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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w n- ti I a tJI j I F a I iJ t r t- c tr t f I 40 H j I 1- Fi 0 iUI K p S t 11lNI t C40 JRIE711z z q J oit r 0 K- a ij r rtI It OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN tESTEE2Sr KENTUCKY c ESTABLISHED 190018rd VOL XXXV NO 26 i To Close at7 PM Zi1000We ofIf7oclocke 11 contlnuoSaturdaycommenolnl k OJhlIJ A W iSBLU80N Dry Goods lncariost1YLORI Good Clothing BALT2KH DODDS ROOKIlSATIIUELKKLbi I oes- HHcIICl lrcccIIIIX I J IlChwAX Kv May 21 1100 Oounoll net In nailed wwsion Pros fAJwglllDayilleTho Mayor nUited tho object of tho mooting to ho to corwldflr a prllUon against thiv KQforccincnt of the amend pertalnhigtimajority of JhojcgalJ yotmx of tho city mI on motion made and cnrrktl tho oper ntlon of tho titcflk ordinance WM sus tended The following ordinance wan inlro ducvd rend ordered spread upon the record published unit lay over until tho acct regular mooting The City Council of the City of lUck man do ordain us follows That tho ordinance known us tho Stock Ordinance bo repealed entirely On motion the complttint of Uio U B of R aq to their tuwc nlont fetusesf wad defied until tho next regular nieeUng On motion Council adjourned Attest 110 UHf Clerk Stock Law Rustled ThoCily Council in called sawlon on Wridnewiny rojwalcd thoontiro stock law the voto being unanimous A petition representing a largo majority of the vo tens of tho city won presented asking tho repeal of the cow law and tho discus a4on renulling led to a repeal of the en tire fitook paw So tborctow hogs and cow can run nt tolll without fear of molestation from thogltynUUiorltieale- lsee sw rsstaW KdwardCusic n Washington county farmer was dismissed by United States Comniiiwioncr Boldriok itt Lebanon having boon arrested by the Federal au thorllioB charged with violating the poa tAl laws Ousie wrote to Klbort Downs M n postal card tolling him ho must settle n certain debt or bo would go to law with It Indictment Scrreil Max Kanffmau and Lev Kanffman proprictcni of tho Salvage Wrecking Store in tho Brown block havo been indicted by tho grand Jury for Boiling goods without license Tho indictment wad served today by dcputYlhozi Car bondwithtrial will como ap next September term of circuit court Fulton Loader The Seining Law The law agauit seining in this Stato U an follows That it shall bo unlawful for any person or persons to catch or destroy tlah in any of tho running waters lakes or ponds other than i dip net drag or trap except streams forming bound ury lIDo between this nllll other States Anyone thus offending shall on convict ion shall bo fined iu a mm not leva than lwonty livo dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense and cost of pros ecution KILLED LAST SUNDAY AT MT ZION CHURCH L UKAYES COUNTY A tragedy followed in the wake of nn enjoyable days religious service at Mt iron church near Sedalln Graves coun ty last Sunday A well known young man named John Pryor became involv ed in a row and in tho midst of an as Hctnblago of the four or tlvo thousand lCOlllo who attend ed the foot washing caused a groat commotion Constable Oeorgo Wilson undertook to quiet tho belligerents and according to an eye witness ho was knocked down and bruised in a painful manner by Pry or and two of his friends Whoa tho officer nroso ho shot and killed Pryor La ter ho wont to Mayfleld and surrendered himself 7 1 TUB Methodist General Conference after balloting nearly n week elected tho Rov Dr J W Hamilton and the Rev David II Mooro to bo bishops The Conference also decided In favor of ad milting women to tho General Confer once G THE Leuislatures ot twenty eight States have approved tho proposition to olect United States Senators by tho poe plo Yo wonder tho United States Son ators do not caro to vote upon the sub mission of a constitutional amendment opening the way to that method of election L4jr S fELLISON Visit Ellisons I 3 BIG STORES I Dry Goods Floor Millinery J 9 tLac xes Fine J j OCsE r t foil of r 0 a a y2w Ito 000 It If 1 CLOTHINGI i J IJ C tf I f Largest stock in veNr Kentucky v J I ATS1t1 1ri 7 Latest styles in Stra Goods t it bBig Stock of SHOES 1 5 j SHIRTS fo r lJNOERWtlAR tw NECKWEAR iI Groceries delivered free q ickmiervice f t V Jj T Cook stoves for wood gasoline r wantLyour tradeII JOFFICIAL CALL Coagrciilotinl xccutiro Committee to Meet May Sib Fuwox KY May 2L Tho Democrat Io Gzeoutivo Commlttco of tho First Congressional District of Kentucky comiKMod of tho chairmen of tho thir teen counties of said District Iis hereby ClUed to convene at tho Palmer IIouso in the city of Paducah on the 2Gth of May 1000 nt 2 oclock p m Man AvKriS Chmn Stone Still a Democrat It having been reported in the papers that lIon WrJ Stone former Con gressman from this District had attend ed the Republican Convention at Louis villo and affiliated with tho Republican party that gentleman has written a letter to tho Paducah News pronounc lug said report a mistake or a deliber ate lie as tho case may berlb says My Democracy Is ofBO pure ft typo and has been so thoroughly tested that com fug in contact with Republican politi clans and being courteously treated by them does not give mo tho rabies nor dint tho luster of my politics In that I nin different from tho average howler of tho day POWERS ARRESTED But Freed by the Judge John Powers brother of Secretary of State Powers under indictment as ac cessory to the murder of Goobel but who has evaded arrest was qupturod by the Sheriff near Barbourvillo His at torneys swore out a warrant of liabous corpus and filed a pardon signed by Taylor as Governor County Judge Wyatt republican recognized the par don as valid and turned him loose A largo number of oxConfcdcratcs paroleColion at Louisville nnd be in command ot cannotlive L P W S tElISON CeHHUN Queries The blank schedules to bo used in tho next census arc now being distributed by the Census Office to the enumerators who will start to work on Juno 1 Tho schedules contain questions which some persons may think prying purposeless or excessive In number But their number and character havo boon determined by Congress not by tho Census Office and all of them have been asked in pre vious censuses Tho only important change since 1890 w that some questions have boon abandoned People aro often offended at the ques tion How old aro your and aro apt to wonder what use the Government can mako of their replies Taken as a wholeI tho replies are as Important as any classI of information tho Census Office collects Ago returns penetrate and elucidate every other brunch of statistical knowledge They show where child labor iis prevalent and where tho proportion of persons able to support themselves is largo or small They reveal the great number of colored children slid the short lifo of tho ncgrocd under present con ditiona They make it possible to ascor thin whether tho average length of life if increasing or decreasing how many men the nation contains who aro capable of voting or of bearing arms and wheth er tho relative number of children is in creasing or decreasing Sonic mothers may shrink from stating tho number of children they have had and tho number who are living But from tho answers to these questions Uio country will learn whether tho native American population is holding its own or whether as somo have claimed it is being gradually supplanted and displac ed by tho children oT recent immigrants In the light of such explanations and questlonsperhaps bo clear to tho public that no question has boon ordered I or has been asked by the CensusOrefce which if properly and correctly answered will not load to suggistlvo inferences regarding tho Amorlcanipeoplo and their work t +Reports of Tonnes eus wheat crop received by Commissioner Paine innl cate a loss of at least 00 per cent1 1 1 l V Coverings I I Soldiers Gone All tho soldiers on both sides at Frankfort liavo been dismissed and our State capital uronco moro under civil government no militia to obstruct Interfere or Intimidate Taylors Adju ISTnt General turned all tho States guns over to Adjutant General Castleman and ho hind them stored In tho State Ar senal The two Generals exchanged per sonal cfullhnentsI1 iINDIAN RELICS t Q tines tlicd tko Other Day lij a Hick liwaHL Country farmer Wli Iqplowidg last Monday in a field on tbi Jos W Craig place near Mt Morii i Hickman county John NI Craig turned up a bed of 05 Indian flints shaped something liko arrow pointnd they were so placed in the bed ato indicate that they had origi 4nahy been m somo kind of a vessel which Probably molted to duet again as tit ro was a peonliar clayty mold arose tho flints They formed crown shape circle In tho earth Tho laud on wi ch tho discovery was made was clcarti 70 or 80 years ago by a Mr Ay dolor Further examinations will bo made hero in tho hope of uuei thing other liarPaducah News Another Leo Nailed J prom Bardwell Star It reported that Dr J B Dillon of Alexindcr Ky informed mo when I1 went to his houso for the purpose ot at fond 3 John Daltons funeral that he Dr Dillon told 1110 that John Dalton died wth tho smallpox and for mo not to atfaad the funeral that I had reported itaieoslca purposely for tho small conlllI t t infaw as lie tnndo out of wholo cloth I toot a chill and was confined to tho bod rf r Dillons the day Daltou was bmirl and was not able to goto Val tows moral and was not able to re turn mo until the ug=t day t HBuectt- yfti fi A t r i i r r i it i ar r p r i i f w ACTIONS AND WORDS Present indications aro that tho peo plo will havo tq choose between actions and words as guides in judging of the sentiments of tho Republican party in tho approaching campaign- It has been evident for somo timo that tho Republican national platform would I contain an antitrust plank strongly tom 1 pared by the trusts contribution of eJO 000000 to tho Republican campaign fund Now it is faintly possible that the platform will also contain a plank voicing sympathy for tho Boers in their war with Great Britain An antitrust plank in tho Philadel phia platform oven though coupled with I a trust slush fund and an endorsement of the present trustproducing tariff reg ulations would probably fool somo pro 1 Pie who havo not learned to trace tho relation between the tariff as a suppres tor of competition and tho trusts in tho samo capacity Few would however be- fooled by a plank In tho Republican plat form expressing sympathy for the Boers Tho entire conduct of tho administra tion from tho timo when hostilities woro first threatened until tho present has been one of antagonism to tho Boors It fear of Boer sympathizers forces a sympathy plank in tho Republican plat form n plainer stamp of tho insincerity will boon that document than on an antitrust plank SU Louis Republic AUCTION SALE I On Saturday the 2d day of Juno 1900 I will offer for sale 300 head of STOCK SHEEP to be sold in lots of 10 head at- m stock pens in Woodland Mills Tenn to tho best bidder Terms of sale will bo on timo until Aug 1st 1000 with good note or 0 per cent discount on salo for cash Sale will commence at oclock This will give every farmer u chanco to got what Stock Sheep ho wants and iiay for them out of his wheat crop Any ono wanting to buy privately come and get what you wart right away at low prices You all know sleep arc high but m prices are low tore want tostock tho country so thero will be something to ship out next spring and bring better profits than any thing you can interest your money inJ W MARTIN dn i 1 II DEMOCRATS WIN Beckham is the Goreraor y Says the Highest Court in the i Land t Tho Snpromo Court of the Untied States handed dowa its decision Mon day In tho Kentucky Governorship con test deciding that Beckhaw democrat Is tho legally elected Governor TRillII means that Taylor republican shall step down and oat aad that Beckham democrat shall io the Governor el rentncky until his SBCceMor shall bo duly elected and qualified It also means incidentally that all the mi nor stato o eersII tho same courts There caR be BO doubt now but that Taylor will dimta his militia that all tho Republican ctaba ants will vacate their poriUoaa and that Governor Beckbams avtbortty as i Governor of tho State will be resfeeted tt- by all the courts and people Under tho law Beck only being Lt Governor there must be aa elsettea for Governor at the next general the tin which is in November It would be better for the State and people if the bitterness which charactered the last campaign could be obliterated and the a ensuing election foeght OK a higher plan But we fear the poiticlaas will orco a renewal rjtho personal blUer c news and abuse L unfortunateicomforting to the best class of cittsea ishlp to realize that the coarte are sot wholly party blind bat are capable of decisiaasrAs forinstancen1st Tho Stato Etectwa Couoiaiaskw composed of 3 democrats awarded a de icWen in favor of tho Republicans 2 democrats so voting 2 Tho Legislature was democratic and awarded tho decision is favor at the Democrats but before the awaaai nation of Goebel the terrible excite meat tko dire ilon of the LtgiaUtwre well bcMevcd that a a1Sr ef crats intended to vote to coaflnn Tay lors certificate- S S Tho appeal to Judge Taft a repab Bean ot tho U S Circuit Court sus tained tho democrats 4 In tho decision of tho Court of ap ppea19 the Supreme court of tho State composed of 4 democrats and throe republicans two of the Republicans vot tag with the democrats 5 Tho Supremo court of tho United States is composed of nine Judges a majority of Republicans and now this court decides in favor of tho Demo crats 5 positive 3 approving sotao points and dissenting on some points and ono Jndgo Harlan prOCHmCcd in favor of the Republican contention Judge Horlau is a Keatackian a Very able lawyer but probably somowhat af fected by Kentucky Republican bitter ness 1 Requisition Refused Gov Mount of Indiana refused a requisition from Gov Bcckham of Ken tucky to turn over to Kentucky officers Chas Finley exSocy of Stutowho LJ indicted in this State on the charge of being an necessary before tho fact to the assassination of Gov Goobel The pa I pen were regularly and properly made out and issued by Gov Bcckham since 1 tho decision of tho United States Su promo Court Gov Mount refused with out giving reasons therefor Ho did ask tho Kentucky officers if tho Ky grand jury that returned the indictment was not Democratic How the Court Stood o The Supreme Court of tho United States has sustained the title of J 0 tucky In an opinion by Chief Justice W Bcchham to the governorship of Ken Fuller in which four other Justices join ed tho court held that tho case was not r- f one for Federal jurisdiction and dismiss cd it Justice McKenna and Justice Brewer filed separate opinions in the lat ter Justice Brown concurring They agreed In the conclusion but ono held that tho office Is property and the oth ers that the court should have accepted jurisdiction and then decided for Gov Beckham A dissenting opinion was fil ed by justice Harlan the remaining I member of tho bench who contended that tho court should have accepted ill risdiction and sot asido tho action of the Legislature and the verdict of tho courts and should have given the oflleo to Tay lor Oourier JournalrHERE aro tho national tickets nominated up to the hour of going to press Bryan and Towno by tho Populists i Barker and Donnelly by tho IfrpulietS Harriman and Haves Soclalistto Demo erotic Swallow and Woolley Christian J 4 0 C t S nl I 1WINE laurels to lav oer the Dine and the Gray spread wreaths whore out heroes rest Let time sung or the North echo back from the South trt- he love that IB truest and best Twin wreaths for the tombs of our Grant snd our lc one anthem for Jackson end Meade end mho flag above you Is tho banner for mo onb peoplo In name and In deed t Clasp hands oer tho graves whero our laureled ones ll t clasp hands oer the dray and the Blue oday we are brothers end bound by a tie that the years shall but servo to re flew By the side of the Northman who peace tullY sleeps where troploal odor arc shed- i lion of the South his companionship keepsone flag oer the two heroes spread Weave tokens of love for the heroes In blue weave wreaths for tho heroes In Bray Clasp brotherly hands oer the graves that are new for the love that Is ours today A trinity given to bless to unitedthree glorious records to keep And a kinship that never a grievance shall sever renewed where the brnvo are asleep Spread flowers today oer the nine and the Gray spread wreaths where our ho roes rest Let the song of the Xorth echo back from tlie South for tho love that U truest and best Twine wreaths for the tombs of our Grant nnd our Lee one hymn for your father and mine- D tho flag you adore Is the banner for me and Its folds our dead brothers en twine- S E User In ChlrflRo TimesHerald E It E S the flag Polly nlut it a beauty v Lovely Grand paH be decratcd splendid My rose bush lids two roses and three buds You aint goin to pick tho buds Didnt grandpa die for our country Didnt we live till mother died on his DECORATING GRAVE pension I think a whole bunhel of buds wouldnt be too much Jack was glad roily did not know about the tenbent flag he could have g tbe had thought five cents enough to spare out of their scanty earnings when making the but after that speech he felt small What if he were but a bootblack earning a most precarious living and folly making only nn odd dime now null then by scrubbing n floor or tending children for the neighbors Jack wisbedliehad done more for soldiergrandfather Hut a thought struck him Oh Polly I Kll tell you what Ill do For tomorrow Yeti I You know Itll be years be foro we get a monnyment for grand pa for we must get un eddlcatloii first und though the Hagll showit n uol diere grave I think folks ought to know more Well Ive learned to print real clear und Ill print a real nice headstone and well fix It down on the grave anti folks ll see it for that day anywayThats splendid you do haud Ill yet supper Jack rushed out for stiff brown pa shoJlkceper1yhoe lie intended to do gave him two largo Kheete of manilla paper and showed him how to use the grease Crayon thereby saving the boy from Inumncr nble spatters of ink Jack purchnsctl the tencent ting on the spot and returned with his prize We can eat dry bread awhile Im1 nald us his sister looked doubtfully at the ling thats my buds Planning to write n headstone was one Ihing quite another to do it We cant say Voted for Its gain to be staked down how would you begin Polly My teacher says PpJJyV teacher wa her unfailing staadard lfyouie writing tc just tell what youve got to cay as short ns you can Lets see und Jack printed rather crookedly but clearly i JOHN DOYLE Wounded at Bull run DIeD at I3 Charles Street i Do you remember whcnhe died Jack nuked glntl to rest awhile but delighted with his progress Why I WAWlt born Tock nut cant wo say his loving grandchildren have havttlxed tips to his mem ory Why 10111lintel Jack admiringly flints real tomb stony Thats good enough for the monnyment Lets see and Tnek sat with pencil poised then slowly nnd laboriously printed Pollys bright eyes watching eagerly This Is writ by i s i Polly and Jack Kerr i in memory of z Grand Pa t t I Oh Jack Its just lovely Andoh- altIve got tomothlng and Polly her bright netgrowing awcetly solemn stepped to the old bureau nnd opened her most precious possession nn old box which held her peculiar treasures Heres four of mothers hairpins she said solemnly Ive saved cm but theyll be just the