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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 o = rT T n tit V 1 aJI L 5 y aJ 1 fJ1tri rI I r eo T q p r t i FHE COURIEJitt k t p OLDEST NEWSPAPER t- TM 335 WESTERN KENTUCKY a fi aiJ T 111 ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUjKTY KY JUNE 1 900 VOL XXXV NO 27 t J =i happyThenJust to scatter geedi of kindness Ai you pass along the way ofnjanyMay ouoAsacornBheltcntXt Trio strawberry season Is about over f I Tho census enumerators will begin work today o rj Advertising iis tho lever that moves 1J tho huRinrcn world t Tho City Council will meet in regu tlurBosnian next Monday night t Thero U still no reason to bpliove wo will have tiny Juno flood this your p Tho proper time to protiaro an ad ot vertising campaign Is now bo ready bavobeenThe nnw church building iq Fast peeCDr Dickens will preach at iho Cum berland Presbyterian Church next Tuert day night Everylxdy Invited r q R Muck Harper a young man well known in Hlokman shot at a negro in j Fulton last Saturday but missed his man a Last week at Dyereburg Teen T DMcAlixter a former citizen of Curutb untville Mo shat and killed his wife rnd then himself yw Cairo Bulletin Tho negro arrested by Wiokllffo otllcors for assaulting a young stranger near that town Wednes day gave his name Ill Edward liurnett of Hickmau I Today the census enumerators will publiemanner of questions and of courso you will have to answer them Union City Coin Courier MisH MatUo Nelson who has Iji eh visiting diM Ida Mason accompanied by tho 01 a latter aid Mlsa Nora Meachnm of Nick man left lout afternoon for her homo Qrogan the man who killed Louis DoMontcourt near CarutherHvillo Mo a few months u p was admitted to hail in tho Hum of 115000 nt Jackson Mo lout week ftk aaw too Calm Bulletin k Kid A N Glover of Union City K will till his regular apix intmoht at Mt Hcmton Sunday afternoon nt a oclock He will prtuah on tho tint flunduy after iibon In each mouth Everybody Invited qcinaiwaa aOi net lnsff un- licvlfout Lakn will continue fifteen days this year and nn effort will be rondo to Nccuro the ttervlcert of Rev Sam Jones or Itov StewaitI A curiosity in to be seen at the Im plumont Start of F E Iteeve S Ca It Iis a bicycle made from the branches of i forfeit tre44 It in fitted with brake double scat Ac all made from natural growth and substantially constructed KO that it can bo ridden It was made by Dili Walker col Under u recent decision of the Court of Appeal property owned by Morans Odd Fellow ElkH Y M C Associations und other Institutions of like character i exemptit instituIa very entertaining exhibition at City Hull last night presenting tho beautiful little operetta Jack and tho Bean stalk Tho homo watt crowded and tho children ouo and all performed their parts In such manner aa to reflect tlio highest credit ou themselves and tnolr instructors A New Test for Teacher The State Hoard of Education has di tactedthat nth irons holding license to leash muRtUikoan examination in Amor i loan literature Tnte Ilfln accordance with an nut of tho last legislature which made provisions for the teaching of tho branch American literature In common r schools Another lag provided that when new subjects are taught teachers must take an examination on theeo sub jects There are a largo number of teachers over tho state holding what aro termed exemption license Theo are obtained after teaching a certain num years If the teacher holds a di 4 4iloma from tho State Normal College or Zia passed a certain examination which la intended to show tho qualifications of u graduate of tho State Normal Allof theso will havo to report now for exami nation in American literature on questions submitted by the Stnto Board ro THE IPUBLIC HICKMAN Kv May 29 1000 Mr J W MoKEKNAN Special Agt Equitable Lifo Assurance Society Dear Sir I deslro to acknowledge receipt of chock through you No GB88 for the sum of 9I200GO in full settle mont of policies Nos 032021 for SlOOO i 03JG22 for 1000939602 for SU7J and 030603 for f35oo The first two thous and woro taken out by my late husband DEE UKID in July 1809 and last named policies wero taken out in August 1809 for 31100 payable In o equal annual In 8tallmcnt3 or its equivalent S2050 in ono single lump sum My husband died May 2nd 1000 and today I am In roo coipt of check for full amount I desire to recommend tho Equitable to all wish ing to Invest in Lifo Insurance for Its promptness and fair dealings In every r way conceivable I will say I would not consider u proposition from any other Lifo Co Youro trulyMAUY t RKwt a = a r I fmQL IflpM r LIISOl r Visit Ellisonst A 3 BI6STOii Dry Goods Floor Coverings Millinery iLiitlies Fine Shop ft Ifj t J ti a toc t t CLOTI1INGiI r Largest stockAn t Kentucky- HATS 0 W J j 1 Pr i 61 Latest styles in S Goods J itt 1vBig StoeSHOESk SHIRTSGt UNDER p 4 NECKW 4R Ji i v laT1eS r l C Cook stoves for wood gasoline or coal oil We want your trade 0Le P W Sr ELLISON i i STRUCK BY LIGHTNING The Ret dence of Mr Jno Lut trell Set on Fire and His Daughter Shocked On Wednesday afternoon during a heavy rain storm the resilience of Mr John Luttrell In East Hiclauan was Htruok by lightning and his daughter Miss Ltzzlo was prostrated and render ed insensible for u short while The lightning truck tho chimney tearing oft tho top and entered a room on tho second floor doing considerable dam ago to tho ceiling and mantle and set ting tho house on fire Mr Luttrolls daughter Miss Lizzie was in tho room at the time and received severe shock The fire was extinguished before much damage was done and the 1loss will probably not exceed 5000 Will Slay Here Rev C L Price tho excellent young rector of Trinity Episcopal church atI this place and also the church at Col umbus has received a call to an Episco pal charge at Nashville with a salary of 1200 a year and nnely furnished par eonago Of ulna rooms But ho has do opined tho offer and remains with his people here although realizing that he has a hard and difficult field to hold in the two ycung charges so widely sepa rated Such faithfulness and dlsmtrust ed devotion deserves a handsome reward from his peoplo who no doubt ap uplWhat Mrs Dower DesiresI Intimate friends of Mrs Dewey as sert that sho him materially changed her political views since the Admiral started on lids Western and Southern trip Sho positively refuses to talk on this subject for publication Slucoher return to Washington she has said to J friends that she hopes her husband will reconsider his intention to outer public life t I would not have taint President J she said to an intimate friend oven If in my power I feel the strain would j provo disastrous to his health and cer tainly would interfere with tho happy I ness wo are now enjoying J SUDDEN DEATH Mr M B Shaw Dropped Dead Yesterday Horning Yesterday morning about 9 oclock this community was shocked by the an nouncement of the sudden death ofMr M U Shaw ono of Hickmans most worthy and prominent citizens A few minutes before ho was stricken down ho bad been attending to his customary duties about tho store was apparently In good health having remarked to a friend that be was feeling unusually well At the time of his death he was in the dining room upstairs and was engaged In conversation with a colored domestic when suddenly ho reeled back ward and fell to tho floor expiring in a few seconds The deceased was well and favorably known to nearly every ono In this sec tion of tho country having been in business in Ilickmau for many years and his friends aro numbered by the score Ho loaves a wife and two sons to mourn his untimely end aJIo was 67 years old The funeral services will be conducted at tho residence today at 2 80 oclock p m by Rev J II Evans Peaco to his ashes The Dog Crop In Teimessce The livo stock interest in Tennessee is not proceeding upon well balanced lines according to our esteemed con temporary tho Tennessee Farmer It says tho number of sheep In that State In 1870 was 872000 and in 1890 the number had fallen to 286000 while the number of dogs had reached 850000 LAST fall I sprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The doctor I called on that said it was a alight sprain and would soon bo well but U grew worse and tho doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to get worse and I could hardly got around to work I went to a drug store and tho druggist recommended me to try Cham berlains Pain Balm 1 tried it and ouo half of a 60cent bottle cured ine entire myfriendsFis for sale by Cowglll Cowglll Hick Lino1Druggists I I III i A GOSPEL BOAT Te Travel Up aad Down the Ohio and Mississippi Hirers Mr John Ncihaus of Evansville IndIhas fitted up a stern wheel boat propelled by gasoline machinery The boat in its remodeled condition is pra tically now and is a commodious nicely furnished vessel of fliio appearance Tho name of the craft is Guiding Star most appropriate when it Is understood what is to bo tho business intended to bo engaged In It Is Intended for a gos pal boat whoso purpose is to spread the gospel up and down tho Ohio and Mis sissippi and tributary rivers Mr NetG hues will mako his homo on tho boat and with two associates will devote their lives to bringing sinners to repentant according to tho faith of tho AdventIr lids as Mr Ncihaus says Tho vessel is to be used ns a gospel boat and Mr Neihnus and two associates will travel1 up and down the rivers of the Missis sippi valley preaching the gospel and proclaiming tho principles of the Ad ventlstilth They will anchor at nilI towns and cities along the waterways which they traverse and will hold services on the boat They expect in th way to serve as evangels for their faith and do more effective work than would bo possible in any other way The boat will be ready for uso In a few days Uniontown Telegram rThey Stand Firm disposItionamouK these years of evolution or revolution to stand by some of the old land marks The Southern Baptist Convention pass ed strong resolutions on tho liquor ques tion the General Assomoly of tho Presbyterian church has before it a reaoln tinn standing by tho Sabbath and tho General Conference of the Methodist church has a sweeping resolution main taming its old stand on card playing dancing and theatre going It is en ooaraglng to BOO the church stand firm ou the things that made our fathersI ighat they are oven If the state is its posed to wabble a little J I r i r r E a i STATE CONVENTIONS i June 14th and July 19th A Democratic State Convention tto select delegates to the Democratic Na tional Convention has been cutlet to 1100oThe delegates to tho State Convention to be named by county moss couven lions to be held at the various county court houses on Saturday June 9th at 2 oclock p m- GUBERNATORIAL CONVENTION On July 14th in each precinct of each county in the State at the regular vot ing place at 2 pm precinct conven lions are to bo held for the purpose of sending delegates to a county convention to bo held Monday July 10 which I county convention shall appoint dele gates to a State Convention to be held in Lexington Ky Thursday July 19 to nominate a candidate for Governor Joe Ulachburns Position The Courier Journal published an address from Senator elect J 0 S Black bum to tho Democrats of Kentucky on eqthe Issues of the coming campaign and setting forth some suggestions as toI party policy He advocates a call that shall open the party doors to Demo crats of all shades of opinion willing to support the nominees and favors a pint torm declaration for a return to vlvnI voco voting and other changes in thoI election laws Public Noticejj The firm of Lcdford Rogers having been dissolved Mr J W Rogers Unclo Jack desires notice given that hOt tcf gether with Mr Cuo Threlkold hub bought tho stock of J M Witting and added thereto an Immense stock of fresh groceries and that under the firm name of Rogers Throlkold they will run a general grocery business at tho Witting Stand Clinton street whore Uncle Jack Land Cuo will welcome old customers and friends and as many now ones us maybe kind enough to call Wo keep any sad everything In our lino r CHAS K WHEELER Declared the Nominee Tho Hint District Democratic COR gressloaal Committee met la Padacah Saturday and declared the primary election to nominate a Democratic vast dldate for Congress off ad byreaoU tlon declared tho Hon Chas K Wheel cr ot McCracken county tho Bomiaee Tho action of the Committee WM basedaon tho fact that Wheeler was the only candidate and according to tko nding of tho Committee whoa the primary r was ordered that if uo other oaaildates announced by tho DOtk rf May that the primary would be declared oft and the nominee named by the Committee Gen Lewis for Governor 1Ji fR It Is announced that Jadg Ja Lowfa will make the race for Governor itythe Democrats of the State iItl for him He is preeminently 1seaa for tho Democrats to nominate Bofa a pare upright suet a Democrat bat sever a politician for twenty years a Jadge of our State Supreme Court aad fee foal I years a gallant Confederate General His name is worth tea thoesaad eea J senjativo votes to hIs party t Vice PreJcleatlI I- c I it111I1 l ifTammany and the Brodklyn D M crats go to Kansas City harmoatoYte fir f Bryan and John P Carroll keic1t a Tasim nyirallspcaki gCoi TaaMMwy says such k to be tile PQ1ioytltoe iipresidentialnomination will go to Few York if the delegation asks fork ile ator Fairbanks of Indiana a dedMTvll State is now considered thocomingmm for Republican vice presidential ol tnK tionnnd jf tho Republicans tab flair nominee from a doubtful State iile DeM- ocratlc a convchtion in all proba wilt do likewise New York and BwoWya Democrats harmonious and in has anal + teati J ing tho State will be grelftly nhsd-r Either party to win afl indication spew aro must carry New York alktwrrseams that good polities iwto to UM Mi lection ot a New Yorcnhfl1lritti sari y ltiesit byE c between Eag land and America and between theii speaker and tho listener in adjusting ithe surroundings under which tho after dinner speech shall bo delftered Scarcely has tho field glass of the Prince of Wales put tho speaker at ban queti at a disadvantage when the long distance telephone method bolls up to the orators rescue Channcey Depew whoso leadership among atterdlnuer speakers Is as unquestioned as is that of tho Prince of Wales among afterdinner auditors has just delivered a speech at a distance of 225 miles from his home In Washington to u hotel in New York Each guest listened to the speaker thro a receiver THERE is less than usual interest so fur this year in the presidential earn paign This Is largely duo to the fact that the nominees aro well settled in ad vance Tho race four years ago so far as tho heads of tho tickets aro concern ed will bo repeated this year Tho con test over second places does not elicit any great amount of interest The principal tight will bo over the platforms After tho conventions interest will grow nioro intense but wo see nothing to in dicate another contest that will disturb the nation as the former contest Knop villo Sentinel ttttTime item in tho sundry civil bill ap propriating 2 00000 for tho Mississippi river from Cairo Ill to the head of tho passes was passed by tho Senate Satur day Senator Berry who has been very active in securing tho appropriation hud it in charge Ho U assured by Senator Allison chairman of tho appropriation committee that the senate will not go 1 back to this item again It must be un derstood however that tho appropriu ation must run tho gauntlet of the con forenco committee before it is finally made It is believed that the appropri anon is now assured ttttTim existence of tho bubonic plague in San Francisco has led to quarantine measures in Texas whose example will most likely bo followed by other States in the union The appearance of the plague was almost Inevitable owing to tho increased commerce which now goes on over all parts of tho world The sit nation ia ono which calls for coolness of action and prompt Isolation It is altogether likely that the disease will yield to our modern methods and that wo need not expect tho death rate ex isting In India where tuicleanlbaess and lack of medical skill have their full s share in promoting morality t- tt The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARIIEX Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS In Austria coal miners average 7 I u cents a dayTNew York bricklayers demand Ga I a cents per hour r Of the 3700 Chinese in New ZealandI I only 20 arc females 1 No fewer than S3 generals arc serv ing in South Africa Pleasant Duck and Blush VJgg are two Missouri gentlemen Turkey bought 243325 worth ofr American flour last year The lIfo of an Australian native rarely exceeds hfty years A Lithuanian in Chicago bears the name of John Uppermost Short The Russian ministry of marine hn recently ordered six torpedo boats t France Algeria and Tunis producedI 12158010000 gallons of wine in 1609 The Iron Mountain railroad payN 200000 u year in taxes in Arkansas t tats exterminated a colony of 48i I prairie dogs in Lincoln park Chicago liubbles made of filtered castilol soapsuds and glycerin will last for day The Florida democratic state con f Ytuitlbn will meet at Jacksonville June 19- 1Vtesbaden harbors a womun who has been a prompter in a theater for CO yearsIf the cabs in London were placed in a line there would be a totalI length of 43 miles Spanish girls who make the famousI sans of Valencia arc paid about twcu tyfive cents per day Americans use more than 90000000 I pounds of tea a year nearly all of jwhlch comes from China 1onner Gov Taylor of TennesseeI is said to have cleared 30000 on his lecture season just closed r Charitable persons send 0000000 d every year to the secretaries of char titles and missions in London i Liability for service in the New nglnnd militia ranges in the event fyenrsfowns boy jrlnwl n A horse will eat in a year nine times his own weight a cow nine times an i ox six times and a sheep six times Two new steamboats ore to be placed hi the Chattahoochce river trade The boats will be built at Jet fersonvillc A stray chimpanzee from Central Africa sometimes goes as far north as Morocco whore it is looked on as a Ii hairy man with four hands I N Portland Ore exported 9300000 bushels of wheat during the last eight i months More than half of this was raised in the state of Washington Gen Thomas II Hubbard of New York has given 150000 to Bowdoin college if Brunswick Me for the construction of a new library build ingThe casket containing the remains i of Lincoln through fear of vandal thieves has been removed no less than ten times since it was first placed in e I the vault at Oak Ridge cemetery May If 4 1603 Senator Depew said recently that the largest fees he ever received were f from clients to whom he presented no 3 bills but who assessing their ow valuation paid far more than he eve itchargedDeB 1rd a sister of Gen l wr lI kboItI cnvalryJender strong in sympathy of the Boer cause ant i IIt has written several magazine articles i N supporting her position- InI New York city there IsI a move- III ment to establish a city ice plant This is upon the theory that if the I city furnishes it at cost in n liquid I form there is no sound reason why f should not be furnisher n blocks Senator Jones of Nevada is aI strong believer in a diet which he hasI himself devised Ills breakfast never varies It is always eaten al 8 oclock end invariably consists of only one cup of black coffee arid a large piecet of cinnamon bun The First Baptist church In Dover Pa has converted n building hereto fore used for