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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pL r + C a- r Is JJI r f A t tl f f It i E J THEHICKM4N COURIER IIJ i iii J zrTERN KENTUOKYf i ESpABLISHED 18 r 9CU1 T Cf JUNE 15 1900 VOL XXXV NO 89r t DP Jamey White Faris Dead The community way deeply hocked and painedI last Monday morning by the announcement of tho death of Dr White Fnrto whtoh occurred Sunday night at thu residence of Dr A A Vans attar an Illnurirt of about two weeks caused from tho unknown disease which for several months past has been prevalent In our midst Just ono your ago ho cnmo to phYslolanandAlox1nrjaIprokwefonalIyoung man over started out on Ills on progxctsthan4ty he had SON6 unaeaithigly day and night whenever nailed until Ju Innn ivlatlm bi1z elf to the l1ljgtfuu with wlitoh ho had dono nil that ho could to learn about and rollova Had ho livid he would hero beon in years old Wed ofhisusefun aloabaldertoknowtIned considerate If ho had u fault we uOUllllnlonrorl they loved him Btxks olumos Tho hearts of his relative rand friends horo are lowed in drop sorrow over hU un timely death while of his homo in Cu rUlhorylllo his lather and inothur ids ten and brothers of wliom ho was prido Only1haflllatlun can know tho depth of their MaytodI lovingboartstogot for him during his linens In our mftutiful cemetery ho llas at rest in hit lower covered grnvo wife from tho Inev itable huartucho that comutf oonor or later to all whu linger on earth while thorn who are boruo down boneath Its weight now can only how in submission to the will of him who death all things well and In the Great Beyondg JHH ThiNk fIU YjjJUst think what would hat happened p + atAwutniwrtslitjift yTenn had bo born using en out of datea lofUiand machine But thanks to Dr Williams or soma one okoM good judg manbhumuubinoiniued him MuCormiok about two sayxhadho probably would have boon killedor ruined for mOo In the future If you want uptodate machinery call on B II RHBVK3 CO lllokman Ky The heroics 1roiperilr Tho steady rite In the price of beer and other kinds of meat boars rather hard on tho city dweller but it cull attention to the armor anal livu KLook breeder Tho Union Stockyards Company of Omnhn which in situated in tho food StalesGusthoro huH been an advance of W per hun tied pounds on live hags nnd tl n hun tired on beovcs Supper Thursday Night i The ladle of tho Episcopal1 Church tutnouuco an Ice cream frupnor at the j homo of Mr and Mrs J W Rogers Thursday night next A pleasant eve I inIvttdThu St Louis strike la about ovor t 1 rho imiuUitivo enumerators are ViII JUnK the people floury his homo county endorses Judge Iryor for Governor Tho llOlitlunllllud machines are now a 1 stowing uII material to ho used In the campaign Tho average politician dread of the country future can always bo removed by electing him to nn office carrying a t good Biliary and 1poniv1 t It iis not surprising that To Have Everybodypretty girls to public offices t Col G A C Holt now Brig Gun Forests Cavalry has iasuod un order designating his staff amongst thom Mn jor S P Kidgcway and MaJ Polk Wil 1 lingham of Graves All expected top attend the Ro Union at Bricos Crosn 1t toads Tho glorious 1th Is to bo celebrated nt Union City by Athletic gporta and an old time Fiddlers Contest J W Bur Fiddlenator every ohi tiddler In the country Go- r and have a good time Tho temperance lecture of Rev Mr LlklnB at the Mothodlst Chumh Wod i ncsduy night way attended by u select but not largo audience and the lecture Ipronounced sound nnd eonsiblo The i tSsong nnd recitation service by Miss t Thorpe was splendid Tho locluco was to bo repeated last night r Tho Teachers Joint Institute of Hick span and Fulton counties meets in Ful 94 ton July and continues ft days Juan W Withers of Lebanon Ohio In r structor Every teacher of a Common School or a Graded Common School Is required to attend under penalty of bay lug certificates revoked f i if f II b cY E I rtE HH mm n srtt- tI 41411 r Special wap wr v i I 411 g E iJU11eSdIeS 411 w I Weve too many goods oil Kai f The season has been late and Stimmpri 4a s= J jgoods bare been slow to e nnd although veve done thrijjgg =businiss in our historYf fPcnrly ljO percent more than laty JC r = still wi find too ninny gox house Then too u big hUNlaesA makes remnants and Icaveighany odds and ends To clean these out = and reduce our big stocks shall hold u =a tIh SPEC JUNE SALE r4I iff= to elonLJ19 through I and shall uiffr prices is every d deiart a t == rngj1U9 Attract and lthaJ1ods to E Mipitbryi c lattlaOV Puttorn hats left They were oWJ 39 00 nUll 760 = iUlIJfK SALE PRIDEt 408 and GOO Wo also havo a few fliiaiHata of our own Tniui minK that w6zoE9 7CrindGa00 r r JUNE SALE PIUQ I 3b0 to 60- 04I 01 Sailors nuil Street Bats that word 82 175 to 756 JUNE SALE PRIDE IOc and 5125 E Silk Waists E t Havo sold lots of Silk Wo1tAth1Jf season and have only about a dozen loft Wovo ml1ll tinuuA on these to nave thorn Some vory tine Waists that were 850 and 7f0 = JUNE SALE PRICE unS4iUd8 rntiesthat were 560 find 300 JUNE SALE PRICE J3 rBlackSilk Capes 1 tom at staralms thatf old nL fo Cajx that were MXO 8CO and 200 JUNE SetLI11RICE12G1J3 350 IJiir in every which we invite your attention = te4I rUI r Tile Big Four The Dom State Convention couvone yesterday In Louisville had only befor- It the sending of delegates to the Nation al It no doubt Instruoted for J35Iln Tho four delegates for the iStutom largo wo guess are Senator Blackburn Governor McCrcary Alto soy McQuown and John K Hondrick Citizen or Subject On tho iuostion of expansion Mr Dry an declarer If the Phihplno is to lii u under our domination ho must bo either citizen or subject If ho is to bo a citip zen It must be with a view to participat ing nnd in making of our laws If tho Philipino is to bo a subject our ford o government must be entirely changed A republic can have no subject While In Town Cull In at B E Reeves i Gos and ggo his nice line of Carriages md BujjgTpSj tYoung Mens 17 In Buggies are now ou of sight Both young ladies and mar vied ladies nro specially invited Uor Huclincr Going Abroad Gov Uimou Bolivar Buckucr nccom paulcd by his wife and son Simon Itol ivar Buckucr will Ball shortly for a trip abroad They will take the Med iturraneau trip going to Naples amit other Italian places nUll will later tat lu time Paris Exposition They will i gone until tho middle of October tinglatid Weald Kick On Its taco tho story that the lie cnJ now propose to make an otter to ifrwll dent McKinley looking to tho annexa lion of the Orange Free State mid thoI Transvaal Republic by tho Unltwj Saut- is more or less absurd It Is not prob able that President Kruger orNil advis- ors believe that tho United Stales could consider such u propositionlior that Great Britain would submit Whiny action looking to the annexation of ho territory In South Africa which jp claims i under British suzorhnlty thoro would bo no excuse for Americay Interference along such lines f HECKIIAMS STATUS dlie Is in Itculltr Lieutenant Uorerno- o and Not Governor j Many questions have been asked as to the status of Governor Beckham since the decision of the Supremo Court Is ho Governor or Lieutenant Governor Will thoro bo n governor elected this lallY What is the status of the Repub lican Lieutenant Governor Mr Marshall If Beckham should run for Gov ernor and be reelected would Marshall1 d the decision of tho Supremo Court governor Beckham is not in reality Governor but is Lieuten ant Governor nnd consequently eligible ro vacancies in the otllco of Lieutenant Governor I Tko Chinese Affair It is impossible yet awhllo to correct I eign residents in China to safety an Vuinimity of the Chinese government itself or how long it will tako tho for eign powers to put it down At tho present moment it loons serious enough But tho Chinese mire not a war like taco in tho modern acceptation orI tho term They do not possess the in struments of modern warfare nor under good citizens as tho edict characteriz ed tho boxers to order ono Is to know that American lives andI property will be protected c sprain and would soon bo woll but It grew worse and tho doctor then said I had It continued to get worse null I could hardly get around to berlains Pain Balm 1 tried it and ono i I J I 1 llSitit Underskirts ri 1 1 =t and a oo WNE SALT PRICE 398n 1 1r = i1l S iIt1Weve made some heavy cuts In these ICCSJ p l =1S11 STIERI ARE f p Remnant and Odd lots Silks that were 85 tojfoTUNE sALE PRICIJ lfic I I 750 and too Silks +r r NE SALE PRIOE25ol s8121 amid 100 Silks iUNE SALE PRICE p A Wooll ClEallles mss rworth We tJUNE SALE PRICE 7i fijc E lt rt rt c f E n nc ens aawohav too many Iq toot were 20o JUNE SA E PRICE 160 411 E Heavyrednctions made Department to LP W SELL SON 3 UNlI1111U uuuuuuumumuuuuuuUUUUU UUUUUUR CosgnLlon jr wouluNotwithstanding ptboxt orforeign abledsetfrohnoInwhithandling slightsrheumatism tlrdruggist entirolysfrlondsF ItisLineDruggtsts 411IUVerof6LO Skirts fJNEBARGAINS uumuuuuuuUUUUI CONGRESS OP DAllIES AND WOHEN rTho National Congress of Mothers which recently completed Its annual ses aloe ih Des Moines might learn some valuable concrete lessons from another congress which has been in session in St Louis The congress in St Louis has not been discussing such great topics as ThotPowcr of Organized Motherhood to Benefit Humanity nor passing mao lutiop calling for legislation of a broad er and wider scope for dependent child roeS oh deliberations undoubtedly ro dour d to tho benefit of the social true ture but IIP tho St Louis congress of mot ers tho members appear in their attic il capacity ay mothers and not as soci 1 economists Tho mothers in the St 1 outs Congress have had a sterner dut to perform Each individual member t tho Congress has had before her the uty of demonstrating to all tho war 1 within observing distance and to u cote iii of judges in particular that herd sill la tho handsomest most good nature best bred brightest and most cheerful child on earth that it has the prettiest dimples tho merriest laugh the sweetest eyes and that it talks walks trulyIf the members of tho other Congress I of mothers could have observed the St Louts Congress they would undoubted ly find things in need of reform In the- o relation of theso mothers to their off spring Their wellmeant advice would however havo fallen on unhcaring ears A mother with the token of her mater sits on her urn dons not yield to tho mother whoso token of her maternity Is at homo and its place on her arm occu- cupicdby u thesis on a parents duty to the child I 100000000 ThePhlliI1 ins Islands have cost the United States over ono hundred and fit ty million dollars And this expense is Increasing at tho rate of more than ono milllor dollars per week and all this is drenched in blood Now isnt this a1 P Jjyuoss for a free republic to bo en gagedlnf iJ 7 UNINVITING OUTLOOK Tho Philadelphia Times recently interviewed members of Congress of hot I political parties on the effect of Pred- dent i McKinleys reelection Of tho Republicans interviewed oven General Grosvenor who is recognized as the vessel iu which all the adminis ration virtues are safeguarded and di gested could advance only glittering generalities In such an argument tho Democrats can well content themselves with say lug simply Tho effect of the reelection of President McKinley will bo to keep things as they are now It McKinloys reelection would retain tho tariff on Porto Rico in defiance of tho United States Constitution would continuo enslaving tho Philippines m disregard of tho principles of the Declaration of Independence would pro servo the protective tariff and foster th trusts of which tho tariff has been the parent would keep up tho alliance with England which has already helped that country to destroy tho independence of tho South African Republics and which has tried to turn a Nicaragua canal built with American money and labor over to tho control of Great Britain wont cnrIa ed States that it should bo Independent It is when Americans tho probable effect of the reelection of President McKinley that they make a their minds drmly that sncn an event shall not como to pass Republic Pistols and toffee DIY A report was published In tho St Louis Post Dispatch last week to tho effect that Editor Jim R ilhclm of th Paducah Register and Congressman Olios K Wheeler would tight a duel with deadly weapons Time report win I tho form of a telegram dated PnduJJ cab null said tho alleged trouble booI tween tho two men was duo to an edtI tonal in the Paducah Register charging Wheeler with sending his w itoa clothJJ lug homo in a box labeled public doonIments expressfrom 1 chargesfoundation 1 A NATIONAL NEGRO PARTY A Presidentiall Ticket With Negro Candidate to be Raced IB the Field first stops looking to tho organi nation of a National Negro Party were taken in Philadelphia lost week Prom inent negroes bishops ministers edi r tors and layyers held a meeting andY decided to place a presidential ticket iu every State in tho Union and nominate candidates for State and Congressional offices The names mentioned for President include oxJudgo E J Walker of Dos ton with ox Lent Governor Pinch back of Louisiana as running mate Bishop Turner of Georgia with Booker T Washington of Alabama as Vice Iii President together with a number of itother prominent negroes The platform it is said will insist upon the observance of the constitutionII of the United States the civil and po litical rights of every citizen without l regard to race color or condition the Monroe doctrine and opposition to all monopolies trusts and rings and the duty of the government to control all public conveyance such as railroads etc and all the telegraph and telephone operations so as not to burden the peo plo with unnecessary taxation i is expected that tho Convention will be called to meet in Philadelphia in August t WHAT BISHOP TURNER THINKS OP IT A Bishop Turner of Atlanta Ga one of tho bishops of tho A M E Church when informed of the projectto form a I national uC ro party expressed doubts as to any practical results from tho or ganization if it is intended to be a po litical party In the ordinary sense for the reason that tho negroes compose a small minority of tho voters He ad ded 11 am in favor of a national no gro party which will enable the negroes to move to a place whcro they canbe by themselves 1 tako no stock in any movement which does not contemplate the separation of rho races 1 h t llaee etywk 1 Root submitted to tho Sonata a report of American casualties In tho Philip pines from tho date of occupation to May 24 1000 It shows that 48 officers and COS unlisted men woro killed in ac ition or died of wounds received 22 oil cers and 1138 men died of disease and 7 officers and 77 enlisted mon committed suicide making a total death list of 70 officers and 1771 enlisted men In the same period 128 officers and 1830 enlisted men suffered wounds which did not prove fatal The number of troops in I the Philippines on Aril 30th lust was 2320 office and men DECISIONSiThe Court of Appeals passed on five cases from Marion county involving in dictments against tho L N Railroad Company fcr discrimination in tho freight rates and decided in favor of tho rail road Tho Court was decided Judges II azolrigg Burnam Durello and Hobson concurring in the majority opinion while Judges White and Guff concur red in Judge Paynters dissenting opine ion Tho majority opinion holds that when a railroad hauls wheat to a mill and flour from it there is no discrimina tion if the railroad hauls the same mill its fuel at a less rato than it charges other persons In tho same town WAR IN ST LOUIS 0The war in St Louis continues Tho engagement on Sunday resulted in four deaths and many wounded Peace seems tar distant and tho streets of St Louis are becoming as dangerous to penceablo citizens as portions of China are to mia sionaries dHow muck longer Li this state ot af fairs to continue Moro than a month has elapsed since tho strike began and the death list is increasing Mon who dont went to work have tho right to strike and quit But they have no right otherspwho are willing to work from taking their places nor havo they the right to prevent people from rifting in street cars Such extremes havo been reached in St Louts passion and animosities have grown so great that women are clothingetorn from them and they narrowly es cape death at the hands of a mob willIashave to end what will be the gain The railway company will have lost im mouse sums tho strikers will have lost wages and in nearly all instances posi tions and the other labor unions will have depleted their treasuries Besides sorrow mourning and want will have boon brought to many honraholds tIre results of tho loss of life 1 rit the Hickman Courier GEORGE WAUKEN Publlahcr IIICKMAN r KENTUCKY 1H p yt W t k11 1t r+ 1N d JUNE J900 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thar FrI Sal J 2 1 34 56 7 8 Q v0 J 2314J5 j718 19 20 2122 J61 324 25 26 27 28 29 nFit 4 + iii n mi r n lv CURRENT TOPICS I Western Australia has thirteen bank holidayssUcorgla is very proud of a 1153 jiound hog dTheover 100000 tons a CnrItavnacinntcd persons nro not per mitted to rote in Norway In Chile twothirds of the public school teachers am women Louisiana 4 per cent bonds are evil ing at 10083 and interest Womens colleges in England are said to bo filled to overflowing Woodstock Gn is to have a cot ton teed oil mill and a rope factory- W S Withani Atlanta On is pres ident of thirty banking institutions Free lunches in saloons have been forbidden by the Des Moines council The only European country which bas n lower death rate than Kngland is orwny The Swiss cabinet consists of seven members eTch of whom draws 400 per nnnumcPaul Hcye the German nocllstc ftas made his debut as a painter at the age of 70 One Georgia fruit grower has ort shiphisThe air is so clear Jn Zululand that ftInctlyf A reduction of postage in Egypt from rue plaster to n quarter of a plaster resulted in doubling the numtber of letters postedsCharlotte is n corruption of the old English word cliarlyt which means c dish of custard and charlotte rusae iui Russian charlotte The greatest height ever reached In a balloon wns 3G1GO feet Two of the three aeronauts who made this csqent wore nuTo jntcd 11 Mhcniitlrifr ot peoYriF W iuTiiS the regular oyster of commerce is n rare ocourrence though tho reports of such finds are frequent I Goitre Labori who so ably deietid Jed Dreyfus is coming to this country I next year to lecture on the famous ct90 He speaks English fluently The Moist eye is from 1 to 1e Inches wide and inn perfectly pro portionate taco the distance between the eye Is equal to the width of one Honkers estimate that American visitors to the Purls exposition will spun abroad this year 40000000 more Than ilie usually spent by Amer icans in linropo during the vacation semen I Dawson Y Clarke who died at Lit lemon 2C II thu other day was lain vn throughout New England as the oldest of the White mountain stage drivers He was 73 years of age and had driven since he wns 17 f eel Url son of Danville Ct Iis the father of fortytwo children lie is a irsnoh Canadian 72 years old and MeicliB 110 pounds Ills present wife is his third Ills first wife bore him six children and his second twenty fiveBesides the welcome home to Gen Otis in Rochester next month the returning soldier will be the guest of Lafayette post G A It of Sow York at n banquet to which J many persons of national reputation have been Invited The oldest love letter in the worltI is a proposal of marriage for tin licnd of an Ugptlun princess made 3500 yenr ago It Is in the form of nn inscribed brick and is therefore not only the oldest but the most sub stantial lovo letter ever written The giraffe has such powers of mimicry