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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f14NW MVA 41A SJQ1No TO TIIB A CHEAT TENSIESSEE CENTENNIAL 2 Ii 8 GaLa Club ofTen Subscribers toM g PMED J3EBH f- g I 1 And go FREE7 I V NJV 4vr e SIQ EIGHTH YEAR r T1tLE WITH INDIANS o tnIndllWJ In Montia U fthe War Path ir i y DM MM K pete KHJoO Ia- 44gt r Fire Catted State Soldlen I lTke SjfcHe 8uu Are All I J F DKNVKB CL My81A special to fee Republican trolRUkaa Mont KYJThe Cheyeaae Indians hare gone on the wM 1 thatu fir are Mid to- eU t kUl d alt M dom men In el fdhtW s lK a t The Ici i 1eJu i NIII4H Ti iIr IlI4ItU1 Over he tt hi part ol titt Uti feivtUB wIjttan- rervM4oi The wihiwt4ri anJp In ariM and tW w tMf Bt l bhlWrwj are fli1it1 IR uelortlul aeY tQ ty 1he ClieyeUHei make the Lame Ueoe Bfceacy their heaclquarUr 4 SOLDIERS AND POSSES tauUuTalr to bite Cli jrctma Kcjerrutlua td rrene ou Outbreak and Mali Arrest i UBUCXA Mont May 81 ISxcltonientc- ootlHtioH on the Cheycuuo nJaurvallou and IH tke settlements lu tha ylclulty Kaaukuiei ott tho upinir Kowbud hare S all tUMital lok lrM Hlx coinpa- alevojf BoMfen frebr lbrt ICcogli and i are 1R rowte to the Agoucyas Is also Uw sheriff ef Vuee coasty with large number ol deputies TkO hJ 11 ff baa aerraut tor the arrwt of Indian Agent Slouch charged with lutcrfor OIllLeaahl Ujp Allechargd ol thelrfktle tir 4 mur dvrirSTjes 4irlff will PIObablyarrlvo it tke Mcryatlo with to j JBOfreiw amlcndwitor W arrest the in r- ekrpfli of the sheep herder while the proICowsUcrnbk anxiety Is manifested rtf MMtjara of tho opinion however that 4 UtfMvHy of t b ltuaMoa has been f C IIHexaggerMEd pUririANT VtyLU q oka41 e KetaaO Eztnd tCOfIiKtilClenllnti fL 1JhooDiUTatljflaoxt rl Uov Bttdd Sunday evening tele pk uod that much to Warden Halo of Hall Quentln prison at the same time the death watch placed upon 2onlering after telephoning thU to Warden Halo tho governor qa In a loud carrtfgo to the tIIt where htooic thotrain for San t FHetcO Notwithstanding this fact that ilio governor has na4knovp1iis declUea and Unt thf tck wio mea wgv leaked cmC saaae fecerecy Is boo 4 reganllHltJ ltawulcl1t 4wteo g veraor spopred anet cM 4 t wjll be given out later N ORXVC DESECRATION f O 4 CM WK4IUs Yw MootUt at Jackioo Cal JACKWX JaV Jane LSunday It rsiotloe4 thit the gra1opl ilrs T r who Wai birIci the public ciitMUry hero last Wcdnoaday had t cii disturbed plovcn of the pall bearera which had bees thrown upon a the casket were found oa the aur it taco Tho grave vrai reopeaed 1 and tUG Jjtrrbox eI11 9ft eeecat w i foaml brotc 1 r of tIe kS 1I 1 c fle Va Ulere I1 js 100 UI L the body had been touched This IIII tho BceonJ caM f Cf vo desecration Jjetw within a tow tLsIT LAFAYETTE GRAVE Vfr Iruiatneut AmrIeAnsRorntIMe Tomb t or the ramoiu Vrenchmao PARIS May aiTVcstcnlay Awbassa p t V1cqPres1dentqonoii nc n r w b L4ry VIgiALsnt1 Theotloro stanton Io American I4f S EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 3 1897 University Dinner club with a num boy of the club and embassy and con ofUfayottoetat wreath and other floral decorations KILLED BY BURGLARS After a Ueiperate right for Itli tlfoNClew to the Murderers WAHHKN 0 May OElljalt Hill a farmer living at Farmington yas mur Iftulliyddhere Broke into the house and attel binding and otherwise maltreating the wherqIve7 tle ilea and then shot him There wet evidence in tho house struggleTlier 1tATLY KILLED Awfal FrU of Two Crlpplo CroeU Cot 1IfInbnrDXNVJRCoI Juno 1A special to CrllpleCreokWtiu Carrj aged 211 and Frank Curtis aged mlucra In the Norman tunnel five south of this city wero In stantly kllkd by a premature explosion ot dynamite Carr was warming foui stickn of the explosive The bodies wero hardly recognizable UNEXPEOTED SUMMONS Dr AugeR Kay Have to Uo to Turkey Booner tlian Ha Eipeeted- A tt ARson Mich May 28lrcst dent Afigel has left for Washington in obcdkmco to a telegram NoolvjJ from the state department 1lsummons was entirely unexpected and iti nature U unknownIt that Dr Angell will be ordered to depart for Turkey sooner than he expected probably wUhln a tawdsys FIFTYFIFTH CONGRESS Special flMiloa 11 the leooto oa the SJlh after conildota lion of minor Jjmlnen up to I m Senator AUrlch rep Jt L In charge of the tarifl bill had the measure laid boforo the tenal and eaarto tho t inlrfj tpeoeh In tu fofor of on bour and I quarter Ho was followed by Mr Vet acm Mo la Opposition to the bill Mr Cannon sIL rep Utah closed the debate forth da that toe protection ahould bo 10 distributed M ta aid tko tarmtrThehouse won noun session tM the senate on the SCth a resolution was grccd toaulhorliiaii tho secretary cf the nary to employ any suitable khlp In forwarding re Riot supplies to India The first vote on tha tariff bIZ was taken aSter two hours debate on the Item of borsclo acid which resulted SI to M In favor of the schedule as Oed by the Bnanco committee the vote Nina mainly on party linesThe house was not In session IN the senate on the nth the final confer race report on the sundry eUlrapproiirlatlons bill was taken up ami agreed to Yetva3J caress The senate then took up the tarlQ blU and continued its fonnal consideration by paratrrapbilvIn the touo BcpreseuUtlri Lewis offered a resolution ilcclarlnR U to be the sense that the of the 8110111uTha turoio then adjourned until tho IX the onato on the ffilhMr alatISouth Carolina presented a tppolnlment of a special stnators to Investigate charges of speculation by senators when tho tariff bill woi bcforo the Hnanoo committee and made a radical speech indanunelatlba of the actions of the present and former committees Itis allegations were denied by Mr Vest for the late democratic and by Mr Aldrlch for the present republican com caltlcfl The resolution was referred to the commutes oa coatlniont OXllelllOITbob- oUle was not In session Ill the senate on vtiia 89th Mr Mills Tex Mured consideration of a joint resolution ou IhqrUteff the secretary of war to liuuq rations oko rellol of dextltuto persons In the distr- ictobiI by th tIo Urande near EI Paso T proprlllnJl 110001 for the purpose wM fwai atsd Thelarlff bill was then taken up and Us consideration occupied the remain dcrof tRio sossionThe house was not In session IN the senate on the Slat no business was transacted Immediate odjourument b liig laken out of respect for Decoration dayId the house after a lmlnuta session the body adjourned to allow Us mcmbors to partlctuto In Memorial day olllCaulJlnsed lilniseif MILWAUKEK May 2gJohn Mick 01 Chicago aged 70 an Inmate of asanl tarium hanged himself hero this morn lag RETURNING PROSPERITY Secretary Oaco Tell Why It UDelayvd ryOBgaCincinnati where ho was It guct at the banquet given lost Friday bv the Commercial club of that city to tho visiting clubs of Chicago Boston and St Louis Mr said today that a feeling of Impatience seemed to bo general among tho people at tho delay In tho passage of a tariff bill Tug business npproltChlngrealize that the greatest care Is necessary In tho cons ruetlon of a bill SECRETARY OAOIi ut such Vast importance tho people were beginning to complain of tho time being consumed What they most wanted was the prompt passage of a tariff bill that would produce sufficient revenue and with that question Out of takoupthorency Tlio business men In attendance on tho Cincinnati meeting Mr Gage thought were agreed that a currency commission should bo authorized and appointed at once with a view to their formulating a plan which could bo presented to congress on Ita reassem tiling In December During the recess ut vgaIsi to wofi tAOUgub Cimv Hear ings could and should bo given by the commission to financiers and others who might desire to bo heard from all parts of the country It was a great question he added and should have tho fullest discussion- If the commission should fall to agree upon a satisfactory plan the ad ministration very likely would have a proposition to present to congress In any event tho people with whom the secretary conversed wore agreed that some initiatory action should bo taken at once Tlie business of tho country hnpatlcntly demanded ho concluded FOUR CHILDREN KILLEb A Drunktn Hun Drive a Wagon Load ot Little Ones In Front of a Moving Kail way TrainFour of Ills Victim Are Milled QutHatvnO t iu iit oat otino OtkarttXyichttally MangUdby the IDe DENVER Col May UOAt 8 oclock this evening a spring wagon driven by Henry Marsau a carpenter and con taining eight children ranging In age from three to nine years was struck by a special train oii tho Denver Rio Grande railroad and as a result four of the children arc dead and the others arc terribly injured two so badly that they will die Marsau with his three children had been spending tho day at the home of Chris Schonewelss in the southern portion of the city When ready to start for home ho took a load of chil dren gathered up In the neighborhood for a short ride It is claimed by tho police that Mar situ was Intoxicated and paid no atten tion to the signals of the engineer but drove upon tho track while tho train vas In plain sight and but a taw feet away Iho engine struck tho wagon Vinegar Factory Burned CuiOJUio May tVIro yesterday af ternoon destroyed the William H Iluugo Vinegar factory one of the largest tu tho west loss 8175000 d r t f if o IIftII rr JtII I or AGGOD BUGGY 5 5 l 4 I soti MADE BY THE J K t r h or hMH rl VJA1JI5IJ11LVILLECANNIAbE 1 JIiRlifQJ 0 tt Ht fi1 1 r Glic usa call and be convinced that we will give you the best Buggy made j t fW Jn1entTiccy qrJh J oney Twentyfive years experience tells the story We villsclL you a f I jJ 1 st oI fop Buggy of Our 9wn Make for 45 f0 vt 1o 1ikidaiof r pairing on Spring Vehicles frrtm the fightesl tQ tha tkt lein used in qntx AMnttq QVviscvm inQiem tBJntJlQv iII RTttrES oj n ito 0 4 1Iit 1p i H 4- I vf c 0 t 4j L L TURKEYS DJ3ATANJS t Making Friends for Greooo Among tho Powers Tlie Helen t Ion of Tlirwialy Impossible and Limits Fxed to the cash Indemnity llusila Irritated Htaerinnnj g Vo- lic7T1Ie SnlUnTurtis to KngUnrf Vwee negotiatIons Take Turn Hart Favorable to Greece LONDON May BTho correspond ent of th6 tlTlmclIat Athens tbegovernmenthGreece abroad all Indicate that the peace negotiations have taken a turn more favorable to Greece Turkey proposal to occupy Theasaly no longei receives any consideration owing to proposaltoof Greek subjects in Turkey Is rejected and tho suggested extradition treaty Is apparently set aside powers have fixed JE8000000 as the highest limit of lndomnltyand will allow such a strategic alteration oi the frontier as not Involve tho subjection of any Inhabited district to Turkish rule Oermanya demand for an International control of Greek finances has not been favorably ran cclved as the government hopes to raise a fund on the guarantee of En gland Franca and Russia with inter est to pay the Indemnity conceding certain revenues buti not accepting tho principalof foreign The Sultan Yon blithe Official and Religious World Denunoeetho ltr tormtloa of Thetialjr LONDON MaySa The correspondent of tho Standard ut CoWl ntlnopld says The Immediate entourage of the sultan favors restoring Thcssaly to Greece Tho Turkish foreign minister has ntorytoneonlymtla citement may subside On tho Other hand the whole official and religious world Including the ShcikUlflslairi denounces the idea of mUllarymethose who had supposed that tRip sulv tan was manufacturing the excitement In order to exact l terms from the powers are beginning to think ho has gone to far and lost control of tho sit nation Russia docs not conceal her extreme YhlclLIIIagainst Russia that many Turks accuse Germany of deliberately plotting to produce a rupture between tho two countries tThoSultanctore Friendly Relations with England DKHLIMV Nay 3T Accordlng to n dis patch to tho Frankfort Zpltutig from Luurklsh ambassador ut St PetiSb rg that Turkey must rcuonnco her 1m TliessalyIto advancedCotext for renewing tho war which Eu rope would ou no account permit This statement so Impressed the gui tan that ho has been making special efforts to restore friendly relations with England and to this endordered tRio whole palace entourago to attend tin garden party given at tho English embassy In honorof the queens birth tIny THE CABINET A UNIT No Uliaffieemeut on the Cuban Question The Turin Illll CINCINNATI May 33 Secretary of the Treasury Lyman J Gage and wife arrived yesterday and will remain un Ill Saturday Secretary Gage is here with members of tho Commercial club of Chicago on an outing When asked about the reported differences In the cabinet over tho Cuban question Secretary Gage said That Is all gam mon and there Is absolutely nothing in It Such a thing has not even beenI thought of and there is not the letpossibility disagreement among the members of the cabinet on this subject What are the prospects for the pas sage of tho tariff bill was asked WiUi certain amendments to the pending bill It will pass the sonatesM that Is about as much as any ono can prescnttlme1I A DESPERATE MOTHER Gives Her Boy Carbolic Acid and Take a Fatul Dose Henelf MILWAUKEE May 8Mrs Elsie Numlller crazed domestic trouble gave her eightyearold son carbolic acid and then took a dose herself yes terday afternoon Sheis dead but the boy may rccoyor as he rejected a Pore Lion of the dose when it was given to him I Vied Arsenic Instead of Baking Jowder OAKLAND Cal May 28lrcd Bee son an omployo on tho ranch of Harry Morse at Sunol used arsenic instead of bakingpowder In making a batch of bread Boeson Is dead another man is dying and several others are danger ou ly ill Iellevesllei thHomIest Man In thi World applicationwo to commit JhuuMycrtq an Immnc aSylqm Myera delusion iis that ho Is tho homeliest nina In the world and he threatens