thing to fasten down the hcadsone better than bits of wood The children could hardly sleep from excitement llright and early they were about a moment to gaze rapturously on tho headstone nUll to water the precious rosebush which any florist would have admired so per fret write the buds and roses Then Joel started out to black boots and attend to one or two furnaces while Polly washed djshes and tidied rooms for three different families receiving five cents from each At noon they were ready to 8irt the roses carefully wrapped within the headstone lest the sun wilt them the flags carried by Polly It was a long long walk to Krer greens but the childrens rent was due in two days and they dared not spend money on car fare On they trudged the thought of the honor to be done to grandpa keeping Polly tired foot going Hut before they had accomplished a quarter of the dU tance Teak caught sight of a great ex 0 UKANDIAS I purchase stopping press cart coming up the hill Hold on theres a fellow 1 know Hell take UG Inhes firstclass Mr B ho called can y ou give us n lift1 Certainly and the goodnatured expressman drew up for the children Going to Evergreens 1 Why Im tak ing u basket of plants there Ill take you right along And so mucli earlier than they expected lack and Polly had decratcd the old soldiers grave The brown paper was carefully Planed down watt the long wire hairpins Polly kissing each one before she used itlow often mother hind used theta to fasten up the long brown hair of which the chil dren were so proud The flags were placed at the foot the roses at the head und the children stood well sails fied with the results Xow lets go nnd nee sonic of the othureIucrotlonlllIaldJack anti then well come hack again So they wandered from place to place It was the poorest part of nij poorest cemetery yet there were somehandsome gruvcetoncfc and muny carefully kept plots The children much enjoyed see Ing the flowers but agreed that our grave was the best of all The soldiers have covered every bit or the grave said u tall girl in a dis appointed torte I like them to re member grandpa butthere is noth lug for us to do and wo have so many flowersJI have an Idea wild Aunt Mary who always had delightful ideas if tiny one needed cheering Lets drive over tq Evergreens there may be some graves there that we can decorate It is what dear grandpa would wish You remember lie often spid We officer get tin glory hut the pri vales did the work Thats a splendid plan well start at once It was a long drive through raiser able streets but May and her aunt were used to such neighborhood y Ia their visits of charity As soon as they entered Evergreens each watt lied for some soldiers grave teOb nunty theres one I nee a flag Two of them John Jolml Stop I IIt n queer thing What lla ItV nnd Mary knelt by tho children headstone Aunty Aunty the flowers quickly said the impulsive girl her vycH overflowing Oh ft jcould only find Ptlly and Jack terra Aunt Mary came with lilies anti heliotrope hyacinths nnd geraniums rasChcshlhad laid there Smllnx wan carefully wreathed about the headstone und then Mary rose only half satisfied Fortytwo Charles atreltI HUnk we might call there nunty sot today dear wo two ioalafa already Wo must hurry home i Im nfrald wovo lost the way ti5 Xo theres the big cross grandpa is just near there alwnyn know our grave by that hint I dont rememe her any other grave that was dcoVal ed 10111- Jllok could say no more and Poll catching sight of the wreath of fljjivt I ore anti smilax frame at tho same moment the children knelt spent less with nmnzcmcnt Do you think It was angels asked Polly in an awestruck v tce4 No wild Jock sturdily it eras this headstone that did Jt PollyI I Somebody read that That was the proudest moment of Jacks life Polly nodded her head neqiilejcently still too awestruck for wordsAnd by next year we trust have a real one Hut the ecJell on Uon I ft Well do it till said the boy with n new confidence In his powers IBfovr lets take n few of these home to remember the day by They took n bit of heliotrope a hyacinth and spray of umllnx and walked with no theme of weariness theyhadlint been grandpas nnd mathori one ketpItchildren prostounwonted excitement Tho little girl had Just settled down to study her lessons for the night school Jaek and she attended when there onmo a knock at the minor Polly opened I tl and was confronted by two tedlosJ one tall and slim the other = fat an comfortable as Polly told Jnek j There are our flowers rxoldttntd May who lead given her mint jio real till she took her to 48 Charles atreetj Uo you must Iw Polly Kerr v ItitrW1C I This was the l1rst of many iaPr May made to the neat little feam The generals grnnddnnyhta be friended the old soldiers grandchil dren and with her help and oiiMel Jack nUll Polly have It reI Mead tone nl1l1nn education Frances Hnrri in X Y Independent Mrmnrlnl A NattoBs pride a NnU nt I tae A Nations bottleBlorjr Aye these have held an tItem tl came In lyric song and story Hut more than each and mart UMN all Alight with heavenly splaft or The tributes oer hardead Ihdi fall Their requiems low and tent r A Nation wealth a Nation power tier place among the natlots Aye these may win her for en hour A waiting world oblations Hut fadeless and forever fair The reeord God IsI keeping Of Love that lays its tribute where Her toldler sons are sleeping Lalla Mitchell In Good housekeeping On Heaatlfnl MDTllornlnlr On beautiful May mornings I often watch and walt Where lilies of the valley grow beside theI garden gate For when the white flowers open In fragrance and In grace A lovely garland I shall make for my HIIdler1 resting place When I lay the wreath upon his grave on Darorntlon tiny I shall dream of the bright May morning when the soldiers marched away When to all they loved BO dearly they Mid a sad goodby And think how grand a thing It was for their native land to die Mary F Butts In Youths Companion IES iMO RANKS A little band of comrades year by year firing the rid white and bluo To plant with care upon those Ionly graven Each year their rank grow few Mary E Averil- lrecoratlaer Solillrrx fJrnfcr The Idea of Mercurial tiny arlgltiAtcd among the women of Maryland who put flowers on the graves of both fed oral anti confederate long befora thin surrender of Appomattox The women of other states soot begin follow ing the custom The teat airmnrlnl The heat memorial of fur heroic vlrii MONEY STILL AN ISSUE instead nt Ilrlnif Drntl II IN SUn Slorr Alive Than Kver TIll per lstcuct in maintaining that the money Issue Is n dead one tmpllen n wish based upon n hope that it will he dropped If not entirely forgotten If the Iwme IK llnd It JIIIH n very per tlnnclouB way of manifesting Itself as- a corpxe The eastern jrom in com molt withi that of the middle went nnd west Is vary nflioli txvrolseil over the expenditures of public money mnde in the lust throe years In round nom bora the amount equals l6lO00OOQ excluding tho last three months of tho laKt fiscal year Tho nscurtnlmible data from bnicial sojirccs lire an follows ptMAl Year ExpAnd tares 1S1t1 IO2 IH 1SB9 COS87i SS 1900 now months 3TXMIS99 M Total I41 WR7 31 Thill IH nlnrmlng tutu when we von Hitler that the total amount of these expenditures wrung from the people by taxation exceeds by eveml hUll dred inllllonB the total amount of the balance of trade in our favor for the same period of time it IB easy to understand why that balance of trade lists not benefited UN financially why we are compelled to resort to credit money and why the creation of money or Its idmuhtorum IIIIK born turned over to the bunk to provldQ tm with n medium of exchange mif flclent to carry on any business nt nil lion Marriott llrofdun n rcpiibllenn member of congress from ImfliKylva nln IB u man who looks nt figures and teAs figures do not He He unit all its republican coIn roA do not era the lies behind the figure In n speech in the house on Mny X he gives some figure whleh are Included here and should t e added to those set forth In the preceding paragraph HO that the reader may judge of our deplorable financial condition He says The refunding provision of the law are working out tin achieve meat in finances without a parallel In the history of the world and he ulmilta the following officialI state aunt Amount Saving Premium Net reluntleit In Int nfct saving TIf1ttlt loot ire n ai iso Ottt iftgItR tLIIIaii Pears ts07 1Mt7eL7 7fy11908 e4evsF- tvett lOOt eIMale iJiLMe1 4Gm 1R9t1- tam toe 11e i 91 IMtIm 144S1 Mr IIroIltM In IM sear correct an It a poMible for nn abie AmmoWr be i longing to the repMhMMM party to lie which nenrnetw to till truth eon i ti lii irrtilnir na far awry froth It a poMtiblp There iin not only sot a mvinjr In the above oOldal tituwmetkm but M jifcil loss of HMM7dl ROIl lusts tue thlrflgurtss to damnofettate It Two hundred tuul sixty mU1Kfk twenty thouMtlHl anil hevea buwlrMl aid fifty dollar to run UHltl 1999 fsay ten yiHim nt an average later st of four pr efrMt per annHM woabl lemand in Interest seaao7io0 lint this princlp Jean bn ronvrrt fed int uoycar Irand liecrinff two per oont iiitarettt A total Interest for tin JO years nulotintteg to IMJ 124M To th add tits premium paid Ut 011771 budl vw have s grand 61a1 of 182047421 SuhtrnrllHg the 010 007400 Interest oanoclMl OH thi refunded prinoTpnlt and we have n total net dead loss of SSS4111701 or 330 IT 092 per anmfni Taking tie entire national debt nn refunded and Including about 4SV 000000 In premIum paid to land hold era and we have a total dyad loss or n robbery of the people by this unparalleled achievement in flnnncW amounting to 100000040 or five nail oiW thlrtl iiilltlon of dollars annually ICtIlla not necessary to Indicate who receive tIlt benefit of this public plunder We ere in the various pmltlon of a ruin afraid to pay his debts lest he force himself into bankruptcy said ills hub the financial condition of hU creditors Nobody but on aWo finnn cler devoted heart mindsoul to the McKinley problem of govcrnmunt could ever Imagine such n paradox Yet it IIH true Time Issue of the na tional banks in baaed upon tho public bonds and if they are withdrawn there in nothing upon which to rent national bank notes nnd they also would have to bo withdrawn from elm culation whloh would deprive lime country Of the nocetMnry medium of pxohango to transact its litifrtnrM laid would nWui ihprlvo the bunk own hints nnd ntonvy Icndrr of the thou btu Interest which they ore now re ceiving When the nuttier IIn cnn fully thought over It will nppenr that he money question Instead of bolnf lillnd III tuore 0 Ilre Ititan ever before Jn the historyorr thceessnlry I Tin llnniin J ilifiiir lid believes the t orjfantetUtjii 1is the hlef glory of man He electedl Mo inlet by orgoi xntfbn lie orgnn zed his ndmlnlsirntloji He has or gnnlxud tho repiiidicnn party of ron frees MI that it no louwr seems to lava n consclcne lie IIs organizing fht republican no tonal contention so tint It will have no more mind than ii foghorn Ito w11 orgnitlzd the mimic ceding annipalgn A thnVit will have tumult its much utility an n plriteH Ing lie will If hi unit have Isle way hange the whole ilrlt of our Instltti lonn Into a vyniVntod tmpcrlnllftin vhttih U the most t mplu und ofllclcnt ypo of political power known to his cind lloston Indi Iloruld I ThliiKrII lcTlnl1JI idniinhUrmlon and time trusts are the iiardlaitH and cuHtxtium of prosper tty There is no t nlrovor y nbout Mufti + JhoJ grievance Dicingi that Ithey yiinrtltt so carcfulf pimCKinnc of it vpi iQiRt bcyitidtiii Control JOf 1 q PROSPERITY OF FARMERS All Over the Coat of Nunrl tine Into the innii4llnK Tax Mll There is not u single occupation business or profusion to which i nut nttnohcd by tho republican organ this limbo Prosperity livery IndividualI iiinii knows bettor than the ntntull clnnn whether he I Prospurmas or m t mill it la iiBclcts to expect tin njfgrfga tlon of Individuals to loudly eprrn thanks for prosperity when they do not come up to the Inbel Thu notion tits been going nbout that the farmer are nfliiotfd with astounding prosperity tiliiiply because price of tarnI produce have in the lst two or tbrr- years partly recovered train the low level they ronohcd In home ptcylou wars Now the former ought to know and the records of mortgagt t ln time vn roliu cqunty clerks nut recorders of f1eelulenmntrntlthefuc1 that nil these increased receipts If nnylmdy eon allot n bank account dcmonHtrutlngnny increase ore more than iihsorbrd by the Increased price Ihn must pay for every thing for which the funnier exchange hU produce lie must pay tribute to the trust and no Letter Illustration of tho truth of this cnn lit made than li the case of tho American Steel corn puny Six thniiMiid tarn wen thrown out of employment bccaiifeof the Inc of demand for Implement which time farmer could not purchase beau r of their high price If there was ao much prosperity why could not time fnrmer nITord to purchase the neces sary Implements The fact IH that a heavy impost Inlaid upon nearly every thing the farmer needs in his household sell III hits hualneI while the price of Imps own products lire at the mercy of speculators combine cur ner etc Time farmer hna to meet time world prloe In disposing nt Mi prodnet hut he enemutteraadllTrrent state of things when he mines to par chase fur himself The rnnpe of price pet up by tho speculator Is artificial Mali what they gain In the IItuuIRUT market they pocket what they lose they moroileily force the former to Ipay by nn increase of prler In manu facture Thin sdcININK nrosjwrity will he discovered time more ymi look behind It to be a4iyth anti although tho intoforluHMof thereat of the earth 1hew enabled the farmer to djipoto of there of itch prodNct tlMj formerly still there Hn wailitHallans to IN brulwn down trusts to be abolished and the itHflnetnJ system eliminated before the tarter eau really My tint n pwrlixl of prosperity IMM lufn tiMMffH mirdHow sash of the cBeniMHM iHibiHr of teed Iiw our laver tuw r Hchd the fttnwr Hat he been eiwUlwl I s nnlHc hU MortffMgo by payment of the prism eII MIor erea to play the Interval in ill without smearing nn exteeshe ttthin ire tilt wife and ehlMrr better drMMMll tit lifijkfariu In ftn reflewr Ming rwmtttkiH hM he jwrlisrd any hew terprts ciirtnl fHrttlttir for hU howfteltohl IU ho nmhhxl1 to employI mrr help to relieve his aching h- ud those pf hU wife and cklMrrn frost the ardiHtHa halter they watlaiMlly un doge to MC their liaises from the mortgagerWe1 proof of It to that heyoHd the nitre tscasa of existence whatewr hr 1MJr lIMN tssst 110 Into the over expuwllH tax mill whleh In grinding htm tall poverty when he It not imylng Into lklitrulata and onmbtnwi PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS A recent dlkjmtoh lIakl that Ilanna had taken a severe ooW And McKinley naeerrtlCklcngol t keen Iclc At tho close of the llryun rain palgn shout a republican the gold In time treasury was only 0MOJMO now It liti S 4ltn000000 And every dol IAr was taken out of taxpayers pook otshnlfsit them democratic taxpay ers Chicago Chronicle The businesslike mnnnt In which lions Manna Ilit beginning to try the fat out of tho trust and tariff barons Indicates that ho IIs trot going to rely entirely on destiny for reelect prollclneJOl1U8 Senator Hnnnn urges time repub lions to make the mime kind of fight tllOJcUd in JMHJ It IIs pretty well lllooelyflghtbarrel of rjmnoy In several of the states And they will probably re peat till performance In tho coming campaign Savniinnh On New Mark llnmm nays in defense of his ihlpKubdidy steal that wo are paying SJCO000000 n year Into the Pockets of foreign shi invnarH POH slimly Hut If the bill wore passed w should still have to pay tho JMOOOO 000 to foreign amid doinuntle ship owftcra and pay the OOCOCOO bounty hcaldcs Wo are paying quite enouirh ns we stand Indlnnspolls Sentinel Imperialism nail mllltariam urn nynnnytnous tiirms and each Is n good biibcttltuto for monarchy In fnet that is what this movement menu nothing but straight monnrohy nt time point of time bayonet and the mouth of the cannon Tho monarchies want nntlitthen attempt It on tIll American pro isle The thing for the people to do IIK to stop It where it Is now Chnttn nooga News Wo are told tint till lngn n of the cumpnlBn will be MoKlnley mad pros purity Hilt no hdmrlng moan would striket If he were prospering Th prevnllhmg dietitian of prosperity If time large fnpUnlistld corporations are prosper s theJtti c I tr Is not receiving his dust share of the tnehllllrlollnVClitloluwntD I 1 4 r The Plnkhatn Remedies For iNsorttor of thm fominfnm organs h- rIItheft grmal NIIfOWIf- I and ears salI ltm omusm of the jtmrmammmt good shay have fllall sNtd mrm ttobijf for the wommit of tits ootmtry- If all aKit 1 or suffer lifflplrwonillouIihomadto solutely true era the statements aitont LyiH E Ptnkhams Vegetable OomHHHHff their suffer wIIfIhI 1 d Mrs Phtkham oogrnslatt women free of oharge Her atitirsss is Lynn Mass The advice she gives Is mraotloal and honest You can write freely to hart she Is a wo rna WANDERING IN DREAMLAND Mow nn AlurnlMlntlril WOWH Created A Iaucb IH n Street Cur probabfwayrokei and luring and plalllW anti ippllque and motile and things nie that Whatever they may mUD Nfl the 11asking ten Ioit uptownIntlwoody oloco1fiI her pocketbook when eke tconductor cane around fer her tare husk t a leyid Anger and thumb title ear Si the eowpurtownu f the poise eitraeioi a thatfaraway tat fir the young worn 1e row out tt her trance Itat she heM the foulard MRiifte Mt le him with her eyes ON vaael millw rtlbMrY i tkeyr make kcMU and Id Ilk u get my wits a dins eff tINt pies in top taut shes redii MJtmr 801Ute loenreJ tRe itI ailed rs eke did aMatter of Ilcsorytt The man wile brae MlmftpttoZ itIcI1Inot tamkwK far ski llurd lust Ut deans it was that be recall ewwrtWftjt M kM pupai the- piso af tree taU t nit be failed U4 p tBemqrM JM MHfd IIM M wadyshare ta irnst1s wWrk wn in striae fcn i by lkTrMreIlaugh Itr of tile epeeatersUralt eunuL One Night lo Drnrrr Ma Chicago Lemon Pactlte L North Wpt Uh LIne Uelireslo SII1cvest 1ttat ma 1000 every anentlltK ImvtfJCtwl1 endManitou canAllttrain at 10101 Dally New hoefc G I orada imitated mailed wi reoHptefwur ctNertbWfounuetWeUStationArt PHBylranla- Our community has revived a social and 1 MrlllllJenesto areempllemcd artist In JbttAdelrhfa h theHotelaccepted position in Tom John an too aerial parton Meuntville Is Clarion To Curt n Cold IH One Day AUdruralau AtapIn your lungs Indianapolis Newt 1 J It lIII said that dMter never Uke thtlrlW1e bitlattronflldff eml thltii thlttY I Now r Tile hundred I adaslsing f NONE SUCHss Kolhlnr bo1Ueetbensusciesv tfand unu for work like H SORENESSand STIFFNESS Nothing relaxr them atMlmokciI K a pecdy perfect cure lire V St Jacobs Oil Ijf ii 0t l i r j i n t F j J IrGlrtrGC CGGGGCGC1rLr trGGC istir4itfrGL ifctIoMUWI V I i- IillM1 INTERESTING STATE NEWS i M J 1aJJiw3y1 M tit a9 33t 1 rHKI1M3fi 1 W M KENTUCKYBIG Tnylor W O FOURII I I eUennyArSMrclrrt taulftvllle Ky May lOThe rcpubJienn elato oonvHiitloii WUH ended to order at t MBirnott1 rmmtltIce j i IlelurntCllwIthi lmtlllwhilel 31CKlnloyeGme Tnyloniloralo4 I ffloulilleoii ltfruntwns t rI tumJlomrhnlnmHlhavingiMpii nominated llay the state cojitnil iommltlw Jwlrnmn refit talked nt coiifrfdombMt Icnifti In nowptlng the iiuuilnntlon confining his remarks tti ulntc and nntluniil nlfnlru Momb r of tin various committee were the- nnmrd sn trot John MI Ytrkun of Dan lcIItuukyt the cfinunlltee on rwolutlons j While the w