that although Its size might be supposed to make it n conspicuous object to Its enemies the most pr ic tired eye lots been deceived by the animals resemblance to one of the load end blasted trio trunks which ahound in its haunts Carp were reported nil being sc plentiful near Easton Mil the othoi morning that they were caught with pitchfork and two shovels by three men who could easily have filled their two hos wagon with the fish It is said The cnn were on their way to the Tred Avon river where the water iis cooler and deeper The mi grntoryrush lasted six hours The strawberry crop in the Ottannogn district is estimated at JV V 000 crates The crop sold for bout JJ2SOOOO of which about 150000 war profit The commanderinchte of the a army of Morocco is a Scotchman He is the son of the Maclean of Loch rulc nail ills father owns n grca part of the Isle of Mulle The number of vessels passlnj through the Sault Ste Marie canal prior to May 1 was 427 carrying 473- v 42 frms of freight In 1899 no frelghi- y pa Wl through the canal before ti7ay 11 MANY ENCOUNTERS Blood Spilled Owing to the St Louis Street Car Mens Strike tI t Got Sci1iPii ltu Everjtlilnir 1m HrnitliKx to Cull Out the MIlKIn but AVI1I lt nll Intll the t- Int Mument 78 St Lout June DAt union headquarters it Is announced that tht striking cnrmun are preparing for t long ufego In Uio hullo that tin Ht tlojHtnt of Uio strike to not r near nt hand Tho HubsorlpUoim which Imvt been received MO being distributed among tho vnnlow divisions nnd the division committees Are nine actively at work In providing for the needs ol the striker A mob of furious women nnd boyi lust night boot and denuded Lent haunter a young woman who make a bar living by peddling lunches among os of tho California avenue car lino Whon the mob hoc b stripped her to tho wulst ono woman her with green paint wlillt others held her tho jeering bays and women of tho mob applauding tho outrage and throwing mud Two shop girls were attacked bj tho sumo mob nn hour Inter and thej also were partly dcuuded before theyI escaped St Louis Juno II Sunday wns Ont of the most eventful and bloody lop since the great strike on the St Louit Transit began more than a montl ago There were numerous encoun tars between strikers and other riot our individuals and the constituted authorities resulting in three death and the wounding of half a stolen more persons mostly strikers Ont of the latter will die The strike has been in progress X todays Since the first tiny there hurt been numerous IlleOI 1h1I between the strikers or their sympathizers or side and the authorities on tlutther These encounters have re II suited in ten fatalities nnd the wound ing of nt least 60 persons The fnlare us follows Frank Llcbricht bystander shot slay S Martin Xlka bystander lihottalny 21 Duncan K afcltae enter policeman shot ofcar May Y5bPotts union motorman shot ny 23 Alfred Koenig shot in fight with police ofllccrs May 31 Dennh Crane policeman shot May 31 Ar J loner strike sympathizer May 27 Fred Itoehnc shot 11111t 10 George Rifle striking motorman shot JunO 10 C ltd Thomas striking conductor shot June 10 F St Louis June 12The Sabbaths Bcunex of disorder and bloodshed were I followed by comparative quiet throughout the city The vigilance RLq11L4 spapyy tparlrncnytpvnp any rep laxed Ih the least ns cbmpareir with the preceding days of time strike 11 J anything hero olTorU were redoubled in maintaining peace and order as some quarters it was feared the lawhM element of the community might powiHiIy take nienmirps to even up Sundays score No steps wore taken tOWArds settling the strike EGO W J Stone attorney for the strikers said tint ho is not thinking of reopening ne gotiations with the attorneys of th St Louis Transit Co I dont nee ho wild that I have Anything to propose to the company that will have the desired effect I am + 1II111gJJ however to do all I eau to end this deplorable strike and if anything more 1 it likely to bring about n settle went Is suggested I will not on it Im uUdlnttIJCPREPARING FOR WAR A Conflict Hrtwccn Japan smut UOII In In Inevltnble Nays ljor It FuJUawa Chicago June 1It is the gullteral belief in Japan that there will be war between that country and Ibis sin said Dr 1L IuJIsawa u profes I sor In the Imperial university of TnI kin Japan who passed through Chi sago qn the way to the Paris expoI sition Dr Iujlsnwa coninued While there seems to be little doubt that the differences between IluoBlu and Japan must ultimately be settled bywar it is impossible to pro diet when that war may begin Ibis sin has pursued a course which can bo construed only ns nn intended provocation to war Of course the ut most secrecy prevails In ofllclal Jo pan as to the plans of the govern silent nnd oilldally there is nothin R to indicate that war IH expected Work on tho Japanese navy Is be ing pushed OH rapidly ns possible Itl Is given out that this completed navy will be no larger than will be nieces gory for a nation which is growing ns in Japait to protect her comm rcc mill maintain her dignity among th powers The suddennonH mind rnpld- ty i with which the work wns begun and is being pushed however hid cate that other and almost Immune diate use will be found for It In the East Russia Is thought to be re sponsible for the Boxers troubles either directly or indirectly HrlriH to Pour Million New York June ID Alletta Natalie Lorlllanl Bailey u sunny blonde iiui her 12th year by the will of her grandmother Mrs Eliza Bailey the daughter of the late Jacob Lorijltml is made heiress to a fortune of more than 1000000 She was heiress toi more than 3000000 before Struck Ily n lITer Salem J June 11 KmuiiucI Farmer a farmer was struck by the Cleveland flyer IItt this P P Ii C Rt W crossing and probably fatally in fur t1 Arrnnnrincnt REPUBLICAN All CONVENTIONJJA JVnlloiinl flnthrrlnr at 1ltlU- tlellililn Next Week rcpublIennprnutleallyarhepublicans of the United States ten days In advance of the date fixedkfor he opening session On SnturuKy Sunday and Monday June 1C 17 nod reception committees will bin nt all the railroad stations rust ferries to welcome the visiting clubmen On j Monday night there will be u iton star torchl ght parade In whloL SWOOn iumen nro expected to march Ifccaiir lions have boon arranged for ovary day to points ot interest up anti down + tho Dchxwnro river and to historical plnctvi in and around tho city Tho nights will be given up to bjfn quets tmiokcre concerts and ofllorII 1uesiTtiyJunomonster mass meeting in the Axjul coy of Music Tho boat ornfor I among the leaders in the party vlll e the speakers Prominent scnntorii will be tendered complimentary tiln Del The most brilliant niTnlr ot thAt in kind will probably bo the dinner to Clialrman Haiina on Saturday night I Juno 10 DEMAND FOR AMERICAN COALII t U the Opinion Tlmt finny lot the 31lnr lit Korrlan Countries latellicoiuc Kxhnuntrd riiiludelphla June 10Owingttot- he I grait demand l y foreign dealer for Ainurican bituminous oool Cretin idle Huilson county N J stay Llkcome the greatest coal shipping pojnt on vhe roast E J llerwlnd of time JJenvIndWhlto Coal Co is quoted aI saying that he could ship 1000000 tons of bltuminoUH eon immcdlntov Europe if his company had time fa cilities for hauling each an inunouw amount It was nt first hollered here that llrltlshUoor wir was responsible n a measure for tho scarcity of sot in Europe but it is the opinion that many of the mines have become exhaustedAmerican producers were compelled ignore Innumerable requests from foreign dealers for largo shipments ecause the demand at home was equal to the supply Now it is understood the European market is being sought as arrangements are undo way to supply both home and foreign j1 COLLISION OF TROLLEY CARSh ilTCnhIII rntnlly at Irovlilencr H I 1 June lir lJja I Io10ttiilifiur 000rrlcilriawVrw j- on the siilrarlMU Hue ofthinIJtiimt- Itatlraad Co Sunday seen two cA striking end on tour persons wr killed and about 22 hm three are irol alily JnJur1of I The dend are d f8 W Baker 15 months ok+ Leah C Sanborn and Ed D It Itur JiigliM I iuio resorts The injured are I4em Gov 0 O Kimball Vrovldeneo C f KingLy and Sirs Kingsloy l iwt ckot Ill lIen T Palmer Mary 11n1 j llogerdy Owen J rourtUjltrll Itugra dy and son n n llakrrj Mrs linker Thomal Jackson Mrs Jackson 111irir JtMrs Jlemlng and two Itrown Henry Hanlon our motorman and Claude K Harris conOuotor all of Providence TWO NEGROES LYNCHED Probably Onn of Them Vas Into cent and nastily Ilotu Were Not ully of tin Crimey rJ1IIoxlwere lynched possibly for one mans crime early Sunday morniig at Mississippi City and it IH not stir solutcly certain that either victim ol mob Itt + waR guilty Henry Al kIIand Ed Jluss held OH suspect were taken out and strung un to a tree n a thicket just behind the railroad b donJOn Tune 2 Christine Wintcrstein tjl33yearold schoolgirl was outnagritl and murdered about two miles tarsi Biloxl while on her way homo fruit school exerciKOH Askew und llu i i both of whom hud been in the viainity of the piece where the outrage Waif ebargrt5R110111 lion Ticket In Ctilorndo flr hare nominate a full state ticket headed by J It Wiley for governor t The plaform holds the president of the United States responsible for the t countryiin tho Philippine islands and 1orto Rico and Cuba National Clialrmari Oliver W Stewart in an address to the convention argued that the par should work for prohibition alone aril not dissipate its energies in seeking many reforms I Dentil of Ll man H Uiiicry Washington Tune 11L mon Emery former president of the N a 1 tlonnl Prisoners Aid association aij assistant adjutant general on time Slut J of W 0 Vrnzey when the latter aif I commanderinchlof of the G A 1C died here aged Cl years Treasury Ntnteuitrnt Washington Tune9Time state meat of the treasury balances in tbe general fund exclusive of the 150X UOO COO gold reserve in the dillies oflI ranibglaneeOM mI I BIG RUSSIAN FORGE Four Thousand Men Repotted to Bo Moving on the Capital of China II More MiiMiitrta of ClirUtlniiM Are JUliuftril UrliU liiiiiiliient nt- Yuiiiui niut All FnrclirticrB Are AilvUctl to IhIIIUtlI Now York Juno Ul1ho follow jug oablegnim from Peking was re oelred iloiuliiy at the Methodist llpla ml board I Iekln Juno 0 Masefloro uu I III p Christions situation for foreigner ritlcul preaa Wtiihlngtan DAVIS OA ml rJII This came tIll et front the mission t society at VoId II of ivhlob- 31rarr Dnvis and Oainewtill are hr- rhsrVt A copy of the inoeengo was cnt to 1retdilont McKlnlcy In re prating the tfalih niuwngu to tiltIIl prt n deiit Rev A U Loonard the inlfalonury Reerotnry ndileil time folrlowing This nit alta our people IIrttjfrent H rll and grontly nd siieh protection aa our government can af foul London Jane 12 Ae onllng to a from Hhtinghai doted Mon dot 4000 ItHaalaita with twenty iruns have already been landed at Tip iris nest are marching In tho ilirectloH of Iekln 1 London June ILA special dla iwteii from Tarn Tuln says It IH rv F liorteil that time dowflget amprett has- nisi to time HiiMlnn lle ftlon at Io WashlHKtatt June 12lime follow d lag undated rtkpateh boa been roII rxNwl at tu navy deiwrtiHrat- Forrrs lamlod by diiTertnt UonaOnrnlnir eoiiununfwtloM to Jkbt Aincrirann joined KKMIPT- Waahinyton Jmc 1iAdlttlral- ti f m fT reports the arrival of the MoHoeaey at Inlet llerlta Jane 1rlma Ortrinnii gunboat Tiger has been ordered to Slave VllheliHa Hanni for ChlHa llie governor of Tstn Tail IMW 1HtnS ordered to premro all iKtMlblo troops to go to Taku London JHHO lL1hc lust at alesegeoout of Iekttt to rvooh tber jyteteNay morning at 11 ovtoek truiag by way of tho lUtfxttaR tott craplf throiiffh MaHahuriaI the Tint 41m pee being tat It hi as 10JIetIt Oaiu lung a MohaHimedaH vx IHt hoatlle to forctt ra arrived ire tftia rnornlyg call hail a looir an ulth PriHv Tuan father uf the rir apiwrentf Who ht iMttunlMpl Jrifwlly to the Ilatera PrtMew THBH hati been appointed elite of the for p iitt otUe over 1lrtBu hllUgtoJIIafrI oworl th i1flItctMi1The JLapati of more rarlnre mesa In response to a leli+ gralx from the atlniatcm to the eonwiU at Tfn Tilt I for ad Htional troop Convey a item hnvr tttt IVhiH to meet the troops eonilng by the first train The aryl of the etnpreaa dow nger iaa rrmlered the oily somewhat torn Hl0t thou It had torn recently The JroII have erected a bnrrl ends before the tailMIng In which they have taken refuge sad tJwy have Kin4ll jfiMrd The Oatkoltoa are ioneentrnted north of the cathedral Under the protection of A l reiieh I gunnl of S3 men who will hold out toJJ the end Lain oonlnee4l that 1eklM uspwially tho Tartar city la rlCAi lien rein the viceroy finally coriMnted to furnlnh transport for a relief of 100 under an American OmII mander The partial restoration of the railway IH exjuotwl to be effected t by tomorrow ore massacres of Christians are 1C11artcdII The Shanghai correspondent of theII Dully Telegraph In a dtupatceh dated t esterday at 140 p in tIflt lie ants inns the UnNnnFu district any that the French minister has tub graphed tint n crisis Iit Imminent and that he Is advising nil foreigner toII cvucuato VunNnn A special dispatch fin Shanghai sl All tho semi forces except tho Huflalans are acting under tho or lets of the HrltlHh admiral It la reported that the head of n foreigner has been seen Ixjxucil on n poloI northwest of Thin Tsin The Chinese nre fleeing from Ickln and lion IalnII to Shanghai There are ominous InI Ynllgil I the north display Intense hostility to wtird foreigners and the Chinese aol Acts point their guns At foreigners as they pniw Tlcn THin Juno 12An American lcer who has just urrlved from the frout for provisions spurts tint the soldiers arc repairing the track ho- ttween Iofn nnd Lfarg Win He caught a Iloxcr who was attoinptltig to sot lire to n bridge mill ho saw sevonil corpses evidently the bodies pf men killed by the troops of Comm Nleh Great anxiety Is felt lien respect fng time tutu of the foreigners in 1e kin The troops can opt reach the japlfnl before night nut the fear is that an attack will be made before then Ucillcntcd nt InNt West Point N Y Juno 11Flio Dedication of time new Cutliollu church atf West lolnt over which there has been much controversy during the past three years took place Sunday The dedicatory Herman was by Rev George Donbon Dr Paul Glblvr limit SuiTcrn N Y June 11Dr 1nul Abler heaci of n sanltiirium nt Set i rn oust of the Pasteur institute of et York city died at midnight from Jim effects of Iiijurlps received In a ffiiiaway earlier in the evening FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS Summary of Leading 1venU Washington Juno 5Sonntelostof the tiny WOH given to conference reports oust odds old rust of biiNtnoHs preparatory to final adjournment night session was hold which lastedI until 330 In the morning Confer ones reports WlJ noted upon and r number of private bills were pnsMd All tho prOflhhnllll ullllllnaUonli irise rnhd except Unit of W 1 Hy mini ON general apprHlier nt tho port of New York nUll Vm Ilnywtiotl to bo collvotnr of cimtoins fur the dlr trict of Hwwill Homo Tlie entire time of th house was token up In conference r npprwprlatlorillsHopntou was held which lasted untfl 140 in time morning WtiHhlngton June GSnntoInn upnuUtoUio ctfiiatv to almudon the adoption of tho hoiiRfl nfiblutlon for firm ad journinrnt Tho armor plate ques flan was the our which CWUBM the do ay Fie aunato will ntinnin in sea 8011 until a lilt tJttlletlt la finally rcachodHOHM Th enUre scualon wan upI in UM vniloRvnr to roach a notttiunint on she armor pinto rlaww In tilt naval appropriation bill now adjournment rcwklutlnn will now bare to bo wloptnl- WaahlngUiii aTnna 7SnRtp No huKtnee ww trIUNIrtl the mwloiw simply wnlUng for time coHfwrfca to repast on Um naval appropKatkiH purtIsnwoliilion of than U to Chairman rye wan ININICtI to wlilvlt MrI 1rye roapoiutad in n brief and graceful spetrblionsAfter ftrmyhtNtoappropriation Mil waa ajrrwHl to smith nil bill iwaeed The bill WIM at once aljiHttd And both the iwnate lmaso adjournedsine die GEN OTIS IN WASHINGTON After Iteiiortlna IIC the War lit iurtitirii Hi Called on Pres maim IeiClnicy- 11aaWagton Juno ILMAj am 1 Otto atwottipaxistl by hk rider CdjiL Hhtyi1 H sad Uewt StaiiVy roaehcdI WaahlHgten from hta healr Ko liMtvr N Yn where he etopJ- ver w to visit Mrs Oltd awl kM oft6adnui at 741 Monday monwliig 11a WHS mot at atatlen by Alju flea Cnrblu ami lira HMWHB sad the Ira was drlvpH directly to time rUNIf- ton hotel After bruakfaallng UVH Otis repaired to the war li MrliHi Nt wk rt he formally rtfort d to Mr MHkU jobH aa acting secretary TheHc Cien CorWn ceeerle1 klm sex1 hta skies to the Whit IIonw The resident Vb In his i what chime InI rinse H9ill UuH with Reuattar Al a n jin n iI r t ton Otis was eadly reeoKnlacd l frost hi photO rHplM by the throng of calls nt who were waltiny In the aate nxim and Itbouyh there waa no actual OMMOiMtratlon In his honor the kern yet curiosity was manlfmtrd and maur of for White House trowdnl aroutHl to catch a yllrapae of for MMM whoa dispatches bat boH r Ml with Mtirh ixtrtet by tb Am rieaH pv daring the JMat two year lea Otis anal Sinn CorWn wore ImiMMllfltfly imliifwl Into tilt pnfaid+ itttal library whert Pnnudtml MrKMitf last him with the Mtmottt tonllallty conyrRtHlabtg Mm ijIp bbl apparent goal liralth and llmiikliijf him nevwral1 lour for IH signal cr Ufa to the country prrMOlltROUjp1rr touehed MJMHI After a few mhtutoH Uio prwrfilotit invited ten Otis Into hla office and presented him to senu- orn Alllion and Cullom anti Justice llarlan and for over half nn hour toil Otis remaliud talking over the apostles In tho Ililllppluvx The pres Intrnsrlylulrrtalell to my and with ids opinion of time exiting eRuditIon In time nrehlp ln go When OKII Otla left tho White lIoiiM ho was naturally reticentt comm ttidrrlntf tho aubjeot of his Interview with time president Hut ho dd out hesitate to reiterate his Mtntenient made repeatedly alncf landing nt HtAi 1rajiiliHw that the ifllpbmn robolllou na an nrpnnlzatlon fin dead and n thing of the pout Illlnlnirttli 1rlntcr Strike Off Indlanapoll lndH Juno 1LS IIl Donnelly president of tho Interna tional Typogniphknl union hue just returned from llttaburgh where lu was in attvndnnco at n meoting of tho national executive council lie- says the euiincll willed oflthe tttrike Involving six of thu loading daily ncwinnporw of Pittsburgh XV A lark lloluriiM Iliinu Until Mont Jiiiiu 12lion Win A lark who resigned his poHltion as United Suites commuter from atom tnnn sad who wax immediately sirpointtM1 to time vnaaney by time net lug governor arrived homo Sunday nftTiioon anti was given n tremend OUR ovation XoiV llrut Urn dills Washington Juno 11ln accord jiiee with tho provisions of time mili tary academy appropriation bill the ircHlikiit htip issued coininifiHloiiK to bleat hen1 son A Niles command lug the army 4and Moj nell II 0 Corbin udjutatit general of the army Speaker lend ron In IlillnilelnUla Washington V Juno 18 Spuikcr PhtllnlelpilfaTrWashington anti after time republican national contention The speaker was nQdOinpanieU ay Mrs HendcrEon TOO LITTLE DEBATE 1 Session Greens Opinion of the 8erri leer Held In an IJplicopat Church l Senator Denton of Mlnourl one of thin moil nIiJllul agora of the century In 1either home of congress Lad a rmUabU nntagoiast ill SonatorJunes6tepten Onen- ConRrrullllln Shit sccotdfnm to tmeCliieggol7-i lbrenlelc rlllIttli this seem ate ot the Iwo gladiator Senator flreen WM not only a un of Mlendid gen l1l1 but of oharralng mean r he h6ilrdlllAt tie National hotel where m- ewsa udarwlth men anu vvauwn 1e letter olllul out that the onator wee oat ninth of II cliHrchgMr sad iwWed tbstho should mnJ his tap iu that rtfiard One NvNlanel hyrwoesblpirorlied gnr what lmrtk did you Ie e atasked a woman MJi dent