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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1i smrF L K o Yyt r a nY 5r 4 i f- f i r u p THE HICKMN COURIER t 1 OLDEST NEWSPAPER INWES TERN KENTUCKY I rr ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COU IJFY KY APRIL 19 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 21VT 1lI TAILOR=MADE SUITS li 1 g ip Are the- E t Order of i T N r the day r SPECIAL PREPARATION fchas been made by us for taking measurements accurately and with ct k view to perfect fit All work GUARANTEED FIRST CLAStt Ladies Shirt Waists 0- ttF 4 ve naveJu8 receiveu a large shipment ff Plain and Fancy Washable Waist which are now on display Prices within reach of illI AWere Showing A large line of Dress Goods in every variety end at astonishing low prices + Some Pretty Things+ in Ladies Hosiery Gloves Handkerchiefs and Umbrellas And all at prices that cannot fail to please youe J lILLINERVit A vast collection of CHARMING HATS at much less than will ecrst you elsewhere Dont You 8 FindAfter house cleaning that the old Carpet will not dothat a new pair of Lace Curtains are a necessity fiWe have excep tional values in this line and invite a careIj ful inspection before placing your ordersf elsewhereSPECIAL ATTENTION Has been paid to our line of Mens Hats New things in Felt which this season will be as popular as those in Straw even in the midsummer Has been paid to our line of Mens Clothingrunning our stock up into prices and values not hitherto seen in Hickman selected from thousands of attractive designs o and from firms whose reputations al eoFor 7heirFit Has been paid to our line of MENS SHOESAnything in any kind of Stock Shane or Toe Additions Daily PRICES RIGHT p Shaws SonsJ Jt A 0t oM aY a1h t 41 yJll- ii it jt i Local and Personal a L Mll Shaw is in Fulton thiwhIk f j iototvuMr T J Malono of Union City wns ill Ilickinan Tuesday thisweekUuiouCityWe have no competitors Wo sell i theFl r 1Hickman Ky 4 Now is the merchant busy season especially those advert isiug in tlu- COUHIKU W jf C to Morris Phillips for Re frigerators Ico Cheats Water Coolers etc at lowest prices 13 B Sanders a loathing merchant ofI Oaruthorsville visited in I lick man Tuesday Mrs Tlios McDorntt and son are off on a visit of several weeks to rela tives in Boston Mass Mr S D Luten wife and children returned Tuesday after u visit to rela tives and friends in Fulton Ky tThe lanes of the C P church will serve coffee at the residence of Mrs Louis Wells next Wednesday eve Congressman Chas K Wheeler is trade to say by newspaper interviews that he will not be a candidate for reelection to Congress in thus District jMTStep in at Reeves L Co at Hiekman and see that FINE SURREY for SflOW Better than some sell at 11000A of1Padncahman Ky where the child was visiting with its mother Bard woll Democrat Sheriff Finch captured Garrett Car ter at Carboudale Ill last Saturday and carried him back to Union City j Teen for trial He has been hunted i JOT three years for shooting John Wilson in Obiou County Bun Hackett a son of Mr Chas Hackctt who is employed in tho Hick iRmau Hahdle factory accidentally fell into tho steaming vat Saturday which fiskept at boiling pitch and was terribly ibunied up to the knees on both legs l Nr Claud Walker has been made nnager of the C C rontTAll Co new TheKiilantyhi with and soon veneering works are v 3itiL l4 AM 1lcrenso tflC force jgjfTiMorris Phillips new store is about completed and they will move j into same next week and cordially in J rite their friends to call and see them Sonic of the young society people of i Hickman enjoyed a dance at the La- j cledo Hotel Thursiay night probably the List that will ho given this season j by tho club Also a dance was enjoyed 1 bv the young people the suno night at I Mr L Powels in West Hiekman- i Gfn Thomas Taylor an excon fed crate General and Mexican war hero died in Louisvilo last week He was colonell of time 1st Kentucky Confederate in which Regiment was the Alex I ender Guards commanded by Col Kd Crosslaud Cant C L Handle and Capt Andrew Lawson respectively i The papers are printing the story of a Kansas negro who was stealing a ride on the trucks of a passenger train when the train ran into a mule The train stopped and tho crew looked around to see the damage done and spied the ne gro They fished him out and said What aro you doing there Why I was ridin dat mule said the negro and they took him in a passenger coach and carried him on his way with apolo gies The story of one womans remarkable infatuation for another and a resultant tragedy comes from Allentown Pu Mrs Hitchings was so deeply in love with iMrs Keck that she followed her everywhere she went Mrs Keck became tired of the other womans attentions and tried to break off tho intimacy Mrs Hitchings who is wealthy tried by every means possible to induce Mrs Keck to return to her and finally in des peration shot Mrs Keck to death Tho only motivo for the crime was love and jealousy as in the famous Freda Ward vise A Tcsliinonal Irnm Old England CoughRemedychitis says Mr William Savory of Warrington England It has saved my wifos life she has been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time confined to her bed She H now quite well Sold by Cowgill R Cowgill lliekmau and A M Shaw State Line Ky THE NEWEST SENSATLOX Capt A B French proprietor of the famous Sensation which has given ex hibitions in Hickman on so many occa sions is preparing to eclipse all formed attempts with the monster craft which he is now having built It will he re membered that Capt French had the misfortune to have his old Sensation boat destroyed by fire several months ago and is now having a now boat built on a much iarger scale Pap Co of Parkersburg W Va have been awarod ed the contract Some idea concerning the immensity of tho boat may be gained when it is learned that it will be 40 feet wide and 165 feet long and will be fur the largest amusement craft ever on the Ohio or Mississippi It o LOOKING YOUR BEST Your Photograph iis your npreseu yourbestJest and will see that you are not ashamed of your appearance Our PLATINO dull finish CABlXKTS will please your friends I C ELUUirS JiEW AWl Upstairs over Ledford HUlJtlII Grocery Hickmau KyIgjSF Only a few days longer JIYSTHKIES OPKIKU LIRE j I hummingbirdsthat were hatched lust your and year be- foreI lust in Now England and Canada writes Cradford Torrpy in Youths Com panion Toy have beet in Central America ot Mexico for the winter Now in April and May they are streaming back everyone to his place Think of them I say Lot your imagi nation dwell upon them as they make the long journey stopping Here and It there for rest mid food but anon takiug wings again for another stage till iit last oa tho day appointed each pair id in its own orchard or grove ready to build another nest and rear another brood LADY KILLER KILLED Some wise guy once said that a man who has patticoats on the brain is not worth ten cejits on u dollar and that chap was a perfect oracle There is a dude who lives in this town that is a great lady killer JIo plays no favorites pettiI boy was a great masher and every day at noon and at four you could see him posing in his smartest togs giving tho googooLcyesh titAILr ah JLy t Jj it D I1II fi oaanp t4S Jna other day and he gave her one of his wastinghishim the most arctic glance in her reper toire The following day ho oeeiverl a letter from the ladys husband telling the charmer what he thought of him Since then the professional beauty has not boon standing by the store like a cigar sign A WORLD WIDE HELLO For thp benelit of the gentlemen who must some day review the science mir acles of the twentieth century it would be well to turn sown a page in the scientific record of last week which I notes tho dawn of ocean It is plain to see that telephonII dred years will belittle advanced before we shall bo obtaining our daily fashion hints from Paris by word of mouth bydirectagents and shall dun our debtor friend the Sulten in a very loud voice of uu mUtakablc Yankee accent The world which has always grown smaller as means of communication between lands have improved wIn shrink again and visibly under this telephone advice It peacohowuyer I nso ot going to war whrn nations can finally talk things over literally and to excellent purpose like tho close terrestrial I neighbor they then will be INSURE IN THE i lUUlUAlJiiiJiAliiivii1 1 LIFE INSUItANOE UO + 4 i NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 1845 The special ad I vantages of a policy in the mutual Ben efit area i 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS i Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or m policya specified and gradually dimiuishiug age 2 CASH LOANSeAvailable at any time after two years premiums have boon paid I tiJ NO RESTRICTIONS oCcupation i 4 INCONTESTABLE Aftei two years I3EXbv INSUREDAfter premienfor tho full naioant fog as long a pe providedtwoAU this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends corn mend a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE Iy2 and you will be CON VINCEL of its worth SPECIMEN POLICIES and any desired informa tion will be furnished by I R T TYLER AGT 111 Cent E E SEDUCED RATES ACCOUNT oPiGOOD ROADS CONVENTIONS w Iie1v2 dataand= A1ar t i1b rrcl1rurusIrlr= n I T Oxford Miss May 28 and 29 Grenada Hiss tune 4 mid o Jackson Miss State June 14and 15 Jackson Teun Juno 21 and 2tThese conventions are to bo held for the purpose of creating an interest in good roads as a vital aid to the upbuild ing ofa community and in connection with thom a practical demonstration of beIby National Good Roads As socintion Representatives of that as sociation will be present with expert engineers skilled laborers and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL aoSU5m equipped with all forms of special road machinery and will build during the convention a piece of road according to the laesv approve t methods showing particularly the beat results possible givenlocalityBelieving that a universal interest should be felt in this movement theretwill be made on account of it a rate of ONE PAnE FOR THE KOUXD TitIP to ouch of tha abovo named convention cilico from certain points south of Cairo the Illinois Siiformation y as of dates of sale limits and specific rates can be obtained of your local ticket agent ChicagovALouisville dt EL4AAA ISHAWSEi11l 7 if Yr I POFPIEII r as x1111t CAfore you buy anything AWr4NNNNN 4NN4NN I4 4N4 M 4WNNNYNr 4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED 4 Given Free 4 With each cash purchase of 8100 t1M1 BNSHAWS SONStJL- y T tH t tft111 f f f f 7rrrrJ- ty I- 7I red r r r 4 + Rti lr y lilFimr 2 1 k 1 i- r The Hickman Courier II GEORGE WAKKEK Publisher KICKMAX KENTUCKY r CURRENT TOPICS t The Ohlifomia oraujfc crop is the largest ever jrrown Sirs Clarence Macl iy spent 31000 In a single year for jewels Nebraska has her two senators and both of them are bankers 1etrolenm in large quantities has been discovered at ireeneastle la Out of every 100 marriages 25 last between 12 ami 1 yours and 10 over UO In Florence April fooling prevailed ot an earlier Jperiod than in KnglaiuU The Vanderbilts have secured on trot of the Delaware and Hudson railroad J ngjaud has one clergyman to ev cry Olti people Ireland oiiistito every 3i70 Oxford is the greatest universityin the world Jt has lil college dud- S hallsMCoal for three cents a bucket is sold 1o needy persons in JJoston by the Salvation IIIYifThe distance Mom The farthest e 7 oint of olar discovery to the polel itself is 4CO iuiIiM Tho legislature of Tennessee rejeet ed the bill wtiieh provides for a con tllinmlluucntion It has been computed that there ur ICOOOO railway locomotives in the MiteTarufyfits all cI in- K truded for Venezuela were found in the Trinidad custom house Sheep thrive best in the pasture where moles are niimerons The mol Loles serve to drain the land 4 The strongest fortress in Knropcar sliussia is ronstadt IIt is the JIns sine naval depot of the Baltic Sea In Hungary there are thousands of flmawithout a doctor within ten miles The value of German exports foi the last quarter showed a decrease ef over five billions from those ol last year The orange tree is very fruitful n single tree will produce OOOO oranges fit for use A good lemon tree will produce OOO lemons The Sydney lighthouse has the mosi powerful light of ants1t is eleetric md of JSOOOO candlepower Jt cat be seen for fifty miles In 1ISOiJ the free distribution ol reeds by the government amounted tc 10000000 packets and now j WI hat 1rcached 24000000 packets Nashua S IL has a woman who ldeeps the dust down Mrs Marshl lias had the street sprinklhng con tract there for ten years A hundred years ago the largest theI I Unir GthiehlIlOape thatthnrOolnffiTTrs of more than 00oiTouoO nrosvenor s uare in London iis said to contain the residences ol iiinrs milliciuaires than anyother area of similar extent in the world Two men who have been living al winter in a thin canvas tent on time jliack Ray fens tthe coldest place if- JtostHI1 are experimenting with a ncw cure fur consumption Sonic ingenious party in AIl trnli has bleu trying to then the postal authorities by sending precious jew lsthvough the mail hidden away ir u large hole emit in a IJible i The dulcimer in almost exactly the a forum in which it is known today hill jbeen in use in Persia and Araba fror iiime immemorial IIt was probubl introduced into Knrope during tilt crusades The tip of the ttongue is chiefly sen Bible to pun emi told acid tastes the middcli l portion to sweets and bittern vliil s the hack is confined entirely tc the flavors of roast meats and fatty substances A Iinninghani 1ngland drngisl teas fined IOO the other lay for sell jintr camphorated oil which contain olily7S jier velit of the quantity ir 1he Oil prepared according to slut 1ritiyth jlliarmacopaeia Saddles in some form are of the greatest antiquity l lIclI Tiglath Tileser IIII I the Assyrian cavalry was provided vtrfh Them and the earlyRo mans used a cloth liide or skin whiei 1 nvas iiOdojiiit very similart 75on5ds jihiiied int vessel ofc ill coolt d The reason is Hurt time orou i artlionv re quickly becomes sat U ralefl si nil 1he evaporaficrti from iUsji k itstirftioe CUKies it to become qiirtc cod2t i A Twnch i1my h alt claims to 1invitI T ure l 12 eases of consumption Ivy laciJig the jKitlenlK for two or thrxli f couepartnmen1tcontuinintj The vafwns of ne ote anixedvitbS euealyptwi Asa curiosity of the rweiit ficrmar gi census it is recorded that the r v 11urn4 showed the village of IJeutei bonrg Contained 144 inhabitants 22 Iwing of tilt masculine and S22 of tIll feminine gender QuadrilleB ought r to flourish in Jteutenbourg- Twentyihe persons were arrester tin Mew YOIK the other day for spits r ling in public conveyances It is thr t intention of the authorities to starif out the evil at all coststt Out in California they have a 1 k fans ffr society composed entirely of worn len who crossed the plains by mean c i of ON trams prior to 1S01 There art uO natncs on the charter roll Xcnr the roast of Cuba a fresh wa off spring 1 aiscs from the bottom o the ocean and for some distance i round the water iis perfectly fresh J t similar spring iis known to cicist u- ILc uulf of Sclit rr- i 7t i DAMAGING TEST1ON1 i ErGov VPO Bradley Testifies in the Ripley Case I Krulleys Tosllniotiy May itrsult to it Kcoiii iliou oil the Covornnr- or ry llniii for the Itetiuti- of I KxGov Taylor I Frankfort Ky April 11 KxGov W O ISradley who was chief counsel for KxGov W S Taylor in the guber natorial contest before the legislature last year gave sensational testimony Wednesday afternoon in the trial c CI Capt Garnett J lfpllytvlmo ISI charged with conspiring with Taylor and others to bring about the murder of Win Goebel MrI Pradley detailed Q conversation which he said he had with Capt Lipley while the latter was in charge of his military company during the occupancy of the state capitol by till Taylor troop last spring in which Kipley told him of frequent conferences with Gov Taylor prior to the assassinationt The witness said that Kipley told him he was in the executive office the day before tits shooting and complained to Taylor because he had not called out his Kipleys company mild ask ed him when he should have the company ready Taylor replied My God havent yon brought them yet Goebel will not live 24 hours or ican not live 24 hours ludge W H Yost associate OUI1 sel with Uradley in time contest ease according to the witness was present and heard the conversation In re SpOilS to a question as to whether he witness heard of any conspiracy to kill Mr Goebel the witness stated that on January1 23 time day the trainload i of mountaineers arrived some one he could not now recall who told him that parties in the croud were waiting in front of the statehouse to kill Corbel hI said continued the witness it shall be Stopped I will go in tin senate ehamlKr and home out with Goebel amid see that he is not hurt or insulted The general opinion here Iis that the Bradley evidence will result in a requi sition on Goy Durbiii of Indiana for the return of evGov Taylor to the state for trial This however will not he made at once Frankfort April 1The testi mony in the case of Garnett Kipley brought out nothing sensational Thursday that had not already been anticipated ludge W 11 Yost testi tied corroborating time evidence given by former Goy W O Bradley Wed nesday Frankfort Ky April 11Thl pros ecution will conclude its testimony in the Hilly case Saturday The des fense will mote for peremptory iill- t trnet uifS foray 1ir if r i miiM i f- Q r cull uelve this trill bc7 sustainel in view of the rilingof the court per limit I illf time introduction of the evii dense as to the conspiracy overrulingi the objeetioiih jif fhe defense on this point They assert that the evidence of cxGov Mradley and ludge YUnt connects Kiplcy in a way to preclude peremptory instructions Jrasiiius Ditto who lives in Kipley neighborhood testified to having a conversation with Kipley during tie contest over the governorship Wit ness asked Kipley if lie thought Goe bel would be declared ofrIlOlinI- l responded If Ill is he wili never take ids seal John Kieketts s5d he talked with YOtltseVon numerous occasions Youtscy told him the onlytar 1o win the contest was tohllIt Goelnl1 out of the way and staid iis could be done from the secretary of states dish and the assassin could cse pe through the basement and not he dis covered A feiv minutes before the assassination Youthcy railedru IIIM andI others to accompany him to the exccuthe buildings nnd Kiul that something was joiiig to happen Wit ness remembers what oftiey had said about putting Goebel Oaf of the way and did skit go Shorty after hs the killing occurred Frankfort lIvy April 13Ibe pros ecution in the 1ipier east nstcdIt 110011 Saturday Iru fill nol Ion was on the stand lie repeated the story that he told on the stand at the Pow ers trial