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Fb Zi I a i 4 w a- P 4 THE HICKM I N COURIER c OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN j ESTERN KENTUCKYW ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUN01 KY MAY 18 1900 VOL XXXV NO 25 4 Local and Personal Claytonwasl EVSweet tatELLlauqs thohorooWhat does It benefit a man if Ho in the wrongway tothoSiam the door returnbolItOcotnmunca a canvass of tho District The Jllckman county circuit court Mondaythe theCumberland InltHMrJ II Pollock brought to tho Courier thin week BODIO stalks of wheat measuring over 0 feet Ho has 40 acres of thee mine kind The lllckman Wagon Co is erect ing a Urge warehouse on Water Street in the rear of theirblacksmith shop The building la 30i90 feet During Spring house cleaning the bargain laytlndt a lot of forgotten stufff In her bureau drawers and wishes she had her money back 1IIIL For a nice Qat ehaye haircut JjBeaton at the Lacledo Barter elaptlsoy are always randy to servo you 4 The ladles of the Cumberland Pres byterian church will hold their next cof JM social with MnL Wittell at the La cledo lintel next All the WednOfldhayeve arc f requcwtr4 to meet nt tho residence of Mr J C Cheek on next Monday eve f lrMfS 11 h M han been prcjmred Recitations music and addressed All cordially invited At Charleston Mo the other day the county court Itxed the dram whop It tense for ICtt at 51011 fur state and XXX for tho county opera houjto shows taxed r dayr41tQOl table license at por year Capt L Itwll i r wf1j La- aasttlwK r1 cWiLJC otrll at thin term of tine court is not only an expert clerk but tlpDt tho past winter in Wash ington and Is full up on Washington notables and politics It lis both inter cstlng and instructive to hear him It Tho Courier In indebted to our von erablo county man Mr R C Prattler for a copy of the Commercial Gazette in Mills Point Oct 11841 al l lIlulJlllbedof the Newsletter published In Sept 7 1848 and and Jan 20 181U Theo papers contain mutters of I much interest to old citizens and theirI descendants I L unbdayknownIt ed According to Hicks this spoil is i yet to como and is duo between the IGth i ana 20th of tho month Tho briars that produce these berries are now in full bloom however and the prosiraU for n heavy crop were never moro flattering A certain fraternal order has mailed the following pcrtlnAt notice to memo berg who do not aUld meetings In- CIDlO of your death in order that your widow will receive her money you must bo Identified by some of us Therefore 4you should como to our meetings occas ionally BO that wo will bo able to iden tify you This applies to members of several Jllckman onion Thu small lay and life fond parent who HO delights to take Uio children to see tho Animals will bo delighted to heat that Kentucky Is to bo long on circuses this year At least three and probably four of theso stupendous t o n to d aggregations are to visit tho State curing tho season Tho John Robinson shows will probably bo tho first to como followed closely by the Sells Bros and perhaps still later by the Wallaco shows The Illinois Central railroad is breaking all records this year in tho way of locating now industries along the line Binco January 1 sixtyilvo manu byJndustrlaland tho building dono in connection with them represented nn advertisement of over 4000000 Tho now indus tries are located in Kentucky Tennessee and elsewhere in the south It is speclal mines and saw mills in Kentucky dun ing tho coming year Paducah Hun Pay attention to tho little thing It Is tho little things that wreck families Clotheslines for Instance A clothesline can break tho oven tenor of the way of a family that has dwelt in peace for years Suppose that clothesline is loft night Tho husband walks backand the lino catches him under tho chin ReI Hult Mad man cut clothesline angry woman weeping children Suppose tho clothesline breaks under the weight of wet clothes Result Wild woman whipped children hungry husband with out chance for either supper or a plea sant word Plane Recital Tho pupils of Miss Mercers Music Class will give a Recital at tho College this evening commencing at 8 oclock Those holding invitations are kindly re 1 quested to remember date and hour nnmmmmmmnrnEmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm re t I LPWS LLZSON II- r 4 aE Visit EllIson s v- E r j 4 iif E E 1t 3 BIG STOR r =s J Dry Goods r 1 Floor Millinery w M O 1 0rE ILadies Fine Shoes r +o EfJ p Ir E E CLOTHING JELargest1 stock in J I Kentucky = E WATS p E styles in str GoalsSN J + Big Stock of SHOES 3- a = SHIRTSE + I UNDER E 3- E 3- E b KWEAR E E E E Cook stoves for wood a oil We want Ii E your trade If 1 it I LPW s1 LLISON I p d Iill biillJllilI1 UIUNUllllulllillll1 1 1 1 lillllli 1 U 111 II1l111 1 I111lIIa10114U1 116 1U IIIUiIII1 R WILL NOT RUN Hon John K Hendrick Posi tively Declines to Become Candidate for Gov ernor Hon John K Hendrick of Paducah who has been prominently mentioned as a prospective candidate for tho dome ocratic gubernatorial nomination says the Louisville Times is at tho Louts vlllo hotel To a reporterfor the Times Mr Hendrick stated that ho would not be a candidat- eI do not foci disposed to enter a contest said ho in view of the present eoittekn of affairs While I appreci ate the compliment that has been paid mo by my friends who have been erg ing mo to make the race I do not feel that I could afford to neglect my law practice I might win and I might not In any state of tho case it would take up a good deal of my time Of course I would like to be governor However I had some pretty rough experiences in politics and dont want any more of Itn Portraits Delivered Crutchfield Ky May H 1900 Mr Goo Warren Illckman Ky Sir Please givo notice that the pre mium portraits given to subscribers of tho Courier will bo delivered this month RespectfullyL D NICHOLS A NORTHERN man speaking in Memphis recently about white supremacy said that the stand taken by the South em whites in tho case is founded upon that wonderful instinct of self preser vation to which we owo advance Con trasting AngloSaxon civilization with African civilization ho declared that tho Africans are a stationary race and accompUahcdin capablostanding by white supremacy tho south has not worked for herself alone but has served the negro and tho nation too He is confident that the north will in time recognize her obligation to the south by repealing the Fifteenth amendment Heirs te Millions t John D Rockefeller jr is heir to more i millions than any other young in the country today He Iis not yet 25 an his whole lifo has been a preparation for tho enormous task of caring for tho estateYoung Alfred Vanderbilt who inher ited bulk of his fathers immense fortune over his brother Cornelius because the latters marriage did not suit his father is 23 Ho was graduated from college and has seen a great deal of fto lifeWilliam K Vanderbilt jr will never have to worry over bills for ho is the prospective heir to his fathers 1100000 000 Ho is a born business man rather than n student He loft college before graduation and married Miss Virgini- Fair I Tho son of William Woldorf Astor who lives in England is 19 and will ge the hulk of hIs fathers fortune At tho present time it la estimated that fortune is 200000000 John Jacob Astor of New York while not near so rich oa his brother has over 70000000 most of which will go to his son a very bright youngster now nino yours old Wants His Face Changed Mr Taft of Wilmington Delaware has applied to a hospital in Philadelphia to have his faco changed Tho only rea son ho gives is that it worries his mo thor It resembles that of his mothers stepfather who maltreated her when a little girl and his filial duty impels hi to nave it so shaped and trimmed that all semblance to the brute who made Ufe uncomfortable for his maternal pa rent shall be eliminated I CONSIDER it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to toll afloat tho wonderful cure effected in my case by tho timely use of Chamberlains RemedyId procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of It effected a permanent cure I take pleasure In recommending It to others uttering from that dreadful di VaThisShawState I Coverings w 3 4Latest i u MR HANNAS 1IIUFF I I probdi able action of the Republican National Convention declares that it will take a bold stand on tho new Issues and that It will bo overwhelmingly supported by the vote cast for the Republican ticket in November This popular support of the Repnbll cad ticket Is somewhat doubtful if Sen afar Hannas party takes that bold stiud on certain issues which would be consistent with its acts Such a stand I would necessitate the Republican par tys pronouncement against the Ameri can Constitution violated by tho Re publican passage of the Porto Ricanl tarn bill It would force the adoption proa tection to the trusts assessed to a totall campaigtI uses It would compel tho repudiation of tho Declaration of Independence declared by tho Republican party as in applicable to the situation in tho Phil ippines It would make inevitable a public announcement of the definite abandonment of tho Monroe Doctrine It would lead to a confession of thuI Republican determination to annex Cu ba in violation of our pledge for Cuba national Independence Senator Hannn Is mistaken in behov ing that the American people wouldl support such a platform He is mistak en in asserting that his party will take a bold stand on these issues a stand in keeping with its real intentions allmthese issues and try to fool the people into reelecting Mr McKinley Then will come the line of action Indicated above a mapped out course which the Republican party dare not avow to tho people but upon which It 13 determin ed all tho samo13t Louis Republic Didnt Like Water Anyhow I suppose you see some funny things about hero said tho visitor to Niagara Indeed wo do replied the guide Kenjtucj V iBRYAN AND TOWNE Barker and Donnellvt iTho Populists in so tar as they iftpre Bent an element of opposition to the Repuclican party have contributed their mite toward ultimate defeat by split ting wide open and nominating two tickets for President and VlcoPresldent That branch of the party that assem bled at Cincinnati nominated Darks and Donnelly they may be classes lISI tho ultra element but propose to at many others as possible and therein it Is well known will Injure tho Demo crate and help tho Republicans This b so clearly their purpose that but few atlSioux Falls Is more conservative and have eliminated from their contentiousI some of the moro ultra demands of tho coopennate with the Democrats in tho nationall campaign They nominated HryanII Democrat and Towne Republican for President and Vice President ThoyI claim that going outside their ownI ranks for their candidates Is an evidence of their liberality but of courseI they well know that their action of attempting to dictate the nominations of the Democratic party will bo resentedl nby many Democrats and will bring up complications such as existed in theI Watson case In 1696 On the whole theI action of our Populist friends is not en couragiug THERE will always bo a reproach to tho United StubS in tho history of how tho two little Republics of South Africa J were transformed Into British crown col I oniesii i noticeablyThistions as to price between tho retail mer chant and his customers and tho do nand that has arisen for a halfcent f coin Tho department stores of tho large cities aro already putting a fivemill coin f into use and the Treasury officials at t Washington have become so impressed that u popular demand and need for such Ia i coin exists that j bill has been propar t ed for introduction in Congress author izing its mintage As the bargain couri tor has evidently become a settled insti tution tb coin would fall into general use DEMOCRATS FIGURING p On a Majority of Electoral j Votes in the Next Campaign A prominent member of the Demo cratic National Committee while In Chicago recently made this statement to tho TimesHerald Nineteen States are now Democratic or fusion and practically tare to reeiainsisoAlabama Arkansas Colorado Floe tida Georgia Idaho LoaWana Maryland Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada North Carolina South Carolina ToHaecsee Texas Utah 1 and Virginia These yield a total of j 182 Electoral College majority which is 324 IFour other States nominally Repub lican at this time are almost sore for t Bryan next year yielding twentynine i i moro electoral votes as follows Ken i tacky 13 KanaM 10 Delaware S and Wyoming 3 We count these feeeawe Kentucky will be Democratic fa a Na t tional campaign Delaware always gees tho way Maryland does and a Demoii trifle CoBgrMomaa was elected there last year KaMM will be carried by tltecfusioaiets on Rational lenses and be J j cases the swing of the pendulum uta that dlrectioB Is due Joshing will be for Mr Bryaa agate on the money Jquestion I FJQURE OK A MAJORITY Of tho thirtythree more electoral i votes needed to make a majority we 1 ought to be able to get moat easily the following States Indiana llii Welt ii Virginia G WaflliiBfctea California j 9 South Dakota 4 These woW m ke a total of 229 electoral vote a major j ity of five Of these twentyeight State with 229 electoral votes which I lave area tkmcd all but California Delaware Indiana Kentucky and West Virginia were carried ty Bryan In 1888 asd II these were lost by small mwgiae M ElR1allln California and KeatuekytlMt S = IIii eiaetood Totem each l stneyr lessees haveowM M rise iNat 1o keipas eepteWybe trasifr leai+r a c nines aaywiMM we HI t o JMV a chance in some or all of lye mere States having eightytwo electoral votes as follows Illinois 24 Michigan 14 Wisconsin 12 Ohio 23 Minnesota 9 By carrying ono or two of these States l wo could lose somo of tho others Imen tioned and still win J Split Populist The Populist or Peoples party is a great party to meet in Convention State and National adopt a declaration of principles and then immediately split and then go to work tho rest of tho year to spread themselves to prevent the sueItoss of those principles at tho polls f No Decision on the 14th It was very generally expected that tho United States Suprenr Court would hand down its decision in the Kentucky Governorship case but it did not and so it goes over until next Monday the t21st when the decision will most cer tainly be made known Until then all talk of what their decision is will be only conjecture and guess work Republican State Convention The Republican State Convention met s yesterday in Louisville and selected Republicanlmeet Philadelphia Ot course the delegates ore all for Me Kinleys renomiuation If the Supremo Courts decision is adverse to Taylor a special Convention will be called to nominate a candidate for Governor I fForSale cenUil t per Mrs E Oaso is visiting in Clarks villo Tcnn ISome men never realize how mean they have been until they run for office Tho wise man changes his mind but ho doesnt necessarily have to tell every body all about It An old retired river man says I have lived to soo my prediction of years ago como true With low narrow spanned bridges Government rules and laws issued against the rights and privileges of boats and boatmen no account civil engineers and less account improvements the Ohio river needs only a roof over it to make it nothing more than a i i great big sowerwThere will bo a total eclipso of tho i sun on the morning of May 28 Tho to tai eclipse will bo visible in only a taw of tho Southern states In this section it will bo almost total only about one eclipsebetweenmorning of tho above mentioned date ItII will be 18 years before wo have another similar occurrence and k will be a grand sight li Y j I i frfrii 0 LI4iI 1 I I I I r JTheI Hickman Courier I CEOUCB WARREN Publisher I I I IZENTUCKYIA cotton seed oil mill is to be builtI I at Yorkville Pla i There Is nn asparagus farm of 20 acres near Charleston The Vanilolin last week handled 11 cars of stock eastboundII French Canadians Almost anUrolII use homegrown tobacdoII Sweden is making rnpkl strides In manufacturing industries i Names have recently been appllei to a number of Alaskan peaks A thirteenfoot alligator WOB cap lured near Ilnrdevllle Fin recently I The finest shops in n Chinese uit I ore those devoted to the suit of cot i fins I II llremon received 1MS035 bales 01II I American cotton up to November 1I i IfOOIMore deaths are due In Knghmd to nluohollum than to dlpliUioria or tytt fcerII 1InScotland plowing inatclioft nn I raking plnco all ovor the country I I I The chances for practice Intity how I ever have blLm few The cost of preparing the Amarhwr I exhibit nt the Paris Imposition has 1 Leer 240093 The largest Item IsII I undone of expertsIIOUIThoro are now upward of 400 nlralI tnailenrrlers in the dtlttfd State and during the year Just closed shay i carried oloso to 10000000 pieces otr nlalltEngland has u Garden CIty nsodla Linn whose aim In to build cities In Euqh n way that they shall ombino the ndvantages of country life with I i ithose of town life A ionnajditor who wont to the last Paris rtyosition In a fiacre has v reached tic present show In an nuto mobile and promises to visit the next one in a flying machine I II It is noted that of 31 great battle In Iffvruro fought on Sunday 0 on Thursday 6 on Wednesday s on Fri t ikiy whflo Monday Tuesday and Sat l urday claims 2 apiecenPolish women In Pennsylvania eel dtIL rbrate the close of the Lenten period d by nwiohlng their husbands and del uging them with water It ia a eusp I I tom imported from Polandg1 1ItIn estimated that during the past fourteen months upward of 10000 n + waives have been killed in Wyoming tl In addition to mountain hone wild 0 cats lynx bear awl coyote 8 I Over flea tons of documents proe duced by England in the Vcneanelnu arbitration cast have been r011lOVtJII from 1nrte Thoy feaulrod two rail r way cGthftni awry y la t Fifteen years ago jwtlve CbriHtlnun 4J I I Icould rarely find omployiHent lit InINow they am preferred by contractors JI beemiBo they do more anp better work than tile heathen t1 The will of the lute William GoW 11 thorp of To Daviees county JUliO II gives about 30000 to the Mothodtet t1 Episcopal board of education to aid needy young men studying for the ministry i Minnttapolia has established and maintained for years three public playgrounds for children at a cost of i IDQ Of this sum 100 came from the city treasury and the rest from private contributions I A Boston policeman S Robinson 1 dying has left 40000 of n fortune of 13000 to the town of Gilnmntownh N II the Income of which is to be 1 expended exclusively on the building and maintaining of good roads t The Enplisg Agricultural Assoelu lion for Women has begun the pub o Mention of the Womans Agricultural Time to Interest the women of the world in agricultural pursuits and make of women intelligent farmers Kev T 11 James who has been i preaching In Oakley Kan on n five Iundrecl dollar salary recently in i herlted a fortune from England and intends to use 100000 of it to endow a college and a hospital in Oklahoma Senator Baker of Kansas says he started his son E Uurgoync Baker in the newspaper work because he believes journalism is the best training for any young man no matter whether he intends to keep it up or 1 II lo go into some other profession The next generation will see thet Gould fortune pretty well cut up i there being so many heirs The rich t t est of these will be Kingdon George 6 Goulds eldest child Ills father is I thoughlt a mere child speaks German and J French and line picked up n surpris 4 syt 4 ing knowledge of yachting ktK Gen II V Boynton has accepted nn 4I invitation to nttend the annual Fourthr of July celebration at Guilford battle ihild Guilford Court House N Co and 4 to deliver the address on the occa r slon Gen Joseph Wheeler tine also r v been invited and is expected to at tend i lL The total capacity of the boiling 1i down chilling freezing and meatpre i serving works In New South Vales JB estimated at 10000000 