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U 9 T sl G r e Ii THECbURIERI m11 iII OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN STERN KENTUCKY ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMANa FULTON COUNIIKY MAY 11 1900 VOL XXXV NO 24 0 Fttlton Circuit Court I CircuittMonday Jndgo Rob t MM presiding and Corn Atty Moor maR present BatliieM U progressing very well j Up to noon yesterday there had boon fo IHarleyyean old was sentenced by the Court to the HOMO of Reform nt Lexington to be kept until ho i121 yearn old Y disorderlyY ilaAddle Qllli for mnliclonn shooting trial set for Saturday Sob Bmuham charged with house breaking at Cayco grand jury failed to Indict harry Carter malicious shooting dig in Used for want of proof Com vs James Wiley for horso steal lug set for yesterday but was contin t intThe Murphy will ca o set for trtal next Tuesday Tho Phillips will caio IWo set for that day but will probably bo settled without trial The Noonon will ccuo set for next FridaytThe Dick on Bricking Cavs Seth Curlio Motion totoheuVd today to tn Mf front chancery to common law tariff trial by Jury Othorwisrftho cone will not bo heard thin court Henry Knight fined f50 in two cases for SundaywI JhiMdtJJ mcanor OllAXDJCRY iJi JYflurccII U 1Vy Johnson D W Dickltwon J N IHabknmn B A Hard H T Etnwiwn J M Rico iETtt JUICY II Qeo T Beadle J II McOUHan ALA McDaniel A K McConnell Cl C Donobo B F GrconC I lingua Frank IiChaaII P Shaw J A Roper AM DeBow E A Tboropeon IX 0 Menoham Jeff iJohlaOni I p jI 1 1egK M a y i The average condition of tho wheat crop of tho State May lit compared with normal years u 100 which In 4 pointu Abovo the April average and 12 poluU above tho average for tho pout 4 = ynan 93600000 Sufferers Ninety three million five hundred thousand persons are suffering from cholera and famine In India and relief lin being supplied to but Rvo millions Tho vast sums contributed throughout the world are wild to be but a drop In tho ocean compared with trlint is necessary The Moore Trial rho trial of Jno T Moore for tho k- Ing of Plavo Qoldoby at Fulton some tame since was communed In the Cir cult court Wednesday and IU still in progress Tho attorneys for the defense ate Sum Oroosland M T Sholbourn J T Webb and Tom Smith and for tho Prowcution Com Atty iAoormnn RtJ T Tyler Peters and Winfred of Mern phls and Ed Thomas For Side Fine Drown Leghorn eggs CQ cents per setting of 13 M u EUKON sI CONSIDER it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful euro effected in mT case by the timely use of Uhanibflriains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 was taken very badly with flux and procured a bottlo of this remedy A few doses of it effected n permanent care I tako pleasure In recommending it to others suffering from that dreadful dl eoaeoJ W LYNCH Dorr W Va This Remedy Iis sold by Cowgill CowgUl Hickman and A M Shaw State Line Druggists Mr It T HolllnnofTrenton Ky and Mrs Frank Holllne of Springfield Tenn are guests of Mrs II u Brovard John Tyler Dr Johnston Wayne Thomas Chap Payne W P Taylor andJRaymond Paschall of Fulton were tho city this week Millet a gallant young Hick man soldier now in tho Philippine J has tobeen recently promoted lie Is 40 miles from Manila in good health and very well pleased with the service DR WM T ARRINUTOX a prominent dental surgeon of Memphis died last week He lived at Hickman just after the close of tho war and was ooruBt Dresden Tug United States Supreme tcan will not announce tho decision in the Ky Governorship ease before the 14th or 2111t Theroforo any reports in advance J are unreliable DEPUTY WAUDEK HENRY F TAYLOR of tho Eddyvlllo penitentiary has boon granted leave of absenco iu order that J ho may go to Hot Springs for his hoaltb which has been in a bad way for some time JA v e- tinn +mm mnrnnninnnmmmmm mnmmmmh nnnnrnimnr- T E 1111W 811150i EOur ClothingESales justify tho wisdom of oar ire mentions stock bought this ooT = Our E SflitSr elseE= Boys Suits With Fancy Vests = Latest for little Geata who are up to date drewcra Price 8500 and 8600 The regular klad 81 = and up per salt I fc Fancy Vests = Later fad In Fancy Vests ever kaowa now on We navo thorn at 400 t- oE W60 Summer WeightEE CoaM and Pants Suite no Vest latest thing ontall Wool Cawlmeres light colors handsomely tailored only fS50 CoatsE Cranh Suits In most desirable variety E Straw Hats We have just put on display Th- eE time to nt hand for straws E Negligee Shirts ENever before have we showii sack va riety in Fancy Novelty Skirt styles E + Neckwear Suspcnileis EArtfstically now tasty arid pleasing to all good drc ersII rm i u Sale for Taxes t On Monday May 14th 1000 it being I tho first day of tbo lay term of tho Fultton County Court at the court house door in Hickman Ky I will sell to thef highcHt bidder for Cash for taxes duo tho city of Hickman and cost of sale 1 he following described real estate as eased in tho names of tho following par J ties tacit 200 is added in each ease for costs Curlin Seth 0 H Jfo 21 and F4 of lot i No 23 10759- Khoorr Mrs Mary E H block 2 Nos E S3 to 85 lOi lOG t17oo Taylor Mrs M J W H No 70 518c Taylor Will W 11 south X of Nom 79 I and 60 8518- Wciraor J P G A Nos 22 to 27 2MII Webb Henry EH block 0 No 184 439JJ Webb A Q Ell tnlock 0 No 185 410- II COLORED LIST Clark Jim G A Nos 58 to 00 533tt Carter Amy G A Nos 70 and 80 280I Hnnna Connie W H J6of No 80 280 I Laudcrdalo Georgo G A Nos 101 toII 103 8042- Meriwcthor I Rubo noire E H block G 4 of 218 and 217 1GSJJ Plummer Ad E H block 0 Nos 249 to 248 fO77 W G A Nos 107 and 103 C08 II G A Nos 32 30 37 508 Wiley Cy E II blk 3 Nos 149100 430 fates Goo E H block w No 257 G20I United Brothers of Friendship E H block 2 Nos 00 and 100 1700II t TOM DILLON City Marshal i AKUSINU P1NQRUE tThedefection of Governor Hazen S Piugroo of Michigan from the Republi party on tho ground that the hope of tho people in the present campaign lies in tho Democratic party has made him tho butt of abuse BO virulent and vituperative that it gives evidence of being founded in passion rather than ia reason Recently Republican organs havo applied tho following epithets to hirer Foathcrhead crank misfit Incapable imoracticable tho Michigan freak advanced Socialist and anarchist r- Oar y Millinery daring oorOpm no jwc aoaaced as to b le a The sn fsd- rfemlalsity attesW eCettr amWtKmto have l to the greater SprtB ever iw a la oar little city And the end fe nrr t- OarMlllinery Ira help ers are basy far hours tmraiag oat taaiy new or dare since the Jtn The derv Strftoaj ct Hats latest eat and boi arc sell lag tet We eerdkUly Iii who have sot yet lose BO tO 4i1ilnery- t r- l grade 3t opular Pricea kelps ar I Shirt WaiiiB- latest aad b M styles and re aoB ble M low as 35o aad wp tso MV want Quality a r r time Beat llae Tailor the city t Wtsli Dress of every kind t We canii please you Pulley Belts the moat poputrir dothtng so new In Belts as u4 rc show 60o for our Loather we make any shade waatc4 t in any price desired t Floor Cover ii Matting as low 3upto M hifk M yea quasi New pattenM I + largo variety ot styles is ec see Qaslityetier 1 tf ILrnoleu G feet wide splc floor Patterns rich arux f- 11 l i Floor Oil l ttl riety- Y I Gainer Imposed ea OAYCB KY May 7th 1900 Mr Editor Thcro have appeared In your paper several times articles head odICaco Items much of which U take and rile one sending you such items U doing it as a burlesque on the I I j good people of this neighborhood In of the items wo notice tho names I of colored people visiting tho white poo plo of this locality Tho citizens of this neighborhood ore as far from necro equality as any In Fulton county and I will say that tho writer of these anti cles does not live In this locality Will you please glvo the writers name in your next issue You can publish this if yoa see fit to do so- S E OASON They Courier having been imposed up t on the second time as to personal items furnished from Cayce we shall hereafter more rigidly require that tho identity j and responsibility of be known Wo shall continue to publish such items from there and elsewhere but cnldorsedany one would abuso the courtesy of thatIII sonal mentions to wound the good people but it seems that such has been done and the Courier promises to hereafter use ovary precaution possible The Black Elepkaat Some little merest is manifested at tho capitol regarding the treatment the colored delegate and brother is to reI ceive at the hands of the Philadelphia hotel keepers during tho Republican national convention More than ono delegation will have a colored brother in tow and there Is A general willing ness to have him cared tor on an equal ity with tho white delegates Whether the hotel keepers will look at it In tho same light Is a question not vet settled and one delegation which will include a colored maR has secured a contract for a requisite number without saying a word an to the complexion of tho dole There was considerable trouble over agobutin many respects being a Southern town It to feared however that nei majorityIntion of the city will prevent friction GroceryDepartment 3 isI l t Our re New Light- Delivery it =Wagon amakes it easy for us fo5givo quick ser vicp to our Grocery patrons r F1esi t t Crrocevies it- Reasonable 3 ricei c r1 Ji Fancy Canned Eriiits t nncCereals I of aukindj =Ice Cream Freezers J = 4tWaterScreen Doors and Win =dows 3GookRanges 3- i Blue Flame Coal Oil and Qulct Meal 1 i Gasoline Stoves SHY Corn Oats Bran =Cort on Seed Clik4c- lesil t L I I IWe want your trade Sp I L P W SMLISON Do p lId1111111U1U1 UNUIlNUUUUIIIUIIINUUIIlI UU 1U1iIi uuuuu uuuuuiiR Marshals t 1 Jptt AgalI j correspondents Hardware a I It BKfffeY FOIL PRESIDENT ken asked to make a statement do I fin or his views on public questions re ceb Admiral Dewey wes thin lau pu gi HI see no reason for any hurry Ins matter I have announced that I JomII of it Bryan at Kansas City which shUsuggest plainly where I stand on tin vital issncs I Xerel Marriage Ceremony he following marriage ceremony was pe formed in ono of tho Southern States no long ago by a justice of the pease Wl en the party presented themselves he sail STou and Glee of you solemnly swear Uu t the evidence you shall give in this cos i shall bo the truth th hull truth an notUn but the truth You John Msj vinj do solemnly swear that to tho best of ler knowledge an belief you hike this yer roman to have and ter hold fer yor self yor Jieire yor executors administra btrIUfO The justice pronounced the fol lowing to tho bride You Alice Ewer tako this yen man for your husband ter havo and ter hold forever and you do further swear that yet are lawfully seized in feosimplo are I freej from all incurabranco and have a good right to sell bargain and convoy to said grantee yersolf yen heirs adminis assignsTMo the bride but she answered I dor Upon which the justice demanded his fee 8150 After tho amount hud been paid ho continued Know all mon tlieso presents that I Captain Shaw blRaleigh North Carolina being in good health and of sound and dkpoem mind in consideration of paidtholedged do and by these presents have Soodbehnvlolthe courts 0 A trial of paper shoos for horses is shortly to bo made In London The new paperIthoof and while lighter than tho most fragile of racing plates it is claimed to be nearly as durable as the solid iron shoes which have heretofore scoured to horses immunity from tho effects of con start traveling over rough surfaces F lie Patient Cuba All patriotic Americans who wero iin sympathy with tho spirit that compelled tho war with Spain for tho liberation of Cuba will hope and pray that thero shall not now bo witnessed a Cuban revolution for tho freeing of thoCbland from American rule Such a development would mark a woful culmination of what promised at ono time to bo a national American achievement of splendid disinterested ness In tho event of a native revolt iin Santiago Provinco it will of course bo necessary for General Wood the Amer lean Governor of Cuba to begin an act lye campaign in the field for the sup pression of the rebellion It would then bo urged that thero is no further use iin I dillydallying with theso malignant Cubans whip them soundly nnd annex their Island as a punishment for their Impatient yearning for liberty KXPIUE Ml INDIA Hathor a black picture of tho possibil ities of Imperialism Is that presented Iin India at the present time with famine and cholera ravaging together a district containing n subject population of 03 500000 persons Tho pomp and pageantry and glo and glamour of Empire are lacking fro inc this picture It lathei reversesido of tho shield showing tho fate of tho subjugat ed peoples not the proud condition of a conquering race England enriched by tho treasure that has been drawn from India for generations is fat and shining with good living It is India the de spoiled whoso children aro starved to tho bono rotten with disease dying by tho roadside and in harvestlesa fields Do wo of tho United States wish to go into this business of tho conquest and subjugation of other peoples Do wo wish to incur tho dreadful responsibility now resting upon the shoulders of the British Empire Would such a ghastly picture in an American colony as is now presented in Englands India be in keep ing with tho faith to which wo are pledg cdthe faith of freedom ann justice and humanity and the upholding of the rights of tho American poop1 to think I these things over u+ 0 TERROR Veritable Reign of It ia thins Philippines According to It rl Edwin Wildman Edwin Wildman former VieeCoMul at Hong Kong contribute aa artieleoa r S A Reign of Terror la the FWHBpiW to Leslies Weekly of whfch the fellow a ing is an abstract Although Qea Otis would have us believe that tho curie the Fkihppiaes over I learn from private geHreas ef information of tko highest authority that thero exists a veritable reign of terror IB 1 most partsof tbo archipelago witkia a jgunshot from our army poets b Either Gen Otis is bBd to the real situation or k keeping the fade free the American people Aguinaldo8 fere 1 cs have scattered into marauding baa48l and leaguing theaaselves with the testis ttwin Tulisanca dad Ladroaea terrer setthe country and effectually cheek the cultivation of crops Bad the sale of mar ketablo products Tho few ports that have bees opeMd have shipped away what little supply they contained and the toss upon tortsrof hemp sugar aai rice that are stored in the interior are beyond the reach of buyers 0IN9URQKNT COFFERS olIO The money paid for the thousands of bales of hemp sipped from garrieosed ports has found its way into tile liwtur gent coffers and the revolutioaary jaa 0 tau at Hong Kong aad Singapore are making extensive purchases of araa pre paratory to a renewed season of MUbaa tering and general tostiUUee ae seoa m tho rainy seaeoa Is over Ow army are busy protecting their peels white the in t surgents carry on their operations la the interior and paralyze agriculture aa4 trade 7 Scattered bands ot armed iafiargeatg wage vac agalaflt all who beaitate te ae knowlqga tee Aguioakk GoverBBteat I 1 and tiw khabiURte are la a sere ef tw ror that prevewhi hoaeat industry or opera alliance with ABwrioa BoverigBtyr The American troops reeks short work el r tthecae vottkeeetletst rgs rrieea es as P wc jIIIuseaport town where they ciaifeVWp1 plied from Manila for the insurgents have so thoroughly ravaged the coantry that it is impossible to supply even a small battalion with untrue products MORE FORCES NEEDED If we over hope to put an end to this Indian warfare wo must send additional forces to tho islands Our present corps iil totally inadequate to cope with the situation and bring tho war to a close Tho islands commercially or otherwise will be useless until life and property are mndo safe- GOEBELS ASSASSINATION Suspects Removed to George town Judge Cantrcll transferred the cases of Powers Youtsey Davis and others to Georgetown and lazed the hearing for July O The BecklOm Guards which were called to protect the jail at FrankIi fort have been sent homo 14 CycleaeH High winds and heavy rains have dono much damage to property in Kan sas and Texas In the former State 14 cyclones were reported on Sunday but the loss of lifo was smallonly two fa talities so far as known In Texas tor nadoes have wrought great destruction in a number of towns and villages At San Antonio tho damage will reach 8100 000 Is Kentucky Democratic- IF1lzabethtownNowe j Kentucky is certainly a Democratic State but thinking and conservative men realize that it is only Democratic when the party ia united and harmonious and that any serious division of the party provesrythis conclusively and give to the irrecon tables something to think about it is only necessary to look at results for the past six years If Ho Tells the Tralh THE testimony of William Dalton in the Franklin Circuit Court last week In support of a motion for bail la the most damaging yet made against the con spirators indicted for the murder of Gov Goobel He confirms the story of Golden and adds truths particulars Ho says that Yontsoy showed him the smokeless powder cartridge with which ho said Goebel waa to be killed that Jim Howard practically admitted to him that he had done the shooting thatFTaylor had arranged for the soldiers to be called out as soon as the killing waa dono and that Taylor had told him Onltou that he was apprehensive that Yontaoy would tell of tee conspiracy and offered to give him mosey to get him out of the State 1- b Sta t- l I l r r e tf I t I i Tire Hiclvinan Courier 9 r 1 1OEotlUK WAItltEN Iubllfhcr j rnc1AN t KENTUCKY A I IMAYJ900Fri Sat tI i 2 3 4 5 f i 6789J01 1- 213i41516171819 20 2J 22 23 24 25 26 f 27 28129 30 3H=r + R- II t CURRENT TOPICS tII prayers are exempttd from I IIrishcourts I There were no vblts residents f I Kansai in 3S5- 0fitnsgpw has nbmit 80000 moro in liuliitiintu than Liverpool i Rurmany Ira tbirtjnlx fewor bioy do faotorlcA than it had last yonr In proportion to Us size a fly vuk I 13 times SB rust an U man can run In a short time the Japanese pop lation of Sun Francisco will reach S0 000 The curfew IB n recognized Institu tion in twelve innnlcInalltleH in J jw YorkThere arc CSC4 American cxbibx on the programme of the 1arLs exp iI Bitioul States courts in New McxI 1 1LlIltt the government about 73000 i i f Coal is worked so easily in China that In Shan l it sells at thirteen scut- Ior ton J The freight business on the Chntta i iioochie river amounts to over 4000 000 a year The Imperial bank of Itussla now holds 63400000 less gold thus it held n year ago It The blossoms on the Georgia peaci trtxs are so thick that b0 per cent of them will limo to be shaken off d 14nrkTapley nnd Mr Tickwlck were ti the defendants in two successive suits in the UlooniKbury county court reoI cently Eastern capitalists contemplate tbe erection of a fiOO000 electric power plant on the Muscle Shoals canalII i near Florence 11at1 Tin Mississippi river each year I I washes nwny an alarming amount ofIshore equal to ten tiara miles of I Iterritory eigbty