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M j I v J C J4 ay J ttI JJr i J x- I 0 I I y rffflHICKMJN t 1 COURIER 1 OLDEST NEWSPAPER STERN KENTUCKY j ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKM AN FULTON COUflBk lIT JUNE 8 1900 VOL XXXV NO 28 A Class Love Gift Lust Friday afternoon ut four oclock tho homo of Mrs Allco Amborg was the eccno of a pretty and effecting ceremony when Miss Mercers entire muslo class met in a lady to do homage to their much loved teacher Asa token of their love and appreciation they carried with them a beautiful ring sot with six small diamonds und three rubies their owuill offering which was presented in n nov el manner Unable to decide which should bo tho favored ono to hold the ilhouldholdstreamers of narrow ribbon as there were pupils worn iittnchod to the ring and each pupil held ono while all pro seated it together There were no set WM ochcs but tact and every pupil had Nomothing f say and It was an occasion presentMien if enjoyedby DEWEYS POSITION lls let tile Presidential XemlHatlen I stand tonight where 1 did when I tuado my first announcement I stated then that if tho American people waut mo for this high office I shall bo only too willing to serve them I only made this announcement after most careful consideration and after I had been carncUy solicited to do so by proml 7raj ++ t men In tho Democratic party Au effort ban been made to show that I an seInrywiHiuguoiai to accept the fI 64Ncfl wtfiwut consultation with men wiwr MMHbtood thu political situation 4td wHboBt pcrloas thought but M I kr 4a4ed this u absolutely without 4 fuiwtlMtiontIt Always bieu my ambition to MNTvatke country in whatever itdenlnv tiwd I say again if the people want mo MM pToaldcucy am willing to com + with their wishes lfVaw itatamenU must not bo inter telI to mean that the Admiral has idea of again impressing Ida can cy upon tho country Tho Admiral j not propose to engage in any scram tor tin presidency Ho has repeat r declared that ho toI a sailor and not a+ Mu Arolllj + cJiltTcQ hU MMKMMComcnr Wart uuul plainly del OnfirAted tutu fact Ho In merely at thu service of the pea plus ready for our duty to which ho mllYI bo called Tho Admiral will TiMt Co InmbuH Grand Rapldi and Detroit anti upon his return ho will go to Newport for abriofitay The Tree Barber Nhep First I will say that I need your patronage SucondBecauHo I am prepared to do your work ThirdIkea use I nm literal with you FourthYou will always find me ready and willing to do your work with llaxorn sharp and towelsl clean A neater shop cannot bo tenIn hick man A L JIOOKINOI A LONDON cable nays Every effort will bo mado to capture President Kruger but tho government olUciali are inclined to believe ho will manage to got into Portugese territory where tho Dritkh will bo unable to touch him The belief that President Krnger will manage to OHcapo to Portugese terri tory is unite general Tho British know an elephant when they see him I Old tflHHOHB At Fortress Monroo and various other fortfl and arsenals throughout tho United States arc an enormous quantity of I antique and obscluta cannon columbi nds and howitzers mortar shells and other projectUps gun carriage and equipment which tho Secretary of War is authorized to loan or give to soldiers monument associations municipal cor orationa and pasts of the Grand Army of tho Republic under en act passed in 1800 by Congress Some of these guns are very old and all nro more or Iloss or namental but they are otherwise worth- It 4H except for old iron LAST fall I sprainedyloft hip while handling some heavy boxes Tho doe tor I called on that said it was a slight sprain and would soon be well but f grew worse nUll tho doctor thou said had rhcnnifittsu It continued to get worso and I could hardly got around to work I went to n drug storo and tho druggist recommended mo fo try Chant berlains Pain Balm 1 tried it and ono half of a 60cout bottle cured mo entirely I now resouimoud it to all my I frlcndsPDADCOCK Erie Pa ft is for sale by Cow ill A Cowglll Hick man and A M Shaw State Lino Druggists Marc Htrnycd Strayed from my place G miles north of Oromuisvillo Tone on Saturday June 2nd ono light bay mare with n black main end tail foretop and lot looks cut off has white spot in foreheadi weighs about 1200 pounds and Is about 7 years old I will pay n reward of t500 for infor matlon that will load to her recovery Address all Information to CUB L PuiLuriY Cronansvlllo Tenn Special r tttti June Saleit- 1Veve 1 too many goods tt The season has been late and Summer tibuslncssstill we find too sID the house Then tooa big biwibeea mtt makes remnants odds and ends To clean these out and reduce our holda adImaDY rti JUNE SALE I to continuo tbi andd41 tlii t HII and shall offer prices iis4very epad- melltto iI r attract goods r J 4 t tor MJ MilljneryiJnrit a few Pattern Hats left They were4 9W f900 and 760 JUNE SALE PRICE 498 and 600 i We also have a few tine Hate of our own Trimy ming that were f900 700 and 000 JUNE SALE PRICE 350 to 000 Sailors andStreet Hats that were 2175 to76o JUNE SALE PRICE50u aid 126 Sills Waists jiavo sold lots of Silk Wni t3 this season haveuonlv about a dozen left Wove made priCeloo these to move them Some very fiufl Wi that were S50 and 700 A JUNK SALE PRICE 4 Beauties that were 560 and 500 JUNE SALE PRICE u M3fiO Capesi3i a + hero areome- r Krcatvataeat al1 ewr 04 60 u r t4JM I2CO anil 82o JUN1SALE PRICE126 198310 1 Heavy reductions have been in every to which we your attention to W S HOWS BUSINESS Our reporter sayshe went around town the other day and asked the van ous business men how business was with them Tho answersfollow- Tuilor Sow sow Undertaker Dead kllutoherAll cut U- pntgmnnPic1dnt up- GripptoI cant kick Blacksmith Ucd hot Hatter Going attend Ice man Wanning up Q Doctor Getting butter Blind man Out of sight Shoemaker Pegging along danker Very interesting Coal dealer Outlook black Barber Im Bcraplnglulong Druggist Market Street laborer digng Watchmaker Too muchtick Murdered at Cairo Cairo 111 Juno 9Dr A F Shrador who ran a trading boat from Louisville to points below Memphis was murder ed about 8 oclock yesterday morning by a white boy called Dutchoy whom tho doctor had picked up about Elizabeth town a few days ago Tho doctor nan a houseboat named tho Hcrold of Memphis which ho has stock ed with goods Ho arrived hero about noon yesterday This morning ho and tho lay Dutchy had a quarrel und Shm dor hit tho boy over tho head with an iron skillet The boy took his clothes and left tho taut taking a shotgun with him As he stopped off the boat ho tired theIdoorway his right breast Dutchy fled and was captured twelve miles out In the coun try at noon and brought back to tho city und lodged in ja- ilPublic Notice The firm of Ledford Rogers having boon dissolved Mr J W Rogers Undo Jack desires notice given that ho to gether with Mr Cue Throlkold has bought tho stock of JM Witting and added thereto an immense stock of fresh groceries and that under tho firm name of Rogers Threlkeld thoy will run a general grocery business at tho Witting Stand Clinton street whore Uncle Jack and Ouo will welcome old customers and friends and as many now ones as may bo kind enough to call Wn keep auy and everything in our line rTRUST ERVII It la not at all probable that tho pea plo of this country will be fooW by the crafty tactics of Republican Congress men into bfllloving that an earnest at tempt to restrict or control tho trust evil was contained in tho proposed amendment to tho Constitution provid lug for Congressional authority to de flue regulate control prohibit or dis solve trusts monopolies or combina tions As certain Democratic Congressmen have alreudy pointed out ou the floor cf tho House tho trickery of this bill ia apparent on its face Although tho Ro publicans have been in power four years they have waited until now only six days before tho end of a Congres atonal session to attempt such legisla tion It required a twothirds voto to pass tho bill which tho Republicans could not hope to muster in their own strength This would make it possible to charge tho defeat of the antitrust bill to tho Democrats Tho serious ob jection to tho passage of tune bill lay in the fact that it took away tho power of State antitrust measures without injuring tho trusts rime bunko game attempted m this in stance is onlucutly characteristic of the Republican party in its juggling with the trust issue Tho people aro well aware at this late day just how tho Re publican party stands toward tho trusts It is committed to tho service of monopolistic aggregations ot thesoI Mark Hauua tho loader of tho party IsI tho official tool of the trusts and McKinley is Mark Haniiaa man The campaign expenses of tho Republican party will bo defrayed by tho trusts Tho American people knowing these facts know exactly how hopeless it Is to look for honest antitrust legislation on tho part of Republican legislators St Louis Republic fWhile In Town Call In at E E Reeves S Gos and see his nice lino of Carriages and Buggies Young Mens 17 in Buggies are now out of sight Both young ladles and mar ried lading aro specially invited o k tipgllk Underskirts l 0 Were IOCO aad 1500 ONE SALE RICEJ 3P8 dad 498 t f fiadies Skirts f L I VHVv r r Wove made some heavy cute in fcteee Prices were f750 MCO and WOO Sf lri f lrf JUNE SALE PRICES 37G150 GWA st SilksHERE ARE BARGAINS 3JP X rr0o1UNE vJ- JCcC and GOo Silks fJUNE SALE PRICE L25 31 25 and 100 Silks JUNE SALE PRICE l 50c e 11Wool Challies I worth Wo NE SALE PRIZE 125QA r- 1e Iqaes that mere 20c JUNE SALE PRICE 15c a made Department invite LeP ELLISON POLITICS OF TilE U S SUPREME COURT Utiief Justice Fuller 111 Dem Justice Horace Gray Mass Rep Justice George Shuns Pa Rep Justice Edward D White La Dem Justice R W Peckham N Y Rep Justice John M Harlan Ky Rep Justice David J Brewer Kan Rep Justice Henry B Brown Mich Rep Justice Joseph McKenna Cal Rep Tho five judges named first above de cided that the United States Courts had no jurisdiction in the Kentucky gov ernorship case Tho four last named dissented but were not wholly agreed among thom selves and tho opinions of two of these traced to a conclusion were favorable to Rockhaui Use Issue Settled Tho democratic party has united up on ono important issue for the coming campaign Trusts of all descriptions will be denounced and will bo made ono of the paramount issues At a caucus it was decided to vote for any antitrust legislation which the re publicans may present providing more radical measures cannot be substituted Tho constitutional amendment reported by the committee on judiciary does not meet with favor among tho Demo crate Tho party will voto for tho Ray antitrust bill providing the Terry sub stitute is defeated Sheen Mhcep Sold by J W Hartlii Jr To Ben Herring 100 L 0 Maddox 60 E G Maddox 31 Leonora Mad dox 20 J D Alexander 20 T O Ber ry18 J D Jones 15 JII Jones 15j sam Linder 16 Atkins Whipple 12 J M Honeycntt 10 John Colwell 10 Charley Rice 8 i R T Pruett 0 Uncle Bill Hutchinson 6 Total 835 I havo now on nand 300 head and can supply any one wanting sheep Jut ordered another carload to be delivered at once So comb and get what you want and pay for them when you thresh your wheat if you havent the money now Anyone wanting to sell Shropshire down south Down or Cots wool Duck lot me know and I will place them for you as the demand is good here J W MARTIN JR a Woodland Mills Tenn T O UOT Heckkam to Marry Judging from the recent r o portsI which como pretty straight a wedding will occur in which Kentuckys gallant young governor and one of Owensboros most charming and accomplished young society women will ho the pnncpals No exact dates MO given but the hap py ovent 13 sure to take place in theI very near future lie Bets OB Bryan JIIS1 Keene the king of WaR street and onVof the most farseeing and successful speculators in America has wa gered f7500 against 10000 that Bryan will be the next president Mr Keeno was a McKinley supporter in 1890 and contributed W0000 to the Ohioans campaign lund Mr Keeno evidently takes his cue from the fact that Demo crats in New York of every hue and kind are uniting solidly A Republican Row The Republicans of Graves county although greatly in the minority per sist in their factional tight Thoy strug gle for tho supremacy ot their faction ns persistently ns though they expected to carry tho county Instead of trying to strengthen their party by concessions they have wrangled over spoils and have fought each other so desperately that they have split their party wide open On the 15th of this month after the Happy wing bad elected R D Hap py county chairman the Mason Cooley wing met organized and elected Capt S W Cooley chairman Mavfleld Mon itor Liberty and Law Why with our anti expansionist views do we favor a conservative plat form on tho question Because what ever ones opinion of tho annexation of the Philippines wo must realize that whats douos done Tho fatal mistake has been made The crime of aggression and land conquest committed Do mocracy is not responsible for it but we must know in our hearts that tho quesI tion of retention of tho Philippines is really remote Nothing short of a great popular uprising of the people against retention would bring about their abso lute surrenderand thero is no evidence ot such uprising though nine tenths of the American people are sorry that we annexed them and wish we could find an honorable way to get out Four Candidates Gen Jo Lewis HOB W L Smitk Judge Jas D Black and pre GOT Beckham are casdklatea for the Dew r ocmtk Boalaatie for Governor G LewteteabORt 10 WO Tote stronger tlwuu either of the othen DuttMHwwf tho MO somo of them will get tip ar t and split somo more fCOUNTY CONVENTION I Deeeiittdtiti PurRwant to cell of State Committee the Democratic ToWwof Fultonl bounty eligible undersell Uto participate la the party eouaseltf are 0 r hereby Called to meet inBwfe ee ve4 j t ion at the court hawse in Hickawaoa Saturday June 9 a4 2 rfelock p m fe jselect delegates to tIN State Coaveatlib at Louisville on June it vi ClUB ALKXAJJDBB Ohsaai V For Campaign PiarpofeittI The U S Senate has appointed a committee to investigate the dteftaa chteement of the negro in the SootherStates Of coarse this is only for campaign purposes bat the negroes artist be rowed tip as to their outrageous treatment The negro Is treated BO worse now thIn la the past bat tbePreaidea tial earapaigB is en and that ia Wu rl81g gerlm o woodpile After the eMr tioB all such clatter will cease 4 TIlE ANTITRUST tirLAj The antitrBBtbill aaeatUag the Slier r maa aatitraatUw weat through Ati HOMO with a rub Every mssarliec however knows that the Sea4e will t f not act upon it this seseloa wit by good fortune get through the Senate next winter whfchnfaaot pNtebta it t maybe of some beaelt thcwgh It bf ano means exhausts thq power of COM Sgross in regulating traeta Most of ttUT big industrial treats are tacit protecte wad obtain their stnagtb front Coi te atonal 1legiftlatioa Wipe out UHrfi b I factious and fair ca eUlioaI r aM Mi I pliaai M + w Arn= Itr That Kentucky Campaign or The Ballot and The People in The Goo belTaylor Contest Tho book was compiled by Hughes Schaefer WILJllamas three wellknown and able news paper men of Louisville A brief re view of the book reveals the tact that in dealing with the memorable contest it is done from an unbiased and non perti san standpoint giving in a brief and concise manner all important details forming a reliable history of the entire campaign from tho enactment of tho Goebel election law to tho action of the United States Supreme Court LOOTING MADE EASY Continued investigation of the methods prevailing in the conduct of the Cuban Department of Posts develops more plainly than over the fact that the Havana scandal of official corruption was made possible by an Inexcusably lax system which offered a premium on dishonestyThe pity of this is that the United States Government is on trial before tho world in a peculiar degree in its administration ot Cuban Porto Rican and Philippine affairs Toward the Cubans we are in honor bo and to fair dealings that shall bring their is land in the best condition possible toIthe time when they shall be allowed to establish an independent government of Toward Porto Rico wo are equally bound by virtue of tho glad confldence reposed in American faith as that faith was pledged to her people at tho time of General Miless invasion of tho island A wise and honest administration of Philippine affairs is demanded by sheer duty tho duty of a great and free peo ple to n weaker race whom wo have seen fit to subject to our rule against their will Tins is Minister Wua explanation of tho Boxers According to tho Chinese papers tho organization is called Yo Ho Chaun which signifies righteousness harmony and fists Tho combination apparently means tho development of physical strength in the interests of har mony and righteousness It is a sort of church militant but tho order is en tirely now to me It appcarsto me to be merely a local disturbance which does not involve any broad International question If somot f your Indians after a ghost dance should go on the war path it might bo necessary to protect the settled neighborhood including possibly somo foreigners but that would not In I volvo the integrity of your government in any way So 1 do not expect that the riots can be mado tho pretext for any attack upon the Chinese sovereignty 9w N I J t II- It Ii I i t II f I The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher ICEMAN KENTUCKY E e e e e s E e e e r I CURRENT TOPICS New York cloth examluers dcinnnd e1 H week New York pipe calkeri get S3 for eight hours Georgia and Alabama have fine t wheat crops The population of Oklahoma fia sun hing over 460000 A contract Is to bf lot soon for n 20 000 spindly cotton mill at Columbus I Ga Mrs Wm Xelll of Augusta Gnha s a mockingbird which she has taught totalkA war Is on in Chattanooga and prices have been cut fifty cents a barrelIGrasshoppers ore playing havoc with the cotton crop in the MisS sippi delta On the 110 square miles of Londons1 area it is said 1000 tons of soot set ties yearly 1 The Chattanooga opera house Ss to S bo remodeled and made n grond f floor theater There are 30000 more exhibitors at the present Paris fair than