head of 1 cheep and cattle h TW Williams of Decatur Ala IIs- II rafd to own the largest hqg in the world It weighs 120 pounds is 10 fret 2 inches in length and 4s feet r afghr Ilarnock n Berlin theologian f has come forward with the startling t f theory that the epistle to the romans r probablywI r Trlscilla whom Paul mentions ia ODD I flathis lexers y S- x c7c 7 t 4- a HlLONGOS AND MMSIN I After Heavy Loss Filipinos Aban don the Towns to Our Troops Tha Americana Hail Three Causal- Situ All Member of he 43d Vol unteer Infantry Humor eta NMtlre Uprising I Manila May Hfhe towns of HI tangos and Mnasln island of LOJteI have been occupied by troops of thJ 13d volunteer infantry rho Insui StInts opposed the landing of theI Americans mid sustained heavy lossess rho Americans hail three casualties The latest rumor of an outbreak 1In Manila among the natives which w a- in S circulation lat week was seriously Jltcussod by some of the local pave n Mid attracted more general attuiitlo than has usually been the case with this sort of thing As u matter c fact many Filipinos did leave they American employers with the nppai ent intention of joining some such movement Their action taken iIn tonncetlon with the arrest of sevbn I natives for carrying concealed to Dim aid tho dispersion of several s pJoioiiB gatherings gtiTO color to the reports The oflleiala have been active in thIeotI nastier but are not Inclined to tidal an uprising will be attempted The9be believe the Filipinos lacking In tit i ncccMary courage osjMselwlly In Iew- of the fact that the natives fourml t attempt the demonstration at the time of Gun Lawtons funeral although they had made careful props rations and many Insurgents had como 0 Manila for this express purpose A paper found among the captured effects of Gen Pantaloon Carol n nf RUtH that the United States tongros i has done nothing for the Filipino antI that therefore all Filipinos whoi ire working for Americans must leavi i heir employers immediately or suffer tIlt penalty of treason One report is that the Filipino juntai A endeavoring to incite nn outbreak order to show the civil commlssioi t thlll the insurrection is still allre Igloos not seem probable that the pence proposals which Senor lluonca ilno at one time a member of th10 called Filipino government hal raven up for submission to AgulnalI 0 and the other insurgent leaders will have much weight with the FillI U inos lluencaminos reputation alned in former wars isI that of R Ulan who hurries to get on the wino Ing tilde lie was in disfavor with lie Filipinos even before the collaps- f their government owing to a wide prced suspicion of disloyalty to his olleagucs Last week Gen MacArthur receive large number of 1onsuls fflcera and rcpre entatlvec of iioralnl bodies ToJJ ut4ColiQT or JiJ mlJIIafjfcearetary he will a ign many duties heretofore upon the adjutant general This 5 taken in view of the increasing im ortance of the post of governor rnl MncArthurs policy appears t a volve considerable decent Fit will give to his staff matters o f clad and will devote himself Inrgnlj to questions of policy A BIG MORTGAGE One for f23OMOOO Riven by the cncu d Alton Itonil II Cuntnlneil 11 91000 Reveiiae San + ps- lSpringfield nL May 13A mort cnge given by the Chicago 11 AltonI allt y Co for 32000000 to tIe Farmers Loan Tmst Co trustees at New York was filed for record Sat rday In the office of the county order of deeds It contained 11 1000 revenue stamps The mortgages given to secure the payment ofI three and onehalf per cent tint lien ifty year gold bonds of the tUItion of 1000 each and hereof in case of registered bond a to the amount of 52000000 Cadet Entertained Chattanooga Tenn May 13The adets of the Kentucky university vl Iteel Chickamauga park and otherr points of interest in a body They ire the most admired visitors of the carnival and there will be a greatt heal of regret over their depurtur- ifonday when theyvv111 return Lexington The cadets were aincd with a brilliant ball Choked While Katlnn Tie llnfjcrstown Md May 13Mrs Martha Pry of Sharpsburg while eat ng n piece of pie at dinner choked The obstruction is believed to be aI pin or needle which fell into th1 lough Doctors perfomed an Ion on her throat to remove thec ibfitmetion hut they were unable tio locate it She will die huller diode Clinlriuaii Sioux City S D May 15The pop list national committee met here and orI1nlzed by the election of the fol owing officers Chairman Senato larion huller North Carolina vice hnlnnan J H Edmlnston Nebnu- at treasurer W D Wnshburn Ma- ucbuRCtts secretary J A Kdgerton Colorado Took Carbolic Acid and Died Chicago Mny HAfter writing 0- note of farewell to his former sweet cart Tarry S Barrett proaperoiui In UBlnees and heir to an estate worth 35000 took carbolic noel and died rhe Ritlchli Is attributed to Barrett enpondcncy Treats IlevelopliiK In Germany Berlin May HThe printing paper manufacturers have organized with 7- Cper cent of the trade The result that prices hove risen to S3 Jicr kilo The sheet iron dealers an Efotlatlng fur a syndicate I SLEPT AT HIS POS Zuclurer Plmiu n aid 110hf1 lulled In n ltallws7 Veck lit rllNI iiinnnt Turk riillttdrlphla I Philadelphia Iny13rlll1t tin tol n tower operator in the ifrpoj of the Baltimore S Ohio Ilatlroiu lOo stationed at the entrance Ot tlfeiiu mid under Twontyllfth street Jfts outside of Fulrmount park t ii- olalmod slept nt his post Asi re suit n disastrous re rfnd frclgh cal- lisiutt 1 occurred curly Saturday IIthe tunnel CHindng the death ot JJiiffin cur Oeorge Loeb nail Fireman qt rjo Hlnchmnii natal it is believed tiM fulrlowed the wreck and u doted orsor flromen wore Injured while flgfrini tine llninoB and are now In the u pUolsiAll of the dead were still In the wreckage Saturday forenoon andl tK+ ROre department taus unable to ttinJJ gulsh the llninos which slowlyeon I surreal the damalleher cars Operate r IfAlltl1 dlMppwirMl and tho jpoler sr- r looking for him lfhe vMulty of the tuiiHul afjur theI ncoideiit became the MW at ilidI exeltenumt No one oould ovfjncl J d Hearer thiin within WO feaI1tbri opeainir owing to tbe 1hnne el lbauinptotherefrom The fast Novr1ounc express freight traIn of U raw leavh the tunnell on tune MR 8lc1 down so that wine uf the pMcloi shifted Tine second sOOUOn e II mina same train comiioved Qf 90 wr was lint1 about ten minute late 1It- lo WM Tow rnu n I ntelH duty to fticra tile second section that the firth 11111 stopped in the tunnel TkW I i fallen to do having it UI std f1er asleep The necond section approach I rd the tunnel At a rapid rate of 1111 and crushed with full1 force Into the first suction Engineer Lob wJ Kireinnn lllwehman of the sir ail1 section were Immediately crushed t o death art the oars piled In riff discriminate inas began to fn iI Four oil ears exploded adding tot b horror of the situation and fceu II tine flames A nro alarm was tufi roc In and firemen imnutllnMy b 4 nn endeavor to extinguish the fin ni No attempt wan mode to secure O bodies of the dead as It was imp ble to get near the point wlinryy i fr Jar The loss to the company j ostlnmtetl1 at 140CCO rfANY PEOPLE HOMELESS- A Fire Iu Camden X J Dentrl Ten Store and About Klfll 1Small UtTrlllnu alleh broke out In the I khouse at Fifth and completely destro4 Carthe ten stores and abj lags causing a lo lA i otoo and rondorlnj Ont qet pns rlir 0t haudl that mule Ill JIgJ stored In the market r orJ blillnetoI Mouiu floriflt 3tss 1 I I Ilhl elothlngr WCO lluiry i rwtttl ij iifJtcorJ 0 Most of the others to sufdM Me 11IInlOll property owner M nr of aoceupnnts of the ilwellinirs loaf aU their hoUHchold effurin The lIllfahtr are partly covered by inun ranee THROWN AGAINST A POLE Two Persons Killed and To In Jared In n linnnwjir Accident real linonrillr Trrnn Knoxvllle Tenn May ILM J Condon a railroad conductor 61i Knoxvllle and Mortimer F hap lurrogatleiMrs Condon was seriously Injured nail Mrs Shen slightly The men were thrown against a ephone pole dying almost instantly IaShea and his wife were here ane pleasure trip and were out driving with the Condone Neret14ChatcI toA Hcnthornc 30 years old died at Intl homo in Otisco lad above Joflonmn erlIIe Several years ago Henthorn won a national reputation the press b3 hale branrry whlb under a wreck In the northern part of madman For over four hours ho Jay under a coach and refused to IMS takei out until after every one else was re moved from the wreck Funnily rnhanl1s and arms being free ho took an ax and helped cut himself out Itotl legs were mashed oil above the knee biu he recovered Fntnl Hbuutlnic on the ftlreet Pine Bluff ArkM May 13T S Fstc1 shot nnd probably fatally wounded Dr 1 O Cookon East Barrequi street Samuel Flies u bystander received a woulld In the leg from Ksl w revolver Kstes fired six shots three of them taking effect in Cook body The shouting is the result of a quarrel of long standing birettas ia Part Paris Miy 14The second bnlloti In the mnnlcljml tlection in Purl l- Sunday in the districts loft wltluu iiitheThin is a rebut of the Waldecklloun Beau cabinet loIIITonln Cuul In Unltlu7 BnrJIn May 1IA shipment of Po cahontus coal arrived ut ports on tilt Jthlne JIIIIIWho quality however is udmlUcdi heater ARE MAKING INQUiRIES Must the Monroe Doctrine Be En forced by Resort to Arms Sure I Ml Information Asked of Kvery- Aiuerlenn MlnUter and Consul Iu- Sou IK II nil Central Anierlcn reniirfnl Tnlk Krom llerlln Wimlilngton Mny Iih view of tint t to slRiillloniit ivfuronctw to thu nnforcv midst of the Monroe doctrine by Sow of rotary Hoot Senator Lodge nnd otlno pranitnoiii stun the state dopnrtnit ts tnkuu stubs to scours data on tint iwbjeott The burdfln of tliwe ftiteeuliwti 1ms been tint stnrtling Incruasu of the Utrmun crtlonlen in South aril Control Amorloti which Jmvo lacuna nKnnliHl an inonHolng tint Monroe doctrine It oho hen been tiHwertvd that those Jarraisin volonlatat nmlnuin their horn OHHtontH In tIlt now laud dual almost mwlwiilvfly with nonimny use only tlio Umimn language have almnst HM n tptNlaolrr govortiiHoHtH within thei Itii rtK of AinarloAii ropnullra and are lit fttet little Gurinnnltta whorowr lo- tHtd 1hettp dopartinont hcld1an liwimrtlon to ovary minister UIM osjml In South sad Cuatral America to Inform the deuirlHieai tally on all tine points to which reference hoes boon nmtle Of eOHrw UrmaMy la sot loforrvd to toy norms for such a direc Unlit might aatitrally lire umliratni to- lUlU UuntiHii government Tire elrettI atiopali1 1t the ooiimila in rowptUHir their rt pony wilt differ from the voionlBte Ilorlln May lLflu oabtal ruportii Qt titat wuent i mado in the Unlttnl 9tuta aonato rhiunber during the tIp bole on the iwvall npirni riatlon bill by Senators lisle nand Spooiirr to tho- r tUToot that tho ITnttud tMro hail no UKJKC lotion of war or other troubl- w1th Oorinsuy have Leon reettlett- lI1rt with mtliifaetlon Tim Hemtofllotal llurllucr Post a sort that those ticcluratloiiH prove that fnlrmlndodl and calmly rtmOR inn Ainertoans form the majority and Ih conolud UH article theta Wo Kujte In the future that attacks Ujr certain Amaoloaii polltleitiiiM who Inn jmte to a friendly country all sorts of apgrwftlvw MhwmeM will tot no prompt ly nviladtatrl JSITUATION IMPROVED etitptoyrs wt lee Strnet Hallway Line In St luntlVlii llelurn Iu Work St Louis Mny nnlt featuret- hin tiny in the Btreot raihitajr strike which fommeKewI Tuesday world rag It tliU city liy the racv on the SU Loiiitt TraiMloH Lea Uwa rvfovtMy uoteaae MIdr 4tiami- ah lilt IetaN a l hands bI t1f8Ctt bctwM fmrrfM t ran abere N tlw Mmtlra te of u ioeal street nllw j tf anaoelallon and the orig tin mapsndyf auntie tort of an amkable audvrstaad lag eould Snot IN arrived au The con fureHce healed for wtrral koara hut toat IU ronrlttalon Cio tepkeaa said that Hothinif heal beer a lMpIl i Tim atrikem tiWelals were w lHnx 6aorkrbHrate provided the proportion to do MO tome from the railway eowpa itj The railway atUriuU retried te entertain any swJi proposal IMting that they had nothing to arbitrate St Local May lLtraJN in th strcot railway gtrlkc Imvo net mate richly changed lllotttis was kept in various pnrU of the rtiy In tam Instance thu pollco fired Unto a crowd nail In others uxwl their clubs those who atlempted to Hterfero ihe running of earn Tine Suburban system run all Its oars under an en tort of police St Louis May 1S There are Impor taut improvement In the street IIlilt way strike situation At n conference 11heM betwron the oflleiiils of the Sul Urban Hallway Co tho only systems In lit IxmU not controlled by the Ht Louis Transit Co anal on whltfi n strike was inaugurated ton clays prior to that declared on the Transit aye torn nnd the ortlclals and tHllploJ sea of that road nn amicable adjiulmont wan effected anus the men will return to world On just whnt basis the strike WON settled could not bo tatfIt nition In many quarters It inI figured tlut the settlement of the Hlriko on the Suburban presage+ an adjustment of the dlfiktilMi between tine Transit IhlCu and UH looo striking employe in the near future The Suburban Co load no difficulty In maintaining u thorough running schedule ajul no serious demmiMtni dons on that line occurred On tine Transit Con ystcm thorn wore n number of demonstration more nol y than otherwise In ono instance the police erc obliged to charge on n crowd of strike MymputhlrorM to illsI perse it and in n number of instances used the flat side of their sabers In nccompllKhlng their purpose No ens tidllloH of n serious nature were reported rIroitrntloiiH Iroiu feat Chicago May 1310 prostration w lre reported Monday nn n result of thu oxtromo heat which inns prevailed hrru for several daylt 2 p nu- ttwat thermoniettTN registered an high ax 89 the great humidity adding to tint general discomfort Treasury Sluteniriit Wnohlngtou May 1ifhe moist oftroaHiiry bulanues Iii the oral fund exclusive of theS160OOa000 gold r ucrve in the dlvlsiuu of JIon ehpwss Available cash balance S4340fC17 gold 74T3014 on = FIFTYSIXTII CONGRESSJ Stimnmry of Leading Iventi be for ncr Washington May SSennteThe MI1JIng completed with tho exception 01II that section relating to armor and nrmamontUUIIKO iost of the session WRIt de voted to the consideration of private a bllln recommended from tho commit tel ou ohihiiH and tun bills were pnwud Line most lni ortunt WIM one remit the penalties Impoited by the government on line Union Iron works U San Francisco the bulldom of the s torUutnnportauttmel1811rUA oocu1dart till rtfmlIcJer tine 1I IQnA11nshinglonfny08unatirna tically the entire Kotwtun was ilovotml to the section of tine naval npproprln tlon bill relating to armor sad itrnut inont Tho debate largely hinged on tho proposition that the government ore 11al own A joint mmliitlmi making the at soletftton of H site sad tke erection of bronze statue In Vaahlnnfton P C in honor of the wto hoary Wad worth LouKfenovr was paMtH- lIIowo Tho entire session Was oo euplwl Iin vonHiiioriitf the conlflBtiHl olKtion MM of Pmron res Crawford of the Ninth North Carolina district The report of the majority vvM against taw Utiitr mw l er a ilimoI emit on UH general1 Ifroalid thatI Mr hi PeMraon okwimn was jirevmitwl by fraud InUioMatlrtii bribery and MowUliiHl Tk minority dray alt the nllcfntloH of tins majority The do hint Was on party linos WaBblairion Uny105oaatuTk too tuvolvlnir tins snot of Mr Clerk of MunUutu IIOll111OIIoti until next MillTitocdav A wnii IWMMH to iw Iiu Mary It Swift ISMOO one yonr M I aryr of bar httabaml lohn H Swift wino died wall serving u Unitotl Status minister tn Japan The sea dos Wh wenelwlwl vflli oHla flea an the i artwuatatlVe uuued lkdr uf Loalaplassihairlay the very narrow margIn MroCrawfonl of Ttorth Carnllun a demur rat atnlentetl In ink plee Mr Poor son of North Carolina He In thee third roriHliMenn to bo seated by the plwrnnt I dump That nninortty resolu a ties tiN Wring thn ulttliig mttnlier en titled to thIIcat was dofu tml by Olio tote WathlntgoN Muy IISctfUtfTltoc- llltirc nowlon was devotetl to a dlsoin elan of fhr naval ipmpriatUn bill It WRA dade to rote OH the luwmrn at S ofjixtk on tflatNMlay atteneao- nTletlsdill rrorrt Weird bntkon In paMlitfr private j lon IrflU There were taily las fimMHl Tht triael pat ore amimif thtnn was tseaste Mil to yirasioa she widow uf the late Om llory at time rate of trios taontk- WaahM j or rioH May IRcottaTheseafaloe was t utd to a tOn MwatkM of the anal appmprlatUNt bill tbv main feature heat a defeat of la nroMNilt on to arm a yfovttra artoI jf0rw IUMltpaaeQsWabtiMr May 14 fhNMto TlM pseaedn1raV iro Mnt armor plant in rare armor ran sot br purrhaomlt for 444 per ton- Other bills pewore tb het hoar Mil t0 aurtey Vnrlaml kar iHir with a viewI to its further im- iltoTrtwenl for the nprovwit of ioakf rivrr laI Waaliliigton and Iilahn- iroTUbtf lOt 1e tCIIlNor of eiMnVown HawalL line Thai iriM ral dcaVlfrttoy Mil WI n ail It earrlo taUJ 31 The debate wa dmrotml jrinelHilly to IIu lltlval toilers The HNHtary drmlrmy bill ia the kt of thin wipnfy Wile yet houseeL tllCUllAN TARIFF REVISED It Will slightly Increase tine Here IIflU uf the lulnutl and Guru LhIto lltleot Jeer tn Washington May 1ahe war de partment has niorto iiubUx nlmultnno ouly here and in Hiivnim the whwl of tine revUod Cuban turiff which goats unto oJTeot June 1ft next Tho re vision waft olTeuUtd with ilinioulty aural time sehrdulen Imvo trnvelml back Anti forth between Washington and Ifs Ann n half doses time The roriited tariff It IIn calculated will slightly Increase time revenue tine Idliuid which wens last year ap proximately 10000000 The primary purpose of the revision of the Porter tacit in not to provide against n de Baloney of revenue but to stimulate Importation from the United tunics The trade liotwecn Cube and tine United States han nut augmented since tho American occupation anal even the ippllcntlon of time Porter tiiriu WIIH not attended by any benefit In the increase of the aggregate end ume of tnulo Of tint Imports into Cumin loan than SO per cent originate In the United Stator Ilnnker Coin net ICIaht Years Boston May 15In tint Status court here Monday Clinches H Cole former president of the now defunct Globe national bank of thin city who recently pleaded guilty on several counts of an Indictment charging him with misappropriation of funds of the institution wait xcn trnocd to nurse eight years In the Greenfield jail ywllolh tunics Delernilneil Hotighton Mk mIny y3foe mine mnnngitfH of the dint riot meld u con ference and decided to present n unit ed front to the dcmaniH of tho lint Both subs Boom determined and thorn lire prospectM of the strike lasting several weeks nt thins Osucola and Qulncy whore J6QP upon are now n u te1lrllIIlIU Killed 0Scrontol1 1pt IIy l1I1r n coJ Union of freight twltm on the Lte k 1nWllnun rmlmoi rjiwii tll1 city Wm K KcfidnlweJir n rlJHk wax kiUfd jbr ottr iraliimcn fm nied unhurt Y j L L JloucI Alllnaee with nnxUuC If the United States and England should form an alliance theromblnrdll nKth would 10 great thAt there would be little cJ1aUCOtenemies to overcook UloIn a like man when turn and women keep up their llOIlly ItttUlttJ1 with tinere a little chance pfattaektkr nr nIl old time ttrnllIy erari nae the I builds up the the ewes ami iacreai tho apxtitooTaY it t VlllliiK tu Ahoev4ntti An honest young man who had e c9Md rear peril by sn set of heretiin was inuih comnVinented for hU bravery Our lad said I with 1 eeuld bAVt teen yhrroulwn lie blushed and stammered Tutuid I Louts Ge1wlamocraty sits TO THI IAAnIA IlnnRer In jclinolra iinn and hove to Irevcnl U I Owing to the wthcrinj of so many lit 1 feint eJoMM of mesons therein UitITaylor walls lohurebe seh flIl uii hot po4lerteidiseasetaken JHH wnlu tlieuki aiw bee atnl with a CleaR lit4 fore oemt aloha AkbasUa which iirI OMa otaatt ia its nature sad irconvenient U ttIMW suit1 mint rw U 1 SNI J cost iti atisr thao for lrtr 1IwhUe rawh see mere oawur and at tinevelctotne manic p rlendII1flJ want to ata ftU 1M14 u red laM l inn IIf1tiJ11 to liteIDoers shi the I ritethe