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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1t1 j r 41 1 t T J S c- 4COTTflitittJ ii J It 1 v = H Ilit10KMAii ro id a i tst l t ir 41 I OLDEST NEWSPAPE IN RN KF CL ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMANr L KXXVI 1 i 4- tioa It WtiEN THE EASTER GUEST ARRIVES I properfurnishingsmirrors tho taste ot the housekeeper and is so accepted a C by the guest Weve what is right in carpets rags I Y shades ctry all the needed items and an interesting Yfeature about them is the low prices that prevail tho extra good values Wevo placed on sale for the Easter buying unusually attractive lines of swollest furnishings I and the careful manner in which Wt price them makes tthisstock of Icjenest interest to the economically inclined I and the styles will certainly appeal to all lovers of theii newvand beautiful ttc j tjiWoo1 Carpets from 50c UP 7 Good Tapestry at 55c o Wilton Velvet at 90c Exminster at SIOO f r Y o r arjTBeautifyyrna Rugs r 7 TEPHENS 1 TTICKMAN- ii MITH I f 11IY jjj 1Lil H i T L fT r BRYANS NEWSPAPER Senator Mason and William 3 Bryan motrecentlyin the marble room lObby in Washington says the New York WorM They shook hands and Mr Mason said So you are in tho newspaper busi nowYes said Mr Bryan Doing wellU r Very well indeed 0 G C ircll tipnand your paper go j1tt t 6t ill l edta newspaper which seemed to be flourishing and prosperous I met him one day and asked him how be was coming on with tho paper Fine he said good advertising good circulation and everything in nice shape Your paper t is going everywhere I inquired Ys indeed he said I just put a mortgage on my house this morning to keep it 1f1r 1 Having a Run on JCemcdy Chamberlains Cough oclocku25th 1901 A F Clark druggist Glade Springs Va sold twelve bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy He t says I never handled a medicine that sold better or gave bettor satisfaction to my customers This Remidy has been in general use in Virginia for many years and tho people there are well acquainted with its excellent qualities Many of them have testified to the remarkable cures which it has effected When you need a good re liable medicine for a cough or cold or Yattack of tho grip use Chamberlains Cough remedy and you are certain to be more than pleased with the quick cure which it affords For Sale by Cowgill Cowgill 4 00000 A A Averton the House Sign and r Ornamental Painter has located in tho town of Jlickman to ply his trane and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public You can get first class M I Painting Gilding Graining Sign Paint f iink andBPaper Hanging at customary tojAil prices and you can also tot your buggy iftt ilrmtdatl a nominal cost with the t t tS8 process not with patent paint- S fcjSbSre yciur orders at Cowjrills Drug K Store Resp A A AVERTON a xs KENTUCKIANS SORE Washington March 23The Ken tucky representatives are sore at the proposed Crumpacker resolution de signed to reduce tho congressional vote of the South Allen of tile Second district says it is to be regretted that tha resolution comes at this time when the bitter sectional strife Is about over Smith says it is the initial step in a republican scheme to put federal officers in control of the election in the jgutjiern states Gooch says it is an eSouttatioii in the south says Triiuble Gilbert says tho House is attempting something it has no right to do A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the constipationThisCow iIl R Cowgill BIG TRADE WIFH FRANCE The United States stood second on tho list of nations from which France purchased her supplies last year and fourth in the list of purchasers of prod ucts of French origin according to a re port United States Consul Thackera at lIavre dated February 20 and made public it the Stato Department Last year it is stated France imported 93 002261 worth of goods from the United States and exported 40226002 worth to tho Unilod States a balance in our tavor of 40770259 The Vice of Xnggihg Clouds the happiness of the home but a nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown shlIloss of appetite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters time most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and become healthy and happy Trv it Only 50c Cowgill i Cowgill guarantee satisfac tion t tw WES TE I FIITE WHISKIES 1 a VlINESf BR iNDIE AND GIN 1 A PEGIALTY OF JUG TRADE I GIVE YOU THE BEST VALUE FOR THE MONEYii tufty UNION OITZj II- IJT N E S S fl I r r f i J y c 7 ti w 0- 1C D I P ABLE SPEECH Made by Col Sam Crossland Monday Afternoon In Announcement AS A UAMH1UTK FOH CUSUR1SS COMMITTEE SEVERELY SCORBD FOR THEIK DECISION Mayfitld Messenger J Col Sam Crosslahd pi this ebnnty addressed a large and enthusiastic crowd dT the voters dkQrayesconnty at the court house Monday afternoon in the interest of his race for the democratic nomination for congress 4lur tits speegh Iaevcrely arraigned th oom- mittQe for It ititiouin nO uting tin primarr fT ptlilJu1y o Ylt In order that the ftrmers and workfne people of the district could have had more tine to hear and see the candi dates and go to tho polls aud fbteX He said the snip primary was riot cTOIoa for the goollof tho party or the con venience of tHe people but in the in terest of some individual He said lliauUs the ditty Midis raj presontativesThe lJ1rlyfbservQ lllg voters and try to so nfauaga the busr mess of the party as to best pleaset them and not the candidates So tar as ho waSfgpucerned ho was now us he had alwuys been opposed to snap pri manes or conventions and so expressed himself before tho meeting of the com mittee He thought it very plain that the committee was afraid for its delib erations to be faeon by men of their par tyorit would never have drove out tnT friends and voters of the party and tran sacted its busines behind the doors He said ho was a Democrat and a man of the people and did not believe in trans acting party business in secret bnldet them come out in tho open this was Democracy pure and simple and the kind of Democracy that people wanted He criticised James for being well pleased wltLsthe action of tho committee when In 189G 98 ho was lond in his denunciation of the action of the com mittee in calling snap primaries in the interest of Wheeler gave him no chatup lie quoted James as saying ho neitiior- had wings or gold and could not go before tho people unless he had plenty of time but now it was all right to calla primary at a time when the people wore busy in their crops and before they could have time to go out to the public gathering and hear the various candidates make their speeches and in that way choose between them so 418 to primaryHo if the JJ onionfitratiOns oC1t BeoplejneauI jinyK lniT r Gf8 n1in3S5 rorfifiJ i5 uT v tng beginning to go up in this county tiontoto be understood IAt the close of his speech the pub le cheered him to the echo He is now in the race and will remain in until after the primary is over f SOME ARE DISATfSFIED CANDIDATES FOR GONGRK CALLED ON TO ANSWER fFrom jilay field Messenger f If any cnn idute was the cause of such a snap primary ho should be roundly condemned and will be when the facts are known To see the Democratic voters of the district it will b necessary for ouch candidate to see on an average of 515 voters each day between now and tho day of the primary which of course is an utter impossibility- Mr Grassland are you guilty of in fluencing the committee to call Ithe primary at a time when tho voters are busiest r Mr Gteenup did you ask the com mittee tr call such a snap primary at such aO early and inconvenient time for the Democrats of the district Mr James did you in any way try to influence tho committee or manipulate its action to prevent the calling of the primary at a time in the summer that would have been ulgtet convenient for the farming pcopleto p out and aid in the nomination of iliemocratic candi date for Ooagressr3 Gentlemen speakon on this question if any or all of you arifgullty then you should be condemned by the people If you are not alfd ijo blame rests on the committee for calling the primary contrary to tho wjll and wishes of the candidates and the people thou it is your duty to call the committee to gethor and nut tho primary off at least two months Ibnger11 Let the candidates speak out and lot the people speak out and lust but not least let tho committee be hoard from O DN A SILVER BASIS A prOjeffifafoot ail has tone fur J euouch to get inflammatory head Jines in the newspapers to place the Philip pine Islands on a silver basis that is to provide for the free and unlimited coinage of silver for circulation in the Islands the dollar to be the same as that which the gold financiers say is worth lifty sis cents This will be a ticklish question to handle in Congress If it PhillippinoIslands those who stick to the Kansas CitII platform all and singular through f thick and thin always in the middle of tho road and denounced as traitors to the Democratic history and profession of faith those who think there has been It surcease in the towering necessity for free bUyer in this country Cincinnati r Enquire tL KO TO lING IThe ccoronthecoronai l fiwtrdEvery 13oJ9 the waterhas a tighflerectbeing t10d re 3 uqnbtedlvoa subjechs t eptirtuteii Kul t sa4t1 rding 16 Mrtied ilac hbyjllicia l JRe hail t willtttse years a be ty ta i Mame so tharlSnly intoxf Inus late knew nothing of wlf like ww er he hail leen sub h Mimi ea ait1i Jty by In Mar thetotati se thisc ptained the mthat t + Mis zegoe aei jltaiitat it ce i irobabj pafhijind Vmeru I dat mice horn through tLrosiltlook tf lay ttertxt a ixcer t usw 11N M is a k etst t end a iriri r stated ur I rise wn iensed at WAS should of FunGgeT a Saito rfs ib Ptat tali ou a fu ICt aSPa e c bladjf s irltt lileeoree7n may b huat to cat3rded y o Iiresuribit L qtswyen t of cisui1nlligt 1 b coital + yv 1 ktJtio t- stita theirscsot t v that n- at t l lvo a what tante odl ldbeknyw u a regular throng pt 1 gleissuei bnt pfar loh o to re inOta lot and nem- ori o figs Gf- in th have study an TtTr protlteil e it has bpefftmft methodfcfl vith dis i ia+ rs r7stu t t fie erv heat plauytnd one that Is productive of This besfrreshltH i to keep well worded ad vertisoments Tunning throughout the year and as o ten as anoveltj or anew idea appears in stock to let the world know all about it Bakers Record NOT THE SLIGHTEST ILL FEEL ING Owing to thejfact that there has been a rumor thatagpiie had caused the N 0 t St L RR Sp change tho freight terminal to Martin Mayor Walker wrote to thtfcofficiah letter concerning tnis talk and yesterday received the follow rng r ly front J W Thomas Jr t- A Ju receipt of yours of the 18th Wqjffcave as you are doubtless aware user the Mobile Ohio R R between Unj City and Columbus for the past 30 y4 Two years ago they gave us notS to discontinue ruuqing our trains ovottSieir tracks the notice effective JauMry 14 1902 This forced us to os tumSh ban flr at Hickman and to send freight which has heretofore gone via Union Cjitv and Columbus via Martin and LUckmau I assure you there is npFracslightest ill feeling toward JonrIcity U eehange being made on account oftie discontinuance of our tratlic art rafts mut with the Mobile C Ohio RRiMQUion Democrat i1 WE WANT GOOD PEOPLE ONLY Public sentiment in his country will llpromptpass1preps id by Chairman Shattuc of the HousoiCommittee on Immyjfolion ands Niiturarlization which hasfhdw been favoriiily reported and is air i mg ongrefifkiual action Especially will that provJ imf the excludesCrouapar hists or persots who bl lievo in or advocate thee overthrow by force or Siolenclrof all governments or forms of law or the assassination of public ofllcials Americans have had more than enough of these gentry They drew tho dead line against anarchists on tie day that Anarchist Czolgosz shot down President McKinley as tho latter ex tended his hand to greet Ozolgosz as an American citizen VgANON N BUYS if AND t 1 NQW York March 24Ihe Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has purchased the Nashville Chattanooga S St Louis railroad stock formerly RogerLocom + nearly 1000000 ot the stock and pflen made trouble for the Louisville and Nashville company particularly in re i gard to the leasoof the Tennessee roads The Louisville and Nashville owns nearly STOOOCOO of the 10000000 stock of the N C R St L railroad without the Rogers block The purchase of the fatter vas made from the executors of the estate and the terms of the transfer publicI ff4 Jf SF r i s ruSIRING 6OODS Z 7 fi = ar1JI r cI ihst 1ten edour stockofA Tr e S Ctdbr s antinow r ad to show you a i itl wu rl selected line of fine good 5F CI4Lih I- Oc S I 1Iestearh t 1Y I tibiai4 1 ti3leacltetl ant an rut1GI Domc fta v t ti = Olt ail RIttII Gy pyhr t1iaty Lr e stick of Ii is to be elos tt t IA1ftrict oJ 1 it y J i r rte t icL l 0f Gents Sh oes air Ltry Isrlce dChilJs ner and nice lrtieiof Shoes y- 91111f1tTSrR rpre iX ridaft qffncY tranks 70 Zo r J Y tt f 1J r Tifine Ltnu t Nav Iivlti a tIItlestn 1Vtlton VeTY i F 4vet Satkl I1 apQs 1 itltt p zt I IT F 13osac d l Y0t4j s tiIAtI1111b 1 t0 G Dont fail to- aI t fail see for ursel t tI tJ D7o Ch riov JHICKMAN KENTUCKY I Ii I It1 1 n A TIME FOR LOYALTY ATHOME The consideration with which the bustgout tug o ear fed t h of the double liability statute and the uthorization of a voto on the eonstitn ional amendment giving cities and towns house rule have been particularly roll received not to mentiou thE defeat of the Texas antitrust law and other tills hcstilo to capital In consequence of tho good impression thus made partfNow Jersey and West Virginia and there are also expressions of the inten Lion of large corporations with toroign organizations to seek reinoorporation in Kentucky One very llargo manufacturing concern is alrefdv preparing to take this step and doubtless the novomout will rapidly gather force nco it has started Courier Journal Chronic lIarrhoea- Mr 0 B Wfngfleldof Fair Pluy- Mo who suffered from chrdnic dysen ery for thirty live vurs says Cham iorlain s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea leinedy did him in ire good than any other medicine he wad over used For Oowgillr CVETOED THE BILL Frankfort Ky March 4The gov ernor today ve d the Nowcomb bill to prohibit tin docking of the tails of horses which tfas passed bytl e late general assem lv In his Sao accompanying the ye- tOUI0 executive says it is to tho credit of K tucky that tho absurd custom ot diving docked horses does not prevail here but as the operation is practiced to unot tho demand of the easterntrad the bill will not stop the practice oil Kintncky horses Legis latiBuV ho says should be directed to thrive whp ilitnand such horses not to tJ1tivth sll them AN IMMENSE BOY havebeentheir home In Slater ir son isono Of thOJarKe t y8bll1 ectLlonof th siitike zwe e+ t 0865 pounds stands G feet and 1 inch inChis stocking feet but is only fourteen years of ago Notwithstanding his mammoth avordnpois the young man is one of tho swiftest dancers in this sec tion of the state and is very fleet footed haviutr outrun many smaller and lithe men of his vicinity Paducah Demo crat Would Smash the Club If members of tho Hay Fever As NewDiscovery cureaIthis malady and Asthma the kind that baffles the doctors it wholly drives from oncehopelessmonia Bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It conquers Grip saves little ones from