kw anowsrelll the courtly MiMOHrian M walkedIII1 tlleav Hiw turned1 Fnwrth rnttonLeNtti a sM honIll II kt ItanU eider TInt was AH IIt woNilI nhutehliwv 4W rot like the iervee f aaltrd anftbrr wotaan Ttlt apftrared tat ino nntware the a ater tint then WM tee twivili tealltald she jwrual nerd Iolittledrlwte- AN UNEXPECTED RESULT It Wni Ilie Mother and Not Im linn ab ler Vlio AceeiHed lilt loam 1PltluentSeri MM UM mete wttb a warri 4 lea do yell rrltxlnbr 61t tae a 10jed ride re beer etMat W etre Il uI Iwe u lea air tat wax preYeI FA M Cm il I Iwm I sl IMtlMCryrIOSaMin sea4 Rill the eN 11 1 JaM 4 ms 0 teINIt FIweb a ring eea- 117meslsajr to the rW WM lasts aod laid tW ItH t wMHimMt tit tMttter Iwr eetla1 kfc iM tM w rrW tarn W itre her IJjrr ta hew M4 Ilwas tliat 1Ie ywMg W of t wenasJu IHt aaepsn t1priest IJ putt u 1 h 1Ni c1 1t tnirhwbaad fw divher JMMe largartle nn Lake t+ uprrler- IIU one of the nest tharaMMB Mwimr raarts reached tie the ChiMOu iUhraukw t 9U IXul nahhMlialMl locution lK ntUul rtMiiy Lgod holds endtataplele trasriiWr m tray fever bI8ie s seminar lttIIRsatta 1ob stineli p4It of coat a etsleet 1Sr espy he JAb 16flse Cya ttlr saMiaMmg a deaenptknf Mtatile capper oruatry address with r t4 guts is rpmP t p53 petss 0-JII U1 I arseaeer AQfltI l ag111r It it just an rMy to leek nlcauat M N1iit wear a long f I dined oa rrluiterrsA tUtatlife are act kbled Atchsen Slob tit It Vr Ute way of pwrif mi the blond Clvnaii sad impiiritHM ia the blood ner iiMw and dBM Kxptllins tbCM iMporitiM r acne tit dleaa hoods ficaIJa doen tan and iit duns stun It Makn tit Wood anh hy iarrvaiaf anU nultnag the hill gfoHil cad Sirls1 it nowvr Ir tnnrit to tht orgaM serve sad wucriM the aatrl tarot eoaUiatd ia dled feud Hoods Sarsaparilla fa the itrt Mfdirin Money Caa May 1I aslrsl C W Rosenbach jut St and lodh na Ave Chicago III wrote Feb II 88Sto flute been troubled with QUINSY SORE THROAT for tin jean and I fi- ndPalmers Lotion the quickest remedy ever tried Lotion Soap Prevents And assists in caring all J skin diseases onlyLOO 1LOOUTcooytin Our ow lURES Rootbeer will ronttbUlr more to It than tODI el ktI and AlroN olttot t Dloui lee 36 rrnu Wilt St 51i rNrrldM M IWK a IIA1tttA ids IIIIUECO CHICACOT0OMAHA I Double DailyService OWUllo1A nock lord Dubiiiue Waterloo Port Itatroan+l Coun citiiiuni nnoct library smoking ratldlnlncopy of Ploturatand Notts EnRoiiU llliHtrat NudywTicketsI connlllt1ucIIntncllcloni Driirrl thetinettand ilellolously flavored Prepared in a otveinhoti lemon slralrberry rapbe IIIIQII wild cherry and unllavered calf POt 101 making wine and coffee jellies All grocer toll iit q i- Itimim i Bits OP TlltS lAPEIl DHSIItlNd TO 1IUY ANYTUIKa J ADVKUTIHKI IN ITS COUIMNS B110ULU INSIST UPON 1IAVINU WUAT Tllly ASIC FOIL UUKU81NO A1O BUIISTITItTltS OU IMITATION t h Y t ir tOf rhtTzw 1 T3Lk y + w 3 ifr tI ANN ENGLISH DISASTER A A Battalion Killed Wounded or Prisoners Except Six Private 0 A Horr Report Mara That tlu HrltUfe Have Hern Irrnted With Con Idrrnlile Iou Mt Honker poort Other War xcNi orcltlerWhlker IrombPIus follows KellyKenny nt Uloemfonteln re ports that the telegraph hUM been out nt lloodcvnl north of Kroonstad by a body of floors estimated to 2000 strung with MX field guns He UI mmllng reinforcements to Kroonstad grid I am reinforcing front Cape Colo ny I hope the Irttcrniptlon will ho only tomponiry London June 11Tito Boers have torn up SI miles of Jord llnln trU vital line of railway between America Siding nnil llondbvnl It Is n bold mid and vexatious but It doo not diwjuUt the military authorities KellyKennyto rcopni the lion London Juno 1I4uut Gen Sir i Iradwitk VorMtlurWnlker In com IIMIH of the lines of communication in ftoNth Afrion reports that in the rilMMtfr to tin British troops Juno 8 lit IteodUTOl whore the Boors out Tainl Roberta line of communloHtlons the Uh imtalllon of the Derbyshire r fiiMfit were all killed woundcil or made prtiwnar a except tilx rnllHtvd men Two oRitteni and 1C min wore killed mid t olltcor and 73 mon worm severelyTJieI tu tke ItrttUh Tho olllfor killed Mi m Lieut Col BalrdDoeglas nod Lieut llnwloy- Tho wounded Include Col Wllklnn sad Lieut Blanuhnrd of tho Cana than Infnntry It U Inferred that the Boors sipturrd over MM man nail an Iota an June 1i kohl positions putting ofT the Ilrllta i farmre north of KrooitRtrnJ frotH infnncetiitfutB TIM nev tint Ute abutting off of Lord KoiiirU coiHMiHHlmtlitH with the otitrr world wtm aerompmilrd by II IIJOtlCk iu rrloWtl lot eomo like n bolt wwnitlr ily cloth sky In Ixindc until Ute news Mlllt It wns though that dwtl ruction of the rail niMl wen neeemplMiml by Free Matte who wore avoiding rather than nanlhflKtliitf the BriiUh oIL tflfhwittits stationed nt the point at larked Nor are Gin PorratlcrWal 1 krra vejfsie Htxlemelite roinliii MI thwR Mtd1 the Ml tuition wt llelltiroii looked imn BJ t ltmr1CJIu1Jp i afllWW ITl lie IK MiHMviit MreHylh to 1 mitiptetely opanit0 all the Brit fob forrm forth vied paulh ef ti Hnv ttekbHg snip M nillra between lEoodftvnJ ami Uirilbron MetkHvnx iimrrh wpOH the latter ptae seems komrw4mt In the nature of n move niint for the relief of ruI filll The- opltere only Urttkdi oiUver left at Itotwlovtil to bo the iloetor in uharge of the benpitnl which la full of wouiHlotL 11 hat linn hnptMuied te the troop imnuMllfltoly north of Itooderal In still n iiMttor for uonjoetiirtk n JHHO It Fifty thoiiNunil troopa are within Imlf n hiliI II IIIatttll nll A of the inuraudlug Itoem of KroonMad and they an ex of ooumn to make tthort work of them NuvrrtheloMi outidde of tho nlondor wnr ollloc telegrnms no one known what IN going on South of Kroenitad there IU n wide gop The railway lit only partially deft ndod and ai Gen KellyKenny unit hurried till tho nntllable troop norlhwurd tho aiffumpilon In that there IB lion yar of a neaond raid The loss of the lrhItlllrOl lis o tlmnte l nt from 000 to TOO mon A Keutor dliipatch front Maseru dated June 11 8N p mM Miy Flf tent hundred hours nurrendered to Oen Hrabant tonliiy In the MokKburjj ellllt riot Machndodorp has been ofHelnlly pro claimed the capital of the Trannvnal A I ourcnco Marqticx dnpatch nays tho village has awollen Into n mush city the majority of the new Inhnbltnnts Iking In tent An official hoer telegram aHHerta that thin nrltlsh have been defeated with considerable Inca at HonkersJ poort In the southern extremity of the lace Slate or Ornngtii River Col ony ten milon from Norvelnpont It i wan thought that thin district had been cleared of Itoera and rebels long ego The JJoero Ktill cling to alngH Nek but Gen Huller forces are Htlll working fur around in that direction Lord llohcrtH has wired Cape Town that prior to Wedneiyiay he Iibern4cd- till ofllccrn and 3500 of the rank nod He The liner consequently took oft July 000 Food is Htlll scarce nt Mnfcklng but the railroad Is nearly rpalred Seven tytwo rebels have been arrested In the Vcrgbcrfl anti Mnfcklnp district Ixtyflre were marched Into Mafe King by two of their late prisoners at Mostlii Vise Sent ItroaRlit flHM New York Tulle 10vi cotton ex hangu munberslp cprtificato was sold it 3000 rho last price quoted on an t ictuul solo was B300 Tho current idvnncc vns expected as n result of tho now color wlon die adopted rot tautly t u7lnr Unrlnfa 111 I Norfolk Va Juno 10There are 10 marines from the Norfolk navy fan ut the Naval hospital stricken vitJi n strange disease which dcvcl peal n taw days ago Doctor are im ible to diagnose IIt 3J CONDITION OF WHEAT Report Mndn to the Slntlntlrlnn ol the I tnr Htriit of AKrlcnl tore In Vahlnaon Washington Juno 12The month ly report of the nbilisticlan of the department of agriculture slates that an n result of a special Investigation relative to the winter wheat acreage plowed up or cut for forage the de partment estimate of the area re maining under cultivation has been further reduced by 1670000 acres the area abandoned In addition to that nnnounced May 10 comprising 381000 acres in Ohio 7i 00 acres in MIchl gan 320000 acres in Indiana 348000 acres in Illinois and 448000 acres In California This brings the area in winter wheat remaining under culti vntlon on June 1 down to 4008000 flares n reduction from the urea own in the full of 0240000 acres riot withstanding thin further reduction of acreage by time elimination of all laud entirely abandoned the condi tion of winter wheat declined during May fl2 points the condition on June 1 being 88J5 against 880 on May 1 073 on June 1 1800 008 nt the corre sponding date in 1808 and n tenyear average of 807- Irelltnimiry reports on the spring wheat acreage indicate a reduction of about 607000 acre or 40 per cent Minnesota YlKconnln and Oregon re port n reduction of 4 per cent North Dakota and Nebraska of S per rent and lon of G per cent In South Da hula and Washington there is an in crease of 1 per cent The average condition of spring wheat on June 1 wan 871 as compared with 014 on June 1 1800 1000 at the correspond lug date In 1809 anti n tenyear av erage of 93 Mlnnosotu tills 10 North Dakota 17 South Dakota 11 and Wis consin i0 palms bnlow their respective tenyear overages On limo other hand the tan ytnr average urn ex ceeded in Nebraska lows Oregon and Washington by IS 1 4 and 0 points respectivelyi GOLD DEMOCRATS POSITION Vhplhrr n Nntlunnl Tlckr Will He- IMnrril In tilt Ileld tins Not Yr llrrii Drrlilril New York June lLOuorge loBter IoHhody chairman of the national committee of time gold democrats made the following statement with reference to the meeting of the committee In lndtannpoll Juno ttt The iUOHtlon of a third ticket mutt stand In abeyance until after the two conventions have been held and the platforms of time republican and democratic parties definitely any nounced For this reason the IIIreti log of the national committees which Suerctllr John lh IrrtlnaC11tlJlII nnu JalulIctu IUirliCtlrct vl1 nste- for July tS Whether n thin candi date will be run detends upon wheth ur tutu oonstltuenoioH represented by tho various delognte rrgnrd It As ex poiltont or not Mlf tIc oomiuittee decides to cull a convention the party platform will IHI the tone RII represented by Palmer anti lluukner four years ago except that tho imperialistic leant will ploy nn Important part- PRISONERS MUTINIED lohC llnndrrd InmntrN at a orto Illcnn Irlnon auneil Trouble lor n Mmr Tier San Juan Porto llloo lane 12 Five hundred Iiitnntix of the iIron lucre mutinied refusing to take breakfast or to work They iiHsortcd timid the food wns tint fit to eat nnd the lender struck tho warden in the face The penitentiary Is guarded by n dtitnchment of 20 members of time Porto IMoo regiment end the jail au thorities fearing that the convicts hnd planned n concerted movement to break jail railed in tho guard Thereupon time prisoners attempted to rush the troops who fired three volleys nt the wall or In the air Three of time InmatoH were Injured by splinter thought none of them seri ously The military authorities then called out n company of regulars This as siritnncc however elms not asked for by the civil authorities und the na tive company had quelled the disturb ance before tho regulars arrived Senator Ilntt Will Ilellre New York June 12Time friends of Senator Platt having announced that he would not bo n candidate for re election in 1003 a rumor gained wide circulation that ho would resign his sent before that time Senator Platt said If I live I will serve out mf term us Kcnutor nut after 100 I shall retire train public life and from active participation In politics The Crnlmr Allinny Southampton June 13The Inited States cruiser Albany whlcli was placed In commission nt Newcastle onTyno May 30 amid under onlTH to proceed to tho McditcrrnnmV I ar ived nt Southampton Monday United States training ship Buffalo which sailed from New York April Jt9 for- n cruifo In the Mediterranean has ulso arrived ttnI1iChnttanooh2Met al r of Ne grotw stole from Chlckanijuffa park eight bronxe howitzers l ouglng to the government sent her with which to mark the positions 0 artillery forces on Chlclfnmnuga Wtlefleld unit Ilayvra UrJ nler New York Tuno 12iJme 1rotcctlvo Ansoclatlon of Profcs lrnnll Baseball Players Is the name o fftho orgnnlt tlon effected in this jy Sunday at n meeting of delegate romp the fight Icairuo teamsii NOTES FROMWASHINGTON What Is Going On In the Political Arena of the National Capital REPUBLICAN ILUFF ON TRUST ISSUE The IlordcB Upoa the People InyomvA far Onneceaanrr TazntionHepub llrani Trying to Undue Ilcipoa- bllllX l for CnliMB 9candnlTrusts- AreI tiring Favored Special Corrc ponilcncc1 With 700000000 of appropriations staring the country In the face the FifI tysixth congress adjourns to face Its constituencies In a presidential rice tion This enormous sum so vast that the mind refuses to grasp Its signifi canoe represents taxes to be wrung from the sweat of labor Somewhere within the limits of the United States men women and children tolling+ Iti1 their lands must produce the wealth tram which this sum is to be taken Whether time taxes are to be paid directly or Indirectly matters but little BO long as the fact Is borne In mind that labor In time end paysit all Were these tues to be returned to time people who pay them in public ben elite thnre might bi reasonable acqui escence in bearing such a burden Unfortunately not one dollAr In ten ever really gets back to time taxpayers The public fundWire consumed by tax esters a hungry swarm ranging from the smallest place holder discontented with wages far in excess of what he could earn In private employment up to the mighty specialized interests which look upon the government as a proper victim for their exploitation to the extent of millions When it Iconsidered that congress adjourns with some of the greatest schemes of republican grab still hung tip between the house and senate time country will stand aghast at what may yet befall unless a check be given to this reign of prodigality by democratic iiuccera next November Ilrpabllrnn Irrtrnnc The hollowar SB of time republican pretense of opposition to trusts was illus trated by the action of the majority on the proposed constitutional amendment followed by the almost unani mous vote of tho house pausing amend meats to atrengthcn the Sherman anti trust law The republbmns refused to permit the democrats to have either voice or hand In shaping the constitutional amendment Itsdefcotsitsamhiguitict and Its weakness were properly shown up bv the democratic speakers yet the iI alftlAIJftan proposition As n result time imendmcnt was badly defeated as the republicans Intended It should be La her lenders went to Chairman Hay of the judiciary committee and to Ilepre tentative LlttlfleW of Maine the au thor of the amendment and proposed that labor unions be specifically ex scpted front UK operation nut they were refuted though It was plaint demonstrated that unscrupulous Judges could take advantage of the lan guage of the amendment to suppress every labor organization in the coun try It was also pointed out that a farmers alliance or a benevolent asso ciation could be equally brought under the ban of judicial construction The republicans showed a surprising willingness to allow the Ray bill amending the Sherman act to come to i vote in the house They were finally coerced into accepting an amendment proposed by the democrats excepting Industrial organizations from its opera tion Thus amended it went through with n practically unanimous vote al though several of the republican lead ers made themselves conspleuou by opposing the amendment referred to The necessity is manifest when it is explained thnt the Sherman antitrust law hnd helD ijvlsted by unscrupulous judges in numerous instances to apply to labor unions while the trusts at whieh It was aimed were permitted to go scotfree Hut the republican willingness to pans time bill through the hotire found its adequate explanation when it reached the senate where Senator Vet I grew moved that it be placed upon the calendar for Immediate notion but Senator Galllnger of New Hampshire a republican moved its reference to tho judiciary committee for the sole purpose of burying It forever The Cnlinn AfTnlr Postmaster General Smith is now rqiilrming to dodge responsibility for the Cuban postal scandals After lour weeks of public discussion of that nauseating affair he conies to the front with n claim that he recommended re trenchment and a reduction of expendi tures JIB far back as last January Al though this is evidently an after thought on the part of Mr Smith It might be accepted with better grace were he not guilty of an outrageous tempt to mislead tho public as to thft extent of the Cuban defalcations In nn authorized interview he states that these defalcations will be found to bo less thou 100000 In making this statement he knowingly tint purpose Ily ignores the fact that Necly noel his confederates stole 400000 worth of stamps and disposed of them and that time 80000 of defalcation Is in excess of the stnmp stealing referred to Mr Smith further ignores the taut that for nearlya year fiat liljone the head of tin Cuban postal service was given abso lutely uuHinlted stUhorlty amid thdt he failed to make H single one of the regulations the fact that under his control several put1n furtlirfact1 treasury expert who dls cotired and called attention of hln superior onicirs to these Irregularities was toIsosinndeeperdischarged But Postmaster General Smith need ThereGIsthis admin imration whichcnnnot Inesspost tinxietyoftheyshnilmatterstealinggoeson longMeverything be wellfj I mllcsJonpujpartmcnt is on excellent example TrisCornia askfortblllsixJunlalately useless railway which wouldnt sell for oerJOOfIIOOf Indcr onicials of time treasury de partment declare that Otis accounts Ihiltppitmesdepartmentrlllions hrttrmsabhLololply defy analysis There Iis noth i iig fo show whether money has been ejpfnd l properly or stolen outright relnthQJqI11of the most specific nnd nil eui1racing Character They call for itemized nc Saunts down to time smallest amount t Ierorl preititimptionand no Items furnlMied the accounts scrutinyRtj fl BY FIGURESIiSHOWNI Discontent + rtth time AilmlnUlrnllon Jlmle Manifest li Ilecrnt JJ State lletnrnn J 1Ihf political complexion of the next problemnlhml rcpubISorabined opposition Of time tota- temherhlp 48 were elected byeplur JItia of IOWT or lloss of whom 24 are faPuhllnuu 15 democrats and four- jiOJwlista These republicans wer ecied OH follows Indiana four JIll Marylcnandd Kfintiuky MashachusettK Minnesota get Terse NewYork North Carolina QJiJo and Virginia one each The den CKUSitir list is as follows New York lennsylta 11nr rt i 9 I11nIW11Jjb Dt tit heel from A ebraika nod one each tram Kntitas anti North Carollnn It will b rioted that for the republicans tIll grvaiect number of rinse districts is In Indiana and for the democrats In New York li panRiou thin trust and the war farm will come up for disotiRslon and rcptt Beans must be prcpsred with both oflfenslvi and defensive tactics Whllnr time republican party is appar ently in n bettor position in the ev triune west than it wns in 1800 the Mtuation in time north anti middle west Iin ruiliolonl to cause concern Tim e sound money democrats were willing to support McKinley or Palmer in the last campaign rather than permit llry ah tobecomr president and to inaugu rote n free silver policy These demo emits are now liotIlc to McKinley and not go averse to Bryan since congressI deprived the secretary of the treasur ot he privilege of disturbing the got standard The disposition of the sound imjney men may not affect the electoral vote of the eastern stntes but It is like Ilyto out some figure In the congres sional elections Thorn seems to be considerable discontent with the ad muihitrntion in such states as Ohio In urea Illinois Miehignn loan and Minnesota growing