suicide In consequence WIU Hun Forty JI uJla Week 8pUKiuwoirrnrNII May 90 I announced yesterday that beginning1 JI 1 tRio of the Great Falls Cop Manufacturing Cd ylll run bu a I 40h6urtfawcek time1 schedule until I hostrprtis is dlsposeduf AFfAIRS IN ATHENS RlAbXHTAt Men sttroThken to tru rna Or den p ATHENS May J29 Elaborate incas tires have been taken topreservEl ordor Uesldes the police and gendarmes a civil guard has be afleeted from the mcttnreted Tlio mtittev q h tter1 M tUeflW U lescil4 to deal Jwverely with Uldyi aatlo sipvameoM The fact tkat the war kipa Rt PKa toiaro je dy to jb Bdroon RadLar tIl1 ry In W ycn f aUorder3pcour fa ha 4etqrre4 Ui pevoluttcmbtta wAaitfNeN gwtfirsuce repOton tbe edirelvltJUI wagree4 to In the senate9 to 26 I jruII jS S5L55t OiHEMlSE UNNOTICED The town of Namsos In Norway has been ffaced by lire Calhoun may succeed- ConsultleaeralLeo In Cuba Laluyottettonrho coffee crop of Brazil Is for this year estimated at 0000000 bags KentucTcy1 tollgate raiders defy tho militia and continuo the depreda tions It is not expected that much will bo dono in house this week at Wash ington i governmenlttlsalnrles that Of the president This iso bea busy week at the Ten nessee Centennial exposition Many societies assoclatlousvlU be in sos sion chargesthatbate Judyo Randolph in his cinbez zllng second largeit Cuban expedition ever landed was safely taken ashoro front the Btcamer John D Long last w ekIA Tennessee mnrshal who was shot by bandit whowos resistIn- gnrtt l 4Ji hta tiuntl Till tRio lt John Milk a Lutheran clergyman at Chicago who had been buQncd ImngodhlmselfA mysterious fall of tho floor of the great Ykcs jbseivatorciune near in juring Wo recentlyfitted Ions of tho gtcat tclfescopo- Jjacmofanlcs statue of a bacchante wllt li has been rejected by Boston because His considered too true to nature maygo to Brooklyn The p aldent has signed tho commission Jof WJiltclaw Reid as special ambassador of tho United States to Queen VJctorias jubilee Thestltnoif John Harvard at Cam bridge rassWas daubed with crlm whodetcate1rlbcethdat At Mayflcld Ky n wholesale jail do livery occurred Sunday Three notcH Q I1io e thieves were among those who escaped The prisoners tunneled ouTwoTcxas men fought a duel to the death with pistols Kino shots were fired in all and every one hit 1U mark Both were dead before their friends got to them Col George Thomas Fry ono Of tho hcfkbowu lawyers and politicians of Tennessee from tho effects of an attack of apoplexy In the fiftyfourth year of Ills age Dr Saaarclll atMontevidco declares hat ho his been able to verify his dis very of the microbe of yellow fever Ho vil soon publish his curatIve ays tqtn for ko diseasor King Oeorgo paid a visit to M Onou hoIusi1aniiInister andaflcra tvo = W to Emperor Nicholas urging 3ilm to In tervene on behalf of Greece Herman llohr aged 81 who rented a farm near Davenport la cut his throat while harrowing corn lie is supposed to have been disheartened because his crop was ntltH routing well Thu government has finally deter mined thatiulnors cnn not act as deputy postmasters or duet clerks or In any capacity where they will have any thing to do with the making of con tracts I In Mexico City thu American reel dents decorated thu graves of thu dead of 1847 and also wreathed the resting places of Mexican soldiers Tho grace ful compliment was reciprocated by the Mexicans If tho president continues his present frame of mind it Is thought ho will wait no longer than the return of Special Commissioner Calhoun to notify Spain that humanity demands a relaxa Lion of the concentration policy BOTH WERE DROWNED Sad Fat of Father and Son at Lincoln Center Kt LINCOLN CKNTKR Kas Juno 1 George Repshiroand son Herbert aged 48 and nine respectively wero drowned In the SaUna river Sunday evening The boy while bathing was taken with cramps and called for help when tho father went to Ills assistance and both were drowned THE MARKETS New YORK Juno I 137- 7OATTLE NnllroStcora I 4 40 l 5 1- 5COTTONM l lllnir T- PLOUUWlntcr Wheat D M tft 49- VVllKATNoa Red s 77 COItN No S 6 OAJIiNoi I U- POUIC NCWMMS ut 8 MST LOUIS COVIOMiddlIiiguuIussLeer 1 32i O BIS- aOowiunJ UcKora ou 10 aw- 4WOALVIiSr och 0 6S5 HOUSKttlrloSeloot 330 3 K ailKHlluIr toCliotco 300 tft 4- frLOU8iitonts 00 445 A 4 OJ to Extra tie S W 40 425 WHEATNo Sited Winter tICOItNNo 2 Mixed ej IUIi OATSNO t- HYKNo2 s5 iO S3 fin tIXJUACCOLUB SO 8- 4WLeaf Hurley 6 13 63 nAYCloarllmolh 9 OJ rt U 0- UJIJEIICliolcOlatr TjVO1IICStnntlnrd U M 12 UALONClcllr Rib Cia 51 LAItUPrlme Steam tJ Ii- CUlOAOo OATTLENUlYeStoors 875 Q 5E- OHOUSFiilr to Choice S 25 44 I 80 Hi11515PInirioOhoIce i 82J 45 6 O- PIOUU Winter Patent 483 O 470 N prIie lteai 4 00 j 42- 0Wl1uTNo2SprIng CUH44 7UJ No Sited 78SB SO 234oA123NoIOltlCMcus now7 05 i 800 KANSAS CITY OAnEH It SteiN S 03 5 00 HoasAiiarmlo a an S 40 yilKAlNasiled I 80 OATSNo8 White 2- 0COIINNo2to 19 N W ORLEANS FLOmtJHuharodo 445 Q 4 M iOAlSVostcrn 1700 870 24 6- COTrOSMI lillnf 48 1 LOUISVILLE 8i O W- O3UNNo2MliVd 265 2il 2iihIoItIcNowsiis I f6 St DACONClcarHIl 5- ttVO1tMIddling7I5 I 7 TMlCORIU UVftumi fui Illinois WAsltzNoto taV2uTlie president lp ttIiRtted iertliuand lYN wi Hiunn of Illinois to bo consnl Qf the United it Cologne Uarmaqy Und Max Itotteliscfn of IuInots 0 be consul of Vhci United States at Itaruicn I Qernnxny South Carolina EJltorj ut theNaibYilleEL AfJHV sJenn1IB 8t About noon ye terday the South Carolina Editorial w8oeiatlon aHdladles accom panylag arrived on tlia aasoolatlona annual liesirsiosi Tho visitors wil- lremainieefevr dya J n n ARMS FOR TIlE CUBANS Ono of tho Most Successful Fii bustoriner Expoltloria That JlHi Ever Yet Sailed for Caba Fron I nent Onlea Number of Hen and a Heavy Cargo of Arm and Ammuni finn Succcufulljr Landed ViLMiNaroN N c May 81Tho Messenger prints a detailed account of tho loading of tho tug Alexander Jones and her departure with tho schooner John D Long on u ban filibusterIng expedition Tho fat wore obtained from a member of tin crow of the Alexander Jones which returned to port several days ago li story subS stantially is as follows On Thursday night MV 18 tho Jones took on a cargo of rules machetes rapidfire guns and ammunition at the wharf of tho Wilmington New born fe Norfolk railway In the southern limits of the city Before she had en tirely finished her cargo a report was started that officers wore approaching and that tRio revenue cutter Morrlll was getting up steam Taking alarm at tills tho Jones pulled out and started down the river at 1041 1barorailroad wharf was shortly afterwards towed out to sea by tho tug Jacob Brandon gotupaat tho revenue cutter Colfive On the schooner were Gen Nunez and another ontorof the Cuban army u Cuban pilot and Capt John OBrien of tho fihibustcrlugtug Daunt less At tho sell buoy they went on board the Jones anchored near by and Capt oxpc41U0nAJones to the Schooner and early Fri day morning the tug steamed to the south with her tow Tho Jacob Bran don returned to Southport On tIre way down the coast no port was entered but off Palm Beach on the coast of Florida 73 Cubans were taken onboard Tho Jones then towed the schooner to Bahamas and In the vlclu Hy anchored in the open sea on TuCs mornIngMayJOIn sight nod came alongside the Tones and tho schooner She coaled from tire schooner took a cargo of arms N from the Jones and with Capt OBrien in command headed for the Cuban coast about 00 miles away Site left the Jones between eight and nine oclock Thursday night mode a successful landing in Cuba near Matauzas and after an absence of 24 tours exactly returned to tRio Jones took another cargo of war ma tcrlal and started for Cuba Friday night On tho last trip Jen Nunez and the 03 Cubans left tho Jones and went on board the Dauntless accoai rtd1l vnneur lYlicS the Dauntiess leit with her second cargo tho Jones coaled front the schooner towed her off Cape Canaveral Fin and turned her loose She sailed buck and got into Southnort llirevalued at STHOOO and Is said to haveBbeen thu second largest cviir CubaNcrow re furred to says there Is no truth In timCstory that time Jones was chased tired ou by a Spanish war vessel TIme Jones never saw the smoke of such a war vessel while on her trip SOLDIERS HOMESi The Board of Almingon Qoluc Ou TheiroAnnuiil Inipcctlon Tour AYASUINOTON May 81TRio board of managers of homes for volunteer soldiers will ulcot hero next Wednes day and will soon start on tho annual tour of Inspection Of the homos The board goes first to tIle central branch at Dayton 0 thenco to the Marlon Ind branch to tRio northwestern branch nt Milwaukee the western branch at Lcavcnworth 1IliIthen to the Pacific branch at Santa Monica CaltNINE PERSONS KILLED And Twenty Injured la a 1unlo Ia a Church PISA Italy 11ay81itto official reoI port of the disaster at tho cathedral Saturday upon the occasion of the un veiling ofIIn Imago of tho Virgin when a candle fell setting fire to tho building and causing a panic shows third nine persons were killed and 21 others seriously injured Most of the victims are women and all of thorn residents of Plan Another Bridge Across Niagara NIAOAIIA FALLS N Y May i0An other new bridge Is to span Niagaras gorge It will take tho place of the upper suspension bridge and Is to be finished by April 1 hISS So much Is practically certain though the contract will not bo ayarded for two orIthrep days Met Death In a Voiding lied MottTiKLiEU Vt May 8fA folding bed at tho Union house closed auto tnatically during Saturday night while Harry Kendall aged 01 was asleep In it Ho was dead when taken out either from asphyxiation or heart fail ure Induced by fright MAJ CHARLES H GORDON An American Who Gave III Services andI Life to Cuba NEW YonK May 29Tho Herald pubI lishes details regarding Charles H Gor don an American alleged to have been killed In Cuba while with the Insur gents in the Clenfuegos Says the Heralds Col Charles Gor than disembarked In Cuba andI was soon to tho rank of major Ills remarkable shoOting at tho fight of Vista Ucrmosa In the of Havana astonished both time Spanishind Cuban Ho crossed the trocha and joined Macoo Macco promoted him for bravery In the OeM and thought so much oflilm that ho was selected as ono of tho tow to cross tho trocha In Ills company Gor don was wonndAl at tho santo time that Macco was killed tliettcr If McLauglillH Sentenced to th Uluilrii Kefarmatory NRwYontc May i9 Chester H fr n oneol the Valentino gftng of svludicriyhooleruloll by mcatif rtheUnlwdtenced to time Kliulra reforavatory j L JV SX SS S a yoV V A CttJB op TEW SOBscRiniKS Td r THEEEE I Cuts You a PtU13 iiii 1 j T4 If t k II GREAT TENNESSEE CENTErINIAL y v DIt4ft S L 0 NO2I s sllSs S SCs sees sisss sss s csseeeses 5 5 p5g5554 LACE CURTAINSf q11Buy your LACE CURTAINS at home Our Spring 1897 line is made up bf GEMS ry J 1 1 For Soc and75C per pair we show niVepatterns inX threeyard lengths See then v J V c15Fromto yard lengths For beauty these can 1otbe beaten at the same prices Twentyfive per cent discount on our 1896 LiCe1 Curtains SHORT PROFITS BIG VOLUME f2 5 r tWe guarantee our prices to be its low as those Irt peUYv any retail house in St LoUts Chicago t Yorkor any other city So sahe 4Cs expressage and leave your j money in your home market t I 1IJLLLLt WYOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT ITt 14oete4 s S S S III sse sssese eiIesesgess S s s DOUBLE HANGING rwo Negro Murderer Hwang OR In the ChicagO Jail CIIICAQO May 20fWm T Powers and John Lattlmori both colored were hanged In the county jail the first double execution since tRio hanging of the anarchists in 1887 and the first double colored execution over hold in Chicago Both men were cool and walked unassisted to the scaffold sayWin for the inurdcr of John J Murphy a saloon keeper by whom Iowers was employed as a porter Tha object was robbery John Lattlmoro and Henry Ituckcr were convicted of tho murder of Louis Marvee in the tower of tIm draining canal uear Summit NovcmberlO 18UO Rucker confessed LUll was given a 25 year sentence HOW THEY STAND hii5eotSVIa7 gunlsr rray av Following is tho standing of the league baseball lubs at the close oi ply May 30 Per Won Lost cent- ialIlmoro i 3 8 TO- 3ClDCinnUl 21 11 60- 4ittSburgh 18 10 an oston 17 12 tot Ulereland 17 12 54- ouisville 14 14 MM owYork 13 13 BOO Philadelphia IS Id 48- 1lro3kiyn 14 10 107 it SI 311 Washington V SO Sit StLouU 8 Bi 1W BeiillOIUclll Denial MAUUID May IIA semlotllclal denial j Is given of thu published state incnts that President McKinley has made overtures to Spain on the subject Cuba and it Is reiterated that It U Impossible for tho Spanish government i to accopt mediation in a question Which concerns Spain alone PLEADED NOT GUILTY lie lIsa OR With tlie Money and Was Caught with It Anyhow BOSTON May 28 Albert M King who fled from Boston last week with 630000 of the funds of tho lioylcston national bank In his possession was ar raigned before a United States commis sioner on a charge of embezzling lie pleaded not gulltytand furnished bond Ho will be held to Jho grand jury RAILROAD COLLISION Fatal Wreck on the Denver iii Itlo Grande Railroad In Colorado GRAND JUNCTION Col May 29Tbo Atlantic express eastbound on the Denver it Rio Grande railroad collided with a freight train near hero Tho engineer and fireman wore killed and several pl188ongeslnjurcd Gloomy Outlook for Greece LONDON May 81Time Berlin corre spondent of tho Dally Man says to dayFrom a Russian source comes news of a conspiracy against King George otI Greece far moro deeply rooted tuna was supposed There Is Indubitable evidence that Premier Rail and his colleagues in the cabinet are gravely Implicated In a plot to overthrow tRio dynastyThe Kolnlscho Xeltuug says that Greece will bo compellcdto pay a large