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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tA1 f JIcO ii t 001 4 i fi1 tfif 1 1 THE Jdzcj HIC t KMN COURTLIt 1j ttlot I rlny itg OLDEST NEWSFAJPEP I3SrjfFESTKRlSf KENTUCKY i T BLISHED 1859 H ICKMAN FULTON COBBJITY KY MARCH 14 19O2 VOL XXXVIII NO 1c7 t If nmnn + nittnnntnmm mnnttnnntftrnfftttnntnrfnn t 5 ffIt s t 4r 1i M t 4HI1 J rd f The OPENING10 t 1i t myyyyyy OURP NN tI j f = = NEW = = d li 4 M1LMIMY PARhORNNNi WITH TNEuPENING DISPLAY OF Fine MillineryI 0 Dress Goodsfi I N IL ILSilks Wash- Goods c Etc WILL OCC- URThursday JIII I A Iio rH W c March 20 You are cordially invited to tbe presentIr y 1 P W S ELLISON I 00 ttWUlUiittUiUlUtiUUlUiUiUliUUlUiiUiUiUUiiUUiiUUiiUUl FOU A SHORT TIME ONLY I Qr The cost prices wo have made have U sold stacks of goods Dont miss the chance to secure staple goods at cost WILSONS BOOK STORE H BC L A The llickman B lit Association meets next Thursday night 20th in Courier building I I is SNAPPY STYLES t- t r HANDSOME COLORINGS SPLENDID FIT- EXCELLENT I WORKMANSHIP SMAll PRICESr A 4 4 THATS THE SUM AND SUBSTANCE OF x Ef f INTERNATIONAL GARMENTS 11 r H CAMBER Agenttiy- rJ y 4 II 1 E J1 If iD4 1lY r I U T di 1 i a 4P WILL SLOE NEW MADRID COUNTY The St Louis Republic says negro and white Citizens of Chicago will seek LewlsFlynched on the night of February 15 at New Madrid Mo An effort will be lfnr1ridnegrosdeathA large citizens committee com posed of whites and negroes who live in the neighborhood of West Lake street Hermitage avenue and vicinity the locality in which the Wright boy wits born and reared has been organized and already raised a large sum of money with which to employ counsel in titmatter Ponnscot Press M WARRANT FOR EXECUTION OF WRONG MAN New York Tribune The Palatka FIn News relates a ro byGovfor the execution of J B Brown a ne gro murderer By some unexplained blunder the Governor omitted tho name of Brown from the document and in serted in its placo that of Noah T Tilghman of Palatka a Methodist minister a white man and one of the most respected citizens of tho town The sheriff was directed in the war rant to hang the Rev Mr Tilghman on January 25 Of course he did not do f o but the minister is very much annoyed over the incident and feels that an apology is due hima view which strangely enongh the Governor refuses to take T tUR CLEVELANDS VIEWS c ES TO LIVE TO SEE TIlE DEM PRATIO PARTY SUCCESSFUL t f2edian Special to the New Orleans Iout rimes Deunocrat StaritsI CODIIh I wqratot New Orleans relative to- rbleveland10 and the writer sent a tug to the ex President at PrinceI 5 eceivedyI lI1elj1 Je to thank von forseuding me a re Lee editorial Trout your palter and for Peasant letter accompamng it I not be frank if I failed to Ox p my gratification with the evidence Editorial furnishes that my fellow lipcrats in the South are beginning I vSPw me better and to understand JIG course I have felt constrained ue under the mandate of true J disloynltyrtyver that this gratification is as ug compared with the joy of be g that the timei is fast approaching offtt glorBattless heehappy5 G novEH CLEVELAND fI fO- N DOl PAR HOME FOR WEDDING PRESENT 1York T I ChicagoTribune Witiii hIelenit ttnoug the presents which the cif would receive was a mansion I der y1 theJI tbi1egrooms uncle The site for- tf l b boughtLinystd d today when it became k that Col Payne is the buyer of ti V 70x100 feet on Fifth avenue beEw vent eighth and Seventy nit rtis at has been heldat 525000 ttt said that the price paid by Col P fe Ilgureionflu ftedly cost as much more so p Lb 5I weddingtiI ERS STRIKE HARD e t JOU Ib li t1l byqeueralDispatches received here say Ten jlethucu was wounded in the thigh eightiind seventytwo men wore wounded ind one British officer and 200 men are owing The fight in which Gen Metheuu onMarchL colonyTheTho Boers captured all the British laggageIII jrisineri t SCHOOL BOYS FIGHT IN FULTON Fulton Ky March STwo boys who were attending school at Carr Ir stituje engaged in a light on the col lepa ampus Friday and as a result El bridge Grimes was badly cut by Jo Bennett a young Son of grocer J C Bennett The boys mixed over a mere offc 4se and Bennett struck Grimes Thelatter retaliated with a blow and broker ills little linger Bennett then cuflhim infthe throat with a knife J BIG OFFER I ML aAY BOY MAY GET S400CO FOR INVENTION Nathan StubbleJiold of near Murray Udlloway county who claims to have iuvntcd the wireless telephone left laflHotght for Washington to see about hispatent It is said that ho has re ceivpifan offer from two Paris capitalist lS40000 for his invention with a I antiIr theinrFnlton Loader f t GOtii AT PLEASURE irps lon Tenn March 10 Mist Francis Copass who has won her suit against the Hall Mooly Institute of Martin The jury after being out about five minutes returned a verdict in her favor for 8275 the amount for which the suit was brought I1 The verdict gives great satisfaction to the imblio both here and in Martin MiPffUopaw was discharged because it was Charged she hurt more gentlemen callous than the trustees thought she should have They also hold she went too much into society Shaimd been ensrajed for the session and when discharged sued for the full amount under the agreement A procedent is hereby established where all teachers may go when and where they please after school hours i SEED CORN eecorn white for sale handpicked 2t JNO C Ropen 9 I S y- 1t t Ir to 1 fir J jjjjaeW r fiiOLELiRaLl SALBI Bleached Dmcstic4o per yardworth 6c Only 10 yards S to a customer Just received a Fine Line of Remnant Laces and EmbroideilesI 1 which will be sold at less than cost I pricesSIwrar2ooDowillbe1 have a nice lot of Mens Pants which 1 will sell from 81 to 4 worth sum to 50- 0I Ladles Mercerized Satino underskirts fiOc to 250 worth 76o to 8360 Ladies walking Skirts 125 to 500 worth 250 to 700 oOc Cashmeres go DRESS at 37ic GOODSIII Flannel worth GOc will be Crepons worth 1125 and S yar- dritfir patterns 3i 1 to GOc worth GOc to A lOOJperii- S yard yardReadyChildrens Two Piece Heavy fleeced lined Underwear at35c 50cIworth 60 Just received a big lot of liens and Boys Cars whichwill S be sold at 15 to 35c worth 25 to 50c A Fine Line of Neckwear and Mufflers at Costa I will give you the best bargains you ever had in Shoes Ladies and Mens Storm Rubbers at 35c Misses and Childrens go at 22c per pair yourselfMen Rolls of 35 n 40 yds S going at only 1 per roil With every 500 worth of Browns Shoes will be given a large wall map of the United States and Territories Le De SIMMONS Zr51IoQJ6 d7W W L ill fj TELLING OFf TIlE NEW THINGS The incoming values tor the spring furniture rangefromselect subject matter Then they are rightly pricedand its a good time now to test the accuracy of this state ment and its an interesting buying time for you while the stock is brimfull of the now thingswhile every portion is alert We pledge you an unusually goo- dseasona buying time of great interest as these will show Gotton top Matresses S I 40 Firsti = class Comb Matrs 3 50 ii Steel Springs1 1190 Comforts from 90c up j 9 NsMITHI 11 4 h LIE STEAL DRINK AND SWEARI There is a newspaper in Kansas whose motto is Lie Steal drinkand swear and it is thus explained by the editor vWhen you lie let it bo down I to pleasautdrenuas when you steal let it be away from immoral associates when you drink let it bo pure water when you swear let it bo that you will patronize your home paper pay your subscription and not send your jobI work away from home I WILL BUILD CLUB HOUSE The sum of 100 was paid for an acre of land on Reclfoot Lake last Monday at Cooks lauding A fine club house will be built on the bluff above The following are the incorporators S Waddell lohn Semones W E Web ster John Joiner J C Burdick Joseph Roberts II Dietzel John ODonnell J O ll ynold N U lJeasant1JW GeoIDahnke narry George Hardy W T Casey Josh Ulams Keb Lookeref W a Caldwell Ed McAlistor II C Alexander Dan- BeckhamTroy News Banner H f- i I NO LOCUSTS THIS YEAR THEY WII tEAGAINUNTIL As much has been said recently in regard to the 17yeeir Locusts we reproduce an article on the subject f written by Over Sixty in the Mad isonville Hustler which apparently settles the question at least for the present Tne contributor says We see an article in the Hustler of Febru ary 28 that we wish to say a few words about I never heard or read of seven teen year locusts before We have no recollection of old people speaking of them The first locust year wb know Thtiyhavethen every thirteen years and n locusts in the intervening years T is something that is very much locust that makes its appearance heitfirst of every June every year make a sound quite different from tke Pharach locust The last jootftK year was 1894 They will noteosig again until 1907 No locusts this UrN We know we are correct in ourdatM frt j J o S i f t h f S CITY ORDINANCES tS V ofthemeatYagon ordinance as passed at the last regular meeting Error having been jrikdein wording in writing up the comocil proceedings I MEAT onniNAXcK The City Council of the city of Hick w towitThatisa1 beItgamejjiCDftHgetalicensedbotcherA notboughtOityOlerkalicense payinghimthirtysixdollarsmount for a shorter time provided no beissuedthrlemonths2nd Any person violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor rind upon conviction shall be finednot less than thirtysix nor more than one hundred dollars 4 All ordinances in conflict hereto i h are hereby repealed k MayorVHCHEIU rOUQII LOCKED WAGON ORDINANCE The city council of the city of Hick witSeclperson to rough lock a wagon up cityunless thestreetslocked wheel Sec 2 Any person violating this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of inthetwentyliveMayorH8 IMPROVEMENTS CONSIDERABLE EXPENDITURE TO BE ilADEAT MARTIN t The Nushvillo Chattmoog J Sr Louis Rail Wity has bought 80 acres of coolchuteThe tract of laud ahalfpropertyThis handsomesnlaUMownthe Illinois Central Railroad A freight depot will be erected later the old ono undfreightimportant LouisRailwaypassengers and freight with the Illi StIJonisIn addition to this Martin has been trainsbyStLouisenginesandrunsThisofthomovetheIrTAKE NOTICE andfriendsex reunIonAprilSaturdayMarchshall f tokuowtransportationyouahonld thetIavelingwith us J G PARKER Com Fulton Ky LAWLESSNESS CONDIMNED c The Elevator Current published at Hickman in the interest of appeal1 citizens to create a sentiment against the maltreatment of thei r race by lawless whites and we feel that the article is well triiued owing to the recent rimes in Nest Tennesee nnb the killing of Bin Dooley in Fulton It isi the tyerjr lowest of the white rare who fcoirimit these foul murders the 3 bet gclnssof whites taking sides against the commission of such crimes as evidence by the large re trvnrdsotreredfor the conviction of the murder or murders of Dooleyt ITFe appreciate the fact ns law tabldin i whites that the negroes bare defenseless class but we as ure them that we do not condone lawlessness by members of our trace and this can only be done by giving them an education and the protection of the law Columbus Critic The Porto Rico House of Delegates has sent a memorial to the Congress of jthe United States setting forth the de preeeed condition of the coffee industry and asking that a bounty of five cents iprpouhd be paid out of the United tefa Treasury for coffeo raised lD weIsthetkingraIlllistt form in the United States jotumence with some ot the in tries when they are infants and keep kt on with them till they have I the slippered pantaloon 1 t 1 i jri l trfJ 1 SEED CORN WILJJE2ABUj Seed corn it is predicted will be j I j worth 82 a bushel in the sluing It is I very scarce on account of the unsatis factory crops and there will not be much of last years crop left for seed The hot winds which struck the early corn during the early stage destroyed tho fertilizing power of the pollen and but Especial I lection of corn vpd and it should I thoroughly Era uTsted Hopkinsvillo Chronic Diarrhoea Mr C B Wingfield of Fair Play Mo wile suffered from chronic dysen tery for thirty five years says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy did him more good than any other medicine he had evor ised Forsnip by Cowgill it Cowgill resignednndfromMassachusetts threatens and boundary American promising Government run and beneficial and private BAPTIST HOOIST BuDtistto each one at it I I was in saw tfaptista remarked tho Methodist Rwere and was nuswerofl not vet r by wateruI dreamod was and saw no Motnodiets but inquiry was told all ou six probation FUSION jt no more 1 tweon Democrat and Eopullst par Jfibeenand kind Jo and his kind boon tho the Pad ncah Democrat The Tennessee j elude 1 i can be 1 new at bar seat the 4 l on ib W a 0 A i i veteran who the at to 25th will a of V E Lee a copy of his for J Your best route to Dalln will be Cotton IMtLTW r I tine runs Its In trains right Into till Eery of the I Nrtlon of lIaUa a ItkMk 1OOr the 1 I Inl hotel amt Within a short Ure rount rout or ticket I rom your hometown H ADAM Agent J H JONES Agent Central Cairo 111 The of who to march an army of Ca into the States annex us to would better be careful Before ho could get his army out of sight of the line some sheriff would throw the whole into jail In broad terms tho irriga tion the t of millions of arid in rWest It is urged upon as a in real estate sure to repay in the to State says theN Y Sun HAY FOR SALE Crab grass hay baled 2t Jxo C ROPER l VS dreams other night cnnrch social dreamed heaven and no therf I inqnh where they They have arrived theyre coming retorted the Baptist that I 3um heaven thQrg upon I that they were outside the wall mouths NO There will be fusion ijp the 1 ocrats Jo Parkers of of Pops have alwavu in sorvioo of party Masons of will ox saloon keepers I the J and fir Any Dallas April 22nd receive picture General Robert and suitable vtathr tulnese Ticket Union United crowd Federal lands long fi BIDS WANTED Sealed bids for the City Hall iI roof will be by the JI up to noon on the first in April with hand brush 11 IiO HELM doI N the maker and ladies tailor will return to and will be lnd I also invites new customers to call and I sec her She is just trout Sty Touis she has the the latest styles for spring and I Please call and fee lieriai L D c 2ii di SWAP GIRL fur the present are con their idtpity under an theyhavecue of which they desire to exchange fOr a girl llaby it being that md bearing every mark of refinement call for the answer to the advertise i neat lint eflorts to discover where she lines have beta cleverly balked A lumber of persons have answered the advertisement showing that other pmrents have been Qiasnplwiuted in the jex of their children Chicago Tele grain to the Philadelphia Record 1IRE AT OAI TON The report u printed that the town of aktou lliakinnn county was by lire Monday UilCht The report lucks curl The date for the State Medical unnnal meeting has been fixed for May 7 S and U in Puducah 1r1902 f1odel ONLY 117e5 i 1 Improved Jay Bird Bicycles are the cheap wheels in the United States onThe todate ideas Pinand repair parts furnished promptly They are made from Seamless Stwl Tubing hivc finest twopieced Spring StoolI Cranks Ball Bearings throughout Ball Retainers in broth Hubs and han- ger style box crown flush joints Internal fastenings handle post ighrgrade pedals celebratodGarford saddle Good year Single tube Tires ounrantoed tight Adjtistnple Handl Bars on Gouts machine upturned stationary Handle Ladies ifc It tai it tJ vJJ We Garry Fun linG of Wheels and Bidiloles SUDaneSe SOur 2250 Wheels we Guarantee e j the Equal of anWheel on the Market g- J L P W S ELLISONI J Free 1icture ol Uen Lee contemplates attending Reunion handsome farewell address YJandheart within or 1Idletanee of andouantaQonltoat Traveling Parea er Station tCanadian member parliament ladmua Canada project coutemplates reclamation ubontjiffi hundred Congress speculation tho incidentally Territorial interests fiLT Populists Republican 0 painting received undersigned Monday ofironapplied Miss Johnson fnshionablcdress manyfriends I where been past twoSeeks studying summer SIM- MONSIiuiiiiiiiiiuIii WOULD BOY TWIN FOR Parents who coaling atlvertia stipulated breedingA destroyed Jrmatiou Kentucky Association best J with Bars J TO ALL PERSONS HAV IN FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC fOR SALE StLouisBt efforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory to its lines and to engage the attention MlDufl1cturingStesre solicits the support the cooperation and oveIct pUtsTbemauagomcnt sololease or water power or mineral lands for salsto se will send a brief description of stone iillgtheprieIs prices asked of local buyers The management does not proposo to aid in selling land to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Largo tracts suitable for colonization at low prices aro especially wanted KILLEBREWIndustrial AgentIITraffc Manager NASHVILLE TENN MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOR ColdsThanLung Remedies Combined positivelycuresBronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay HoarsenessSoreWhooping PAYPriceCOWGILL COWGILL ACroceriesAJ 1 Hardware Queensware r3B Hay Oats Iran Llilcdllt- 5We Cemejfr I- h cnrry Z 4llinsI v Our motto is HOOD GOODS at PAIR PRECE3 Tryus Clinton Stroot Telphona6 Goods Promptly Delivered c COURIER JOURNAL I TIMES A 2 EgKSI101 TIMES A Y The TWICE WEEK COURIER publishedin manyDailiesSemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SUN Editor toNEWSto THE HOME Sample copies sort free on application Address COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky C a Jns W Roney ATTORNEYATLAWI Located at the Court liouae rfTunOUUlIV OHIO It It Between St Loui aSid New Orleans St Louis and Mobile St Louis and lacksouville Ask fur liikejs via MSc O R R- Cs M E SAKEE Gene at Grocer Powell Block Clinton St Having IjrarcIisll l thin JriMerr Krb x J J C tlnudnr ins weald tie JiiJ1 in hive all oM friends to call Fr nb Jo + dl end Ihoic Usfnia l Tinitvi Ificr Mr C K Smith tho tuner thor oughly competent and skilled is now with R B Ureranl Rooting and nil kinds of Tin Work Gitr him a will R B IhuvAltbII= C =c A Lilinrnl OiV i The undersigned will gif u freo nuLiverreliable remedy for disorders of ti IIe eonatipatioaThisOowKill wgill Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to date CGCITY BARBER SHOP hgretopatronage or irtko more plfnsuro iu try trig to please y ju than wn old reliable barbors R U CALDWBLL aowrLLl18DR SK DAVIDSON rye tist1 16 Htt CowgiHfKDrne Store t I ITHROUGH PULLMAN DCTWCCN SLEEPERS ST LOUIS AND JACKSONVILLE ST LOUIS AND MOBILE ST LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS ASK FOR TICKETS VIA M a O x 7 I II 7INSUREIN THE MUTUAl1BIEPI1J L1IE a INSUIlANUI 00 NEWARK NEW JERSEY 0Established in 15 The special ad VTinUigea of a policy inthe mutual Ben oflt are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS neguinmg with Second year which mfty be used to reduce premiums or iu policya specified and gradually diminishing ape 2 CASH LOAN S Availnblu at any tjuio alter two yenre prumiums have been paid 8 NO RESTRICTIONS As to rtIdeMC trauel ur occupa tion otter two years 11 INCONTESTABLE Aftei two yours 6 INSURED ANY CHANGE DEN EKTOIARY INSUItEDAfter having failed to pay the pre continulcIforpe rind as tho value will carry it provided I paidfAll this taken in connection with the ttrength of tlu Company its low rate of expousQ and its largo dividends com alldesiringEXAMINE IT and yon will bo CON SPECIMENPOLIOIES tion will be furnished by R T TYLER AGT IIII WE TB T r THEM A L Nunnallys Candies 1 ReigersICALIFORNIA PERFUMES PotSALE BY- Co vgilll Cowgill- DRUGGISTS COAU COAL I Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accom all ied bTy I delJyI TION ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Ales A Faris Son Lockjaw Front Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cnt lately gave at ttheleud Arnica Salve the infallible healer Erupt cures or no pay Only 25c at Cowgills Cowgiirs drug store j THE nEST IS TilE CHEAPESTo r Not how chap but how good is the x question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBLIC afirstclassthat is youureadyou are AterestingiqbestE money and brains can predoc those should bo the distuigtiisl I traits or the newspaper that u dtsei to bo rend by all members OC the family J 4nrnewsdealerwill receive your snbscriptk may mail it direct to THE UYiTiD CUNIEDJ KTit 9 tForatApril tmUeanDonTieketalakedforto 4 easeseoaMay l varUe + Jrt- q f y- x 1 10 e t n z NOTICEAQ iC= i J = TOkALLj PERSONS INDEBT ED TO THE FIRM OF M IISHAWS ONX TO COM m F ti 7 i g b rm ONCE i n t g r f II 1- 1 j I u 1 NA l ieq FACtcYtl Mi R A Nl E MENTS IN EE ARV TOrrrrnwa y THEIR ACCOUNTSI MLB SHAWl o 1 t 1 th 4 sE5 We have an Elephant on hands E 4J in theJ way ofd 3 TWO THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK =alp v OF =4 4 IENSand BOYS CLOTHING e sLADIES CLOAKS HATSCAPS SHOES ant =4t NOTIONS 4=Iorall kinds that we are going to Sell at 7fc on the dollar actual cost Will have Auction r == i EVERY SATURDAY =All sums of 8500 and nnder Cash andover 500 G mouths fi= credit good note and no interest i lttm11At J R BROWN =r7ks tmnmmtmmmnmtmnmmmm Ku FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Qli box steetp 5iokan Y Absolute Safety is the Basis I Thai we offer to depositors Other inducements are of secondary importance Upon this G1ta1anteellJe solicit your 1 ctt o trrJ J A THOMPSON Cashiera H BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS J J c BOXDORAXT H 1ucIIAN1Y J1 THOMPSON 1 C CHEEK It 5f Isis i J W ALEXAXIIUR H B THRELKEL1 nO TO BAR- Frankfort OUT THE WOMEN Ky March 11Tho General Assembly has adopted and sent to the Governor for approval a bill taking hem the women of Kentucky the right to vote in school trustees elections The bill was introduced by Air Klair of Lexington In that city at the last general election the negro women controlled the election Tho story comes by cable and it would be too expensive send an expert re porter to Paris to Qif the announcetment that a dinner fork has re moved from the stomach of a man who swallowed tie implement on a bet and t thgt the patient is now doing well The 1 Story will have to be depended on u true because it is in all the papersI At this distance the author can safely give tae number and the street where the man lives tI17iM1S5 JMabelle C Goalder ouo ofour trimmersandid position with II A Stevens Co of Pauls Valley i T where she will have charge of the milinery dept She icommunityiP will miss her very much but wish f unbounded success in her new L ti lon I l Mr Marconi encourages people to be tt that ho will be able to make his relaas telegraph practical for service vMiJlie Pacific Ocean and the advo ta Pacific cable will hold their jfic awhile It might be woll 41 KJor the distinguished inventor beyond question before fie that his system is JPkaleall purposes across a water Wonders have been accomplished but as vet in no urge enough quantities to assure com pwrciftl success k c r Ji Ct 1t J 1Jfrv f LASER AT BALTZPRS Rudolph Glaser will open up his shoe shop iu tho store of Baltzer Dodd where he will ho glad for his old friends and cot tamers to call rMrs Emma Moore died in East Hick man Thursday morning March 13 of dropsy1 Aged G5 years She was a member of tho Methodist church and knewhermourn her loss She was buried nt tho City Cemetery Sympathy is ex ended time bereaved RIVER NEWS The river is something over 40 ft at Cairo and will scarcely reach 41 All U upper rivers are falling and we reason toa daytrvabnt or it does commence wayiutoand are practically imprisoned a cramped for room at low tide TI deoplo of Eastport insensible to the possibilities of their town as a summer resort are trying to shoot the monsters dynliritea interesti jegrocery house of Rogers Throlkeld and the business will be underSonMrcompetent and enterprising young man and willprove a valuable acquisition to Hick man business interests retSectaryji 1899 tislandi i f Ao 4 C rocnI t 1 flC J idytry Ctyi tty6y f N C ST L R R SCHEDULE f LEAVfl HIOKMAN No 8 Loaves 205 It nil No 5 Leaves 955nn No flag Leaves 700 nti1 1 ARRIVE J Xo 4 Arrives 140 p No 52 Arrive 720 a ni No 54 Arrives 880pII I4MarchJ ntifipJdPiinco Ilonrv of Itnssiu sailed fur home Tuesday Mr l 11 T LiI r Mi Titstuv lu rii d rwluti ill Alfiiiitii Mr suit Mrs 11 iii IlirL viinJ rJ lives lit Ifi ktnuii tlus W cL Einbiiuiej v I mb + is at ttlhr IMJmI I ui Allsn lgl t lrtllS I Itt oniug Aitoine WalUT GtiW of Troy y as Ill 111CAU all ui lUltS Tuesday j Tho W C T Us will moot with Mo LIXZC Llioi T irtsday evouing li W j Mr and Mrs lorry Malone of Ujiort j City were visitors here this week 1 j Sleulpllfisfiiinily f if- t I Abraham Lincolns birth placo un Hodgfiivillu may be sold by the ShornIT for taxes t The N C A St L railroad eompiflJ will build shops and roundhouses Martin t 4 RfcoNaylor S wqptoMiss Riddle left for home NaBhvdlojj Tuesday leaving many new mad friends behind tFf ir The popular dry goods man RLii Bradley has taken a position with L P1 W S Ellison i Jailer Noonon has been cleaning Up the court house yard this week and itlooks more respectable Mr and Mrs Jno Holland and chil dreii of Jonesboro Arkero visiting Mr unIt Mrs J A Stubbs Miss Slublc French loft Tuesday for Croley La to atted the marriage of her school mate Miss Simla Clark liss Josephine Liule daugr of loftTuesday i This Is said to bo the season for tliei seceuteen year locusts and the rvi30Ii acres predict that there will be millions of them i 11 i matecompetent young men in this section rvitTrUbYShlrlCarpenterof disturbing public worship old iu dictmeut andIS held for trial There bids fair to be an unusna de mand for good seed corn the coining tbeltharli I nei3twithTuesiiai30aticeeause are reluosted w bl press t 1 IIL D Simmons one of our leading Iller chants m dry goods furnishings ltdshoes hits jtst returned Irom St Louis weufseleotod l1eA lilliculty occurred between two negroes at Picketts boat above Ittpk man Wednesday m which one negro was so seriously onto that ne is nottl petted to live Both negroes are from Cairo lV President Roosevelt has cautione lies clerks formerly known as cabinet ofllSrs to talk less to tho press saying he will tell the reporters himself all ho curS for the public to know M nnty Clark lnton Issued liorlKP this week for the marriage of Walter M Cason to Clara Butler The mar briageCaldwell and the cermony performed by Judge Nearby Fred Overlield was arrested in Paducah by government officers He is wanted on the charge of interfering with the mails by attempting to ride a horse in the postoflice at Pool There is said to be a strong Gorman sentiment in several Southern states Senator Gorman is the ono conspicuous Eastern Democrat who can read his ti tie clear as to party regulaity Good material good workmanship good tit and good values are the distin guishing features of International mndetomeasure clothes See spring samples at tMBElLUStoyrFexv men will take anr chances in Wielding over any of the old corn crop for the chances are that it will be more thah ten years old before corn will be worth as much as will duri ng the first half of 1902 successndmoful who was always talking about business being bad Never allow your ili anyiabout depressed markets or hard times Learn to talk up not down The name of Grover Cleveland still Tots into the papers occasionally on one pretext and another but when his Ad ministration is thought of in another Presidential connection the name of Richard Olney always seems to forge to the front New York is suggested as the battleground for tho Presidency again in 19t It might be the old combination Now York New Jersey Indiana and Couneticut Then again Illinois and j Wisconsin might take a notion to come II in again as pivotal points Ii 1 F 11 ij j f I 7 U I immmmmwmwmmmmwtwtm mn mnnr rmmnnm t Happy Home to 4 SEWING MACHIN1 t s GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS Five Drawers Drophead High Arm Oak Wood Work Double Feed i Double Lock Stitch WinderStitch c fiJ StRlrTRO Of MfFY rlon SEWlftQ nAttUH IT REQUIRES yonra of experience lurgonlauufacturingthe latest special and automatic ma hinery to produce a good and satisfac wry Sowing Machine at an economical price THE HAPPY Homo is built by a actbry possessing all of these requisites u1if1t geode anr all reltnblo and fully guaranteed not only to work well but theysoon qualitiwill ILShUJtiuK itloodelJ ELLISONS- E3 X O 3KL MAN1 1 l A CCIDENTATMENGELFATORY Richmond McDaniel In jured Richaioud McDaniel a son of Mr Marshal McDauiel was seriously in juried at the Men el factory Thunwlny Iby which it S5i said ho will lose one foot run tho other severely hurt Ho was engaged in helping to unload sonic machinery The accident occurred as thot Courier Wilt going to profir and therefore can 1give ma ptiriioularH ot tho lthn nUiblo occuntuce or that rrault of tie Doctors operation All stock in tho Wickliffe oil well has been watered judging from all re dSrts The drillers struck water at a jicpth if 600 foot and it Hows from tin pipe in a steady stream The price of stock will now go down to boil rock Bulletin TWO WORK MULES Two young work mules 2t JNO C IlOlKK Though ninny people are killed each year by cyclones and kindred atmos pheric disturbances a statistician has calculated that not one person out of a million is killed by such visitationts Thus fact may he one of consolation of tho people just at this season of th year when heavy rains high winds an dark clouds are calculated to unnerye even the strongest A gentleman who hits been inYurip says of Prince Henry I have soon him often in the streets of Berlin and he arouses no more enthusiasm than you or I would nor does he attract any more attention We are making so much fuss over him that the first thing we know he will be making his home here Henry having a wife and several children it can hardly bo charged that he is looking for a rich American girl- Massachusetts has spruutr another in novation by passing a law imposing a license tax of CO cents onvcats It has been an almost universal custon in this country to tax dogs but for some reason the cat has not been made a source of revenue And yet there is io special reason why it should not be As a dis turber of the peace the cat is certainly quitase t ting into tronblo and calling for help Tae Massachusetts system is liable to become popular v r t 4 IiLAc dr to wear well Some machines will owner will pay out more for repairs in a short time than the original costs of tho satisfactory onr Happy Home sewing machine WE DO NOT represent it to be as well finished in nuuecoasnry details as 1i bpr cerned it is tilt class nod claim it to bo I choaIi f finds to his sorrow arc dbar at any price T The extl migo in I by the se ttwinter will not bo known uutil tho is on tho trees Mr P Gresham official of Weather is the for this FOR SALE I I 3f per barrel It S A Wade 0 l f m thedoablewlii h are locked together in the center of tho goods thus a stile i wlich appsus tar sime on biih si s t a of the goods The nuc lim is thoio gii rIy IX111 III llll IIUIIUII and Itpp iiruneo 1 i vor esy lo operate i IM siuipiH to trend Wo ii iNFTihl with tiro latest style a i1 in te bui hill winder which wind if rlr II 111 this nubbin very evenlI j utuiniI tiny ure nu the part ofthev 1 Mionitur further than to file stand tie cdlr 4 j THE MACIllN is fitted with a re i leasing device on the hand wheel j thebobbini I reoII pressertI t popular Hat shank and is self setting THE FEED oubothpostiveinspringtothroughout its full stroke every time a stitch is made regardless of whetherI the work that orheavymarket will be fonnd to possess a feed movement necessitating the use of a maydoas it is a source of and sooner or later will tend to cause trouble The strongwhichgreat durability The more small parts there are tho more complication and KeltingoutTHE STITCH regulator is very sim ontJteTHE is self threading is cylindrical in shape and is made of polished THE WOODWORK Is of good quality oak The design is centerdrawerlength THE STAND is made and finished in a good and substantial manner out and is fitted with means for to take up the wear THE ACCESSORIES sent with each machine without extra include Canfilledscrew drivers sewing guide guide screw and illustrated instruction book 4 attachmentsincluding binder braider four hemmers of assort foothemmerwill be furnished for 75 cents extra i n +teeNEVVetiniCLOTHING FVa I MENS BOY AND CHILDREN 1 We are showing the handsomest line Tof spring Clothing that over crane to hl Hickman Come quick and make your selection for a new EASTER i SUITi T atTM 1 BORN GO I and LAMM Go 1 t xs- r alit greatest Chicago Merchant Tall 0 samplesdT mwwIi+ Our new Spring Stock of Dry Goods Notions etc we are receiving daily TSeeour add next week for bargains Tj 4tI jj Ts 1 BALTZER DODDSt vt+1 rT 4f 1- r i1r toit dOultKentucky bloom Samuel assistant forecast the Lexington Hurestu authority statementCORN O 1 makinr rixfrn operate pattern weakness SHUTTLE modern through adjustment charge The railroads of this country are a planning to spend no less than 840 000000 the coming seasons in new linestbetter equipment and improved tracks j This alone is going to make bueisile o ai for a vast number of people who lifill all be consumers of farm prod acts HAY FOR SALEfChoice timothy hay no weeds 1- ft2tSLDre C at- s 1 K a z I g 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS tf f tFORCONQ RE33 I Yeare authorized to announce SAM TEL CROPLAND of Graves county as a candidate to represent the 1st Congressional District in the Lotftr w House of the nest Congress of the subfparty Quail The House Tuesday afternoon passed the bill making it unlawful to kill quail in this state for tho next two years except for family use The bill makes it a finable offense to otter birds for sale White Caps in Lake County A citizens meeting tins been held at Tiptonville to take sops to suppress