out of the colonial1 qiifclions Ilepubllcnns may tiffit this wBh disdain but If they ignore it they nir awake on the morning after the el rtion to an unpleasant realization lladoIphia1 edger lli HnHnnn Chrratitlnn here Is plenty of reason for bollev at least three of the most un and oppressive trust eombina time country have given notice InfhntHanna and the president that not Intend to be held up to com In the republican plat for asof time year no mutter how ne- cessorthat course may be regprdpd by Ihi machine managers They lie al- lrcaily AUowed their interests lobe rrf l ace lnimch wnBlllor than it comfort nlllrIt the party which theyown support mid provide with the meant of Corruption cannot stand by thllu- oPlflSel they demand nt least that iIshad keep quiet about them In viety I of this sentiment among time magnntcr who control the administration It It probable thnt there will be n despcraU I republicannallonnl fresVIiprance similar to that at Columll11lIj Washington lImO I Thls seems to be time admlnlstrt tiots way of taking time measure of I ixojfiles rights and out reach Ings Ithwo clothe milt feed you mind give you good roads and good schools anti set a ruler 001 you and fill your hind with soldjers and officeholders what more c U you teak What ntore are yon ClUIIep tcntj to enjoy He satisfied with wlmnt Svo have thrown tp you and stops ur grumbling about the lots of Ube trtand solfgovernmont Some such balk cntne across the ocean to the O American forefathers once and how itm rrnsiuTred then noel quieted thnn did nt itIetro clKrcc Press J t c I Lt4tntrfrfrt1RfrTrwsG Ctl tt CiIC cKCK CKM btrfrGtFIf STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS iIII iJs x sJttis JjNfif TAYLOR ISSUES A CARD ts Decline to Be a Candldnte for the Republican Nomination for Governor Louisville Ky June OW S Tny hoe sent to the livening Post from In dianapolis time following statement I n which he declines to be a candidate or the republican nomination for governor To the Ilcpubllcans of Kentucky- At one time I thought and so an nounced thnt if time republican nomi nation for governor were tendered to me I should not feel authorized to de cline it Hut niter mature considera tion of all interests jnvolvcd in the contest for civil liberty and of my duty to myself andrto my family for whom I must provide I feel that I should ask at your Lauds relief from the exactions which a nomination would impose For ten long months I have borne as best I could the burdens which ave attended this great struggle ow much I have endured for free doms sake few will over know In spite of all this the will of the people lias been overthrown and I have not only been robbed but subjected to a merciless political persecution The coming campaign Is one of the profoundest importance to Ken tucky The ballot must be redeemed The victory won last fall must again be won and the theft perpetrated by the general assembly fittingly con demned Our only possible redress must come through an appeal to the people The campaign must be an active aggressive One No point should be neglected Every friend of the sacred cause of humnn rights should be enlisted To thccnd that the appeal should be successfully made you should select for your candidate one who may devote nil his time anti energies to time prosecution of the canvass In itlis therefore yanifest that some outer thnnmysclf should be your standard bearerWhile r youeleader In this great battle yet I shall gladly render whatever assistance may ho within my power for I love liberty none the love because of what I have suffered for her sake W S Taylor Men In a Cnmltdnte Lexington Ky June DCol Jolt II Mhm has announced his candidacy to i1i d ino tI nomination o congress iin to slm ant tlhstr rlmblceCOURTMARTIAL ORDERED The Conduit of Cnpt IniiKinlrc n t nrckhnnia Guards to He IiivctlKncil Frankfort Ky Tune 10 Assistant Adjt Germ Murray has ordered an in vestigation of time alleged unbecom ing conduct of Capt Longmirc and Sergt McClure Gov Itcckhams ins teeing officer a who were chased out of Stnystillo by mho police noel look refuge at Aberdeen O Maj J Kmbry Allen of Lexington hns been divested to conduct an in vestigation to ascertain if a court martial is necessary Longmire noel McClure have written Col Murray de nying the charges halldFrankfort Ky June 10Time Inau gural ball which wns postponed on account of time death of Gov Goebel anti subsequent political complica tions took place last night and was attended by several hundred society people from this and other states lice Hcckham led the march while Mrs Ueckham mother of the gory ernor mid other prominent ladles as slated in receiving lllir IMirclinne of 11 + laky Louisville Ky June eJulies Kessler Co of Chicago have bought 10000 barrels of whisky from John C I pouch It is generally understood that Kessler Co bought it for the Kentucky IstlllorlcHnnd Warehouse Co This firm and the trust now own 100000 barrels of Kentucky whisky and it Is understood they are in the murket for more i Hoy Iosaiblr Kldlinpcd Louisville Ky Juno 11 Charles B Cattlinger aged 13 is missing He left home Wednesday to go swim wing Ills clothes were found along h the creek bunk but search foils to re foal the body As the boy has been left n considerable sum of money re cently it is feared ho may have been kidnaped PopulUt Convention Louisville Ky June 7 Kentucky populists will hold a convention here August 1 to nominate n candidate for overnor Chairman Jos A Parker issue the call In n few days Wil liam G Blair is toast likely to be se lected ns time party offering llvCurmlck Superintendent Frankfort Ky June DGo Beck im appointed Dr IX 11 McCormick- of Oweniboro superintendent of the Western asylum at Hopklnsville Dr i Lackey of Pembroke IB slated for i appointment as assistant superintend iis ot Murderer Uitcniied London Ky June Dnr cutting through the iron bars with n file Dan wens under n life sentence for time murder of Herman Smith und Joe Greggs accused of petty offenses made their cscapefrom jail I SAW HER PICTURE f I Romance of the Civil War Recalled By a Dagtierreotrpa Exhibited et Louisville Harrodsburg Ky June 10Whlla Mrs Lucy Latta of this county was attending the confederate reunion in Louisville last week she discovered a i daguerreotype of herself in a store window and thereby recalled a to mance of time civil war The picture was given by Mrs Latta then Miss Kenfro to Private Jones of the 2d Kentucky infantry C S A When dying Jones gave the portrait id Lieut Chas II Thomas of his com pony and It was found on Thomas body after the battle of Hartsrille It is said that Thomas also loved the girl The picture fell into the hands of Chas T Smith superintendent of transportation of the L Ko who placed it lu the window during the reunion with the hope of identifying it Mrs Lntta lives three miles from Harrodsburg AT BEREA COLLEGE j Miss Helen Gould Tendered a Vote of Thanks for Aid Given the School Heren Ky June 8tt a grdun thin exercises of heron college a vote of thanks was tendered Miss Gould who was present for the old given the school to which she rose and modestly bowed acknowledgment amid the cheers of the 4000 people presentTo Frost Miss Gould lies expressed herself as highly pleased with Berea and its mission of educat ing and christianizing the people of the mountains of Kentucky and Ten nesseeMiss Gould line not yet announced l any donation to Ueren college but it is said that she will before she leaves give assurances of substantial old in increasing its endowment fund I FOOLED BY MISS GOULD Announced to Allciid Second Prewr liyterlnn Chnrcli Ioulxvllle Sks Went 1o Another Tnliprnacle Louisville Ky Junr 11 Unknown to Miss Helen Gould Louisville pay pers announced Sunday morning that Prosbyntenant church The church was crowd ed and people were turned away The liMtr6rmeSouthIern Theological sofntrtnrjiWvthis city filling the Second Presbyterian pulpit Sunday told in his sermon of the Southern Presbyterian churches efforts to raise 1000000 for cducn i tiara and discussed the need of a uni versify In Kentucky that would set a standard of education for the entfra stnte Miss Gould nntioSpag a big crowd at the Second Presbyterian went to Warren Memorial church two blocks away It was said at tho church after tha services that Dr HcmphiUH sermon was prepared before Miss Goulds vial to thisity und without regard td hon Silver Service for the Kentucky Norfolk Va June STh preen tation of n silver service to the battleship Kentucky by time citizens of that state drew nanny people to Old Point Comfort Col Marry Wcislnger of Louisville made the present in the name of time people of Kentucky Capt Chester commander of the Kentucky replying Time ships band then played My Old Kentucky Home The Kentucky delegation was later entertained at an elaborate luncheon In the officers dining roots The event closed with a brilliant ball Itecklmm n Candidate Frankfort Ky June 8Guy Beck lamas candidacy for renomlhntion this fall will be formally announced in a statement to be issued next week lleckhnni will clad make au active canvass speaking at the most important points Lewis men are saying Ueckliam who Is not quite 31s too young noel Inexperienced Deck ham men say Lewis is too old Ho is 76 Minor State Cunt en IB Frankfort Ky June 10 Attorney General Brcckinridge filed a motion In court of appeals Saturday morn ing to docket and advance the minor state contests so thnt they may bo decided at once The reason ad vanced is that time affairs of the state are tied up and that the public In tercuts demand it The court rq cently postponed the cases till the fall term Degree Conferred oil Judge IIol Lexington Ky June 11 Tho Ken tacky state col ctw Saturday con forced the degree of LL1 on YHHara H Holt recently appointed United State district Judge of Porto Rico Knights of Iydilnn Conclave Lancaster Ky June l0Titre hun dred visiting delegates arc attending the district conclave of the Knights of Pythias here State Grand Chan seller John T licence of Covlngton 1 present and mTdrcssed an spun ses sloe at the opera house Yerken Their Choice Glasgow Ky June 10Since Gpr i Taylor will not make the race for governor lion John W Takes will or be the unanimous choice of the ru publicans In this county for time nom inatlon l t r r i lit P THE HICKMAN COURIER George Warren HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY j JUNE 15 1900 UAVID B HiLts platform I am a Democrat is rapidly Raining supporters ttttTHE Popnhsta have decided to hold their State Convention at Louisville on August let to nominate a candidate for Governor tttt THE latest from Taylor is that ho is out of the race for governor and will be come a life insurance agent making Indiana his hometttt THE McChord nnU Extortion Railroad Act became operative yesterday and the complaint as to coal rates will be taken up by the Railroad Commissioners ttttTilE Democratic National Commit tee will meet in Kansas City July 2 It is believed that the now hall will be in good shape tor the convention July 4 ttttSr LOUIS will have the Worlds Fair in 1902 in celebration of the Louisiana purchase and the Government will start the ball rolling with a contribu tion of 15000000tttt I AFTER consulting with leading color ed business men nil over tho country j Booker T Washington of Tuskegee Ala has decided to assist in the organi zation of a national negro business league ttttTHE impression prevails at Frankfort that the yote of the Kentucky delegates to the Kansas City Convention will be cast for U F Shively of Indiana for Vice President It is believed there willc be no instructions save for Bryan ttttREPUBLICAN leaders at Frankfort ore elated at having so easily succeeded in putting W S Taylor out of the race for Governor ExGov Bradley is said to have been the head and front of the movement which removed Taylor from politics ttttTILE center of population in this country in 1790 was twentythree miles east of Baltimore in 1870 it was fifty miles east of Cincinnati now it is very near Columbus Ind it moves west ward at the rate of thirty six to eighty one miles every ten years tttt t THE National Republican Convention meets next Tuesday the 10th in Philadelphia It is known to a certainty that McKinley will be renominated for President but any one of a dozen names may be theVice President Gov Roose velt of New York makes much refusal but stands best chance ttttpTHE Democratic Nat Convention will meet in Kansas City July 4 and the re nomination of Bryan for President is a certainty The VicePresidentJs altogether in doubt The greatest object of interest is the platform and not the name of the Vice President A wise platform one that will win in Novem ber ttttTXTLOHS exact words uttered before the decision of the Supreme Court in a regard to running away from the lawii were as follows Once and for all I desire to say neither directly nor Indirectly had I anyfconnection with the assassination Senator Goebel I am a citizen of this State amenable to its laws I am not a criminal neither shall I ever be a fn gitive from justice Whenever indict ed if such an outrage should be committed l t I shall appear for trial con fmatef ttttTHE New York Democratic State Con vention met last week and elected dele gates to the National Convention The platform adopted contains a declaration that the patty in the State will support I the platform of the Kansas City Con vention The platform declares against war taxes in time of peace declares for I the parity of gold and silver as currency demands the abolition of all customs and tariffs between Porto Rico and the i United States condemns trusts and monopolies and entangling alliances demands just and liberal pension laws and the election of United States SenaI tors by the people and favors the nom ination of Bryan t ttttCo- xMENTINO upon the talk in some quarters in the north about reenslaving the negroes particularly in reply to one Rev Frank the Memphis Scimitar says is the limit of the backward sweep IThlspendulum Its very extravagance I it of any claim to serious conI SLsidaatlon but it is worthy of notice as evidence of the change of front on the race question in the north Rev Frank would win little applause from any south I ern audience for such reckless express ions as those quoted Nobody downII here would have the negro put back in slavery even if such a thing were pos sible All that the south demands is that the white race shall rule That comprehends all of the socalled race is t lean that to orontal r LOCAL NEWS I Has the census enumerator call upon you yet The Confederate Veterans hold the next reunion in Memphis Few people are able to resent when they are told that it takes a am- man attomake a rascal Women inherit their religion men inherit their politics and all think they are thinking for themselves The next meeting of the Hickman B k L Association will meet at th court house next Thursday night 21s inst At Memphis n man after being baptized went on board a boat to change his clothes and while shouting fell over board and was drowned Madam when the census enumerator asks your ago dont tell him it Iis none of his business because it is TellI the truth and shame the devil That girl accepts rings from men she doesnt know How can shot Has to She a telephone girl The county Democracy pursuant to call of Charlie Alexander Chairman met at the Court House Saturday nuti named delegates to the conventions No instructions Dont delay the census enumerator by foolish questions Answer prompt ly all questions and if a woman bear in mind that there ore older women in the city than you are A Texas tornado recently picked up a young woman carried her half a mile ants set her down without a scratch o bruise This shows even a tornado may be a perfect gentleman The man who cant say n good won1I for his town and who is dissatisfied with- it as a home will confer a favor on his neighbors by keeping his mouth shut else move to some more congenial climoI Union City Tenn has found that I city ownership of electric light and waII ter plants more than pas rte own wayII Net protlt last month 929587 population served about 3000 Mayfleld Mon torttt Divers are still working at the wreck I the steamer State of Kansas below New Madrid Mo and report that they are making fair headway in getting the t cotton out of the hull of the burnedod steamerFulton enterprisinnIllinois now use electric lights on all of their switches The first light has been Installed in Fulton and has been put to the test and works like a charm The census enumerators are now at work and all citizens should be ready when they call to give the information called for Those going away from home should leave a statement with their neighbors giving name age nod place of birth of each member of theII I family Now that the summer season is ahead I advertisers should remember that tho man who makes u nolso when UmeJ are quiet is always somewhere in tho vicinity of the band wagon when tho procession starts In other words keep your business before tho people throughI the columns of tho COURIER A 140 JlOCKIXUII Hickmans leading barber shaves youI I with case and gives you entire satisfac tion Tho very latest styles in hair cut ting and beard trimming Shampoo andI ying given especial atttention if you ap redate prompt and careful attention + together with neatness and dispatch I Hackings is tho place Messrs David Nealo of Ft Caledo nia Neb and Chits D BirkeU of OmaI ha are putting in a riprap system for the Iron Mountain Railroad on the banks of the Mississippi river at Birds Point to protect tho banks and prevent the from caving Mr Ncalo has been very successful with tho system of rip rapping Chicago it is said has been eating hundred thousand goats per your un der the impression that it was spring lamb But if goat tastes all right whats the difference Since tho goat thrives- on tin cans why not can him Then we cat tho canned goat we can ood the can to another goat can that goat and continuo to go it Of course wo can At Cairo 111 last week while ox cavating for the foundation of tho Hal liday elevator an old gun carriage was which belonged to Fort De tho fort which commanded the and Mississippi rivers at Cairo point during the war Tho timbers for tho semicircular platform upon which tho guns rested wero as solid as they were tho day thoy were laid nearly forty years agoWe are AgeafH for Hopkinsvillo Steam Laundry tho KentuckyYourneck bands Next week we will laundry FREE one Shirt for each customer Basket loaves Tuesdays and returns Fridays Satis faction guaranteedCash RICE S NAYLOR Shoe Store A new postofflce rule has just gone into effect imposing a fine of1600 or ono years imprisonment on any ono who through carelessness or otherwise takes mail not belonging to themselves from the postoffices and fails to return it at once This applies to newspapers an well as other valuable mall People when taking mall from the office should examine it before leaving the building It will take a moment and save a deal of trouble To say that it was the post offices fault will cut no figure under this ruling Fellows who tuU troubled about exorcise says an exchange and resort to the wheel baseball and riding are poor miserable wretches who bad better bo shackled by civilization The man pointsWhensin and all sorts ot flying and catching pains if ho will just step out into his spadehewithout price but that is good for what jI ails him and ho will put in his time to r solve permanent purpose Situation tit IniiinHH I dOuo hears a great deal about Indiana these days The Republican party load theIry will carry the State without much trou itblo and that it U as safe for McKinley as is Ohio They do not believe thisf for they well know that no party has a cinch on Indiana In tho last quarter ot a century the political battles of In diana