at Georgetown in all its ties tails telling of the assistance he give in bringing arnvd people from the mountains 1o Franklort and of tthreats of Taylor and Caleb Powers against the liie of Goebel aril other democrats lite only statement roll eerning the prisoner at the tin r WIH that he saw Kipley during the month of January liiut in the other tf Adjt list Colliei and they were talking about furnishing guns to Kipleys company The trial oT Garrett D Kijlcy was resumed1 Monday The defendant was Ike first witness for the defense Kx Gov Kradlcy and JudgeJ W IL Yost could not 1 be seen Sunday hut it is known they positively aflinr that Itipley made the statement to them that Cur Taylor used the words Goebel has rot 24 hours to live or Can not live 24 hnrs longer leas a Tender Cfinnuletico Savannah GM Ajiril lTIH Plant system of railroads has received a conscience fmd of 100 front JIM In diana man purr in a wreck To ulumi that sum had leen paid in iompinKa lion of injuries The ivan got will and returned the money Skuuu lnrny it New Yorl April KVloln Albert Skoog the nllfgcd counterfeiter who shot himself while rtlug pnisued Tuesday iis Sintering from paraiysei of the right side nnj is not cxprcJctl tb rccovvr THE KIDNAPING CASEI H C IteiMler oiJ In fall lit jjnjttiITev Says Hi IH line of the ClltIlh 1lthIJI1HIs- Dallas Tex April I5There was a meeting at the county jail Sunday be ttween County Attorney George W Shields of Omaha and 11 C Jlender SOil who asserts that he is one of time Cudahy kidnapers This meeting was arranged Saturday on a statement from Henderson to Shields that he would probably talk after having con suited his attorneys Mr Shields said Sunday that lieu derson still declined to make a de tailed statement of his alleged con nection with the kidnaping mill ttr1ll his talk was tall of generalities slid had very little of Hie details that are wanted He also said that Henderson is very cautious as to what he says about this case thought he will con verse volublyl on other subjects cou nected with Omaha Mr Shields said that it was probable that E A Cudahy aril his son would come to Dallas within the next few days to see Henderson Omaha Neb April 13E A Cud nhy said Sunday that his going to Dallas Tex would depend entirely on the result of County Attorney Shields visit to that city in eoniiec tion with the alleged confession of 11 C Henderson as to his complicity in tIll abduction of young Cudahy last December Should it become practically certain that Henderson was one of the kidnapers Mr Cudahy nut his son will leave for Dallas dur in ttime present week1 when the young via U will attempt to identifyi Mender SMI COL JAMES C BERRET- irurnser13lnror tit AViiHliliiutun anti hue ur Its let Ivinnvu Clllxoiix Is IhMci Aircd till Ytur Washington April 5lamest- i Iterret former mayor of Washing ton and one of its best known eiti tens died hirer Sunday aged SO years He was a native of Baltimore and had twice been a member of the Ma ryland legislature and Isis mild 1SCO was elected mayor of Washington H C as a democrat Col Herret had the friendshipaid esteem of many public men butte democrats end re publicans HeI was chairman of the inaugural committee when president Cleveland watt inaugurated the sees ond time and during both the Cleve land administrations was always at welcome caller at the whitei house On AngiMt 2ti 1801 Col Herret by or art of Secretary Seward was arrest ed as a southern sympathizer the charge against him bring that he had written Certaini letters containing treasonable utterances against the Initcd States government He was Wilt to Fort Lafayette in New York aat bur timed held thereI for two trey e as a gilt p ppr irni r When 11dent Lincoln heard of tIll arrest he ordered Col lienels discharge TRANSPORT SOLACE Ilif Vesnel will Sail fur Cttam nt- tIliiuilu Csirryliix n larKe IIITKO tor Iriit IsiuiiK lle- Vallejo Cal April l1Tlw naval transport Solace wi IIuil on Tuea Jay fur Jnnm and Manila carrying a large cnrgo of provisions clothing and stores There is on board a large tlnnntityOf machinery including a large Corlixs cngine several huge hollers and shaftings end two 33 foal fiy wheels whirl add oOWOO pounds to her weight These will be taken K Manila For Guam there is a large quantity of provisions and clothing and aOl hood sized orange trees Fifty officers will go on the shipi as lpassengers A number of them will be accompanied by their wires The Solace is weighed down wit hold gins and chains taken along as bill lust for the return trip A Inrge draft of sailors will arrive from the rant on Monday to tike passage on the Solace Laliiir IrotiltltM KI St tnnt St Ianl linn April 13Trouble- of a serious character is brewing among tIlt building trades of St Paul and a general strike is said to be imminent The trouble came about through a demand milt on tIlt paint ers cud decorators by theI masters association that they withdraw from the Huilding Trades Council The painters have resisted this dcand A Kr000 IMre in lloMton- Uoston April 11The main build lug of the extensive blower works of tha B V Stnrtevant Co in tin Jamaica Plain district was burned early Sunday morning causing a loss of 30000 fully insured The concern manufactured various kinds of machinery and electrical goods at well as blowersA 11 1irijfcl Copenhagen April 1311 Thypj SOIl the Nestor of the Lnndsthing or I i itintrestillg Douglassam may be used for the manufacture of paper Signal Corps Ai oiiitiniMit t Washington April l3lnmong time appointments made in the CorpsiljectnCharlesto be captain Charles 15 Morgan of Ten masse and Charles D F Chandler of Ohio to be first lieutenants Wit tit Suadny Ot rrvfi lgitatiolJa rtic hcerissutciJrlactagainst Subbu ROS1lUEii The Many Craft of This Class Now Building is Practical ly Completed TIlE NAVY WILL HAVE A TOTAL OF 51 Owimr to Lack of Naval Oiliccrs It Will Je Impossible to 3Ian All These Vessels- Plans AtllI H Irvliil fur I rrpiti4 Ihcut41a1 1111 CIt I Iuillt Vlifit- Tlie CCII lie Untie Ser + iecil lu Vlifii crilctl Washington April 1GIte itcent ly appointed torpedo boat Ixxtnii i1eid a session Monday1 ni the nay depart mentt sod considered fjeneraiI plans of art inn TIllI many destroyers nod torpedo eratt now building at 11m scient I yards ate raetictly 10111 plrtfd and lery sums the ii f will jiuve a iota I Iof 311 boats of this class read for nlie Mnice The purpose of the hi aril will not be to Iclevndne how this class of hunts ran I I1It1as an adjunct of uar but more Irtieidarly to consider a policy lor peace limes thattwill muk thrill most serviceable in nil eiierjjencv of war Oiling to the luck of navil oilier rs it iis not eonsiiiered feasible to Keep the boat shoat nil the iive with a full complemenl of officers and Men as there are barelyI enough officers fur tlie large shipsi Somme plans t1rttfore Villas be de lled for keeping the torpedo boats at convenient central points where thiy lau be made xeriiceable in ttime of need and yet may be out of coimms hion during ordinary times I ot lfllll lloill llltnC One of the member of tilt board LienI handler suggoStrdsnut lime ago that larions torpedo units depots be established slung for At lantic and Pacific roasts as essential points from nhich thet boats couldh i lie made available in time of redI Home such plan doubt llas will ho adopted Ont of the suggestions nou made is that Savannah Gil Pot lim al e and Icnsmola lli be among till depots in southern water Ioston and some other point alon f tthe Neu l1iiglaudronci probably will be tlrsigaatrd1s depots in that horn lily According to till plan stiir Bested each depot is to be supplied with a marine railway having a eras tile running info the water on wSiich the torpedo boats ran be loafed and run out of water when not in use FIVE DELEGATES Ii lJpCuhulI oucenllon lppntll n ruI iun I TJl fR lItoiclcu Ucr lnl riPllttnnn Mondays f IMOII of the I eban couslitiiliim OUH1l1 inn five delegates Senors 1Itto Taiuavo Capote lerrifll ioria ot Io and lorcnte were appointed 1 commission to go to Washingtoni to lay before Iresident MeKinlev the desires of the eonxcirtion rcgniinur the future relations betweci CiU and the Ildtejl States TIll IPlIHI- FinJI is was invtriiiied to eoiiier with Cal Jen Wood r gar liiig 11clat of departure and ili lusi cucoil junK for an interview with the preKiileu- rf Tuesdays session the oueiiion- Wll eoiiKider tIll idvisaiilityi 0i ad- ofuing until the 11 a Ill 01 th coin IniNtUn DIED SUDDENLY Maui lohu A Itclelter C S A le tirrit Iliri iieil IhltIl ill Bus Iutt tad 5eurn lioston April llilaj A IS Tiel her IL S1 retired dropped dead iRru Monday His luniie was in Sa Iioin lie wis born here it 1S211 1 andl in trey life fidlowesl the sea During the civil war lie served with distinc 1 ion and in 1SG7 he was nude a brevet iiiijnr in the regular army In lssrt- he became major by promotion Me was retired in IStt Of two daughters one is the wfr of Clpt Frederick Wheeler I L S A huh Ii ol Allterl Tlioimi- Xev York April 1C Albert iL Thorna died Monday at hisi result mIte in this cityof heart disease after an illness of several weeks lie was a native of Ohio and for some years was in the dry goods business in Cin cinnati and Nrw York Twcntyihe years ago he started in the priiiand publishing business in this city nnd li years ago allied himself witl1 Walter Scott iv Co printing press builders Itrotc Ills Klulit Arm fhieago April 15 Pitcher Tames Callahan 1 f the Chicago team of- the American league team has broken Idsi riylit arm and it wil bat lerst a month before he ih able to plav inl game played by the teittu Similay Callahan was hit by a pitched hail on the arm and MonI day a physician said that out of the boil of theI forearm lead been flat tured T11th red Ills KesiKiinlioii Washington April 10 Associate Justue Ciias C Cole of the Uistric court has tendered his re supreme irlrioH to tit president to tIIl etrctabotit April 22 He will resume his law practice Rules fur rtlie TuVvn Orleans April lOTho steam lapier1uiii Will 170 salts i a r h s n Svralow a TIIn FnlNC Tectfe- A man recently swallowed his false teeth end it drove him mad Stomachs will stand a great deal but not everything M yours iis weak try liostetters Stomach letters lIt wes indigestion constipation kidney liver troubles as well as malaria and fever and ague It iis particularly elTective in alt nervoiis affections and iis strongly rec ommcndod at this season of the year when the system is rundown arId mott misceptiblcHI to dwease All druggists keep itIi s Ills Specialty The Man to applicant for ahiisj Poor woman have you no husband to emus a liv in yonThe L have a husband sir but he is too busy to work doingsini Chicago Daily X cwsIi 0CIimiKc f Cltinnte This iis often necessary for those whore health is undermined or vlioe blood is rendered ininiire bv disease or inisaiiitary con ditions The following letter from Hannah G Pntton of Cincinnati Ohio slow how it was unnecessary in her ease She wrote Palmers Lotion has cured me of an ex cceilin ly aiiiioyini and unsightly eruption from which I could obtain no relief my phy sicians leaving recommended change of chii mate as the only probable remedy If your druggist does not have it send to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl Street New York for ramples of Palmer Lotion and Lotion Soap which will be scut to you without delay TV laitleiiil iulltuitrjr Tudgc to female uitaessflow old arc you s Miss Pasjcigh 1 guess I am Pnij do nut he reckless with your guesses madam Vr can allow you lUll three chilino at it lialtimore Amei iian S IIovt s Thlsf We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F JJ Cheney Co Prop Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F JCheney fug the last 11 years ami believe him perfectly honorable in all business trau actions amid financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm lest t Truss Wholesale Druggists Toledo U- Walding Kinnan d Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo O halls Catarrh Cure is taken inttriiUy acting directly upon the blood am mucous fUr Ifs of the system Price 75e per bot tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Jklis Family Pills are the best OCIulttiitf It Gently Lidit maid the sp tker at thr annual inceinp of the Morton bcaiihiuiil IIaihall iothingbutI erthe tIll decollete truthHalt imore American Sprliitr ilrniiiiiK trade IASy maybeweather should be sclettcd lor the Mork and everything necessary provided before hand Ivory Soap will be found best for numbing paints floors md windows it is harmles und effective in making the house denim and fresh KLIXAlt PAUKEK An She ln lerf ui I H IJ Boston Uirl Have you read lmerson St Louis Girlo I guess not Those red spots on my fare are just common pim ples Colorado Wtckly Times cYou Cnii Get AllenN roottiiMc FUKK jI IIikt 11 oCl lno S rise 1 powder to shako iinto vonrsiiocs It cures cliilblains sweating dnap swollen aching iVet It makes New or tightt shoos easy A certain cure tor Corns and kiln ious All IIIUI Itsa 1111 shut store sdl it23c Thr individual who sits down and waits for the world to rcciate him will dis cover after tle rare thiitlif was left at the post Chicago Daily News Ilcmcmlicr the Unto Inly c to 1O The above is the time of the annual meet ing of theliiitcd Society ot Cnriatiau Ell cerat incinnaii Ohio The lldtimorc and Oaio Soathwctern Itnhvay has iirsucd- a handsome souvenir map and guide to Cm ciniuttii wliich will he of much intent and xahie to all who conteinplite a visit to the Queen Con the oiuision mentioned The mal show the prig cs sill chun lies suburbs resurt millIIIIt street car lines etc This theR11CartrspringNoOhtfj Hut I Irant iitfonl to let my wife know IIcan afford ilIown Topics Itcartn tvitli the Ilnliy ronTIColdBMtJhilislnenmoningothrougItime s theyhaveneed any Atchisoii ilobe TayTakeJ AUdruSgistsrcfundlllonli A woman doesnt lilo to he interrupted when she is talking or a man when Jiej iigDetroit Juunial llalesqontys I mninuteKe theyareh W L1 DOUGLAS S3 S350 UNION MADEratetherhales I UO to tA Myiuo CHit shoe compared with IItIlcltk tor limntouke adsill more ntrus nue shoe GoodJarVetlllnndScrrd1rttce than unyothrlurtr 111 the wrld jwgntA8lNUtoann S nutae prate but my luictuenti nut trueyotienLoeA cttlgct W Y DnulnTakcnosnbtitulrf inelstonliavlh W J Don laUboe3web lIunu Ant prlee staetll4d on hottnm YOllr kltJ them I gIvu om haler rccastve dl1ler choUld saleIII dac is each town Jl not lvy tutrn ai w i rot het theta Ynrdlnc t train lacrury ftlcrlIlnsr price am c iou rrrllr inerluoet1OOsallsaedtreareraFulfobrEyltndhirily W L DOUGLAS I3rocltcnlIa Caalnbfree 1 II i THE BEST HE EVER SAW a lIrcuurlnu IToiifinneci 011 thej 1 of- Iestern Illlmlug lrclbilHh CuiiuUa i j r j interIaroused in the fact Mint aest is bring of limitedi few new districts tlcreaget= openedlilt by the CnnatUni are being UovcriiiiitMit iii Saskatchewan and As A I i siniboia Western Canada and any j information concerning this country r rc is eagerly sought Mr W n Corner- of IHinrittsville Lafayette Co lonasTa delegate there durinfT last summer i and writing of his impressions he j savs I found surprising yields of grails of all descriptions One farmer Isisi i j ited threshed of 175 acres COO bushels of wheat from 15 aCTf9et- ilt j lJu COO Shlm8ShelsaCoT barley from 10 acres j j 60 auihefi o f oats from ISO nerd 100 bushels to acre 1flue samples were all Sot- I also saw a considerable number of i stock Swine do well and there is no r disease amount them Theyare a j good source of income to the farmer i The rattle on the range beat anything j l ever saw lat and ready for beef full matured and ripened on the nutritious grasses of the prairie I am i firmly convinced 1 that this country offers i Letter facilities for a poor mart- IjI than any I have cvt r seen j I Informationt concerning these lands can be hall front any agent of the gov ernment whose advertisement ap pears elsewhere IN 4 its mostly them what haint Kirtin sure uv thcii clves wliuts like tr want ter nj gallivantiu rouiul X Y Herald 4v I IPiso Cure iis till best imiliewe we ew used for all affeetions of the throat and- lnigsllnm O Kndsley Vauhuren InJp Feb 10 moo iI M y Stop loolin for trouble an happines1J ii look leI you Irving 1acheller j i j IA11 the Kentucky belles chew Kisme Gum They iilu iit t t tIfI you would be happy you must Jlearn t i a day eta time llmago Daily Newi i DO Y- j OUFEELLIKE THIS P jj Pen Picture for Women j I am so nervous there is not a i well inch in my whole body I an so j weak at my stomach and have indigestion ii- horriblyl and palpitation of j the heart and Jfain losing flesh ThisI headache anti backache nearly killsI hystericsij j ii of my bowels bearing down all the it time anti pains in my groins and thighs 1 cannot sleep wally or sitI and 1 believe 1 am diseascd all over no one ever suffered as 1 do This is a description of thousands ofIcasts which come to Mrs Piuhhams j ulj 5 womb can produce all of these SVIBT I 3Ins JOHN WIXLIAHP I toms sadno owherselfmisery when there is absolutely evI need portraitof it I cutiniyILydia Piukliams Vegetable Cox I pound and the guiding advice of Mrs Pinkham of Lynn Mass NeI recordfordicinegettingLytli1I f storef1nPinkst allYourIn 3 or 4 Years an kd enders ce k ASnl 9 bouelitUlanctlIIutrl1l t J11I1ttxfannerswboI reportsofInformation to reduce hallont1cnucnegnecu tree or cost FlFI+ t + jlionlIltacrill nterk Utrolt Hich No Mer ii3h Four nlda Indianalriiix THOLMEa hili Hoomt tncclal Xrureious 11 weymeth CLaala during MaicbauU A rlL Any DOtTIs wIlling to treat good or youmnflsrltr If yearercUt isllutyour rheumatism and he charges only one doctor w111Qrs This physlclaa Ia Dr QoradvlceresaleGreene s Nervura Ifyou covrr of DrwIll write to himStreet Nw York Ciy be 1416Itellof rbeumtlm for godand 811 It bw ie pet r1d it to get 1s advlre Why dott wbut COt YOU ilytldllll t YOU HlrUeto Dr Grene diYai l rr r i I T to I t RIPLEYTESTIHES1HeI Statement At tributed to Him by Messes Bradley and Yost SAID THEY HAD MISUNDERSTOOD IIIM The Company of Cavalry liaised by Him in His Neighborhood Was For Pleasurea crer Knew Ior or 1nule il Some I JIJM After the hot 11 of Coclicl t ver 2I Y Hurry Howard FrankfortKV April IGThl Kip ley trial was resumed Monday tifter iioon end theI I defendant went on th tars staiir IJipley till not deny that he made time statements at trihiitert io him by evGov IPradley and Jude W Ii Yostt coneerninir cvGov Taylors remarks to him hut sail that while he thought they were substantially correct in their tdgpcq thry had misunderstood I him tir he had failed to eonvey th proper impression tin them aithe time On direct examinationI Kiplcy stat edI that he hud been talking with tilt boys jn his neighborhood for sec enil years about getting up a com pany of en alry lie etiine to Iranl fort first on Jnnntiry IS the day ofI th ColsonSeott tragedy lie had1 never known Gov Taylor Till that day and never saw him hut onee fitter that January Y3 till after his company was called out He