slim wb Mau a torIIfl of ih ear Hsr Midat 1 aadat l alt- bet If yea are ItttL1tI1 tin stiff for ibis ttayaM 4 Do Ynnr Ievt Ache and Ilurnt Shake kilo cite ebtis A p tllJtJW1rerulNt Ima tlidO8Jt Poet JCMJ Uea IIlAtag IFeaKa tiara I seat Fill AdSi Moo n OlHtiiM IA Hays N y It is set roasldced c1 fartn far a wd Mired gut to rid a white wtrtl The Is lmp rtiit sad skooki be rememhered Daartlk CoiaiHmal n requires a ltCHiUCt1 tod ber- ourslinIMd ItmUM AIMILIIM IUltthAtlaaC044r7 uw II1I1U tlkot It mHiai ksppeat tint a mia f re tQUtffI M OM wa kai i gtjNWii nt w4 f oatmUag keU Uei CJisn BSjr Kwt 0 A 11 St QraalrtH qa x T rftztl a T UrDr1Igem ten e 4p ihr rases MDK p rGt rwr tidy tit Zitiny rill frti to bmw 1A Il eMy by a lism ton say be q k Isa Su- e1 Jir a WrJr yes 50 e TU ootwt soa bill My smeller U Ac ft- ttrayPhilsdelybas Itucsrd A BloodTrouble 1 It that tired helmt Wood fed vMatttr- an4 ntsera and haws you reel bk a i trrur4 an day sad caat psi riled tiL altlJd llaa 8rip r lU will IN yea heve it will rstr to th MOM tsaahti at 84a t aoarwat auvaatara sad euWa u marls serve sal vraaa ol for body U gars atrH nirnksR Wp sad isvparta new 14 aN vigr le easy faUa Folt TlrctdID the aplag IwoaMatva no sfMttiu aad woaM fl1 cited a4 wild tat awbiiio Tu k Uuo4a HrMfMnlii ia waU daMH iocreacittg as II prtw Mrag r That Ural bring lelt MM and I felt tue sMwry myM W K usher IJex 00 MiUort Obi Me sore to get Hoods because Hoods Smrnmpmrillm Is the lint Mrdii it Money Can Ilur Itr pared br C 1 fin d +t C Lowell Afi i s Save ths Labels ud wrttt tot rare flat tar of umII HIRES 1 RHlkcr The favorite summer + lnak ifEItbUhrll iS48 Palmers LotionT- he Great BEAUTIFIER and Skin Curer For Pimples Tetter Eczema Sore Eyelids Burns and all Diseases of the Skin and Mucous Membranes that can be reached byan outward AppliCAtion Lotion Soap Pievtatt sad aitlttt In eoilaj all much amictioat At Dtoeclttt only tlW L DOUCLAS 3r 36Q SHOES MAf01 k r North 4 to SO compare with other makes lndorMHl by over 1000000 Wen rare bTtV 1youitoms and aka- anmledonboitom Take no uUlitute claimed to be ii rooj Your dealer should ahemIf- ool we wilY tad a Ion tttilpt ol price and ate ttra for ctnlajcf SUre kind or die and width plain or CJUto e luthttII IW L D00Gt14 IiKO C OtocUoa IIRBAJHUI8 Or TillS PAPKR DKtJllllNa TO nUV ANYT11IKO ADVKUT18UI IN Ill COLUMNS BI10UII INSIST UPON HAVINO litWIIAT TIIKV ASK Wll HKFUSIMO ALl BUIWTITUTE8 OK IM ITTIOCO r l6C0YfiesDROPSYtuu Iljx kprt Mliiir nUU ant III des trealmroa Ur ll II OIltKNIIIIOliS ht Ii AlLataUa 1Mrfe Use Certain Corn Cure Price5c Ii r trii 1 I I I i- T I MORE 1 CROOKEDNESS I Postmaster Thompson ef the Ha vana Post Office Suspended Au Jlany II HU Others Have fleets Ilnced Under the Clonect Sur elllanee nnd Will He Artruled Litter Jjiivnna airy1 14Cnrydon Rich wns tho man t 1io contented to n knowl edge of many of Ithe tnuisaotloiis Mlifoli IIn tho opinion of lawyers tend to fmpnoato others hoaldcH Neely in tlttnpoet ollloo defalcation Itloh l aodys partner It R tnIber ot bier aiUM enterprises in Cuba and also lHIfl power of attorney for him It will through Rich that 3000 of now 1ttu stamps wore recovered and he has nut boon arrested on account of glvInX lip bRa agreed to give cvldcnco when Nfl lT In arraigned Tho amount of the dnfalcatlon so + far W ill nvoraQ lit present IH ao000 taring this your low niul 00000 dur Ilag ihu yv ISM of tide nmount 3040 has beta rteovuroil 1000 dc pshed In n bank here in Ncolyw aatre IIMS boon uttnnhtHl and 4600 lie had hi his pOMejsrioii wisest arrested A brickyard and n tncao grove the vstile ef wliloh in undecided the property of Xooly lmv++ hoots attnohcd atDJltpsto3 3tall by secret service agontu as the- rraeks of Information furntahwl by guiltytaowlutlgorMtlMMtod that the shortage w1il not be mere titian 100000 Wellington May I2Senstor1- 4doaf Introduced n resolution In the iwrgte on Friday calling for H tlwreugir InvMtlgntJon mid re tart to tho senate7 of tilt moneys rn Inti anti expended In tin Inland of n Mtl In the Unitwl States military atldl AtvtlI nuthoritltw until April 30 ItflOCM George II Burton of the in- atwrtar gdnelaPa department has anr- imer from Havana and lint n con frNOee with war drpartmmtt onldals FpMay afternoon Col Burton Is the nfflorr of the liwpoctor generals do MrtMnt wioI dtteetedl tho postalI fraw da In the Cvbon wrrtoo In non nisHtan wHit ClmrltM P W No it now under rrcwt- IU iM May ILThe extent of Ute MMMal frMMli fat for greater than what WM orifrtM lly expoctml Liaises Ink Ing IIn the postal department tam frauds MWHI to Ivelude tile loop om- et1II at Havana arid various other of rear throughout tho Island and alsos tin pointsMcIuaiv Hmo Of alinUId IMIIIO Hf nlHtiipit that +w l unldNddMtroJccl The result of thw InvmtlgMtton ut t lIMo local port ofllwi IB the MMp+ Mlun ef roHtiHiuiler ThoHifMon who wns ViMcllwl IH April of lard year Ho will j finjrs 1bt ilia o ar- rrstedt anti fitrthor urrot nrv twtjmflt wl s4teft As many ns six other hoe Wvn plncwl ender the oloCJltllunell I krr and they will bo arrested as e oa as their ser+ioon pan be pared At a matter of tAUt If they worn all i clutioncarry 1 tit postal department of HavanaI MCMTS Ileevcs and IteynoldN the iudltam of the postal department are atilt miler arrest at their own rooms In tftnrgc of dttteotlves Special quay toes will however be prepared In saw fortress where nil tilt prisoners eoHUoatrd with tho frauds will be- takut ns soon na ntreiitrd- Mi Sheridan vMlI temporarily fill Mr Thompson place it np ears hat frauds ramified In almost every Mtwtblo direction even tho rented itxev hinting been miide n source of Illegitimate gain- Wnshingtnn May Utrh jmntninH tw goncrtil after a protracted Inter view with tho president announced that Joseph 1U Jlristow fourth assist nut pofitiimnlor general w Ill proceed tv Ilatann next Wednesday to take rbwrge of the postal iifTnlrH of the UlAfld of CIIII Tho poHtmaster gen end decllnetl to any whether Director OvHornl of 1osts Itnthbono would be 8Up ndri1 It Is snit however that the foot that Gen Itrlstow will aKsumo Uo lutlcx does not nccowurUy hull one thnt air Itathbonc Mlll be re llewd of nil connection with the scr ta tb John llrowit Aniilvrmnry I hleago May 15The first ccnton tcnnlnl nnnivorsnry of tilt birth of John Jlrown was celebrated at Itotliol church Monday night nit nddrosH was itallrered bJ W 1C llawn of the Gnmmn Thologleal uemlnary Atlanta On Other uponkors were KxJudge James IJ Ilredwoll cxJuflge Harvey U Hurst of Hmn loll who was at tho head of the society that shipped food and other supplies to the null finery lparty In Kansas stud Mrs John JOIICM who secreted Jlrown In hte house wisest there was a price wrt on his mead y Anivrlcnn 1n lllon Turned Over tfnrls May 13The United States r pavilion on the Hue des Nations was formally handed over to the cxposl tloit nuthorltitH Saturday afternoon Tho ceremony was favored by benu tlftil weather stud attracted n very large ntwemblngn I Kciioiulnnted for CoiiKrex Kausart City Mo May 19At In dependence Saturday lIon Wm S Cowherd of Kansas City was renom lljnted for Ingress by iicqlamatlpn 1 v the dcmpcriiU convcutloh ol the Fifth di lrdl TAYLOR IN INDIANAPOLIS lie tiny Not tie Rack to Kentucky Should the Supremo Court the Contest Affnlnit nevhteI Indianapolis Ind Mny lriW 8 Taylor republican governor of Ken tucky arrived lu this citytin an early morning train Monday morning ott hie way from Washington to Louis ville Will you go back to Kentucky I the decision of tho United Stales su presto court is against 01 ho was askedI hardly think It would le tho proper thing for me to do Oov Toy lot replied Yet now I can not tell what 1 shall do My mind is not yet fully inside up on the question Gov Taylor paid ho believed fliat You tile mail others now accused Would finally bo set at liberty THE DECISION DELAYED An Atillnii on Keiitiivkr Klevlloa- Cnc The Hlllirrnac Court llulliiic Expected Nest Monday Washington May 15It Is stated thnt the supremo court would not hand down a decision Monday In tho Kentucky election nose rite decision Iis now expected next Monday The supreme court Monday nd joumod for n week without nnnouno lug n decision on tho Kentucky goy arnorshlp case- NAVAL APPROPRIATION The Mill rcndlntr Before the Finally Iacd1rurllunM- ade fur Armor Ilatr- WnHhlngtoii slay 15After n dls vuHsIon lasting five fun days tho son ate passed the naval appropriation bill Practically four days wore dc voted to tho consideration of the ar mor plato proposition whtoh was agreed to finally us reported by the committee with the exception that the secretary of the navy lIs author bed to make contracts onlyI for such armor as may bo needed from time to time The secretary of tho navy Iis authorI- zed to f tioure armor of the best quality at M3 per ton but if unable to obtain It ct that prtoo he Is au thorised to pay 516 per ton for the minor for the bllUI ships Maine Ohio and Missouri and proceed to erect an armor factory to cost not to exceed 4000000 onehalf of whloh amount IIs mado Immediately avail able The secretary of the navy is direct eel to purplinso live unhand torpedo boatsl at n prieo not exceeding 170000 each CANT BE MADE FAST ENOUGH A Lnek of NnfHnleitl Engravers tin tip I Iflcrn Million Ilollnri In National Curreyey Washington May 1iOver 1000 tank will have to bo supplied uttitw currency plates as an effect of the currency not of March 14 and i will be four to six months before all eon get their new money engraved There Is now About 15000000 due tho bunks in currency tied up because it non not bo engraved until new platen are made The regular force of engravers at tho bureau of print lug nnd engraving and all the add tonal engravers that Assistant Sec retary Vanderllp has been able to biro are working overtime right along Tho best that the bureau can do lo to furnish filly plates weekly There ty 11 bo no relief as the on grating division is being crowded to Its utmost capacity Engravers cnn not work more than twelve hours n day on account of the light The de partment can not get engravers to leave good Jobs to come hero for work that will take only a comparatively dart time Victim of Lightning unit Woston W Va May 14atsa Re becca n member of the Hacker fam nyof near hood Hope who were struck by lightning Tuesday died on Sunday night In great agony Mm Hacker IH growing worse and there IK now little hope of her recovery Two of the other daughters are suffering much pain and the doctors are anxious about their conditions Miss Rebecca was horribly burned the flesh being cooked from her shoulders down An infant member of the fan fly Is horribly burned and it is now In a spasmodic condition An Old halt 1llcher Tniine Away Jacksonville Fla May 13IillyTaylor at one time the most famous pitcher In baseball circles in this country died hero of a complication of diseases At one time he pitched for the famous Athletics and also for Philadelphia and other leading clubs Ho was conch for time first American team that visited Europe and Cuba Free Home lUll 1nnncd Washington May 15Tune senate passed the free homos bill without a word of debate A bill providing for the appointment of n collector of customs for the customs district of Hawaii at a salary of 4000 n year anti for such deputies as may be nec essary was paused llrcyfus In Iarli Paris May 15Capt Alfred Drey fun has arrived with hula wife in Pariu The government is much worried by llis journey which was quite unlook edfor und will take measures to have him leave us soon as possible owing to its fear of demonstrations- Itenonluated for Coiierenn Chicago May UTnmlt4 R Mann was rcnomlnated Monday to represent the First republican congression al district and David W Mills was ifomlnatrd to represent the 36urtb districtI IN NORTHERN NATAL Gen Bullers Force Meets With Sra cess Near Biggarsberg A Preelamatlun Will Ha FablUhed Title Week Anaezlaar the Free Ijj Mafet J klnic Expected London May UA dispatch from Plctermarltzburg Natal tinted 1205J p m Monday brings the first IntlJ station of a success attained by Gen Iluller In northern Natal The uendcj of this dispatch evidently assume s that news of the affair lists been rc cubed direct from the seem of hOIl tllltles for he merely ways Get Hullers olllolnl telegram notifying his nIICeess nt the JIIggnrliherg rccelyed- Iwrt nn hour ago hlltl given keen sat Ihfnotlon It Is confidently antict Anted that Dundee will be occupied by the JJritiidi Monday The residents of tho north country arc delightedt as forcing tho llIggnrberg mean that they will bo speedily enabled t Jj return to their homes At the same time n dispatch fromij Capo Town dated Monday says if proclamation will IKJ published thhjjj week annexing the Frro State It I ialso sold that Gen Itothn the coi- lmllnllerInchlet p or the hoer fores threatens to resign if any prepara lions urn nude for the wanton dc btruotlon of property Ij eLondon May 1GGon Duller turning of the illggurttburg posltl 1- wMs effected by a bold moremep t The Doers laid evacuated llolpmakaar hilt wore making n stand Monday bvcnlng at liloxkoplaagtc rcvcn mile trout Dundee The corps on the spot regarded this ns n rear guard action Intended to cover the retreat of the army At the salute time Gen Hild yurd took Indoba and It Is reported ordiiGell ing his full strength is expected 1a r push on His first marches were pO J1 mites in three days He is thus break lug into British territory which IgdI ben administered for six mouths 3ji r the Transvnalers us through it w part of tho republic they hold ig court and levying taxes Ills IIlIcelI tliorcforn lens political as well as n INI I f Itur consequences While Lord Roberts infantry in conoontrBtlng at Kroonstad whre they will rest for a Hay or two iii i homomen have penetrated 18 mllef northward In the squadron whloii cut the railway 15 miles beyond Kroonhtad wait the American scanty Frederick Uurnhnni Two hundred rlCfjllnglcvice linen kurrendored to the lJriti y1 and taken the oath of allegiance J According tOR c1UIJl1lch rl hut VJlIiiJ HJM aDn- tinted Thursday iy jo t ohState volksmad demanded 1 sate for peace an further revistaiice ldt suicidal and proposed to make Presii dent Steyn a prisoner Nothing definite has bees heard about the expected relief of Mafeking The Cape Town correspondents con ante to wire that relief Is imminent L Inquirers at the war ofllco are toldI that the news of the relief will be made public immediately on its re ceiptThe latest supposition concerning IIJ1hrahlllgi j III Vaal with n force Builiclqnl in coop oration with Lord Roberts to ren hoer defense of time Vaal frontier hue practicable East of Dlocmfonteln Gen Handle la advancing toward Ladyhrand JIb troops and those of Gen Itrabnnt are stretched over a distance of 30 miles Tim Boors are described as quite dis organized ouch OH retreating north wart President Steyns tieutenan I are trying to rally them I The same stories of disintegration crone from nearly every point where thy English correspondents are rIHollawcll formerly a correspondent I at Mafeking who will put over tboI Transvaal border telegraphing Lorenzo Marques says Judgingr from talks I hurt had with tho 1I0ersJ the end of the war will roino In aI month or six weeks Mr stclnkamp chairman of the second road who traveled with me said that if tho burghers wore pressed from PretoriaI I they would retire to the district of the Lydcnburg mountains which hUll already boon provisioned He remarked that he hoped till burghersI I would stand tine but he feared they were too broken in Hplrlt j Ml nmlaril Oil Kmiiloyen Strikejj Houghton Mich Mae l FhcIhundred miners trammer nnd tim bormen at the Arcadian mine eon trolled by tho Standard Oil people wont on n strike for n 15 JUT cent od t vrnce The striking trammers at Quiucy were joined by 30i machinists crrpcntorn trod other surface 1I1tnII who demand n 10 per cent Increase i J wages About i500 men or approxi I Matcly onequarter of the total min Injr fore of the district arc now IdlcII Anhnntl Mtrtvlnir for Independence Acorn Gold Coast MtT 12 Serious reports arc current that tho Ashantia J are determined to thro oft the llrit Ish yoke that they hav scoured tho II nooperation of night other tribes and that they are now able to raise 60000 warriors I Pntnlno Iteporti CoiiHrmed London May 12ln the house of ommons the secretary of state for India Lori George hl milton con I 3rmcd tho= reSorts heretofore edvelt I of the xccsslVc famine in India nail the mof tnll thercfroiB v1 X A I j JEFFRIES STILL CHAMPION I IIe Corbett Knocked Out la the i TrrentrThlrd Hound nt the Seaald Athletic Club 11JimJMriaI plOQ nuglllst of the world He defeat cd Jim Corbett In the 23d round of clubnitbafinishInstarthutInj a wonderful battle Ibis defense was absolutely perfect and while he unt lacking In strength ho had moret- hall held his own and stood an excel ln1 hacJItbeenwbalky punlslted and had managed todmark his man serlrelynThe winning punch was a short JelttlJolf to the jaw Corbelt dropped 110Ca weight coil was clear oi TcfTrles- JIlowod oblllty to take u punching ot slit distance and hVIIIh made to look like u novice The si crowd which numbered fully 8000 with Corhett cad his defeat tell Upon n shoat crowd there were 0lttftll given him when ho revived andIIjEft Jho ring and was generally Slwfi more consideration than the tirtor II- jj Corbett is still a factor In the pugi t sale sane Ue has regained much of ijiN qldtlme tonne The bottle was jj- IIfiII frovd was most onlerlycj DECLARES FOR EXPANSION i SplatJ c iThe Open Door lit China tlfarlostou S C May 12 I lasting of tho southern cotton 81lnr vat which is being held here is onoBi of the most important meetings of JMule manufacturers ever held in thet Muth At the first meeting J II Mc Men was reelected president nnd1 eorgc K Ileiss secretary and trcas rer Specialcars brought into town me Importantddress In which he declared for cxnan reIlon He said wo must hold tho Phil rippincj as on outlet for our great increased production There shouldI Uo ho said be a vigorous policy iinI favor of tho open door in China WITHOUT ALCOHOL 4IcntI 1111 lie Trntel In R Not linl In IloHton With NonII Svicoholle lIedlclneII I lbston IU J2UoRton Is to 1lneI near future nonahfiOVc hospital In the Mrs 11 s Moribl talked Before ii- laiachntetta o Top Abstinence So lcty 011 ttai ofn tcmpeLpn itbilln1Jor 11j1 repntientsa MreWted wmioutttCoholic medicines Letters were rrja from Senator Lodge and eongrMHtt4on Gillett and Roberts it fs JlrollOJ M that the plan of treat ntr ante is without alcohol be tries re tthe Deaconesses Methodist ospl al und at tho Baptist Hospital ii Iir oklyn It was thought thlltII work ould be started in time denom I mtlon il institutions and later the I empc ance hospttal wIV become pas able I Unwelcome Japanese I Victoria U C May 1TJlere orett Vcr 400 more of the unwelcome Jn I I quaIn I 00 arc nearly all for tho UnitedI1 I rtates but only 200 will be carried I hrough direct A largo number o tstdt the Japanese are weavers coming un der a contract made with them by a lapancso firm In New York Arc they fngaged to work 5n some New Erg and mills 1 itteonte of a oiiKStnndliiR QUArrel I isPine Bluff Ark May 12T S Catcs shot and probably fatally 1 bundcd Dr J 0 Cook on East Bar eque street Samuel Flies n by I Candor received n wound in the leg I from Estes revolver Estcs fired six hots three of them taking effect fin mnoka body Time shooting is the reff suit of dBatesI prominent Memphis tacit He was ar tested and refused ballIShip Abandoned nt Sen T1 London May 12The Norwegian tt- I ship Superb Capt Hamcr from llio Janeiro February 17 for Middles borough England was abandoned dismasted on April 27 in latitude 33 north longitude 32 west Her ereII were rescued ny he British bark Selljj farer Capt Farmer from San Fran J clsico January 12 for Hull and trnnsII erred by her to the tug Occann which has landed them at Portland 1To lie Clue l of Honor Washington May 12 Survivors ofr fhbt first republican national convcn Hop are to be guests of honor in Phil aitijlphia