six feet deep t Jopd cavalry horses are easily bringing froth SSO to 51fiS According = to stze and condition and artillery horses command higher prices The total vote in the electoral col lege will be the same this year as it was in 1300 when McKinloy received S71 electoral votes und Bryan 170 The United States has to pay a i royalty for the use of most of the tel escopic sights now employed on the sea const and field artillery gunlJcI Mrs Nancy Washington a colored I woman of Host on celebrated her J i 301th birthday recently She has beenII married six times and is now n widow e i It is estimated that during the past fourteen months upward of 10000 i t Wyomingt I Z coyotesii seat of the national3 3governmenttn in Washington will have j been occupied 100 years nnd a grand celebration Is being planned to comII jncmornte the event I In its mineral productions there la BO country in the wore the superior i of Canada They include coal gold elver copper iron phosphates salt j gJIlIumjDenver ColI+ i Is probably the oldest mason in the I 9 9worldI having joined the order in Feb 1623 Mr Treat is now in his 4 I Iruary and still in vigorous health f 1Theref are 1500 persons upon the I German emperors list of employesI 1 1Including 310 women servants who arc engaged in looking after the 22I royal palaces and castles that belong to tho crown Inclrcumicriptlbleness meaning incapable of limitation has been ad hi I mUted into Dr Murrays new English dictionary on the strength of its useItf by a covenanting Byfield of the seyI enteenth century In 1805 there were 1030 savings banks in the United States und theII deposits in them amounted to 1841 000000 In 1690 there were 1042 say f andfI I There was shipped to the United coffeeii to tho TiUnp of 427000 in 1807 307 000 in 1808 nud 44000 in 1809 adO aII I smaller but still considerable itemt of Dutch exportation is to bG found In cocoa George Fresh Williams is of German riParentage His fathers name was 1 George Wcinlgman but had it 1changed by act of the legislature to 1 Williams r Labor organizations in England I have presented a testimonial to Lord Avebury Sir John Lubbock in recog shorteningtheThere are plenty of snakes in Sa moa but they are all harmless In certain districts it Js the custom oftthe native girls to wind live repdlelJJ around their necks and array al- ii I ornaments for their dances t+ 0 f Ir TO RESUME FIGHTING Gens Aguinaldo and Pino Are Recruiting a Considerable Force A Compunr or the ncia ritluiriif I leC mid Hunted u Hand of Itrb e1 Two AmrrlrniiM Killed Hiitl Vise IVuutulril fInnllll May 8 Telegranis receivedI here from Gwi Young report thatl Aguinaldo has rejoined the rebel guns eral Tlno In the north und that they have roUHBembled u considerable force in the mountains Gen Young du pets to strike them before tho rant sI lint asks for reinforcements The tenor of the dispatches huH cates that nUll Young is confidentt that Agulnaldo Ls with Tlno nud ii- ix It presumed they are planning toro sumo fighting during the nilns Company F of the 4Tth n glmiuiU met and routed a band of the ontsmy prolnacDof Albny April 13 Two Americans guru killed andI live Mer wounded including two car fluurx Thu Filipinos lost heavily Tim conditions around l giiBpl andI Sorocojig aro said to be continually disturbed Two rebel attacks on the AtuerlwiH garrisons In the Vlstivan islands ro ruiitly louse rudiiltvil In the killing o 3SO of the enemyand thu wounding of two Americans At daybreak May 1 four hundred rebels a hundred of them armed with rltles attacked Cuturmnn In Northern Catublgri company of the 43rd regiment wwi garrisoning the place The cue my built trenches on the outskirts of the town during the night Mud fired volleys persistently into it un tit the Americans charging the andskilled 135 of them Two Americans were wounded This attack was pre cipitated by the enemys recent Guar cessful flght ut Catublg The garri son of tatarmun hns been removed to LaguanA to number 200 men armed with rifles and six hundred armed with bolos and operating four muzzleloading cannons attacked Isro in Leyte Is land April 15 which place was gore risoned by twentyfive men of H companyof the 43rd regiment Lieut isles commanding Kstes left 15 men to protect the town and with the re malning ten men be advanced on the enemy in two squads sheltered by the ridges south of the town whence they stood off the Filipinos for three hours Then twenty armed members of tho local police force sallied out to help Kstes Americans The latter with the police charged the enemy aril together they dispersed the Fili pinos nail utter the fight was over burled 125 of them There were no American casualties RUSSIA AND CHINA u Frlrllnii Ilrttvrvn tin Two Oovern- nienta Over Itnllranil Convlrur- I Inn In Manrhiirln London May aThe St Petersburg correspondent of the Times says j IteportH have reached hers of serious friction between the Itinwlans and tho Chinese In Manchuria on the Ilnmlan railway construction route In one case n detachment of 33 Chinese sol Biers shot the ItiiHsinn captain of toe j Cossacks who were doing police tIntJJ The Consul attacked and pursued the Chinese cutting them down lire RiiKHian government sent a complaint to Fekln demanding the punishment of the Chinese officials of I the district China complied There I have been several murders and muti lations of Russian engineers by Chi II nese brigands i Tolincfu Men MrcC Chicago May Srhe second annual convention of the cigar leaf tobacco board of trade of the United States opened for a three days session at tho Wellington hotel The important questions of the convention will be ro gnrdlng the use of tobacco imported from the Philippines and the rccluOoII lion of the tariff on tobacco from Cuba Extent of the Utah Mine Il nitrr Salt Lake Utah May 8W G Sharp superintendent of the Pleasant Valley Cgul Co bus made a report to the treasurer of the company In ro gurd to the mlno disaster a ofieJdI in which he says Total killeil 100 bodies recovered to date 105 InjuredI 7 Of those in the mine 103 escaped olive and uninjured There are lob widows nnd 270 orphans Two Illreclum Itmlun New York May 8 TFunry W Selig rune bus rongnud from the directory of the American Steel Wire Co Mr Sellgman said he would make pub lie statement later in tile dayreed erick Strauss has also resigned from tbo American Steel Wire directory Later Mr Sellgnmn said he resigned because Cute rc would not roslgn l Will Aercpl the Trnnn- llnltimore May 8it Is more than probable that McGraw und Robinson J malinger and catcher respectively of t last years liultimoru league tram Sal I who have been released toSt Louis will accept the terms offered by the t munagcment of Hint clubFJhI1I lrIJmrlnr Uefeuscs Stockholm May sBoth houses of the riksdag by u joint vote of 212 to HD agreed upon the expenditure of 4gfift100 kroner for new defenses of wlilcliI rimoiint 2147000 kroner will be vfiiiilHil iliirlntr the cnmimr year A CONFLAGRATION bock Hint Pier Together With Hei rt 1rwel1 horned nt Cnnttnkln lion a1Lusa 30t000 New York Mny 8Jlrc destn yr ti largo section of the docks andsI Itli of the New Iern y Storage Co u Mooted with the Standard OIlM 11 t wcukii nt Constable Hook N J 1 liP hag u property IOKH of 5COOOO Tl ir Is KOIIIO KUHpUlou that tilt flrfi i I Hturted by strikers who for thei9tI week have been troublesome tit IK 1oil works and ut the Oxford coi n works which lilt join Tbo oil tnnk whip AI1tlp1alulI burned ns worn three olj bar r which lay alongside tilt dunks 1 En tugs from JJrooklyn dew lurkrrsoy City and Staten Inland rooms id1I to culls for assistance Tbo flrOil shore wore repojitcdly driven sip tram this firo by intense bent lintIt tugs had to turn their own hosy tlfllI thciiiKclvmt to keep their nldon iu I deck houses from burning 1Iw i 1I mid 2 nre totals tnsaeti Two iillo ilrlrurfe nt pier 3 wore t strayed but the pier itself and p JJr 4 wero wived Tlu+ ship loKephug I longing to firth r S++ u ttll of 1W i avnM destroyedp0 had blln lunI with cntse oil for China port I11It lowI to this tUftitdnfil Oil Co t 1 Iii bo In the iiotghhorhnwl of ftOOOOOftni building dockM nil and innohliiorjl The jniitpr portion of the 11I burned a+UM in eases nnd Imrrolx t idI adsfI r rtlmitlli + Oflldnls of the Standard Oil Co a t r nof the opinion that the thee started ojii one of the pile drivers They sar11I would have been Impossible for tilt strikers to set the fire an they coulil1I not IKIHH through the yards to tfi docks j FIRE IN ATLANTA IIIIC rnrlnrr find Forty Colt nrm- tirojrrd Hrudrrlnsr 31lany Kam II- Illra lt tnrra I Atlanta Ga May 8 Thefcctory c the Ware Furniture Co one of Ui largest manufacturing plants of it kind in the south located just oujsU tbe city limits was bunird For cottages occupied by people employ In the factory were destroyed l rn Bering many families homeless Sr ernl hundred thousand feet of bar wood lumber was also burnedI Win Dickinson fireman waJ jburned and Thos Varnrr w reed from one of the burning in an unconscious condition to the factory nnd on the will be about 800000 with about lUlU CUBAN EDITOR KIL HP Iva nn Aetlit IoiatVtnu IIU Imtrr linn Krrriiilr ttetf i crldclxliiir American OtflotaUi Ulinrara Province of SnnMagt i Ciibii shay R8enur Alberti ei of the Don ClnrldndqK was slant Instantly killed hy an unknoui Si f MBHfn at the theater Sunda Albertl urns nn active nlpltII crft1lelzlnJ t llldnlgo who killed Capt SOliD nulilwnllletters whtah he ridiculed paper- Ilewey In lteinlihl tnrr Memphis tiny 8Adni Dewey visit brought the largext crowd lien tboUlarjJ1Iromeat to aid in the festivities The titt In gaily decorated A floral puradij nod banquet were the features MemphiH Tenn May 8 Mcmpbli wont JJcwcy wild nnd the ally uur rendered unconditionally to tin gal hunt ndnilrul and his gracious wye I The climax of the days festivities urai- a gorgeous flower parude in the after noon which passed through the IlrfnI clwl streets and received the plaudits of thousands of enthuxlnktlr eltlzeai and vjfltorx The hall Will lie heady KnnsuH City Mo May 8ool the second time since Convention hull was destroyed by Sire on April 4 the sub committee of the national democratic committee met here and put ItIsunup of approval upon that hall and tho general nrningements being made by Kansas Cltlnns for tlivJuly guilt cuing The committee viewed the re construction of the hall and were surprised at the progress made No doubt IH felt but what the litilkllug will be completed In time for tho con vention To limprct tlii Xe v Hull Knnnos Oity Mo May 8The sub coinmittce of thu dcmornitlc rational committee are in this city to docldv definitely whether or not KHIIMIH City will be able to rebel Convention ban for the lily gathering No Itevolutlon In I ruin- lintaim May SGen It A fun Rivera I aciyrsthat j the United States representing hint ilK heading a revolutionary movemenl in the province of Santlngo was nb false- Cnntrlbutes t to Hie llrllrf Kumi Ottawa Out May 8 Irumlur Sed don of New Zealand hUH soot n cubic to Sir Wilfrid Laurler Infornrifig him that the New Zealand govermnnn tuna contributed 85000 to the relief fund of thw DMnwn lire MiifTeicrs J ARESTILLADVANCINGThe n North Bank of the Vaal River Slner the DrnUlork nt WMrrriiCn I uttO1ytJhuCI hastreceived the following dispatch from Lord itobfitn tinted Smnldeel lea ntftear Itniitor otter defeating the smutty tiny 4 jolnuil bunds with Pa et user VVnrrenton riie enumy loft 1t1 rollndIwe captured xiv rQl prisoners Our losses wero alight Hunter spooks in lilah terms of theI ColITho uneasy have retired from tit cI front of Tlmlw XCliu and the ox ucllll3 strong tOBltlon tht hold tis now occupied hy Hmidlea dlvlsluut London May tThe rupture al1 Wlntiurg by the llrllUh IIs confirmed uid tutu inuln mlvmiee to Pretoria con pruolit s i ied nil hard Roberts fonvunl move nieuttt Ily the opening of Wlnhurg1 irn Inn llnmllton puts hluwelf near i imrnllel with Lord IlobcS s nd1 only1 20 unites lutwArd while ho has i ho additional ndvnnttirt of being con I nected with his eldef by IIIVUIIH of the railroad that runs from Smnldeel ot Wlnburg station as it U nomcttmci culled to Winburg lanuIStreams and the llrltlxh are now cneomped ou the north bank of the Vnal doer The Itoerx art everywhere retiring before the lirlllsh except on tits Na tat frontier and at Mufcklng to the inner circle of thHr defenses They appear determined not to fight until the Kroonstad bilk are reachnl Lone Roberta is expected to do another 40 or 50 riles and then to wait fur n time in order to bring up supplies and repair the rnlhvpy There are 0111 or two hints In the dispatches from the front that he may rest for u few days at Smatdeel Gen Frtrnvhn 10000 cavalry have not befit mentioned In tIlt official or anafliclal dispatches for four days It ib by no means likely that he Iis Idle and the conjecture IIs that he Is either detouring toward Kroonstad or raid- Ing the Ladybrnnd distrlet Fifteen thousand llrttish are new operating on the wcimi frontier of the Fret State As thus deadlock tit iVorrenton has been broken suit the hers nn retreating there is nothing ormldnblc cxVopt distance letweeu 1rrctoo mitt Mnfukjiig Tho toast hopeful ndrlurs from Mafek rig of April Tt were that tile Jgarrlsun would be INI rely able to hoM owl far n uinorith At that Blair the over was IrtluIlRJIf Arrunllnir td advice from MNMHI ttasiitoland wvenil thowwitd Fiat Stntcrs are north of lndybnuid Whi rc they have rolltrtcil great bertls fy r district in Melt In rood for men anil honnis sail the Itoera MOIII re solved not to stove earthward but to IH preparing to resist whore they RI1I U they arc let alone they will matinee limo lino of oniuiiiuMlrathHtH after thctI fwnln Urltlwh army hitIsissedI Into theI Irnnsvml horn Roberta and Lord ICItchencr 1jicraonnlly directed this nrtlllary I Ihr hi Yet river ongHKonirnt Queen Victoria will send a stgneil photograph to Col Kekcwlah the lucre of Kimberlcy Six thousand four hundred nod fiftyeight troops are now at sea on the way to South Africa Xo others tub under antlers to go except as re untlts to fill up the louses of regi ment at the front + I Ixjiidon tray BLady Sarah Wlbon circa from Mnfeklni under unto of iprll 22 ns follows The situation In unchanged The garrison U dc pressed nt there being no sign of relief lint tii ns determined ns ewer to deprive Se Iloera of a crowning trl umph on the western border ARnae rtf jilsKy realized 240 at n rattle and 11 pound of flour WUH sold tit auction for two guineas London May 8Thin I rcnzo Mar que correspondent of the Times xtiyjtj Commandunt Sayman Iis so dcirnird nt the iirospuot of having his- ratrtutt put off that he has appealed for permission to retire northward train Mflfeklng to liitoroept Col llu IOIU Irlpp of Iriul Reduced rely York May 8 Surprise was ex iroMwl in the metal trade nt the nu tjfiu of tilt Ainorlenn Smelting tutu Usflnitlff Co which reduced tho price of IfliKl train SWO to f140 This is thus flrlt tbniR in price sluice the begin nifiif of the yonr aural luck of domanil suitia desire on the part of the dour lIdly to reduce time price of ore nt the bible ore advanced ns the prliuilpalrd- flBOHB I F lIlNlioii II M uckHoii Ural Montgomery Ala Mjdy oOIl1ho1 II Mr luoliBon until recently usjjlst ani IilfSbop of the Kplsoopal dioceso of Alabama died ofipneumonia its- wait a Virginian by birth mill watt n brlfnlnw of axGov Oaten of Oils elute KanillirrtM Ucn ro tt fir Floods- ttenvor Col Mny 7 According to the moHt conservative tmtlmriten It will tnke two mok to rfpnlrlho dc vBrtlatlOn wrought oft the rnntlbxdof thc trolnrndo A Southern rullioad iu Platte cinvon by the recent Hood 4 PEOPLES PARTY CONVENTION DelrKfilrn Ontlirrlnir nt Sioux Fnlls e n Where H rroldriillnt Ticket Will lie NomliiHted Sioux 1 ulna S n May 8A Sum her of delegates to the peoples party convention hnvo nlreudy arrived nndI nrnuigemunts for the gJtherlng are about completed It sane nt nut h tondod to iitlllxe the citys uditorium building for convention purposes hutI tho prospective nttondiinco grew so rapidly that it aorta found ncaosar to jieoure larger quiirtoni According whilstyt I 8000 tr 10000 people eat bo seated urns sotnircil TJiV uonvontlon will bo culled to or dor WiHlnutlny nt E oolook by Na tional Chnirmiin liutler lie will tanks a brief speech after which prnor will hulllllltu by sonic local minister nut yet selected An adilrmw of wet come will bo miulu by either Senatorr Pettlgrow or tlov Lute A temporary olmlminu will than lk niniuHl analI after the appointment of commit twos the eonvcntiou will adjourn untilII 1hun Tho prliieljwl talk IIHH bonn oboet the policy to bo tin uci1 In the selec tion of n sine pronldoiiUul MiidklHtif ply tbiMw nlrendy precont shunt in imutlfMtud quite a noUrllt11t frloHd shut for lien Charlos A Towni the silver remblmn louder of Mlnnewitn but then are sonic who contend that the honor should go to a populist THE POPULISTS Illher AVIiarlun Hiker or Icnullm Iut- elly Wlllll Ilif lrfl lrulU Oaiull date uf Mlilillr MUad llraurli Cincinnati May Irno prosldon ttnl candidate are talked of by thi loading iKpullntN gathering In Un oinnntl for the national convention of the mlddlraflheroudrr They hre Ignatius Domiplly of Minnesota nnd Wharton darker of IVnunylvnaln U cry thing Iis In reodlnms for the fad1 9f Chairman Denvers gavel which will1 call to order the convention of tb e luhhlleof thc road popull tsat nol intonN Opera IIOIIHC on Wednesday afternoon Only n few dozen dele gates have so far put In an appear ance hut their enthuibisni more than make up for their scantiness In unit uersIminlnent among the delegates who art grouped ubout the hotel eon rlilon U airs Luna K Kelll of Hurl writ Nth r ll tress of a popuplUt prattle mbllenttnn Mrs Krlll Is an rntheslaelh advocate of universal MitTnit mid roKMOM rxerrUtng lust1 fHtlcttl PHdcnvorM to have hIJJra1rtl In the plMtfnrm to be aduptrtl here a plunk enfraiieblHlng the gentler sox NEW RAILWAY TUNNEL tlif tloi tlirouitli llit Uhebutn- nnSMla nt SpViir Orrfk Iul Into Mrrvlrc loiidny Miirnluu AltewHR la May Sort acts railroad tiiHKvl llirfHijch thin AIUgfciiu nt lit rore creek was put late ertice IoH4lar morning The imt tmln to IMAM through It win A hwtry freight wentlHiuiHl Tlie rutting IH of the new ttuutel wes HeeompMiihril in U iniHHteN lq the large farce of train mini OH liquid Note ntngl traits Wed dci yiHl The old liinuel nlmndoH Hl MoHilny will IH widened1 during the Hvmm fr anti by December of the urea out year the IVnnsylvaHin will have a solid fourtruck road through the inonntaln nt this point SENTENCE STILL STANDS Rafael Urlte a lorfff Illran Will Xol Hr Itches d lront She 4in- aeaotM 1rulleatIMry St Paul Mlntu May LJudge Louhron has Inset in the Inltrd Slates circuit court his drelslon on this up pllcaflon of Rafael Oritx u Porto Hi- I van to be released from the Minor sots stale prison Orltx was convict ed by a military tribunal In Porto Rico for the niunler of n United States soldier and condemned to die The sentence was commuted to life Imprisonment Mayor Ankrtl to llriliiii Atlanta UnM