the white caps who have lnoa driving out the negroes and terrorizing certain white men who employed negroes An immense majority of the whites are determined to suppress the white rappers The meeting raised 300 employed a detective and think they have positive evidence as to the guilt of several TIt writing has fixed the warning notes on a woman Some anticipated bloody resistance when the otHcers undi rUilte to arrest the white cappers But law and order must be unforced The Mississippi Planj The resolution adopted by the Legis L latureof Mississippi urging andl iudurs ing an alliance between the North and East ou Politics and Business tines is startling us to party lines In this resolution Mississippi only reaflirms the position of the Democratic party since lfsGfi up to 1890 under which the Democrats elected Tilden and OlevpV laud =two terms and cont rolled Con gress several terms In 1890 the Dom crats Cut loose from the Eastern Dem ocratic states of New York New Jersey and lndiatia fap d lost also a ilr1rllul uitikentultyThejtJlLthat lsippidread issue and want fnture battles fought on the old lines 40 Years Ago Our venerable friend Airs Mary Ledwidge furnished the Courier this week a souvenir of the Civil war times in Hickman a copy of the Sabbath School Picnic Journal issued in the Summer of 1861 It is altogether devoted to an account of the Sunday School celebration and the celebration altogether devoted to the cause which at that time moved the hearts of the people of Hickman and this community the Southern Confederacy The cele bration was gotten up Prof fl F Tewlksbery assisted by Misses Sallie Landrum Anna Phelps Sallie Fuqua Lizzie Hughes and Jennie Landrum The music was rendered by Dr Blanton Harris and Walker The young ladies representing States c were Misses Anna Phelps Lydia Faris Irene 4 m berg Josie Phelps Mary Judge Zerena Marrs Jennie Cobb Gertrude Mc Cawley Cornelia Fuqua Ella Atwood Cora Rose Roxana Marrs Mary Mc Intosh Angeline Overton Mary Kirk patrick Caddy Clark Georgia Walker Fannie Fowler Sallie Bailey loUie Overton Victora Amberg Layinia Rose Belle Allen and others Most of the participants will be remembered by ou older citizens many have gone to that bourne from whence no travelers re turn many havo found homes else where and we believe only one is no a resident of Hickman l 4 5 A LETTER Paducah othetPomocrdticmen Seeing in the nubile prints a call by JSlott Ayres chairman for the committpot9 meet in Paducah on Sat urday March 16 1902 to determine nominatingDemocratic suppose a suggestion will be proper I todictatei the premises but in the interest of party harmony suggest that a primary election be called to nominate a Demo cratic candidate for congressman from this district as late as August to the that all upperYexpress their choice that being a time of leisure toth s farmers It will als give all gentlemen who wish to stand for the nomination ample time to make a thorough canvass of the district an will be fair to all aspirants as well as to voters of the district and will keep down and avoid discord in the Demo cratic party in the district ullyiP TALK OF STREET RAILWAY fftt Several Union Cty capitalists agitating a movement of a street raii way for Fulton and Union City The are very enthusiastic and will push the project which may materialize Th plan is to build a street ear line to ru over the towns of Fulton and Union City and also a through line from Union City to Fulton to haul passengers and freight A prominent capitalist iinI Union City says he has the money and fsk can get more money to build the lines and all he wants is tho franchise from both cities He will probably be in f Fulton in a few daysFulton Leader 1 f MORE THAN PLEASED Hundreds of our customers have expressed their delight at the bargains we have given them Come and see us at once WILSONS BOOK STORE F a L f D DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE BENEI FIT OF FREE TRADE I Lexington Transcript We have tried the experiment of an nt =anon quite frequently and always with success Aid with each of these experiments we have also tried the experiment of widening the arena of absoltrt cee trade and always with equal or 6 star success and as the annexed territory grew in wealth in population and in production the ex periment grew in success And yet this very growth made the annexed territory the more formidable as rivals I to the former States and industries If the States which were curved out of the Louisiana Territory constituted a foreign nation as Canada does the protectionists of the East Mississippi Confederation would demonstrate the fatall result of tree trade with it as they now do of free trade with Canada yet evone knows that every State and CM ry section in every port of the Re pnliiio has been greatly iKuefltted by the acquisition and then by the con tinual growth of that territory The xaiui experiment was made with the stmo result when we acquired tire Floridns when we admitted Texas whenl we acquired California and the tfirimry from Mexico when we pur chased Alaska It is passing strange that after these demonstrations throuub a cent ry there should bo any divisions to what policy it is to our udvantngo to pursue toward the Philippine Islands But the most recent experiments havo the sjiino result Free trade with Ha waii has been of enormous benefit to thIS islands cool relatively of advan tage to us Thn still more recent ease of Porto Rico hears the save testimony Con gress patrteda temporary thrill law for Porto Rico It was a compromise bill As prolectbn stipulations have expired by limitation and between Porto Rico and us there is now free trade and the advantage is immediate and material To Porto Rico it iwthu llawn ota new day from the verge of thatILace doubled their product railroads are being constructed and everyone has profitable labor at fair prices The people are contented under our govern ment and are rapidly becoming accus tomes to our institution and re llatively we have hud equal advantage from the growth of their trade and the increase of their prosperity But in another sense the profit has been in calculable The people will be are becoming loyal Americans they will be not only selfsupporting but selfdr fending Our new possessions in the Caribbean sea will be outposts of in estimable value The Vice of Nagging Clouds the happiness of the home but a nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy and happy Try it Only oDe Cowgill S Cowgill guarantee satisfac tionIFROM ST LOUIS TO NASHVILLE The Paducah News Demo crat has the following in relation to a proposed cut off the Illinois Central which will shorten its route from St Louis to Nashvilleg HIt is said that the Illi itsrEldorado division from Eldorado to Cavein Rock thencewacros by bridge to Kentucky and down to Marion where it will be connected with the Paducah and Louisville branch of the Central into Nashville Tenn The right ofway from Eldorado to CaveinRock has been sur theIcontract has been let for the grading and the steel order ed Eightyfive pound steel will be laid which jneans a ballast track The steel now on the road front Pinckney gills to Eldorado will be re railoThe track will be raised dd1 and put in condition for heavy freight and passenger trains When the gap of fifty miles from Eldorado to Marion Ky is built the Illinois Central will havethe LouisrIlyi1 points south It is said the withniu ample time for the world s fair trafficIn CaveinRock the Illinois Central taps one of thedwBhest countries in tll state in minerals Hardin county abounds with lluor spar lead zinc iron an other minerals but it ha lain dormant for the lack of railroad facUitie it hr c r MFR ES a POINTER t t u ffA an p jixiuij our a f SPRING STOCK fOF fI Buggies Plows and I i 1 Harness T OfTWo will halvthularg I eslt =toe 1UHj i M c llttVetover tun 1 tlt + sst xi t HICKMAN InNTuql i+ ofrHooHlfolo HH + RIGHF TO BE VIGOROUS IIn a rtiMMit suit fur HM1 in New York state timeI iilaintifrts i il iur- R l pcrini ion to witli fniv tJsuiwhich was gnllltJtllIpollS11 l13M cor dition that wJftptIscostI ing on the ease the judge slid u It is easy enough to Commence an action where there IS no merit and if the rule of damage to the defendant was not applied men of wealth might absolntly crush the press in every community if they started out to do so It would ho only a question of how much they wouldspare out of their incomes to stifle the prIf it has a right to he vigorous The public does not want dishwater It wants readable articlarticles that will be attractive uuTIcall for public attention A paper when correct and energetic may areale a better atmosphere in thfcommun ity Uj FOR SALE On account of a necessary charge in blood lines to crosswith Judas Isciriots fillies we offer him for sale provided we make the salo on or before April 1st richlyfusedUeo Wilkes and Electioneer and is be youd doubt the most perfect and lwau tifnl trotting stallion Wcr offefffi for stud duty in Western Kentucky lie is just now in his prime being 10 years old this spring He is in perfect lealth and condition We also have a pair of geldingsfourharness and saddle that we would sell Two young Jacks anti five Jenhfet to sell or trade for other stock Parties wishing to buy such as any of the above stock should call on orjwrite us at once VeryrespectfullyBLAIR c 2214t MoscowiJKy If you want to Know what is gSing to be worn by the best dressed menTin the country this spring and sununes goto H C Ambergs and look at the line of the International Tailoring Cbssamples Strayed from Milbnrn lit Sept one black mare pony 14 12 Bands high white spot on back and branded with regarding T LmkinMilburn ky Cut this out and take it tCowgill Cowgills drug store and gut a free sample of Chamberlains Stoniach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach im prove the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size25c per box aUllOrnamentnltown of Hickman to ply his trace and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public You can get first class Painting Gilding Graining Sign Paint ing and Paper Hanging at customary prices arid you can also get your buggy repainted at a nominal cost with the old processnot with patent paint DrugStoreHaving a Htm Coughnltentedy Between the hours of eleven oclock a m and closing time at night on Jan GladeSpringsChamberlains Cough Remedy liesays 11 never handled a medicine that I sold better or gave better satisfaction I hasbeand areetcstililttos effected When rodChamberlainSyou arevpertum to be than Ilensed k gntccureCowgill iSfcdwgill t r Would Smash the ClubII tt If u embers of the Hay Ftvtr A I ciatiou would UW Dr Kings N vv iscovry for Consumption ttt dillrould go to piectM for it ahvas rure his malady and Asihina tilt Ikiud that frontbei ese sufferers from Consumption Pu u Ionia BrpuchittM owe their lives and enlth to it It conquers Grip saves trie ones from Cioop aud WhooplUII ough ant is positively guaranteed IITbroat and Lung troubles fiOc forIrial bottles free at Coweill A Cowg i A 1rlntor irmitly Surprisedl I never was so much surprised cu- tinetry l M I wax with the rt suits ut- ttiuQ Cliamtierlniii Pain Halm sjvs Inry T Cr H k pressiuan of the Astr ileN U Jazttii 1Hllttlftttfl a et ere caise of rli iiiua + ism er ly plat nntiT 11y ettintf my fet net 1 trndl i iveral thinin Ii r it wIII rtftIIH day while Kinking over III hr t iHc noticed that ruin liilin + vis 1tNrtirrly i narIIJt11 III gyre 11IJllatipm w Kinylit H tOttie of it ihii 1 ffop ii iiitr i wo thirds of it my rliiiiaiaisiui ILcI I IIk1 its flight and I liuri tint halti a LenniNlic pain + jlll e Sold tv Cowgill A uwg- iilr I I I a 1 i i BuildingI i 1 1JUaterial jj- i i i ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 11 BEnl k 11 Doors and Wm low 3 SblJlft i Limo and Cement I Builders Hardware uJJ j Paiitu il11 till J1 j t5l h11lNtiCIiFIitKl111 I 1 iCIIKKKPULIVi J JlEU 1 1PjJt 1 Hay Oats Com Brim etc en i I t LP WS Ellison1 = Jv CHEAP RATE or ONE CENT PER MILE TO DALLAS TEXAS APRIL IS TO ill- liv ILLINOIS CENTRAL Good to return until April 30or by extensiont to May 15t Account of Annual Ueunt- ouUXITEDCOXFEDERATE TETEKANS and SONS OF VETERAN Liberal stop over privileges including opportunity to visit scone of famous siege and new National Park site Vicksburg ntI Clump aide trips from Dallas Texas and Oklahoma points Double daily fast service yin Memphis or Vicksburg aud Slwovoport with close connectionsSpecial Train from Louis ville for Kentucky delegates and Clair frlemlsf Write to any Illinois Central Agent or to- W J McBRiDK 0 P T A Louisville- R H Fowum T P A Louisville WM ALFHRD KKMOXD A G P A A II HANSON G P1 JOHN RING OOD I j I ieI 1I1 Del slebrltks standd East Hickman I Keeps all kinds of Groceries and I SuppliesIi S- II A SPECIALTY Goods Delivered Free Telephone No S- 0CARUTHERS BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD + CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES CLINTON STREET HICKMAX KKNKJCKY Telephone Number 00 Cant racy It Secrcj The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming to light No such grand remedy for Liver and Bowel troubles was over known fbofore Thousands bless thorn for curing Constipation Siok Headache Billiousness Jaundice and Indigestion Try them 25c at Cowgill CowgiHs drug store i it r = J w- If iI a WERE S lUNGSS H ES s NOTWITHSTANDING THE COLD WEATHER vu wt y tri Jilt jII Boys and Girls School ShoeSxlr 0 That will stand all the 1Kicks r of and knocksl of the rising generations 15On2OOfLadies ShoesOur s s nt l110 and 2 iO rtJpxtrl rood values for tIlt j ridButtou ind huo all widths lYilitT jSriftdI y nu if yon vant tluDi tri 1i k NEULIGEEio e SHIRTSnt t It LtLu s i 0lu b z tJl 0b 0y Ien uu MENS FINE SHOES IN ALL LEATHERSa7 Th IbMarohare the best patent leather shoes in the mar I l- i ket for SBQ Every pair WAK i HAXTKD Nothing like thrill in Itick inan xAll rips1 sowed awll soles 1pej 1pd IFREE STORE RICE NAYLOR 1 r of t1 cJ FOR THE BEST IK- TCROCBBIESI 2 Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS aJ the LOWEST PRfUES I TO Jt4 Wa Rogers Son VP TO DATE CROCESTyo I WITTIXOS OrD STAND LlvlIjOrlri FreeMEATSClinton Street f FeleplionR 74 i u For New and Fresh Groceries of All Kinds FLOUR7 MEAL BRAND andMEAT We have the Exclusive Agency for J CHASE T 8ANBORNCOFFE muot 1If1 fII I Free Delivaxy SfaQaqI HICEMAN MARBLE WO 1 TOM DILLON Sr Pro rJ l- t Sncc eeor to B G Kainago Marble and Granite CUPi 1 r STONE WORK of all Kind IRON FBNT- OHilcmail TL J q- z rr 1 S tot c 1S rl C ot1J STATE NEWS ITEMSnw4 1 yJ-t IgI p IPP 7iI P p p L a tBILL DEFEATEDJ t f I r tt s ration Democrats and ibiicans Join Hands II wJI 1 n fortcMarch 5SenateThe1 tiijParter capital removal bill dingfr submitting to a vote of people the question of removing T t1 seat of state government to either AtC Ifaille1 or Lexington was hillwl to the sate Tuesday by a vote of 23 to 11 The senate adopted the bill regu requirILg doingbi nfier the passage of the act to deposit Tvfth the state treasurer the total r stocktpaid up capital stock shall dEpQsltini servo fund to make 15000 in ca- shror in bonds or mortgages lien notes or deeds of trust or unencumbered real estate within the state of Ken lucky worth 50 per cent more than the sum loaned thereon HouseThe house passed tile Cole man senate bill establishing a home for indigent confederate soldiers It was adopted by a vote of 76 to 1 It approvalChairmanlion committee reported the revenue specIalbody at 11 oclock next Thursday and for consideration from day to day un til finally disposed of The house regulatingtheat the afternoon session adopted bills retaliatory to Ohio Illinois and Indi ana relative to hunting game The bills require nonresidents to have a license costing 25 annually and pro hibits its carrying of quail out of Ken tuck after the hunt One of the bills prohibits for two years the killing of quail In Kentucky for the purpose of saleFrankfort March GSenateThe Irresentlegislativeover the school book bill came to an Ond Wednesday with the defeat of the Farris county unit local option bill The measure was killed in the senate where It originated and in which body it has been blocking legislation for sev eral weeks past The senate took up and adopteu the Bradley house bill to repeal the tollgate raiders law of 1897 It now goes to the governor Senator Hickman who championed the school bill sought to secure second reading and advancement of the bill passed by the house so that it might be placed in position for discussion and a vote had on It The senate hy a vote of 18 to 16 defeated the mo tionHouseThe redistricting bills came before the house Wednesday The democratic majority adopted them as Indorsed by party caucus In the following order Judicial legislative and congressional The house adopt ed the Renicke bill prohibiting rail road companies from charging for the capacity of a freight car instead of for the weight of the freight contain edthereinFrankfort March 7SennteBflls passed Thursday