Croup and Whooping Cough and is positively guaranteed for all Throat and Lung troubles lOc 100 Trial bottles free at Cowgill Cowgills SAYS HE WILL WIN Mr R Lee Suter of the Boardof Public Works is in receipt of a letter from Mr John F Bile of Ionia Mich on his candidacy for Governor of Michigan i in which Mr Bible says The conditions are very peculiar in Michigan this year and if thu presontGovernor is renominaled asit seems certain that he will be because the Federal machine has so ordered I believe it is not only possible for a Democrat to be elected v but I think tho chances are more favor able to the Democrats than to the Re publicans 4 11 4YCant Keep It Secret Tho splendid work of Dr Kings rtqNew Life Pills is daily coming to light NcSuch grand remedy for Liver and ABowel troubles was ever ki before k Thousands bless them for caJing CO1f cv AJaundice25c at Cowgjll it Cowgills drug storeiFI C r FURNITURE FURNITURE I We have just received CAR LOAD of Furniture which is iiiv ready for your inspection the latest best most graceful mitt most elegant seen in Mickraan Our Furniture is madeC for I use and beauty1e sell only the right kind andwhile ottr prices are remarkably low the quality of the good has nevertf been permitted to declineI Come and see these w Jf tr OAK BEDROOM SUITS from 810 to 160 BEDSTEADS from S175 to SU IRON BEDSTEADS from 8195 to 18 f SAFES AND CUPBOARDS from 195 to 8865 w ROCKERS all kids front SOc to 89 MATTRESSES f iVlJo 10 rya Jt 3k Morris PITiIG WHickman KYtyMt 1 isJ + rr s r- z rd etr f l J t- R r Ll f T 0 IrI f n tw IINOURDISTRICTS AyPELATE JUDGES WILL BE OHosE 1jAT NEXT ELECTION appealslJbeingn1festede judges whose terms expire this tar are candidates and a number of hers have announced POD James D White of Bardw ell Age of thecourt of appeals from this the First fistiict has announced for ofayfisldinnville and Judge John Dorsey of i Henderson are illso seeking the Demo crtic nominatipn and a spirited con tfSt is expected Judge Whites oppon gats are all circuit Judges eading Democrats claim that after Jlaelootion there XvrjlI boa Democratic jority of nvo to tWo The Repub means npw have a majority of four to three but the indications are that two of tho flepliblicau judges UeKell and Guffywill be sncctfeded by Democrats I i THIS CAP DESIGNED FGR THOSE FNEII Y One UercUanl well to do fa reet 4otner day and ItQf wl1 fQr hS patr- ojragem JVu5surpnseclnud humid vQbeen taktng your NWpcnr singe it started and err knew you were ill business I look Wo over every week and JHjertirements there and whenever your mentioned it doesnt state that you are in business The merchant said he dfdult believe in newspaper advertising but did all advertising on rocks fences bridges etc and you have certainly driven along these fences rocks and over bridges Yes replied the farmer hand remember they were daubed up with paint but for the life of me dout remember that I ever read a one of th mrhere are so many other things to look at and I ont belieye in de stroying nature in that manner Ifyou will send those rocks rails and bridges to myhouso I will look them oversome evening after I have finished reading the paper and see what you have for saleErs r + ONE UEAT A MILE TO TEXAS On account of the Confederate Vete ran Reunion April 22nd to 25th round trip tickets will be sold to Dallas via the Cotton Belt at a very low tate of one cent a mile This rate is open to everybody Tickets will be sold Aprl 18th 19th and 20th and will bo limited to May 2nd for return but will be ex tended to May 15th if desired Stop overs will bo allowed at any points in Arkansas or Texas on either going or returning trip Low rate side trip tickets will be sold front Dallas to all parts of Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory The round trip rate from Cairo will be 1216 If youever expect to visit Texas this will be the chance of your life to do so For rate and sched ule from your home town and for hand somely illustrated pamphlets describing Arkansas and Texas write to- M ADAMI T PA Cairo Illinois 1 TRAMPS IN THE UNITED STATES- It is a discouraging but true statement that the number of tramps in the Unit ed States is rapidly increasing Despite the increased opportunities for work af forded by the phenomenal commercial industrial and manufacturing interests of the country the number of professional idlers shows no signs of decreas ingProf John J McCook writing in the Outlook shows by figures carefully- complIed that there are now in the United States 56890 Weary Willies a gain since 1870 of 2354 per coal three and fourfifths times the gain per cent in population These men he af firms are costing the country 811000 000 a year and are producing nothing PROTECT THE PRESIDENT There should boa very general satis faction that the United States Senate has been able to pass without amend ment the bill providing for the pro tection of the President this action following an exceptional full and free discussion of the measure O The assassination of the late Presi dent McKinley by the anarchist Czol igosz was the originating cause of the now just passed The Czolgosz me instigated by the moutihugs of fiearcnists who have unhappily been rmitted to establish themselves in Urnt4mrfeafej ep around too life cf tlio AmMUQ KydataadBiasthc foremost repred uBye bf government law and cyder SHREWD KENTWIGRIEDJTOR JV butx1lNg England states At least that i- 8It46 opinion of Senator Deboo of Ken tookz who recently told this story ThoState Fair association offered 4 prize of 1Q in gold for each of the iI1mploi of corn oats and tobacco M offer gaftithejeditof an idea He vertised that lie would giva a years ubscriptionV forth m for the best mplea of corq oats and tobacco that were brought to him within a certain time The country people jumped at the opportunity to get a years reading Everyfarmercontribution and when all the samples had been deposited the wise editor had a dayheupon tables which ran along three sides of the court hosee square and after a xersprolungettexamination the prize was dully awarded Then the editor picked out tho finest WMrpf corn the heaviest heads of oats aad the eftitwiste of tobacco and sent tk eselectioas to the state fair Ho gotthe tooin gold and besides that he- a1Id aaongh Stuff to the hotel proprietor nayhia ardforSXuothsi t- j0 1 1fo4 10t13i- lr 1 li WHAT IILIr INNVANL- It is a plan by which a man can sa curl to his family the value of his life and tjfeby prevent thorn from being left i puberty and witnont the moans of sit t when deprived of his pro tech Th ratiom of a class aor litsvLf of there is no certainty of the tlurufwof ode life A life insurance Pcom+ my takes advantage of the certainty the average and gives it to everyone of its membors The home has a value and thatvalue is almost always idaured although it may not and proba lIecr will burn but the husband and supporter must dip Tho man who insures his house protects himself against what may never cocur the man who insures his life protects his family against what is certain to occur Life insurance offers tikefamilycome and when all other means of support are likely to be cut off It iisji comfort to all during the life of tho Insured and a blessing to the familfe aftes his death irThe premiums paid for life insurance be said to I earlyideathtion to the premiums paid and it is exceedingly unlikely that h6 Tnsured will ever reach au age where the cash pnid for premiums will exceed the face of the policy The outlay for a dife policy is a comparatively small oiie and bar easily be afforded by any 5ne haAitrg a moderate income Are you insured If not 1 100U a piMuro of a family brought jjt comfor vhoso husband and father facoiiIthpovertythat other picture where tho husband and father has put aside a small portion of his income and loft n policy Icr iOOO or lp000 Which is the brig ter picture and wInch was the nobler raXfe Are you insQred Who can say Tjop itidntiosFlitMCTCAL liAXv and you will filnd that a jgoll in that Company will meet ie1 reasonable requirement and will 21 Ybu exactly what you are looking for 9 R T TYLER Agt- Hickman Ky U S PEACE AGAIN IN SIGHT The announcement in the House of Commons that pence negotiations are going on between Lord Kitchener and fir SchalkBurger Acting President ofi the Transvaal io conjunction with Mr Steyn President of the Orange Free State is the best news that has come layHoweverthatMrSchalkBurgcrMr ol the Boer commandants had visited Lord Kitchener under a flag of truce in Pretoria This is the most notable in cident in the way of peace negotiations that has transpired since the conference of Gen Botha with Lord Kitchener sev oral months ago Definite negotiations are now under way for Mr Schalk Burger carries with him all the ollirial authority that was vested in President tbeOrangean irreconcilable but is now probably willing to arrange any honorable peace For rUUlONining to reopen negotiations and Uu chivalrous act of Gen Delarey in liber aUng LieutGen Mothueii immediate Ily after his capture was consistent with these rumors The British Government has now an opportunity with the exercise of the magnamity becoming so powerful a na tion to bring the long and sickening struggle in South Africa to an end ON MAY 22 1902 I CUBA WILL BECOME FREE BOTH IN WORD AND DEED 1 Washington March 22 May 20 iiSral is the new date fixed for the the ttrcqfil ing over the Island of Cuba to its R o pie The change of date w is made if oat tho suggestion then with thejfull51 approval of President elcct Palma i5d1- his advisers Senors Tamays andSuqS sada who were with him at theawiir department today says this date will be a memorable one in Cuban history for it will not only mark the acquisition of full independence but be the Cuban i inauguration day it having bfcSS1 tcrrniucd that President Palma dayAmerican cwlyrt4 rtCut this out and take it to pw7nS Cow iI1s drug store anal gee sample of Chamberlain Stoc bbaFi t Liver Tablets the ties lhyic Tbt cleanse and invi oratothhe stoi asklie A tberbowelsSUGAR WILL BE CHEAPER l t is now highly probable that Uierjst will be a greater reduction in the du tics on Cuban sugars imported into the centjisome days ago iot Lato Washington advices state that a byPresidentand Major General Wood at which it was practically decided that there should be a larger reduction than that contemplated in the recommendations of this ajhcus and dispatches from New York svzJattlero is a feeling among me4iFof the sugar trade in the United petl at the concession will amlll ago o even 33 13 per tout that thfe final action in the mat tenwillbe cannot be accurately forecast just rvir nor can it be told at this juncture just what the effect on tho price of sugar in too future will be This phase of the matter is to the con sumer the paramount question and puzzlinJttheirI solutionIs 4I n t CHEAP RATE OF 1 ONE CENT PER 5I1LB TO DALLAS r TELff A PHIL 18 TO 20 01 BYQ ILLINOIS CENTRAL Good to return until April Or Jar bv extension to May 15 Account of Annual Reunion UNITE rOX FKDKHATE- YKTKIMXM and v SONS OF YGTEKANu Liberal I jugopportunityI I sieLe and now National Park site at Vicksburg Chapside toTexasDouble dailyfast service yfa 1L grthisI or Vicksburg and Shreveport with less connections Special Through Tininfco its HofrIiIter1Yxite O tliiyKIan Cif1tri l out or to- Wb3i BmnE O P 11i A LotiiWiuo IWlIiO rLEn 2 P A f ill1eWJilit inir dN G P A +p t TILE E1TIS TilE ClllLEti1 wII NP how cha r taut plow ood pie uestiou The TWICfiAWEEK REPU IC IS not a cheap as it is possible toil a firstclits ncWspaTWr It prints I1jthin fqyourendi posted on all the important and mter esting affairs of the world Its the thatstoneydistinguishingtraits gnedfOLfaiiifv Subscription price 1 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster mill receive your subscription or yon trfakmail it direct tSTHE REPtlBLIO I St Louis Mo I n t t i l POINTLRIi t J f V are rt1fPI our i SPRING STOCK z i I OFfi aOdIiIi f1 If V Harness 0 tJ i 41tJ0 est tocktlIjjiI X on we have 2 iii toieaffordsI1 1 trj CPomj f f + Jhljt r44 +++ 84+ I t i THKOUailSLEKIEKS VIA XOBILK ii OHIO U Kr5 i i OrleansSttasks iv As Itr9r r tickets via M lJWN V i 5 mw i1EA TrEJfl j qWa rten11Affo ratPowell BIoe1r Clinton et t Hating purchase1llIe OroceryKiock of J J 0 Uondurint would be 14rised lo have ell old friends to call Fred Good Anal Phoice Uarcnmit A Irlnler Greatly Surprised i I never was so much surprised in ofuEinsnysHemvillo fN 0 Gazette I contracted a severe case of rheumatism early last wiuter by getting my awotI tried several things tor it without benefit One day while looking over theGazette I noticed that Pain Balm was postivoly guaranteed to euro rheumatism so usingtwotaken its flight and I hjiyo not had a rheumatic pain since Sold by Oowgill Cottgill TJXlTiOJ CONFEDERATE YETEBAXS TexAprilRailroad will make rate of one cent per mite and In many cases lose from all Con- poaticketetatlona Tickets limited return toMayl5thsAskyouraeareattleketagentto lou1ar8f ro r ri JOHN H RiNG OO- DCe f ii atol GtQQ hs i Deism iBk seisll tietl Rifkmn Kveps all kinds of Groceries awl PRiBtly Supplies UUTTRK EGOS CIIirKKNS A SPEtTIALTV I Goods Delivered Fee I Telephone Na ItI i CAR U THE R SJ BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERYF- RESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every lOc sash purchase CLINTON STREET HICKMAX KKNriCICY Telephone NnuiberK11 THE f1ET OFFTHBM ALL Nunnalljrs Candies Reigers CALIFORNIA 0 PBKFUMES FOiv SAL1J BY Cowgill f Cowgfll- DRtTGGISTS t Cash BookhSple- ndid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS 8L Call and see our Stokerthing up to date MARY BKHRNDES Co OAId CJQAL Ti Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied by O H or pnid for on deliv- err will have FIRST ATTEN TION r ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son t CURIER JOURNAL 2TUIES A WEEKii ibi TIMES A YEAR The TWICFA WEEK COUUIEK IOURtlI is the Mst piper published in the United States for Jjemooots and for all readri It is the equal of many Dailies and tho superior of all other SemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devot d to NEWS MATTERS tho Saturday iissue- to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisvjlle Ky ap ij1 Building 1 1Alaterial 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 BERr 1 and Windows Shingles c n 1 jjDoors Builders and Cement Hardware 1 j I j Paints Oils Oto i ESTIMATES f I CIIEEIIFULLYla- FURxMSHEl1 f FEED STUFFS 4 Hay Oats Corn Bran eto etc i1 1 I i L P WS Ellison iyi r RoneyATTORNEYATLAW i31okntanICyL- ocated at the Court House n LSDFOKD HANDLE A- ry roceries Fresh Me Hardware Queensware 10 Sid Feed Stuff j 7 Ve carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and ri 0 rj ipains will be spared to Iplease our customers q JS Call for Blue Trading Slumps with every lOt Cush IerclwsoniQl After collection of 800 you are entitled to a nandsomo present Tulphone G Goods Promptly LWiyerel q q t KtiFAR1ERSO i OQ Sbt tp Absolute Safety is the Basiv Thai We offer to depositors Other iii iducements ore of secondary importance trt i Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage w J ATHOMPSON Cashier ill BUCHANAN Presih lltY1 DIREOTORS rtJ J c WKVDURANT If UCCilAXAX J A TIIQMLSOX J C UHEEK i11 51 ISLEIl J w ALEXANUHK U1 B THRELKELI tyt FOR THIS BEST I-NCROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at the LOW 135 r PlUOliH TOe Jra Wo Rogers c2 Son TJPTODATB GROCERY I WITTINGS