May 8Thu oily coun ell adopted n resolution ending upon Mayor Jonas t i Woodward to resign hiM olline Tho resolution was this cut mination of u sensational sermon Sunday night by Kev L n Drought ton in which tutu inlnlstur made nn attack on the muyors personal hnb its The iniiyor declined to wtywhat his notion would be Jib term expire innunry 1 next- ntlounl It tllr AVorkrr Augusta tin May H Prwklent 1 W Urvtii of Ihonelx AlnM cHllud the llth annual convention of the Nu tlonnl Textltfl Worlflf America to outer hero Monday Dulegnte nn presVnt noun every part of tin United Status tutu from Canada Mn yor Kobbe of Augusta wcltiomcd the iniuutiiTH of the convention niter whldh n committee on credential was appointed The poiivcntloii will bu In session three days MIllH ItiminiP Aork Jodct ill puny 8IhrtHt or four mills of the American Steel Win Co started Mondiy with nearly a fitl force UOO men going to work Fur the present only n day force aril be inn hint II IIs evpeotml the night luau will 1m putt on In H short time 11I licit Ily Mr I run IlnutllU Cordova Mex May Piorduo Cook a wetilthy planter here wits at tnnknd und killed by Moxtcnn bund it H One of the bnudltu who VUK oiiptiiriM liiif been tried nnd sentencedl to 1 years IniprlsontMnt wMr a s Cures Talk i rL j Greet Fame of a Great Medicine Won by Actual MerittThe fume of Hood a Sn1pariUa has been I won by the good it hit done to those were iuTcrin from disease Its curei whQII 1welted wonder and admiration 11 toured thoBumU to rejoice in the enjoy hunt of good health and it will do you the j leiawefrom your blood all unpuriUo will give yttv a good appetite and make you strong ami vigoroa It iis just tho mrxlludno to II p ay I IitivigeratorII After mlTerlng sixfI I months ream iniligrittau hriilnane titr i vnuincf and impure blood 1 began alcnjg used tLunapanlla ud +thea J IUIII tlSl n six bottles I Sae well FrankNoleu Oi 1 land JIb m UMmmII is Americii I reotcU Medicine A reify Old Marie Her Frank Uuutaului at one lime be 1 lievcd that bus JIlGrlhutk would be toads much easier for him il ho poutmd a livri o on whih to ride from place to plate a her whatIJlIltUIIItbUttilt douseslieaw noU nIJvlaI with the IrBne however Ile lad tutd tit sac tf 10Ii respect at thu bone tie u1 to nnimnrnti One day ov Ir lthel t washashedisourly sufii 1er hone OVer s eU Fral lilt air at last Jett t- tJlucjl tin leeks is het 11UliliCWwas anythtkg lot hudIno Mtltilrel1mlYlu urae hone Clnftllhti hnlulrfr Utedoo999il1900 1There IU rvrry rOOtS IUIItIPCI Sky St Jacobs Oili- stoald are t RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGOrSCIATICA i for the test of the rtntorr One frtincMUt icttcm i l urt cote SURELY AND PROMPTLY ABSOLUTE I SECURITY Cenulna Carters Little Liver Pills Must Near Signature ef SH facSfw wrBelow Tory aoull ad s- N utff talie a w a6- CAffFERS IN MUTACL FIR wninfti m IIUMSKSS FIR TNMI LIVER Ftl CINSTfTATIM FIR SAlllW SKIN FtRTKECIMPLEXIM t 1e T UJNp wow rorr CURE SICK HEADACHE W LDOUCLASSp- a 3 D S InEC UNION 4tos6comparedwith klmlnrMnl bjr over 1000000 uraror LVovlu I tnisotusiz no tubitituM i humor Ii be tioslerdlOnldnot we will und a pate on receipt ol puke nlase lealhumtta znuis W L DOUCLA IHOE CO Brocllton Mitt Mrs C T Hardlnjf CynwyJ Pn near Philadelphia wrote April lit Igooff I have been UsIng Palmers Lotion for ao years for my HAIR AND EYESa- nd other ailment It is the best need I havqLotion SoapPrevents all skis troubles At Druggists only I GENT Pr Sor Ft0 noDaivanitn7pMlu e- r F 1 J Jj Jj j 1 y j ti 4 C I OULTONREFUSEOBAILThe Several Days Ordered to Jail iMtrrlff Suter L R Mnttlierm Con Mlnbln1 Dnrli llnrrolil nnd Olhcri I hiII I i Prtnkfort Ky May 4W IL II Dillons attorneys announced tint llitfwould Insist on offering cvldcnot t 1 1n tho lace of holy client and the de ten lnnt himself took the slund He alu he had never voiiHplred with anj of the defendants or any one eUe to j kill Mr Qoabel and had nothing to do with the killing j oftbcxoMinod Friday montlng Capt 1 P House of llarbour1lle n military of floelv was the first wltnesn Friday He IftUfJad rogunllng Caleb and John rowor f pfliniiiK to iiliii ten days IIfort Urn AMdaaiiiatlon and trying to hies Win to bring his company to Frasdtfurt dtojfuuHHl as chiles M CliKilo Todd privato secretary tc ev Taylor aakl ho SAW CnlUin mil Yautery at the goveniorg nuke sov- rillT tiwoM Did not know 11m or Bart Botrard Haw tHjmy armed men In tbs fovernors ofHc tho day of the h lhi a i itntulneer oxcunrfon Aaked If be i + any guar in the omit of Un steer TV u C state vfltMM Mtkl lie aaw two iiirr on the Saturday prior to- ibiasinktlnn Y MUi y mfr In the t nil and later pukedl up ODe of the ii surf took a loaltioM sear tilt win iv VitnM had left the room luii i iid HM YOUIIytvlso wna act alngrlyFI Mifort ln JUyr 64tat rday belio ti e term rnnkpnralroultoourttit I Iro anil ktMVkn n don would IH liHiulml I clta i in the Oaltoii CUM for ball the roM M u rlkllJ filling when Judge Cani ailed thi oourt to order ft viiio Davis Harrod stated that he citt it the wcoaMtlw bulldlns n few itter nftr the shot wae firedl uataf man run out of the were 17vI states otihe and run inlat the Iwsewmt He Uian trill Ui enter thr iovemors reeoptloH room but im atopiMil by sumo moo and a Rut H I dro p d In bin face lie dkln t re eR1IM say or u1t lira KferrlfT 9nl r toll of gulag to tlte hiai4 borer anti asatiMs in tkp nr rat f Harkii VVhlltaknr on the day of tM MaqsjalHaUon JIIllaO toll oft JfalHir to Uu Htate homo on Maroh 16 Wlttl warmHU for raI Ill Powers sad Tokn Daria and lbeing rofimodI Ijj I t i IIilrrow av- a tr Isert1 r WftmrUn kildvn followed Slier J Iff Muter A number of lettorn Iron I 110II f Wf1 i1e JtMlyo Cantrttl to be ewiinnwl In i he rkHu aewnty jolt until tkn Sj imbwtwnt of the Imnklln county rnnrt The eommnHwoallh aaulaltflfCl thkt It daalrMl to rink no armimmt fin rirfeMM mall for Unto to present tin case troitfli Attorney llnnwey tt H oclock at irifht Mr llamiwy be 11n hla rjrm mt sitd apont nno hour llltll a hall on the effort It was an lrwittrnl appeal I le Riving hte decMon nt the oonotfl Ion of Mr ItamaeyH argument luilsjo nntrill mid with much feeling I have not only born plnased and irmtlAetl but I have l cvn touehcd by A very able and olofJulnprlltloututlon- nI tile pMe fnn4hls defendant IIt wsjrtif not IMS pronjor for thla court to enaiHi Ht upon tho testimony IIn tld DU nor to indlente how mtieh of thla irrrat volume of evidence which has bwn stiUmltted would be eonipoten- upon n IiMltrlnl Thero In ono matter however wklrk oovncol felled to note And the pourt In r forrliyjf to that dial not undrtakn to give weight upon n flan trial of that particular brnneh of th e testimony but in this cano to the mind of the court tho testimony of Mr Park which nna not contradict ed nor In nny way quasi ioned na to what traiuplred between him nnd tho defendant at Louisville to my mind wonUI preclude any court from grunting tills defendant ball 1 regret ex ceedingly to limo to deny this appli cation He IK a young man with n young faintly anti us the proof theta with an nflltctcd wife And tko sympathies of every moan must go out to n defendant under that state of RUIYe the court is orprnnlxcd only for the purpose of weighing the mat tern between the defendant and the com mouwealth+ and under the obligations that 1 fort that I owe to the people of this community and to the whole commonwealth I do not conceive that under that state of case tho court would be authorized to grant tits de rcnilont boll Ilerolutlonnry Vnr Claim PnM Washington May LA bill to pa- StloG5 y tin Rncliol Wilson of IliurUon county West Virginia for tin ser vices of her father Col Benjamin Wll icon In the revolutionary war was passed In the senate The beneficiary of thin hill Is one of 10 children of Col AYIUon DoubleItaaaluEla Ioulnlnnn Now Orleans May L John Ireen and Charles Brown were hanged a- New t Iberia for the murdqr of Young Sorroll at Oliver Station La hat AIM gusti Allwcre Jfcgrocgv fv CYCLONES IK XANSASIDolt n Itutrn of Tliem lull Nnhrunhn Kotim uiul Much Tropitrtj Dunmcfd Kansas City Mo May 7half a dozen distinct tornadoes occurred In Central lianas Sunday afternoon fol lowing n duy of exceedingly high temperature Two people nro known to have been killed und three injured Wires nro down in the affected dls trlota ranking It impossible to ateu rntcly sum up the damage done A special from lilllnwood Ian Knys At 530 oclock a tornado vis Itcd Logan township It formed n few miles south of KtllmvOod und piiMcd over tho western portion of the idly At tho Cheyenne bottotnH six miles north It divided In six ell ferent directions nthl destroyed tho rcstdonocH of George and William Ilelfrlch George liolfricli and wife wore instantly killed William Jolt rah his wife und child wcro badly hurt Tho storm next struck tho farm L ctrl Schneider destroying the outbuildings and leaving the dwelling untouched Further Into the country u nunibur of others are re ported killed or Injured A largo amount of stock was klllud A special from Lanud Kan unyt A tornado pasad southeast of hero at 0 oclock utI atruok near 1nwnoc Hock threw miles distant limo wires are down and it IB hnpowrfhlo to learn tho extent of Ufo damage done Pour separata fuunlsliHHMl clniulB are re Portal to mare bent wen In tho tityea that of host hoo- dOtbsltonaa are reported nenr Kn nopolla In Kllaworth comity rind near Brookvlllo In Saline oounfj Near KanopolU tight distinct funnel taped clouds developed within n ra dius of SO mllM four of them large outs and two of which are known tot hnvo traveled over the oarth for a pace of SS minute One of thoI storms tore down nil the outbuild ing grnnarlw tNlI windmill ot Uia Watt farm three mllon north ot Ka nonolln Omaha sob Slay 7st upealal from Hwirer City Nolu girl further do tails of the WlUoiiville tornado Many farm honsoM were destroyed Timt hailstone vro an largo an b scballa and wore driven through sofa Tin twitter uppmrMl after tho bombard Intent aril look a nnrtheeterly course It was funn ahapod and did tlnmano over n wide arm Pwriner wet atulI north of Wltaonvllle were the great est HuftVrer Many people fled to their collars A Tower large hotoo was destroyed Towers Ida wlf ami daughter wore Marfoualy thoHgh not fatally Injurwl 11 OHMS end Iwrnn a U 11 Funlab 1L II Carbett and H A llourna worn destroyed The lotto Ju r sy MILLION DOLLAR LOSS The Mnllory Lint Sleamblp Plrr on the Hunt Itlver New York In- Completely Destroyed Now York May 7A lire tlwt tart oil at tko river end of the Mallory ln staHililp pier at the foot otr MaliloH lane and the lIt river early Sunday worn lag oompletely da t Mud the pier aril IU vahxihle con teats Suvcral bargw which were mooredI nenr the pier ware olio destroyed awl many rescue of their oaptAina and of the member of the fnnillle nnl ord were nmdc Only one life wa lost The Bnioiitkokl daughter ofr Capt Charlc belts of the burg Sherwood warn drowned The Mallory lute pier wets 100 fee long and 10 foot while Tho pier shediI WM filled with valuable freight of mieccllancouB character but mostly cotton all of witch hats entirely de nt royed The luse IB oetlmatod n t IOa000n Work Will lie Itrnninctl cuttploypH of tho lirnddock plant of tin itnerloan Steel Wire Co hire bey ii notified that work would bo returned In the nail mill next Monday anti lIn Ui roll mill a uJia r rill plus employs 800 man Durlnif tho idle eras pxtwiiidra Improvements have bl ou made and tho productive capa city of tho rod mil Increased l0Dp oa pounds a day Sitflat for 8aitnncld Snnrrll Snit Lakes ttah May GIn addition In tho donntlona to the fund for till relief of the Schbfkld ftulToreiH this Colorado Vital b Iron Co hnr sub Herlbid 6000 mill the Itlo WMtcrn Itnllway Co IW000 Ties tun BubseriptloiiB come from New York to tin Huperintendont of the 1lcuHnnt Anlley Coal Cot PolkaCniHiininlly tit Milwaukee Whit May rhnt 1114I known as Kills Junction Marinctte coifnty Wls was Saturday sold toI the 1olska Industrial Co Tho village IH Included in a tract of 10000 acres The tract will be colonized by a co operative community of IolcK The amount paid la said to have been over 100000 Queens filft to OUnwn London May 6QUlcn Victoria has contributed 500 guineas and till prlnec of Wales 230 guinea to tht Mansion IIOUBC Ottawa fire rehlel- fund 1 Another Ottawa fire relief fund- was I open at Glasgow and about c21 000 was subscribed in n few hours New Arctic Expedition hamburg May 0 1rldtjof Nnnsen I tho Swedish explorer along withI other famous scientists will conductt a scientific expedition this summer to the Arctic seas and Spltzbcrgen 1 thpgoTcrnmcut olilp MlchnclSals J NOTES mOM WASHINGTOg Status of Affairs of National Inter est and Doings of Political j Leaders DISAPPROVAL OF THE PORTO RICAN IILlj 5 Hark Ilanna Hand In Vnrlou Ri teraMoklnlern Cabinet sad Hee retnrr Hootn TalkThc Irllvoe Sulmldr Grab nut He wiled b the Ilcnoor li Special Correspondence Senator llanna und liU colleague have returned front the recent state conventions und are in excellent humor over the harmony which pre valfed Senator Fairbanks Is gleefully announcing that Indiana Is entirely sotUllud with the iorto Wean tariff bill llanna contemplates with pride the platforms which he and Represent attic luck made and had adopted 1 various states They claim that ho stony lion been fully restored even in Ohio the fctate where factions always flourish In Washington there la a disposition to regard the republican hurmouy In such states as Ohio Indiana Wisconsin and Masaohu ettB In another light Tho reaction from the storm of popu Jar disapproval came too quickly i Ite altogthcr genuine From the sur taer point of view it IBI cQueodod that Messrs Dick anti llanna give a tinetaxM hibltiou of thorough party dusclpirno when they write the state platforms In Washington and have them adopted without a murmur t Uut what has boooma of the oppostf lion of the republican prose It voiced u deep and sincere Protest of the peer I1le in the Porto Rican matter and there IB no Indication that there bd been any change of heart since the bill was poised It seems auspiciously won derful that state conventions can Bgi thoroughly obey the behest of party bosses und at tho saran time reflect the real sentiment of the people especial Ijr when the two solo as wide apart It heaven and earth only a few week ago There la a hullo in Washington tin the disgusted and angry republicans are staying away from party convert tlons That they are sulking in their tents now and tint they will do tho trot thing on election day It is n good deal easier to impose party dlsI alpttnc on n convention than upon the maN of votes It would be a more healthy indication if some of the ref publican Indignation against the nellI toting policy of the administration had broken loose in tho state wmvcntlonn thlJrArAPJ1U blob prlAlI lUa lthtgraQyllrdllanna and Dlek have practical 7IllnUormyears urjj lmlri the fulsome praise of its imperial polfcv IIs not likely to conciliate the pvoplc who believe that constitutional princi plea are Involved and that the future of the nation depends upon their prop i or solution JVUKlnlry Creature Mcmbera of Mr MeKluIe cabinet 1lune lately ben diverting tliemgclTf und other people by attending ban quote In various parts of the country Most of their uttornuceti are ImrmliKs thentmatter and sulfa ortdit to themselves imnagine they have done Hut Secretary Knot was more unfortunate than hi colleagues when he chose the Monroe dootrino for his topic und suggested that we might yet have to fight In it defence lie overlooked tho very obvious faft that our intermeddling with mutter in 1nclfio waters left the udntinUtra 1lion with very little reason to oujrvt If Kuropcan nations chose to assume Suret ly Monroe serer contemplated this na lion waging n war of subjugation on the Filipinos mid massing war veesH to grab a share In the Chinese partition when It comM off Secretary Hoot might have talkedi very Instructively on tho coming of thr rainy season in the Philippines which will suspend hostilities and leave this 1Filipinos no nearer subjugation than they were before lie might have theom that the war department is constant Ily sending fresh troops and supplies to the Philippine lie night have caller attention to the fact that its costs nearly n million dollars a tiny to cam I on the war in tIll Philippines and first the average exports from the UnitedI States to those islands amount to shells 5000 n day They would bo much law ii we were not supplying our own army with many requirements explainedhow1 ofllccni to have n free land when it comes to Cuban revenues so thnithey an live in princely mngnlflceiur anti entertain lavishly Ho might have suggested that titPorto KlemiH will also be obliged to pay for imperialism out of the island neglectedc simplicity with which Gov Allen land ed in Porto Rico though of course he I would be excused If he pnlh11 over the chilly reception accorded the new gas ernor by the populace Really there are so ninny Interesting things that Secretary night teh 1 rUle people 1t seems n pity to go bock to that Monroe doctrine vhtch the nil ministration hi s rV aeml bythe aU11 ttrlng spectacle of McKIMey Imperial Jim ResaleSraatnr bust w net in the senate because he cant make up his mind to drop the ship itiUIdy bill He might as well for he cannot possibly get votes enough to pun it The vote on the Quay case irinikcd the climax of republican discos ent and disorganization In the scn tto1b J promisethisuniner rather titan permit the pas sag of the subsidy grab Practically- no kujlness has been done In the senate rfortheKtf waiting for a distinct assurance in tyal1he subsidy 11Iwilt not be bT lit up If that Is given and a clef IIslaI schedule agreed upon the big ap proptfttlon bills and the Spooner Phil j1 Ippiuyiontrol treasure will be disposed I of ii tfme for adjournment by the mid die oftlune 1all rests with Senator llanna anti la1tlafriWda nredThe lilnho tinier TroiiPiIpn minrill mmJsry affairs is nearing a close TLo n lUll facts duselosed show n WOs fate of affairs then were stig ltIPtlfth resolution of Investlgn a t appear that In Idaho the tssnd military nutbnrltlee cosytjIsc1 n evade and dlarrgard the lows gf tkewlatc end use constitution of the Hi ath rai an the permit stitCtnjj Bis no man could obtain work 2r rIn the country unless on n sn permit from certain ofllelals i rbhen have been used to enforceb ti Dilation The attempt of therVarlcd tntIll military and Idaho state laic Ira to dl1i11 reponrtbillty and 4vdrtgtukronlyinoruaststytrgrnrityt ofihe lfrnse JI ADOLPH PATTBnSON STANCH AND TRUE Mi npnn Adlierei Idrmlr to tlir ID Ulan lie AHMnmcil to ttfm orlticlahis authority anti Influence linn iiwlfilr Bryan to al andon the sll A lctvtfc rest pointed out tc hn tjyjt it is not and cannot be the ilI Issue of the coming campaigns In that with a republican senate p 1 to the singly gold standard tittion at tide juncture U futile u Client Mr Ilryan has been t y times that his firm ad 41 dthe principal doctrine of the ynttgn will cost him man7 v