to melt snow and ice and thaw out Ihe ground in order to begin digging the canal next week Albany Argus A COMMENDABLE POLICY resident Uoo eocltA Appointment In the South nail Their Protuilile Effect poUcyinpatronageiswhole after the manner of the man but his southern appointments haveJ i been in the main deserving of reIusediii some men has broken with some of the office brokII ers and delegatebuyers who have made the name of republicanism inii the south a reproach He has madeIsome conspicuously fit appointments I ArgusInhe has been t obliged to appoint southern demo j strikEpagI tIleIjj loosei4 1n ln IA tangibletothan a close corporation of former carpetbaggers ptip produced concerts and colored convention heelers They have survived upon the policy of the republican administrations of giving the federal offices in the south to the men who could produce pre pledged delegations in the national conventions of the party It is a prophecy of better things when the president turns down such fellows I fidelIi I heIi 14iIme process he has hit upon may not partyinpublic service and put n premium on patriotism instead of partisan prtsti dictation This policy of the presidents has alienated from him in ninny of the southern states the men who have heretofore made a business of handling the delegates to the republican national conventions It may be that these men will continue in business and flock with the opposition to resident Roosevelts nomination in i 1004 It nay be on the other hand that their wings will be clipped by the adoption of the Payne policy of manydelegatesthat Mr Iay lit is now in the cabinet and the accredited manager of tin Roosevelt machine He may endeavor to cut off one of Mr Hnnnas best sources of delegategetting But if the full Payne policy should be adopted including the curtail inout of representation in congress of states which have adopted education longii Roosevelts time before there flue enough republican votes in the far south to be worth the counting MASTERFUL SELFISHNESS Promolem of the Ship Subsidy Hill Are AjilliiK for Their Own Ksclunlvc Ilenefit plendingisI of the shipsubsidy bill to create the impression in the public mind that the proposed siilisiJy payments will con stitute a wise and honest use of tax payers money for the purpose of up building the American merchant marine and inclaslng genera prosperity The promoters in question whose influence is powerful in Washington are a group of multimillionaires directly interested in certain great shipping corporations already enjoying a virtual monopoly of the field in which they do business They are men who have never in their lives been noted for a special regard for the general welfare They Itnve looked out for their own interests however with signal success A masterful selfishness hits been the basis of their rise to power states the St Louis Republic Not to save their lives can these promoters of the shipsubsidy bill show how or where that measure will encourage general shipbuilding ship owning or engagement in the ocean freightcarrying business Not to save their lives can they conceal the plain truth that the ship subsfdy bill will operate for the exclusive benefit of their own corporations The intent purpose and certain effect of the bill arc as plain as day And yet that meas ure proposes to place upon the Ameri can people an additional burden of millions of dollars annually for an un limited term of years this tremendous tax burden going in the form of subsidies to the corporations whose rep resentatives are working for the pas sage of the fhips bsid3 bill The Fiftyseventh congress will in all probability enact this evil meas ure into law This action cannot be prevented But the American people can hold to a severe accounting the party responsible for such legislation The truth concerning this measure lon stituted a terrible arraignment of the republican majority in congress The American people know the truth The consequent accounting in the congressional campaigns of this year and in the presidential campaign of 1904 should result in the removal of the re publican party from power in the government Mr Roosevelt app S 5 to be not merely asserting his independence of party machinery but going out of his wa3 to place affront upon the regularly chosen officers of the organization There is surely a storm coming and how the president will fare as a result of his rough rider politics it islet too early to determine Buffalo Courier lF OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker rl HIOKMAN KENTUCKY 3 IIVEWE A TRIAL when yon waif repairingBgaiI alto keep a foil line o- fUndirtaktri Ooodi Common Rosewood and Solid Iliad beSitedibis prices Gin no a call M Shop near the TaU LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prop r tt- tFirst vitae turnout buggies eurrey+ anll1Cealsafe teams c Customers rKYlronage Cash Book Store 1 Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thiug up to date MARY BERENDKS h Po- II I CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here fo stay Nobody will appreciate yonr batrohago or take more pleasure in try lug to please you than wR old reliable barbers R U OALDWELL WILL OBOWELI A DR S K DAVIDSON Jentis1HIOKUAN KENTUCKY d Office over Oowgill Oowgilla Drag Store fvarkk CE EAKEB General Grocer Powell Block OlintoD St HaTI purchased time Grocery fltoek of 7 J C Boodurant would be pleased to have all old frUndi to call Fresh Good tad Cholo Bargains W J BARRY CO k AT BUCKNEBS OLD SIIO- PWill make yon a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED T U F R mleJJoo IV Bennett BENNETT 4 REMLLY =ATIORNEYS AlL w =Will practice in all Courts especla1I1Ithe Courts of Ilickman and Fulton coun ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Keinleys