afne MilAftlrpart Je flar Taylor rwipondcd first rovtouittl tthe condition of ifflair In tIle state He wan followed bex spectnolJI JlldgeWj nor of tho mailing IoKt of Louisville j lifelong dnmotretM and supporters oft nncllfj tfie cnnvantTuti adjourned IIIMtolnII I CtiHlniHin IrwIn called the evening fission to order at 813 nnd tlio cons i jj thofunolmet on erudtmlinls next 4mle Its re IltrnllUlnntqrDiiH for iwrntanent uhulnnnn and J Q Wood of Montgomery for wrtna nunshininslyu t hriulml by W O lirndley escorted the ponnunent chairman to the clialr Senator Drboo thanked the eonren thus for the honor lie spoke briefly f nail life roinnrkn were reeelTed with John1ycommittee on resolution A Sic wnfntenstlktly a riding vote 4riie resolutions dealt briefly with- ntlonnllilTalrnr They Indorsed Jrttl- dClt MaKlBlfsy owl M mlntlnlnirattoii dieunII fII r lollnlpy They cited the Importance tt Htntet nffalni andt sat forth time par ig duty 9o restore the right of mif frjc to the people of thfs eoniinon nnalUi h Thqy demanded the unconditional I reMnl of the present election law which ttns denounimd at length The wMjrmj of the dtimoorntla majority in iiV jato IcgKlntttn was duuoiuiccd WU oounu of Taylor Mhraliall and all rnviddidtn ulUclnl14 WUK Indnrpeal Who lnduKindcnt voters of Kentucky who had fctdrd wllli the rttyubllonns worn thanked The osItlonH of Sen Afar Deboa nail Congressmen Iugi and turning here indorsed Iublle ccognlllon wax made of the neivlc t fenilcffll by na Gev BratJlny and hili leyiil confrere In the ret lt lonltIIIA In the ooiirtn The rcxolutloni eon ciluiliil by rrcluNltlllj exCJov Drnilley to allow mho repiibllonnH of Kentucky to prMiuit hiM iiiunn nt the ooinliiR1 nil tlonnl convention for vice proiltlent Noinlimtlona for delegnten from the i state at large to the Ihlludelphla con i Tentlon wero then ended for and John AV 1hrdnkmorton of Lexington 110iiI I GeorgIl I I NatIJxmUvlilis and a Sixth district dole jjnto nnined W A Oalnux uolorinl o- LovingtoiJ Judgo W II Bolt of I IMJdorf lionuhmted eUIljreHInnn J Vincent llorBlnj of tho Hlovnth I j I orII I thd national Convention be made by nccliunnfon Tills was carried and i they were named It UIH then decided that the conven t tion sleet two delegates from Do rning Denny White and Gaines and 1hie nnll of counties was ordorcd The ballot rtwiillDd ns followx penny 1gn Onlnc lMV8l White Olt Ho idling 24 Donny amid tdlieo lyre- S dcnlnred elected- MnrninilukeNowdon and Kd Pnrkrr of London were elected presidential trleotorM by acclamation The following alternates were elected Iohn It Kelday of Jefferson i Vm T Morrow of llullhtj CliUH It Login of lluliltt mew W Wallace ot- lttmTho convcuUon then ndjourned Viitunlile foil Clinniffi arias Ixitiluvilll 1Ky May SO Chnrles H fjntlth of Ohlwifjo owner of Ilouten nut tllbson the KiMitiuky Dorby win nor purchased from T C McDowell thin VvrnfOhl elustnut colt llln 15x I cellonoy by Imp KHherKxeelleiixn Tho terms of the italo were hot inudol- iinbllu II Jlnr lrrIIt Mvcry Statute j j I 0 ItanlBlAtni Uy Mny420Clnrlle s rorally Bhotntid Instantly killed Tom Miiym nt McLrocklin B Hvcty Stable I Both men ore colored Cosby cinema f aelf tlcusc I COMMITTEE ORGANIZED el1hr Srir IlPiiiiliUrnu State Central Commuter Ilea ii llnrmonlua IrclliiHT In Iolilwvlllr TxiMiivlllc Ky Jluy toThe new rcjtubllcan state con1Tal committee organizeforthe commltteemcn Were present In person nnd Commlttcemah Llcberth Bakerellnmptonwself bocniiBe he tins accepted an ap pointment In the nriiiy called time iinatlng to urdar- rostumascr linker nominated C M IJurnutt of Ohio county for eelec tlon and he was chosen unanlmounly It Ij Owathmey wan elected ticcirota without oppoHltlon Judge Tins sIcy of Karboiirvllle was elected vice president without opposition W S Tnylor pnipoood Col JIIIIICH llunlcncr Jr of LonlNvlllc for reelection an jtrllIIlUrlr and then was no oppotd Thu treasurer Is not neccMtarily a iiiunlber of time committee thejbut till party law was quoted to show that the contest nest first go before oftltl1idnrltsnot satisfied would have the right ol appeal to the state eontrnl CQinmittec Hlehanl P Knmt and f F StrJgcr representing both motions were called More the commltteu nnd so ndvlvcd air KniHt void Unit Ids committee wan eager for harmony mail that In HM interests he was willing to com eomnuittecin onchalf vote In all proceedings the two commttteeji o come together and JlropollitlonhnelMr HtrJgvr sold that talk of a com promUi was tiselexM lie mild the re publicans were sUrral tip over thf mutter and would iTut listen to n com promlKc lint that he was willing foi the state central committee to decide The cnKe will probably go before that body nt an early date MEETING OF IMPORTANCE Ilrmrrnlln Stnlr Central Committee theaAffairaFrankfort Ky Muy oTic meet- ingl of the ilenioonitio state central hanunIsenI u tttncc bernutttt Uy that time the xu jtrtMnb coiirt Will have pained on giriKiriiiilorlnl contest and If the democrats win the committee will1 likely take nome notion regarding tho nailing of n convention to nominate n candidate for governor Of course the prune object of the- committee meeting litI to fix the time and place for the convention to tend delegate to KIIIIKOH City but the oth er matter eon lw easily brought up and deposed of and the untie conven lion that xelcctH time Knnsan City dole Jthen uould also name n candidate for gtivcrnor KNIGHTS 1 MPLARS TIlt 1lflyTlilnl Auiiun Cnnrlnre In Srmilnn Nt Cyntlilnnn it vell UncI Cynthlann Ky May ISThe Knights iciiiplnn began their 53d nn mini eonalnvo In thl + city with more than 240 knight in attendance from Mayiivllle Covlngton LoulKvllle Lox Ington and other paints in the state Dlvlno services were held at the flap Mbt church at 10 o clock then n march miido to the opera house where isIiixxllng nmdo n speech SIr Knight Ornworf deputy grand commander rcnponding In time afternoon the knIghts were entertained by the Inks and KnightH of PythltiR live hands from different partH of the state fiirnUhlng music The regimental band of Ft Thoman Ky carried oh the honors for being the bent hand In attendance Thcro are now 23 oomnmndericH and n total membership of 2U8T in the state lAVIII llni0 Any Iloetp the AVorliJ Louisville Ky Jlny 80 qharle llcnd Smith owner of Lieut Olbson has deposited a lertlflbd eh9t for 2000 OH n forfeit for 5300061 that Lieut 11111101 eon beat spy horse in the world weight for age nt a mllo and n unit the race to take place after nibKonH stoke cngagemuntH otSrn logo at the track offering the largest purse Mr Smith Raid that he burs no horse In the world Ills Fourth MnrrlnKp IxjiilRvlUc Ky May nTohn S MoAuley und Mrs Katharine Allnut of Jeffcrxonvllle had were worried hero by Rev Mr Colling of Trinity M K church Mr McAuley JH n well known biiHlnexR muumuus awl president of the Ohio Falls Holiness aiooclatlon IK Xot n Cniullilutc- iouls Ille Ky Muy OlIon Oscar Tnrnur fongrojsman from this dis tried hiss Issued n card declining to uiku the race fpr the democratic nomination for reelection He sayn he Is forced to retire on account of private businessSlrnnge llliick liiMCc- tTaylorMllle Ky May 201 strange black Insect IH destroying fruit trees In tho county They appear In count liss numbers acid do murti damiige Kn one knows whn 4t thy urn 6r how toKet rid of the posts CARTER MEDICINE tj Obtain lujancllon IB C IaK 81mB laUD of Lnbr f Brent Good president of tpc Carter Medicine Company yesterday rccelvjU a telegram from his lawyers in sago Informing him that a final inf junction with costs had been granted against the Chicago Label and Box Company This company makes a spe cialty of manufacturing labels boxes etc for druggists The Carter Com parry haBbecn following them through the courts for two years on the com 1I8jmakinghow obtaIned n final injunction with costs and the costs arc very large aIS the cue has been submitted to n Mas ter In Chancery for n final accounting The Curter Medicine Company bps been the llrst and only one to prosecute printers or engravers who have prepared such labels and wrappers It marks a new departure in Infringement cases and their victory is one of great Importance to the whole proprietary trade and also of Interest to retail druggists N Y Press May 2 1000 MU Iota or Peililar Robert Frank the wellknown artiitis a ielfmade man and not until he became self auppnrthg did he have a chance to pursue the regular itudie which most peo ple have in earlier life says the Pldlaie phia Poll When he began dranK for a hiving his Wrkmlln hip was so excellent that he had no dilficulty in Kcuriiifr order One day he delivered tome sketches to an em ployer who said Ilp time by jonnk I want n picture drawn ill a great hurry Jt ii- a iInovel thinjr a boxing Ja wohl answered the artist ifI will have it reedy tomorrow for you You know what a kangaroo Iii of court Frank must have been thinking of an ottrich because he answered with a tom winkia It it a long tall thing snit lots of feddars And Jed 4ra has beenl his nickname ever since Cntnrrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Application at they cannot reach the teat of the diteaie Catarrh h a blood or constitutional dilate and in order to cure it you nnut take internal remedied halls Catarrh Cure it taken internally and acts dirrrtiv on the blood and mucous sar faces Hall Catarrh Cure it not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and u a recular prescription It computed of the bet tomes known combined with the bet blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect com prodUelStarrh Send for testimonials free F OSoldHalls Family Pulsate the beat An Author Want a Chance A publuhing firm recently received the following offer from an anxious autobiog rapher who probably had been reading The Nights I wish to rut my life Burr the puBlic Jf I inn 0e Anuf Out of it to give me a start in the world IledaCriminallife 21 rana Arts ed i times shot at ti times ttleared on 0 balli Con ai arentn llroke 13 JaJei Convicted 7 times Urokc 1 pen and taken 37 Convict with me Waylaid and oho my fathers law twice marned teperaled Jttnf Uirosin1 If 1 oars net a start iri the 1 orlil bra JUUnf mlIfeAnf tblliJpUUIi WID London News eInthe Lake Country of Northern Illinois Wisconsin Shan 1iota and Michigan there are hundreds if the mote chaniuuir Summer Keicn IWI tourlfrom ILaker Wauk4OCODomowoc hbournI abtttfurthern tenac White Hear Minnetanka and 3Iir queUe on lake Superior For pamphlet of Summer Homes fIlr 1000 or for copy of our handsomely iu LakeCountry IIJleAfTordUColonyThere Was a Mlehican girl who notified borrowed COO If she will kind tend the name of the hypnotic school that tunrfd the trick the will confer a favor Os Anxious Iteader lndlanapolitXent tbrpowoHfwhi MARKKT UKIOHT I Cincinnati Ifny 21 CATTLK Common 4 35 1 4 n Select butchers 5 10 m t so CALVES Kxtrau n 1 n HOGSSelect packers 5 20 Qi 3 23 Mixed packers 5 00 1Ii li- SHKKlaChoice 4 35 uJOLAMBS Extra t 00 fi 7 FLOlTIt Sprintr pat 3 05 dl a IMJI OmCOiNo 41 I OATS No 3 mixed v 4 ItYly1o2 1liHAY Cholco MESS 1OHlv timothy4bIS I i 1 IIItG M- IIJUTTKIlCh dairy laYIflj iu riiAPPLESI POTATOES Per brl 1 Jfi tit 1lii TOlIACCOJfovr 5fI1l ri 17 un 0111 e so 6in 7 CIHCAOO FLOUll Win patent B CO il1 TO WHEATNO s rtn TO er rNo 3 spring 02 J1liCOIIN NO 2 CI 7 OATS Xo 2 23 if I UYE Xo S fji v POitK3iess1Q 45 taU u LAUD Steam 0 SO tttIIJ- NBW YQHK FTOHU Win patent JJ 40 Ti 3 s WHEAT No red Eu lji IJOATSXo 2 i LAUD Stenm i 7 o HALTIMOI- UFLCU Win patent 3 05 a 3 R- 11IIfArNo 2 red r tV Southern G7 u 72 COUN No 2 mixed 40Hni 40 27rCA1T1lFirstt HOGS CHtern 580 u 5 00- INDIANAIOLIS WHEAT No 2 71 CORN Xo J rellBB M OATS Nf 2 20 IOczSvriLC- FLOURWin patent 4 W 4 50 WJIEAT No 2 redr 7i COItjMixed 48 OA1hltixeUr tutf- rOUK lessi t rf2 ro LAUD Stcum JJ r 7 00 i I BARBER GOT IT MIXED In llclnllnff a MUle Joke lip After tile Manner ofllU Clad Turned i It Upon Jllmiflf toldaBarUtoeiation LammOaspeechits IlmoftliisaVarynouriplightest en tiregement I will read it tight now That could Ihe one on you Avouldirt it jubPAyou story i about the dlrl l suppied11 Jr youA onllilnextm1tomer hetauueaked himIHat you hoard dot story about the two irty collar dmecuslomerSI IlUlrlonlc Improlinlillttr QuoadsbegginglttroniusaayingtearfullyAhhoweanyeueverforgiveme vinic1us replied lCtreniUII with great deadthudWhereupon the audience which was not IllugbItrahWl A DifferentI Decaratloni tbelursignersdThereslIdioJtCBulletin i d4N d4A d4S d4B LABA8TINB In the original and only durable wall coating entirely different from all kal Bomlncn Ready for use in white or fourteen beautiful I tints by adding cold water ABIES naturally prefer ALA BASTINB for walls and cell ingr because It Is pure clean powdered ages with full directions LL kalsomlnes are cheap tem porary preparations made from whiting chalks clays etc and stuck on walls with tIe ray ln c animal glue ALABAS TINE is not a kalcomlne- EWAREJ of the dealer who says he can sell you the same thing u ALDASTJNE or something Just as good lie tryInarsomethhrheto sell on AtiABASTINETS de mands he may not realize the damage you will suffer by a kalsomlno on your walls PNSIBLG dealers will not buy a lawsuit Dealers risk one by telling and consumers by using infringement Alabastlno Co own right to make wall coating to mix with cold water HE INTERIOR WALLS ot evary church and school should durfL= guards health Hundreds of tons used yearly for this YOrk N BUYING AUABASTINE customers should avoid get ttnor cheap kalsomlnes under different names Insist on having our goods In packages and properly labeled UISANCB of wall passer Is ob viated by ALADA TINE Itcan be used on plastered walls wood ceilings brick or canvas A child can brush It on Itdoes not rub or scale off 8TABUSHED In favor Shun nil imitations Ask paint deal er or druggist for tint card Write us for interesting book let free AUABASTINB CO Grand Rapids inch I IOc 25c 50c r The debilitating drains and discharges which weaken so many women are caused by Ca tarrh of the distinctly feminine organs The sufferer may call her trouble Lcuchorrhoca or Wcakncssor Female Disease or some other name but the real trouble is catarrh of the female organs and nothing else Pcrnna radically and perma nently cures this and all other forms of Catarrh IUsn positive specific for female troubles caused by catarrh of the delicate lining of the organs peculiar to women 1 1 always cures il used persistently It is prompt and certain ROOFING I Clint a Square Ft neludlnq esq and nan REST Red Rnpe KnoBns 8AMITEH FREE TMK FAJMAA1LILA KOOFINO CU l umden1 Do You Know Burahams Hasty Jellycai will utUfae torily answer the question what shall we have for dessert today You have the choice of six delicious flavors orange lemon strawberry raspberry peach wild cherry and the plain calfsfoot for making nine andcoffee jellies Every where Jellycon is having a large tale Your grocer sells it u + +++ + + + I IeiHi I iHE Ap Ir I I111X13 uttt+ ItoCosts You Nothing Extra k To patronize the personally conducted excursions to Cali fornia via the Santa Fe Route A special conductor Jis employ tedby the Railroad Company tltomake its patrons comfort 1 rable A Details of service given os tiirequest i 1TA GRADY ltf 109 Adams Sued ChlcafOi IB 3 or 4Years M lHpeHiknceIs Assured t lfyoutaeuprouthdmeeIn tatlandtrated Pllmptets1rlTlac experience farmers l pdenlrnNtoHInrlmmlgratlnnltawtCanadanTetJo r1JiDdla Fi 1ct1nlfleld RKADKIIS OP THIS PAPER DESIIiINO TO HUT ANVTIIISC AnVKIlTlSEI IN ITS COLUMNS SLTOULD INSIST UPON UAV1NQ WHAT TUKT ASK Yon HKFU8INQ AW HUIMTITUTKS OK IMITATIONS LIVI STOGK GUTS We r1U furnish duplicate of LIVE STSCI CUTS any OTHER CUT shown In any SPECIHEB BOOK below quoted prices for lame- A N KCHOOa NEWSPAPER CO 315 SV AJftU Ht Cincinnati O add tad K i 18t4 1A1VHEX KITING TO ABVJBRTISEK8 please tate that you aaw Ue tlmeat la this paper t A news ink that IS CHEAP is manufactured by The Queen City Printing Ink Co Cincinnati Ohio Who have had 40 years experience in making NEWS INK TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Such as the SP4td of Uw Pms the Testate of the Pptr the Temperature of the Press Room etc It goes FARTHERADDS- to the look of paper and IS CUEAP or at least ECONOMI CAL which is THE TEST for the word CHEAP nit If pHnltJ vUffi THAT nt NEWS INK f lInformation ot 11 teaRupeclntendent I 4 or at or N I + AdvcrUaet I I 1 a t Makes a PapertLOOK THE PART i YOFFETTS Allays lrritatlirtAids altilsfk 1 TDREIT N I N L Makes Strengthen euldu t Teething the the Bowels Child Easy Powders TEETrHNA Relieves the Bowel ftfCests 4 rmell23cMU tt Cr MOFFETT M Df ST LOUIS MO RICH BUT WRETCHEDf Fight on for wealth old Money Bags your liver is drying up and bowels wear ing out some day you will cry aloud for healthoffering all your wealth but you willnot get it because you neglected Nature in your mad rush to get gold No matter what you do or what ails you today is the dayevery day is the dayto keep yourbowels 7 help Nature help you Neglect means bile in the blood foul breath and awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life Dont care how rich or poor you are you cant be well if you have bowel trouble you will be regular if you take CASCA PETS get them todayCASCARETS in metal box cost 10 cents take one eat it like candy and it will work gently while you sleep It cures that means it strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels and 1itDRUGGiSTS AlL I I To any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will send a boi free Address I Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or Kew York mentioning advertisement and paper 451 J I a 1 I iVl 1 i t rv THE HICKMAN COURIER George Tarred C HIGKMAN KY FRIDAY MAY 211900 TAYLOR acknowledges defeatjka the Governors contest und had his tuilitl a disbanded ttttTIlE Louisville Dispatch announce that it will support theRepublican State ticket if one should be nominated tttt Occulpantsappointees will all bo new men and1 herein Bryan has tho advantage ttttA CHATTANOOGA dispatch states that exGovernor Bob Taylor Las just closet a lecture tour of tho west and for tin year just closed has made over am above expense 990000 tttttt Senator Morgan tan get the Nica araguan Canal bill reported to the Senate he may bo able to foroo a vote which will show who are tho friends and who the enemies of the measure ttttTHE three Boer Envoys in this country in the interest of peace nothing Secretary of State nnswere them that tho United States had don e ullit couldthat this country was neu tral ttttWOMEN have been barred from Meth odist pulpits but they may find consolation in tho fact that they are hired out up in Wisconsin to plow thus gaining ono of mans rights where they lose another ttttIT almost looks as though tho cam paign this fall would be equally u exciting as that of 1899 From all over the country the news comes that tho State Conventions of bA parties are all wildly enthusiastictttt TUB Oourt ot Appeals has decided In a case from McGracken county that a Justice of tho Peace may open an office and issue processes in a district other than his own but all courts must bo held In his own districttttt JUDGE LocmiKNs decision declaring that Porto Rico Is a part of tho United States Is on appalling blow to the ad ministration They will refuse to act under it but the people will take note of the opinion of the judiciary on th 10 subjecttttt THERE is one church for every 387 people in the United States Bosto has one for every 1000 of her popula tion and Minneapolis one for every 1j 604 Twenty four million people Attend