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specIal weaves have never boon an 9 1 A 1 I1Oa ofc1 t t great interest to those wanting Black i I t These goods are sold everywhere as SIlksII I I gains at 8125 a yard1 1lll price a t I 8100 M We callespecial attention to our line of j i f f i Fancy Silks for Waists in all colors and1 R +r r good values Prices a yard 50e to 100 I THE WASH GOODS Department offers i Ii i inducements that will command attention I r t Ginghanlsin ii of pricesPercales I I as low as the lowestG I J KStylesi I I I i I ns c 1 simplyl 1 f I I bewildering in beauty and variety i i iI StylesAlways i 1 ilfOlI Talvest i ii than any place in the eityEO I i U n a Dont You r ffi i FindAfter house cleaning that the old I j I Carpet will not lot1111t a now pair of Lace i i I Curtains are 1ne1ee sityT have excepll- IOit 01 ij Ctl1CU ij ful I inspection before placing yourI ordersIelsewhereI i fi i t fjj PEG A L ATTENTION J Has been paid to our line of whiche1c m this season will be as popular as those in 3 i i Straw even in the midsummer c t A Has been paid to our line of MensIj Clothing running our stock up into prices j i and values not hitherto seen in Hickman ii selected from thousands of attractive de signs and from firms whose reputations are For Iheir Fit Has been paid to our line of MENTS SHOESAnything in any kind of Stock Shape or Toe Additions Daily RIGHTSHAWS P sg a ft 1 M flGj d j r J itt4 l Ii tjt Jr ik Nr- I Wo- oAbI r NV FIRMOp1SIMM- ONS t L Novy is Your Cimweefoi Great jftigaiBi ID 1T Goods Pens Foiiifpis ana snues ana SliDD3f ana Hats silk NVo will name yon a few prices Xioo Dimity S trf loxp r yard worth 10 to 9 0cx35c regularbt 1 i BestfItl worthII r ofIl DRESS GOODS s+ at greatly reduced1 prices f MENS LA UND PlED SHIRTS b eachAf ifl I MENS UJVDERWEARfJ w 1 gnrmentSHOES1 ity nudUWt If you want a good up to 9 late Shoe or Slipper we can suit you in style qiiall j L D SIMMONSI iBUCHANAN CORNER j u M Jirll LOCH and Personal = T JMisS Noia Williams visited iu the I I SnndaIJJ Miss3s Jackson and Brook of Clinton viiiiwin this viinity last week rMj Atmie Williams from war Ke sitir in the city thin week rooIC L Riuidie w visiting ht r c Jlty Llorace tuG+ u to 1 Fnlt- onrd uro ft u rE- laloactingh Tttu Call at the rUriQ Ullir IinkItinjagaio ilrs lt U Johnson and MM lanairKiiigniauWisite l friwids in Union City IlhL tcxlek lIrJT i iff f oCliutly Sumlfir 0 Fultmiit4t1l l tiny tfticl lliursdiiy 111Istre4t with the lniuc t ones bt t I 1r tuimen of New Style Buggies tel ue loan in Ufa cituC IIickulUuII Sfiiis Mactl l raurn us weirlr from an ex ndefdl gist to relative t audfrlends at Uurutfrisvillt 1In Tfi Aiwliojialip madtf wetdi that lJuhl faa r than vegetable rthII i91is Tas T Stephens left Tuedl-foivghaw blta iitioiid tin nrirriagf of M3SS Jo Ifjl iTh ehfnpfxt1 jijstal service iis the world iis that of Japan whr tor tw- osOTittnt one anal twi fifths corns tett ti arj cmvyixlJ all OVer the iupire iOiu 1 L Iltiati r I w an11aat bihlste whether it will take les4 nerv to wen tho suit or stand the tailor off for a netone And now a njititiit Uri Ililvrelust the earth iis pear shapoii it is sin gular that none ol thp people who areII pirpttttally s nimbling over iit never I noticed that fart rorcII There are no The people