church social affairs into a shirt factory in which church members are given preference in em Il IlpJoyment Five per cent of the wages to the church work InI I 1 1tOA 1n Germany authority estimates that a third of humanity speaks the Chinese language that the Hindu lan guage is spoken by more than 100 t 000000 the Russian by 0000900 while the German is spoken by 77000 I 000 000000 tongues and time Spanish by 49 I I Silk of the great spider of Mada f 1gascnr lIB strong fine and clastic It I fnstenlngII which produce it are busy spinners I proIt I I hours J JTbe scales used in weighing din monds are so delicately poised that t the weight OR single eyelash wi- lliturni the balannpt I I Over 50 per cent of the cotton ex ported from the United States 1II- ii V cleared from the ports of t and New Orleans The grand vizier of Turkey get e twice the salary enjoyed by the Brit ish premier and has perquisites of about as much more Medical men in Italy derive so much y of their income from foreigners that most of the students now learn to r peak English and German I it j I aaJt 10 1 OUR SOLDIERS BUSY Small Engagements Take Place Almost Daily in Luzon IUIIIf Gen Frederick Funntnn Ac uultteil ur HiiTlnit Sumninrlly Ex ecuted Two Satires In Ibo 0Irorlnce of Zambnlesu Manila May 28 Scouting small engiumontB and the capture of arms and prisoners continuo daily in Northern Luzon Last weeks opera tions by the 9th 12th 33d 34th and 30th regiments resulted In tho killing of 40 of the enemy the taking of ISO prisoners and the capture of 300 rifles and a quantity of ammunition Col Edward P Gardin with three companies of the 39th regiment ands bluejackets from the gunboat Helena landed nt Pnlonog Masbate Island under the euemyo fire routed the in surgents and utter an engagement lasting toll an hour occupied the town without casualties The insurgent commander with 10 officers and MO men surrendered on SAmy SO giving up 100 rifles An hn pressive scene occurred on tho plaza when the prisoner were disarmed and liberated Tho islanders were found suffering from look of food ow ing to the blockade and the Ameri eon authorities are endeavoring to relieve them Pence reigns and no trouble is expected in Manila although the city Iis crowded with people from the prow Incas noel were leaving the unprotect ed hamlets in order to avoid the con scription which the insurgent loaders are enforcing as well as robbery and outrages nt the hands of roving in surgents and bandits The investigation of tho charge against Brig Gen Frederick Funston ot having summarily executed two natives in the province of ambaloa has resulted in a discontinuance of the proceedings It developed the fact that Gen Funston caught the nn tires in the net of murdering bound Maccabebe scouts his action in view of the circumstances being regarded as justifiablp Manila May 7TJle government corral at Manila has been quaran tined There are four suspected cases of bubonlo plague among the teamsters who are living in filthy dwelling which will be burned Since the murders on board the steamer El Cano by the native crew coastwise captains have been fearful of repetitions of the tragedy and have requested the authorities to furnish guards for their steamers which has been declined Throe commercial steamers are now in the boy their Spanish captains refusing to sail until protected noel others intend imitating them The authorities have returned to time captains their re volvers of which they were recently deprived Col Padilla the rebel governor of Nueva Kcija was captured during the recent fighting at Nueva Ecija and it now in jail here- SECRECY MAINTAINED Pratt Jar Manufacturers of time Unit rd State Held a MeetloEr at ludlanapolli ndlanapolls Ind May 25Fruit jar manufactures of the United States held a meeting at the Dennison house talkingrover the general conditions of the business Last winter the fruit jar men held several secret meetings here nanti it was given out that they intend itdthrough Ball Bros of Muncie but they denied this report They claim now they have no asso elation and no written agreement as to prices Besides giving attention to trade in this country the fruit jar men recently sent two agents to ametexposition re utmost secrecy aa to their meeting was maintained BATTLE AT KUMASSL An Effort o Break the InvcstlnR Line Proven Very DUnMroan Eipeelnlly to the Enemy Accra May Slt IB reported that three European officers were killed and Capt Aplin arid 100 Hauxers were wounded in a recent effort by the La goo Hausers to break the investing pines of tribesmen at Kumassl The Aslmnti loss in1 reported to have been great aa the Ifausera had three Maxims engaged although themselves greatly outnumbered Three hundred Ashnntls are said to Lave urea killed In n previous action The rising is still spreading Tot Interfere With Work Washington May 28Flro at the bureau of engraving and printing caused a loss of about 1500 Tho damage done was mostly to outbuild ings and will cause no interference with the work of the bureau which- r prints the government money and se curities Application for Extradition I Washington May 27Thu state department has received from the British ambassador a formal applica tion for the extradition of Count De arrestnin Chicago on a charge of swindling and forgery committed In Montreal Shot by Wbltecap Searcy Ark May 278 A Jenkins n Negro school teacher was shut noel instantly killed by white caps near West Polar Ark Jerkin end another Negro were suspected d qt robbing a store a r DEFIED THE LAW opt Slroeler With au Armed Fore Squatted on Valuable Land In Chi- C KO United tijr lire 1ullrc Chicago May 27With nn armed body of 20 men two rapid fire guns and some barbed wire for making entanglements Capt George Street er Snturday took possession of ISO acres of land here After hoisting the United States flag lily men threw up two Intrenchmcnts and planted in gUriShortlIt tIt s hold Pickets thrown out by time oo cup ants of tho trenches discovered a party approaching from Lincol I park consisting of Park Superin tendent Itcdicski and Secretary Hrbv reinforced by n policeman Calls 01 i Hnu hailed to stop thq park I clnls who were bent upon fiutU out who was encroaching upon thlr ground 4 A volley from the pickets riflesI quickly1 put to flight the investigating party however and onoyof tho bill lets struck a 14 yenr old boy Uoubon Mnnley in the right knee inillotlng a sever wound The pork officials fled to a patrol box and turned in a riot call A force of 10 or to policemen armed with re solvers and club hurried to till scene from the Chicago station When time officers in command saw tho ills play of force Catling guns being pointed hla way over tho intrench meats he ordered n retreat Copt Streeter claims to own the land which with the title would be worth between thirty and fifty millions of dollars In 1686 Capt Street er and Lila wife were stranded on a little sandbar n few yards from the shore at the foot of Superior street Time spot was not down on tho maps nnd the doughty navigator laid claim to tho land and declared hits right being the whole population to elect himself to all the offices which he in framing a constitution deemed time territory in need of clumpIngearth washed up by the lake formed a large tract and Capt Streeter be came a man of importance With lib importance and the increased value of the lands his troubles began The tract became connected with tbs shore and owners of adjoining pro erty resented the presence of Cap f Streeter and the retainers he huh1 tjhthe1 court of the United Stntcn deoldtb that tho land was within the jum diction of the state of llllno4 At 210 oclock Saturday afterno fl 300 police officers of the city of Clf eago headed by Chief Klplcyl all every man boating a repentlnv ritX marohcd from the Hast ChicaVo nJ enuo station bfi the North SfIeIthe foot of Superior street + iifre Capt Gco Streeter has fortlflc him smelt A fire boat with a Gutting gun aboard was dispatched up Lake Michigan to make a demonstration from that side and to cut oft the es cape of Streeters men by means of their yacht At 315 oclock Ilrlg Germ NikeI and five of Ills men perceiving the overwhelming force of police ap proaoh climbed over tho emplace ment of their improvised torts and offered to surrender to time park jxx lice providing they were protected Time surrender was accepted and tho park policemen ntartcd on foot toy ward the police station followed by an immense crowd The remainder of Capt Btreeter force seeing the fate ot their leader deserted their guns and escaped In the throng The pollee at once took charge of the fort with its entire store of arms and ammunition Capt Streeter was not found In the fortsChicago May 28Wm II Nile military governor of the District of Lake Michigan and the five members of his army of invasion captured on the north shore huve been formal ly charged with violations of the lawn of the state of Illinois Hntctiloru Surcnior Washington May 7lt is under stood that the president has decided to appoint as a member of time fay dustrial commission to succeed M D Katchford re lgned11r Charles Leitchman of Massachusetts former ly general secretarytreasurer of the Knights of Labo- rKnoxvilles Invitation Accepted Knoxville Tenn May 27Tho in vitation extended by the Knoxville citycouncil to tho Hoer commission era to visit this city Inns urea ac cepted Arrangements for their itinerary tens not been completed noel time date of the visit can not be set at present noel Envoy Cnuiluur Went Washington flay 2LThe JJoer enIToys expect to leave here Thursday for Boston to attend a reception thereon that day From Huston they proceed west for Chicago where they aw to be on Juno 5 or 0 stopping cnIroute at Cleveland and Buffalo I Frepnrlnt tf Itecelve Len OtU I San Francisco May 28 Prepara stuns are rapidly beIng made at tin TlnjGeninchief in the Philippines who it scheduled to arrive In this city from Manila Tuesday Will Meet lu u Tent 281htMissourischeduled to meet here on Juno 5 to nominate a state ticket will be held In a tent on Shelley square in Ironliof the court rouse L AN ARBITRATION LAW I A Board to Be Appointed to Investi gate the St Louis Strike resident ot Mercantile Oriranlin thin and Claha and lleprecenla J then of the civiiinpiTB rjA Inir to Arbllrule Trimble tit Louis May O8tlto Labor Commissioner ThomuH P Jtixoy sent uploa of the followiug letter to 1rvsSdent Whit tI knr of the Transit Co thentrlkorn grievance conunlttco Dear SIr Your attention IH re pect fully directed to chapter JC J nr t 611014oMissouri as applicable to tho present itinpute existing between tho SU Louis TriMiDit Co und its llIIplo lIt In nccordnnco with sold law you a iaN hergby requested to suggest tho a naniee ul two nilitnblo pomoim to not ale arbitrator an provided In wild nice lion hl9W Falling to comply with rhle retpieot within 84 hours I shall make the appolntinent as tho law provide fury ronpoctfuliyI I T P Jllxoy Coroinlwluner of labor Statistics and Inspection Tho statutes rofornxl to proxMo h that In euBu of n strike or lockout the tato eominlnitonor of labor Nta tiatlCH and Iniptratluu may require till jj- upH liitini nt of a board of arbitration to Inquire into the merit of the case and tender an unbiased opinion The statutes set forth that thla no lion may to taken by the labor com mlMionor only when work Is going J1 JforJ c this provision In tho statutes dues not l kland In tho way of taking steps to wand orating nn arbitration board The tout provision in the statutes relntlng to arbitration Ifa that If neither party to the controversy live lays after tho ion Is rentlored to refuses to accede the decidon IIn not bleeding At a meeting atttmded by the prel dents of tnorciiMtllc orgaHkmtlon and tclubs unit roprooiitnthM of limo dully newspapers of St IIxiuln a committee r of seven wrens ap olntrtl to call upon n the St Lowl rran1t Co sad time irikviii grievance committee ami eertaln whether both aWn are whiling to summit their dlfferoncM to a board of arbitration of Thle committee JII to report bark to O 1 Whltelaw who pr oi letl at tier meitln Mr1 liltelaw wit calla second uUfOllnJ sad report the endings of time committee A ear an the Hellofontatne line of the Trfiiidit Co wvswa partly wrecked 111uwnrl Xexvhotiw nveiiiie and Mth street late I In the afternoon OIHcer Slolllne and to Keefo who were dotnllml to protect the or were oriou ly Injured Tho wheel which cnmo IH oontoet with the tjlnrchl Uie ground rise moment Hm of the car currioil It forward n low foot hey tb tore it oatne to n sadder atop Time occupants were nil hurledd forward against tine platform ef the our Near of tine paMcngnm or crew Wan IH jurtd of A Ronftflttnnnl report Iis current to the enact tthat severalI dnys ago two to stone qunrrio were robbed of SOU pounds of dynamite by unknown par tier In sonic quarters the belief ox his that n portion of the stolen 1dghr explosive wan used to wreck the lieliefontolno jSincethere have been numerous colllnlon between the police arms the strikers and the latter sympathizers Hard ly u day during that time has passed without somebody being wounded bj bullet or injured by flying missiles and police clubs The list of casual ties presents four persons shot and killed 22 wounded by bullets and 30 or more Injured In other ways Two of the killed were innocent by utanilern U striking motorman and an n emergency policeman completing the number Several of the wounded are in a critical condition nnd may die It Is estimated by the strikers that lees than fifty of their number 3323 who struck have returned to work These with the street car men Im ported from other cities are operAt Jis Ing the Transit Cos car It IIs asserted that at least 50 of the import ell mcnJmve joined time strikers Atteiiiiled Murder Danville Ill May 20 Walter Decker a colored boy from Hirmingliain tin while In n Chicago und Eastern Illinois box car near IJIsmnrck this county was attacked by n traveling companion who after knocking him down with n coupling pin tightly bound DuckerV legs and arniH antiSthen opening the car door cast him J out endeavoring to make Islam land under time wheels of the rapidly mov 1Is ing train Decker kicked time tilde of time ear n he fell nnd escaped thutJ wheels hut right knee cap watt torn off and internal injuries received may prove fatal Attend ts Mrs Oraiit Chicago May 27Mrs Ulysses B Grant and daughter Nellie Grants II- Surtorlx have signified to the mel bergs of the Grand Army national en cainpment commute their intention tb accept Invitations to be present at the encampment in August Jof Number of Klllplnos Killed Washington May rSenntllr Pet tlgrev hut introduced a resolution ceiling upon the secretary of war torItl Information ns to time number of ill Iplno who have been killed in time to rJiliipplues since February 5 1908 I FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Summary of leading Uvent Washington Tiny 3SennteAl most the entire session was taken up discussing Senator Spoonru bill pro viding that upon the suppression of uhllipplncathedcvolw upon the president until snob time an congress might direct other wile Mr Carter imsiiited time cre dentials of Mr Clark as n senator from Montana under time appointment of paling Gov Spring of that otto They were laid on time table lIoulIlfhe entire day ii i devoted to the Alaskan civil government bill low progress was made only 24 pages bring caponed of Washington May 2lSenateTheday was taken up In political speeches the Philippine question and n resolu Ion demanding an Investigation of financial attaint in Cuba furnishing subjectHouse agreement Will reached to mljourn on Juno fi Tho Necly we spiriteell collector of customs nt Honolulu at salary of MOOO n year Time post of Hoc appropriation bill was soot to conforomr and 1 1m wnya and menus commit eo Instructed to sit during the recoM Washington May 24SenateTime duty of the United States toward IU Island 1posses lonsI wn the Mibjiot of a heated political dtwumlon No busineH wan transmuted llousaVor fight hours tho mom ers tllllcuned tho Alaskan civil ROY ernment Mil But little progroM was mode An amendment was adopted authorizing the secretary of war to drctlgoforthe touch at CHIN Sumo Tint senior cut rvttort on the Indian appropria tion kill WAil adopted WaMilnRlou May1 25 nAtoA hUllltllnohutOCIItlHl nppronrintlttn bill whirls ostrrie ttitiwo or over fiOGQ000 more than UIII It lMttl time house was taken up sad 1ST page dUixuwsl of Hotttfe Tvo hours were divoted to coturtderliitf the Alaakmt civil govern bill without camiitatlnp 16 Tim romalmltr of the session was devoted private IIUJllnl1 bill Among Uioo fnvorntily acted upon wore tho aanutu bills to pension the widow of tho late Cnpt Qriilley wino eonunnndrd the Olympta In the battle of Mnnlla nt pr month- Washington May S sLSrnaloAe- solution wn ndoplrd providing fur cangrrMMteiiHl Invent lent Ion of the Cuban jKMitflJ frasllti TIn rmlititlnls hItlmprMottrd and flied Mr IfttljfrcW rmtelMttoH calllNfr MfHin for ixrrrUry war for A tntrmrnt of thr HHinlwr byUtsitetlpresentlnsnrnhouseTim Ha rolution cwlllnif VH B the fiONltiMittvr general for err tuln Information regarding tlm rrK rU tsf K O Ituthlrant iliriolor of the xwta In Cubu wns ndoptisl with out iviien Aniithor nwolutlon null top HjHin the nfretnry of war to ro ort In detail time jwyment roads and whom train the rwvenur of Cuba and Porto Itleo waa aino adopter Wonliinvtnu MayI leiSenateTlter- oaIfxg of the numlr civil apiropr1n lion M was eoladltrHlt fret nut all of he committee nmrtMlmcnt here lmrrn ItrrclltllII l ins the life of the tmluatrUt com nun Hnlll October XI 1O- IlloarrIhr Alaskan civil govern nirttt bill ItS ipaenhl Other blllll 111dOltIthe alihiiil aorprw whose commi Mnnu nhiill oxplrv Juno M 1601 and provide1 six additional onicer In the NHbf4st nre bureau of tho war dry partment te ratify the nerremrnt of the cOlllml lon to the mica Hvlltnl and the Srinlnole Indlnns to- estore to the public domiiln n small tenet of White muuntnlii Aparhv In bia rcwrr lion Arlonn to rx change geld bar for gold coin MAY SETTLE THE TROUBLE Vlatenieut Made Ur n Member nt this Clilrnito routrMclurn Council of C iM lilrralilc fllunlnrance Chicago May 2YThe contractors are willing to lucottho local unions but nut members of time National Building Trades sound ThiN state eat was made by Victor lnlkenaii chairman of the press committee of the contractorn council Is declared by lobar traders to presage a speedy BcttltiiUnt of the lobar troubles which havo for months paralyzed building operations In Chicago Mr KnlkenlnH statement however coupled with an Important proviso rhl building Trade + Council of Chi C3io the central organlMtlon of limit Chicago unions IU barred BB well nJl the National Building Trades council While our willingness to reefer with tho unions Iin a modification of Out first Ki ltlonVJie sold there will he no fcettitinent with any union which rctaliiH Its mitnborahlp with time ceu tral organlxntlon Dreltlttl Att- unlnt vey Washington May Orhl United tates Bupromo court Monday decided Adm Dcwcyn honesty claim against the admiral contention Tho effect to deprive tho admiral red mho men with him nt Man t of half ime amount claimed by them Chief Justice Puller delivered n dlnstiitlng opinion Sooth Ilnkota IlepnblleaM Ticket Sioux Falls S D May 25Thu re publican state convention adjourned ine die at 4 oclock Thursday mourn- Ing She ticket IH an follows Gov error Charles N HerrJcd Licutcunnt Governor George A Snow Secretary State O C Berg Treasurer John Bchambcr Auditor J D Ilcevcs Jaeklea Go to lIonWaihlngton May 25 Eighty jack from tho