next month Invitations AtillI a bq sent to them next Monday Onlyr ISBurvive of all those assembledI I nC to cmunciato new principles and to bring into existence n now pllrtycy hank President Suicides Tpdinbuigh Scotland May lU II Norle manager of tho Union bank of I Scotland was found dead Fridayl morning at ids residence His heatt nnmi half blown away by n qua Apparently I ho committed suicide Ills notion in attributed to the fart thnt tt- he had been suffering from influent Twelve IlulldlnK Turned Tecumseh Okla May llro Fri I day destroyed twelve buildings In- cltttlIng I If fiye stores offices anti meshI denies The loss amounts to 30000 I ifb 4000 IGiurance 3 sJ f r rfMK1f Hf MMfM + irFti4a i STATE NEWS PICKUPS l j 4 S JIM HOWARD IN JAIL j lie Mara That He Can Trove That lie Had N Connection Wltk the ABa lnatlon Frankfort Ky May 11Jim How ard the leudlst who was named by Culton and other witnesses as the man who probably lived tie shot hich killed William Goebel surren I at the jail here Wednesday He arrived here at 020 in cus I of SheriffI Bcv White Of Clay and John G White of Win chester I Sheriff White says that Howard told im when his nome was first men tloncd In connection with the assasl nation that ho was innocent and would surrender whenever he was wanted Mr White said I received the warrant for ltownrd8 arrest scv ij days ago but at the time I yens busy I knew Jim would not run off j As KOOU nK I got time I served tIle i warrant of arrest on him This was I on the 7th inst Ho come without n I word Howard said I never was Inside the state house square in my until the afternoon following the nllslllntlon of Gocbel I am inno I and can prove by testimony which will not be doubted that I was not at tho state house when Mr Goc bel was killed The reward commission in charge of the board for apprehension of the assassin hold n meeting but did noth tice A member of the commission that all of the expenses of that body up to date does not aggregate 2500 Frankfort Ky May 11 Sheriff White who arrested Feudist Jim Howard who is charged with having shot William Goebel declined to ac thenGoebel brothers for the arrest of Inward Mlddlesbbro Ky May 114lerry Howard will surrender to Sheriff Broughton in n few days and go to Frankfort He says he hind no con nection whatever with the alleged Gocbcl conspiracy Wnn n Winner Again Louisville Ky May 12Just- r a week ago Lieutenant Gibson galloped home an easy winner of the Kentucky Derby and his share of time stake wasI tfOOO He made Owner C H Smith of Chicago 3500 richer by winning for him the Clark stakes nt one and oneeighth mullet lie land to Carr 127 pnuowlsn lot of weight for 3yearold this early in the season taeroI more creditable in that ho equaled the track record for the distance 154 flat which has been held by PearlI Jennings 4 years old with 76 pounds up since 1S83 Iteleniied on llcoUlmmn Pardon Frankfort Ky May J4101m Du pan serving 21 years charged withI the murder of County Judge John C Colson at Middlcsboro tour years ago was released from the penitentiary onII a pardon signed by Bcckham always professed innocence Ho main mined that the shooting was done by Colrbrethcr exCongressman David Col won nnd at the time of his dry h was county judge of Bell county lingua left for Nashville where he will re Hold In Cave County Danville Ky May 13Conshlcrublr- xettoment hits been caused in the vi chilly of Hush Branch Casey county by tho discovery of what IR believed to be a gold mine of considerable value on the stud of James Adams Tho government expert at Charlottes vllle N C has essayed the ore and returned n most promising assay report Collier and Hnllard- Nieholasville Ky May HThe re publicans of the Eighth congressional held an entliiudastic conceit then here and elected then Dan und Thomas Ballard delegates ColIIlrI1 national republican convention anti C Wood district elector llesolu lions were adopted Indorsing the state and national administrations IMillpot Hum AnincU Richmond Ky May 13 Samuel Pllllpot tho Clay county feudist in jail hero for auto keeping badly used up John Bradley of Lexington n tel low prisoner Bradley wade some un complimentary remark about Clay county Phllpot beat hIm with the leg of a table rlImUlllen to Oen Clark Paducnh Ky May ISThe naught ers of tin American Revolution have scheme on foot to erect a moat nt some public pnco In the city In memory of nell George Rogers I lark n revolutionary hero who once theje1t3thej bocce was struck by lightning nnd totally destroyed by fire Many houses bonus and lances were tiara aged nnd theta Is considerable Injury to crops duo to the storms Changed the IMnce Puri Ky stay 12 On account of tho smallpox snare in this city the fifth annual council of the Lexington jloccse of the Episcopal church Ilion been changed to Lexington The tintsl May 30 remajus unchanged RELEASED BUT WANTED The Hanplclona Character Leave I Lexington Jmit In Time to Prevent Being Arrextcd Again Lexington Ky May 10J P WH bert of San Francisco arrested while attempting to pawn 9000 worth of diamonds on suspicion of being want releasedby description to largo cities taut re celving no reply WHbert was rtklecd lie Immediately left tho city I IArter Wilbcrt had left LexingtontChief of Detectives L P Colleran Of Chicago wired for a description 61 the man and goods having seen n tel ogram in morning papers Time dc Hcriplionx naked for wcro wired by J Chief of Police Ross Colleran wired bock at once to hold Wllbert until a i Chicago officer could come to Lcxlng Wilberti i rearreRtI a mood robbery Collcrans tecx grams are taken by local officers jta f indicate that the Chicago officers bo here from the description that Wi7 i bert is the guilty party Wilbert hud gone when the telegram reached here FEMALE PRISONER SHOTiShe With Others Wn TryIn tti I Kfienjte From the Workhouse i5 At Owenithoro Ky Owcnsboro Ky May HCora Yc welt colored female prisoner was shot anti mortally wounded by Workhouse Keeper Julius Mount Mount was taking the femalc rlsoncra their dinner when they made a rush to es cape The Yewelt woman struck I + Mount over the head with a stovelegcand then knocked him down with it j quart bottle filled with oil of nutriaII fras Tho oil got in Mounts eyes and nicest blinded him causing him the j most intense pain i Before he could get up another rush t + was made on him and he tired Thoii ball struck Corn Yewelt in the fora head fatally injuring her Mountsyinjuries are severe but not dangerous Commercial Formed Somerset Ky May HThe busU ness men met and organized n gain menial club Geo W Wait presidenttof the Somerset Banking Co Was t c 3 lected as chairman of the meeting and i I F J Campbell ns secretary Wednes utiny a permanent organization will lie i effected Several largo concerns are correspondence with 1c citizens awlbadewof1ocrl1nJtJi rD tnntott 0 capitalists have looked over the ground and will build a street car line hero as soon ns they can got n fran chine from the city The Cincinnati Southern road has contracted for a largo freight house here Three Irlnonera liaeape ILuncallter Ky May 12Three prism oners confined in tho county jail succeeded in making their escape witli saws They cut two bars of the cell which let them into the main hail thence Into time womans department out of which they gained their liber ty They arc Allen Preston white RobertaCarrier white horse stealing and Walter Simpson stealing coal Jailer Ross is in search of tho fugitives Military Company Indicted Eminence Ky May 14 Garne tt i Kipley and ell the members of his mil theeInstance of W S TuylssF the past win tcr were indicted by tne Henry county grand jury fob raising an armed force In violation of the form of the law New Telephone line Wllliamstown Ky May 13TIIWilllamptown und Owenton Telephone Co has Incorporated with a capital stock of 25000 The line la being run to Falmouth Gardnersville Crittenden Mt Zion Verona and Warsaw and will probably be run to Burlington 1Irlll Oil Shipment Louisa Ivy May H11m first 100 barrels of oil ever marketed from the i Big Sandy foul Is being shipped frblii this place It is a very high quality of lubricating oil and cornea from tho Kentucky Union Oil Cos well at Elaine May Try Youtney First Frankfort Ky May ItIt IK said hore that the attorneys for the prose cutlon have decided to elect t6 try the indictment against Yontsey first among the cases taken to Scott coun ty on a change of venue and set for trial there July 5 Heady for the Silver Louisville Ky May 13cnpt Ches ter of tutu battle ship Kentucky has written to the board of trade that time battle slip will be ready to receive its silver service front tho people of Ken tacky on June 0 The MoniunvntiPnnd In Grant Villinnhstovq KyMay 11the Goebel monument fund which Is be iIi Ing raised by time women of Grant county humus reached nearly 100 and It Is thought It will exceed that amount before the subscription books close School Honda Sold Hopkinsvlllc Ky May 10 The trustees of the Pembroke graded school have floated heir now school bonds amounting to 7500 They were taken by the Pembroke Deposit bank v 3 I1r1T I J k 4 THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY MAY 18 1900 I = i j IT looks like the Scnato docs not In r tend to pass tho Nicaraguan Canal bill i this session ttttlit those States where the elective franchise has been extended to women campaign orators never refer to the plain people tittt IT Is believed in Washington that Con Frees will be adjourned not later than 1 I the middle of Junetttt rencouragerI d in a practical manner Married coti K plea are entitled to travel on railways I fareIttttDEWEY now believes it better polio to tiny that he does not want tho nomination t for the presidency and seems scott at the idea of being second o- nt pttcketa ttttBXGOVERNOH JA8 B MCCREAKY Of Richmond is being urged by his friends to announce for that office again but- t1 t reports say ho has no aspirations to honoredntttt 1 1FORan Advance Agent of Prosperity President McKinley seouw to hay r rcrowdedan unconscionable number of big and bothersome strikes into the last year of his term ttttTHE Republican delegates to the state I from Hickman county were I 11 11convention both the colored and the I t Iwhiteraces ns jcas also the county corn- mitteesays I the ewsII tttt t THE Tennessee Democrats renominat 1 1edMcMillln for Governor It is saidI that he fulfilled every promise made is+ his first campaign and that he u really stronger than his party f tttiTIlE Educational Association of the l First and Second congressional districts I will hold their spring sessions together at Marion May 25 and 26 This will be- n notable gathering of the teachers of the two districts I ttttIto the Unit ed States continues to rise and in thet lnst quarter of 1899 the number ot nr I 1 rivals at the port of New York was 74892 which is 23012 more than in the quarter of 1899 f a IfcOtTeSpondlng HittDemocrat 11318IThe the Goebel assassination cases has been greatly strengthened by the addition of Col Sam Grassland of Mayfield Mr Crossland is one of the most vigorous prosecutors in tho State a t tt ttlRICHARD YATES son of Dick Yates the famous war governor of Illinois has been nominated for Governor by tho Illinois Republicans He is but 89 yeas of age and is at present collector of Internal Revenue in the Springfield j q dtstrfctqi ttttGUICAQO has been figuring on quest tiona of comparative finance and hnsa discovered that she derives more income t from dog licenses than she docs fromt her street railways Yet her streets are made dangerou and hideous by the it t long trains of cars that run through them ttttONE of tho biggest delegations at the Democratic National Convention will1 be that of Tammany Hall Tho l from Manhattan are to go in several specially chartered trains They will turn out in unusual numbers despiteI the long distance which they must travel One reason for this Is that the New York state Convention hasI been this year slated for Now Yor j City which saved the Tammany Tic gers much expense The Tammany statesman is at all times a picturesqueI individual but when ho arrays himselft I fhimI jff- J he is truly an impressive personage t J ttttLii- SENATORELECT BLACKBURV sizes up the political outlook thusly In my 11t7ongrestonal experience ot twontyfIVfi years I havo never known gi I t in tho control of either party that madoI j as many blunders If we cant wipelj out the Republicans in November ony i tho blunders made thus for by the Fit I r tysixth Congress wo ought to get out oft lff- r the business They havo made up the 1 r issue of imperialism militarism andI 1 1 1zsot1y to our liking Indeed iift I I they had delibaratoly started in to make a good job of it for us theY could not a have dono better Haying these fact t j in mind I fool certain that tho Repub otf r i whenij j r I Itkoycan breathe easy again so far Congress is concerned For this reason 1 n I do not believe any effort will bo made k j I throughIj 1 1mOte troable unless they have gone 1 r hayoti J t tt- a J c I of X i 7 u 0J 1 idc O rz- y 1 LOCAL NEWS S3T Watches repaired at Bucks gun Tho season for picnics and outdoo entertainments is at hand Service at the Christian Church Sunday morning Everybody invited Union City will have an old time fiddlers contest on the 31st of thi month Were it not for tho weather lots of people wouldnt hnvo anything to kit about rauFnriiiere call with your product at MTE SHAWS Big Store A number of Hiakman boys luft on Sunday for Columbus to pick utraw berries Tho prevailing pried of ttrawborria on the local market lIs throe boxo for is quarter The Shaw Boyt baseball town dud tasted tho Fulton team loaf1 Saturday bj n score oa 21 to J J T Smith foreman of n L C roll road crow committed snicido nt Pndn cah Junction Saturday UhugtyCoITlUStmeabytownha demoralizing society or tobacco Tho court of appeals has decided that tho wholesale beer dealers atVay field are violating the local option Inw There is a flower for ovory frow n LHoopratH nt day but bright tho coming mor row POTATO SLIlS For snip bv WALKRkoThe ladies of Martin Tonn to tM number of 76 met and passed resolu tions condemning the tomato bmseball players Tho OQvomment Supervising In spector has issued a rule barring nil trav sloes and outsiders from pilot houses on steam bouts Crop prospects are Indeed flattering at tho present time Wheat is heading nicely and in n few weeks will be ready for the reaper Childrens day will bo observed at Antioch on Saturday before the fourth Sunday in this month Dinner will be tn tho ground lti New stlle flats for Ulc Well worth 76c Furnishing goods depart ment RICE d NAVLOR Rev Hanson Brower has been elected president of Marvin College at Olin ton Ho has been president of the Col logo at Athens Gn tho past four years Eld N B Uardoman of Georgia Robertson Christian College will till hL regular appointment at Alt Hermon next Sunday at II a m and atnight All are cordially invited What about the public watering that were promised the public And what about that public fountain that was generously donated by one of our leading citizens Old Folks Singing Day will bo ob at Mt Olive church Oblon coun y on the second Sunday in June All the aged people for miles around are ex pected to be present on that occasion SheepOhlckensmost anything you have to poll T A LKOFOKD In fixing the plan of Episcopal visi for 1900 the College of Methodist Bishops appointed Har grove to preside over theMamohts Conference which meets at Martin in November The blackberry crop has never been althoughItbut this is one of its good years The bushes Wok like snow balls so thickly are they crowded with blossoms and housekeepers may count on n big supply fair prices Franklin was sated for his dote ob servation and wise sayings Hero Is one that Is as true now as when he uttered When you pay more tor the rent of your business house than for the adver pnnmlug news let it be known Blessed is tho man who mogpifieth tho advantages of his own town and eaaGtndeth by it with loyal deed when others speak of it continually for upon goodIkicker and the man with no public spirit will ho bunched with the mules and goats and shipped to tho land whore they dont shovel snow OofTeko you try ua Boston Coffee Sold by II Buch anan Tho Troy NewsBanner says that Mr George Grooms of Obion county has n that was foaled in 1801 and served the civil war two years Tho mulo is cars old and did all the plowing in the garden last spring and was ued In breaking up wheat land last fall There talk of transporting tho aged mulo to Louisville as ono of tho sights of tho great Confederate reunion Seldom bus there been better advice or the conduct of tho human family downIin ninocomprchonsivoantithcscs Drink less breathe more cat less chow more rido loss walk more clothe less bathe more worry less work moro waste loss tnlktPreaticebetter health further popularity and greater success Carnthersville Mo Democrat In letter to The Democrat while on his gaveleislows I have seen a good deal of tho world but I dout know that I havo ever been struck with any natural ofJdadtioMixaistsippf below and the town built upon the hill sldo and on top of itIt is certainly un ique beautiful and striking As I tried dC8irerYou may from that understand that I got awfully struck on Hickman t 111 tr The RIghti n a1 n 1 1 ft ONLY WAY in TIm our Stone wishes disappoint you is in you just a little JJJhln of everything you are led to ox i 11WOthat its tho LEADING conr bostrccult vs aim 1the ir JrIl j1 t Early l1 k 1 d- jj Spring SpGGtms 1 Elegant Bed Lbiiigos1 1 ifl i ifi YOITVE HArajfllE fljilMS IN MlNDyoar Spring honBoafaailir WS only intensified their uued r YOU KNKW you Qou1 IMir thaw at wale reasonable fn thgywouldlongsinceJ vIt Isnt Tot late Now Its reallyI nti excellent i am for their purahaita Just a little than 1 ourbusinessri fUI D we vtJRGOODSiu Western r Kontnokfr lI STSPHENS SMITH iho A1 VO IiTreor enli ser 3 r Used to WorrYfBooduso his advortiotetnents in the local ptpcra t1idnt seem to attract attcntioa didnt draw n orowd to his store and help bm to toll goods I NOW HE DONT WORRY Why Because ho has found that ho can get fifty first rote nds chuck full of suggestions tho host that are ap oaring in his lino in newapapess the country ovor for a dollar and that with heir help it is mere play to ar range ails which fill the bill to nT You can do the Hmo All linos Send dollar to AD SUPPLY BUREAU 8 Devonshire St Room 21 BOSTON MASS h A New SlbenII Tit MONROE DOCTRINES FATE With tho abolition of the practice of condemning criminals and political of fenders to exile in Siberia now decided upon by tho Czar and provided for by bill Introduced in the Russian Council g civilization will take a long stride forward in a Government that needs to gotI abreast of the worlds progress toward1 better things Tho reform thus begun LI the mostt notable in Russia since tho freeing oft the sorts Far trom increasing tho dif flonlties of Nicolas rule it should do crease those difficulties and greatly soften tho temper of tho Russian peo pIe Nihilism and tho revolutionary tlotdlsconregetlt I exile visited upou tho heads of suspects or convicted surelyI govenlhisthnuthoseI olulllUonsboInstituted oitst I a Will false Tobacco Catlotteburg Independent It is retried that a Pike manrecontlyto send him c Ihlatterthere t13 Such adurnud big tarufon torbnooorI havo excluded to raise my own I hoHove mo and the IcanI got that yo- ubutyoahaln can send attlonxO t I A I The Secretary of War Mr Hoot do olarca his remarks We must abandon tho Jloaroo doctrine or fight for It- S were purely academic It and directed at no particular European power still there in a growing belief that tho doe trine most soon bo testedI and that tho tendencies of tho nations of Europe to expand cannot long prevent ono of them Germany most likoly from extend ring its sovereignty to American soili Sonth America being tho land toward which the oyet of tho European Chan colloraaro now said to bo turned Tho London press moro sensitive to tho import of international questions