have been hard fought and close ly won and n majority of tho victories Domotcrate The the State in the presidential contests of 1870 1884 and 1892 Had the Democrats been unUM in 1890 they would have won With such a strong candidate for Guy ernor as John W Kern and with no ex cellent a State ticket OH the ono uomi InIpeaI of carrying the State this fall The belief hero is strong that Indiana is again to bo tho pivotal State upon which tho election will turn and that tho candidate who carries that StateI will bo elected President NO FK1I1T OF OUHS President McKinley anti his cabinet noted wisely in deciding that tho Amcr lean diplomatic and naval representa fives in China shall take no part in tho existing crisis beyond that necessitated for tho protection of American life anil property uowrbeing played with Pekiu ta the scone ot action isa game in which the United States GTOrernincut is interested only to tartPowI ers legitimately are Iluntia England and Japan each striving for advantage with England and Japan aligned against Russia There is no oc casion yet for the United States to be thtsquanvlRussias Government at Washington to tho effect that the United States are expected to main tain a neutral attitude in China should have been unnecessary Now 1113tI President McKluloy cabinet has acted in compliance with that notification the relief felt by Russia should be char by tho American people It oultI be deplorable indeed were this government to allow itself to bo drawn into a European war with the cause of which it had no concern as an interested prin cipal Contention July 17 Says tho Louisville Commercial I Tho Republican Gubernatorial Con tt- vention will probably be held in LouU vllle on July 17th A later convention was first thought of but the Republican lenders and the rank and file of the fitta voron early opening of the campaign I Tile SL Loafs Strike 1 i boIcompelled to call for foreign intervention to quell the street car strikers The strike has been on since May 4 and since that time several people have bwu I 11Imited and tracks torn up Recently 111 lady was taken from the oars by strikers and stoned and otherwise alms ed by the crowd after which her cloth ing was stripped from her body and she was left in tho street perfectly nlldot The sheriff has summoned a posse of 3 i 600 citizens of St Louis composed of millionaires professional and business I effortmto quell tho rioters Art Pottery Atomlnn Art JIacqaN Andiron Alum Clocks AIle Grease AcaCuu Apple Parrr Ikbbla metal Butter UuUi lUlcyclt lathTubsDraM Oool Ilroni Clock J1r1e brae JJ1aDttt UnadKfilTf liar sappllee 111814 boxes Chuang Dllbfl Clothes Llllea Cut OMs Coffee Urns Cork Corn Poppers 1 Durrnut Was Innocent One of tho saddest and most atrocious legal murders so fur recorded says tho Salt Lake Tribune ia that of Theodore Darraut who was hanged in California n few years sluco for tho murder of Bltmcho Lamont and Minnie Williams a most diabolical double crime its very hardly having a parallel iin the annals ot vice and its WM sought high and low for several dots tho wholo world hoping for his capture anti In the menu timo the nocalled astute detect ivunnuill Jpolice authorities concluded u victim was needed unit attar fastening their clutches on young Dumttit proceededi to collect what they termed ovlduucc the whole mass of stuff in all probabili ty btiiiig for tim purpose of conviction anti all of a circumstan tial nature Dnrrnnt stoutly maintain ed1 from Ills arrest up to tho moment o hu execution that ho was innocent of the horrible charge but forsooth boo cause ho could not explain every mo ment of his presence at certain tunes he was convicted and hanged and once moro the majesty of law along with the theory of these police wiseacres was duly vindicated Now the true sequel A few days ago Rev tiiUou while on hU death bud who at the time wan putorof Emanuel ohuroh where ono of the murders was commit ted confessed that he killed both of the victim fits was nil active and impor I taut wituusa at tho trial of poor Dur runt the reason of which k now qnito plain and also In view of Tho fact thntI mupiaton was strongly directed to him Ht the time I WIlUHt The condition of wheat in thin State hue declined from 100 on May 1 tto80 Juno 1st The deollno IH duo mainly to ravBgtM of HcHsianI fly although some damage bi attributed to the dry weather prevailing during May Some iii made of short heading and whoro growth wits rank it in badly lodged and tangled It to estimated that 17 par eont of the uorengo has boon injured by HUll Min fly In Ohio Indiana and Michigan where the jirospcota havo hooD nary poor turnout the wmson tho ravngua of tho lust nun fly destroyed tho few Holds that of fend a fair yield A greater portion of tbt aarougo in tiles Suite her been I 4owed up and seeded to other cropH much of it being done at the clone of May In Illinois tho prospect Iin barely as good as ono month ago Missouri haH fair crop slightly bolow an average Kansas aMp promltKsi a good yield but AyurineAu i lti ot61I1jirN nbti of injurious Insects A Wealth of llcanly PlalpleEczemaetc Buoklou8 Arnica Salve will glorify the faro br curing nil Skin Eruptions also Cuts Braises Burn Holbj Felons and worst forms of Piles Only a box Cure Sold by all druggists COXOBESS voted the sum of 85000000- to assist in tho worlds fair In 8t Louis While it may be nil right it does seem that tho same amount expended on lav ccs would have done n deal sight moro good Five million dollars is an awful big amount of tho peoples money toJJ givo for a circus CiksgUixil Off e lOCa Coal Hull cuurn Comcarpet IJfttpors- OIaD4eUers CarrtiwStU Cook Sum DUbCorrr Cex Heater taut rani IMnorrSeU DUbTri Door lIalll- I JaJf1 Crocks I lire Sele JartUnlem ChtmoeT PHILLIPS BUTTORFF MFG FURNISHERS MINUrACTURCNS Of Enterprise Stoves National Range- sTINWARE ITAMPCD JAPANNED STOVE AND COUNT- RYHOLLOWARE MANTELS GRATES PintCoffee SewCali lucksCow SeedersCan flemlislmess perpetrator puimhtnoiit manufactured thickskulled Prospeels eomplaint guaranteed CoopppeKStU CO- NASHVILLE LARGEST HOUSEHOLD New Steel FrHsenCoal metres Puts 1001- 11JlreScrteIll mdtJanMating trod Ill Traps jtult ITCMM Goat Malls Onto TrlnU oame Sea- Gasoline Stoves Grin SCOOPS ptsamers MMaaatSavesMK HateHel noaer Goads r Hearth Tiles Hand Soles fan Laps Hand Mirror louse Ilroom lea licks Ice Hook lea Bbarrr Ironln Hoard Ice 1IolN Knits Steels KaUcOrladar Laid ePresseesi Lamp Lawn Swings Lawn Settees TENN 1 PLAIN AND Iulien Floor Lsmdt1 atom Lam IK Lawn Vue- LanlerM P Lamp Wicks Lawn ChAirs Motel lollbeMUk Cans Meal Cocks Milk Shaken Milk Strainers Meal Choppers Nut Crackers Nutmeg 0 rater oasesOnyx Table 011 Can- aistent laIW H I Parlor Lamps Patent Chard 1oUto UaUnPhllock Cutleryitu TralllI Uerrl raton TraPi1oU1DjI Ito oIar- eIImoten Sea Sellb2Tiflt piod 8lOOM nak Poanlen Shovels MtblDM Statuettes Steel Uanivs Saaut mienScrub nr1Dhet- lJ6a1 IWIe- lldUors IJoIp Sewer Hop Steak 1lroIIertII Table Cutlerr Tea Brewers WHOitiaic AND nAIL ASK YOUR- DEALERS wnite SOP- SCATALOOI AND PRICCO TOilit Sets TeaSets Towel Rollers Toilet Noreltie Tea Pots Thermometerstrue Umbrella Blanch Taut Ventilator Wins Loa Wood Churns Wood Faucets Same Irons Water Cooler Water niter udeverything la China and alAN Wood or Tin Wirou- rdolesre for tho hining Room Kitchen Laundry and Dairy Xollllllff MoHBRtlOHRl Tloro is nothing Honsntioiml or nluruitiiK says Senntbr llnnun in the shut down of tho niltbi of American Stool Company It doc not Indicate thnt commercial prosperity is ebbing uwavThis womenchildren whoaavebeen beentlulrived orJnoA UAItl 5ln ITonThrolgh tilt Courier pleuso oxpresu to our nuigl boro rind monde tho grateful all flClutlon of our Borrowing hem for their great kind nets and sympathy in this sad day of our uflllction and bereavement Words Olin not be made to express our sense of gratitude for tho noble kindness shown SIIAwtLEN SIIAW p A Life wild Death Struggle Mr W A Ilium of Manchester In ttwcniatfrommeasles Induced Kcrlons lung trouble which ended In Consumption I had OOtlh0I11IIIJI I DrKingscure me Hnudred huve used It mlvirp and all say it never falls 011111II Throat Cheat and Lung i Regular size BOo and 8100 JVIal bottles I free at nil drug stores Mixedt PFaints II- We i have added to our large tockJ 010 PAILTY sa complete line ul Ready Mixed Paints ALL CULORS and guaranteed to bo of the BEST QUALITY o- mm mm ntUGGISJ4 A ot BreadIS TIm i r 1l1 t rit STAFF OF LI FK I tAND TO IKT t oGOOD FRESH BREADS 00 TO THE New + City + BaRery Ii Itread f ctlDlilljjTropical and Domestic Fruits Fine Chocolates ttand Candies Cigars and Tobacco it ICE CREAM SODA 1 I anal all the islet Drink served from tholr NEW ARCTIC FOUNT jt j1 t JfYour T I 11Your your to W f f New City Bakerya I f+ ft + 4i4444if ifajestioJJ taking lasgeis p The Best in the World I Yeti CaiiHet Hullo a MlntRk- ela Baylag Qae af these Ranges t Ono of Its Strongest 1olnta la Its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL I MinutesBUlngPall and Kxamliio Them Youll Buy no Other R B BHSTa SL HICKMAN MARBLE WORTH 2rMTAItLTf4llC 1H15IJ TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor ten 0 Riai decd Marble and Granite Monuments OURBING 1 STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING c o Hiokm n X e PUBLICI thisII i Union City Tonn and carry at all times a largo and well as sorted stock of Good 1Vhiekeyas JrespectfullyTRIAL ORDER d WR WEBSTER l tAI SPECIAL OFFEkDEAR Sin I ant enabled to sell and hereby offer Yon Four J fpr faoo l Qnroposo Hollywood Roven fuplain Hyo Whiskeyxpresa repaid to ship on approval bOxes vlthnarks to inlllcnte utonts When you reoeivo tt and test it If it is not satisfac no to 8900This W U iVEBSTEX v e 0 I TM4r f Livaa I l ir ir M itmmiaMiiWJL r 3 L Rallreml Time Table N OStL R It LtXV3i AllIUVKty- Trtlk No M at BiSO p Train No tt 718 m Troia No 3 at 1U p mII Train No 4 litt p 01e t Local and Personaliiin tfao tunuyII i Jlvo then a day that sunny Theyll bo howllu around fur rain Er Klve Vm a day with n cloud And a rain nil n pulr o win Au soon theyll be frowuln out loud Per a peep nt the sun agiu Mm S n Luen wont to Fulton to Sunday D B Wilson wont to Pullon Wed nesdayaMinn Irene Farlfl has returned from Terrell Tcnn llooklngSundny Mr hook Sollfl of Cairo Iii was in 1 ly the city this week Elmo Hooves and Hob Layuo went to Wlngo Huuday Mrs n 0 Alexander of FU Worth in vittltinK in Hiukman Miss E Purycur accompanied Mlsw JetMto bier from Paduoah John Holland of Jonisboro Ark arrived In the city ymterday Miss lliohurd of Uarutheniville Is the guest of Mrs J H Piokett MUD Marino drown visited her utn tcr Mm Hattie Roper last week Miss Bettlo Sellor Portland Oro got in visiting her brother A P Sell Service at the UhrUtlau Chnroh Sunday morning Everybody Invited HTHwift Potato slips for lUlu atlKUJSONS GltOCEUY Molt Ayers of tho Fulton Lender Lattended the Deinocrutlo County Con vcntion Saturday W C Farbof Carutherarillo at tended the tunoral of his brother IrJ1- V Fnrln Tuesday MbftKH Mlnnlo Alexander of Union Uitr and Lena Throlkoldof Woodland tnl1 are RUOl4t1 or Mrs Cue Throlkold Mlswaj Opal Knt M and Owtmby spent several dayw in Hlokman this week en route homo to Tlptonville from Jnokuon Turin i l One of the niMtlntorentlnKKomcM of brio ball this season will bo played thU I uvaning between tho Shawl and Town 1 Talk 1UTATO SLira For solo byMus M V WAUCKII Iron Atwell a prominent bus nn of Ft Worth fox laM Ixjen IMrhis sister Mrs It E Mlllett the I IOldham Into prinoiiml of Oarr ldUtutfl Fulton sins been elected Suo IKrfntendent of Public Sohoold nt Tox arkana Ark Than ladies of the C P Church will hold their next notice Hooial at tho rvui denco of Mrs Dlakeinoro In West Hlok Iran next Wednesday evening Arrangements are being made for u big barbecue nnd bran dance at tho brldgo over James Bayou near Throe State Mo on Wednesday July 4th Mrs Handle Mrs Colcman and daughter J C Cheek and Misses Leone 1Siiiun and hey DoBow attended the M K Sunday School Institute in Fulton this week Democrat MiicaGracoani KceU Johnson nnd their visitor Miss Martin attended commencement Hick man last week They wore the guests o Mrs J r SWIboMIElrYM certainly wo have Wall Ia beautifullinoWILSONS BOOK STOKE Judgo Kenrby and Esquires Mutg and Maneso bought a new road machine for the county Tuesday It is said to ixKftCiM tho latest improvements Thu price paid wo J2iCCO Mr J H Pollock has bought thoI livery buHinosH of Mess Villlnmn S Shaw near tho Itnilroad depot and will eontinuo at that place Ho solicits u ttlmro of public patronage The boso ball team of ylInd tho Shaw of Hlokman had mutch gnaw hero Tuesday tho Shaw winning by tho coro of 13to 7 Tho ColumbiiH boys won in tho previous game Tho Annual Convention of tho Mem Ilbllf Conference of Sunday Schools nnd I Epworth League convened at Fulton Tuesday Delegates from all tho church ell and moru than 40 minbtor are in at tondance rwo Holiness preachers with two ladies of tho sumo faith held a mucht interested crowd on tho ntreot Saturda past They havo aroused interest in Hickmon and tho surround lug country In thoircritlcUms they do not spurn tho ministers of tho other do nominations Baso ball is all tho rap in Hickmtin thruo days Wo have old men young men fat men loan non boys specialties white colored and all other kinds of clubs Tho Fat men won over tho Leans Wednesday by the scoro of 32 to 10i Dick Scoarco of tho Fate woo tho hon ors of tho day Mr Will Lunuom and Miss Eum Parsley of near Jordan woro married Sunday Rov D D Shuck performing s tho ceremony Joe Chamber lmnfe Chambers and wife Joo Korlin and Miss Mary Kennedy Loss DoMyer and Has wolf Graham were in attendance Tho brido is u granddaughter of Mr an- tt Mrs Wm Bondurant MpeclHl Notice All tho Board of Stewards of th Methodist Church are requested to meet at tho Church next Thursday evo at 8 oclock p m Bring your subscrip tion lists so that the settlement for tho first 0 months can bo mado for Hickmun station and a full report to date can bo anado at District Conference J E FUQUA Pros Council lrocceiIIlIENI I CALLED MRKT1NO- HICKMAN KY June 8 1000 Council met in called session Pros Mayor Dillon Councilmen Ellison Cowgili Beckman and Davis The Mayor stated the object ot tho meeting to bo to make provisions to put r sewer pipo on Moulton street fro Allegheny street to Wabash at thouco down Wabash street to ditch near corII I ner of Carroll nod Wubaih streets toot from corner of Kentucky and CurrallII streets down East lido of Kentucky street to rl vcrcTho Mayor appointed Councilman Davis as Chairman of Street Committee take tho place of Councilman Cow gill tho change being made in compli ance of a request from Mr Cowgill 1 On motion tho Mayor is Instructed t- scertain n how much pipe will be ni aired for tho shove stated purpose and order sumo On motion Thcw Dillon jr was nom inated Street CommiKsioner and there I loving no other nominations he was do appointed as said Comm lldoucr Complaint having beet uiado about J tho stops on Union and CumberlandI strcotri being out of repair thin mutter was referred to tho Street Committee and Commissioner adjournedAttestClerk I j HICKMAN KY June 11 1000jj Council met pursuant adjournment of tho 4th lust Present Mayor mllouI Counolluien Ellison Cowgill and DLockI map Tho minutes of tho last regular meet fug anti called meetings of May 8th and 28d and Juno 8th wore read approved and signed Time following accounts woro present ed properly approved which on mo ion were allowed and checks orderedI issued for tho uuionnta I P W S Ellison sundries S23 Tom Dillon jr putting up elec trio light poles 870 pay roll week end May 20 WS5 street work week end Juno 2 8S60 serving 42 notices for Equaliza IUT1UJgIUK dead hog COc 8205- II N Cowgill 1 pr rubber loots 400 II O Helm indexing record book 2100 O B Wilson repairs on C Hall 250 The City Treasurer presented tho fol lowing report for May 1000 OENBKAL FUND ACCOUNT To bal last report 22023 I cash rood of H C Holm JSJ002 10085 By checks paid lu May 8725 Bal to credit this account 10300 WATER AND uairr DONE ACCOUNT Overdraft last report 8 201 Coupons paid in May 8000 ITotalCITY HALL ACCOUUT To bat last report 17000 UIlIIh reod ot 1 O Iltdnt 4087 Bal to credit this account ei 1007 No change to College Lad account since last report W C JOHNSON C T rime Sept of tho Water and Light presented tho following report for Alit 1000 Bal in trooHury May 1st 820201 Awt collected during May 23276 t 38 Amt paid out in May 44583 Bal In treasury Juno 1st 8 6003 TOM DILLON Jit Supt On motion tho foregoing reports were nof cords and flllcd The City Clerk reported ho had exe opted and delivered to W P Johnson deed to s w guar of Lot No 115 of the City Cemetery ho having filed Supt Dill u8 receipt for 720 in payment of same Ho also reported that a deed executed to Mrs M J ForLs for Lot No 1Ot lu August Ib04 had been delivered to him and by request of Mrs Farls and con sent of thu Council ho hull executed two deeds for said lot one to Mrs M J Furls for East half and ono to A 0 Oaruthers for West halt tho receipt for payment of same having heretofore been filed with Mr W L McOutchen adjourneda For Sale Fine Drown Leghorn egg GO cents per salting of 13 M L ELLISON HICKMAN COLMIUE JUNK 1000 Best six in such grade for tho eurIThird Grade Hazel Adams Lizzie MajAllison FareSanders Edna Smith Tony Overton Fifth Grade Ruby Flommlng Vir ginlti Pnitlicr Tucker Frost Rosebud M O Cheek Young Ruth Ellison Lillian Smith Louise Atwood Sixth Credo Sec A Bottio JJoItow Hilda Blakomoro Ella Bushart Imogene More Annie Powell Gortrudo Foth Sixth Grado Sec B Vornio lIu bard Evilly Odell Pearl Bushart Lucile Don durant Davo Corum Homer Gnfii- Q Seventh Grado Inez Luton Hattlo Kistner Goaldor Johnson Tom Powell Frank Watson Rose Watson Eighth Grade Butlo Bruer Jamie Cheek Thola Hubbard Annie Ellison Josie Wiley Maybell Fuqua a01OOLdFirst YearPark Powell Bilnioo Ad urns Clarence Bondurant HPPrntherMax Powell Jock McDaniel j TomUPrather Curtis Hubbard Maud Luna ford Nettle Bookman pohmond Mo Daniel 1f Third Year Lora 1Vpyi plo 091 Jim Maddox 075 Arch DrlUow 021 Lydia Goaldor Loon Sault 804 Nina Glenn 85C i Cora Bnfjn 835 Kato Ried 802 I t M IETEUANS Include all West Kentucky A movement was put on toot at the Louisville Confederate Association to organize n District Association of Vete are to include that portion of Kentucky Pennymroyal sections to bo loan with a view to perfecting tho organization of veterans Into camps camjH into regiments and regiments into u brigade for social and reunion purposes It Is therefore re quested that nil camp commanders and county organizations submit this propo sition to their respective camps nnd or ganizations for consideration and report tho result to Col J II Johnson Prince ton KyH S HALE Col 7th Rcgt U 0 V Juno 7th 1000 JellSent to This from tho Fulton Lender shows how tho law Is enforced in Tennessee Yesterday at Unntlngtoii Judge Juo H Bond sentenced Hon John K Rare soy of McKenzie to six months in jail and a Quo of WO in each of three cases for selling whiskey in his drug store at McKenzIa There were seven cash against him but only in three of them was judgment made McKenzie adoot ed local option somo time ago and Raw soy ran a blind tiger in life drug store Ho is one of tho most prominent men in West Tcnr see having served as State senator Strenuous efforts ara twang his friends to havo Gov madEbon him Judgo Bond and Wade both have pos itivoly refused to sign tho pardon STOCK PEAS FOR SALE 01oStock Peas on hand and can fill all Qr dors promptly for either Whippoorwill or Oow Peas A M SHAW State Lino Ky jNegro lilted at Hires morningWade sleepsinRives WM awakened by a noise of some one trying to effect an entrance at the store door A few weeks ago there had been made an attempt to burglarize the store at which time