battle ship Texas will go- t prison for terms ranging from six eighteen months They are time rasa who raised trouble at Galveston ilInit +M Mlxad Emotion To illustrate time feeling of Ireland toward this predominant partner an actor who ha lately been touring tell the story of an old waiter in a Dublin hotel When are you going to get home rule in Ireland Johns m the question See ye here aorr mid- the old man the only way well get hume rule for ould Inland will ht if Fraaeean- Itunnaan Germany an Auitna an maybe ltaliI they would all join together to give those blayRianli of Jingltah a rare good hiding That time only way well get homo rule annyway Then a hi looked cautiously around a twinkle of cunning an t a smile of courtesy were added to the ex iircMion And the whole lot of em skived together couldnt do it he maid Uhits the grand navy weve gotl London Ohms icle NvtvB ThUTI Wo rifer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any call of Catarrh that cannot be lured by Mals Catarrh Cure qWeJ JtCbtoeyfor + perfectly honorshle to di iuainees transaction and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West t Truax Wholetalo Druggltti Toledo 0 Waldlng Kinnan k Marvin Wholesale Toledo O DrulfiliU1atarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mueeus e of the system Price Z Co pr Mt ticbold by all Druggists Testimartali free ilalla Family Pllli aro the best Adding Color IArrrDo yu rcmlmbtr our acid tam hlmrWillnow I fwdaesick Chtwgo Evening News Vim Will ever Know what goad ink tii u l use Itcosts iw more than ioerhak All deafens Qollr TactFtrtffive trumpittm araempany the king of Abyaslpfa wmereve ageca litre sae 1a s at least WIte Metnt m teat k1sewr hem to be IItanlersn lmst co- 11uleds Uuti F Walbel Ih 0 St 1 MOot wrote I have retwinmen T If to tie Mctara gave up tbe ohikl1Id At costIAYO r I fitslateret UltrPues PiMi Cure for Ceruumptien Is an ArlMJ f Me owdwlDc far sough seed laid tainurf Ocean Grave N JFeb 17iV9Q j The lazy nna melts W tk MC that you bt ot 1Iolkrdl1IiNp Dally Sewn orTime dear departetl Veniioiu Yale lice How Much You EatIs net the question iut br muck you dt- gent btrttiM food JKS ftm osty whets it u digMlMl amid aiiituiUin taken ap Jw the bleed and wade into muscle nerve hens seed Uittie Hoods Karsauanlki restart to the ilonMrh its rawer w digestian Then aMetste u natural and bMltbr Then dye Pepaic + is gsot and strength tluUtrit and tudunepc return stomach Trouklel My mathrr hill a very bd ttenah trouble She wdghorl faerbiWtyf1 petunia She took u agars after the grip alai MaCByeHoods SarsaparillaIt Amtn as Greatest Blood Mtdictne G B Gildthwalte DrsfirlJt Trot Ala wrote February 28 1 893 FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS r would not take = 0000 for the good Palmers Lotion bat dose BJ son who had been Is rcIof a pbjilclan tot IS month Lotion Soap Frtvtnt an4 aMUU IIn anus sera cyu seed tort eyelid At Vu Sib only E4 JLOO tI OUT I ll1l11IOsad goer own I HIRES Rootbeer J4 will toDiHbal mate to It Uuui IOU of ice nd somas of ftuIa tuba for rs cola WHu M n 11 rnMu1 tfmt- M CHABLKSKHIKUCO A k Malursl i 9 W Le DOUGLAS sal 350 SHOES nAlo I Worth 4 to So compare with other makes DougUV stamped no Tttfotnutnf Indoretl subitltuie 1000000 on nuns byr 011JJ u Your dulcr should keep them if not we will send a pall onreccl ot rwic and mw letwtttnludrdmM 1 The UHritloii offrnert Is easily and simply solved with a packis of llurnhvns Unity Jellycon U ii onl1 bollIngiIs a delightfully pure jelly and an ideal des trawberrrunflavored calfsfool for making wine and coffee jellies All grocers sell it ROOFING t1 Rd pope roe I a pr unnsaannaIadedeAaatMtltntwforNmGIniris r r9OmttI WomuwllbWrit iuUrn tlonal MaiigfVr Co Iartoos Kautukh I ttsaIDfort1ltlon Use Certain Corn Cure Pricel5c 1Ii tt 1k tt- I t- t L q It L11 2 IIIJ C r Iftn NEAR JOHANNEE BBUR OnlyElt 4t 1111 Reported Thnt lre ldent Km jter Ilea AH ArraiiKemenU Mado lor IllKht 1renuinaulx to Hot InndXetv Proui Ihe Front Seneknl Sunday May 27Gen Rundle with artillery the yeomanry nnil the Wlluhlre lI Middlesex and Lei Bostor regiments under Maj Dalbiac liar occupied Senokal whence tho y1JlcldnoelS were ktllrd The British case uoltlei numbered 11 Tlje Boer lire bleVel to be eon centratlng near Ilethieheni- 1omlon May 29 Advices received lucre assert tnat supplies continue to go to the Hoer train Lourcno Mar ques and that foreign recruit for tho Boor army proaocd from the same point I iMi j ft J A drtipatoh front Mafckfng JelMay S3 says the total eamuilties since tho commencement of the siege were 801 Out of 44 bnicers 22 were killed wounded or mlsulng nllll100 men out of 974 white private ware killed wounded or infusing London May t0Tic war office muljlULtu the following dl pntatJ from IIIIJthcrZJII We in rched t0 mllu to lay anti JblmmmeyUnrgThe JlOttJlus but they abandoned any njter tho 1I nrOncIlIthem w hard that they lint only just limn to gut their live guns Into train tUMlio loflvo OK sown as some of tho f1 1AtMLn18u Infantry dashed Into it Ifrciiehs sad Ian Hamiltons forces i are ipparontly engaged with tho one onqr about ten hints to our left as boon htwnl since noon firhThasWhigham bait just returned to Ikxircnap 1Jf sea troll Pretoria I 1 1tJ1iuuult for flight presumably to Hoi land A Ip Inltntin prnriMonod i ilwri f ready with Mourn up limo train waits some dUtanuo Iron Pre tertn the ItttiIaHr our line of pd tntNw arc mirrsililorlng with their arms ami horse Rundle oceupletl Benuknl on tny J4 l o report of what took place hns rndIllitl me yeL JVl01fcI trh tfoln tjottrfflfrririytftuefl rfrti llhnni1 rlC at Protorurging President Kniger to ore rnng JMJHCO term Runaway burgh ors rum Leingu Nek pawed through Heklplberg lost week Wounded ofll er1 Mith tllljr lllIllPJ are lonrinfj 4JohnRnOJlhurltW1II1 Pretoria for I dtinfeHrfr 1ifMilenV BlIcrimI ocfliiplwi the IIOUKU of Utelrritlnli rflildtfnl nt lrS8rla lasaen ers arriving at Lou trcitM Marque Monday from Pretoria MId It urns bolicveil there that tho llrltlvh would not be at the capital for a month ftcvertheieiix there was tniuqh iinrenL and anxjcly Tho MornfU Post has the follow lng lUpnlch from Lourenco Marques Inetl Mondnyt President Inlhrer ha imtuedl n public proclamation warning nil people to leave Johannesburg or to remain at the peril of their liven an It might become nece ary to sle lroy the town and the nines 7beTimes publUhci the following from Xeuenittle tinted Sunday Four hundred Veers are ndvanclnc toward Dundee There IU no fear that our tommunieallnnft will IKS eut1t lYtrbah May 8l Jameu M Smith tho American district mc sonifcr boy wife jA carrying a momaagr of IIJm11a thy from Philadelphia and New York schoolboy Jo Proaldent JvniKcr hac irrirod nt fxiureneo Manptc and Pxrtldtint Krugcr hUM Bcnt Ill private onr to convey hint trt Irfttdrla I COPPER MINE BURNING A IalnljHlMte Started In it Shaft at the Calumet and Hrrln Itre Tllond nil heel Deep Houghton Mich May 29Tito jroat Calumet mud Hccla mine is on lire Workman are fleeing from nil the shafts Ono miner Will McUca hu pcrlwhi l and five others one of whom i expected to die have been taken to the hospital The fire started nt the bottom ot No t shaft nt n point 5000 ferbelow the surface Immediately after time fire was discovered shaft Nb 3 wua closed A party of 12 was orgonlca to go down No 9 shaft to close the trap doors In Uip drifts with clay nnd all af thoHeiiietf Were broiight to the sure face almost in a dying condition Thoy crawled up the ladders In twos and throw helping each other along but finally one man MoRon hind to bo dropped behind A rescuing pnrt- WtlHllcnt after hint twice before ho Avnn found nt the ninth level Atm hanging to tho ladder Ho was dead Of tho men u the hospital one Si sun Roberta willl die Amount at llmiil HichnnRcd Washington May 27xho amount of bonds so far exchanged at the treasury for the now two per cent 2onBois of 1030 is ai43nioo of which Jl Q500 wore received tom uuUvhimllps jand Insjtltutlohs other than national bunks A Duel to Death Fort Worth Tex May 7A duel io thu death was fought by Emmet oyIt Bonifacio rcrczcowmen Jn Uldalgo county at n hundred ynrdm VYin hcRter verq used Both men till dead in their icndts I RETALIATORY MEASURE A Illll Introduced In the llauie to Otlnct time Ocrmaa Meat In tirctlon HIM Washington May WAs the result of confcrunrcs between President J W Springer of Denver of tho Na tional Live Stock association and members of congress relative to the German mrat inspection bill the fob lowing blii was introduced in the house of representatives by Repre tentative Daily of Kansas That whenever the president ol the United States shall bo Informed that the government of the German empire has passed n law imposing prohibitory duties on meat products which may be Iimported Into that country from the United States he shall issue n proclamation fixing u time when nil articles produced or manufactured in the German empire when entered for consumption at the ports of time United States shall pay n duty of 10 per cent in excess of the duties imposed thereon prior to the passage of this net and all such prod nets and manufactures when 10 on teed for consumption after said time fixed by the president shall pay such Increased duties ENORMOUS EXPORTS Party Million Hollnm of J zport Sent Out liy Ainrrlrntt Manufac turer DurlHB Month iif April eXllortDUon lures In thirty days is a record un paralleled1 for American manufac turers That IIs the record for the month of April 1000 The details of the April exportation ju t complet ed by the treasury bureau of sta tjstics show that the exportation of manufacture during thnt month were by far flub greatest of any month in our history and + within n fraction pf SiqOpooOO Tlifit Sires as biirnnco that time exports of the fiscal year which ends with June will considerably exceed HOO000000 and be nearly three tlmusj as rough as n decode agq The phenomenal increase In exportation of manufactures Is ejiiHclally striking when compared with tho progrotCi maims by Kuropenn nations our rivals in lIP attempt to supply tlta wocld4 jnarkutHVithhian ufnclurt gouda SHOT THROUGH A WINDOW Onr of tttf WISc rniull Killrd Two Mortally Wounded and Others flrffrely Injured Anokn Minn May 20WhlJe WU LllnniiWI n turinenivliiK ten mile- fbrUr of Nirtirplaying cards with hie wife and four children nt home shunts were fired through the window from a shotgun and n Win chester rifle Win Wise jr aged 7 was Instantly killed James 11 years aid was tdiut through the right lung Win Wises tin 31 year old was shoti in ho right nhotillkr froin behind ten bunkshot entering hits body He in paralyzed and will die Mrs Wise tests shot In th back and will dim Eliza and Martha the daughters ca cupcd by jumping Into n closet ItIIft not yet known who fdid the shoat Ing The Wise family had recently moved hero from Wisconsin where they arc said to taro been involved In a feud They had also had some litigation since coming to Minnesota RUSH TO CAPE NOV More Than 110011 1amrnKera Will He Carried to the Gold IIIet on the Iut Trip Seattle Wash May O1be Cope Nome rush Is at Its height The lust few days many of the big Nome liners hue come into tho harbor from San Francisco nnd are now rapidly load Ing with freight For the next ten dn dayIIIIncl JloJbcre will be carried on the first trips of the liners and small steamships a total of 11000 passen gen 50703 tons of freight and BOO head of stock These are correct fig ures to within 2 per cent To accommodate this immense trafilc 30 steamships ore necessary wHIi u total grow tonnage of 57000 tons the vessels ranging in size from the Corwln with 213 tons to the Garonne with 3001 tops COMPARISON Average Annual Hnlarlr pre Man In the United State and Cninii Ciinlnni Service Wanhlnpton May 27he division of customs und insular affairs of the war department has just given out the statement UI fho average annual salary per man in the United States customs servei is 1205 while the avorng annual salary por hon in tin customs smelee of Cuba is 822 making n ditfcrence of 5j53 per 4tgta1employes I urcAtnttIcunOut nt limo hair i jOIlnC1Ij jA5fornuso of ill health llq is feonsljlurwl one of the inost brilliant fulllilVpUel Indians In toe fivo citihizcd trllcr l Vent Unit the Limit r + New York May 20 SoJIyfimJth ol Los Angeles defeated Billy Maynurd ot Ilrooklyn in the tenth round ol what was to have been tt 20 round bout nt 122 pounds before the Sauin bdh Athletic club lu Brooklyn G THE TOTAL ECLIPSE Jt4 A II War a Decided 8ticce rf at Me It of time IIncc en the Wne e the Totality fe f 1 Washington Go May 29 Tire sU 1 CUKS attending tho eclipse obsetv- Lions her was highly gratifying Prof Alfred K Burton in charge of the expedition from time MassachutieI IveoutFMiUudel tenths Hccdhdc G L npsmcr server Thfirst contact was at hours 2 mfnutca 15 810 seconds lo 8euIt hours 0 minutes 53 310 seconds Iii time ef tol4it4y was 1 minute nn 25 310 seconds A G Bobbins ob server The magnetometer showed no disturbance In magnetic declina than Seven sketches were nfiAle of the corona and six photogrdphB s taken by Harrison W Smith 1rof W 1L Pickering at the head of Yales expedition furnished the following statement The weather here was perfect nnd the observations were entirely satis factory We secured thirtysix plate with intra mercnrlal apparatus nnd thirtyfour with thirteen other cameras aided by nineteen assistants ftabridgemf fiveInch telescope the corona re rTwlargo1 P Our polar filaments six seconds h diameter traced fhe corOna nhqu 4 pre degree limb shallow of the moon ion time sky and shadow bands wer- ewtlllIln Venus and Mercury were conspicuous The inner corona was visible in the telescope several lie onds after totality wns over There was no stark band around the moons lmb during the partial phase and no detail on the moon during totality Columbus Gn May 29 Columbus had n fairly good view of time cclipW although the Airywas partly cloudy The lino of totality was but sere n miles above the city AH of the ob servations made were of I private character urn t rt to tie high hills surrdunUjmjkihpr i and the street curs took apoojnlpiri ties to the parks School and court- tvera un hour Into In convening an- a general holiday was observed Tim most distinct nnd improsiive feature of the phenomena was tha withdraw al of time heavy black shadow and the IIbJlCJbtInwend 1 eetipaease Tory IBJ tsge Totality began at ftjf s anlen 50 bedrKcientUts from Washington nnd New Knglund observers were most oath factory Totality came with a sudi denness that made spectators jump and some women shriek The planet Mercury was plainly visibleI Venus could also be seen During totnlity there was a bright ray oflightsmee about the entire horizon Lamps ha to be lighted in stores and fireworks were sent tip The Negro population became almost frantic it being their belief that the world was coming tan 0 end Many took to the woods IN HAWAII Preparation icing Made to Hitafc- Ilili an Internal Revenue Of flee In Honolulu i San Francisco May 27 collector of Internal Revenue Lynch is lu preparations to establish an office i Honolulu the Hawaiian lIslands hav fing been added to the district of Cal ifornia The internal revenue laws go into effect In Hawaii on June H- Alt l deputies at the Honolulu ofilcd will be selected from citizens Of Ha wail The stocks of beer wines liquors opium cigars andi tobncc- now in the islands will be inapectc- and inventoried After June 14 goods from the United States must be stumped before being sent to the Islands Veclr Case Aicaln Adjourned yew York May 9Thc arraignment of Charles F W Neely which was to have been made before Com missioner Shields in the United State district court Monday on the crimina- ehnrges pending against him in con nection with time Cubqn postal Xrauds was adjourned until Juno 5 lire adjournment was taken to await the de cision of Coy Roosevelt In regard to the power of the state of Nc York to issue extradition page tiguinst Ncely Two MurricrM nt Atlantis Atlanta 00 Mny 29 Atlanta had two murders in one night attendsI HenryKcmJlcrowded Negro saloon on Dccntur street whcin un unknown neap step pet lightly by film and as he passedI plunged n knife into Kemps abdo men gave it a savage raljo and then escaped On Peters street Dick Holnm and Tobo Smith drunken 1I Negroes quarreled over 10 cents and1 Holmes plunged ax dagger through Smiths heart Will Night ClitcaRo Ilnlldcm Chicago May 29 Building trade workmen In every city in tho Unite States where thero isn branch of time National Building Trades council are to bo naked to cease work on build inps where tho contracts nro hqld by trouble slew York Broker Pall SeymourJohnsqnbrokers announced their failure on the stock and Cotton exchamjp Mon day morninG q CONTENTIONS SUSTAINED Tho Han franrUco Hoard of tlralth Unjoined Prom Kiiforclne Ihe Iln fae Qanr tine itnitcdaMorrow Havly nnd Dchaven sitting Ql bane ismed the injunction prayed for by tin Chinese residents of this cityr restraining the board of health authorities from interfering with the tr jftnofmentN of the Mongolian rca Identll of tan Francisco und their freedom Iti traveling to anti from this cityhc enrfarSted h the board of health dc jplaring that plague existed in this theirdstitution of the United States anti time exutliiir treaties between the gov crnment of the United States nnd the Chinese gnvcfhment that the author ties discriminated against the Mon golian nice m1 singling out the Chi note and Japanese for lie enforce meat of the terms oMlicrjCsalulIJn thnt the IlafTUinc prophylactic was mgt time proper treatmmjr t for lter80II II already exposed to the plaRie anti that neither the board of health nor pJOcdthl1ti this tits or slate 1 rite coltr juttalned every conten- n ton in the complaint and granted tho injunction jfKan1 PrnnqiKCO sMaylJpjfjuf house to house Inspection of Chinatown iA- n being continued by time inspectors of the board bit health but 1i1S yet no case of bubonic plague has been tile covered Confidence Is being restored expectedihatrwpancDenver Col May S3 =Tfte state qllurantineand Japanese Into Colorado Until I fgnier notice is giyqn no Chinamen pr Jopane e nay enter the state with out n certificate signed by the health oftlers of the city whence he came stating he has not been exposed to Ikllhotifftl tilntnii rlnrtrtr the Six weeks hisyot WORKIQlratei luuilrcnulnl Conference the I MethodUt I3t leopal Oharch I A Ilai Adjourned llen oMuy 20 The quaoftennlalEpUcO c tJI lr4f1ilt C w11iclMW m tl palt h 4 beu sitting lieib coillltUcrln Sa tloys affecting tJjtfwcUaro of th di9It f tHewI + plpnrd and man ol1i leJegoTS nba 1umiceleft for their homes ofibrought before the conference the reports of time committee on temperance and the committee on the state of the church in regard to the ban on dl1llclngilA strong political color was given the discussion on the temperance question by the bitter Arralgnm9nt of Prcslfdent McKinley because of his attitude on the anticanteen law but after some decidedly Warm debate the conference refused to criticise the at titude of time chief magistrate by striking out by an overwhelming vote nil reference to any action on his part or to the attorney general Griggs amusensurpVlt of many laid on the table which action leaves the paragraph in the book of discipline exactly as it was before the question was consld twl i Judge John 1 tea Dread Minneapolis Minn May W Judge ofdt1icG n 18873 at here from hardening of the brain He wns born at Lower Oxford Chester ctlunty Pu October 13 1840 He en cred the army as a private in com pany If 11th Ohio infantry April 10 1861 lie was promoted