lit he refuses to stray one I i his conTtctlomi even ttcg may interfere with hi prhtd its position certain i dI saunfFalC i e the Dollar The Iramedii tp ylems that demand solution intrusts and imperialism 3ir jTffiointnin that im eriallsm iif spring of the trusts and thai inbnev trust is the father of them IL puiresidcntlal campaign there 1It I1n to be more than one issue Sjottmes an issue Ife so great so- invlioliMlnpi in its neccssitlea thatII toroM nil others to the background this floes not by any means ImplI v nnMsqe i hgpfira tit the common people Tht f olleIh3 r Bryan having espoused a just OMe tiers not abaiuiou ft merely up tlthb ground of expodlenoy or to fur- tat personal ambition Herein he libra from Mr McKlnlcy and hero it V one great secret of his hold on JalnnsxsE Mr MrKlnlvy has not JIt same hold because he is the erea iwr of political expediency and per i WK1t ambition It Iis better to have ttatcsman In the white house UlAn politician Los Angeles Herald EW DANGER FROM TRUSTS inlimlnllaii of Stock by n Speviiinlom Viulrr Trustr Control i tlTjieloprlugflcldl Mas XP8 calls danger from the J feajb trusts growing out of similar rations an that of the steel trust llph11 recently shut down Its mills t iftWIng 6000 men out of work nnd1 overproductionII 1 t ij upIThis says tho New is a rev I lion of the po slbllty of just auc I II UilpulntlonH of stock by shrewd s eulutors In control of the trustv liloh IH opening the ryes of the pu IIi rto n hitherto too little considere- ddI reguIcapital in control P If cat staples of popular consumption I tier thin Industrial system in vogue P evioiiK to the trust combines no one c nccrn would dare to attempt to de t P ompltltorsJutcn iportiinlty to push their own into c tSr pRut under the combine system t iQ mapnatca of nnyHrust usually tinI R nipulous always greedy can bt p Tcelve the opportunities tempting tom to work schemes on time stock n arket for their individual profit To e11 lylU rests with n few leaders of the 6 cat trusts to precipitate a financial1 Pfmlo upon the nation whenever it oily seem profitable to tkrir 1 + hear Itlle market and Incidentally throw millions of employes out of work Quay has for years corrupted thee II slnturetf of rennKyhama not by dlI rebbery but by yet more demos nl1z a nBi methods corruPtitrg the repub 11partyat the nme tlneIoit 6i Ff4F6fetittFtl fccsIiIw STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS t H LIEUTENANT GIBSON WON Remarkably Kant Time Mode InIneT TfTentrSlxth Kentucky Derby I nt IonlnTllle I Louisville Ky May 5 Lluetenant ibson won the 26th Kentucky Derby 206i taking threequarters of n second off the truss record for one mile in and a quarter The race itself I IiII belief that the rawhide nnd steel would be plied vigorously during the i st eighth of the journey In the bigIt The promised finish toiled tojiII nmtcriallc hut for one reason Lieu tenant Gibson was so fur superior to his field that they could not make nose of It IIII The Derby was the fourth event on the curl and when the entries were OronIItlj I leaving seven of the best colts In tho west to contend for the honor Ken jt acky Farmer Lieutenant Gibson Ills I Kxcollency Highland Lad Floriznr I rive nnd Hindus clan out on IheII in the order named and was in turn cheered as he paraded In front of the stand t j 11InI I j I j lleforo the first quarter was- eached Lieutenant Gibson hind taken I finIIflhI i ing bean touched Florlar was sew I end half a length In front of Thrive who was a length In front of High land Lad while His Excellency Ken lucky Former and Hindus were strung out in the order named There were 20000 spectators present FOREST FIRES Vnat Amount of Vnlnnhle Timber is Ilfliij Dmtroyed In the Mountain DJutrlvtM Lexington Ky May 5lIre is tie- traying thousands of dollars worth of property throughout the moun taliw of Kaatorn Kentucky At Chim ney Top a point near Natural Bridge In Wolfo county the Clay City Lum ben Co lots lost several hundred logsi nut ninny hundred crossties during the past weak and the flames nro still ragings tht1 out1l1rn the xTngon Uasteni Railroad Co has some 2000 0 crossties about 700 of which hay e been burned and there fa still danger of further ravHfOs Why He Killed Hint Lebanon Ky May Ifllo trial of Amos Harrison for the alleged murder of Blue Ford Konnctt has begun Harrison stated ho shot Kennett 1 in order to jtroteet his hone that he suet Kenned bore a bad reputation for morality and ho warned blip to eeiwo ill attentions to Ida sister und told his that ho did not want to catch him at his home again When he returned homo on the day of the tragedy and found Kennett there he hart very much enraged Kennott arose Harrison stated sod when he placed his hands behind him he shot him killing him instantly onilnntcd Ily Acclamation Ashland Ky May 4Time repub licans of the Ninth congressional Ills tries nominated Snmuol J Pugh for congress by acclamation The dele plea to the national convention nt Philadelphia are Horace Cochran and largo W Armstrong alternates William Marl and J U Rico W G Dcerlng was selected for dolegatout large Wore ii Shirt Waist i1Lnnissille Ky May 6 Tommy Lewis and Kd Davis alleged noted I crooks were presented In court They were suspected of robbing the rued track crowds Lewis though 1 years old Is so annul that he was in knlckcrbockere und a shirt waist unit looked like a small buy They were given three hours In which to leave town IlMind In n Cemetery Hnrrodebiirsj Ky May 7Ihlltp fhomjHon jr amt of lion John lS TliomjHion lasts found unconscious inj hfho old Ft loll Cemetery here An examination revealed that one of his legs was broken in two places Sev conbsclousness and said ho laud no recol lection of how he came there InokliiK for n Location Richmond Ky tiny 61 party of Ohio capltulta were at Valley View this week prospecting for n site for a large lumber mill They were pleased with the location nnd shlpt ping facilities anti leis the Impression rthat they would probably locate their plant here ItStout Quarry Shut Dawn Howling Greta Ky May D The appointment of n receiver for the Howling irceit Stone Co growing QUII of n 135000 foreclosure suit ha caused the big plant to tchut down Several hundred people tire thrown out of employment A Uendlocti Ilroketi- Mlddlcfcboro Ky May STho school board which has been deadI lucked over the election of a suporln tendcnt agreed at a meeting on J ii Taylor of Bpaver Damfor thel place v yj4YMn h MADE A CLEAN SWEEP jt Wit bIn Two llonra Many at the hIuslnea blouses of Glasgow ICy Were flamed Glasgow Ky May 7The most dls nstrous firs in thin history of Hart UnuIsourly 250000 of property had destroyed Time cast side of thisii square was swept clean with exception of one building This was the principal business street ot the place anti the losses will doublo insurance Pin Methodist churc- hI Main street one of the oldest brick buildings in the town was also destroyed The principal losers are Henry Ilaubold 13000 lirndford Saddle To 7000 Wood it Mueller groceries and hardware 3000 Clarence Wood building 5000 Hughes d Depp drytgoodsIlUlll 1mlldinJrIPrink Frle confectionery and bakery 1500 R S Palmeru building 3300 Leech d Kills wholesale and retail druggists 80000 U K Wells two buildings 7fiOO Theo Goldna iner gents furnishings 18000 the Weekly Republican newspaper office 9a000 Dr L H Williams dentist 1i 1000 Dr A M Rowe physician SSOO Drs Monroe Dinklcspcal oculists 500 Dr S T Purcell physi clan 350 Dr F J Taylor 250 Jones iv Sturgeon lawyers BOOO Taylor Conycrs 1000 Depp Hughes d Holinnn 500 Dickey Co grocers 3000 Mrs Ben Mjers building 1000 A Rapp photogra pier 1500 Methodist church 3000 Jewells hall arid Star palace 1000 The funnily ot Mrs Raubold who resided over his confectionery were nearly overcome by the smoke when aroused and barely got down stairs r In time to save themselves The ori gin of the fire is unknown although a there Is a suspicion of incendiarium It is n terrible calamity for tho town Jin Denim to Enter ttte lines Richmond Ky May 5IKxGor tames B MeCreary of this city win since the death orSenator Goebel has received scores upon scores of letters and appeals from democrats all over t t v f 17tVTri gr iii t f t1u mend Climax his home organ as tiny lug that he has no desire whatever to again occupy the executive chair at Frankfort and it is improbable that he will yield to these overtures and enter tho contest Short lit llln Accounts Louisville Ky May fi Investigation into the accounts of Joseph W Moray assistant cashier for W n Belk ncy S Co whq committed suicide show a shortness so far of about 3000 lIxportfl are still at work oit + the books nnd it Is expected that tho total will exceed this amount con siderably Marcy Iis sold to have lost the money in speculation and gam hung band Over Unit Subscribed Richmond KyI May CIt Is an nounced trout lleren that IJcrea col kifre of which D D K Pearson tho millionaire philanthropist of Chicago recently gave an endowment of 50 000 on conditioi that the college live 150010 more bus half of tho Intttr sum subscribed President W 0 Frost of the college Is now in iho east working for the endowment Pound In n Vault Louisville Ky May5efloc mys tory surrounding the peculiar dis appearance of Sarah Wemberg the threeyearold daughter of hoses Weinberg who has been missing since last Saturday was solved by the finding of tho little OIIOB body 0In n disused vault next to her home 1lit Just Market street Voucher Sent Hack Louisville Ky May 0 Pqnstoa Agent Leslie Combs is refusing to ac cept vouchers for pensions sworn to- by notaries appointed by lleckham All Ktieh are being malted buck to tha sender thus causing great delay and confusion in getting the pensions Humor of n 1Ulol Duel London Ky May 7 Meager inter motion hits reached hero of a pistol duel in Leslie county between two men named linker and liurgjn result lag In linkers death The lattera chastisement of Burghs son soused the dispute The place Iis remote Thrown Irom ills ItuRBy and lolled Paris Ky May 4While out driv big with his wife County Judge W M Purnell was thrown from his bugi gy mill killed Ills neck was broken but his wife escaped Injury ItobberM the Mtroglyrerlnc Lewlsburg Ky May 5 Robbers broke into the L d N depot and FI L Marshalls store blowing open silos I solo in each place with nitroglycerine They secured 75 cents In pennies tii I one place und about 250 iu old and coins in the other 11Odll Ietltloit In llniikruptcy Owensboro Ky May 1SlIarborII Mclntlrc of Henderson flied petition Iln bankruptcy The liabilities are 2 and the assets tl31 nil claimed under exemption l+ McJntirc is In this grocery bujlncss J u f II 114I i IiI j II =THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren I l r t tmOKMAN KY JFRIDAY MAY 11 1000 t T W L WILSOX who was in OleoI I I BrynuIttttOUT of a total of seventy Illinois towns voting on the liquor question last week fifty five went dry tI ttttA DEMOCRATIC primary will bo held 1 in Ballard county on Juno 2 to nom il nato n candidate for circuit clerk ttttIe JERRY M PoRTER of Clinton anI I I t RepublicantTHE appropriations of tho present I Congress it is estimated will amount to more than a billion and a halt dolI I i lars ttttTHE date of the Worlds Congress of t witti the Exposition has been changed from Sept 8th to June 2829th I j ttttIT is a little suspicions that those pa pers which do not care to seo Col Bryan nominated arc busy trying to create the impression that his health is breaking down tttt I TilE State Department is still waiting for the reply of the Turkish tfovcru ment to tho American demand for the I l lpayment of the indemnity clams ag 1 l BrnBa ting 90000 fttttt IP there Is any popular demand for the nomination of Admiral Dewy fo- II newsJ papers which can always be dependedI upon to reflect public sentiment tttt J TilE Nashville Banner says Ex Gov Bob Taylor has written his friend t Colonel Caswell of Knoxville that hot e could not afford to accept the nomina tion for VicePresident if it were offer 4 ed to him tt tttt- A DECISION of the Supreme Court o the United States in the Kentucky goyI ernorship case may be expected May 14 i or 21 on both of which days tho mem bers of the court will assemble to hand down opinions ttttJUF- RESEXTXTIVICji SUUUtR of New j c Xork created urry in tho llouse Mon day by a determined effort to secure thet I passage of his resolution expressing ympathy tor the Boers Iibi attempt t was thwarted by the Speaker ttttx lox BILL REED of Marshall county denies that he will be an independent candidate for congress from this district However he said Well if the e I thI Democratic party I reckon I would A Ahaveto accept it h ttttt TIlE journey of the Boer peace envoys 1 to the United States is so strongly rem i J iniscent of the similar mission to France x and other countries that Benjamin I Franklin executed during the Amerlcanteen Revolution that American hearts takeI on a decided glowtttt SIBLEY of Pennsylvania who came very near being on the ticket with in 1890 has become a Republi t I IBrynn is a Republican nominee fo hantdi II IGovPingree of Michigan says the I hope of the country hereafter is in the I j Democratic partytttt Tux pension bill just enacted by Con I r gress calling for more pension disburse ments will be used by the party in pow t er as an additional reason why the war J i stamp taxes must not be repealed th session There is no need for the rove nue these stamp taxes are producing yet the party in power retains them and then proceeds by largo appropria tions to spend the accumulating rove i nue i ttttiTIm Democratic Congressmen from Kentucky seem to bo having an easy time this year in securing nominations 4 Wheeler has no opposition in tho firs Allen is in tho same fix in the second I j Rhea in the third Smith in the fourth Turner in the fifth and Gilbert in tha eighth There will likely be contests in tho sixth seventh ninth and tenth The Democrats should easily elect nine f withfa fighting trotii ttttST Louis is asking the federal government s to donate 15000000 for her great fair The making of approprin tions to fairs by the federal government ought to be discontinued at once an forever It is n shameful waste of tho peoples money giving it to small one a horse worlds fairs those at Omaha Nashville Chicago or Atlanta Th way for a city or state to advertise Is to dig into its own pockets and pay tho I price and not seek to obtain said advert 1 tising a private benefit at the expense of the national government i C LOCgLtNENlS Rend the Council proceedings t3T Wfttchca repaired at Bucks good CIr lt dissatisfied with tho Ooffeo you drink try Chase Sanborns fam bus Boston Coffee Sold by II Buch anan Tho towboat Minnie left Louisville yesterday for Hickman Ky having in charge n big tow of grain Pnduoah News Tn Farmer call with your produce at ATE SHAWS Big Store The next regular meeting of the Hickman Building Loon Association will be held at tho court house next Thursday night 17th inst aI want to buy BeefCattle Sheep Chickens Eggs limns Bacon Lard most anything you 1have to sell T A Lmipoun Editor Brice of tho Troy News Ban nero has been elected Mayor of his town He can now cut all tho vapors he pleas es and then fine himself nail remit tho fine Scimitar rNew I1tlo hats for 390 Well worth 75c Furnishing goods depart meat RICE ifc NAVLOR These beautiful May days with Nn ishenough to make all those sweet commune with her to lovo his fellow man and revere his Creator A Big lour freight car left the track nUll crashed through a farmers house at NUtS Iud Tho owner n wo Ulan demanded indemnity at tho point of a revolver Tho demand Will grant ed Brice for Sale In any quantity II N COWOILL A match game of base ball was played at Kirks Park in East 111 L man Saturday evening last between the Shaw Boys iiiuo and tho Hickmau Col l with a result of 31 to 16 in favor of the former Tom Lowery a negro was arrested Sunday by Sheriff Carpenter and Mar torkill in Gibson county Tenn lie was tnrned over t tho Sheriff of Gibson county the prisoner consenting to go without requisition Soon ho picnic season will bo on in Full blast then red lemonade anti spot ted ice cream will be all tho rage Then it is when the young his best Sunday clothes and hieshimself to the green weeds them all spotted up with grass- Hickman or lemon pie has decided to institute afire alarm and to have huge renovatedfput This is well and is intended to give property more certain protection from tire and to hold our present insurance rate classification The Government has caused the ar rest of Dr Weltmer tho magnetic lien er of Nevada Mo on tho charge of us ing the m The P O authoritleephaordered till mail to him to be held up Dr Welt mer asserts that ho is anxious for trial and says ho is being persecuted by other physicians DO YOU INTENDto paint your house Spring lf so see SWAYNE The Druggist Ho hand lea mixed Point Oil Turpentine Var nishes Stains Hard Oil Finish Etc Prices right A now coin threecent piece has been authorized by act of Congress to take the place of tho old coin which was so much like a dime that its coinage was stopped The new threecent piece is ordered to be made of nickel tho size of the old bronze cent only thicker In tho center Is to bo a hole onefourth of an inch in diameter This will make tho coin easily distinguishable by Right and touch It will be some time however before this now coin will be in circula OityCouncilmore of a sensation than any of its enactments for many years and many of our citizens are in arms so to speak against the law and the city fathers It looks like a majority of tho people- r are not in favor of the law but as to this there is a difference of opinion However this may bev it is a law now and our good citizens should adjust lat fans to the conditions and in a short time tho angry clouds will roll by If yon want Style Fit and- Quality especially ill MISSES AND OHILDRENS SHOES si will pay you to Dee our lines RICE do NAYLOR Cash Shoe Store We notify the readers of the Ooun IER to be on the lookout for tho total eclipse of the sun which will occur on the 28th of this montha heavenly event that few persons over witnessed The first appearance of tho eclipse will bo observed at Hickman at 645 in the morning and will last about two hours Such a general eclipse of the sun la quito rare and tho scientific institutions andtto make tho most of it None in tho enoughafavorable auspices Stock lcM for Hale Cnpt J W Martin jr of Woodland Mills has a car of Whippoorwill Peas that ho will sell you for 140 per bushel They will bo higher when those are gone so como now and got what you want Troy NewsBanner Wo wore at Dr Has Williams homo lost Wednesday and noticed a picture on tho walla strong and powerful face Wo soon learned that WilliamsJa druggist and physician of Hickman who sacrificed his life for tho good of humanity When all others had fled from Hickman Dr fillingesickadministurirg consolation to the dying dressing and in dead and markin Fund nurn Bern rho wouldknowdeed and in truth a greater hero than ever fell