said lu- nCH knew Poxvers or Yontsey 1 Tl some days after theI shooting never sate Terry Howard at all lhad seen Tim Howard only simI they had been irk jail together here and never knew either Cult on of Whartoii Golden Organized tin Company Taylor gave him tilt order lanuar 7 16 for the or tniation of the cote lany and on January 31 ttipley stun8 lurc and secured equipments for it This was the day on which he had 1Jlfoncl ntiOn with Taylor niid his +version of it which varies materially from that statedI I by Messrs Lrudli W1 Yost was as folloxvst I went into till governors oOit ani found Got Taylor lookinjr vet lIJy I told him 1 was sorry to sari hint looking badly to whichI he re I iII ln these horrible times nny Tjfrtjy would look bad Some irre sponsible fool or crank is likely to IiI me or kill Gocbtl and eanse rifi around here in which tinre willI 1q iiiiy lies saeritieeil on in sub tj snlTiot think this vomu ocein ail wont on talking to him aboit my company vhich I mess get tin fiuipments for My io siid hi havent you got that company ready yctV That was what I was trying to toll Got IJradley and lodge Yost li I may not have stated it to then is rlearly as I intended to He denied that he ever said to Ffrgnson and Crawford that Goebel t hcl be killed 2Vo Seereey Alioi lt- lie jnainlained that there was 710 I screey about time organiation HlclI1 t ffiipmcnt of his company and satin1 1tthat Gov Taylor told him that it wa rat necessary tto apply to the county jice for authority to organize 1 it Tte company he said was organlzl- for pleasure CroswfXiunined witness said 1II A orley and five or six others accom parried himto Frankfart January Hi HcottColaon tragedy occurred soon after their sirriil andI they did not tc Taylor till after dinner Saw Col ISuIliK ami others here who participated in Gait house con irrrnce that night but none of them spoke to witness about it On Tan nary 10 witness said he procuredl from a Cincinnati firm shoulder traps and received them the d- o4tiel was sho- ttuutpm Ordered Out Commonwealths Attorney Franklin produced an order signed by exAdjtt mieni Collier for the straps and markI tri rush Witness said he Hd n blOw whether it was Colliers sign s ture or not and could not recall whether he or Collier sent the toe I rain He received a special delivery letter from Gov Taylor late in the after noon of January lit orderinr the itrum1iInYstate thai Corbel had been shot ard did not give time renton for u1ngI them out He received the shouldor straps ordered byen Collier tJie same day BUYING COAL LANDS A rittHliiinsli CapltiiUnt InreJxed n Tract of JOth O Acres in- 11Dclmont fount Ohio I Wheeling W Va April 1GJ X a l wur Pittsburgh has purchn e from 1rtF Jasmire of this city a tract of 10000 acres of coal land in xnuthcasHru Belmont county 0 on tile Ohio river for 1UOOOO It i learned that a company to be forme f Mr Icw will develop the propert Clhip principally by the river in competition with the river coal1 com iIae IHie Baltimore Ohio pro oft from LHtkton W Va 1 M ned ept 1t t Quaker City O will cut through i F proprrty HeJlI e1rttar npuintatt nt- tWa i u0gtoi AprilAltMaj MacAr lrir of Oxford Kan has been ap r irted captain of the ynnrti and as1 t IVmit fustolit of time govcrrment lnliMn 1 ttthe PanAmaricau expo 1 sition at IuiValo y THE LAWTON MONUMENT j Seiitplor Iliiiiiel C l reiieli Will Ur cease n Ioniniiooiioii to Ciin- Hlruet the leinorliil Indianapolis Ind April HiDauid- C I I Kreiieh the designer of time Death of time Sculptor a great work in hronxe shoun atI the Worlds I Iorr Garlields memorialI in Fairmonnt park Philadelphia the Kiclnml M1 Hunt memorial in Central park Net York Hill other monuments will re reive a rout mission from time IaalOtt 1t MonumentI associationI to construct a memorialI to Ithe Indiami general who died in Ithe Philippines MrI I French was chosen as a result 0 a illllIf al Sculpture ociety and with others competent to advise as to the nature of the work that ought to be under taken anclIS to the persons ir jft1 equipped to do it Got lhu bin J1 s cxoUicio chairman of the association has taken tin ac tin interest in its aurla0d has4I proposed to see it pushed to a ipfcdy ulllpl1 ion c ejirv 1lIl1lt Will lie KnNvil- As a soldier himself in the Spanish war he thinks it rainy reasonably be expected that thet necessary addi tional contributions eau be obtained from comrades in that Will andI from other sources The governor subscribed StUU himsMf Saturday night whrii for the firtI time he pre sided over a meeting of tilt associa tine About X101111 iis in sight and the associationI believes 000 additionalI can be obtained With these funds the sculptors consulted wry that sonic 1thing rtTectitc eau be door A pot trait hurt in the state house or at some point in time court house grounds or on the federal building site or a basrciicf or a heroic iig err in bronze weiv the various sug gestions thatI have bees oiVered I to the association will defer largely to 1the views of Ithe sculptor and will1 invite him to make a visit to the city CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS A WiHconoiit India Decide Thai TlHv IMI Nol lit Iroteenleit- Inder State leditnl lat Milwaukee Wis April 16 Judge IEugene S Elliott in the circuit court Seicnr lists are out liable to prevention un courtei i ruled mgrsrbe held for practicing medicine when their means of healing is by prayer than can a minister who prays at the bedside of Ithe sid and receives a fee either directly or indirectly statetasrainst recent ia Aries omit Knuna Nilhols Christian Scientists who fiit l Uil Itr I f J I f I r iltjTi a fAI1ott1 fiom the dlNatie- STOCKMEN LOSE HEAVILY Mitity 11 tailof Cillle aid Aeel t Lost DnrljiK the Surin in Wjiini Itiyr rand cbrnnaM- eyennc Wyo April lfft is re ported thrt the Swan Lund and Cat tie Co which rangy large herds of rattle in eastern Wyoming and west ern Nebraska lass lost more than i1l11 head ofIcuttle during the severe storm of the past ten days Jack Kdwards large owner of sheep in Wyoming i and Orrjron lost 7000 herd of shrep near Kimbnll 1eLout of a baud u f reporterd1 hI Dakota andJ eastern Wyoming The storm iis still in progress andI many stockmen will lI1 rained LAUNCHING OF THE OHIO TIic Unn hler Itt1IH tinxb IIi Itecn Selected to hriKt1I the 3cis AVar 1 e iNfl Washington April 14iTht tin ugh ter of tine Nash of Ohio has beet selected to name time battleship Ohi to lit launched at the Iliion ir n works on May 1s The president atet1 the members of his cabinet Wad a ills tinguished party of Ohio officials an- tI be present on the occasion The customary bottle of wine will be used1 1rap nturcoffrom trot stays into the water fan d llcCoivnn Ketired Washington April lCapt 1 J MeGowan has been retired with the rank of rcu admiral He broke down in health while commanding the monitor Monadnock on tlc lsiati isill station several months ago soul has frinco had a short term of service iin command of the navalI Istaiull at Key Westf fteii orbit to Mnrry Washington April IGlhl definite and authoritative announcement iis made of time engagement of Maj Gen II C Corbin adjutant general of the array and Miss Kdyth Patten of this pity There have been frequent ru mol heretofore of such engagementI which have been persistently denied llIrniutni tilde 1 alienator Peanfort S C April 11IaU- ttilc d States training ship Lancas ter arrived Monday1 TIll Lancaster isnil Cdwill leave for I summer cruise iiu liuropean atlrsIntive IJIrlli to Koiir Halite Lexvisbnrg lenn April 1JIrJohn lsey neij Spring Place ha given birch to fnr babies car weighing four innds They are nil1 living and 1111i itrell Mr Islcy tUic father is hinseif a twin brother ittiiril IUN at Kniiiitniii Cot Colorado Springs C61 April 1C A strong ilov of ntnrtl gas husec encountered in a well sunk at IonsnII gain IiiprosnectlHS for oU 1I I ANOTHER CAPITAL1 Mandarins at Shanghai Informedi Tliat the Chinese Court Will Go to JIsian r Yung OFFICIALS QUIETLY LEAVING PEKING German Troops Sent to Disperse Rob berg in the Mountains Northeast ot Chanir Ping Chan Iniinii Ollllally TliaitUcd fur nlot lei Cliliui Io Ceri1 the Mail ed iirin n unt IIIIUhnMarine Itccnllcd Shanghaii April Itsldvices front Sian Fu to i lit loyal mandarins assert that the court iisi preparing to go to Ilsian Yang in the province of JIll Pci time permanent ollicials of Itut six boards are described as having quietly left Peking for Sian Fu in an ticipation of time selection of a new capital Ierlin April IIi The German war olliee lumen reccivid1 the1 following dis ICablersrrLelingI 1 raj Yon Schoeiiberg with companies n infantry mounted infantry cavalry cull artillery has hero sent from here to disperse robbers in the mountains northeast of Chang Ping Chan SO kil ometres northof Peking A com pang of troopH from t liang Ping Chan will intercept the retreat of the rubbers 1 illinium Arreisled for Murder Merlin April 111 dispatch to till Iokal AneigerI from Peking says Carti halt betty arrested for Ithe murder of 1apt Cart clt He bojsls that h lie hilled 1 the olliccr in a moment of stager of the caplaiifs ill treatment of hi III Three other Chinamen have been arrested as accomplices Cue of then was with Ho Wan goad riding dipt I tart Kelts horse London April Hi The Chinese imperialI court tthrough the Chinese minister at Tokio has thanked Jlpant for assistiutf China to resist till Wan Ihnrtan convention says the Shaiif htii correspondent of Ithe Standard and lias asked for Japanese aid and support in any future eoiniiiKeneieO fidispatch 1o the lail IKx press from Tokio dnt rd Sunday the detachment of lussinii marines stationed at Ma Son Pln have been recalled ouring tt- 1a1 pa pthl representations NEW STEAMSHIP LINE SsPffiir 4trSi taiftP tlie lnllficI Kin unlll raid Mcdlfcrrniicitii- to Liverpool St Paul Minn April 10 The Northern Pacific Ilailroad Co Mon clay made important announcements regjinling a new line of steamships which Hhe company will operate threequarters of the way around the giobe ratsi1 other words from I iacoma to ILiverjioolI hway of the IIwitilI11I tilt Puri canalsoul1 alt MediterraneanI ea Xi w York April 1Glimy sham ships to form the new steamship xenict front Taeoma and MxerjMiol1 are ixvned by Messrs McJregoP tow Si of iinxgoxv which 5rm sire tthe proprietors of the Glen line Un steamer of time proposed fIteet has nloraily been over Itime route CHINESE LEGATION QUARTERS liiilsler VVii HJIH ireu Some l ot Hide itioii to Hatter of Ilillin r I ri a Ituililitix in VnshiiiKloi- iaslingtou April lli Several sag stions have been made to the Chi ese minister coneertiing the nil vs leottion quarters in Washington and tie has given some consideration to She matter of late The Pritish Get man and many other foreign em bussies Mid legntions own their grant1 seta hIt In car a building iic put it doubtless will he a unique ad dition to the architecture of the capital Attempted Murder and Siiietdf Ihiiniicld Ct Aril 10 1VanTc Matthewson aged 40 cut his wifes hroat Monday and attempted t himself The woman iis not ev Hcted to live hilt it is thought that Matthewson will recover MatthewI on returned house Monday morning under the influence of liquor and in i quarrel with his wife attacked her witha knife The Ucr liixpeet ion eaM Jefferson City Mo April lt supreme court overruled a motion for t rehearing iu time beer inspection Mse This establishes the legality of tIlt state here inspection law uu tier which time brewers will be com polled to pay about one + 1utrter of aheadey due the stale ot Cnilty San Juan 1 P III April 1GHuohl1 Crowley of Lockport IS Y sou of exCongressman Crawley and an em ploye ot the postal department who was recently arrested on a charge of misappropriating postal taint 1i1a formally arraigned Monday ai 1 1latent not guiltr lniiorliii IVlient Santiago de lullvia tlaivesion April 10 Seventy thousand tons of 11I imlortefronti u Chili This is a marked increase over former imports ON THE CROSSING L PArtY rt inn r 1i opts nu Ioa t h r A Trnln Three Uelntr I I1led- atul Ore Injured WJlkeslwrre tartsaI hSiraikKI railrttds1 1 stla uiynorthIhrccktlrdminrrisOoanell1ouncll11rs1ran1f I IlankCIlntl n11rtainill4 J Counpll I hll1Ie LulillgtII Jnthisnrarningturtd1 ttOCuunclisl orosxinjr hlslrII a11twas blotsiding i s foou as tin freight train moxej rant ItishllI uavhugtpassenger train trot jn arsi dii rcclion rile exiiresi train isiled to err the ieople on the trte until Iihr loeomoiixe had ploijii el1 into them The iwo women weiv huiled- n great distance in th air oral vhca 1pieled up were cUll ISiih bodies were badly mangled Mr GConnell had both legs and ort arm lroUn 3fa time Mr CrMtiner wag able to step buck ron Ithe track before being struck vith full rrt and escaped with slight injuries MRS NATION ARRESTED Knnniia Sntixiii Siua lnr Ctiarurtl With Otixtrucllnu tint Slreel IteltNIMIMt On llolllt Kansas City M April IMisC- arrie Nation was arrested in this city Sunday night on time charge of obstructing the street Shy was ta ken to the police station in a patrol wagon hut was released on a cash bond of SG Her trial in the police court was set for Monday morning Mrs Nation lectured in Kansas City Kan Saturday nightuul came over 10 the Missouri side Sunday morning She started on a tour of investiga tti0n among the down town saloons Sunday evening X crowd of a thou sand men and boys followed her tad at Twelfth smut Walnut streets where there arc saloons on three corners shy was arrested because the crowd following her blocked tilt streets She roundly lectured the saloon men whom she visited 0ZIONISTIC MOVEMENT Ihhrfn Hrlll n Mectlne In llllwnu Urc nod Approved n ilsta l0 HI tore Ancient leivisli 1rtwtle QCr ev Milwaukee April LiFifteen Lusts dred Hebrews held J meeting Sunday in the interest of the Zionisttic move ment anti demonstrated approval1 of the plan whieh it is hoped will restore the ancient prestige of the Jet+ h as a nation TIll plan is to raise n fund sulliciently large to purchase the land of Palestinei from the Turks and makeJ ita refujjf for the oppressed Jews of every land One of the branches of 1time organisation iis locatedl in kee and has a constantlyI int lihlU1membership I Dart of this one of the chief promoters of the movement IN FAVOR OF PEACE IlThe Peoitle of the Province of inf- KlocJced to See the ttil ted Sintcn- Ililllliliim Coin miss ton Capiz Province of Capi Isand rat Painy jP L April ltThe eope of this section of Pansy Hooked to Cvj 5 Sunday on foot and in car riages to meet the members of the United States Philippine commission and to attend the explanation of the principles upon whirls provincial gov ernment is to he established here Monday Thousands were present at the meeting lurid in tae theater Keprcsentntivcs of the natives as erred that federalist movement con bined with time lixrstlityif time burr jbeing enacted by the committee had caused tine recent rapid pat jin time northern part of the iisland The proxince of Capin has suffered greatly from worm rinderpest and locust plagues and popular scntimem is unanimously in favor of peace and civil government triiltcl Itn Krolherlnlnvr Wichita tiara pril15t Granite Okla Sunday J1 T Xew killed his brotherinlawj loboJ Doyle JJothI hall1 attctnptto use his weapon He went talc a neighbors house to avoid the guar leI but New foiloxved him and shot him three times Had blood had e = 1fisted between them New is under arrest UIithch Stathtllex London April 1tThe annual reo port for th J United Kingdom shows 2G2S34 marriages fiSSfilj births olt whieh 37124 were illegitimate deaths OSlTiO of which 2S44 were suicides Not a single death from hydrophobia was reported Population of Hiidn Test Vicuna April liLhc Hungarian pensns shows the population of Hilda Test to be 70314S The Jes numb t 1C50PO This represents nn increase poptthtdyears e amiSemite journil note the far with alarm ttled tit the limn lie A yltini rerlin April 13 Emilia Kempiu doctor of law and one of the fore niOBt leaders of the womans move incnt in Germany has just lied in insane asylum at Basle SwitrtTla I 1 1 C Ci Ii fifu ii STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I U i9 A PITCHED BATTLE Tint Killed and Two IVouiiilcd fa the ItcKiiIt of a Fight Ilctwrrn Drlectlves and Ilraperndocs Maylinj Ky An l 13Two kiled and two uounded is the result of a I jpitched battle between desperadoes onII one side and1 1 John W Wrijjht the eti ebrated deteetixe and his men bra tine other at JJoones Fork above here iin LNheltollnlTht been expected for mouths as Wright and his posse have i boon searching for the rcinniniu f seven numbers of the lawless kiiilnxjii gangr who with eijrlit others briital Ily murdered Irjjlmia lIall and her sun Shcruond 1 lleynolda at Hoones Fork last November list parties have declared that they could nol he averted Friday right and his men Solo mon Wright his brother Henan and I Floydl Fleminffs Wild Pill the Cin eiimnti ollicer John Kadeliir a innn fj junused Osborne Wiliiani Wright Isaac ilfar l and onewhose name eoald i th1nlIInolds who opened fire I fur twenty minutes the tiring waged at elose range the shots tyuv itug been heard for miles around In the midst of the fight Join lcynolds retreated with a jirobably fatal wound in his left shoulder Creed Potter kept up the fight alone anllllatl linen Writrht the lsyear old son of the late t1 S Wright who was IsasI NoaltTiy1ulds1 latIiugdeath A second vicihh tits Isaac Millard formerly of Pike eonn 13 A hall passed tl11nughahis left breast A man j naiMd Osborni was shot through the liirhtI Icg- Frankfurt 1 v1prf1 13The Lex ington and Louisville batteries of state guard were put in readiness to be sent tgjjLetuher county where a sheriff aihl two deputies are repotted to have been killed while trying to arrest surcrul mountain desperadoes charged with tIlt murder of Mrs leiiiina Hall tad her son The county judge of the county wired for troops fearing further trouble hilt later news was to the effect that troops ae not needed and thev will Hot heT to T r na THE FEUDISTS Tveiily UtvriiitM to the Kn tCItix Jniii KntrcMcIicd in llur lijiii- uins Itutlle Iniiniiieiil Mayking Ky April 1Twttltmen extra comprising the Potters and lientleys all toughs characters of Ioones Fork the scene of notes disorder above here joined the Ury noMs faction Sunday They are heav ily armed and prepared for any emer ireney A down of the men are guard lag John 1 Reynolds their wounded1 man while the remainder occupy good positions in the mountains above where a splendid view of ih surrounding country is afforded The Wright side received an even dozen new recruits Sunday They comprise a brave set of Wren and art- all good marksmen The Wrights have their dead buried and are hot ready for brittle HEAD END COLLISION GatIieer nml Ysirdmnster littler car 3iddleborFireniiutfatally Middlesbnroisy April 1f A heiid end collision on the Louisville t Nashville railroad Friday afternoon at 535 oclock between mere andt West Pineville resulted in the elarhi 111n1 Frctwell