than our own has commented liberally pu Secretary Hoots speech and its con otnslous nro thcro Is more than a likeli hood that tho United States will bo call c4 on before many years to say diilnito ly what it means to do with tho much discussed doctrine A VTomRnu Artful Peril There Lt only ouo chance to save your life and that Is through nu oper ation were tho startling words heard by Mrs L n hunt of Limo Ridge Wis from her doctor uft r 1hu hail vain Iv tried to euro her of n frightful case ot stout itch trouble and yellow jaundice Mill Stones had formed and she constantly fleW worse Then she began to uso lleetrio Bitters which wholly caret her lts n wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss ofAppontoApponto Try It Only liOe Guar druggistsa i ilIottcFt IlMco OH Garth I IWhnt Is bollovcd to be tho hottest ro I gion in tho world la that part of tho KaHlorn nhoru of tho Persian Gulf which Iis named after the Dahrqin Islands that lie near it On the Bahrein Island Prop IIIer which is tho largest of tho group the thcrmomctor never falls below 100 do greed day or night and often rUofl ai Onlyti atIttimes because tho fierceness of tho tom r poraturo varies so little and gives thorn It hardly n nspito to To add to tho decided discomforts of c tho region tho const U PO dry that her 10c0rrf theInteriort rled for any dlstimco in such heat its this r bo noIfreshbutf ht a r l bydivingAH KjilJemlc of Whooping Cough i l Lost winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my childrpii contract MI tho dit spoils gYeforlJroulJtime and found it relieved the cough RCurronoNorwoodNorwoodsale hy OoWHIll Utc1uIII1n nUll A 9l ShAw StateLiner druggist 300 Urovo 2GO fJJOwgUt ftaralD cugg 1JS HEADQUARTERS FUN CIIIIJIJffONICS COUGU SVIIUPS ANn i TOWIF MTlCM8rS PItESO RIP1IONS Carefully Compounded 4 IJi1 T l j BreadIS TILE Mores STAFF OP LIFE I t GOOD FRESH BREADS 00 TO THE Jew + 6lg + BaKery E f Bread Calces and Pies Baked Daily 1 J lr1CA1gUAIYIIe1tH V011 lff jft Tropical and Domestic Fruils Fine Chocolates c 1 Tobaccof1 i iiIs i iI and nil the tat ICE at Unuks CREAM wrved from SODAjjI I g I7lte JTicet WE cwt h9U I r Jfaj+ + + f Uajestle J JiJ 000felsg Basges The Best in the World Yen HHHB Maku a MUtuk- cla Buying Qpe of these Ranges Ono of its Strongest Tolnts is Ita ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL III UnuteaBoylng Call ami KxamlHe Them YHHIl IlMy Hra Otlierjf R Bo awe w Aa HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Old Bourbon I Morintaln It E r ICMTAIILIMIIICD IHI1J TOM DILLON ST ro rii I b eaetn or co n C Rpar iKJ Marble and Granite Monuments1 I oUR 8TNG I STONE WORK of all Kinds I IRON FENCING tc c Hiokxnan Ky W B WEBSTER DEALER IN ITIiVII KENTUCKY AND TINNISSlm WIIISKWS HOLE AGENT FOE Peabody Club 8400 Gold Co300Lincoln I I 200I I nSPEOIAL OF PERvDl fquarts i RYEWUISKEYPREPAIDIdloatc contents When yoU receive lt sacint It eatlera 300moat TIJ8Ito a trillWy t Oitt Tenn i 0 ii t iI I t T p r iri- j r7 L i- sr ttallreiul Tire Table Nf 0 St L R K- LEAVKSi To AIHUVFH- Tr lo No U tt 9iJO t I Train No62 71S a m Train Nosl2Obp mlI Train No 4 SiUI pm Local and Personal 1ST leo Soda tree nt Bucks Miss Walker Evans In visiting in Jackson Toni spentSundayMm Mary Lultroll Is visiting rein tin In Corydon JywMrs Mott Ayers was down lromII Fulton Wednesday Editor Mott Aycra of the Fulton nlLtJnc1erOf Crushed Fruit at Bucks Mr Tom Brooke of Fulton was in town Tuesday and Welln datIChart Meier wife and child of New Madrid were in town this weekWMtatSuo Ingram from Oak CItonair High grade Collars for 100 Nono better at io Rice NAYIXW Mr W C Spit of Sandoval III visited J Mt Henderson last week tel Mr and Mrs C E Eakor visited relatives at Crystal Tenn SundaytI boyhauc1 Mwwr C J Worth and W D Tow till of Moscow wore in the city Monday HL d to T A LEOFOUD8 for Lime to do your white wanning Just receiv on ed a fresh oar Mr and Mrs Clint Taylor of St Louta are visiting relatives In tho city this week Mr and Mm J W Jaoksou of Qlluton visited Mrs J M Heudcnon last week Mr OtU JIlOUca and slater MissI II Carrie visited MUsTlagglo lloudcnou IlUt eektp To those who have never triedt1 Qhufo A Cotfecft emU at II liuahanun for free MmlloIMr IL W Jackson und brother ofr Clinton visited MLM Mnuglo llenlex mm last week Mr and Mn Lawrence Parks MiRa Nona Parka und Ororton Park left Sunday for St Louis Judge Henry Rornlqy is to deliver the commencement addroM at College thin year I Hf EJOH touted free at Bucks with a 1 Prescription v Mayor Thomas Dillou loft Sunday night to attend a convention of tho Catliolio KulghU and Lndic of Arne rt ca in Chicago Mr Sorry Johnson of Ih6 Cuyco no1lhborhoodono of the olovorwt men i In wo Slate was n pleasant oallrr nt tho Courier ofllco Wodnwkltiy YtYk1 Archer UQ gner U alwcnt th EpllcopnlCounoil no service nt tho KpLtcopil Church next Sunday Mayor Dillon nnd wife arc in ChiI cage thin week Mr Dillon being a re o rvtieuUUIvo to the Supremo Lodge of t catholic Knights and Ladles of Ameri flit I otTer a lot of Mluca and Chi drew Slipper at 60o to oloeo out 420U II O AMIIKIU Fon Collins Mayor Full It a- Chowning f J T Blythe Win Carr W P Taylor Mike Taylor and many othcro of Fulton were attending court this week ROY C L Prico rector of tho Epis copal church Fulton has received n canto I tho ohuroh of the Holy Trinity Nash villa Tenn and has the same under coni Hldoratlon FOR SALE Tho complete works of Thos Dick L L DAJlply nt this lice for information Mm Mary Mott IJwell Mw Ali- L ee Murphy Mrs Hold Murphy Mrs R Cook Mrs Lilllo Adams of Fulton we I J witnesses in the Dunlap Murphy w vase thin weak I Mrs A V Cauger who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jos O Wears for several weeks returned w her homo at Granlto City III Sunday accompanied by her suitor Miss Ed Wearn MTif you want a first class hair out or shave call on MINE ROHHINS at thoJ Two Barber Shop Robt Wcatherly who U now in ti t Philippine Islands doing service for Uncle Sam writes home that ho is wand 11I Is well pleased with that count Ho expects to return homo some tin next year Judge D G Park Tom Shelbourn and Ed Thomas wore the lawyers re- seating ro the Executor and Judge Itob ortBon nnd Gus Thomas lawyers at tempting to set asido the will of tho lato Dunlup Murphy Mr It W Buck who was adjudged Insane and sent to the Asylum at lie kinsvlllo last week wo learn has somewhat improved Ills condition is thought to bo amenable to treatment nnd ffAmany friends havo bopo of his ultiml nnd permanent restoration IQu All sizes Screen Doors on handU at H C AMBEnaB Tho young people of Hicknmu woro M given an entertainment on last Friday evening at the residence of Mr Mm JII Pickott in honor of bf Mabol Olaywoll and Suo Ingram were royally entertained by tho hostess mnd delicious refreshments wero served ont ton oclock Brick for Sale In any quantity II N CowaiLL Raymond Paschal proprietor of tho FultonGuard made an assignment Sat urday last Mr Meadows being the us aignoo The lInbllltlos are said to- Ii bo from 81200 to 81600 and tho assn st Q printing outfit Tho Courier Is sincerei ly sorry to ace our young friend In bad luck and trust hlaeinbarassmont 19 only temporary a- r A FEW BUNTS IUckiHaHlles Who Expect to Attend I thu Paris Expositioa Dont tulle much baggage Dont go without your wife Dont cable homo fAr money Dont go near American bars Dont go about in bicycle clothes Dont try to got American drinks Dont try to do tho exposition in 11 day Dont hire ono of the guides in the streetsIDont be afraid to ask questions any I where Dont tako counterfeit money fromII Dont go around to shops with an In 1 InterpreterDont Into public conveyance that I re lullIDont bo afraid of personally conducted tours Dont expect to get things cheap at exposition Dont stay nil tho time in tho hotel ou sleep Dont givo n largo 1bill to u waiter in a- rowded restaurant Dont bo iwliutned to study Baedeker and oilier guide books Dont revile because things are not just ta they aro nt homo Dont imagine that every foreign ho keeper is trying to rob you Dont venturo into a fashionable res unless you have lots of money Dont give excessive tips and dont try to ovoid thorn altogether 10 YOU WANT A BICYCLE t- Wo cnn give yon a few pointers on Wheels Sea tho low prices wo make tho Wheels uow in stock- Wiusoss nOOK STORK t IIIckihaH Lady Jets Hue Klbbai Not long ago In tho present past thrrootourrnostpromincntlywdiknowellowladies n train for a pleasure trip One ofr the party being a little addicted to was making strenuous effort nurprUo the others by being there an hourahcadof time that achieve moot havimj never been known to occur in her past Rirccr WcllflhoBucceedcd Having deposited her lolcxcopo by tlt wayuldo expecting an unmentionable 4 gallant young man to see that it reach ed Its destination wild young man how ever failed to do so Our genial nc uommodating ngont was nevertheless 1etlun to the emorgancy and promptly put on tho brakes nnd held tho train belDg fully alive M to tho peculiar value of 1111 cargo In tho mean time a gen emus young gent wishing to reward said lady hoping thereby to induce her to do m again rushed frantically to one- Sthe stores and purchased several of handsomo blue ribbon with which ho adorned her umbrella silo taking it to Memphis and back ta her treasure Some ono remarked that she was tru1 glad for her to get tho bluo ribbon on c in her life Wo apprehend sho may nev- Is or bo on time again until sho is dulyly assembled to lead tho procession In the silent caravan that leads to the pale realms of shade whore the dear agent cannot come to her rescue Jfltsou wont hobtylo ItO1t and especially Quality iu MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES it will pay you to see our lines HIOEXAYLOR Cash Shoo Store James T Moore Aw old and highly esteemed cltl izen died 4fondar morning of pnca- monta aged 03 years Mr Moore was n former and for many years engaged In tho flflh business Ito was genial kind hearted and generally liked by nl11 afwho know him yWhile In T0wii Can In at E E Reeves Gos and BO Bugg1illeyti of sight Both young ladies and mar tied ladies are specially invited Cow LawFair Warning InAIIllerson1 rim hereby respectfully no titled that milk cows as well Mother catto are prohibited from running Ill largo in tho city limits and I am Theretoothe warning is hereby given and niter Monday morning tho 2Lit inst I enforcenoCity Marshal u The Tree Barber Shop FIrstI will say that I need your pa tmnago SecondBecause 1 am prepared to do your work youpmud willing to do your work with Razors sharp and towels cloan neater shop cannot bo seenin Hick man A L HOCKING DIED N Mrs Mollie Hoohn relict of the latoO F Hoohn died in San Antonio Texas toAsohope of recovering her health but tho toll destroyer consumption had already too strong a hold and with alternate hn provementrt and backsots her lifo yield od on Sunday last She was an excel lent young woman loved dearly by rela flues and friends Sho leaves two sweet little children now bereft of both father and mother She had every attention possible and her relatives aro deeply grateful to friends in Texas and Ken lucky for their loving sympathy and at tention CONFEDKKATE KEUNIOJT Faro frem FulleB to Louisville sad UetHra 1560 FULTON Kv May 14 1000 Sir Gees Warren Dear Friend Asl omoneof the Corn i mitten on Transportation to tho Reunion at Louisville Ky May 30th I wish you would publish in your valuable papery Tho Hicknum Courier for tho benefit of all who wish to attend tho Reunion thuD special train will leave hereon tho 29thi between 10 and 12 oclock so as to reach tl Louisville by 7 oclock that evening The tam from Fulton to Louisville nnd return will bo IGX for ronnd trip We would like for you and all tho rest of the boys who woro tho gray to go and any of your friends who wish to gc can secure tho tame rate Respectfully your friend J G PARR n a Tertared H Witness j Intense suffering was endured by wit ness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before ho gave this evidence 1 coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw fj then tried Dr Kings New Discovery which gave instant relief I have used It in my family for four years and re 0t1OOURhsand Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not only prevents but absolutely cures Consumption Prlc boo nnd 8100 Every bottlo gHarautced Trial bottles free at all drag stores UlMhep Bradley to Preach In Louden t Bishop Dudley will leave New Yo k forLondonoa June 6th to attend tho two hundredth anniversary of the So ciety for tho Propagation of tho Gospel the chief factor in tho foreign mission work of the Church of England 1 The Archbishop of Canterbury wjM authorized to select two American pre laces to preach Iu St Pauls Cathrcdr I and his choice fell span Bishop W i I Doauc of Central New York and Bi i op Dudley Tho opening sermon M II1I be preached by Bishop Doano iu l Peals Cathedral Saturday June 1C i and the following lay Bishop And- o will preach In the sumo great ell Bishop Dudley hopes to return by lie latter part of July ter wVaHleclTelluINo Several good lumber teams to 1liftl1 from my null to Hiokman Mill isStJ toot ot fish gap hill A D COOK 1- 5ll2t IHckman Ky Box 112 f A Keen Clear 1lraiaII ofYear beat feelings your social i tion or business success depend la on the perfect action of your Stoi and Liver Dr Kings New Life keenei make you feel like a new TFeff lff- by all drnvgldta In 14 Womens misses and CftilarensS and ENDED illS TIIOUHLES na Accused of Heinous Crime Kills lllmficlf at Union City ta on City May HMIHard Calhoun awhfte man of good family who has been in jail several weeks charged with attempted criminal assault upon his 14 year old daughter committed suicide by taking morphine this evening 110 had bctn ill or pretended illness for several days and though ho took the other med icine ho secreted all the morphine and took it all at ono time this evening Stock Peas for Hale Woodlandqlh bushelTheyjto COme now nnd get what you want NEW RUSH FOIL HOMES Thirteen thousand farms will bo thrown open to tho white settlement in Oklahoma as a result of the passage by congress of a bill to ratify tho agreement wlti tho Kiowa Comanche and Apacho ImJans for the sale to tho United States of the surplus lands belonging to their rtfitrvotions In tyro territory ills atract of land embracing nCArly3 WOOO acres now held by tho Indians under the treaty of 18fS at Medicine Lodge The lands aro situated in tho extreme southwest quarter of Oklahoma Territory being bounded on tho north by tho Wichita reservation and Washita comfy Oklahoma on tho south by Tex a on tho west by noand on the east by the Indian Terri tory proper Near tho center of the trod Is Fort Sill Military reservation of 50000 acres upon which the army post vf fort Sill is maintained by the govern IIIttU and where Geronimos band of Apjchea are being held as prisoners of inIdided in this agency is 2872 of which hTh3 are Coma neher LlfOKiowas and 191 Apaches TilE COMING OF MORMXU- i ExGovernor Dob Taylor thus de scribes the coming of morning as wo sometimes see it I saw tho morning with purple quiver and burnishing bow stand tiptoe on the horizon and shoot sunbeams at time vanishing darkness of uight and there reach up and gather tho stars anti Irate them in her bosom and thou bend down and tickle the slumbering world with straws of light till it awoke with bugloJray men coming i n thonsand smiling JlO kissed her garments as sho hIrten thousand laughing gar If i Iii d their flowery flags to her t ho deep forest throbbed a fft n radiant with joy 1quarte tripping and dune at three luttudl wished mightImhas about Fine Oxfords aid I 17 + in nil Styles mid Leather Jhocoluto and Black Weve pret ret1 a I SPECIAL SlOE SALE 21 I I for your benefit scaled tho p ea lower BO ns to make tho buying caster J te these prices I r WOMENS MOO and 2CO Oxford ad Slippers CO rt Reduced ta O W These LOW PRICES arc to lose out Homo lots of broken sizes Every Slipper in the at a BIG BARGAIN JOroi Wo believe If every woman in lIir Inuit were our Slippers once wo could stop advertising in tthe papers Tho Shoes would be advertisement enough I We Sell Only Good ShoesII- rte rEvery pair a Barcaiu no mattei what you pay for thcutT a jC HflYiflR STORE CASII T A LEDFORB Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Lime Cement hirpoorwlll waIestcade Slippers DICE OatsBran i i r YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDi rDOOR MY PRIqEi8 WILL lzrF1ASFI YOU- r T r M ii lE SHAW i CALLS THE Attention of the Ladies TO HIS Sfyoe Departrept THIS WEEK y One of the largest Stocks in the City 1- FFte f I Sfes a Specialty BARGAINS INjOXFORDS and SPRING SHOES OF ALL KINDS N I j IF CU VVANrr Yt Rr- I = a FirstGlass Wheat Machinery GO TO sIiI 1 F HICKMAN KENTUCKY t They keep tho BEST such as McCormick Harvesters and Mowers Gnar Soott Threshers and Engines and Parsons SelfFeed ersthe only Feeder that will not choke and can be fit to any make of machine THEY ARE ALSO HEADQUARTERS FORiHighGrade Buggies Harness Implements Etc r 1 4 THEY ONLY HANDLE THE VERY BESTYI s 1J J m- JJtatIgr Juu IJ jj- I 111 iI J Capital of the Four Great Banks of tho World Bank of England 886047935 Bank of France 36500000 Imperial Bank of Germany 28560000 Bank of Russia 25714920 3 Total 176822855 FUNDS HELD BY THE MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO FOR THE PAYMENT OF 3D1844 537 ITS POLICIES Dec 31 1899 Or 125021682 more than tho combined capital of these famous banks The new form of policy of Tho Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A McCurdy President provides First The SECURITY of 301844537 assets SecondPROFITABLE INVESTMENT 1 bird LIBERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED Extended term insurance in caso of lapse Automatic paidup insurance without exchange of policy Liberal surrender values One mouths grace in payment of premiums For further information apply t- oBISCOE 4 f HINDMAN Qenl Agent for Kentucky and Tennessee Louisville 1 Ky E R ELLISON AL FARIS Agents IITCKMAN KIT DR S K DAVIDSON DtiEitHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowglll Oowgllls Drag Store 4 c E EAKERtt Genera1 Grocer Powell Brook Clinton St flaring purchased the Grocery Stock of S J J 0 Bonduraut would bra plotted to hue all old friends to cell Fresh Good sad Choice Bargain i t t it i I e 10 THE NEW JERUSALEi MI II- ttI Dr Talmage Lift the Curtain from I Eternal Felicities The GIorlr of Ilunven Sarpn the COlitiire Iicfl Ion of the IlnUe sMlBil There Will Be n- IarlingThereI Copyright 1900 by Louts laotmschl- In 1 this discpurso Dr Tnlmugc lift the curtain froth eternal fclldtlos nth c In an unusual way treats df the Hen von 1ly world Text I Corinthians 20 Eyc bath not seen nor enr heard neither have entered Into the heart of man tho things which God hath prc pared for them that love Him The city of Corinth ions been culled j the Paris of antiquity Indeed lot splendor the world holds no such won der today It stood on on isthmus washed by two seas the ono BOO bring ing the commerce of Europe the other sea bringing the commerce of Asia Front her wharfs in the construction of which whole kingdoms had been nb sorbetl war galleys with iiiTtj i banKi of oars pushed out and confounded the navy yards of all the world Huge handed machinery snob as modern In t ventlon cannot equal lifted ship from the sen on one side and trauvwrteii them on trucks across the isthmus and I set them down In the sea on the other I side The revenue officers of the city went down through the olive groves that lined the bench to collect n tariff from all nations The mirth of nil people sported in her isthmian gnaw and the j beauty of all lands tint In her theaters I walked her porticoes and threw itself on the altar of her stupendous dissipa dons Column anti statue and temple bewildered the beholder There were White marble fountains into which i from apertures nt the side there rushed waters everywhere known for health j giving qualities Around these basins twisted into wreaths of stone