The Pogue house bill making a number of changes in the school law with reference to the building of school houses and the levying of special taxes the house bill ceding to the United States a tract of land at Lawrenceburg for a public building the house bill repealing the McCain tobacco law It was placed on Its passage and was adopted by a vote of 25 to 7 the house bill giving gradeu schools in cities of the fifth and sixth classes all the rights and privileges to Issue bonds as given to public schools under tne act of 189C House After juggling all day with the chief feature of the new revenue bill the Increase of the rate of state taxation the lower branch of the general assembly late Thursday after noon agreed that the increase should be 2Vj cents on ePoch 100 worth of property making the tax rate 50 cents Under the rules of the house the rules committee will beginning with Friday designate the bills to bo considered during the remaining ten days of the session Tue committee will call up only the Immportant bills Frankfort Ky March 8The anti administration democrats of the senate united with the republican members of that body Friflay and defeated the bill Indorsed by Gov Beckham to repeal the local control law governing the state asylums for the insane and placing these institutions under the management of a central board of throe members The senate adopted the house bill making an an ual appro priation of 15000 to enrourage the live stock farmers of the state HouseThe house passed the sen ajt chlld labor bill making it unlawful 1 waploy child under 14 years ot at 1 unless by consent of the county fc of the county in mines work f Thefpro 1 by Mr Tompkins of Davless7 ig the county assessor the asses i boardLunderfilejrmocepled and the house adoped draent blolr Sharpless of striking ifat of the bill the re to enttnt that distillers include the jkLf number of packages In tax rc 3tb the state auditor The sen riISrf lad passed a bill striking out this r ment rIiJ1fhi Kentucky Musical Prodigy- l Ky March 10Green fcl the musical prodigy signedToPera jkctT jHe goes to Cincinnati iiW they play at the Ly ia lilt Iy MirrIed Some Weeks Ago cli iaijville Ky March SIt is that Miss Myrtle Bowers a uig woman of Versailles and cobs a wellknown young ere secretly married in Lex weeksafotlii- S it 3 0 it IS SLOWLY DYING FamourIII London Ky March 10Gen T T Garrard patriarch of tho Garrard fac tion In Clay county may yet live to see peace in his native county and to know that his kith and kin need have no fears oi being molested by their on roifO However Gen Garrard who has been ill for months is gradually sinking and his relatives say he can not live much longer Dnrlng the last few days Judge B P White a leader of the White faction a brother of John E White and an uncle of rev and John G White i removed his family and household goods from Manchester and he will probbaly settle in Fayetto county where he says he intends to spend tho remainder of his days JAIL UNDER QUARANTINE j Owensboro Council Appoints a Board I of Health With Quick Results I Owensboro Ky March SThe city appointedII a city board of health consisting of five physicians The board met Immo diately with the mayor presiding and issued an order quarantining the count jail its inmates the jailer and fam By and other officials I I The order says any prisoner sere ling his sentence out can either remain in jail during the quarantine or go I to the penthouse for three weeks I The yellow flag is now flying around the premises No new cases were ra i ported Friday but It Is feared there I will be more I There are 41 prisoners In the jail and five are Isolated with bad cases I IFORI A KENTUCKY EXHIBIT t j I j I ApIpriatton Bill Urged By Outsiders Frankfort Ky March 7ExGov Thomas T Crittenden of Missouri jII I accompanied by M E Taylor pres ident of the Louisville board of trade arrived here Thursday night to urge tho members of the house to support the bill appropriating 100000 for the St Louis worlds fair They are both I anxious to have Kentucky fittingly represented at the big exposition and t after talking with several legislators Thursday night expressed the belief that when the revenue bill is disposed of the house will pass the fair ap propriation PASSED A CURFEW ORDINANCE Every One at Petersburg Must Be Home at Nine Oclock or Be Fined Petersburg Ky March 8Hopln to stop the throwing of bowlders at I night the city council has pased a curfew I ordinance It provides that all persons under 16 years of age must be indoors for the night at 8 oclock and all over that age at 9 oclock A 50 cent fine for the first offense is to be doubled in geometrical progres sion for each succeeding offense The citizens are Irate over the ordinance and Its enforcement will probably j cause considerable trouble No Extra Session Probable Frankfort Ky March GThe determination of Goy Beckham not to call a special session is expediting matters with regard to some important legislation It appears that an effort in good faith and earnestness is now being made to push through the bills which must be enacted before the time limit of the present session ex pires New Kentucky Postmasters Washington March 10Tho follow ing fourthclass postmasters were com missioned in Kentucky Bernard ma son county E L Brodt Colfax Flem ing county J S Davis Conklin Ows ley county C G McCallum Cora An derson county Joseph T Hughes Greenbrier Nelson county N H German I Greenmont Laurel county SilasI Hoskins Oslo Lawrence county Connie Jobe Witch Knott county J W Combs Pest House Blown Up Burgin Ky March 10The pest house which was In course of construction one mile from this city was blown up with dynamite by unknown persons and a note was found tacked In a conspicuous place on a tree warn ing the authorities not to rebuild and threatening the workmen with death If they attempted to drive another nail Suspected of Stealing a Watch i Louisville Ky March lOJames L Doran was arrested hero on a charge of stealing a gold watch from J Mc Callum of No 733 Second street Tho watch was found in a pawn shop and Doran was identified as the man who had pawned it- Are After Corbett Louisville Ky March 10As a top off for a night of pugilism Derby night May 3 efforts aro i lng made to have Jim Corbett 6gftthere also Three bouts are ahead negotiated for each one a star and each to be held under a different club At a Ripe Old Age Williamstown Ky March lOWII liam Points the oldest exmember o- fte Kentucky legislature was burled I here eight grandsons acting as pallbearers He lacked but two weeks ot being 91 years old If BIG STRIKE IS ON J eamsters Freight and Express Hand lers at Boston Go Out Boston March 11After nearly six weeks of skirmishing the dreaded la bor war between the organized team sters freight and express handlers of Boston and the two groat railroad cor porations the New York New Haven Hartford and the Jvew York Central Hudson River the latter locally known as the Boston Albany broke out Monday Monday night the outlook was that unless powerful agencies are speedily invoked to compel peace the struggle will have a farreaching effect The strike which is a sympathetic one already involves 8000 men in and about Boston Stopping work because of the discharge of union men who refused to handle nonunion moved freight the various organizations now on strike made every effort Monday to extend their sphere of Influence of affiliated bodies while the corporations energetically tried to fill the strikers places and to receive and dispatch goods of fered them Both met with some meas ure of success Tuesday tho local employes of the groat express companies the Adams and the New York and Boston two companies which handle practically all the fast freight in Southern New England will refuse to work while several smaller bodies of organized labor such as the brewery teamsters and the piano movers as well as freight handlers in East Boston will beidleOn other hand the New York New Haven Hartford railroad after succeeding Monday in moving con siderable freight by Italian labor will augment the force Tuesday and the Boston Albany expects to have n large number of new men at work In its freight sheds The action df tho express men in joining the freight handlers will quick ly affect the fast freight business with nearby business centers like Worcester Springfield Hartford New Ha Yen Providence and Fall River The contest is being closely watched on all sides by labor leaders Nearly every labor union in this city met Monday night to discuss the situa tion The predictions were that the longshoremen numbering about 4000 would strike together with 2000 Knights of Labor freight handlers em ployed by the Boston Maine road and 1000 men in other unions when their assistance is needed If all these I laborers cease work the striking force will be over 14000 men The strike of the longshoremen will be for the purpose of stopping water shipments of freight- HANGED BY A MOB A Negro Accused of Assaulting Two Women Lynched In Arkansas Little Rock Ark March llA spe cial from Foreman Little River county says A Negro giving his name as Horace McCoy accused of assaulting a white woman and a Negress was hanged by a mob at 11 oclock Sun day night At 330 oclock Sunday the Negro assaulted a Negro woman She was badly cut about the head and shoulders in he struggle but succeed ed in getting away Later the Negro met Mrs John demons whom ho also assaulted A desperate fight followed the Negro cutting Mrs Lemons danger ously about the head neck and shoul ders He was captured about dark and at 11 oclock Sunday night was taken out by a mob and lynched KILLED HIS SWEETHEART The Murderer Afterward Put a Bullet In His Own Head Chicago March 11 Monday night in the suburb of Rivervlow 20 miles from Chicago Edward Desnltz 22 years of Vio shot and killed Lillie Dittmann his fiance 10 years old After killing tho girl Desnitz sent a bullet into his own head He was roe moved to the jail in a dying condition A mob gathered to lynch him and was battering In the jail doors when the assurance of a physician that Desnltz could live but a few hours to retire The cause of the tragedy was the jealousy of Desnitz who said the girl cared more for others than for him A Horrible Suicide Perry Okla March 11 Knight W Joles committed suicide here Monday by holding a stick of dynamite under his head until it exploded blowing off his head and both hands He had been arrested on the charge of burn ing the mail which he was employed to carry He confessed saying he had only burned papers to keep from delivering them Gov Taft In the Hospital Cincinnati March llHon Wil liam H Taft governor of the Philip pines is at the Jewish hospital ready to submit to an operation for an old trouble that led to fears for his full recovery when he was recently so ill at Manila Dr Forchheimer will per form the operation Tuesday Goy Taft is in good health otherwise A Minnesota Exhibit St Paul Minn March 11The house of representatives passed an amended St Louis exposition bill appropriating 50000 for a Minnesota ex hibit The bill goes at once to the senate and will probably pass that body Tuesday Prisoners Vaccinated New York March 11Three hun red and ninetytwo prisoners in the Tombs were vaccinated Monday night because of the discovery earlier in the evening of a case of smallpox In the prison SECRETARY LONGS SUCCESSOR Representative Moody Showered With f Congratulations 11Secretaryofthq T as t resignat1ont9 iteudsacceptedWa newsthatMoody of Masse chusetts had been offered and hadaccepted reachedthenoon and air- oodywIt thehouselasgraUilatlons hehadone of the side atslosof the republican side Demo crnti +ombers noticing the demon stratUjjis came over to join in his con ra1uauons from that quarter be- Ing ruiy as hearty and sincere as those from his own side of the house Mr ploocly began to rise to promi nence rduring his first term in the house tIten Speaker Reed selected him froQUghtly to preside over the com mliullqf the whole and predicted for hint alriliiant legislative career As member of the appropriation commlt te4h has since led several fights on the floor notably in connection with the contests of the navy and geodeticpsuryey over jurisdiction of deep sea surveys He secured the adoption of a resolution on an appropriation bill raising Dowey to the rank of admiral + aft 3 TERRIFIC TIDAL WAVE Many lives Were Lost Between La ibertad and Acajutla t San r rancisco March nThe Pa ciflc Mail Cos steamer Newport from Cent l American and Mexican ports brinks Details of a recent disaster be tween Ea Libortad and a point 30 miles north of Acajutla Without a mo meniViwarnlng a terrific tidal wave burst over all the length of the coast and fwiim the Newport sailed it was saldjthat1 53 bodies had already been recovered and buried The wave went entirely over tne barrier that had been built along the coast and swept the towns of La Lib entail and Acajutla carrying away the fresh water pumps of the latter place Till only thing that will account for it IsJ some terrific volcanic eruptii far uiat sea The wave rolled in like a mountain and there was not break I isuntil striking the beach hen 1 if swept over the embankments coving them to a height of four n five3fqt completely inundating the wholel coast tlE MILITARY SERVICE ThereVAre 43 Vacancies to Be Filled V the Three Branches tv ngton March 11 Fortythree vacsouesitrthothretbranches ofthe mliry service yet remain to be fill ed by legislative appointment Twenty eUht in the grade of first lieutenants ani 11 in the grade of second lieuten arts of artillery one second lieuten arty in the Infantry and three of the same grade in the cavalry There may be additional vacancies In the infant ry army created by the transfers of second lieutenants of that branch of ftfe servictfSH the artillery corps See reiary Root regards as original vacan cies those created by such transfers 0IBritish Laying a TransPacific Cable From the Chinese Coast Seattle Wash March 1lWQrk the British transPacific cable fro a pointon the Chinese coast via Yoko hama and the Aleutian islands to Barclay sound tho terminus of this side is at the present time actually underway While the talk over the project has enraged attention tho British gov ernment has gone to work and to soveralweoks the cable ship has bee engaged in laying the cable from the ChlnOSif coast terminus An immense cable plant is to bn established at Barclay sound and later the Brftlsh authorities will construct stations one probably at Yokohama and one on the Aleutian Islands OMAHAL DamagedNoc Omaha Neb March nOmahJwas visitedI by a cyclone at 1 ocloc Tuesday morning A number of houses are reported unroofed and blown In and many windows wer smashedl It Is thought no lives were lost The center of the disturbance was at 24th and uummins streets- A tornado Is reported to have swep the country north of here Sudden damage to telegraph wires seems tc give the report confirmation The Terrible Swede III Milwaukee Wis March llJohrLawson known In bicycle circlet throughout the country as the Ter rible Swede was taken to a hospita in this city Monday having beet strickeii with pneumonia Late MOl day night his physicians reported Law sons condition as serious i Conspiracy In Haiti Port u Prince Haiti March 1L Advlcasrocelved there from Aux Cayo anndpn j that nearly 30 citizens a cusQil ofi conspiracy against the gcv ernmon hare been imprisoned thcr and thpmany others have sought refuse in rjrarloua consulatesr JPowder Mill Explodes Keokuk Ia March 11By an ox ploslprijfln Mill NolO of the E J Dupoatjge Noumouers Cos powdeiI planti near this city Frank Schneidei and 1Roticrt Evickson were killed ant kfourmeacut and burned t S tit 1 RELIABLE =B u i ii to R B BRET R D C f iIP t- iJ JIT 1Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the tr market justifies 7 ALL GOOnS GUARANT D AS ItHPllEsENTEDt jr t ROOFING A SPECIALTY I Y 1I1CI Xm4Jl m1fft l Nfl f 1 HAiTTTUCKY f v Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Act8 of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited a The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe 0 Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars a CaebletUOIOKMAW WAGON CO MANCFACTCEEES ur THE CJLEBCATEI eE Am WJSQOITSa IHLOK1Yf A F1NTUO c =IITIUTIPllilHHWI RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for ail SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous FAILIf No matter how hopeless th cnH BranKem Asto lhlns nndSulckre- mults They sup dy the Nerves and mood with tbl mOt potrer EemCntrltlllNatural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimiluted rtMohn Lost Vitality naturally and Unrun Tautetsskinful product ot the latest mint permanently and learned 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Belt Route Ik is that the Cotton Belt is from T twentyfive to fifty miles shorterf1 thanother routes lt1 S This saving in distance1 makes a corresponding save lJ t ing in time l i Cotton Ml tolas tarry Pullman I jtV ti Sleepers