OLD STAND 1MEATS Goods Delivered Free Clinton Street J 1 Telephone 74 = r JrOFor New and Fresh Groceries ofAllJfiitdsf f FLOUR ysMEALBRAND and MEAT We have the Exclusive Agency for CHASE l vSANJBORNCOFFEE 4 u rr1 tfII t il ilfJ Oe2jr y bQP e Ir11 s DRYIAui- a r I Rip i Has a SujcriorStock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE veryPRICE lowest tile 4 market jjustifies vX J fALL GOODS iOAIliiins IlifPHIlSlifflfe1 i 4 f tr J I ROO PINe ALSPrCI TTtr 7c i- IIICIMA N MARBLE WORKSi1iTLazicLGI 1sS TOMI DILLON ST ProprJ 9ueceeeoi4 O H 0 RIDr lecJl Marble and Granitei Epnum i OUR BIN Gt 10 STONE YORK of all Kinds 1 IRON FENCING cJ Eiiokman st K CITY B6BBER SHOP To my old ct sty ers We are Here to stay Nobody will appreciate yon patronage or tike more pleasure in try ing to please you than WP old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILL f KOWFLI DR 8 K DAVIDS DE YltlHIOKMAN KiHr OSoe EUrue lbscl e o the l us f4 1r- i i kr ANNOUNCEMENTS Cif Ft a R CONGRESS I e a it to announce SAMUEL ND of Graves county ns n dictate to iepresent the 1st Conj 6r Loweronstnlted States His candidacy is sub t to theffcctio of the Democratic artyUnseated1ohnR frome 4orJtyJOfO1worn iro Now York Republica c gK fiilAk ea TIO Republican nia Y tjUt lelacti that he was tedy only 10 some contend nUea tkAtotherd were absent because they did not want to vote to unstat him rl I7Jj i 1 r FetTil 1fI03 01tlitlwereare indlc that the fs will Le GaQs not Onetsot Ru cdun L fiatfocriot tAxTiiEltar M rooI l ntItjije trianafeit- potyjMriV e7oe under consideration hape Kentucky way yet have time- Come r 1 ilkmot Overflows No Good The time was when thc recurring floods of the Mississippi wore of real benefit to the farm lands by reason of the rich sedouieut deposits renewing the lands This is not now true The great bulk of the lands on all the upper streams that make up the Mississippi floods has nobeeu cleared for inany years and the deposits from there in the water are of sand or poor worn out landsA Swindle and No Defense Mr Grosveuor u Republican congressman and when Mukinley was Presidenti the mouthpiece- of his administration has intro duced a bill to compel dealers to label shoddy goods Shoddy T his is strange coming from the source it floes because it is generally conceded that it is the Dingle tariff that makes the manufacture of shoddy goods tempting For instance all through the United States shoddy clothes are being sold as woolen garments Leaving the tariff out is it not simple honesty that theso manufactures should label their goods just what it is Men who make shoddy and sell it in the form of clothing un der the pretence that it is woolen de ceive and cheat the purchaser The morality of such shoddy dealers is on a level with other cheats Why should Congress hesitate to pass this Gro vener bill The Levee Bill The Levee Bill passed by the reef nt Legislature and approved by the GOY ernor is now a law and a certified COPof same received hero The bill authorizes the county Judge upon the petition of five land owners to establish and appoint a Levee Board to serve for four years It empowers the Levee Board to condemn by law the right of way for said levee and to pay for same It gives the Loveo Board authority to establish crossings according to their judgment- It makes it a penitentiary offense to cut or attempt to cut the levceiIt fixes penalties of fines for any one to ride or drive on or otherwise tres pass on the levee It gives the Board authority to sun mons each and every citizen of the overflowed territory to work on the levee in case of emergency and requires the Board to pay 100 a day for said servicesThese in brief are the leading points of the bill The people interested can proceed any day to effect an organization but the Courier is not advised when scuh steps will be taken The Government appro- priationf is approximately certain but Sf no part of it will be available until the jgjlianie people make up their quota and e iiIiIithat this js yet considerablyi jJho ow murfi short it is we do not know battle shortage depends sonic upon1wlut the right ofway will cost kvand no one can knowrojffetithe mindof fHr a jury may be in sucnfcascs The whole of the Government appro prpltion of 200000 is available for use thisyear but only on condition that the lioinu1l fpf come up with their t quota If the home quota can be ob pained the levee will be commenced and lcompleted this y tfar So we areso near j Hrfd yet so fare because the active friends of thejeree have already sub- scribedt and tuturc subscriptions must f come from those not for or opposed to the levee The Courier hopes that it will come through all rightsome way i STAMPSFWe give Blue Trading stamps with each cash purchace Call at our store and see the collection of premiums given free in exchange for Blue Trading stamps a BALTZER 8t DODDS f i r 1f2r- v 1Ji 4 IIDESiROYED BY FIRE This Is A Sad Sad laisfortuno I 1 I The Jesid3ncco Mr diaries Isbel ou the Dv isberg road near Ulckman with I all iM intents furniture household I J good4hing meat and every thing totirllJ 2pyedjana not a cent of in suradfl Db ie occured when Mrs Isbel Failing the dying bedside j of her gt p other Mrs Eliza Levine at a Jneig Brs home All her grand mothers longings with a purso of pers haps flOriQ was also lost This leaves thus orth3jvlflraily jin a sad condition and they should have the encourage went and help of n1 good people A Law Lost or Stolen lawfj411nroters class towns to register and to bet given a certificate of registration and to present this certificate at the poj aij a qualification to vote has been misljuu Jest or stolen Gov Beckhaui discoss+ ic ed itsAbseqfjjyJien the bills passed ff the recent hthfelatnre woke 1 filet 5CU54 election law passed both Hous s was signed by the Speak I prbces30f enrollment way opof it cab be old wTbe 4ecords slJaw pat such aSAll wrigu larly enacted but its wordingrovisions caunover be known v certified copy can be had Th hasten placed in the han S- rWjiinninvpriltij attorney iiiagui ty person can be known tlltjyii is 5yearS in the penitentiary 1 3 j If FOR EASTER Easter erglLasterdyeEaster I DrU WILSON J s ISotTfj To School JrusiIJt pfc Frankfort Ky Marcirijt3yl To the County Supt rC 1 J The delay in shipping tho lfeblank e in shipping and has not react Jpi Hi printer As sobn as it is receinHjl supplies will be printed and shipptd tJJ you Irtgret the delay very llhbut it is unavoidable IL V McClIESNEY ItSuptFrom the about the trustet of th whytitthorn Tho blanks will be sent to Hid j chairmen as soon as they are received at this ollkse DORA M SMITHiCo Sept GUARANTEED BICYCLES i j Wo Hell only guaranteed wheels at the I lowest price possible See our lino before buying D E WILSON x f CoII EPISCOPAL UIIUKCII There will be a special Easter Service Sunday morning at 11 oclock A special musical program has been pre pared The choir will render Christ our Passover by Frank Shepherd i To Deum in E Flat by T S Lloyd with special hymns and offertorv A I cordial invitation is extended to all BishopDudleyo In Jouesboro ImUEUII Mr Fred L Purcell of Warren rkIto Miss Edith Parr of Jonesboro Mr Purcell formerly lived in this county is a younsj man of excellent character and qualifications and has many friends here who extend congratulations and best wishes for a life of happinsss and prosperity The Juvenile Missionary Society will give an Easter Egg Hunt in Mrs Ran dies yard Saturday afternoon from 3 oclock to 5 Prizes will be awarded to those who are most successful in the quest Admission IOc The Hunt will begin promptly at 330 t A PEW ONLY REMAINING Wo have only a few guitars which we offer atcost D E WILSON Cocaine can now bo bought only Qn prescription by a physician FOR SALE t A good milk cow with young cal- M A McDANIhL 15 MEN NEEDED Able bodied and willing workmen no other kind wanted Good pay FOIl SALE one male hog 8 months old JAOK NEWTON r suddenly canesinThe Belmont R R clovator repair shops and stock pons ana tenbfreiRht MondalbPresumably FOR RENTO acres of gJod lnd 212 miles from Ilickniap Apply to JACK NEWTON Buggies with rubber tirers Buggies with steel tires DoggIes for the rich and poor They are up to date in style and quality low in price Come and examine and you will see the best value for tho money ever offered Harness robes and whips arc also of tho highest grade Call and examine no trouble to show you through W J Bum BUTCHER OUTFIT FOR 1Aj I H lig closed out my moat S 2sk1rer my entire outfit for l li1ersol1s indebted to me ltndly ThankingrTequestecJ to call and I iri Trienda for their patronage in tbjb past and hoping to merit same in the futures I am yours to serve JOHNSANGSTER at ROGERS S SONS J ti L4 I Easter Sale OF NEW SPRING GOODS JLOurSpringGoodslavgeiwstocfe than nsunllvery J DepaiwCinentcomplete Our prieej aim the lowest wo give yogas lltuchas possible forc the nioiiey linever lower the a tT andaiil 1uality r tr hite nod f This isal Vhlfe s sot c it a11d an lP 11 1 Cat iPRt1111t 11I11P diaii Linen ailiiook Dimitus Madras 1101- 1Lli rl lLWn r l 5 to Wash fabrics MNot since w 11f11e been ill lnisimsts halea 11P had sucu a 11t1 11 oek 0 f 1tsh r oolyc 1 ist 1110b- a Illlf ailt 1llll d- Ill x 1 I 1RAS- 1llltt tl 1 1at ll5- vtj lste ss1 1 nI Idt rr 1 Silk 1 La11u etc IOIll tI 754 el J t11- dJ1 l S rrZ TLiS1J Gf Il T TADINr The prettiest Mlle in town for Waists Skirts tci24 in BRick Taffeta gnamntee strong for 75c nIHti10Oper yard Black and white Morie Silks f izskirts and waists 22 to 30 iin Wile at 1 tox150 Nice line black slripei I silk grenadine jit 75c- e and 100 iooo Remnants Indigo Blue Calico whitfrnlieoRed 27 in Lawns i IjLpron Check Gfnghaius td wide BroWJilDomostic r r t T rlJ1otii kings 0 igAVoshowla linc BoysEasteri Our uleaisr5 G and 7 suitstqlial l t 1110St 650 anfll 10 suitsi ii- Hands6me Jlftie of 151SUItsy 850 more oUstlit BoJyslttih Jane Hopkins make has notq1lalt Piece Suits lt95ioBoys tlirejf+ piece Suits 3 50 to o L Ladiesj Under 1 Muslinjj- 1Cambric Corset Cov ers full front neck jondl sleeves trimmed with embroidery ami vjace ranging iin price front y25o to75e UmbHIa SKIRTS deep cambric Futile trimnud with threes rows of lace pricj from 75c to lr 0 rmbivlla DRAWKKS1 big HS olImcattrim- md with lace and em broidery at 25e to 75 CIIE111Shtlntiui Chemise lace ami civiI broiderv trimmed1 1atv 75c to 1 10G O W N S Cambric tru Ions with low nijck and short sleeves trim njed with lace und em hruid11titr roc to 52 P K Millineryi The largest line of Ladies and1 Missesii ready to wear Hats iin the cityun the very newest sty 1 e s andl ncI VEILIKI S11c- Vs show nice line of veiling and made Veils at lac1 to i5c l er yard rashSilk Skirts Lallie Black Tn trta- ldl Morie Silk SkirtsI Black Movie Skirt nicely I trimmed at C10 Black Skirts Twill Silk Net overskirts at X10 Black Silk Skirts nt 7 to 1250 I Yards of I Boys tvq3 ready Tafleta AL2C I t Hoes Ladies Oxford and Colonials for the conk jug season and tlip 1proper1 styles We show comlete assortments in raids and Vici Pat cut front 1 to 350 Our Misses Eclipse 3 and S3 50 shoes in Vici and PatentlHather equal 5 shots in looks and wea- rMattings t Dont fail to inspvct our line of Matting about fifty new pieces to select from both all straw an l cotton wlnp 120 to 35c also Shades Cloths and OilII GALTIER DODDS i4 7 rUI EMAifJ BAguitI If IiJi HlCKMAN I K5 i I j p I Capital Stlpaid1 in 5 Surplus till Undivided Profits 20OOOf io 10 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Perth iActs of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited r I IrtaeFunds and Securities of this Bank are protected 1 by the- M t osier Pateut Screw Door Safi Has never yet beenBurglarsM f f- ly0 qrshierC t I A Free Pictule of 1en Lee kkAny veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Koherl IL Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for i framingf if he will send MS his name and address and the name fJ and address of the Camp to which he belongs j I 1 ur Itmute tv Iulia tUl In vi the noun Belt rllt i 11411 1In tr i + Ikt Into tM very htnrt uf tile LrrM ruiiu tl s- li Mitltabla kur uoilleleui t 11l kim witliin a noel illstfcnr of the re11qan- I I I krnl t i r wtfrIIIbeaede leentltmiteslew- II nt tiayAthane W rlt foreeYwtgle1G1- V A I IUI krt I WM JTiiur hrmetov- trt M AAAMI Trllnlic Passenger Agent JII JONES Ticket Agent L leairalI Ootan SllUn Cairo III I c w A feg d IlMU A SHOUT TIME ONLYff Tblll pricps vie have made have 8 jlit stacks of Roods IDutit miss the chwiKti W secure staple uxnlrt at cost WILSONS BOOK 1UIUii I ITwn formers in Kansas trod l chi U11year oriBut Ii families are well to do and the jj reason for the trade was that one had i oiis and the other no daughters PLATYS ULASSInu Iteinoants of HWITY Plate Oas at nj U tsmMrx1Vtifl baul 1jr ltii j siz ur shOlV to suit porohatier Apply at Courier office Lockjaw From Colnrolis jwebM put on a eat lately gave a wouiuu lockjaw Millions know that tht best thing to put on a cut is Buck I leus Aruica Salve the infallible heftier j ErupIor no pay Ouly 2icat Oowfilb St Jowgills drug store those who have shall be givenI IToto those who have not shall he u away even that which they have Mrs William K Vanderbilt Jr hits just received 80000000 O froth the e- Latej of her father the late Senator Fair of California I IThe New York Herald sums tho Ott han thrill bill upaM u miserable corn = f I RepubliII sugar and prottction It says it will be a bitter disapointineat to poor Cuba f u sonrct of disgust to theIIIIanllj lc who believe in Con AmlrieuuI and alnive all in keeping the I pledge to save the island we nsoued frrtm Spanish oppression I Mrs Eliza LoValle the grandmother of Air Sam Wilson Mrs Isbell and Mm harper died at the homo of Mrs Judge Wilson Monday morning last She was stricken with paralysis the previous week and her condition was regaidod as hopeless since She had been for many years infirm and almost helpless She was welt known to all youngerdaysfamily and sire was a leader of our best society Peace be to her memory IITHROUCtt PUIXMAH BCTWCCN ELECPERSIiI ST LOUIS MO JACKSONVILLE H ST LOUIS AND MOBILE ST LOUIS AMD HEW OflLEANS ti AsK FOR TICKETS VIA M A 0 CI i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE araa- I have t good horse for sale or will exchange aura good gentle buggy horse II Buchanan fOLLOW THE CROD g Ever stop to think that whatever r M I pleases a great many people must be t r very nearly all righjjf AW jWell itiso 11- e Follow the crowdand you w teS a rrr r rMore than a million men throughout T the United States have their von MADE TO 3fhdsURJ BI I The International vTailoring Co w Jot V of New Yerk MI CM the concern for whom we taket This is a pretty sure sign thatl I national clothes are all that ftfcj ed for them Qi hest in quality lowest in price Get ip thetatj stylish and1tes fitting clothes that can be madeYet tf i you very little Well be glad to show you the Interi c i line of samples at any time you can conveniently call to se ll a 1 H qAMBERGLocall K l Sc 1+ t = iiI Io a- i I i jltf 4 iJ r oJ x 4 flfJ 11 Ja 4 A tfr 0T1cas tty l tt I 1 m HEREBY GIVEN TOJ t t e LL PERSONS INDEBTt 1 p r ML B HATS SON- Si7TOTIIEFlLiIOF TO Vk OxME FORWARD 11 T I ONCE AND MAKE SATISt S osaooiaosomerr Sr r FACTORY ARRANGEr REGtJv1J TOY a rrrrrr THEIR ACCOUNTSL ir- a MBSHASV10 1 1 1 1 1 = Ve have an Elephant on llalld = I In tJIle 1vay Uf R TWO TtlOUSAND DOLLAR StOCK Ps- oL c I II MENS and BOYS