there were in 1SS- 9Portland is the largest prison In England Nearly 2000 convicts are located there wipedNcut In eight years the remaining total 712000000 rubles has been paid off Nine important British steamship J companies earned in 1SOO a net profit of 4060000 against 4743000 in i 1608 Henry James the novelist has L n turnee4 mountain climber nnd will try his JPwesE this summer In the Swiss J t F AI r mtulns are being raised in Aus X iI trafln for their webs which nre bein 1r M lIt In making threads for war bal JoonsT itvj i A 111 U riI ti1 If r II I Juu 13 tea er the name of- I ftSimkopigs were introduced into the the natives it is said I Ihavecome to regard human food as second best into1rdukes marquises earls viscounts and j barons nnd the spiritual peerage into archbishops and bishops A Russian count and a French f prince are among the prisoners captured by the British and now enjoy fI ing the sea air of St Helena A loose nominated for i t1 presidency by the populists r City iis 42 years oldtwor11ChnrJes than Mr Bryan He was II Michigan and all his fore both sides were repub i licansDuring J i toi1 1tothe project for the erection of a t 41 church in commemoration of the lib tot oration of the serfs nearly forty p years ago Only halt the money has t as yet been collected From Manila to Australia is like down n river for one is out of J JROlng of land only two days The lasts twentyone dnys but the iIii is through the South Sea I resemIr imgibmtlonirthe French authorities controlling I conI J bnoJI I i Americas desire to eliminate Sunday I games the sports which were sched yuled to behln Sunday July 15 will1 Instead comm wce Saturday July 14 i the great French national holiday tJIii Llinncl will continue on the following F Tuesday and Thursday The finals In which Americana are entered will1 J be put ahead and the games will con r possibleII J Two persons named William MoKIn ley nre on Uncle Sams payroil One draws a salary of 4100 a month as president and the other 100 a monthI as engineer in the Louisville custom1 house There are fortyeight Bryan and three of them were christened I William There used to be two Grover Cleveland in the public service butt there is only one now He is assistant i agencyit Adm Sampson is much annoyed by l requests for autographs Though l these nro not as numerous as they 1pwere just after the war they still r average some fiftya week The vail of Damascus is reported to 1 i have discovered the remains of a it fbrary which escaped annihilation at the hands of Tamerlane when Damns j f 901tAbdurrhman Kahn the ameer of 11 + Afghanistan t who is now trying tc pet more money by playing the Rus inns off against the English Is al ready receiving from the latter pea 9Dle91000000 A year 1 1 f h v f r 3 A POSSE OMITATUS1 Citizens of St Souls Are Guarding the Street Railway Lines six Hundred Special Uepnllr Were Akklicnrd to Hulr and Three llumlrrw llol l In Mmrrvc Sulipornnelnpr Krpt Up St Lout June 2tregarfls riot ofEon the St Louts Transit system yrs terdny was one of the most unevent fill since the employes want out only one nnmo being added to thu list of casualties that of Olllcer Crane who died ot wounds received the day be fore The swearing In of the posse coml latus Is progressing smoothly Near ly 300 men have been secured Wlln loOO mtn have bttn sworn In the fume will be organized ns a regiment and if tin 8J 0 celled for are sworn rill two regiments will bo organized Men of known military qualification have hell Delected to drill and com mnud the various companies St LouK Tame 4 n riot of small proportion during the progress of which ii boy WHS fatally shot and a dynamite explosion marred what would helm otherwise been on un eventful Sabbath As a ear on the Tower Grove line of the St Louis Transit Co was passing the curter of 12th and Calhoun streets n crowd of strike sympathizers begun throwing rocks at It An unknown man leaned from one of the wjnuows of the car and fired n shot from a revolver to ward the unruly crowd The bullet spoil over the heads of the mob and 1founel lodgment In the broom of Peter Frank a iCyenrold toy who was sitting In the doorway of hla fathers house an interested spectator of time demonstration A detachment of po lice disperse the rioters anti carried young Frank to the city hospital The physicians say the wound will prove fatal At n late hour in the afternoon nn explosion of dynamite shuttered the cable conduits and switches on the Olive street line at the intersection of Maryland mid lioyle avenues No one was injured but traffic on that end ofoOl line had to be suspended There Is no clew to the perpetrators More than the usual quota of police was furnished for the protection of passenger and crews and as n result the number of cars on the various Hues of the Transit Co was material Jly increase At iJ oclock in the morning the nucieus of the first regiment of spe Fohlgmoos geese c mUatutc consisting of 70 corn pemlia f 60 ltLlj eoehy I 1 h llllftitrmfi Uie rent nttn1i1e of the street par patroUngat the various power houses and car sheds The present intention of the police cnmnilMftloners is not to detail any of thlu force to ride upon the street earn Shell of the posse an are powerhouseswhere danger in imminent will lot hold In reserve at the different station houses St Louis June LThe+ citizen members of the posse comltutus hind their first experience with native service Monday when several companies were armed and assigned for guard duty at the Park avenue 1 llnnt ere avenue nud Southern eleotrlo power houses of the Transit com pany While on guard duty the mum hers of this sheriffs posse will be dlKcipllneihoJlcreserve nt the different police sta providedforthe men will eat nail sleep whet ro1T duty Only eight policemen will be sent out to guard the cars The work of summoning and Hwenring in nddl th and deputies was continued Mon dayAll but two or three of the dil visions of the Transit companys sys tem are operating cars Monday The Interference with passengers In some sections of the city by strike oympa tthlzerx is becoming serious Pas nlongSouthassaulted with sticks stones and fists Several women have been brutally beaten and their clothing almost torn off In every instance the police have rescued the victims St Louis tune LTheodore Mo bythinshot while repairing wires Wound not serious Last night tin accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of John A her neo a member of the posse con ltatu theIode streets nontman won the ankle nll1putl1tlOI1gents home IK in Medina O Cltrk Proud MiinlrrviJ Springfield Mo Juno LAt Kl1 wood Station near here Charles Payne aged 24 clerk in n general store was found dead in bed in limo rear of the store He had been shot In the head apparently by a bur glare New Vr rr Klecirlclty Berlin llIn05An important din covery his been made at tin Hygienic WnrzIJIIlgthatbaeterluI I C elkLric p r14 I DEATH FROM THE PLAGUE A Clitnniiinit in Snii IrnncUou pc cunili After One Uarts Illuci A Strict QunniBtlnr San Francisco June Shealth Of tficer OBrien timid Bacteriologist lie logg have reported that thin case of a Chinese who died on Saturday aft one days illness was undoubtedly one of the bubonic plague At th time of the autopsy the hotly wm already beginning to turn black Certain glands hind been rumovtdI from the body it is said by ph III chill II l1gnJlcdl by the Chinese The health officer has been luutruoted i o quarantine the persons amid lalmra toriiH of these doctors Temporary quarters will be established on Angel island tuituciontly large to ncuomm date 5000 Chinese The street camMI through Chinatown Is to be steppe und all ermItH to pass through tin quaranttnu lines are to IMS revoked1j Dr Ktnyoun the federal health n f piginoculated H dead No new ensue have been re ported OTIS ALLOWED TO LAND t fIlroiiKlit Anuiiri U n Nlrnmrr lur- nl liril II ten Slinftrr Xol a Jlllllury llrvr it lun Son Francisco June 5After five Boys In ijunrautlnu at Augul InlandI Moj Oem 1C S Otis who arrived hint WcdnoMlny from Manila wax nllout- to loath Several eases o smallpox o board the transport Monde wore t1 cnuKe of the quarantine and 6iOtis and nil on board hud to suborn to ncclnntion Gen Otis was brought over frgra Angel island on u special steamer Itir ntKtied by nell Shutter who wont te meet the returning general nQcom panleil by Surgeon Maj Arthur an Copt Wilson The patty was driven to time OClllcntnJ1lOtol where hem Otis spout some time in receiving callers and preparing for hln deiurt url east It had been decide to ti Natty Den Otis here with full ml pry honors but for sumac reason le I ceremony was omitted LAND FOR SETTLERS 1 oJ About Ttvu Mllllun four llaudrrtl Tliauoniil Acr Will Soon Hr TUroivH prnIII Washington June SA oonferonci agreement was readied on a Mlj vliich will ojHJii to settlement nlxjuIt 2400000 acres of public nail Set utor tilioup of Idnbu originally imr T posed the bill opening to vttlcmcnt the old Ft Hall Idaho military rt OOi1altlRi j1aopeningw + h tni1 nt i ff dftlhUIII- t Thijeoiirerrncc has covered nw r weoKH and has been vorj stnbbor but as agreed upon the lands will u oK ned OK slated Time Indians firmt receive allotments of Oklahoma IUnd of ICO acres each with 4SOOOO rte Ito bo held In common by them Jkr balanee of i000000 acres being olH8to hoineHtuad settlers for ilio jracre NOT EXORBITANT Col Martin StTCrMitlntAriu e t iiir Drmocrnllo Cunvrnllon Nnj- nllulrl tlinrac Are UunI KanttaH City MoH June V Col John I Martin sergonntatarm ofr the democratic national convention has arrived here and will ontat lih Jlttnna II tin t hoadqunrters SHt kinK of the charge that local hotelkfi prr nre making exorbitant char fa for the domoarntlo national convention Col Martin said wAdhlJrJlOfelIns Citys motels are entitled to charge that rate Thu subcommittee of time notionalI1 committee will meet bore on Tliuri tiny June 14 to consider among utter mnttcrs the question of hotel Mirs fTonfpmiril to KllllUK IIU llruthrr Columbia S c June Lbale Glo son has been urrustod for time monk r of his brother Perry and IUIH eonfriui ed Last Thursdny Perry did not return home Jule explained hiabsence by saying lie hind gone on s tri I across the rher rule killed his broth er pad hid the body In the wood nk Tho following tiny he moved it in a cart to nn adjoining plantation timer burying it in n field The hotly wns found nail the young than nrrVntod1 Time cause of the trouble between tilt brothers is not yet made known Strikers Report fur Out BulTnlo X YM Juno S Bctwoon 2000 and 3SOO car ropafrera yardmen and freight handlers of time Erie Lo high Valley TAioknuiinna A Woatern i and Now York IennHylvHnia roll roads who quit work six weeks ago hadbeenI fore long nil of thu strikers will ht st work again With the exception of tIll freight handlers most of the meni receive an Increase of pay DyliiU Cfitnitcrreltrr CUIIIII plMasseyfeting from cancer of tho face hUH turned over to hlx attendant n com plete silver counterfeiting outfit and1 several half dollars of nmanufactureHnuar Worker Taken Hark New York T ofthenrinunsugar Interests between t00 and COO sugar workers will be token to work in the inJlroolilyn I Ir g MOVING ON PRETORIA Lord Roberts Forces Are Converge tlagin Six Columns rIrrldnt Kruurr lln CrcntrU s llra Hrcrinar Kllitbt 15SYltb All tilt Hold hoodoo Junes SOf olllolal intelll jjiiieo rogardlng what is transpiringr uiitnlde Irutoriu there la little or nothing Lord Itobertn Iis silent NrverthislesH by piecing together itiiim from various correspondt nt8 1It ould seem that Lord Koburtn Inmate ilUteI tinny lit till employed north ofr Jolianncsburg except one brigade + which Is ut loluuinoBburg and thatt kix columns are converging on IreUllu An undated news agency message from Pretoria via Laurence Marques VIVHI Irotorln U now Invested by tin British No ruxlstancv will bo of h reel The city will be surrendered1 iy the burgoinnator as soon us a for nan donmtul IH mad This message purports to coon in riphcr PnJHJdont Krugar commands tlio tulugtaph mMtwnrd from PretoHa mud ttlegraphle nvwn from t butIl the messengers noBjmp oorre oned1 fro on rauwny intent to nr ringRn ruHlH eaplhalclown to n thilttlmeIen nrdinir KourccH iiiAtlon the military lenders had quite rrcovorwl trout time jwinli anti had c1e Iiriinlnoil to intend time town Ono n MMigo wbloh U datwl June 1 soya tI i burghersdj I ore tarifvrttl outttldo A great Atur count 1ril of pimernln hoe Jwit conclurtml It Illtonitliina Tilt dowlrion as to Uie tiiiure roitttary couiMt linn not bees ot DCemmellt8ixnthur ll pntoh brought to Lou OfIQ Mnrqu n liy intmiiiRcr and dnt nI nt Protorla FrJihiy at inlditlght toys The war eoMurll asmuneH the powers of this government Its mum I n+ dcolarn that tIll Mpltalmay Mill1 wectowfully defoniltnL Use com nuinder dtnilarwl With the kelp o f udI the hottr wIn stilt MIIIO whim 11Ircout Ilrltaln wIll acknowledge tlto iiilflKnidouif of Ute two reirabHca I trtftiieiMliMW etMHge will yet cam aftnsalbxoGen JtlorryaaMl1 that 1rvterla tootkl be defondMl to the wtHHintI T ling Thtro IM every atauioc tlwt Re will yet gnat the ciifiny out of tie lmtr I 1 nWt u r 1e1 lIffo hreoranger ngalnm him on account of what U now called lIlt HiinvooMary flight and bccaiwc he and Hit oDidah took all the gold and left their MtbordlI nnlq unpahl The latest plslsEOI o jHtbllo opinion lu a luarveiouN resinsI Of cdurage Prom I Hreneo Murquea eomw n dtaptitoh dated Juno 4 saying MIt tU known that sonic great Ilrltlali must mont In In progress nutalde of 1 t9r1n The mystrrlous Jnooment ut Proolitent Krugorn seoroinry and phyntotan mrtioulnily their visit to the Dutch worship Friefclnnd which in the harlmr here have aroused Mia lirerexpected ilie correspondents with Gen lnn die continue to point ottt the lianl nova of time fight of last Tuesday hut thny believe that It will be the Ins run resistance Coil Lloyd was thriae wounded Drummer Hayjies while aiding Coll Lloyd was lilt In the hunti which was1 resting near the colonel a heart Maseru HaNtitoland Friday Tune I 1Gen llrnbnnt horses lures beerI the subjects of several small capture LieutrIlundle with 20 men while searchingr a farm house In the Flokuburg dim riot were captured Two of time men were wounded Lieut lies and two men were oapturid while command ering Another patrol of time Itonler horse numbering SO men while pur suing A small pearly of Hoers Verbt capturedpCount OleUohen Kent 10 men of theI Provincial horse tinder Lleit Itowker with a flag of true to Soneknl to de rand the surrender of tilt place The Hours captured time entire party nnd after robbing time men of nil hut their clothing sent thorn to Urcdo hence some of them inanngod to escape Most of tthose who Nuocccdcd In eluding their guards however wore recaptured Men onus In llnvnna lluviinu Tulle Slien Maximo do minor aired hero Monday morning He utiK met by representatives of vn rlotis political societies nail tin on thugI0 tle crowd nnd was escort ii to Ids house On passing time pataca- lien Home stood up in his carriage and wilwled Gov Gun Wood who won on the 1balcony AoHro lyncliiMl liy Negroes 5remjhli Jesus June liA report from TutwIl r Miss states thnt a Negro ijnttwn as Hugo Pete was lynch eel tliqre Thursday night by n mob coinpoHOd of Negroes rims Negro had qrfiijinalJy assaulted n colored woman Seer lintel llurnvil llaltlmorc June rUount Holly Inc u mew hotel which wits rapidly approaching completion at Wnlbrook a suburb of JJaltliuorc burned Mon day rmntnlingloeaot S4tOOptJn Burancef tWOOO io I l t- al = p vI FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Suiumnaryof Lriullni lIrntti WnRhlngton May 20Sel1ntcAn ninciidineiit appropriating 3000000 for tin Louisiana purchase exposition to bo held In St Louis In 1U03 Iran added to the sundry civil appropria Ito bill on condition that f10000000 In addition be raised by the exposi floe authorities Time Teller resolu Iota expressing sympathy for the Hours was roforred to the committee on foreign relations by a vote of 40 to261101l8eIho conference report on time post office appropriation bill was agreed to It carried B1WOOO for pneumatic tutu xonlce The bill now goes to limn JJrtslllol1tIWashington May t0SenateNot in session House An uusuerewitul HTort was ruJlo1Itlonr+ Onii ninety private pension bums wer+ paused VliKhlngton May U8tllntnTIII sundry civil npproprlutlon bill vyns JH11f1ttl It cnrrhH an a p ire elntimt of 9000000 for time Jiouuliimt pur hose xpoettlou to be hold In S1 louls lii ID1t1 tied 9x00000 for till toginning of time work on the nutnorlnl bridge bitwo+ n Vtinhtiiglon mid Ar llniftiin eomutvry to be ontctod1 In memory of the dead of both the union IlroJeltIshoat 1 OOOO UOIIHO Tlin entire MtMton was revolutionl1 ttii proposing n conmltutlonnl amend ment to hedge In congress the power to define rvgiilntu control prohibit or illimolvo triiMtk inonopollc or com blllHtloHK VHnliliifrton tuna JSCnC1teIho billrwas IJIItNll neu making Urn Miles nail nil of the fu turn vommnndors llruten not grtUII and trueorbin a inn for general Connldrrntlou of time InNt of the nppropriatlnn bllln the general dofleionc was lbegun but wets not lOI1lIlcotlOtl HUMP T1ii Joint resolution pro HiHlag n ronsUtuttonal nmviidmmtt tpowrrhll vongrem to regulate trots items drfrntctl It require n two thlnl ruts under thin oonitltn tins to adopt nn aniMidmrnt to ham coimttlutloii Tim vote stood ayes Ji4 says 131 Thu bllli to ratify the trrallea made 11ty thin pawns ronmiU sign with tot ChC and Crock hr dtans Itrr pasatdl WunhlnfrtOD Jun 2natfO11flat of Ihe appropriation bills time irotioral dffldvHey wan jmimnl nn was also thin rxtrrgutmry rlvrr and harbor lull provklliMr for numfrnuii urriyw and Jar rrrUiiti other publf ami the Idill providing for tilt rxtrodV Unit of JOII who hare rommltted pertain rriiHtm In fubn fans thin Hhlt tnl iltatiHi to the wtatul Ti till pro lids that the nllogvd rrliHiiMl lsalll IK fHiHiithml mistier the lawn of rub us dmlHltttrwI by Cutaii roerta lrl11ISxvtiH I liy the dexiuornts IMJ an to mixCtfIt fnIn time provMmiN of the anddI puarrtlr + ntq tJlirfynln sing OKlt- f PIt It Wfwhlngton June 4 Sciint The Hat WHK In MnMtnu stern than ten hnuni H arly four hears of which avert gpext tit it rntittf MMwtmi The tJllII byIrbyMrMdorMllon for the UtMtlit Mil iHMwoU Ihay time IIAHM lent Snttmlay lhe romalndor of