u night Patter Cafe Cars 1 f dataathe by u 6 Free ChIt Cf f 1 4 iy both Ihy sod nlgbL 1 J S Write aai tell us where you art = Icing sod when you win leave and t r C we win lea you the exact cost ofr- a r a ticket and send you a complete n h tt 1 schedule for the trip We will also lz t send you an Interesting pale book r Teusori jss r Iaair SiII IalllftI T P1 tike l0 Q 4as a LVl sGttlliaiPatdTlStlaitls f w Leaves Chicago at 63O p m daily = t VIA THE 1 CHICAGO MILWAUKEE RAILWAY i- 5S ST PAUL mArrives St Paul at 750 ai m Minneapolis p atfl30 am Tht Oily Perfect Train ii tM WorN Y r 1J- x yxe + ti c rk OLIVER jaekifrith and Undertaker l I lfA1 KENTUCKY 9 E A TRIAL when yon want repairingnt IpeciwltTQ m itr taker1 B Goods IBM BoKwiaod aad Belli lilteV l ilaat CaCi and Caeei whichcea bi itt4 im abort notice and at reaaen tIt pvieM 6iu ads ft call D Shop agar the Jail I LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R B DEPOT I v J H POLLOCK Fropr ItsurreJterriagestarred with courtesy and politeness Pa solicited Telephone 19 Cash Book Storefl Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY 1 NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever Ihiiig up to date MARY BERENDES S Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try tag to please you than wn old reliable barbers R U OAIDWELL WILL PROWELI I DR S K DAVIDSON DeZ1tistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY OtYee over Oowgill Gowgilla Drug store r oE EAKER- GeneJal CJeocer Powell Block Clinton St Having parchased the Grocery 6 toot ol 11 C Conduraut would be pleased tq omit old friends to call Fresh Goodl utid Choice Bargains W J BARRY CO9- t AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one 3LACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED 41 V Rtmlry Joo W Xteunctt t BENNETT 4 REMLEY 4AMONEYCS ATLAW Conrtsespeciall1the ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Remleys in Hickman lTbeBig Four Route la a Rallty System Comprising 2500eI Miles of Superb Roadway a Built and Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway CoBstructlon Pteeenger Train Service of the HI FOUR ROUTE provides 200 icenger Trains per day requiring iwlc operation v 180 Passenger Locomotives I j4BQ Passenger Cars 23 Parlor Cars k7rr jt20 Dining and Cafe Cars ptfitfea to which Sixty Pullman rs are in Continuous Servicew the BiG FOUR and its Througt LINesm cfrWtUttllfLYfQ1 W pDEPrBt e uJMeTktAet As6t0PT 41 OscuutaTL 0 itfI a i r 1 3 a1A 11 4 1 FORGIVE AND FORGE I Dr Talmage Illustrates How Offen ders May Te Emancipated God Kcmcmbcr OiS Sins Xo More If Sve Sincerely ask ForK mess Art of Hccollcctloii nod PorRctUut fTopyrlsht 1sIJ by Louis Klo wch N YJ Prom the letter to the Hebrews Dr Tahuage tak js a text and illustrates bewail off itIciSnflay be emancipated text llebreiift fefi Their sins and their iniquities will 1 remember no moreThe national flower 6f the Egyptians IB tiC heliotrope uf the Assyrian iis the water lilyof the Hindoos is the marigold of the Chinese is the chrysanthemum We have no national flower but tfrwa is hardly any flower more stiggcsttvhto manyof us than the forgotinenot We nil like to be remembered and one of our misfortunes is that there arc so many things we cannot remember Mnemonics or the art of assisting memory is nn im portant art It was first suggested by Simonides of Ceos 500 years before Christ Persons who hud but little power to recall uxftnU or put facts and names and dates in proper proces slons have through this art had their memory reenforced to an almost incredible extent A good memory is an invaluable possession Uy all means cultivate it I had an aged friend who detained all night at a miserable depot in waiting for a rail train fast in the snowbanks entertained n group of some ten or fifteen clergymen likewise detained on their way home from aII meeting of presbytery by first with a piece of chalk dras+ ihl nut on the black and sooty walls of the depot the characters of Walter Scott Marini on and then reciting front memory the whole of that lumen of some SO pages in flue print Myuld friend through great age teat his memory uud when I naked him if this story of the railroad depot was true he said I do not just remember now but it was just like me Let me see said he to me Have I ever seen you before Yes IIsand you were my guest last night and 1 was with you au hour ago What an therel contrast in that man between the greatest memory I ever knew and no memory at all But right along with this art of rec ollection which I cannot too highly eulogize hone quite rs important and yet I never heard it applauded I meantime art of forgetting Th re is a splen did faculty in that direct ion that we all need to cultivate We might through that process be ten times happier and more useful than we now are We have been told that forget fulne s is a weakness that might to he avoided by nil possible moans So far from a weakness my text ascribes it to God It is the very top of omnipo tense that God is able to obliterate a part of His own memory If we repent of sin and rightly seek the Divine for giveness the record of misbehavior is not only crossed off the books but God actually lets it pass out of memory Their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more To remember no more is to forget and you cannot make anything else out of it Gods power of forgetting is so great that if two men appeal to Him and the one man after a life all right gets the sins of his heart pardoned and the other man after a life of abomination gets par doned God remembers no more against one than against the other The entire past of both the moralist and his imperfections and the profligate with his debaucheries inns much obliterated in the one case as in the other Forgotten forever and forever This sublime attribute of forgetfulness on the part of God you and I need in our finite way to Imitate You will do well to cast out of your recollection all wrongs done you During the course of ones life be is sure to be misrepresented to be lied about to be Injured There arc those who keep those things fresh by frequent rehearsal If things have appeared in print they keep them in their scrap book for they cut these precious par agraphs out of newspapers or books and at leisure times look them over or they have them tied up in bundles or thrust in pigeonholes and they frequently regale themselves and their friends by an inspection of these flings these sarcasms these false hoods these cruelties 1 have known gentlemen who carried them in their pocketbooks so that they could easily get at these irritations and they put their right hand in the inside of their coat pocket over their heart and say Look bereLet me show you some thing Scientists catch wasps and hornets and poisonous insects and transfix them in curiosity bureaus for study and that is well but these of whom I speak catch the wasps and the hornts and the poisonous insects and playwith them and put them on them selves and on their friends and seehow far the noxious things can jump and show how deep they can sting Have no such scrapbook Keep nothing in your possession that is disagreeable Tear up the falsehoods and the slaw tiers and the hypercriticisms Imitate the Lord in my text and for get actually forget sublimely forget There is nc haLWcss for you In anyy other plan ot J cedure You see all around ynu in the church and out of the church dispositions acerb malign cynical pessimistic Do you know how these men and women got flat disposition It was by the embalm- ment of things pantherine and vipers qns They have spent much of their time in calling the roll cl nil the rats that have nibbled at their reputation Their soul is a cage of vultures Everything in them issour or embit tered The milk of human kindness hasb +fnz curdled They do not believe to +4 in anybody or acj thing If they serf two people whit pering they think it is about thenisevss If they see two people laughing tney think it is about themselves WLere there is one sweet pippin in their orchard there are 5tfj crabapples They have never been able to forget They do not want to forget They never will forget Their wretch edness is supreme for no one can be happy if he curries perpetually in mind the mean things that have been don him On the other hand you can find here nnd there a man or woman fnri there are not ninny of them whose disposition is genial and summery Why Have they always been treated well Oh no Hard things have beenj said Against them They have beenj charged with officiousness and their generosities have been set down to vav5 desire for display and they have many u time been the subject of tittle and they have hind enough tattlJJJ sHttlU like gaats and enough tneks like lions to have made them peri petually miserable if they would have consented Co be miserable nut the have had enough divine philosophy tq rust oil the nnnoyuncca and they have kept themselves in the sunlight yfc Gods favorand have realized that these oppositions and hindrances are a part of a mighty discipline by which they are to be prepared for usefulness and heaven Hie secret of it nil is they have by the help of the Eternal God learned how to forget Another practicalI thought When our faults arc repented of let them go out of mind If Gild forgets them we have a right to forget them Having once repented of our infelicities unu misdemeanors there is no need of our repenting of them again Suppose 1 owe yUu a large mim of 11101103 and you are persuaded I am incapacitated ttt rrjUrnti again And the next day I come I bigdebtyou to let me off 1 feel so bad about it I cannot rest Do let me oft Yoil reply with H little impatience idie let you oil Dont bother yourself Iud bother me with any more of tliatdlsi emission The following day I come in and say My dcnr sir about that debt 1 can never get over the fact tlmt- nwc I you that money It is something that wtlhs on my mind like a mill stone Do forgive me that debt This time you clear rose your patience and say you are a niiiwiiiec What da you mean by this reiteration o lethal affair 1 am almost sorry I forgnvjj you that debt Do you doubt my veracity or do you not understand this oythatiguiltyWhiliIti singandbothering yourself and insiiUing Go by asking Him to forgive sins that long ago were forgiven God lass forgotten them Whtin you not forget them No you drag the loadon with you and everydayyonvhich He laws not only forgiven but forgotten Quit this folly I do not ask you less to realize the turpitude of sin but I ask you tot higher faith in the 5y m ise of God and the full deliverance of Ills mercy lie does not give a receipt for part payment or so much received on accmt but receipt in full God having for Christs sake decreed your sins and your iniquities will I remem her no more As far as possible let the disagreeables of life drop We have enough things in the present and there will be enough in the future to disturb us without running a special train into the great Goncby to fetch us kehindyrsrailroad strike I remember seeing all along the route from Omaha to Chica go and from Chicago to New York hundreds and thousands of freight ease switched on the sidetracks thosV tars loaded with all kinds of perishable material decaying and wasting After the strike was over did the railroad companies bring nil that perished material down to the markets No they threw it off where it vas de stroyed and loaded up with something else Let the long train of your thoughts throw off the worse than useless freight fa corrupt and destroyed past and load up with gratitude and faith and holy determination Wedo not please God by the cultivation of the miserable He would rather see depressedYou yourIIcacnlhysterics Not only forget your pardoned transgressions but allow others to forget them The chief stock on hand of some people is to recount in prayer meetings and pulpits what big scoun drels they once were They not only will not forget their forgiven deficits but they seem to be determined that the church and the world shah not forget them If your want to declare that you have been the chief of sinS ners and extol the grace that could save such a wretch as you were do so but do not go into particulars Do not tell how many times you got drunk or to what bad places you went or how many free rides you had in the prison van before you were convert ed it usinbulkgot honorable warfare show them but if you Wave scars got in ignoble warfare do not display them 1 know you will quote time Bible reference to the horrible pit from which you were digged Yes be thankful for that res cue but do not make displays of the mud of that horrible pit or splash it over other people Sometimes 1 have felt in Christian meetings discomfited and unfit for Christian service because I had done none of those thiags which seemed to be in the estimation 1 t 7 1 of many necessary for Christian usefulness for I never swore a word of compromising battery or ever uttered a slanderous word or ever did any one a hurt al though I knew my heart was sinful enough and I said to myself There goodforpravod experiences But afterward I saw consolation in the thought that no one gained any ordination by the laying on of the hands of dissoluteness and infamy And though an ordinary moral life ending in a Christian life may not be as dramatic a story to tell about Ictus be grateful to God rather than worry about it if we have never plunged into outward abominating It may be ap propriate in n meeting of reformed drunkards or reformed debauchees to quote for those not refs med how des perate and nasty you once were but do not drive a scavengers cart into as semblages of people the muiat of whom have alw 3s been decent and respect able But I have been sometimes in great evangelical meetings whoro peo ple went into particulars about the sins that they once committedso much so that I felt like putting my hand on my pocketbook or calling for the police lest these reformed men might fall from grace and go at their old business of theft or drunkenness or cutthroatery If your sins have been forgiven and your life purified forget the waywardness of time past and allow others to forget it But what I most want in the light of this text to impress is thrt we have a Sin forgetting God Suppose that on the last day called the last day because the sun will never again rise upon our earth the earth Itself bang Hong into fiery demolition supposing that on that last day a roup of in fernal spirits should somehow get near enough the gate of heaven and challenge our entrance and say How canst Thou the just Lord lot those souls into the realm of supernal glad ness Why they said a great many things they never ought to Imvo said and they did a great man things they ought never to have done Sinners are they sinners all There are certain names so magnetic that their pronunciation thrills nil who hear them Such iis tho name of the Italian soldier and liberatoP Gari baldi Marching with his troops he met a shepherd who was in great dis tress because he had lost a lamb GarCftildi said to his troops Let us help this poor shepherd find his lamb And so with lanterns and torches they explored the mountains but did not find the lamb and after an unsuccessful search late at night they went to their encampment The next morning Garibaldi was found asleep far on into the day and they wakened him for some purpose and found that JlIi had not given up the search when times Biers did but had kept on still fur tlur into the night and had found it anft he pulled down the blankets from higl couchand there lay the lamb whjch Garibaldi ordered immediately taktn to its owner So the Commander of sit the hosts of heaven turned aside froii Hip gloriousand victorious march thrpugh the centuries of heaven and lhI will go and recover that lost vobnnd that race of whom Adam w yhe progenitor and let all who willac cQBipnny me And through the night thy came but I do not see that the angelic escort came any farther than the clouds but their most illustrious Leader came all the way down and by the time His errand is done our little world our wandering and lost world ourworld fleecy with the light will be found in the bosom of the Great Shep herd and then all Heaven will take up the cantata and sing The lost sheep found So I set open the wide gate of my text inviting you all to come into the mercy and pardon of God yea still further into the ruins of the place where once was kept the knowledge of your iniquities The place has been torn down and the records destroyed sand you will find the ruins more dilapidated and broken and prostrate than the ruins of Melrose or Kenilworth for from these last ruins you can pick up some fragment of a sculptured stone or you can see time curve of some broken arch but after your repent ance and your forgiveness you cannot find in all the memory of God a frag ment pf your pardoned ins so larjre Their sins andas a needles point their iniquities will I remember no moreSix different kinds of sounds were heard on that