CLOTHING JI LADIES CL01IS HATS rlp SHOESandw IL f NOTIONS sOf all kinds that we are oing to Sell at The on the dollarr aotuilllcost Will have Auctiont L EVERY SATURDAY All sums of cp and uUltr Gas J andover 5a d mouths credit good note and Uo interest =f Jr vJ H JWQIFR z ttNmtnmmmtwnmfft t nwwwR HIeiKMrtN WAGON CO aANVEAr01LER OF Till CJKI EimATKIt cT BeEK41f WA O S IIDS WANTED 7 Sealed jds fur painting the City Hall roof wilyreceived by the uudersagnel np to not ou the first Monday in April i 1003 tyf to be painted with oxide of iron aur good linseed oil sumo to bo nnnlUdiith baud brush TI CHBWtGC P 4IC 0 DERATE REUNION a A1l lL 22 TO 25 1902 it Nashville Chattnriooga St- i ffiiihvny + 1 sell Roundtrip etsio Dallas Texas at ONE CENT Ifc MILE Traveled on April 18 19 d Bysiting1a3fbrt cr lit fore April 80th and chargedyiHaSBot later than May 15tht 0t secured u trip rate from IIickmim is 1245 Ths preferred route is over the Nash Chattanooga S St Louis Rail Memphistie tables maps or any ad formation call on or write to lt timer Southern Passenger Olmttanooga Teun W T Traveling Passenger Agent W Tenn R 0 Cowardin jMnger and Ticket Agent T nu0r to W L Danley a senger Agent Nashville Bwynvthe druggist invite the diw ttfoall and s eiil excellent line o1tto WAwi p1lnkaawhltQ at 1- 5T7 l So f fLi y 4- U DIRECTi RIMARY ELECTIONS Daniel Webster said in his day andI generation It is time to do away with accuses They make great men little and little men great The true source of the power is people Per Imps we have made some advancement in our political methods since then but it Is still a far cry into tho future to the political millennium MORE THAN PLEASED Hundreds of our customers have ox pressed their delight at tho bargains we liiivo given thorn Come and see us at once WILSONS BOOK STORE I 00 FENTERTAINMENT impersonator tninmont probably at City Hall under the auspices and for the benefit of the Ilickman Lodge of Odd Fellows on Friday night April llih The entertainment will consist of recitations declamatiois c NEW STARS FOR THE FLAG The committee on territories of the house of representatives having voted unanimously in favor of bills grantin- statehood to Arizona New Mexico and Oklahoma there are likely to be three more stars in Old GLj when we cele brate the next KMvo7Jnly In regard tcj3Tiau Territory the committee favorsublll giving it a reg ular territorial government and changing its name to the territory of Jeffer son This will entail some changes of an important character it is stated that the white elements within the In dian Territory are already in the as reportin202000whites I c IL SJocat ro lTIt toJVVVVtVtV tVCVV N 0 C ST L R R SCHEDULE LEAVE IIIOKMAN No3 Leaves 205 p in No 58 Leaves 955 p m No 65 Loaves 700 a in ARRIVE No 4 Arrives 140 p m No 52 Arrives 7110 a in No 54 Arrives 8SOp m Easteregg dyts at Swayuos Easter Novelties in Mens Neckwear at Ambergs Next Sunday will be Easter when spring head gear will be ripe By a vote of 166 to 3 Wickliffe ex presses herself in favor of a graded free school Note change in Cnrnthera ad Blue Trading stomps entitle you to handsome presents Dont fail to call for Bluo Trading Stamps with every Ito cash purchace at Swaynoa Mrs W P Curlin and her daughter Willie are off for a visit of several days in Louisville Oholera has broken out in Manila and much uneasiness is felt for the American soldiers Eastor service at the Methodist church next Sunday Special selections of music Everybody invited Mrs I1ullla Horrin of nickmlll Ky was tho guest of Esq C S Tally the latter part of last week Obiou Dmoo1it NeelypostmasleratGreentied thousand dollars has skipped leaving a wife and six children The Southern and Northern branches of thJ Methortlst church arft taking steps towards the federation of their mission workMrs Andrew Bnnscho many years ago a resinent of Hickuian died in the city of St Louis March 13th of old ago oral shock B n Sanders a lording merchant ot Caruthorsvillo was in ilickuian this week on hij return from the Eastern Markets Jacob Sleiniiutnu arrested in Mil- Waukee Wis says he is an anarchist haodkerchiremJloldent McKinley Gov Beckham in vetoing the docking or mutilation of horses tails in Kentucky has provoked the condemna ion of the Humane Societies It passed the Legislature with little opposition Miles Jackson son of J P Jackson of Clinton died Sunday from a wound received from an accidental discharge of a revolver last Thursday 1 4UT l Corcefworking out tines on the streets this week Jailer Noouon leas been working others repairing court house fence Acting President SchalkBurger of LordKitebnuor isljug to peace cotinoffenseisof his license Read theThango In Led ford jfc Ran lIes ad this week which calls your utteii tion to the Blue Trading Stamp given with every ten cents cash pur chase Tho Democratic congressmen from theCrumirackorregarditresisting it to the uttermost Gou Miles independence may cause him to be retired by the President He is past W years of ago and can be retired at the discretion of the President who is known to have no kindly feeling for the General The alleged discovery of a Kansas ipreacher that It was iT man and not an ordinary snake in the grass tthat tempted Grandmother Era bears out a suspicion of long standing on that ihistoric foot And fits reptiles rite stilt templing em agaInstClmrlci grandjurythe civil servicel tvV it is claimed that 42500 was collected from civil service Employes to be used for political purposes Gen Otis in his testimony before the Senate Committee on the Phillip pine Tuesday said the Filipinos were not capable of self government and that Aguiualdos former Secretary of State had told him it would require ore hundred years to make them so protectlouists Louis Republic is to rightly main taiul1 tariff rate on Cuban products iUJpossibletostarved into annexation By this means we shall possess ourselves of their island and put an end to their national independence without initiative ap parently coming from us A lively race is promised for Queen of the Carnival April 28 to May 3 at totegSix will be named one each from Paducah rnytiolt1 Murray Jackson Dyersbnrg and Bardwell Capt Frank Cassidy reports that the outlook is favorable for securing the steamer Helen Miller Gould in the Cairo and Ilickmau trade says tho Cairo Telegram Tho leading merchants with a very few exceptions have signed the papers promising the boat their support The boat was built two beamgan hour up stream wh 11 Ir 1 LOiIIIIr 7 T r w t r t 1 1iL t 1 y 1 lti1i jL ri II- T e l 1k4 II Y 1 c t 0 7tY y arr ffI 4roo I311sy 4 4 f 1- ji t oJJ f 1IIr ii j 1 ltt J 0 E AN ADVITrSEMENT 11 4- J 9 t iJi I E i Ry t EPARTflENT 2 jt- g ill IN A RUSH SjBNG GOODS KEEPING THE IN TOIiik9 t 1 Ii t i r to f- w iplr Departments 1 rrqr fJ Are COMFLETE- y 4fIj f 1 AND TIlE NEW 7g v M w 4 BargainDepartment Is tile B siest Part of the house MisgrtTtv You ar Gordially Invited0H- Bto Inlfpeci our StQckrC i r t ib li p N W S ELUSQN+ ii i iIIa ti Wl tv ir 5if T E c HICKMRNKY r r 1 w y J 1 t K 61 A 1P M t r 1 1IVw i t x rte+ A- y v tr1 ff iI t tj- t r i t f ft r III r w r m- Tia I nr r r tk if if J U1 lr f 1 it a i t t c a tli u p t The tiickman CourierJ e GEOnQK WARREN Publisher Yf i ICKMAN KENTUCKY TOPICSa4 polishersIr photographeiHotejpmd restaurant employes have organized at Birmingham Ala tkaifas11l erect the first state bundle at the St Louis Worlds fair CetiwppliUn ailice of London look v0 r ZOO Jnllest of roads and streets r1 loldii probably the odest of ath r COOBZD Rockefeller has been giving Washingtonl and Lee uni yirslty + mt Sotor3o has agr d 4Iro none hut talan men X oo tune needed ine Ettf a a Qrcasusr and t r ole eletr1cally led wJt er from thevMarmbre us tiw aDes affray t ttPrlnce Georgeof Prussia 76 years lJs the oldest member of the house ef Hohwwollern After two years of effort the work f NYiln capacity the fad of the famous Apache chief Geronimo is the culture of watermelons A dromedary race between Biskra and Tagurta Algeria is being arranged The distance to be covered is lS miles t i Thirty steel manufacturers of Great combinatlon = 100000000 Maine has two citizen who voted for Andrew Jackson in 1832W H Chis Joshualitoulton+ In Java there is an orchid all tho rowers of which open at once as if theyalsoJ fThe agricultural department now re Quires a larger appropriation for Its department By the censuf101900t onlyI two elates had mororfbr e Iborn than na tlvo born male residents ofjvoting age Minnesota and Mouth Dakota t The total exports of animals and their products during last year were includingWAt organization has been formed In Nevr York to secure funds for further- Ing Education In the south They al disposalTt Greatdepartment Wlaconsin yearsfo supply Canadian coal Instead of Welsh or Pocahontas to the troopships yhich are to convey tho new Canadia- contingent to South Africa j I The duke of Marlborough is be Sieved to be the possessor of the cost RaphaelEjDlenhelm 350000I In Cin cinnati made and exhibited the first UnitedStatesEd at the Cincinnati exposition in 1874 I A group of American capitalists haveJ proposed to the Paris municipality i says the Vie FinancIere to build gaa ijftUd to IXd per cubic yard J Col John Mosby the leader of one tot the most important confederate cavalry commands during the civil Coliorado4 private Inclosuro ot public lands t Miss Edith F Ogen of SL Paul Jilinn has designed the tablet of bronze mado from a Spanish cannon which will be placed ui the steam services1Jdurln tfeounties object to legislative appro f iatloa to exterminate mosquitoes o fVr the tund that the bite of a certain br J5 vluahloantidote to rheum tisru Mcfi the natives suffer Uniti5tatesi I d wnunledperiod only 24 persons were killed wland 65 Wounded by boiler explosions + Rlfctbrl says that the married 11 joT liepeelfrand Jeer late husband t iMafqnl Del Grillo was a living contradiction of the saying that no m laKe1n the profession Is happy un bothhusban1and wife belong to 0 stage Pogtma t8r Ti L Carter of Oran Court HousJ Va was one of Mosbys men who was reported to have be ciSLvtl monument at that place in honor 0- 1tltthe dead confederate Many Japanese women aro and going the slight surgical operation ne cessary to straighten the slant of t V eyelid which distinguishes them sot unmistakably from Caucasian women A leading authority on wino pros faction ii the United dates estimates Jthe totaloutput in 1901 to have been jJ WWOOO gallons of which I36UO000- Vi Uo Were the product of Callfornt- nrlioes JiSMifft 3 Jewett of SL Lo- ufM1I J J years old is still prac jfolu 1I1l1d spends six hours at yery day Mr Jewett wit tjljsgIguration of Andrew ci 29 2 0r t PEACE PROBABLE rmistice Arranged Pending 4 a1JjBnrgers Mission tn Gen DeWet yi + SUSPEND OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS 1 iX I Gens Delary Ih11tt and Botlia Have Agreed to Observe Armistice Hon oiably InriugSeAgtia3ous ir I It Is Believed the Envoys After Ac qualntlng Botha With the RfeuU of Their Mission Will AgaTrT5 Confer With Kitchener L Londo rMarch 23The lhrontall Tuesday morniaqt nsseItOIY that air armistice has been arrwiicd pending the duration of ter S JlSgars mission tv G nD 4Yet baud that offensive operation against jDeWet Delare5 and Bothw wilblte sos ended The three generals havolagreed to observe thC armistice hbnqfabjyj juntll the return of the envoys to thc Doe rf linos fefat iS is believed continues iMrDftRy Jronlcle that the envoys r- qtfeting Botha with tM i s thehmlsslol will again conf ri1t i Lord Kltchoner although no nnge ment for the second centers ce has actually been made PRESIDENTELECT PALM 6 Called on President Roosevelt aUthe White House T Washington March 25Wt trade Palma presidentelect oi Onjtja met President1 Roosevelt In ht feglt capacity for the first time Mmty night wlh9n the former was theeJ t of honor at an Informal dinner ht the white house The affair was intended as a mark of courtesy to President elect Palma who expressed his appreciation of the honor shown him Mr Palma and his companions wilt remain hero for somo days their stay depending entirely on the wishes of the president who will consult thr Cube presidentelect further before he leaves for his new duties Mr Palma will go from here to Now York and thenco about the middle of April to Cuba proceeding first to Santiago pro vince wirers there are relatives and friends whom he desires to visit before the inauguration MKINLEYS ASSASSINATION Jacob Steinman Says He Tied Hand kerchief Over Czolgoszs Hand Milwaukee Wig March 6A epb cial from Baraboo Wis says Jacob Steinman who was taken to Waupan Saturday for burglary confessed to Sheriff Stackhouse that he was an an archist and was present at the lodge selectnell to assassinate President McKInley and that he was the person who tied the handkerchief over the hand of Czolgosz just before the shooting He further said a trell known woman was one of tho principal Instigators of th crime GEN E S OTIS RETIRES There Is Now a Vacancy in the List of Major Generals Washington March 26A vacanov1 In the 11st of major generals pcojrojgd Tuesday by the retirement bf 57 Gen E S Otis commanding thi Je partment of the lakes The selfdto vacancy will occur Jnly 21 next by tjs statutoryretirement of Maj Gen John It Brooke commanding the depart merit ot the east Gon Jame IHOMtt Wade stands at the heau of the list of brigadier generals and may bo pro motel to one of the prospective va cantles S3UBAN POSTAL FRAUDS NIY Reeves and Rathbonc o Fined and Imprisoned 1 nHavana March 25The trialsifore the Audencia court ofjthe base arising from the emoezzte ant of C ban postal funds have re 5UeJlH th JtjCmerit and to pay a fine or 5fi 7t tH Reeves ten years limprlsoi ate fesgRathbonefoto pay a fine of 35324 heDry Dock For the Philippines AdarEndicott chief of the bureau of yards and docks will ask congress for an appropriation of 1000000 for the cqn tgh Philippines enSupervisor pf Indian Schools Washington March 25A J Stand ing of Carlisle Pa formerly tendent of the Industrial Indian schooll thouern dian hilc has been appointed a suo schoolshek C Ia2 to Exhibitorse a- revEonsr ioVu0 City March 26The daps Atrof encouragement has issued ref e as to exhibitors in the St Lou Worlds fair and to various state gOY greacare preparing state exhibits Cardinal Glacomc Missfa Dead RomCj March 25 Cardinal Giacomo Mfsla archbishop of Goerz Austria Is dead He was hers In 1838 and created ctiilnal in 1899 7 4n OLEOMARGARINE BILL The Senate Monday Began Consideration of the Measure Washington March 25Senate Consideration was begun by the sen popularlyknownn moasuro places a tax oflO cents a 1mItatlonl pros ant tax of two cents per poundlon oleomargarine to onequarter of one cast a pound in its uncolOred form i A tow jpassedbefore kean up ljectedfi1ii into the discussion of the Mo s Rhea TIJlrddistrictcupied the atteritionof the house Monday but Mr BhttC fd oclineaVto be drawn into an extended debaWon an issue not directly lnvolredin case Ho contented himself with payfcg his respects to MrjBbrcrng 1otewill be takenjiUout 2 oclock Jfbsday i NSU pGKoNTf s6 R R ENORr4o tySeXeitrRines ReIfJ1 i 11ianha Dl r Ii IdA r nant of the frt je MijfrlJiguna Luzon jjnder the Insurgenti leader Caballos has sur rendered to Llput Col D ngflrty of the 7th infantry Forty vDven rifles byIsurrenders tosaordered tInsurgents remaining in Laguna ease their hostlntte3eGen Maxllora and his brotlfewfwho wfre arrested od