time Mwrfoit was nan COtItfot1 iH Hor rlsert5xrra on thee e lcHdar Home Thr srante nmondment to upfsalt jHirohano exposition at St Imlll in 1MU was nfrrewl tom alun tile dU ColunrimtefJrCtl111entMln still In ilUpute betwfon the twot I thtI JoHrmnen on WednojMlny HAVE REACHED MANILA The Ihlllpplnf umtnlwloners tiny asnl Itenelieil TUelr lr ll- iiMtlon All lleliiK AVrll Manila June LThe Inlletl Stairs tninnjiort Hancock front San Four oikco April 17 arrived here Sun day morning with the members of mime Iliillppfiii oonimlMion Tlio membcrx of lieu MneArthurs ntnlT welcomed the ciiiiunlMtlonor on board time llama cock At noon time eon nl loiier landed and throat to the palace itcorted by Gen MaeArtiinrs stall a baud anti two aouipniiliw of the 20th infantry with arUtlory At tho pnlave time commlMtlonom wero welcomed by Item MncArtlnir In n short and forceful nddros After Judge William H Taft president of the uomiiilKulon hind replied time rear mlsfllonent returned to time llnncoek theyhaveDuring the morning the member of tne Filipino nuprvmu Court tilt lo cal editors and many of the hmdlng lUDrnhauts repulrul to time transport vhoro they conversed with the roar iiilwdoners Hoar Adm Homy in coma maud ofthe United States navalI forces on time Ahlutta Ktntlon called odlclully during thu afternoon The fmnayof Judgo Taft will remain for i p thlothClrI theism ieriniiit Sugar Trust Mndgiibiirg Juno 3As the Ger man sugar trust IKIH started opera lions the rvfln era have wit hdra + n ull their offers iron the ninrkets Tlioru will be no further wiles for twelve days then the trust will its time prices for hone trade llolilierii Sentence oiiiiiuilnl WiiHliIngton lone 3Iho president has cominiited to ten yours this lift sitnttiice of JufTersoii Ilnrrlnon for robbing a null ear in Alabama in 1S9S and tiirentjiiilntf to kill time postal clerkl I AS J YiItfM r e5 Better BloodV i Better Health tt dont feel well today you can h bimsdeto feel better by making ti better bloods Sarsaparilla Iii therest I pure blood maker fhd is how itcareathat tired feeling pimple sores wit rheum y scrofula and catarrh Get a bottle of thli+ great medicine and begin taking it at once and we how quickly it will bring your blood f up to the Good Health point Hoods SxrsmpmriH I Americas Greatest blood Medicine rGAVE SOME POKER ADVICEIlose CoMeillnn Duly Laid Dolt iS 1IU Taller ky Tele phoae There probably have been time when Pn Daly wiu a row centahead in a quirt game of draw but the alley1 steams to bo able to locale them llis iiahdi never yt have become ralluuied dregs 8 ce41uloiJ buttons serums a green sloth11e hat got to used to quietly laying down that any oilier turn of shun liufneadnart afraid would brine about tart falhii UpbhIJleTlo7 says the toiler Hallo My lite telephone girl ft and IIINHlmpteetJ teen aiya he tailor S Da1yiii A I tallerx1Ob it that you Mr Daly 1 didnt rto epic your yoke HI Yt M thetlIelloUt wtU what attru Dalp eullp tihr thetotodoThutitctuSpeak louder wyt Daly e talkrpdaYouret DilyTfcra + r- 1re t two pairsIThty re good a aaya Daly and he bags off 910O Reward ftOO The realm of this paper will be taeto learn that tlitrt least one dNCfed dtieue that sneaee I hat been able to titfein tGtarrlmOdrrbtwlsc1 bCurt I UItlQ the bleed anti mutiusaCUtImtime- s fltlm thereby drtrsytng tea of the dlstiae nc giving the Bent stirstk hiy budding up ime eenitltutlen aerating nature in doing Ut perk TheCproprietor have so much faith in Its ewes 411ollan 1 teed fr It ttesunasmMls OSoWlIpa aamylIRs are the heal a Tke Ult rams teqerM7lQl 1t inJawaeu made to take water Nrrlilm llraW i TU lUWwin CelumLaty 0wrtl a xwMtfMlir gtvc a Tha Iwder tkfep a soy uulng hinds isms softenedkA cloud Mmetlmei rtUon thtw lSktoga1dtyyenuseAlldnraarrrtyulwayscotaa OtlmnO adtilej I f LIKE MANY OTHERS Clara Kopp Wrote for Mr PlnkhamcI- Ie and Tell what II did for Her F DeAn Miu PIXKIIAU I have ocenLso many lottern from ladlaa who worn cured br Lydia E Pinkharaa romcdlci 4 that I thought p would ask vourlulrtrIn regard to suy condition II have fliPntour yean and havo I ll taken dlfforoui pat ent medicines but I received vary little I I ytroubledprache In fact my i whole body aches tf stomach feelsI sore f by spells get short i of breath and ant very nervous Men JJ + struation Iis Tory Irregular with severe bearing down pains cramps and pack noise rtfono to hear 1CLAn1 LockportInd i II think It is my duty to write a f I4dlmHfor ngodoaorlblngyour advice which you very kindly OOQUOtbegin uuoughITake Mrs PinkhnmM advice for a wo lufferlllgsvast experience in treating female mil can give you advice that you can get Iiotpltoltpwrt it yshouldalways Palmers Lotiontti itinofj BURNSI carculuUse I Qoaptonly ow s 1 T J L TTTT I T n LL t 6 l tONFEOERATES ET Heavy Rains Interfere With the t J Reunion at Louisville i I 4 1Weal J 1ii Fealnreia J I IYeeU area J Abandoned s ti LouisvilleI Ky May 31The tenth mnniial reunion of the confcdsratc veicrnnn began at 13 noon In tho splendid new hall erected for tliU cc LoulllvllleArterMayor Weaver and representatives of tho commercial bodies of the city Wei coined the veterans and niter A reo aponte by Gen John II Gordon the bItev1lJulllneHIII lIecI oclocThursdayI The weather has shown no gigp cllnHadownintoMalarlln n ruined by the Htcady downpour which has now continued for theI greater part of threw dnys Nearlyi iItof the outdoor feature of the re union have of necessity been awn r doned Col Iaukwood of Louisiana Intro duce n resolution providing for the erection In Itlchniond Vn of n mon ument to coinincjrorato the sacrifices and loyalty of the women of the Confederacy during the war The resolution Mated that the matter should be placed entirely in tho hand of Gen John B Gorton A resolution was offered by Gen Carr of North Carolina stating that the Confederate ventcrnns recognizedI with friendlyI feeling the recent tit j rcgnrdbljg I 1 Contc ntcotloualtsm In the valor of the American soldier James Dcuklns of Louisiana of feral n resolution urging upon the president of tho United States to name a naval cruiser after Miss Helen I herI1 off beta of tht United Confederate Vet erans were reelected by acclamation Tho election was put through in tea onl time tho whole thing taking 1 ran than one minute The list of officers ds HH follow Gall John II Gordon iJKcncrnl commanding Lieut Gc- nbathe i Hampton army of Northern4 Virginia department Lieut Gen 8 L I lore command iiiKMinnv ot Tenn tar MX depArtment Ilcut ten W L Cn mpluIJlpldrloI Tlie Confederate Veterans were called to order at 10 oclock Friday by Gun Gordon inn 0 A Kvun chairman ot the committee on the Itattlo Abbey lrrs minted the report of the body ho rep r resented Hn said that the success oi a I a yenunitr tlI been anticipated On May SO 1900 the committee hail on hand In castM tasilo good nubKuriptlous received WOS7 making n totalof 134437 lie then rear letters from Churls Uroadway Raise of New York who promised SI00000 In cash tvhcntvc- 1n equal sum thoutd be raised by tic members of the confederacy say ing that he was satisfied of the ful byhImI r drafts upon him whenever th nfonc was needed Louisville Ky Tune 2The tenth annual reunion of the United Confed erate Veterans adjourned ulnr tile nt oC oclock The meeting of 1001 wll I I be held in Memphis Three cities Memphis Jacksonville anti Itiiffqlo were competitors for the honor oft yearflueI 1530 votes Jacksonville 230 hut fnlo 20- There urns o long delmtu just prior to the adjournment an to whether or not there should he n parade Gen 1oyntz commander of the Kentucky nil vision announced that il was theI opinion of the local committees that there should be no parade on account of rain He was greeted with loud1 i cries of No and n vote wax taken with the result that Iit waR decided t I have the parade liter nil tho boa ness of the convention hail been dis posed1 of Capt C W Cornea of Mem phi took the floor rand urged n reconsideration of tho vote by which iit had been decided to hold n parade lie claimed that the weather was suchi that a march In the wet would cer thinly coat some of the veterans their lives and cause others to become ill It pas finally decided that no pa ratio should be held and tho conven lion then adjourned sloe tile subject to the call for the next meeting 1 in Memphis 1 1Oxlelnlly Declared a Iliad Chicago Juno 1The nixround stout botwcen Kid McCoy1 and Tommy Itynn at TattcroaUa last Tuesday F night which Referee Mulachy Hogan awrnled to McCoy at the end of the riilxtli round has now been officially declared s draw The Hot Iud Volcano LaytonvllK Cal May nlho re tmarkablo aotlvlty of the stud vol wino Hf M lure Is attracting much nt tcnthM During1 the violent disturb sumacs Ailmud pours over the Lid d ef the malaturf water 4 J c THE EUROP1AN STATION I It VIII Ht HcKfilatitUlied by Itr Adm HodKem The New Kear arco Will Be the lIMp Washington June 3cBr Adm Frederick Itod ers has been selected to reestablish the European station according to tile general understand ing at the navy department and willI probably fly his pennant from the new battleship Kearsarge In tho Kng dish channel before the end of Au gust At tile final inspection of the battleship the fleet of this week by Adm Itodgcrs this information wns Imparted to the officers of the ship and they were too delighted to keep their good fortune as secret as tb navy department wished for n matt or two at least The choice of the Kearsarge as flagship of the European fleet is re garded as particularly pppropriatc as she will create n good impression concerning tho latest products o American naval ingenuity Including the superimposed turrets and oleo trical auxiliaries Adm Ilodgcrx is nlro regarded an admirably fitted to stationI oaf IIahlps Just before war was declared two years ago nnd on which n American pennant has since been tits played except that of Adm Dcwcy lust your exi cept the Albany which has just bee commUvIoncit English waters have not yet been selected nnd It is pos sible that no others can he sparedI until next fall when the admiral will naturally wlah to cruise into the Mel iterranean Hy that time unless the porte In the meantime pays tho prom fatal missionary Indemnity the com mand will be strengthened until cap OJiHIplay of force THE CANAL BILL It Wni Made Special Order for Neil If etm I on Amended CJenernl De ficiency Kill Tarred Washington Tune 3Soon siter the senate convened Saturday Mr Morgan chairman of the committee- on interoceanlc canals made n re quest that the socnlled HopburnNic anigua canal hill be made the special1 order for consideration nt 2 p m on Monday December 10tho scconrt I Monday of the next session Mr Mor gan wild he realized the Impossibility- of obtaining consideration of the billII at this session lib request tea agreed to When morning business was con eluded tho senate rcunietl consldcr atlon of the general deficiency billI An amendment wax offered by Mr Motpun and agreed to appropriatingI 13508 to rclmburu the Maritime Canal Co of Nicaragua for expendI tures in nil ot the commission uu thnrixed by act of congress Renown as tho Lttdlow coiiiinl nlon for InI spcciion nnd sunry of the Nicai ragua canal An amendment was off fared and otter some discussion tva agreed to to pay an extra montha salary to cmplojcs of the senate DudI house of representatives Atler acv oral minor ninendnicnU unit been unto to the bill it wan reported to the Minatc the amendments agreedI to and the bill paused This Is tho last of the general appropriation I hula RUSSIAN CRUISER VARIAG Oa tier liitlldern Trial Trip Mho De veloped 22 hoot an hour DraftrPhiladelphia June IThe Itusslan cruiser faring which left CrumpI ship yards Tucwhty for her buildersI Trial ut sea returned to this city Sat taty isfactory test The big warship andl her battery were tried out In rier conceivable way and not one t11ta spot wns found in the construction orIIspeed trial the cruiser developed 22 knotx an hour oftout use and the build f11i are confident that she can cove fully 24 knots when put under force J draught The faring will have her official trial in July and will be ready to be placed In commission late in August Plot to Aaaalaate the Sultan Constantinople 31 via Frontlet June 3A plot to assassinate the sul tan WAS discovered Monday last The ministers of war and marine nnd sev ernl high palace functionaries were Fearingoa general uprising if the conspirators were arrested the sultan contented himself with dismissing them from of lice The Bloom Are Jtlarchlntr Parts Tune 3A dispatch to the Petit Jmirnal from Oran says that tho latest Information from South Algiers foreshadows grave events Several thousand armed Moors ore marching to attack tho three chief French stations cf occupation includ Ing Igll The French nro rccnforclhg all three points and strong outposts have been cslnbHHhcd Will InreMtlRnt Hotel Rate St Louis JunelW J Stone chairman of tho committee on ar rnngcmcnts for the national commit tee will visit Kansas Oily to inspect the reconstruction of Convention hall anti Investigate the complaints of cx orbitant hotel rates AVent Virginia UeinocrntB Tarkcrsburg W YnJime 4Time democratic state convention will meet hero at noon next Wednesday to se llect delegates and1 alternates nt large to the Kansas City convention anti to uominata a full state ticket I ji NEELYSSTEALINGSMr to Nearly 100000 t ThU Mora Net Include the Sarcharice Htatemeat Which U t IMOOe Each Da Uznmlaatloa But Adda to the Surprise New York June 4Tim an Inter- VIew Sunday Gar Itooncvclt said Charles F W Xcely who Is 1thnrged with cnibcyllng the postalt II probablJrrd there for Then lloouovclt announced that he had signed extradition papers In tha Xeely ciise and that they were 1m mediately dispatched to the United pmif ably now the panda of the proper authorities Havana June 5toting Director of Pebts Ilriutow inquired as to the amount of postal funds taken by G fF S t teely In May 1899 and nicer tamed that It was 3131295 Nccl monthly average was about 17000 1HlK system of bookkeeping was situ pllclty Iwolf Apparently ho merely divided the amounts received taking onehalf himself und accounting fo otherrThe examination of Kstcs G Itath i bone former director of posts fourIboors lhe tnoxt sturtlinq fact dcvel oiled WWI that on May 26 of lust yea Mr Jtnthhonc ordered Special Leathcrcr anti Sullium to examine the accounts They found n shortage but it was not thought that nnjthlng had gone wrong They reported however that there was no cbec upon the bureau of finance anti they recommended that certain blarek forms be made which would answ c the purpose such as all postmasters use when making their reports to tile department monthly M Moynnrd then chief agent indorsed the recom mcndation and forwarded it to fir Ilothbone Time latter approved 1 and sent it to Auditor Itecvcs win initialed nnd forwarded It to Xeely After he had initialed It instead o putting the scheme Into operation ho quietly pigeonholed it nnd it dieI not see the light until May IS of this year when the plan wns put into effect i Mr Urlstnw lIe is almost sure 11sJamount to something between 80000 and 10000 but that this will not1 touch the Item of surcharge slatellmenu which is 411000 As to howjmany of throe were burned and bets 1 many sold it IH impossible to obtain definite information As many have hull traced It is known J101l1t 1 that all were ifotjlfroillJfecly sold anyttb uhor worth It would not be surprising Mr Ilristow thinks to find them scat tereil all over the worlds Time portal inspectors say it is as tonishlng that a system so rotten could have been concealed beyond the first month Every day only adds to the surprises Lieut Col Burton Mr Tones the special prosecutor and Mr Stevens left last night for the United States Lieut Col Barton expects to meta here in about ten days Hopes are expressed by some of tin local papens that as Gov Roosevelt has slimmed the extradition order n further time will be wasted In bring tug Xeely to trial These journal point out that eels conduct has disgraced Americans hl the eyes ofr Cubans nnd they declare that time Ibellt way for the Americans to redeem themselves Is to bring him to prompt trial Time Cnbano says Cuba IIs not pri manly interested but slue looks toI dokFri ud Is not the monopoly of any nn flan and there is n grout difference between the frauds or the post office and those committed under the Span Inrestigatiis being made with n view of punishing the criminals In former freedThe Americans ore proving themselves more honest than time government which ruled Cuba torOO years Iteevelrreeled Havana June 3A warrant was Issued for the airtrst of former Dep uty Auditor W H Kecveit who wasa lodged in jail his bail being fixed att 1500 It is now believed that Iteeves in Ws nocalled confession only quit half the truth Indeed the tier lay In placing him behind the bars was largely due to the desire of the officials to obtain the remainder of his information regarding Neelys ev olutionsA Important feature relates to an allegation that Xccly gave nnother man l5ono This It true can only be established in the United States and tin inspector will leave HavanaJ shortly to Investigate Ilceves asserts that heavy mortgages were lIrtrd- froln j time property of the accusedI man by funds that could not have been obtained In any other way than through Nccly TrentlenI KxchniiKeit Washington June GUnited States Minister Lord nt IJucuos Ayres car bled time state department that the ratifications of the new treaty of ex trndlton between tho United States nUll the Argentine Republic were ex changed there- lladtliorie Ilookinnkem Arrested Chicago Juno 5Another raid tint treacle on the Hawthorne race track mind six bookmakers were placed1 under tfrreiU Thq tarn were taken before Justice Kendall anti released I on30U bond H J 7- e REVOLTING SCENES Lalt Inpxh Report on flow 1U J0nnd the FatulneSirlekan I f nintrlrt In India fcitM fBombay June 4louis Klopsch of ChristianleerraklHtartd at nitre on n tour ot the font jlaerjtrlcken districts has returned mostjjfrc1l andjRroldnstatement reKa lig his observations otIKvcrywhere I met the most shoek lWnd revolting scenes The famine camps burr been swept uy cholera I1lsmallpox Fugitives scattering in nil directions and stricken In flight serer found dying In the fields arid roadside litchis Time numbers