for gallantry several times and November 2 1863 he was breveted major for gallantry in action at Cleveland Tenn 11lllpinor Sarrcudrrlnff Washington May O1ho war department bIll received the following cablegram from Gen MncArthur at Manila dated Monday 46vatrsrsCuyapo yesterday Three officers 16 luau with 55 rifles surrendered un conditionally today at Tnrlac These spontaneous surrenders are very en oouraglng rand Stand and 1nTlIloii Ilnrncd Cincinnati May 29The grand stand nndp the llf tycent seat stand nt the League ball park were destroyed by are nt an early hour Monday morn ing entailing n loss thai Is estimated IUJsterybutcomb enemy of time management of thliclubAet tho place on fish in a spirit of revenge Sovtrnl Workmen Killed Southampton stay Olho con llremifSonthampton docks collapsed Mon Jay hftcroon and tho structure fell burying fifty workmen several of whom were idled Others were fa tally injured And many aro still missing r Arrived at llontf Komr tusportJfancockhnlt members of the new Philippine com illusion on Its way to Ifnnllu r i c IitMI f STATE NEWS ITEMS j 0 t i iU t j 11It 1iD J iMjt MmmMt JH If CONFEDERATE VETERANS h h 1 Ihe Ten ik Annual Reunion lixncot ed to Murpamt Any of thY 1lrertous Ones J IiQcUrlue Ky May 2She tenth annual reunion of the United Confed crate Veterans will meet in this city uext Wediibsdny It is expected Considered i numerically that the tenth i annual reunion will surpass any of the nine rcunlouli previously held and ia consefvntivtieMtiuintc is That 150000 viftitorM will be In Louisville during i ithe week Every arrangement has i been made for entertaining such a crowd limo committees have been at work for months niid all that now re 11111 1 HH is for Kentucky to welcome in I Kentucky fashion its thousands of drapedotnconfederacy being most prominent wIllie the portraits mod confederate generals wluiac deeds bf jpatriotism are dear to confederate hearts Ire suspended from many buildings pub jlit Hind priyat Eo t The c9iirt of honor on JcfTersbh street opposite the court house- where time great reviewing stands have been erected is nn imposing Structure The great white arch is surmounted on either end by eagles while in the center stands a confed crate Hliield 15y day it cnn bo seen in Its dazzling wlutiiie s for blocky and by night U will be ablaze With hundreds of electric lights Reunion lyu built in honor of the Coiifedernle Veterans and situated nt Sixth und Water streets where it1 overlooks the beautify falls of the lmlltthelfstanding room t6t 10000 people A alony extends nil round the inside On every window is the name of u battle where hot less than 50fl men were killed and IntenlJlersedtlroj the names of the belovxd lenders of the confederacy The main window Is dl recUy over the stage and It bears this inscription Less than 100000 fi htfng men surrendered after eh during fmir years of Buffering Tim C survIvors of these are hero sdayY and Kentucky is proud and happy The adnnce guard of time old confederates hrtH Already bc4tmn to ttome neight1 I small detachments so as to be on the bhadgriartty1 eueW ktalle represented In the Unite- ConfetTergfe nsgoelution I The programme for the Jive days j of the reunion has beep nrrangedp f as to provide many interesting fea tures The convention will assemble on Wednesday at noon fn lleunjon hail and after adasses Qf welcome by the maSor of Louisville representa lives of the various commercial bodies of the city and the local confederat- camps a response Will be made by Gen John B Gordon commnnderin chief TimeS opening exercised wilt be concluded with an oration by Rev Ii- i Palmer of New Orleans The aft ernoon will be given over to a busi ness session At night there will beI various amusements including u concert nt Library hall by the famous Stonewall Jackson Brigade Band and Glee club An old faolhoned basket piqnio will serve to pass away pleasantly the ear ly morning of Thursday Various wtlness sessions will be held In the Forenoon and in the afternoon a re ccption will be given by the Daughters of tho Confederacy Fireworks J on the Ohio river and a grand ball nt J Reunion hall wilt claim attention in the evening I Friday is the day of the big parade which will take place in the titter noon In the evening n boll will be given ht the Auditorium for the of leers The most important feature of Sat urday will be tho decoration of theII confederate graves at Gave Hill cemetery Sunday afternoon special exercises will bo held at Iteunion hall in honor of the 02d birthday anniversary of the only president of the confederacy Jefferson Davis The principal era then will be delivered by Rev J MjJones of Virginia and talks will bl maTIe by Gen John B Gordon Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner of Kentucky and others Gorliel A um lnntlon Howard Frankfort Ky May 26If the present theory in the Goebel assassi nation cases Is borne out the bulk of the reward will go to Detective Armstrong nnd Col Campbell It is thought that Commonwealths Attpr nny Franklin and county Attorney Polsgrove wll receive a Hharc lllnrklinrnM Oruflinte SKiird Frankfort Ky May 260Qr fleck ham signed tho certificate ot election of Senatorelect Blackburn and time document was forwarded to Washington Judge John OrUti Dent TtldleJohn i lluswUl county and prcnidcnt of the Jamestown bank died at his homo 1 here of heart trouble He was one rI of the most influential citizens of llussyll county Vrotinbly Will Die Monticcllo CyI May 20 Young S Dlphiiuin whllo firing n rifle received a wound front the breachpin Which was imbedded In his skull just above the eye Flee doctors removed the pin but be will probably die jiu ul on- SMALL AMOUNT EXPENDED o bo- Phe I IGoehel Hcvrard Cnmmlniiloner dad a Two Days Session l dilI I at Frankfort td s JJ Frankfort Ky slay24 The Ooae bel reward commissioners adjourned a two days session The cpmmUsIon ens fitlY that nothing ATOH tfohVeTxcepl1 tq play n feA rhlHor blllAfdr ciirrerit1 1 expenses of the fcommlasiorl and thosai working under It aggregating about S50o Commissioner Moore whoa jy naked If the meeting of the commiB sinners hod any bearing on the re bYCI1nttime of I t1 iidlaqai Imams reiusition for Charlesi Flnleyl said These matters nreribf withhi1 Ute purview of the commission and foiefiimuyl tlon If with anybody mind lmowe Vcr mirch time tneniber ot the VommU6rf indlvidiiiilly may cbndemirkfdeotI d duet of these officials it in riotlf mat1 0 tor for our olliclnl consideration Jr Mporc sold that instead of tho large gums WhIVh th6 fii1thdtsz hind ptmbil6Y1bglreve sqfar expended watt very Small sJhtw J1tinueal and for legitimate purposes only 1Iu whetherorvpayiarAbuti now n mattes for the prosecution to looli afW and nbttlie cdrnftiUs tMa 1W1ltltTWO ivrntiicky Democrat win liplVl One on June 1 and Another on Jnly Jo 1iH I i 1 f d he G ial rrtis cratac state clcecntivqcornpi ttpc him N forttoatatceonventlonu i be held nt Loulsrille ott JutieiH for1 t te purpose of nel fraRnd lfgdt vt + ithe democratic national convention tl he other will be hold Tulrl1n4 nt thte a democratic candldote for jtfoV einori will be UotnhtotcdI1 lI1I Gay lkekhamsfrlrnds itllslllndot stood favored only one convention rdndu1ebutl p SO yiofdI iifon 005 anobl tltelMtlersI t ihcps1td regardjplatform with reference tQ ihe elcI jtion lacy and other Wbut po ehbush to gyve n fhilttflllca dl Nat the state convention will dofiWHals subject 1 il I j I tIt I lnrnmnodtreItrpablicnri dcals In Kr5rikifortwl handing Over Their OMceb Ufi 3 to the UemocratJi i i uJ ijii i i i irsnoi U Frankfort Ky May rrRepublcvit an Auditor Sweeney abandoned his contest without waiting to hear from the court of appeals and bent for democratic Auditor Conlter to whoni lie tamed over the keys oihis officer in the hate 1QuseI I irU u ti Superintendent of ltibJirJllI truc t ton Burke field a conference with democratic stkherrntM dent ircVheic ney and lntiinatbsmthatlie s1iJu ready to turn diver fits Office i iiIreputeBeannext day or two nnd that brinextji gfiiccrcctaexeitudveil Kentucky State G Aft 7 inthi Lancaster Ky May 2SThc state hemrpThursdaythe address of welc6ine was delirercd1 j by L L Walker OlUcer will beeleetu cd Thursday and Other business dis posed Of It 18 conceded that iMaj Frye of Lebanon wyi be el ct djei J1dredlmasbeeuifallingpeople and those frontad towns awayuLancaster Ky May 7The Jastn 4ay of ihoGA It encampment brought hundred of people and TfA crans from adjoining townspeverfllL isjadeXtI and visUori were present At1 llfo t head Wthe parade Was the flttfe1 which was first planted on Lookout tnbunJl thin by Capt Wilson after the Battle Above the Clouds Covington was elected for Ehe rictti ehehmp iiciVt b It If 14 Oj lILt It vklinni VUIU tlc atntetlogecful Frankfort JJl1y 2ttrQpylcIf1 jlmtfirstGoebell Ho inspected the ejcequtlvo olileewlmreh is being repalhtediVepai 1 t pered and recorpeteoV i I sifn rI w 1ur Ioui jI IlA Home for fiin Xicholnsvlllc ly IarL1iHconfederates ot Kentucky liuyb Wchased of ltADodd this cdutttyi ifl beautiful thriroughbred Horde ui a present to Gun John BIordonN 1Iln1PrF1 an thcJtqnn iatilrztlteiLala- a fine type nfithc D snumrH liM9Ct1 j Sunn for iOOOODntanKCKl I lIopkltUvillcKyi1 t May 37Sobert Warren illoasuod thd LouistllU iauJ NajdwlUe J ilrflad fqrlifflOJpO damn agt e+ WIlrJC1 wPi atrpg14j1y zl 4tt tbP1url2t r w I J 0 I n A c1f I THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KYJFRIDAY JUNE 1 1900 ALL the soldiers have left Frankfort and order prevails nt the Oapitol t tttttIMPERIAL carpetbaggers arc destroying their own graft in our colonies by an it unwillincsa to postpone their stealing until after the presidential electionSF ttttIT seems to be in lino with tho eternal tness of things that the Philippine insurrection should come up in Congress under tho head of unfinish 1 ed businesseto ttttTUB Kentucky Representatives in Congress aa a rule are favorable to a ti timodificationof the present election law along the lines laid down bv Senator elect Blackburn t tt t trA JOINT resolution for a sine dio adjournment ot Congress on Wednesday Juno 8th was offered in tho House last week and referred to the Committee on r Ways and MoansJtttts THE governors of Missouri Arkansas and Kansas have issued a joint invita tion to the Boers of South Africa to set the in the three named states provided the English are successful in the war they are waging thereII ttttM5 OSCAK TURNER the youngest member of the Kentucky Congressional delega ytionricandidate for reelection in the Fifth J JDistrict He voluntarily retires as he would have had no opposition for are be 11nomination ttftbTUB Populist National Convention dUtlagniehed itself by doing that which iIs has neyerbeen done by a similar politi cal body before It nominated candi i date for President and Vice Presidant neither of whom are members ot the party nominating them If ttttIF there tad been no war with Spain and that country had tendered us a part by of the Philippine Islands the proposi 4tlouto accept would have been scarcely n- tone vote In the Senate said Senator I In his speech In favor of a U system That seems to be S r would vulgarly be called a leadC pipe cinchu11 ttttFOR the first time since the civil war 1Ithe House t week passed a bill to pay Confederate soldiers for losses growing out of that war Tho measure provides for the payment to Confederate soldiers I who surrendered at Appomattox for theb low of horses and other personal effects Iff taken in violation of Gen Lees capita I 11latlon to Gen Grant The amount in the original bill was fixed at 1200000 iiI but in the bill as passed is indefinite I I tttt In to t a Republicans in Congress are t to adopt either of the resolutions ffTHEI by tho Democrats in the Senate IIl for a Congressional investi 0- of the Cuban stealings The to tal of those stealings already known I Iandthe number of tho officials already I implicated makes the Republicans fear that an Investigation participated in by j t n few fearless Democrats might trace some of the rascality to Washington I and implicate bigger officials than those now known to have been in the con t spiracy at the Cuban end of time line f ftttt says that of the 40 miles across the isthmus of Pan ama the French company has com pleted a canal 24 miles long and now t has COCO men at work digging tho re maining 22 miles of ditch A railroad has been built along the entire route material for workers is going in at rand t1nrapid rate All this is being done by a European country while United MStatescongressional committees are dis cussing matters regarding the manage I ment of tho Nicaraguan canal a flue I waterway it is true bnt one on which Uncle Sam will have poor encourage moat to begin work on the Nicaraguan route if he waits until the Frenchman has cut tho continent in two with a ditch across the isthmustttt 1 II tiREPfS8E rTATIVE GROSVENOU of Ohio IIII has given out a table of estimates as to I II i the next Presidential election Ho claims 1 I tt for McKinley 2CO electoral votes andII rI concedes to Bryan 174 To elect there I 4arenecessary 224 In connection with this tho New York World gives as tho forecast ofa prominent Democrat in Ii Washington 190 for Bryan 180 for MeII Kinley and 83 doubtful He figures 21 I sure Democratic States 17 sure Republican and four doubtful The doubtful are New York Indiana Ohio and Min I nesota General Grosvenora estimates rII- concedes tho solid South to Bryan and It in addition Colorado Idaho Montana I Nebraska and Utah Tho Washington calculator claims for Bryan tho solid j South and in addition Colorado Idaho Kansas Montana Nebraska Nevada I Utah West Virginia and Wyoming YouI para your money and takes your choice H r- N H e O LOCAL NEWS School is out- Corumencomont exorcises ut City ail tonight The little child of Mr John Willis aged 5 years died on the nth ult A crowd of young folks spent the day at Hamby Pond last Tuesday Squirrels are said to bo plentiful In tho bottoms clove and below town Service at the Christian Church Sunday morning Everybody invited We will have all kinds of fruits in abundance in this county this year Listen girls A Long Island muld en was fatally poisoned by nn Ice creum soda A number of Hickman sport went No 9 lakes Wednesday on u fishing Old nature is out again in her full dress of green und now present her prettiest appearance It is base to speak one thing and think another how much baser to write ono thing and think another When a woman wanbi to foal per fectly sure that a postal curd will bo de livered she puts a 2cent stamp on it POTATO SLIPS For sole byMni M Y WALi ER Within the past four years William Bryan hM traveled over 100 000 miles for the purpose of speech mak ing The person who is always most ready to say dont care is the one who cares more when the threatened event happens Dyersburg boys arrested for brook- Ing the glass in the high school building aimed they were imitating Dewey at anilaCayce this county shipped lust ear 11890 hogs300 head of cattle and 00 sheep a total of 105 car loaas says our correspondent From present prospects there will plenty of watermelons on tho local market this summer A big acreage has een planted in tho river bottoms Labor strikes are aggravating but lust at this time the most trying strike when the plowpoint strikes a root the plow handles strike you and you strike the ground The Shaw Base Ball team of hick nun defeated tho Fulton Blues at Kirks Park Saturday last by a score of 11 to in favor of Hickman This was tho second defeat Tho eclipse of tho sun was observed the bulk of Hickmans population through smoked glass Monday morning but clouds thickened about tho nearest to totality and wo thus lost the most desired view The Rev J II Evans preached tho JJIckman College commencement ser on Sunday night at the Methodist hurch The house was crowded to its capacity All we hoard express- Ion from pronounced the sermon n grand effortlearned logical and beautiful in and sentiments An Indiana woman instituted a suit for divorce from her husband and tho office wbo went to serve tho papers was just in time to see the man killed y a railroad train The woman dm missed the divorce salt and brought suit against the railroad company for 110000 tar killing her man The Supremo Court of Massachu Betts has decided that tobacco canuot be sold on Sunday in that State unless it is bo used as a medicine But what man Massachusetts or elsewhere ever uses tobacco except as a medicine It is aim ply impossible to classify It lIoJ rood cloth- Ing or fuel It is medicine or nothing At a gathering near Fulton a slight it hand performer was performing tho old trick of producing eggs from a hat when ho remarked to u little boy Your mother cant got eggs without keno can shot Of course she cant replied tho lad Why how is that asked flue conjurer She keeps ducks replied the boy amid roars of laughter Fulton Leader Our live congressman R A Pierce has succeeded by his pnervanco in working into the emergency approprm ion bill tho levee running from Hick man to Tiptonvillo and tho survey has been ordered so that tho report on same vlll be mode much sooner than expected No measure Is so important as to the counties of Luke and Obion So much for an efficient Representative Troy News Banner Tho Churuston Mo Enterprise says that several of tho largest farmers of Mississippi county are in correspondence with Chinese companies in St Louis and San Francisco in regard to furnishing Chinese laborers to save this years wheat crop They agree to work for 8100 per day whereas the white and colored la borers are demanding fllK and 8200 as tho harvest approaches Tho armors say they cannot comply with tho demand- at tho present prices for wheat A pessimistic exchange takes occas ion to remark A tow short days will come and po days full of soaring hopes and then fates cruel knockout blow will send against tho ropes full many a candidate whoso smilo has lighted up the gloom that Brat was proneto + hroud tho while his pale and sickly boom The low sobbing notes of tho bass drum will soon bo broad in tho land tho torch light procession is getting ready to pro cess and tho Hweetvqiccd gentleman whoso business on earth Is to say 1 tol you so proceeds to put his pipes in order Tho rule of tho United States in andplotsgets to enter tho pilot house of thei craft under a penalty of SCOO Ls not new ruleas has been widely printed by various exchanges up tho river but an old ono which has been in force a num ber of years Until recently however g the question of how many passengers could bo allowed In tho pilot house of a vassal was left to tho discretion of the captain or master but ut the last meet ling of tho board of supervising inspect ors of steam vessels In Washington the rule was amended so as to deprive the master of that authority and as it no stands it applies to all lake and rive steamers carrying passengers for hire A r 0 i j c f ear Qfl f Thowe ht ay 1 tIt i ONLY WAY in TilE our Store wishes disappoint you is in giving you just a littlo f bettor of everything than vou arc led to ex E erect from the pricesi I We want you to feel that its tho LEADING STORE under all con alwaysthent That our policy is appreciated bv thrifty buyers vre have every evidenc- esJ r JBaqly Spring Specials Elegant Bed Lounges upurdfJ Iron Beds from 700 to 1600 r YOUVE HAD TUB ITEMS IN MINDyour Spring honselrtlJanlnK Iraq only intensified their need iIF YOU KNEW you could secure them at such reasonabl- epricesif yon knew the styles were so handnouiu they 10llgiuceIt Isnt Too Late Now1 Its really an excellent month for their purahasa n little moro than your Leys