the island of 5eu for insiderablemade a desperate attempt to escape while lbcing conveyed in a launch to the port of Cebu They sevAejy stabbed the master of the launcu But were overpowered and Gen Vaxiioms brother aa was killed The gpnejJU wasW i bhiClJ1 c01st ia ndrl FIRE IN WAUKEGAN TJ e Phcenlx Operae Block Near lb ly Destr1itJI j ioago Jit p re origlnat ins 11uoI Ch 1 ebstee ufer Iso uctrtr r using to clean garments nearly d Dyed the Phoenix OperapOuse blo n Waukegan Monday nife t CuUffilfson was severely burned but escaped IroD the building rnrryln with trim Davtl1 Horlfing n lad who was with him when thf gaso mlberofwere entirely blocked by flames an IIIts before the alarm became gen theaIV Match company which was to have given a performance The entire equipment of th6 company including lllICRUDE RUBBER CO ITHE s ehree Banks AsK That It Be 4AnJtf INew York Mardi 25A petition was filed Monday afternoon by the lJ 3tLoulsBrs r t tawa IH and the National bank of He CrudeIhry bankrupt EaqKoJ Ute three banks which figured In the petition have clams on the rubber sampan for 5UftA Th petition asserts that 113000onnacts of bankruptcy The Qomnany I Is now the petition states ban of two receivers inI4 FASTEST RUN ON RECORDI A Train en the Wabash Made 71 Mild in 61 MInutes 1VbaSJ a ssi i ea1 Charttn Glistavspa1 onMplin to East Decatur71vroneS In tonan hour once at Bent at hidothe running as at the rate of 8Q wiles per hour The best run heretofore for the same distance was 64 minutes Permanent Injunction Issued Denver Col March 25Judge Pal meT in the district court Monday Is esued permanent InjuncLon restrai- ing the Denver Retail Cerks unit from enforcing a boycott rgalnst a re taU merchant in this city by station axnIn in d attempting by this means to turn away ltrade Wireless Telegraphy In Alaska Washington March 25Gen Gree l has Invited bids for supplying a sys betwerten sdtNortIson Bidders must prove the ca mlatle Atlantic coast Will Deliver a Memorial Address Washington March 25preside n Roosevelt has accepted the Invitation 16 deliver the memorial addrsi at t fllLYSO5f r 1 MINERSADJOURNIThe al Strike Declaration Leav ing the Date Openw APPEAL TO tHE CIVIC FEDERATION If That Organization Fails to Arbi irate a Repetition of the 1900 Struggle May Occur IIn That Year 140000 Employes of the Pennsylvania Anthracite Mines Were Out on Strike For Six Weeks New York March 25Ralph M Easley secretary of the National Civic Federation Monday made public the following telegram Hon 11 A Hanna chairman of the Industriali department National Civic Federation New York Anthracite miners have failed to effect a settle ment of wage scale and have declared for a suspension of work to take ef feet date to be d leistrictI peal to Industrial department of Civl Federation for Its intervention to avert the threatened industrial con filet Signed John Mitchell Presi dent United Mine Workers of Amer lica Shamokin Pa March SUnlessthe efforts of the Civic Federation are- ffective with the coal operators it Is moro than likely that a repetition of the struggle of 1900 will occur in the anthracite region In that year liOOOO employes of the anthracite mines were on strike for six wjpks The conven tion Monday of districts Nos i 7 and 9 United Mine Workers of America which districts comprise the entire anthracite field made a provisional strike declaration leaving the date to e decided by the executive boards of the three districts This wu II met I tally the last official act of the delegate and the conventira adjourned sine die at 4 oclock Monday afternoon The adoption of the resolution con taining the ultimatum of the mine ofw1Illrang with acclamations of the dole gates who with lusty cfteers approved the work of the special revolution com mittee and expressed their confidence in President Mitchell The convention from the first ses slow showed a disposition to Insist on an adjustment of the mlno workers willrling to rolinnuiah UienuattlpnofLroaQgv nltlon providing other more Important tactdin the resolution adopt ed Monday which states as the chief demands a shorter work flay a mini mUm day wage scale a unorm increase in wages and the weighing of coal wherever practicable The Civic Federation is regarded by 1t Ie delegates as the last hope of th- no e workers in their demands for roved conditions I Notice was given out Monday night Jb y Mr Easley that the conciliation icommitttee of the Nationall Civic Fed oration would hold a special session Wednesday morniog of this week at federation headquarters here to con elder the threatened miners strike Senator Hanna has telegraphed from Washington that ho will attend and others who are expected at the meet Ing are Bishop Potter Oscar Straus Charles A Moore Frank P Sargent James Duncan John Mitchell and Franklin McVeagh n WEST VIRGINIA MINERS A General Strike Is Not Unlikely dsy5- V Clarksburg W Va March 25fl- well informed minor stated Monday that 9000 of the 11000 miners in this Unite ed Mine Workers union and that demand will be mad upon the opera tors for recognition ofthe union and the adjustment of other differences operatehrT will comply and a general strike 1Is looked for filthant took place between union men who unioGlt wer1ac synd pathizer was seriously injured Sev eral others wore Injured and several arrests wore made A general strike is not unlikely within a few days Want Pry Increased Reading Pa March 25Tho em ployes of the Reading Iron C3 pre sented a petition to the company for paddlersnproporpdonate advance in the pay of the other employes The increase eased for would affect 2000 hands A Settlement Effected Pana Ill March 25The striking miners 180 in number in the Spring forYtwo weeks effected a settlement with the operators the operators conced theykashould run the track to the face of the coai Paper Makers May Strike Niles Mich March 25At a meet Ing of the local paper makers union dotmands for shorter hours wore not ac replyhehas yet been received from the offi daIs of tbe company filat Lila DUpemalM IUxellIThe pofcejwtice had formerly been t andhadupbeforejusticelooked I temly Welt what are 3Liere1 fors If yer pleariJfiBftonar said 3Iary jI the bl rpniled me in as drum An dont drink your honor 1 dont drink i AH I right raid the justice his former bartender habit getting the beet of himIJla1J right have a cigar Beverages GIGAAT1C ADVUUT1SIXC Grand Trunk ArrunKi Plan for Plc I ture Exhibit I systemcarried II i sportsmen into one district of Canadas summer play I starttngouti j vertising to still further increase the influx of pleasure aeekers overthisThe company has now decided to give the populace of some of the larger cities in the Kentuckyand the series of photographic views it had on exhibition at the PanAmerican exposition picturesininches by 4 feet 2 inches in addition to one hthatf specimens of black lists from the Highlands theStnative waters and other specimens of rare i value A representative of the Grand Trunk i galryI i tOpiesofrtglOnstoexhibit will open at Saginaw Mich March uapidstheneeother6tatMdaysbeingAc iurc l Skill Methodically the angry wife hurled the expand saucer at her husband Seizing th5 meat platter she hatted tie salt cellar and withluUejforksSeeking I the bruited I husband mused to himself I knew that woman harbored ulterior timetollaltimoreAmerican The tljteils or n Ilnllronil oftOOOunder the vatiuu na senger freight and roUil1ltckl cdaedtacit gear and they ore very care tally in ccte Jas thy are bought WitIIIs S guarantee According to tretrpnlatirn each isi wjrrantrd to lat six ears or crrrset eut tie thttandtlrire All the wheels ktoptWhnreturned to the manufacturer who is cum pelUrtl to snake the lore good Only 3ciit Him to lunfialAt the captains of industry luncheon ij to Prince Henry one of the hosts asked the i conventional question Howjlo you like l sailorlikhavingtheover there you know They only use me te send to fueralN1 Sun 4EnrllclltWill ynu be short of hay If so plant a plenty of this prodigally prolific miLct 6 TO 3 TONS or mm HAT rril UHF freightsJultnlogical justheaty youWoman cant hit weJudg Axle ToDny for AllenH KAntKnue I t cures swollen aohiug Urcd foot At all Druggists and Shoe stores 25a Sample sent FHSB Ads Allen H Olmstod Le Roy N Y The Wny of n 3nn Mrs Crawford Hat your husband made say preparations for Lent Mrs Crabslkiw Yes He got a ease of boneless codfish for me and a dispensation for himself Judge To Cure n Cold In One any AUdrulglsIs your husband i good providers asked the sympathetic visitor Indeed he is malts lie got me three now places to wash last weekX Y Sun lilts Permanently Cured No fits after NerveItaStorarKline Ltd 051 Arch St Philadelphia Pa madecleariWhat is the use in employing some one useaPUTNAM FADELESS DYES you can do It just as well as a professional bisCrilndlapolis Ncu- sy PJSOS Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for toughs and toldN W Samuel Ocean Grove X J Feb 17 1900 Sneers are the weapons of a helpless fool Cnicago Dolt Xew I I j No paincurs of any kind has erersucceeded + In competing lthSTJACOBS OIL Its virtues hire been proclaimed bywJUfons d restored sufferers who have been cured of RHEUMA TlSM NEURALGIA JSCtATtCA alf many ether aseasss by Its uad It has beertermed palnFromltsusedaspalrclvestraytoicy quickly and surely It Is simply marvelous 25c and fie sizes M ITS OIlAY PENETVJiNO OWLRdAREACHES TUE CAUSE OF ESTABUSHED FIFTY YEARS AA- s i CONQUERS iI PAIN t i III 1 I ABSOLUTE e l SECURITY Cenulne R r II Carterst LiverrPills Mint scar Signature of 40 FacSlalle Wrapper Below Very wall and am easy to take M tragax FOR HEADACHE CARJERS FflR DIZZINESS I I1TLEFOR IIUOUSHESS II FOR TORPID LIVER IIFOR CONSTIPATION SFOft SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION i nee SIPeretTVegctsDlaI wA1v I- 2s +a+rL CURE 3ICK HEADACHE THE BEST CLOTHIHCIIN I EARS THIS TRADE WSS aWQa- aF- tfASC ISH BR 1tV LtArJtearftiCM TARE N SUBSTITUT3 ON SALE fVfRYWlfUe CLTALCCt1LS1C L OWINQfULL UNEOT4 r u n1YAJTOWR JUT llIOTr st ownlndlordpiucei blibankacooant yearladspleudtlowtaenoncle and Kraln low rail possible comfort Tbl n III he conditionYY of e1err tbe JlanttohanodAlberta Thousands of Ametans are now settledthere Kejluced rates on alrnilwais for tome rupInformatIonDtKVtaperlntlndlnLtoJudKIll TOLNO 5144that East Colutu lildtindisnAJi rSALZERS LIGHTNINt CABBAGE worldandenetandIsloLsolmoney earliestpeasredlshesCUtgbersanti like toJ For l0oaathL1NoNet lthe John A SzeSeed CeIlr J e4rlyourand 150 Winds of flower and Vehlai J + + Mafkstgardcaers log2o i7 rs lJ DROPSreae5 Itoofcof teitlmonjtlii and 1M rot J lFrey Dr II II tRrxVS SOIia A For Infants sad Children B aTSXM The L4SiOftrOfT6eKiai YtrMartT- Mc Always CCNTAU aorratlr TY Wieser etxenawr tutcm ii- LST141I N C nLEADER and REPEATER SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLare used by the best shots In the country because they aresoKCuniform and reliable All the worlds championsbipc pdreconkh Ye heart c won and made by Winchester shells Shoot thera dtyowll shoot USED BY THE BEST SHOTS SOLDEVERYWHEIrc Ilj 1 f IcI r i- S t p 11 r IP DOCTORS FAIL k TWomutnfs Ills L3tdia E Inns Vegetable Com d Succeeds Mrs Pauline udson Writes t h DEAR MRS PISKHAM Soon after my marriage two years ago I found r 1 myself in constant pain The doctor thiscausedflammation He prescribed for me for JUDSONf Club Brooklyn New York l four months when my husbandbecame rImpatient because I grew worse instead of better and in speaking to the drug EPInkhamsand Sanative Wash How I wish Irr had taken that at first it would have tookthree butitbothmostCompound andhealth47 Hoyt Street Brooklyn N Y genuineItstatement time and much sickness if they PinkhamsVegetable and also write to Mrs Plnkliamnt Lynn Mass for special advice ItIs free and always helps i r N lIeardleaa Basle kkgWellOrlnaIe9baabterJbero That pals 20th Century Oat produlDCom uSalerat rlodkidbUThatThreo Eared Corn yesUemetyeat pneetera 8 lxers Jiproduce turjwbtrc Wheat11S b tu10 b4 Ua WtsoLETS tbeLbUtedllnrca ronlWhtatwbIchJlelded acr711atitzOreateo food en urlbar irala ani 4 C ruacreRaperaakn 0 Lot sheep sad caul at a estrbtleam llaiTl uly prolific does well 7 hat pass TtrjBromus Inermle- lj t nllof1 C ta i or tbs reatery PndoceittoDa of hay sad Uti sad Iou r pUlara beside a pet acra Ono wbreer toll ttS2 halsers grad twanaaud That pays 1OOO for toeWe wtb j a Is trr our f Teat rum sl heap kffcr U lend 10 farm aetd ampkeoatallaTbaeaadneaddale ItaltaaptUete fllr werth 1w10 Uf laitirll ctbrr wllli irtlltiUloc for 100 poilaft SHELLSBerttatpnt I t- OLD SORES CURED Alln UlcrlneS lTecar Canute there Bca CItrn rarltlEFarrtmlessUdlgOPIUMWHISKYadI other drus t want tbo LrlaI month taado worklne for us Write forSIOOper Uarnes itocen llennon la f Unit Cnlned Greeting T toRbakXewYorkaccostedbyhim with the words Lord Bacon PresumeLives of thenp Lustrious A f 500 TO CALIFORNIA cY rgrydnf Dnrlug March and Aplrl i 0 t Pljenonienally Law Rates to the S x e Imclflc Const antI Interme l re Ute Points LMeronxts4tripe excursion too the sulnmerspecial Coast at less than a One Ceti er Mik going one way returning 9noth Aa exceptiAnal opportunity to 1 WestlorNatwith interests at various points will 1 toHPOlSosendtailsaddingny our friends and you will receive in interestcat anasiyou are ikj this ortter itiflpostalas tatesopenfoMarchltpo today Rather Pipe Story i 5ftiwK r Wheres the living Ita his turn to o on whilenhandsid down the waste pipe Chicago irB t f1et- tiMW St Paul or Minneapolis for lthe1tlilwaukee aadsrChicagostr Tutlhfr iBformMwB apply to the taddrc99FoJIjUOlgot i Waes3D adfi fiBK a HUB as IIMfJtII- a r i e- ti kjMb Ll t ijIoolltJ et oy I i I 1 a P arl8ray tInt lla the tender East 11 Like to a nun newblcjcd at prayIl ers the Dawn came torch tram cloister of the night the velvet buds trembled ecstatically and the birds in the branches Of the greening trees twittered minor Roles of sweet expectancy the paling stars withdrew from stream and lake their myriad reflections but in the bosom of the waters grow a steadier light born of the constant skies then uddenly upon the tremulous air broke Inc mellow chime of bells run soft and deep the measured tones proclaimed the tidings of great joy T am the resurrection and the life they seemed to say straight way the Dawn put en a roseate hue and cal the chirping birds burst forth In rapt urous song then down the dim aisle of a church 1fragrant with fair flowers came one to kneel1 before the altar chanting thus iieart sick cf do ibt and hucvfocud T Creep kicK to thee 0 tRulir ef the days 71f lonely rclce beneath the tar stretched sky I W1vsIAnd a voice from the altar answered him t gOo1lIWho tees not with tot cyst but wilt the teal Q then came another delicate and frail the rustle of fine silken skirts followed her but in her eyes great Want had made a home Jlnd thus she prayed Chi rich deep color ef lilt rose that tlaibcd nt ardent part of ycttertanmers SUN neaih careless ltd to foralet t dart is eratbed See ca ny brow Its tberns bays lett cur scars And the voice from the altar answered hert Till things through rain retirn at last to ffir Oa every brow tbe sweat el bleed east te Another came tall high browed stooped and pale with pouring over books in search of truth lie kneeling cried aloud Our year 339 tbe Illy srrinfllna sp Pushed back the cruel Winter In tby namf Where new the fragrance of Its blesud cup r Where now tbe beauty c Its taned dame r- Out of the depths the voice replied 51111 