in Hickman The Big Four Route iCt 44- la a Railway Syste I Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roidwij Fil 4t Built and E4l1lppec1la tile MaR Approved Maater of Mo r8jRailway CoMtrncUo The Passenger i ram 5ervlceol tM w Bro FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day rtquirtef for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives i 450 Passenger Cars to j25 Parlor Cars q 20 Dining and Cafe Carsti f sJ In addition to which Sixty PulImflB Sleepers are in Continuous ServIce on the BIG FOUR and Its Throuf a i iCarLincs J S WARREN J LYNCH WPDEPPB f GeaPas Tkt ARt Actt Gl It T a j r Cxscuuun Q jJfCo yiy f e t i f fe The HickD1 ffCurier I GEORGE WARREN Publisher niCKMAN KENTUCKY I = iAJA J= AA C 1902 FEBRUARY 1902 d t SOT IDS IItUIS fin raw IIYlU SIT ffi j1 i i i i i rill 6- i u 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 t t 9 1ol 11 12 13 I 14 15- i 16117118119i20211 i i 22 i 1 23 2 25t2Q 27 28 ill I d illII v h jr =Vl CURRENT TOPICS H Emperor William can speak nine languages There are about 90 deaths In Shake tspearoa plays i Austria bought 30500000 worth of American goods last year London requires 600000 cows to sup ply It with dairy produce There are at present about 1000 vjjnNes of sea dikes In the Netherlands f1Th 1901 vintage of wine In France ds estimated at 1406309000 gallons toIn Russia the penalty for leading a strike Is the same as that for rebel fllon UnitedfStateswheat cropI monopolyof jjb United postcardstStatesIIsold in Germany last year were of the pictorial variety Rome is to be electrically lighted with power from the Marmore falls seventy miles distant 4 A gold tiara inlaid with 50000 worth of diamonds given by an Itall fan lady will be presented to the Pope sjinext year at his silver jubilee 4 A member of the National Fish Cul fture association suggests that land unsuitable for agricultural purposes taught be converted into fish ponds Hi Bookseller who supply English inlrccentthe demand for German school books Ifc Since the commencement of the war m South Africa Scotland has sent to oilt15830 The biggest hole ever dug In solid rock Iis the second ems It of tlmNir- ag yr II- 1h JhYICt Ut sap 1n character four times from top to bot tomPrince David Kawananakoa who Is a nephew of the late Queen Kapio lanl of Hawaii and who with his brother Cupid inherited her fortune is one of the most prodigal of Hawai JanSVv Dr A 1s Hudllchs started tho othe tlay onihls fourth expedition among the UniteInStates and northern Mexico to con tinue his anthropological explora tions The carl of Portsmouth owes his baptismal name of Newton to the fac IIi this greatgreatgrandfather Viscount Lymington married the niece and coheiress of the famous Sir Isaac f Henry n Wells of Preston Minn has presented to the Minnesota state historical society a melodeon owned by John Brown the hero of Harpers Ferry and two pictures one of them a likeness of John Brown Secretary Gage has a protege a young violinist named Florizel Reuter ten years old He Is said to be second Bot even to Kubellk as a violinist SecretaryGageby him department transferred to San Francisco but remain at his present post of duty un tit March 27 when he will reach the age limit and will be retired from ac tire duty t By a majority of about 2000 the members of the Postmans Federation have decided to put forward a postman as candidate for Parliament and to raise by means of a levy the funds for his election expenses and mainte fiance jEdward Whymner the noted moun tain climber who attempted to scale the Canadian Rockies last summer teas made the statement that they will not be explored this century He has previously climbed the highest Alps And the highest Andes TAttemps are being made In Paris t 1 discourage the caricaturists tlier from making insulting pictures of for clgn rulers on the ground that It s angers the rulers subjects as to hur tankingJawsl Many generations of old Rugbeians will lament the death of Mr JWjVecqueray who had been for nearly 43 years master of modern languages IL at Rugby school in England Sirs Jessie Denton Fremont wife o the Pathfinder Gen John C Fre mont is still living at the age of 7 in the pretty cottage in Los Angeles the sift of the women of California t There are 751 newspaper and per odlcals In Sweden Including 52 dail less Stockholm has 12 dailies 7 pub dished In tho morning and 5 in the teveningwhich is a large number for city of 2250000 inhabitant V V o J A DRAMATIC BATTLE The jjddle Brothers Condemned itoderers Escape Captured After Being Badly Wounded By OfficersThey Died Later Wardens Wife Who Assisted Their Escape Wounded PIttsburg Pa Jan 31Edward and John Biddle awaiting execution In the county jail for the murder of Grocer Thomas D Kahney of ML Wash ington overpowered the guards at 4 oclock Thursday morning and escaped Both prisoners had been provid ed with saws with which they cut the bars In their cells and were ready at any moment to make an opening sufficiently large to pass through The prisoners occupied adjoining cells on the second range They had evident ly been preparing for escape for some time and had assistance from the outside as both were armed with revolv era The escape of the Biddies has been explained Warden Peter K Soifelv has authorized its publication It Is she allegation that his wife is respon sible for the furnishing of revolvers and saws to tho Biddies which ena bled them to escape In her Infatua tion for the handsome desperado Ed ward Biddle It Is alleged that she has left her husband and her four childrens and It is supposed is to meet the eSt caped convicts at a place agreed upon The prison board began an Investiga Lion Thursday afternoon and announc ed upon adjournment Thursday night that