tlw would be In trader was fired upon by Mr Freeman and the wouldbe intruder fired in return This QfIrllhotburglarleadwhereuponhoed with No 3 shot the discharge took- effect negrokilUnlt Shannontrom MrUuago as a watch some money and anti clew of merchandise were found on him WhitoutorcOblon Threshing Wheat hj Moonlight In order to escape interference bar rainthreshersnight in Tarrant Parker and Polo Pin to counties Texas Grain was being 4 cut tAlongal Wells railroads wheat has been near I t8selltyearnGlorious I flews I t 4ComesitaI T He writes Electric Bitters whichadh Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but now her health IIIbeat blood purifier known Its tho su promo remedy for eczema totter saltIIt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidney and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds alldruinFOR THE BEST I- NGROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES TO Rogers cA Threlkeldsr c7rO AILa OOS Z t Wirrivos OLD STAND 1 Goods Delivered Free ATSClinton Telephone 74 0 I i High Gradfs AT Low Prices All SUMMER TANS in Kid Veloujqalf nnd Willow Calfall Leather and Cloth 1Tcps tLtf 298 = s4 00 nod 360 Q II 29811t All Fresh New StocK No Plugs EVERY PAIR WORTH THE i FORMER PRICE RICE XAYLOI CASH SHOE STOKE 0 0 TA LEDFORD f Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement j 1 ST I carry everything usually found ila firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please my customers My motto is GOOD GOODS at EAJR PRICES Try me ffi Clinton Street Tolphono id Promptly Delivered 0- p tr- S 6lIl S 1- r SHAW r CALLS THE Attention I of the Ladies TO HIS Styoe Depa rtIeIt THIS WEEK One of the largest Stocks in the Cityt J Fine t0es a Specialty BARGAINS IN OXFORDSand SPRiNG SHOES OF ALL KINDS is s Iss ss ssI ARIAGCS Gcnd GW GOP S =for cevsurc c1- 1iwusinc5 WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND AT I IJ Ii I C IThey have just received a large assortment of Young Moils Buggies that are UptoDate They are also agents for the 1leading 4 I Wheat Machinery McCormick Harvesters GaarSpott Threshers and Binder Twine CALL AND SEE THEIRHICKDIAN KY LIVERY STABLE OPPOSITE R R DEPOT r J H POLLOCK Fropr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe tennis 0 Customers served with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 19 C E EAKER General duce Powell Blook Clinton St laving purchased the Grocery Stock of J J C Bondurant would be pleased to hue all old friends to call Fresh Ooodn and Choice Bargain DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Oowgtlla Drug Store 0 A F OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN KENTUCKY IVE 11E A TRIAL wbeu you want Blsclemtthing done or repair In Ipeolall1It Undertakers Goods Common Rosewood end tiolld Black Walnut Coffins end Casts which can be- tted up in abort notice and at reason able prices Give ma a cull IS Shop near the Jail Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERY NOTIONS 6 Calland see our Stock Everything up to date MARY BBRENDES Co fJL wr11 L IItitIlIl I i j Successor to Wm Dleetelbrlnk DCALER IN Fancy Groceries and Provisionst JH0JOM JWJmfKY lbw FREE DELIVERY i 1 Telephone Store No 94 ResvIdonco No 96 + CITY BARBER SHOP herototryingbarbers JOHN HICKS H R IVY WILT CROWKW th- F co v III I II I J THE ROUGH PLACES Dr Talmage Indicates the Best Way of Getting Over Them t eiiBn from n Memornble Incident a the Snvlonri Mfc Following Chrlit Xot Alwnyn Smootli Sailing Copyright 1900 bj Louts Klopsch Dr Talmage who Is now In Europe preaching to immense congregations the great cities sends this sermon Iin which he describes the rough places of life and indicates the least means of getting over them nndshows how many people fall to understand their best blessings text Mark Iv 39 And He arose and rebuked the wind and said unto the sea Pence be still Here in Capernaum the seashore vili I lage was the temporary home of that Christ who for the most of his life was homeless On the site Of this village now in ruins and all around this lake what eceies of kindness and power and glory and pathos when our Lord lived here I can understand the feeling of the immortal Scotchman Robert Me Cheyne when sitting on the banks this lake he wrote It IB not that the will gazelle Comes down to drink thy tide But lie that was pierced to save from hell Oft wandered by thy side Graceful around tbee the mountains meet Thou calm reposing sea Hut ah far moro the beautiful feet Of Jesus walked oer thee I cnn easily understand from the con tour of the country that bounds this like that storms were easily temptedI to make these waters their pin jground This lake in Christs time lay in a scene of great luxuriance the sue rounding hills terraced sloped groved so many hanging gardens ofr beauty On the shore were castles armed towers Roman baths everything attractive and beautiful ailL styles of vegetation in smaller space than in almost any other space in tfic world from the palm tree of the forest to the trees of rigorous climate It seemed as If the Lord had launched one wave of beauty on all the scenejnd it hung and swung from rook and hul andl oleander Roman gentlemen in pleas ure boats sailing this lake and country men in fishing auincks coming down to drop their nets pass each other with nod and shout and laughter or swing lag idly at their moorings Obi what a beautiful scene It seems as if we shall have a quiet night Not a leaf quivered in the air not a ripple disturbed the face of Gen nesaret But there seems to be a little excitement up the beach and we hasten to see what it is and we findI It an embarkation From the western o shore a flotilla pushing out not a squadron of deadly armament norclip per with valuable merchandise nor piratic vessels ready to destroy every thing they could seize but a flotilla bearing messengers of light and life and peace Christ Is in the stern ofr the boat Ills disciples are in the bow and amidships Jesus weary with much speaking to large multitudes is put into somnolence by the rocking ofr the waves If there was any motion at til the ship was easily righted if the wind passed from starboard to lar board or from larboard to starboard the boat would rock and by the gentleo less of the motion putting the Master isleep And they extemporized+ z pil low made out of a fisherman coat I think no sooner is Christ prostrate and His head touched the pillow than lie Iis sound asleep The breezes of the lake run their fingers through the locks of the worn sleeper and the boat rise and falls like a sleeping child on the bosom of a sleeping mother Calm night starry night beautiful niglitl nun up all the sails ply all the oars and let the large boat nnd the small boat glide over gentle Gen nesaret But the sailors say there tis going to be a change of weather And even the passengers can hear the moan- Ing of the storm as it comes on wit treat stride and all the terrors of hurricane and darkness The large boat trembles like a deer at bay among the clangor of the hounds great patches of foam are flung into the air the sails of the vessel loosen nnd in the strong wind crack like pistols the smaller boats like petrels poise on the cliff af the waves and then plunge Over board go cargo tackling and mastsIr and the drenched disciples rusk into the back cart of the boat and lay hold of Christ and say unto Him Master carelt Thou not that we perish That great personage lifts Ills head from the pillow of the fisherman coat walks to the front of the vessel and looks out into the storm All around Him are the smaller boats drlvun in the tempest and through it comes the cry of drowning men D y the flash of the lightning I see the calm brow of Christ as the spry dropped from ills beard He has one word for the sky and another for the waves Looking upward lIe cries Ponce Looking downward IIe says He still The waves fall fin t on Their faces the foam melts the ex tlngulshcd stars relight their torches The tempest falls dead and Christ stands with Ills foot on the neck of the storm And while the sailors are Baling out the boats and while the are trying to untangle the cordage the disciples stand in umuenicnt now llooking into the mlm Mil then hit Ithe calm sky then into the calm twivlotirs countenance and they cry juU What manner of man is this that oven the winds and the sea obey ITitn l The subject in the first place itn prcsses me with the fact that it is cry important to have Christ in the thin for alll those bouts would hsvc cone to the bpttom of Oenne ret IfI Christ had not been present 0 what a lesson for you and for me to satw r leunl Whatever voyage we under take Into whatever enterprise we start let us always have Christ in the ship All you can do with utmost tension of body mind and cool you are bound to do but oh have Christ in every enterprise There are men who ask Gods helpI at the beginning of great enterprises He has been with them in the past no trouble cnn overthrow them the storms might come down from the topof Mount Mormon and lash Gen nesaret into foam and Into agony I but it could not hurt them But here is another man who starts out in worldly enterprise nnd ho dependsI upon the uncertainties of this life He has no God to help him After awhile the storm comes tossen off the masts of the ship ho puts out tits life boat and the long boat the start and the auctioneer try to help him off they cant help him off he must go down no Christ In the ship Your life will be made up of sunshine nnc shadows There may be in it arctic blasts or tropical tornadoes I know not what is before you but I know iIf you have Christ with you nil shall be well You may seem to get along without the religion of Christ while everything goes smoothly but after awhile when sorrow hovers over the ofsoul when the waves of trial dash clear over the hurricane deck and the decks are crowded with piratical din astersoh what would you do then without Christ in the ship Take God for your portion Uod for your guide God for your help then all is well all is well for a time all shall be well forever Blessed is that man who puts in the Lord his trust Ho shall never be confounded But iny sUbject also impresses me with the fact that when people start to follow Christ they must not expect smooth sailing These disciples got into the small boats and I have no doubt they said What a beautiful day this Isl lots delightful sailing in this boat And as for the waves theyLboat the more delightful But when the winds swept down and the sea was tossed into wrath then they found that following Christ was not smooth sailing So you have found it so I have found it Did you ever notice tho end of the life of the apostles of Joins Christ You would say if ever meTI ought to have had a smooth life a smooth de parture then those menu the disciples of Jesus Christ ought to have had such a departure and such a life St James lost his head St Philip was hung to death on a pillar St Mat thew had his life dashed out with a halbert St Mark was dragged to death through the streets St James the Less was benten to death with a fullers club St Thomas was struck through with a spear They didnot find following Christ smooth sailing Oh how they were all tossed in the tempest John Hues Inn fire Hugh MoKail In the hour of martyrdom tha Albigenses the Waldcnses the Scotch Covenanters did they find it smooth sailing But why go into history when we can draw from our own memory illustrations of the truth of what I 3y1 A young man in a store trying to serve God while his employer scoffs at Christianity the young men in the same store antagonistic to the Chris tiara religion teasing him tormenting him about his religion trying to get him mad They succeed in getting him mad and say Youre a pretty Christian Does that young man find it smooth sailing when he tries to follow Christ 1 Or you a Christian girl Her father despises the Christian religion her mothers despises the Christian religion her brothers and sisters scoff at the Chris than religion she can hardly find a quiet place in which to say hrprayers Did she find it smooth nailing when she tried to follow Jesus Christ Oh not All who would live the life of the Christian religion must suffer persecution If you do not find it i one way you will get it in anothe- h way But be not disheartenedI TakeI courage You are in n glorious com panionship God will see you through all trials and He will deliver you My subject also impresses me with the fact that good people sometimes get frightened In the tones of them disciples as they rushed into the backs part of the boat I find they are fright ened almost to death They say Master carest Thou not thnt we per ish They had no reason to be frightened for Christ was in the boat 1 suppose if we had been there we would have been just ns much af frighted Perhaps more In all ages very good people get very much af frighted It is often so in our day nnd men say Why look at the bad lectures Look at the various errors going over the church of God We are going to founder The church is go ing to perish She is going downy Oh how many good people are nf frlghtcd by Iniquity in our day and think the church of Jesus Christ is going to be overthrown and are just as much affrighted as were the dls ciples of my text Dont wory dont fret as though iniquity were going to triumph over righteousness A lion goes Into a cavern to sleep ifs lies down with his shaggy mane covering the pans Meanwhile the spiders spiny a web across the mouth of the raver sari say We have captured him Gossamer thread after gossamer- o thread until the whole front of the cavern is covered with tho spiders web and the spiders tiny The lion is dote the lion Is fast After awhile the lion has got through sleeping He rouses himself ho shake his mane he walks out into the nunllght lIe docs not even know the spiders webs spun and with his roar he shakes the mountain So men come spinning their sophistries and skepti ciao about Jesus Christ He seems t to1be sleeping They BtotWe have captured the Lord He will never i come forth again upon the nation Christ is overcome forever His religion will never make any conquest among men But otter awhile the Lion of tho tribe of Judnh will rouse Illmsolf and como forth to shake aplderstruth and error a fair grapple and truth will come off victor Do not be afraid of a great revival Oh that such gales from Heaven might sweep through all our churches Oh for such days as Richard Baxter saw in England and Robert McCheyne saw 1 in Dundee Oh for such days as Jonathan Edwards saw in Northampton Z I have often heard my father tell of the tact that in the early part of the cen tury there broke out a revival at Som erville N Jand some people were very much agitated about it They said You are going to bring too many people Into the church at once and theysent down toNewBruntwickto get John Livingston to stop the revival Well there was no better soul in al the world than John Livingston li went and looked at the revival They wanted him to stop iU lIe stoodin thei pulpit on the Lords day and looked over the solemn auditory and he said This brethren is in reality the work of God Beware how you stop it AndI he was an old man leaning heavily oni his staffa very old man And hei lifted that stall and took hold of the small end of that staff aud bcgan to let it fall slowly through between the fin gee anti the thumb and he said Oh i thou impenitent thou art falling now falling from life falling away fromi peace ally Heaven falling ua certainly as that Tone Is falling through ray hand falling certainly though per haps falling slowly And the conet kept on falling through John LIving stons hand The religious emotion in the audience was overpowering and men saw a type of their doom as thaI cane kept falling and falling until the knob of the cane struck Mr Living stons hand and he clasped It stoutly and raid limit the grace of Godfoan stop you as I stopped that cane and then there was gladness all through the house at the fact of pardon and peace and salvation Well said the people after the service I guess you had better send Livingson home He is making the revival worse Oh for gales from Heaven to sweep all the coo I tinents The danger of the church of God is not in revivalsII Again my subject impressed me with the fact that Jesus wren God man In the same being Here andIIII in the back part of the boat Oh how tired lIe looks What sad dreams He must linnet Look at Ills countenance lie must be thinking of the cross to come Look at Him He is a man bone of our bone flesh of our flesh Tired lIe falls asleep He la a man Dot then I find Christ at the prow of thc bot1 I year lUma pyt Reace 1v still and I see tho form kneelliTir Sft Ills feet and the tempests foldlic their wings in His presence Ho Is 1 God If I have sorrow and trouble and want sympathy I go and knM down at the back part of the boat and say 0 Christ weary One of Ges nesaret sympathize with all my seer row Man of Nazareth Man of tile Crow A Man a Man But if I want to conquer my spiritual foes it I want to get the victory over sis death and hell I come to the front of the boat and I kneel down anti I sag MO Lord Jesus Christ Thou who dldtt hush the tempest hush all my grief hush all my temptation hush all my sin III learn once more from this subjwt Itrdid seem as if everything must go to ruin The disciples had green up tie idea of managing the ship the crew were entirely demoralized yet Chrtit rises and the storm crouches nt Bis feet Oh yes Christ can hush tie tempest You have had trouble Po haps it was the little child taken away from youthe sweetest child et the household the one who asked tie sloe1flfeatrness and the spade cut down through your billing heart Perhaps it ww an only son and your heart has ever since been like a desolated castle tie owls of the night hooting among ale fallen arches and crumbling stair swepteaway you said I had so much bark stock I had so many government se curities I Had BO many houses I had so many farms all gone all gone Why sir all the storms that ever trampled with their thunders all tie shipwrecks have not been worse than this to you Yet you have not been completely overthrown Why Chrlit says I have that little one in my keeping I can care for him as well as you can better than you can 0 be reaved mother Hushing the tem pest When your property went away God said There are treasures In Heaven in banks that never break Jesus hushing the tempest There Is one storm into which we will all have to run The moment when we let go of this world and try to talc hold of the next wo will want all the grace possible Yonder I tea Christian soul rocking on the surges of death All the powers of darkneno seem let out against that soulthe swirling wave the thunder of the sky time shriek of the wind all seem to flunite together But that soul is IIOtr troubled There is no sighing there are no tears plenty of tears In the room at the departure but he weeps no tears cnlm satisfied and peltC fill all is well By the flash of the storm you see tho harbor just ahead and you nre making for that harbor All shall be well Jesus being our pilot Into tho harbor of Heaven now we Ilide Nero homo at last homo at last woftjyiyo drift on the bright sllvry tide Were home at last y Glory to God all our hangars are oer J shoreotGlory to wq evermore Wre harts at last THE DUTY OF DEMOCRATS There I Only One TliliiK to lie lane In the SlrtiKtflo for llnnrit QnvcMinirnl Those who nrc democrats have a OHM to perform The first out Iis toe jlffiare I nm u democrat Thnt done tliore U nq question ns to who and wlmt you nre The mighty revolution vtiiih established liberty to nil thel- auIIl and to the people Uioreof birthed tin tlrst democrat Cnturha hud been uiiting for him and his heat notable nit was the writing of the declaration of independence It war a simple 1luratlon of rights