cue by one the stoats are rolled away the lilies fade tbe lily It for aye 1t And then came one upon whose hand some face a cloud of sorrow rested heav ily Upon the rail he bowed his proved young head to murmuraOne year ago she knelt beside lilt hereto kiss the boor nit marmarLove Is Hill today my seal goes crvla tar and near there is ao answer to tit IIIiJ call then a great voice filled the church and all kneeling there were struck with awe at sound of it Tt said this be my answer to all prayers all doubts alltoo tooftarsthe ceiwt bads are ca the branches tips think boa ber kisses died apes her lips f 1 come T go take all terms for my own T Love tlt1U1 Coat and snake no moan then the church was stillrtd the world was still save for the soft inquir topJlndhotychnrch the sun came up the East flooding the earth with glory and mak ing all His own Charles Eugene Banks 1 I I DRUNKEN SPREE IN MADRID Wealthy Oregonian Coen on n Teat Bat Spnulnh Anthorltlen Heal Leniently with hits tnited States Vice Consul Deflj JR thestatqiepartment orblaranctdenceofl thelnitheton olllgs a man from Ore intoxicated thetretfistJialf a dozen Spanishcrlfermen gedarmes togtfcot FfaJ sIngle Ctfquitting Spain attonce The AIIt sl1JtcaIetoJf1aD be cause according to Miv WJV ac1LA V U I pQibIfinvItq didavie 4eCameso Uw y intoxtl ea fyte knew nothing pf W I ht Ker liertaad l Jn subd VieatdilHSilty by the Madrftf- Ii c cits la lard up na4 t kgaup atr fat ttA3eRt itt e Spti 3 judgi j + Fx1n he ex ineil the maRr the tlte judgesc 1j y r release tot pristtn e If 1 woolpafi in was i LJorefrER0YI OP AIKerao t rtnris a ittaeal rrratej 1 x 11 a Sl1rlrittqc sed at Was BonanntniJJi1Lgrnni1fon of Gen OJalj rou d folln the nmpto 1in and rbDt a l enterathclosveli d palrfineutofI 1frcctrio tltvurks hat heImoy eeatat isrR n ttgcIttrcredited withani niire serious thniijfh in tshItn1s r- uusd a irriat t tillau I NiitPtI itt Lilt ht5 t It is SnitI MI uta TTtrsaf i 0 t ytrllrtlT JlIllItalic i is IIt a I fr tn ttfa it l- tI it t tr 1uI j l 1 rYrynPrtjh Dn x MaDr ti tit Irei Ilsiivi n Ilitc f tfilCIIMr 11 t It 1t ti the furoflr rdrf t i ter I I1d hns spent ultlell fall af JtOY in the tact few y arc PlIAlj JUT Mr Nettle Cr ti alldIi erand- mutherbar tf ujtleifuurc tCL in life sir t 1MIIt cogs t4 fen by him th141 XSaES OF BEHEADED ROYALTY nrpoolltM In SI Peter linrcli IOB dun iiuil Talilft Krvolril In 1letnoriisni- 1n intercatutg ePrrmony hra taken IIIII in flies vanll of St IVterK church ii IhrI Tutee rof London cables the London rurpl sp H ltiit of Ithe Xew V rk The eer uijiiy was the Trail tablet rtcordinjf that cabin I tits of the vault arrc Ifpiisitiil two chests containing the i iiiiains of tnnny distinguiKhccl per sons who lend heels beln lcd on IVwv r Hill and whIch fur a time wirOnn lerrcfl bcntatli tin flour of the han itl Jind nave Jibe removal of tljue rtniuiiis which iiiiluilid the clones ol lLatJj fault Gray her husband Lord juilfxinl Dudley the duko of Tor1 lumbrrland nut Ithe duke of Suffolk 111 executed during the reign Of Queen Maryvas carried out abuut 40 years ago MARKET REPORT i Cincinnati March 22 CATTLE Common 3 10 4 15 Choice steers 6 10 6 50 CAbVES Extra Z 6 50 6 75- HOGSGtt rackers G 70 G 75 Mixed paokers 6 45 6 65 SHEEP Extra 5 25 5 60 LAMBS Extra 5fi 6 85 FLOURSpring pat 3 85 4 10 WHEATNo 2 81Y1 CORNNo2 63 OATSNo2 redI 47 RYENo 2 63 HAYCh timothy l3 50 PORKFamily re 16 75 LAUDSteam J 25 BUTTER Ch dalryr fcjW IS Choice creamery f i 8 29 pOPOTA1l0ESSweet potatoes 3 00 dp 3 r TOBACCONew 3 95 11 25 OldJ00 r U 21 75 d Chicago FLOURWtn patent 3 SO 4 00 WHEATNo 2 red 78IA 7- No3 spring70t 71 CORN No 2 mixed i 64 OATSNo 2mixed 42y 43 RYENo2 67 5 PORK =Mess 15 50 15 GO LARDSteam 9 35 9 371E New York FLOURWin patent 3 90 4 25 WHEAT 2 o 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 66 OATSNo 2 mixed 4n RYEWestern 63 PORK Family 16 50 l7 00 LARD Steam 9 75 S 9 80 Baltimore 79aaSouthernCORNNo2 mixed 63 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed 482 8 49 CATTLEButchers 515 5 90 HOGSWestern 6 85 7 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 85 674OATSNo48YPORKMessLARDSteam 9 37u Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 81 CORN No 2 mixed 62 OATSNo 2 mixed 45 tailr- iIII 1 1 Ro1VENO5i Poruiia eIIentSpriotViflr I Remedy m as Well as EWIZ k i w r t rSr LION MAX A GROSVEXOKOF TIlE FAMOUS 01110 FAMILi ylHon Dan A Grosvenorpeputy Auditor for the War Department in a lettertwritten from Washington D C says Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the beneiit derived from one bottle of Peruna One week has brought wonderful changes and I am now as well as ever Besides being one of the very best i spring tonics it is an excellent catarrh remedy DAN A GROSVENOR- In a recent letter he says l consider Paruna really more meritorious than I did when I wrote you last I receive numerous letters from acquaintances fill over the country asking me if my certificate is genuine I invari ably answer yes Dan A Grosvenor A Con ressua U3 ratUv Hon IL W Ojriit n GonRTCssina from Louisiana in a letter written at Wash ington D C says the following of Pe runa the national catarrh remedy I can conscientiously recommend your Peruna as a fine tonic and all around good medicine to those who are In need of a catarrh remedy It as been commended to me by people particularly tarrh For those who need a good catarrh medicine I know of nothing SetterH W Ogden Treat Catarrh In Spring The spring is the time to treat catarrh Cold wet winter weather often retards a cure of catarrh If a course of Peruna L J of of rrs n n r+ 4 1 are t1Sd toJTbe Durable Coatingand 4b t in and homes i Alabastinc Department p Grand Rapids o t 1 1 1 1oM 1o eret 1 I II I 1 11 t 1 1 1 1 tfl DOIlGlSHOES 3 S i UNION MADE I 1 ejjajf in tatlt ttloati li4eatUe toe raw JMHJS81S2f JjtIm GB b acre j it Pairst=l566720 YearsTHEl- eani3ooands35OtbOCSshoo ufacturers In the world W L Douglas 8300 and 53Z0 shoes placed aide by side with S5ro and gGAO shoes of other mates aro found to bo Just M good They Trill outwear two or Ij390 and350 shoes rrII tlsds of ths bist leathers Including cnaIXWrted1aet 7vOUt Edge III cannot bo eQuallsd at any pric- eSboebymallZaeexireatalo free sV l nutna Uro t i Ont reason T7bT boy ittlegameisJIpe 0 Try tI4l49 ri ItD t will 9doGUN POWDER j I twLs I HtJIE ALL USE IAitS Rent coagb Tastes Good Dse- Ia time Sold br dregzits It t is taken uuriiig Uia crly sprfng mouth andprrmancntThereJ i taken intelligently during the favor springAs remedy Peruna cnwlicatcs catarrh tom the system it may be located It cures catarrh the stomach or bowels withithe same certainty as catarrh tha head you dp not deriye prqujptand satist tIf results from tlta use of PeruhaB giyinguIAddress Dr Hartman President of The Sanitarium Columbna Ohfo tL1L LtfLL LLILL+ tAt Iso Only Wall diseases dissem tVrite40 getting beautiful healthful Address Co Mich t iottuttH I vufim 901z pairs of ULh jI Snap wherever Hartman Homeseekerstr e Excursions California 41iAND I l t t2GreatJ s 33 ft mChi agOi 30 from St Lo s 25 from a as it rJt duiiyraAprilCalifornia to Prescott14KXiix 1 other Arizona points i c One Fare p1us42 Round T March 4 and 13 April 1 an4 15 May 6 apd 20 From Chicago St Louis and Kansas City tooK hsas Oklalionis Texas Colorado New tltetit 4JCorrespoudiugyour home agent Through sleepers sad Thai care to California over the Santa Fe the comfort Lilai5Thesepersonally inspect the tnajyr advantages ffer homeseekers and investors in the great Ebiy west and California Particular attention valleColoradoMexico Salt River Values of Arizona aad 9 Joaquin Valley of California Geaeral PalseeHq Mice The As p116E Topeka ssla rat1 Srltti n rtL- tlG16fl a r= W Ali KE 19IQ rJIKX WRITING Y a g1C- Bpleaetatettat3 w M A av rtl+ tirat la tdla yap rt AYt I 4y 4 fw r j ik a i ADVERSITYand I in Trouble va n LesaoB from a 1reee liar to the Farmer 1F oat End of Ml fertuuc rt- zt NTIr4 occis familiar to the farm f jtitaws lessons of con Bcouragetnent for peo 4b v alid adversity The text li 27 28 For the fetches ire ri- trtiuuent fed with a thrashing in herk a cart wheel the cummin but tcli a- etd1 fcLout with a staff rod Bread becatlrkjhe vc1 l not tEurt s JU ds come 0 Nkk lit itu tl mte9 Q l1t of Inot t er Ifex1 tht r rje Jj n ljJ1e i nree kt5ds o11M m Si1Es ctttumllLtait 1a coin lltllOW But It ma etljj jjtateUiat the fetches and tl CPvBUrarnin tvcre small seeds like the ca r mvay or the chickpea When the grains or herbs were to bethrashe they were thrQwn on the floor and tl workmen would come Around wit Slliff or rod or flail and beat them ui til the Jfided woufd be separated b wlidri ltio corn was to be thrashed thi was thrown on the floor and the m would fasten horses or oxen toa cai with iron dented wheels that cai wouldl be dra vn around the thrashin floorand so the work would be ac tomplishcd Different kinds of thrasl v ink for different products Th iitches are not thrashed with a thrasl WJ1Ctufiitches are beaten out with a staff an thee cummin with a rod Bread corn 1 bruised because he will not ever b thrashing itThe great thought that the tex presses upon our souls is that we al gq through some kind of thrashinj process The fact that you may be de votingyour life to honorable and noblpurposes will not win you any escape emaneipatorDoctor Cantwell Thomas Babbing Ion Macaulay the advocate of all that was good long before he became the most conspicuous historian of his day quarterly lay Norman SfcLeod the great friend of the Scotch poor was industriously maligned in all quarters although on the day when he was carried put to liis burial a workman stood anulookcd nt the funeral procession and said If he had done nothing for anybody more than he has done for me he would shine as the stars forever and ever All the small wits of London had their fling at John Wesley the father of Methodism If such men could not escape the maligning of the world neither can you expect to get rid of the sharp keen stroke of the tribulum All who will live godlyI in persecutionBesides and the bankruptcies and the irrita tions and the disappointments which yourliphieroglyphics which if deciphered would make out a thrilling story of trouble The footstep of the rabbit Is seen the next morning on the snow and on the white hairs of the aged are the footprints showingwhere wift trouble alighted plnceteaehesto us if we escape great trial The itches and the cummin on one thrashing floor might look over to the corn on another thrashing floor and say Look at that poor mis onlybeenbeen almost destroyed Well the corn if it had lips would answer tnnd sayDo you know the reason you have not been as much pounded as I have It is because you are not of muglt worth alit youowerertiYet there are men who sup favoriteisle4 aulheirr bank nccount is flush end 5tfi e t o funer uls in flme house lij may because they are fitches and cummin while down at the end f of the lane the poor widow may beth Lords corn You aieUiit tattler untied because youaubut littley Kfcth and she bruised and ground ik iecausoxshe is the bet part of the if Jiarvexu The heft oT the thrashing oftheb thereofbeeii much shaken of trouble J i be goingae plenty of blacKberrics the gath a rs go out with large baskets but jprjjjsn the drought has almost con blued the fruit then a quart meas Lure will do as well It took the venomous snake on Pauls hand and the pounding of him with stones un nR he wits taken up for dead and the raining against him of prison gates id the Ephesiap vociferation and painfulMocksAlexandrian corns ghip and the be lieading stl kgiofjthe Koman sheriff IJpStieRAloflatjdhiad Rachel Russell und iFrederick Oliefjjwere worse than etth reGRli they hind to suffer It WAf litet111e they were better and Gl wanted otMake them best By t n 47 t I 1y tiQtiYLL P the cartiuIness of the thrashing you I I may avays conclude the value of j the 1t text teaches up that God W I pro ortio ur tri jo what we can lmst ifffor tmT fitches the rod I fir iiri the iron wheel fpr tbej r o imes people in lgr trti Oh Tcant bear it t you did r it God would not h J sent it uQ w yon If Ife had known fhtyou could not beard You trernbTfif t and you svjoned bj kyou got thlblm h God Willaof take trznyour ejes one tear too inanj uorjjhiyour lungs one sigh toodecpnorfrrt uirhmplesoHet- hrob too sharp The perplexities of your earthly busfi ha9Lmtilthem one tangle too intricate pToitsomer times feel as if our world vcre3uligrf bludgeons flying haphazard Qh no they are thrashing instrniiiee+ fCatGod just suits to your caSc Thc is not a dollar of bad debts on yourlftffer ora disc tment about gools t you ee npltut lief i gone Uuw passed e ffoirWist ness party the Speako3n the r Uhose who0iimcrrb wa IjfE ItcnY1 tf be olio grurd3s1wwt at snel n u w ilurlyvisions cannever baraged Jvc yortifiod copy cayUhe corn bras thrashedbe ft tieer ion ofwiunowingn ills auucT erStJ r dI i ellouor say i Iem troubles I would r bntvcouidnot e trouble4er ut sojpthing that wouh itand unlejit hurrit 1 fiveelessne55S you are fondif t You say 11lmyoesGudciTj i to that otHr houipfioldldwlmeret- a unwelconie nndfIi U- e P 181themt e t you Fattiffy other trial 1 iclOur trial perh1s may bt n h- ctlunteq a face that is Icoud J S dure anytlunjif only I was good Ux viCi lent temper and you have to drive i t like six unbroken horses amid the gun- powderI explosions of a great holiday and ever and anon it runs nwaywitlrg you Your trial is the asthma You say Jf it were rheumatism or neu e ralgia or erysipelas but it is this asth ma anti it is such an exhausting thing to breathe Your trouble is a bus band sharp snappy anders about the house and raising a small riot be- causet a button is off How could you know the button is off Your trial is a wife ever in contest with the servants and she is sloven Though she was very careful about her appearance in your presence one now she is careless because she says her fortune is made Your trial is a hard school lesson you cannot learn and you have bHtc fYI tir finger nails until they are a sight to be hold Again my subject teaches that God keeps trials on us until we let go The former shouts Whoa to his horses as soon as the grain is dropped from the stalk The farmer comes with his fork and tosses up the straw and he sees the straw has let go the grain and the grain is thoroughly thrashed So God Smiting rod nod turningwheel both cease as soon as we let go We hold on to this world with its pleasures and riches and emoluments and our knuckles are so firmly set that it seems as if we could hold on forever God comes alongwith some thrashing trouble and beats us loose We start ed under the delusion that this was a great world We learned out of our ge ography that it was so many thousand miles in diameter and so many miles in circumference and we said Ohm what a world Trouble came in after life and ihis trouble sliced off one part of the world and it has got to bc a smaller world and in somv estimations a very insignificant world and it is de preciating all the timeas a spiritual property Ten percent off 50 per rout off and there are those who would not give ten cunts for this world the entire worldas a soul possession Another thing miry text teaches us is that Christian sorrow is going to have a sure terminus My text says Bread corn is bruised because h evill not eutrbe thrashing it Blessed be ilJ1Turnsoon be done He will not ever be thrashing it Now the Christian has almost as much use in the organ for the stop