Indemnity to reduce her army to UO 000 men and to give up her fleet TEN YEARS FOR JOHNSON- The Ixigaiiiport hid Hank Wrecker Sentenced to the Penitentiary IHDIAXAPOLIS Ind MavSO John P Johnson lath president and cashier of tho State national bank Transport was sentenced to ten years Imprison meat In the Ohio state penitentiary by Judge lIaker of the United States court for the district of Indiana There was no sensation and Johnson received the words of the Judgo without a tremor and Mrs John son who was present In the cQurt room listened without emotion I Pousse Pdtd v I And why not it ptepusucr as wellaa coffeepusher Its I far more necessary Do you o iuffei1 with dyspepsia Ayera- CathjrticPilha wilt cure yout Takes i PILL AFTER PIE t 1 a- Lr BEST TRAINS ITO Kansas City Montanar Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills rrrVlA St Louis or Chicago i VESTIBULED TRAINS v SLEEPERS DIKING GARS CHAIR CARS V MSfe4 CONSULT TICKET AGENT OR F M RUGGTRAV PASS n AGENT ST LOUIS MOt SPRING 1897r 09al paper and iindoW qaQes- I The largest variety designs i colors at the JNewest ever shown 1CountyPlease call in and bcon vinced at ADSISKSBOOK STORE MADISON VILLE KY sss4c44s S+ 44S WantedAn Idea g Protect Mns i thor m bring yo wealth Write JOHN WEDUEIIUORN ft CO Patent Alter eel WwblnRton 110 for their Juo oger- and now list cf one tbouaaud inventIons wtoted EXCURSION TICKETS VIA TilE Illinois Central iR fTO THE k TENNESSEE GENTENNIAL 10 v IAND- 6INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT I NASHVILLE For the above occasion tickets uillba sold by Ibo Illinois Central Railroad at varying limes rales and limits including a ticket on sale daily Rood to return unlll November 7 and including tlcketsjhaving limit of ttveoty day dayand soy en days For full particulars asto tyhjch of the above applies frotn your nearest Railroad Station In connection wilK the llIinolsCentral Railroad call on rad dress your nearest railroad Ticket Agent IVVM MURRAY Div leans Jass Agt Newrpr Jto A SCOTT Div lass Agl Memphis A H HANSON G P A Cbicago W A Kellond A G P ALouIsvllIe l- NEVVSnBiclentJyUMled BELMONT 1lAtedhiCsr n iarnisbingsaroNewi This Jloue Is Newt HJn I Everything FlistclM MADiSbNViLLkYt- EA rg onSt p rleIIES It 1 w w j rCLe eeI ILMOORl3ldltor and Aliiugcr 1 c 0 ia PUBLISHING Incorporated COMPANY 1 nmered Ibo PcitofSceit Btrlltigton a Second tCUllmailer fr YiSUBSCRIPTION RATES thle Year tIdct17Inadvnce ti oo Sis ombt1 I S 0 I Threeonlhl 2S Single 5- Specimen copies milled freo on appllculonbCorrespondents wanted In all e cjnntr Addrois ni for- THURSDAY particulars JUNE 3 1897 ANNOUNCEMENTS i STATE SSIUT- SROIIINSONWo are authorized to announce ai a candidate for State Senator front the counties of Hopkins and Christian subject to the action of the Republican partyBAKERWe are authorized to announce Dr E Madlaonvllle as II candidate for State Senator from the bounties of and Chi ittlan subject to the action of tbe Republican pI DL E GOSLEE has been formfjayaippointed Superintendent I t of thb Lakeland Asylum and Dr I DrM M Lively of Hart county L succeeds Dr Goslee as assistant TilE earthquake on Moridayjxyas Wtjn ten States of which number Kentucky was one No damage wasdone but tins is just a little reminder ol what old earth could do4leturned herself loose TilE month of May just is the coldest May on passedI Kentucky and the average temper ature for the month was about 61 degrees Buttl crops through gUtefheState are notwithstanding lC unfavorable conditions doing 1airlywelI Witt P SCOTT the newly ap pointed postmaster at Dawson is a hustling Republican and is well equipped to do good and active service Jor the tit tire triumph oft Hpuulican principles which he 4i has ever advocated privately and J fro iv the editorial chair and the platform Our con gratu jLtiqns7 Will r1 IT is gratifying to note that 7M moridl Day yas so generally rc l throughout Hopkins and Webster Counties TilE BEES pointsIwhere report the day appropiately celebrated at almost every point This speaks well for our people It is a beautiful custom that should grown magnitude with the prog ress of mankind THE report of the committee ap Academytupon the inauguration of a national thetThe main conclusion is that a pol icy of forest preservation is essen tial to the nations welfare because of the influence of forests in pre venting destructive spring floods and corresponding low water in summer and autumn The committee suggests the establishment 1ola permanent bureau of forestry and an annual appropriation of 250000 to sustain it and shows p how millions of dollars havebeen sp n1 1ri J bldpe in recent years in checking the floods dueto denuded mountain slopes Forest fires and pasturage ate the principal menaces to our public domain of forests in the Wests and these must checked Toilers kbull tin of the eleventh census just received tshows that the total number of people engaged in occu pations 6f all kinds in 1890 was 22735661an increase of over 5000000 working people in a dcc4e This whole number of working people consists of those ten years old and over and is more than 36 per cent of the entire pop I ulation and almost 47 per cent of all persons ten years old and over Over 17 per cent of the whore number of working ji ople are females Agriculture1 mining and fislierics jCinploy 9031331 maui factundg and mechanical indus tries j pgi93 domestic arid pe- rIsonal service including hotel 1keepers Soldiers sailors laborers 4 W+iiipU1 1 j t etc 4360577 professional 944 333 trade anti transportation 326122 9 Cuba The ruin of Cuba IS complete Englands consul genural in Cuba recently condensed thusituationin- the 1 following wordsrliTho pro tracted and desolating insurrection is fast reducing the once prosper peroUs and important island to a desert Money cannot be obtained at any rate of interest There are no buyers All are sellers and even pawnbrokers arc reluctant to make advances on goods The Cubans are in desperate straits Oppr ssion rapine and murder reign Spains policy has been one of starvation treach cry and annihilation The season of rains and fevers is upon Cuba now and the Spaniards cannot keep the field against such odds With the help huing given by Cuban sympathizers in this cOlin try and the aid of rains and the fc vers the Cubans have new hope It is true that Spain is trying to raise money to prevent Cuba from raising anything during the cum ing year but Spain finds she has raised about all the money she can command And then dont forget that Pres ident McKinley is deeply inter ested to see the end of this murderous war- Surface and Underground Farmers There are two kinds of farmers each as necessary to the welfare of the human race as the other The one tills the earths surface and brings forth grains fruits and vegetation that man and beast may live The other as truly farms the interior of Earth and is as impor tant an agent in the worlds progress and development The one braves the heat of the noonday sun the winters cold and storm that man rifay have whereof to cat The other braves the dangers of earths deep dark caverns where it is ever night and seeks out coal a nd metals and all the hidden wealth and treasure of Earth toiling as the prosper Are they not near akin and brothers the one toiling on the surface the other in the bowels of the earth and both for the welfare otthe racex Their toil brings life and prosperityand wealth to men and nations Iletus look lat UicinBwnrJ Hopkins county vvvherc by compar mon with many other sections our people have for years been and are nov so well provided The com mercial coal mines of Hopkins county produced nearly onefourth of the entire output of coal for the State The value of the coal alone that was shipped by rail from these mines was over a half million dollars Tobacco which is the chief crop of our agriculturalists was only a half crop last year and of inferior grade but its value to the county was more than one hnndred thous and dollars To this are to be added corn and other grains fruits vegetables stock etc Our peo pIe have not suffered greatly even in the trying times that arc past and their prospects are brightening The outlook for all crops is fairly bright With the miners the ma jority of them have received the same rate of wages that has been in effect for years and in some in stances where reductions were made for a time the old rate now prevails Good times are before us if we will only help to make them so all but the political demagogue and calamity howler agree If you have not decided to do what you canfor the good of yourself and your fellowman decide now and begin SUICIDE NEAR CROFTON Jack Armstrong a Well to do Farmer Takes His Life by Hanging Crofton Ky June 2 Special to THE BEEMrJack Armstrong a wel1to do farmer about two miles west of this place com mitted suicide yesterday afternoon by hanging himself in his barn About one = he left the house having instructed his son tq plow in the field and his fainily thought he had gone to the house of his soninlaw just across the farm Mr Armstrongs daughter had been out about the farm and returning about 530 came by the barn and discovered the horrible hangingfrom verydespondeptbe the cause of his suicide He leaves a urge family and many relatives to mourn his loss We do not believe there is a town of Earlingtons size within a hundred miles of Nashville that appreciates more or will patronize more liberally in the way of attendance the Tennessee Centen nial at Nashville Everybody is interested and talking about the goIfgetup a bhpr TIlE BEE and advantage our great offer of a free trip r ITIlE EXPOSITION Splendid Musical Attractions Jim Key the Wonderful Horse and BRIGHT NOTES OF THE CENTENNIAL The following notes of the Tennessee Centennial by a staff correspondent will be of interest to the many hereabouts who are pluming themselves for the great show Jim Key the Trained horse One very attractive feature of the Centennial is the trained horse Jim Key He is exhibited by his owner Dr Bill Key in the Negro building The history of Dr Key is very interesting He belonged to a well known family who lost everything during the late war Then he set his wits to work as well as his muscle and made enough money to redeem the homestead which he gave back to his master He also educated his masters three sons sending them to good schools Keystonelinamel1t out this section at the same time exhibiting a finely trained maro the mother of Jim Dr Key is ol a most generous nature A gentleman who knows him well said he would give a hundred dollars for charity without any hesitation Jim is remarkublc His master talks to him in an ordinary tone and the horse understands There are no tricks played For instance various pieces of money of different denomination arc placed on the railing around the Inclosure where Jim is on exhibition When asked by a bystander to pick up any one piece and put In the drawer he never fails to pickup the piece asked for Jim passes around the hat but is not persistent in his re quest for money He is exhibited without charge Onlookers give just what they wish Jim also distributes the mail There arc fifteen or twenty boxes in the little postoffice Anyone may ask for the mail by giving the number of the box and this won derful horse will get out the letter or paper in that box and bring it to the one who asked for it He re fuses to be sold says he is not sound and that his master is more able to keep him than any one else goes very lame in every leg when told to show the wouldbCpur chasers how spry he is then when all danger of a sale is over he trots around and confesses he was fool ing All this is done by nods and shakes of his head in answ r to questions Iir the center of the mclosure arc ropes of rabbits feet and a large case is also filled with them Dr Key when asked if these were left hind feet replied No right foo feet left hind feet keep you behind all the time Right foe feet bringA SI1IA New York man has an option on the horse the price is 10000 and Dr Key is to be engaged for six months at 100 per month to show the new owner if the trade is made how to handle him The Music Another very great attrac tion at the Exposition is the fine music The BellstedtBallenberg orchestra at the Auditorium Fischers Or chestra at the Womans Building and various private bands The most popular band is time BellstcdtBallcnbcrg and their au diences arc most enthusiastic Mr Herman Bellsted Jr is the accommodatingin magnificent cornetist and is always applausehenThe entire band play in perfect ac exquisiteTheirand comprises all hinds of music from classical to the popular airs of the day The dccnptivc pieces are very fine and arc hugely en Jriscompositions are always received applauseOnThe Director General March one Hellstedtscompositionsdedicated who fills the honored position of Director General at the Centen niatwas played for the first time und the applause was tremendous especially as the grand finale was Dixiea most delicate compliment to the South Centennial Note The grounds of the Centennial promiseforers attain their full maturity The Exposition guards arc most courteous to everyone The Chinese arq everywhere and are learning English rapidly The Government Building is very popular and is full ofall that interestingTueworthy of out Government The sealions are ofan exploring nature and take promenades about the grounds sometimes coming to griefThe Italian marbles in the Commerce Building arc beautiful as arc alsO the Russian enamels Vanity Fair is popular and the1 Turks in the Streets of Cairo rake in most of the suckles The fireworks are fine and arc viewed by large crowds The Womans Buildingas very handsome and is filled with the beautiful and useful work of worn ans hands Time