on field of battle j IIJh II ONLY WAY in t THE our Store disappoint wishesI yon just a tgiing of everything on are led to we tint from the p r i 0 t Wo want yon to f08ii that its tho LEADING cour That our policy is nppreci ted by thrifty buyers wo have every evidence I t T Early Spring Spacmls Elegant Bed You igos front 8 000 find upward Oak Hall Trees 1 j nly 8800 Iron Beds from 700 to 81600 i IYOUYE1 I r 1 YOU KNEW you could tfwe them at suoh reasonable fu pricesIf yon knew tho rla were so omotbl- 1t would have tilled a place f honor In your house long since It Isnt Toi Late Now Its really an excellent wloth for their purohuHO Just a little more than your lIeyaWtrthttU sending our business forward its mnk many now friends for nil tTRemember we have jf Brat Stock of UNDERT S GOODSin Western Kentucky t 11STEP SMITHi Mr Jorgenhausser Used to Worry IIi- isBecause alive lsuments in the local papers didnt seem to attract atrtlon didnt draw a crowd to his store and help hitojvi sell goods NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Because herss found that he can get fifty first rate ads chuck fullaffsuggcatious the best that arc apt peering in his line n newspapcfls the country over for a dollar and thatjwth their help it is mere play to arrange ads which fill the bill to a 1 You can do the same All lines nffntlll dollar to AD ii- SUPPLY BUREAU4 8 Devonshire St Room 24 BOSTON MASS IJAISo The cruelties inflicted on men and the still more shucking indignities suffered lellJlelBStemtho humane women of that State On tho first of this month tho year which had been asked for a trial of the now system closed and tho reports pro seated by the Prison Commission were highly satisfactory Tho new plan is better than tho oldnot only in its more humano caro of tho convicts but in the financial returns Systernwas taken out of the hands of the les bythedirection of tho lessees except In u bus mess way Tho convicts arc clothed and fed by tho State nnd all tho lessees have to do In to point out the work for them When tho State practically sold tJio con victa labor and till to the lessees the art nual profit seldom exceeded 112000 During tho year just closed the hire of the convicts brought into tho treasury 200J89in not includfng u clour profit of 5000 on tho prison farm Of this amount 8120000 was appropriated to meet tho expenses of tho dujKtrtment although not all this appropriation ll needed leaving at tho lowest figure a profit to tho State of 83000 Humanity paysBnAzir ulla Date of Political Contention Populist national Sioux Falls S D IMayOiMiddle o tho rond populist national Ci0ncinnRepublican national Philadelphia June 10 Prohibitionist national1 Chicago June 27 i Democratic national Kansas Oily July 4- The Tree Barber Shop i FireH will say that I need your pa tronageSecondBecauso I am prepared to do your work ThlrdBecauso I am liberal with you i FourthYou will always find mo ready nnd willing to do your work with Razors sharp and towels clean A neuter shop cannot be seenIn Hick man A L HOCKINO WHEAT CHOI PROSPECTS t The condition of wheat in the princi pal winter wheat producing states pray be summed up an follows In Ohio Michigan and Imlitiuu tho crop is practically n failure Many of tho counties in those States will fail to produce as many bushels as wore sown lost fall Winter wheat in Wisconsin If in much the same condition on in tho three states above named In Illinois the prospect in far less than an average crop Missouri has n flue prospect for tfnop na have the States of Kansas and Iowa The ItcllgioH of Admiral Dewojs Wife I Whether otheCntllolloChuMIhEpis copalian communion wo do not know thoRcpnbllcnndiscussion tho religion of Admiral Dow rebukeThouponthaWhitobecause Mm Bland was a Catholic All such attacks upon n womans religion or thoI1t1ORlll1StSome of tho best pimple in tho world OhnrohEquallyl do not look upon tho Catholic Church as na loyal ions and daughter do In either event tho religion of a mans mlJhtyImallhint It in uuRepubllcau till Demo eratie unAmerican nloneJotronlonOit An Epidemic of WkooplHg tongk La t wluter tinting nil epidemic of contractttl conghlnl rvinCoughII torLnouptime and found it relieved thin cough nut effected n complete euro Jolty Jot lionNOtvood for fliolinanand 2CO I CIJg iLr iiI- IF 1 Cowgnl Druggists QUARTlti FUR UIIIIJIJ rONICNI COOIill SYRUPS ANn rrOIlJlnllRTICIJnS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded t Breajii IS THE f STAFF OF LIFE AXD r TO GET GOOD BREADS JJII c OO TO Tim + Jew + City + Bakery I i Bread Cakes mitt Pics Baked Daily 1 1IADQuAuTIui volt r c Tropical and Domestic Fruils Fine Chocolates f and Candies Cigarsi and Tobacco H r FRESH OVSTERSrtt l I and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY 1 e Pnh Oysters erred lit nay style nud nt nil ii- p Como See Us I hourr New irt + f tj t UU jesUQnCQi king BangesI The Best in the World I Yen CuHiiet JlHke a MlMfak- eIa Buying Qae of these Ranges I One of Us Strongest Points IIB Un ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL J 1Bakes Biscuits In 4 Minnies Light Breath In 40 Minutes Baying a Majestic moans a llfetlmd of Economical GooklniT Call stud Examine Them Yeull Bay HO Other Stus Sas aaVABAm HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS rHTAntIkIIEI Ifl TOM DILLON ST Propr t Ana for to II C lUmi JcJ Marble and Granite Monuments I STONE OURBINGWORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c ft- oHiokmnn Ky W R WEBSTER DEALER IN RINIE fiIENTUCIY ANn TUNNHSSUEIC IVIII61IIISS SOLE AGENT FOR Peabody Olub Bourbon Old OoWII 400I Mountain Grove 11 1 FRESH I Old Standard Lincoln Oo8300 I 200ISPECIAL OFFER DEAR SmI am enabled to sell and hereby offer you four fur quarts RYEWHISKEY Indloatet tory return it at my expense stud I will rotund you 300 This IBI a moat liberal offer and I trulyW s I y 11 i tJ Kallroutl Time Table N0StLRRLRAYCB J Tate No W at 9SO p I Train No 62 TI6 m Train Nott 8OJ p ml Tralu Mo 4 liOJ pm r J Local and Personal tV Ice Soda free at Ducks Mrs A M follow la visiting In Fultton jilsa Jl2hllu Idler la visiting In 1l1dua LcnlrHT Crushed Fruit at Duokt CitySunday it Max Harper of Fultou war in thoII city this weekiMis Boulah Uooghur IH In Unrdtwell this week Mr T J Roberts of Iowtwnin town Wednesday Miss filnndlo Flntt of Fulton visit ed in town this wcokC53T Eyes tested free nt Buukrf with a PrtJ5CrIlIlIonIcityMondayMr N J Coraui made n flying trip to Corinth Mss tliU week I Mr and Mm John It Ford of IlulII toUt are in tho city this weekt61ringsK1MUM Mary Whayno Murphy was tho guest of Mba May Forte tliU week tom I otter a lot of Miuea nnd Chil drens Slippers at 60o to olooo outII 4 20U II O AMIICRQ t Miss Dolly Green of near I ultonI la spending this week with friends InII Hlcknian J T Stephen nnd wifu are attend t lug tho Republican Dist Convention at I Paducah tfc Go toT A LEDFORDB for Limo to do your white washing Just receiv ed a fresh oar v Copt II A Tyler accompanied liy Mint Mario lirovard spent Sunday In Columbus Arab Wilson Richard Pruther Dec Amberg and Iaui Shaw were In unton City Sunday Mr High grade Collars for lOo None better at io HICK NAYLOR Mr and Mw J T Stephens and Mr O 0 Smith and ran Leon went to Fulton Sunday i Mrs Jeuulo Wilson has returned homo alter several mouthy visit to rule tires In St Louis JfOR BALE Tho complete works of ThOR Dick L L D Apply at this of lice for Information Arch Hertweok who has been itn Falctttiu Texas for tho past 8 months MonduyrC offs Pcytonn Hunt of Trenton and Ails OlnUo Scats of Union City Stlltfd Miss Leila Shaw this week r fir To thowj who have never tried Chaws A 8anborn Cotleot cull at II Uuohanitnu for n free sample Mcwlnmeti R T Tyler L P ISllteon and Mrs Emma Stephens loft for Mum phlB Tuesday to visit relatives Mrs W 0 Millard and little dugh pI1rcntllMrAlvin Young has accepted n post tion with the Western Ton nnd Spice Co of St Lou la on traveling salesman j If you want a first alma hair cut or navo call on MIKC Hounivs ut the Trt o Barber Shop Mr Walter It Vearn of Now York City was in tho city several days this week the gUt of his cousin Jill C Weave MlM Georgia Pierce daughter of Devro Pierce of Fulton was appointed sponsor for the 7th Icntuokonfod orate regiment nt tho Louisville reunion Mr II F Ueiulcy was elected rive clal City Judge Monday night by the City Council He is a competent good worthy officer young man and will mataudII B53 All sixes Screen Doors on hand at II C AMBcna- aM4t Ur Jones who was announced to preach at the Methodist Church noxt Sunday on account of sickness lu his family will bo unable to keep hu engagement Ho will bo hero later on cMr nnd Mm F E Case MissesI IBcssio nnd Blanche Case Mrs It S Murrel and little daughter Len Shaw and John Ringwood jrt visited Mr and Mm Will Unrrlgan near Union City Sunday last The Hickmnn College Trustees ro elected all the former teachers J C Cheek Misses Annie Shorron Luln Ramago Virginia Luton Dora Smith Anna Outten making onlyI one now so lection that of Miss Leono Fuqua to have charge of tho MusloDcpurtmont I Nothing like It What Uhoso i Sanborna famous Boston Coffees F lor sale by II Buchnnan Judge Robertson Sam Cropland I J T Webb Judge Park of Mnylleld M TV Shclbourn of Bardwell Judgo Moss 1 and R B Flatt of Clinton Mr Bugby of Paducah Mr Winfrcd of Memphis of Fulton anu thfj attending court this week t POTATO LIlBIe For sale VVALxiarlF 1 Lolor Wilson A quiet wooding which took phco at 1tho Old Cathedral in St Louis on tho 55th of April was that of Miss Cnther ino Wilson of 2132 Locust street andI Dr Win J Lolor Only relatives won IIcr1formodi I eling suit of Havana brown broadcloth with a hut to match There wore no at i tendants and tho young couple loft at tOnco for Colorado and other Western points They will reside in St Louis 0 REELFOOT LAKE The Noted Hunting and Fish ing Resort 0 Harris of Lake County Try log to Obtain a Clear Title So He Can Male It n Farris Tho lion J 0 Harris of Lako coun ty Iis tho largest land owner in Tennes sew Ho has recently undertaken the I Buhumo of draining Rcelfoot ake and every creek and bayou along Tennessee side of tho Mississippi river If time project proves successful will odd some hundred of thousands of cures of land to his holdings Tho of Lake county nro tho richest in flee State the fell being ton und twelve deep with tho rich accretions of asses of overflow An idea of the value of thaw lands in convoyed from tho fact that tho annual runt per ncro ito 95 nnd moro than a halo of cotton can bo obtained to tho amore The hundred of fishermen who so ure their livings from tho fishing in tho Lake and bayous have joined together and secured an injunction restraining Mr harris from the big project of drain ing tho Lake and an Important legal battle will result The fishermen allege hat Mr Harris has no title to tho lands covered by tho water nnd that tho real ownon are the Daugherty heir nono of whom can bo found When tho earthquake of 1811 occurred tho land where Rcolfoot Lake won formed belonged to tho Daugherty grunt but tho heirs doe sponded of ever reclaiming it nnd they have been lout to sight for many years Other claimants in recent years sold their title to Mr HarrlBSpecial ds pntoh from Nashville Tenn 10 YOU WAST A 1110YCLK t Wo can give you Afew pointers on Wheels See tho low prices wo make spu the Wheel now in stock- WILBONS HOOK Srone FICKLE WIDOW Marries and Tires of Her IlBRbamJIB Five Pays A special dispatch from Union City to the NMhvillo American dated 8th lust says Near Walnut Log on Reel foot Lake lived a widow Anna Clifton n rather handsome woman about 00 yeas of age with two children Long lug again for n companion she married n man named Robinson rive days ago Hho tired of the now relationship quick ly and yesterday ran oft with Riley Johnson aged about 22 leaving the two children with tho new hiubuml Tho couple wont to lilcktuan Ky where they boarded n train on tho Nashville Olmttnuocga and St Louis Railroad The deserted husband who did t nod taro for tho womnua departure but not like the idea ot being compelled to keep tho children telephoned Chief of Police Adams of this city to arrest thorn and send the woman jiome for her children Officer Adams boarded the train when it stopped In tho yards Johnson objected to being arrested but was compelled to submit when a pinto being fonndon his person he was bound over to tho next grand jury and placed behind tho bars on tho charge of carry- Ing concealed weapons Tho woman was given her freedom vand told to return to her children Perfume I Perfume II- An elegant line just received by SWAY Nl The Druggist WHAT DAM GAME IIFnlton Guard tho ball game play was a great af fair Tho occasion was a match game of ball played between tho local sports and the Bloomer Girls a ball team of masculine appearance these same peo t gave an exhibition game In Walton list Fourth of July When tho announcement was made n week or so ago in Hickmnu that tho tomalo ball players were coming to town there was u grand rush for membership in tho local team Foul Borendes vras elected captain and so our Informant says the following is a correct list of tho players selected Joshua Naylor pitcher E M San BOU catcher II M Kearby first base man Silas Mnrroll second baseman Goo Warren short stop Mote Am erg third baseman Warren Lindsay Joe Noonou aurt Elgin Wilson fielders Tno gauie was spirited throughout and resulted in a score of five to four In favor of tho petticoats While In Town Cull in ut E E Reeves Cos and BO his Rico lino of Carriages and Buggies Young Mens 17 in Buggies aro now out of sight Both young ladles and mar sled ladles are specially invited iO- n to Louisville ExCon Veterans desiring to attend tho Louisville Rounlon will please lot their names bo known to Thos Dillon ar commander of J B Ward Post Ilickman Ky Onoccnt n milooach way Not Under Bayonets Judgo Breckinridge tho Democratic Attorney General tho one State officer whoso title to office is undisputed und to whom tho keys and records have been turned over by his Republican contestant Judge Pratt refuses to occupy his office in tho Capitol building until the Taylor militia is dismissed HICKS FUUEVASTSI Prof Irl R Hicks forecastst for the month of May follow Tho center of the tornado season us a rule falls later in May but we bdlleve that the greatest number of severo storms will fall earlier this year A marked reaction to warmer will ap pear from 21st to 24th the barometer will fall and many electrical storms are probable about the passage of tho moon over tho celestial equator on the 22d These disturbances will naturally blend moro or less with tho pcrterbatlons of tho Vulcan period 26th to 29th because tho moon is at its perigee on tho 24th tending to prolong phenomena of tho previous and hasten the disturbances ot the approaching period Tho great planet Jupiter Is In opposition with Sun and Earth on May 27th tho central day of tho Vulcan storm period and within twenty tour hours of tho total eclipse of the sun on tho 28th About Saturday the 20th to Tuesday the 20th watch your barometer and nil atmospheric cone ditions closely and suffer no storm clouds to come upon you without exercising duo vigilonco Seismic nnd earthquake phenomena will bo felt in many quarters of tho earth within a period of five days taking fife 2ith as the central day Watch tho worlds telegraphic reports and see Kcpabllcaa Ceaaty Committee Tho Republicans of Fulton county held primaries last Saturday in tho dif ferent precinct of this county and elect ed tho following members of tho County Committee Ilickman J T Stephens L D Peeler Cayco A D Rankin LodgtonNowt Ballo- wFallonDave Thomas Ed Thomas- T F Beadles Chairman Bob Thomas Scoy and Treasurer SEED CORN Pure St Charles White Seed Corn L P W S ELLISON r4wwameos Womansmissas missasann cqiurellsS C =J What IH In Your Snckl A boy onco wont W market with n sack o raljblte and lingered uround town all- day When asked byhis mother why ho had nmt sold tho rabbits ho said no one lied mkod what was in the sack How Theyhavetell the people what is in tho sack It you expect to sell goods in this day and age of the world you must open your sack and keep shouting the merits of your Mock of goods A Keen Clear Brain position depencllarge1yOand Llrer Dr Kings New Life Pitts give hcreascd strength a keen clear brain high ambition A 25c box will make you feel like a new being Sold by nil druggistsIVautcdTenntrt Several jgood lumber teams to haul from ny mill to Il1ckmnn Mill Is at f COOK5lHtt Expert ThenUfono striking boo tweon too Populists and Democrats they ea get up splits divisions and das provocationsTheyon this common ground It there was no otha affinity p Tenured u Witness Intern snffering was ness TL Martin of DIXie he paviihia evidence II1 coughed every night ntil my throat was nearly raw then tad Dr Kings New which pre instant relief I have need it In nr family for four years and reo commad it as tho greatest remedy for OooKm Colds and all Throat Chest and Log troubles It will stop the worst ongh nnd not only prevents but absolntly cures Price guaranteedTrial Fine Oxfords a pers In all Styter and Lellthers Black Weve pre SPECIAL SHOfeSALE for your benefit scaled tho price tower BO as to make tho buying easier Note hoe prices 9300 and J2CO Oxfords nIl tappers 8200Reduced to These LOW PRICES are to ell eW some lots of broken 1sizes Every Slipper In the lot BIG BARGAIN 508Otti We believe if every woman in Hickin wore our Slippers once wo could stop advertising in the ners Tho Shoes would be advertisement enough We Sell Go d Shoes II- EveryIIi1 pair n Bargain no matter w it you pay for thcmtSt 71IICL J YlOR STORE8 L C u r 4ELLIS N S i Groceries They Hardware I Want Farmers I your ttSupplies Trade J L ti Always have what the farmers want lluf Corn Oats Bran Cot L tonsccil and Meal nlway i on hand J t Leaders in Staple an d FluI cy Groceries L L P l Ellison 1 J L 1 A A A v A A JS + Jk V A 5J n ThI LEDFORD Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED tiers similarity Kybefore Discovery Consumption latend WOMENS Only eS 1GCY IFIRiaHS WILL PLElAsP YO- t U I t h Some Sell Che- apSITIAW t SELLS CHEAPEST i spin ciOOdS iiHAYE t COME and arc still coming consequently the stockjj I unsalable in Summer which we have neither wish nor room to holdover 3 MUST BE SOLD 1 R7 COME SEE US and when you leave another will be added to our long list of references i I SPECIAL BARGAINS IN OXFORDSand SPRING SLOES OF ALL KINDS IF SO T WlwT1 L FirstClass Wheat Machineryc 1 r 4 GO TOarawrrkllilMllf I I IIIri Id IlcJIJVlISl I co ZJ0 f HZCKMAST KENTUCKY They keep the BEST such as McCorraick Harvesters and Mowers Guar Soott Threshers and Engines and Parsons SelfFeed erstho only Feeder that will not choke and can be fit to any make ofmachine I I THEY ARE ALSO HEADQUARTERS FOR HighGrade Buggies Harness Implements Etcii j THEY ONLY HANDLE THE VERY BEST I mi SJC iiE IDaJal1 DI rIWlelJ Capital of the Four Great Banks of the World Bank of England 86047935 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 I Total 8176822855 FUNDS