worth It ticnding our IIJust forward Its making J ninny new friends for us Remember wo have tho lonrwt Stock of UNDERTAKERS GOODS I In Western Kentucky It t NS SMITH i iAX AUSPICIOUS DAY Tho date set for the holding of the next Democratic National Convention July 4th was an Inspiration It ewer there was occasion for tho rcalllrmatioH of tho old Declaration of Independence and the Issue of a now one it U now On the 4th of July 177C tho place where Kansas City now stands was a trackless wilderness Tno country did not como into tho possession of the United States until the beginning of tbft present century Now it Is only a short distance west of tho center of popu lation The precepts and institutions whicfc have brought this civilization about the Convention oily are aa precious now u they ever were and in greater need of defenders The Declaration Iis not a batch of glittering generalities nor It the constitution an instrument to bbo extended or withdrawn at the will of a few hundred politicians rime respon sibilities confronting tho Dumocratlc party are ca great as those which con fronted Lincoln on his nomination The selection of independence day for the Convention augurs well for the succesi of tho party of Jefferson July 4th has come to be regarded an an uusploloui day in tho history of tho Republic Jackson Mich Patriot e rRotten nt tile Startle It is entirely logical that continued probing of the Havana postal scandal should develop un additional Indication corruption pointing to a system by means of which certain persons on the pay roll of the PostOfllco In Washington also drew salaries in the Porto Rican serviceThe carpetbag placoseekore who are tho loudest howlers for imperialism and tho most vigorous wavers of Old Glory when imperialism is assailed by consist ont Americans seem to have gone Into fordthyitufr vogue Havana postal service are now shown to have been tho methods of HjK ilsmej pure und simple Tho later develop meat of similar methods havo prevailed carpetbagaun equal ex tent General Otis himself is on record acharging widespread corruption among PhilippinesThe recent developments will go fur to convince tho American people of the ha doctrineI Time old ofwpastrjudlclous A FINAL APPEAL For the Starring People of India The cargo of corn which American were asked to wend to starving India U now well on its way in tho big titcuuwhlp Quito whiah willed May 10th The two hundred thousand bushels will go thro time hands of American mUIoiwirlen dl realty to time starving But what shall bo done for the people before tho corn uftcrIthe corn U patent Wo must keep UIORI alive by cabling inoooy for Immediate relief and for food after the corn In con sumed Wo must not save those for u few weeks and then let thorn dlo Are there not 5000 people In this hnppy oountry who will go among their friends and each raise fJO to completo tho work HO well begun Perhaps you helped to raise tho corn Will you not ho one of tile GOOOU help raise The monoy too und thus aid In carrying tho dying IMO ple through to tho end of the tummy lato In September and In completing this tho greatest international charity move ment of all time Scores of millions aro suffering und hundreds of thousands are in dally peril of eying Thorn is yet 1 1 mo for you to nave some of them Loss than three dollars will now save and keep a man to the end of tho famine Will you not send a postal curd today saying that you will fey to raise 120 y If you fail it will bo in a good cause You cannot full In BO holy an undertaking Many have hoard tho pitiful cry from India und will bo glad to give if you ask them to oven If they have already given Do not wait to got tho monoy but send UK word you will undertake to do it SOlid names or monoy to mo nt Springfield 111or to tho Christian Herald Bible House New York II O HOIIIU SOUTH AFIHCAN CAMPAIGN Tho stories of the complete demoral nation of tho Boors are hard to believe in view of tho horoio part thoy placed in time beginning of tho war and yet tho futility of resistance must lx ap parent to tho most stubborn patriot who regards tho situation with any degree of judgment We have been told re pcatcdly that thoy were prepared to make a desperate defense at first one j point and thou at another but lo no caso have these promises beon fulfilled As the British approach the Boers flee without resistance and thero is good reason for believing that tjioy may not oven attempt a useless arid bloody stand at Pretoria Perhaps Johannesburg may bo selected for tho last ditch in which to die but even that may bo given up without battle W1 cJ MARIIIAHES IN CUBA Uun llrookos onlor relating to mnr rlagtis In Cubit In which ho forbudo ro olvIlmaM1ngCII only legal form of marriage luau Ixflibed up In Congress Hoprt tative Fitzgerald has Introduced n Intiou directing tho Secretary of War tto revoke tho onlur Mr Fitzgur d make tho Point that during our occnpntlon of Cuba nil adminlvtrativo onlors liuued should bo iu harmony with tho Consti tution of tho United Status that tho Constitution is violated by Genera nrookiit order and tlso enter U not in roiiHtquonco with the rollglouH tolera thou granted by tho Constitution Thou scuds ot Cubans protest against the or dor iHHjniwo it overthrows an wtnbllnh wl custom But whether the Constitu ion control our olllolalu tompomrilri governing Cuba whoa It dew not eon trol thom governing Hawaii Porto III co and tho Philippines ncconllng to tho J1ropOIUoulag iU close Mr Fitzgonildmiow point will have1 to go over until next winter I emuphunlions llcxalyusPiumplosEot RllrlfythoEruptionsalsoulnasUlcerst Only2lbyI1n h tNJJJ DJWgl gUteso Lirugglststoa II 1REt1tfUtltTELS FOR UIIIIJI TONICS imuon SY1IUPS 1 A2VD rrOIlJln1AllTIUJJUS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded u rl= r = I Bre jISiljj I STAFF OF LIFEI tAMU TO HRT i GOOD FRESH BREADS UO TO TIIR flew + Oily Baton Cakes and Pics Baked tJj JJBrcad JlJCAUQUAUlJlUt l OIir i Tropical and Domestic Fruits J Fine Chocolates 1 I i1f 1and Candies Cigars and Tobacco i 1y titi tiICECREAM SODA if Mix cad all time latest Dnulu served from their NEW ARCTIC FOUNT L The Meat ICE CKJUU PJHLOH In the City I Patronage SotelUd Telephone your Order to DU JI Iiiiour City Bakerytj eo + + + + ++ H uUajestioJV CQking B ngesJI The Best in the World a Yen CaiiHat Make a niHtnk- ola BuyIng Oae of these Ranges Ono of its Strongest 1olnts IB KB ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL MlnotcaDolngCHIT and lOxaiiihiu Them Voull uy uo Other at+ l M stfi-f Ii MAN MARBLE WORKS rvAIILINIIiU lHnn TOM DILLON Sr Propr I SnteMtor to II 0 Htrnit drcM Marble and Granite Monuments I STONE oUR3INC4WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c o Hiokman Ky TO THE PUBLIC J am engaged in this 1 linoi of business at Union City Tenth unir carry at all times u largo andwell assorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey aa well ns nil other to goods in that lino nnd uTUIAJ WB WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFERDEAR Sin I inn enabled to loll and herobv offer YOU Four WhiskeyIetno satisfactoryt ThU is a most liberal offer and I await your orders W II WEBSTER ti1JjQr AI t rrotJ1r n J1i1I1IU1 T I 0- I Li t I 1ttJtfI6 WIi Itallroail Time Table N 08 St LRBLKAVEHi AliUlVKU- iTula No 63 of 9iM p Trftto Ho 62 71S i m Trda No3 at 1U p mII Tr11I No4 1136 pm Local and Personal cityMondRYMiiw Winnie Hnokott ia visiting in Onlro this week Mrs Ella Henderson is visiting in Olarkttdalo Miss Mrs Clara Ourlin is visiting in Mo Luinoreville Tenn eFor best lied Harvest Oil KO to 0 E KAKEUB HpumtSundayMlw May Glenn of HluobunkTonn lit vUitinfc in the city Mr F Jt Muokio of Columbus yin ittd In Hiokman Sunday HfSweel Potato slips for sale ut KLLISONH UKOOKIIV Mr Kd Ouyco of Martin Tcnn is visiting friends in tho county Miss Tula Emerson of Columbus vis ited Miss Mario Hrevnrd this week OhM 0 Sohlonkoritho jeweler 1f- tolT on n Vhilt Fenton 0 KylhuIfI All slitS Screen Doors on hand nt H C AMIIKUOS Editor Wnrron of tho Courier Is in LouUvlllo thlH week attending tho Re union MIxs Alma Frcmnou and brother of Jaltou spent Sunday with Miss Maudo Moore MIMI Mal Furls accompanied her fa ther Dr A A Forin to tho LouUvllle Ho Union Gobw Wearn of Granite City 111 It vultltiK hto parents Mr and Mrs JM O Wvaru Mr and Mrs Will Garriganof Union City were KueU of Mr und Mrs John lUngwood Sunday 1WL1anncnI onllvrith your produce at ilTll SHAWS Bill Store Now Madrid Record Mu1 Maggie Pliant of HioCuian Ky is tho great of Mm John LoSlour Circuit Clerk Morris and ShorilT jeo Carpenter arts mingling with tho robs at LouUvlllf Mr Allison Tylor who hay been attending school nt Lexington Vu re turned homo Sunday Oblon Chronicle Hud Wloker and family left yeaterdny for Mark TroaArkM to cant tholr future lot J1 Henry Amborg the old dry prowls regulator clock is taking In thu Con led orate KoUnlon this week gjfTlt you want n first alai s hair out or shave cull tKE Honuixs at tho Tree Harbor Shop I Will Stoker tine drumUltr boy of rtho Klrd Tonn Confed loft Tuesday for the Reunion at Ixmisvlllo Aweiwor Bunol1l Den Wilson and H K Napier are numbered with tho Johnny Rubs at Louisville k IT Lon Xayior of Cayco lens con eluded to accept u position as wilcsinun in the house or Rica Naylor Mr Robt Bradley and Miss Costollo Mr L D Peeler and Miss Mnttio Travis spent Sunday at Itaolfoot Lake Tho ladles of tho Kpixcopnll Church will Servo cream in tho yard of Mrs J W Rogers Thursday eve Juno 7th C H Kingman of Dayton Ky way willed hero this week to attend tho bur dulofl his father Judge A D Kingman Mr Balaam Kindred of this who hns bo in employed oti tho Mail Martin Tunn was in tho city Wednesday MitsicH Mina Inter of Paragould Ark and E Donaldson of Tiptonville wore the guests of Mrs It M haler IILl weekA number of young voplo from this city attended an ice crvata and straw berry supper at Cuycu on lost Thursday night Miss Adelle Allen who has been tcaohingin lilpleyTenn returned home 1Vtday and will Npvnd most of her vaca Lion hero I Misses Mabul and Bessie French who have been attending school in Washington City are expected to reach homo today Dr Jan baker ot Jon boro Ark arrived Wednesday night and Is the wneat of Mr nnd Mrs J A Stubbs on Troy Avenue Miss Leono Fuqua who has been visiting in Memphis returned home Friday Sho loaves soon to attend some Special Musical instructions in Nash yUle Mr Russell Gardner of St Louis has purchased H tine naptha launch and with his fatally and a party of friends will make tho trip from St Paul to Now Orleans DO YOU WANT A IIIOYGLE I Wo cnn give you a few pointers on Wheels Soo tho low prices wo make on tho Wheels now In stock- WILSONS nOOK STOKE II Buchanan II A Tyler Tom Dil lon Hr A M DcBow A A Paris J A Stublw W T Pnrhom D W Dickinson Joshua Naylor Lon Naylor are in Louis ville this week attending the Confeder atelto Union Cupt II A Tylor has extended tho courtesy of a seashore trip to his young friends Misses Mario Brovard of Hick man Miss Tula Emerson of Columbus and Miss Virginia Lorona Cobb of Ft Worth Texas They will go to Virginia Beach about the 1st of July Tho first prize offered by Miss Mor cor to tho larger girls of her music class to the ono devoting tho greatest number of hours to practice was awarded to Miss Ruble Burnett nnd to tho smaller pupils the first prize was given to Ruth Ellison second prize Charlotte Hubbard Judge A D Kingman Dead Judge A D Kingman ono of the old est and most prommont citizens and law ycraof this county and section died Monday morning at 10 oclock Ho had been in very feeble health and partially paralyzed for u year or more and his death was not unexpected to those ac qunlnted with his condition and advanced ago Pert ps no man was more thoroughly identified with the history of Fulton county and Its public affairs than was Judge Kingman lie located ir Hiokman as a practicing lawyer in 1845 and has made this his homo till tho years since and has hold many public and of tidal positions In his younger days hi was active und enterprising was tin President of and chief factor in the building of tho Hickmati and Obior railroad our present railroad and was always active in that which concerned tho public welfare In Ian ho was county school commissioner and for about 20 years was no connected and way Bonielune culled tho father of pub lic schools in Fulton county Ho wa born in Worthington Many in 182 and died in his 78th year In 1801 ho enlist ed in tho Confederate army and served with tho rank of Major in Jackson nr tilloryHo was u public spirited man fund fur- L years a resident of this town and county and for nil these years was Idea titled with any and everything that af fected the welfare of these Popla Years ago ho became a membor of tho M E Church and died a member thereof Cm of tho grand old land marks has beei taken from our midst but the stamp of his character will live after him Peace pooco unto him und consolation to thoso who mourn Would Not Suffer So Again For Fifty Times Its Price I awoke lost night with severe pains lu ch I never felt BO badly In army life When I cnmo down to WOrk tins morning I felt HO weak I could hardly work I wont to Millet L McCnnly8 drug store and they roe ommended Chamberlains Colic Choi Ira and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked liko magic and ono dose fixed mo all right It w certainly tho finest thing I over used for stomach trouble I shall not be without It in my homo hereafter for I should not euro to oudnrn the sufferings of lost night again for fifty times its prlcoU II WILSON Livery man BnrgetUtown Waalnngtou county Pi This Remedy Is for sale by Cowglll Cawgill Hickmau and A M Shaw State Line druggists xx YET JUNE lint Drouth May bo Expected Later Along On first and second temperature will rise followed by thunder showers re suiting In much cooler by Oth or Cth From 7th to 12th look for thunderstorms Among tho phenomena to he expected in marked degrees will be seismic and volcanic disturbances gen orally excessive lightning and thunder peculiar manifestations of magnetic nUll electric ourrout in tho earth and at moMphcre with phenomenal extreme of temperature ranging trom hot to vary cool cool enough In high latitudes for frequent frosts Tornadio storms will necessarily break out In many placet but such Htorms will uot prevail to such n general and unusual extent As to rainfall tho tendency will be to ward cloudburst and local Hoods In coast and mountain regions with grow lug scarcity over much of the interior known at tho western northwestern and central grain bolts From 12th to ICth higher tempera taro will prevail with summer storms continuing probably to about tho 22nd Very cool weather for tho season from about 22d to 24th About I26th to 28th tho much warmer followed by hail and thunderstorms with toruadic tcndcn dies in many localities Juno goes out warm with tendency to cloudiness and rain storms Considerable rain Is pre dicted for tho mouth but a drouth Is billed later lu tho season STUCK PEAS FUR SALE I have n largo number of bushels of Stock Peas on hand and can fill all or den promptly for either Whippoorwill or Cow Peas A M SHAW SUito Lino Ky Printing Ufllco for Sale The Fulton Ky Guard assigned by Iits former editor and proprietor Raymond Paschall will bo sold privately at once Tho plant consists of n steam outfit over 400 Ibs of body type and a welloquipnod job ollicc Good substan tail subscription list with Weekly Guard also n fairly good list with tho Sunday Morning Guard Plenty of material to run both papers Any ono interested in buying a plant of this kind will please address W W Meadows assignee Ful ton Ky or culltii Raymond Paschall at ofllco who will tako pleasure in showing you through the plant Easy terms made to purchaser Tho Tree Barber Shop FirstI will say that I need your pa IromigoSccondBocnuso I mil prepared to do your work ThirdBocauso I urn liberal with you FourthYou will always find mo ready and willing to do your work with Razors sharp und towels clean A neater shop cannot bo seenin Hick man A L HOOKING A Monster Doill Fish Destroying Its victim is a typo of Constipation Tho power of this malady is felt on organs nerves muscles and brain But Dr Kings Now Life Pills are n safe and certain cure Best in tho world for Stomach Livor Kidneys and Rowels On 25o at all drug stores Rights of Census Enumerators I Tho director of tho census has Is sued tho instruction to enumerators who are to take the twelfth census Under tho head of enumerators rights it is pointed out that tho ceu sue act rovldes that they shall have the right of admliiou to overy dwell- Ing and to overy manufacturing or me cnaiiicnl establishment for tho purpose ot obtaining Information for the census office They have tho right to put ov- ery question contained in tho census schedules and to obtain answers to each and all of them but are cautioned not to obtrude needlessly upon any person Should objection be made to a question a note of it should be made and tho fact reported to tho supervisor Enumerators must not accept any state meat as false and they are charged not communicate tojony person any infor mation obtained In tho discharge of their duties While In Town Call in at E E Reeve Gos ando MugglesYoulIgof sight both young ladles and mar ried ladles aro specially invited MAIDS UF HUNUR The mails of honor to Miss Pierce who has been appointed sponsor to tho Seventh Regiment of Kentucky Con federate Veterans nro Miss Lnllo Gibbs Of Union City and Miss Mattio Unto of Mayfield Miss Gibbs is a daughter of the Col Charley Gibbs a beautiful and fashionable young lady of 18 years Miss Halo is a niece of Maj II 8 Halo Colonel commanding of tho Regiment and Is a sister of Mrs John w Lan drum and Chas Hale well known In Fulton Sho Is decidedly lovely and divinely tall Mrs will Boyd has been selected to chaperone the sponsor and maids ot hqn or and will accompany them to Louis ville on tho 29th lust Fulton Leaders For Sale Fine Brown Leghorn eggs GO cents per setting of 13 M L ELLISON Y TRAUKIY NEAR CLINTON Flcm Bttslinrl Killed by Chas Kaglc Holh Prominent Farmers r Fulton Leader nth ult A tragedy occurred near Clinton late yesterday afternoon in which Flem Bushart was shot and instantly killed by Chas Kagle Tho difficulty came up over an old grudge about a year ago accusinghimKnglo was tried and acquItted Since then it Is claimed that Bushart had threatened to whip him several times Yesterday the latter came upon Kaglo and began abusing him and attempted to strike him Tho latter who had n shotgun fired on the former killing him instantlyKagle Immediately wont to Clinton nnd surrendered tho sheriff Ho was placed in jail and today acquitted on the ground of self defense +100 Acres IB Tomatoes Mr W M Chesterfield manager of tho Paducah Packing Company has just set out ono hundred acres of tomatoes on their river farm north of tho city and with less than an ordinary yield they will get 25000 bushels of tomatoes equal to 25 car loans or canned goods of 300 000 caw Morions news WnshItnwhlcbhadTerrible sores would break out on her head and face nnd tho best doctors could give no help i but now her health Is excellent Electric Bitters Is the best blood purifier known Its the su promo remedy for eczema tetter salt soresItexpels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only SOc Sold by all druggists Guaranteed FOR THE BEST IN- CBOCKBIKSI wGowhere they all go who t want FRESH GOODS at 4r01VEST PRICES TO y I Rogers Tlfcl isTTPTODATZ CHOCER1 1- WITTIXQS OLD STAND 11 1Give frialGoodsJ Delivered Free Clinton Street eTelephone 74 r High Grades AT Low Prices All