Parthenon is most majestic and contains many art treasures The St Bernard exhibit is praised by all including the Govern ment officials who pronounce it One of the finest in the White City Great preparations are being made fpr the reunion of the United Confederate Vet ral1s June 2224 Ii S Was Growing Wors Liver and Stomach Troubles Too WoOk to Work Now Abio to Do All Her Housework I I raa under tho COM of a physlqhu for two ycRts and ho vraj treating mo for ctonmch nod liver troubles and fctnoto difficulties but 1 only grcw worao uhdcr his treatment I was w wenlc I could dc hardly any work I was at last Induced to try IIootle Smol rllll1 and tTArJI Pllla find Ihwo rafdlchioa have done htol no iarll good that I now weigh 112 pouiidj and cm able to do all my houso vcr I t1nIy bellcTo hhollld havebtiotii Ju 107 ernvo today If it had not or- lIoGdt Baranpnrlhld My little girl wn- u1flketLdth plititleld Icoto horiloods Bartaparilln nnd It nn8 relieved hercMM II 8 IlACTKn 701 y Avcnns Knbsvllto Tennessee LJ1l 00narlUaIs llio tit li tact the Ono True mood rurlflqr At till tlriiffilsU Ho euro to pet HoaiJjHj euro liver I1H easy tA take Hood S PIHS easy tool rnlc SScenti REPUBLICAN TICKET Webster County For Representative CHARLES IL EDWARDS For County Judge J V POOLE 1 For Connly Clerk T T MORRIS ForCounty AttorneyIi DAVID DROWNING For Superintendent of Schools i G NANCE I 1 For Assessor W H BRYANT For Jailer JJ CURRYr WEBSTEUNTYNEVWhat gno- ur Sister County it SOME INTERESTING BIOGRAPHIES I The Men Who Bear the Repulili can Banner in the County Fight t 1 I REPUHLICAN POSTMASTERS IN OFfICE ilj WEBSTER COUHTY BIFAKTUEMT Conducted br Pavin UIOWKINO DUOK Kv BIographical 31897EDITORThinking it might be of some interest to your readers have decided to give you a short biographical sketch of our Republican nominees for county offices Charles F R Edward Our nominee for representative was born on the banks of the classic Crab r liard where he grew to manhoods estate attend goodthonestpelled to educate himself Erom early childhood Mr Edwards felt A strong burning desire to be thoroughly educated and by dhHofhJrtl I I J t O anu irugalttya accn Jutal a sufficient amount to pay his board and tuition at the Providence M 1 F Academy whero he took the run academic course and became one of the leading public profession Charlie as he is called by his friend is severely honest and is richly endowed by nature both in bead and beart Ip U about 20 years old an able and ready de baler and will be more than a mitch for his opponent Should he be elected this county will be honestly and ably reprer seined in the next legislature J V Poole J V Poole of Pooles Mills is our nominee for county judge Ho was born in this county about 38 years ago He is thoroughly educated being a college gradu ate and is perhaps the best educatedman in Webster county and is a man of ubsual native ability By his indomitable rage and untiring labors he has forged bI way to the front and be stands today the lead Ingeducator in our county where we bave so many worthy and excellent teachers Mr Poole is eminently titled fortlie position of county judge and be stands a splendid chance of winning for he is very popular and will pot only get bis party strength but from present indications draw largely from the party of hiiadv- ersary T T MorrU our nominee for County Court Clerk Is one of tbe most deservedly popular youpg men in Ibis county He too is a of Webster county having been borrfceac Vandersburg By his own efforts he sable to secure a good education and became one of the leading public school teachers of tbe county which professiOn fearagolarge drygoods establishment fI Kt Givens Sonof Providence Ky The man Mbrrlil1behave to get up early hustle all day aid sit upwith the boys late at night Mr Editor I see that this article kget ting too long so with your permission I willcontinuothij next week Yours etc WEp DIXON Let us have a candidate for State Sen ator About onehalf of the tobacco crop Is already set Prof I M Mahan went to Sturgfs last Monday Jailor Thomas Page and wife worshiped at Rock Springs Sunday lila sid that Given anC A Doris areparticutarly load of butlefmilU Mr Thomas Watson of Henderson was hero several days last week lalk ttup- the McCormick harvesting machines Miss Ida Polly is visiting friends and relatives in the country tb s week Mr F M Baker and daughter Miss Blanche went to Evansville Monday Mrs Islaah visited in Henderson county last weekIMr V D Rayborn went to Sebreo last Monday Mr Gus HardwickVoIMcLean is visiting his father AlrC C lIar1wick of this place Mr V Perkins of Sebree was bore Monday on Jegal business x Mrs Dr Rice and Miss Effie Rid6 are visiting in Stprgis this week i KJadlcreek fishing MrA W Money received lia cofmir thePostofficeDr It L Hardwick and family will move to Mt Vernon lpd to make it their permanent borne Esq L l While of the Clay country was in town last Saturday ilefofProvldencSulton of Sebree Was ia lawn last Friday y Rev W W Wyrins preached the fiitf erals of Mr Mrs Joseph McMulIinitt Shllo last Sunday Mr George Monk of Vanders rji I U Sunday evenIng in DIxon George ays henceforth he will drive atound in- tead of over cattle on the highway es pecially when ho has bis best girl with him Mr M G Frederick of Lisman was in town last Thursday Six young men ol Free Union under took Jast Sunday night to take in the town JudgeDakerabd eacboftbemifOn last Friday Mr James Herron and Miss Cora Taylor of Free Union were married while seated In their buggy at the residence of Rev Jeff Taylor Thescontracting parties have our Mr A Tinder of Slaughtersville vtsn tbe i Craborch rd country several days ast week looking for tobacco Mr Samuel Matthew Armstrong is bay a ing chills poor boy Mr J W Cavanih and Overby Brostcontemplate going into business at kersburg in tbe near fdturo Mr CaVanah baviatbeenfor about three years and Overby Bros are industrious bustling men who have a host of friends and we predict for them a successful future Mr Rice Llsman hasJust returned from Auburn Ky where be has been attending school Weiladlyribte IhaJ MrJ H Yateswbo has been seriously ill now convalcscent MrC C Hardwick and tamily are In Nashville this week attending the Cenlen nial Exposition Mr Steve Wallaces house In Clay was consumed byfire t Sunday night Loss estimated at 900 Insurance on bulldlnlI and furniture S7oo The Origin fire is unknown A real mad dog vas killed here last Fri day evening by MrV M Jenkins Mr Gasten Teague of Providence was on his way to Dixon when about four triiles from town he met a dog that attracted his atten tion by bltlrig his dog and he determined to ascertain if possible if the dog was re ally mad and rode along behind it until it had a fit and then turned toward Dixon Ha followed it and tried to get a gun af each housebe passed bnt could not with Jut losing sight of the dog He called Mr Jenkins out who shot the dog as it passed house POOLE Memorial services drew a largo crowd here on Saturday and would have been a very enjoyable time had it not been that the the crowd turned it from its solemnity to a scene of gaiety It speaks well for a people for them to visit- lbe graves of their loved ones on Memorial Day when they go from tbe grave yard to the dancing floor it says that they are like our modem selfbinders they can be made to cut high or low without stopping the machine Profs Poole and Hicks are getting along splendidly with their Normal making the work thorough as well as interesting Rev Kiser tbo pastor of the M E Church assisted by Evangelist Smith will hold protracted meeting at this place be Inning the first Sunday in June There certainly is a great opening here for work on these lines Our new ock p is now ready for occu pants shining forth in its newness as a warnlngto those who are inclined to be boisterousSeveral of our citizens are to go to Nash ville at an early date They do say that Uncle John and Aunt Mary would not go to the Decoration Saturday They are too old to dance any howIt is said and we believe it is true that W W Stone preached a ne sermon Saturday Rev Stone is a coming mm as well as one of onr best looking preachers and we are glad to say that be is now a citizen of Poole liLli Poole has ordered a new thresh daloWtnJohn lisman Is one ot our cleverest prettiestdweiiinglafter his chickens and flowersa sad thing It maybe new to some to learn that our candidate for judge is now enthusing over a oew boyas future republican voter Perhaps successor of sire in the Judicial chair Two men late of Trigg county near here were arrested and handed over to the Trigg authorities lo answer charges against them We have an appledemlc of rheuma tism just now Several of the cotton mill girls were out Saturday Uncle Billy milh takes a very pessi mistic view of the law and order situation just now Miss Eloer Stephens received another letter from her cousin Onie twbo is a prisoner at Havana Cuba He says that his rations are both bad and short He entertains some hope of being liberated soon Onie a few of life in this community His father Is an old native S S SHELTON The farmers are very busily enga ged in planting tobacco those have plants and will finish this season Tbe plants are very scarce In this sedtlon and al you tan bear of tbe farmers is Where can I get a plantsMessrs VIit Holtanci Chas Johns of lookingdlerofsheep from Esquire W L Hearin- jbln Milton Sigler was here Friday and ordered one of F A Ames Cois handsomest buggies through H SSbelton golagMr Wise of Corydon was here Satur day working in the interest of the Continental Insurance Company of New York FloydOglesby1 Messrs Oglesby and F jSigler wfentlo Morganfield Saturday Mr Robert Heatin of Hearin was here Yednesday Mr W R Jenkins of Union county was here Saturday on business Mr J H Herron went tii Dixon Wed oesddy TheFoot of a Fly ialianemlnent English doctor fwlU tarry p bonto infect t houi ctpecallytudei ire infgcted fall ill die I multitude Thcsc mcfiengers of mJicfilefdo hotwjit for mIllions Why not I Jlccausethcysrcjmealthyand strong prqrcteuIas scrocodileIs g last kim ihot is the w ak the wasted tht ihinbjqodcd who fall J thoie who haverfip rciitlvelpower0 that a sudden cough orcQIJ develops Into graver dIsease We hear oftxlBg disease l Why not catch health 1 We can do it y tw ys rnltnainlng 9 ir aelthy- Wigbt C d1M pfCddliyMQi M condensed nourishment forl for the building up of the system fa resiit the attacks of diaeucI ItshoiiJ be takes i reasonable dosc all spir cr 10 yall those whose Wel below the iAtdara of health fypifjire lafJB igKWBd ffy a bottle sow t f ss by f1IJ 4ragts4s 1 aM S- L k Mr Cherry ol the Webster County Record was here Thursday on business Mr Ed Duncan ot Ltsman was here FridayMr James Shoulders has a sick child Mrs MatP lley who has been very low for some time is improving SuccestO TilE IJE- SSLAUOHTERSVhILE READER Henry Dqris of Dixon was jn the city Monday Dr Will Cosby of Vandersburg was here Monday Robert jakson of Dixon was on our Monday Tom Vaughn of Sebree was here Monday Rev O L Rickard of Crofton preached good sermon at the Methodist Church Monday night Dr Hoffman of Madisonville was in he city last week Frank Carlisle of Belcort was hero last Saturday Dock Springfield of Sebre was in the city last week Prof Mahan Wiley U rooks and wife passed through the city last Friday en route to their home in Dison They had been to the Centennial at Nashville Representative I G Nance has re turned from Frakf rt and can be seen al- most any time at his farm three miles northwest of this place Rev John Shadrictc of this place is at tending the normal school at Poole Huston Parker of Sebree was In lh6 city Saturday B R Townsend ot the Vandersburg country was here Saturday Dr H H Whllson O L Coffman I T Ingram and H S Oakley spent a few days last week on Green river fishing Last Thursday night our town was alarmed by the cry of fire About ia oclock tbe coal and general warehouse of J W Ogden was discovered to be on fireS The flames were under such headway the fire could not be checked The loss is es timated at hoo no insurance The farmers of this locality are In good spirits We have had a good rain and almost every one has planted some tobacco and some are through planting Tbe most ot them say that they think they will get good prices for what they raise on their lulUs this year but we have some about us who would not have prosperity return during the present administration were it in their power to prevent it MORTONS GAl Captain Slut and Gatlin brothers are in Evansville canvassing for Hols percentage book lien T Robinsod and sons spent Mon day in St Charles Mr Gee M Davis and wife and Mr M Cain and attended memorial services at Madisonvflls Sundayh Quito a goodly number from here at tended the basket meeting at New Hope SundayMrs lien T Robinson and sons and Mrs J E Williams were in Crofton Sunday visiting friends and relatives Dr Bone of Madisonville made a pro fessional call near the Gap Sunday Mrs Fannie Stedham rice Miss Fannie Morton of Nashville is at present vIsit- Ing her parents near here Miss Mary Morgan of Madisonville is the guest of Miss Arrie Lovan Mr J IL Tratban and family of Madi sonville were in Mortons Gap Monday Several of the members of the K of II visited Madisonville Lodge Tuesday night and at the close of the meeting we ac cepted an invitation to a strawberry and ice cream supper for which we extend our heartiest thanks one and all R W Williams and wife visited rela- tIves near Mannlngton Sunday Our Sunday Scbopl Is sthliclimbing wIth I tucruase or 35 In weeKS Thinks to the patrons for interest manifested Alphonse Coenen was struck by a brse Monday evening and he is suffering con siderably from tbo lick Think it Is not serious