nt one relief station were increasing at titrate of loOOO per day At God horn there were 3000 deaths from cholera within fonr days and at Do lIar 2300 In the same period The hospital death rate at Gcdhcra and Pobnd was 90 per cent Tire condition of the stricken slur ply beggars description Air and Instolerable stench of corpses At Ah medabad the depth rate in the poor Loose was 10 per cent Every day I arne patients placed face to face frorthere was n corpse JJTht thermometer rend 113 in the powereds liartlcntsI cholerarpatientssI iter on ground ihj no cots Otherwise their condl lion was fair fl ran fully verity the reports that vultures dogs nnd jackals are demur-e Indthe deed Dugs have been seen running about with childrens limbs jawsrgovernment Is doing Its best butthp native oflleials are hopelessly aril heartlessly InctllclenU Between the famine plague and cholera the condition of Bombay presidency is now nnLprevious period In tic nineteenth cn fair Whole families have been blot istand there may be something monIsoon Chicago June aIt was announced Saturday that the Chicago India re llif committee has cabled J1000 fetfrting to Lady Curzon wife of tic viceroy to be used in the famine disriet In A letter mailed to Lad y Curzon formerly Mary Lelter of Chicago it is explained that other elite tilled in collecting the amount cabled IISpecialI due Gov Mount of Indiana for bis aUl8talr = 0AwrsYoREIti SOLDiERs Gta MaoArlhnraiakeii a Special Re jiuert for Cavalry and Three I UeBlment Will lie Sent Washington June 2Geu MacAr thur lens asked for more troops in the Philippines and has made a special re quest that only cavalry be sent to him lie also asked that they be regulars In a short time three regiments o r Elrni probable that one will bo taken from Cuba The other two which will go from this country wilt be made up of deteromined upon Spoke While the Iolleemen Slept 4Tworhundred police were sent here Sattlr day evening to suppress a prohibitedI United Irish league meeting called fott Sunday While the police were asleep in time morning about 7 oclock James Christopher Flynn nationalist melt ber of parliament for North Cork t and K Creean member for the Ossory division of Queens county slipped in unobserved addressed a meeting off SOUlu tit town square and burnedI the proclamation prohibiting the meeting The meeting dispersed amid1 cheers as tho police appeared on the scxuc Judgment for IjllUOOn San Francisco Tune 2A judgment for 16000 has been rendered against Frank Van Ness the horseman who nSout tine years ago while handling theirnee horse Morcllo converted the animal to his own use and removed hhn to thin state An action was commenced by the owners J W Sin gerly nnd Louts Lammcrt of Phlla delpbia but during the proceedings the auimal died and a Niiit for 20000 was brought It was shown that Mo rcllo was a valuable horse and the juryi returned n verdict In favor otf the plalatifTs The case will probably be token to time supreme court Will Meet In IlnlelRh Next Year Atlanta Ga June 3 Secretary Royal Daniel of the Cotton Stn es as Rociatlon of the commissioners oli agriculture there announced Satur dqtdmornll1g that the next annualI RuleigtlrQb dnti All southern states will prolt ablys bo represented 11 HciiiRml of 3lnchlnlMln thTladelphIn Tune 4The union machinists of tits city have decided tojheniand of their employers on La bor vdny September 3 that they re duce the hcirs of labor from ten tc nine a day with a minimum of waget of ticents an hour- Commereo1 oC the World Washington June IOf tho 18 000000000 worth of commerce done byfalltthe nations of the world Eng lagts5hnre Is tH3 per cent Germa uys 109 per cent and 07 per cent faljsttothe lot of the United States I y o H I tfK PPJJPIIIIPIIPPPPPPI Mt f n STATE ODDS AND ENDS 4 I 4a CAN DO NOTHING I The Sheriff Unable to Serve the Warrant Calling for the Ar meat of W S Taylor Frankfort Ky June 2TJle issu ance of K bench warrant for the nr rest of W S Taylor was the first of ficial notice that nn indictment had been returned naming Mr Taylor aa an accessory to the murder of Will lam Gocb l It had been rumored for weeks that the indictment lead been returned but the officials refused to either confirm or deny it The indict ment was filed and entered of record April 10 Tho bench warrant commands the sheriff or other arresting officer to arrest William S Taylor and delivtr Inns to the jailer of Franklin county On the back of the indictment nbout CO persons arc named as witnesses for the commonwealth The bench war runt was placed in the hands of Sher iff John Suter who is acting in the absence of the sheriff who Is nt Hot Spring When naked what he would dc with the warrant he said What can I do with it I would serve it it I could and I could do It if Gov Mount of Indiana would help me but from nil reports I guess he will not do it- Frankfort Ky June 4There were no developments in the matter of the warrant for the arrest of W S Taylor Acting Sheriff Suter spent the tiny nt his home In the country and nt the executive office it was stat ed that n K requisition on the gov ernor of Indiana had yet been made Indianapolis Ind June 2Gov Mount asked if he would honor a re quisition for Taylor said I havent preconceived a derision If requisi tion papers are presented for Mr Taylor I shall decide nt to granting them when they ure presented nnd my decision will be bused upon my conscientious sense of right and jus lice The governor was asked if he had any knowledge of the political complexion ot the grand jury that in dicted Mr Taylor and refused with some spirit to answer the ducstion CONFERENCE WITH TAYLOR He Will Re Irxed to nun for Gov error If Heckhaiu IN Nominated Mr the Democrats Louisville Ky Juno 4Dr T II Inkqr postmaster of Louisville C E Snpp collector of customs here and Gen D G Collier who was adjutant general under Taylor have gone to Indianapolis to confer with tho for mer executive of JCcnfuckyTas to his plans for the future and to offer him aid on behalf of lift friends in this state These gentlemen stand high Iin republican circles in Kentucky and i is known that just prior to his de parture for Indiana to evade arrest on the charge of being un accessory to the murder of Wm Goebel Mr Taylor conferred with then and oth 3rfSapp n city It is being said in exclusive repub lIon circles tint these gentlemen wilt1 explain to Taylor an intention on the part of Kentucky republican lenders to rcnominatc him for governor 1 in the event the democrats put up Beck horn as they believe n nice between these two would be easy for Taylor Taylor Krlendu Pear iddnaplnar Frankfort Ky June 3W S Tay lors friends here are divided In opin- Ion as to whether he should attend the republican national convention to which he is a delegate from the state nlare Some of his personal friends nhink it would be unsafe u they tear an attempt might be made to kidnap him In the event ho should be arrested In either Ohio or Pcnnsyl tania on the way to the convention a new phase would be presentedi which might he turned Into a politi cal issue in those states in the campaign Ned Mineral S rlrii Lexington Ky June 1 Manager Barr of the Lexington 4 Eastern railroad Is preparing to have nn an nl els made of the mineral springs located on the rood near Fincastle There are said to be live different va riches of water found at this point and it Is believed n watering place may bo made there to advantage Mr tarr will also muter examination of the waterfalls there The region Is one of the most picturesque in tho mountains Injured Hy Lightning Lawrcuceburg Ky June 2Lon Young and two colored men were In a barn when it was struck by light ning One of tit colored men John Smith was knocked down his left arm bcoken hIs shoulder dislocated and his shoulder blade shattered Ho may live Mr Young nnd the other andtrendered unconscious but were not seriously hurt He Drank Acid i Paris Ky June JCarlell E Dud icyaged 25 committed suicide here by drinking n mixture of carbolic and prnsslo Holds Despondency caused by u love ulTulr anti excessive use of cigarettes was the crust which led to the netI- C111ed lly u Cointahle Sargent Ky June 2 Constable Marshal accidentally shot and killed henry Skipper ascot aa at lug Stone Gap ache the Virginia border Tho constable inns given a hearing and dh utlsseth k JEFEERSON DAVIS BIRTHDAY 10 In t CzercUe Connected With the Truth Annual Reunion o the Confederate veterans a Louisville Ky June iThe last exercises connected with the tenth annual reunion of the United Confed crates Veterans occurred Sunday vfiicrj the 02d anniversary of the bled of Jefferson Davis was observed at Reunion hall with services in memory i of Mr Davis Winnie Davis Tbiv Daughter of the Confederacy und the confederate dead Although thousands of the confederate reunion via itors had left the city 5000 persons attended the exercises They were largely of a religious character but wnapplauseattimes Mrs Hayes the daughter of Jefferson Davis nnd her daughter Miss Va i rina Hayes were on the platform Gen Gordon hud been expected to preside and also to address tho audience but he was called away from Louisville Sunday morning and his place was taken by Gen StephcoD Lee The first speaker was Gen Clear cut A Evans of Georgia lIe was fol t lowed by exUnited States Senator Iteagan of Texas the only surviving member of Jefferson Davis cabinet Gen Stephen D Leo then spoke + Jlev J Wntiam Tones of Virginia chaplain general of the United Confederate Veterans preached the an uual sermon lIe spoke at great i length on the religious lifo of the confederate soldiers lIe said a pastor often went to the front with a majority of the male members of his church ANOTHER FEUD VICTIM 1 Little Girl Shot and Fatally Wound ed In the tlurkhart and Cold r well Conflict Pincvlllc Ky June 1 Another outbreak between the Ilurkharts and Cnldwcns occurred when Teaguo liurkhurt a cousin of Wila Burkhart k who was kited by Wanton n few days ago went to the home of King Cab well and fired into his building One ball strucK CaldwHH 0yearold daughter in the Miouiiftr inflicting a wound from which Khn will die lilanton has not been captured anti It is believed he is being concealed at the homes of the Culilwells who mire relatives of the Wantons flies once waged u feud andought 0 desperately It was in this feud a t2 I Washington Caid well was k111cdj IS 105 YEARSSOLD t iAn Axed Kentuckian Whoe Health j II Good and Illn Hind Clear- t sad Active 0aOwensboro Ky+ Juno 4Junes Dealt Ireland of Skillman Hancock county Ky is celebrating his 103th birthday nnnivenary today Ho WII1 born in NrJston county June 4 1795 and has lived iii HancocK county for the last 60 years Isis health is good and his mind as clear and active oa that of n far younger man When the 100th anniversary of Mr Irelands birth was celebrated fin years ago It was attended by a largo number of friends from every direr thou but there were few of them who dared to hope that he would be living and active for several years after ward Mustering Out Stale Guard Frankfort Ky Juno 2Gov Heck ham has issued on order mustering ont ten companies of the state guard insmountain towns and were among those mustered Into service during the political excitement just before nnd immediately following the state election lust fall It Is understood a number of other companies are also td be disbanded as the governor holds that the various regiments nosy have double their proper quota oV companies in them Din Cattle Sale Lawrenceburg Iy J 3aMessrs II IJ Crpentcrond wrtv Dond of this county have sold to Simon Well of Lexington 458 head of cnUle which averaged 1100 pounds each for the sum of 317480 and Messrs It II nail W F Lillqrd sold to the same party 170 nead averaging 025 pounds for 6910- ConRreaiinian nilhert Heiiomlnated Hnrrodsburg Ky Juno 4 The democratic executive committee of the Eighth congressional district met In this city and unanimously rcnoml nated Hon 0 O Gilbert for congress No resolutions were adopted lined With a Loaded rlntoli VersalllcH Ky June 1While playing with a loaded pistol Frank nas son aged 13 shot anti mortally woundtMl Raymond White aged U near Mottonsvllle Farmer Indicted for Murder Cynthtann Ky Juno 3The grand jury Indicted W J Lnughlln a +weillhy fnrmer of this county for murder In the first degree Laughlin is charged withI the munler of Mt ut Idn listen of Conueravllle last March by an operation Ofllee for Jaek Chlniia Son Frankfort Ky June aIt Is semi authoritatively stated that Morgan Chlnn sot of Col Jackbhlnn willbecappointed by HeckhamfaB steward ofrr the Institution r the feeble minded here v 1a r t rTHE HiCKMAN COURIER Heerge Warren I HIOKMAN KY I FRIDAY JUNE 8 1000 JOAN K lIE U1UC baa declin 1 1Bobecome a candidate for Governor but he will take the stomp for the no inee ttttt Ov tho 25th inst tho Miss river Oo m will meet in New York It will not hay e much to do as the appropriation for riv er work is practically nothing ttttADMIRAL DEWEY is out of tho roc o for the presidential nomination butl ins gestion to make him a candidate for the Vice presidential nomination ap pears to be gaining advocates t ttttA BILL is to bo introduced in tho Ar kansas Legislature whereby the sheriff of a county in which a lynching occurs will lose his office and tho family ot the person lynched may recover 5000 from I the county t ttttIT now comes Porto Rico s time to come forward with a scandal It Is a great set of men wo have in charge of our affairs whence scares a month pass I en that we fail to learn of some great steal O fraud ttttTIE four original Bryan States in the Democratic National Convention of 1896I I it which cast their votes for Bryan on th I 1 1Aretand each of tho succeeding ballots were Georgia Nebraska North Cam Baa and Louisiana tttt0 THE Republican National Convention will soon be pulled off but as yet n- One can foretell tho winner of the second t place in the Vice Presidential hand icap McKinley with Jockey Hanna lupla a sure thing for first v ttttTilE gold Democrats of Indiana met j in Indianapolis last week and agreed I that while they are against Bryan they J support McKinley and that thej 1 1cannotof their organization in the coming campaign was not yet settleds tttt g COL A K McCLURE editor of the Philadelphia limes and a long time friend of the South says in a letter tot the Chattanooga Industrial Convention The South is today on the threshold sofan era of prosperity that never wasw 1 known in all the sunniest days of the t pact The advance will now bo sur I s 1 1prlainglyrapid with increasing momentt tum from year to year t tttt klvclosing his address before the as y ieJbled veterans in Union Hall Louis vJlle last week Gen John B Gordon gave utterance to this prayer which if t answered will restore Kentucky to her I original position In the heretofore un broken columns of tho solid SouthII I Heaven blew protect and guide Ken 1 tucky May harmony and Christian fellowship rnle in all her councils and a peace and plenty abide forever in all i t her homesUbion DemocmtI ttttj TBK boldness of the Boxers a gecre- yy anti foreign dovil society of tho Chit 1 nese ia their outrages against bot- ppy yalienand native Christians in the Em pire is becoming alarming There is little doubt that the Dowager Empres- In encouraging them and they are oper ating in tho neighborhood of Pekin ftty rm Li a pleasure to noto the promptness of our government in notifying the Chi nese government that our people andI j their property in China must be protect ed against these fanatics A MODERN hero tttthas a hard time Now I while many newspapers of England andi America is saying that the real hero o the British army in South Africa is Col BadenPowell who for more than seven n l months held Mafeking against an over whelming force of Boers and only two days before his relief sallied forth wit hlahalfstSrvcd little band and gave tho i t besolgers a severe thrashing some others are criticising him for shutting y himself and the citizens up in Matekin when nothing was to be gained by iits i occupancy Indeed every heros rose these days has a pretty go d sized thorn protruding from its fragrant petaL t ttttti t TUB Senate has refused to take up consideration of the Nicaraguan Canal I J bill whioh went through the House b- I such a large majority and action on the bill U thus postponed to next winter thYits passage by tho House was for campaign I purposes only That paper say that to enable members to put themt selves on record in favor ot an inter oceanio waterway it was not of t least consequence whether tho routo adopted was the best or the worst whether the time was opportune an the diplomio situation favorable or 1 whether anybody had any certain 1 1knowledge of the subject or not The record was made by the passage of tho L bill in the House Public opinion has been growing in favor of the canal to such an extent however that by t time the next session commences there will be some hope of a speedy and fa YOTKble action by Congress 4- q r t i Y LOCAL NEWS But halt an apple crop is reported Man sets up the drinks null drinks upsets tho man The wheat crop is about ripe and tho harvest will begin in earnest next week aThe latest novelties in tIne Tab atmWILSONS Boot STOKE It is suggested that if preaching Is to be introduced on trains the sleeping car capacity ought to bo enlarged The shirtwaist brigade of Brook field Mo will tight the octopus that has wised tho price of ico cream soda from 5 to 10 cents per glass f Sight Is priceless Preserve it Sea Ur House Optician ut Lnclodo Ho- l tel Hickman June 11th for ono week only Gov Beckhani Is to have another honor that of taking a handsome wo man to wife Ills engagement to Miss Fuqua of Owensboro is announced A Missouri woman fell into a land and when she was rescued a JO pound cattish was found untangled in her wire bustle IIer husband wanted to set her again but she would not consent Ifirlfyour eyes pain tire or in anyway give you troubleconsult Dr House optical specialist ut tho Lackdo Hotel lickman Juno llth for ono week only A turtle weighing 120 pounds at racted much attention Monday It was caught in James Bayou by Mr Manual Little a fisherman and shipped from hero by R M Mcthcny to St Louis- A law was recently enacted in Nor way making girls ineligible for matrimony who cannot knitbalce or