night which was inter jected into the daylight of Christs as sassination The neighing of the warhorses for some of the soldiers were in the saddle was one sound the bang of the hammers was a second sound the jeer of malignants was a third sound the weeping of friends and followers was a fourth sound the plash of blood on the rocks was a fifth sound and the groan of the expiring Lord was a sixth sound And they all commingled into one sadness Over a place in Russia where wolves were pur suing a load of travelers and to save from the sledthem a servant sprang Into the mouths of the wild beasts and was devoured and thereby the other lives were saved are inscribed the words Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friend Many a surgeon in our own time has in tracheotomy with from the windpipehis own lips drawn of a diphtheritic patient that which cured the patient and slew the surgeon and all have honored the selfsecrificc But all other scenes of sacrifice pale before this most illustrious martyr of all time and all eternity After that agonizing spectacle in behalf of our fallen race nothing about the sin forgetting God is too stuper ous for my faith end I accept the promise and will you not aU accept it TheIr sins and their iniquities will I remember nc more I II UNCLEiceSAM AtTim TUK HANorET NOW YOUR tOY At HIGHNESS TAKE w A CASCAKK- TTOMUUT AND YOU WILL FEEL ALL KIOHT IN THK MOKMNG IITS TUB GREAT AMERICAN ilEDlCIKK 2500 TO CALIFORNIA E AplrlIItenontcnnlly Pacific Const anti Interme diate Points Colonist Excursions open to all Later on thesunrmerspecialroundtrip thanOnewayretllmiJagaDOther tovisitet People willshow toWPaificPacific Sendietailsyour own name and address also those of any of your friends and you will receive in return information of fascinating interest peat practical value of educational and arethinking itwillwrite a postal as above An the colonist Marchand downfall asfollowsnever in his father confidence Atcbuon Globe todyenothiag 1 ilobe t+ DALLAS IlECXIOX GUOCXDS Cotton Melt Unllrond lies Splendid PucIIItlcN fur tteachlriK Snine An incorrect impression has gotten abroad that the Fair Grounds at Dallas which are to be used for the Confederate veteran reunion April 22 to 25 are reached by and accessible to only one line of railway entering Dallas In the interest of the citizens of Dallas and of veterans who contemplate attending the reunion this erroneous impression is corrected In addition to the railroad referred to the Cotton Belt route passes the reunion grounds where all trains will stop and furthermore thisi line has tracks on Parry avenue opposite the main entrance to the grounds where thirty or forty sleep ers and other cars can be for use of the veterans during the reunion Street cars also run every few minutes between Dallas and the Fair Grounds and veterans need have no fear that come ai they may ample arcomnipdations and facili ties will not be provided for them itSIf ou cannot overcome Jt there is plenty of m in the word people will be IlunjI without your assistance Atchison Globe ConsumptioncoldsJoh1n0Fw A keen observation is one of the greatest assistants in the acquirement of eecsrS acd powerSuccees T The way of the transgressor is often rough on the otner fellow Chicago Daily News 6 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In5I 1Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA THe ceNTAUR COMPA EW YOII CrTT 4LLRK- THE TRACK Bcrti tt mnucb ootfcla- rllktUea tuth gmlcer New 20th Centnry Oat IUet the Fall cinki grit prlitiuibibltreitjteUcrtwjvktr Thtfut1 1 Saturf sun a ra bred U product The C8 D p r- tBntr Igrlettreisims tbtmicfnrr MOiunpUi ud klitiuiu aslaera were Utoit Hd jroa lib shot Mr FarT Our new JOih CraUry Oil U bead U coapitulf- rtTIatlonlztctt ir wlm aidweerpeeidef kratriM report yt Mila 1903 ronnli from 80O to 800 bushel pr acre Prlnll dlrt cheap Si fa llwrvla sad bay ibis Tuietrtbli iprUf W MIl U Jon Btlfiibari tb comic tall tot Mtd It will rarely par joa Salvers Marvel Wheat 42 has per Acre n nlTprlDCwh ro cwth UalwtU yUll a piytatcnp north cut Math ud writ ad Iareq iui la the Union Vo tlw ken ta ct Iitnl4 HMO ml whtu TltUlsc IB ear firm aImikeU per On SPELTZ The mon nirrtlmi serum ad by food fa earth pndaetaf from U toN kwaato of Vats ad 4 toof ot itch sty per ane- VEGETABLE SEEDS VT art the Until grower anl oar itock of nrllttt Pea Beam 8vt t earn and an moeT mUlac rrttublei iieattraoai Film art Terr low OafeaM4te teati and ap a poutS CaUIofu telli riel 10cWerth 10 Oorptai eata1oi ecvaulai hlldeierlpUiaor arBeartltn Barley ytrlJinc 109 ka aeb or Triple Income Cora icolnt 400 bcikeU k ear potuwt jrltMcj MS bmhiapercn car rruadelore siaV minaret jrodoelnj C tnf Bacalfleeat bay r 1eaOat wit In I ntbap sat Teealat with 80 teal of green WJ r pa acre SaUtri prat eitOsri worth 1100 U sly wHe awake cardener or k fumes wlti 10 farm eeed lampiee wertk Il6 la get a tanIU malls yea on L reedy of lOc palate ffi 1i4 1 WAREENPubUsherpt ICEMAN KENTUCKY t J I rJ1 = WwIWtt 1Jlt i 3902 MARCH 1902 M i i c ff- F J = ilL IH TEiW TtD UI11rlL SU di I hJ l lt1 J A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8ill Ifcl V 9 101 11 12 13 14 15 ffi ill b 1617 8920 21 22 i t 23 24 25 26 IE 281 29tI + cl 30 31 t m A vrr = t Vo hCURRENT TOPICS Camels are the only animals that y can not swim- Smallpox is spreading at a rapidy rate in Jonaon The duratiSn of an ordinary wink is i fourtenths of a second1 Some of the railway cars In Russia lave smoking cars for ladies Shetlands shortest night is five tours but her longest is over 18 hours Princess lolanda of Italy at the age of seven months is beginning to taUt 4 The new Ameer of Afghanistan hast declared against the admission of mis t countryt valued at = f 7J40OOO Is to be the jubilee gift of t- hetEnglfsh Catholics to Pope Leo XIIL v The metropolitan police of London look after 8200 miles of roads and i streets fi All Scottish estates are owned by 8240 people England has 154774 1 owners of farms t V In some of the farming districts of China pigs are harnessed to small t wagons and made to draw them Japan has acquired the American dining car system at a jump without sandwichPstage t Prince Henry soon after returning from the United States will celebrate the quarter centenary of his service trli the navy li Silk is the strongest o alege table or animal threads It is three times as strong as a flaxen thread of I the same size 0 A mountain of arsenic the first im nortant body found in America has been discovered 50 miles southwest of Tacoma Wash Since its doors were thrown open 1onOctober 1 1897 there has been a dally average of 2200 visitors to the Lj congressionalI library w tDurlhgtfie last century the Chinese r Yellow river changed its course 22 times Its present mouth is GOO miles away from Its mouth of 1800 Cabbage grows all the year In Ha wall and it apparently makes no dif ference whether it is planted in the Spring summer autumn or winter There are 13958622 acres of un cultivated land in Italy which might be developed and made pro uctlve by the application of ordinary enterprise Mr and Mrs John E Snyder who live near Parkersburg W Va have been married only 21 years but have 18 children eight being twins and all of them being alive and well Exports of apples from the United States during the calendar year 1901 amounted to 599006 barrels valued at 1761394 against 740575 barrels in the preceding calendar year val ued at 1821562 Prince Edward of Wales who is a great favorite with the queen seems to be getting on He is only seven years old but is learning to ride with a skill and fearlessness which do cred it to his strain of Danish ancestry Parisian thieves have discovered a new method which has taken the form of abstracting the platinum tubes from the Interior of motor cars Hundreds of thefts of this kind have been committed during the past few weekst Col S A Houston of Lawrencef Kans has secured half a bushel of acorns from the McKinley farm In Ohio His idea Is to give them to people who will plant them and grow Jiving monuments to the martyred presidentMrs Lynab of Savannah Ga has in her possession the missile that killed Count Pulaski at the siege of Savannah Contrary to the general understanding It is not a bullet but an iron grapeshot more than an inch in diameter Jir Cecil Rhodes has bought a home 7 for himself In England Dalham Hall Newmarketfori more than hai- fa million dollars The estate contains Y 3475 acres 300 acres of fine timber it 4 1t- a and bas been in the possession of the r Affleck family for over 200 years At Briadels near Saint Affrique In the south of France a recent stormi laid bare an immense cemetery of the Meroviagian period The tombs are formedter slabs arranged In many ways some with flat tops on vertical r1 sides and others arranged like sheds t Chicago has three buildings 17 or more stories in height seven of 16 Dories three of 15 six of 14 and seven f 13 This according to the count of alderman 1ff- c km took practically onehalf of 3pie jpft imported by England during i al the total for 51 ports of the Unto fli joiedKlngdom being 460946 tons val JfIIr1 llt 2611897 f 1use twothirds of Germans 150 ueic teachers are alleged to be mpetent the coming Reichstag i fee asked to pass a law compelling e teachers to undergo a state exam mtloiu r J t jr e Se o 11S TOUR AT AN END rince Henry Traveled Through 13 States and Logged a Total Distafi of 4358 Miles REATLY PLEASED WITH HIS TRIP ills Last Day Began With a Visit to Albany and Closed With a Reception at West Point Mayor Gaus in Behalf of Albany and Gov Odell For the State Met the Prince With Official Greetings Milwaukee Wis March 5 Milwau kee was host to Prince Henry of Prussia for six hours Tuesday evening and gave him a reception that was highly enthusiastic and an entertainment that was unique His special train came at 4 oclock and at 10 was away again- on the long trip to Niagara and New England The intervening time was aU given over to the reception and entertainment of the royal visitor ItI began with a drive through business and residential districts in review before a crowd that numbered 200000 Then there was n public reception nt which Gov Robert La Follette and Mayor David S Rose voiced the aillI vial welcomes and the united singing mlghtjchorus prince met the leading citizens of the city and state- Rochester N Y March GPrince Henry of Prussia traveled from Chi cago to Niagara Falls Wednesday crossed the Canadian frontier for a brief stay during which he was oil i dally welcomed by the dominion resumed his journey Wednesday andII bound for Boston His longest almost 30 hours of continuous trav I eling was at Niagara Falls which ho taw bridged in with Ice He viewed the horseshoe falls from Table Rock the American falls from the ledge over the whirlpool on the Canadian shore rode down the gorge to a point below i the lower whirlpool and there inspect ed the plant of tho Niagara Power Co which converts the force of nature to the purposes of commerce He was much impressed by the falls and as he stood on Table Rock looking across at the horseshoe he said it Is magnificent it is grand He was much Impressed also by the swirling rapids down In the gorge and when he left bis car at the whirlpool he stood for several minutes watching the tumb ling of the waters At Erie Pa was a grC t crowd Women and children were wedged in against the train and the effort to chock the swirling crowd which pressed in from the rear was useless Several women fainted and anybody any where near the center of the crowd was submitted to dangerous pressure At Buffalo Mayor Knight welcomed I the prince and the local German sing Ing societies sang It was 245 oclock when the special arrived at Buffalo and 15 minutes later it was steaming out to Niagara Falls At 6 oclock the prlnoe was back and aboard his tram Fifteen minutes later it departed for Boston I Boston March 7Prlnco Henry Prussia was tho guest of ofII Thursday His welcome was cordial Gov Crane and Mayor Collins acting for the state and city extended the i official courtesies to him and when tho prince ceremoniously returned their calls he went to Cambridge to deliver the gifts of his brother the emperor to the Germanic museum and to receive from Harvard the honorary degree of doctor of laws Thursday night the prince was given a dinner by the city of Boston and sat at a table with more than 200 of the representative citizens of the com monwealth Boston was reached at 935 oclock anu as soon as the special halted in South station Mayor collins and a delegation of city officials boarded the train and were introduced to the prince by Ambassador Von Holleben There was an exchange of greetings and the prince his staff and tho memo bers of the American escort were shown to carriages waiting at the driveway of tho depot Escorted by cavalrymen and naval militiamen the party was driven to Hotel Somerset At the Somerset the prince sur rounded by his staff in full uniform rev ceived flow Crane who came with an equally brilliant staff and when the call was ended the prince started at once for the state house to return the courtesy After he had paid his respects to Gov Crane he entered the house of representatives where the legislature was in session and was presented from the forum by President Soule of the senate Leaving the chamber he was shown the battle flags carried by the regiments of the state In the civil war The heartiest part of Bostons form al welcome to Prince Henry was con centrated In the banquet at the Hotell Somerset Thursday evening To the sentiments expressed there his royal highness made a formal response New York March SPrlnce Henry Friday completed his tour and is once wore in New gpek where he will rev main until Monday when he goes to Philadelphia He was absent from the city for nine days during which time his special train was within the terri tory of 13 states and logged a total dIstance of 4358 miles He was greatly pleased with his trip and through I lls aide Capt Von Muller issued aI ilttcment expressing his satisfaction j11iv the opportunity which camefto hint l ti L and his gratification at the cordiality with which he was received through ut the country F t- His last day on the special train vhlch carried him to the southwest and east rivalled in Interest ring of the others spent by the prince on the our for it began with a visit to Albany included a run In bright sun light down the west shore of the Hud son river and closed with a reception at the United States military acade my at West Point J r He was received by the two Houses jf the legislature and returned his thanks to their presiding officers for the honor He looked through thecap tol and returning under guard of cavalry Infantry and police to the Union pointVestand the prince was received with the military honor due his place In the naval service of his country rCol Mills came to the station with amum berot the officers of the academy and with a troop of cavalry drove him to the parade ground on the heights above As the cavalry escort showed Ilt the brow of the Inclined road uox battery fired 21 guns The tracts formed in six companies were atoneJmarched on the field and the prince with Col Mills and their respective stuffs inspected them Dress parade followed with the prince as reviewing officer V If- At the close of the review the prince visited memorial hall where the offl cers on duty at the academy were In troduced to him He greeted thflPall very warmly and complimented em- on their work Leaving memorial hall the prince and his staff went to the riding school where the cadets gave an exhibition of riding n The parting call of the prince was at the house of Col Mills Wholphe repeatedly congratulated and thanked lie was so much Interested in the post that he prolonged his stay 20 minutes beyond the time set for his departure rho prince had originally intended to return to the Hohenzollern butthe discovery of a case of scarlet fever in the crew changed his mind He dld not fear infection himself but decided in view of the fact that he Is tomeet 1 large number of persons during the four remaining days of his stay in the United States that it would be better to go to a hotel v dew York March 10Prlnce Henry if Prussia was the central figure Sunday iI in another round of entertainment arranged in his honor He first ifst ened to a concert at the tyfeldqrfs 1 torla hotel largely made up of llfsrCn vcrlto American songs the concert 6e Ing arranged at his request jjvhfin that was over he drove to the Inivbr aity club to a luncheon which wasutot concluded until afternoon In the ev oning ho was a guest at dinner ofrMr and Mrs Cornelius Vanderbil and mot a large party made up ofJppsofts of social prominence When the rice bade farewell to the co w o VandlrbHt home he yentT1othe 101 York Yacht club for an informal re ception and tho hour was late when he returned to the WaldorfAstorh for the night He found time botweei the four main events on his programmi for the day to receive