Messrs A W Davis and C S Jacksoo were in Earlington Sunday evening Never mind the flivor bring on your creamr Douglas Clark of Madisonville was in Ibe Gap AJonday ST CHARLES Mrs T R Finley went to Gresnvllle last Monday Taylor Cranor was in town on business last Saturday Gabe Jennings went to Princeton last MondayE Sisk made a trip up in the Norton ville country last Sunday speatlastSLee Hart and Pete Slaton of Mortons Gap were here last Monday Clyde M Nisbet of Madisonville was in town on business last Saturday James and Volney Sick and their familiesattended the services at the Good Hope church last Sunday Mr G T McEuen of Manitou nnd Mrs E R McEuen of Earlington visited relatives here last Sunday Miss Phronia Murphy left here list Saturday for Pensacola Fla to be wilb her sister Mrs D H Klusmier who is sick with Typhoid fever Onr town authorities have mads some rather extensive streetS improvements dur ing1 the last few weeks Our streets are in better condition now than ever at any time since the incorporation of the town Mr and Mrs Hines of Fours tainett Ind are visiting tbe family of Mr Jno Spingter The good ladles of our town gave a strawberry at the residence of Mr W C Jenkins on last Friday night to raise money to repair tbe town ballItw- ns a success financially and otherwise Memorral Jlay was observed at this place last Sunday The town people tofrom every direction turned out CornetDandmarched to the C P cemetery and after appropriate ceremonies they decgraled the graves of tbe heroic dead NoTolluo fur Ipfty Cent weakUSonatrongblood CROFTON Mrs Nannie Horefield and child ren of friendshereMrs tarlelgh Williams of Mortons Gap is visiting her father here Ibis week Three negroes broke into 4be house of Math Croft Wednesday and stole a pistolII rarorand a paiof pans Wlllial11Westand a watch Property valued at 15 veythit1RVetlt emptyhaway running bvef4rsE E Earls throwing her against a house She was very hurt Rev Burnett delivered a memorial set mon to the GA R Post In tbe Chris tlan Church Sunday Memorial Day was celelebrated here lIesJroulleJlolned procesloQtocbocelBelery at Penitentiary delivered the bytovcrowd js estimated at from jjoo tq aboo tholrbOrntamed all who would partake oftlteir1004 cheer TMr doors were and r their- tables laden with goodtblnpA special choir which had drilled for tb occasion l fsandoJ A WALKER TWYMAN rWest eftRblNQTON KY A complete AL g Castiifgs0 AND 1 Repairing Roofing and Guttering Skyhigh in quality and prices dirt cheap j A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE 1RYIINT STlllluollll1NESOOL1EE I 7 33rI1 Year LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0 2 mantaua JVorsttUlos 0 Mo duirI o LMm 7 BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TElEBRtfHY PENMA1SllW Vnojuattd IutlUtafi lotaUng OraJwXtf In Lucrative Situation Rates Very LOWi 1 J l cvccail Wool VVqoH l SHIP YOUR WOOL TO t jM SAJBE I 8t SONSj233 and 235 E Market Street LOUISVILLEKY YIJEstablished In 1856 Wo aw the largest dealers of Wool In the Southwest andlih pers will receIve the highest yatue for theIr wool from us We hasulte all wool our own account You have no commissIon to PlY for selling Write to us We ci furnish sacks to parties who will ship to us J i1f 4 c z OJCJo O k1 IY 1 BICYCLES 1 INORWOOD OUTING I 7iin Stock I 1 I l ITires Inlated Free of- Charge JIIjJIarrangements entered can at reduced prices fully covered by guaraf X and see before North of S M BOHRMNEMAD- ISONVILLE I KY 1 O N l zv isrisn 9 ThING- MAT THE Bernard Stores Stocks arc greater and fresher than ever This Seasons buying was to combat the times however Hardi New Shoe Styles Our large and excellent stock of Shoes is proverbial Honest values always No shoddy goods But we now have unusual variety and quantity in Shoes for everybody Wc can please both you nnd your purse White Goods and Washable Fabrics That all women can appreciate Come early and get the prettiest and best India Linens Djmitics Lawns Percales etc ip cndjcss variet- yEallC3TDIcss Goods Stacks of Fabrics of the Fashion World whidh Dame Fashion has ap proved this spring are here Bright new stuffs every ya dnnd each a peat bargain All sorts of Dress Goods both Col ored and Bfacic Silks in great variety for Shirtt WaJstS y INNERSj L Main Street of Railroad L Stock Stoves so TINWARE ETC P Kept A dlvi h i1 SPI dl I EqulppN Rspilr I si I soldyiffgreatly though Call him purchasing side Square eHfRbe j 1 Me QF THe St succcsfu4yp1annad d Big Sale 1 l IWclmavepurcnase of a complete line of Ladies Muslin Underwear and will sell at 1 prices you have not seen before cheaper than you tcan make at lionle j1 1 Parasols and i Umbrellas f e The newest rind prettiest conceits in Silts protectors Fine Umbrellis and Urn k7 brcllas not so jinerall at remarkably Iqw prices I i S Cudalis iid t i CHfliit BoMSr v I If there is window omra door in the dining room parloraanywhere jn the hionseijiat needs curtain ing you will fjnd wjiat yojj want ia jo ir stock of Lace CurtaiMScrhms Drapery Wpri3erf Ully lowpriced II 1 Laces iibiideryHP H tf16f ii i b HfuJ JtternMtbaJ Is the VCrdtciJIeySP raimrJt j exquisite S f 1 i 2 y Atythrng else you nccdorwantat teIitIBernard eriera18t re L r 0r z lC1 9i w L TT J 3 I ftrr e t3ee L It13y JtlbustnJ lye Qldue A I N TIME TABLE Effective May 36 1897 S r 1 IGUIB SJLI Lv Se Louis 811 am Bjspm- rJ Iv KvaRIIIe tIO p m 6oopm jijarat Iy llcndenon 238 pm Gtopm sumLviSekrt e w 307 pm f pmLvIIlKont I I Mtonvlllo 3fl P tn 447 a m hvKrllnctOfl j 4 oa p m 710 p m 459 a m 1 LVf Morton 4tS P Nortontlllo 421 p m jigain I 11 llonklnivlllo SoU p m 816 pm 007 urn J Jr Guthtla 358 P In Lv Hathrl oo 611 P 11 847 P m 6jiam l Ar Nohvlll 80S pm into p m 840 I m NOKTH I NoS4Ivm Tr Guthrlf 139Jn 9l a m 9 II p u Lv Ji8fokIMYlHo p4 Iam 1018 a m 9jjpm i 1010 mil 05 am 103911m Iv MonoM Lip 1627 a m 1113 allLv JiailliHtton 1033 a m itit am lajipm 1r Madlnontlllr 046 a m 1138 a ru floG pin Lrlltnion lojam itjiamLv Sulhlli i 1103 a in iioj p in I storen 2117 a In ILSD pm LY t IIHtnon SIea rn u SS P m uioam Ar KrMVHI 1110 pm M p In 1140 illArttL Hfov 5 tpm 7oam Ar CWc in 8 a m Nol 01 and 91 wllltop t Mfidlionrlllo and fitldlo lake on and let off paucnger to and romChlc2110 and polott norlti of Urantvllla HrlIIItolllaEA fapVIDtNCI ACCOMMODATION DAILY iicirr SUNDAY fiiam LT ProrMfnceAr 7jjpm 6ioiin LT Nebo Ar Oujjprn 6SSfl18LY ManltouAr 610118 7amLvMadIionIIIAr 6oS p m- uamAr Earlln ton su p m lIosaAILvWdllonYlll Ar ijopm tpm6sga rawi lvI1anaon Ar 434 P m bLiain iLir SIlbIOrc for 47pn 9031111 Lv Sobreo i zopm I030 am LY llcnderion Ar jtopm 1030 am Ar Evaonllla LT 14jpm 4 d tT1METALEIICI1Ifl A W W BTIIRIDQB Agent Effective May 6 1897 5NORTII BOUND IDS Nolf No titOtlcani 650 p m 000 a m LTMcmpbii 7ijoam BljpmL- vLFnltoti i opm itsiopm finoa m lTIiJocab 131 pm iijam 800 a ml ITV Princeton 440 p m tte8 a m 937 a In LyNoitonIIie pm 335 a m 10SO a in Lv Central City ajo p In lag a m 1113 p m- Ar Ioultrllle IOSS P I 300 a nl Jiijpm AnClnclnnill 640 a m 113 j tn t SOUTH BOUND No 101 No 103 No 111 LClncinnitlsiopm 13 pm IjjpnvLrlv Loultrilte jjo a m 7iopm B oam pmLYIv Princeton 1018 a In 1116 a in 405 pro or Mem I yo P m so a In Ar Maw Ouleina loam 700 a pittAll Iraini ran ctallrNtttOand Vetllbuledlrtln gal flihled with Poll i nan llutfet Slrrpon and Fret KccllnloK Chair Ctu between Cincinnati mat New UrleaniTralna ioi and 103 alto run tolld between Cincinnati and New Oiletflmtirrjlnslullmsn Ilntfel Slreperi y Dieclconn cllont made at all Jincllon polntt I A II HANSON C P and T A 1 enings1tJrL i0Otber Doing l Home WortbyI LJJfr V i iI SpeW Mention J 2 zMaster Edward Rule returned Monday to school at Bowling Greeifnrftof ft pleasant visit to his parents here P The Reading Circle was much 7q icp1etcd Friday ucning by the wholesale exodus of its members to tic Tennessee Centennial if 11ras hasI i Iecn years Y their annual celebration this yearI 1 fantl as the 4th oT j conies on SSiinday lucy havb selected Satur Clay July 3 Look out for the nills f 11 z T soon Mart Long came home from Piltshurgli Kas to attend the tF GeorgesMart4P 2t with men He may decide to rc lU tin in Earlngton I Mr Howard White Mining En I gtlleer for the St Bernard Coal Company left yesterday for a visit tp in Pennsylvania where Jin will three weeks or more twilhjkindredLandiriends Mr fVVhito has been in Earlington scarce a year but has a host of T friends 10 Coyje of Mortons Gap 1 popular young man of i will in the near future ac 1Jsp t1 one Mss Anna Furgu t1 of the Hon Robert 1t to parts of the celestialt fz globe unknown where their hearts will by divine authority beat as tt 4F 1onn May their journey be one of i fIc ltnsure and succcss crown them 1 forever Hopkiftsville Banner sfThe Jolly Workers met with 1 Miss Inez Dean on last Thursday evening The meeting was unus 141 ually interesting as each member4 4 was on the proRrarrj Ati unex ic pccted feature Qrt meeting was I a poem road by ono of tho memo hiers written by Herself which ciuscd qUito a flow of cpmpli I 1 I inunts as ihe s cUtyha r hithurlo IHHMI ignorant of the Tact that 11 Z pccid1o4jnthc circle ia r 1 A merry party of picnickers from i il ley came to Earlington Friday I List and spent the day in the park and fishing and beating on Loch Hfe Mary The fish dd ngj fite much II hH r wIi1 Inttcr aM JhiUThe mcpic Was enjoyable and the folks S ard doo appA l iltcsorlhcii bountiful dinner Conic again and often friends if chiihI9I DECUllTIO DAY Ceremonies Impressive and Beau tiful at Madlsonvllle and Barlington Sunday was a beautiful day ant most beautiful and appropriate were the memorial Day services a t the burying iounds of Earlington and Mfidisonvillc Tho Pythian Knights of Atkin son Division Uniform Rank and and Victoria Lodge both of this place led in the services at the Earlington Cemetery Sunday morning The line of march was formed at Masonic Hall in the fol lowing order Earlington Cornet Baud Victoria Lodge Atkinson Division Uniform Rank K PIchoir and citizens The graves of departed Knights Fletcher Stevens Clifton McGary wereformallydecorated by Mayor W F Burr and Mr Jesse Phillips both of whom aretmembers of the order The choir sang with the spirit and earnestness that characterizes singers and the cere monies wercThipressivo and beaustiful Many citizens had ie r parted ones to remember ittids flowers HI great profusion were hisbedthe firm hope of immortality nndn future reunIondAt MadlonlIIorIn tho to Madisonvillo and Old Soldiers KnightsTemplar t HopkinsCountypropriate exercises at the graves of 2friendThe line of march formed on therpublic square about 230 Madisonville Cornet hand headed the procession Next in line was David Goad Post No 37 G AwR j then came Holcman l Company E State guard Morton IeMndisonvilleA M Madisonville Command fiThisbut a special dispensation was c 11TemplnrArriving at the Odd Fellows ceme jlthedrawn lines in front 11speakersdelivered n most doquent and learned address to which Mayor Molcman responded in a fuwd words The various orders proceeded with the decoration of the graves of their dead with beautiful ceremony and touching speechC and many beside were the and quiet devotions performed by those who had no part in the pomps and ccrchiony that held sway soldierly and knightly recognitiont of the life deeds and trheant and beautiful and the city of the dead blossomed as it had nc cr done beforewthe day was the decoration of the Confederate dead at the hands of he Grant Army men The mem bers of the Confederate Veterans c Association were scattered bein members also of various other orI lcnotmonies p Card of Thanks We desire to return our heart felt thanks to the many kind friends in Earlington who showed such sympathy to us in the deathv and burial of our brother Geo Long Especially we thank thefladies and gentlemen of the tishyou mother have shown the bereavedh fffColeRobertson Yesterday morning train No 53fbore away Conductor Arthur and Miss Effie M Robertson to the fateful town of Springfield Tenru where so many Kentucky young people join their lives for better or fthatceeded to the friendly city of Nashville which is opening wide c its doors for tho of multitudes and not a few Newlyweds Joy go ivihithemhThere Is more Catarrh In Ibis section of Ibo country than all other diseases put to gether and until tbfe last few years was supposed to bo Incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to curo with local treatment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarth lo bo n constitutional disease and therefore n q nraq conititUh tlonaj trealrnrnl Ilnlln manufactured by F J Cbepoy Co 10I kilo Ohio III the only consiltuUonul cure oniWo market It Is taken Internally in doses from ten drops lo a teaspoonful Ii nets directly on the blood anti mucous Mir faces of sliP s slem T0Y offer one Imnfdred 4nlUr fafiny casb fails lij Sent for circulars and estlmonlala Ad dress P J CIIBNBV Co Toledo O Sold by DruBajIi 7S Halls Family Pill nro the be l 0 I Mr toy Blanks and aLrelrftivcs in Mortons Gap Sunday 1 t S ANDY riiSfic J CURECOHSTIPATIOM r oJ ia sJ DR I5- Tlr r J1h It it I P haaenrmatIpritre Caari aria lIeiIkI fain 4IUl t ILu r rrrnlpMllrllltrII riINqaUI SAd I It I ac Sr if Ink initrr f W Or c nW S rY I I DROWNED IN LOCIf HfflY George Long Palls in a Pit from a Stump PlshlngI Alone riliSTCASUALTV IN tilE LAKES HIStOKY Saturday about ic oclock George Long on Earling LochMary eveningItho had one favorite place from vouldtSaturdaYnighti JoeGoughStokes went out to find him They theyIand found his dead body in about hree feet of water not far from where he had put his rods and lines in order for thu tramp home Long was subject to fits and it is- lulite certain lie was pvettakcn by uch an attack perhaps about Ihieiime he had promised tb return