spin lie fore a license Is granted a cortltiC3tO of proficiency in those arts is required 0x1Vo will pay elI per week and ex penses for a man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect destroyer in the country Address with stamp EXCCELSIOR Mro Co Parsons Kan It is probable that that there will bo two female candidates forjphool su perintendent in Ballard countJ the next election The names of Miss A Dew Snblett and Miss Jennie Campbell have been mentioned in connection with the race Joo W Bennett of Clinton and Henry P Remley of Hickman have 1 formed a partnership in the practice of law Mr Remley will have on office nt Iicknian and Mr Bennett will retain his office in Clinton Both ore prowlI 1 nent attorneys Fulton Leader People who are annoyed with tiles 1 remember that clusters of Ira rrant clover so common in this section if hung in the room and left to dry and shed iits faint fragrant odor will drive away more flies than any tty paper or By trap can destroy Everyone should welcome the census taker and help him in his work He does not come in the attitude of a vil lage gossip and ho is forbidden to re taU the information given him It is impossible that accuracy should be ob tained in the results unless seminarY ta observed in the details of the great work The fly in tho wheat baa given many fanners ts this country tho blues but the fly is a little angel compared to the canker worm that ia destroying hfruitcanker worm is about one inch long and eats tho trees and when he is dono with his work he is followed by a longI green worm which destroys tho apples Dr O S Chandler of near Cam den died on tho 24th of congestion and was buried at Camden Friday Ho was on excitizen of this county Mrs John Barnes and Mrs A1L Briggv of this city and Mr A I and Dr 8 E Chandler ot Mtnnick attended the bu rial which was conducted by the W O DemocrattThere is no longer a drouth in this rainh taU within the past week has been largely more than has been needed From present indications tho month wetsas the months of April and May were too dry The old eaylnKttIt never sofas but it pours seems to 1bo verified What the little weazened one horse towns of the south need says the Troy NewsBanner is not flower pa rades and festivals but manufactur lug plants the former are narcotics and stimulants the latter pure rich life giving blood that gives strong vigorous populationi greutfcivilizationfAt a recent meeting tho Cincinnati chamber of commerce adopted rcsolu tions protesting against the attempt in Congress to change certain dams and knownhgovernment engaged improve prodecoPittsburg to Cairo The new law would tagog ion of Work already done and tho inau guratlon of a now system Speaking of newspapers Sam Tones says If I wanted to get a right square judgment Id rather go to a newspaper office than to a court of justice No man whose life is true just and pure is afraid of all the newspaper presses in detectivoYpunctured more shams and so tar as I nm concerned I eaytalto the bridle off thatatwill be hurt are the shams and frauds And if you think tho newspapers prints too much of a sensational kind dont read it and they will quit it Tho pa peoplehavehoPrinted for money and to please their I areiaanamaciroaejust ourselves and suitdT C Mafaati I Elder T O Mahan my good friend and brother in the Lord Is doing line work in Arkansas lIe is held high esteem and loved for his work anhed godly waytobless generousLgivo many days on Baptist Flag I I w t l i fj- f H iThe Right Wy tONLY WAY in TlIEi our Store wishes disappoint yon is in giving yon Just a little bettor of everything than you aro lei to ex = iKct from the prices Wo want yon to feel that its tho LEADING STORE under all con l at alwaysthe That our policy is npiirfcutIil to thrCty buyers wo have every evidence j J J Early Spring Specafs rElegant Bed Loungest ffrom l1000 nnd upward fffOak Hall Trees S800 f Iron Beds from 700 to 81600 S IYOUtE1 Int l iI i t r+ tIF YOU KNEW you could twruro them ut such reasonable prlciH If you know thait4ylt were so liandwum thoy would have filled a lacj at honor in your house long since It Isnt Too Late NowL Its really on excellent pnrobMoj Just A little more than yonrfameys worth IIia sending our business forward Its oak nit many now friends for us 4 fad Rcineuber we have tho lorprt Stook of UNDERTAKERS i GOODSIin Western Kentucky I tI I 1 STEPHENS SMITHS I 4 rHiI Kt A TALE UP LUTES HICKXAN 1JUUSrr A commonwealth case that atlraaUd unusual attention this court was lint against Will Johnson a young mEss charged with shooting his motborIn kff The scene of this scrio comedy isi laid in the southeastern part of the county and the occurrence dates back a few month Young Johnson aged 17 or 18 roan was married about a year ago to a prat ty little girl wife of some 14 yearn of age and the even current of their love and life ran along like poetry until the young roans father fell ill of a lover and 11M trusty husband sent his dolly wife to her mother so that he could nurse his father Mother in law received Uw charge kindly and all was serene until a soldier clothed stranger chanced that way and motherinlaw compared him with Jghnfion and decided she would be better pleased with a soldier sunlit law M abe barred the door against Johnson and sho instated that her daughter trans for Johnsons marital rights to the sol dicr The true wife would neer eoneont to this and time waxed on until on a Sunday night motherinlaw with daughter and soldier started to church to gather On the way thither Johnson In tercepted the procession and demanded him bonny brie Ills most reasonable requestp being de nied Johnson undertook d arm il to obtain his own In tho melee he fired a shot in tho air and his motherin law fell back and expired in the rood But she didnt stay expo more than a minute and when sho riz she riz a reaching and n running hut Lochlnvnr was going a gait up tho road his brido was clinging wltnOlt4theyrimeReligionin tho scramble or scratched herself for sho claimed that she was shot andbad soninlaw arrested and his trial was tho courtThoand promptly brought in a verdict of ac quittal and when tho largo crowd pres apIclausehis ocorambutto pass unpunished Clinton Democrat lIenryRemlcyono is agreed that thoy huddled tho case finely and that their arguments before tho jury wore telling and at times quite touching It was a hard fought case and wo congratulate Mr Bennett and Mr Romloy upon their sweeping victory DeanlTIIIIwplesaithemnsglorify tho taco by cutiugall Skill Irn UOIII relousUlcersOnlj byalli C x TO TCACIIEHS bl Applicants for Common School Diploma BxamlRtttionH for County Cortifioatm will IK held as follow Juno ICth and 10th July nth fend 21st August 17th and ISth No examinations nt nny other tlmo The Joint Institute of IHokmn And Fulton counties will convene at lUltou- Ky Monday July 23d and continue live days Every Unahor us won as all who expect to teach must attend the full MM slon of tho Institute a physicians m r tlfloato of nioknej alone oxouNinR In answer to Uio ninny Inquiries In re gars to tho manner of holding oxanil nations I respectfully call your atten tion to tho mandatory provisions and ro ijuircmcntH found in Sections 01 mind ltof tho Common School laws All examinations nro written a curtain time being allowed to enoh study nt the axpirajLion of which tho papers aro cull ed in Examinations are held upon tho fol lowing subjects On Friday spoiling reading writing arithmetic nnd grammar on Saturday composition Rcogni pity U S history including history of Kentuoky physiology civil govornmont and the science nnd art of teaching Tho papers upon every subject receive at tho hands of the County Board of Examiners tho most careful attention1 It is not within their province to allow any credit or give any grade except upon tho written work of tho applicant They can make no allowance of any kind for experience or friendship All applicants must bo examined in tho mnnnor nnd upon the branches prescribed by law Examinations open Friday morning at eight oclock nnd after tho papers upon the first subject aro handed in no ono else can bo allowed to begin Tho examination for Common School Diplomas will bo held Thursday Juno 23th All scholars who havo completed the Common School studies should take tills examination and if successful they will be granted certificates of graduation At tho rnuno tlmo a competitive ox orainatlon will bo hold for tho purpose of selecting tho beneficiaries of Pulton county lot tho A k M College nt Lex- Ington Applicants in this examination will be examined upon arithmetic grummnar geography U S history and spelling and must mako an average grado of 70 percent will receive freo tui lion room rent fuel and lights und will bo entitled to traveling expenses to hnd from Lexington ItespectfullyD E WILSON SupU Schools Fulton Co- X V l CS I L QUAINT 41 UX FAULTY Tore is PoiuuthitiK fto picturesquely original iu tho suggestion of n leading and iniluoutinl Swiss novs por that Switzerland become through confedera tion tt State of tho United States in Europe that it cuuuot fall to command widespread attention Tho Idea has doubtless suggested itself to tho mind of tho editor of tho Allgcmeinu Schwoiger XcltutiK by reason of tho fact that tho United States government seems to have nbandonod franklyluteterritoryIntions why should not Switzerland ou tor Into u federation Which whllo pro serving her llbortlen should yet iusuro to her tho protection of tlmn most powerful government in tho world it is however only as n quaint dreamt thnt tho suggestion will appeal to tho worldn imnKliiutlon or to Ainorionn Hympntlitert It should bo matter of conscience nnd duty for this govern moat to throw IU influence always on the side of tho worlds smaller lvtiob Ha A Life and Death Straggle Mr W A Mimes of Manchester In ttICRpefrommiNuloH induced serious lung trouble winch muted li Consumption I haul frequent homorrhu w and coughed night nud day All my doctors wild I limit soon ilk Thou I began to use Dr s Now Discover which wholly ontoire Hundred have used it on my advice anti nil any It never falls t four Throat ChwtI nnd Lung trouble Regular size GOo and flOO Trial battles few nt nil drug stones Mixed Paints We have added to our large stuck O- FP AILV IiEll n complete lino Ul Reatly Mixed Pafnts ja ALL COLORS and guaranteed to bo of the r B333ST QUALITY d t IUOVIHIJI CUOVGILL I IJTCUGOJAJ 111 L BreadL ir 1STAF11 AXD1Og- ETtGOOD I t FRESH BREti Df 0o To zuarX8W + Oily Baerg i t Bread Cakes slid Pies Baked Daily tIIJAUQUAUPJJrnH lon ff Tropical and Domestic Frums Fine Chocolates 4 4 and Candies Cigars and Tobacco 4If ICE MSODApK IAnlnll tho latest Drink wrvwl from their NEW AHCTIO FOUNT W 1 The Mceat JOE CRKJM PARLOR In the Oily 1 j4 i Your Patronage Solicited Toluphcttn your Orders to W r i City Bakery if + u + u UIajastieJr CQking Ranges The Best in the World I Yen Cniuiet Make n Mistake Ia Buying Oae af these Ranges I Ono of Its Strongest Points In Ita ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL 1 Bakes Dlsonitn In 4 Mlnnt08Llglit Breath In 40 Minutes Baying n Mnjoatlo means a no tlmo of Economical Oooklng Call anti Examine Them Ynull ISuy no Oilier fa 2 aaavaBE M HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1 rtlJHJAnL1TOM DILLON Sr Fropr anecMMr to n C lUniK doJJ1 Marble and Granite Hogjiments t 0tTR8INQ r fA STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING cRor4 iokmn ray TO THE PUBLIC I I am engaged in thisii I linei of business at Union City Tenn and carry at all times a large and well as sorted stock of Good and Pure Whiskey as well as nil other goods In that lino and respectfully solicit a 4 TRIAL ORDER WR WEBSTER 1 SPECIAL OFFER DBAU Hat I am enabled to soil and hereby offer you Fourx foYifa00 WhDkoyExpress A marks to indicate contents When you receive it and test it if it Is not satUfaa tory return it at my expense and 1 will refund you 300 ThU lea moot liberal offer and I await your orders W K 1VEBSTEH i 1 a J i ia fT J Q ww- s J 0rJ L t ht nalleel Time Table N 0 St L R R r LEA VES Train inTrIn ARmVEH- IIITr11II t Local and Personal IWllllo Apnbcrg Isln St Louls th Week Kbv J II Evans is In Jackson ti weekMilts InTack5lOnI I Mlf8lain11 InMlddJot Oltyvisitingl InClintonI MemphLeventj K For bout Red Harvest Oil go to C E EAKeaa Mm 0 Hubbard and lIttlo 1 ore visiting in Columbus Mm Connelly of Corydou Is tho guest of Mrs II T Davis J Mrs S K Davidson and daughter are visiting In Kenton Tonn CburchSundl1YI t SlinrmTennf ers arBweet Potato liis for sale at ELLIKOXM GROCERY Judge W II Holt of Ky has been apjiotritou U8 District Judge of Porto It o CityIcnnweekrho J MIKJIunzloktr IntttFresh meats lit Rogers Throlkeld The largest refrigerator in Western Ccntuaky Mrs A W Colfinnn and daughter Mb Hernia of Adairvlllo Ky are visit ing Mm M P Fuqun IoulyDoMr W R Jam of tho Meadow t lloav Faltan received a lovcro itroko of paralysis and died Sunday 1L4rMl sizes Screen Doors on hand at II C AMHEROS MIRI1 Ruth Holoombohaft returned from Murphr a boro whoro she has been attending Soulo College Show Boys were defeated at Wednesday brthe nine of I IThu by a score of 1 Wnync Thomas and Mlw FanS nlolimnn two popular young pcoplaof Fulton wen married Wednesday Sheriff Carpenter wan robbed o 185 at Bowling urcon when on hl way to tho Confederate noUnion at Louis villa Ult Farmers call with your produce at MTlS SHAWS Big Storo Miss Mabel Qoaldor of Fulton attended l thin HIcktnan College commence ment exercineH but returned homo SUn- day night ThU issue of tho Courier contains all the news of tho town transpirin- since last Issue If it has happened it i in tho Courier Thou D Martin from Martin Tcnn MartinJrto purchnxo utook sheep POTATO SLITS For sale byMae M V WALKKR Rev D D Shuck of Jordan thinI county son of tho lato Marion Shuck und Miss Hmo Scott of WhiUsvlllo Ten nemfo were married lastweek Mr Herbert Carr of Fulton and MLu Myrtle Ivlo Skceu of Hellbucklo Tcnn will bo united iu mamago nt the nomo of tho bride Tuesday ova June 18th Dr A A Faris 11 E Reeves an Jus It Brown were elected members o f tho College Trustees Wednesday sue Smithoeodhngi and Jno A Stubby HT We have In stock all the latest and Ihost works of lotion Call and ox amino them WILSONS ROOK STORE The Training School Uueball ulna of Union Oit encountered tho Slaws of Hicknmn Saturday and wore do tented by 18 to 8 The Slmws httvo BOI far defeated every picked nine put In tho field against them Rev W M Likins of Oweuaboro 1 will deliver a temperance lecture at Cayco Tuesday night Juno 12th Bo fore arid after Mr Llkina speaks Miss Jennie Thorpe will render some beauti ful temperance songs and recitations jTWlf you want a first class hair cu or shave tall on MIKE HOB lNS at tho Tree Barber Shop Mrs James Reynolds is chairman of tho flower committee for Union City Fourth of July celebration She is anx- Ious to make a good display on this occasion I and she invites tho citizens oft neighboring towns to decorate their car riages and take part In tho JlngeantI Cft Defective vision is not peculiar to the old Childrens eyes need attention Consult Dr House aye specialist at LaV cledo Hotel Hlokmiin Juno 11th for one week only- I3altzor Hannon a young colore boy WRR arrested Tuesday on tho charge- of stealing money from tho grocery house of T A Ledrordlilood guilty and wos hold court Anum- bur of tho business houses of Iickman havo suffered lately from potty robberies of money drawers and this young Iani non tolls of several colored boys who have boon engaged In systematic till robbing hereabouts Tho authorities w1l1I mako further urrMLIknd send tho whole batch to the House of Reform at Lox ington I y TEMPERANCE At Hickman Kentucky Wednesday and Thursday Nlgkts JIBe 131k ami 14tb Rev W M LIkins of Owenaboro willII spook in the Oily Hall Wednesday andI Thursday nights June 13th and 14th Ison the subject of Temperance and Prohibition Miss Jennie Thorpe of Mun isclu Ind will entertain the audience be fore and after Mr Liking speaks withI Thorpna distinguished minister said I wouldI rather sing like her than preach like Talmogo Lot everybody bo peewee and enjoy the feast AdmlJon free I I 4ofytpollediA The ice cream supper announced by the ladles of tho Episcopal church for last night has been postponed to Thurs day night tho 21st Remember tho place at MrsJW Rogers For Sale centssI jwr setting of 13 M L ELLISON Supporting Preachers Itiis said that a Methodist minister who spread tho gospel on a circuit in tho northern part of Alabama received for last years work 386 two pairs ofr yarn socks one parr of jeans trousersI and three pecks of potatoes With the potatoes the good old lady who soul panngvhooldfeed her cow Nashville American cA Mousier Devil Fish Destroying its victim is a type of Con iIs yIs1 brain But Dr Kings Now Life Pills oro a safe and certain cute Best In tho Uorld for Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels On 25o at all drug stores An Appreciation by Friends Misci Hello Mercer who for tho past two yean has been in charge of the mu sical department of Hickman College a very her many friends in Hickman in tho form of a nuhgniflcentdiamund and pearl broooh They took this method of ex pressing their appreciation of her very etTloiont work in their college of her helpful services BO cheerfully rendered to churches in the city and their sincere regret at parting from her It is n high compliment to Miss MerccrH ability OH a teacher of music that she retires from Hiokman College with the unqualified approval of her work of every one of her onfdontemont of methods shish tho prabseillthe most that her best friend can ok for her Is that wherever that may bo she may ho as successful in her chosen work and make as many lifelong friends its she has loft in Hickman + The Hickman College Alumni AsIHoeiations annual reception given at tho handsome and well appointed home of cvenlug1tJit previoussNotwithstanding the inclemency of the weather a largo number of tho one hundred or moro invited guests respond I ret I ning of rare enjoyment The handsome hall parlor and reception room were tastefully decorated with a profusion of bright flowers which served to increase t the brilliancy of tho scene us tho youth ul participants glided from room to room their merry voices and radiant 1 faces betokening happy