Warden Soffel at his own re quest had been relieved from duty pending the result of the Investiga Lion Deputy Warden Marshall was placed In charge temporarily Butler Pa Feb 1 Edward Diddle in jail dying John Biddle riddled with buckshot and in a precarious condi Lion and Mrs Peter K Soffel lying In the hospital with a selfinflicted bullet wotUld in the breast is the sequel of the sensational escape of tho Biddle brothers from the Allegheny county jail aided by Mrs Soffel the wkte of the jail warden on Thursday morn ing The story of the close of the Bid die tragedy is a thrilling one Tho scene was a snow covered road two miles east of Prospect Butler county near ML Chestnut and the exact place was at McClures barn whore tO double team sleigh tilled with eight officers three of them Pitta burg detectives John Roach Albert Swinehart and Charles McGovern mot the two Biddies in a onehorse sleigh stolen at Perrysvillo and at once open ed fire on the trio The Biddies returned the fire after lumping out of the sleigh Mrs Soffel was shot through the breast The PIttsburg officers were met alt ButlSf Friday afternoon flfjafcrDeiuiiS Sheriffs Kainoy and Ifoon and Oil cers Frank Holliday and Aaron Thomp son the latter under command of ChIe- of j Police Robert Ray of Butler The Biddies and Mrs Soffel ate dinner at J J Stephens at ML Chest nut They had made a detour of the town of Butler and after going several miles east turned north and then west The Pittsburg officers reached ML Chestnut not less than half an hour Adthis point William Watson storekeep er had fresh horses awaiting them and the chase for life began anew The two sleighs with the eight offi antd met the and Mrs Soffel at Mc Clures barn two miles from ML pros pect the Biddies having learned that they were almost overtaken and tai ing what they considered the onl chance they had drove eastward an met their doom When the detectives got within about 00 yards of the fugitives they opened fire The Biddies promptly answered with shotgun and revolvers When Ed Biddle fell and Mrs Soffel saw she was about to be captured she fired a bullet Into her breast An ex amination by physicians shows that she will recover as the bullet was deflected by her corset and the wound tIs comparatively slight tEd Biddle got a bull fifc the breast which penetrated his right lung and 1will probably end his life soon John Biddle may recover his wounds though numerous failing to reach a vital spot The escape of tho officers Is miraculous The Biddies have dem onstrated on several occasions that they are good marksmen and why they should have failed on this occa sion to bring down their men is a mys tery After the Biddies fell to the snow covered ground the officers picked up the apparently lifeless bodies of Mrs Sorrel and the Biddies and came back to Butler bringing the stolen sleigh patched up harness and worn au horse that the trio had tried so stren uously to get away with toward Can ada and liberty afteor she be came involved In the affair through Shte and wished she was dead She said she did not shoot herself Butler Pa Feb 1John and Ed ward Biddle the wounded convicts t died Saturday evening Butler Pa Feb 3Tho terrible topictA great deal of sympathy for the boys Is 7oa all sides and not a few expressedII male portion of the crowd expressed a desire to kind manDisacn a wonderful Influence over men and particularly women The jail doors gotIne autopsy and the coroners Jury which 0 t J mIng seleetel4thejU1concerned in the capture was taken except Robert Ray V testifiedDotllmenfellwereWIng on their faces when the officers came up to them Detective McGovern hltllackonend of his Winchester when he onhisoniseitherl shoot them again He steppedSaek and shot Jack again after he wason orerjandheagainlet me die1 Mr Hollldayftiirn ed Jack over and coaxed him McGov hllleThelying downward on the snow at JTheEdBiddlere volver shot fired from a 32caliber re JacltBlddIewound inflicted by the officers fn dis charging their lawful duty rUnder instructions of CoronerSones an autopsy was held on the Diddles Sunday morning The evidence se cured by the autopsy bears oul the intendedtothantb1taken alive and that Ed succeed i In ttyiughhisi Dr Brlcker gave the followin stato ment after the autopsy 9 Jack Biddle was the worst R undo ed of the two men although hdjwas In better condition than Ud whdji the men were brought to the jail Friday night Ho had two gunshot wVjnds on the right side in the region f tho liver the bullets passing up and around tho body and did no da age They were removed on Saturdqk A bullet wound was found In the of ot the mouth but It was slight anddnot have caused his death This found was inflicted by himself with 11eyl dent intention of committing yicide In all Jack was suffering fro l nine wounds but excepting he oar that penetrated tho kidney none of them would have been fatal Eds 1flrrlble sufferings were caused by a bullet wound that struck him on the left breast about an inch and a hal to the right of the nipple and passed down between the fourth and fifth ribs to the left of the heart and through the lung This wound was madejby Ed himself The powder marks are vis ible on the skin Death was caused 1by hemorrhages and the man suffered untold agony to the last breapi An other wound found on his bodyiwas on f9ie S 1nieJhIe voutanytnehfrl tJlq loft riTpple but the bullet struck the anjtID d Ed were 32 caliber and in the opinion of the doctors who held the autopsyr there Is no doubt that he killed himself After the autopsy the bodies of the Biddies were taken in charge thy Un dertaker W P Roessing of uttert who prepared them for burial I Arrangements were made Co take tthe bodies to Plttsburg Monday morn Ing They are in charge of Sheriff T R HoonSince 