it ppcr This is the first casualty in the istory of Loch Mary with all the- ishing rowing sailing bathingi and skating that has ulged in for a number of cars by peopleointerred in the Earlington ccmc ery Monday afternoon at 5 oclock firs Berrlgan Mrs Dennis Bcrrigan died Wednesday afternoon 1 une 2 1897 at 00 oclock after an illness which ad extended over a period of manyIduring which had suffered several attacks andfhad been lying in a critical for several weeks Paralysis as tnc affliction which ended her ifetwas enny county Ireland August 15 830 Her maiden name wasa Margaret Oriicl With her rst husband John Victory she ame to America 1867 and hoaated in Evansvillc Ind wherey er husland died within onths Shortly after his death I she removed to Earlington wither children Within a few years ite married Dennis Berrigan her resent husband who survives hercShe leaves three children Mrs M Gllro Jno M Victory and Jamo Victory with whom the ear old ladys multitude of friends feel deepest and most sinccr pathy in their great loss symi Mrs Berrigan was a devout a sympathetic kind big hearted woman who impressed everybody as being thoroughly friendshipsEverybody hat her useful life is ended Requiem Mass will be held at hc Catholic Church of the In maculate Conception Friday morning at 8 oclock and the interment ill take place immediately alter ards at the Catholic Cemetery Wedding Announcementc Wednesday June gth at 4 it 2clockand hour set for the marriage of E A Chatten of EarlingtonC and Miss Lillie The ceremony will take lace at the residence of Mr J H pcrlormedbychurch They will leave the samep evening for Nashville and Tennessee Centennial on their wedding journey Dr Chatten has a cot age on Main street jn arlington n or the reception of his bride ands their home will be with us as hisK iomc has been in the past ehalf of the Doctors many friends ii BEE extends to his bride a earty welcome with best wishess or their future happiness Mr T D Walker Worse Mr T D Walker everybodysB and beloved by community who has been for many weeks confined at home by a par tial paralysis has been stricken again and is lying in a Very criticalS condition He is as been so since Saturday night and his friends despair of his re overySj Born There is aft e s new boy at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Bud Starks Mr and Mrs Albert Robinson arc also happy over the arrival of another bouncing boy in their household Died Mrs B D Vaughn Sunday evening about 730 dqlock at her home in Earlin tori after an ill ness of some weeks The remains wero taken Monday morning to Clay Webster County for intert ment Mrs Vaughn was a Chris tian VQiTI a n = n of theI Baptist Church The numerous s fthQ family sympathise deeply with Mr Vaugli great loss 4 Masonic Fish Fry q1MS Pottit P G MM of Qwensbaro Wilt niftkc public aldiese3 at ti Grand Masopip Fisfiffy nt iock port Qhia cQuntyc y3 June 3 1897 One fare for round trip un the Illinois Central railroad from Louisville Qwensbciro Greenville and points between Home Jotirr al Itthosyilcm is fortified by Hoods Sar jnparilja whirl makes rich red bluod lliTc U lilln dnfirof Eirincsi rrl E R McEuen left Mqn day for tim Centennial to Curo Ooiutlimtlbii Vofeitt erJtoM mt 5 tt 1 S nc K P Election Victoria Lodge No 84 Knights of Pythias held their semiannual election on Monday evening arid selected the following officers for the ensuing term Theo Watts C C Gao Farnsworth V C J W Robinson K R SJ B EthicridgeM JnoHoganrOG- A Point to Remember If you wish to purify your blood you should lake a medicine which cures blood diseases The record of cures by Hoods Sarsaparllla proves that this Is the best medicine for the blood ever produced Hoods Sarsaparllla cures the most stub born cases and It Is the medicine lor you 10 take If your blood is Impure Hoods Pills are the best afterdinner pill assist digestion curt headache 25 cents Died JTat her home in Bar esley after an illnes of about two years Her remains were interred in the Earl ington cemetery Sunday afternoon The Grandest Remedy Mr R D Greeve merchant of Chit consumphon medical treatment that money could pro ure tried alt cough remedies ha could bear f but got no relief spent many nights silting up In a chair was Induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery and was cured by use of two bottles For past three years has beenattending to business and says Dr Kings New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made as It has done so much for him and also for others in his community Dr Kings New Discovery s guaranteed for Coughs Cold and Con- umption K dont fail TrIal bottles ree at St Bernard Drug Store Some young fellowSat Barnesley Sunday forgot the law against cJisI turbing public worship and later figured in the police court to the tune of several shekles Liquor nd public worship do not work harmoniously together boys if oti must drink better stay at home nd have somebody to look after otI EYalTbfMlr IlAJ 80 CascarcU Candy Cathartic tho must wonderful medical of Uio ago pleas I ant nnd retreabLngto tho taste tct gently aad posItively on liver and bowels Uanslng tho onUro colds urt headache fever Habitual constipation I and blUoulnOH Please buy and try a box or o c0 toilay JO 25 W coats Soul anti guaranteed to euro by alt druggists Mr T J Hunt of Hunt Bro oal merchants Memphis Tcnn s spending a few days here the guest of Mr Jno B Atkinson Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular We sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than of all others combined write Messrs Kerr Sons druggists of Mars Pa The sale of It Is something phenomenal We have sol rtp0rgTOsTtnlr winterselling as high as six bottles in one morning 10 as many different customers This remedy has proved particularly suc cessful In croupy affections Our custom ers In variably pronounce it the best they an find and we know ofno case where has failed to give entire satisfaction 5 ando cents per bottle at St Ber nard Drug Store Earlinglon Den T Rob Mortons Gap George King St- harles The Knights Templar of Madi sqnvillc Commandery No 27 will meet in called conclave this after no nat 430 oclock for the pur ose of conferring the Red Cross and Templar degrees linn Tutu i IrIlIlod Sumli 1 4ur Ufe Ails 10 iiilt UiCurco raIl unit luruver tin InWtlie lull i if Illo nervu iinJ Vluor take IIU ttiituniulcrwUrktr lliUt muUc weak men tiring All clrusuUtu Uk or VI Cure guaran Ilboklct unit Bumplo free tUlrcss tcrilng Itctncdy Co Chicago or Now Yorki Weddings now are popular and numerous They all go South ome to Springfield but all to Nashville Bucklena Arnica Salve Thobest Salvo la the world for Cuts ruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains postively guaranteed to give satisfaction or oney refunded Price 25c per box For ale by St Bernard Drug Store The family of J T Bell attended a basket meeting near Empire Sunday Sutherland GagloEyo Salvo is new and origl allristlootpackago and medical qualities It Is perfectly harmless contains no lead and Is a guaranteed cure for gran ilia Lcd lids sore eyes or styes For sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlingion George King SlCbarles Messrs A W Davis and Chas G Jackson of Mortons Gap were in lime Sunday evening Yucatan Chill Tonic r The Erral reliable and popular Ionic nnlipetioUfc and febrifuge It Breaks the chill and prevents III return strengthening Im ptjionl and ilvus healthy tone and viworydthout regard ILO diet Pleasant lp akq Price soC Warranted at drug tore I Rev Cherry was in town Man day S iIuiio 1uiir linweU With Cimcarel tatiiily iriillmrilr euro constipation forever 106 K a p O tail drucRlsti refund money Mr Wnii McCarley and son Waverlcyt are y m Morgan fieldl To Curo a Cold In One oy Tako Laxaliye Brprfio Quinine Tablefs hit UruiiKUln refund the mosey If ft falls to Cure ji5c Fiif sale by St Bernard IlMitf Srorn EinH nibn Kv Geo Moore went to Henderson Siind y tie sea his best girl Dont rieglAi chills Chills tiring on- coigsihinicingaiion bring pa ileajtii Yottcan cure chills ami Eowu swutj 19 htalihy by Mn Dr Jb a iVrjyVrnltii tlillj Tonic SP H tIY tJHtnard Drug SMW ij arlington G o Kltw St Charley JAMES HARRISON WEIR V One of Hopkins Countys Former Most Prominent Citizens Dies In Tennessee 0 SOMETHING OP ills LIFE AND FAMILY James Harrison Weir was born in Todd county Kentucky May 31188 He died May 31 1897 at Lebanon Tenn Was 79 years old the day of his death At the age of fifteen Mr Weir went to Madisonville where he was cm ploypd irt tIme general store of Mr Jas W Wilkins the leading mer chant for some years Ashbysburgr the first settlers He lived ii Ashibysbuirg from about 1848 to 1874 then mado his home in Han son vfor a few years afterward moving to Nebo where ho lived until stricken with paralysis arid rendered unable to remain in busi ness His last years have Men spent with his children principally in Lebanon under whose watchful care he passed the last hours of his long and peaceful life His loving children in Kentucky and Tennessee have so smoothed the pathway of his affliction that possessed with the unshaken cbn sciousness of a well spent life it may be said the last years of this dear old gentleman were his best He married Miss Mildred AshbysburgIunion was blessed with T twelve children eleven ot whom arc living There were six clfamilydied some years ago The chil h dren now living arc Mr W H Weir Mrs W D Brown and Mr L L Weir of Hanson Ky Mrs E C Morrow Nebo Ky Mrs R L Bone and Mrs Emerson Hill Madisonville Ky Prof E Weir Mr J L Weir Mr iv CtIWeir Mrs Robert Robertson Mrs Annie Williams of Lebanon Tenn Is Mr Weir has been a consistent anti leading member of the Cum berland Presbyterian churchsince his boyhood and was always anII earnest Sunday school worker He was a Mason anda charter by LodgeBy was brought back to Kentucky and Ashihysburg I s hiapyhousehold The funeral was preached at i New Salem by Rev J T Randolph pastor of the M E Church South Tuesday morning June Jstu atti oclock and there the worn and tired body oi this good man was laid to restsI n MINERS MASS MEETINGap of CkXcd to Meet at Barlington Saturday A miners mass mass meeting is Jton9 Oclock for the purpose of dis cussing means of getting a restora tiodof the old district price of jfromtrict BOOTH DUNNING JSW MCMANUS Committeey LOCOMOTIVE BLASTSf The people of Henderson certainly have lie no room tq niako complaInt about the lack of the necessary accommodalicps so far as trains are concerned with fourteen ps- enger trains on the L a N and four on eighteenherqiWith the Nashville Exposition as an at traction the travel over the L N prom ses to be large this season Foreman OBrien with the assistance of Machipijts Cramwell and Conner are now doing quito an additional amount of work to what was formerly done here With improved mlcblncryLhey arc now able to make repairs on engines To use the expression of one of the men who hid charge of the show trains the ovenIisaid of the officials and crew on the Hen derson division that they aroa success IralDscAssistant Superintendent Mann and trainmasters and Sargent were along tblook after the safe transportation of the Carnum halley shows last week while ou this division Supervisors Sullivan and Davis loaded down with heir lime books went to Evans villa Saturday to assist roadnmter Robson with the monthly report Those In a position to know sty that fihylivelike number at any other point on the L N system 01 course this makes room for A controversy on the question of labor We are Informed that Drowder Myers and wife will move their place of residence to ClarksvlllcBOOn Sam Suites I he old limo popular L N conductorbut who has for some time teen and Is now MaMnr uf Trains fr the Texts with headquarters at Louisville visited Train MaslerDc dey and other friends hutS Wednesday He Is the same ijood fellow 13 ot yore y Prank S Grilfnt ban bsen appointed traveling agent rorflitS L AN effective Juno isu Last Monday a iiicclal train was run from St Louis lo Nashville for the accom modation of a iaro number of the T P A who made the Exposition at Nashville a visit The train consisted of an engine and four coaches and the run they made on the Henderson division was a fast one the distance between here and Henderson being covered In lees than aa hour Agent Elherldge Is making his arrange meats to spend about two weeks off on a vacation A t1Orllo of the time be will tpeqd at the NashvilJo Exposition anti we believe ho might he persuaded after look InK at nil the sights thrre to take a fishing Irip nn soma stream where he could stind a thaw to catch another fiftyfive pound cat full EnRlnrer Fitzgerald met with n painful accident last Monday While walking along the track at Ibo relief switch near Crbflon hn stopped with one toot In heUejn the and the Kuan rails and with his fool held taut bo fell causing a severe sprain to hisTinerh lie Is n l UftUWIoC around on crutches fe ItrA lo ba able to take- ncla lii sgis eci- 1rsJohuhi f9I nAIr anti her Iwo oM are I and Mrs ViI IIJe anq S If DOWN IN THE MINES Even at this late date we can find men who still assert that gold cannot be found in circulation and this In the face of tho fact that It can be seen dally while cbang tog hands In business transactions MInersI in the employ of Ihe St Company can truthfully refute these stories because payment in gold has been made to them Secretary Anderson of the Monarch Coal Company says that since taking charge mine business has been quite good with them an average run of four days per week has been made Prof Campbell Is again with ns and this time ho is looking after the washing of some Alabama coal slack on his slack washing machine which is In use by the St Bernard Coal Company here He bai perfect confidence