NERD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO FOR THE PAYMENT OF ITS POLICIES Dec 31 1899 301844537 1 Or 125021682 more than the combined capital of these famous banks Tile new form of polioy of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of J New York Richard A MoCurdy President provides First The SECURITY of 301814637 of assets t SecondPROFITABLE i 1 bird LIBERAL LOANS TO THE INSUREDiI Extended term insurance in case of lapseii I Automatic paidup insurance without exchange of policy Liberal surrender values One months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply to- B1SOOE HINDMAN Genl Agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville Ky IE R ELLISON AL PARIS Agents I E10KMAN XY I IY I DR S KI DAVIDSON Dentis1i I HIOKMAN KENTUCKY I Office over Oowglll Oowgllle Drug Store C E EAKER- General t ocerrr j Powell Block Clinton St s s IlftTing purohaied the Grocery Stock of J JO Doodunnt would be pleated to L have all old friends to call Freih Good I and Choice Bargtlns V t L i- g i- p i g i r- k i J J u I THE PRODIGAL SON i I IDrTalmage Preaches a Sermon About the Elder Brother l t lriflotr of the Parable lc Denounce jI SclfUlKlitconiinrM unit Inck of Sympathy lot the Fallen and Unfortunate i cbIiIn this disconrs Ur Talmage pleads for a hearty reception to all those who have done wrong and want to get back while the unsympathetic and self righteoud urc excoriated r text Luke 158 And he was ougryI w and would not go in l II Many times have r been asked toI j preach a sermon about the eltJeri brother of the parable I received a letter from Canada saying Is the elder son of the parable BO unsympa thetic nud so cold that he Is not worthy ot recognition The tact is that we ministers pursue the young er son You can hear the Hopping ofI his rugs in many a sermonle breeze and the cranchlng of the pods for whirh he was an unsuccessful con testant I confess that it lies been I difficult foe me to train tint camera I obscure upon the elder eon of the par able I could not get a negative for u photograph There was not enough light in the gallery or the chemleals Ire too poor or the sitter moved In the picture But now I think 1 hate him nut n stele fare or a threw quarters or tide mere bust but a full length portrait as he appears to me The father in the parable of the prodigal I had nothing to hog of In him two oilS The one vnr a rake and tits other a churL I find nothing admire ble in the dissoluteness of the one I iind I find nothing attractive In tho rid wbrlety of the otber The onoII gees down over the larboard side and the other goes down over tke star board side but they both go downII From all the windows of Uie 0111c homestead b raU the mlnstretay The floor quakes with the feet ef the 11111II tisi whose dance Is always vlgerou and resounding The neighbor have heard of the return of the youngerr son rom his wanderings and they have gathered together The house IB full of roBgrntulatnnu I suppose J the tables lire loaded with luxuries not only the one kind of meat mentioned but Us concomitant Clap go the cytt ball Thrum go the harps dirk rfo the chaWcen up sod down to the feet tnatde while I toytslde Is a most sorry spectacle The Mnlov son stnnda at the comerII of the housy n frigid phlegmatic He ha just come In front the Holds in it v xu staa fat ap ar q pomdb Ir 111 t di lfirMimttJSitlm- amsoa he asks of n servant passing hisGhlioiililer what all the fuu is about pnu would line tlieaght that onIhearing that lite younger brother had got back he would line gone into the house and rejoiced and if he were not couecionttoiudy opposed to dane ing thnt ho would have joined time orItntol Rchottlsli Xo there he stands Ills brow lowers his face darkens t his lip curls with contempt Ho i tampa the ground with Indignation he sea nothing at all to attract The odora of the feast coning out on theI a air do not sharpw bill appetite The lively masse dons not put any Ii spring into bit step lie is In n telIrfble pout He orlttclsee the expense the injustice and the morale of the entertainment Thin father rnahoft out tlmrdheadod and coaxes him to come In He will not go In He scolds the father He goes into a pasquinade against the younger brother and he makes the most ilKcomely scene He says Father you put n premium c on vagabondism I staid at home and worked on the farln You never made 1 a party for me you didnt so muoh alilctlla kid That wouldnt have cost j half as much as a call but this scope i grace went oft In fine clothes nnd he i conies back not fit to be seen nnd 1 what a time you make over him He brealyour heart and you pay him for It That calf to which we have been giving extra feed during nil theso weeks wouldnt be so fat and sleek if I had known to what use you were going to put It That vagabond deserves to lie cowhldod instead of banqueted Veal is too good for him That evening while the younger f son ant telling his father about his adventures and asking about what i had occurred on the place since his IiIhpllrture this senior brother goes to i dooria after him That senior brother still lives You run sec him any Sunday any tiny of the week At a meeting td of ministers in Germany some one 11 naked the question Who is that older son and Kriinvnnolier an j nwcrdd I know him I saw him yes i Itcrday And when they Insisted upon knowing whom T meant he said Myself when I saw the account of the conversion of n most obnoxious SmanI was Irritated 4 First this senior brother of the I i t A tttt stauds for this self congraiulA tory selfsatisfied self worshlpful man With the same breath in which lie vituperates against tits younger brother bo utters n panegyric for 1himself Tho selfrighteous man of my textrlke every other selfrightcouB man was full of faults lie was an dI dIingrate for he did not appreciate the l home blessings which he had all those I years lie was disobedient for when the father toll him to conic in he staid out He was a liar for he said is that the recreant son had devoured his fathers living when the father BO far from being reduced to penury r hail n homestead left had instruments of music had Jewels had a mansion l landIIInstead of bdng a pauper wpa a tphphprbua This senior brother with BO 1t 4t many faults of his own was merciless In his criticism of the younger broth er Tho only perfect people that I har ever known were utterly obnox Joss I was never so badly cheated In my life as by ti perfect man He got so far up in his devotions that be was clear up above all the rules of com mon honesty These men that go about prowling among prayer meet ings and in places of buslnefts telling how good they arc look out for them keep your land on your pock etbook 1 have noticed thnt just In proportion as a man gets good he gets humble The deep Mississippi dots not make as nigh noise as the brawl Ing mountain rivulet There has been many n store that has had more goods In the show window than Inside on the shelves This selfrighteous mon of time text stood at the corner of the hoHfe hug gang himself In admiration We hear a great deal in our tiny about time higher lilt Now there are two IdHc1sI of higher life men The one is nd mlrublo and the other Is most re pulsive The one kind of higher life man is very lenient In his criticism of others does not bore prayer meetings to death with long harangues dOtllI not talk n Toot doul about hlmsolf but much about Christ and heaven gets kindlier awl more gcntlo JtelI more tiftpfiil until one day hlv soul spreads awing and ho lliea away to eternal rest and everybody mourns his departure The other higher life man goes amxud with a Rlbte IIlrieIuously under his arm gore from church to church a sort of general evangelist in a sort of nuisance to his own pastor when he la Ht home aud n nutoanre to other pastors when heI Is away from hone runt up to tame roan who IIs counting ont a roll of bank Mils or MJDbt eg up n dffDeuU line of figure and aiska him how lite soul is makr religion a dose of pro aeu anima Standing ID a religious meeting making an address he has a patronizing way aa though ordinary Christian were steer away down below him no he hart to talk nt the top hIs voice in order to make them hear but at the setae time encourag ing thorn to hope on that by climbing many yera they may after awhile come up within sight of the place where he now stand I tell you plain ly that n roaring roistering bouncing sinner Ila not so repulsive to me aa that higher life malformation TIM former way repeat the tatter never gets over his pkariaalam Tho young er brother of the parable same buck but time senior brother stands outside entirely oblivious to his own delta quencies and deficits pronouncing his own culogium Ob how teach easier it Is to blame others than to bhune ourselves Adam blamed lire Bra blamed the serpent the senior brother blamed the younger brother nnd none jot them blamed Jhenwalvejh Again the enk r brother of roy textL stands for all those who arc faithless about the reformation of the dissipated1I and the dissolute In the very tones oft his voice you can hear the fact that IIP has no faith that the reformation of the younger son is genuine Ills entire man net seems to say That boy has comeback for more money He got n third of the property now he hiss sonic back for another third He wilt never be contented to stay on the form Tie willI fall away I would go in too and rejoice with the others if I thought this thing were genuine but It IU a sham That boy IIs a confirmed Inebriate noel debnu chee Alas my friends for the Incredulity In the church of Christ InI regard to the reclamation of the roc rcantl You say a man tins been a strongr drinker I say Yet but ha has re formed tin you say with a logo brious face I hope you are not nitur taken I hope you are not mistaken You say Dont rejoice too much over Ills conversion for loon he will bo un converted I fear Dont make too bigr a party for that returned prodigal o strike the timbrel too loud and ifr you kill a calf kill time one that Is on tho commons and not the one that has beerI luxuriating In the paddock That IIs the reason why more prodigals do not come home to their fathers bouse Jtl is the rank infidelity in the church ofr God on this subject There is not a house on the streets of Heaven thatl has not in it a prodigal that returned1I and staid home There could be un rolled before you a scroll of a hundredI thousand namesthe names of prodi gals who came back forever reformed Who was John Bunyan A returnedI prodigal Who was Richard Baxter A returned prodigal Who was Gcorgo VhlteficId the thundercrV A returnedI prodigal And I could go out in all the aisles of this church today and find on either sidle those who once far astray for many years have been faithful and their eternal salvation Is as flute as though they had been ten years in heaven And jet acme of you have not enough faith in their return An invalid went to South America for Ills health and one day sat sun slag himself on the beach when he saw something crawling up the beach wriggling toward him und he was of frighted He thought it was a wildI beast or a reptile and ho took his pIs- tol from his pocket Then he saw iit was not a wild beast It was a man an Immortal man a man made In Gods own Image and the poor wretch crawled up to the feet of the InvalidI and naked for strong drink and the In valid took his wine flask from his pocket and gave the poor wretch some thing to drink and then under the stimulus 1mP rose up and gave lilt his tory He had been a merchant in thus gow Scotland He had gone down un tier the power of strong drink until he was so reduced In poverty that he was living in a boat just oft the bench Why said the Invalid Ml knew merchant In Glasgow once a merchan- of such HId such a name And theI poor KT jtch Dtralfflitcned himself and said I am that man Let him that thlhketU ie sUndcth take heed leaf he tail Again 1 remark that the spa j brother of my text stands f true sp It of envy and jealousy The see t brother thought that all time hon r they did to the returned brother w m a wrong to him lie salt I hi e stall at home ntd 1 ought to have h dI the ring and I ought to have had tlbanquet and I ought to have had t c garlands Alas for this spirit of en j and jealousy coming down through t ago Cain and Abel Esau and Jac Suiil anti David Hainan and Mordet i Othello anti Ingo Orlando and Ang I lUll Caligula and Torquatui act rand Ponipey Columbus anti the Spa i Ish courtiers Cambysea and time brot i er he slew because he was a belt i marksman DIonyslus and 1hlloxeuli whom he slew because he was u belt t singer Jealousy among paintt i CtnsJcrnmn and Geoffrey Knellcr lit son and Reynolds Franciit anxious p IIblmII Jealousy among authors How soldo u contemporaries speak of each otht II Xenophon and Plato living at the sat time but from their writings you not rI would suppose they heard of each ol I cr lleligiaus Jealousies The Mohan medana praying for rain during e drought no rain coming Then itIChristians begin to pray for rnln ti I the rain cornea Then tho Moham II ilnns met together to account fer tIII and they resolved thnt God waesowi teased with their prayer He kept ui drought on so as to keep Ihemprayli hut that the Christians began to m sad the Lord was so disgusted ltd j II their prayers that He sent rain rig away tIC hr would not hear any BM of their application A wrestler was so envious of Thee ears the prince of wrestlers that I I colel not be consoled In any ash awl after Thoogenoa died and a stet was lifted to him In n public pi his carious antagonist went nut un alght and wreatled with the st until onb night he threw it a i fell on lint and crushed him to d I So Jealousy is not only absurd b islagI I and one merchant speaking well ej merchant In the same line of bush How seldom It iU you hear n pl1II speaking well of a ph Irian on I name block Oh my friends the W Ila largo enough for all of us Je i rejoin at the aiieoe of othera jl It aWes that if wo do not get i vl much hnnor and as much attention I others we onght tn congrumla Q Helve en what we cattle in tj of assault The lr nth grnr j on horseback at tin be 1 Ir 1 hewn a sohlier connidu trdll t is very easy for the grnrr n toIus forward whli In rnlf satil Then the general uiamntr pelted tho complaining KotJ on the horse owing thrjj M n lIuUet lrom 11 struck the rider and Ill fc Ulead a time general said tear alpais to walk than to ride V Once more I have to till yvj it this senior brother of my td vk ht for the pouting Christian Vi h J U so in u oil congratulation nilrJ a time hero of my text tamis oW s the corners qf his mouth dravoraoa looking as he felt mlserabirju w glad his Ingubrioiu phyMofiom WI not spoil the festivity witliinJTi Pt7 many pouting Christians tbrron In Our dayChristians who do notfi t he innate of tie churches rillanlofto do not like tho lItilaritiesof tbrSyv1 I pouting pouting pouting atlT pouting at the fashions poutii iiha newapaiierv pouting at the Jj oh pouting at time government IIseatHigh leaven Their spleen their 11rer dote not work 110110Uon is broken down Tin cruets lu the caster always Jj nlJltP4llJrWhile you avoid tlieills olutcngtctlia younger son avoid oleo the JJty and the petulance and the IpocKlg spirit of tilt elder son and Inuta tJal fattier who bud embraces forfeit its turning prodigal and eouhtgca- r for the splentlc 1 Ah the face of malcontentIIdciaa IIs put before us tsafcttt- I 1ester see time radiant and fortrfug race of the Pother Contract urn mighty The artist in skctaKluf be field of Waterloo years after th tput a dove in time mouth of thattRaphael In one of his cartoons ba the face of n wretch put the faced a happy unit Innocent child Arfuttho Isour face of this irascible and dlcelder brother is brought out fih wd r that in the contrast we might wtrundorfatand the forgiving andaalttltt face of God That Iis the mll1nJt1oftr that God Is ready to take b3clag body that is sorry to take hlin dear back to take him buck forever put lOp ever and forever to take him bat i tth il loving hug to put a kiss on hU parched lip a ring on his bloated hand fen easy shoe on his ohafrd foot a garlodon his bleeding temples and lu avrn 14 jibt soul Oh I tall Hat on mercy oinq my brother nnd let us get down into the dust resolved serer to rile until InghandehnIlilkitaOka r doxologies Come earth and Ileifeiu and join in the worship Cry aloud Lift the palmjbranube Do you nol feel the Fathers arm around pile neck Do you not feel the warm breath of your Father against your elmflA Surrender younger ran MurlItDrt Intoday a slice of the fatted calf anti afterward when you are seated with ono hand Iu the hand of time returned brotbrrfand the other hand In the hand of tti re bOl1ttthe mellow voice of tire flute It i mvt itn 1 1 JjJtI unitfoundIafJ IryLY II 1 T v THE P4N4MERIC4N EXPOSITION of the TEAR 1901 Buffalo Is Arranging for a Magnificent Display of the Products of the Three Americas for Next YcarElabornte Floral Horticultural and Electrical Features a a iJi TilE GOVERNMENT BUILDING la It Will lie UUplayril Many Valu able and IiitermiluK1 KthltilU So test Is the number of valuable sod Interesting objects for exhibition in time pofrtfoanton of the United States government that none but a building 1I011I1rilug however at the PnnAmcrlonu ex position In Buffalo X V In 1901 tho federal group will consist of three massive structure dOHiieoled by esker node limo main building of tits tplondtd arehltotjmrol trinity will hel tae feet wide nod 600 toot IImg The others will each bo iM feet eqMr hOIIUrectlo1tpervtolng architect of tlttt treasury din partsjcnt The prwp wilt ne treated architecturally IIn a modified Spanish renolatwnee the details MigirrsttHg a Jfoxfeon rather than a strictly Spun lab origin Like time other tithe buildings will IMJ conalrnetoil of staff already rustle funilllnr to the public by Its use nt the Chicago and more recent Omaha exposition The color scheme in marked contrast to that used at Chleogo will be rlali nnd bril liant the lavish use of oolorind gild Ing pirlng with true Intricate plastic decorations and sculpture groups an ensemble both striking ant interesting Portlon of the roofs covered with red Spanish tiles will add much to the character of the buildings as n whole In plan the buildings are shaped like a letter U the opening being to ward the west The main building corresponds to the bottom of the L which will accommodate the greater portion of the government exhibits the admlnist tlvc offices guar- donmetc ttJ 1terwlllbe ri r mounted by a dome the apex of which 250 feet above tho main floor Icvel nail orownad with n figure of Victory 20 feet in height will form one of tho most coiiKptotious features of the exposition grounds Connect ed by colonnade to the main buildings arc two lessor buildings or pavil lane one of which in Intended to hold an exhibition typical of life mud labor In tho governments new powueelous while them other will contain n branch station of tho United States weather bureau and tho exhibit nqnarfunii etc of DM Uftlletl nUe Melt OMHWla sloe Inlets