claimed and wrongs Imposed It ninth the contest AH the IMMM were embodied in onliiUirty liter n century of trial the cpr tion is ngnln presented not an a tttr proposition but nil n continuous proportion that the question which ijMllxed the American revolution shall continue to vitalize public thought and public virtue nnd that mho speudldcx 1mnplrs which lived mid tiled nt thee sigma of and the final settlement of rntut ruction of organic law hall bo n produced In the virtuous doling of mm who live that their country may Ib preserved anti that liberty nhnll return en1 abide with the people Are mm to the methods and thoughts of- i On father will cover nil wrongs In icomt all truth crush out or drive in+ t retirement alt speculative theories vhirh avarice has suggested anti In Komr insianeow IMS Inaugurated that Irhl Irnosa l thrttt may prow grades while ipublic goad Is lost sight of In ilI riititrntioN for power sad till im pti i in fespenedve 1UNII s on these ho nre nuxlotM to live In Urn of liber t suet juHttee and preoiee equality IIn UKakin of three tarn Daniel Web hi r aid They were sot men naile pn mt l y iifltee leaf great tern on wham tliI riiuntr far lire own benefit had r nfrrrr otileo There was In them tlat which onkt dell not giveand which tin rrlinqiiUlttHcnt of nfilcrdN not and ewldl not take away One weighted withj years Iis flllliu the 1It In the wrsie of the slate wbfolt pint to lib crt rind Inimauiiy Joke Adnnn wh- owecoad precedent et the United Smtes 1IU voice fifta Is tINt aeitlth an- spirall for jturtleo and merry Who willi play the rob1 ctI TMIM J aIIIO 1 ttho has the ability and the eountge IC II rand forth m the mmpotl of liberty andl ueenm the ndlllira loa of mutt kud Art we left to flee Mites of the Iul for itdrocate for liberty In trot M me mass amid the srnmlte IIhrt of New Hampablre who has lathed his feet In the rolling Ht8n which lashes her brief roast who U imbued with the spirit of WebaterT The hour IsI at bused sad now It whirs lolori must be rated IH lertiMlem forth prc rvntlon of liberty They are living Why do they rot cots forth it n roan 1 U net a ttamearat than lie JanieHioonU njf1U holitai 1 of tUefollow ng- of Thomas Jeffrson nor of the boww holdof faith Let no opiate be In JfOlei into time tabs of failh which ilr JriTerMM did not approve Censer Itokinr for extntneowt matter That people which IIs governed least U gov erred best There iis but one plunk needed In the democratic pintform Declare for the wimple way the hOMo et methods tha equality before tile law the administration of justice time protection of those who srr weukecU Thlii dace nil will he oovrreik The peoplel will comprehend tint platform and overwhelmingly approve ItCfH clnnatl Knqulrer TRUCKLING TO THE TRUSTS The AtlmlnUtratliin Ilya Xhnrrn it lnvor fur luanllIttComlilnri The republican party U the begetter of the greatest monopoly of nil Hint which gives the home market Into the absolute control of n few favored mnn ufaoturtTM The whole principle of trusts I10 conceded In that notion The various particular trusts donling in spocliltluB are onlyI offspring of the general trust which the republican party 1ms created and Jfjulerly foe tered It Is unlikely to Interfere with them In any destructive fuvhlnn It dare not They support Its life an It supports theirs It haw no other motive or occasion for continuance compar able with that of serving the mercen ary nvnrlcc of the truKtH It will go no farther In seeming hostility to them than they permit It to go They make no opposition to any Mirt of makr believe antagonism that will strengthen it at election time but their negative will be Imperative nnd conclusive against tiny course thnt III dangerously hurtfulAll who are well Informed In politics and all who inure large Inter cats in IxislncKA understand this per fectly A McKlnley administration will haul down the flag in the Philip pines ns soon ns It will cease to be the protector of trusts It would haul down the ling in the Philippines Iif the trusts wanted it hauled down nnd would find some fine phruo of patriot lam and humanity for justification of its course Boston Herald Mntiniliiilnn to llnnnn Under the compelling influence of Mark linnnas party bullwhip the full CRt pressure possible to the ndnitnls tfntlou and the oxgoading cries of nd nilnlHtrutlon organs the entire repub Hyon column will be Keen to full Into line nod trudge patiently In the road ajnrked out for it by its masters of the administration ring A grout hue jjjtl cry of jubilation will he mined by he fclvinhyltes over thlo lint when roll como to contemplate sndeyed and brokennplrlleil caravan thus 4iShed Into Bubntlmtluti then wilt be little hilt pity In your heart For there vaB a tiny when this same republlenn fwrty tens n virile thing In error It ylSy be but flerCitlT otttspokcn Su oult erublo IMPERIALISM IN FORCE Heiiiitillrnnii Are Trylntr to Cuuieiii the KflTccI of Their lUpnn rlan Iollei Senator Spooner works himself up to a high pitch of Indignation over what he calls an attempt to make an In sue of imporinlUm where none actually exist That Issue IH not hero now ex tAlniK Mr Spooner except fur party and partisan purposes it U u forced Issue n wicked issue If the Issue in not here for other than party purposes time reason I If because It IIs blinked or Ignored Imo fact of im perialism Is with us whatever may be true ITS to time issue Wherever there is a more or less suc cessful attempt to rule an alien people outside of the constitution mind ngalnut their will liters is the tact of imperial ism though it may not be made an Issue The WlBooimln senator passionately declares that the government of the United Stutcit Iis true and wW renmln true to the declaration of what he callsI the Teller resolution lly thin he menus that we are occupy ing and will ooonpy Cuba tee nn ether purpose than Its pneKleirtUu and that when that Iis nteomplt ked wo will leave the people of toe island to gov ern It reeogiiialHff their ludepewtenee If lists k true there Is no Amertoan ImperktlUm IH Culm bcaue there I no lmiK ltloH of Ameriean government upon tAt pitttpt wltnont their onnkenl This Bflint sonater uken n ked whet he proposed to do withI the Philippine vehemently retorted To enfortw the authority of the get rHi ent In tier Islands That was nil NothlHg but enforee ment of AiHorleMH authority nt nn time steer or remote regftrdlvM of the will of the iienplo uf those Utands There breathes the very spirit of ItsI erialNiinAooordlMg to MrI SpMM r tbero lao Imperialhim In Cuba sad the way to nvohl It 1 b ptelHly inUlotitcd by titer PDt lay which he lntlln iitl deetare we are going to a4hore to there Aeeording to tIt mme Mr Spoons we will set pursue that AmtfriMn poliO In the Philippine There we have tINt fret of ItnpertnUsm hard sad bine sad void and irittovnly rliiWltB u the Mulr gbebr We hat till feet We will MM huts e the IMH If Spooner mod the admlnta tratloH for which he vHenka ease iwe vestChkago Ckrontete AN ISSUE THAT MENACES the HrnllshtnnlM Antrrlmn Vnt- rIoller Won til Slitke It Wnrm for JleKlnlry How much vutlitwhtKiH oun Ibe rouMxl for Inntnnuo over our dwimttid mllllTuke t4C uchstuelq t81ke lair1 w11ifrAJ1rlp aiiGotrey several yeses net 11kv U WM Inti mated recently Host n fU t might lit sent to col leet tu indemnity onehnU of the country expressed nwiMement and the other bnlfillsgwit MrMrKin wJueohl riot gals a thawHinA vote by coereinfc the mtltait As for tier Monroe deetrtao and Germanys alleged hostile IntcnUoHB It b j0nln that no body takes the liyal rlaol uttetwseosof Storrtury Hoot and Slor IxMlgeiieri usably The Merinos government de dines In uny or do anything which would aUaMe the adinlnb tratloH to put n chipnnI Its Uioukler and iKM e us time ohanipkitt of the doctrine If these IK SUM are the best that Mr Ilnnnu mss In stock he U an object of pity A New York paper recently Intimated that If the foreign otIII the Ililted Mate became too mtteh wrought up over tin Ipstriiollon of the Hoer repuWtes by Imperial Britain and threatened Inv jury to the republican pnrty thooilmln bttrntlon might make an appeal to the utralghtoiit American otc Now this It must be admitted would be an IcNue that would stir the country fancy the effect upon the people of the country of n revival of knownothing Ism by the ndmlnlstmtlon If Mr Mc thingsmuminc nnd the defense of time Monroe tloetrlnr against Ocrmnuy tutu go In for knownot hlngidtn He would have presldentisla year Italtlmorr Sun- PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS pnrodontdreasonable dlllgonoe during hum rest of his term IIf ought to be able to make tine average for time four years one rob ber n month Albany Argus Sonic of the Ilnnna organs are saying singe the boss knifed Quay tout turn Ices not been an honest election In nannyhaveCaine on deck Kansus City llmes Farmers of AmericaI Two years ago you could trade two bushels of wheat for ICO pounds of barb wire Today you must yield up six bushels of whent for 100 pounds of hnrb wire While everything you have to sell has either crammed stationary In prke or advanced only from S to in per sent everything you hue to buy has advanced ffutri Ji to iso percent Do yon want n oha gemnmlut SVorTdTfer aid Mr MrKinley IIn again dependent upon Mark Ilyinnu to further httt am bit 1011 for nn timer term in the white house IInni lniH absolute control of toe ripulllcnnyiiitlrinnl machine Tin cnn Hticnemfiilli louch the synch cntoH for n fiViaOf0 contribution to the republican Ilush fund to be used for oniupnlgn puriraen At his bulling nail on his pledge Y f the continued sub nnrvloney of Mr ncKlnlcy to tho syn ilicntvs the trenifuyoiiH power of these corporations will stain be used to in ilucnce votes for tbArcpubUcan UcVcttt- it Iiouh llcpubll PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS At therinenlerBirk7tyGeorge- thats tin artistic makeup of Claude Melnottcsl AVIckHJocnt compare with the makeups of some women In the audience Vouton Transcript IIs A gentle Of Perfected course ArrRlIgCb1CnteltII I see that time to lean against Detroit Free Press All time world loves a lover quoted Mr Monies and There Is one notable exception objected Mr Wllklnabnrff Indeed Yes the girls fathers big bulldog PittsburghI ChronlolcTcle graph How did you got up such n unlver sallyI satisfying platform Whyyoit t- Mf wo mapped out all we thought it could safely say and then we knooked out ninetenths of thntlndlanaloUa Journal At n Low EbbI repeat gentle men said the orator tthe Influence of the press linn departed Jhn way there you fellows In front ntxl stop orowdlilg the reporters How can tinuy To their work under such conditions 1 Phllndolphla North Amorlonn An ImprcnKlnn of SlreJJhl 3011 dance until the wee wina hour caked one young man No I MdnU Wo danced till the last stir had gone anil I had to wAlk three miles They were the biggest lioHrv I over remember having oneeunterad Washington Star Thoreii H man who has a putS wr for mac remarked tho dyvpepUa titan who wins bothered by ttte piano playing of tine youngwoman nexidoor Who DHiHley Wlty ices deaf as n post repllwT his friend I know he In mid the dyspeptic inan Phllodal vista Press lEverywhore were men with newspapers devouring with feverish eager neM time foul details of thin horrfltle murder MMnrbId curtosHy wt final ly sneeredl with Inillgnntlon MXa we are ill UAllfylHg ourselvM by it an juror M iheyjuotMted silt nlghtd wwctrily Detroit JournoL OFTHE OREGON nan Terrier yrllh a turn I Itrearil Now H Peneefnl ObiII aII A bull terrier with n ronwntio history I antl 1MMeMJi K rare IntottlRtnw to t1ll S Mlko now b lenRlng to a owoIt I Hwn wits lemma oftlowi In t lie Ormt Nertlc l urn huthMnif Mike was of ImjidrtMMa on time ImtilealUp Oregon wrcraljinrs age hone the letters I1 s brooded kink nnd deep IH life hiolng whlttflMe He was the maitcot on the ship whop the fntnonn journey was made from San Frnnefeca around the lists says a Chlenge paper OrontHenn did net bring bApptaeja to Mike however for aHotJior dug with low of podlgroo but with eight fMJNtn mare of fletilt end muMtlo +a ntfed n J 0 pet mi the Oreffon It was the droam of both tIp to yo ashore t they lesleeci tervflrd to such nn occMlon with mssrry enRernvwi than they dtipkiyed in go log otter a base retuqeecIfromted almost time deek Mike made a rush At hits soil Q thrilling fight CMMW H- Wft n regular ooonrrenee alter that A tight followed ouch dogs Journey ashore The sailors were delighted with the tohlN and arranged tnnny exretIM A urillali captain who visited the ship was touched with pity ror- JWIt little Mike who wan IkkeOf1 every day but was reedy to light again the next After muoli negnUfltlng time Knglbthnmn wiceeedetl In buying lUretit and carried him off to hula own ship There abw Mike met fresh troufeka A goat was the iruueot on title llrlttoh ship Tine goat become ItalelY ef Mike One day when unsuspecting Mike tat i looking out over the water tint goat andpluckMikethe next time the trick mm attempted the goat ulnnk Into u dark onrner and Mike imaging by the teeth to lite Hank went with him Mike xvoit finally transferred through several owners to IJcnt Mnrix of the tnnrlne corps who gala him Into the keeping of his present master in Chi cage fioeoarn Att tAe I A report mans from Troy Itorrlorr county Mich that millions oPlocunK i alighted In thnt section on a reeent- iSunduy and derntateI tine launch o6a1Lrvegetation The Insects were yvliow 1 amigreen with loop Ilegs and big hendg I say the Cincinnati liuqulrer Tilt ftn sects pelted everything they name In t contnct with AnlmnU In the field rstood with lowervd hends tnWng time storm upon their hnekn and ilanli In two minutes the Insects hail KO pep pered a vast area tint its color and character were entirely altered 7u nn inrrvclibly start time the ImweU had eaten up every preen thing and nfter the grass and Icavos were devoured in their hunger they nto the bark and shrubs nnd trees When they arose from the soil or from nay clump of trees the place they quitted had n bar ren and wintry inspect t KaiflUli itearerThaeAmrrteaa The fRet thnt the United States baa become the worlds greatest producer of coal nnd nt A cost of proiltiatlua far below that of any other port of the world Attracting great nttentieu ci pcclnlly from Jlrltbh producers and consumers of ooul The present output of the United States IIn larger than that I of the United Klngdonu nod coal can be bought In America nt the pit mouth nt 118 n ton as against Ufl bald la Great Britain Cuaeli Until furnUuroIs bedoneis disclose with a water tap at the pillow coo of the couch II 1 wr- w + awJ s 1n r- v n1 f F II1 + A3 t wnV llII wt 7 t l W ivt JI14p-I r VQ 0 7 1 4 AN IDEA FROM KANSAS I IJluv to Iliiltil n tyMoiir HrfiiKo In the Crllnr llhtrlt AtTnrU All tlie Seuurlty Nled- It is not nlwayfc evmcMlent for the fanner to bulk a mvu of refuge from the cyolouw that ore liable to occur nt any thno In the spring and summer Much imfcr and moro eoonomlonl HMfer t tlmcgtwithin a few tptI mid convenient be Maw at the word of warning nil can quickly rtneh safety without expoeur- to tho stone of wind rain and hall tlta may be taxing oui lde anil when the danger IIs powwil the house can be j reachml without going two or throe r oj A CYCLONE 8AFBTV rods In the downpour of rain that fol1 Iowa the wind I The safety U built In tho cellar un dIUNa1I toe home In an onllnary I mUll I WHP wettkJ be anythlMg but cafe HWikl the liOHiO be lifted or blown urar for the ehlRMtcyt upper found i dense sad rtvhrii of the tousle usually fill tk cellar The safety Is to guard against being crumbed by those It it J ooiwtruoted In the form of a table IIn thus southwest corner of the cellarIi Posts largo enough to wlthta1 the greatest weight fltiNtld be in jwlrr nbout four feet apart and the tops of use pair tbould by nit with shonldo on corresponding sides wpun which Past the plank that the protecting floor lit to lw cplked to Theite plank a bolted to the posts and should be oak The oevering stank hould nta be of three Inch oak and fastened It Inrge piker The side should be boarded up ore tra potts put in to guard against re bounding stores or timbers It should rover ar large n space as convenient An ax crowbar spade MW and hntohet fcheuld fthvtty IM kept Inside Maxes ohIo upon which to nit sliuNtd be pro TltVil TM Is inueli cheaper than the mve and as sate as any refuge oar be Orange lH4d Purmer TIMELY SUGGESTIONS When All IVnaiiu Jlnvn Wide Tire Ik Ool nand Question Wilt T llrcitlMP Lr ftrrluui fo This fl awn eiiiamot Important ipmtloMi of tie day Tin qupftiion Sa HUall the ImpruvrmpMt IIf mode in the roadlmd In tLe wagon or vehicles or both It is hash neeewnry to say that the narrowtired wheels of the argon of toKlay do treat tin innye to roxlbml IIn rainy and thawing weath er I believe that the day laI not for oft when the widetired low IIcIlt11 wnpon will take tho place of the pros rat fann wagon A great niiiober of thcftolaw widetired wheels hnvealroaily lleu put is MO On most of they wliwlir Uie tire are from three to six Inches wide A w heel of thin kind heljw to imika a rood road whereon the nar rowtired wbeei U the greatest manu t facturer of churl Itches on rnrth Should we not takv herd to the groat amount of good rood In France And tamo of thttr ways of keeping them In I good order you will certalnl ogre that If a rooilie bi ijrndeil as Is cus tomary In thin country and con tinus ly rolled and the niirrowtlrrd vln tin1 with their henry UNI AB kept off cf I hrm It would soon breomuan excollei t swath bed but pvts thui to put on thi se nut S theSy highway nM h m thl couHty Is full of today1nI Prio the beery lends are dmwn rn a wageltttb tlrtm from four to ten It rhra wide The front truck 1 o just rnouirb narrower than tilt rear s tIt llir outer edge uf the front wire truoks meet tho inner edge itf the outer wheels Tills keeps continually rollllt the rendbrd When this country adopts such a wagon the OIl road gaastlott will Income Teas serious Trogreaolve Farmer Cnnnillnn lrnrhr fur ICvport Those Canadians who want all the 1 1trade they uRn get from Knglaml arc now planning to seal peaeheH in hexca of four or five poaches In a box or in f boxes psrt tl like our egg cases aria they expect to get about SO cents each for iMiidsome peaches In London At leesl they sold readily nt quit price Inft yesr and the dvinaiid exceeded the supply Peaches nro not succrssfully grown In Kngland or on the continent excepting under glass or hi sheltered localltliH winre they are trained to t the wnll The United States should bo able to supply thin demand an well Ult Canndn bung Itn shorA-n exchange well illustrates theim portancu of long rows by telling oT a western farmer who had plowed laneI Ibo rods wide and a halfmile long 11 made three fields cneh 33 rods wide and 100 rod long When planted In corn lie found that his malt could cultivate I the long way of the row in threo days while tf going the other way there UUH four days work lust one day ottra was spent In turning around at the end three tlrneH an often Do not overfeedthedairy heifer If you tin she will become too tat TJicm is ii happy medium anti this ia what you rtiu t to tllrike T 1 TRANSPLANTED TREES IJatT Itrqulre Morr Care nml Vnlcii Inif Tlum Most Pnrnter Are In cllneil to live Them Enough cannot bo until In favor of J mulching lass an soon lilt they are planted It In all important to protect the roots from the effect of evapora Lion for nt least six mouths after planting The small fibers must be allowed to form and get n good hold of the boll anti large feeding roots must bo able to reach out no ns to make sure of n supply of food and drink for the growth that takes place in limbo It in not enough to pour on cantor from above Thin of course must be done in urJI dry weather but an irregular supply of this sort does not