In the powers of his to do all claimed for It and foals no rival If given a proper test W D Cavincss and Nollie Umstead are back from their fishing trip on Green River and tho boys report a good time and say they really caught more fish than eatIlwho has for the past few the employ of William KyIs ofIservice was dispensed with for the present Jobn Salmon of the Crabtree mines came over last Saturday and spent Sunday with relatives hero Mr Pat Bair was down from Morton Gap last Saturday and states that the South Diamond mines each had three days run last week Mr Al Rutland of Ibe Empire mines nave our townspeople a pleti tot cill last Saturday alireemenlhasKentucky coal miners and operators We hear quite favorable comment of the 51 Bernard Coal Companys exhibit at the ennesse Centennial by those who have made manyinersand the Exposition a visit I decoration services last Sunday 1000000 acres of coal lands In Missouri ave lately been purchased by an English syndicate who contemplate opening mines and shipping their product to foreign countries Something to Know It may be worth something lo know that very best medicine for restoring the red out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters This medicine purely vegetable acts by giving tone lo the nerve centres in tho stomach gently Stimulates tho Liver and Kidneys and aids these organs in throwing off impurities in blood Electric flitters improves the appetite aids digestion and is pronounced those who have tried It as the very best blood purifier and nerve Ionic Try it Sold for sac or froo per bottle at St Bernard Drug Store Mrs M B Bourland visited heron in Dixon last week- S HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common water glass with rine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or setting Indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine- tainslinen It is positive evidence of kid ay trouble Too frequent desire to urin te or pain in the back is also convincing roof that the kidneys and bladder are out order WHAT TO DO There is comfprt in the knowledge so SwampHoot kidneysliverpassages It corrects inability to hold urine and in passing it or bad effects following use of wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant no- essity of being compelled to get up many mes during to urinate The ild and extraordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the high est for its most wonderful cures of the most- istressIng cases If you need a medicine ou should have the best Sol by drug ists price fifty cents and one dollar For sample bottle and pamphlet both sent ree by mail mention TUB DaB and send your full postoffice address to Dr Khmer Co Blnghampton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuine ness of this offer Do You Use It Its the best thing for the hair under all circumstances Just as no man by taking thought can add au Inch to his stature so no preparation can make hair The utmost that can be done Is to pro mote conditions favorable to growth This Is done by Ayers Hair Vigor It re moves dandruff cleanses tho scalp nourishes the soil in which the hair grows and just as a desert will blossom under rain so bald heads grow hair when tho roots are nour ished But the roots must be there If you wish your hair to retain Its normal color or If you wish to restore the lost tint of gray or faded hair use Ayers Hair Vigor Earlington citizens witnessed a strange ceremony during the past week A funeral procession accompanying the remains ofawoman from a neighboring town sang hymns all the way from the home of the deceased to the cemetery at the special request of their departed friend It was an un usual sight surely but the friends performed the dying request to theI letter Subscribe for TilE BEE liidaughtervisiting the family of T M Wit son of this city The eagle Ihe king of all bIrdS is noted for III kern sight clear and distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherland Eagle Ete salve for weak eyes style sore ejrs of any kind or granulated lid Sold by St Herturd Drug Store Earlleg ton Geo King Si Charles Miss Susan Atkinson returned Thursday night from Nashville where she attended Belmont Col lege Dr D n Rothrockof New Berlin Pa riots not hesiuio to recommend Chambet lains medicines He saysr I have handled them for a year or more in my pharmacy and find them sara and reliable My customers praise theta very highly No one who is troubled with rheumatism can use ChamhorUms Pain Balm without praising It The quick relief from pain which It affords is alone worth many times Its cost For sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlinglon Georg jC ngSt Charles i Ben T Robinson MortJap Misses Nora Carnahanand Rose Jacob of Blacklord were the guests of Misses Emma and Flora Wilson last week No One Thought She Could Live I believe that If it had not got Dr Carlsledis Great Remedy for my daughter she would not be With us today She got rundown and her illness developed into rheumatism and rheumatic fever Every one said that she could not live Five doctors gave her no relief yet by the time she had taken two bottles of Dr Carl stedts German Liver Powder she was able to sit up in bed and today she Is as strong as she ever was and we have noth ing to thank for It but Dr Carlsteduit4 Great German Remedy SMITH VICKERS Tallula III Splendid Opportunity Free trip to the great Tennessee Centennial and Internation Exiition Read TilE BEES splendK offer Go any time you like Begin now WHO ISYOOR TAIL OR 1 t1DoYouCetaCORRICT FIT YOU RECEIVE THE I3NEFITS or OFSUCCESSIN HIGH GRADE TAILORING BY ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS OFMnBRNCOsTHE EAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAJLMS We guarantee to fit awl plus p and sue JM miey 300 NEW SAMPLES TO SELLECT FROM ATST BERNARD GENERAL STORE WE HAVE SPARED NO EXPENSE 4 To make our Funeral Equip ment the best m tKispart of the State Anything and everything you want in livery PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST F 1TO K3TEAUPrINDYOUIH 0 COAL BILLS DOWEl D oir FA1 L TO USE a- AIIYAPACITY tr WFTEFOR S 3 M STEA COAL JTI tIOtDEIMDOTHER a ORDEFPIIOHPTLY FILLED GUARANTEP I i rwr IjWORK OF THE CflURCII AND CONGREGATION IllESUNDAY SCHOOL r LESSON X SECOND QUARTER IN TERNATIONAL SERIES JUNE C Text of tho IXM 9on Jan lit 113 Mem I ory Verses 1113 Golden Text r tIxxxiv 13 Commpntnry J y tho nov n 31 fitfnrni 1 My brethren bo not ninny p knowing that wo sliall receive tho mntcllI condemnation Tho B V Bays I ers instead of musters Although tho Won 19 translated innstcr nbout 45 out of 08 times yet It is teacher In John 111 3j Eph Iv 11 etc In Luko 11 doctors Tho verb dldnsko is nlways translated touch or staflg11tII Tho in- junctionI therefore seems to 1o thnt wo lUOto boor In mind that tho position of a tonehcr la ono of such responsibility that vo lintdly daro covet It Yet If our Lord chooso ua and send us forth no matter In I what capacity Ills grace Is sufficient for us happy arc those in whom Ho lives and npcaks Who tcnchcth like film Job xxxvl 22 I S3 For In many things wo offend nil amI11 whole bOOr Tho K V Fays In many things wo nIl stumble And yet tho as 1criptida Irj Judo xxlv R V Is Now unit to Him that la ablo to guard you from stumbling and to net you before tho pres d ence of Ills glory without blemish t wo would but trust Him who alono of nIl men never stumbled never sinned In thought word or del Ho would keep us fromstumbllng for Ho Is able Thino If tho power 0 Lord II Tho difficulty Is all on our ride Ho Bayp I would but yo would not 8 4 Hero wo linvo n great creature tho horse managed by tho driver by means of a small bit Ui his mouth and wo have a 4mJght ship managed by Its governor by wean of n very small helm Wo might consider tho RinallncfH of that which In eIther case controlled tho largo body or 41SO might consider the driver or governor P controlling In Ps xxxll 0 wo aro In ftjvictcd not to bo llko n horro or mule I wlthcut understanding whose mouth must be held in with bit and bridle But eorao f horses anti mules hnvo understanding and I I bcllrvo that Bomo have more than their drivers Wo aro not warned against such Tho great thing is to have a Rood govern or and to bo absolutely under his control I 5 Even so tho tonguo is a little mem ber and boastcth great things Behold how great ft matter n llttlo fire klndleth Therefore wo are admonished Keepth tonguo from evil and thy lips trm speak ing guile Pa xxxIv 18 And wo are reminded that there is not a w6rd In tonguo but He knoweth It altogether ourI cxzxlz 4 Death and lIfe are power of tho tongue therefore whosoI Itccpeth his mouth and his tonguo kcepcth his from troubles Prov xvlll xxi 23 21I 0 And tho tonguo Is a fire 1 Iniquity and it is set on flro of helL Per Imps porno havo rccn and heard fearful things from tho tongue but havo not sidered those things as indications of conI etato of affairs in helL This Is tho eocnna the place of burning trstvUanty hy our Lord except In this ono instance Out qi tho abundance of tho heart tho mouth Bpcaketh Math xli 84 and if eatan lias control of tho heart wo may expect tho tonguo to smell of fIre and brimstone 7 8 Whllo every kind of creatures can bo tamed tho tongue is untamable an unruly evil full fit deadly poison This of course describes tho worst phase of the toiiguo that has only tha natural unro nowed heart behind it but tho possibili ties of fearful manifestations are in every tmrcnewcd heart Flattery mischief anti vanity backbiting deceit and lying lire all in n wicked tonguo Pe v 0 x 7 xv 8 1114 Ixxvlil 00 or in tho heart that la back of tho tongue for tho heart Is deceitful above all things anti desperate ly wicked Jcr xvll 0 And out of tho heart proceed evil thoughts murders ndul tcrlca fornications thefts false witness blasphemies Math xv 10 Thla is our Inrdbown testimony audio alono knows the heArt 9 Therewith bless wo God even the Father and therewith curse wo men which aromailo after tho similitude of God It does not Seem posslbla that tho same tongue could bless God and curse man Tho tonguo with only tho natural heart bock of it can curse but tho natural heart cannot truly bless God What havo wo hero then a new heart which blesses God and the old heart which Is prono to curs Ing and each using tho same tonguo It lpoks even EO nnd according to the Scrip- tUres is BO proecctIet1blessingthings ought not BO to be These sadly true things ore a dishonor to Christ arid should not continuo If wo have received tho Lord Jesus Christ nnd havo thus a new and divino naturo II Pet I 4 tho Spirit jralousIt may not do tho things which wo otherwise would if controlled by the carnal mind Jas iv 0 B V Gal v R V1017iInumlUc as the Lord J Q to sub duo all things unto Himself and will do it in duo OmoPhU Ill 21 I Cor xv 28 Ho is surely amo to eubdno in ns and keep subdued oven If Ho does not in this lila cast it wholly out that old sinful nature tu11yto11 12 Doth a fountain send forth at tho same place sweet water and bitter Can tho flgtrce my brethren bear olive tcrrlesf Either a vine flgsf So can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh Both trees and fountains produce only after their kind and if our words or actions are not right before God It Is because ofon evil root or sourco or fountain within us Jesus raid that the water which Ho gives would b In us A well of water springing up into everlasting Ufo John Iv 14 Ho Himself ig the fountain Jcr II 1ft 18 Who is a wise man and Imbued with knowledge muong you Let him show outof n good conversation his works With meekness of wisdom On to the cndI of tho chapter we have Impressed upon us that tho heavenly wisdom which Is nono other than Christ Himself when allowed I to control us will bo first pure then peace able gentle easy to bo intrcatcd etc Ev erything like envy strife or confusion is from tho devil According to lEn xxxII 17 Tho work of righteousness shall bo pence and tho effect service of righteous jussqulctncs and assurance forcveW Our Lord Jesus is tho Prince of Peace Ho Iswir peace at Ills birth tho angel said Pcacoon earth and we Ills messengers aro to preach pcooo Isa ix 0 7 Eph II 14 Luko 11 14 Acts x 80 believing that tho time will como when of tho Increase of Ills government and peace upon the thron of David there shall lio no end nntionI shall not lift up sword against nntlonInc her shall they learn war any more Exaggerated reports of trouble I with the Cheyenne Indians in Montana were abroad last week It was said that twelve men had been killed including live troopers but it now appears that a single sheepherder was kil- ledLIver IllsLike bllloufflDcss dspcp3la headache consU patlon sour xtnmacli Indigestion nre promptly MirjU liy Hoods rills They lo their work Hoodsita5iIy 1111 t1LnroIIllyJ- tpq ft rtlnncr pills StriseIr tle lily PIll to taIc wIIb tIood tfs3Iarllln s CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Topic For the Week IJeglnnlujr June 0 Comment by Itcv 8 It Doyle Tone Tho touguo as B Christians tool Ex Iv Jn Tho tongue is a small but powerful organ of tho human body It is power ful for good or powerful for evil is used for good or evil With tho tougno bless me God oven tho Father mid then with curso ino men which are mado after tho similitude of God Out of the same mouth piococdoth blessing and cursing It This is possible null often an actual fact bnt tho Christian should usa his tongue in but ono wayas a tool for God In tho topical reference Moses feeling tho responsibility of leading the chil dren of Israel out of Egypt tries to cs capo it mid pleads that ho is not eloquent enough to perform tho duties of tho task But God promised him that Ho would bo with him and toll him what to say Let us note 1 Tho kind of a tongue that