there all the beauties of sculpture and 1 1were while standing as If to guard the costly display was n statue of Hercules of burnished Corinthian brass Vases of terra cotta adorned the cemeteries of the dead vases so 1f costly that Julius Caesar was not satis t fled until he had captured them for J Rome Armed officials the CorintharH paced up and down to see that no stone was defaced no pedestal overthrown no bas relief touched From time edge of the city a hill arose with Its magnificent burden of columns towers and temples 1000 slaves waiting at one l f shrine nnd n citadel so thoroughly impregnable that Gibraltar is a heap of sand compared with it Amid all that strength and magnificence Corinth stood and defied the world Oh it was not to rustles who hail t voter seen anything grand that Paul i to 4 uttered this text They bad heard the best music that had come from the best I Instruments in all the world they had 4 heard songs floating from morning por ticoes and melting in evening groves they had passed their whole lives among pictures and sculpture and architecture and Corinthian brass which had been molded and shaped un til there was no chariot wheel in which It had not sped and no tower in which it had not glittered and no gateway that it had not adorned Ah it was u bold thing for Paul to stand there amid all that and soy All this is nothing These rounds that come from the tem pie of Neptune are not music compared with the harmonies of which I speak These waters rushing in the basin of t Dyrene are not pure The statues of j Bacchus and Mercury are not exquisite Your citadel of Acrocofinthus is not strong compared with that which I of tfr to the poorest slave that puts down t his burden at tlwt brazen gate You Corinthians thiiHt this is a splendid i clty You think you have heard nil isweot sounds and seen all beautiful sights but I tell you eye hath not seen fnor car meant neither have entered into the heart of man the things which fOod hath prepared for them that love Him t You see my text sets forth the idea 44that however exalted our ideas of Heaven they come fur short of the t reality Some wisei men have been c- algtl how many furlongs long and wide is the new Jerusalem and they Have calculated how many inhabitantsI there are on the earth how long the I thenIer all the nations have been gatheredI to Heaven there will be room for eachI I uLn room 16 feet longand 15 feet 4widciI It would not be large enoughI for you It would not be large enough for roc I am glad to know that no hu theIdimensions Eye hath not seen nor car heard nor arithmeticians calcu fe hated I first remark that we can get no idea of the health of Heaven When you 1s Sfwcrc n child and you went out in the timanning how you hounded along the road or street you had never felt sor it row or sickness Perhaps later you t felt n glow in your cheek and a s-pringtnyourxtcp and an exuberance of spir Its and a clea ntss of eye that made a you thank God you were permitted to live The nerves were harp strings t ttc and the sunlight was a doxolopy and j the rustling leaves were the rustling 1 1ofthe robes of n great crowd rising up 4topraise the Lord You thought that c you knew what It was to be well here is no perfect health on earth t The disease of past generations cnrac ti o i down to us The nira that how floatt 1 upon the earth are not like those which 1 flpnid above Paradise They nre charged with Impurities and distem s peril film most elastic anti robustt I health of forth compared with that vhlcih those experience bcforf whom the gates lmvr been opened Is nothing t bat FIckresa and emaciation Look at ahakaedt standing before tie thrcae i r a t- S r rrfr +YJIL Sf Aari1iiff4 n Oa earth she was a lifelong Invalid See her step now and hear her voice now Catch If you can one breath of that celestial air Health in nil the pulses health of vision health of spirits immortal health Xo racking cough no sharp pleurisies no consum ing fevers no exhausting pains no hoe pitals of wounded turn Health swlngI Ing in the air health flowing in all the streams health blooming on the banks rio headaches no side aches no back aches That child that died in the agonies of croup hear her voice now ringing In the anthem That old man that went bowed down with the Infirmities of age see him walk now wit the step of nn Immortal athlete for ever young again That night when the needlewoman fainted away in time garret a wave of the heavenly nil resuscitated her forever For everlast ing yenta to have neither ache nor pain nor weakness nor fatigue Iye hath not eeIlH ear hath not heard It I remark further that we can In this world get no just Idea of the splendors of Heaven John tries to dorerlbe them He says the 12 gates are 12 pearls and that the foundations of tho wall aro garnished with all manner of pre cious stones As we stand looking j tLvoVigh the telescope of St John we see n blaza of amethyst nnd pearl and emerald unit sardonyx and chryso prasus and tapphlrc a mountain ofI light a cataract of color a ton of glass and n city like the sun John bids us look again and we see thrones thrones of the patriarchs thrones of the nngcte thrones of the apostles thrones of tho martyra throne of Jesus throne of God And we turn rouud to see the glory and it Is thrones thrones tbroncsl I John bids us look again and see thejj great procession of the redeemed passing Jesus on a white horse leads the march and all the armies orI Heaven follow on white horses In finite cnvalcado passing passing em pires pressing Into line ages following ages Dispensation tramping nfterII dispensation Glory In the track of glory Europe Asia Africa North j and South America pressing into lines I Islands of the son shoulder to shoul der Generations before the flood fol lowing generations after the flood and as leans rides at the bead of that I great hfcit and waves his sword In signal of victory nil crowns are lifted J and all ensigns swung out and nil chimes rung and nil halleluiahs chanted I and sonic cry Glory to God most high nail sonic Hotmnna to 11Ison of David and some Worthy IsII the Lamb that was slllnltll1 exII clamations of endearment and horn 1 age In that vocabulary of Heaven nrcI exhausted and there comes up snrgo after surge of Amen Amen and 1 Amen Eye hath not seen it ear bath not heard it Skim from theI summer waters the brightest sparkles nnd you will get no Idea of the IIheenI of the everlasting sea Pile up the splendor of earthly Cities nnd they would not make a stepping atone by which you might mount to the city of God Every house fs a palace Every stop Is n triumph Every covering of the head n coronation Every meal heI a banquet Eicry stroke from the tower Is n wedding bell Every day Is 1 a jubilee every hour a rapture nndI every moment nn ecstasy Eye hath not seen It ear bath not hemmed it I remark further we can get no idea of the reunions of Heaven If you have ever been across the seas nnd met n friend or even an acquaint once In some strange land you re member how your blood thrilled and how glad you were to sec him What will be our joy after we have passed the scasfif death to meet in the bright city of the Lord those from whom we have long been separated After we have been away from our friends ten or fifteen years and we come upon them we see how differently they look Their hair has turned and wrinkles have come in their faces and we say How you have changed But oh when we stand before the throne all cafes gone from the face nil marks of sorrow disappeared nnd feeling the joy of that blessed land methinks we will say to each other with an exulta tion we cannot now Imagine How you have changed In this world we only meet to part It Is goodby goodby Farewells floating in the air Wo hear It at the rail car window and at the steamboat wharf goodby Children lisp It and old age answers it Sometimes we say It in a light way goodby and sometimes with iingulsh in which the soul breaks down goodby Ah that Is the word that ends tho thanksgiving banquet that IH the word that comes in to close the Christmas chant Goodby goodby limit not so In feat en Welcomes In time air welcomes nt the gates welcomes at the house of many mansions hat not goodby That group Is constantly being aug mented They are going out from our circles of earth to join Itlittle voices to join tho anthem little hands to take hold in the great home circle iIlIttle feet to dance in the eternal glee little crowns to be cast down before the feet of Jesus Our friend are in two groups a group this side of the river and a group on the other side of the river Now there goes one from this to that nnd another from thin to that and soon we will mill lie gone over How many of your loved ones haves already entered upon that blessed place If I should take paper nnd pencil do you think I could putt them nil down Ah my friends the waves of Jordan roar so hoarsely we cannot hear the joy nn the other side when the group Is augmented A little childs mother had died and they comforted her They said Your mother tins gone to Heaven Dont cry And the next day they went to thin graveyard and they Inlil the hotly of the mother down into the ground and tho little girl came tipto the verge of the ftnvn nUll llooking down said I1 tfcjfc ilcanrV We have no idea f Z 4 It l1ereolItrymnking yonder Mcthlnks whoa a soul arrives some angel takes it around to show it the wonders of that blessed place The usher angel says to the newly arrived These are the martyrs that perished at Piedmont them were torn to pieces at the Inquisltlouj this Is the throne of the great Jchb vnh this is Jesus I am going to eSt Jesus said n dying boy I nm golnf to see Jesus The missionary saUT You arc sure you will see Him Oh yes thats whatl want to go to heaven for Hut said tho missionary suppose Jesus should go away from Heaven what then I should fbil low him wild tho dying boy But it Jesus wont down to ltelJwhnt tbrtk The dying boy thought for a mom ll and then salt Whore Jesus Is timers can bo no hell Oh to stand In 31Jj prtsencci That will bo Henvcnl Oh to put our haad in that hand which wrens wounded for us on the crosstoo around amid the groups of the re deemed and shako hands with tile prophets and npostlcu and martyr sand with our own door beloved anggl1 That will be the great reunion We cannot Imagine It now Our InTCt QOe seem BO far away When we are Th trouble and lonesome they dont seem to come to us We go on to the bank of the Jordan and call neross to thorn but they do not were to hear We say In It welt with thv child is it iVQU with the loved ones V and we listenL9 hear Iit any voice come back ovor the waters None nnnel fa- Unlollef says I They are dead ad they are annihilated but blessed lie God xohave Ulble that tellsusditTL- ent We open it and we find they are I Koltber dead nor annihilated that I they never were so much alive as now that they are only waiting for out coming and that we shall join them on tho other side of the river Oh glori ous reunion we cannot grasp It now What a place of explanation It will ii blI 1 see every day profound mysteries of Providence There In no question wo ask oftener than Why There are hundreds of graves in Greenwood and Laurel 11111 that need to be explained Hospitals for the blind and lame asylums for the idiotic and Insane nlmnhouscs for the destitute and n world of pain and misfortune that de mand more than human solution God will dear It nil up In the light that pours from the throne no dark rays tery can live Things now utterly in ni table will be illumined as plainly MS though the answer wws written on time jasper wall or sounded in the teat pie anthem Itartlmeus will thank Ood that he was Mind anil Jonpbthy he was east into the pit and P that he denned with the lions nijf that he was humpbacked at that he was driven from l1UIC and that invalid that tarsAeould nt t lift his head frt m1 that widow that she Jwork to earn bread IM Tho Kimg will be alt fe earths weeping eyes an and exhausted hands a backs and martyred ligoner an get no idea of that a We appreciate the power o music but do appreciate the of wacred song There is nothing Inspiring to me than ft whole eongreg tion lifted on the wave of holy melody When we sing some of those dear out psalms and tunes they route all the mrmoriea of the past Why some of them were cradle songs in our father house They are all sparkling ththe morning dew of a thousand Christian Sabbaths They were sung by broth era and sisters gone now by voices that were aged and broken in the music voices none the lets sweet because they did tremble and break When I hear these old tongs sung it seems as if nil the old country meetinghouses joined in the chorus and city church and sailors hethel and western cabins until the whole continent lifts the doxology and the scepters ofeter pity beat time in the music Away then with your starveling tunes that chill time devotions of the nanetuary and make Ihe people sit silent when Jesus Is marching on to victory When generals come back from victorious ors do we not cheer them oQelhoutli Huzza huzza And when Jeins pORHeaf along in the conquest of the earth shall we not have for Him one loud ringing cheer All hall the powerof Jtsuc namtll Let nuc U prostrate rilL Bring forth tho rerl dlsdem And crown Him Lord of nil But my friends if music on earth II no sweet what will It be In Heaven They nil know the tune there All the best singers of all the ages will Join it cholrsof whiterobed children oholr of patriarchs choirs of apostles Morn cymbalsHarpersthorns of God roll on roll ODOtIlff empires joining the harmony till the thrones ore all full and the nations oil saved Anthem shall tourh anthem chorus Join chorus and all the sweet pouredintoharp will be there Gabriel of the trnmI pot will be there Germany redeemed will pour its rich bass voice Into the song and Africa will add to the munio with her matchless voices I wish In our closing hymn today we might catch nn echo that slips iron the gates l heavenlcoo through there may come forth tho strain of the jubilant voices until w r I iiropddownway a song coming up from earthIThey rise for the doxology nil the multitude of the blest Jet us arlie joysofutthemingle their chalices and the dark apparel of out mourning will seem to whiten into the spotless raiment of thIlciell God grant that through the mere of ouf I Lord Jesus we may all get th rei 4 r I ii- tit THE PANAMERICANE- XPOSITION I I of the rEAR igoi Buffalo Is Arranging for a Magnificent Display of the Products of the Three Americas for Next Year Elaborate Floral Horticultural and Electrical Features A THE ELECTRICAL TOWER II Will IIP the C n tilcnnim Center IMrce of the UsttuilUon The dignified and stately beauty of the groat Electric tower which will form the conspicuous centerpiece of time Pan Atimerlaan exposition nt Iluf file next year will comnmiul the rapt itlmlrutlon of every visitor The tnluft of time architect haw boon taxed to preserve lines nnd olumenU of fcauty In a work of such tall propor tions but time problem hat beau well jstistorcd The height of the tower la 3 S feet above time surface of the broad basin k which 1K Rtundft UK position U Vtwceu the Court of tho Fountains Wl the Plaza on the north tide of tie MnlJ It looks down upon tho Afrrieutturat building at tho east and tk Electricity building on time west flu towrr proper Is tanked on tho taut and woat by long curved colon cedes which sweep to tho southward sad terminate In airy pavilions fornia feetIrugUgh niche body of the- tewrt are cascades while nil about h basin are leaping jets nnd count ns playful figure each with its spurt 1 water combining to make n brll ant water scene At the center of the irhe la a tall geyser fountain whoto rttern fail tktlr way from the high basin within the niche over Micecsslve Je5gcB and among n multitude of vases tq time level of the pool file main body of the tower la 80 cot square From time surface of the Water to tin top of time colonnades is 75 feet This portion of the structure Is enriched byn system of decorative rusticated hands which give an aspect of great solidity to tho base Time shaft of the tower Is treated with great nimplioltyt Time center of onch side lis punt with fantastically per forated war through which Is hull tinctlyrevealed the massive framework rf the tower This feature calcu lated to produce a remarkable effect when lighted from within ns It IK tho intention to do The main shaft of the tower terminates In an elaborate en- tablature at the height of SOO feet The crown of tho tower rests thin entablature and iIs composed of three HtorltX of diminishing propor ions unit varying design Time lover 1 0bc torles Is alS arcaded loggiaI tH rich In ornamentation nnd timing the wall surfaced brilliantly colored Pa vIllonottcN at the cornnra terminate In light fantastic otipolu Tho sew nnd stage or lantern of time tower crown Is in the forum of u high cir cular colonnadr entirely open HO us to allow till effect of the sky to bo J A YIiW IN TUB KMXJSmON BITE ITho seen between the column A staircase within the colonnade lends to the lest stage of the tower the cupola over whose souring dump IU polled Ule superb figure of Eiuct lty thus dominating the oh tiro exposition which owes 8uaim to generously exerted power horI Front the water to the feet of dbltaut The entrance 10 the tower Is across nn ornamented bridge from the Plaza on the north stile Elevators will car ry passengers to time various loom which will cdevotcdl to different pur poses of tho exposition such as reception rooms office restaurant belvederes and amusement halls A largo restaurant at n height of moo feet wilt give the diner n broad smith beautiful view of the exjwsltlou sad the surrounding landscape From time cupola the rye can sweep the whole Kiagnra frontier nnd look far Into Canada beyond the majestic that Separates that country front time states Sculpture plays an Important part in the decoration of the tower Two magnificent monumental groups ofI statuary lank each of the four sides of tht Above time water nkbo In tile southern of the tower is n magnificent escutcheon representing the arms and Heal of the United States Tu the spandrels of the arch above tIl- eaidleara sculptures la high hUd The pavilions anti wings are also rich j ly decorated with sculpture not olhor architectural dovlco Time on tiro tty tenor of tho tower will he studded with myriads of olcotrlo light so arranged that n great vnrlcty of offoota sun bt B ceti red The mist of ulcotrloJJ in combination with the allukII fouatry tub house spiral herself lightk I ling fountains and uuuitdo will pro of InUlnlltle beauty PRESIDENT MILBURN Head of the Itiiionlllnn U w Iublle ftlilrlled CilUrn tiroIanleading members of the Now York stnto bRr AI141l hie fad ae n grneolal eloquent and forceful speaker Is as wwe a the nation risen A close approach to tho Atnerlcnn ideal cltlrpn not only nx rcgunU his life and abili ties hat In personal uppcarnnco wall Mr Mllburn makes n pioturra Ito nail notable chief exreutlvc of Um PanAmerican exposition He was horn In Hundorland England Decem bar 1K 1S5 When 18 years old ho came to thin country beginning limn study of low at once In the ofllop of Wnkemnn t Wittnon nt Hntavla X Y lie was admitted to the bnr In 1874 In 1870 he lrouml n mombur of the L a4 MtM MMMMU UKftnOII ta MANUFACTtWEH AND LIBERAL ARTS UIMLD1KQ ls upon river base face I duoe koenos ns Spragueofarrangement which continued until 1882 The maxi year Mr Mllburn spent In Denver but on hU return In 1883 he became junior ofRogersUIburnpublicspirited movementsti and rQn tiered tho ely moat valuable scrtlca i8 a mcmbttc of the chatter rcvlxUm waunisdua- s I rJww J S NouItm M wiiGTthiFr- esh Items of Interest Upon Questions Now Before the Amer ican People TRUINOUS RESULTS OF REPUBLICAN RULE Tlir Iulille llrrrlvpd llfunriin hf IMillliiiilnr Nllunllon Workmen TliriiwnOutorilnijilorniMX Amer ican Sympathy for f hi Iliirrn llciu uvrau Art Inlulnir Special CerrespeadneelJ Two 4vf9 of Important imw8rc KHrdliiff the IltJllpi nuH hut been re fvivrtl In