church in tho United States every Sundayfit t Tiia Courts having declared Beck ham Governor it must follow that all of Gov Taylors action and exercise of authority since tho day Goebel took the i oath of office aro illegal No expenses L byLpayers ttttMAY 10 was the limitJor the an nouncement of other congressional can didates in the first district Ohas K Wheeler is tho only Democratic candi date all others being now debarred The congressional committee will meet again in Paducah May 20 to further complete its worktttt THE sixteen electric floats built i New Orleans at a cost of 143000 have been sold to Denver for an exhibition there and they will be sent to Wichita Kas for the next street fair They aro tho first electric floats built in tho world and were used with great suc cess at the carnival at New Orleans ttttTux famine in India is growin- worse It is now stated that there ore over 03 million people dying from starvation and disease in that country WeI can hardly appreciate tho awfulnees of this statement until wo remember that the entire population of the United States is about 77 million India is on I of Englands coloniestttt Time sale and transfer of tho FranklinI Favorite one of the best of the South ern Kentucky democratic weeklies announced J R Collier the heavy weight veteran has taken 3COO andI proposes to go into Osteopathy while the Hodby brothers have taken tho Favorite and will continuo publication as a strictly democratio paper Success to them ttttMAYBE that announcement from Jest lug Jerry Porter that ho will run for Congress ou tho Republican ticket i the First District is not a joke after all says the Louisville Times Jerry is a drummer and in these merry days e trusts drummers are finding their occu Patton like Othellos gone Therefore it behooves Jerry to look to the future and he knows that a defeated candidat for Congress in a Democratic district Is good any day for a gangers job if tho Republican national ticket pulls through a LOCAL NEWS I Remember tho ball game at Kirks Park this evening Thu homo team will ploy the Fulton boys air Now style Hats for Bib Well worth 75c Furnishing goods depart ment RICK 8 NAYLOR The Silver Service from tho people of Kentucky will be presented to the U S battleship Kentucky Juno U Tho Magistrates of Graves county have purchased eight machines and other equipments tor road mating John T Moore convicted of killing Fluve Goldaby was taken to the pena tentiary at Eddyvllle An effort will be made to get the Governor to pardon him C3L I want to buy Beef Cuttle Sheep Ohickens Eggs Hams Bacon Lard most anything you have to sell T A LKDKOIID lion Chas K Wheeler is author izing tho announcement of hIS name as a candidate for Congress at the No vember election in certain partisan pa pers The Moscow base ball club crossed bats with tho Shaw club of this city and went down in defeat by a score of 17 to 18 Saturday afternoon at Kirks Park An exchange says the seventeen year llocusts are about due Myriads of them may be expected early next month They will keep the air alive with their singing This is Presidential year which whodthe country while their crops may need cultivation 1OTATO SLUtS For sale byMns M V WAIKKIU The only eclipse of tho sun for 1900 visible in the United States will take place Monday morning Nay 28 com mencing about 090 oclock and lasting for over two hours The Hickman county court having about completed tho business of the term will adjourn to give lawyers and all interested an opportunity to attend the Confederate RoUnion at Louisville ClDy the way said the Cornfed Philosopher I think I may take ad vantage of this being the gardening season to remark that there is often very little difference between a budding ge nius and a blooming idiot The Jury In thff Murphy Will case decided that the will sought to be pro bated was not tho will of tho late Dun lap Murphy An appeal was asked for This case was before the court when tho Courier was issued last week Circuit Court adjourned to its next regular term in September The Council when the will of tho majority was clearly made known through petition as to tho cow law promptly bowed to tho people and repealed it If nil in this county would as promptly heed the voice of the people represene Dei When the census enumerator pro pounds these questions to a single wo thenland What Is your color Your sod Ago at last birthday Day month and year when born Aro you single married widow or divorced Number of years married 1 How many children 1 Number of children living l1 If you want Style especiallyQuality MISSES AND OHILDRENS SHOES it will pay you to see our lines RICE dt NAYLOR t Cash Shoe Store Hon Wm Lindsay Kentuckys big Senator has formed a law partnership In New York City will move there After March 4th next The stylo of the firm is Lindsay Krcmcr Kalian and Palmer and their offices are in the Lords Court Building 27 William St There will not be many heftier Attor neys in the great metropolis than Wm Lindsay A Missouri paper with an eye to the eternal fitness of things torrential will be run as Jesse James would run a newspaper The plan is to send an holdnup all delinquent subscribers The poor man has a world of trouble before him and we advise him to be ou his guard cause he cant Ford to be careless A IAN from St Louis recently rode in an electric car in Cape Town Africa with eight other Americans from different parts of tho United States The car was made In Philadelphia the rails in motorgman was from San Francisco and the conductor from Boston In tho friendly competition for the trade of tho world this country in beginning to take its share Here is a pointer for our merchants The business men of a Minnesota town dayInprizo farmer who drives tho greatest distance to town on business No tramp will bo considered lie must market some hogs or some products of the farm or do some tradingeither buy somo hardware or patsronizo the doctor or tho dentist He must prove the distance ho came and tho farmer who made tho longest trip gets the purse It has proven tho draw tog card for tho town and men with their families como a distance of forty five miles or more Tho Hessian fly problem hue been solved according to newspaper reports A farmer in the central part of the State thinks ho has discovered how to keep tho fly out of his wheat at moderate ex cominguup common over half a field leaving the other without any Ho used about n bushel off salt to the acre Ho says it worked like a charm Tho part of tho field salted has a Rood stand of wheat entirely free badlydamagedPievented damage from fly by sowing a barrel of air slacked lime on fifteen acres aa soon as tho wheat came up re peating the process at intervals of a few days The Right Wayy iMVONLY WAY In TILE our Store wishes disappoint you is In wing you just a little better of everything than von are led to ex sect from the prices Wo want you to feel that its tho LEADING STORE under all con alwaystheat That our policy In appreciated by thrifty buyers we have every evidence 1 f Early Spring Specials I Elegant Bed Lounges from S1000 and upward Oak Hall Trees Inly 8800I Iron Beds from 700 to 1600 YOUVE HAD trut ITEMS IN MINDyour- Spring house cleauelag baa only intensified their need J 1F YOU KNEW you could secure them at such reasonable tho1wouldsince It Isnt boo Late Now 1 Its really an excellent swath for their purchase r Just ourbusinC8t1 atilt Remember we have the huge Stock of UNDERTAKJaRSIGOODSIn u XcKUleji Health asses Wry Naw YORK May 23 Republican members of Congress who were in the city today said that tho selection tf a candidate for Vico President to run with president McKinley was a perplexing problem and that a new and serious phase had been given the question Thia Is caused by the state of the Presidents health Tho information that comes from Washington is that while tho Presidents condition is not alarming yet it is of a character to cause uncasi nasa among his intimate friends to whom tho true facts an known They will not oven breathe a doubt that the President is likely to servo four years more yet they are satisfied that more than usual care must bo taken In providing for the Presidential succession A JUt Salary Dot Tho New York World estimates that Rockefellers dividends this year will be twenty millions of dollars and from other sores fiftyfive millionsa total of seventyfive millions that the people will pay him to keep him supplied with tho necessities of life so ho can work tor them I You may think this a rather heavy salary to pay one mana salary greater than all the crowned heads of Europe draw But it la not too great a salary Rockefeller U doing more for civilization than ho or you realize He is doing moro to concentrate wealth jn the hands of n few to snow that private property must centralize in the hands of tho cunning to prove that doing business on a small scale Is so wasteful that it cannot compete with busiuew done on a gigantlo scale to force pea busmesstho social agitators of tho nation Funny Isnt Jt t paltalJudl1ciaryThe people own and operate the high ways streets and bridges The people own and operate the tax system Tho people own and operate the systemThe own and operate the pris onsystemBut fools who suggest that the railroad and telegraph should be added atllUglcialist Whllu In Town Call in at E E Reeves Cos and HO lluggllJYoungof mard t I r ftELOQUEST1 WORDS Spekea ky Mr KicbarJita la TrlUte I to Unit During tho ceremonies In the House tart Monday relative to the Grant won ument Mr Richardson Tenn tho mi nority leader who fought In tho confed erate army against Grant Mid in part Tho most extravagant and fulsome byhumanin the Minutest degree derogate from UIO pure and matchless fame of the hero and Idol of those who fought under hIm and of all true confederates in that bloody period during which his marvelous char acter was developed and which gave him the opportunity to win everlasting ro couragoiwould have been no opportunity for his giant strength As an Confederate soldier I revere his memory and demand and have n just right to demand to share in the honor and glory which clUB Ur like jeweled diadems around his name and render him conspicuous above hU contemporaries aa an American sol diet and citizen Confederates can and do honor him because In battle ho wan worthy of their steel 0A Keen Clear llrala Your beat feelings your social position or busmen success depend largel on the perfect action of your Stomach and Liver Dr Kings Now Life Pills give Increased strength A keen clear williby all druggist rAM Exile Hong IA former Kentuckian now a resident of Pittaburg has written a parody on My Old Kentucky Home the last Verne of which is as follows The fend man hides in a corner of tho jfenceAnd for a shot at his foe The foemans soul goes a kitting to jtho hence Th 5ahoTollanowdeath And jags up comfortably and gay tad tho verdict says ho died from want fof breath Ik ray old Kentucky homo far 1sway A Romans Awfal Peril J There is only one chance to eave J year lifo and that is through an oper stitch were the startling words hoard by Ht I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Win frMu her doctor after ho had vainly tried t4 ihro her of a frightful cano ot atom tfkjtrouble and yellow Jaundice Gal- le4es had formed and she constantly iriv worse Then she began to use trio Bitters which wholly cured her Im a wonderful Stomach Liver and Jtlney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Losa rfltppotlte lry it Only GOo Guar Ted For sale by all drsggUta 1 r NCHLFY DONT WANT IT HUH No Desire to lie R Vice lrell Initial Candidate IIn view of the renewed talk of Ado rnlral ScLley M a probable running Bate for Mryaa Gea MaBdersoa whowtw the Admiral host during his visit here a year ago said today Iu a letter I received from Admiral Schlev dated April 7 he says 11 dont know quite what I have done to be mode by some enthusiastic friends the tail of Mr Bryaua kite For men of the army or navy to aspire to public place with little acquaintance with public men and stilt less with public affairs IIM always scented to we absurd I feel media Gen Sherman did whoa he said that If nominated he would not accept and if iycaseneither tho capacity nor the prominence anythingmoresleepovertoNowAn Epidealc ef Wheeling Cur Last winter daring an epidemic of whooping coagh isy children contract coughingspolieCOgR ltomedy very ancccMfally for thattimeool1ghluuIEOurroanlIolMeNorwoodI Salo by Cowgill Cowgtll UlckRl- uud A M Shaw State Lie druggists t ffI Qwirse I r k Vowgil1 Lid pr w uggit e e- P + HEADQUARTERS FOX UIIILIrroNICSSS- C11 Sh COO SYILUPS tr l- AND ll 1 TOIL ARTICLI- IPR 11 ORIPfIONS 1 erCarefully Compounded F t f I Bread IJS TIIE STAFF OP LIFE I J Ails to on I ttgOOD FRESH HEAD 9Ala to vat + Wig + lalary Bread Cakes and Pies Baked Daily 1 j ttTropical and MKAJ3QUA11T13IIH Domestic Fruits Fine onIChocolates and Candies Cigars and Tobacco i ICE CREAM I I and all the latent Drinks wnud from their NEW ARCTIC FOUNT c cThe tficeti ICE CREJM PARLOR In the City I Yow Patronage Solicited Telephone your Orders to M t New City Bakerya a a A a a 1 t f t K jjlti s j CCMkmg BaDlJI IJJ The Best in the World I f Yeti aRt sake a Mistake Ett Buying One of tee Kaageg I One of Its Strongest Palate la Its al ECONOMY IN THE USE OP FUEL J Jff MlantesBsying of I Call seta KxamlHe Tkew Y nll Buy H e Other i R B BXtZHTAZTO HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS EHTAnLI nED 2838 TOJTDILLON Sr Propr i I 8 eear I B o Ktai I JJcc and Granite Monuments jj- r OUeSJNG r STONE WORK of all Kind IRON FENCING Ac Ae Ky W R WEBSTER T r DEALER IN L KENTUCKY AND TQNNII8686 WIIISKISt f SOLE AGENT FOK Peabody Club Bourbon Old Mountain GoldUUrove IooII Jew 11 SODA Marble iokanaa PINII Oo3300Llnoola200 S P E JI A L O FP Ei R- DliAlt rilL SIXI am enabled to sell and fadquartRYE PREPAIDIwith no racks to Iladlcate ooutenta When yoU receive It and test Ult It is sot estisfe 1 tort return It It my expenl8 and I wilt refund rot i3Op 4 most liberal offer and Iawait This uI i trulywTe11b r II aw Ti c 0- I li a f Kallreatl Time Table 0 N0StL R R MCiYXSl ARBIVEBi mTreIl JJ I plDI I I Local and PersonalI IMIM INuO Faris to visiting In Troy Mm W 0 Jbhhaon is vUIting in Un SOB City J gpHwetrt Potato slips for sale ntcELUSOXS GROCERY Ira Jones UI visiting hU brother Percy Jones Mrs Levi Bates U visiting in Bes I ale TeaaCBA All Size Screen Doors on hand at 110 AMBKRQB Mayor Dillon and wlfo returned from Chicago Sunday C Mrs W II Henderson has returned from a visit to Metropolis 111 R T Tyler and W 0 Johnson ex poet to vtelt Loulsvillo next week Mr Chas 13 KIngmsn of OIncin natl lain the city visiting bas father Service at the Ohrfatlan Church Sunday morning Everybody invited Mr A D Cook the saw mill man returned yesterday from a trip to Oin cindatiMiaaea tt- j Carrjthis week 111 High grade collars for lOc None better at 25c Rice INATLOR Attorneys Lindsay DaTla and Item ley attended circuit court at Clinton c thin Reek Dr Alex Paris and daughter Miss Mal will attend the Confederate ReUn ion at Louisville D W Dickinson an old reb goes I with tho 7th Kentucky from Fulton to the Louisville Reunion 1 Henry Beckman who bas been atII tending commercial school at Nashville Ten is at home on a visit Farmer can with you produce at AIi SHAWS Big Store I Capt Henry Buchanan of tho Or phan Brigade has a staff position at the HeUnion and will bo mounted The ladle of the O P Church will hold their next Coffee Social at Mrs J D Irlca next Wednesday evening Mm Dr Chandler and ton of Min nick Tenn viittlng relatives in this countysirs X E ltoee and oth m Mr Leon Smith has been appointed census enumerator for tho Samafras Rldgo and Madrid Bend procincU this county i3L GotoTALEDIORDStorLimo- S to do your white washing Just receiv ed a freah car- InvitUonat are towed to a Piano e H cM Iftt Hi 80 thin eveain at hick sun College by MIa Maude Lunsford UMl ted by Mier Luten Ciipt hoary Tyler the old Veteran Coated has engaged rooms of the Galt openhouseMlM Lena McGee the accompllih 1 ed music teacher of Fulton College I has been visiting Mrs Mottle Prathor and other friends in lltckman this weekUnIon City Com Mb Mattie Do Bow of tho public schools is spending the week with Mrs T L Adams on Main street Sho will shortly return to her home in Hickman Mr James T Stephens P M him been named as nn alternate Delegate from the lint District to the Jttopabli can National Convention At Vhiladel phla and expects to attend jlfyou want a tint clam hair cut or shave call on MIKE KOBBINS at the Tree Barber Shop Mr Wallace Throckmorton has sold hU interest in tho City Bakery to his partner L E Mayors who will con tinno business at the old stand tho best bread c to be had in the city Our worthy townsman II 0 Bock man of the lliokman Wagon Works happened to a painful and It may bo n fierlous accident by a heavy timber fall ing on bis foot while at work in the fac tory Tho Rev Dickens of Tenn preach cd nt tho C P Church Tuesday and 0 persons were added to tho church Dr JJlckcns will have charge of the church at Hickman until tho next meeting of the District Presbytery Georgia Pierce of Fulton who WM appointed sponsor for tho 7th Kentacky Regiment of Confederate Veterans at tho Loalsvlllo reunion h selected Miss tattle Hale of May Mold first maid of honor ftPX For a nice neat shave haircut or shampoo call on J W Wilson and J awn at the Lncledo Barber shop they are always ready to servo you Dr 0 W Mlles left last night fo St Loals to have an operation perform ed on his foot which wainjured In theI cogs of a thresher when he was a boy I and from which ho never fully recov erect lUg many friends trust that hoI may rccclvo tho relief he seeks Union City Courier Mogen J W Rogers and Ouo Threl hold have bought the grocery stock of John Witting jr ordered an immons stock of new goods and will hereafter conduct business at tho Witting stand They are as popular and wellliked citi Zeus as we have and we predict for them a largo trade Mrs N J forum gave a receptionI and strawberry supper at her homo Tuesday night in honor of Misses Ora Carr and Birdie Corum of Oayce The attendants wore Hugh Sanders Miss Maggie Henderson Miss Birdie Corum John RankinMls3 Lola Stubbs Leslie Mlft Carrie Parham Otto Sanders Miss QeorflieCuaick Doe Nich sols blue Rosa Watson Miss Ora Oarr Willie Carr Miss Lizzie Stubbs Harry Stubbs Mlaa Myrtle Bushart Will Rou ten Miss Fay Sanders Henry Stubbs r Commencement Day Friday June let is Commencement Day at Hickman College And Friday night at City Hall the graduates will render an attractive and eajoyable pro grant at the close ot which they wUl receive their diplomas The following Is tho list of graduates and program t GRADUATES Cora Lobla Brown Archie DeBow Nina James Glenn Lydia Sheldon Goal der James P Maddox Kate Reid Leon D Smith Lora May Whlpple PROGR- AMEgaayOommercoJas P Maddo- xEeeayA goodly vessel that will laugh at all disaster Lydia tlheldou Goalder Essay Darkness brings out Stars Kato told ErnYGot yoar spindle and distaff ready and God will give you sax Cora Lebia Brown NothingnewunderthoSunLeon Essay Treasures of the Deep Nina James Glenn- EMaylIflaccCM in Business Arch DeBow Essay Money R Blessing or a Curse Lore M Whipplo thesis Pen fer Hale Oallt J W Martin ir of Woodland Mills has a car of Whippoorwill Peas that ho will sell you for f140 per bushel They will be higher when these aro gone BO come now and get what you want C J Worth Dead The commanity was grieved to learn of tho death of Mr O J Worth at hU homo in Moscow Sunday night