a delegatioi representing the Commercial club o St Paul and several callers and to finally complete the arrangements fo the last two days stay In the country and his departure for home1 He hatt intended to be present at the religious services on the imperial yacht Hohen zollern in the morning but the case d scarlet fever which developed there several days ago altered that plan Iq stead he remained at the hotel arising leisurdIt tbeithat furnished the morning concert for the prince at the hotel It had been originally arranged that the singers should serenade the prince aboard the Hohenzollern Saturday but in the change of the plan the serenade was abandoned The prince met Dr W John Schlldge chairman of the music committee of the society at din ner Saturday night and expressed regret that he was not to have a chance to hear the club sing The doctor sug gested that it might still take place at the hotel and the prince approved the idea It was midnight but a few hours remaining to arrange the affair Telegrams and telephone messages were hurried out to the members and by 11 oclock ISO of them had reported at the hotel The concert took place in the Astor I gallery and began at 1130 The prince sat In the center of the hall surrounded by the members of his suite the American escort Ambassador Von Hol leben Consul General Buenz and Con sul Geissler The chorus first sang Pries Lied and after that at the quest of the prince an extended pro gramme which Included UOld Ken tucky Home and Dixie The con eluding number was Kreuzers The Lords Own Day and it was rendered very effectively The prince was de lighted with the serenade and aftei shaking hands with the officers of the society addressed the members brief ly in German t NEGAUNEES DRY SUNDAY i Two Members of the Civic Federatloi n League Attacked By Roughs Negaunee Mich March 10As a result of the organization of the CivU Federation league last week Red C M Gilchrist pastor of the Methodist t church and Louis F Pearce a memo ber of the league were roughly treatet or a crowd of men Saturday nigh t oriUietowngani seVerelywith drawn revolvers come tot elr theirstzyi I METHUENCAPTURED The Worst Reverse to the British Throughout the Yare Three British Officers and 38 Mer Were Killed 5 Officers and 72 Men Wounded and One Officer and 200 Men Are Missing London March 11Jt was announc ed Monday that Gen Lord Methuen and four guns had been captured by the Boers commanded by Gen Dela rey The news came like a thunder bolt to London The extra editions of the evening papers giving an account of the disaster were eagerly bought up and their readers hurried through the streets with anxious faces and bitter remarks were passed on the subject of the governments declara tion that the war in South Africa was over The news came too late to af fect business on the stock exchange but excited curb dealings quickly fol lowed the closing in which the South Africans slumped heavily The news was received in the house of commons amid great excitement The reading of Lord Kitcheners telegram by the war secretary Mr Broder ick was listened to in deep silence which was broken by loud Irish cheers Instantly there were cries of shame shame from the government benches Then the Irish members seemed to think better of their outbreak and sud denly subsided The subsequent eulo- gIstic references to Gen Methuen were received with cheers In brief Lord Kitchener announced that when Gen Methuen was captured wounded with four guns three Brit ish officers and 38 men were killed and five officers and 72 men were wound ed In addition one officer and 200 men were reported missing The text of Lord Kitcheners dispatch announcing the capture of Gen Methuen is as follows Pretoria March 8I greatly regret to have to send you bad news ol Methuen He was moving with DOC mounted men under Maj Paris anc 300 infantry four guns and a pom porn from Wynburg toLIchtenburg and was to meet Greenfell with 1300 mounted men at Rovirainesfonteln today Yesterday morning early he was hacked by Delareys force between TweBosch and Palmieteknill The flora charged on three sides Five hundred and fifty men have come In at Mariboga and Kraaipan They were pursued by the Boers four miles from the scene of the action They report that Methuen and Paris with the guns baggage etc were captured by the Boers Methuwn when last seen was a prisoner I have no details ol the cnsualtlas and suggest delaying publication till I can send definite news I think this sudden revival oi activity on the part of Delnrey is tc draw off the troops pressing DoWeL In a second dispatch dated Sunday March 9 Lord Kitchener says Paris has come in at Kraalpan with the remainder of the men He reports that the column was moving ir two parties One with the ox wagons left Two Bosch at 3 a m The other with the mule wagons started an hour later Just before dawn the Boers at tacked Before reinforcements could reach them the rear gurd broke In the meantime a largo number of Boers galloped up on both flanks These at first were checked by the flank par ties but the panic and stampede 01 the mules had begun and all the mule wagons with a terrible mixture ol mounted men rushed past the ox wag ons All efforts to check them were unavailing Maj Paris collected 4i men and occupied a position a mile In front of the ox wagons which were then halted After a gallant but use less defense the enemy rushed into the ox wagons and Methuen war wounded in the thigh Pnjis being surrounded surrendered at 10 a m Methuen Is still in the Boer camp London March 11 Delarey who has proved himself the most able ol all the Boer generals has within a fortnight gained a second decisive victoryHis first victory wan the capture ol Von Donops convoy when the British casualties in killed wounded and men made prisoners totalled 632 and hs has now added to his laurels by the capture for the first time throughout the campaign of a prominent British general and by inflicting what Is gen erally admitted to be one o4 Iie worst reverses the British have suffered throughout the whole war In a private telegram just received ehere Lord Kitchener adds I find Me thuen has a fractured thigh but he Is reported to be doing well In another message Lord Kitchener says the wounded were brought into the railroad Monday and adds I hope the reinforcements now arriving will rectify the situation In this area without disturbing operations else whereThe Standard says this defeat cornea after a succession of mishaps for which it Is impossible to account by mere bad fortune The Daily News says the event has scarcely a parallel since the dark disastrous days when the North Ameri conc trol When every allowance Is made says the Standard we can not but find vigidlance in these constant surprises It Is feared that Lord Kitcheners Incomplete accounts have not told the worst It Is recognized that although the damage is more moral than material it will certainly have the effect of prolonging Boer resistance for many months F r Iprn FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Washington March 5SenateThe ship subsidy bill was further dis cussed In the senate Tuesday by Mr Frye his remarks being directed principally to the republican senators and he gave further expression to his views No other senators desiring to speak Tuesdajhe bill was laid aside and a nunrof other bills were passedHouseThe house spent another day in discussion of the bill to clas sify the rural free delivery service and place the carriers urder the contract system No vote was reached and It is doubtful whether one will be bad Wednesday as the list of speeches is still large The fate of the bill is in doubt although the impression prevailing is that it will be defeated The speakers Tuesday were Messrs Smith dem Ky Gardner N J and Wil liams Miss in favor and Messrs Landis Ind Maddox Ga and Hill Ct against the measure Before debate began the conference report on the Philippine tariff bill was adopted The vote was on party lines except that Messrs McCall Mass Little field Me and Heatwole Minn voted with the democrats against adopting the report Washington March GSenateIt appears likely now that the senate will reach a vote on the pending shipping bill one week from next Monday When Mr Frye In charge of the measure endeavored Wednesday to secure an agreement for the time of taking a vote that date was mentioned as being satisfactory to the minority mem bers of the commerce committee Mr Clay Ga addressed the senate In opposition to the bill and had not con eluded when the senate adjourned Early in the session the senate passed the legislative executive and judicial appropriation bill the second of the big supply measures to be acted on at this session House1 ne house continued the debate on the bill to classify the rural free deliver service and without ac tion adjourned early out of respect to the memory of Representative Polk Pa whose death occurred suddenly at Philadelphia Tuesday night A committee was appointed to attend the funeral of the deceased member Washington March 7SenateAnotable speech was made in the sen ate Thursday by Mr Hanna 0 on the pending shipping bill which he discussed from the standpoint of an American business man Before con sideration of the shipping bill was resumed an extended debate occurred on the measure providing for the protection of the president of the United States Mr Bacon Ga took the ground that in its present shape the bill was an invasion of the jurisdic tion of the states and that It ought to be aweudod radically Mr Patterson Col while he agreed to the gen eral propositions of the bill urged that it ought not to pass In its pros ent form No action on the bill was takenHouseThe houno devoted another day to debate of the bill to classify the rural free delivery service and to place the carriers under contract Lit tle interest was manifested In the discussion A vote is expected Friday Washington March 8SepntttTPIJ account of the indisposition of Mr Vest Mo and Mr Mallory Fla who expected to speak Friday on the pending ship subsidy bill that measure was not considered by the senate Friday The diplomatic and consular appropriation bill was passed and the senate took up the measure for tno protection of the president of the United States Mr Bacon Ga con tinned In his speech begun Thursday in opposition to the bill making an extended constitutional argument against it The senate agreed to make the bill the unfinished business at the conclusion of the consideration of the ship subsidy bill Adjourned until MondayHouseThe bill to classify the rural free delivery service and to place the carriers under the contract system held the floor in the house Friday By an amicable arrangement general debate will be concluded Saturday and tho bill will be considered under the five minute rule Monday Washington March llSenateFor nearly two hours Monday Mr Vest Mo addressed the senate in oppo sition to the pending ship subsidy bill No member of the body has been ac corded more flatteringly close atten tion than he received Mr Tillman S C followed with a brief speech in opposition to the bill The senate passed a considerable number of un objected bills on the calendar HouseThe bill to classify the ru ral free delivery service and place tho carriers under the contract system which has been debated in the houso for over a week was passed Monday but In a form that completely changed the purposes for which It was framed Before it passed the bill was altered radically by its opponents All the provisions relating to the placing of carriers under the contract system were stricken out and the salary sys tem not only was continued but the maximum salary of carriers was in creased from 500 to 600 per annum A motion offered by Mr Williams dem Ill to recommit the bill with instructions to report back an amend ment providing for the dismissal from the service of carriers who should use their influence in favor of any partic ular party and for any particular can didate was voted down96 to 141 As passed the bill classifies the rural free delivery service and fixes the compensation of employes as follows Special agents in charge of divisions not ex ceeding S2400 per annum special agents four classes graded from 1300 to 1GOO route inspectors four classes from 900 to 1200 clerks four classes from 900 to 1200 The compensation of carriers is not to ex ceed 600 A Wealthy Filipinos Offer San Francisco March SoLIeut B Van Schalk who recently returned from the Philippines says that Gen Zano of Ctfte1 a multimillionaire has offered ttf glve 500000 to each American army officer who will marry his daughters Senator Foraker III Washington March 8 Senator For aker has been confined to his home for two days suffering with muscular rheumatism He was in bed most of verynii i SOME WONDERFUL CROPS Y 9 WESTERN CANADA ltc The Territorial Government ReporftShow Results IJerond Belief vfit hf1 Regina Assineboia Canada aJ 0- 10tht the Agricultural Branch of the Department t ture for the Territories re- esnow being received from grainn ers throughout the Territoyfe forj statistical purposes The rerortsare somewhat delayed this yea wlngio the extensive crop and the igr getting it threshed The Departto f of Agriculture is leading tlte way iHa new departure with rega to t1 f ilolderbased entirely on the opnion etPer sons interested in the grain business lJwho ought to be and no doubt are well posted upon the probable yields Still the reports are simply a matter of opinion in which a mistake may easily be made The Territorial De partment however has adopted the isystem of returns of crops actually threshed upon which to base theiryy reports The accuracy of the reports cannot therefore be gainsaid for r they represent a compilation of actual threshing redeit might be mentioned that the De partment is organizing a system of growing crop returns which will be in operation next summer The infor mation thus obtained with estimated acreage will be available for business men banks railway companies anddd ti other interests which have to discount the future in making provision for the conduct of their business The crop reports already to hand show some remarkable cases ofab normal development In the Regina 1 district many returns are given of crops of wheat running from 40 to 45 bushels to the acre J A Snell of Yorkton threshed 23000 bushels of oats from 450 acres an average of 63 bushels per acre fora large acreage F W R Motherwell of Abernethytthreshed 2030 bushels of wheat from n 50 acre field an average of S3 bush els per acre In the Edmonton district T T Ilutchings threshed 728 bushels of wheat from a tenacre plot an average of nearly 73 bushels per acre S Norman threshed 6950 bushels of oats from 60 acres of land an average of 116 bushels per acre The publication of the actual yields of grain threshed will likely open tho eyes of the people to the great capabil itica of the western Canadian prairies All DAya Alike 5 The maid Do you think its unlucky to get married on Friday The Bachelor Of course Why should Friday be an exception Judge i Earliest Russian Millet v Will you be short of hay If so plant a plenty of this prodigally prolific millet 5 TO 8 To y OP JUcn fiAT raltAalnRbrclghtJohnIhe Flaw- llelenDelia wouldnt listen tf artbut dfeuiral musk for the worl- dJudyNo but look at the ragtun iutshe wears Detroit Free Pre= To Cure n Cold In One SarTake Laxative promo Quinine Tablets All drugbIstsrefundmoneyfitfalstooure25solloucst An honest man may be the noblest work j indinedFits stopped free and permanently cured KinesGreattreatise Dr Kline 931 Arch st Phila Pay Unless a man settles down he is Seldom DailyNewsc NNaVa iVQ01a00 a a aNt I 20 MILLION BOTTLES jj- I f SOLD EVERY YEAR i A 1 t t raIIhens aby ST JACOBS OIL of IIcured RHEUMATISMi i t BURNSti beendei elevealaniU2ces J ta I CONQUERSPAINI f t J l JUSTTBINtT 0rITIlttL Ererr farmer bis I ibrane I I jDcreaiinit y i rttfljear value lnoresilniJ apleadid y schools and churches tow taxation hfeb prices foc cattle and grain lox xar oleo and eF possible comfort This in the coiUton i farmer in Western Canada Province r 31 and dUtrlcta of Asklniboto gaskatc said SeAlberta Tnoniandsiof American are there Reduced rates ofl all raUwaw seekers aad settlers New dlstrlcL an this rear The new forty 1VESTKRV CAXAMA and lion sent free to all appllca Superintendent of Immigration orUJCJdKm YOOXU S1K Stale bus Ohio E T Holmes Room S JM rF r- IndlanapolK Ind f Canadian Govern q tAllen s Ulcerini l Bare r1ale ner s nn Brlw KMIIrrHr Rj MIL tfe 4 Me J PALLKS e DROPSYqakkrellefad daysPty I H I s 1 8 I MOTHERSJr ChicagoIllivm Addresses Comforting omenUcgardingdbirth rut 1Mothersednottheycwtfexns Vegetable Compound f theordeal Dins J U4JLSK S ttmethoughtbut before my last child was born a LydlaEPinkhangs anIyour and Sanative Wash for four broughtmaan ache wasteninhealthi e EPJnkhamsVcgctnbl I me in continual excellent health AveChicago r tesUmordaJCare and careful counsel is what the expectant and ivouldbe mother needs