yardmaster at this place utFltt1w11fireman was perhaps fatally hurt and nearly every nina on each trait wax more or less bruised A frl from Corhin ran to Miildlesboro for a work train Xt w Kentucky 1iiHtntnsitcrn Washington April 12 Fourthclass Kcntuelt+ Thursday were as follows Heard Oldham County A E Duncan Casey viilcl Union county W E Narraway Milton Casey county Hugh McCoin t Hickory Flat Simpson county Jt S Jackson Sutherland Daviess county J L Turner Turlock Allen county J 1C KelleyVine Groxe Hardinr county E1 TF Cox Death Lurks There Greennp Ky AH1 12A Negro was found dead above town Thursday morning having died from naturalI I causes hive men have been found dead near this spot- horses Sold Lexington Ky April 13Cy Hughes of Lexington sold to Toll tarlIlltltstnutsold to W S llarnes the yearling fcke I Vorcr by Prince of Monaco den Melody for j One OUII Wilim bur Ky April 13A fall j t of slate in the Morgan mine Friday morning resulted in the death of Ode I Card roll NO RELATIVES Trvo rrotiilnrnt Kentucky Fnmlllr tiny They Are Sit Krlntrd to A Wo in a it Arrested fur Ill niuy Louisville Ky April 1Mrs Alico Gladys Drcckinridge Cantleman Piirns who claimed to be a daughter of Gen lobo 1J Cnstlcnutn of Louisville end higuIIYhyxvay collected with the Castleman or ISrcckinridge families Gen Castle hnti1 they did not know anything abuts 1 the woman who adopted the itami of the generals oldest daughter When the cast of the woman first came up some weeks ago Mr Castle man received inquiries from alloverI the country about her but could an swer only that he did not know any Itthing about the prisoner It is alleged Mrs lUirns simply made use of a slight resemblance to Miss Castle man to temporarily assume her name and gain a tooting in society WAR ON SUNDAY SALOONS The Police at evliiutoii Ky Mntln the Hound mid Several Ar rl s 1tere hide Lexington Ky April 1iThc tsar on Sunday saloons here is bring eon i tinned The policy after mid night Saturday night made the roends arresting William Itenniek proprietor of the English Kitchen Mat Souter of tXe Mecca and styeI bartender at the saloon of Shouse Iooney The mayor insists that the saloons must remain closed on Sun i I SaturdayIis being kept up On Saturday both rooms opened and the entries were posted when the police interfered t oil caused the rooms to he closed The trouble appears to be a tight be tween the poolroom men who will not combine and run one room WINCHESTERHILL WEDDING 31nyor Toni I loluinoii unit Iumllr of Cleveland O Vill I1I1ctf Louisville Ky April 12 Kalert 7 Til ford city building inspector re ceived a letter Thursday from Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland in I whirls Mr Johnson said that he wasI ton t his ille to remain a wetl nn ili jI lrr mxr 1 rfanul + win ntttnd time weddingoM MiiS1 Mary Tyler Hill and Frederick Churchill Winchester which will take plate April 10 Mrr Til ford is a cousin of Clevelands Wen mayor In his letter Mr Johnson says that he has been deep in polities mill hopes to secure sonic ret during his stay I in Louisville Tt iis probable that local i i democratic leaders will give a dinner in honor of Mr Johnson while he bin I Louisville Vutt the Oriitorlca Contest Lexington Ky April 13 Kentne= y State college represented by Clark Lands Lexington subject flits lleign of Law won the fourteenth annual Kentucky intercollegiat oratorical contest here Friday night The winner is IS years of agestime youngest student who ever won thi3 contest Other colleges represented were Gentry college Danville Cen andvGeorgetown college Georgetown Suielc lulled IJU Mother Paducah Ky April 1Mrs Mar Itha Lewis aged S4 years is dead ofI grief over the downfall of her non Hichard Lewis who while postmaster at Kaglatul IKy forged money orders for SK and left He was sent to the Nashville penitentiary Sclfiefctrc Mt Sterling Ky April 15 William Morton was tried here for the killing- oor James Stoekdale deputy sheriff and found not guilty It wasa clear case of selfdefense rnnlort llcIleM Death Frankfort Ky April lallisx latetJohn W Payne and a beautiful and popular young lady died suddenly of congestion of the lungs ArrcKtcd for Mootmhlnlncr Columbia JApril 15 Deputy United States Marshal Long arrested lid Harvey for moonshining oust United States Commissioner Yinfxy held him on a Ci00 bond Hunt Unyrn Drad Columbia Ky April 12Miss Rose Hayes of Jamestown daughter of Judge J F Hayes lied Thursday morning She was a noted temperance worker and member of theW C T 17 Silver Ore Discovered Campion Ky April USihcr ore has been discovered on the farm of Mrs Lent Wiliiaris two and a half miles fr yn here Xeiv Superintendent Frankfort Ky April 15TIH eon test between the school board amt Snpprintendent Frank wan ondetl when the board announced thar Ip if George L Ilobertson of Greenslmt Tnd hind been appointed Franks snc censor Olltcln Insane 1 IRnnlf KyAprt 15en T t Carpenter tinvii a few wcclfr agog individual bookkeeper of the Isiyotta national hank wns adjudged of HI sound mind and sent to the asylum Charged wiij Mounshinin x FZ f 1 r1r R s J 1JI 1 r JftIIit 7 IU I0Io L t tHEHICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARRENi L HICKMAN KY I i rt FRIDAY r APRIL 19 1001 j t fre Kiilrnutl Time Fabtr rit N 0 St L R R I LEAVES A Kit IV r Train No 53 at 955 p HI Twin No 62 7 S MI Train os tit 4JOi p ui Train No 4 1 I w TilE GIPSYS FKOlHEUV For The Hickuiau Courier r An Oriental vagabond once did stray By accident across my way A girl was Iagay laughing girl With auburn hair disposed to curl J JApensive eye of softest brown country teacher from the town r A trio of jolly girls were we Blanche and Lettie and little me The Arabian called me from my crowd While Blanco and Lettie laughed aloud 0 fair proud girl let me tell Your future brightI know it well The star that smiled upon your birth Endowed n heart of manly worth And he alone holds the key That locks Lovo gate mysteriously It I sat reclining in my chair I Laughingly said I do not care e To open the book I know the past And in Gods hand tho futures cast I glanced at four sweet tender eyes Read disappointment and surprise That Gipsy maiden she Began to tell my past to me I blushed then paled and trembling For she surely seemed to know i tJfaid I rashly and nuciil Tis the agency of the devil Then her eyes Arabic splendor Seemed some potent charm to lend her Let mo tell you ere I go Twice too often you said No I 1 uprising from my chair I Took her to my chambertt Where I wondered curiouslyIIWhat my future Said she painting to my cozy Led Every night you rest your head There where none can hear at all Bitter yearning teardrops fall You have many lovers see Let me select the one for thee Eyes of brown and tender blue Love and dream and sigh for you When I chose a pair of brown On her face there rose a frown No no the Arabian said And sagely shook her raven head Child when moonbeams and sunshine twine Brown eyes linger at his wine And to make your happiness sure Take the blue eyes they are truer Long long years have sped away Since the Gipsy maiden gay Told my future loves disguise And the hue of faithful eyes But when Love found the way To my heart and held his sway Do yon wonder Ah you do Was it brown eyes were they blue A ELLA BEtTY MCGEHEE 7 1Cayce Ky L I rh 1iTiPjW J111 t n r7TV vA TrTr or A 4 f = = STRICKEN OUT ARE SEVERAL PARAGRAPHS IN A PETITION IX DAMAGE SUIT E From Paducah Register Clerk J R Puryear of the United I States Court received two orders yes terday from Judge Walter Evans ofii Louisville The decrees are exactly alike and pertain to the suits of Mrs 1 I F Blythe and Mary Bell Tindell both of whom sued the Illinois Central for the killing of their husbands who were struck by a train in crossing time track at Fulton last year 1I The court ordered that the tollowing words be stricken from their petitions Was a very careful and prudent man especially so abut passing trains i i that section referring to the deceasedI f And knew cr should have f I the fact that the board of council ofr I the City of Fulton has published an or dinance requiring and requesting them I to keep a watchman at the said crossing in that portion regarding the railroads act in not keeping a watchman at the r track that he left a wife and childreu all of whom were dependent upon him for their support and maintenance in that section regarding the family of the deceasedThe of the defendants to have other clauses stricked out was overruled and the amended petition offered April 1 1901 received and everything strick en out except a few 3 The railroad was given until May 15JJ 1901 to enter its plea rt- f i f I 5pEIRLIIL- fl i I IILfl IIDRT WflT iiSALEL i ZOO1 llHtllr Sill 11 uts tlu11 kill S aniti i10L CoSt to IIIUk tll911 r u S II 250 I 350 I 450 SILK WRIST for only i 500 SILK WAIST for only SHIRT WAIST only Silk Waist i it IV1A1t1 RA1TSe PYHICl lx 1l Only a100ioo ForLAnD tiILI dIMJc PPI1 For c I 7oje FOULARD For onlvdyISILK- Sll9 irII II I Line of Floor Matting IINew Line Carpet SamplesII IIBALTZER Oai t QlN N N N iI i t g w- fr rt TfTrTTrTTTr1v fI r STRICTLY UP TO I paragraphs O WARD IROES Royal and Union label OVEW BOUTS ag am For sale fit J t I I I i J I I I 71rT1 TTT 1s7Y T 0 OUR NEW STAND I About April 22nd we will open up a LargC Sample Room in the old stand of L King next door to Caruthers Resturant where will be found the largest and best assorted stock of Buggies Harness Farm Hardware Gear and Everything that is found in a First Class Buggy Harness and Implement Establishment Step in and see us- E E REEVES 3O Hickman Ky TIlE LATEST- I 1Garnett Ripley was placed on the stand in his own behalf Monday lie did not contradict exGovernor Bradley Thornenthe three most important witnesses for the Commonwealth As to Messrs Bradley and Yost he s lid I think they were substantially correct in who Ithe said but I intended to tell thom what I have told you before what trans picot This was that he found Tay lor greatly excited as a result of Yont soys call He said Taylor declared that a crank might kill him or Goebel any minute und start a riot and everybody would be killed It was during this excited frame of mind that Taylor said Kipleys militia My God isnt tha company here yetM Ripley proved a careful and shrewd witness but on the crossexamination which was begun be fore the adjournment of court he prov ed himself to be possessed of a bad mean- ors t 198 T i 9oI 325 i 385 INew DATE Srn I Ii JarQ III iI IDUJ CJl look over our pattern Tobooks is to receive a free education in the art off knowing How to Dress We ar the leaders in artistic tailoring and by studying the methods of tDe International tailoringI opanvof NewYork and Chicago you are not only getting valuable education but profiting by you study Look carefully over patterns and compare the qualitt and prices of International Suit beetm brought before your notice Our dealer will give you the education free 1H C AM BERJI rv r i17 R I w1gyn Xaturo has put aside her loll1llrobe mid the bright days are here Are you ready1 Or do you Iluck1 some one im portant thing It to Silll oil boiled Taffeta it will not split Or1 it may be a ations in ladies neckwear just arrived or it may be a POf i loves or pair of l store1- l are waiting for the Spring ffashions to J r ct i i we have justl the thing you have been waiting for if you f wish and a good toast w Good quality of all1 Linen Hem stitched atw cts HI 9 A 6 j I dints IIi t I I i l t i iJoel uati rl L L11O11lhSPI i H c forI i L- M 11i11tS1I tl 1 I I ARt 9f- lUSPRING READY L rxa FO n uU 1 welli creIshoeSlotscrhaIJsrOll i caseV1exelusiveness Handkerchiefs w DUIii I I 1 Caught u Dreadful hold Broke manager for T Mt u large importer if millinery 4IIIerioll Milwaukee Avenue OJiirago During the fat severe winter I dreadful cult which kept me awuke at night and made me unlit to at tend my work dnrinjr tho day One of Imy milliners was taking ChamWrlams j i nigh Remedy fur a severe rold at that ttime which Heeiwvl to relieve lrr I Ijl quickly tint 1 bought some for myself jj betel like magic and J Inborn to im nt once I am now 6ntirh well 1 feel very pleased to acknowledge its IiIiItori l For sale by Cowgill fe Jowgill I I k uum A 511 Shaw en State Line IK I loan n ssinl as Nut jiii I Ia r 15 F tAgainstIt Equity Susan Watson et al leftAll person + having claims against the state of E V Wats IHl deed are here i properlyj i Commissioneri of the 1ulton Circuit Court at his office in Hickmnn County yof Fulton Kentucky on or before tfie i 1st day of May next This 231 day of March 1101 S D LUTKX Master Comr F C C f LJD E AgainsttJJ- L t Equity ej His Heirs and Creditors Deft All persons having claims against the estate of Dg Reeves deed are hereby notified to produce the same properly proven to the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Pultonl Court at hit otlice in Hicknmn Oojforol j i day of March M23 Master HIOLII I a a i SENATORTALKS I Senator Cockrell who is a member of the Senate Committee ou Cuba and who returned troth that island Friday was at the War Department Saturday morning and had a long conference with i Secretary Root regarding his visit to the 3 tnVpeaking about the reported vote PlattuuendntenteCockrell sad he din not conI Senator i sider it a final one for he said the conl I vexation has voted eight or ten times on I the subject and has done nothing dads matteriveFrom his Knowledge of the situation t i iill the convention the Senator declared i that he did not consider IVidavs vote lrantbill i I more than sots of tho JrieI which had been token alYi I of theopinion that thoOubans1 hstoken j I iCIAcres of Land ratle2t For Sale or UYoKls SouthEast of Court Housei IIli KyRowsri r6 L e iiliJBJi ci AMtGta- ir firttlcG L The tU imctv factories u Fiiltoi verelI forced to clnv down lust week n ill j count of tin ury season They will rII raimIiI operation1 itmum as SOUl us Leader int Iooim iiarneti wire of Mr IlitlJI lh liaruott tlud ti the homeof her mother Mrs VVlams on the lhh iisl i ern iiniitiMit aged1 about 22 yeirs Sytn Ipithy i xtfjlpii t lIflII titsLiuui j relative and frinii I I MrsI Ili T EylerlisiI IIkssie Freneh Mrs HMI y Owtfill Mrs H i KHison i Mrs1 Will Ellison Misses LJulto At wood Nannie and Louixc Rogers Aliie I DniliiS Mrs Nannie Kinsman M Slmtv and otlicrs of Hickman nt BII the Episcopalian Convocation in Fulto this week1 i i One fare to New Orleans La andIi I turn via the Mobile and Ohio account Southern Baptist Comentiou1I May 9th Kith Tickets on l 8 and U limited to Juno 2u for return Tins rate will aply via Mobile For ii further information see your nearest I i ticket agent or EBBlair T P A Jackson Tenn I The politieian is my shepherd I shall i not want for anything during the cam jj paign He leudeth me into the saloon for my votes sake he tillcth my pock I ets with good cigars my beer runneth over He inquirctli after my family even to the third and fourth generation I Yea though I walk through the nand and ramie vote for him shout myself It hoarse when he is elected straightway t he forgeteth me 1 meet him in my own house mid ho knowctli me not Surety till word hath l leon palled over t l my eyes all my life but I will dwell inI the nrikti of the old party forever J PRISONER ESCAPES FROM1- i JAILOR NOOWON IHollert Thompson colored who keeps a restaurant at the old Campbell gallery was arrested Monday charged withI bootlegging aud an illicit house of other character and tailing to give bondl was placed in jail The authorities laid had an eye on this house for some time IIt serins that a negro passed a 810 confederate bill on Thompson aud whenl he found it out ho threatened prosecu tion and that then the negro turnedI against Thompson aud made a complete exposureOn da evening when Thompson had been brought to the Court House curl after time examining trial ho made a dash for liberty from Uncle To Noon on in whose custody he was aud made good his escape Sheriff Carpenter mel County Clerk Lulen soon rallied to Uuclo Jos help in the pursuit hut the i thatrI they failed to capture tuna I I ARREST ROB THOMPSON i I i ICHobert Thompson iis a small copper I I colored negro about 25 years old larg i eyes looks excited all the time weighs about 1555 or 140 pounds and not over 51 feet ti5 inches high Arrest him and j l illlHickmau KyIII S HOO Yalls of Eillbrol1e1liy III frolll a to 1IIS I with Yery 011 Pll work 20 toI lilliIc alt 1lOc I salt E lHS3I1SSInI IaaIce County Advocate Hob Kllisroti was arraigned before Squire Shaw Monday on a charge of iug an acomplicf in the Darnell n rr dor oasn Lion Rice A Pierce was Mr Elusions attorney Col Till Burn U courtjthat the prosecutions wife was ill and he could not attend that several impor a thatihimIl l1wrgcIA Katjinir Roaring Flood Washed down a telegraph line which Chas C Ellis of Lisbon In had to re- Pair water 1eii dailyiOaklandi ThenIbottlesjbyCowgIllI it i- tT7T I SAY a t1he say iis the worst slanderer and maligner that the devil ever conceived more reputations have smirched by it and more good nAblackened than amts weaponconcenel Theysayclass but are candied around by the gossips and slander mongers of all cir ellS the only difference is that the t upper classes use more glittering phrases theyde3iroa con t unburland filth But 1 mark you although in substance their allusions to some ones character or motives is substantially lthesame yet our society gossip smoothes i the harsh places with gentle sarcasm + poisonousstung theintention II termined and more so than the bite of thelatter t theformersayHV2happiness of families questions the unohve of pure virtuous dragsintothefairmen free iqnonUy drives the victims to acts of suicide and murder and only when it iis too late are the results o f they say repeattales 4 reaeindulge ir thiskind ot pastIme has it ever occurred to i 1 on that yon are endeavoring to drag 2 your superiors down to your own level IIIARAGON il1 x 7a b i9 yY w te + y u- rt j irY ++ r+ ft t w a Y leY r k y 1 r 1- y n T1 IIiIi bd Ioo4rQz mttrtn mmnmm u = nrnttinrrniiitsiriniin 1 I ELLISONS1 1 iThe Will BegirD NEXT WEEK C1 First of Their Regular 3 i Special Sale Days 1 EE WE WILL OFFER ONr 1 ttF E TUDSDAY Morning From 0 a HI till 12 noon j 10 yards r cent Calico lfor30 cents Choice of the Dress Styles Only customersri ellli 3 cents Fringed Huck Towels 10x30 inches bleached and un dtF bleached Not sect 4 to a cus tomer 3c yard Brown Domestic f eIF 1llillitVitlOnly 10 yards to a customer a f 3 cents each Ladies Handkerchiefs r= Sell regularly upto S cents Not over 5 to a custom- erMorningr THURSDAY elm = IFrom 9ll in to 12 noon eIFdr I elm30cOnly 10 yards to a customer = 3 cent Ladies Vests ill Zz 5 cent Hope Domestic customerfE9c Untrimmed Sailors v+ i f r t 1 ar f lots ends sale and PINS able and you Rib q 5c 1 2c yd I elll rr All while last fc P iv I1l arl eonn 4Y F tors 011 wale We had u to gt but are able at i At wido1 a dime 7 10 and r in and hand 5 some v4J= At 12 k at and = ittr All EE 8c lOco at = i t U u a- r PUFF OF