last lie WM proprietor of tho Moscow Flour Mills and extensively known throughout this section Ho was considered an honorable kind hearted falr laded bosiacM man Ho leaves a widow and several children t Frlaliir ONce far Sale Tho Fulton Ky Guard assigned by Its former editor and proprietor Ray mond Paschal will bo sold privately at once Tho plant congista of a steam outfit over 400 Ibs of oody typo and a wellequipped job office Good substan tial subscription list with Weekly Guard also a fairly good list with tho Sunday Morning Guard Plenty of material to run both papers ono interested In- buying a plant of tills kind wm please nddrtflS W W Meadows assignee Ful ton Ky or call on Raymond Paschnll nL- omCt who will take pleasure In showIng you Ulrough the plant Easy terms mado to purchaser DO YOU WANT L BICYCLE 1 Wo can givo you a few pointer o n Wheels See the low prices wo make OIl the Wheelie now la Stoc- kWnsoxa Boon STORK Free Scholarship Ie Kach CeRaty The Carnegie college a newly incorpo rated Institution at Rogers Ohio in order to Introduce its methods of teaching by correspondence will give ono free scholarship to each county in our state The free scholarship grants to the student free tuition in tho normal and acadatnio courses and also In business courses Including bookkeeping and gIvenbymaking application for froo scholarship should write at onco tcftho college and mention this paper and also tho county and state Fer Sale Fine Brown Leghorn eggs CO cents per setting of 13 M L ELLISON Maids lid the CCHBBB v The census enumerators will find ao old maids to enter on their records Time old maid la now extinct She has boo come a missing link In tho female evo lution Neither can ho enter spinster following tho uamo of any woman The spinster has gone after the spin ning wheel no wheel ao spinning n spinning no spinster No moro sittin by the fire to spin and taking tho ca- to p drink it up Now she has tho type writer the telegraph and tho telephone koy tho yard stick the palette the ledger tao club tho chafing dishthe anything and everything excepting the wheel and tho namo spinster or that dreaded title of old maid Tho enumerator may enter her ar II orInothing good savors o youth and tho charms that go with it1 Bachelor Is correct It fat otvmolog ically correct oven without the suffix girl So bachelor girl it must bo it wo value peace Loutsvillo Evening Post rThe Tree Barber Shop IFlrstI will say that I need your pa tronago SecondBccauso I am prepared to do your work ThirdBocauso I am liberal with you FourthYou will always find me ready and willing tudo your work with Razors sharp and towels clean A neater shop cannot be soonIn Hick man A L HOCKING u Tortured w Wltacss s Intense suffering was endured by wit ness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before ho gave this evidence 111 coughed every night until my throat wes nearly raw then trod Dr Kings Now Discovery which gave instant relief I issue UC it in my family for four years and re commend it as the greatest remedy tor Coughs Colds and all Throat Cheat and Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not only prevents but absolutely cures Consumption Price 50o and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at all drag stores The Country Papers Miiiion The mission of tho country paper k moro to note local happenings to aid Iii tho upbuilding of its town county and section materially morally and Intel lectually than to lead In polities or ota erwise and tho editor should bo satisfied with this broad mission To be sure he has the same right to political party COB vlctlons and alignments as any other citizen but we know no reason why he should attempt to lead or be regarded as n loader political or otherwise more than any other citizen The time was oven since tho COURIER las been In ex istence when the representatives of a political party when in County District and State Conventions endorsed a cer tain paper or papers as the organ of that political party and the paper ac cepting that position was that partys authorized exponent All this has cbtag cd A political party these days seldom hazards tho endorsement of any paper or papers because such endorsements- too often prove boomerangs Newspapers nowadays are owned by private clli zens cud havo no right to speak by au thority fora political party and their utterances good or bad are but the opinions of private Individuals Coua try papers well conducted are great fac tors in the moulding of public opinion and public sentiment on any and all questions to which intelligent effort may be directed and their right to make such effort ia unquestioned In our ex perience the measure of influence of the local papa Is determined as with the individual citizen by its character judg went discretion tact and earnest effort Fine Farm for Sale My farm located in MADRID BEND Fulton County Ky containing 1000 ACRES more or lees 180 in cultivation 8 of tab In clover DUG B80EB A9 D ttUVMd BaaMU- v with Pantry and Kitchen two good cisterns young orchard barn and all necessary ont buildinge Also good tenant houses Iota stables cisterns and wells nil fences in good repair This land will yield I bale of Cotton per acre or 40 bushels of Corn the remainder of the land u well tim bored About 900 acres of this land timber ed subject to overflow Terms reasonable For further particulars and terms ap ply to MM SCSAX XBCULL Oweasboro Ky Or MRS ROWKHA CARRIQAN 525it Bessie Tean rWOS Misses ana OMlarous YOUR THE CENSUS itrieig Away from Home listing the Xeath of Jane Unitedgtates citiestomonthThetheir1acesmany per fromtheirdanger that such persons will not be cointed If they are not counted the locality in which they live will be mia represented to that extent and in some ones this may be enough to affect the in Congress of the State from which they pridethereloresettees to take reasonable precautions agiiaet being omitted from enumer ation in their places of residence Such omissions are moat likely to occur in the large cities where families close their summapotion this year is likely to increase countrylathe head of the family is requested by tbtCeutu Offico to communicate with tin Supervisor of the district in which aehvea He is also requested to leave iafcnaation regarding his answers to the ojastfeafl which are to be asked with lose responsible neighbor who will agae to see that it reaches the enamel ron his rounds Such information 1iht better be left as a memorandum ia writing as in that case it k less like ly to be overlooked Tho questions to witch answers are desired apply pn marily to tho but also to all faun and establish mats They are being from tine to time in the press of the country Ir taking this trouble the absent citi andkuSoffia ia tho performance of its duties REUNION LOUIS TILLS Per the above occasion the N O StLouia railroad will sell tickets from Himan to Louisville and return for 18 28th 29th and 30th good to re- tuntill June 10th An additional ex tenon of tho final limit until June 25 indaive will be allowed provided tickets ire deposited with joint agent on or bcke Juno 4 and upon payment of a teemif GO cents 1 Meek fer Sale W Martin Jr of Woodland Yin atreetewi two ear lead p7wikhlH will sell cheap ers coae and get what yo t to eat up the waste grass ant bbs on your place 625tf Fine Oxfords anda Slippers w in all Styles and Leathers hocolato and Black Wovo prejt ad a J t SPECIAL SHDE SALE makeopricesgWOMENS 8300 and 1360 Oxford d Slippers i9 AA Reduced to 2 UU These LOW PRICES are to c o out some lots of broken sizes Every Slipper in thela BIG BARGAIN 50soft Wo believe if every woman in Hid an wore our Slippers once we could stop advertising in ti papers The Shoes would be advertisement enough We Sell Only G od Shoes I- 1ri I Every pair a Barnaul no matte hat you pay for them JnYlOB I CASH SHOE 7 lllULi STORE T Au LBSPORD Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement PATRONAGE SOLICITED misrepresentation representation population manafactaring published C05FKDERATE Sheep vAAcniOt I MY FlilOHS WILL LEASE YOUI Oewraaa- ms s- J SHAW J CALLS THE Attention I of the Ladies r TO HIS Sljoe DepartTeit C a THIS WEEK One of the largest Stocks in the City Fine Sfjees a Specialty a A BARGAINS IN OXFORDS and SPRING SHOES OF ALL KINDS JF YOTJ W4Nrr J FirstClass Aoatt Maochiuery i GO TO IIIIIIS ORJaI KIOKMAN KENTUCKY They keep the BEST such as McCormick Harvesters and Mowers Gaar Soott Threshers and Engines and Parsons SelfFeed erathe only Feeder that will not choke andcan be fit to any make of machine THEY ARE ALSO HEADQUARTERS FOR HighGrade Buggies Harness Implements Etc as THE ONLY HANDLE THE VERY BEST I IIL c E EAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St hhavhog purchased the Grocery Slook of J J C BoaduriBt would be pleased to have all old friends to call Fresh Good and Choice Bargains DR S K DAVIDSON iJxtitHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Oowgilla Drug Store LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT WILLIAMS SHAW First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KfcNTUOKY IVE ME A TRIAL when you WaRt BUokimlthlac done or repair ia 19 peelaUyIUndertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid Black Walont Collins and Cans which can be filled up in short notice and at reaioa ibis prices Give ma a cal- lrs Shop aw the Jail It Cash Ebokk Stare Fl Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS e Call and see our Stock Every thing up to date k MASY BERENDES Co G IEartlett Saoeesior to Wea Dlwtelbrlak DIALER INS Fancy Groceries and Provisions IIIKMAN KINwrr FREE DELIVERY sot f Telephone Store No 94 i See Idence No 90 CITY BARBER SHOP a romy old cnstoaeas m are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate your patrOnage er take more pleasure in try reUablebMbeNH It Ivr 1 Wat CROWIW A t it The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN PablUher C HlOKMAN KENTUCKY J M CURRENT TOPICSv Australia coins its own gold but apt its silver fThere ore DOOO cells in a square foot honeycombs A native Eskimo has been ordained atia Swedish minister in Chicago In 1SSO there were 80 horse In Australia iu 1900 there are SOWCOO England received uu tt wortk a- iboea from the United Swte In ISM 1 In ton months et ISM BWHWW tar ported 10ICU bake of Amrtcn cotton ExGuv Cttr llox aciswaI- is to make a utp te tfcc IXitjUpfaM rarlv itt tlse Ml- Tk nnttitoMy In Xnmi km bees tr- dccd vMMR a how J MUB ftrwn 3 l er 100 to W fc WU- A 5 iMMftMpalte MMDS ftWAlNl WSM- ftrccftuly tsar ff It 00II tmud tv ke twe isf peselltitsw The great yifisiar OMMUes tl rats nasal and ItrMMMkl oatarrh ue quite unknown taa S takwrtpm Judge GeoTR P OaVwr fe kig arrangomeats to set out XMM9 peach aces Bear Yoevtelock Go Africa Is ROW awaetl by Belgium Portugall Spata Italy Germany i Prance and Great Britain IJusshin law allows a man to marry only four times and he must marry before he Is SO or not at all liain has newer been known to fall in that part of Kgypt between the twro lower falls of tile Nile Thirty years ago there were only about 33 explosive compounds known Kowv there are moro than 1100 j The contract has ten awarded for tlie building of a sisstory hotel in iloblle The structure will cost x130 o00 Thetyearly loss in value of gold coins by wear and tear while in cir culation amounts to niut 2000 in every 3000000 Municipal authorities In Chicago ex peat the coming school census to show that the population of the city I over 2000000 President Loubct of France is pos ing for Denis Puech the well known French sculptor who is making a bust i of the chief executive Gainesville Go has saved 25000 in interest by refunding 30000 7 per cent bonds at 4 Xi pur cent They are to run for thirty years A golf mine has been located on one of the streets of Keswick Shasta county Cat and there are indications of an oil vein in another Henry Cloves is reported as saying that ho considers Mrs Betty Green L thin equal of Russell Sage in conduct ing a business transaction In the remote parish of Mnrkby In TincolnHliire Hngland stands a little thatched church probably the only one existing in Great Britain Senator Platt of Now York is a licensed pharmacist and if he ta ever turned down by Ills political en emiJJ can still manage to make a liv ingThe Canadian government has sent a representative of the census de partment to New York to study the method employed in counting the population of the metropolitan dis trict coJples Verne does not care for notoriety and lion hunters and that is one reason why he does not live in Paris but nt Amiens Vicrc he tins a fine villa with a large garden in the quietest street i 12iin Japan They die without food nil the time mud for monf of the time without light and were none the worse when dug out Owing to the large number of deaths caused by enteric fever in fviuth Africa time British war ofllce is now including two flannel belts in the outfit of every man going out They are excellent Safeguards against the disease Corks that have been steeped In vaselinUre said to be an excellent substitute for glass stoppers without their disadvantages They are not nf fected by acids or chemical fumes and they do not become llxykbjr a blow or by long disuse Some of the London doctors are going in strongly for n jujw stud fashionable euro for their adult patients who nutter from indigestion etc They prcfiiribc a quarter of an hours vig orous exercise In the opening mud skipping the rope To provide drinking water on lo comotives a southern man has designed n tank to fit in one side of the large water tonic on the tender the body of the small tank being surrounded by the water in the largo tank to keep tho drinking water cool Bishop Brooke was quite portly of figure and used to laughingly lay claim to being the most polite man in Boston because whenever lIe got up in n crowded street car be gave two ladies a seat In the Canadian northwest provinces there are probably more col onists of different nations than arc to be found on any equal area else where in the world There were no white inhabitants in Kansas in 1850 in 185G there were less than 10000 apd in 1860 but 107000 At thefirst enumeration March 1809 tier population was 1423110 1An the soap in Paraguay is made I from cora oil Cows eat the pulp from the nuts leaving the hull enclosing the kernel clean and smooth A cow will clean forty tor fifty nuts per tight THE FIELD OF LABOR Timely Discourse of Dr Tama eon Industrial Troubles Serraon limed to BrinK Abnttt More Friendly IteUtlon Ilctivrru- Umployer and Utnploye laty of the Vocmrr Copyright 1900 by Louis 1Uo sch IA a time when In various districts labor troubles ore existing or impend ing tho etTort Dr Talmnge aches in this discourse to bring about a better feeling between both sides of this dir textstOalntians 513 But if yo bite and devour one another take heed that ye be not consumed one of another und rhUippians 24 Look not every man ou his own things but every man also on the things of others About every six months there Ii a great labor agitation There are vie leas questions now in discussion between employers and employes The present strikes will go into the pnst Of course the damage done cannot im mediately berepaired Wagef will not be to high us they were Spasmodically they may be higher but they will drop lower Strikes whether right or Wrong always injure laborers as well as capitalists You will see this in the starvation of next winter lloytjot Ung and violence and murder never pay They are different ntage of an archy God never blessed murder The worst use you can put a man to U to kill him Blow up tomorrow all tho country seats on the banks of the Hud son and the llhine and all tho line houses on Madison square and Deacon street and all the bricks and timber and stones will just fall back on the bare hands of American and European labor The worst enemies of the working classes in the United States and Ireland are their demented coadjutors Yearn ago assassination the assassination of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr Burke In Phoenix park Dublin Ireland in the attempt to avenge the wrongs of Ireland only turned away from that aftlictcd people millions of sympathizers The attempts to blow up the house of commons in London lad only this effectto throw out of employment tens A thousands of inno cent people in England In this coun try the torch put to the factories that have discharged hands for good or bad reason obstructions on the railtracks In front of midnight express trains be cause the offenders do not like the president of the company strikes on shipboard the hour they were going to tall or in printing olllccs the hour the paper was to go to press or in the mines the day the coal was to be delivered or on house scaffoldings so the builder fails in keeping his contractall these are only a hard blow on the head of American labor nail cripple its arms and lame its feet and pierce Its heart Traps sprung suddenly upon employers and violence newer took one knot out of the knuckles of toll or put one farthing of wages into a callous palm Barbar ism will never cure the wrongs of oir ilization Mark that Frederick the Great admired some land near his palace at Potsdam and he resolved to get it It was owned by a miller He offered the miller three times the value of the property The miller would not take it because it was the old homestead and he felt about as Naboth felt about his vineyard when Ahad wanted it ftedcrck the Great was a rough Dud aterrible man and he ordered the miller into his presence nnd the king with a stick in his hand a stick wiUi which he sometimes struck the ofllcers of statesaid to the miller Xow I have offered you three times the value of that property and if you wont sell it Ill take it anyhow The miller said Your majesty you wont Yes said the king I will take It Then said the miller if your majesty does take it I will sueyou la the chancery court At that threat Frederick the Great yielded his in famous demand And the mast imperi ous outrage against the working classes will yet cower before the law Violence and defiance of the law will never accomplish anything but righteousness and submission to the law will accomplish it But gradually the damages done the laborer by tho strikes will be repaired and some important things ought now to be said The whole tendency of our times as you have noticed is to make the chasm between employer and employs wider and wider In olden times the head man of the factory tho master builder the capitalist the head man of the firm worked side by side with their employe working some times at the same bench dining at the same table und there arc those here who can remember the time when the clerks of large commercial establish meats were accustomed to board with the head men of theflnn All that Is changed and tho ten dency is to make the distance between employer and employe wider and wider The tendency Is to make time employe fee1 that he Is wronged by time HUCCCSS of the capitalist and tomakc the cap italist feel Now my laborers ore only beafaix of burden I must give them so inucii money for so ranch drudgery just so many pieces of silver for so many beads of sweat In other words the bridge of sympathy is broken down at both ends That feeling war well described by Thomas Carlyle when hn uitll lriug on of St Dolly Undershot buccuneerllke says to his men Noble spinners this is the hundredth thousand tve have gained wherein I mean to dwell and plant my vineyards The J 100000 Is mine the daily wage was yours Adieu noble