hearts Old and young alike mingled In tho popular ring guano while others evidently finding greater pleasure in social converse ere grouped hero and there presenting alto gothora pleasing and attractive sight Muslo was another enjoyable and ladle otthooccasionulthouRhd gathertogsaints refreshments were served evonlngTholug center piece attracted special notion Festoons of ribbon in tho College colors blue and gold were BO arranged to form a canopy over tho prettily decorated table An electric light hung suspended beneath this bright covering its soft m dianco enhancing tho loveliness of a largo vase of costly flowers which adorn ed tho center of the table A source of continual refreshing was apparently found at tho tempting frappo 4 stand which occupied a cozy corner of bytwoIndeed ovary feature of this enjoyable 4 abilitytyoung lady present assisted by a fow of her friends and the host and hostess In mailing this particular occasion one of aILsAmerican Flour IH Europe It Is predicted in London that unless conditions change American flour will Eng1111ld to pay tho high tariff duties and profit ably complete with tho French milled flour It Is claimed that American flourdordlnnryflourthose of tho United States carries out this assertion Long ago In this coun try tho old fashioned grist mill gave place to the merchant mill and the pro cess took the place of tho grinding pro coal Water power and steam engines of tho most efficient and economical character are being used as motive millingIndustryeconomical methods t IIIclcmHn Won Tho ball gnmo Saturday at Hickman between Training School team of this city and tho Hickman nine resulted ii- a in victory for the latter by a score of 18r to 8 The boys attribute their defeat to tho ball ground which was covered with weeds ditches and thorn trees They ploy again Thursday at Athletic Pnrk in this city and wo hope to see our laurelsUnlonCity Filipinos Killed MajIhas transmitted to tho J n I tlito of Filipinos killed wounded nut captured since tho Insurrection be gan The number is placed at 10780 killed 2101 wounded and 10124 cap tured There are now 2000 prbtone of war Only dangerous teen and offl cent of high rank are retained as pris sears STOCK PEAS FUR SALE oStockf ders promptly for either Whippoorwill or Cow Peas A M SILAW Stato Line Ky Joe IV Htnntlt II F Ilcmlcy BENNETT REMLEYA- TTORNBYSATLAW Courtsespeciallythe InClintonHtra Mule IBtmyed from the undersigned near Clayton Ubion County Teuu Satur day morning June 2d one dark bay mare mule a years old A liberal re word will be paid for the return of the mule or information leading to its re covery Address J R McCAiK Clayton Tenn ffiuicll1 Proceeding HICKMAN Ky Juno 4 1000 regularineetpresent Slayer Dillon Councilmen Bra vard and Davis There being no quo rust present on motion the Council ad journed to meet Monday June 11that 8 oclock p m Ji O HELM City Olerk Panic at u Circus Clark Bras small overland circus showed last night at Bolivar in South Christina As the crowdcomposed of incroesmostly left the tent unknown poisons began shooting pistols A pan Iib ensued everybody who had a pistol used It and between fifty and seventy live shuts were fired Pistol reports with menrodin A number of persons were wounded Mary Dell was fatally shot in tho hip Frank Rives andBusterlegsOthersto get away from tho bullets several trampledMayflaldMirror A TIMELY CONTRAST Tho presence of an oldtime flroeater at tho Confederate reunion only served to demonstrate by contrast that thopres ent Is an era of good feeling between the sections Glorious hews Comes from Dr D II Cargile of Wash Bltterlllahad caused her great suffering for years herheadcould give no help but now her health thobe8tpreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers soresItexpels poisons helps digestion builds alldrzggistLn FOR THE BEST I- NGROCERIES r Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat a the LOWEST PRICES TO t Rogers Threlkeldst VPTODaT CROOZRiWnTjvafl OLD STAND Goode Delivered FreeFRESH BEAT 5Clinton Street Telephone 74 High Grades AT Low Prices All SUMMER TANS in Kid Velour Calf and Willow Calfall Jlft Lentlnnd Clotffiff psj mpN Q 298 = 400 and 350 Qualitiestor = 298 ti All Fresh New Stoll No Plugs j 4zap EVERY PAIR YQIITII THE FORMER PRICE 4E vft unit STORE CASH SHOE u T A LEDFORB Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement EIiir I carry everything usually found iina firstclass Grocery and no pains will bo spared to please my customers 5 My motto isrlUOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try me Clinton Street Telphono C JftliQoods Promptly Delivered 1 t SHAW c CALLS THE Attention of the Ladies TO HIS Sfyoe Departrept THIS WEEK One of the largest Stocks in the City Fine Sfjees aB- ARGAINS Specialty IN OXFORDSand SPRING SHOES c i OF ALL KINDS WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND AT B J L DVII fJ IThey have just received a large assortment ofvYoung Mens Buggies that are UptoDate They are also agents for the leading Wheat Machinery McCprmick Harvesters Gaar Scott Threshers and Binder Twine CALL AND SEE THEM HICKMAN KY 0 E EAKER General GrocerZ Powell Block Clinton St Raring urchaacd the Grocery Stock of J J 0 Woduraot would be pleated there o all old friends to call Fresh Goods and Choice Bargains DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowfilll Cowgllla Drug Store LIVERY STABLE I OPPOSITE B R DEPOT WILLIAMS SHAW f First class turnouts buggies HurreysJJ carriages safe teams o Customora served with courtesy and politeness Pa tronago solicited Telephone 19 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertakeri HIOKMAN KENTUCKY IVE ME A TRIAL when you want Blmkamllhisg done or repair iIn 1Y epeolaltyIUndertakers Goods Common Rosewood and Solid UUok Walnut Coffins and Cases which can be l Oiled UD in short notice and at reasonable prices Give ma a call lg Shop urn the Jill Cask Book Store JSplendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS B Call anti see our Stock Everything l up to date MARY BERENDES NCO t 1- mE2 Bartlltt Successor to Wm Dieatel brink DEAtEK IN Fancy Groceries and Provisions IIKMAA uuuuyeii FREE DELIVERY ei Telephone Store No 94 Res- Idence No 90 CITY BARBER SHOP herofapatronage or take more pleasure In try Ing to ploaso you than wn old rollablo barbers JOHN HICKS II R IVY WILL CRewltLI 4 EVEMDAY+ EEROISfllV I I Dr Talmage Preaches en Common Duties aad Rewards VatA of Kncoar uetM nl and Cheer fee Toe Who Toll mud Stran gle Heroe and Heroines of n llr Life Copyright 1900 by Louis Klopsch Dr Talmngc who Is now preaching to large audiences in the great citl of England and Scotland sends this discourse in which he shows that many i who In this world pass us of little Im portance will in the jay of final read I justment be crowned with high honor text 11 Timothy ii 3 Thou here i fore endure hardness + Historians are not slow to acknowl edge the merits of great military chieftains We have the fulllength par traits of the Cromwells the Washing I tons the Napoleons and the Welling l tons of the world History Is not t written in black ink but red ink 1 bumnn blood The gods of human am i bition do not drink from bowls made out of sliver or gold or precious stones but out of the bleached skulls of the fallen But I am now to unroll beforej t you a scroll of heroes that the world has never acknowledged those who faced no guns blew no bugle blast conquered1 no cities chained no cap tives to Ihclr chariot wheels and yet In the great day of eternity will stand H higher than some of those whose names startled the nations and ser I n nph nnd rdpt spirit and archangel tvI llatell their deed to a listening universe I mean the hcrqcs of common every day life In this roll in the first place I find r nil the heroes of the sick room When Hntan hud failed to overcome Job he said to God Put forth Thy hands and touch his bones and his flesh andI he will curse Theo to Thy face SatnnI had found out that which we have all fount out that sickness is the greatest test of ones character A ma h+ who can stand that can stand anything I To be shut in a room as fast l- yt as though it were a bnstilc to be a l- r nervous you cannot endure the to of a childs toot to have luscious fruit which tempts the appetite oft1 the robust and healthy excite our loathing and disgust when it first appears on the platter to have the rapier of pain strike through the side or across the temples like a razor or to put the foot In a vise or throw the v whole body into a blaze of fever yet r there have been men and women but C itmore women than men who harb cheerfully endured this hardness Through years of exhausting rheuma 1 tlsms and excruciating neuralgias they Lave gone and through bodily distress that rasped the nerves and tore the muscles und paled the checks and t Ktocpcdt the shoulders By the dimr light of the sick room taper they saw an thelr wall the picture of that land where the inhabitants are never sick1 1Through the dead silence of the night they heard the chorus of the ngehra The dancer ate away her life from week to week and day to day anr1slllII ttccame weaker and weaker and nervs i their I goodnight before yet serer trod j The children looked up into her face I In saw suffering transformed into heavenly smile Thole who suffered on the battlefield amid shot and shellHwere not more heroes and heroines than those who In the field hospital and In th usvlum had fevers w lcbU I Iurgerscure r No shout of a comrade to cheer them r but numbness and aching and home sickness yet willing to suffer confiGa dent in God hopeful of Heaven He rocs of rheumatism Heroes of neu ralgia Heroes of spinal complaint Heroes of sick headache Heroes of lifelong invalidism Heroes and herIoines They shall reign forever and t over Hark I catch just one note of the eternal anthem There shall 11 forvthat t In this roll I also find the heroes ofII uacomPlainingly lead a regiment into battle when you know that the whole nation will ap x plaud the victory it is comparatively r youknowated by a large company of friends i and relntivcS it is comparatively snot to address an audience when in tho 1 1 gleaming eyes and flushed cheeks you know that your sentiments are adopt cd But t do sewing when you ex I 1 pert the employer will come and i thrust his thumb through the work to show how imperfect it is or to have 1 the whole garments thrown back on you to be done over again to build 1 1nwall and know there will be nn ones firhbwcariug employer howling across the I 1 1scaffold to work until your eyes nn dim and your back aches and your t heart faints and to know that If you stop before night your children willc starve ah the sword has not slain co many as the needle The great I battlefields of our civil war were not I t Gettysburg and Shiloh and South Mountain The great battlefields 1 1werein the arsenals and in the shops and in the attics where women made c4 army jackets for n slxjwnce They tolled on until they died They hnllc no funeral uulogium but In the name of my God this flay 1 enroll their t names uniting those of whom theI world was not worthy Heroes of the needle Heroes of the sewing ma chine Heroes of the attic Heroes of tho cellar Heroes and heroines Bless God for them In this roll I also find the heroes who have uncomplftintngty endured I domestic injustices They are men who for their toll and anxiety have t U sympathy hi their homes Ex 1 r 1 r 4 i r = c liauattnr application to Uuejncasgvt I them a livelihood but an unfrugalI wife scatters it Ho is fretted at from the moment ho enters tho door untilI ho comes out of Itthe exasperation of business life augmented by tho exasperations of domestic life Such men are laughed at but they have a heartbreaking trouble and they would have long ago gone into ap palling dissipation but for the grace of God Society today Is strewn with tho wrecks of men who under the north eat storm of domestic Infelicity have been driven on the rocks There arci Btuns of thousands of drunkards to day made such by their wives That is not poetry that is prow But the wrong is generally in the opposite dt rcction You would not hero to go I for to find a wife whoso life Is a per petual martyrdom something bear ler than the stroke of n fist unkind I words staggering home nt midnight 1 and constant maltreatment which hue left her only a wreck of what she was on that day when in tko midst of a brilliant assemblage the vowBwero taken and full organ played fthe wedding march and the carriage rolled away with tho benediction of the people What was the burning of Latlmcr and Ridley at the stake compared with this Those men soon became unconscious in the fire but iIt there is n 30 years martyrdom a 50 years putting to death yet uncom plaining No bitter words when the is rollicking companions nt two oclock 1 In the morning pitch the husband dead drunk into the front entry No bitter words when wiping from the swollen brow the blood struck out in midnight carousal Bending over the battered nnd bruised form of him who when he took her from her jfathers homo promised lore and kindness and protection yet nothing but sympathy and prayers and forgive ness before they are asked for No jbitter words when the fniniljf Bible goes for rum and the pawnbrokers shop gets the last decent dress Some of day desiring to evoke the story of her sorrows you say Well how are you getting along now and rallying her trembling voice and quieting her quivering lip she says prettypyou delirium of her last sickness she may ell all the other secrets of her lifetime but she will not tell that Not be until the books of eternity are opened on the throne of judgment will ever be known whet she has suffered Oh ye who arc twisting a garland for the h victor put it on that pale brow When she is dead tho neighbors will a eg linen to make her a shroud and she will be carried out in n plain box with no silver plate to tell her years for she has lived a thpnwnd years of trial and anguish Trio gamblers and swindlers who destroyed her husband will not come to the funeral One oar ings will bo enough for that funeral one carriage to carry the orphans and tho two Christian women who presided over the obsequies But there ic a flash and the opening a Celestial door and a shout Lift up your head ye everlasting gate and let her come Inl lad Christ will forth und say Come in Ye I suffered for me on earth be glorified with me in leaven What is the highest throne in Heaven You say The throne of the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb No doubt about it What Is the next highest throne fa- eaven While I speak it seems tome iit it will be the throne of the drunk wife if sic with cheerful pa- tIence endured all her earthly torture Heroes and heroines I find also in this roll the heroes of Christian charity We all admire tho eorge Pcabod r and the James Len axes of the earth who give tens and Hundreds of thousands of dollars to good objects But I am speaking now of those who out of their pinched poverty I help others of such mon as those Christian missionaries at the teat who proclaim Christ to the people one of them writing to the secretary Jn New York saying I thank you for that f5 Until yesterday we have hart no meat in our house for three months We have suffered terribly My children hove no shoes this win tcr And of those people who have only a half loaf of bread but give apiece of it to others who era hungrier and of those who have only a souffle of coal but help others to fuel and 1 of those who have only a dollar in their pocket and give 25 cents to some body else and of that father who wears a shabby coat and of that moth i cr who wears a faded dress that their children may be will appareled You call them paupers or ragamuffins or emigrants I call them heroes end heroines You and I may not know where they live or what their name in God knows and they have more angels Is hovering over them than you and I ave and they will have n higher sent in Heaven They may have only a cupful of cold water to give n poor traveler or may have only picked a splinter from under the nail of a- hilds finger or hero put only two mites into tile treasury but the Lord knows them Considering what they had they did more than we hare ever done and their faded dress will become a white robe and the small room will be an eternal mansion and the oldjhot will be exchanged for n coronet of return 1 all the applause of and all the shouting ot Heaven will be drowned out when God rises c up to give Ills reward to those humble il workers in Ills Kingdom and say to them Well done good nnd faithful servant You liavn all seen or heard ol the sh ruins of lJelrose abbey I suppose in some respects they nre the matt ex quisite ruins on earth Anti yet look Ing olt I was not so iec1ou- mlr set it down to nail taste but I wait not so deeply stirred ns I was ate Umbatone at the foot of that abbey i the tombstone placed toy Walter Scott over the grave of an old man slue nod served hUn for a good many years tIn his house the Inscription most lostgm niflcant and I defy any man to Htumi there and read it without tears con ing into his eyesthe epitaph 11e j done good and faithful servant Ohi when our work Is over will It be found that because ot anything we have done for God or the cnurch or suffer ing humanity that such nn inscrip flea Is appropriate for ua1 God grant III Who are those who were bravest andj deserved the greatest monument Lore Claverhousc and his burly soldiers or John Brown the Edinburgh carrier and hia wife Mr Atkins the persecuted minister of Jesus Christ in Scot load was secreted by John Brown andI Ills wife and Claverhouse rode up on day with his armed men and shouts in front of the house John Browns little girl rotor out He said ta henI Well miss is Mr Atkins hero She made no answer for she could not betray the minister of thaGospet 1I1Ial Claverhousc said then you arc a chip of the old block are you 1 1 have something in my pocket for you It Is ai nosegay Some people call it a thumb screw but I call it a nosegay And lie got oft his horse and he put it on the little girls hand and began to turni until the bones cracked and she cried Re said Dont cry dont cry This isnt a thumbscrew thisi a nosegay Anti they heard the childs cry and the father and mother came out and Claverhouso said Hal It seems that you