PRAYER AT A DEATH BED DOES NO GOOD SAYS A 1 Balt1morc April Dr Ilurcourt of the orator the the Medical University lust night His one the careful said DrtoI urge you about allowing clergymen in the sick room they a great cause of r book under their arms and whis to the sick and dying person you ready Here the Rev j Harcourt made a grimace is notcontinuedThe sick life Ytells here and hereafter and not the little buff of prayer at tho last few x meats which goes vhen a minister is caned to prepare tL man for death The remarks were vigorously Frost rector Rev Wm A R of the Church the Holy r troubled by a weak digestion try u feworappetite Stomachdoses Liver Tablets Every box warrant For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hick mw and A Shaw State Ky jCtt- y t t 1k4e i t i 27 t w WEDNESDAY April 24 DayWill1 REMNANT DAY LfI v A business like ours ac runinlates1 of rem r Mints awl odds awl upThatsiJing tliese special days and almost giving away the remnants On two counters in t11rcenter of till 11011sVOU will findrRemnants+ short lengths odds awl of all kinds of goods These are season and desirable things priced away under value Mere will find Lavjiis Dimities Percales India Lin OUR linghams White Goods Embroideries bOilS etc eQ AVe can quote hut at few Lawns worth 10 tents at Percales 30 in wide 123e quality at 7JI cents India Linon 40 in wide worth 12 cents at 7c Nainsooks worth O cents at 7c Embroideries remnants and up Belts r emit values iitmssJteitr rsMsd MAV91fc1 IQc at 7cd7 1 tFn5a FEmbroidery Sale itinge they 2500 Yards FHIP Hamburg Eiuhroidei 1 just rmn on the to buy quantity thoin ve = to offer them just about Half Price lcletE 5c Embroideries 2 inches would easily bring 3 E l2c Embroideries worth isjgc EAt lOc Theso run up to incites width Beautiful patterns work worth lilt l2c There are Embroideries worth 2oc 4t- E Wash Silks 29C In checks striIesall1 plaids Corded Plain colors EAlI Pure Linen- sHandkerchiefs Single Hems Double =e Kid Gloves 69c UU uuuuumum UUUUUUUUUUUiiU MINISTER 13Rev Reading Pu was at commencement of Baltimore daughter was of graduates be Harcourt are littlealarmtpcrinl Dr Are bed ho thozof mo up hissed by of Crafiord Comforter loss of constipation of Ohamberlnins and ed M Line 1 or 4+ r r m a 2 MARRIAGE AND ADVERTISING t iTho recent marriage r of a Japanese I auspicesIattention to tho so called novelty but is not by any means rare in some places as an advertising card A writer m the New York tunes tells ol a shrewd couple who managed to make a profitable busi ness of being married at various places out west They were married six times for advertising purposes while on their honeymoon trip and finding it a paying venture they went into the business on a sort of theatrical basis The plan is thus described The young man would go to a likely looking town and arrange with some hustling firm for a spectacu lar wedding in the store to be advertised Nominally this ceremony was for a certain prize in tho dealers specialties but really for u cash consideration They found all the business they could attend to for a couple or years and were mar ried not only in Michigan andOhio but in Nebraska Iowa Kansas Indiana I Illinois and Kentucky Missouri and Minnesota and in several other states Reading Pa Times A GOOD DINNER i Wheu you are in Hickman and want a good dinner go to WILLIAMS do WITT l Great excitement prevails at Dresden over the arrest of Tom C Irvine made by SherilF Dodd and deputies in GovernorMcMillinernor of Texas Tho offense for which ullegcdkillingcountyTexas MrIrvinewillforbOlO of connections there propose to stand by him He was assistant circuit court cleric for a number of years I A HUNDRED LSSIiESo W W White of Newbern was fined RubyBairdguilty ho begged the mercy of the court and said he was on his way to Georgia where he had a family Ho was then mobbed by a crowd of incensed citizens and taken to Reids bottling works and given one hundred lashes by Robt Baird the girls brother r iSIX PLATING or dull finish small cabinets for 8100 At J U Elrods Art Gallery upstairs over Ledford t Ran dles grocery Clinton Street for ONE WEEK ONLY e0 H lieal and Personal H Mr Leon Smith iis iu 8t Louis this week 11iuCora Lebia Brown visited in Un ion City this week Harp Edwards and Allen Campbell i of Union City were in town Monday firs Dr C H Hnhlmrd and Mrsl Lil He Wall leave to morrow for a sojourn at Hot Springs Ark Mr 1JB Burnett IttHotI improved LASTCIIAXCESIXforSlro Brit I estylo carug PLATINO dull finishI Cabinet size 1 c Eirods Art Gal I lery Ohnton Street Hickinan Ky 1 Miss Sadie Amberg Assistant Cnshier of Hickmun Bank loft Tuesday for a visit to her parents in Pnrugould Arkt1lrs Lillie Wall who has been viaitiiig relatives in Hiekman goes from here to Hot Springs before returning to her home in 1 loridu IThe ladies of the 0 P Church will give a picnic ate Graves School House I April i Refreshments served on the grounds anti everybody Invited Mrs Ivey Barrett of Brinson Ga will reach Hickinan today and will spend the summer hero with her sister Mrs T A Lcdford Hot Hendrick tho whilom popular1 i I ensployvlinwhere he will be pleased to see his old friends a- Miss Tula Emerson and Mr T A Stanley Mmes Narvy Brown and Mr BpydMaekie young people from Union City made a flying visit to Hickmau SundayA of Hickinan people attend ed the Convocation of tho Episcopal church at Fulton this week The Epis copal churches of Southern Kentucky were represented Mr J U Elrod has been absent sev eral days this week attending a business committee of the Kentucky and Ten nessee Photographers Convention in session in Nashville this week Martin Beard a well to do farmer of this county and well connected in fancily relations was scut to the Hopkins yille Asylum this week being declared insane by a jury before Judge Kearby The Rt Thos U Dudley Bishop of Kentucky will preach at the Episcopal church Hickman Sunday tho 23th morning and night At the morning service the church will fce consecrated Mrs Hepner an aged and well known woman was buried Tuesday in the City Cemetery Her son Peter Hopner of I Union City a very worthy young man attended the burial The funeral was attended by friends The Clinton Democrat and the Co lumbus Critic bow to tho deciaion of State Chairman Young aud will sup port Hon Mott Ayres as the regular Democratic nonn nee for Representative I from Hickinan and Fulton countiesI Mr Seth Cnrlin old the Hotel part d the Ltclfdo build n 2 V d nowlay Mr II BuiAtinun T A Ledttrtt uuAl J A I ThI clt qIi 5 fo you use Soap A I lfs We sdl Kirks Siiio ou Belt at I iiif rtvrnkir pri ov KirkV Ofrvciiil Slap viryiiee 1 lV rtgalar price 25c I Cnlltts i r s tittp very tin JUI- ii re nsir price 25 Pears Soap line II Itillwp lutiut 15c 2 for 25 regular I ritc iV Kiwpps fllycrnnp al ot1t4Y tiro only rc- V tIMINS Boo STout Tto nIPII hli uptun4 Le lattier Hatnrd v 11111 at tO Int f- till Ktellllitflinf i + 1rEiit Hitle1a i d- ii tlw parposotif roM ry lint ever lisni v thut he wi nut tione they wirt wait for let him jju unluirriiod i TOlIOur enterprising fellow townsman I Mr Leonard Simmons haw bought titdry oods establishment of Roper Bros and will continue business at the Bueh Hiinn corner well equipped and up to I date in all departments More next week Ollie Tamos Sum Crosslund sued New j ton Utloy havo announced their cnndi dacy for Congress m the Firsti I toIi fact that the election is nineteen months j 1off Mr J A Rochelle a prominent cit- izeni and merchant of Troy died Fri day last Ho was sick only a few days and at the time of his funeral hisdnn h pro a grown young lady was apparent ly in good health but was soixwl with i convulsions and was a corps 7 hours af terwards i Cards are out announcing the mnr rialto of Miss Josephine Stephens sister I of Mr J T Stephens of Ilickman at I Itthe residence of her brother Mr1 CJeo Stephens at Shaw Miss on Wednes tiny Slay 1st to Mr logo W Render I HickmanIi Courier in congratulations and best wiahos For the General1 Assembly Catnorlati- Prcfibylsriun Church at Wet Point Miss May 10th 21th the Mobile 4 Ohio R R will sell tickets from May 1lth1 f to lith at rate of one fare for tho round trip tickets limited for return passage to May 27th 1901 For furtner information see your nearest ticket agent or E B Blair T P A Jackson Teun liereea marriage notice with com ment that appeared in a North Dakota uewspaper of recent issue Married at Finstoue John 1Viulstone and Wil helmina Sandstone both of Limestone This is getting mighty mighty rocky I and theres bound to be blasting of these stony hearts before many I pebbles appear upon the connubial beach The grindstone of domestic in I fehcty will sharpen au ax of jealousy and discord and sooner or Liter ono or tho other of the pair will rest beneath a l tombstone j =c tri r JrA tTsf1 The1 WJsy VV Tj I f1 rr 1 tJj n Bay S uiItr- D 11 0- f Is by way of this store Our tSetII- J po Novelty and Varietyt v7ylf nc m T P I4ffl ri foc 1 UIf j y7J iUU h A FOR THE BUST c IN CtOCERIES Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRIOES TOeRogers Threlkelds UPTODATE GRQCSBS t WITTIXCS Orb STA Goods Delivered FreeDFRESl HClinton Street HEATSTelephonel 74 h h HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS rAnLIIIE1 1s TOM DILLON Sr Propr Succs ir tn II C Karoag deed Marble and Granite Monuments f CURBINGSTONE WORK of all Kinds y IIRON FENCING cJ o- SSickman Eye VITALITY K POWERHERLTH S1STORED The weak madeStrong by fthe usEl NERVO TABlETScA SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles FAILIC JComatti r how IKIMISi t t tIIiv inny Mcni Astonlsliini and quicken slit Tlitv mppr tin1 Nerves Brain and flood nUh till most power ful and iiiu iiy MCDwc 110 n n IItmt1i KuniL and BLOOD FOOD in theTRi U E Natural Vegetable Tonic a eruii 1Irs iiiitt d1 ri trnJ Lost Vital- Ity ii hurl padl Unrirn TablotsnT lit Iro lmt of Kir latest ino t iIMCILUI ily iicl IV uinl learned n arch in I chiNlaierlaI I i t every time used ry I ic t Ir FHI ofti the anrlIndI I Ij i iimlVYUffiI Impotencv Night Lasses Vcricocele 11t1I m Tobacco and Whiskey lost Tired Feeling Sleeplessness Nervous Debility Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Vertigo St Vitus Dance Nervous tieadtiche Backache Trembling Numbness Lot Power HlIII all urh ilifn0 th Irnt1 Paralysis ana Consumption1 WeaK Women Jtt1 TlwyI II jeC will bring tin Bloom of Health to Pale Faces aIM pleaur to lifo Wi mnlil jive Thous ands of Testimonials lliit yr lMvt vy to try thud WI refundI tin money iif a euro snot HtlufWHl Tr thrutal l ifynu want iit ni ran have ymir rnfifV look just ifur the asking IViCO IOcR box of ten dllp tnHUnint sx tnijnKiO S urely wnlidhy mail IlwtaROMainps taken woo as cah Adtiw THE NERVO REMEDY CO 358 West Jefferson St Louisville Ky Solo Acenta for tho United States FOR SALE BY COV ilLL t1 COXVGILL HICKMAN KY afThe iiidications an for the largest I harvest of water wheat the country has ever knownii j An unavoidable mishap prevents the i nppearaticQ of some regular dverti e t hgtwillibeI iGtiti Y J2D CDilh STOI KW A dark bay mare blaze in forehead 3 white feet about 14 hands high and about 6 years old Any nformation i I liberally rewardedJMWILLIAMS I i at Polhw ks Stablo Say Mister Do you want to buy a whr el Hens Model full size 5l200 Cotne I and see it All kinds and nil trades I at the right prigs Jt yru want a ow Iit jwintcrs on Bcvcistndl Bicycle ririitii j j tailI on ns We can help vU1110 Making j j u inflection ijI WILSONS nllK Srutti i I I j I PHE MEMPHIS REUNION Fulton Ky April Hth 1001 Editor CourierI though 1 would write you a short note to let you know that the 7th Ky Reg of U iO V are calculating on going to the Memphis Reunion in May aud are going on a specially decorated train from here the 1 lily before the Reunion commences Wo do not know tho hour well start but in time to get to Moa phis before night It takes between three and four hours to go there from hero and the lure is 240 for the roaud trip Wi will tied out more definitely about the time wo start from here and Hickmnn friends can meet ns in Paducah Junction Our next meeting iis the first Saturday in May and will let you know ally about it thenJ G PtitKElt tiAKDBSS AND SLEEP iX0 real lover and possessor of garden ever died of insomnia This is a disease which follows those by night who cannot throw oft the thoughts of doily life They retire to think instead of to sleep and tho darkness and quietness of the night favors the thinking FORGING A NOTE The man Sam Evans who represented hiuisell OK by the name of Bone who is charged with having obtained money from tho Farmers Merchants Bank of Ilickinaii aud who was arrested by sheriff Uyasse of Hiekuian count is erunderCourt Sheriff Byasse found of tho mooey ou his person Ho cone into the r hank to a cfrtuiu if the cashier would trih a note with Guy Miles mill Geo Porter of Jordan as securities and being I infnTmlf afflrojatiirely he was provided witL ii bank noif to the und that ho uiatt unnitrrtheir signatures Sonictim itierwards hj+ rttturnod with tho volt vviihi their naytrson it and time note i w is i sued tinlist qnntlyi it was ti5er tairrd that the oamos halt beets forged H uco the arrest Wo learn that Evans l aU2lthlt he was not tho man hut 7t h t will bo positively identified by WJtaesws F S MOORS r ATTO RNJ Y A WTL 1 IIICIOIAA KENTUCKY i onhe partner ot Judge IL Ft RemlcyI111 Dr Dickens was nnnvoinably hinder x ed and could not be hero to preach ac cording to a notmcemlBnt last night tr but will be here next Thursday night I the 25th it at i4 ii rt F s- v i o i I THE JOY OF RElIGION J Dr Talmage Urges All to Try Its Uplifting Power Be Churnctrrlxra Ilrllslnn a Gods Daughter Sermon front the Text Her Way Are Ways or llcaaantiiea Copyright 1001 by Louis Klopsch X Y In this discourse Dr Talmage sets forth religion as uu exhilaration and urges all people to try its uplifting power text Proverbs n 17 Her ways arc ways of pleasantness- You have all heard of Gods only ofnCods daughter She was born in leaven She caste down over the hills of our world She had queenly step On her brow was celestial radiance Her voice was music Her name is Religion My text intro duces IltrhHcr ways arc ways of pleasantness and all her paths are jwaee nut what is religion The fact is that theologicalI study has had a different effect upon me from the effect sometimes produced EveryI c1 tear out another leaf from my theologyuntil I have only three or four leaves lefthi other word a very brief and plain statement of Christian belief An aged Christian minister said When I was a young man I knew everything When 1 got to he S years of age in my creed I had only a hundred doctrines of religion When I got to be GO years of age I had only 50 doctrines of religion When I not to be r3 years of ago I had only ten doctrines of religion and now I am dying at 73 years of ale and there is only one thing I know and that t4 that Christ Jesus carte Into the world to save sinners And so lhave noticed in the study of Rods word and in my contemplation of Ithe character of God and of the eternal world that it is necessary for me to drop this part of my belief and that part of my belief as being nonessen flal while I cling to the one great doe trine that man is a sinner and Christ is his Almighty and Divine Saviour Now I take these three or four leaves of my theology and I find that In the first place and dominant above all others is the sunshine of religion When I go into a room 1 have a pas sion for throwing open all the shut ters That is what I want to do this morning We arc apt to throw so much of the sepulchral into our re liglon and to close the shutters and to pull down the blinds that it is only through here and there a riCe tIta t- the light streams The religion of the Lord Jesus Christ isa religion of joy indescribable and unutterable Wherever I can find itbell I mean to ring it If there are any in this house this morning who are disposed to hold on to their melancholy and gloom let them depart this service before the fairest and the brightest and the most radiant being of all the universe conics in Gods Son has left our world but Gods daughter is here Give her room laughter rand make this mouse thy throneroom- In setting forth this idea the domi rant theory of religion is one of sun beginforrush upon my soul A mother saw her little child seated on the flour in the sunshine and with a spoon in her hand She saidu My darling what are you doing there Oh replied the child E am getting a spoonful of this sun shine Would God that today I might present you with a gleaming chalice of this glorious everlasting Gospel sunshine First of all I find a great deal of sunshine in Christian society I do mot know of anything more doleful than the companionship of the mere funmakers of the worldthe Thomas Hoods the Charles Lambs the Charles Mathewses of the world the men whose entire business it is to make sport They make others laugh hut if you will examine their auto biography or biography you will fund i that down in their soul there was a terrific disquietude Laughter is no tign of happiness The maniac laughs Time hyena laughs The loon among the Adirondacks laughs The drunkard dashing his decanter against the wall laughs There is a terrible reaction from all sinful amusement and sinful merri rent Such men are cross the next day They snap at you on exchange or they pass you not recognizing you societyforand so stupid My nature is voracious of joy I must have it I always walk on the sunny side of the street and for that reason I have 4 crossed over into Christian society I like their mode of repartee better 1 like their style of amusement better 3 Tky live longer Christian people i sometimes notice live on when by all natural law they ought to have died T have known persons who have con tinned in their existence when the doctor said they ought to have been dead ten years Every day of their existence was a defiance of the laws of anatomy and physiology but they head this supernatural vivacity of the Gospel in their soul and that kept them alive Put 10 or 12 Christian people in a Toom for Christian conversation and you will from eight to tenoclock licar more resounding glee see more bright strokes of wit and hail more thought and profound satisfaction than in any merely worldly party DSVv when I say a worldly party I mean that to which you are invited t because under all the circumstances 5 5ofthe case it is the best for you to t J V1Je invited and to whicl you go he 1c 4f cause under all circumstances of time ease it is better that you go and leaving the shawls on the second floor you go to the parlor to rice formal salutation to the host and the hostess and then move around spending the whole evening in the discus sion of the weather and in apologyI for treading on long trains and in effort to keep the corners of the mouth up to the sign of pleasure and going around with an idiotic hehe about nothing until the conation is served and then after tlic collation is served