jplnner l Drink my health with this groat each which I give you ever and above Sow what we want u to re build that bridge of sympathy and I put the trowel to one of the abutment U- n +today aad I preach mate especlailyto I employers as such aUkough whal I have to say will be appropriate to both employers and employes The behavior of a multitude of la hovers toward their employers during the last three months may have in duced some employers to neglect the real Christian duties that they owe to those whom they employ Therefore I want to say to you whom I confront taco to face and those to whom these words may come that all shipowners all capitalists all commercial firms all master builders all housewives nrp bound to be Interested in the entire welfare of their subordinates Years ago someone gave three prescriptions for becoming n millionaire First spend your life in getting dud keeping the earnings of other people secondly have no anxiety about the worrimcnts the losses the disappointments of oth ers thirdly do not mind the tact tbG your vast wealth implies the poverty ther4Isto go into life with those three prln olples to earn a fortune It Is your d sire to do your whole duty to the mo and women in your service II First of all then pay as large WRit as arc reasonable and as your bust ness will uflord not necessarily win others pay certainly not what you hired help say you must pay for thi in tyranny on the part of labor unbearable TIll right of n laborer to toll hlj employer what he must pay implies thell right of an employer to compel u irianjl into a service whether be will or riot and either of thoso ideas is despicable When any employer allows a laborer- to say what he must do or have hU business ruined and the employe lubmtyH to it he does every business man in the United States a wrong and yields to tho principle which carried out would dissolve society Look over your affairs nnd put yourselves In ire agination in your laborers place God bless yous are well In their place bit troy do not buy coul nor par rouse rent nor get shoes for the chit dren At the some time you the em plover ought to remember through what straits and strains you got the fortune by which you built your store or run the factory You are to remember that you take nil the risks and the employe takes tone or scarcely any You are to remember that there trop be reverses in fortune and that some new style of machinery may make yow machinery valueless or some new styles of tarif set your business buck hopelessly and forever You must take aM that Into consideration oud then P1Iwhat is reasonable Do not bo too ready to out l1011I wages As far aspossible pay all aril pay promptly Thercb a great deal of Hible teaching on this subject alnohlI I will be a swift witness against aH sorcerers and against all adulterers and against those who oppose the hireling In his wages Leviticus Tli- oaaftKn tb SJItheldullng t then iii1lnbr jsI scans Masters give unto your RrYI ants that which is just and equal knowing that ye also have a Master in Heaven So you see It Is not a question between you and your cfr ploye so much as it Is a question between you and God I Do not say to your employes Non t if you dont like this place get anotheiII when you know they cannot get lie YirTlslt I t you can become acquainted with their wants You will by such process Ant J out that there Iis a blind parent crtsick slater being supported You wil find some of your young men In roomII without nay fire in winter and In summer I swcltirinn in Illventilated np111tt meats You will find out how mWt depends on the wages you pay or w tbhold 1 Moreover it Iis your dutyna employer as far us possible to mold the welfnif of the employe You ought to adtlHI him about Investments about Hfejli Burance about savings banks Yea ought to give him the benefit of y urt experience There are hundreds one thousands of employers I am glad tto say who are settling In the very Gen possibt way the destiny of their en ISIrIIntat beyond computation and at Saltolrr England he hind a church and a chapr built and supported by himself llr I church for those who preferred 1 Episcopal service and the chnpel for I those who preferred the Methooin Mrvicc At the opening of one ofJn factories he gave n great dinner and there were 3500 people present flirt in his after dinner speech he said lit these people gathered I cannot look around me and see thin vast n binge of friends and work people without being moved I feel greatly lion ored by the presence of the nobleman nt my side and I am especially delight U peopleIthat will enjoy the beauties of tint neighborhooda population of well I paid contented happy operatives I a have given instructions to my arrki tects that nothing IR to be spared 10rrj render the dwellings of tho opcratitr to the coylifeI hope to sec contentment satisfaction and happiness tuound me That Iis Christian character demon Rtratcd There are others In this conn try and In other lands on a sniailrr II scale doing their best for their tnt ployes They have not forgotten H ip t own early struggles They rCII1lnlbr how they were diurouragod how tJcigry they were and how cold rind liow A tired and l JnnbcknowjustII and how n young man tech between and itLoseoriginally let down out of Heaven winj II pulleys gf silk In a wicker basket sutiu Iced fanned by cherubic winy p 1 key I i 1 started in roughest cradle ollwhOie I rocker misfortune put her violent loot nnd tipped them into the cold world1 I 1hoso old nica arc sympathetic wit boys I But you are not only to bo kind Ito those who mire under youChristian- kindbut you are also to tee tsatyot- boss workman and your head clay und your agents and your overseers Iin stores are kind to those under them Sometimes u man will get alittle brief authority in a store or in a factor r and while they nro very courteous to you the capitalist or to you the headI Ulan of the firm they arc most brut in their treatment of those under then Uod onlyI knows what some of theladt ulTer to time collars arid In time lolh- of some of our great tabUlhmentJl t They have no one to appeal to Tho time will came when their arm will bMrstrong and they can defend themselves but not now Alas for some of time cash boys and the messenger boys and tb boys that sweep the storeI Alas fat some of them Now you capitalist yoc the head man of the firm must look supervise see those all around you in vratigate all beneath you And then I qhhrge you trot to put tinI nrceseary temptation In the way of InrgJi1 ed hKnow how much money there Is 1 the till Do not have thearoount book loosely kept There are temptation inevitable to young men numb enoughr of them without your putting any u necessary temptations In their way Men In Wall street having 90 years o reputation for honesty have dropped into Sing Sing and perdition and you mutt be careful how you try a lad ofI i15 And if he do wrong do not pounc- da him like u hyena If he pryos himself unworthy of your confidence ti not call in the police but take him home Tell why you dismissed him to those who will give him another chanee Many a ynnng man has done wrong once who will never dd wrong again lh my friends I think we can actor I to give everybody nnothpr chance wbenI iod knows we should all have been In perdition If He had not glwn us 1SOOO hanees Then If In moving around your Sac tory or mill or barn or store you ore inexorable with young men Oed willIJj remember It Some day the wheel of fortune will turn and you will be a pau prr nail your daughter will go to the wurkhouae and your son will die on tbeII scaffold If in moving among your I I eamoosmi roughing behind the counter say to bra Stay home n day or two antI1II rut or go out and breathe the breathtI tl the hill If his mother die do no t t Jrmand that on the day after the fu I sera he be in the store Give him atI east a week to get over that which hoI I will never get over l nployers urge uponyour employee ei 6Yt ullQ religious life So fAr from hat how la it young men Instead ofr Ing oliMrrd till the road to Heaven I ome of you are caricatured and It is aI ChrfsIn I Igloo Ziethen a grave general uDder Frederick the Urea wee a Christian Frederick the Great was a skeptic On I day Zle hen the venerablewblteimare general asked to be excused from tall tary duty that he might attend tho I hey sacrament Ho wan reused A I fw days after Klethen was dining with j the king and with WallY notable of Prussia when Frederick the Ort In aairsJocose way aaldrll Zlethen how l dfo the sacrament of last Friday dtEtest Time venerable old warrior arose and said For your majesty I have risked tny life many n time on th Vfttlofleld and for your majesty would be willing at any time to die bpi you do wrong when you insult the Christian religion You will forgive rat If I your old military servant can sot bear In silence any Insult to tny Ixird und my Saviour Frederick the Treat leaped to his feet and he put out his hand antI he said Happy Zle then Forgive me forgive mel fOh there are many being scoffed at fcrthelr religion and I thank God there sec many men as brave as ZiathenI Qne summer In California y gentle who had just removed from the I Sandwich Islands toWl me this inci 5 dint You know that one of the fiand woh Islands is devoted to lepers leo pre getting sick of the leprosy on the ofiier Islands are ent to tho isle of lepers They never cornt oft They areII itt different stages of iU case but allI who die on that island dlofrOn one of the islands there was leprosyma pity- sfcian who alwsrys wore leis handlelond and It was often discussed why he al vS 8 had n glove on that hand under nil etfcumstances One day he came to the jj- aittliorlticH and IIP withdrew his glove sail he sold to the oflicers of the InwJ You see on that hand a spot of the rosy and that I am doomed to IlIcJ Jkeep1 J ijarn n physician nnd I can go nn that isrand and ndlmUtor to the sufferings t those who are further gone In thefdisease and I should like to go now mmnddt j height bn of so much help to time wretched Send me to the Isle of Icp ers They seeing the spot of leprosy IIt custodyIfriend It was nl agonizing farewell could never sec them again He was fijitcn to the Isle of the lepers and ttimer ought among tile sick until pro ic U ted by his own death which nt las me Oh that was magnificent self nlal magnificent sacrifice only sits j seed by that of Kim who exiled Him If from the hsslth of Heaven to title 7jus island of a world that He might yslclan our wounds and weep outlets and mile our deaths tnrntor the Ie of a leprous world into n greatI oomlng glorious garden Whether nployer of employe let ua catch that 1 ilrlt nt 1 FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Lendlub litonU Washington May slim Senate Tlie wvimlys nnn+ nauu nf existkcI pniuimtitlc e service bring agreed to fly u vote of I 80J o 21 a retaliation extending to tn llovr ommUriloniTM the privileges r till floor of the senora wax defeated Mount Two important bllln wry jWKMd one to extend the cighl snn r nudealI on gOcrnnumt a other to prohibit Intorntitfo trutllo 1in prlHonmndc COCHIN by bringing Ihotn under the jurlHdlotlon of the pulls power of tfie hlute Washington May J3StliateTIIKt the routine buRlnem wan concluded Clark of Montana arose ululln long it erli nnnounaed that lie 1n gorunioer R to Mr Clark went over nnd the son rttn proceeded to thin tranwintlon u routine uusinesM Little buHlnosa of Importance was trammeled HottNe The lollltiiry aoAileiuy np stnnto senrtte hiss lIs tho luL of tho general upprnprftitlon mensuroH and the house wnl IK ready to adjourn n x soon ua the M mtr dispose of those Ui 11IIRK not uiiM d and thin two hnusos adjust the dlnVrvnem In aunforoRc IPnabingtonllay l94rnntuen r ly 100 bllU wore panned 77 of thou unmannluting one grunting 1100 n moot tlacfliansutut little was accomplishedI beside pAMlng tie onnle bill to In corporate limy Anurrlonn National liedI withII time Alnaknn rode bill time conference CQlulJlhlaII uppropruittoM was r extended dirimtc ViMiWnglon May 17tMtCT110pout oHta ipjKdprtatlon bill won mm nldvred 1kr committee amendment mnumatlde 1 was ttmtor dforttttftfon wh n the senate ndhmmiNl flnanel pcl river and harbor bill wurylHg HOMOO for mnoyn and rmergMiry work war jMiwed stud the reiimlmltrr of thin day was devoted to the Alaskan voile bm Pour pagea ul- I the ftlT psapeo of the bill tvcrt + dUMaed of before adjournment Wa hlMffloH May SSrcnnTh e cutler day Waa Iud to time pnen iiwitJr tulxf y tii4P nitro In Wan rust oPlee appropriation bUt The debute nl UIIHW wml Nlmrp wild almost jn rInnal11it npproiriMtlen was defend ml by Senator ClMttdler Mason Carter Mild Wellington itttd r11NMtMI1 by Senators AlHMm hale TJllnwn Lodge awl We4wtt paytHrn tidttrwl at Appomatlox for the tear of horses ami other tenwiMl etTeetn taken trout eHpUNtatlontobra array were altmvwl to retain IICIIJICIMIOOooorMpMtHa tarn was utrlekeii out end thl a prertatlun wrsa made I I In OllItU A iiMMtbor of pAs ate lobo bill were paaMdX- VHHkln toH May 19 Srnalrhly- rnts a of 39 to 10 tint whole prepuraitnn relating to tle trataplorlatlop of mall hr tb nnrnmatle taW system Closinge InIvtatueM of 11011 and Htalr looatMl In Statuary Imll of tho rapttol NMI from the Unind Army of the IleLHnb1fY tho fttnluo of flen Ilyiwe R QraitU loeitled IH the et 4Utl ruttuida uniteson ne HHt of above tmrttwu In Ute ecpltol building the IiOHtw hehl only a short MMMlou sod tmn oted no bualHew iiiilntinpiit nf Clark ItrvuUrU openII mite TresWeiit Jro Tern Krye laid be turn tin ale + rNtte n dUpatah from the goven r of Montana Kobt tt II Smith announcing that lie had Nt voked the appointment of W A Hark an fcetmtor rustle by Unit ClOY Sprlgga and had appolnlinl Jlon Mar tin MaglnnlM to 1111 thin vnonncy At the request of Mr Chnndlor chair inns of thin eommlttrc on prlrllegew nnd election the tulcgrnm waR re I ferred to hid vomndtlee Helena Mont May 20Gar Smith haw apiwlnted MHrtln Maglnnln Untlrd Stntea mimtor to micocrd William A Clark ru Itrfanil tier Moiirr VnHhlngtoti May 30 Sonator TelI ler Saturday Introduced nn amend alJlroJlrlntlullmoney Hiippomul to hove hcuntmbt7 rled In Cuba Time iimondinont pro vide the appropriation to tlmblo time president of the United States to re fund arty money that marts ben em l or In tiny way inlwipproirlat HI by the civil or military appointee of the I milled BtnteK from foods col In the island of Cuba by the military authorities of time United tOil A Coeur Wrilillnir New York May lOIt1M now an that Sunlit or Clark will glue his dnughter lira Katherine Clark ewels valued at 83000 upon the occaHlon of her marriage to Dr Lewis Jtuthcrford Morris Six tliouiuind wedding InvllatioiiH will be Iitxtted and IK Mild that the total rant of the wedding will be at ItaaL 122000 Ilnnn for tin in riillon Chicago May ICul John I Mar tin HcrguantntarniH of thin democrat national committee IK hero to consult Secretary AVnltdi of the national committee regarding plans for thin up proncJiln r convention nt Kanvai City tour Children Iliirnrd to Drnlli NaRhville Tenn May 2our ItoI t i this city the house binning caught fire during the nbhvnco of their parents church n Curloiltr Save Mfr A piekaKC marked quinine vrtt leclretlf jent to a bright woman but being curiouj iho took it to a druggist who said it uuo qulnhu but araeatc A like inquiry mtds same of time medicines altered wdll certainly detect tIle fate from time true J her halt a century Ho tetteri fitonmch Ilea IIM been curing indigestion yuHPllon dys peptla liver unit kidney trouble slid has never ones failed 1q U iI you fell weak and tired roUtnttlnp UptlUllax IfThe ltNillllstfJUlt walter JS awfully dwr NlldwwhlleOuUmiilOh never The alga wa wait the hetlrr growl the oheesrUtdL- r anajiclw Picas Do Your reel Ache and Burnt Shako Into your chore AMcn Foot ltiase- a powder for the feet It makes lights NewfShot Feel Easy Cures Dern llefcing Swollen Hot Calteui Smarting Some call 11- I Sweaii Pert All JrugKtati ant Slioo 4dii 1Itlrdl ThrRuldrn Hule In TeSll When men Icxrnito de unto ethenot lji 11 would have other de unto them heels trod fin will Marc become ono of fJiftlBitWil Onlvttteu News 1111lrlveqhukegeeAlaxwrae1 Our cbildi lK t cIk wr iMwtoe alt Wall old aU trrrlMi Mi4 failed U rare ser UNtM we tried TMtWnt Tletlting 1srJe- nx she u now doing wen reeasinnslyIehqrl i onefigGlobe GreenstnJectau U in time werhl lied their fclwr lUetncnt in awtlhcr column ef this papa teme eHea stem to ltk uHIr ItIsokeil InaiekitLlskega 1aflyan 1111 lure Pluoi Cure fey CaQtum len rwJ hI JhlH 1 IJIph Strut er0wriabnli Aa oM Urhotor sty tilt wfcfll m MWI MM t vjKweti weary lu uM feanjr Lwo nIIS 1AU roods are alike la IOTXAX PjijNfcris 1AllllligholdMiMx t time it never rfpaW ChatCj Denerrst MQing Tiredness Is a senor eenpUtot Its a wiroiDg that should be btnleil It la different seas an basest tired ff bsc JI a sure Ma ef peer blued run cure it by racking year blood risk and imre wlh IIeads tear Mparilla That r what ether pe4e cIe thads el thaw Take a few bottles f this rai tta new sad you will set wMy let rill of that week kEfuiil rxi aitr i fet4ia but it wiO make you feel well ill tartuga the iwrniiter Tired Fooling I had that tired feel tBI and dad st have We smbltaM id ac Hilt bsl wy usual mount of btutctotd w rL Hoo4a ti6MlJt8riJ1a gave ne nth f IraIt t Hrn SarsapiriiA s Is the first Medwe Muoty Gas Itay ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of 5eo Pac taalto Wrapper BelewIi ITJ Uke aU aaigae aaq CARTERS FiR HEAIACNL FIR II7ZINCSI FIR IIUIHSNESI FIR TIRP1I LIVER FIR CINSTIPATION FOR SAUIW SKIN nl TWrrIlUI t+aqIPaeatyYrctawstAwr1cI J CURE SICK HEADACHE Hejry LaMar of the Henry LaMar Comedy Co wrote from Blran Ne January 98 tgooU Serf JBO another bottle o- fPalmers Lotion recommendincIt PIMPLESor pustules on his face from which a dozen doctors had failed to relieve Mm Use LOTION SOAPIin connection with the Lotion i WVLe DOUGLAS u350SHOES tuHW1N i wltisrothcrsmake4ved Indonc by over 1000000 wearer W1UoutlastamKd on bottom 11Ve tellla I fnuol tor r+rtiaaa titae kind or mother i fstandwidth t llln or caD td9 Cat Ira- atatratn W 1L DOUULM 6M61 collrocktoll Yaw ROPSt DIIivo7z y1 Gee gates retrnd taro wont tnWnlFranUse GertalR Curgk Cure Pricey ce w w w rr r L 1L r rL 1 II r jl J I II t L = co PEACEP IN KENTUCKY The Supreme Court Decides the Con test Case Against Taylor itrcKbnm l mir mi Aililrei to Ilia People Minor Htntn OHIclnlH Will Xol tin ttuveriietl Ujr the IJrcl hlon fit lubernntorlnl CANC Washington May 2t1ho Kon MondaydtcldOIcourt lit the tntoruwt of IJcckhnm nl Uniting tho duolslon of the Kentucky court of appoulB hyhlfwan dismissed for want of Jurisdic tion He Bnid the court Mhould bo the limitingiluterminations of OUKOH of thin char nrtr contoeUi for Mute olllcc iniiNt tt polltlentbranch had acted In till Kentucky OAM when the general awainbly took HppenltromYM fnrurablc to Goolwl anti Heck hum except to tho tribunal of tho Kinplff whleh trlbuHfll the chlof jus tice mid wns always In hwwlon He also Mild tho NIt was purely n state uthnt Kentucky wns In the full iKMMMMfan of iu faculties OB n mom brr of the union nnd Unit there was collingIftrTho opinion In the Kentucky onso wa not tiMittinoue three ot the jus I ka 4hcntttigl JtMtliMk Hrower Harlot Ilrown and McKnnna wore the ilhNtcnttng just Iocs In tlte Kentucky CRN Frankfort Ky MayI LTiu nil nouMrinmt of tli supreme ooiirtz rtWialan at Washington In the gw iruorthlp eoiitojit WIIB receive here with the wIMMt sort of dunonct ra ttan on tha part of hit domoCTats At 4 oclock in the afternoon