0the officers concerned In theI fight and capture of the Biddies have had time to cool off a little there appears to be a disposition to be fair towards each other in the matter of th distribution of the prize money and rye ward equally among the four officers dhero the driver J A Snder and the three Pittsburg detectives has been practically consented to by all of tho men except Detective McGovern who is not here spittlng I pital and her condition is not considered so favorable The track of the cullet wound in her breast runs clos to the pleura and the doctors are not yet able to tell whether the hemorrhage is caused by the wound or isi attributable to some other cause not yet fully developed MURDERERS CAPTURED The Slayers of James Heekin Brought to Bay Near Crenshaw Pa Brockwayvllle Pa Feb 3Halfashes ana nearly starved Thos Mad alena and Bennie Poll the Italians wanted for the murder of James Heek In at Shawmut Saturday January 28 were brought to bay in a lonely woods near Crenshaw two miles from this Iiat1 searchedl for since the night of their crime andI the commissioners of Elk county andl the Shawmut Mining Co have offeredI a reward of 1000 for their capture The pursuing party was iomposed of four Italians under the direction of Squire Thomas Keys of this place The murderers had been hiding in the woods since Heekin was murdered They declared that they had had not i Ing to cat for four days and were nearly famished When tho Italian deputies under Squire Keys appeared they were too weak to offer any ma- terIal resistance and were easily over powered by the posse Worst Blizzard of the Winter Cory Pa Feb 31ne worst bliz zard of the winter is raging In Northwestern Pennsylvania Since early 9winddrifts Railway traffic is much iIm peded and telegraph and telephonbi conrpaiihs are bavins much trcuWoS J HER STATEMENT Mrs Soflel Tells of the Flight Wounding and Capture of the Biddle Boys DID HOT INTEND TO GO WITH THEM At the Last Moment the Persuasion ol Edward Induced Her to Cast Her Lot With Them She Says Detective Swinehart Pre vented Detective McGovern From Shooting Her After ShelHad Surrendered Butler Pa Feb 4Mrs Sofia the wardens wlfd made a statement Mon day night to some newspaper men in the presence of Dr Brlcker in which she said I had not intended going with the Biddle boys on tho night of their escape hilt Eds entreaties won me overShe told of how she remained in the library on Thursday morning awaiting the signal for the outbreak It was her intention to let the boys go and she could meet them later While sitting in the library she was almost para lyzed when the two brothers camp crashing through the door In their excitement they had lost the key to this door and had to break it down Ed asked me to come with them I tried to pursuade them to go Then I felt myself giving way to Eds persuasions and yielded We all dashed out on Ross street We then passed along the court house to the alley Ed and Jack went out Grant street and crossing the river we met in Allegheny at their friends house We could not remain there and we were soon out on the road again The night in the schoolhouse was perishing cold The exposure affected me greatly Now I want to say the statements that 1 was Intoxicated are untrue Ed and Jack bought a half ifnt of whisky and I drank some of it It seemed to stimulate me We secured rusleigh and drove through the coun try all night The night was bitter cold There was no robe in the sleigh and I suffered terribly When day light came I was nearly perisJied by tho cold Mrs Soffel then narrated the terri ble scene of the capture The boys know the detectives were after us and they consulted about defending themselves Ed said to Jack It is a life for a life lets shoot them down When they saw them appear Ed told Jack to get ready He recognized Detective Roach Detective Me tGqvqqn sot out qf tho sleigh and was followed by ffifc other two I saw De tective McGovern fire The shots were returned by Ed and Jack Then there was a fiiBilade of bullets I saw Ed and Jack fall out of tho sleigh 1 was shot The horse took fright and ran away Detective McGovern said Kill all the dd rascals and pointed his gun at me- Detective Swinehart called to him to have mercy on me that it was only a woman and not to shoot me I did not fall out of the sleigh I jumped out That was all I remember De tective Swinehart ran to me and ask ed me if I was hurt and I said I was shot He raised me up and held my head on his knees Then I felj myself fainting and the next thing I knew 1 ewas in the sleigh We arrived at tho jail and the rest is all known My gratitude is to Detective Swinehart for his treatment of me and savin me from being shot down The detectives were justified in shoot ing at the uoysl for they intended to kill them THE RIDDLE BROTHERS Their Remains Removed From Butler PittsburgePittsburg Pa Feb tThe remains of Edward and John Diddle the dead bandits arrived at the Pittsburg Western railroad station shortly after 8 oclock Monday morning and were at once taken to the Pittsburg morgue The bodies were in rough boxes In charge of Detectives Roach and Swine hart who were accompanied by Dep uty Sheriff Hoon Constable Aaron Thompson and J Holliday of Butler The morgue wagon was waiting and the bodies were quickly driven to the morgue for identification The remains of the murderers will be turned over to their brother Harry Biddle who will see test they receive proper interment in the South Side cemetery The funeral will be conducted as pri valelyl as possible Dispatches from Butler say Mrs Sof fels condition is unchanged While it is believed that she will get well the danger Is not past and on account qf this uncertainty in her condition noth ing Is being done in the way of prep orations