going hack into the parlor to resume the weather and then at the close going at a very late hour to the host and hostess and assuring them that you have had a most de lightful evening and then passing down off the front steps the slam of the door the only satisfaction of the evening 1 know there is a great deal of talk about the selfdenials of the Chris tian I have to tell you that where the Christ inn hns one selfdenial the man of the world has a thousand self dinialc The Christian is not commanded to surrender anything that is worth keeping Rut what does a man deny himself who de nies himself the religion of Christ He denies himself pardon for sin he denies himself peace of conscience he denies huuself the joy of the Holy Ghost he denies himself a comfort able death pillow he denies himself the glory of Heaven Do not talk to me about time selfdenial of the Christina life Where there is one in the Christian life there is a thousand in the life of tIlt worldulIlr ways are ways of pleasantness Again I find a great deal of re ligious sunshine in Christian and di vine explanation To a great many people life is an inexplicable tangle Things turn out differently front what was supposed There is a user less woman in perfect health There iis an industrious and consecrated woman a complete invalid Explain that There is a bad man with 0 000 of income There is a good man with sno of income Why is that There is a foe of society who lives on doing all tilt haulage he can to 75 years of age and here is a Christian father faithful in every department of life at ISS years of age taken awny by death his family left helpless Explain that Oh there is no sen tence that oftener drops from your lips than this ur cannot understand it I cannot understand it Wrll now religion comes in just at that point with its illumination and its explanation There is a business man who has lost his entire fortune The week before he lost his fort mimic toPPt11ntI after he lost his fortune all the carriages you could count on one linger The week before financial trouble began people all took off fJiir hats to him as he passed lonthe street The week his financial piospcct were undr discussion peo pU just touched their limits without arywise bending tIlt rim TIll week that he wns pronounced insolvent people just jolted their h ads as tin passed not tipping their limits at all and the week the shrift hun out all his friends wore OhllI in thetoret windows as they down past him 1 Tow while the world goes away from a man white his in financial distress the rHigion of Christ conies to him and says Von are sick aril your sickness is to be moral purifi cation you are bereaved God wanted in some way to take your famHy to Uealn amid He nitiKt begin somewhere and so He took the one that was most beautiful and was most ready to go I do not say that religion explains everything in this life but I do say it lays down certain principles which are grandly consolatory You know business men often telegraph in cipher The mer chant in San Francisco telegraphs to the merchant in Xew York certain information in cipher which no other man in that line of business can un derstand hut the merchant in Smut Francisco has the key to the cipher and the merchant in Now York has the key to the cipher and on that information transmitted tharenterprises involving hundreds of thousands of dollars Now the provi dences of life sometimes seem to be a senseless rigmarole a mysterious cipher but God has a key to that cipher and the Christian a key to that cipher and though he may hardly be able to spell out the mean ing he gets enoughof the meaning to understand that it is for the best Now is there not sunshine in that Is there not pleasure in that Far beyond laughter it is nearer the fountain of tears than boisterous demonstration Have you never cried for joy There arc tears which are eternal rapture in distillation There are hundreds of people who are walking day by day in the sublime satisfaction that all is for the best all things working together for good for their soul How a man can get along through this life without the explanation is to me a mystery What Is that child gone forever Are you never to get it back Is your property gone forever Have you no explanation no Christian ex planation and yet not a maniac But when you have the religion of Jesus Christ in your soul it explains everything so far as it is best for you to understand You look oft in life and your south is full of thanks giving to God that you are so much better off than you might be A man passed down the street without an shoes and said I have no shoes Isnt it a hardship that 1 have no shoes Other people have shoos until he saw a man who had no feet Then he learned a lesson You ought to thank God for what He does in stead of grumbling for what He does not God arranges all the weather In this world the spiritual weather iway i I the moral weather aa well a + time natural weather What kind of weather will it be todaysaid sonic one to a farmer The farmer rrpJiclhIt will be such weather as I like WhatI do you mein by that 1 asked the otJlrhWcllsaicl time farmer it will be such weather as pleased time Lord and what pleases the Lord pleases iiu Oh the sunshine the sunshine o Christian explanation Here is some one bending over the grave of the dead What iis going to be the consola tion The dowers you strew upon the tomb Oh no The1 services read at the grave Ohm no The chief cotisola tion on that grave iis what falls from the throne of God Sunshine glorious sunshine Resurrection sunshine Sometimes you wish you could make the tour of the whole earth going around as others have gone hut you have not time means You will make the tour yet during one musicalI pause in the eternal anthem I say these things for time comfort of those people who acre abridged iin their opportuni ties those people to whom lift is humdrum who toil and work and aspire after knowledge lint haw no time to get It and story If I hud the oppor tunities which other people haehovr I would fill my mind and soul with grand thoughts lie not discouraged my friends You Rim going to the uni versity yet Death will only matricu late you into the royal college of trio universe Pesides that we shall have all the pleasures of association We will go right up in the front of God without any fright All our sins gout there willi be nothing to be frightened about There our old Christina friends will troop around us lustI as now one of FloridatheFrance and you will not see him for a long while and after awhile you meet him and the hollows under the eyes are all filled and the appetite ha cone back and the crutch has bee thrown away and he is so changed you hardly know him You say Why I never sawyou look so well He says I ou1l1111 help but bo well I hav been sailing these rivers and climbing these mountains and thats how I go this elasticity I never was so well Oh my friends your departed loved ones are only away for their health in a Netter climate and when you meet theist theytrill be so changed null after awhile when you are assured that they are your friends your de parted friends you will say Why where is that cough Where is that paralysis Where is that pneumonia Where is that consumption Anti h vilstay Oh11m entirely well There are no sick ones in t his country 1I have been rouging these hills and hence this elasticity I have been here now 20 years and not one sick one have I seen We arc nil well in this climate i And then T stand at the gate ofJbe Celestial city to see time processions commie nut and I see a long iprocession of little children with their m is fun of flowers and thin I see a procession of kings and priests moving in Celes tial ptgeantrya long procession hut no black taeed vehifle no mourning group and 1 1say IHow strange it is Where is your Greenwood Whore iia your Laurel liiii Where iis your West minster abbey And they shall cry There art no graves here And then listen for the tolling of time old belfries of Heaven the old belfries of eternity I listen to hear then toll for the dead They only strike up a silvery chime tower to tower east gate to west gate as they ring out They shall hunger no more neither thirst any more neither shall time stiu light on them nor any heat for till Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall lead them to living fountain of water and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyesOh unglove your hand and hive it to me in congratulation on that scene I feel as if T could shout I will shout Dear Lord forgive me that I ever con plained about anything If all this is before miss who cares for anything but God and leaven utul eternal brotherhood Take the crape off the door bell Your loved ones are only away for their health in n mind ambrosial Come Lowell Mason come Isaac Watts Give us your best hymn about celestialWhat use of postponing our Heaven any longer Let it begin now and whosoever hath n harp let him thrum itand whosoever hath a trumpet let him blow it and whoso cr hath an organ let him give us a full diapason They crowd down the air spirits blessed moving in cavalcade of triumph Their chariot wheels whirl in the Sabbath sunlight They collie Halt armies of God Halt until we are ready to join the battalion of pleas tires that never die Oh my friends it would take a ser mon as long as eternity to tell the joys that opentimeye ciples of the world who have found the world a mockery Come in all ye disciples of the dance and see the bound gladnessComel ment and see the stage where kings are the actors and burning words the footlights and thrones the spectacular Arise ye dead in sin for this is the morning of resurrection The joys of Heaven submerge our soul I pull Out presencethererighthandBlest are the saints bclovfdof God bloodBrighter shineTheirsublime dayysoar away bearAnt1thereOhsun shine the everlasting sunshine JWhatJ yourbookkeeper Yeshis own wife has never learned 1 lag middle name Chicago Record iJ tj j k SALIQUE JEWrLRYII nf1or trial nrkrAuvlrnt note 1opulii rloil by th e Inn I IHUIU lon slowlybeenyears and the Paris exposition brrimitght1 it into I IioIumfexpense the work and the fact tnt it appeal to the artistic taste more than to the canons of elegance generally current promises to keep the fashion from be coming fatally common says the New York Sun Time Salique jewelry iis perhaps the finest example of this new work which is after allold for it works hack to the wonderful metal work of renaissance times mill makes the pre cious metals merely incidental The exhibition of Rene Saliques work the exposition was a revelation to the host woo haft known nothing about him This work has bats eagerly sought for in IKinope for years past but his prices are fabulous and hi1 tines no sell to dealers hut works only on spe vial orders which it may be his whim to accept so up to the present time his jewels have bern obtained only by royal personage or other illustrious patrons and their number is not very great Castellan in home has had a repu tation for workof the sunn general order as Snliques although he ha achieved nothing to equal the Saliquc jewels and a crowd of lesser lights have been following the same path with more or loss success Of course the ventral idea of this- jewelry is beauty and exclusiveness of design time ministers of the craft met whatf ever it may be with direct referent to time appearance and personality thissifstmggestivnand symbolic possibility Then again the jewel may he made merely to carry out a concept ion in tltt refe erence to the future owner Hare thttdesign requires their color but very often the semiprecious stones an sever the artistic requirements httt than the store costlyI jewels and all iced by preference without thought ofthtlOlllpllntitlntH put a crowns ransom of rubLes into an order and Salique thinks pink topa or lapis auli accords better with his design ruhiereMoonstones1 are particular favorites with Salique and with many of his followers because they lend them selves to symbolism and suugeRtion without detracting from the effect of the metal1 work and design One of the moat remarkable pieces of this rrt jewelry ever turned out was n comb in a design of bats flying thiohyijr the filtered light of moonstones American designers ire taking up The art jewel idea and a new era of extravagance in jewelry is evidently at hand Gorgeous tiaras and stun achers of diamonds will not do now MyI lady must haw specially designedi std cceutrie jewelry of which timer is no duplicate which hears the sig nature of a mastercraftsman SeveralI Iof the New York jewelers brought home quantities of signet1 jewels in unusual designs and have sold them rapidly One ring for- man a labeled The Heart of the Oak and signed by a famous French workman was a particularly good speci men although it hadnt a hint of a precious stone about it The ring was wrought in Fcmblance of bark and fore a strange satyrlike head that at first glummer looked merely like the gnarled knot On a Iliuib of a tree One Chicago woman has taken up this art jewel craft with immense suc cess and has orders so far in advance that she says it will be impossible for bier to promise anything before 1901 Trcmair for It IoprlrHi Sinn I have an aunt a dear old soul who does the most remarkable thins in the name of charity said a Phil adelphia Slit always has some starving family to attend to Slim would be quite at a loss without a starving family Sometimes I know she is dreadfully imposed upon but you couldnt convince her of that One lay last week sin came to me antI said Nephew have you an old pair of trousers you dont want What do you want a pair of trousers for I asked To give to a poor man who hasnt any legs she re plied It was all 1 could doto keep from laughing in her face but I controlled myself and said Why yes I can let you have an old pair of trousers and an old pair of shoes teo Even then the absurditj of it didnt strike her Oh you are so- wentgood she exclaimed Anti site away with the trousers and shoes for the poor man who didnt have any jegS Philadelphia Record Cats Fondness for a Hnliblt The tiniest of rabbits wandered into the yard of a Denver woman recently sod when the family cat a notable fighter bore down upon the little hunch of fur the onlookers expected to see it torn to pieces Not so how over Thomas looked it over smelled it over licked it over and then led it to a snug retreat behind the kitchen stove According to the cats mistress he taught the little creature to drink milk and even eat meat anti time two became inseparable But bunnie was evidently killed by kindness for he sickened and died since which time Thomas has hcen despondent and has shown little interest in his food Isis interest nt Heart lIeDarling would you like a little supper after the play SheYes dear but remember now I must insist for your sake that it doesnt cost more than 25HarptrmY Buzar ITHE RULE OF BOSS PLATT inflltn uudL of tits rtr Turk nr- Inhlllnn liiniv Ittllotn III lIIC to Invv For off Ions a time hail Thomtts Collier Platt ruled without influential opposition in the counsels of the re publican party in Vcw York city mind state that for many years past he has been accepted by allaH a few tthousand independents with repubI lican affiliations or Icniiings or long ings as the autocratic ruler of the party timing the remainder of his natural life The independents have once or twice started a revolt against his dominance lint without other revolts than to draw upon themselves still larger measures IIrhis scorn anti hatred They have Bern constant ltayetlielil him up to ridicule as one of small intellect and narrow inuIli Vfiice performing political antics be fore the country antiI highi heaven Put nil thin ensure and this ridicule notet drowned in the louder chorus of adulation by time faithful1 The truth iis that Thomas Collier Plaits intellect iis Riot mall and his intelligence is not narrow The most detractive thing that can he said orII him in his presumptuous rule nt stit Lilian iis that lit has n mercantile nd1indi with a fondness for mend grasp inormneci of or contempt for great principles of state HI health defraudij him of the higher education gust while still n youth ho took up with a met hodgthtlhnnkinJhe conducted lumber interests of his own in Michigan lint not to the neg lect of his political interests As a budding politician it was in litcWtgoin that part of New Yoi state where Roscoe Conkling needed ii trusty friend and ally He was elected in 1S72 and ret Ittted in 1S71 to congress Mr Conkling was then serving his first term in the senate In Washingtoni t 1 the two tnl1 formed an alliance offensive and defensive nrwhich they were to endeavor to eon trol the federal patronage for New York and also the state patronage All tthings went smoothly wit h themi till about 1Si0 when their enemies made an attempt to take control of the republican state convention and set up a new order of proceeding Mr Platt wns a delegate in that eon vent ion in which iit was for a tiny undecided on which side ihr majority was but so skillfulI was his mooing meat that he brought the majority over to him and was himself made he chairman of the convention i Conliliri r was indorsed the i1izIjI ttfTrTI1I umPtl Rrur hands niid the next winter the legis oIt1aSTi te was dictated by Iris friend and1 partner in politicsiut thru arose the qnarrcl between thorn and Presi dent Garfield over the patronage and lMiiif worsted in that quarrel thug both resitrncd from the senate The partnership bet wtn the two men ended when they failed in thou endeavors at Albany to be returned1 to tot seats they had haughtily va eaten Mr Conkling thenceforward cs hcwcd politics but Mr1 Plntt inn tinued tOt iny the game Ills talent for details enabled him soon to get control of time orguniation of his party and exercising that control lit managed to bring to his support sunny of the great corporations of he state mud all tthe corrupt infiu Miees of his own party and many of the corrupt influences of the oppos ing party in Xew York city Then he became tthe acknowledged boss of the Xew York republicans and one of less than half a dozen bosses of the republican party of the entire country In 1S07 he land himself elected to time Initcd Stales senate Since that tome he has been a terror nnd a harden to Mr McKinloy and his administration And now tthe supposed impossible has suddenly come to pass Mr Platt is defied at bout AVashington gad Albany and the whole country resounds with the announcement that the rule of Boss Platt iis ended lint Itthe boss is dead long live the boss some other politician of near ly the same stamp will arise to fill the place from which he lass been so suddenly hurled One cannot conceive of floe republican party with out its boss in the Kmpire state Chicago Chronicle Lawyer for the Trust In time appointment of Philander C Knox of Pittsburgh as attorney gen crud Mr McKiuley secures a lawyer of marked ability according to the testimony of all who knew