from tin lagoon tilt the Mpaeee within the colonnade uMinfot IIInir the iMviliaM with th mala MM bye The central plate the spare fu- siaed by the arrow of the L U deeo toted hy ntcflkt terrteea said formatS lower bed making an rJ and beast Uful approach to the mania ortranoe I tinder the dome THE MACHINERY BUILDING It Will tilau He llpvolril In Ihr Trans tiiirlnllon lltlillilln One of time big buildings of the ex position will be that drvoted to machinery and transKirtHtion Thhi will be MO by 250 feet with a mitral court 100 by 175 feet Its location Is on the west slit of the main group opposite tho Court of the Fountains It Is built In time typoas all tho others principal buildings oreof the Spanish Jtcnals lance modified to suit the conditions of the exposition The work is far more ornate however with roots laid with red tUb and thin cemented walls brilliant with color The colors are to he of reds anti yellows In light tints nrcoC1edIeffect with broad overhanging eaves r buildIrt Koch facmlo will be broken by an itn portant architectural feature anti ptvilionsl faoos for color while Ilieu cnvo give deep shadows Time loggias balconies pavilions and other placos arc to be or tmmouted with Nhrubn vine anti llowcrs blending with the coloring of tho building The openings are grilled with specimens of wrougliMron llojaa or grill cercena suok at are scan In oxnmplM of Spanish architect ure of the sixteenth oentttry The teHihilng has nnmerviiii en- tranceI th prinrtpal OHM Iwtag Ift tI the center of Ute four fnoadea QiHMt r rfde Ute atme rt the afee ivIU beI apnrtewlrtf All the tirwers pavilions I sad other pop r opuses apt to he bell I ttantly Ittu rated awl niaile gay with banners sad fafs e ITM Mootrml anal wilt be a rarltable tropical gnnlan Mrlh a long nArrow l oel oAHtniHhtg latpreatlng peelmenji of H qua tie Hie awl will have winding paths sad eta ainong the dowers noel ahrHhbery where the weary vieI tier may HtMl rest and dlvoralon from hie study of this more praetlwtl tea I tunes of the exposition I Qnrrr jurI nf holler Four times a year a curious lottery Is held at Smolensk In UiiMla The rome is for a young girl nnd 5000 tickets are Issued each costing a ruble The money forms n marriage portion for the girl and the winner maylmenroversoma other man to become the hrlclcIgroom In case the girl should object to marrying the winner of the lot tery the money Iis equally divided beatween theme 1 cornumoemlyknown Tarn S t- I I t d 0 JU II DR HARTMANS ADVICE Is Sought by Fcnjulc Suircr ers From Ocean to Ocean I VGoulder r 4th uvo Itou I Island 111 writes I was a- flkted forth or six yeu with entarr al ilirUcultlci and wn- arowingworse nil tho time I began yulerann a marked 1- mpruvement I from the first Independent of curingthat tho 1- runa baa greatly i m proved tl J IrcnurlLlhlullh Every bot till of feru is worth Iitn i i vclRhtluIt daily to u for I owe my ood1honlth Icruna I AU over the country uiero oro women who have been Invalid for many years suffering wild feioalo dorangeuients which the family iic for cannot cure DrHhm htm mklll mad him thmt hmritlymJL lr ifknawathuummndm and heotlafmtomtrmryKO man wile wHt write tm him her mymft J trailfew The medicines ho prescribes ran be ob tained at way drug store and the cost U within the reach of any woRm Ho do erlbos toinutcly and carefully jnti rhat ahe shall do and got to uinko a healthy robust woman of hcraelf elgxvlalforthsad Ilcauty Thus book contains mtnyI nLtrtilninM 8 DOESNT now RIOT HArm 0tr Wosarst aye Tkli Aeeos- rrtrd II Ulrerfl SI11IIasa1h MJcM fraM IAI In some of the little things of life women uro absurdly Ignorant says the Chicago Chronicle I saw by n paper last work that a colored women was excluded from testifying In court becatis she didnt know her right hand front her left anl1WAI therefore esteemed too IIg norant for her evidence to be of a value Mid an observant Chlcugo yknow of nix knows her right hand trnjn lior left without stopping to consider t mutter I was standing In the foyer of I theater tlm other day at u matln e I vatolilng tho nndlenac moUy fen inine an It pnwscd In Well oneIi umld bondcil her cheek to tho usher und lie called out I First door to theI right or Second door to the ItllIthe cane might be With Imrdly an exception those girls turned In the panneconsiderthe to wrong way nnd skurry bnck again Tbls happenedao often that Ilpoko to the usher about iU repliedsconJaallknow the way but Ive neglected to do that today Theyre all right It they stop to think but they never do thinkII know nn Intelligent young woman who hen to make a little motion ns If she were writing nth both hands before she can determine tho right pile nnd she declares that nill tier rteqtialnUuices aro nffcclvd In like manner so perhapn this IIs a general feminine falling and the colored wit nvM was unjustly excluded AMERICAN DUEL IN GERMANY A snctaJld Affair of Honor Bftaa tletdcllra Irdeel 4 Fatal Duriug my reeldeoce at Heidelberg Utncntable and terrible nffclr too plane that threw a profound gloom over the unlvcraity and the entire town aaya u writer in Science Two German students luring quarreled decided1 the earth wnstiot large enough for both of them to live In and resort cd to e diabolical practice railed tho Amerkun duel Ina hirkencd room the two young men drew lots having sworn that he who drew tho black hn I ttnhnpptotery t bullet into Ids breast but mimed his heart and lingered for er Mitldnya on Pile tathbed Ills parents weee tt beloughtImei or his antagonist but he steadfastly refused nnd tiled with tlie ecret lookedI In his breaM The students not only rtcciucd his conduct hat prnlscd his courage andI when his rcmainn were taken to the rnllway stntloa 10 be transported to n distant city they accompanied the funeral cortege with torches anti mil sic The ctudrnta claimed he tens lIotI n filicide for lie wu killed In on Pin arable Midi and they maintained IJ his opponent teas not nccenory to his death because he shot himself I tint1 tnnnj argument wlli hrm and ncvr coukf convince them of their cxtraor tiinarrytergiversation dgoeraUulitItoII tbmladtphA0rlhl Anrricaus FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Summary of mdlnir KvenU Washington May 1SennteAUI proposed amendments to the Alaskan civil code bill were withdrawn and the uIIiOdlkrleH an aproprlatlon of 114QGlM 0 bllafenUvoRORRI011hs r A WHH developed Wimhlnglon Mny 2SInnteConI deration of till aunty tiproprlatlan bill developed Into a debate on the treatment of tho volunteer Roldk tent to the 1hlllppIneH that at times wit very bitter lust before adjourn meat a sharp eoloquy occurred o1 the nropnKcd eonidderation of the reR olntion to unseat Mr Clark of MonI tana which Indicated that the minnlI inoiiM recommendation of the ens- o 11111 tlC on prlvlle eB and elections 111 lie sharply contented JIoiiHc At the conclusion of tl lrtlllntIPUNllIdhe ovetothernbutdnmM wnll tranKUuted Washington Mny tcrlllltofhe Iior the imsMiffu of n number of erica ptnafou lilllH Including bllln to penI I Ion JIrNlnlla MneV Henry willow of the lute Inn Cluy V Henry Ocn James Ixin street Mrs Mnrjfnret 1f Itodger widow of the Into Comm o dore IladKer anal MrsI Harriet GridlI ley widow of the lute dipt Orldlr I of the navy I Jionse the tree homo bill whl has been pending iMfore congress for a number of yearn was pawed provides that the government shall Is hue ntentN to actual Imna fide set I tiers on agriculturalI lands of Indian reservntlons opened to settlement The remainder of the day was devoted to the sundry civil appropriation bill1 the last but one of the great SUlIpl bills Washington May 4SenateTIbill reorganizing the array was iiutsedI It inereanes the rank of neon Miles I llleiilenant general Ojjid Gets Corbin toI major general The regimental for niatlon of the artillery Iis dloontinned Red 126 batteries of corral artillery and 18 batteries of field artillery are provided for The fortification billI carrying an appropriation of 773 028 was passed and a bill to pay NarritiLbn vices of her father Col Itonjamin WilI ton in the revolutionary war llourealr progress wan made with the sundry civil appropriation bill 73 of the 132 page being comI 111trodII n short session Wits held the anti titan teeing devoted to the conflr tlon of appointments mode by t president nnI ptiKMd It onrrles Nllgbtlv more than irenAJbun urn previous sundry 4Jvll billI The wnftte amendmeniM to the army ngrPedhe to was ae The fortification appropriation Jill was plt1 sent to conference 01nRhinglon May 7Stlllotc 1Ir Tel rr In n lengthy 8IMceh urged tho1 grants to adopt his resolution ot nd lug Kyinjmtby to the Hors but no vote vas taken vibe remainder of thc day was taken up considering the n vni appropriation bill House Tlir bill to umetuT the gen llroole der the glut of isuo without regnnl I to serrite origin anti to increaKe the net lIncome i widow may have vlthout ell adtheIIrrd gllnrl1frolllpnwwd ASK FOR AN EARLY TRIAL MUKiirtli llrnlrrn Arr Charged With Vnlutc the wtall fur for Iur pear of Fruuil Kan aK City Mo May BS Ak NVeltmer president and Joseph Kelly aerretaryof the American Sehool of MuKtietlo Henllii at Xe tutu fo were brought lute the tnited StateH dlKtriet court here Ito aiiHwer a charge of sing the malls or the purjwso of frond They axkitl for n trill tit an early dolt The ItiHt federal grand Jury in Kan HUH City found nn Indictment ajzlhl the oltlcent of the soJioolI vhnrgit that Veltmer while iidrertlHiiif Ito cure dlHenxe nail poverty by absent treatment and to living HUCCCSH in life did nut give nn equivalent value to the patient for tin money paid Tho moll of the school IIIIK been imamma coal last weei it ntn held ii lby the YatdilnKton post ofllee oil Nlha who ordered Veltmer to alto lltvmht why hut matter ehould not III debarred inns the mall tindor tin jfraud order Kldluril siorrn AXIIIU Drntl Detroit Mleh Jluy8rlUahp L Storm AYtlllB author editor nnd tteacher died Monday of heart dleaw eltyII yearn of tip 1Hi AVIH of dlxtlngultdicd Puritan nnctwtry XaIacal iTanny Kern the anliuiross In lteuwry of Ailin KnrrnK l Kuoxville Teiin May SIhl treeA IhnpUr of tlie DuiiffhterH of thc Inccatg t on the pot where Adm nIIIU Ilirnigut was born near 11I1Nt ally li will be unveiled Mny 15 by Adm lpvey A llniiicliiar nl SI Iouli St lon3 May iilnales Nettles olnrciJU wo 8 htnlgcvll Monday In tin i jull ysml for the mtinler of Sumiie W Mniin A street cur conductor or JutV 4 I 189S r 4 A BIT OF SPRINGjj j1 The Pcnulvi 1oelSod be CrocuI hhe Iluiiter of 1loru Do yon with any fprltiB poetry today Innuired a longhaired eallrr Iud the Jamb like editor reached In Ilia cur the caller law the nation und held uji his nanJ an pealing y Shoot if you r1 Ill hie longhaired heal but do not lkill the poet delld f Sle crooned witly Did I understand you to sav jou would like wine spring poetry taday4he- u added with mild insiitimce I would like it as well today as any day repllnl the editor hut J do nut likeit any day TherelHlUlecleonlng and and o superabundance of bile and torpill liven and influenza and cnouijli other thing ton contend with in the spring without having any poetry shoved in OB us but think of the kind mine 1If Inilitcd crthe visitor Iitenfand he pulledl j out a din looking and rmd rtiero bursts the Jonquil from the earth To meet tho growing snowors- I And there tho orooUH prosse tls plumes The rooster of the now I1IIIWhat do you think of t m thunder ever beard of a flower being a rooaUrt queried the editor Thee molt unlimited poetic iicen e willI not err mit that cart of lL wrench to the ImagmA tioD beIImy Icgalirraid itsr witllinglyvj knew you would he kick rillKj out of mile traces and 1 dont blame you for there iai n really stnrtliox thought in blltI UJlgMtiuu It it plain enough when you itrWhich jjnt wyioe that anybody can itt0Unl y the blind will not ee Now o1 itne ploane The orocu iit the roo tcr of the flowen ii what I taid didnt It And I am for the Noter is a crow cuSP ain t Irltill Now what have you pot to nyl And wli the editor laidiil lot fit fur pub Ilerttonj Y Sun- I ironic I An CondolpBcc notaltnfrequently follows that he becomes Oil rude yItIOlitioniward to congratulate him thereon 1 lie new courtier asked him Who ore you and why do you come here The other coolly re plied Uo you not know me thrnlj ass 1Uur old friend and stn come to condole latelyy your laParroM nit am Prayer IGoraeie+ mother liiiiit d upon hiell t- oInKl the prayer of childhood lie alert d sleepily requiring prompting at the begin nine of every line Drowiinei hid nearly won the mastery by the time that he hall obediently got at far an my imil to take God blear prompted hit mother Georgiei her a long Hat of relatives There was a flutter of hit sleepladen lids u he lumps 0them all together God blest the whole +UnoUn matohl And be xraa asleep Chicago Chronicle A Short Order Mr Debby1 teal you the telephone ia a great convenience Mr llobbtSure thing Fellow down it llamrrs restaurant gave me a hot roan over mine jwterday Baltimore American cAale Your healer toe Allraa FootKate A lewder to ulialco Into yourahor Itrests thutrxtCutraCcprnsliuutoasHtrolleuBooho tavwliiir Sail Aliens Foot EaM make aRnew orUghtaboeReasy t3oldbyalldntgila lnmplntnalledFltFJAddress rroipluedntlrlr I am a TlritUh subject he said at he igncd the register with a flourish All right replied the hotel InkIr 1notlc e any hotlll Iuritlag about Ill Riteyou the tip to iToAUdrugglaulrafuadmonopltittuattocuro You roiln100110 way they talk about y u Atchuon Globe HMmpJ SLKogrwratc Teethina Teeth anything ing weever uu milers wtUfaotury than The nun who Itches for fame hat to do thereChicago IVrxAM FAncuws DTW are fart in sonrr aUdrunistronIsI tbemorehei MARKET C RCORTI CATTM3 Common 4 00 to 4 Select butchers 5sail 5 40II thCALVEShxtrn cg 7 1I 3yJlixvlS3lhRlChoieu H 40 fit 4 05 LAMIIK Kxtrn 0 flO S U 00 FLQV It Spring pat 3 05 I 3 00 I l 741411tNuOATSX17 i IIIlxellci 2- 0IYKO s civs 3NtI7MBUlTTKUCh dairy 12V55 14 Choler wreamery Cy IVi APJGl5Ch to fancy r 4 SO Slur help 1 1L r 1 50 TOUAfCO Xcw ft 10 1115 7 i rvUhl i 1 05 lIl175 C1IICAOOt 70IaDyzyrUIaCUlt OATS No s 3Li 2- 4llVu No 2 11 4- POHJMofis 10 UO Gill G- jliiySt omll 0 00 4i1 0 75 oml3 05 Tc 3 85 jYIIItl EsHLAUD Stcanm Lr T 0- UtlUIOm FrOHIi Win patent 3 05r 3 S3 VIIKATXbI I S red CCVi u nay 7SiCOllVU + 1CSu 2 ttllxcd A 1S+ 10llOGHcstcrn OUaWHHATXo 71C011X I 39UOATS III 1ltOUK Win IOUJSVJtIEI I 72CQUX4310VrSMIcd i J 20POUIx I = iuLVUD 1 of II ptrJhIw ytodenta lowitgivenasIti asrte1 01Ittetrli curingjQUytheueRnitsarealroastipationindigeationdytyepa1t revpiari4bble1 uneoiumliial 31RiuwpayA 1ourfplr oLDrniowker That canT11trI afIlfr10JIItthenO1 Currdb11l rencbthei IIbfMUM4 bj an inll me l condition of the mu coui Ming of the Kestaehian Tube When rumblingwandentirar closed deafnewi in the result and nniew wa jnflairmatioa can be taken out endis tube conydilio4foreoflIcatarrlyhaficonditionovIveUneHundretllkllantforanytyq CuteSCfreeK S Co Toledo O liars 14 II 01nIjgIillea lo the batr lie lriAlllllittedfurn P Wre cannot be too highly poken 0 TharAred Tbi I himselout lALA DAD I Nt t1 natural a durable cement d coa1agjAbltepKl mldJl4rlIbI eeaDdfttM eeata Uforo reue- wlBeAlABASTIMEHi wHoikklMKlcM the market bttoc dorabJa tld stock oa the wall tit glue Ala toaltiae CBton tltonld latiit oa bating tkt good in pseka prosxrlj JaWed They should reject all Isatlotprr Theta If nothing Jut afo- odAABASTINE Pryru much Mckueff partieolarbj throat aad lo S nltief attributable to nntanltarr coatBiirall It has been reoommeoded ta a IroUUbed by the Michigan State t BeanMMUk on account of IU unitary roodrmoedIIIj dtbetplai I radlIi tonabln expnnNt tbe latrtt ana bCII iaMetlaelamanufactured brtb- o6ir iitSIa- r kktorwtlng booklet Bailed J ronnrllrltoto I Fr AlhftiZri as rti t i vi AIUtllrall made This raell i Wg MATirAfTT lO O dlffrrrnt luia MateNanarJlarorllmmuratInw On rent will ship Mlb ourStrrtI 1 4 TilE Orrnt 0fHlIGTOX S ROUTII The DurlingtbnNprthern 1aciOc Kx from St Louis in the morningfrom Kansas City iu the afternoon for Northwest Nebraska Black Ilillx Montana WasblnlrI Tacoma SeoUl Puget Sound and lortland Oregon via IJillings loD- I theII r April 29th mooiThU fa the climax in the development ofI the Louitiani TJirouah utchutII DiningCani the Southwest to the Northwest Number 5 Nebra kaColorado Kxpren nithtIIujnowdo Utah Pacific Coast one night to I DenverPlease write for printed and illustrated matter L XV WAKETGr oAgntU8WSt Louts Mo Something 1rnetlcal Many A young girl makes the mistake of thinking that bemuse ehe would die for a man abe really love him In this restless throbbing age it iit neeeaaary for her to ask herself in all feriouinew Would I take in washing for hlnaYDrtroit Journal II I DcnvrrIorthWedil I 10II raltIs cents postage Ticket Office on Chicago S I1lIdWellli I ICII d UIlcnureekelwLxcurlun tI On I find 10 stud on Juno s and IiI the C ir d U Hy will sell cclnl excur jI IeklugIparticulars expetiracee Imrohuallou Ills WomenThe of the finale trouble and which tice does not cure arm very things that give way to Lydia PSnk hams Corn pound Uterine and ovarian troubles kidney tumors un usual aches andpainful periods these are the ills hang on and wreck health and and dis position fLycl Ptakhami Vegetable CempewU hits record ofabsolutes curs these coiesiantarseries successes thirty yrsofwonten vouoh this It Their tetters appear In this pQ o WALTHAM WATCHES l h The best and most made in this or in any other J The perfected American iHtisfratcJ hoTtsfJinteresting information about fVaiCMslVilI be sent upont1 Itlhamt DR IIDFFETTSvAllaltlf1I11IIL- AItsaltN a4u the lewek OSIII LETUIU1 5lM1 ttMCWWJ V2 MLhNV 2f yLTEETHINAlISt TectWn Powttos 01IAGEtM Dt ST LOUIS MO t I 1 1 it ABYS BAWLS I unl i 11i1 YOU HEAR BABY CRY I Do you forget that summers coming with all its to the little 1 bred in the bowels The summers heat kills babies aid little children because their little insides are not in good clean strong Winter has filled the system with bile up of sour food rash colic or all testify that the bowels are of want the little ones to face coming dangers with out anxious fear for their Jives see that the babys bowels gently soothingly but positively cleaned oat in the spring And made strong and healthy before hotqJeJlael sets in The only safe laxative for children pleasant to take they ask fur more is CASCARETS Nursing mothers make their milk mildly purgative for the baby by eating a CASCARET now then Mania eats CASCARET baby oets the ncfit Try it for a lOc box of CASCARETS today and you will find that ve uantce all of the little and big children insides arc CURED t- tt- t CATHARTIC 1 t 10 ALL r 25 SOcDRUGGISTSfJiny needy mortal suffering bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we win und tox free AddrrasiSterling Remedy Company Chicago or New mentioning adv ment and paper S h IFREE Oct Ktnclrn rftlut 19 rdltenvt Train May t and In 3or 4Years an IfldepeadencelsAssurCc outteapouth mea In western CanadA tile lend of lrmr thus ttated riroptileui trlocul rumen bubue become ersnbrin