the Taylor oldtont who have been In Charge of itw BlNte capitol building and grounds Inil r January M the dey Ooolml sias MiwifMted evacua t ml and turned nft the atAle grounds tho Galling fUSS awl military equipment to As itMit Adjt OOH Murray ilenioorat while Ike democrats of the city wore hrwly Jollifying over tin dogtuion Mr Taylor did not return to the rfty from ToHlavflle anti there are no 1 derHoptnfUtH In the prosecutions Si I ofIf maHion pocking HPi the private of fw s of the Taylor family who will wne fftr leulvfll whn they will trutpwarily rMtde I IIPJJiov V ft Tfciiiley chief coutiRel for Taylor 507 the eontost over the minor oflk wilt be mnrtrd up to Uio anrrmc court ateo These onMclsls maintain tlMt lhew RIP ISMIM In toKid in their cusps which were no- tfItldItI l in thu gorernomlilp CAM folIvery inadi ffmtlfVfd at tho tlec4 lon of the BuprrtiM court I noror had any douht as to what the deefarfon would IM be aiie It eeomod that the propo iUoM of law before tliuin wai no clone that no court could take n different rfcw from thnt of our court of op peulu In tills Ntnlo and the Niiprente furL It has boon n pront victory As the governor ofio common uth I jiromlse to be nowonly the repreitontntlrc of It great party but the chief executive of n great state I shall IK nn liberal and brondinlndcd ns jH Wtule In fldmInUterlrfr the nt fnlrn of the ntato anti my hIghest am bition luaU IMS to rcjitore n iwrfect ro uprct for law and artIer throughout the bouhdn of the Mate This decision nlno bring us fneo to face with an ntlior great ntntq ennipAlgn and I de wire to My that while the republican party linn nought to make Its battle cry n plea for civil liberty on our side we Intend to make an earnest and sggrciwlve rnmpnlgn with our buttle cry us sa 1101 for the protection of human life and n protect against thc inettipdn of nssasHlnntlon In the nf fnlrs of our Mote government Wu Hhnll moke no outcry nlnut civil lilt erty hut to go to tho good people oV IKentulky mid auk them that they support s in our efforts to establinh lUw llulof1ht In thin tutato awl a due rcepuot for the tribunals of justice A touphliur Incident of the tiny oc eurrod during tho nftwrnoon when 2000 Ntiplr marched to the qemotory neb lrrllon wearing a llnwer which WM rus ipon the grmf of tho late William iiuehel muklHg tint little mound which nmrUs his rating place S v lt bank of flowers There were no eeremoHlen nt the grnva except a prayer ly11ev T 1 Tnlllafarro ol tbe Methodist church Will JVot Vote Ilntiinn Mny O1ho ir nnWng eommllteii of the domouratlu union parly conferred with tho pruflldunU of the lllXII conunlUouH nnd rejiolied- iinnnlmouKI docUIon to recommend that lbs inombora of the party ab stain from voting at the coming olcc t1u- nIeclIldrl VnrlntiH IMilpltx AHsnln HR May 2tJhc oommlii slouere In nttondunee ujion the gon eml ntwembly of tho Southern Prc by tPrihn Iliuroh occupied pttlpltH in the ihnrcluj of the different denomlnn IJloim Sunday not only in Atlanta but 1 In newml neavby towns I rtlinruiil Wltli fnUo IrclciiKm ri8hvllli Tenn May SO ItiHttnince Agent A 1 Shelley wns arrested cltnrged with fnlxo prctciiKOH flit lUinlni Is that 1m tent in lingua pol loin on which the muni commissions t fC LaiI- ii REQUISITION REFUSED 1 Crlell lnley in ArtIl nt Ja illnnnpilU tint Vnll Imme iIIoteI fleiensed IndlnnnpollB Ind May 22 Charles S llnlcy former Bccretnry of state of tho state of Kentucky was under nr rust and detained at police headquar ters for about two hours lout night and was tItan released on Gov Mounts refusal to honor a reqijsltlon trout Oov Heckhain for his roMrn to Kentucky for trial He was irrostcd about 630 oclock in the billiard room nt tho Circle Park hotel by the local detective department They wcro no coinponlcd by JnmoH Oaffiitya incm her of the detective force of Coving ton Ky who has been here ulnce Fri 1t tiny of last week shadowing him After two hours spent In theo office of tins captain of detectives Superln tcndont Qidgley walked into the room 1 and soul Mr Finley Oov Mount has refused to honor the reqillxltlon 1 for your return to Kentucky mid wo 1t are compelled to release you Mr llnley replied I thank you Cloy Mounts refusal to honor the 11 requisition was written on the back of tho requisition papers und wus as I1 follows t1 The within application for the ex tradition of Clutches Ilnlcy is hereby II refused this 21st day of May 1000 i Oov Mount wild When use prop er time conies I will give an cxplana jI finn for my rcfuwil which will be sat 1 ll factory to fly falrmintlcd jierson J Do yon recognize Mr lleckham as jj governor of Kentucky he wits mdcedI Yes I dp Mince the Htipremo court I decision but I noted on this requhllI tlon on Its merits alone as I thinkI When tho Ilime comes I will give my reasons for doing ItIW S Taylor of Kentucky arrived hero nt 5 oclookpn the J M JII railroad StUd got off nt tho siding some dlitanco from tho station He conII not be located iugh It IIs believed I he anti haley met each other at mid night FIGHTING KEPT UP Two Co in pit it Ir of American Trop Are KurraaiiilrA r M Tliou- nnutl IninrKenlH MnnllH May ftThe Americans oc OMpy n few coast towns which the in surgents surround oanutautly assail ing the gnrriHonn which are too small to attempt ojierntlons In time sue rounding country Mftj Wlkc with two companies is in DoHftokt an important town of Sor Hogoti surrounded by 1000 Insurgents The Americans occupy trenches and Sri continually exchanging shots with time enemy Several regiments nro needed to control each konthcrn prov ince but thiny can not lit sjuired froml their vrw lit Mthtlonn Anothcc squadron of cavalry will be sent to Den Hull On till first trouble occurring with tho Mores In the southern part of Mindanao at Cottolwitto MaJ Brett sent n detdchment to jtresenO peace ut a conference between two quarrel lug ohlofe During the oonfercnce the trlboflinon began shooting One of the bands fired upon the Americans from nu old Spanish fort The soldiers re turned the lire killing several of the natives but they were unable to take the fort although n gunboat shelled largerbodynnnklitsr Ilonip Kail 1oiitwntcr Mich May i2The banking hotmo of Xlelson Co failedI to open its doors Monday morning and the court has been asked to ap point H II Ilunycn n brotherinlaw of M r Neilson and one of the heaviest depositors as receiver A delegation of dcpoaltora went before the court Monday anti protested against Mr llunycas appointment lime liabilities are estimated nt 7i000 to 100000 It is imposslnle at this time to forum an estimate of the assets AUr cil IlnKuo Vitae In Krlco San Francisco May IDSix alleged I cxfloii of bubonic plague have been found during the past week three of which wore fatal All net Chinamen t Dr Kellogg City Bacteriologist who made the culture of bauilll trout tho t dead Chinamen in sheep is authority for tho statement that they arc un 1 doubtedly plague germs The victims unto been Isolated Tn Klnlillnlirn n I qinrnqtjt 151 lao Tox May lJStnte Quar nntlne Ollleer Norton has fully ustabll llshed the quarantine against San Francisco on account of the bubonic plngue A camp has been established I n mill west of the city nnd guards nreIl stationed there to stop oil trains antisprevent people freight nnd express parcels trout entering the state All United States mull will go throughiI Two MliiKCN II11 Xp Stockton Cnl May lItBoth the 1 Yogemlto valley 1I1I1H one going- sllulh wny were hold up by n lono highwayman nt lllg Xeyk flat About tOO was secured from the 1asemigcrsbTho WellsFtirgo treasure not touched Several of time pasnen gcrs were ladles nnd they wore not a molested Inoenliitlon Ken Vlt San Francisco May 22 There arc no new developments In thin plague jituntion No new cases has been this covered nnd the situation remains practically unchanged Tho Inocula tion of the Chinese anti Japnncso ii quietly going on t lirs Jen l re n I rr Yortc NewYork May 22Mrs FitzhugbtLee wife of the military Havana and mouthers of her fnmllcII irrjvcd here Monday morning on I boned tho United States traisnbrj Scdgwlek from Havana RIOTING IN ST LOUlK Strikers Quickly Dispersed by the Police When Called Upon fin Slejm Taken Iookluir To nrd- Anolhrr Conference nnil he Strike In as lnr Prow Sct- liMticnt aN Uvcr Bt Louis Mny OJhc street rail way strike situation Saturday WOlf without material change so far us the number of cars In operation is con cerned Tho St Louis Transit Co Saturday had in operation on 14 of the 22 lInes composing Its system about 150 cars Before time strike the Transit Co hind 800 cars in operation It is declared by street car ofllclals thnt luck of protection of the street car lines Is one cause for this condi tion timid another cause assigned iIs that the company has not enough men with which to operate more liccatiBO they fear n collision with the participants In the paradft Satur day afternoon the management of the St Louis Transit Co decided not1 to nm any more cars on its lines after 120 oclock Saturday It Js Intimated thnt this order zany extend over Sunday also St Louis May lCnnt were run Sunday on five of the lines of tho 8fi Louis Transit Co without any Inter ference trout the strikers or their fricnda The lines which were op crated were the Park Laclcde Del mar Page and Spaulding avenues No attempt XVBK made to run the cars on schedule time Tho first disturbance was begun l yI balky horse who went on an indi vidual strike nt the corner of 18th and Chestnut streets A large crowd gath cecil to watch the progress of the orS gument between the animal anti driver und when the horse finally conceded the point at Issue amid passed on 2000 people were standing nrounii the corner utterly at a loss for nmusct 1 mont As a substitute for tho horse eacrewsr miniutosUJ was policy headquarters and Chief of 1olica Campbell taking 20 men hurried ta the spot told everybody to moon saw that they did move on I and riot No1 was over before it net hilly started The second disturbance occurred a few minutes later on Washington av nnue between 13th nnd 15th strcfj A crowd of about 1500 people litiK both subs of the street for tv squares and hogan to jeer qnil ho 1 the train crews rue few policemen on duty were Utterly unable to handle the crowd and unquestionably the cmthimigsanother riot call haul not lx en turned in Scrgt llowen at the had ofa doxcn nun came quickly to tho spotI and within ten minutes he had cleared the street nnd restored quiet The most serious riot of the day took place late in tho evening nt tim C intersection of Tenth street ami Washington avenue in the course c which W IT Steinblss secretary o the National Iluilding Trades councilI I was placed under arrest but released later A switch hall been thrown at the street Intersection and when Itellcfountaln car loaded with passenl gems came along it wns thrown on a dead wire anti oft the track as wellI When the train crew started to set things to rights they were greeted comJ1eIledto1 wagon loaded with police officers ap eared on the ground in response to n riot call They quickly forced the crowd to disperse making several ar rests while so doing President Mnhnn of the Street Car Mens nsKociatlon said that no steps had beentnken looking to n confer ence between the mcit anti the com pany Ho was positive the men wouldI win In time end The Transit Co claims to have n full complement of men but this lis denied by their own employes St Louis May 220ncbo was killed and three men and n girl were wounded as a result of the strike The dead is Martin Zlkn 18 years old struck in the left breast by n bulletL fired from n street car Tho wounded mire Clarence E Mul len motormnn stint III upper portion of loft arm Minnie Kruogor is year Jl11I1lllnJbllllotI ing a light nt 13th and Herbert between n mob of S50 men and the police The four persons wounded were nil injured near n light which occurred at 5SO oclock nt time intersection of 13th nail Herbert streets The riot WAS lively while it lasted fully 100 being fired Minnie Krueger rim Into n yard for- afety when the firing began and a ullet striking un Iron fence near which she was standing glanced oil flllloulIIIi InrnuTu to II u I leI n Cotton Mill Charlotte N C May I2lhe farm ers of this vicinity have sultscrlbcd 1130000 toward till erection of a cot ton mill which is to be located at China Grove N C The capital stock of 200000 tho mill will soon be increased to I mny Move the Cnnltnl Orlando Fla May 22rhmo ques I ion of time removal of time state cnjn I Itul from Tallahassee to Jnckjwnvllle IH again being agitated Time matter Will probably become an Issue III the coinlnir gubernatorial campaign S j ro INTERVENTION III er i1 cnce Heleirnlea Informed JTUl the United States Coveru I inrnt Will ot Interfere tyftiuliigton May 22Time stato de prtollt has met time Issue raiseti by thehhtae1egatiomm cre in behalf of tho South African r publics in tho prosant struggle tiohegatositisecfarys private ollloe and Ilusted delegmitushImI cousultedUJIJJb romnilfwloners were told syumpnthilzcshlS4Jrtily 1 ptdfie of time United States that the fyt which is now mulcting South pntttllISngldbut prerngl tvei them anti in seizing the first oprtuntty that presented itself for jnIof peace lie feels that in the tfrlWnt circumstances no course is ojrtt to him except to persist in he tolvy of impartial neutrality To de tat front this would be contrary to all UK traditions and all our national Jntrrrstsl and would loath to conse qncircs which neither the president nor the people of thc United States rcp dvith favor- Vixhlngfoti May22it pyrotech ale dliciiHsion of time status of time WnIlWgtoHa qlutiou offered by Mr Allen LipJCeb extending to time commis slotrr the privileges of tho floor of thctcnatc during their sojourn Jn the nnUnnl capital The resolution was ilefated by u vote of 30 to 21 but not lontil after a sharp controversy be twsn its author nut Mr Davis chair mm of time committee on foreign reIn tion Mr Allen maintained that the reMution was In line with precedents Ie Mr Davis contended that In tho periUar circumstances the senate ought not to take any action that mifht be considered n recognition of Ihirjhiplomnntic until time president who 110110 hld the power to receive diplomatic representatives had taken nellllllI I STRUCK DOWN AND ROBBED i I llrttpior Wilson White of time VnN ttrsltr of Penn jlvnnln Ilrntally- Mtirdereil Cleir to Jlnnlorcr ilndelpliiH May 221rot Boy Yi 14in White 2 S years of ago nn In thilljtuvcrsltyruck down brutally murdered and IJ WmtJcgm1tL treot mmd illton nCnUf- perlntendent of Police Quirl 3 lay stuteel that Henry Ivory a jpi lorcd laborer confessed that he iv is present when Prof Boy Wilson 1 lute the young law instructor oft e University of Pennsylvania WM 1 irdcred on the street late Saturday 11 ht Ivory denied striking time fatal itIt iw but accortling to Superintend ji t Quirk he stood near by while his mpanlon made the attack Time do iltiilst of Ivorys confession Superln IfIdent Quirk refused to make public fuitll the other man had been ar jr tcd CREW MUTINIEDI- I i NillMnlo Were Slnrdered Two flitys Out Irom Sornornnn Tacomn Wash May 22 Mondays 0 iental services contained details of ghastly tragedy on the brigantine A ivarro owned In Manila which left S rorgon in March with a cargo of h nip for Manila Two days out from S rzorgon the crew mutinied under IIi idershlp of the boatswain anti cut t pieces Capt Acosta lila wife and I I c slilpa mate The vessel was run- iiir to time lllvor Lucol in Miitioro lII TO two women servants of Capt A ostas wife gave information tot c native authorities who arrested I P ships crow The boatswain and t o others were immediately cxccut t I The rest were imprisoned Iteflned SIIKUF Advanced jj w Ydrkj May 2AII grades of r fined sugars hdvij been advanced five p ilnts except coarse granulated and t trim fine granulated Orders for soft I gar arc taken at Saturdays full r TCCS All undelivered balances on rtlcncts expiring Mny 31 will bo con- C Hed oxcopt Not 1 L 5 anti 18 Ar th icXJo Bras anti tIme Doseher Itefining IC have followed the advance in re fi med made by the American Sugar lie ilining Co Dectlnew time lloim- nrCliIigotay 2Judgll Tmmley wllo ii rSunday informally Indorsed by tbukcounty democracy as their nojnhiec for governor Monday Issued1 a nV ipcn letter declining that honor mike lumlry hams lecfl on time lIelllh tjira nnd lit says desires to und ht Ti the labors there He has ben imaiIcofforet1 time nomination for may i r4li once tciulorcd a federal Judge shmgbut refused in each instance vHynittN to Go to the Svnal- eJlflltn 1Cnit4May 22 Former 4 ojgrsiiflim Jerry Simpion is a can HOifJ for United States senator on OtSitsIon ticket In un immturie- mitlfthmjtl Ilerc hu ulenoumimees tIme 11111 IiljjjjbTgtiicroadi popullbts as traiton j 5 Cowl ii ir to America Oticcnstown May 22icscpht Mul ie lMiuirJamc8 ritzharris alias Skin tim lent whu were recently liber tfdjfrdni lIre imprisonment for the Phoenix park murders sailed for the UnUcSlfStMcs by thu Lucanls m NEAR THE TnnL RIVER Lord R berts Troops Arc Within Forty Miles of Johannesburg fe Gonrne Open Kxcejt to IcrnUt- In the Jollcr iif Impartial Son trnlll lletween tile TTTI Conntrie Involved LondAn May 22 Urltlsh horsemen according ton dispatch from Lorenzo Marques are now clone to the Vital rlvar within 40 miles of Johannes burg The migration from Pretoria has begun Women and children are being stint in trains to Maohadadorn Oil the way to Lydenburg Trains are arriving at Lorenzo Marques tilled with passengers among whom lire many Germans who are bound for Kuropc The railway head Is expected to lent roonstnd today The congestion of trntllc nt Smnldccl delays Lord Rob ella advance but his cavalry continue active through a wide radius east and southeast of Kroonstnd Time infantry advance steadily Gen Colvllle nnd Hen Ilundle shift their headquarters each second day Time Doers mire re treating northward front Hnrrismith Italdlng anti sniping are decreasing Lord Roberts fis advised that little resistance need be expected south of Klip hirers liurg near Johannesburg where time natives are digging trench es but time position according to a lheIInmethat there will be any desperate de tense south of Pretoria and that oven the capital of the Transvaal is likely to be evacuated Cape Town May 22It Is officially announced that Mafeking was re lieved May 17 len Barton telegraph ed the news from Taungs to Sir Al fred Mllner the British higher coin missioner London May 22 There is no truth in the report that President Krrtger hits sued for peace and no communi cation from him on time subject Is ex tcctcd in time immediate future Time war office has received the lot lowing Kroonstad Ifay 21Jlullel reports that his advance will be delayed for A few days on account of the way in which the railroad has been de stroyed Bundle reports that Ladybrand tins been occupied Hunter is pushing up the railway with supplies for the Mafeking gnu rison anti Iis arranging a hospital I train for time conveyance of the sick and wounded ot Klmberley- Mcthucn has left Uoopstad to co operate with this force I No message front President Kruger direct or Indirect has recently been I received by Lord Salisbury or any department of the British govern ment nor it may IKS added is any communication from him dealing with the question of time cessation of hostilities expected by thorn in the immediate future Time proximity of pence according to the gtrtcrnmeut point pf view will remain n roatfcr of military progress How soon the lot ter may bring