him It must always be accounted something of a drawback however when the presi dent picks out as Vis law adviser u Ulan who has no public reputation in pref erence to one whom the people have come to know and respect It serums also rather unfortunate that when there are laws on the statute books against trusts the attorney general ship should be given to a lawyer who has been the adviser of great pro moters of Trusts This is nut to soy that Mr Knox may not prove impartial as well as able only that human na ture being what it is a man with his record hns to overcome a measire of rlistrust amt1 suspicion From this point of view the appointment of the Pittsburgher dues not maintain Mr McKinleys wellearned reputation for political shrewdness X Y Post It touches Mark Hanna in a ten der spot to be told that he spent SIOC 000 to defeat a candidate who urns not lefeated X Y World TAXING OURSELVES iratectinnltUnarlf1e J omcForrlKiuTin tin Iuur thlll uMItrifll V most philanthropic policy is this ourselves for theof onrsthis taxing benefit of time foreigner A time war once when the philanthropic charac ter of this policy could not be lImn onstratedI but that time is long since past Kxample after example can neW bo marshaled to prove our unselfish whoI interest in the poor foreigner Ilo illustrate will consent to use our goods this we will take the iron misttthere iis a movement on foot among1 tIlt more liberal republicans to open btrattstitit is in a trust A wellknown con tractor of New York Charles Iiullcu by name obtained a contract from till Russian jJIlIltnt to fiirrrsh rentstTransSiberian raiud Ile sought prices iron the FederalI Step com tnnPHilI I with freight liar to be julcid lImit prier sn tat a MrI ThnlleTi uas concerned was p i iiitie He went to the Carnegie SrlI company hilt could not get tIi l iPe shaved In- dfnair he went til IlYslund and Mll 11t his contract t all English firm That firm strut ti tia Initeil States for prices andnniirrii till phenom coal tiiires of 31 JIT tun deli civil in Knsia TIll ija wi closed mend t Ill rails old Iby the rugish firm to Mr ThiiHrn at r per ton dilmrcd in Uussia Mr ThnlM wax tliis en rttIahltllI I bring compelled to pay a Brith1h firm In horns of t11 per trti because he wax so unfortunate a II be an American tit iZlII Time question i est itsvlf to many ordinary mli how can these steel companies I to a foreigner tuttiAmerican and deliver them in Kussia to hoot There must hi something rotten in the state of Denmark vhn the home market is taxed to such an extent in order that the for eigner may buy at his own primer Or is it philanthropy V Yalt hotyever not alone in thisevtirk of relieving the foreigner Germav which Iwo adopt ed1 the American l i of tarn is en gragetito a great tnt in the same charitable busim- II err ItruppironJ von Sfumm have under the German thrift laws a monopoly of the armor platy iniius try The hold up that gimrnnciir for 3it per ton which is 111 more than the steel ompiii t s of tin InJt ed Stales art ate to get out uf I mile Snmii And make tIlt holdup more apparent it appears that Herr Krupp and Mr Hwrvy receive a roy alty of sso per ton on the liner icau manufactured1 plateI This prier h I pate trust todcompete iiitrT rnarT inIIpays the freight Oi account of th extortion the German rcichstag proposes either to remove tilt thrill or construct governnitMit works as time difference would amount tr till CIr mOil sum of 51atOt1a H in the eon st ruction of the proposcif new navy of the empire In time fare of many nth clfjtion strations of the workings of a tariff law that is out of date the great majority of time republican states men are dead against time Pnbcock bill to remove The tariff from iron and steel product Wonderful indeed art the workings of he human mind 01 Paul Giobe POINTED PARAGRAPHS Pierpom id organs grct rail way trust will doubtless rig its bslt to clear the track fur republican victory in ltmttit I TJ public ieulalln I rr on died f nring1 the abnmiojni r IIi American prin ciples by Aif i r It is ininois that an Au ra i v id ntslas davs should lit rhts 111 i ued Stt Louis Ilepahuirbetar 1 fiiii tlys the OHo election wrmni i hurt iocnl af fairs Very Santiit itt is unfortunate illllltl11I1f Mr Fmas party Wb so uniformly on th side that dirt not suit the peophrims uiu the rotimnrllin uenh ails TimesI unreeonnt rueted editor wants Oiiljj Gnessheytakes too Ihntwasmntcndetla piece of phrasemaking Xot ice the rhetorical swing and ofthlpresent adminis tration Cincinnatii Enquirer It is quite in keeping with thepoli of the majorthatvomit enmpla tion for the corruption of Aguinaldo It is of frmietircltinleyhrtsuch a thing as honor and patriotism except fur bargain counter mrMchhntol111I1glplnineltttJ antito1 whichheas criminalI Johnstown Democrat What a transformation scenethreebrought aboutI hree didtheexecrate their tyrannvand oppression and especially withwhat consuming deUUHUl Vutcher1 FylerYI of tionofJ ch1residenrJ notlI11 1 isextermuna ivjy vc see thloI reconenttadoapplied in one of tlmrP1uilippine isrnds hn tyuuchJgovernmentcmoun 1 gUi Ic- i V v I I t lj FOR PLANTING PEAS Device thlch1r ent + tin 1cnn from ScMtUTliitr und Itiln aiut- Uuuutltr in Kuvli lUll The tlifarmct planpease peas from scattering and puts the tame quantity in the hill It consists of u square box a 3 inches square on the outside and 1 niches insidei ami thrttctuartelS being inches wide and two 1 inches wide throngthec HOMEMADE PEA DHOllEK bottom The hopper hur peas ii is made of leather or tin andof any size to suit hat a convenient size is out that will hold about one quart The piston rod b is ls inches square toI tit inside the box a and a onehalf Inch hardwood pin d is made to serve us a handle At c is a half i11eh pin extending through the slot g which is onehalf by three inches This ii is placed 12 inches from the bottom and when the piston b is raised it brings the notch f just opposite the hole at the bottom of the hopper This notch- is about threequarters inch deep a11 is made to hold measure and convey the from I groutbeneathu Kiiit the number of peas wanted To work the planter put the ma plmtiutbtart takes the peas down to the bevel on titinside of the box and drops then on the ground Orange Judd Farmer A WORD OF CAUTION TlilnW Twice Htrure You uhXcrr and HeuitrKnlilf Ilniit trout n A r trIMuch good money is wasted every year in thin purchase of nursery stock that is tit greatest wonder of the age People keep rri buying this sor of things and probably will continue to do so Sumo enterprising man out of a job perhaps or possibly because there is money to bf made at it ar ranges with some grower of nursery t stuck to fill his orders with the cheap est sort of seedling apple trees The ngent starts out and names ithth everbearing pumpkin apple Trees are sold for 50 cents or 1 each and the purchaser plants the over bearing pumpkin apple tree watches it f losely for four or six years and a last there are a few blossoms What delicious pumpkin apples will be I his When fall arrives and a few sour apples are all that nit secured there is considerable disappointment bu usually further hopes for future de velopmentl If plain reliable trees of Missouri Pippin Dor Davis Winesap Jonathan Arkansas HJack Maiden Blush or any other standard varieties I had been planted good fruit would have been secured instead of nothing This is hutm illustration The prin ciple holds good in the purchase of 1 of sort Pur seeds lUll plants every chasing seeds and plants frotH wOlIII known nurserymen mill seedsmen is the best and safest pa Expectations of a great deal for nothing or of Securing something unisrally profitable will not be realized Fruits are men tioned particularly because of the frequency of deception iu trllsc1lin and of the ease with vhich profitable thrifty reliable nursery stock may be secured National JUiral ORCHARD AND GARDEN rafting may be done even if the trees are in bloom provided the scions are dormant Well shaken when taken applies with full force to spraying with fungi cides anti iinsecticides Dont be afraid of the Fan Jose scale that wont hurt you Rat fight shyof the louse that builds the scale Hill up around young apple and fo peach trees not to keep the borers out but so that if they get in you can reidily dig them out Mind you dont use crude petrok tint on a tree except when t lie buds are dill mant if you do you will kill the tree After the buds begin to swell is too lute Cooline Butter III n iirlns The following suggestions may be helpful if they are ever needed IIf wcilthereJ butter may be kept cool and palatable by being hung in the water Put it bowl and stand this first in n jar or iu a tightly covered pail If the spring sticktacross the top and with a stout cord MillSastrncan be treated the amt Bold a water melon never tuE es ye well as wlien J oolul in thti t1aterI4- h TREES ON HIGHWAYS Sonic SUUUIlIt for lItntir sr To ether IIlutuljtreesforpublic highways but the only thing in iev teems toI have been the selection of trees that would make a cool refreshing boy er during the summer months and1 that would be beautiful to hlulatfront a distance lcneath a dens growth of limbs ami I ranches ue have a shade that is 1 1 arcbeastgrowths 0 prolongs the sleighing during winter and a merry spin is enjoyed ever the unmelted snow That is all very pleasant but let us taste a little of the bitter with thei sweet After each shower and storm the bower of shade prevents the wind and sun froth drying the road there under and we and our ucasts have to contend with mud mud mud In the spring when the shadclcss parts of the highways have been thawed trod winterdelightthe blacksmith must he employed to sharpen up the horses just to ge deepdensej beauty delight during sunshiny weather but in dark stormy night h tle pleasantness has vanished iu a darkness that LRyptiawgo ant at a rte faster than a walk would be almost suicidal Trees when crowded usually lose their lower limb by dyiugI un3mIusers of theI highways during windy weather pass indcr thicklyplanted trees on pins Iud needles with the expectation of hli1l i struck by some dead or weakened branch Fruit trees have been suggested to tape the place of maple ash elm etc but there is an irnJItIfcctioll in the scheme Owner+ are afraid to risk their stock of fruit on such trees it would be taken for public property by the nearby villagers or by roughs of questionable character In planting ttrees on highways these points should be kept in view I I To improve the general appearance of the property on which they are located Specimendi developfugwhile the tree is developing keep the Ilelwr1 limbs high enough above the road to allow a load of hay to pass tlet the trees take the course that na ture intended do nothhtud in or cheek growth in any plate where it is not necessary 5 establish a sod about every trlIa little grass seed raked in once or twice a year usually accomplishes this G select native trees iif possiblythey are more sure to grow stand changes of weather and are nut affected as would be a collec tion of exotic kinds 7 study the I theIi y rsoil give theta what they want most desirable shade trees grow on various kinds of soil but the results are not al ttrays satisfactory S evergreen trees should not be used fur street planting as nature intended that they should in most cases be grown in places where they can retain their low branch + 0 along narrow roads tallslim growing trees should be chosen as they tend to make the road appear wider 10 select durable trees From carefully prepared notes I find that basswoods butternuts silver maples chestnuts whitewoods horse chestnuts and willows are apt to be Fert ris in Country Gentleman FOR WEANING CALVES xtSliipl Contrivance lxcd by Him fur Several Season I took a calf from its mother at six weeks old J fed it fur six weeks and then tethered it in my dooryard for a mouth or snore Then 1 put it with the cows in the pasture and it went to its mother and begin sucking as if itIhad never been separated from her an hour J tried all the calf wcaners I Ihad over heardofilu my young heif er sot the best of all of them To make a lung story short II made a calf wean er myself as follows Take a strap one much wide and let CALF WKANER it fit loosely on its nose Rivet the ends together Then take a hickory stick one foot long one inch wide and one fourth inch thick Take a strap one half inch wide und put some tacks in it and rivet strap lit hickory stick heads down points up 1 put this on the calfs nose with two light straps buckled behind its horns and turned it into the pasture with the cows It went straight to its mother but when it went for still a more astonished cow or calf J never saw The calf lan graze just as well with it units nose as without and it dues no injury to the cdfI W Allaire iu Agricultural pitomist Get the sprayer at work at once Fur fungi and peach earl use Uordcuux mixture for insect pests use Paris green For San Jose scale and other scale lice use crude petroleum that tests above 4 degrees Select a clear day fur petroleum spray Go over the fruit trees once before the leaves show once after the fruit sets and once or twice afterwards from three tv four weeks apart Farm JourtteL MERCt1ILKSSLY SCORED Society Matrons Taken to Task for Encouraging Use of Cigarettes IUhlUillll llofiire Xev York AV C T t vcipitutetl by uu 11Ihltut nt MldorYAMittrIa 1Iltle 1Ctrl Iu ex the cais 0The millionaire matrons of society who aid and tort their daughters iu eiicorraging young men in the use of cigars tooltcigarettes received small quarters the other dayat the hands of the Demurest uuionites and the women of New Yorks Four Hun deed who themselves smoke cigar ettes were pitilessly arraigned by this uncompromising total branch of the- Y C T1 L Miss Ellen Miles precipitated the- discussion by addu sing the chair as foli Lust Friday erting between 11 and 1 oclock 1sou1 a beautiful child who might pane been 12 years old old who uas certainly not more than 14 holding in her hands a large tray iiion which were spread all kinds of cijrar cigaivtes anti every known article of a mans nmkiiig outfit And this child tossing her curls front out her eyes uas beting every young man and every old man she saw to buy the 1 bst smoke that ever they hail Vhcr uas this young girl On the streets No in the WaldorfAs toria in a baaar held iu aid of the Womens College Aid association by some of tIll most prominent society women of the town I tell you to strike at Ihe root of the cigar evil we nerd to begin with the mothers of the Four Hun dredmore thin with those of Hells KiJchenISev Ihoebe A Ihinaford who presided asserted1 1 that the practice of drinking and smoking among the women of New forks best society was coming to be a widespread evil iif only the women of the Four Hundred will let alone the social glass and the cigarettedeclarcd Mrs Hlaiiaford we shall have no trouble with the women of the other half HOTEL FOR WORKING GIRLS Dr PenIn float u 1111111 In tlie Old StIauee Hotel nultding nl Itotton Transformed into a hotel for work ing fjirls in whirh every young worn an wit be left to conduct herself ar I le would1 in the pure and wholcMom atmosphere of her own hums the hi New Kngland Conservatory of Musk1 i bnildiig in Franklin square will be a unique institution in Ioston after the con eratory is moved to theI ltiill Mig in the Itaek lliy TJe si ruetine Rail originally the St lames hotel but it was too far up town to be a Mieress It has tOU rooms Kev Dr George IK Ierrin of the Everyday church conceived the islet of buying the property and operating a hotel1 ior working women Kestrie lions usual in such places conducted hy 1OntllnorgyIliaIionsare11111 part of his pisii TheI Conduct of the giri ill te left lo their own good rout mutt sense as it would be at their hollies Dr IVrrin raid Tlr young women themselves v ill vote on IItjustioiis pertaining tilt he oernniiit ill the house and their vote v ill I be lau mi all questions A lying Ipuhlicof onivI women iis jnst v hat it will be le will tie u auditorium for private theai ricals und there v iIIIt1 ncinjr hall I IttI lieve in ths forms o allurement Many protiiintnt pirsons irate com lo the vipNtrt of Dr IVrrin anal the S iliOC0 iKicicd fur his plan iis i rtiJ JUUCIT UIPOKT s Cincinnati April 1t- CAITlECommon 3 uO rr1 15 Kxtra butchers 5 00 M 10 OAJVKSKxrraJ u Iii IIOUSSclettihippctw G 1 fa G MixedI packers IIi N n ti 11- SliKKI1 Kxttti 4 a1 1t0I hAMI US Spring a 00 i 111i J FLOriJ JI Spring pat a 70 I 4 i0 W11KAT No 2 red Ga 74 COKXNo U mixed a JjIo1IsNu t2 mixed ftr IY 1 1u 55 w 1 HAY+ hoice tirnuthyrr H Ml POltKFuuily 014 i7 hAKD Steam i S w- 1HrrglC1 dairy jw 14 Choiee creamerv rd 2I AIMIKS Chto fancy 30 il 7- POTATOKS IVr hlf 1 JO M 1 511 TOMACCO New S 01 fuH jj Old U Ji nM 00 Cbicn- i01111iti patent S1 n ll1IEATred in = in 7 No t rid GJ o i11 Y- OINo ni4t1 iOATS No LYIn 2- JIt1Eo 1 t il 5 IOlth11ces 14 1 Qt JI 4t- 1IAUIStrain S 7 S 40 0urkFLOUIi Will patent 3 GO u 1 00 WilKAT No ted iLl9COUN No Y mixedi 4V ftl 10 OATS No Jiiieit ft i1 M JlYK r i iI 1OKK Family 1010 017 00 LAUD Steam S 71 ttSj SO Itiiltlmorc- WHKATNO mi 7Gii 7Gty Southern 7- COKN 2 fit 7S No 2 mixed ncl 4Gs OArt1 V mixed V fll t2 CATTLK ISutchers 4 SI 1Ij 23 11OCS Western GJO iti G GO IOUlBVlllC FlOrJlFamilv S- OWllKAT 0 3 No y red 71 ifu 71- 1COItNMixed new il 4G 8lPOlthlcss1A1JD Steam j1 S 50 luilinitupoliii W1I lLVr Xo 2 red i 7t COKN No 2 mixed Gt 4- 3U1u 2 mixed M n DAN GROSVENOR SAYS I i Peruvia is an Excellent Spring Catarrh i Ramadyfi am as Well9 as Ever HOX 1 AX A lUOSVEXOK 07 Tin FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY ton Dan A Grosvenor Deputy Auditor fur the War Department in a letter written from Washington D C says Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from one bottle of Peruna One weep leas brought wonderful changes and I am now ss well as ever BesiJzi being one of the very best spring tonics it is an excellent catarrh remedy Very respectfully Dan A Grosvcnor n to of all in nil bowel troubles bll iu1SS bud breath Bad wind CUviE taoutltheadaclteladii oil the Htouiacli bloatedestionpimples- pains foal after eatln liver trouble sallow compleXion ami dizzluc w L lien your bowel doaH Move rccvlarly art getting tick kills more people than all other diseases together ts a starter for the chronic ailments and lone of uffcriiig that come mmater what alls you start tailing yon will never get well and be well all tho time until you put your bowels right Take our advice start with CASCAKETS today under an absolute antee cure isoncy cs V K Vfccn s tire func turci It c ntriiy t whit you want is tire that you can repair anywhere Its made detachable to you csn get the flt tube dapply patch exactly on the jl puccturo spot NoI that kindof repair For scorcher its the only tire QJTIRE tafauftlis lad I RTOIL ssallteryeast Watrrrolor YCrajom WrlKforparllcn taught by tat1 1l itLtVl6I WllauicTtumluUC C scat II rou LOOK AIMTPAOe FREE CO DO TON MASS 41 fleet