for her removal to Pittsburg If she lives in addition to answering to the charge of aiding prisoners to escape she will be confronted by charges of furnishing the Biddies with firearms and aiding the felonious as sault upon the jail guards and the officers who effected the capture In But ler Mrs Sorrel is already taking steps to defend herself and has written to a prominent Pittsburg attorney to engage his services His Remains Interred Santiago Chili Feb 4 Theremains of Don AnibaZanartu a senator for mer vice president and a former rain ister who died suddenly Saturday were intenidhere M ldaYi Mixed latoleThe juvenile son ran army officer made GeorgeWashington calledduringentertain the children and instill a lesson of manly honor and patriotism told them the theherrymachinterested badlytwisted storytheCountry Washington must hoes been a wOllderul man said the boy lIe smashed thE liberty bell wit his little hatchet and his father whipped him with a cherry tree I for telling a lie It took paterfamilias sometime to straighten things out Washington Star Grand Trunk aeon res Space nt SliortNiiiciiM Show The Grand Trunk Railway Company has completed arrangements for an extensive exhibition in connection with the second annual Sportsmens Show to beheld in Chi cago from February 3 until February 22 Show is being held in the Coliseum a llarie building admirably suited for the pur pose The exposition will probably be the lineal that has ever taken place in America deringI hibit will include the collection of large photographs of scenes throughout the sum mel resort districts situated on its line BaysDlagnetalvanGeorgian Bar ICawartla Lakes and Lakes Bimcoe and Couchiching as well as views on the Portland division combining land and water scopes tcenes in the White Moun tains and surf bathing scenes taken on the Maine rea coast GrandTrunkwill be one of the most attractive and most interesting exhibits at the show The Grand Trunk iNS expended thousands of dollars UnitedStatesdistricts emhraedof Ontario nearly 30000 tourists were car ried during the summer months the ma Statesheseeach year finds the told accommodation in tructureever increasing travel that is being brought into Canada I Itenlhttlc GrimesWhat do you think of Landtr maia marine novel Hurley It is the most perfect thing I ever got hold of It actually w surcharged with the sea I was sick before I had read three pages of itBoston Transcript Stops the CoiiKli and VorUs ort the Cold I Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Prico25c j i CoilNtlltlt I AliceOhrust Caolly unt engaged He iit trpe to bis fillP fove- aMiryWho is that holly l Puck I do CJnrurnptioncolJsJohn 15 900 Yes they call it a rural play but i I lackingWhli I onII letin J Dropsy treated free by Dr H H Greens SOUR of Atlanta Ga The Rrcatast dnpsy specialists In Uio world Read their advcr I tisemcut In ooolber column of this Xo sooner has a oJoqueUo given poperol bination that tinkxks liar heart sets about ebttngiitg i itIownropiea I PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not stain the hands or spot the kettle ex cept green and purple I It is needles to say that things needless to My constitute a large proportion of things that are idtok theII Dont Neglect a Cough Take Some Hales i i of Horehound and Tar instanter j Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute When a man is paid for playing he calls i j it work Chicago Daily News = I I i1 DON T I + I iGRIN AND BEAR IT j- I i HAVEtIF YOU Rheumatism l Gout Sciatica or t+ IIISt Neuralgia Jacobs Bronchitisi Oil i i o The result will be Immediate relief fromI penetratestf T I f CONQUERS PAIN 1 l Sod everywhere 25 eta and SO cts 1 + i i ti WE PAY 20 a Wnk and EXPENSES to men with rip to Introduce our Poultry Compound Send Stamp ACME lira Co Dept2 EajtSt Louis til I NiW DISCOVERY glvag DROPSYi quick relief and cure wont treatmentFree u MISS BONNIE DELANO r A Chicago Society lady in a letter to Mrs Piliiham says 1 DEAR Mns PISKUA1fOl all the grateful daughters to whom you have f given health and life none are more glad than I n My home and my life was happy MUSS BOKXIE DEIAKO until illness came upon me three yearS ago I first noticed it by being irreg ular and having very painful and scanty menstruation gradually my general health failed I could not en joy my meals r I became languid and nervous with griping pains frequently in the groins- I I advised with our family phys ician who prescribed without any im procment One day he sadTryLydia Piiikluims Remedies I did thank God the next month I was better and it gradually built me up until in four months I was cured This is nearly a year ago and I have not had n pain or ache since Itoxxre DELAKO 3248 Indiana Ave Chicago Ill15000 forfeit If nbooe testimonial Is not 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eettaandNo FAKESALAftYoI1rbutlrinllJmh + lontO rrltetodayNetermiedstampSUCCESS A PLANTSL1= IRapelntxuldneagsnvigor a makes it possible to prow swine and sheep I and cattle all over America at le alb It is marvelously prolific alzeri catalog tells Giant incarnate Clover I Produces a Inxuriant crop three feet Ioujj within Mr weeks after seeding and and lou of pasturage all summer long Tt besides Will dower any yhae Price a dirt cheap andGFodder Plantsore LUu C v uuuuu U1 uUnlIIIWT =arm eWI FARMOFRIHA and l tons of toy per age pollen Dollar Grats etc etc Salvers Grass Mixtures Yielding C tons of magnlflccnt hay and aa endless amount of pattnge on any farm In AaacrlM ttromtis lncrnis 6 tons ef Hay per Mere The ereat gat of the century Browing wherever soil Is found Oar creat catalocne worth seise- any wide American gardener or farmer la mailed to yoa with many farm teed sasipUt aye receipt of Volt W fonts postage mr