tremulant as he has for the trumpet but after awhile tfe will put the last dirge into the portolio for ever So much of us as is wheatwJll be separated from so much as Is chaff and there will be no more needliof pounding They never cry inlleaven because they have nothing to cr3 about There are no tears of bereave ment for you shall have your friends all round about you There are no tears of poverty because each one sits at the Kings table and has his own chariot of salvation and free access to the wardrobe where princes get their array No tears of sickness for there are no pneumonias in the air and no malarial exhalations from the rolling river of life and no crutch for the lame limb and no splint for the broken arm but the pulses throbbing with the health of the eternal God in a climate like our June before the blossoms fall or our gorgeous October before the leaves scatter In the souls will talk over time d16tc1jid J of thrashing Oh the staff that struck the fitchariuidthe rod that beat the cum min ui the iron wheel that went over the corny Daniel will describe the lions and Jonah leviathan and Paul the elmwood whips with which ne was scourged and Eve will tell hon aro matic Eden was the daj she left it and John Rogers will tell of the smart fieryteam steeps and Christ of the numbness and the paroxysms and hemorrhages of the awful cricifixion There they are before the throne of hadon one ele ration all those who were struck of the rod on the highest elevation and ari I the highest altitudes of Heaven Jtliose who were under the wheel Sc yill not ever be thrhingU jlSCfhere notfenough salve in this text rt mntilce a plaster large enough to heal Jf5 urwoundsV When n child urt flfcfmother is very apt to says it Now it will soon fetttbeiter And that is what God says when he em1 os oms all our trouble in thejuish of this greaUpromise jK yMjiy ctllure for a night butJ jjbhtthe morning You majg j pocket- l nndkerehief sop ilIl tears on soar dutrill so I as nilJI Ill pablil er1 i terou rraite t j o ffandarda1 tan f er1 to fp1 d111tC Gb6d 1 7 at W lsis avhit ray- S ii anir115011 ilil lto nc c T cJ N hat CltWd 1 1Pt9 r antt inn ZJi11P11 lTlf nUHJ adi thusnsiThentdDimities drew S lI11 lAeZamef told1 nset LlllCrn 4u ta un h1 Ill 5 tothethc Pe Lc- adr ith celeWTasli1 1 bajaered precision a No1 sdog aPteadot end w ill theIt1 1Dg cloctipwill wl had s of knowwtJr tbCJ soullTheTtarn in erFwho liil1P Gly 1 111alatio r rr i r esutsbcdIIIwIfi f i fti omc f r etc PsLfl It1elldl plswx it It wuad your pa fife thought that IJ I tTr hrtughwiththlsI i It sorrow anti nll this lPJIr We all have a great j db ear n buLl will tellyouwhh 111icbrandestday of all the iuilli s heave Ygu- sa 1ire ytire that you canttill me 1 esIc1K twill be the da we- get there Xartfers5yirviTtfST+rij3a more glorious I suppose it is but I do not care much about that Heaven now is good enough forme History has no more gratulatory scene than the breaking in of the Eng lish army upon Lueknoiv India A fewI weeks before a neourred at Cavrnpur U11lFacihad and chil dren had been a Then five professiymJl butch r went in and slew them Then th tries of Uw slain were taken out aTiiKJjirown into a well As the English army came into Cawnpur they went iutq the room and oh what a horrid same Sword sQokes on the wall near the floor showing that the poor things had crouched when they died and they saw also the floor was ankle deep in blood The soldiers walked on their heels acres lest their shoes be submerged of the carnage And on that floor of blood there were flowing locks of hair and fragments of dresses c Out in Lucknow they had heard of the massacre and the women were waiting for the saiffoaNvf death wait ing amid ajigiiish untold waiting in Qtvin and statvatioji but waiting hero ienlly when cne iay Havelock and Outran and Norman and Sir David iEngHshi on tliat horrid reene am wii51e yejth j guns were sounding and while cheery were is Efrom the starring dying people v Mpyic one side and from the travel wSand powder blackened soldiers d oh fih ther right there infrout of thehingS Palm there was such n scene off iIdslH king and embracing and bQ5feferlOUB joy as would tltterh- confqltlth pen of the poet and the pehcltfof the painter And no wonder when these emaciated womant who had soherocialiyforChristssakemarched otie wounded Englifh soldiergotnip in leis fatigue and wounds and leaned against the wall and threw his cap up and shouted Three cheers my boys for the brave women Yes that was an exciting scene But a gladderand rore triumphant scene will it be when you come up into Heater from thecon flfcts and incarceration of this world streaming with the wounds of battle and wan with hunger and while the hosts of God greathosapnagratulation and eternal deliverance ir the presence of the throne On thatnight there will be oncvenhiUuiinations in every palace and there will be a candle in every window Ah no I forget I forget They will have no need of the candle or of sunfortime thexshaJrCJgnand daughters of the Lord tloii- mighty Al r wig Hole In Solid Rock The biggest hole ever dug in solid rock is the second theNiagara 46feetinchesdeep timesfrroDftOl L UIUJ rJLMysterious Case of Frank Rogers and Miss Floren Ely The Fruitless Search Which Has Been Made For the Missing Couple I fact is often stranger than THAT and the mystery in real life sometimes too deep for even the keenest detective of the country to find a solution thereof is strikingly illustrated by the ElyRogers case of Evanston JH Since the disappearance of Frank Ely Rogers a boy of 14 years from his home last July ac companied by his aunt Miss Florence Ely the police and detectives of Chicago and the country have been untiring in their efforts to trace tilt couple and return them safely home to the sorrowing parents of the boy and the aged mother of Miss Ely Every clew has been followed up and every means employed which might possibly furnish a solution of the mystery or induce the infatuated aunt and her young nephew to return to the home where only loving welcome awaii them Miss Ely up to last July hail been a music teacher in Evanston She is A handsome gentlewoman of store than usual intelHgunffl with large express ive dark eyes dark brown hair and slender form and a delicate physique She is 40 years old and for 20 year has made her home with her Sister the wife of Mr James C Rogers as did her mother who is heartbroken over the peculiar conduct of her daughter The fnmlllibeson Hlnman avenue one of Ufe bolttrul residence streets of Evanston onlya short distance from the campus of the Northwestern university Mr Rogers is connected with the mercantile firm of Carson i ririe Scott S Co in Chicago and is a man of ability and Rome mennIFourteen years ago born Miss Ely idolized the baby and was as devoted to him as if she had been his mother It wash supreme delight to care for and amuse him and as he grew into boyhood her affection to be infatuation t grew an which led heirxto forsake all her social duties anu devote her entire time to her nephewOn morning on which they disappeared July 13 it it known that Frank picnicinwalked by a circuitous route to the station of the Chicago S Northwestern- railroad There he met his aunt Miss Ely who had left a satchel with the station agent the day before This AullllaQel1t1fQtinthotontent then threw the box away boyTjie the satchel from his aunts hand and the FRANK ELY KCXiEIiS I two walked out of the depot together They took a northbound electric car Jlwaukeewere seen in Evanuion On the 20th of last December a bundle of clothing belonging to Miss Ely and Frank log ers was found tucked away under the Central street station of the Milwau kec Li Paul railroad in North Evans ton and where itt 1Lnow Surmised by the police that fhggpamr stopped unchanged their cl posF sibly disguising llfiins lf as a girlfor he left his collar behind ahd3Iiss Ely transforming hersel7into an older and shabbily dressed woman Since then dozens of clews have becnTfpl lowed but not one has led to a reliable trace of the couple A DISAPPOINTED DARKY Ills Watermelon Proved to ne Unripe and There IVnii n Terrjblc- Transformation I stood one Saturday afternoon on the porch of a Luray Va hoteland saw file past a hundred or more dar kies returning from work each and j every one of them carrying a water j million under his arm They had been paid off and a convenient farm wagon loaded with melons happened to pass as they filed along and the darkies all bought relates a writer in Forest and Stream One young buck after hugging that melon for several blocks just couldnt stand it no longer and without ado sat down upon the curb and in the absence of a jackknife he deftly tapped the melon against the edge of the curb until it broke asun der Mansfield in transforming his Jekyl face into that of Hyde upon the stage never equaled the lightning change of countenance exhibited by that darky One moment his eyes bulged his mouth distorted his teeth glistened and his face fairly glowed Several times the couple have been reported as being in Chicago Ballin Winger of Evanston declares that he one day saw Frank Rogers sitting in a window of Lc Grand hotel Chicago but when the police whom he notified arrived the boy had gone At other hotels and restaurants the couple have been partially identified but have always eluded capture They are believed to have spent some tithe at Wau latestIllewmore hopeful any I MISS FLORENCE A ELY I IA woman and a boy answering the de butiare now proved not to be the Evanston runawaysHoping against hope anti with the heartbreaking sorrow crushing their hearts Mr and Mrs Rogers early last December inserted an advertisement in the newspapers calling upon the missing boy and his aunt to come home for Christmas and all would be forgiven All day Christmas they watched for the return of the fugitives and during the night a lamp was kept burn ing brightly in the window of the home on IHnnuin avenue to welcome their return The family felt sure that they would come but they were doomed to disappointment As a last effort to reach the missing couple or secure information regard ing them Mr and Mrs Rogers have resorted to the chain letter scheme- Dear II qii t11 clrlliftaf th 1 p 7V Friend Will you kindly help a heartbroken father and two mothers In an effort to find their loved ones by writing three copies of this letter and send ing them over your own signature to three friends making the same request of them and so on forming an endless chain Miss Florence A Ely and nephew Frank Ely Rogers disappeared from their home 713 Illnman avenue Evanston III July 13 1901 Nothing has been heard of them sinceMiss Ely Is 40 years of ae about five feet three inches In height very thin and weighs from 0 to 100 pounds face rather long and very expressive dark brown hair large dark brown eyes with an in tense expression are her most noticeable feature good music teacher attractive to childrenFrank E Rogers will be 14 years of age In March 1932 Height about five feet two inches weight about SO pounds medium brown hair gray blue eyes long slender hands Is left handed writes with either right or left draws well always using left hand Only love and a glad welcome await them both A large reward will becheer fully given for information leading directly to the restoration of either or both Printed letters with pictures will be sent upon request Send all Information to JAMES C ROGERS 713 IIlnman avenue Evanston HI- AB these letters by the aid of sympathetic and kind people go broadcast over the country in ever widening circle and reach perhaps every nook and corner of the United States the result sought for may be attained and 7i mystery cleared up which in some respects is one of the most puzzling ever coming to the notice of the po lice If Frank Rogers and Miss Efarc alive how has it been ossible to eludeI the shrewdest detectives of the coun try If dead what has become of their bodies and why have they not been discovered If they have left the country where have they secured the means for so long an absence and so extended a trip These are somo of the questions one is led to ask in couIsidering the case and which may never be answered this side the grave with pleasurable expectancy and in the twinkling of an eye when Jlie parted halves of that unripe and whiteseeded melon fell from his pal sied hands his eyes contracted to mere slits showing an angry snake like red his face became of an ashen hue call it pale if you willand through his slightly parted lips like a devil incarnate he hissed out im precation aster imprecation upon tho farmer showing the fact clearly that the disappointed one was a past grand master in the art of profanity- In the Wrong Ilnee An old printer is quoted as author ity for this story of Horace Greeley One lay as hsat at his desk he 10UkCtIUPantI JMtVi small boy stand j whatal lo you want mred I want a place tQ tvork ill otr office And what do you want that for asked the old man I want to grow upand get rich was the answer Mr Gr eley looked at him for a moment Get rich l he saidr guess you didnt notice that this is a newspa per oflicc You must be looking for the druggist next doorDetroit Free Press g y- A Ea OLIVER r Blacksmith and UndjrlMWH- IOKMAK KBNTUJf11 T iIVE MB A TRIAL wfcea jtu Malt V T BUokiaallkUc dons or reptlriif MtM 4o HetMihoitiff a cpeelvltr I uIs kp a tall thu o- fUndtrtftkiri Good COHMCB Boieweod aad Solid UUti 1 sleet Coffiai sad CAIM wblok eta hr i ltd 99 la short notice and at r noa ibis riles Mf1 ems a call- 11A Shop aiar the Jail jj- LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT rr J H POLLOCK Fropr 4 1 First class turnouts buggies surrerr fearriages safe teams c Uuswmera f ernd with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 1 Cash BDok Stare s Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS s Calland see our Stock Ever Ihiug up to date MARY REREXDES cSb Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in trying g to please you than wo old reliable barbers R U CALDWBIX i WILL fROWLLL DR S K DAVIDSON DentistUCKMANfKENTUCKY Doe ever OowJt ill Oowgilla y I me atorou C B EAKBR 1 Seaecal Grocer Powell Blook Clinton St H Tinr purchased the Grocery Block ot J C Bpndunat would be reseed tq ttt all old friends to call Freak Good tad Choice Bargains W J BARRY CO AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOT Will make you a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL KINDS s ALL WORK GUARANTEED II F Ren lr Joe IV Jlcuntt BENNETT REMLEY =ATTORNEYS TLAW = a ConrtJIespecia111tbo r countiesatOlinton rf I heBigFourRoutC j6 t Is a Railway r4Comprisingxr v + 2500 Miles ofSuperbRbidw y ftv v oJ r Builtand Equipped IntkcMMt = Approved Manner of Mod raixRailway Cant ctwe T The Passenger Train Service rr DIG FOUR ROUTJ3rprov Passenger Trains pergcy for their operation j j 150 Passenger Locoma 12S3 i 20 Dining and Caf Ci ID addJtlontowftkbSlxty sleepers are In Continuous erim theuBlGFfluR r and ftSTbro Car Lines 1 d c to WARREN JICIf WP- IeCraLfrtlAtt AsaGP kQIICJIIXAu It ynt1 rO S 1 p i4i4- L i- 4t i4s aL- r 0 i jI 7 Ih I jt i 4r ff IU c aCi f ItCt f1dALL OVER THE STATE M4 HS i gt t i it r THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE 7 te Number of Bills Pasted By I loth Branches e ankfort March 18Senat MondayIiere magteriall p embezzlementtmlpllcable to Irlvate persons and iMns appropriating 6000 to com Ji l prison wall at Eddyvllle ffI lhoLizlng title insurance