tahington lli ut Iorklu n tact of SiDHtor IVrkliiH of Califonthi la rosjKniKlldr for the ntHternont that 4iHj voluulccr MtlwlICr11I1 In Iii ihiiippiomi kart t n lcn d their rrliwMoD Thiy duiit lik war nor tine pllmatc ultdart unx lOll to colas home If this In true rcimrdlnr the officer it U doubly tree riinirdlnc the runk and fllr Could the liraetleallIn the rnltiHl Htntn u fail M the- traneportt couUI briar thrm It Is no rrtkotlon OB the polriotlma of ttirve tacu that they Li ki heart nnVlu teo rMt IBI an tlnpatrtoth war Tke M MiA tart rrfiTrpd to IIn the fctnlcmmt of Howls Wlltlnwtn II broth nr uf RounM rill WIMin n funnel United Ktatra cowml at Slinrswr and lironkfiiratljr tOIIttIIt166 with nffalrain tlio PkW spine Mr Ttkhniin ilratariM paplieII notion In ike Pklllpiilnrfi that the In aYrjenls nrr aettve IH every dlreotlna oandwctlHir raiding jmrtlra xliiiMt wUlItiny sertow 1oifrnMloH on the elms diva Ikea wtAtementa o4BcW exiiPtly w Ith other reK ru rcnolilnj WanhlHg ton ami wooV HibUi through thwie irttrrL Tins mfriNn pooplr Bro getting thoroiijihly tired of McKluliyV wur In the IhlUppdtr nnd Rrt sure to pipi rx rowitoii to their foellnifs at thr hall seal Nov eaber nrkmrn Thrnnn Onl One af t3elargest of the federal steel l lnts e opt at loIIC1t IU be aka i iN n itHU4nil trotting 3000 balult i ni of et irmBt AlwMt tier entire cJI ter ti plant had formerly ber- nttihp4 f the plant of time AiRrrieHH Mirl A 1lrr company In the same clayi TIr ronrrrn harlnjj lmt loti tin frdil hteri1 plant had to follow nit llrr will W lists piantu idhiit twn R tint the next ta Inys TheI iron ami 1 fitiiput termw tbniHMUid f f tonesdj in rxcearrtthetleuN ritllowtc the curl tintilnwn wfljI rtiim ti lmlnr t hrt fursaeK Rod wlB I r frtvill IW 1 I ant for II r tIIntic rallrwal IrdI II ninnd jkI nd eol win nnlI in a v of lir rtlons tkowwodsI if luhtm i ii IH thrown out of em I 1InO I birumee dUreetty IB the 1 of vita mtrtneptelhat thenIron en Meel lB hu had orders aheal Hint world keep them Inwy forayer- pear That KiatrMf nt k NOW area to AOw It IftbtNerfd b18 jmagei that thot tirny 9t the oW iiMHeial panic In which iTerythI f oomra down with a craah art gen Xowwdajm tho greet tnuU and corjiornUons which central so largely tIp HWBttfac1urlngbiNiiMt f tho oeuMtry control tho 1Mtk and are heroore at no tlato nrabflrrnKsed for fiiml Skit when their market Rile thew they aimffly hare to stop pro dueiMg The reault hi lethargy and dry rat Suck a eoHilltloH Iis now rapidly nptroflchlHtr lIon November burl mM In tiny imtrlm will be at a HlnBiUttUL anJ the republican mm mign orators win be preaching pros fMirlty to thounaads of workmen out af employment The bluer Qtesllnn Thin arHvnl of the Doer delegates the United State will give pinphnkto to IMXJ matter of great lmMirtnuce Ilrnt thejnwUldemonetrnte tlraLAmer Trsn a wjmthy la overwhelmingly with lhi horn and aftalmt Great Britain Secondly cmphasit will bo ylvrn to the fart that tat pillion that Orent Ilrlt nln Is n wiecMfu nilinlniHt tutor of NIl onies la nut well fonndrd innt filth ulnII white eolonli1 turn MUCCKsfull hll raiiKf they lime no hone rule British ndmlnUtration of India InI a failure be cnute ladla has not n homo rule nor nnylhlof ajiprosehlng It Information received In WashliiKton nluthf lo the faunae and eholera ltu ntion In India contains the tcvcrest re ileetlonn QII the British administration of that unhappy country The Mine inuiiitoon of 1MO falkd to bring the ex peeled rnlns over a territory ue large tin the state of Texan nnd containing a population of 10000000 people It wns then known nunbtolute certainty that that whole region would ho famine Milrken by the llrtt ofTnmmry follow Ilug and that millions of people wonld Rtnrvo to death unlei they wen fctkby the government Thus with over six months warning tIlt British Korern ment failed to provide tho necearary relief machinery to avert atnrmtlou although in othrr parUiof India thorn were andair today nufllclent food MippIlCK to meet the emergency 1ho BrltMi xovernmrnt Ila today Kpenillntf about 0000 o day to rollext throe 4LV OnoWtO jMMplc but IIs Hpcndhiff over n million dolnrH adny lit iin endeavor to c tennlnate or tempter 3WJOOO people in South Afriea- Whciipvpi any mnaborof parltament trimt to rnl e hula voles to cull attention to the situation in India he 1Is imnu diutely frowned Into nllonec and the wnk cxi use in put up that thus British government i untible to tin nun for tlo rrlio vt liii i n account of the de i mands of tho Hltvatlonln South Africa At the same time the Hindoos are BO heavily taxed that it is1 Impossi ble1 for them to cam wore than a urltt living in the years of plenty and pros parity Cholera lung now broken out in the faminestricken districts nnd scenes too awful fur oredibillty are be ing dully witnessed I Tills awful indictment against tin BrltMi colonial polley In India should be a aIIOklrmt miawer to the Imperial I Seta who claim that the United State bane only to tRill lessons front llrltlhh nAnlnlsi ration in India to conduct a I Biicctituiful government of the Philip pines DniKHrnf Cnlim I All algtiH point toward a tromendoua demonnttlo victory next November The republican lenders are astounded at tho reports which arc reaching them from every section of tho country orItho apathy and Indifference of Iho re Ipublican masses In mnny states the reMrt coitus thnt It was with great illflteulty that enough republloans could be induced to rouse to the polls to elect delegates to the various rupUb Ilean state convent lotis Fedural nuil local offiev holder had to be relied up on to make up the delegations If this oondltlon cannot IM overcome a inllllon of rt Hibt1enns will stay away IroN tin pelt next November time gains In the local elect lens In tndian are ao generally J In furor of the drmo rata nod ao ejf prrdletlargiatJ luajHrlljr in gut part What IH true of Indiana IU forecast for tile whole middle vet from Ohio to MJn Hcaota tD01iKi Pt7rnna0N LABOR IS SUFFERING Full 1I111r1 InIU Arc Sot Mo Mnch In llvlilrncc nil Hrpulillcnn- Illutvlmrtli Jlrolnrr There U no keying tho fuot that labor Ila not In as satlfaatary a condi tion na time exponents of pronperlty would have us believe It does not reaoiid to the McKinney prosperity und flit full tin palls of the perambu lating cuohinaklngi president are limited to metaphor and to the comic republican Ares Ifso prosperous why toe strikes boycotts lockouts to Pl stripe there Is prosjierity and lfjor Iendeavoring to obtain a small I ortlmi of it but at thlx present writ Ing there are no imllehtlotm that it is retching what It shuuhl receive and what It IIn untitled to receive aecord tug to the prediction of Mr MoKInley and the benevolent touts Tlioro never was u amt when and there newer was a nation that ha Isereiuwd In its In i diMtriol aeJiievementa to a1R gl fHntle extent aa have the United Btnto SuIt an increase should have attached to It tlie element of prosper icy na a uewwary adjunct lint labor la not rlalng up to tho level of this weBdmfal i illrphrlty find Itx unros elf eRpdd lg its 8ttU fgo to bruak iiltrsrRk Uw rstttilautMtra Jjoe tltta mean radatnnac to kkflA It In depriratlon of the good thlnsja Mtend ant epos the tattUitff ere of trade ux paBaion and when we seek for the ubataele IH the way of tabor the ob facie which It Iin riving to our mount by the only Mean In Iha over to wit strikes and boycott we had It in the trtwtg and combines and alao exSpua1cerfuI any not money but oxpnnalve credit cons monly known an ahare of stock It It figured by the Now York Journal aedlt8 a tot that the capital stock of tile combine now drawing n per centage thereon out of the people nmomuitg to ton thousaml million dol lays hide la capita BUll it ia the oajtital which IIH arrayed against labor Wo know thnt It IH not money for our circulating medium dots not amount to onefifth of thnt capitaliza lion but w know that that capi talization Iin turned into hlooine pro during wealth drawing to Itself the total amount of our circulating me dium us its profit and this added to tho other multiplications of our cir culating medium or our actual money compels one dollar of actual money to perform the work of 830 dollars of credit money No labor In the world and no combination of Inhor can KIK ccasfully fight against this burden The only remedy IB to return to the people the power to create money which they have been deprived of nnd to destroy the criminal aggressors upon their finances Iupr ut 3leutorl That was nn uncommon lapse ot memory of Col1 W flutes of Amcr loan steel and wire publicity lie jug tIed Wall utrcot out of 1000000 time other day deposited It In bank und forgot nil about It until tho cashier called his attention to it It Is by this con Htant disregard nf trifles that the trust magnntPH havo the advantage of the men who have their dally bread ever before their eyes Any it nr Will Do It IB absurd to worry shout the see ond place on tho republican national ticket Under the ride of tho trusts a president without backbone IH till Unit IH necessary to ucccssfully gay ern the country fly nnd by all of our executive ofllccs will be filled by a oouimlttoe of trust magnateA It 1111114 to be the fnet thnt President McKlnley will make huts head quartets In Canton during the Rummer and receive delegations us he did in limift This IH one of tht rouiiy current evidences that the party management cJitlmatoH tho public in about the same way that the humbug showman did Mr Hnnuii and its associates claim that they know their busttaa Do they take Into account time dlfferem be divan William McKinley is 1800 and William MeKlnley In IWwr Then he wan u candidate for a first term Now he Is u candidate with an extremely embarrassing record to defend Clu clnnatl Enquirer TREY SHOULD WOBi er J Convicts Should Be Engaged JIB Productive Labor State iMvem Ought to lie Uniform HccnmincndatloBc of Indtutrlal Commlgilon In IU Report to Con green- Tlie a I Industrial commission line sent to congress Its report on prison labor In suwmlng uplIts conclusions the corn million says that nil prisoners should be engaged In productive labors nnd that the state should have absolute control of their care Their employment with the Intention of producing revenues the report says tends to the greatest competition with free labor and detracts from the punitive reformatory and disciplinary features of the prisons Kmployment of prisoners on public works hues the least tendency to competition with free labor In order to harmonize time antagonistic Inter eats of the different states time indiiv trial operation of penal nnd JlkclIu J EtituUona in each should be under th supervision of a central ounce Adop lion of laws ombrnelrfr the principles manUoiioi has been retarded by Vari ous conditions In ninny of the atateSv The adoption of Uniterm legislation the report says Is the only remedy for existing abuses The commission sub units general provisions1 of law mainly from the New York statute and rcc onimendfithntsuchpartshall be embod ied In the laws of the different states nB Is found possible The Interdiction- o Interstate commerce In nil goods etc the product of convict labor supplemented by state legislation would be the nearest to a complete remedy for evils of convict labor competition but In the absence of such laws tho most practical step would be an act making such goods upon their arrival in any state subject to Its laws Commission ers Smythc and Harris dissent from that portion of the report recommend ing an Interdiction of prlson mede goods nnd Mr S my the Also dlsaents- from a recommendation fixing eight hours for a days work for prisoners PREHISTORIC MAN The Frldrnrr of III IfxUtvnce 1 a Vorlou Wralvrn Stole to Ire- Irn erred I The hoiHie committee on public Intfos has made a favorable report upon a bill for the regulation of monuments ruIns and other objects on public lands Tto measure directs the secretary of them publicpuHezona and New Mexico upon which ire monuments cliff dwellings ccmctor m ertwork of prehistoric and abort ial wan frfij v j nrrtatthis put of time country hands o years before America wa Ir dlscetojcd mad built dwellings and the pttter and ul uslU used indicate these or were a race much superior to till In dinThese ruins are of the greatestiRset to students of nrohaeologicnl once The ruins are located a consider j able distance from the railroads nnd up to this time have not been destroyed and are visited each year by n great many people Consequently their df placerhe societies are much interested in the preserve tlon preeticableby creating a reservation of land sur rounding each ruin and providing i penalty for any destruction MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May U CATTLE Common H 2 4 65 Select butchers 5 5 15 OALVES Kxtrns 0 5ii0 75 lions Select packers 5 5 30 Mixed packers 5 5 17yy S11KKP Choice 4 60 to 4 7- 51r1IItSExtra 6 50 c 7 50- FLOUIl Spring pat 3 05 a13 as VIIKATNo2red ct 7- 2COILNo 2 mixed iii4011J OATS No 2 mixed 2- sIIYENo 3 01 HAY Choice timothyc 15 25 MVSS VOU1C rt12 071 r fJtI rU 0 runn lJIlfBHCh dairy WA 15 Choice creamery fit 21t 4 50 tnneyIOrAlOJ 1 35 1 50 TOIJACCO New M- Old 112 75 125 ar14 00 CHICAGO FIOUTt Win patent 3 GOc r 70 miIEATNo 2 red 70Yt 71 No 3 spring 62 If 0- 4CORNNo 2 I 36- 1OAsNo2 c 22a 34 BY hNo 2 34 CT 54 V- iPOKK MeM 1043 n 11 50 LAlin Stwiin 085 a G 871 s NEW YOIIK FLOUH Will patent 3 05 u 3 S- OWHKATNO 2 red ce 7O- aCQItNNo OATSNn 2 2 2T Un t RYE mixedIIII C- OPOKK LAHDSteam Mess 12 725 75 DAITIMo- nlrLOtftVlnpatcnt 3 03 a 3 6- 5VlilsATNo a rod C4 Q 7SISouthern ill H 73- COUN No u mixed MV M 111 4 orsNo 8 mixed 27Ya as CATTLKFlrst gnat 4 45 q 4 75IMOOS WcKtern 5 80 Q 5 00 INlIANt1OLI- SW11CT1o 2 red 7- 1CORNNo 3 mixed t 3Ji OATS No 2 mixeda 20 LOUIHVILIG- FLOUU Win patent 4 25 c 4 SO W11KAT No 2 reda 71 42Oc1I3lixtda5nIO11hMesaMHDStoatn s TO 7 00 L THE LETTER WAS GENUINE j AND CONTAINED FACTS 1 Former American Settled In Can ado Flooded with Inquiries appearedInKinkudc of Alameda Asalnlboln Western Canndd which caused that manyInquiries toknowlarge number of the inquiries answers were sent hut it was impossible to reply to nil We take pleasure in submitting to our renders n specimen of replies sent by Mr Kinkade Yes the letter dated December 22 1S99 supposed to lucre been written by mo which you saw in your local papers was genuine und contained facts I will say of the Information j received from the Canadian Govern j ment agents prior to coming here did not find a single untrue stateIII ment The Canadian government is nn honorable one and its agents dare not misrepresent this country or they would lose their Job There is quito a bit of land for homesteading yet n very little close to market but main ly from six to twenty miles from sta tions The country hereabouts is a prairie nearly level slightly rolling not n rough country by any means Homestead entries cost ten dollars on land teat has been cancelled there is a fivedollar cancellation fee extra and in some cases an Inspection fee of live dollars and where the former occupant hoe made any substantial improvements there are small amounts to pay for Improvements This is a poor place for a poor man jI unless he has brains and muscle and glt and grit but with these requII sites he can succeed The population I of this part of Asslnibola has doubled during tlie past two years There bas been ns much prairie broken the past two already broken 01111lectlonlat three dollars per acre Improved quarters within four to five miles of town sell at 1000 this spring This is not n Garden of Eden at all No man need think he can come here and get rich In a short time without much labor but if he will work and be saving he can soon be on independent farmer tilling his own soil and get ting good returns for his labor We burn coal which costs us 185 per load at the mines which are 20 miles southwest of us I People with stock and machinery should come in May so an to have oUIjI June to break in Those who expect i work for wages for the first year I Jwo should come by the end of J 9o work through harvest and u eslll and then go to the coal fI Ids em ti work all winter and by- LR ring h Cold be ready to improve mestead II LR Alquarte Eton of railway land katthree ulRlrs per acre Tho tell= tt 1ia71 rJd lip tend tt tna i1m about r ro ptiy cash and It hu breaks nt list ten acres first break ing sensoyhls 21 interest for the first yyr Is thrown off and the sec fond ttyfi following purchase he has 00 tp pay and then tOO to pry for etgJmore falls which makes a totn- lJGl1Ij the quarter costs him Includ tag nil Interest Paying for n quarter ot land thnt way Is like keeping a life Insurance policy paid only it does not takaso long to do It By a man home steading one quarter and buying another quarter gives him a chance to have n 320acre farm all his own und have It paid for In ten years and after that he Is sure of an easy living if he tiny good at all IU SIONED W H KINKADE Caillx Done How did they open the Paris exposition George Ive lot ihe paper containing the account of it Why it Will a simple and Impressive ceremony booby stepped up and Who U Looby George IooJY- fa the president of tbc French republic Loob walked up and pushed away a painters ladder and kicked aside a plasterers thod and a pile of bricks and yanked a car ipentcrs hone out of the way and tore down the Positively No Admittance cardmn French of course and scraped a lot of sand and gravel away from the bottom of the door and then Rave the knob a yank and the exposition wax wide open Simple set itrCleveland Plain Dealer IB the Lake Country Iof Northern Illinois Wiscouiin Minne iota and Michigan there are hundreds of the most charming Summer llcsuru await ing the arrivalI of thousands oi tourists from the South and Kait Among the list of near by places are lox Lake Delavan Lauderdale Waukwha Oconomowoc Palmyra The liens at JII iittiefurthertenac White Bear linntlonka any Mar queue on Lake Superior For pamphlet of Summer Homes for 1000 or for coly of our handsomely illus LakCountiiIleatTprdColony liunding Chicago 111 a Not Too VetJ Done flPenprcv No I wont have anything more fojPU Your work last week dsspleasrdme verytniuch 5iuhdi3nian Whats the matter warn t itlwell done V mYeStoo well done I like my shirt- srarePhiladelphia heard LRecreation this summer TenspotOtt cemllerrdfuJIIJudce ITo Cure n Cold la tine Day Lnxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets All rltlfgsts roCund monoyifittails to cure 25c W3x ihenpecked husband finds smalll con al1YO0uotbeliejO8Curefortonsuuph9 dtinF Boyer Trinity Springs led Feb 151011 B pollte to some people and they will at udentAidartA a 1lcra mays the sea always washes in 1Irt weatrierChicago DailyI News h- iwtr t Burn or Onio City or TOLEDO I LUCAS COUNTT I I u Frank J Cheney makes oath that be Is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney b Co doing business in the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that aid firm will pay tho sum of One Hundred Dol tan for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of halts Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEYIt Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Cth day ot December A D ISSfl A W GLEASON PubIicMails d nets directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system Send for testimonials fr Talcdo0boldHalls Family Pills are the bestii Ostentation Such ostentation I never suv in my life declared Mrs Nugget of Dawson City after her undayWhatget who had remained at home Why that odious Mm Placer had her new bonnet festooned with strings of driedI beans One JVItcht to Denver Via Chicogo Union IJacllic North West ern Line Colorado Special leaves Ltdm go 1000 every morning arriving Denver 120 the next afternoon Colorado Springs GildI Manitou am5 evenIng No choge of ears All meals in Dining Can Another fast train at 1030 V M Daily New book Col orado illustrated mailed on receipt of four cents postage Ticket Offices Chicago NorthWestern JVy 103 Clark St andi Wells St Station To Win UnllTlnK