about the former Is still too suppositions for n serious forecast for tiny government official The concensus of opinion at time government ofllce isJhat time Doer dcl egates will exhaust 3tery effort In tho United States before President Kru ger sues directly though Lord Salis bury himself does not believe that the delegates will accomplish anything in Amcrcia I THEIR SUMMER OUTING Whvre Member of the Cabinet anti Their Fnmlllei Will Spend Their Vacatlon4k Washington May 22 Ovlng to the long session of congress the cabinet mcmltcrs homes will not be closed until the departure of President ani Mrs McKinley front the city Time Secretary of State and Mrs Hay with their daughters the Misses Helen and Alice Hay will leavo Wash ington the latter part of June for their summer home on the shoya of Lake Sunnpce New Hampshire where they expect to spend the greater part of tho summer The Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs Gage expect to take a spacious cottage in Chevy Chase Maryland for time summer making short trips out of town to watering places front tlmo to time The Secretary of Wnr and Mrs Hoot will shortly go to their summer homo In Southampton L L where the fondly will remain until autumn The family of time attorney general will spend the summor nt their homo in Pnterson X J Tho Postmaster General anti Mrs Churlcfl Kmory Smith will close their Massachusetts nvcnuo home In Juno and Mrs Smith will ftpond u portion of the summer abroad The Secretary of the Navy nnd Mrs Long and the members of their family as usual will spund the summer nt their Huasido home at Hiughnmi Muss Secretary Wilson and his daughter Miss Wilson1 have mado ns yet no plsns for tlueonmingumonth- aiourI IermniM 15 n illy lineS Pittsburgh Pu May 21A carriage containing four person Wits struck by a trolley ear In Hast Pitts burgh and nil lour wcro badly hurt Miss Mnmie lIt probably fatally Time others Miss Jean Watkins Ktl ward Mcdlnnls and Kdwnrd Woods were badly bruised and cut h McUliile Will Un There Canton 0 May 21 President Me Klnley hits accepted the Invitation to bo In Canton on July 4 when n Span ish trophy cannon into be mounted And a patriotic demonstration bold GRANT STATUE UNVEILEDII t It Wm Frrufnlvtl to thio2Zton liT Ihe Oiuiil Army of thu nepubllr IUI- lliSUltlimt t Iennn 1oJU lit Washington May Orhe statue of Gen Grant presented tits Grand Army of the Republic to the nation Was unveiled in the great rotunda of time capitol Saturday and elaborate ceremonies commemorative of the event were held in tIme hall of repre sentatives in time presence of n vast concourse of people who included the widow daughter and descendants of time hero of Appomattox hundredn of his comrades in anna the officers nnd committee of time u A II and many persons distinguished in mili tary political and social circles Time statue of the preeminent of the union forces m the civil war represents the contributions Of thousands of his comrades of the UJ n none of whom was allowed to subscribe more than 15 cents anti is tho result of a movement started shortly after Gen Grants death at itt McGregor ia July 1885 It is the work of Franklin Simmons nn American sculptor Of marble of heroic size it stands on a granite pedestal emblazoned with a bronze seal of the G A II representing the grim old hero in tho full uniform of n general equipped for tIme field with top boots and gauntlets lila cloak over his left arm anti his right hand resting on the hilt of lila sword The counterfeits of statesmen soldiers and pioneers In marble anti bronze tidorn the old house of representa tires chamber of the capitol now statuary hall but these are gifts of time individual states Grants statue I was unveiled In the rotunda as be fitted the statue of one whose valiant service was for the whole nation There It will remain with the statue of Jefferson Hamilton and Lincoln which also are in the rotunda an ex ample and nn inspiration to future generations The hero of Appomattox stands near the western entrance flanked on either side by the famous paintings of time SurreCJler of Cornwall and the Surrender of Burgolne The unveiling took place shorts before noon in the presence of Mrs Grant Mrs Satoris Miss Satorls tim officers of the G A K Speaker lien derson and Senator Fryc president pro tern of the senatetThe fact of the unveiling was kept secret and only n few outsiders wit nessed it There were no ceremonies Miss Satorls attired in white drew the lanyard that uncovered the statue Mrs Grant Inspected it crit ically and smiled her approval The party then repaired to the hall of the house where the ceremonies oc curred Washington May 20At 230 p ItSaturday the ceremony accepting tho statues of Bcnton anti TUalrfronv Mis souri began time other business of the kcnato being laid aside I I UNION MEN IN JAIL Tlic Word Scab Slant Xot Re UIHectares Judge WilllnmN of the Federal Court Little Bock Ark May 20In the United States district court hero John A Williams imposed n jail sen tence of six months upon Guy Miller 3 and Alden Hayes for contempt of court anti interfering with time nonunion motormen who arc employes of the courts receiver now operating the street car system It was con tended by the defense that the mo torman and Conductor were not on duty at the time but the court held that it made no difference and that the receivers employes as such are entitled to the protection of the court at all times Time court further de chutes that tho term scab as applied to nonunion employes wo are under the courts protection was in itself very near contempt and must bo stopped Iorto liicos Secretary of state Washington May OWm H Hunt of Montana has been selected to be secretary of state for the island ofPorto lUco Mr Hunt was recently appointed agent for the United States government before the Chilean claims commission a position which he vacates to accept this last appointment He is a son of the late Secretary Hunt nnd a lawyer of high standing in his own state IZxplonlon of llrednntju Clifton W Va May 20There was t frightful explosion of firedamp nt tht CnnulcnSpllmail mines here by which Charles Varltm was eo badly injured that he died and several others received slight Injuries pan ful but not fatal Time tipple and H lot of mlle ours at time entrance were demolished anti sent pellmell nto a field IiAtStun Francisco iIny20uTimo board of health luid adopted a resolution declaring thnt bubonic plague exists in San Francisco The health author ities say that while there arc no liv ing oases here there have been six deaths during time past three month and they have decided to take precau tions against the development and Hpread of the tihiense- Irofeiuiormmnit Student DentS Ithaca X Y May 31 Gardiner S Williams emeritus profossor of sci ence and art of teacbjng In Cornell unlvmvity died of paralysis nged 72 years Hiram Y LUtlo of Cleveland B student died of typhoid fever aged 23 oars Inc Ocr 51ar Aftiitcnte Stockholm May BO A Vunior II Wbroad here In proTiocr circles tbi jug Oicura declaration of mmymnpmmtIi with Great Britain may cause hue t4kabdicate as It has embittered UU ro tations vlth4 the cabinet t Li yt i Ft i S Building j Material Irr- II ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM lledBEHIaF I j Doors and Windows Shingles c I Limo and Cement IInrdwareJJ 1 1BuildersJ Palma Oils etcIj ESTIMATES I I CHEERFULLY r- iFURNISUEI I FEED STUFFS Hay Oat Coru Bran etc etc LPWS Ellison k v t XAYFIRLD CARRIER PIUEONS i Mayfield MirrortJ rho Louisville Homing Pigeon club sent express gent Watts 100 carrier pig eons Saturday afternoon The birds were liberated near Mr Watte homos Sunday morning at 730 oclock and reached Louisville in about six hoursfI Fool Enough to Accept c While the late James II Board father I of Dan Beard tho artist was painting a portrait of Zachary Taylor he said to I hint Well General I supposo yont are to be our next piesiclent I hope not grunted the bluff old heroIno military man has any business in the i presidential chair but if they offer it ac to me I suppose Ill be dfool enough- tor accept itThe Argonaut it b Peace Not IB Evidence In tho depressing news of tho three days battle at Catubig which the American forces suffered the heaviest loss in any one cugagcmant during the course of the war in tho Philippines there is not much encouragement in Gen Otis recent announcement of the termination of that war It is apparent also that the same War t Department restrictions which govern T ed tho news sent out from Manila dur ing tho Otis regime still prevail to con trol Gen McArthurs reports Not un til the American people had waited for nearly a week for an official report ofw the three days battle and then only on receiving tho sanction of an official inquiry from Washington did Gen Mo Arthur cable the details of the fight ih Mhe old creedLet nothing pass that is calculated to injure tho administra tion seems in as full force as ever Tho American people are weary to the soul of the ghostly muddle In tho Philippines They begrudge overt drop of American blood shed in that do plorable conflict If U is still possible for the Philippines mistake to bo rec tified the public sentiment of this coun try demands its rectification Tragedy not glory is tho doininent note of the t Philippine story in American cars MARRIAGE INSURANCE Probably tho moat unique insurance t association that has over been sprung upon the people of tho United States was established last week athampaigu Ills where five bright young men have formed Tho Marriageable Mutual Ben 1 efit Association with headquarters in thatcity The object of the association is to provide a fuad upon which ypang I 1marriedcouple can begin housekeep ing being purely mutual ThirtyI dollars being demanded of each applicant payable at tho rate of 85 pert month and after a member is initiated into the lodgo his dues are 50 cents per 1 month until his marritigo takes place No examination as to whether tho apc plicant has matrimonal aspirations is t held but no benefits are allowed untill the member has been in the lodgo 18I months Upon tho presentation of aI marriage certificate after this period has elapsed a member la paid 250 This f sum la also paid should a member die while holding a certificate A Fast Bicycle Rider Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruises from accidents BuckleusI Arnica Salve will kill tho pain and heal tho injury Its the cyclists friend It cures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns meers and Piles U guaranteed Only 25cts Try it Solt- by all druggist PIOBIIIII ANDdOHIO RAILROAD THE POPULAll LINE FOR Bt Louis Chicago St Paul Omaha Kan eat City Detroit Toledo and all points North East and West Cairo New Or lease Mobile Birmingham Nash Title Chattanooga Montgomery Thomas vllle Atlanta Augusta Charleston Sa taaaah JaeksonTllle Tampa Port Tam pa Miami and all points In the South I east Elegaal Vestibuled First Class Coaches with Backing room and complete toile I genUtCRd with the comfort of the passengers Also Veetlhuled Palace Sleeping Cars with I CDrawing Boost and Buffet between St Loala and Mobile New Orleans Mont Bomeryi Thbmasville and Jacksonville f Fla E B BLAIR Traveling Passenger Agent Jtlckeott Ten INFAXTIOIDE Sensational Arrest ot a Young Mother in Ballard County From Paducah Sun A day or two ago several small lays were fishing in Mayfield Oreek near Bar low Cit Dallnrd county when they haul out the boay of nn infant They liar rigidly reported tho discovery to ono of the boys father but he regarded it as n youthful bogey and made no investi gation Tho following day the lays white fish ing in the same limbo hauled out the same body und again reported it An investigation was then made and the body of n two monthsold infant with n plow lino around ltd wRist was taken from its watery gram It then developed that Bud Howell and his wife who was u Mks Salllo Word nil being of well known families that section had recently returned from Carlxjndulo 111 whoro thug wont to reside after their marriage lust De cember Six weeks ago tho couple returned to this State to biro whom thoy were soon with the child They hired n buggy drove out with he infant and came back without it The couplo then Heimmted each going back homo nnd coda afterward Howoll disappeared nnd has not boon hoard from An invostigution developed tho net that tho baby had first been given laudanum und then thrown into tho reek with the plow line to hold it down ThotWomnn is now in jnil at Wlokllffo TUB ancients believed that rhenrua was the work of a demon within a man Any ouo who has had an nUwok of sciatic or inllaumtorr rhontnatism wilt agree that the infliction Ls douioul enough to warrant time belief It has uoverbeou claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would east out demons but will cure rheumatism and hundreds oar testimony to the truth of thU statement One application relievos tho papi wait this quick relief which it affords is aloud worth utauy times lU cost For sale by Cowgill CowRill ilickutan earl A M Shaw Stntw Lino draggiSt- ee TIIK niVEii AM triu itAimuAD Tho Railroad Gazotto gives ttjfure to show that water trmmportation oven of roightB in hulls cannot compote with railroad transxirUttiooand toulinch the contention it iiro8onto the ease of grain trade via the Mitthwippl ribr Twenty yours ago it was predicted that the grain Undo of the weal and north est would go to Eurojx via the river and Now Orleans tho construction of tho jcttios at the mouth of tho river having resulted in a ohunnul navigable by largo vessels Barges wore to tako groin from St Paul and Kansas City as well us from Cairo and St Louis to Now Orleans for transfer tp ocean steamers Tho oast and west trunk lines wore toO out of tho grain businoHR nnd the Atlantic sea board cities wore to sail thoir grain ele raters for old lumber The Gazette points out that Now Orleans has indeed increased its grain ro colpte but not by way of tho river Of he 40000000 bushels received by Now Orleans in 1803 only 7COOOOO came by river Tho Illinois Central which para lopes tho river brou t 200000UO bush eU The opening of the mouth of the Mississippi has not developed tho grain trufllc on tho river Waterways in short ore not what they are cracked up to bO- oSt Louis still sends most of its grain by roll Of its shipment yearly of 46000 000 bushols bu 73000CO wont down tho Mississippi in 1693 and not nil of this to Now Orleans And the grain truffle of tho oust and west trunk lines is still a considerable item Memphis Scimitar I COSSIDEU it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to toll about the wonderful cure effected in U1l case by tho timely nso of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was taken very badly with flux and procured a bottle of this remedy A few of it effected n permanent euro I take pleasure iu recommending it to others suffering from that dreadful di seasodrW Lvxcn Don W Va This Remedy is soh by Cowill Cowgill Hickman and A M Shaw State Linn Druggists NoticeA- ll persons indebted to Sanders Reeves by note or otherwise as tho paper comes dno are respectfully requested to como and settle tho same with Sept 27 E E REEVES St CO 1Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter be published notices not to exceed 0 lines from formers who are subscrib procuctsGood milk cows for sale Apply to 0 L Ross lYluppoonrill Tens 14 bushel genuine Whippoorwill Peas for salo B R WALKER 0 FOll SALE Ono line brood mare nearly a thoroughbred with young colt works any where Also u No 1 family horse 5 years old this spring Bay black mono and tall nearly 1G hands high well bred and perfectly gentle anybody can drivo ortcredit M A McDANtKt State Line THE STEVE STAR Livery anil Feed liable J Clinton Street west of Hickmau Wag on Factory Keeps Surreys Buggies Horses o for hire Every nccouio datiou given Your patronage solicit edr Ii USED liEn PISTOL Memphis Woman Rills One Malt njiJJ Fatally Wounds Another I At Memphis Tcnn Sunday moral f early three men Edward WhittingUi Dennis Brogan nnd Thomas Colcnv t said to be coal miners from West V ginia entered tho lunch houso of T McKonna at tho corner of Adams u d Front streets and became involved inI difficulty with tho porter McKcnim at his wife interfered and Mrs McKoni a was badly beaten with a club in u t hands of Whittington She ran bchti Ii tho counter and procuring u revolu shot Whittlngton through the back r tho neck killing him instantly Brocn then advanced menacingly towards lie nnd received n bullet in tho faco whir the physicians say will provo fatt Coleman escaped without injury Tho woman is in jail r e TO PROTECT LOWLANDS ProrlsloH IH River and Harbor Bll WASHINOTOS May 10 Special J RepresontAtlvo Pierce toduy secured i tho rivers and harbors emergency npprt priotion bill a provision for a survey frot tho high water mark in Lake count Tnnn on tho Mississippi river to th high water mark at Hiokman Kyn witi u view to building a levee for tho pur pose of protooting tho low lands WHAT TAYLOR SAYS Indianapolis Ind May 22 Governs Monntjleclaren that ho will not give neither Taylor or Finley Justus Goebe urived hero this afternoon to remonstrate Taylor said today I cannot my that I will or will not be a candidate for gar amor this tall The iparty insisted that I should bo nominated but 1 fall to ZIt- Ihow I could make n canvasIW Whats tht atk for the Kentucky republicans k place a candidate for governor and lira tenant governor in the Held by ernc ekvr fir palJtTj P J lion v ki d 2 vtt arr M9 n rII j i r I fir l In oxl1I1 If 14 iK I4IC1tO1fshIVu Slit alj trul Ai tr dyrtrut- pyre e lcnt ICIUIIralp Wnlog I The Best too lor Intollcctnul Thongli No man can veto unless he thinks hileUIgcntly h4 lliln lima or war and rumor of wars the greatest aid lo Intelllcani thinking and the but food for Intelligent Ihoucbt leI thus new paper which Is grunlMt and bttt Important political Iitjues are daily growing more Important An intelligent understanding of the pollny of A nation or n treat poliilodl party It i oni llilne toi bi desiredshitl It III Hii liijr ef every citizen to iiinrouEltljr infarct himself on ithe leading topics of time ilny 11 and cable news certlcn le14 that of any other paper It print the new news fully not imaginative CRiirroHeeH but Jomeitlo and ordIRtnl ftitiv ut hen nested fact The pollclrt of the great palliieal par ura Ire now being formed sad the oandl date 1 Now Is lbe tlmo to iub scribe for the beet medium of keeping In touch with the whole world The Soml Wetkly Republic No lees worthy of attention IIs the lie Sunday Mmaxlne It le replete each issue with the best of special written br Ibe lbOIl of literary talent It beautiful halt tone illuMrMlonft have al ready undo It fatuous and ibAlr quality Nw fmturri ol alimrbluc nUn llga- are illustrated nod enlarged upon in n manner equal to the lil hprlttl raga tie Hioni of eurraot interest are art iirili in rnlortalnlne tylf Tbtrn Iis be- mar In LI plow in liLt fur tbe beneflt of ttr UdiM the Htwl Parma fblau an rack npk xquMl ljr Illustrated and de nrlVxl The Republics Sunday Iluga tine Is + tlaJlltl- I 1 = I Both pipers ate flew being off red at tin irrjr low prior of IiiO for one r reTo treas this low rate Beth must be Iii paid fr at the sates thus AMrcat all erlee u Till UKPUUMr vr Luiq Mo Fur Mood u email tarot as itrr iis in Vitorii Kentucky D II f oink Accept no substrtjitc I Insist on liON COFFEE irjflib pkgs liter ltliCle matiId RRI JIJ cxchniiZt for liwt 2xLwtt from front ufi lb 7JQN AWkR 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