should be n Christians tool It should bo n consecrated tongue ona so unreservedly consecrated to God that when it spoke God spoke It is not a question of elo quenco or of slowness of speech Tho eloquent tongue and tho stammering touguo may both be used for God if they are only thoroughly consecrated to Him Many overrate anti many underrate tho importance of eloquent speech Let us always bear in mind that it is not a question of eloquence but of consecra tion 2 Tho ways of using tho tonguo as a Christians tool Tho tonguo may housed in many ways for God and Christ Moses was to nsohis in breaking down opposition to Gods people and in call ing them back to God and to freedom Tho tongue may bo used in praising God It may be used in denouncing wrong ns when Nathan declared Davids sin to him as when Christ so often denounced the sins of tho Pharisees How often we hear Gods name used in vain Christ irad His church defamed and yet never utter a word of defense or in condemna tlon of tho wrong Tho tonguo should specially be used spreading tho gospel of Christ in leading sinners to Christ in comforting and consoling the unfortu unto and afflicted in tho name of Jesus Christ 8 Tho time for using tho tongue as a Christians tool It should bo Gods time Moses was to speak when God di reeted him to speak Gods Limo is tho opportune time Harm is often done Good fails to be dono very often because 6Jt tho Inopportuno uso of tho tongue There is H time to speak and a timp to bo silent Wo should study tho time to speak To know just when to speak is as important as to know how to speak speokI our tongues to God Lot us ask Him what wo should stay it and how it should bo said Bible Readings I Kings rriii 8030 Ps xxx 15 xxxiv 114 cv 17 ovii 13 Prov x 10 20 xii 1710 xv 4 xviii 21 xxi 23 Math v 10 Luko xii 810 John iii 11 Jas i 20 iii 118 I Pet iii 10 11 I John iv 14 Tho Giver With the Girt Our words are harsher than our deeds and at this season when the poor need us so badly it is well to commingle with tho open handedness which will not fall short of previous efforts tJIOt words and looks of kindness that willI make tho gift yet morn accoptablo and bring tho greater blessing Tho Lord loveth a cheerful giver Jewish Ex pouon- tBljurclj Directory CATHOLIC CHURCH OP TUB IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 1lrC mass 700 am second mass and sermon 930 a m Rosary Instruction and benediction at lopIaevery Sunday A M Co nan pastor CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sundavschool Sunday morning from 030 to 1030 Communion following at 1040 Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Services first and thud Sundays In each month R V Ouza Pastor MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Services second Saturday evening and Sunday each month Prayer meeting Monday night Sundaychool at 930 a in D S Edwards Pastor M E CHURCH Services first Sunday each month morning and night Prayer meeting every Wednesday night Sunday school at 330 p m C C HALL Pastor Mr E CHURCH SOUTH Services every fourth Sunday morning a d I night by Cherry Patter Prayer meeting every l rtday nightfY P SCHR1STIANENDEAROR Prayer meeting every Sunday evening at 630 itAsscmbly Hall GENERAL BAPTIST ChURChdPreaching on the Third Sunday of etch month Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening LEE HAMKIXI Pastor RELIGIOUS NOTESL MesSs J J and J T McGregor and W T Neal attended the dedication of the Baptist church at Dawson Sunday andre port a most enjoyable and well attended serviceoThe Christian Endeavor Societies of Madisonville held a union meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday Decoration Day services at MadisonvMIo kept many Earlington Endeavorcrs from home so late that they were unable to at tend the meeting of the Society that eve nl OThe took part in the memorial services over the grave of Courtney Slack at Madisonville Sunday after noon which were conducted by Messrs w F Burr and Jesse Phillips for the Knights of lytbtasiThe Y P S C E of this place has re ceived an invitation to visit Barnsley and contemplates holding a meeting there inC Ibo near future TrueTRidicule is the weapon the wouldbebluffer or buffoon and is resorted to when he dare not meet facts solid arguments based on facts is what goes with sensible mellCalloway Times Theodore Durrant the California murderer will certainly hang Gov Budd has finally declined to ijtcr fere Schrader The Divine Healers he calls himself was driven out- of v Clayton Mp Monday by a a rowd of boys who stoned him Mondays earthquakeeshocks were gcndwl jn tho Southeastern tates very slight There was no shake here a I AFTER THOUGHTS A Few uUs About the Legislature and an Occasional Ought TRIBUTE TO MR GRAHAM Mount Holly N J May 27 The ending of the extra session of the legislature of Kentucky causes a feeling of thankfulness to take possession of the minds of her citizens The Republicans can count as a gain the election of a Us S Senator the enactment of needed finan ci legislation the convictmined coal bill and those authorizing improvements in the sewage system of the asylums But the failure ot the House to pass a good bill to suppress mob violence and the smallness of the vote by which it passed the Senate substitute for the mild creation of the lower chamber does not reflect credit on the party The sound money members of the Senate did not attempt to get together and work in harmony until too late to accomplish anything If at the beginning of the they had reorganized elected new officers and made new rules they would have been in a position to place the General Assembly on a busi ness basis and carry out the needed legislation in thirty days and ad journ This would have given the State the necessary relief and saved thirty thousand dollars In stead of that they trusted to the sense of justice and love of fair play oi the free silver minority who toyed with them till their hands were tied and then proceeded to appear in their true character Whether this exhibition of duo plicity reckless extravagance and malignance will at last convince the National Democrats that the Popocratic leaders arc so Popu hstic as to be only Democratic in name is a question But for their revolutionary ac actions at the regular session a Senator would they have been elected and the same financial bills enacted as have now become laws The silverites are responsible for the disgraceful and unseemly scenes witnessed both at last session and this and for the extra expense to which the State has been putThere were many conservative members of all parties who de sired to hasten business and cur tail expenses by an early adjourn ment But the majorttywere in favor of to the full extent of the law The Frank lin county grand jury after a recent examination of condition of the penitentiary declared that it seemed as if that institution was the only place that had been struck by the wave of prosperity The legisla tive halls contained many who could testify to the fact that since the fourth of March they had been doing much better and were experiencing the promised change The member from Hopkins was not a conspicuous figure Hid constituents were not clamoring for local legislation He was not forever leading some filibustering movement to prevent action on a bill to kill time and stay longer But always understood the meas ures he was voting upon and was usually in his place attending to in an intelligent unassum ing manner that won the respect of all If there had been more like him there would have been less time wasted on demagogue speeches and less money squandered on a long drawn out session If his constituents of all parties are wise they will continuehim in his present position and avail themselves of the experience he The Woman Friend I know from my own experience that or ladies of a constipated habit there a nothing to supply the place of German Liver Powder Mrs J P Mencness Springfield Ohio I have taken German Liver Powdr for- yspepsia and other liver troubles and would not be without itMiss Jennie Green Abiline Tex permanLiverplaint I bad relief before I jiadtalen one bottle It did me more good than all med cine prescribed by physicians Mrs John Campbell Jeffersonville Ind By the dropping of the brake barf a freight car of the new Third Rail branh of the Jf Y N H H R R the swltchbpard at Berlin Conn power homo was burned put causing a loss of one thousand dollars and de laying probably for a week the opening of the Third Rail route between New Britain and Hartford To cure a chili When the lips begin quiver and turn blue and before the first chilly shivering sensation comes on take a full dose of Dr Bells Pepperment Chill Tonic It is stimulating It warms the blood It promolestbcclrCl1latlpn of the blood It prevent nine limes n ten It Is guaranteed to prevent the chill ten times in ten If taken hours before chili time For salebySt Bernard Store Earlington Geo King St harlesSBUTTON PHOTOGRAPHS he Lat t Fad jtfow Hade In Best Stylojjy Virgil Fpx rpbotogrplierirgil vcll known is now making Button Photographs the t thing IQllowinglowOne for 15 cents Three for 25 cents Six for 50 cents Twelve for75 cents yourifebutton and wear them out l 4UI4 lUI ISl9l 1 1 11 1 1 laiR BERNARD COAL COMPANY I INCORPORATED III General Office Earlington Kentucky i H i Biinrxclri Gffices I S A M CARROLL Marihger 201 N Cherry Street NashviJIo It Q ROUSE Manager Palmer House Broadway Padticah K Tennessee Kentucky 1vS H NEVBOLpKMnnigor 342 W Main Street Louisville CAPT T L LEE Manager Corner Main anti Auctioji Streets ff Kentucky Memphis Tenn jj A S FORD Man Second Street Evansville hid 4 jjjlTS v Ii I 3 I THE FAMOUS NO 3 CDAU I iiS MARKET if I BRUSHED COKE FOR BASK BURNERS AND FURNHBES I iWhy buy Highpriced Anthracite Coal when you can get ST BER II one ton of the best Anthracite Coal i I ASK YOU x DEALER FOR IT AND SAVE MONEY l lifS 1111tl M 11111 1 1 5 9ur Eo1ofed iiens All coramumcitiom ami nutteri ot newt pet taming to this column should be tililretieil to Gao ALKAMDH Bulinclon Kr ZION A U ChURCh Services every Sunday morning at II oclock and evenlnx at 7 oclock Sunday school al 530 a m C 11 Walker pastor MT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Service Sabbath at u R m and 7 pm un day school al 530 a m W W Potter pastor II Remember the picnic to be given by the A M E Zion church and the band Saturday Messrs Jones Dunlap Hay wood Bradley and others visited Nashville Sunday Shame on the one who tried to puss in the concert last Saturday night on a blink ticket You should pay your way ami do as others JohnIhave you got your life not you have it done Rev John Bailey was with us Sunday Charles Campbell was at the show at Hopkinsville last week There was a young man who called on Ills best girt recently and she told him that he neednt come any more Guess who it was Prof TE Greer left Tuesday morn Ing for Providence on his wheel John porter went with him Tilman Shelton has a veryaick child Did you tee that fellow at the concert- last Friday night who was with his best girl and had a bottle sticking out of his pocket There will be a festival given by Knights of Wisemen Saturday night Mrs Hattie Davis of Norlonville ins burled Tuesday Our Public School concert on last Friday and Saturday evenings was highly appreciated by our people The scholars ac quited themselves grandly Prof T E Greer is a conscientious gentleman and has labored hard for the community He has done what no other teacher hits offered to do in that bo wants the proceeds of the concert to go toward establishing a school library The singers who took active part in the program are too well known for comment The decoration exceeded that of any we have ever bad All honor to those who contributed their time and talent to the success of this enterprise Last summer while attending court al- Unlontown says D B Patton a promi nent druggist of Fayette City Pa three witnesses were suffering from Diarrhcea I gave each a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and it gave immediate relief tn the way home one of my neighbors was taken with a se vere cramp In the stomach and was suf fering with Intense pains T gave him a doso of this remedy and within hve min utes the pain bad ceased The remedy h a favorite here I know pf many who are never without it I always take it with me when going away from homo for sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earltngton George King St Charles lIen T Robin son Morions Gap National Appeal It is estimated that the Government Is losing three million dollars a week in revenue by the delay in the passage of the Tariff bill The people are losing ten times as much In work on account of the delay We earnestly ask every one of our readers to immediately write a postal card to at least one member of the Unhid State Senate at Washington urging land demanding the Immediate passage ofa Protective Tariff law and such a law as will give adequate protection to American labor and American Industries Addles your postal card to Hon Wm J Dcboe t S S Washington D C Co Subscribe for THB BBS j Free Trip You can go to the Tennessee Centennial free if you willand take your sisjcr brother wife children Read TilE DEBS great offer of a free trip to this magnifi cent Exposition Bookkeeping Shorthand and Pen manship at Dawson Ky Prof J W Draughon ten years teacher and now principal of Draughons Practical Business College Nashville Tenn will be gin a class in the the above branches June 7th at Dawson Public School Building Term seven weeks Course same as taught in Draugh ons College Special course to bookkeepers as well as to those who know nothing ofaccounts For particulars address until June 1st J W 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