SUMMER TANS In Kid Velour Calf and Willow Calfall Leather nnd Cloth Tops r 298I IIOO and 36X QunIor7 = 298 v I All Fresh New Stock No Plugs I EVERY PAIR WORTH THE FORMER PRICE BILE tl JJflYLOESTOREt T A LEDFORD Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware- Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement W IWI carry everything usually found in a first olass Grocery and no- v pains will be spared to pleasot my customers My motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me iv t Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered 1 SHAWCALLS Attention of the Ladies- TO i s HIS jbeparepe9eTHIS One of the largest Stocks in the City Pirie fies a Specialty i BARGAINS IN OXFORDS and SHOESuprvnsNG OF ALL NN N Nl SNSN SNSnn fjIfIAGESl k le sure tend t using WILL ALWAYS BE POUND d- TRv tJtm m I LiCV They have just received a large assortment of Young Mens Buggies that are UptoDate They are also agents for the leading Wheat Machinery McCormick Harvesters J GaarScott Threshers and Binder Twine tCALL AND SEE THEM HICKMAN KYV 0 E EAKER Qeaeeat weed Powell Block Clinton St lIning purchased the Grocery Stock of J J 0 Boodurant would be pleased to hate all old friends to call Fresh Goods and Choice Bargains DR S K DAVIDSON Jen1istHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over OowcUl Oowgilla Drug Store LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT WILLIAMS SHAW Y I Sirst class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe tennis c Customers served with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 10 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY LYE ME A TRIAL when you want Blacksmlthlag done or repair in I pecldtyIUndertake Goods Common Rosewood and Solid black Walont Coffins and Cases which can be Oiled UK In abort notice and at reason able prices Gin ma A call iShop near the Jail Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of r 1 NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS Ens- Call c and see our Stock Ever j thing up to date MARY BERENDES Co L Jmthttto DKALEK IN Fancy Groceries and Provisions lakMA KENTUCKY i r f I FREE DELIVERY ffc- TelophonoStoro No Hi Rea lidonco No 90 CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers Wo are hero to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try jug to please you than wo old reliable barbers JOHN HICKS H R IVY WILL CROWEU S iI- 4 It 1 L i t t tt t Nm f OMW HlHGm I f j aItemsrof Matters of JnteresVfo ti General r tPublic tDARK POTS IN REPUBLICAN LEGISLATION rtf I ij IEt t- treet1uluweOriTrRileliShrta u k 1 I UluIif Droiipcil br the AiliiilnUtrntlon l JiupthJ tar the parr Of viI iJSjxxlat Corrospondcnre There nreIttrd ig lgnd tint tUelilgh 11vetnritYlarteitiiulermnnyUk1 I k a c battlecte erI- i the question of American markets andI I AmerSfan Purports The hroteaihqt tax its party In Uermany lIs composed ai1 n OIitWxclusively of the farmers who cannol stand the intanse competition I and IQW prices of American farm prod uotsfliilie pricOiiotGurmau farm lafidsI have been onieM to a high potent andI the fierman tenant farmers are rack renteV as badly us veer they are IIni Ireland NuturalV the landlord ule inentidont want their UMits lowered which will be the inevitable result If trndhny German irfunufaeturers want th- enlflood products from the United States so they can sell their excellent man growln1ig JuThis situation In Germany is to be talien advantage of by the protect ed iifferests in thQ United States a the dxpense of the farming InferealTh of this country Already there ar- ff signuthat the entire textile interests of thI4 country will unite in a de J Jmnn srt foreign goal J r 1ttsirance tKere ore now within the United States enough knit goods factories to MJI ply the entire American demand for knit goods with nine months work Instead of trying to seek a foreign market for surplus products Ihjisct eoncerns will strive to uonopol z Plc American market by rntsing vtljlI cJgknitu t I TIll profits of knit goods nrecnor r moos an the knit goods combine twitch is ilractlcnll n trust in Us ef fects is making millions of dollars for its owners The labor cost in n pair of stockings knit by machinery r i I less than one cent yet the niflfiu facturers make a profit of ten sents 1 each piJr ofs bblttnLs lftalllti 23 cents TIc re nil dealer makes n ext ten cents taud tho balance is 11on up to rain material intenjst deterioration ot plant t cbirgesnnd the miK cIIanebjis j i items of large businesses t This new tariff programme which has a hundred ramifications In to be kept quiet until after the next presiden tial electlonrlf MuJinlelnrlns they Yhue ortThe enormous foreign market for I s fl byfor1t lean export trade is to be still furr Interitt I 2 r to i Shrinkage In Trail The shrinkage In the volume of trade within the United States Is n iIready so marked andperceii4tJble as to give EVt + oncern 111 Jllj tt mhiis4l liontit J1qt altytieiancM are I tlii withcolurnnna i figures regarding the growth of r pAmericanneglect the fact that the domestic ex j changes of the United States arc 1 tmore than SO times the volume of athel J shrinkage jjtryin domestic elchnnges f s If more than tltrreH t1ntoSumc of t Mmetl I a intj prosperity even trust variety will disappearwtt Ilrtiulilloan G lnir Ilotvu What Is the matter with the qdnifn tl tratlon congressional supporters In Ohio five republican fongrcKKinen have 4 thus fur been defeated tor renomlna it lion Ilrown Weaver Lybrand phi- lips 1 M and Kerr have beenJlrowoflr iJourdHJJuc undxlirimwefl are tnarkeij Tr lhyllil 1 nj Uykar IJlndllfIJil KJinntiont phiI who gives nothing in return AN a mat J ter of fpcj it J8 wpjl recognized nDI1I1If d- lrepulhydns tIrtcMnferWithnt there iU J JIIOtn single bright spot in their legis hale career ditrinir bin congress which entitles tli nHo hirfratinifleofl their constltuchtM It Is In an endeav to save lwliopsc from Ijip itt 3cmt4 tlinilie republicans insomnny districts have bcvn congtrBcd4o pre j1 sent new men to their outraged cott stituencies knowing that the men who voted for the Iorto Ilicnn infuinv nnd of vho tnnd for ltlldill th rinlsiHcle8 r jf lobblid legislutjan nn the Ifnnna chip subsidy kill would IIP apt to IRIFF rt their itfrtrtcfs to1 the1 Mptnhprirfrtjiot K- mnttr bow strongly thij liino byan held by ilu rvpiibtlcans In the past mqnSuTlothlLr iLdlrAllI lghkgrolnt fuadNrd 1 J ocrntJo IIOIIPP to be elected next Xovem her with n larger democratic majority Iicy than any In 25 yearn The popular twato which will sweep Iryan into th wbltllblf will stvenjliiir riIinb114nt I outljjjTpiDwer notdnlyifithe house and 1 tcnhte but in stne hilherto sorock I rive jl Jfn tyretrrvpulHcunfsir a o be LR n wI 1 0 y HII f c i I Treatment of the Bncr The hoer cuvoyanow In WUIilnStonl tre giving cinphailto tho proIrltUh attitude of tjut nllfilIllItratlo cyFbe peopletTheyt are n fine eturdy trio liriuyn stud intellect Wessels one of tho three Is n farmer mum ranchman who ac cording to old renidentn of Washing ton J1aTI nets And talks like Abraham Lingo t At the enormous Iroud J opera house meeting on the night of Sthe 20th hr tnpdr g fprorltsitpplc pn lltn length which fairly iobk his atidlence Vlj I and notable RprakerA among them Congressman William Sulzer Congress t man John J Ientz Congressman bump Clark Senator WelllngtonrSgn aloe tplOlinnd nourKe rltllSot a atngjo admlnUtratldn senator cpn gresman or sympathizer could be In ducrd to speak In behalf of the Hoers although wide and urgent Invitations tcero sent to them all from the i reeil dent down with every assurance that the meeting would be nonpartisan in ita character as it was in fact Not a word was said in hostility to the ad ministration Hut it WOlf noticeable that the most prolonged and vigorous applause of the evening was given when Senator Wellington declared the Filipinos were entitled to their lade thependenceThe audience demonstrated their sym pathies for the HoerK by contributing in a ftw mlniites about i000 tb the tidpan ion to several thousand dollars which haul already been talsed here on the announcement of the coming of the leer envoys ADOI PH FATTKnaON BRYANte Drinocrntlc Lender I Xo Quitter enod Itcmalni True to Iii IolHlcnl Faith rh9c + YorJqSVJ JJ1tQ arrests moment pay tYtiYtesl to William J Its an T ie Brvmn of 1POO stands before the tppopltt as a man with the boldness of honest convlctlfms The sincerity nrtd courage ouch an attitude arc Admirable however deplorable the quitI ter wo have htfn the testimony of 11 oSamuel Fetwenden that the AI might hatos u quitter too Mr Bryan tea resisted to the pies rat time all the efforts ot the time servers to makt him an accomplice in the upirei4an of the main Issue wttigJ 110re him upward to the com mandlhg position he occupies in hla party 5 councils He is using his un equaled power to hold the democracy to its declared arced notwithstand ing the temptations supplied cxpc dianov IIfI ly i11i a somewhat curious circum iKtance thai Jfr Iln nn should prove to be more stalwart for free silver than Mr Cleveland was for tariff re formIndeed 41J1oBltTib alt nnd unyielding adherence to principle which the mugwumps of ten n dozen years ago thought they had discovered and chiefly admired in their Idealized prophet In the case of Mr Bryan the part of honesty Is ikctriscthcPartg i Htlcnl vlid6ml lie has been urgr alienate several millions of voters tf1dredsn 1The Cat Let Ixioiv thoNccarwo agtwere practically n hermit nation Isolated from nil wprld levees that Industry trade had com nierce The statement is absurd IY ocinvite Mr Hanna to the contemplation of the reports of our trade Illth that our mnnutnuturtn cnpabll and facilities were beyond out the trustfa Competition forces price down so they combine close up key oral factories choke down production and then In the scarcity thus pro bythoorld compefttfon rake the J price 3e- lMr lama ndd+ that OIl home de mnnil was ciidfniduH but that man of facture for home demand flora not adif to general wealth lilt BO Then germs to us the lion Mark has- let n very large rot out of the bpg With our high protective lnri w fItf 1 market tins at their mercy is slih ply plucked by thorn It adds to their wealth witness Carnegie und with their yearly millions of Hut their enrichment nc j5pensej5 Sentinel iT n The president and the party 1 n congress must keep tub faith with the pCoplo redeem all pledges BUS cuoIimTSovcmber next they will bp called to olitI ruminpiiH They must show n record performances rather than of prom ileftyI 1 president anti hcjth hou8c of con I ross and thobppoftifidn IB K1thoul lace power to boqti legislation LJillndcI1 phin Ledger The insular pour of thotlltmlnIJ Nitration lIB understood to meet the approval of the eontlncutnl mOl1lnJIII If there was no other nrgumctt agninst it the argument that 1aoG noes foridMr hire wlu dwell between the great oceans on tslOUi North American continent Toledo meDJaile o + ydy +rr 0 0 iIT IS MKINLEYISMI11t C rrJliitlnn In OfHee of Ailintnliitraj S tlnn AppoltitFpa In hc Ctibnl- ia1otalllcparlleutW1 r+UK- f f j Ono CHn151ntPJ e rt x the corruption which llitirnrl olngnpnrntheJ large wealth Indeed the Spaniards treated their colonies as Klondike tto Uworled for tilt benefit of Uioofllolals 9ituunt enough to be appointed to the of cliere exporters of article needed In u1 t leiarhouse authorities i lCAmerlcnntitnistration provetathetfiltNlj tributes of free goveriunent and rrge dally In honest dealing with the funds CubanPiopltsad expended for their benefit livery patriotic American Irrespective of ijarty desired that Americans Intrust ed Hith authority in Cuba would make as flonorabla record for themselves and ir country And now It appears that wader the ofnppointingntcn1otifftcepro- ed they have the backing gt the poi presidentlaIh the postal department In Cuba mayamounthII Mark testimoiraftpwliHieJ a hlrketLttdi astounding urrr epee il and it is niscrtgl will Ix a thorough 19vestig 1 the system of plunder which is ponldlparpnrtrdenlrotihellcRlnlea1iulhittrlion It U ptJealIarI ore concerned In the honor of tIke American flag and the good name republlcf It is worse tuna slmlUr pluncterfngtrntlltllttyit honi r forii is robblngof tniat tnnd It li1tI hexxl meat from the estates of a hIt wllcwpreryI path The training of the Cubans fir icjfgqvernmenti must go on but it in manifest that If continued wader re publican auspices the lesson they re ylll not lie of a sort calculated t o pronyite hoq5r p ttnthr administration public aflnifs7 orto Inereaie the nw Ipecpf Cubans to rI tllllr Ihlnlln- ruler1 and plunderlrsi Nrn t- 4g The Truth Ciincralril Tb udmlnistrntlpnihns tlitbeen digi g mueh n rh to furnish i orutnllon its tariff deist I JGthel 1Iio secrlIrJ ot war for lull anti tX opIeiTof all proclamation illl1 r made resprcting the eolliction Internal and other r venu s Cuba and the Amurican Island 4 5ill iiamoantsan 1 1 Ihtheirf 1 1 a filtormatinnt rr n fnr hlshcd Why tin lIINJrlm r t Afraid to expose evpn thp shell rtf iti j lnlal system WJlytoirTnari t J hIbeenf t y 1191is a liirwof f 1eulnlllip A wire trlltottlI I tobacco undlIuEur Crulat I 103jIlit1Jpnlgnmalyzation of tjipcUiiin tint for trit dtoJolIr sTheHUITCHII fir f he frusta depends largely on theo rbl a of labor and the 0tb ft 1 is posflble and when they etoverstocked iilfy dUohargi step trill i 1 compuriatlrin Thtl bno real iabollt these gent pn m 1fIPtIt 1- it IdWwwiri n I HOW IT WORKS Am llliiitntlvi limlniifc or the Short iKtilcilncK Iof Itvpuiillcnti Slirllhlnilcr iSenator Shoup of Idaho gives ui mi Illustration of tho way In wh the prosperity argument In gtiln I1M worked in his pnrt of the count He takes load for the purpose presenting the argmnont In thu con rote During thu Harrison ndmlnUt rn lion ho says the II rico wn from 420 to 130 Under Cleveland It tumbled ill the way along down train 130 to jw nut when McKlnley took hold iind waved his magic wand up rt 1ad 10 5470 That Ist Irauntl to tf ham lrliail producer IU runtae fijig hfil1 hRt aloft and yell Whoop Hurrah for MrKlnley and prosperity Now take sheep says tho Feu in tur Under Harrison shocp wore hringitf from 324 to 440 per head In Idaho Under Cleveland they went iliiwn down to 127 Hut ruler 1Ic Kinley they have bounded nwny up to- SHO Ho there you are again Is any hephenl going throw MoKluley filthdemocraticl u t if hr appreciates thq force of republic an logic Our people ore ot fools1 gays t IdAho senator They know what I guul for thorn Which Implies that ihry know that when tlio dcmoarat arr In wwor they put prices do tenGt iml when tho republican are in IKIW irr they put prlctM up The nKMiunptlon la nnythlng lint oiinplimeiitary to tho popular Intel HI ftnc IIIIL granting it U Jw Uuct fr the rake of the argument vjiut f J HannaI am afraidtSit boomerang I consideration concerning Jfi Is c to ntrrri Iacgtpr Jrcaplc who u lleadBnndnVroolouvcIothlngl and most Ipopl1Mdo yse then directly or inl11tonI rectly think iilwut It 1IIf they are not such toolI the republican bftixen titke them to lie th wIIJIIlJctttb that If they reIpubllcan early puts prices up it ferneat them to pay more for the things lh ncjMl or go vIhoulrChlcago kift v i i tPRESS COMMENTS Iei+MarkMIannii has at least ac co jlTlnilirgerenoy rights to the ron jititutlon Memphis Comnurulnl Ap peal Secretory Jloot Is quoted ns sny pig that there Is need of a man ng iIron will in the white house Mr hoot being nt the head of the millI i levy establishment should RuppJywell some of the Iron hlmttolf t I Hnqulrer u t r A republican cxohnrigAimyK It would be ridiculous to make n cam palgn is iuc of Jfeely the ndmliiistra JwhoitrodlTfcIlow nrnuAtlanta Journal Irp Idont McKlnley would have entii1rolecfpresence embar niHslng ta an administration which l1Ipnthyl i The chief Justice of Porto lilt o must have n flue sense of humor He1 I ntYii l+ ihlrj fh t oousU1ullonotr lintlunyn Ioner ar i I mumlrpavunt floJ 9f1 1 tl pt tho l ma 1 Ith re Ito1hllnvJJcmrnnl Although the Ilannn skip sub 1ULVJI1I III dWW itO lar Jhoiprcqtill BjijaHt eoi rrtffipryYciitr l Jlp IChnt It is to be made n star feature of the ropubJJcQi rlorlpIlJllVJlct Gur 1JjhitlOQ4Uodt fn JlI tbcal uryi too juicy n plum for the tru combination to IOlu17f Washington Times nli f PI The republicans euro making firnen headway nt wiping out the surplr Irsalt Itprl 1 10c npproprlntlonM of the else th lvPs Wn rtitiltlag ntoently there will bo no surplus left strut the war iJiXiv Hldjavp tOhorotqlnodfor ycur i to auto tomeet the running expcnncw Df th9 ggvVrfptpntf3atntnuatl XtWII Jr arMtR Co J SR Y+ M rBUYING OUR HORSES 11f1 = KILN Offlorn Kxtirctril to PrIr chnno Thousands In this I Ctiuutrr I A large denier In tersest IIn1 this city tlmltho ftdi hooftnrvlco In South Africa in pxneoted to give n distinct Impetus to ie trim in the principal hunt market of thoI country reports tho Now York YOst Nut only will tho prices of dunes t affected In the west ho sold where most of the purchasing will be dot IeJ lutatwill bo noted here Not nil of t laeI markc ot1nhqiwtvcr will bo duo to prospective HrltUh buying for just now the United States Is also n brisk buyer of horses We shall feel the effect of tin buy Ing In tho west nald thU authority very noon after it tgiiiK In my opinion our price will advance 43 hours after the selling begins nt Chi oogo anti Louisville Nearly all the horses WP got ensue from the west nnd nro largely of tho class the British government Is liuylng Xot oil of the jimmying Ila done in tho United States however One of Ilthr Kngllsh agents IIs to meet hero Ito Istiny the postmaster from Toron I who IK to go through Canada with t ogont and try to buyat least SAM I the dominion All the horses bought In the went nnd Canada aro to be sent to Buffalo for final Inspi than before they are shipped to Sou Africa That will probably cause n nioro vigorous movement in the I York state markets brcauMi of t convenience In getting hunts to t jMiInt of Inspection I A Louisville dispatch state that Kentucky has been sending hone to that point In anticipation of the visit of the Kngilfilunen The d patch atatm fHrtiier concerning the brisk near of the demand Betldw t trosprfrtlvp trade with hingUnda rei l I njojlugState government Artillery And cavalry horsna are being bought l y the hHiidrttl and sent to the waatcrn army pools doer eavnlry horoa aro- ro fly hinging from 8SO to I141 ADo conllMg to slzR cud condition awl111r piTfcnot for year relayed dell pretpprily rr It trove rkOWL Thp Bombrr to be pHrchotcd from this eoMRtry has bean nttiitintcd at from 184MM te i0001t and Chtvago oTxpats ta furnish time majority It i osI tlblo the Knglkh governmnnt agents MrUh to buy at tho rato of SAWt A week nail obtain the required num her wlthfn a few week OnlyI sou stdrand and reasonably yoHHg IIONOA will be ueeeptcd and the prlcw quoted by t Louisville dlspatoh are exi eoted rule BEING THE ICE MAN One of TUrw Tell Why III 1oraIt In lot poi 111neelhrrn IVrrn i alai IIrales1tnunclfilO a sail dined nt the lintel Ilellevue Ii moblurpfher dny SpeakIng of the Ice bu l setitxs reports the JIo ton decalng TranKctrlpt4 Hlmer II Bright of iii to secretary sad treasurer of t11oW lIhllLThr differ In bulnlll f rolpalmost any other line Their qualntnncp with one soother has been 1jit It cod no last year we resolved that eywould he a benefit to all to in rotrn Unj linThlllllnllIlII nimyt pirollt sd comparatively small nn It Ijt ours The price of Iron lumhrr horses nnd nil thl+ material that go I make an Ice plant hour had con J8amonibleJ Iinnt advanced cent There arc QfJnumber of mon In the business who Srp In very good clrcumstanceii b