and this counsel bywritingatLynnABSOLUTE SECURITY ar Genuine Carters TAttle Liver Pillst Must rear Signature of See FaoSImlle Wrapper Below Warp maL muI as easy to talk as ragar FOR HEADACHE CARJERS FOR DIZZINESS 117IEFDRIIUOUSNESS IIVER FOR TORPID LIVER PI01 SFDIR CONSTIPATION I SALLOW SKIN I FOR THE COMPLEXION OlErIIxrgS Mustavt ATaa zlcefM I Pratt SeyetaBle ivcG CURE SICK HEADACHE omeseekers ExcursionsCalifornia I AND Great Southwest t33 from Chicago 30 from St Louis v25 from Kansas City v One Way second class dally duringMarch and rr April to San Francisco Los Angeles and other California points alto to Prescott Phoenix and ether Arizona points One Fare plus 2 Round Trip M rfc 4 and IS April 1 and 15 May 6 and 20 F Chicago St Louis and Kansas City to Kan Hilalioma Texas Colorado New Mexico Maud California responding rates from East generai y Ask tonne agent Through sleepers and chair IfCalifornia over the Santa Fe the comfort gnd quick way to go Write for free lllus 1Jaad pamphlets we Spring excursions will enable you to kUyJaspeo the many advantages offered leers and investors in the great South California Particular attention is in rested lands in Arkansas Valley of and Rio Grande valleys of New er Vallev of Arizona and Son California t L Pauellcrr OWce ttftTa g Saste Fe Ry Systea y CHICAGO t j URE FOR AU ELSE FAILS I Cough P Taste Good Ue la the Sow bTdnHHrtMi t sk V t h x PROTECTION AND THE SOUTH Cotton Growing mill JIuiiuTacf tirlntJ Arc Aiitnuoiilstle to Keiiuli- llvau Hljih Tnrlff A vigprous effort has been made to make the people of the south believe that the protement of new manufacturing indus argumentbecomes daybecauseof the south are merely additions to surplus products that have to he exported says the Indianapolis Sen tinel For years the south was almost wholly agricultural but in the past few years it has turned to manufac turing its raw cotton and has already gone beyond the capacity of the home market In 1100 our exports of uncolored cotton goods such as are generally made in the south amounted to 13320443 Of the same kindof cloth we imported t nly 357 604 a mere bagatelleshorting not only that the mills need no protec tion in this line but that a tariff rate on these manufactured cottons would not have any greater effect than to increase the profits which the man ufacturers extract from the Ameri can people The situation fully justifies the ob CtmbtossmundFleming of Georgia in an article thesAmerican Free Trade league No two industries in the south are more directly antagonistic to the republican high tariff than cotton growing and cotton man ufacturing In view of this fact how strange it seeitte that this new movement apparents of our neighboring states of North and South Carolina Perhaps the stockholder will soon apply the proper corrective It le possible too that the men behind the looms may have something to say about It The A GREAT SIMPLE TRICK 1 democratic party has always favored our access to the markets of the world The republican tariff helps to shut those markets against us What has been said 6f cotton growing and cotton manufacturing is relatively true of southern coat and iron both of which have outgrown honi consumption The oil gushers of Texas certainly need no protection The simple truth is that the manu facturing industries of the south are almost wholly of the classes that suf fer frqm overproduction and for which the world markets are being sought by intelligent manufacturers They are out of the reach of compe tition The manufactories of the northcannot compete with them or they would not have been estab lishedand the manufactories of for eign countries cannot compete with the manufactories of the north or we should not be exporting manufac tured goods as we duohat the south needs is markets- PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Poor Pittsburg When its not Qttayism its floods Detroit Free Press David nHills speech at the Manhattan seems to have stirred old fash countryElmiraThe hidebound republican editor indorses President Itoosevelts finding in time Schley case but he finds it impossible to obey the injunction to quit talking about it Washington Post Scratch a u aim that talks for reciprocity but against tariff reduc tion and you will find a man that wants the tariff reduced on the goods produced by the other fellow Indi anapolis News Ind Admiral Sampson was not at the battle of Santiago Rut what of that The president says substantially that nobody was in command anyhow that the captains were just sloshing about their own hook The presidents decision has been set down as n rather shrewdly constructed document It also invites analysis as a humorous production It will not be taken into serious consideration by the ultimate historian of the war with Spain Cin cinnati Enquirer The United States government should certainly not be ashamed to make open nnnmnem of its Phil ippine policy If knowing that we are deterimned to deal with the people of the Philippines on a basis of utter disregard of their rights we yet delude them with vague and misleading prom ises of ultimate national independence we shall be guilty of a peculiarly con temptible sort of cowardice the cowardice of ihe strong robbing the weak In the sruise of It benefactor St Louis Republic PROFITABLE PHILANTHROPY I How the StenitiMhlitConiitniileH Would Mulct the Govvrniiifiit Through the SuliMldy Scheme In his report on the ship subsidy bill genI erosity uf stenm hip companies in con tracting with the government for car rying the mails lie says In tact wherever the act of 181 lisp worked suceerefuu the tamshlp com panics have offered and the postmaster gel oral hu obtained more favorable terms for the governmentthun those Axed as the maximum under the law Thus on the rfr newftl of the fiveyear contract with the New York and Cuba Mall the company of fered for the service at the onedollar rate several steamers which comply with the requirements of the twodollar clues The Admiral line is furnishing under its ten year contract 15knot steel steamers at the pay fixed for 12knot wooden steamers The Oceanic contract h performed by eteamers a knot in speed and 1000tonsta size above the requirements This makes the steamship companies appear as philanthropic institutions On further examination we find that the government is paying the New York and Cuba Mail 301078 for carrying 1995 pounds of letters and 30564 pounds of printed matter or at an av erage rate of 612 per pound The saute service if performed at non contract rates by American vessels would have cost 160 per pound for letters and eight cents per pound for othcrmatterat a total cost of 55Goll2 If performed by foreign vessels the rates would have been 44 cents for let ters and 4ye cents for printed matter making a total cost of 226003 As the steamship company is getting 198 S123S for performing no service at all their offer does not appear quite so magnanimous The Admiral line received last year 117400 for perform ing a service worth 8801153 nt com pet ltve rites The Oceanic company will gut in future S3SS3 for a service worth SS4327S From these figures it I YET on will be seen that the steamship coon gftleruuKWhen gingwouldeseem grasping for them to ask for the full legal rates It would be more setMnly and more in keeping with their generosity to get a law passed whereby they can make 20000 per cent on the government business and still not exact the full legal rate Undoubtedly the law of 1801 needs revision but the reviwiun planned by aIr Frye whereby the existing xteaiubhip companies will be able to mulct the government still more for their mengor services will not meet with an enthusiastic reception by the people ROYAL MEEKBK t PROSPECT OF A DEFICIT a Republican Operation Seem to IB tllcate Another Attack of Ilard Tunes Crip The statement of receipts and ex penditures for February hardly sup ports the assumption of the republicanOmeasure cutting off 77000000 of rev sparedincrease in the expenditures in various directions without creating a deficit says the Chicago Chronicle As compared with February 1901 J there was an increase of 1500000 in customs receipts while there was a de crease of 3500000 in internal revenue and of 2560000 from miscellaneous sourcesAt I smallincrease i cess of receipts over expenditures for the month was 2000449 against 6 903487 for the yearWhatharborlogrollDanishisletsexpenditures for an isthmian canal and a Pacific cable the shipping grab and various J other things there would seem to beOan deficitRepuhlican bearinyears ago they were telling us that the cause of hard timeswas insuflicient taxation and aconse treasuryAreoperating to hardtimesI time navel SantiagowastrtmemlousInjustice r eoptninsin Cforvery Itexcept the one whose ship was not in the battle and did not fire a shotat the enemy as she was never in range while the fight was JJSln Francisco Chronicle rep C t7 r NEW SAFETY DEVICE System DirUed for Closing Vnter- Tlcht floors on SCeniiiMlilpM Case of Accident by E1eotrlc1tOThe first public exposition a new J stem of closing watertight doors agoIKrhint thus four installed on only a few theIew York The nw system is one Ung400rwater line can be closed automatically by the turn of a lever on the bridge and within the space of a minute In order ofthenecessarytowhich an electric bell is sounded for 20 seconds warningThen the doors close slowlj and in oolnmandingoflleermaybeere a board in the charthouse on which is an electric bulb number to correspond with each door As each door closes theobarthoUlc thedoorsofanysystemtheusual manner AMERICAN SILVERSMITHS Ire Preparing to invade the KnKll b Market with Their Artistic Ware American manufacturers of silver Rugnsh artistichas been recognized in the British Isles FngHshhftllflf the silver it was impossible to make any headway One difficulty in the way was that the hall mark could not iiQhedDisfigure them To obviate this the manufacturer made arrangements to ship the silverware to England in a pertly finished condition have tItle hall mark affixed and sent back to the United States for the final ttagrs of manufacture after which it is to be shipped to gland for tile trJryc1lp1tmfntwothbe a rested fin the d when brought back from Kiigtanf and the department has ruledl Ithat no duty will be levied as the silverware would not bf considered a having Wn ad vaiicei in manufacture wirhin the tneaninsr uf the law liy the affixing of the hfl roak- rspedttioa to llrslonn IiiillaiiH Tr A Hflicka 1started on his fourth expedition airong the Indians of the southwestern United States ftndI northern Mexico These expeditions anthropokqtfydo expedition for the American mu jenm of natural history under Prof P W Putnam The expenses are rTtI YorkTheI tainte physical characteristics of the extinct as well as the living peoples in the area once occupied by the cliffI dwellers of Pueblo Aztecu Toltec and Chcehemec peoples The principal tribes to be studied on tlis present trip YtmgnialayosTepehuanos cos AVltat Pniiperlnni Coats England spends 8400000 a year on 1 her paupers Scotland c800000 Ire- Land c 1400000 France spends less Ithan iljlOOOOO REPORTJCincinnati March 10 CATTLECommon 2 75 Q 4 40 Choice steers 5 85 G 2Jf CALVESExtra Q 7 00 OGSCh packers G 60 Mixed packers G 26 G 45 SHEEPExtra 5 25 5 50 LMIDSExtra 6 40 G 50 FLOUR Spring pat 3 95 4 20 SGyCORNNo2 mixedRYE 46 tn 64 HATCh timothy 13 25 PORK Family 15 00 LARDSteam 9 10 BUTTER Ch dairy Q 18 Choice creamery 28 tPPI4ESCholce 4 50 Q 5 00 POTATOES 265 g 275 Sweet potatoes 3 50 3 75 rOBACCONew 3 40 10 75 Old 530 10 50 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 SO Q 4 00 84t4NoWiCORNOATSNo 2 mixed44t + 44t 5SyPORKLARD Steam 9 22 9 25 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 95 4 30 81tORNNo n A fNo 2 mixed 51r- RYEMvestern 65 c 25ARDSteamiT Baltimore i 3Southern35CORN 4OA48VCATTLE75ROCSWesternLouisville 86CORNNOGnlATSNo48ORKMess00LARDSteamiIndianapolis 84ORN61ATSSis f1 a S ET1Tt qI 1 1 CONGRESSMAN HOWARDifj7e f National Reputation are the Men Vfl Recommend Peruna to Fellow Suffertrok if rI- C JIk A Remarkable Case Reported From the st91of New York nnnnrtartty rrntttttn OF iT1R1f HoJse of Representatives I Washington Feb 4 1899 f I lhe Peruna Medicine Co Columbus i Ohio Gentlemen u 1 have taken Peruna now for two weeks andfind Jam very much relieved I feel that my cure will be permanent I have also taken t for la grippe and I take pleasure in recommending Parana as an excellent remedy to all fellow sufferers M W HOWARDI Congressman Howards home address Is Fort Payne Ala MOST people think that catarrh is a ase confined to the head and nose Nothing is farther from the truth It may be that time nose and throat are the oftenest affected by ca tarrh but if this is so it Is so only because these parts are more exposed to the vicissitudes of the climate than the other parts of the body Every organ every duct every cavity of the human body is liable to catarrh A multitude of ailments depend on ca tarrh This is true winter and summer Catarrh causes many cases of chronic disease where the victim has not the slightest suspicion that catarrh has anything to do with itThe following loiter which gives the experience of Mr A C Lockhart is aI case in pointIMr A C Lockhart corner Cottage St and Thurston Road Rochester N Y in a letter written to Dr Hart man says the following of Peruua About fifteen years ago I commenced to be ailing sad consulted a physician tie pro Dounced my trouble species of dyspepsia and leave they DOYOUSHOOT x you and s- WINCHESTERCATALOGUE FREEand all the Winchester Shotguns Ammunition information once Winchester Repeating Co IN WET WEATHER A WISE JMANWEAR Rotes J DISH l OILED WATERPROOF CLOTHING ILAC ca TU1OIf mP YOU MOT1ii ELSt MILL NO SUBSTITUTES CATALOGUES f SHOWING UN OP6ARM NTS AND AJTOWER CO 605TONMAS 46 ACRE New Method of tt to IroW rOO and more bus Ter acre Is no vegetable- that pays The Sahara annually distribute one eighth of million Ibs of seed same at and up per lb For ISc aad this Notice T1t a It C1A1 SO d 1m Wierfnth ISO of and vegetable TarlteVgardeners list So s- HAZARD Somo more recent records with Huard nmokela farc W Fbtllls won nifh at tho Jcffer Ohio tournament II MOSbreaknffla ot lel68tallrttIIlhoUt Yr Ctuu B8picerat tbe Shoot held at nrco Terai won tho W J Oratier j lou ofabirds abot at Such work ttroTei the Ia for Powder It to It from yourdealer GUN POWDER 1 a r 4 en me after lie had me six month to get a ot from my business Into the courtry I did so and got temporary relief I went back to but was with very distressing ia my stomach I had a ot the bowels natu I consulted cnolticr physician with no results The disease growing on tot uatll I had exhausted ability ot or Rochester s best physicians Ttslastpbyslciaa ft Ised me to gl fup my work acd go I I o r tIt ri year OtltttI IHI was =5- th vi uamln3 tI xIi I XrayTheyi even dctermlao f Kg fhat my trouble t ferrwaa ofyour r ti testimonials In thetRochester seemedof consld to 1 I UpmymlDdtotryt1if rf i a runlL I ofw+ I stlceddeadthedyapepnowoathefihhbot welltffactachetorwhcNmoremoebycrybeenWeot arreapoundsWPhaveJ Peterson tto lJ f many and rec ommend It very highly 1 have told people that It candidly 1sapay for the medicine A C LOCKHART for a free catarrh Address Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Cv If do you should your address on a postal for 1 GUN ITSIt illustrates describes different Rifles and j and contains much valuable Send at to the Arms New Haven Conn B ftL DRY TAKE fREE HATS 1213 BUS ONIONS PER Salzers culture makes mxlhle There nearly a onion selling Soc kinds flower seeds postage derMravenge fonTlllo January ism trophy killing Mrtorttr clAimed HaiardBmoketeM toecoad nacreOet advised treated tbovf absence ando work again taken palaa seldom passage rally better kept the sixteen oruuh Some papers mot worthy bottle Perunn greet several they Send book The send name card FULL onion better January would would 5QW1 pKERTHE i Sold by M Donglai Storeeandthelsztthoedekienii flTtrrwbere C1UTIO1I Toe genuine hue W LDouglas name and price stamped on bottoattJfolieeincreote of sales in table below 1IBetIlrea Pain t99= 9s1a2 Palr 1900 =1259754 Pairs a- S i1901 =1566720 Pairs easiness More Titan Doubled In Fw Yttfs THE REA80NS wtIwuglssntkesrtndselismoretnenet f asMrttothostnananyothcrtwomanrnfathewal4aW L Douglas Jteand SUO ptaeMllde by ride with 400 and ssro sbas ot other makea found to be but ai good They win ootwear pain ot ordinary fuu and SUO shoes Made of tan beat leathers Including Patt rCorona Kid Corona Colt and National Ka lad Gkr JIoC ae ttraJ61sd nola NL9o wIlas 9gatEdtLtea caast1 M Sllof t ymaHa cgrtrm Catalog ft edW1 Jsouelae JUrockton MaM e o kc4ra r OPIUMwtiiSKYad gM e worst cues BOOK and reference VXJS8 lB AC VCOOU Y Bos a AUMUU jN r tor geed ams t SILVER PIKE 10 MelKSShim handsome prnftt with BO InTfMmBot WrHi jj P1LGKUL BOX 1128 Davenport WAN KE 19Q8 jh WUEV WKITIXU Te At VKKTI8K 1 plssetate lLhtgasl war th A4V IU aF meal fs ikU aye I t hI