Catalog alone Seems for postage JOHN A SALZER SEED COMPANY LaCrosse Wk t t T a ll I y U I Q Sr tf C TrnTcE tr rC4Q CkrrE trtlnl aa rr w t u 1 INTERESTING STATE NEWSJl k T w T wT T T T w w1 w wT- p wI GENERAL ASSEMBLYII j Legislaturextat a fXSenatoTltereamost important raesure of the day was a senate bill to give the women of I Kentucky the right to vote in preslden i tial elections Outer bills were introduced as follows Act to provide thatt the union label shall be on all stateE printing act to provide coguardlan chitAp HouseThe house convened at noon llwith several members absent Mr Letterles bill to regulate the practise of barbering and to provide for proper sanitation of barber shops and tools was brought up at the opening of busi ness An amendment to make it ef fective only in first second and third t LetterIepassage The author of the bill was 1 1absent as were many members The bill passed by a vote of 43 to 13 Adm Schleys telegram regretting his Ina I bility to visit the legislature was read to the house- Frtnkfort Jan 29 There were short sessions in both rouses of the I Kentucky legislature Tuesday Bill day in the house Sxbillrby Mr Parker of Laure rep to pear the act of 1900 creating the reI t bel reward commission and appropri bringing to justice Mr Brown introduced a bill to place the election of the state appellatejudgespresenttermt the devices from ballots was favorably reported by the committee on surIfrage and electionInesday morning adopted a motion to adjourn until Friday Thursday Jan uary 30 is the second anniversary of the Goebel assassination and those who urged adjournment did so as alsofaoreda chance to attend the Sciiley celebra i r 4 tion at Louisville The house committee j on municipalities reported fa vorably a bill changing Paducah from third to second class and it was ad vanced The fight over the state capl lol appropriation bill came up in the house Wednesday A majority report t minority bill was advanced to its second read bjSearcy othe1 appropriation peopiet expended and where they desire it lo cated The vote on ordering the bill d to second reading was taken viva voce and did not amount to a test otheworking MondayThe memberswithout the formality of having pray ers said for them Bills introduced f the house To amend charters of cit- Ies of the second class so as to extend the terms of the present mayors of these towns two years longer and also x repeals the clause which requires that appointments by the mayor shall be confirmed by the boards of council or aldermen to appropriate 200000 for a monument in memory of the conted I crate dead at Perryville battlefield J making consorting of whites and blacks a felony CAPT SILAS F MILLER k ty w One of the Oldest and Most Prominent Men in Louisville Dead LouisvilleI Ky Feb 3Capt Silas F Miller one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of Louisville died Sunday at the ago of SO years He was d captain of the steamer Robert J Ward famous in the LouisvilleNew Orleans trade in antebellum days In 1S50 Capt Miller left the river to take charge of the original Gait House in Louisville He was later for awhile interested In the management of the Burnet House at Cincinnati and en gaged in the woolen manufacture after leturuing to Louisville One of his daughters ia the wife of the mayor of I Louisville Charles F Grainger j Lexington Remains in Darkness Lexington Ky Jan 31 Lexington remains in darkness and street cars and all elevators and plants dependent t on electricity for ewer are paralyzed The Cumberland Telephone Co had over one hundred poles to fall and its service is practically suspended Tel seevecles sable from fallen trees and limbs The aggregate property loss Is over 30000 to the present time t Fatal Pin Scratch Hopkinsville Ky Jan 31Mrs Belle Moore Anderson wife of Dr E i C Anderson died Thursday morning of blood poisoning resulting from a pin scratch on the ball of her foot She had been married seven months y Mrs Louise Burgin Couring Dead Versailles Ky Feb gA telegram from San Antonio Tex announces the death from pneumonia of Mrs LouJIso Burgin Couring aged 38 yearsy he was the daughter of J C Burgin f this city and was one of the hand tamest women in Central Kentucky His Fifth Wedding rj Qwensboro Ky Feb 3Den Hardln ind Mrs Nannie Sims of the Happy Hollow neighborhood in HancockI omrty were married This in If marriage for Hardln and the theII c for Mra Sims i t illliIiI I t J 1 1 r J1 OF THE STORMstIEFFECTS ofIPaducah Ky Feb IThe city is practically dead It Is in darkness many of the streets being blockaded with broken trees and hundreds of wires on broken poles All day as a result of a steady drizzle which froze as it struck wires and poles have been breaking shutting down facto ries and newsIIresscsIare run by electricity are suspended the citys street electric light and fire alarm systems are useless and huge poles snap every hour bringing down their loads of wires and adding to the existing confusion Several roofs have collapsed from the ice and wa ter entailing thousands of dollars damage to stocks in many stores The oldest inhabitant caL remember frombroken25000 and to merchandise over 100 i beIestimated If no other damage results it will require two weeks to straighten things out The damage in all- outhwest Kentucky Is corresponding ly large j i I windistorm and cold snap visited Paducah about 2 oclock Sunday morning and destroyed more property The addi tional damage will reach several thou sand dollars The repair work which had s wating wire and cables were blown down I glassIom railway com I pang to turn on no current for its cars j Some incandescent lights are burning but at 12 oclock at night all current iisj turned off to prevent accidents aThe Ohio Cumberland ana