companies jo t vorganize IR counties oNrss thanr 5000 with 2tr000 capital stock to thatfailureoverjkt countyttorneysT59nds appropriating 2000 to fenco the InBoyleors fixing penaltyfor Ff providlng two weeks 97 thhousespecial 101 judges in circuit court trials shall not jk be agreed upon by the parties in the appointtheprison llroatracksenol closures authorizing the making and preservation of rolls of confederat- soldiersr Jrther JaklnsoSstate guard requiring county school superintendents to notify citizens ofoffers of d an3Ip Session of the Legislature Ended Frankfort Ky March 19Thgareg ular session of tho Kentucky general assembly ended by limitation at midnight Tuesday The political redistrlc lion bills and the bill providing for an appropriation for state representationn at the St Louis fair were defeated THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY Papers Incorporating the IInstitution Filed at Lexington I Lexington Ky March 22PapetJJ incorporating the Federal university wore filed here The incorporators aro J M and J W Sanders schcol teachers Nathan Wells a carpenter W R Hill and J A Wheeler grocers and James Todd an auctioneer Thi purpose set forth is to establish a university for Christian and economic education at or near this city to be controlled by a board of seven trustees with authority to employ a faulty c not to exceed 70 in number If established the incorporatora hope to fiiseVau endowment sufficient to sustain it- SHE COMMERCE COMMISSION it Will Investigate Charges Against the L N Railroad Louisville Ky March 24Mr- C C McChord chairman of the state railroad commission said Sunday night that it was Improbable tlut the entire interstate commerce commis sion would be here April 3 to consider the case of the Central Stock Yards Co of this city against the Louis vile Nashville Railroad Co The stock yards company complained that the L N had refused to deliv stock to the Southern railway upon which it Is located The state railroad commission sustained the stock yard companys claim HE DECLINED Dean Baker Will Not Accept the Call to Chicago Lexington Ky March 24Den r Baker P Lee of Christ church cathedral announced his declination of the call to Grace church Chicago He had had the call under advisement for two weeks and the cathedral was crowded to hear his decision Wh- e the announcement was made the co gregation burst into singing Prat God From Whom All Blessings FlowI JIe difference In the stated IIn + iZtSxpr ot the Chicago church was S G 05 jsoo per year 4- Irp toBrtd omti3rlde 79t f ay ngKf b ch 24At Col 1 dJ k HardSkell Baptist church three il rfaol here Uncle Jesse Ad I Trhy i id41i1a lifelong member w tfrted Sunday to Mrs Mary Adams el 79 his SO mintIt is stateu thy iJTcf been lovers since yout t gh the bridegroom had been thr ejIi married 1 iC Goebel Physicians Paid dkrqrLXMuCh 21 Doctors Jolato f fee local physicians who Etr William Goebel after Ill t on January 30 1900 Thursr y ijtcelvefl from Mr Arthur Goebel1 Clncinnat brother of the deceasedI a letrator checks for the- N Bred 0 rtof Appeals Adjourned tort Ky March 24The rt of appeals adjourned till AprJ- lW next Tuesday will be the 1 last r Sling appearance cases for f P T April term The court is 110 with its docket now than It 1Mr many years n- j fti4 Physician Dead JldYJJle Ky March 2DrZ ac prptjr tjbajicer at his home near here jwur a surgeearlir a Kentucky i jHteKiaf Jftn war iI r 4 4 6t fIIII 1 Io Sl C i 01 iI L toJ rr ro G 0 JAILIINUQINT I i SItI1 Louisville Ky March 24ln ac cordance with the mandate 6f the United States supreme court W T Nugent of this city was committed to jail indefinitely by Judge Evans in the federal court on account of his failure to pay 14000 to the creditors of his father the late E B Nugent formerly a dry goods merchant of this city At the time of the failure young Nugent it was charged sold goods to tthe amount of 14000 and failed to turn over the proceeds to the cred store when ordered to do so by Judge Evans He was ordered sent to jail by Judge Evans for contempt of court but the federal circuit court of ap peals reversed the decision The United States supreme court how ever sustained Judge Evans and re cently refused to grant a rehearing of the case When the final mandate of the high est court was received Nugent crt6d to effect a settlement with his red Ion hut failed in this BENDeTwo Negroes Killed By Whites and Three Horribly Beaten Paducah Ky March 2tGreat ex Citement prevails at Madrid Bend Ky miles below Hickman on the Ten I110 line Two Negroes were mur dared by whites and throe horribly and probably fatally beaten Elijah Drake it is claimed was caught steal it J nIIf thoIMississippi and shot dead The body floated to shore and the whites made another Negro tie a rope around the neck and pull him out to deep wa ter Jim Stewart was also shot and killed in the melee that followed and j throe Negroes names unknown were almost beaten to death There Is I much fear of further trouble and the law abiding citizens have asked the governor to offer a reward for Jie ap prehension and punishment of thoj murderersj I IA j COINSURANCE CLAUSE J It Is Declared Void So Far as It Concerns Real Estate Louisville Ky March 21The Ken lucky court of appeals has rendered a decision declaring the SO per coast coinsurance clause adopted several years ago by the Louisville board of fire underwriters to be void so far sit a concerns real estate The decision it is claimed is the first definite ex pression by any court of last resort in this country covering partial losses b7 firo under such conditions though j it has been held heretofore that ths SO per cent or threefourths value clause in iinsurance policies is illegal in cases of total loss The case just decided was a suit brought by Morris A Sachs of this city against tho Loa don and Lancashire Insurance Co of Liverpool j FACE COVERED WITH BLOOD erHe Fainted on Being Hurt and Wlfa Swooned on Finding Him Lebanon Ky March t1rs Theo D Schoffner on going to the rear door of her home to call Tier husband who had A few minutes before stepped out found him lying on the ground apparently lead His face was covered with blood at sight of which she swooned dad was carried Into the house Mr Schoffnor had been struck by a frying chip Hiss left eye was split and the sale of hie face badly lacerated and he had faint ed before he could make known his eyee ttwill be forever impaired seTwo Colored Men Arrested Paris Ky March 22 Officers Tool en and Elgin arrested Ben Beale and Ernest Munday colored of Winches ter in Claysville on a telegram from the chief of police of Winchester lyBeale and Munday held up a farmer there it is said and relieved him of 43 asVetoed the AntiDocking Bill 24Goya thhe first time on legislative work killing eethe Newcomb bill prohibiting the docking of tails of horses He approved and signed the bill regulating investment and debenture companies Negro Fatally Hurt in a Fight Owensboro Ky March 24 Arthur Garrett a Negro lies in a dying con dition the result of being shot three times by Roy Negley In a row that occurred in front of the Fourth Street Colored Baptist church A Fatal Shooting Henderson Ky March 24A fatal shooting occurred at Corydon this county in whichyjJyfrn W Pritchett was Instantly kij 4 ttd John Below a farmer fatally witemded Bad blood existed between the two men over some business transaction Bitten By a Vicious Horse Covington Ky March 24 William Boyd a member of Fire Company No 2 this city was badly injured by a vicious horse at the engine house Sunday night His whole cheek was nearly torn cr AMERICAN HANDICAP SHOOT Preoaration Made for the Big Event At Kansas City Kansas City Mo March 24The partforwhich is to take place there from March 31 to April 5 is all but com pleted saysthatgreatly inferior to Elkwood park New Jersey and Inter State park Long Is 1land The club house will easily ac vjgroundscomfortable piSeventeenthe coops at the park and 5000 more are held in reserve The handicap committee will meet on Thursday to decide the marks from which ejwingpicommitteeof Indianapolis Chris Gottlieb and W S Halliwell of Kansas City Louis Ehrhardt of Atchison Kan Charles W Budd of Des Moines la rjGambellvine of Memphis Tenn It will probably take tho committee about two days to finish Its task and the com list respectivepub1lcatlonThe four women who are expected- to compete are Miss Annie Oakley Wenona Mrs Johnston of Minneapolis and Mrs Dute Cabanne of St Louis It is declared that 15 million sires have entered Two special matches preliminary to the handicap will be shot off this weep On Friday J A R Elliott of 1 Kansas City W R Crosby of OFal 1 Ion IIPand Freu Gilbert of Spirit Lake la will compete for the Sports mens Review cup On Saturday J A H Elliott uinmedal one of tha oldest of the wing shbt championship trophies Elliott is the present holder of the emblem ajmorninpoclock and will be practically con onlylulls j1willGrand Amifican handicap will be shot off on Wednesday and Thursday THE I RETVIZANS Big Battleship Just Completed Added to the Russian Navy Philadelphia March 4The big battleship Retvizan which has justw been completed for the Russian government at Cramps ship yard was of dally added to the czars navy Sunday and the regular routine of a man ofwar began on the ship The cere mony was simple and was conducted by Father Batskowfsky the ships chaplain The crew of 750 men and officers were lined up on the main deck with bared heads as the services of the Greek church were read after which at a signal from Capt Stchen snovitch the Retvizans commander 5thetIleceremony mldstreanJXfour y t about April 12 I W4r JT FEDERATION Joint Commission to Unite the M E Church North and South Baltimore March 24As a restof the meeting of a joint commission of the Methodist Episcopal Church South the general conference of th ortttern church will be urged to adopt at its next mooting for plederatlonwork The adoption of this plan will result in a consolidation of mission work and publishing houses at Shang hat Chtna the publication of a union paper in Mexico and the preparation of a union hymn book common cate chism and common order of public worship MACEDONIAN REVOLUTION Plans Are Belng Arranged For a General Uprising t London M rch24Cabllng fromI Vienna the correspondent of the Daily Telegraph says it is officially reportedI that M Sarafoff chief of the Mace donlan committee is in communica tion with the Armenian revolutionary committee for the purpose or arranging a general uprising in Macedonia The correspondent also says that the porte has notified the powers that prehensive arrangements have bee made to suppress any Macedonian rev olution Recovered His Voice New York March 24Mr Davt Bispham who lost his voice while singing at Worcester Mass a few days since has fully recovered and re sumed his work in opera and concert He will sail on May 10 to take part in tho coronation season of grand opera at Covont Garden London Fatal Fight in a Joint Kansas City Mo March 24In a general fight in a joint in tho Toad ALoupe section of Kansas City Kan George Thompson 38 was killed Iko Patton was dangerously stabbed and William Inskipp was seriously stab bed and beaten A Traitor Executed Port au Prince Hayli March 24 Leon Gabriel charges with treason fired a revolver at Gen Cameau chief of police who fired at Gabriel wound- Ing him Gabriel wait immediately alt erward executed i II FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS 1SSenateAftersenateMonday billthemeasure being 42 to 31 begllQconsideration rbllJextendedthomeasnrepresented relativeto19SenateForsenatehad under rroidlngdent of the United States and for the by United States courts of who commit assault upon him Mr andMrCIUsupportedj alivelyof Mr Rawllns Utah to have as a document some Pfiilip correspondence Eventually the requestedw clearedHoufc t nd harbor appropriation Dpi was Silivencd Tuesday by Mr Hep f burn Iawho malE his annual on tohisdsever efpimend although some ottfwere suite severe The othercrttkistisaC of the day were Messrs Ball Teacr oj tnember8oftIi Witrttei 0Ky Tlr1tttbaorcand Burnett tAlL II who spokfciln favor of impfoviwBRiU of Interests to their districts It was j agreed thjfc general debate on the bill oclockSaturday fmemoijiajr services on the late fiepre lateUeprMichWtfiilngton IiiDUrfnithe fortheStates was under ccmslderatlon fr Spooner WIs contented that the Inherentassault jade either upon Its or upon of Its officers He maintained that assault on the president was in tho very nature of things an assault up I vfrwasnot in the cxercisqtof the dunesT of offfce rMr Bale Tex spok tJ9ltorf pleasure as it stands because he cotuJ conceive of an assault made upon the president asjagrsonal and not as an ofilcial4of eternmenLrTTi AsrP e Tho ouse made fall pro harbo1bilJAfterjof the lli pages oJIfche bill w6e disposed of No amendments were adapted The generaw bate Wednesday j5WashingtonThroughout Thursdays session oi the protection jStates was under discussion Just be fottl adjournment an agreement was reached to vote on the measure and pending amendments at 4 oclock Friday Three substitutes for the bill are pending and will be pressed when tne voting begins Friday House The house made very slow progress on the river and harbor bill isposlng of only 30 pages and leaving 0 pages still to be considered The river and harbor committee again succeeded In defeating every amendment o ffered lIr Bclamy N G during the day took ccasion to denounce the Crumpacker proposition to Investigate southern election Jaws as designee to stir up sectional strife He appealed j 0featWashington Marcu 22 =Senatc UbyrepeaLpf the war revenue taxes pand thepresidentenue bill way passed without divi speecheI Mr TillmanembT icail the opportunity affordedbji thC biirsconsiderationlo against the repeal of the duty ten cents a pound upon ta Tin bill for the protection of the president provides that any person within the UnitefgSrates who shall wilfully and malicifiiKljrvUill the president or any offlcemon whom the duties of pro dent way involve or any sovereign j of a foPion country or shall ttimptto kill ny ot the persons named rhaUI suffer death that any person who shall aldOkct advino or counsel thfj iori death tha1J be lmprisoncil not ear i coaling 20 years that riny person who shall threaten to Jclir or advise r6sldent ties of the president may devblvc i thallbE Imprisoned not exceedingf iO years tratany t er on who sfoaU wit POAguIltYoCned shall ie fleemqlc an accomplice antu shall aTpuisheti as the principal Thfp J screti Y of war is directed to detail from tieTeojlar army a guard of of pressmdenti plav and the secretary le author ized to make regulations as td the dress arms and equipment of such guardHouseThe house twp nfl the river dand harbor hill wl1io hna lvx a under consiieratnn tnrft the wPpk- o1thOUlh Fvernl rPft moOl1tnt wore adortl not a cir4 Ioal wac arldpdtp the rnnar1 a a paaot i + rarriedWerti w t i csre H c roP rr + rt t S06S32G7 ia Tidln anlhnt rrln Geh Jacob rl Smith Wash1ftg Klarcii wrAa ordot WM 1 issued Thurciay calf+vin5 Brig GOD JitcbWSlth from ftTttfesrr duty In411 division c ti3 Pliiiipyiaou end diluting him to i exceed to San Antonioj Tex to asrlrca command of the department of TBMS Rqci1IVJahThe senate committee on pensions Thursday ra period the bill repealing the war rcvj nuo acts Except in ono Instance the Intentionipf 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