SyrsR IIse- la Eotd n Ron Tltn Williams County Com missioner of 517 Wtsj Second street Uiiluti Miin says1hi following ju regard Icruna As a ret edy for ca tarrh 1 can cheerfully t runt I know what it is to suffer front that terrible disease and I feel that it is my duty speak a good word for tho tonic that brought me immediate re Itif IVruna cured me of a had cast of catarrh and I it will cure any other sufferer front that disease Miss Manic L Guild President Yonnf Peoples Christian Tem perance Union in a recent letter from Chicago 111 says I doubt Peruna has a rival in sit the remedies today for catarrh of the system A remedy that will cure catarrh of the stomach will cure the same condition of the mucous membrane anywhere have found it the best I have ever tried for catarrh and believing it worthy my endorsement I gladly accord it Mrs tanner Flciiiin orator of Reservoir Council No IGs Northwest em Legion of Honor of Minneapolis Minn writes from 2ji Poll street N1 I have been troubled all my lift withca tarrh TIIV head 1 took Ierlina fo- rabout three mouths au1 now think n m p c r iu aInently c u r e I believe that fur catarrh in all its forms Penma is tIllImedicine of the age It cures when all other remedies fail Ican heartily recommend 11 ruua sa catarrh remedy The sprint is the time to troat ca tarrh fold wet winter cather oftenI retards a cure of catarrh If a tour f Ieruna is taken during the early lor n months the cure will be lrumpt- I tutu crmaiicnt There can be no tail u res if Periuni is taken intellf e tly 4 luring tin favorable weather of springs systemic catarrh remedy lrruna eradicates catarrh front the system wherever it may be located It cures catarrh of the stomach or bowels with tit same certainty as catarrh of the head If you do not derive prompt anil satisfactory results froth the use oftPcruna write at once to Dr llartnmn jiving a full statement of your casf and he will be pleased give you hix valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 1 Ohio i It POOR LITTLE JOHNNY AND HIS TUMMY 1 Small boys and many times large and occasionally girls big and little sufferf terribly from convulsive pains or cramps in the bowels and stomach pain so that it doubles up the i ones attacked and makes impossible for them to standup Some people call it colic but most honest plainspckcn people call it bellyache and very properly fer the of the trouble is in the bowels and caused by the violent efforts of the bowels to rid thcinselvcs cf something which doesnt belong there The small boy usually I gets it from overeatingor from eating forbidden fruit and suffers mostly in the summer time t- Its spring now andlin times of peace prepare for war Let the boys and girls and the big t III j happen The way to mate the Body ache rQf is use LA3LAK J d gentle sweet CASCARETS the perfect system cleaners and bowel strengtheners For fear that trarantff family shovld ever be attacked by bellyache keep a bos CASCARETS the hcusew always and rcmcmSer that pains and troubles your inside are QUICKLY CURED BY 9- IY P JUIVER TONIC C Q is t all NEVER BULKTMpendlcltl blood bowels yon Constipation Ityear afterwards guar to or refunded rWHv r 1fOMd LfrothThutfcrq i a TbstithcGJ at a I uncertainty about a or comfcrtteeker 1 COMPANY A y to i know i nois remedy I I I 1 I i I I to I I ones too i I I t 1 I y TOCIIBS Flyeyears the gran ba- zsg GUARANTEED ETa was sold lWew It Is eVer six atluloa bakes a year aarl- edlelaelmllur la the world This I proof of antviiimoney refended6oDaytedartwoliYcNzchgivetheta I- rjeaaarenot Ii born and tile epty MS to us ItT matt or llberigtst Ire fwhomyoa parcllaeed It and get your aieay tmck for both bozo Take ear advice ao natterwhat afi yea tartco day Health will quickly follow and yea will bless the aar s- FullfntstartedtheaseofCASCAKI1 Book free byjaall lililrcw bTEKUKQ BEXEDI CO NEW YORK or CH1UG8 i rWHY itt SOAKED f tOWlfeNI ThRBpJ SLICEway airN- ARDCST HOK STORMf fOR ttAlltlfYNeClf It11TATIOMJt CATALOGUES MATSSi10WINGAJTOMifER osih food ua by tag recoxunieml to Illi if recommended I in The violent sbolate With rlit to tell our Poultry Mixture tralsh6 salary er week and expenses 70srs contract weekly pay Addrcu with elatuu KUUKKA MlU CO Dept u Mast Bb Louis IIU I IDcert for ToDay about it if you have Burnhuins Hasty Jell con in the necessary to dissolve in hot vatertnd 1 stand away to cool to secure the most deli cious jelly Absolutely pure gelatine sugar rand fruit flavors Flavors Lemon orangeitiI i raspberry strawberry Rill cherry peach also unflavored calfsfoot for Acne andI I coffee jelly Your grocer sells it I lIIESISI lief and PYS1Tlr6II PilES fT C1TKES FI1I3Nor free AEII nample sadrcra Tntr- tsu CJQJIqJ ltaw Y ant A N KE 1861 i WREN WKfTIXO Te AHOLSTISILIHS please state that ysu saw the AtlYena tNil la this gag+ irr t r i A X 1 u A A A A 1rll 1 Building rf Material t I if I lUMII IIDoorsjI and Builders and Windows Paints Cement Hardware Shingles Oils etc CI j 1 ESTIXAlESii Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc 1 1 j1LPWS J2Ji Y Yv a t CARUTHERSBAKERY CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AN- DCONFECTIONERIES i CLINTON STREEIII itoKMx KEN rTOKY Telephone Number JII MARRIED On the Iron Bridge near Hickuiai Monday April 15th Mr Clarence Rob byRevThe marriage was surprise to all the relatives and friends Peace love hap piness and prosperity attend them thrl life CONGRESSMAN WHEELER In an authorized interview Congress man Chas K Wheeler says I shall be a candidate for Congress no more I am not under any promise or pledge not to run if I desire to but representing the district in congress with a strenuous campaign every two luxuryMyJudge Cantrill Mr Smith and Gov Me Creary are ablecapable gentlemen and t if either beat me I shall think the judg ment of the peoples representative is better than my vanity may have led me to believe t prospectsforare very bright indeed In my opinion we shall have at least eightyfive mom bers of the general assembly and probably more I have watched closely tin nominations in all the counties and 1 think they are excellent and auger suc cess 600 MILES AN HOUR From Nashville American During the past week Dr Vdolph Urodbeck of the University of Nash ville in a lecture delivered in the chap cl of that institution made public the principles of his invention the air car His ideas tend to revolutionize the prey tntsystem locomotion He proposes to increase the speed of rapid transit from the GO miles an hour of the present to COO miles an hour Dr Brodlecks car is to ride upon the very wings of the wind being held to its course by a track on the under side of which its wheels when in full speed are running lightly It is driven by propellers run by electricity It is designed to be a cig shaped carriage surrounded by a horioutol plane or shield tha carriage correspond ing to the body of a bird the shield an swering to some extent to the wings Dr Brodbcck claims for 1 Us invent ion a combination of the advantages oft lboth aerial and ordinary transportation without the drawbacks of either From s eightshe claims his machine will achieve cA BOGUS CORPSE x Coffin Containing only EartL Three Men Arrested and Charged With Big u Fraud From New Madrid Record I Dr Harry OKelly a practicing ply I Biuianof Portageville and A T Smock a drug clerk of the same town were in New Madrid Thursday under arrest made by Sheriff S B Stone to answer to a warrant issued by magistrate Joel Cook upon the affidavit of the prose cuting Attorney Murray Philips charg t ing them with intent to feloniously t cheat and defraud and to unlawfully obtain 3000 from the order of Modern Woodmen of America The circumstances and nature of the fraud charged in the warrant are A M Reed a member of the Woodmen order has been absent from the town for some time and he was reported as having died of small pox in a tent be low Portagneville over the Pemiscot county line and on Friday night of last l week his supposed corpse was bnned Two farmers George McFadden and l Dave Diocher having noted the unusual burial proceedings their suspicions led to action and and the coffin was ex humed and was found to be filled with earth instead of the body of Reed rE I tar A At 3r ry t J J iDUIAITN 11N Mill INSURANCE ACTS OFFICE AT F M BANK COUGH MEDICINES COliDClJit 1 01111115011114L CIIIIJIJrI10NIU ALL KINDS AT Cowgill Sf CowgillsI DRUG STORE Killed Because She- Refused to Marry Pickuey yule IllApril HMiss Ger trude Check age 1C daughter of William Cheek a farmer living eight miles north of this place was murdered Fri day night by Martin Ritter a carpenter He had urged the girl to marry him and she refused This so enraged him that he struck her a number ot blows on the head with a hammer She lived but a short time after she was found Ritter has so far ovaded arre- stjTlo new Enterprise Cooking Stove the best Cooking Stove made Call and see it at R B BREVAHDS LEFT THOUSANDS TOHER PET DOG New York April 15 Miss Ellen A Grilliu who was at one time prominent in social circles in this city and who has for years been living the life of a re cluse in her will which was made public after her death last week left her black and tan dog Dandy Jim and Her canary 810000 for their maintenance Miss Griffin was worth 150000 at the time of her death Her will was carefully drawn by a lawyer The rest of her property she left to nieces in Santa Barbara Cal CONGRESSa The mention of Crossland is sufficient to say nothing ot S H As for ns wo mince no words we are for S H to the finish and if we are not terribly mis taken as to old Graves her majority will assume such proportions the elect ion officers will still be engaged when the other counties are completed and tiled awn Give us a crackerjack we want to go against the right thing with our Derby candidate Name your distance stake rind character of race steeple chase not barrel Mayfield Messenger GOLD IN THE ROAD Thompson Township Fulton county Pa is said to have the most valuable roads in the United States The roads have been macadamized with tOilS and tons of mineral rock and nearly the whole country is ablaze with excite ment ovei the discovery that some of this rock assays z460 to the ton in gold and silver Joseph H Covalt says ho picked up at random on the roads a lot of speci mens and sent them to an assayer whose report showed from 175 to S460 per ton in gold Thousands 01 acres of land in the township have been leased by the capitalists who hope to tind gold mines The Host Remedy for Rheumatism QUICKJ RELIEF FKOM 1AIJC All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoulder I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Chamberlains Pain Balm They recommend it so highly that I bought a bottle I was soon relieved of all pain I have since recommended this linimout to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy for mus cular rheumatism in the market For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickuiah and A AI Shaw State Line Ky CHARLIE KINUMANS BUT Albert T ingman the seventeenyear old son of C B Kingman a railway mail clerk living on Fourth avenue Dayton Ky influenced by a false pride lac left the State University at Lexing ton and is now supposed to be en route to South America The boys parents received a letter from him a few days since dated March 28 at New Orleans He states that be cause of an anticipated failure in his examinations he had left the university with tho intention of earning enough money to recoup his father for the amount spent at school His father when seen last night stated that Albert had fallen behind in his classes on ac count of having been seized with attack of the grip which had kept him out of school for three weeks The boy is pos sessed of a frail constitution and unable to keep up all the branches presented in the course of study This weighed up on his mind and being of a highstrung sensitive disposition he conld not mus ter up courage to return home This is Kingmans first year in college He was graduated from the Dayton High School last year with honors and was a leader of his class He left Lexington on March 10 the day before examination after he had drawn his tuition fees amounting to Sr33 3 WHY MEN DO NOT I ATTENDI Kansas City World It is oasy toj rind reasons whso many mimeo absent themselves from church bnt it is u hard task to remove the e difficulties Unquestionably the chief reason iis in difference to religion and moutH nli sorption in business and secnlar matIters The majority of business and professIOnalmen arc satuatcd with seeular affairs and hence they have no relish for the worship of Gal and conductedAnother I absent themselves from church is that the continental Sunday which iis nothing more than a cOIl1 lOn holiday I is gaining ground in our country The mammoth Sunday newspaoers Sunday i theatrical performances Sunday con i certs Sunday baseball games and nfII day social festivities have destroyed tho sanctity of tho Sabbath and haw made multitudes of men and women lose all reverence for the church and public worship Time fourth command ment is more flagrantly violated than any other in tho decalogue anti it is doingmorctlumof our churches on EEReevesOo and a Roller B iigand h1 Ipturent youwelf VMfii a bnirgy ns lor iis tuteoJami fur7rdl ln r Plowni CjrnieklahtliPBinler13tudcI t oarhreaht ll- KyWonetrgiuthou PAIlrTSI 1 j r ATJ fTi r Ii A large shipment of Ready Mixed Paints Oils Turpentine1 Varnishes Stains Paint Brushes Whitewash1 Biushl btJT T SWAYNE druggist If yen need anything in this line let lhim make you prices before buying OMEUPSTRSWi Having 1 leased my dry goods store tot Ro per Bros I have imoved my tockup stairs over the grocery room opposite Dr Davidsons Dental parlor where I will continue to sell at cost all the lremainder of my goods Please call if you want anything in this line very cheap H BUCHANAN u peeialtyii Dry Goods3 I ROPER BROS ii Eoper Bros f make a specialty of upto ate i Goods iin Stylesl Quality andl Prices S vo quote nof prices but invite you to call and examine and we challenge competition1 in thisi 1tany other retail s market At tile Bucliaaian Old Standi Hicki waneS fI vi LEDFi IB tc 4 l t BJLBDLE- Groceries E 1 9 Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and1 Cement 110II We carry ever thillg usually found iin a firstclass Grocery and pains will be snared to please customers Our motto is rt ustI Clinton Street Tel hone G Goods Delivered pSince its a fact that Roper Bros keep the latest styles in Shoes no doubt that you would be more than justified in caretully examining their Stock and Prices bCf purchasing your new pair for Spring Horses and Rules Sale Cash or on time JO tfARNES I 5JiC l I N xu Gall get yon Hn l i gt of 15131 ilur gEr tr Dry our Promptly for toiildnl Have Stood It f I IJob Itching Piles Theyre terribly annoying but Cucklens Arnica I Salvo will euro tho worst case of piles on earth It has cured thousands For I Injuries Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the best salvo in the world Price 25 a box Curo guaranteed Sold by Cow agiI1C Cowgill 4 HORNBEAK TOPICS I HOn BFK TESX April 1301 jI Editor Courier II Rev P Y Blackwoll and wife of Tiptonville were the quests of Mrs i i i nightMr Miss I j I Nora went to Obion shopping this W ekMr j Joe Lee has returned home from MiwisippiMr PortaguevilleMo i Miss Carrie Moses returned home Saturday utter au extended visit to Mrs R Hicks of Fhiley Mrs W II Grishnni iis visiting in Ca rnthcrsville Mrs 1 C this weokII Inlie made a flying trip to Palestine Friday I t Misses CilHu Begird and Boonin Ma loaey of Obiou visited friends hero Just Sunday Rvl 11 Williams and wife went to Obion shopping this week lha new Methodist church brae is ne trfy completed and is au ornament to I I the town Quite a uutnber visited theII church Sunday afternoon An promptu collection was taken up them mey to be used for the insride finish lag Thn LuliesI Aid bought the ot and helped a great deal on the building MADAM Gitrxnv them do you good 0 f I s IJ A i r x- r r =M tNew the i in Mire The spring the a of joy and renders of r1 Jthe man v Artistic of 1001 and t The priies hear the iare that will I in our rz9ezw sr U y FOR t 2 v JR0 l t t 1cT OAK I FHO JL 1 i1i r y r 1 t dL rtLt 0 TilE LATEST I Are shown in the t Mairaziws now on Ye Sheetsl free WILSONS Buns STOUT i11i 12 i I I j 1J Ilickmans need of a Hrsielatis Tinnery w have secnr ja the frIof ir C ID Kellar a practical who comes to us reeom and have a Tin Shop upstairs over our Store in the old Con rier office Wo have it with latest and mot Tools I now to do any Work required I in this line in a I and at Prices I I Hoofing and Heavy iron Work Work Assortment Work Coruico Worlr Work SJato Roofing Furnace Work Stove Work Swam Table Work Etc Consult ns before your work done Wo are for and solicit your work l P c W S 0 E f d TlNG1 MA RY and Tile best lowest prices amideasy Also as sortment of than any other kind and gave e Mr C E Smith the thor competent and is now with HoB Brevard Roofing and and all kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B BunVAiin Rest Blood Purifier IIlIe is constantly being purified by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep andIIains Stomach and Liver Tablets one dose of will more than a bottle of tl b st blood purifier Price 2o cents Sam les free at Cow gill Cowgillti mckmau or A M Shaws State Line lvy I r rrItl r l J 11 Pittsburgand Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID ON SLIVERY ALL GRADES OF STEAM Alex Paris Son New Th ngsI7 tifdaSpring Ideas for Home Furnishings are shown plenty houseeleamiingthet twish to make how place beauty to6ethertSpecialalld Spring Styles Designs will closest scrutiny for they lowest making values appeal to youthat will tJstrongly eiuphasied spring offeringHrJ- t OAK SUITS GOOD FINISH 1600 1200 4 J ON rt GOOD COTTON MATTKESSES KiOM 150 to 350 yF UJCKEIIS 185c to 18001 THJyfoo f1 pumhslYIJE5I display give Fashion OlaDI Recognizing Tiuiur highly uiemlert opened Improved stocked and theI prepared FirstClass Manner Reasonable l1ctallYGuttering Planised Copper wRange Pump Gasoline having ready business ELLISON EAKER HARV HIN IPiano Binders Mowers Rakes terms general Family Groceries HarvestingCounty perfect exumineC fiance Ifarc tinier oughly skilled as- t puri FOR COALS Ilrarrie i Nation in he sphere may bo a terror to saloon men in Kansas bnt INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD as it becomes known as a preventative and cure for Hog Cholera Ii5 fast attracting the attention of the Jatiot and all that is necessary to convince thoso who are in doubtasto its merits is 5o Visit some or our customers and they will tell you that from their experience with to for Cattle Horses Hogs Sheep Calves and Colts it is beyond dispute the best STOCK FOOD ever brought to J1ieEma9 NO RESULTS NO PAY It is sold on a positive guarantee by J A MCCLURE f 51G Troy Ave Hickman Ky X Orders Left a- tShaws 75 Dept Store s will receive prompt attention i j 1 F a i