Tonnes see rivers are rising rapuly and the iindications are that Paducah will be visited by another 84 Hood which would mean hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of property destroyed AH possible precautions are being ta ken Owensfaoro Buried In Sleet Owensboro Ky Jan 30 Owensboro Is completely buried in sleet Damage to businoss interests estimated at 1x6000 The Cumberland Telephone Co and Home Telephone Co wires are twisted and broken to pieces block sling streets Owenaboro Ky Feb 3 Although iitt was cola Sunday thousands of people were ovej tie city viewing tilq i y wreMs Sffveraflitoffoa mien weN working for two telephone companies The streets ire almost obstructed wit piles of wires and ice The electric light plant has but one circuit on Street cars are not running 1lt anbusiness and the Western Union hat only three wires working The damagu to property is now estimated at over 150000 The damage to trees was greater Sunday than ever The windI h has leveled nearly every one in titS city to the ground DUEL ON A TRAIN An L N Freight Conductor Met Death While Fighting a Thief Hopkinsville Ky Feb 1A pistol duel at Pembroke resulted in the deaths of Robert Johnson a conductor on an L N freight train and William Sherman a Negro The trainmen caught Sherman steal- Ing and the Negro opened fire shooting Johnson through the neck The conductor after being wounded drew i a revolver and fired four times two Jballs passing through Shermans body The Negro died an hour later his lea body being found in the woods Johnson died in three hours A SWEEPSTAKE RACE Brook Curry Challenges Stallion Ow ers of the Country Lexington Ky Feb IBrook Cur ry has through the local trotting as sociation issued a challenge to the stallion owners of the country for a stallion representative race for 3 year o1ds 500 per entry three heats in five to meet the age of Silent Brook by Dark Night du ing the October meeting here Tod Prelatess Oxford Boy Eldred Hat tie Smith Chesko and many other last colts will be eligible and it is expect ed that the purse will bo worth between 6000 and 1000 Kentucky YoM C A i Louisville Ky Feb 3The twenty first annual state convention of the Y- UC A of Kentucky will be held Paducah February 2023 The conve tion will study and review the religious- condition of young men Louisville Festival Date Changed Louisville Ky Feb 3The Louis ville music festival this year will given in April instead of May as heretofore the dates being 21 22 and 23 Victor Herberts orchestra has been engaged and the list of artists prom ises to be the best over known here Constantine Arrives in Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 3 Constan tine 212 4 by Wilkes Boy the no ed trotting sire owned by Graham Conley arrived from Boston Sunda night to enter the stud of VLISmears v v t r I LITTLE THINGS OF INTEREST The 12 largeat English railway show decreases in uet earnings for thseeond half of 1joi amounting tolSSOi500 A new device is a spring in the cush ion of the automobile drivers seat which throws oil the power the in out he rises or is thrown from his seatThe lmponisish Guiana They are said to last 50 years The life of a white oak tie is ten years Princess Urnsoft wife of the Russian ambassador in Paris has written to the papers warnftjg travelers against the organized system of robbery to which they are exposed OB Italian railways Twenty ears ago hardly 20 percent of our manofwars men were native born and not 50 per cent even naturalized citizens Today fully 90 jper cent are American citizens and pearl 70 per cent are American born At the entrance to the harbor of Genoa Italy there is an acetylene ilighthouse which has been established two years In that time many ejxperl ments have been tried which go to prove that it is superior to electricity There is one of this type at Ttno 40imiles from tenon which cannot be seen from there whereas the acetylene iis plainly visible IN CONTINENTAL EUROPE Europe has five reigning princes who are over SO years old and nine others who are more than 70 Electric cab service in Paris has proved very unprofitable It is said that the loss so far represents 000000 In Holland the extent of the mail service routes is over 30000 miles The iuniform of the postman is semimili tary in character the men themselves are said to be a remarkably handsome body The order prohibiting Spanish army officers from marrying unless they 25 years old or more and enjoy an areIIcome at least equal to the pay of a 1 twin t sheaf 50 n month is n 1 thought to have been promulgated bylt Gen Weyler simply to prevent hisj sons marriage to Senorita Concurla De lt Tanz who though very beautiful andj it noble family is not in all olh r ways acceptable to the general The street ear system of TludaPesth Jis considered the but in the wo d and has been Imitated by several American cities including Washington The un dergrotfnd railway is altos model The stations are built of porcelain tiles in side and out The oars bold 42 people they run by electric thirdrail system and the fare is fqur cents the stations being at interrrflx ofa quarter delmile POINTED PARAGRAPHS 4 poly n fool goose would tackle thcj goldeneinr business i f mflnare cnlotiB or eT8lf3Rg Tierase they get tIe last word II rbfroth He always leads in the stretch The calendar maker has a daysennterIA bachelor snys tIle only thing about women is their taiuty The gossip never makes a long story short enough to leave out Ute scandal The matt on the ddewnlk sees more of the procession than the dram ma jor does The dentist has a pull that is calculated to fill the politicians heart v th envy rIIIn order to be n ftrotcinas a man must have perfect confidence J in his imagination I MARKET REPORT I Cincinnati Feb 1 CATTLE