moot the demands of the roots Cover the soil HO far as it linn htton disturbed by the npnde with a layer of three or four incite of coal strawytmanure Tnnbnrk Is in some cases avKllablo and where nothing else can be obtained use words or fresh cut hay This application will retain the mol turo in the will and what in equally Impartnnj will keep the roots nt an cqunlhtvd temperature Without n mulch the more you pour OH water JnkIng natural circulation of moliture Above nil avoid sltrlnkhhtg the uoll with n slight supply of water Tho cure of truu for the first year after setting consists In pinching out every bud that starts out of place He ildcK keeping out the Kuperfluouu shoots 1n October cut back the years growth onethird to onehalf Some people advocate pinching in the growth during Hummer In cairn to retard the flow of leap and hasten the fonnntlon of fruit hud This cnit be done but In the production of henlthy long lived tyros It IB ttmviie lly following these simple rules anyone con inako a mircrra of tree planting It In very seldom that trees come from any nursery In snob noon lit Ion that they wilt not thrive under this management X Y Tribune BORERroOne of lhr SliMt l r trocllvr Inirel- rratii with Vlilrh llir inriurr etn C u Uonlrnil One moth may lay Sit eggs Tlicy hatch in six to IS days and the larvae or borers attain full growth In four to six weeks The moth flies fi m hill to hill leaving an egg in each The borer after destroying the usefulness of the plant filters the ground one or two Inches and forms n cocoon hi which it transforms to pupa Never IIOIIILaplant squashes on the same ground 1 in successive years Plant as early us possible a few hills of early squashes to serve as traps Harrow lightly in totted squash Held In the fall ii as to bring the cocoons to the surface then plow six Inches deep In irprlng When the vines are of good she cover part of them with earth so that secondary rants will be sent out Yin OH badly in fected should be taken up at once and burned Cut out the borers and kill Form and Home ORCHARDStAs Inirrl Irro rr They Are Fur fare Itrllnlilr unit Itltlracluui- Tlian the Plus I agree tlml when a ply vela an apple containing n worm there is nc danger that that worn will oval CIIIHH any damage to the future ap ple crop Hm UK an insect Utroyer the ply is nowhert with tin sheep The trouble with the pig In that it ii lr hieoi s of all UN surroundings It sleeps just aH soundly and anon Jiidt as tvhcBn go for it until its sleep is out The Instinct of the worm tenches it to got out of tho apple just an quickly as K BslbIu after it drops 1 have stool and watched on apple after it struck thus ground and seen tho worm come hustling out in n hurry unit go 1m some sicuro place std before till pig seta the apple the worm is In some wife hiding place Not so tilt Whoop they never sleepso soundly but they will hear an apple fallin rods away and they are up aw tLt fe before tho worm can get out and font worm IH traveling to that bourne whenco no worm ever COIIIOH back to 1curse tho npplo grower Yes pigs lire good but abseilare n hundred times hctturT S Wootlvatrd in Rural New Yorker Mow to Make Ornftlusf Wax To make grafting wax take ono pound of tallow two pounds of bees SlowlyImelt all stir partially beenemoistened or oiled to keep the wax from clinging ion tightly to them When convenienttpieces For use it should be applied carefully overall exposed cuts and open cracks around the grafts A small plant brush IHI most convenient for this purpose It can be snfelyapplied much warmer than can be borne sy the hand bit cure should be used tint to have if very closely approaching tit boUlny Pulnt of water Revolution In Water Travel Experiments have proven that vefself fltb ted with propellers which imitate the fnsh poerlItMen gradually Icorn that Natures ways ere of the remarkable iucccii of J lostettersAtomnchllittersspdngefromtheact made of Natures most ItrenKttJe1ling herbs It ii a sure cure forcoa tlpation indigestion dyipcfMla biliousness er weak kidneys Too AnzluuH wtddin and si the ioonlobe 1weddedlittle church embarrassment was plainly the fare of both but when in re ifethershould not lawfully be joined together there came boldly forth from each the answer l do the evident cmbarraMimnt on their part was changed to one of real on the part of the clergyman liarpcri Monthly i Do Your Feet Ache and Itnrnt Shake into your shoes Allen i F tKfa powder for the feet It makes tight or Shoes Beet Easy Cures Corn Itching nnl11SWtOUStores setl t 250 Sample seat FREE Ad drew Men S OlmiteJ Le Itoy N Y A Iloxiliitll intliH ln t- Tewhor Now Sammy please tell me what you know abut the nine Muses inIutbutImboat cm out every time Richmond Dispatch jTo Curt a Cold In One flay Take taxatlvo Drorao Qulalno Tablets AH dnigiriits rotund mono l it falls to euro 250WI beenthreatenedMans liberty has in nu j inwoui ways throughout history but he hu always lbeen free to make a fool of him leu Chieago Democrat Prof Chits P Curd St Louin Mo writes We unbeitlUtingly attribute the recovery nnd continued food healthof our little boy to Tcethina TettliitiK Powders C George sayshe docint know the taste of liquor Pours it down no fut I nujippff ithat ltis Heists doesnt get a chancetCleveUnd Plain Dealer ILotaed street car simply mean to many riders h are strapped for room Uuffnlo News Cnrler I- bythcMhodiofNew nk 1n timed Ixcluslrelr York Ration and many oilier place and they wont Ute any other A sure way to attract people who want loj talk IIs to have a hook you want to read Washington It Democrat =Thirty minutes U all Ultimo required to d LowlUi IVrXAM KAIIBLEM Urns Hold by a all druggists DM he prove to be a strong candidate No the second asieumeut broke him Detroit Journal Puss Cure cannot br top highly spoken of Is a OIVSh eareJ W UUrien r22 Third Ave liuoenpotb Mien Jan 01900 Tin MAIUCETS rincinnntl June 11 IvoSoleotSI1BBP Clmtoe 4 Sri i 4 30- I VMIIS Ifcclnt 010 Hi 5 85- FLOU It Spring pat 3 CO Fi 3 75 WJIKAT No I ml CII 77 COUXNo S mixed fii145- OISXo S mixed tfr S- HYBNo S fi 01 V- 41FAY Choice timothyl4 00 M1CSS POUR 1Giu Oi 0- LAltl tlyholAPIIHSCh Inncy 4 00 K v iin JOlJOJe5Ior brl 1 50 ir 1 05 TOMACCO New 100 filSOO Old 380 C u15r0 CHICAGO 3 70 frl so 11rontW111JIl1hllllI I sit 75 No S spring 00 Cfi Tli coltsNo 8 30 II 3uyi 018No S SVH7i 23 ItYB No 2 tt M POUKMesK 1003 OT11 60- I VID Steam 0 78V4 U 0 80 NEW YOnK KIOUU Wn pntuilt 3 CO I 3 00 WlllUT No it redri Bby- rCORNNo 8 mixed t 45 OISNo 2 mixed t1 toys ItYK ffi OSV- iPOIIK Mew 12 00 HIS 75 IilD Sivuin ii 7 15 UALTIMOna WJIILIXo rod 71 fu 7114 Southern 71 1 77 COKX No I mixed 431401 OATS No 2 nixed S0jt h 43III CATTU First gush 5 10 ft 5 II 3 iOOS Western 5 GO fgt 5 75II INDIANAlOU- SWIlliT No 8 reda 71 COItN No 2 mixed fie 3IlYy 2tlr LOUISVILLE KLOlll Win patent 4 33 ii 4 M 11l1EATNo 2 reda 7i II CORNMi ell it 44 OATS Mixed ir 2 POIIK htlK fti 122- 251111Steanl it 0 bill i N UIIERP=ISTERN KENTUOKY IY JUNE 22 1900 1 w VOL XXXV NO3 T- mmmmmiit111 I 11 P Imf herefores ==+ trl ecvp tIlBI 1 f j 1 E of gur f t4r= i Nfitter l r Tbought too heavily thats tho story iwe have 01 11Jot8 of themsales away 0hat ono Vey tU do Itcut tho m t jI f j=dont mince matters dont 1 1c icH1 I y 7trrire inn ou eb a J 1 =SI11J prlcedUUIstsr 1 It ft l == e jleen wait 7 About a dozen SIlk Naists i I etoreplenish dIerts thestzf1ered a reduction iu pricei 1- xy li fthlfwc k Nothing wrong J 7t 1 do It tills f i 1 With the Valets though j 1 uefit or your t fAt I Why reduced Of toohighM Ul avings on 111 rspock 5 n offeringsgradeformoatpeopl ctbooks thats a119tT0 err If +fir rest of the 4 +ed in thinking you w 11d Ii all sizes buy the Dst stylish crca r 4WIi uabox Steri Ltal1boncb Ih If taloP Dc So we tn cCfoJf medicinej 6iu Lo spgol pub our hands in our pock y I Iii spools Ii ljc cts and give you the profitte 1 = Well w if the lot dont change tkSo each t I g tassel1 Gc owners this week wellmiss 4 I our guess I Ih 493 for Waists that sold at o9750 V 360 for tOO Wailts Ih it Remnants6z tLlI ltmt = tabletkeep regulateICASCARETS permanently CURED CATHARTIC tOeALLSOcDRUGGISTS IiiRiirre Cigar Dealers Like ito have their regular customers smoke S Old Virginia Cheroots S because they know that a man = smoking them is fixed and will more trouble with him with 9 kinds of Five Cent cigars hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots this 2 year your dealer 3 5 cents C H E A Corn All r Sold by druarite I IT MEANS J f The Biggest War in Hiito l In the late cable news of the xx- of the German minister to ChieTetrnctlon of all er r tfiC8JAj declatitilO4 international troops shall not be r ted to enter that city there is tq be what Is the cause and tho proba tginning of a deiito war between iia and tho Allied Powers now Bonted on the i eno of action The oatcomo of this war is ofev a foregone conclusion It is thot rtJI dninltprovocation for that disembe J 4 fntathe Flowery w ch tT that 1y Europap 41eacv IiI1Ttnt obitelctrJ bYtt the 1 I + a S Iapanesv war laid 7t the a0me lIt weakuesj of China There utt Nex I travngeuco in tho statement Wtthe doom of China will be sounded silo pie allied forces the gates ofhehfn- The peril of the present site iuhowever is that itprom ea almost to that gese3uJ X8 ropean war which for years hap beea the dread and nightmare of the ed world It is almost impoaaiblo f pfRussIabo disposed of in this gettlomeni ct lho new Chinese question without a clash between these hostile and jealoB 3 na V tions For this reason the moot 4tInews from China u omiH9nH tofifnic gree It to look as if thai tccuth Centurys closing year 1 At need what may not unlikely devdjop1 Jh to tho biggest bloodtest wara wown to history j J ROSY VIEW Xfi Taken ot Dtocrti Prospects t Next Fall w 1 George N a representative of i the Democratic Congressional Committee who is in Louisville to inquire into tho p olitkul jjondiUq s h J ing always as much as it shows that there is BILE IN THE BLOOD It is true drink ing and overeating overloads the stomach but failure to assist nature in regularly dis posing of the partially digested lumps of food that are dumped into the bowels and allowed to rot there is what all the trouble CASCARETS will help nature help you and will keep the system from filling with poisons p will clean out the sores that tellof the systems rottenness Bloated by bile the figure becomes unshapely the breath foul eyes and yellow in fact the whole body kindof fills up with Every time you neglect to help nature you lay the foundation for just such troubles CASCARETS will carry the poisons out of the system and will you naturally and easily and without gripe or pain Start tonightone I a week and help the liver dean up the bowels and you will feel right your blood face look dean eyes bright Get a tOe box of take as directed If you are not curedor satisfied you get your money back Bile bloat is qukkly and 1 BY I I CANDY l 25c To any needy mortal suffering from bowel troubles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we will send a box free Address Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York mentioning advertisement and paper 40 once starts he that he have no 7 trying to satisfy him different J Three smoked Ask own Pike for s i great precipitate and + + err + +++ + + + + + r A news ink that IS CHEAP is manufactured by The Queen City Printing Ink Co e Cincinnati Ohioll Who have had 40 years experience in making NEWS INK 0 TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Such as the Speed of the PrcuIIhe Texture of the Paperthe Temperature of the Press Zoom tic It goes FARTHERADDS ECONOMICALI TU to prMeJ vHtf THAT Ink J P NEWS INKI Makes LOOK THE a Paper PART j L 1 + I rUse Certain Cure Pricel5c e UKLS 1 cwt AlL i I IItime Syrup taIM Uuud Use CONSUMPTION i Kingdons outside in- etritably cMliz rac begins fefe isy1o I Jessee causes skin filth lr + + + 500 A DAYI wep r tsCr clap WJaIIQIea4atrjwiseA N I KE 1S17 WHCX WUITIXQ TO ADVElLriHElia- pic n c tutu Ibutyou KUW tbu AitacrtUo west In tbU puper i I G R ClII lIItO udndltera mtsm trlJXt clam to jiition to trust and also that William Jennings Bryan wbo is in full sympathy with this league regard log the trust question will be the lam moro ocnitiQ candidate for President there in fore bo it- Rebolvcd That tIle Commercial my D elera and Ilotelmens AntiTrust League pledges Itself to use all its power in the aid of tho election of the Democratic ticket to be nominated at Kansas City Belle Boyd tho famous woman Confederate spy died of heart d ca8e ut Kilbourno Via Monday v the AN exchange tolls ot a city lad VLcUbE lug the country who looked all over a rift straw atack for strawberries and was t very much disappointed because ho did not flud them A close inspection ofi ply tho old pump didnt reveal any pumpkins and ho chased the flock of geese allover L Or the farts in a vain endeavor to ac quire gooseberries He finally ascertained how butter was made alter halfr an hours interview with the barnyard billygoat i A Monster Devil FisheDestroying its victim is a typo of Con Btipatiou Tho power of this malady U felt on organs nerves muscles and brain But Dr Kings New Life Pills ore a safe and certain cure Best In the world for Stomach Liver Kidneys and bowels On 25c nt all drug stores cry A CARD OF TJIAMiS 1 wish to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Ohamberlailt- Cough Remedy has done for our fam fly We have used it In so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whooping coughs and it flan always given tho i most perfect satisfaction wo feel grey- ly indebted to tho manufacturers of thisi remedy and wish them to please acco our hearty thanks Respectfully M S DOTTY Des Moines Iowa For by OowJtill and Oowgill IIicleman and A M Shaw State Line Druggists Public Notice 1 The firm of Lodford Rogers having been dissolved Mr J WRogers Unc Jack desires notice given that ho gether with Mr Cue Throlkold has bought tho stock of JM Witting an le added thereto an immense stock of free groceries and that under the firm nnmoII of Rogers Threlkold they will run u t general grocery business at the Witting Stand Clinton street where Undo Jacksills and Cue will welcome old customers and frlonds and as many now ones as may bo kind enough to call Wo keep any und everything In our line Joe W Bennett IIFIlemler BENNETT REMLEYA- TTORNEYSATIAW J 1 Will practice in all Oouriu especially the Courts of Hlckraan and Fulton co ties Mr Bennetts office will remain in Clinton and Mr Remloy8 in IIIckman o he Fulton Uinuty Ky ntIJqro 1000 ACRES or less 130 in cultivation 8 of this clover DWBLLmG GOOSEB 016g Rfi00MS- with Pantry and Kitchen two good cisterns young orchard barn used all necessary outbuildings Also good tenant Louses lots stables cisterns and wells all f aces ini good repair This land will yield 1 bale of Cotton per nero or 40 bushels of Corn remainder of tho loud u well tern About IKK acres of this land timber subject to overfloW Terms toaROuablo For further particulars and terms ap to sine SUSAN MEQIL- LOwensboro Ky Silts HOWEWA CAUUIOAN 525U Bessie Teun Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter be published notices not to exceed 0 lines ach from farmers who are snbscnb ers who loose horses mules cows pro ducts seed feo for sale iron of charge For lisle Two Roller Coulters Apply to B U IVALHEit Good milk cows lor sate Apply to- O L Rods sCOW for Sale Fino Durham Cow with young calf Apply to WP OUHLIN THE STEVE STAR Livery and Fred Stable tClinton Street west of Htckman Wag Buggiestoliaises o for biro Every datiou given Your patronage solicit ed 11BlLti AND leOll0IRAILROAD leTIDE POPULAR LINE FOR St Louie Chicago St Paul Omaha Kan eau City Detroit Toledo and all points North ElL and Weal Cairo New Or lease Mobile Birmingham Nash Chattanooga Monlgorocry Thomas vllle Atlnnta Augusta Charleston Ba vaeaah Jaokeoavilleempe Part Tarn s pa Miami nnd all poiuUi in the South sect Elegant Vestibuled First Class Coaches with smoking room and complete toilet rooms and lavatories for ladies and gen tlemen Porter In attendance charged with the comfort of the passengers Alto Vestlbuled Palace Sleeping Cars with Drawing Room and DuffeL between Bf Louis and Mobile New Orleans Mont gomery TboroasYllle and Jacksonville Fla GLAIRuTraveling Passenger Agent JagkeoDToon 3 F lir OentJ Sent hy eP1 elarre te- rIdlir llJl- ion hLotoi 4 a 2rt11L r I i v e1hI j 4iiJ iT ul Iiit H lt nithealLiun4ntnStash 1Lalfn IfaAfIi i hcr kiiI tti n had gives eta t l1li jPr Ihi In U t p San GUerei Jnt heads Penknife cut horn tL1dlesJ and U vlhnt heath jitly unless ho- I thin lime the greatest and tho bent that netvt d best Iun lire dally orJ lilmself epubli U the Its lhi Herr news ocrurrtMiiicit but ant Aiitlicn par and the oanJN w Is the to tub noJium of in tie The Sorat l This Is 9 Crof attention In the Ito th0iifOf Madne It It replete the best of special artltaJOII no ml6 hut of talent lu altt t furious and their quality The onowill be preserved- urea of I atlraeilo- nelfaalQ dated and enlarged upon In 1- he 1u1 the hl utrga ante current Iinterest are set aSSlll fcniurialiilne There ile bu andh peges toe tot rr the belllIl she latest Paris fashion are pelt exquUUely Illiiiilraled and de Lydia J1 The Ittpublloa Sunday lap Is standard II lIutMcrlpionIICII of the 77iak 1 year The Jte tear8npapers are new being retj low pries of ilO for one year To this low rate both tniut be ordered fetteuropaid far at the same time pi Address all to Till HHPUIJUIC tLoUlll Mo Stilele good t MHnll form M tflr U in Wmtom Kentucky D If Toouito ft e Bse 1iI a of Homes Accept no substitute I Insist on LION COFFEE in 1 lb pkgs mltJX TIes articles mailed FttJJJ in exchange Jwn Jignds rift from front of r lb 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lettlxtp Tic urlebtatol lugvr fll khHota xuM nlil Stump t durabl ttkkol pJ ted stave ewh w itch i M un 1 Itl lby cumrniiu the mat r Are lltblv time kel r rCdlCGt PockctBook I r Table Cover I Durable i dark I colored material that will stand washing iS2Inchcsi rqunrcII tree for 25 lion heads and 2c stamp I r TVIiKII Irnt 1 I Vo KT 0 A W L W UP 1 11111 Pair alllbfle hand wn4 Ian tare a1rtnltno loser thaw the Mrn IKBI OMrhiii aWc pslrt there hndMr tar lion sad 2c stamp Picture 9eS page valu able moklnic celrJU alto the lalnr the kitchen dininIck nlcmtfor eure d- Olven lion head and a2ccnt stamp lion TUB ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OP LION PRBMIUMS Another list will shortly appear tklspsperl Deflt mu t The granileit lUt ol premluBi offered You alny bmw UoN by the wrapper It sealed with thtUOft hea418 front It abjolately pure package It unbroken LION IU routed day leaves the factory fi S i r It T 1real C A nortowiiK T W C JOHJiKOV tn I + ICEMAN BANKKICKMAN KENTUCKY EabIIIL JAR 16Paid Up Capital 5000000 j simrautf AM IItiIPIYIIEI PIIOFBTH 10000 Solicits your buflinoHB offer tho most LiberAl Accommodation to our Guntomora Ooimlatont with KntnhllHhod- Bnnkiuj Prlunl- lloaDIREOTOES TYLER nOr OOllnB J KAYLOJt WU UAUTKISK J W OOWaiLTi McOOTOIIKN 8IIAW Ma u HK1K31AN WAGON CO AlVtAfTlKKKN CKIrllRATIIII atO AN WA QtrSJl Hic MAN KmNTUOECr Bring Your Job Work to This Office COFWEI TwotxtnnM benkl6UcuUlul HaMlr treatise I- troomlaflndr common Best Coffee for the Money I Try LION COFPEB nnd you Ii wovtr alto any It Is i4bVdf ty pure Coffoc And notltln w- I Fancy Ookl Rlnr IIrorlI j IIheevtlepesoRru pd 11111 uad- tfi arsw 11 uit te akvte a11a sltor it1W- p w4 tits alai faaylwras I CS t1- n fI In III tr1 DEtCRlfCttIr AiZlCi 111II STREP Tip PURITY MO FLAVORt uCj Id G ArM1tr0 I 1I J ytokolvttriune w u IKaSdccrboehtr t1 Chin a of Lace Handkerchief t r IaaaIIctNJImytiI1ntdun ii heeds flit trial Uen Glee wrapera Children Boole Century CookBook of of ninediM th 1 a IS u I I a lie the I so M I I 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