Fame Some duty to shift time small boy to aa earthly paradise somebody will introduce a feneeles baseball park And his fame willI last forever Pltl burgh Times Carters Ink Im the Rest lull IItheat IJIow rankIcame Mrs Dewey second mUeArgo neut offersyoa to- makethe tJ CU1 and address 1Iyou 156S illustrated catalogue tpage Winchester Avenue NcwllnovtL Dubuque Waterloo T1otIuoau reclining Unlnscars underslpneU yttils new seen EnRout IJlllDtrfoi tnpd connecting l1AliSON end included IaYt1 SAUPLEa CAJU1IKN TMtcaOooa THE OF YOUNG WOMEN of Them HetpcJ by Xrs PUkhftm Letters It DEAn Sins PramiAM am sixteen years am troubled with monthlyslckncss It Is irregular occurring only onco Jn two or three months painful T nlsn suffer with cramps once in awhiln pain strikes me in heart I drowsyheadachcsIfthcrefsanythtsgyou advice fIIMiss MART GOMES Aptos July 31 Dtenbinsii PiNRUAII After reedy Ins your letter I began the of your reme taking both Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable 1 Jpound and mood Purifier I am noW regular every month suffer no pain Your medicine in boat that any fering can tnkcMIB8 MAnY GOMES Aptos Cal July 0 Nervous and Dizzy II DEAn PINKHAM I wish to greatbenefitLydia 11 Iinkhnms Vegetable tcioIchitin nervous and dizzy I had different kinds of medicine but they failed entirely AftcrtnlmingthreobmttlesafVcgetabIoCompound enoughkyour me11188 MATILDA JESSES 18 Ogdcnsburg Juno DR NOFFETTS AllislriltatiAldsestlstiStrcn I ChildJEETHINt MavtnoiCosts I Or sIl5ecBU to MOFFETT M D LOUIS MO u A news that IS CHEAP Is manufactured by C The Queen City Printingi Ink Co Cincinnati Ohio HWho have had 40 years experience Iin making NEWS INK TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS ESuch as the Speed of the Pressthe Texture ol the PapertheIt1 of the Press Room etc It goes JRTHERADDS to the look of a paper and IS CHEAP or at least ECONOMI CAL which is THE TEST for the word CIIB1PrI IThIsIs frtnted tuttft THAT mfI PaperI1 ptl PARTeI r ++++ wllTfiE- ++++ ++ + + + + Ceifort for LodyPasseirferstl VII fSTf1U fATALoULs- Send Jf postal WINCHESTER CHICAGOTOOMAHAI lceflelt RoEPDEROOFSlMG nuinaro En route toTexassl of unusual fea tares to be found in going to Texas via Memphis Cotton Belt is ladles lounging in parlor cafe car This large comfortable with couch easy chairs is separated from balance Ladies can with draw to it time privacy The Ddt the qnlekeit sod shortest ronto to Text ehanmof fan Both dsi and night trains we equipped with comfnrubla sad Free Recllnlne Chair Cant alt Parlor CaTo Can br day and Pullman Sleeper night IWrite and tell whore you are rotor and when you will And will tell Ton what soar ticket will rout and what train take bet time and connections We will aliotud rug tutor booklet Trip Ten II rfBnJO JDPJLBtfMiTes ftKUUUX c t liTttt 1fIOi7I1tLNtSrOkitu fLIATT TPACladmtlOu Imto TPLOIttIlO Tea E W UBEAUME O P T A St Lo ls Mo 1ING j I your name on I and we will send our i free t I REPEATING ARMS CO ISO New eaten Conn jg I XS I I IIDailyII Serviceto Rock I ford Fort I Coun cn I3lulh linnet- library3moking cars ears free i chair cars Send to tho r a tree at lroan Iho car Indo TIckets ot ot I I4 liner AlL hICIIIO I t cent per quro foot cnrs nalj t r JOtKE Co O XJSSSSiSSSiSSiI Cctt tough 8jrui tom tuna Sold drucslit i HEALTH Two Read their old ord my and also very and time and have your Cal 1808 use dies Cora and the suf 1890 Com was tried all Box Wis 10 1899 CJ ST ink I t the and the the room the I i room is furnished a and and i the of the car atny for and rest Cotton without Coaehei at uo leaye we to an eating lute A to sad i Ins line Iljenlll C 0 M In bT i cs- i I very girl Mite I One u TravelII Worry jIs easy on the personally escorted excursions to Call forma via time Santa Fc Route conductorIthe enjoyment to patrons Three times n week from Chicago and Kansas City FullinformationfurnishedbyT t fTlteAttllMft1M Adams Street CUloagu c lla 3or 4Years an IndependeRcelsAssurcd IIrJOO1ta1lonrJllllrboltnes III WvtierA Canada no used of pleuty 11w traced paropnleta rnlno nrrtiiocen of fanner uhebate ueeome nesafn- urOwIngwbeat repts tiltlnfurnauonatomyp1t0 ralinnr rale eon bft Ca9 uo nplcaUU hl a4 Superintendent of ImmUuiMM IH aitnivc Jl luterlorUltawa Canada cddetime lletid Isleed who win mutt son allow wmvtiwl etc 111 ofnMV K 1EOIttf Hai l S lumilirralUM + UntI It L tAvKN blIIIIc1 I 0CIJIII1ior Imllouai na lui JPo 1118 vassx PRCrsS91l tnvint ns phase alta hut LIIU luVw Uiu AIihlUIlO meat In tbu pupae y t o t4 ro 1 y i I I IvBuilding t Materialt I j ROUGH AND BEN DRESSED 1 LUMot Doors and Windows Shingles c 1 Lime and Cement Builders Hardware f 1Pulnts one etc J ESTIMATES t JCUEEUFULLY llFURNISHEDJ FEED STUFFS J J Hay OftU Corn Brau etc t r I etcII I L P WS IsI r Fulton Circuit Court Court way engaged Monday in trying I il the case of Clark vs the Western Union Telegraph Co and resulted in a judgment of 8100 for Clark It was a case iin which a telegram of the death of Clarks I brother was delayed in its delivery The case of Albert Robinson vs John j j and Sam Ford in which tho plaintiff l was sueing the Fords for 85000 damages I for trial MonI for an assault came up s day afternoon but was continued on th I I ground that the defendants witnesses 1r were absent i The case of Dr R A Robinson against t Y T F Beadles and sun Joe Beadles in which the former was prosecuting the i compromisedfSince Murphy will caseTuesdjttho has been i is yet before thet court The Noonon will case was continued to the 8th day of next term John T Moore for killing Flavo Golds by was given 5 years Moores nttor neys filed motion for a new trial but it has not been ruled upon by the court It is understood on tho outside that the notice will bo withdrawn fWill Oe IB Style ti The Seventh Kentucky Confederate Veterans will go to tho great Louisville reunion in a special train The commit tee on transportation Messrs J A Col C I has J Q Parker JlI McDowell and I R A Browdcr have made every effort to secure the best accommodations forjj r their comrades Tho extra train will leave Fulton soon after tho departure oftt v the regular passenger train All mem goAshould bo ready by 1100 a m Fulton Leadere iit MAGIC OF DEWEYS NAME Statements from vaions Ohio cities evidently emanating from John R Me Lean that tho boss of the Ohio Demo i 1 cracy has dropped Admiral Deweys candidacy and is again shouting for Bryan do not provoke more than pass I ing interest here Its an open secret 1 that Cleveland Democrats who hoped to break Bryans bock with Deweys popularity have givea up hope say a i ty IpoodeatI itself wtll poll and put 1 even the semblenco of life into tho cat iclaver Therefore all those who dout care a continental whether they are in politics or ont Jtiave abandoned their dream of returning to power in the t councils of the Democracy through the supposed magic of Deweys name and have BO interest in the Kansas City Convention Mkt0t t duration that the time is near at hudl when tho government will have to fight t for the Monroe Doctrine seems to have r+ been justified to a certain degree by a growing German desire to gain a terri tonal foothold in tho Western Hemis phereBoth in Brazil and the matter of the contemplated sale of the Danish West Indies to Germany there is an Indication of this yearning on tho part of theI ers government In the one cwn there is the hope of establishing Ger man poeeeeaions capable of inpnito ex- panslon on the South American mainland In the other there is tho likeli hood of gaining a most important navalL post in American waters It is L wonder if the German Government in reality working to secure both std esinadvantages r TilE Supremo Court docs not seem iin 1 a hurry to clear up tho Kentucky elec i Won muddle J CLARK U S Senator from Montana l charged with buying his election pay ing therefor 185000 was really foundL i guilty by tho Investigating Committee and Clark anticipating his expulsion ri resigned The next day tho Governor of Montana appointed him his own suc cessor ALREADY there are three Presidential l ti tickets in the field and the real parties iR1 have not made selections Bryan Budl It iTownePopulists i Swallow and WooJ 1 4 icy Chrbtlaii party i Barker and Don nelly bolting Populists are the tickets I already named Bryan will head two other tickets to be nominated July 4th t and McKinley will be given permission to try it again on June 19 The Prohi- r bitioaiita and Woman Smffragiste may S 1efO ted to get in ort time J i J J ae r 4 1 U A LADY Fires on a BurglarII Mrs James Pickett who lives on Hol I ly Street East Hickman was aroused Tuesday night after she had retired by some one on her front porch but first thought it was her husband returning j homo who was absent Finding that the man had retreated from the porch into the yard stooping behind a rose bush she opened fire on him with a pistol firing four shots but shooting Under disadvantage of excitement and through a window she failed to hit him The pistol shots aroused some neighbors i but by the time they reached her the man had made his escape The tracks of a man however were found us she described his position Crop Irospects Tho crop reports during tho past week were generally favorable In some sect hogs of the Mile nUll Mississippi val leys cool weather affected wheat and cotton retarding growth but the week ended with warmer nights and the in jury is believed not to bo serious More rain in Texas and cool nights along tho northern portion of tho cotton belt ncIcessitated much replanting of cotton Corn planting was also checked by tho same causes in the Olio and Mississippi valleys and tho lako region but in tho Middle Atlantic and Missouri Valley States the com crop in progressing rap idlyojlcowell Wins l1ocratic convenII don was held at Union City last weektI The course ot lion Rice Pierce I orereelection as congressman for tho 9th district Tho thirty six delegates to theoiloterial convention Juno 20 were in structed to vote as a unit for Hon John H McDowell for floater This assures his election OH Obion county has more votes than Lake cad Dyer combined A Woman field at Auction A white woman known aa Margaret was sold at auction within a block of TCXJInst a Feden authorities arc searching for the parties volved Tho woman is said to have been imported from Belgium with a lot of other Belgian and Frenchwomen and was under contract to tho man who sold her United States Im migrant Inspector Levy is working on the true Our Claims Against Turkey There are those who contend that the Christian missionaries of this and European countries in Turkey are there not by tho treaty rights but by the auf I fence of the Sultan who in at tho head of tho Mohammedan church an well as the head of tho Ottoman empire and who holds that In preaching Christianity and opposing tho faith of Islam they are guilty of sedition and their acts and teachings arc subversive of tho existing government and that therefore they are neither entitled to the protection of tho Turkish authorities nor govern mouth in which they claim citizenship- In tho case of the American demand for indemnity for the destruction of the property of missionaries from this coun try oven if tenable this contention cannot now be raised since tho porte and the sultan have both confessed judgment in tho case admitting the validity ot the claims which were orig inally 1300000 but have from time tto time since been whittled down to foo 000 THE SOUTHERN VOTE McKinley has for n long time been angling for tho Southern vote He has baited nis hook with fine words but the Southern people recognize tho truth of the proverb that fino words butter no parsnipsNow the Republicans in Congress are devising ways to furnish a little real butter for the Southern parsnips and begirt The process by starting a pension scheme for lenders of tho Confederate armySenator Galllnger of New Hampshire recently introduced in the Senate I a bill to pension Lieutenant General Longstreet one of the best of Leos lighting generals at the rate of ft511 a month for services in the regular army during tho Mexican war Gen Long street has been well taken careof since ho united himself to tho Republican party after tho closo of tho war in re federalisoffice whenever the Republicans wcro power He is now Commissioner of Railroads succeeding General Wade Hampton who hold tho office under Cleveland The salary is 5000 a year and it Is considered a very comfortable and easy job Surely Longstroet does not stand in need of a pension of 200 n thoLBut tho need of Lougstreet is not th eofcause of the Republican generosity with other peoples money Tho need of Southern votes for McKinley is back of tho whole scheme and it iis but a sample of Mr McKinleys enchantin methods Such evident effort to secure Southern support will fall to effect The South has too long known the evils of Republican rule to bo cajoled into old ing in its perpetuation Chicago Dispatch kMrs Hayes tho only nurvlvin daughter of Jefferson Davis will altcn the Louisville Confederate ReUnion Gen Gordon has appointed her dough tcrSponsorfor the Sout- hI 1 I Who Killed Goobel Tho grand jury in its investigations aI to the assassination of Goobol most cur tuinly has brought forth very daniagin- evidence as to certain of tho prisonersI under arrest having guilty knowledge I of tho killing both before and nft rtho factBut so tar as 1ms been made public there is no direct evidence as to tho one who fired tho fatal shot Oultonaiul tljknowto what they have tee understand why they do not know whu IRlIUhldoubtI they will sorer tell unless other c1u r are obtained to force it from them Goebel was killed that U n known toot und his murderers should ho pun- Ished No innocent man should suffer and no guilty man should bo shielded In partisan bitterness there is somq anjj get of the former and there r much evidence of tho latter = yll A Candid Candidate jII 0 The following unique and interesting announcement tor ofllco appears ifrthe Waynesboro Ga True Citizen 1 To tho People of Burke county I hereby announce myself us u candidate for the office of sheriff subject loth Democratic primary My announce is not tho result of ovcrpiRinaMon n tho part of many fiends but pro ceeds from n desire to hold tho olHco because I need the money and am will tag to servo tho public faithfully and to best of my ability for the compen nation that the ottico affords I do nott ask n life rotate in the office but nhnlit be willing to give place to another af u reasonable term of service Your servant WALKER MCOATIIBUX i a i oe Your Local1 j llllrii Tho local paper of any neighborhood to the one which contains tho iev H about the 1people of that nelghborhot 1l or city says tho Western Advertise Tho persons and places mentioned there familiar to its readers They arc I interest to these readers in a way thi t the contents of no other newspaper I It deals with known subjerrbt and pe sons There is a feeling of ownership i relationship If you please that mngn fits the interest in all that the public Won contains Tho local paper ill tJ r paper of tho family It is rend by f there mother the girls and by the bdj 1 When the boys and girls leave tVb homestead and new homes IU norm tho local paper U one of tho tifrst thin secured for the comfort of the now nix Wo often sing How Deayio My lIe uro the Scenes of My C uldhood ai wo might add with vorjr good grfco ai much truth How der to DIY berirja the newspaper of DIYIllhood J ambitious boy who fina home a I held or labor in the bi tY will i J with emotion tho paper from tlochome town It turns back She tmll of years and opens the pages of MjKmS lifo again It brings as no owner j prz1 cation can tho memories of the dut gone by the faces long forgotten and he little postofilco on the corner Few pub i ushers of these local ipapers in tho small j iiI or town realize to what extent they m i flucnce tho town and neighborhood ui IfworFIJever t f =In a letter on What to Eat the i writer says A lovely woman may take any mrt of a dinner tolerable but to ally appreciate a good dinner a me i wants men alone at tho table He ay rJJ l immunsdYbut I i thban j in a few days an order will be issued de barring them from the use of tho mats informationt these divine n month or more thdrbusinesssowoll i r 1 purpose of the official to institute a general raid An exchange has the followln In regard to tho hustle coming back iitot i When asthersadthenintownpapeiheros fqrtheJorhnpsI you loolugi andhowlyour whiletowelshUlltWaback otingsWlllrIfi clean yourhardestwear a smile and remember you miss things that thewhen ustylerheumatlsm nmanattack rheumatismwill demoornohitsneverbeeuPain tithundredsgthisstatementrellev4thoi itaffordsmany times eta Oowluckrnandruggists Lifer t NoticeAll persons indebted to Saudors Reeves by note T aspermho pat ell to settlethe rcqout withSept5 T A Fast lilcjclo filmier I Will often receive painful cut I llnoklonAruica 1gI Lips Burns Ulcers nUll Piles Cure SolllbyTko Best reed her Intellectual Thought No man can tote Intelllganlly unUan 1he thinks Intelligently In thlI time Of wnrsaml rumors of wars Dm greatae- aid ff- lolntHlc nL thinking anti the titut food for Intelligent thought IU that mews paper which I li greatest nail but Important pnllilcul Istneal are tlitlly growing more Important An Inielligenl J tinilentiinJiuK of the policy ofa nation tobeI err cltlsen to thoroughly inform liimoelf on the dayThe la the telegraphto ofjbusdomesticdenied fact The PItlitdatPH UiQUMed Now IU the time to tub urlb for the bell medium of keeping In ikmiSleeklyNu tcsvl worthy of attention U the lie iuhtlcn Sunder Magnxlne It Ili replete tacit lame with the llfot of speciall artlelca written by the heat of literary talent Its beautiful halt tone illustration have already made It lemon anti their quality rrcaervetlNe attraction art lliu lratdt andenlargedI upon In a I manner fl1l41e the hlgb prUil tuiza since Ilvents of current lntcret are eel unh Itn CDtxrtatnlng ilyl There tn bu mer IIn its pazr too cudl for tbe bandit eftU ladles Inn latest Paris fashions an racK week fisquUltely illuilratrd and de wrlWll The Republlea Sunday Maz sin laI Ntandanl Tin ub4oripion price of the hlms Weekly Republic la l per year Tbe Ite yearIbtbI terjp low price of 8160 for one year To secure this low rate both moat be ordered and paid far at the tame elms Address all orders tn THK HKtUUMO l Loulll 31- 0Faraers Free Cohan Under this heading will hereafter ho published uoticm not to axcttxl 0 linen wioh from fanners who aro nubscrib productscup one wishing to pastern took call on o L Host For IoAs good a small farm as there iis in Wwtcrn KentuckyD Toouiw =L FUR SiLE tilorIueS anyALAIC oanluld this spring Bay black mane and dil nearly 10 hands high well bred and fwrfectly gcntlo anybody can drive hfml Will soil one or lath for cash or M A MCDAXIKL I Stato Line VERY STABLE OPPOSITE R It DEPOTIi I SHAWnFirst class turnouts buggies surreys cnrriaucri wife teams KO Customers krved with courtesy und lItenCtI pa 10ei Cash Book Store iSplendidi1 NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS c tiI elCallpa thing up to date eaei wiMARY GoBId IMUett Successor to Wm Diestelbrtnk Fla i ncAtra IN Fancy Groceries1 and Provisionsh011u XU1tJUIKY cd XlfANFREE HT DBWVBHY a to ug PIIO 8tore No 94 Ices Iinoe V No M J II araII K T TVIXK Preit C A H6LCeHBE T Frttt W C JOHX80X Ulla XICIM1AINt 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ANNOUNCEMENTS I ILLINOIS + CENTRAL + RAIL- ROADCALIFORNIA vTA NEW ORLEANS From Cincinnati and from LoiilifllU even Monday cant Friday From Chicago erory Wulaeedsy Personally conducted SanFranohecoI lion with the Soutbera Iaoldo Cease lion made with dally trals out or New LimitedOjleanabern Pacific glying special through lenlie to San Francisco FULL PARTICULARS concerning all of the above can be had of eeldressingALouinllle A P LIVELB- lacksmith and Undertakere DIOKMAN KENTUCKY GIVE ME A TRIAtwben you want Ila eolnllIUndertaker GoodsCommon UosewooJ and Solid mack 1IOlldable prices 0nsioa am Shop near the Jail p