Common 2 85 4 15 25i HOGSSelect shlprs G 35 C 45 Mixed packers 5 90 Q G 20 25dExtra S G 00 FLOURSpring pat 4 10 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red 90 i- CORNNo2 mixed 62 p 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 47 RYE No 2 65 GGn PORK Family S 1G 45 LARD Steam Q 9 l21 BUTTERCh dairy 14 15 2GiChoiceAPPLESChoIce 4 50 Q 5 00 POTATOES 2 50 2 GO Sweet potatoes g 2 75 3 00 75eOld eo 5 GO QI3 50 Chicagont 00rWHEATNo2 red 83ia84iNo 3 spring 71 Q75iCORNNo 2 mixed 6- 5OATSNo2 mixed 46Y 4- 7RYENo2 61 PORKMess 15 60 lo 75 LARDSteam 0 20 i 9 22u New York FLOURWin patent 3 75 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red Q 87 CORNNo 2 mixed p 68 49atGS1NnPORKFamily Q17 25 LARD Steam Q 9 S5 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red S3rs Si Southern S2 4 85Vt fJOATSNo2i1 CATTLE Butchers 4 60575IIHOGSWestern G Louisville WHEATNo2 rod g 89 CORNNo2 mixed Q 67 OATSNo 2 mixed 49 iPORKMess 15 50 25tIndianapolis SGiYGilOATSNo The U S Census Report of Catarrh Jir l 1 g f COMPILED BY THE GAI ST LIVING AUTHORITY fe ON CATARRHAL DISEASES I MRS BELVA A LOCK VOOD Mrs Belva A Lockwood late Candidate for the Presidency vrites I have used your Pe una and I find It an invaluable remedy for cold catarrh and kin Bred diseases also a good tonic for feeble and old people or those run down and with nerves una strung 1 desire also to say that t has no evil effects Mrs I r rockwoods residence is Wash i ngton D C I 0 =c= c r iaitilNoiiifxt Calfiuliir of the Stun i I lil 1 1 ize Doubt of her pile make you i Press j r in to to are one and Minie mans put and unlformltT of all lITdea made erery wane article confldenc to and much the No cotaplalnts made acaimt Black Smoke lee Your la eace other apply him CUMMINGS OF NEW YORK Hon Amos J Cummings of New York says for catarrh I have tried it know it It relieved me andII ly my trip to Cuba and I always have a bottle in reserve Since return I have not suffered r from catarrh but if I do I shall use Peruna again Meantime might send me another bottle IiJ I f Railfray hitftttLeonIlora l 1Inefitateerkiltarlea didtthrow CONGRESSMAN Perunaisgood n Srnithr1 Organ I The manager before the curtain with hw Ideei4c rtrttlate face on andaid to the utiuiax throng i 1tall tare to a ithe i itJIilte the auditntr a lew minute wiiite Sliut tirfoIOlr tin n f licr vicl chord i n bit w thiI i lust now by yawning over x r that wer cent her bau airn t iicipo IH ItuiilliliK Iliiwn ethe polity cioupier II1Iul u anoihtr of Lord Ross somethinglocyourpstem KindneH in us the that bunts the sung unkimlies DotberLan- dor AMAKESIS font P lief I GENERAL JOE WHEELER Major General Joseph Wheeler commanding the cavalry forces in front of Santiago and authorIof H The Santiago Campaign In speaking of great catarrh rem edy Peruna ysH1 join with Senators Sullivan Roach Me Enery in good opinion of Pe It is recommended to by those who have used it as an excellent tonic particularly effective as a cure for catarrh r how It Iruketl Out Town 1ea their sad it never lure been diwvercu iit for one thing Brown1 bat was that- They couldnt keep divorce pro red PhilOarlptuIr The new eMefef police has notifiedI the lembtr of the New York police tutee that they must keep out ofdebt They have option ot paying a they go or going lIS they doff pay Vothiag prduao luuth a dis couraccntcnt Amiel Grit turns defeat intlivictoryRums norn fpM i t f J- Ili ttIt A or ft oJ r j iJTr J t1I 1 to s t to if g THE CHILDREN ENJOYLife out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy Jt4 ment which they receive and the efforts which they make comes the Kgreater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown When a laxative is needed the remedy which is Jto them to 1onj if ti I 121icveryr f c wellinformed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy sit Vt bemuse of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its beneficial effects is Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should SiJ be used by fathers and mothers Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and naturally without griping irritating or nauseating and which cleanses theT tirj v from the use of the oldtime cathartics and modern imitations and against t b I tdflgrowt I them medicines when medicines are not needed and when nature needs assistance the way of a laxative give them only the simple pleasant and IgentleSyrup of Figs Its qualit is due not only the excellence of the combination of the v j laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices but r also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of rJt9 the little ones do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal P e torssometimes offer increase their profits The genuine article may be t 4iJ- to remember the full name of the Compan t HAZARD Uuard powders manufactured at plant only under the nipenrfo Jon for Scant ThiS- eausDQYarfatlon In the out insures by TIlE HAZARU POWDER COMlANY That Is what one In any lo order continue tu ue means to manufacturer complaint There are no Hazard I powder dealer carrlei It prefer to makes to D CITY on my you came of Prim h tc to TriVwni1 U ativi stafk u honey ot in t the the s and me would the the r oJ i i s r as or CALIFORNIA FIG SYHUP CO is printed on the front of ever pack 7 jJ r xAbeneficialcways necessary to buyr iI4ff l the genuine only t5t 1J yt J I I A ot a I t ILES CURES and POSITI-FJr PIiESF- orfree r aample addressI KESIH TrlbUDe bulldIDi NewIPfL laySJ stampEDJlEEA Beal Usela their runa and mlriasewajlnlIlcrdrto resembles w r MYfiiIIiiDUGKIII6BO0 A Will hit a IIMicMb XoorinJubta and IndMrectA y aetabeM-adInOehlafeed51ee1 TWENTY MILAN NET WHMULUNS 381 DepM5tSaIenOMe A N KE 16O3 WHEN WKITIJie 19 ABTERT18Ele t AdvertMerflat O1 AF 4- a w 4f