three have had your holy heads together determined to die like all the rest of your hypocritical canUngsnlvelmgcrewHather than give up good Mr Atkins pious Mr Atkltu i you would dir I have a telescope with me that will improve your vision and lie pulled out ft pistol Sow he sold Jyou old pragmatic teat you should catch cold In this cold morning of Boot land and for the honor and safety of tho king to say nothing of the glory God and the good of our teals I will proceed simply and In the neatest and most expeditious style possible to blow your brains out John Brown fell upon his knees and began to pray Ah salt Claver house look out if you art going to prllJ steer clear of the kfng the coun and IMcbard Cameron 0 Lord said John Brown since It stems to Thy will that I should leave this world for a world where I can love Then better and servo Thee more 1 put this poor widow woman and these ielpesst fatherless children into Thy lands We have been together In peace good while and now we mutt look forth to a better meeting in Heaven I And as for these poor creatures blind fold d and infatuated that stand before me convert them before it Is too late and may they who have sat in judgment In this lonely place on tide tlessed morning upon meta poor de eyInwhich they hue refused to me thy most unworthy but faithfulservant Amen j He arose and said Isabel the has come of which I spoke to hourII the morning when proposed hand urd WIll9180forput her arms around him and said The Lord gave and the Lord halbI taken away Blessed la the name 01I the Lord Stop that sniveling sadIClaverhouse I hut had enough of Soldiers do your work Take aim Fire And the head of John Brown was scattered oc the ground Wbila the ante was gathering up in her apron the fragments of her husbands i head gathering them up for burial I Clavcrhause looked into her face and said Sow my good woman how do you fell now about your bonnie man Ohshe said I always thought weel him he has been very good to 01II had no reason for thinking anything I but Heel of him and I tbtnk better ofII him now Oh what a grand thing it i will be in the lust day to sun God ptckII out his heroes and heroines Who are I trudgfAgoRfromhcy1 The Lord Clavcrhouies and the Hsrods and those who had scepters and crowns and thrones but they lived for their own aggrandizementt andathey broke the heart of nations He eternityI pair Woe woe woe IDHeavenprocessionshy bellinday Heaven Who arc those rising on the thrones with crowns of eternal roy ally They must have been great people on the earth world renowned people No They taught In a ragged a school Taught In a ragged school that all That Ih all petthoseeternaldominion p childrenmothersThatcalledLittlecm press now Who are that great multi taste on the highest thrones of Hear fedthenukedtheycomfortedtheany rest until they put their head j down on the pillow of the sepulcher I dAantlytheirheels struckls11thothe i buckler ns Ho wild I am their God and no weapon formedngalnlt abu1lprosperIateraaUsm j tJlIamburgears aloselyand if titJ finaln oar which carries u iI morethanthe ti conductor Li fined 72 ccats q s t1qW I I ABUSE THE MARKETS OB the asked tIcs of Overproduction llliniler 1aa Noon arced LpoH this People 11The alarmist has n poor vocation yen generally speaking who are enIloge In active industries are given to discounting the prosperity which seems apparent to almost every Ono who in not profoundly thought tut on the conditions necessary tend o the interruptions which sire n- JllIstnnt source to tho necessary eau arena Therefore It IsI thnt tho lion st masters of trade sirs constantly on the lookout for Interruption of tho kFcntial conditions which iusuro I prosperity Were these dependent oft apply and dcmuud It would not bo beetwren tho producer pod tho consum tr and It honest principles were 1 in introl between tho two forces pro lutlon nod consumption the crisis nuld Inmost Instances bo averted or trtalnly controlled within tho small t spuco of tho business affected V large Intelligent lesson hue been taught in the last ice weeks tto those II I roiling the productive market ItL It a notable foot that prices of stock In sill the actives had sailed Into the kini anti insatiate greed was doingr itf full port to keep them to their flight The conservative buyers fully appreciated the situation They felt I iit the speculators had token u fear fit LoW on the manufacturing Indus trie and the result could not bo any tiling but disastrous They would nott IK laitnt They aould hold thulr hold ilr They could give warnings oattIl thii prepare the public for lit slump thy could go fltlll further They r II ill punish the vicious ultttnclit vhih had assaulted prices without jest cause tutu who It was cliilmcd irrf amenable under the law With JB a lay the slump annie ThutiMindM jbf jironle wore ruined A great outer pnw which hail involved lOWOttKQ iirrfertn n ecrrloc which only rc ijairwl 80 Iper oont of that nniouHt flyAeu4H struggllngwlth blink fdplVJ J were other means ftUtOr flrr which coHld bare taltal thes reelI nail Wife trust other than the sir + hloh did Hither of them would dtror1nggitnk or n lookout would hnvo been jlfkiy fajtsrlous Or n oomulnalton- FiFi ooutNllb11 Istarest Ilit the sloek- as other AeeHrltfas of tlMMtrulIM inuUl bore worked1 dei4orvibie dam On the naked plait wf overpro uF IN this disaster was fwnwl OH t iopto It could not lhare beet son had Ht Its principal onwra I irmHTd the iHoretnciit sash thm if the strength of their names to- tt ir rvitiiotten of values It seems + range that no leglshitlon onn IM en i salI whlcjt will Insure punUhment I awe commercial outlaws That It Wut affleets severely on the Haim of Tople whom the publlo rrcleota for rbe jllnchnrg of legislative life The Icollifin taught in the above dMoritad iHUUratlon is one which It Is wiMhim u Wc l Tho labor the wagcoarnort ire last given to the dwd ruction t nxlablishMl Indiwtrlrs than are he men who are In possession of the rtosmrlthah and who speculate to Idle fiUmate rctHm on the ottpltnl they bllllJnYnatel1cnp though It be of n liitiri oharneter Cincinnati KB gdirer POINTS AND OPINIONS Mt the oloie of the Bryan cam paign shouts a republican the gold lit the treasury was only W7000000 sow It Iis SIIOo 0ap And every dol lar was taken out of taxpayers pockets half pf them democratic taxpayers Cbttmgo Chronicle As the trusts are already for vnrdlng contributions to the repub lican oninpaign fund it Is not u violent presumption that they are entirely sat isfied With the IIntltrud rwolutlona of the republican convtmtlonlIelenaI- MouLlndependcnL The polltloal situation In the far waft may make It necessary for Mr UoKlnley to again journey toward the letting sun before the summer Iis over The republican campaign managers re hearing unpleasant news from the region bayond tha Mlsslsslppl Jloston traveler Had the McKinley adminUtra tion observed the pledge ofcongress and made Cuba free and independent withdrawn the troops and allowed the Cuban to govern themscl vestit eduld not be charged with responsibil ity for the Havana postal scandals U and Ilaplds Democrat Itcllef from the trusts through republican congress that openly up proves every piece of legislation au thorizing these commercial brigands tejf put their trends deeper into the peo ji pockets is as hopeless as trying to bola out the water from the sun with n sieve Kansas City Times llie reckless manner In which money has been squandered in the ad ministration of Cuban affairs as well as stolen by favorites of the white house and of Ilannn docs not give en cQiirngcinent to look forward with ap proval to the passage of the oat turn ing time Philippines over to the pres dent with n tree bond for tho next sixI monthshoston Post tit IIs still said tint the para mount ISHIIP of tho presidential cam pafgit will bo the reelection of Wil McKlriley IK William still n ralnt flare not sonic of the expos Urea of tho war with Spain und some the more recent startling revela lions dour n good dent to dim tho MoKInlcy halo Or will the people Battened with tho assurance that- thgcabinet Iis diyrnally considering till posboilico frauds with great gray ity Gild that the president is still a rpRect man Cincinnati En mifer N i 0 SBC I NAIL THE GyiLTY ONES The Nation h Hratmntlbla for tile Lusting ef the Cuban fast Ortce Unless congress shall take In hand the Cuban post ofllcc frauds nnd thefts whereby the Cuban people liars bet robbed of hundreds of thousands of dolI Sara by appointees of President McKIn ley and the United States has been put In the position of tin unfaithful trustee time foots of the crime are likely to I smothered In tho Interest of McKInt leys reelection At present the tin r pose of the administration seems to bon to make n show of activity In dealing with one or two of the culprits and then treat the whole subject as no longer of publlo concern Then tho plea will bo offered that the wrongdo Ing was liable to occur under any ad ministration and that when It was vigorously prosecuted 4n answer like this however dot not savor the case There have been dishonest officialsI It Is true under democratic ns well as republican rule 7although It IIs equally undeniable thou dishonesty on the part of public men Mae boon much suture frequent in re publican administrations than In dent imratlc and that the era of Itagrntrot corruption came In with the adrer of the republican tsmarty to power Those Cuban fraud howe + er have a turpitude till their own They bewn to that moat odious nlpas ef crimes breach of trust and worst of all they constitute breaches of trust not only on the part of those Innncdiatel nntlonalgoternncntlI e acts of his agenl so 1retMcnt MeKln Ihey U rot enslble and the notion uhleh he Is the heed Is ro peB lble fo ithe tooting of Culms post ofltoe trtaa ury by knaves whom MoKlntoy selected amid n 1I114Int rei- It IU IIff one sense ns tf a minister or aiiflMttMidnr of the United States adI mitted to a foreign otxirt OR th strength of Ids ortdentkil shout steal the purse or rob the treasury of the sovereign reotlring him Imo only way ta clear the boner of the United States whisk has been marred and tarnished by McKinley Cuban carpet baggers U for congress to stake an honest aad exhaustive Ini veUffatloii and fix the guilt and till reapansltitltty where they li toa no twitter hew high the aHeadec Tim C- eryof the dmcrat 1IH c Mtrr theHld ltl that of den Grant wkea saute of bU trvalat aco0lata prow l ta be rowsdrpts MIt no gantry Aaa eerA rape THE PEOPLE APPEALED TO ilstoys nt M Antlun HruBllHR fnr- Krrrtlum luniirril IIi y Ihp ltr l utillrnHi A Chhnge aloRintoyrgan the Trtb- a41 asncteut last tbo hoer eatvya fallI Into the error of appealing to the lKO pie directly InMead of through the government expresses IU tear that IIt- o dabtg they are IH danger at the outset ef beooadug the plaything af a demecralld political gathering It ls a trifle aurpriotag that the fee sign envoys of a tralkm strag Thug tel freedom are not vHtiltal to reeel the sympathy of the Ameriran peep or of that part of them allied ta the democratic party The suaplvton I tolled that If In the ItegfRniMg ofanthe South African war when the llritIlib were being mowed down like grAIl S JgHIc1tllUtlotlon pathy ot the repUhllaan party I ItIwould have been granted with n for vor enhanced by large raatribHtlons of money That indeed1 was the re ublloon sentiment unooHo led by thn republloan press anti utlltlal Anglo maniacs I The real fear of th republloan managers U not that the hoer envoy a will fall Into the hands of the demo ratio Philistines but because the put Icy of lie McKinley admlnUtratton has put Itself MO tar out of line wit free government whether abroad At home that It sees slipping away mm the partyt the affections of lrredom loving American people and1 cannot avail Itself of nay expressed1 nrmpathy for a struggling people tto add to Mr MoKlnleys chances of re election Since when tIs It thnt the American1 people are not free to express sent prnetlera that a greater right In the people ofI this country titan it Is the right of thei party In power to adopt a pulley Indirect opposition to the people and In jurious to their interests We t might bring on n terrible war Perhaps but would It not be in n bet ter cause titan bringing on an equally terrible war at time request of noncombatants to collect a few paltry thousand dollars alleged to be duo from Turkey on account of overvalued secondhand wearing a parel National Democrat The lle ulilcnn roller It IIs melancholy In those closing weeks of a session which promised so much of solid advantage to the nation to look back nnd sec how little has really been achieved and how much of thnt has been Inexcusably bungled It- sI so obvious as to be undeniable that In this congress tho democratic mi nority has thus far surpassed the re publican majority in the two vital qualities of skill and sand We have had not perhaps n Wasted but certain ly far from fruitful session The pop ular feeling iowurd republican eon gressional leadership is one of uncon nenlcil discontent U may easily be come a feeling of disgust iIf affalrsar not considerably bettered before ad journment For live months tho ra publican policy In congress has been IIn large part ono of temporizing compro raising and surrender Uoston Jour narItcn 1 dR MAN WITH BROOK C lq Ken York narnreni Perform a Operation and the Patient I Gelling Well That It Ie possible to save time life of A man with n broken neck Ili rondo mon nlfcst In the remarkable reap of Walter Ih Duryca who tla now almost tully recovered and who IB to bo removed from IlooieTclt hospital to his home in Olcn Cove 0Mr Duryca la the son of a wealthy manufacturer Last August ho was bathing nt Oyster boy and dived from dancing pavilion Into shallow water Ills head struck bottom and when he- wn pulled ashore it was found that his heck had been broken He was brought to New York placed in the Ilooierelt hospital and was operated upon by Dr Abbe knatrnaurgcone- d Medical men In all patio of the world have been eagerly awaiting result isThe young roan was very feeble for months after the operation Of late however his Improrement has been quite rapid anti he isI now nblo to use his panda eren to the extent of writ ttag Ir Abbe believes thathliwoadch ful patient wilt entirely recover ana that thus another triumph will be scored for modern targets itENGLAND A GOOD BUYER oAactsk11hlehtheAnierraFaenssracad England buys 60 per cent of all the termertsots Agent E I llarrli at Klbenitock In a report to limo slate department treating upon tthe extent of United States trade with urIourIatgreatestfieldMr Harris provides a table for the fia end year 18W09 showing that of our indround or 79 per coal more than all the rest of Europe combined In concluding Consular Agent liar rlsI states that Great Britain has never shown the enmity toward our home products of corn wheat lour beetand pork which JIBS been trident in other Kurep an nations and that the value of Englands market caanot be overestimated FINDS BIO PEARL IN MUSSEL Krr h Wat r Clans Dltfcer at bynv- vllle Wls Opaa- Nsr 1rli As far as known the largest and mptt valuable pearl riot found WM taken from a elam by John HayrnondfatLynx ville win recently The pearl weighs 134 grains and Is valued at more than 3000 as Hnymondha been offered this amount tae his jewel but ret llcd to take IL He lIRA a fine collection of pearls which he has found alonglhe Mlssls slppl1 river while digging for clam shells and nays he is going to take them to the Paris exposition Hay moor was at one time an engineer In th employ of the Milmnukea company andrelivingcEnaahaEdith Sessions Tupper has written article In which she tells men bow to set after marrying rich women If Edith will now pitch In and tell men how tn arrange the preliminaries the TlmraHerald of Chloago U confident It eau safely prettier An immense ell culation for her pamphlet Tfee Mulch Trnt flprendlaa Out Tit piatch trust baa several factories In Europe and bar now absorbed aa Important establishment laI South Anlrrlca TUB MAKKKTS 4CntumnuCinninauth Juno 4 r 10 ft 4 30 hSelect 10cfNKMn 03aD3fi111IlIlI GQJUUlSKi 121YfOllUSllrlnlWHKXTNo S COHN 71 No t i 4- 0lfAlChoice OATH No X fltlIIi IU HVK o J Gt t JI oo lesttff30IUVaCholet hAIIIItIOTATOKS iVr brl 1 GO t 1 rtJ- STOHACCO New 95 nt15a- Old 100 flfi 73 CIUCAOO- FIOUIJ Win patent 3 00 ere fl 70 IJIYzNo111COItyltYJ34yTrno14AnnJ NESS YORK 55WIIKAT1 y COHN No 3 mixedr flare OATS No 2 20- KVK I mlxloclIIII 01J POHK Me t12 W LAIlUStcnin G D- O1JALTIMOHU 05Southern7SCOHN41VOATSJitlACATTLKl 50HOGSINDIANAPOLIS 71COHN r OATSNo2 mixed 2J LOUISVILLE lLOUIl Win patent 4 h3rg 4 30 71COHN42OAT8Mxi 23POHKLAHD Stcnm fe 6 50 n c i t F w Tr c1 j r y i f i NNOTES FROMWASHINGTOP- Iteiii I of General Interest from the National Center of Legislation RErWICANS PLAYING A SHAM GAME Failure of Canard 10 IeuUlnfe Acnliikt TriiMlk Tlir Culinu Steel nud MtuliiK Truublr Iiuprrlnllaru UnlntiiK i round llnimna Fund Hfaurl Bpcclal Correiponderee Tho republican are In a Wue funk cOlllltryla glalnteIncciiiHtltutionul onieudnicnt fell no flat that it became Imperatively Jlecetory to conitruct loRnetiiing else thnt could- he URCil for a eampnlni carccror The wnys and nfenns committee in holding1 night itrMlons and calling In the bt legal talent to aid It In draw ing up whnt the republican advertise UK a rval anUtrut bill Thin ii going t2be eonitltutloiiAl nnd 11 will Hjuoez ill the water outt f trust and prevent them from Olto rearIng tilt people raid a rupublloan M ho Bland wry high in admluUt ration icounrlU It was pointed out that the date sei Tor the Introduction of the bilk wouldII Only bo n week before adjournment I und that the chance were very muchI Hgalniit Its being rnhv4through bothI louLe II even If the republican majority ilcfclrcd such n result Well of court It may not be poundII thin mlon Mid thin wune optimistic manufncturer of campaign mutcrliil fbut nt any rate It will show tlit peo plu what we Intent to do and thought to keep the republican In power when their Intention areso good I The trouble IIn that the people have prow tired of promise and good In trntlorm on the part of till republic kmu They had a rluar majority In both houMi nnd could have panned any de iilml antltruKt legl Iatlon long ago lriif fRet 111 