prculne bal m uor deleaalea etc awl tail Information ailoreOuOO nllnar rates nn ti oJnn uVptlentoo to Ole nPNlnndnt or ittpa lmeee 01- rJiiteriorOiiawa Canada oJlllen todersh eil woo wl matt you ailairn imnvlilru rIll frw ofMtt a 11altuYNultorlmmtaratlonlpJt + L ti riIUI3iI luliiuvolii lud SflrtPtSUl Serious of I j I derangements l organism that krdallkinds of ordinary acIi theIpromptly E Vffetakle a troubles uloeratonSf disofiarQSf lICkI thatii r happiness I Eo j r- k a wonderful i of troublsaof Thousands 1 Y for I l constantly j 1 reliable 1imeJ 1 keepers country 4 I S Matchand l I i r s t t I p I P T i i r I l OrBlliitcUUCJMOFFETT u j I I I MAMMM i DONT dangers onesall troubles condition p Belching vomiting flushedskin restlessness diarrhoea constipation out orderIf the areIl timetI r a N I Send irregularities BY II t CANDY 1 from a i I York 4 n 1 I i o t be r I l I J m I 111Use1 ygGUi WHtllt All ilS IAIIJ nest lUc l bjrup Iltirlal 110 1l III tlllMk Sell h tIRtat ff- A N KB 1Mti WIU u1Cio j AlVnLITINGXIN pl HM tutu that you rit Iu AUv rliv i eaegt In itl wuicr 1 t a f I t t t II i rotasa o I r j I 1 ill 1ill1 Building L c k cI Material II- II ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 t tt 1 BEflJ I I Doors and Windows Shingles Ac Cementi5 r i 5 Builders f A j Paints Oils etc J fI ESTIMATESCHEERFULLY t 4 FURNISHED i FEED STUFFS Ii 1 rt fj Hay Oats Corn Brnn etc etc S 1 f j I 1 i LPWS Ellison o T T THE MAN FROM MARS What the Visitor from Afar Found When Ho Vis j Americaji The nmii from Mars was visiting his I IiEarthlyn the United States They were looking over a history of the United States The man saw a picture of George JH of England and asked Wlib is thatt That replied tho man of earth t King George HI of England What did he dqi lie oppressed tho people of the Unit c3 States and attempted to govern them without their cOllsontIWhat did they doV r They rebelled and whipped armies and drove them nwnyIThe man from Mars turned the Uav lA nKtrln and came to the picture of George Washington lie asked Who is that t That is George Washington tho father f of his country replied the man ofed Earth proudly Why is ho called the father of his country lu because ho was the first president of the United States and was tho rebelI i chief in tho Revolutionary war and was one of tho strongest believers in the doctrine of eelf government Tho man from Mars turned on He came to Lincoln and asked 1 thatff Lincoln tho great emnucipntorJhe do l lIe taught the doctrine of selfgovern mUltenblacfK 1 1 1llf govern i l others consent Your country believed in freedom didnt it You bet it didE The man from Mars turned on Ho came to McKinleys picture and naked iThatj I I ident now i I IneWho are they PaYl I Oceantthey oppressing tho people of theI United States NoII tWhyand paid twenty million dollars for them They had been bghting Spat for three hundred years and now the I are fighting ns I foraC soo Agui r1 II ilkIo I IGeorgeWashington j Self government I believe that is- I x r what you said the people of the United States fought England for and what I f I Washington and Lincoln believed in I I Yes that is it IIWeflwhYdontMcKinleynl1ow elvcs i I thought yon said that Abraham Lin coIn said that no man was good enough s to govern another man without the oth ers consent 0 that dont apply to this casej see we have gotten to bo a Whyistrong nation and must have i gold and the Philippine Is andIrich and are they gateway toI r lint the man from Mars was gone II S How Ice is MadeII I I Here is one of tho main processes of f E I making ice The processes vary wit hperEt iI different systems but in general depend J f on tho absorption of heat by the evapo J UIii I ration of a volatile liquid Anbydro- it ammonia which boils at 27 degrees Il commonIr 1 o s j ammonia is kept in cooling pipes or chambers and tho gas that comes from + I condenseLandi I cakes the water to bo frozen is put it tin cans and immersed In a tank ofurlho which is kept at a temperature of 10 or II 18 degrees t A ITouiftBH Awful 1erll1Lf I IThera is only one chance to save rIyour and that is through an operI 1 ation were the startling words hoard by f Wisfi f J JIiI triediI t 11to i 1 trouble and yellow jaundice Gaily 1 r i iatoncs had formed and sho constantly 1 Kiev worse Then she began to use x 7tJElectrioBitters which wholly cured 1tt Its a wonderful Stomach Liver 11 I DpspepaiaILoss OnarlJ t i Cpateed For sale by all druggists I ti I rM ti I f1 Jf nIJ r I t 1 p t ye I Council Proceedings HICKMAN Iv May 7 1000 Council mot in regular session Pros onto Mayor Dillon Councilmen Beck man WcarnCowgill Davis Brovnrd nnd Ellison The minutes of tho lost regular moett Ing and called meeting were read op proved and signed The following accounts wore present cd properly approved which on motion were allowed and checks ordered issued for the amounts Tom Dillon jr moving two dead hogs 100 arresting Barnell and rdtax 8160 street pay roll to rlCClrts 1000 OM moving dead dog Wo 355 B T Davis recording deed for Geo- I 0 Buck nnd stamps for same 22j IleC Helm for blank woke nnd stationery 4z- Phu W0 Supt of Water and Light tdinr presented the following report for 1 1000ibal in treasury April let 8US84i amt collected during April OC215 8SOOIW By amt paid out In April 23ST3 BaL in treasury May 1 1000 82ti3Lm TOM DILLON Jim Stipt The City Treasurer presented the fol1 lowing reports for April 1000 OKVHUAL FUND ACCOUNT To bal per March report S 601 2cashBy checks paid in April 800 Bal to credit this necouvit 1021 CITY HALL VkCCOtWT To bal per March report F8ri- cashoo cud of J A Thompson 485 cash read of II a Helm 4031 1Bull to credit thtanocounG 879O- xvvTHn J AND noirr nOCD ACCOUKT To hal per March report 81170 Hy four coupons paid 120JO Overdraft 3 2JJ1 RNo change in College Bond account since last port W OJoin 8bf Treas On motion the foregoing reports wore received ordered pptvad upon time cords and tiled On motion Jerry Sanford was rotetc from paying balance on his wagon 1li1 cense He stated ho had paid to Mr McCutchen LGO on same and used h wagon only one day after taking out cmi 1license On motion check for t20 was ordertnl I printinftbnllotA petition against tho enactment of the proposed amendment to the stock ordinance signed by 123 legal voters of the city was presented to the Council In view of the fact that not near one half of ttho legal voters had signed the petition iand presuming it had been thoroughly majorityksage and on motion mado noel curriedjll- o I lthe amendment was adopted at the 1lost imeeting of the Council The vote was cast as follows Councilman Ellison Oowgill Davis and Beckman in favor of iits enactment Councilmen Wearn an Brevard opposed SpecsPolicet regular meeting was unanimously adoptedOn lion H F Ilemlcy was unanimously elected as special Police JudgeOn motion the Water and Light ordli Dance was unanimously adopted as i troduced and read at the last regular meeting On motion tho Uitv Clerk was directed to procure a new Record Book to keep minutes of tho Council proceeding jin employnlookvrn ed over the City Tax Book for the year 1000 to Tom Dillon jrC T 0 showing tho total amount of the taxes to be I5 H19T21 for which amount he holds col 1 lectors receipt The ordinances as nbove adopted are as follow STOCK ORDINANCE 1rhoCity Council of the lIlc man do ordain as follows That Article Vn Sec 1 of the Revised Ordinances as published in 1893 known as the Slock Ordinance bo amended by striking out changIngr keeping the mules horses cattle an hogs taken up so that said Section when amended shall read as follows That n horse hog mule cattle or stock of nn bythowithInand if any such be hereafter found run ning at largo within said limits it shall cityforthwithinclOlOIno shall be allowed fifty cents per head and fifteen cents a day for keeping the hogs head and twentyfive cents per dnyI head for cattle or stock except hogs and if within three days from the time 01Ij his taking up and impounding said stock the usthosaidchnrgoforlmpoundingnndkcep steelYMayorHWATER AND uairr ORDIANCEI hickn t Be I That ashall be unlawful for any person or corporation to use a greatII llghthan j ElectricLightscontracted font or to wen greater numII bar of lights than he has contracted forII with said Superintendent and any cnlot I or corporation so offending shall be fin 1 J ed not less than One nor more than Five Dollars for each night said light is soused I Sec 2 That it shall be unlawful tom any person or corporation taking water perdmain out of reoair so that water leaks 1 wastes therefrom and any person or corporation so offending shall be fined I I r d not less than One nor more thai fu Dollars for each day after the firs toy that said pipo cock or conuccth re mauls out of repair leaking or sc g water Sec 3 That it shall bo tho ilu y u Jtho Marshal and Superintendent fito Water Works and electric lights tc per sonally inspect at regular interval Ito e ifirst inspection to be made within stv days after the passage of this ordb 1f every clcctrio light and every iW pipe cock or connection within th rtfv or connected with tho citys plant w jperson or corporation refusing U said Marshal nod Superintendent tku Water works and electric lignU i Cti- to their premises at reasonable Bc+ shall be fined not less than Pivt DOT more than Ten Dollars for each ofl 11ft Tom Dillon roo Mn rIII C Helm Clerk I SPECIAL rOUCE JUDOE The City Council of thoUity ofa1 iman do onlnlti M followstt Sec 1 That the compensation d the Police Judge shall bo fixed at the fttt is entitled to receive and collci br nitlaw civil and criminal ensue co lIlt 1before hint See 2 That iu nil criminal and L Il cases arising by a reason of violatit u of the city ordiuauces or bylaws t lira tho judgment In for tho dofondon iwhen a return of uo property fount aW been mnilo on an execution or n c ipitS proflne orissaiug on Ijudgtnnt ng IJIit the defendant the Poltco Judga hallIIi 1certifvhtseots hunch CMCJ to tl11 IV paulSec l lice Judo is heroby creates the cumbent of which ofilco ifa to be aiu pointed by the Conucll nUll hold hi of fico during the pleasure of tho Co nlll 3nand whoso qualification shall U thr same ns tho Police Judge and win 1111 act ns Police Jndgo when them tile 1IV lice is absent or nthonvneio on able tenet or U sworn off tIll band 11t 1whose compensation shall be the lJj1 as that of tho Police Judge in all uw whore ho acts in time plats of lhe1t nlarJndgo Torn Dillon sir MM r H a Holm Clerk On motion council adjourned n U JIIII Cy 1CALLED StKETIXO i Hickman Ky May 9ii The Counoluict fur 1 dlcdre l1li pies oat MaySriDillon Councllnien to yard Ellkolfand Cow nl The object of the meeting was 14r itre11 to theflre department of the cik re celved in n communication from J j i B lrttyl insurance rate uomroissio i recommendations riiThssx being 111 i ea I ndcj 1YII I with them in order to maintain thr j eat c1nliSit1caUonIOn motion it was ordered U b i Water and Light Committee J w Supt of tho water and lights iI I these recommendations iiu complied On withII CARL SCRUltZl1ItAliE it Sincerity of his Conned Raked Beyond tjuca Milwaukee Wis sprit aarl- d Sohuru who Is here attending abl Ice of tho WLscoiwin Miuuc Pf1et1I IiltlpenkinRryan said i I regard Mr Bryan M a ron Wc man in many respects It wfitOor cue proceeding for n public map a be t ainotnperfectly sincere in tho iovitionn bukcs can take such a course Sooner laterc his real character will crop out canInot bo hidden under such drcunMncen The man who talks to the rople for effect and tries to pavan gn B outgo which he does not conscicaupu bo Novo to be the right one stands iihour 1 Jrynnhna publieouldbe IItya pad I would bo charmed to make his pisoDil mllnlorviewskapreojpiriu t Mr Shun was asked jf ho Doak point out some practical way in which id IIs befora1 IIrodingnj oneooftheButIvixir Effect of TrolllII itataloI same time last year both irnum ber and amount The fact that rr bug fOHontontput thotimethopeopleble from the use of thouo article d mon 1 I ufacturo on which the trusts hiq Tn rithllltheTHE ancients believed that rhmraa j tism was the work of a demon wthiu a I man Any one who has had on ittock rlieanntismwillac enough to warrant tho belief It hast ChambolninsPain buttwilllintdredabearthisstatementnPptfrthe itntroms1cast many tilms its OoVRtllJIickwnnLmedrngist8 J u t1CCAll J SandersReeves by note pnIed to came and settle reqn Sept 37 HKKEEmSfct r lil 1 A Fast Bicycle Rider Will often receive painful eats sprains or bruises prow accidents UuckleuH hlnlltho IttLips Burns Ulcers and Piles Cure guaranteed Only Sficts Try It Sold by all druggists ITho heat rood jar iHtollcctHal TheHgkt heIiware and rumors of wore the greatest aid to Intelligent thinking and the but food for Intelligent thought II thAt newspaper which IIt greatest and bOil Important political IMUCI are dally growing more Important An Intelligent understanding of the policy of a nation or a rest political petty le something to erytI citizen to thoroughly himself on the dayThe Iis the greatest of sill newnpeperi Its telegraph lo and cable new service excels that of any other paper It print the new news fully not imaginative occurrence but domestic and orlddlltul fully authen looted facts puidates dlscusied Now Ila the time lo subscribe far the boat medium of keeping In touch with the whole world The Hcinl Weekly Republic No less worthy of attention Is the IteIpublic Sunday Mat ixlnp It Ib filch issue wish the boitof epeclal articles written by the but of literary lAlsnl lte beautiful halftone Illustralloasdun aUI ready made It fescue and their quality and quantity will be pressrvsd New feature ot absorbing attraction are Illustrated nod enlarged upon In a manner equalt to the hlgbprls utaga liner Ctent of current Interest are est forth In entertaining ogle There Ile bu moor la Its pages too and fer the benefit of the ladles the latest Part fashion are act week exquisitely Illustrated and Je scribed The Repablioe Sunday laSCit xioe Iis tAaliard Tbll of the Semi- Weekly lubtlerlpllenrrli er fear Tbe Re yearBothI very low price of aILO for one year secure fhb low rale herb must be ToII and paid fr at the tame time tStt iFarmers Free Column Under this heading will liemafter be lhuteachproduets lKoIAny oue wishing to pasture stuck call on 0 L KOHB SaleAs good n small farm tw IIiuris In Western Kentucky D II Tooune Per Sale One five year old horse mule 14 v hands high Oac four year old snare mule 10 hands high J W PuncuLL =FUR ALEII Ono tine brood mare nearly a thoroughbred with young volt works an1I whew Also a No 1 family horse C maneandand perfectly gentle anybody can drive him Will pell one or both for cash or credit M A McDt IEL State Line LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE H R DEPOT WILLIAMS SHAW= Pint clan turnouts buggies Burroys carriage safe teams c Customers eeryed with courtesy and litcncc8 PR tronage solicited Telephone 10 Cask Book 8tora Splendid Selection bf NEW 1 BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS cc- Call and see our Stock Everything up to date MARY UBRENDES eC Co 11l 11 Ilrtlattrl tl Successor to Wm Dleslelbrlnk DCALEK IN Fancy traceries and Provisions aiCXHAH KMHW9KY ar FREE DELIVERY a Telophoue Storo No 94 Ret Idouoe No 00 K T TTLKK Prut C A HeLCOMBE T Prnt w c JeHXsex aht DICKMAN BANKHXOKMAN KENTUCKY lestats 1t aJLwlft 2 l lam JLfa G Paid UpI Capital 5000000SUH- IlUM ALAI UIVIMVIOKD PIIOP1TN 10090Solicits your business We offer tlie most Liberal AocoBuaodfttlona to oar Customers Oonelatetit with Established BitnkluK Principles I DJEEOTOaS-R T TYLER 0 A IIOLOOMBE J NAYLOR W II BALTS5ER s 7 J W OOWOILL W L McOUTOFIEN M B SHAW UK KMAN WAGON COt ts ANUrAtTUHCKN OF Tilt CKLRHHATKB HEe MAti WAGONS IHlCKMAN KENTUOKYj a 1 10M rt atMoIAn 16QIIHAIIo11 Alum Uo U Vii CalIA lilVM Antrt11bt411 ItaturUoU IlICItIH nvHWJa iYaeOeudrtkv fnlUe waoJtaI UrtadKbttn TENN PLAIN CTAMPCD TOVC AND nu IIH CM2MKI1MOMtMMUt 1H1Cl1ftnc iahifCloUt IlaCU Vow 11111 CMbrtllDtl Ota- rtnaa rreesre fatCtiro Ural 5e4 tntOora lVppen Ckk Stand OoCv mu- V1 tGAJ Coal epstKeU1Hccttnl I t UVwenpen 1rrlaalain lbei- nnnrl lUIA- llW1tr isau Trnrors IIV5Y4 Y or one s ar Cut T belt ru flo- Mr Pats J1ocr Oaf litiu Ont TnnU came Pel- l0aottne Ptwfs aria ticoo s- ilammen HMUIDC till ItMi lUtchrU Uolld r flood 1 I TilE LINE ChIc roSi Paul Omaha Kan leans Mobile Nash title Thomas vllle Atlanta Augusta Charleston SaIvannah Tamp Port Tam pa Miami and nil point In the South Veatlbuted First Clam Coaches with cooking room and toilet with Ibe confort of the faisenger Also Palace Sleeping Can Room and Bullet between 8t Louis and Mobile New Orleans and Flea E U BLAIR Agent Jackson Ten n and Feed Mfablu Clinton Street west of Hickman Wag elation given Your I I patronage or take more plpl8uro in try ing to please yon than wo old reliable barbers JOHN HICKS H R Ivy WILL mmN 1Wl lamp IAAt M1netI Slam Newer Ice heal Ins Roof 1stooaaiit nTt arrds lee IwM uusta adnn lard 1t+ lampalmoryLuu PHILLIPS BUTTORftwra NASHVILLE LARGEST HOUSEHOLD FORBISIEI8 NurACTUC New Enterprise Stoves National Steel Range- sTINWARE JAPANMKD COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES llTMdlluIMCM2MKI1M OMtMMUtChaatrrbtU ChaatrrbtUCalllMIU iwtJurtrunf TrapeJN1al Nose- s1ltmma4 MOlilLI AM OHIO RAILROAD POPULAR FOIL- 131Lotus pointsNorthBirmingham Chattanooga Montgomery Jaokionllle eastElegant complete geDUemVeatlbuled with- Drawing Montgomery Tbomaivllle Jacksonville Traveling Pansenger THE STEVE STAR Livery uggilSHorsespatronage solicited CITY BARBER SHOP herotoCROWELL lMnla- untitdun LkatkiTllme Lamp lAraVMM Lamp WUU lawn Ctiatrf Mvtal Iel1Ua Milk Can- MtUIOotk UUk Bbattn Hut Strainr MA CIIorliftl Nut CracnNutm r Oaten DUtlmrt Ont braW OUCau Patent l1li =1Mctro- ikiny hotulDtUi IIttIeft aal7 s Rout faint lunm WIll Jan Ismlrn Lt sec1ato PaMI- Hitiw tMawsHN1Mt uM1 fWnO- 5aai nrraea Pan MlMt JInI1eN Stopcan INwn TQIe TMItf r- wetSAaa AMP anAl S- AIt YOUR 0tALttR raTs roll cTAtoe aNa rases TvIltahre Tea M- rTsiisiINM- Tea 1151 nnamsten- lmhtllta Tall mads rasa YftlU11an Win lice Rood Cants- Wool ravWI- oIIIe Irtse- Water mater WaarrutraM aCLlsaWnaU14Ja JaWIII I1 Si InhYes maI- solua ltooo lUUbtLaI sad tIUUt ANNOUNCEMENTSI t ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAIL- ROADCALIFORNIA VIA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati sod from Loulivllla every Monday sad Friday From Chicago every Wednesday Personally conducted Run through to Lot Angeles and San Francisco vial New Orleans In eoooto lion with the Southern P olflo Conoeo Lion made with dally trains out of Now LimitcodMondnjn and Thuriayi at New Orlttoi with the Sunset Limped of the Southern Pacific giving upeoUl through service to San Franclioo FULL lURTICULAHS concerning all of the above can be had of of the ad PJLouisville A I A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY lVE waitBlankamUuInfI I I atone o Ilori9iholnf a ipeolnlty 1I also keep a full line o- fUndertakers GoodCommon Rosewood and Solid Black rr befittedrtaioaable prices Qlre me acall elf Shop nearff i ii p 4