fin will tutu that they are all menIalong In years who made tfielrhmousce tt1nry rats ago when profitIh greater Conditions since then have changed materially The hirg CUH thflynrR IttJtI ears mfr man umdd d1 tho the atnhtnny easel thorp TliM hf eoUrif all raranK a very considerable Increase in the IIInirt grenrepiblrmi a 2 The public as n class IH very u htIntlndll onHtmdglr thoughtleSMness the piv toMitelarger quantity of ice on hQt morn sutruner tott rananit takes eo itiuch Ilonger to ii ver the Ice I think they would reaitonablp anti not feel abused at iv little waiting We mire able to lohdmr vragotiN onl1 about onehalf of the Ice that the tleft hrfnso holds In Ronng pile rR not ne per cent Our teams starting out very rnrly In the morning nnd 11114 J getting In In hot weather until very girl late at night make it a haul bufi1nes antatlull plenty to do In fhe very hottest an and the verycoldeRt weatlur1 On tbe Ilalr It in not n biislnesH offering nn l Indueemenis to men to get Into Uis nlAhnlnlc Jiiirhiirc W 1bUigORhglnll VliI Itc voryjjcxjufiqPC InitJiOglaljiosJpon r IllI drI10Puck J M LiI J AGRAPHSPUNGJJtP e1s iu f1 Jonesr1tent ho got all tho negro rah Johnstort Yes 1IstaAlt otIrunning for ofllco he oakcwnlkcthV Kansas City Independent fi J of 11 When n man Is n olironlektfltcr r indigestion lie ought m vcr7 neby1 I I 1 pi wrJournal udecloud because ho stole nn umbrella betIlarrboand Lsmpnan taut Imagine n woman marry g n prizefighter Too brutal should say Why he would never Jtr her n chance to talk IhUadel orth American + Wunder Do you and your TJvied hove nn argument lien Icck thollgldolkInRdUoiuslng Ilaltlmoro American tits said the sergeant of marines 1 who was showing her over the Imttlc ship this IIn the qunrtfril+ fpck Ohl she exclaimed feeling for purse I thought It Will nil tree herjIhlladelphla Press j Mm Greene Sometlmeii dont you know I begin to think that Thomas j nmrrlrd mo for my money Mrs OrnyOh well you know there IIs mnrcingohoUnspeakuble terror was written upon every IlDMtnent of the mtlHlbreil womann fane Halr A olewl ex Ithbonemonml at ones These unliMltaUng bcltnnheasplcftCoctplIlIglr ESCORTS FOR GIRLSIA CaMpanr ltd llrrn Pnrmnl In Otil rAttaforlhelarynroflrw- he vMlnir firm Some South skit girl tune started an amoalaUon to orated M Srtn for women IneorporntfoM 11I rhnebeen drawn up tad Atollsays the Cliroulple At to the Homo of the wtmpany the young tadloitire very senslUvo and one would hardly dare haaard a I The young ladles range In nJry om 17 yenta tn Jtt pal the pHrpoie of their company la tn supplyl OH itA Deft nt any time of del nIl us Rite at night as respectability will pert m methyl to he employed Is a safe and prnetloal one Time drat meeting was held In 41a onln of the Sreltknnwn paOf4pn of the young misses on Jackson boulecend Dearborn Mrret lost woekJOne member oonxmtod to says MWe promtooptStatey the elevators run all nght and will employ 105 who are from 10 to 30 unllarmedMn dorkblue cloth rack coat The trousera will be tightfitting anti kive of white down the aide reema The coat will be single breasted with front like that of n fatigue coat of an army officer The cap will be soft with n visor running well around wearslmoneyrpay the expenses for three months e will engage only good bright totasupport We will start with ten TheAQboys Hill be In charge of a wqnv There will lie two women em ployed as overseers One will be oa duty from torn n m until five p in + tnr other from flea p m until mllll ght rtcnographbfra and lure been In a similar hued forrrthe use of the embn8 only We have members and each member must pay Into the treasury of the company an escort nt the talc of tS cent thatutought to put It on n paying barbj hrre will be call boxes from our to the office SIslrKIr Miles lnng IwiiUllrincident occurred lately on e Chloqgo A Northwestern rOlhXII1J Highland Park HII reports tho Mil Sentinel As the engineer of train which reaches Milwaukee at thiUolobrokesteam from the noisemaker From Park to Milwaukee a dls of about 05 miles here wnu not moment whoa time whistlo was not sounding full strength Itt could Iha for mile away as the train came in n long continuous shrill sound nndnt raptvwhat xvanhap nErtheI keep tho steam up to the running ttrnlntittlebnFor IlnnerleiMaliltn I IiTho bequest with molleval flavor nbdut It IA that given by till marquis CarallfWI rti tdowcfcleas maiden The interest oi 1X0 tU annually awarded tp qnie of the working classes on her nnrrrange The candidate hue to be nomi tAudester by moans of good ooudiiqt Ap NarlCfhUt candidate had presented her uredctl + aIttyglrr ndomeitlfI scrvant thqofQqn thowur and thalcconacr 1 unit rth of olgIblanmIe havQihnylhlbg lIolltliryNilcnntt i h f Jt t I t 1 I = s FRUITS OF VICTORY Dr Talmage Discourses on the Rewards of Faithful Endeavor Lesion of Christ In Orrr onilnir Ol cle Which Ur n Ills Kolluirrr HalUfnctlon In Completion of Uuud IVurk Copyright 1900 by Louis Klupsch In thin discourse Dr Tulmngo allows untogonllnnsthot Mm for all wounded hearts text John 17c 1 have finished the work wliloh Thou gnvcst Me to do There IR a profound satisfaction in the completion of anything we have undertaken We lift tho capstone with exultation while on the other hand tliero Is nothing more disap pointing than after baring tolled In n certain direction to find that our time profitleas tnlghtIfdid It The foulmouthed crew who nJ tempted to trrad on Htm could not extinguish tku sublime HnU fnction whlili 11tlxprae when He said I have finished tho work which Thou gaviBt Me to do Alexander the Great was wounded sad the doctors could not medicate dyIng taw n plant with a pecullnr lower and he dreamed that the plant was put upon his wound and that imme diately It waa cured And Alexander waking from hit dream told this to tho physician and the physician wan dered out until he found just the kind of plant which the sick man had described brought It to him and the wound was healed Wei the human race JIMS been hurt with the ghast bleat of nil wounds that of sin It was the buslnev of Clirint to bring n balm fur that wound the balm of Di t vine restoration In carrying this business to n siiecemful issue the dif ficulties were Btupendoun In many of our plans rre Lave our friends to help us some to draw a sketch of the plan others to help us In the execution But Christ fought every inch of His way against bitter hostility nnd amid circumstances all calculated to depress nnd defeat In the tint place Illa worldly oc cupation was against Him I llnd that He named Ills livelihood by the ear jwntcTN trade an occupation always- to be highly regarded and respected JJut you know na well as I do that In order to suecerd in any employment one must give his entire time to Ita and 1 have to declare that the fa tlfruc of carpentry were unfavorable to tli w execution of a mission which required all mental unit physical foe iiltlos Through high hard dry husky inaensote Judaism to hew away for a new nnd glorious dlsp nca tlon WM a stupendous undertaking that was enoh f demand all the concentrated energies even of Christ We have n great many roimyitlc stor leu about what men with physical toll have accomplished in Intellectual departments but you know that after a man has been tolling all day with ads and saw and linmmcr plane and nx about nil hNn do Is to rest A weary body Ila an unfavorable ad junct to n toiling mind You whose Hfo IU purely mechanical if you were called to the upbuilding of a king dour or the proclamation of a new code of morals or the starting of a revolution which should upturn nil no tions could get some idea of the in coherence of Christs occupation with Ills heavenly mission In Ills others shop no more Inter course wan necessary than is ordi narily necessary In bargaining with men that haw work to dOi yet Christ with hands hurl from ue of tools of trade was called forth to become a public speaker to preach in the face of rubs while sonic wept and some shook their fists and some gnashed upon Him with tnilr teeth and many wanted Him out of the way To addreM orderly and respectful us cmblagm In not au easy as it rutty com but it requires more energy and more force and more concentra tlon to address an exasperated mob Thin village of Xnzarcth heard the pounding of Ills hammer but nil the wide reaches of eternity were to hear the stroke of JIll spiritual upbuilding So also HlH habit of dress and diet were against Him The mighty Inca of Christs time did not appear in ap jrarcl without trinkets and adorn woul111hnveYet here was a man here was a pro feared king who always wore the same coat Indeed it was far from shabby for nIter He had worn It along while the gamblers thought it worth rattling about but still it woo for front being nn imperial robe It wan n coat that any ordinary man might have worn on nn ordinary oc casion Neither was there any pretense in Ills diet wo cupbearer with golden chalice brought Him wino to drink On the seashore He ute fish first liar ing broiled it Himself No one fetched Him water to drink but bending over the well in Samaria he begged a drink He sat at only one banquet anti that not at till hiimptu Qua for to relieve the awkwardness of the host one of the guests had to prepare wino for the company Other kings rode in a chariot He walked OtiT kings ns they advance have heralds and applauding sub jects behind Christs retinue was made up of sunburned fishermen Other kings sleep under embroidered canopy this one on a shelterless Llll JUdlug but once as far nn I now re l jj o IIIIIIIIII member on a colt and that bor rowed His poverty was against Him It requires money to build great enter prises Men of means ore afraid of n penniless projector lest a loun be de printbooksstructors No wonder the wise men penpless to pay for this new rehglon Who Iis to charter the ships to carry tho missionaries Who Is to pay the salaries of the teachers hall the wealthy established religion be dis comfited by n penniless Cnrist The consequence was that moat of the people that followed Christ had noth ing to lose Atllucnt Joseph of Arhna they burled Christ but he risked no social position in doing that It in always safe to bury a dead man Xac cheus risked no wealth Qr social posi tlon in following Christ but took n position in a tree to look down ns He passed Nioodemus wealthy Nicode num risked nothing of social position In following Cnrlet for he skulked by night to find Him All this was against Christ So the fact that He was not regularly grad anted was against hint If n mina cornell with the diplomas of colleges and echoolB and theological semina riM and 1ic has been through foreign travel Inc world is disposed to his ten lint here was a man who had graduated ttt no college had not In any academy by ordinary means learned thin alphabet of the language He spoke and yet lie proposed to talk to instruct In subjects which lied con founded the mightiest intellects John says The Jews marveled saying How hath this man letters having never learned toWeIn our day have found out that a man without a di ploma muy know as much as a man with one nnd that a college cannot transform a sluggard into a philoso pher or a theological seminary teach a fool to preach An empty head after the laying on of hands of the presbytery is empty still nut it shocked all existing prejudices in those olden times for a man withno scholastic pretensions and no grndu ation from n learned institution to set Himself up for a teacher It was against Him So also the brevity of ibis life was against him He had not come to what we call mldllfe Hut very few men dQ anything before 33 years of age and yet that was the point nt wliioht Christs life terminated The first IS years you take in nursery anal school Then it will take you six years to get Into your occupation or profession That with bring you to 21 years Then it will take you ten years nt least to get established in your life work correcting the ails takes you have made It any man nt 33 years of age gets fully estate fished In his life work he is the IX ceptlon Yet that Is the point att which Christs life terminated I imagine Christ one day standing in the streets of Jerusalem A man descended front high lineage Is stand lug beside Him and says My father was a merchant prince He had a castle on the beach in Galilee Who was your father Christ answers Joseph the carpenter A than from Athens is standing there unrolling his parchment of graduation and says to I Christ Where did you go to schol Christ answers I never graduated Aha the idea of such an unheralded young man attempting to command the attention of the worlds As welt some little fishing village on Long Is mad shore attempt to arraign New York Yet no sooner does He set His foot in the towns or cities of Judea than everything Is in commotion The people go out on n picnic taking only food enough for a day yet are so fas cinated with Christ that at the risk of starving they follow Him out into the wilderness A nobleman falls down flat before him and Says My laugh ter is dead A beggar tries to rub the dimness from his eyes nnd says Lord that my eyes may be opened A poor sick panting woman presses through the crowd and says I must touch the Item of Ills gar ment Children who love their mothers better than anyone else struggle to get into Ills arras and to kiss Ilia cheek and to run their lingers through Ills hair and for all time puting Jesus so in love with te little ones thut there Is hardly n nursery In Christendom from which He does not take one saying I nut have them 1 wJJJ Oil Uezrtn with these for every cedar that I plant la Heaven I xvlll have 50 white lilies In the hour when I wan a joor man in Judea they were not ashamed of JJ and now that 1 have come to a throne lIdo not despise them Hold it not onIdom of Heaven Again I remark there was no or gaubuitlun in ills behalf and that was against Him When men propose any great work they band together they write letters of agreement they take oaths of ten Itoml the more complete time organization the more sad complete the success Here was ono who wonT forth without any or ganleatlon mid alone If men had a mind to join in His company all right If they had a mind not to join in Ills company nil well If they came they were greeted with no loud sal utation if they went away they were sent with no bitter anathema Peter departed nnd Christ turned and looked at him that was nil All this was against Him Did any one ever undertake such nn enter prise nmld such infinite embarrass ments and by such modes And yet I um here to F4o it ended in n com plete triumph Notwithstanding Ills worldly occupation Ills poverty His plain face Ills unpretentious garb the fact that He was schoollcss tho taut that He was not accompanied by any visible organization rIItlanding all that IB an extrllaratbe- which shall be prolonged fa eyerlaa- lag chorals He declared I have fin ished the work which Thou gayest M to do See Him victorious over the forces of nature The sea is a crystal sep ulcher It swallowed the Central America the president and the Span- Ish armada as easily lfl any fly that ever floated on It The Inland lakes are fully as terrible in their wrath Some of us who have Balled on It know that Lake Galilee when aroused In n storm Is overwhelming anti yet that set crouched In His presence andI licked His feet He knew all the waves nnd the wind When He beckoned they came When lie frowned they fled The heel of Ills foot made no indentation on the solidified wa ter Medical science has wrought great changes in rheumatic limbs and diseased blood but when the anus chest are entirely withered no human power can restore them and when a limb is once dead it is dead Hut lucre Is n paralytic his hand lifeless Christ says to him Stretch forthI thy hand and he stretches it ffifth In the eye Infirmary how many di eases of that delicate organ have been cured 1 liut Jesus says to one blind Be open and the light of heave- rushes through gates that have never before been opened The frost or nn nx may kill a tree but Jesus smites one dead with a word Chemistry may do many wonderful things but what chemist at a wedding when the win gave out could change a pall of water into a cask of wine What human voice could command a school of fishn Yet here is n voice that marshals the scaly tribes until in n place wher- they luau let down the net and pulled it up with no flab in it they let it dow again and the disciples lay Mold nnd began to pull when by reason of the multitude of ilsh the net broke Nature is his servant The flowers he twisted them Into hula sermons the winds they were his lullaby when he slept In the boat the ruinit hung glltteringly on the thick foil Ige of the parables tho star of Bethlehem it sang a Christmas carol over his birth the rooks they beat a dirge at his death Itehold his victory over the grave 1 The hinges of the family vaul become very rusty because they ure never opened except to take another in There is a knob on the outside o the door of the sepulcher but none on the inside Here comes the conqueror of death lIe enters that realm nnd says Daughter of Julius sit up and site sits up To Lazarus Come forth and he came forth To th widows senile said Getup from that bier and he goes home withhls moth er Then Jesus snatched up the keys of death and hung them to hull girdle and cried until nil the graveyards o the earth heard Him 0 Death I will be thy plague 0 Grave I will bt thy destruction My subject also reassures us ef th fact that in all our struggles we have a sympathizer You cannot ten Christ anything new about hatdfhip I do not think that wide ages of eternity will take the scars tram His punctured side anti Ills lacerated temples and Ills sore hands Yc will never have n burden weighing toO many pounds ns that burden Christ carried up the bloody lull You will never have any suffering worse that- lie endured when with tonguo hot and cracked nnd inflamed and swollen he moaned I thirst You will never be surrounded l y worse hostility the that which stood around Christs feet foaming reviling livid with rage howl ing down Ibis prayers and snuffing up the smell of blood 0 ye faint hearted O ye troubled 0 ye persecuted oner here Is a heart that can sympathize with you Again nnd lastly I learn from nil that has been said today that Christ was awfully in earnest If it had not been a momentous mission lIe woul have turned back from itdisgusted and discouraged He saw you in a cup tivity from which He wn resolved toI extricate you though it cost Him all sweat all tears all blood He came a great way to save you He came front Hethlehem here through the placb of skulls through the charnel house through banishment Ther- was nut among all the ranks of celes tials one being who would do as much for you I lay Ibis crushed heart at your feet today Let it not be told In Heaven that you deliberately put your foot on It While it will take nil the ages of eternity to celebrate Christs triumph I am here to make the startling announcement that be cause of the rejection of this minlon on the part of some of you alPihat magnificent work of garden and crow anti grave IK so far as you are con corned a failure Helena the empress wentto the Holy Lund to find lie crou of Christ Getting to the Holy Land there were three crosses excavated and the question was which of the crosses was Christs cross They took a dead body tradition says and put it upon one of the crosses and there was no life and they took the dead body nail put it upon another cross and there was no life Hut tradition says when the dead body was put up against till third cross it sprang into life The dead man