thnt they never Intended toI meddle with the trusts and have only been frightened Into n aha in display bf opposition at ibis late date booatmo Ilic voter of the noun try ore already Voicing their Indignation at a party fehlrh not only refi OtI to rentrnln tho rtiiUclilevinm temlencle of trusts but actually promotes their Interest n 1I tar as Ioulble by power of congrees r llrinlillmn VrHrnar Kven If n really effective nntttrimt taw were pained the republican could itlwiiyi find on attorney gnural likej the pre ent one who would declare the air Inoperative A propokltlan to MAtnUft trjjtJ11 JiiIi i bft In rhtt wjnT1fmIithPJTJ1Tif ldy bill OH one Mile of It and the armor plat Rteal on the other not to say anything of the opjxjrtunltle for tnst exploitation MI genoroimly furnished In legislating for Porto Itlco outside the rtinntllutinn and leaving1 the Philip pines In the control of the president i which means Mark Hannn and his frleniis The republicans nre a little lato with thick pretense of restraining trusts This cnngrvsa will he Judged on whatt it actually did In relation to trusts not what It proponed to do The Cuban Ioatnl Pinail Tht Cuban jiostul fraud gave one object lenMin on tho effect of Imperial Jem and the Investigation of the Idaho mining troubles and the application of martial law glvm s twin IONlon as to the dangers of nillltnrtNm and n big muling army Tlie republlcwn majority of tilt hoiihc rtimmittee on military attain try to Justify tin un uf Tutted States troopsi In IirpriM iilnir anti finally exiling n vvliour rnly jirovpn offense was TTTT bersljip In a tobor union Tin 1ft workrrK of Hw MMmiry will tin tat to note this end iirv frar that nJlltarlmn will he found n much more oonvcHtrnt toll than Jir tsrI injunction when ever HII rtiiwtrlnl dlnturlmnce occurs It is n t n1 the punishment of tin Holer leWho Is condemned On tic ontr r the labor orbImtatIonI all over tl country have aondemneil the rlot and put tliemselvwi on record In favor oT punching1 the guilty to the fulleit extent of tho low The trouble 1s that the administration and lt pnrty ncom 10 think thnt martini law is a good nulifctttiito for state and federal law and Hint It docs not matter how many innocent men are punished on suspicion that thwy urcexerelsing their rights as dtlrens in belonging to n union The minority report on tho Idaho trouble shows thnt Otiu Jferrlam anti Oov Steumnbcrg cooperated In an application of martial law which line no precedent In this country Kjery nccumttntt as to the cruelties of the bullpen was sustained nml It was shown that martini law Is Mtlll In force In Idnhn for the sole purpose of enforc Jug the permit system The wage workers of the country nro nlnrmid nt this disposition to takeaway from them the protection of the constitution and substitute nu frrc frpinslble mllltnrisnt One of the first results of the Idaho investigation Is eliown In Speaker Hendersons report to President McKlnley thnt tho army reorganization bill cnnnot pnps tho lioiwe He sold If It did the next house would surely be democratic The drill ocratic congressional commit tel Is sure ihnl It will be democratic nn way but the administration Is very ranch Rrlcvcil ocr the failure of the army billS Aitplicntlon of Iini rlnJI ni While an ndjournmenl early In lunc- Js confidently advertised tile repub llfinns there is plenty of work on hnnd H fllr cbuJriCM The hoiue liiflkes slow progress with the Alaskan code It Ii a most voluminous bill and the demo tcndenc3tomost objectionable features Among other things it IB proposed to very much extend tho power of the ad nilnUtrntionappolntud judges and to maybethe application of imperialist notions that Is taking the power from the puo pIe and putting it Into the hands of tho ndmlnUirntlon The Philippine bill tarries in the senate but will probably get through the house without much debate It is a foregone conclusion thnt congreu will let the Philippines alone and dl rect the president to pursue any policy lie chooses Thn republicans arc so thoroughly flea red over the Cuban rot tenneis that they dread any mention of thud Philippines The scandals are much greater there but the adnilnls tratlon hopes to censor everything tin til after election llntiiinn CnnuinlKii Piinil Mark llnnnns campaign fund is by no means as large nt lie desires Tho various interests which he nisoMcd so successfully four years ago nro very slow In contributing this time Ho the republicans Instcnd of boasting of their ISfi000000 campaign fund as they did n few weeks ago are talking of a eArn paign of education That Is n pleas ant euphemism for n campaign of mis representation Hut even that takes a lot of money Mud the congressmen who voted for the Porto Rico bill oral otheradministration iniquities under a promise of n big campaign fund are very much disheartened over the pros JOt of facing indignant constituents and trying to make a campaign on principle The dem6crnts can do that repubIkanus congressInADOLPh PATTRHSON TO DEMOCRATIC CLUBS William It llruril 1rrnlUent of llir tlonnl AnuelHllon Innuen Itil Aldrr Washington May Utr William It Hearst president of the National Association of Democratic Clubs had a formal conference with the princi tonIat tho Metropolitan hotel regarding tho plan of campaign to be followed in the approaching1 presidential strug gle Senator Jones chairman of the democratic national committee RepI resentative Itlchardson democratic 1lameler in the house and ciiairman of JudgeIChnuucey P lllnck 3leprw tntative Elnydcn nnd others wcrit present It wns agreed that the democratic na tlonnl committee the Association of Democratic Clubs und tho democratic congressional campaign committee should work In harmony At the close IIiTo the DemocratIc Clubs anti Societies of the 1nlteU Htatwi Ircent ovenU In the lilstnn1 uf the Vnltetl Htatr point to the apjiroachlnc onnlvcnwry of the birthday or Hiii imtlon as a day that should be eo bratrd with special fervor this year There are those la U o nation who seek to crvato the IniprrnMon that the American people have outgrown their love for the Just prln elitles of government txprrmsed In the IXc Inrnllon of Independence and art ready to surrvmlcr their moral leailnrchlp among nations In order to gratify a newly born In stlnct for Imperial power founded on a colonial system All the democratic chubs and societies are eornritiy roquratHl to as wmble on tie Fourth of July and all patti cUe cltlteas recardlerai of ptitt party arnil atlonp lire urged to join with thorn In a now PllKv of lldollty to tho republic ns thin fathom made It Let the people of the fnltul CMle unite In tholr various cities towns and villages In a demonstration of the confidence they reel In this form of guy ornment under which the nation has grow to 1U prevent greatness The dancer which threaten the country Is real and Imminent It nffoit appropriate therefore that clll xns wl beUevlf that this Declaration of Independence Is not merely on academic doctunent should meet together on this day and give voice to the national lien tI ment that aU tarn are flted free and equal and Hut Ices must be no subject colonies under the American flag IIlMHST1rtWldMtocrallc Oubft 1 rla Uicu to Hi Iltlnl The Porto lUaan uonbuitur y the juggling of iar udmlnlKtratlon barred as a citizen of Jiie rvpiibiloinust im port from the I jilted Siati all article lhiigicyI ebcwhcri and it cliargt Mm this toll Corn 3 ceut ir bnhll corn meal JI cunts JUT liughet oatmeal 2 perburlheJh cloth tier yard valued at IS cents G mills wire nails per pound 1 4 mills boots and dimes valued nt 1 037 cents eloeksrcneh dollar of value 6 cents lard each pound at 0 cents 3 mills butter each pound valued nt 14 emits 0 mills soap on ench pound valued at 10 cents 3 mills benns per bushel 7 cents household furniture on enoh dollars value 007 cents earth enware common on each dollars val ue OSS cents glassware common on each dollars value OC7 cents dried herring per pound 1 mill fuehetes It Is punting to note go In free of duty The Verdict A Ilepiilillcnn Trick If the republicans congress really hnd a remedy for trusts hIlld they hold It till tie last days of the session when it Is Impossible to get It through I The constitutional amendment will take years to become Incorporated In that Instrument even if it is started on its course immediately As a rem edy It Is n joke This report of the house judiciary committee Is so trans parently n campaign dodge thnt it will IoU flat The republican McKlnley ad ministration line BO diligently pro mated trusts and all their works that a pompous antitrust declaration by a congressional committee will not de ceive the people as to the party ntH tude on the subject After election we shall hear no more of the proposed ninemliiiPiil St Louis 1oitIpatc3k- 414 IT MADE DIFFERENCE One Instance IB Which Society Had Dramatic Critics Did Not Agree From the Daily Grind May B 1899 re dMiVioletIt CamIllelaitout Command of stage technique that many predicti ul1l1g careertierones in dramatic history 1000tiTheopenedatSeldom has the dear old cheitnut been so badly donethe wonit offender being Violet thetitlethat plainly slowed her to need years and years of training before she will be filto be ornamentInproud height of the drama at tentwent thlrt Jiiw Waters ia a frost Too Frank Uroadwayhadat a bargain and by iutting J vrice oUI rapidlyforfor that money He put one of tluuuita on u form and let It in front of his tore with a tlgn About its neck which one of his mart club had painted on a piece of cardboard Till announced the price Then he and Ifs clerk prepared to do a roiling business buytheder and at length he determined to gout signThissuite 15 They wont nit long Pedentri ana patting bysaw the siga and smiled at its frankness The merchant tore down the sign from the suit and the clerk who had designed it started out to look for another job N Y Herald A Ilrionrcefal Ilirmte A kindhearted clergyman was lately compelled to dismiss a clever gardener who used to purloin hit fruit and vegetables For the take of his wife and family he gave him a character and this iis how he worded it II hereby certify that A II ins been my cardener for over two years arid that dur frlg that time he got more out of my garden enuphoytdCoUzeraWeekly Electricity In Capsule This new compound which is made from cheap chemicals is put up in capsule form quantiLrofwaura house drive an automobile or even a railroad train Hut this is nothing compared to botUe andkldnervigor of health She NrTrr Heard of the Bronx River Mrs Grogin PatV get a job in the lubework up on the Bronx Mrs ugllnAnah Oive sftcn rid ar thim broocblaltubrlJudgc Do Your Feet Ache and Burst Shake into your shoes Allen FootEate a powder for the feet It makes tight or New itchingSwollenSwrath Feet All Druggists and Shoo Stores It1 t 25c Sample tent FREE Ad dress Allen S Olm ted Le Uoy N Y lie Knew Papa Perhaps you dont understand what proUoer i- sJohnnyOiu yes lIes a man that roots for the hoer Puck To Cure Cold In One Day Alldrugglstmrefund lUd Timrs1Te has always run hw bus nee like clockwork Yes and now his PhiladelphiaIiuhkta liflOs Core iill the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat and IndocbinJicatnDillyNews II IAI Promotes DigcalionChccrrur nc3sandRcstContalnsnelihcr Opium 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etc IIii I L 7PI i i f S J JTHOUSANDS DIE IN ROAD SIDE DITCHES i Shocking and Revolting Scen Resulting From the Plague IndiaIVictims Cannot be Buried anDI Vultures Jackals and II ff j Dogs Scatter the Pes 1 I tHence j Bombay Juno 3Louis Klopsob ofr ChristiayU r Herald who arrived here May 14 and started at once on a tour of the famin stricken districts has returned after traveling through the most sorely ami ten portions of the Bombay residenc mnkrf rdioghisofservations Everywhere 1 meet the most shocking and revolting scenes The famine camps have been swept by cholera nndJJsmall pox Fugitives scattering in 1 directions and stricken In flight were I found dying in the fields and roadside ditches The numbers at one relief MaFulion was increasing at the rate of 10000 dayIj At Godhera there were 3000 deaths Ifrom cholera within four days and a- l mtiaf l Dohad 4000 in the same period The t rhosplta death at Dohad wasoo per cent The condition of the stricken filsnply beggars description AIR AND WATERJXPREONTXVc Air and water were impregnated with an intolerable stench of corpses At Am I hedabad the death rate in tho poor fInewcorpses In every fourth cot there was a t corpse The thermometer read 115 in ed the shade Millions of flies hovered i around the uncleanscd dysentry patients I visited the smallpox and toai wards at Viragam All the patients i nI1 Or t cots Otherwise their condition w litII fairII can fully verity tho reports that vul1 I lures dogs and jackals are dovourin the dead Dogs have been seen running about I puIj I c I the native officials are hopelessly und j t heartlessly Inefficient Between tho famine plaguo mid cholera the condiI I 1 1lionof Bombay presidency is now worse J perkihd r I ales have been blotted out Tho spirit c of the people is broken and there may be something still worse to come when 1 the monsoon breaks t n wAI nlib to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy hue done for our famI have used it in so many cases 1 orcoughs lung troubles and whooping coughs and it has always given tho most perfect satisfaction we feel great I ii 1 indebted to the manufacturers of thisf remedy aad wish them to please accept MrS abyud A M Shaw State Line Druggists BLOOD WILL SETTLE IT ftTwo1 te Attack the South Now York Juno 4lt took tons of blood to put tho fifteenth amendment in to the constitution and it will I toIj be ready to demand an eye for an oyo jI I and a tooth for a tooth for there is com I ing a great crisis for negroes in this cQ un I ryePjI Thus spoke T Thomas Fortune amass t a r meeting of negroes held In Brook lyn yesterday to celebrate the 100th an niversary of tho birth of John BrownIFortuno declared that tho negro prwI atolution There wore 200000 negroes with GenII Grants army when Lee surrendered IIoome8jII Mere will be 2000000 lighting negroes will1 I be anxious to g e throats i bite men of the South E I i llII Ml pl t IN MEMORIAM They softly sleep who die when lifo wellIi spent1Vhosohearts pro tired by duties done And loving hands have kindly lent Their soothing touch to suffering onesf For them lifes hallowed noontide com lWitb warmest rays without its pom and glare Death sets his woo upon the homo Which throughout life was bright and lair- ast fall our tears oer blighted dreams For though an angel now in heaven For hot dear life oh hard it seems To us was only lentnot given T yearsTheHave passed away trots And she host not lived in vain Could wo but whisper to that vanished soul deepAndSay know cst all ore cometh sleep chilledljlessAnd loving lips now silentstilled And lifes a void without her now And yet my sorrow is commhI d with some joy 1 cclualthosoThatAnd all Heavens glory knows I saw not Deaths cruel stroke heartesaw And found a lifo tram death apart 1 saw not the silent messenger come angelwingedbreezeVhen To higher courts of ease I e erearI Lies hidden neath the f warm May sod i plaeoTo ronch1h short Hut bo it mine no more can speech Communicate till my pilgrimage is oer Oh dear can sorrows cloud of earth oer stain f frIQ painThatbMethinks sayY j awaybELLA BKATTY McGEIIEEt I Cayce Ky May 21 1000It j I Fine Farm for Sale I My farm jocated in MADRID BEND lton County Ky containlngii 1000 ACRES oro or lless 180 in cultivation 8 of this clover flfllWP Rf R tUlllU I DHftttflfH JUofl U Q tfiuF W w IVVV mm goatternsI necessary outbuildings Also good tenant houses lots stable cisterns and wells all fences in brood repair This land will yield 1 bale of tton per acre or 40 bushels of Corn remainder of the land is well Um beredAbout 000 acres of this land timber subject to overflow Terms reasonable For further particulars and terms ap MRS SUSAN MKQILL Owensboro Ky MRS ROWESA OARKIOAK as5254t Bessie Tonn ColumngUnder this headinvill hereafter be blished notices not TO exceed 0 lines from farmers who are subscribe prodictaGood milk tOws lor sale Apply to 0 L nOdE Cow for Sale Fine Durham Cow with young calf Apply to W P Gonujr FOE SALE Ono fine brood mare neatly a tbor anyhereG maneandperfectly gentle anybody can drive him Will fell one or both for cash or credit M A MCDANIEL State LinoII THE STEVE STAR Livery and Feed M table e Clinton Street west of Hickman Wag BuggiesHOrsCIIdation given Your patronage solicited ft1O1llII1E AND OHIO RAILUOADt takeTHE POPULAR LINE FOR IBt Louis Chicago St Paul Omaha Kan polntlNortbleant Mobile IHrraingham Nash tllle Chattanooga Montgomery Thomas vllle Atlanta Augusta Charleston Sa vannah Jacksonville Temps Port Tam- S Miami and all solute in the Bonlh salt Elegant Ventlbuled First CluB Coaches WIth smoking room and complete toilet and lavatories for ladies and gen chrgedlthVestibuled Palace Sleeping Cars with Drawing Room end Buflet between 81 Louie oiul Mobile New Orleans Mont goraery Thomosvllle sod Jacksonville FlA- E B DLAIIt Traveling Passenger Agent J2 lIT pp A Ji t9- w fl d RESOLUTIONS OmcKSlECT K of P OASTIB IUIA I- IflOKMAN IiODQB No tG1I OP P J At a called meeting uf this LOOK held on the Cth dayf June lOCO the following resolutions were adopted s wipdom and mercy hnsbtn pleased to call1 to Isis eternal home our esteemed friend and brother Sir Knight M n SHAW thus terminating that lias been crowned with good and knightly deedlI Unsolved Thathvoboqw in bumble sub I mission to willof 5lim who U too wise to err and too good to afflict Resolved That thUI Lodge und Breth ten of the mystic lie have lust a gat and faithful member tho fatally n kind 1loving husband and father and the citizenResolved the be reaved family our heartfelt sympathy in this their great loss but point them to Him who in tho Great Comforter the Supreme Friend to tho widow and the 1erl q Resolved That these ro lution be theylIaB H SAVDPIIS T T SWAYNT J Com- E aRICK 1 Would Not Slitter So Again For rUff Timeu Its Price I awoke lost night with severe pains bldlvinwork this morning I felt so weal 1- Millercould hardly work I went to ommendetiChaworlains ColicCho a and Diarrhoea 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