lived again Oh that the life giving power of the Son of God night dart your dead soul into nn eternal life beginning this day Awake thou that slecpest and rise from the dead and Christ shall give thee life Live uowl Aud live forever Women Doctor In England The South African tar has deprived ninny English hospitals of the service Of male doctors and the women medi cos are now reaping their reword The Match Trait Sprentllnir Out The match trust bans several factories In Europe and has now absorbed uo Important establishment in goutk America f Bleep Changes the Verdict unanimouslybhome to Ltd After sleeping over it they showsestrengthen mind Those who are troubled with inlOm nisshouBd try HostetteVf Stomach Bitten andIntluplwPCtlremedies for kidney liver find blood lirardens T Tile Vicious la Boston Yes replied the lesion parent a boy soon acquires vicious habits if be ii suf f Itbughthouldtbrowhereditarytendeneiee traininghehypothetIralf tlJ luck i In the Lake Country of Northern Illinois Wi con in Minute ofthetouristfromitAmong by places are Fox WauktflhaOconumowlIt KiIbournlittlfurtherteary White year Minnetonka and Mar Superiors10r Homes for situCrated COUrll onr HlIealftJrdl Particular Aliout lib Shoes A western couple who were on a viiit toI thee thildtlviewIng room the Astor gallery and the great ball mageoppuleadecorations thantheybadby the husband who upon retiring for the night whet he was asked by his faithful fMuie if according to his usual custom he beblaYTnLllneOne Night to Denver Via Chicago Union Pacific d NorthWest era Line Colorado Special Ileaves Chic go 10 00 every morning arriving Denver 120 asMEitoucarstt train at 1030 PM Daily New book Col Chicagoforado illustrated mailed on receipt of four andWellPussy Willows Perhaps gardeDYgbeginea a porch ire yesterday evening Pittsburgh Telegraph IIDo Your Feet Ache and fluent lerhfiiJ l Easy Cures Corns Itehia i anaEAe1 I The Proper Term The Maid Marriage is promotion commotlonco tTo Care a Cold In One Day Take Lazatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money i itfalls to cure 25c A Girls Estimate of Men beur f those in novels Atchiton Globe I Remember that Glenns Suljiur Soa suiphunTry it I lulls Hair and Whisker Dye Black o Brown 60c 1No woman should think of manring until the acquires a forgiving disposition Chi ago Tartly News Sweat and fruit acids will not discolor gods dyed with PUTXAU FADKLESS DIES Sold by ali drugelits itLlOItTdCincinnati May 28 CATTLE Common I 25 n 4 GO Select butchers 5 10 to 5 1- 5C1VEShxtro 6 0 75 HOGS Select packers 5 40 u 5 41 Mixed packers 5 30 a S t5 ShtI lCholce 4 15 i 4 25 tMHSExtra 5 00 ff 7 00 80eWJlKuT No 2 reflit 73- OILNNo S mixed a 4111 OATS No 2 mixed J 25 GiftHAY M ESS POH1C Ill 82- uIAItl gG 0- 5BfrnEU Ch dairy g 14 2114AILESChtoPOTATOESPer brl 10 1 05 TOBACCO 7 w 2 05 fl3 75 Old 440 jil7 00 CHICAGO FLOint Win patent 3 CO JT 3 70 WHEATNO 2 70 No 3 sprint 05 I OItXo 2 redd 37 OATS No 2 221 5514PORKLAUD Steam C 70 tm 0 MMj NEW YORK FLOUll Win patent 3 GO Q 3 85 b2yOHOATSNo 3 2Bft RYE POUK Mess iillxcdII12 02V4 75- LA11I Steniu 7 12y BALTIMORE FLODUWittI patent 3 CO n 3 SO YHJuthelnOiAo2 nllxedft 40 OATCCo 2 mixed 2C gr 27 CATTLE First qunl 5 10f11515- IIOGS1Vestern ft U 5 90 INDIANAPOLIS N711V1o 2 red r 71 3J1taOViSoLOUISVILLE FJOIJItVin pntuAt 4 25 o 4 50 1VhIEA Tw r tJo 71 l01lN JMIxed 42 2S1iTUBE1 ICS urn ti 7 000 Number Sixteen In his history of New York one ef the classics of American autborshps Knickerbocker Washington DiedrIckI lovingly yet with unctuous sarcasm beauties and traditions of nit loved Nieu Netherlands the peaceful valley of the Hudson from Albany to Manhattan the regionfand his long sleep and of the ancient names and families whose descendants are still a power in that locality Ho farreaching were the effects of the History that in time the name Knickerbocker became the popular Citybeold Oermar of ample girth clutching firmly the longstemmed clay pipe which Irving im ityItecogfJlngAmerican people long train service was inaugurated to New York from St Louis to which Father Knickerbocker lent his name and through the efforts of the line KnickerIlockerthe average traveled American as to the rUt atfnoon u wifUy ly to Father Knickerbockers abode trav whkhhIpreparatiwforSo popular has the service proven that the Big hour has started a new train as a com panion it leaving St Louis 800 A Mo re carving all Western and Southwestern con nection and arriving in New York at 255 theNewfnrer who travels much will call it Number Sixteen in emulation of his railroad breth ren and inquire ifshe U on time A months business has demonstrated that it is a success The Big Fours motto is Com uptothose Who desire every convenience in travel Jjigoourwill always receive a prompt and courteous reply Mother sternly = He kissed you twice to my knowledge And 1 dont know howt often after that f DaugbterSeillllr do I ma I never was much good at mental rithtneticPhiIadelphia Press J==== for atrm in men to Ills Lydia Ptekhwni Cemp more any Its and this writ for Mrs Her will to of is y of in or are to t are for sate by all retail j I c q if W s ++ r + 1 t + + ++ + + + + T + ++ A news that CHEAP is Co Ohio Who have had 40 years in INK Such as the Speed of the Press the Texture of the Paper the of the etc It goes ADDS to the look of a ISI CHEAP or at least CAL which is THE TEST the word This prlnlt4 WIth THAT 1M 1 t II 61 Insist tuTta them take others and yon will gel the ntshelL that noccjua ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM T S 1 I I E E T I gties the the L T UtIIl I of Costs Of Ily 25 centst at CI M D ST MO P I i i I a 1yl- f 1 f i f== i 3 aI X The best bargain in ralJroat1IJ A travel at present is a personal A1- S ly conducted excursion to call- fornia X Jt Y the Santa Fe Route J- X accommodations J i and reliable personal escort J- Y 5 without extra S Three times a week from X Chicago and Kansas City + Ask for full details XX T GRADY X rourntaerrtce- I A the Atcbllo TopekaS Santa Fe Railways Y 109 Adams Street Chicago Y JO L r CVftS wait All tlSt Bast Couth Syrup ULea Good Use tlmo Bond br drnmltu I Weary 1 Rast weary women found Lydia E khamVtIIJeCompound H makes wo strongami healthy bear heir murtlens ami overcomes ihose to whfoh women arm subject because they are women E Vegetable lHl4l a 5s known front coast to ooastt It has cured 1 sick women than other motllclnem Mentis are they are constantly writing thankful letters which appear In paperIf are muzzled Plnkhams ad vice address Is Lynn MassrSh charge you nothing and shehas restoredml0n women healthu WALTHAM WATCHES The factory the Waltham Watch Company the largest and most complete establishment the kind this any other country Watches the most posesible make edWaltham Watches jewelers CH Er AIP ink IS manufactured by The Queen City Printing Ink Cincinnati experience making NEWS TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Temperature Press Room FARTHER paperand ECONOMI for CHEAt It NEWS INK t f I n INCHESTE rAFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHED Newffival LiadlrlaREpltterupon BO boy DR MFFEIT AHijslrrltitlnUMsDIgesllcii atIT HI N Makes Strengthens Recul BowelsrChildITeething Powders TEETH1NA Relieves Children t- OrmalI2Sceattte t DrYlgistsittmANY AGE MOFFETT LOUIS 1iELikes Good Bargain fr by Excellent chargea A r3lsaegr Cmilfornl tAILS In Women mntlhmljt everywhere Waltham ILOOK iCHICAGOiOOMAI A I 1Double Deity 8ervcs Ncwhlaertatoe3fern loftIItanethbr IlutoRI i I t jiEAnims OP THIS PAPKR- UKSllUNU TO HUT ANVYUIMC ADVKUTISKO IN 1T8 COlt N9 tUOULU INSIST UION 11AV1NU WIJATTUKY ASK tOll ItEFUSUTCI AU bUU3TITUTK3 Oil IMITATlUNd DROPSY IWWJVKBTt Blvea 1 urInt K Free Or H ilUHIKNB MNti Qes b AUu uUaII A N KB 18m WHEM 1ItITINOtT AltVUKTlMCBii please slat ttiMl rue aw Ua AUvcrtUo callA U U paper C 1- sl TT I Building Material l 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM t cc- v sBED l Doors and Windows Shingles Ac l Lime and Cement l 1 1BoildersHardware Oils etc i j jESTUUTEIj FURNISHED f i d jFEEDSTUFFS IA r Hay Oats Cora Bran etc etc IS 1 r i c 2 U P WS EllisonI i c6 tSTATEIIIUHTS 1 Ii The decision of the Snprenio Court of the United States in tho Kentucky case la especially gratifying to those who be- lievec in the right of tho States to regnoII I late their own domestic affairs without tho interference of the Federal Gov ernment Had tho Court taken juris a r t diction of this case it would have over- riddenIJ I one of the fundamental princi plea of our government and would have s set at naught the Constitution of Ken tucky which for over n hundred years has provided that a contest for tho oil ces of Governor and Lieut Governor ball be determined by the Legislature fi fii In a Court with the great majority of S t 1 1itamembers Republicans this decision of more importance in settling deli nitely the right of the States to self government than in putting an end of of the controversy over tho office of Gov ernor Even those who hoped tho Court would take jurisdiction upon the belief that Taylor had received a majority of the votes would in the end have found such action subversive of the very prin ciples of Government for which i South especially has contended since 11mII days of Jefferson and such n precedent u the end would inevitably have led to dangerous and pernicious encroachment upon State rightsElizabethtown News eA clrTHANKS 1 wish to say that I feel nnder lasting obligations for what Chamberlains 1y1 Af I Icoaghef coughs aad it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatc ly Indebted to the manufacturers remedy and with them to please accept oar hearty thanks Respectfully Mos- S JortY Dee Momc Iowa For sale 1 by Cowgill and CowgihJlickman and A M Shaw State Line Druggists tli II i MUST REPORT WRECKS qObirmanHepburn of the House In terstate Commerce committee made n favorable report upon n bill requiring railroads to report to theInterstate Com trttrr merce commf lon all facts In regard to railroad disasters The bill provides that where there has been a collision of trains where oae fa a passenger train on a railroad of any common carrier en gaged in carrying Interstate commerce or where a passenger train or any part of it leave the rails it shall be tho duty 4 of the General Superintendent imme diately to institute an investigation into t the causes of the accident and trans mit a detailed report of it under oath t the Interstate commerce commission It also directs the roads to make a monthly report of all accidents which may occur to its passengers or employ t attended with loss of life or onalln I juries tfee report to give tho causes and circumstances of the accident Oil dais of roads failing to make these re port will be deemed guilty of a mis L demeanor and punished by a fine of not I less than 1100 nor more than 1500 fa 1 every offense and for every dny which itfails to make the report after tho time specified r Tke Passing of ike Bicycle y The Brooklyn Times bewails the pass lug of the bicycle in that section of the s popeular vehicle is no longer the thing A bicycle reaction has set in Once there was novelty in ndlng a wheel bu that novelty has worn off A few ago the roads to and in the park fairly warmed with riders male female old j r young and middle aged and having i reached a point of popularity never be 1forereached by any form of amuse 1 ment the reaction has come Nowadays people seem to begrudge the time that it requires to clean the wheels and keep them in first class orw der and tho care which must be besto ed upon lanterns BO that they will b brightly and not go out when needed It has been found also that money is required to Day for new tiresI to put in worn out spokes to provide the latest patern of saddle and to add sirthenew appliances as they come from the brains of resourceful inventorsI Time was when the hours spent in pol ishing up the machine were the hap piest of the day and the money invest t ed in adding to its efficiency was gladl expended Now it is different Tb- a novelty of the thing has worn off Ev erybody is not going wild over wheel1I lug Mechanics ride to and from their t work on wheels and washerwomen r Avail themselves of the samo convenient means of transportation Thus bicy cling Ja no longer considered the thing to don i 7flr e r CHICAUOS BURGLAR TRUST A Chicago policeman announced tho other day that in poking around among tho queer places on the South Side ho had made the discovery that there was a pickpockets and burglars trust operat ing there The officer says that a COQ siderable number of pickpockets and othor thieves of the city aro banded to 1 gether for tho purpose of pooling all I their Interests oven to the financial re turns A general manager of the trust assisted by a well qunlltted committee divide the city into districts for day and night work The manager and tho com mittee also assign the various trust memo hers in details to these different dis tricks Night assignments are said to bo the most popular and eagerly sought after by all members both old and now lot day work is very fatiguing to tho nervous system The managers and members of tho steering committee ore supposed to be very familiar with all of the kinds of work that have to bo done They alsoc haven perfect knowledge of tho peculiar aptitude and talent of each member of tho trust Fortified with tho knowledge of both the work to bo done und the men who are to accomplish it tho manager and the committee are enabled to devise Illuns of operation which work us Hinooth ly as a welloiled piece of machinery I The workers in each particular field of usefulness have n suborganization und committee which cooperate with the committee and officers of tho general as sociation There is the Porch Cumbers ciely the United Order of Touchers and Grafters tho Back Door Boys the Shoplifters Mutual Benefit Association tho Pocket Pickers Guido etc All of these orders rite integral parts of tho trust and form Its main pillars of sup port To manufacture a good grade of wool front rock is what an inventive genius St Louts hat accomplished The I procerts is said to be simple and the pat I ent has been secured by tho Sawyer Paper Co and tho wool will be uinun i factnred on a largo scale The old bell weather might as well turn goat and go I out of the wool growing business i Fine Farm for Sale 1 My farm located in MADRID BEND I j I Fulton County Ky containing I 1000 ACRESm- ore or lean 130 in cultivation 8 of th- In GI clover I DmLL1lG BOGSB Qr Q ROOS Uh Pantry and Kitchen t ro good young orchard bans and nil1 ueceMary ontbnlldlnRS Also good tenant houses Iota stables cisterns and wells all fences in good repair This land will yield 1 bale of Cotton per acre 01 40 bushels of Com i the remainder of tho lapel u well tim beredAbout 000 acres of tills land timber ed subject to overflow Terms reasonable For further particulars and term ap ply to MBA SUHAK MEQILL Owensboro Ky Or IRs RowsiA CAUKIQA- Xfi2S4t Bcaale Tenn Farmers Free Column I Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed 0 lines each from farmers who ore subscrib I ers who have horses mules cows pro ducts seed c for sale free of charge tooO L WkseerwAl Peas 14 bushel genuine Whippoorwlll Peas WALiteuesFOR SALE One tine brood mare nearly a tho oughbrcd with young colt works any where Also n No 1 family horse 5 years old this spring Bay black mane rand and tail nearly 10 hands high well bred perfectly gentle anybodlclU drive him Will sell ono or credit M A MCDANIKL State Line THE STEVE STABe Livery and Feed NtabIea Clinton Street west of HIckman Wagon Factory Keeps Surreys Buggies Horses c for limo Every accomo dation given Your patronage solicit tadB 1 MOll1LD AND I OHIO RAILROAD THE POPULAR LINE FOR St Looli Chicago Si Paul Omaha Kan pefaatl1r Ileans Mobile lllrmlngham Nash vllle ChattanoogA Montgomery fiomag vllle Atlanta Auguitn Charleston 8a vaBDih Jaekioavllle Tampa Port TamI pa Miami and Ml points in the South eait IEltgant Veslibultd First Claps Coaches with smoking room and complete toilet rooms wad lavatories for ladles and gen chargedoVertlhuled Palace Sleeping Cars with Drawing Room and Outlet between Si Louis nd Mobile New Urleant Mont gomery Ttioinasvllle end Jacksonville FU E D BLAIR 1rnllnc1llIIlDltI Agent lfcktoplTpa 1+ x tTWO COHVCHtfOHS J The Democratic State Executive Cow mitteo at l lulkfort called fioparato con ventions to select delegates to the Kan IllS City convention and to nominate a candidate for governor The former will be held in Louisville on Juno I14I and tho latter in Lexington on July 19 openfori ic tickets regardless of past party afllll atlon Tho delegates to the Lout+ v111 j convention will be selected at unty mats conventions while throw to the gubernatorial convention in Lexington will be selected by means of pivclnct j and then county conventions sad Me lHttotliII There seems tobe sokntlllo Imii forI the recotninendution which a number St Louis doctors have made to tin St Louis Board of Health that the muiui to hatching lands of St IAJUIS bo cover ed with a thin film of kerosene at this season as a precaution against inaluria These physicians accept tho growing theory eciticgurHi whiw Jpros in the blood causes tnuhinit w in troducd there by tliffHting of n and quite ItllmtdwJands are covered in which aliONluiturr of oil tho insect will bo killed j I When the mosquito theory of tin uri gin of malaria way broached1 sonic years ago little heed way given tracers nr thewho readily accept 11 new view iluring the past year however tho theory IIij become it doctrino and new ln +tiKn Lions continue to confirm it j A Life null Death Straggle j i Mr W A Hints of Manchester la i writing of hu nltnortt miraculous roenpe jI from death ays Exposnn after measles induced serious lung trouble i which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages told ooaKlnd night cud day All my doctor ull west soon die Then I began to QW Dr i Kings New Discovery which wholly once me Hundreds lingo used it un my advice and all any it never falls ttHurt 1ltlgnlar1 I 11 Sent by tiprtrt eherV Mid for tilll- Ian 1111104 2att 1 orrwI t 1 Iluckier jjMIUcd ink zcuC iaab ImlOJina Std 2cna rat IUUtuti Ladies heeds cat 1011 Tho liCHt toed Intellectual Thought toto ualcee bloke Intelligently In thin limo and rumor of greatest thinking And best I food I1l1wIpipeIj i important political iwues dally growing Important Intelligent understanding of policy ofa nation great political1 party Iii ntrlbing to abe desired and U li dillY of every cltlten to thoroughly Inform liimiclf on In greatest of newspapers telegraph cable newt aertlco noel that of nclIflllll1uthenIpolhlullarlIudates discussed Now U time to subscribe but medium of keeping in SemiWellklworthy of attention publics Sunday Magazine It U replnle each issue with twit of special articles written best of literary talent eauUful halt illuAtratlons have already mule It famou their quality ptellnetlIattraction illustrated nod enlarged upon In manner equal maga Events of current interest forth In uaertalnlnr style There Is In plllN benefit I arIseethed The Republics Sunday Mag tandrdIj The utorlptlon price of Semi I I HeIboth paptrs being offered ToIrourtlwiKEIUDLIO St Louis I Fur SaleAs hood HwH farts there Lt in Wwtorn Kentucky D III ItxMiw I 1 a- i r- I s HomesIAccept no substitute I Insist on LION COFFEE in lib pkgs t These irticlw mailed FKFJi in exchange for 116n hctal 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I1IItthe and IPor1 I ItfOWIitLr- IMPORTANT tIaTICE Srwhen writing for prtmlttm send orpadcaregroccertorlargeIllustroted WOOLSON SPICE DOIITol Ohio 4fe q tJII u r