there are all poor but therej are no dopendeuts and no jKiupew AU are self supporting and there is little or j no crinHIi I I visiting her sister Mr5 H X Cmvgill II and will remain several weeks She I t viiiherUrrsrnlTennfromTroyGurltlyAlaEaker tins week tltLestmouey IIurncsHiclnnmOwing to the bnsinessl afnirs of some I of the members the Olinton Dramatic j Club has been compelled to cancel its Friday1 01its1 J C HIGI I1 1i N BOY itIjI Writes frorrLPflh1t lt i I i j The following i14 a hurt of a lettor re I efi ved Saturday lust Sy MJ r Jessie I Clay IP i I VUI 2J JHi Dear Sister ifhwal1rt lwillnov try to answer your umsi kind andI welcofuf letter whieti I nujfivt l 4ftiday+ afu I was xvryghMi K b urllitr i i ij ttlawHkung why it i ttlettersy I Jtt tiave tat mama 1 tar glad yon are el- y i iI j piue life in your uewfthome VellI Jess I dout know anything new to writ 11 i this time O yes the glorious news bus s theitatrJlufbt sII i l lrtuiastt I is the 22d of Iebrnury I cant hardly I wait fur the time to ronic Iamt jast i crav to get home once more Toll j withIIJ i j If1111I I tJfort w to walk iu home oice more lean set 1in Iilmoonlight nights Whatisvpnr brother in law Ct jill lcy dointr tirohtudlu hun I IUtrriHdf MIVdt i 8tJoml i spend tAo woe with thorn I wish i could taro gouttt haudforI dont know what they 1unk lik t will be jut ah iot 2 yuan behind thtiuu whoa we qeG home Ymuy nut know anything abort the later hratits we can tell yon something Wheat th o war hi the Philippines Give my lov outfor rr like a cyclone when Ielo come God c spoedthe time for I atn tired of soldier c riim 13e snre and remember Rob 1 boIsoon With love to you and Henry I remain as ever Yours lovinglyIROB WRTHEIILV Fought Tor His Life ofCJI r Ir WJ1Vl ali l1st Lt Fkl tt ihtlrn sltve frtglilful ftft ony by Dr ll1glcw Discovery An at oustinatoiwhich an excellent doctor could not Ihelp but a tats month use of this won derfnl medicine made me as well as ever IufalIj ndtroableIrend Trial bottles freeJ atCowgillA UOUliLK 3IKAXIXG fonelIaporoaChcdliiulname shook his hand roilyaFI see he said uitnn sir 1 onceIman can do another askedSpurespondedtittears WANTED s inPhClUis andVarboaMedallions Bring Your Baby and have Piatare like lifo itself 1t J 1t 1 J l J rt A 1 A A r I r t C j1It IJJt 4 ct l r 5 lA kZ Jp4i k S 112cti 11G 0 el ikkpt1t I I E a heaP cl Srany oncSee them be 14lore you buy anything A PAPER tOFl GARDEN SEEDt 4 Given Freet s 1 4 4 With each cash purchase of SlO- OSONS 1 1ht Bz SH7WS jTTTT nirrrry- y f it 41 Y5- f t iii w Hy The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAK KENTUCKY 1io N 1901 MAY 1901 1 sos IBIS I ttEA T1IIRi I XI I ISITI I I I I I IISUi == 1 I III 4 t 5 6 7 89t10 11 r 1 12il3J14l5il6l7l8I 1n 1920212232425- M 26127 28 29130131Ii I IIfII I J j iI 4 M w N V i CURRENT TOPICS The situation in South Africa is Unsatisfactory to Great Iritain Coal brings the highest price iin Eouth Africa and the lowest in China Frau Hedwig Heyl1 has started a cooking school for doctor in Berlin uglaltdescribed d uI sleep The worlds stock of paper money is now 900000000 equal to the exist inn stock of gold coin There is more false hair worn i the United States than in all the rc of the world put together Dr Xagusha a Japanese scientist cays that tats cause all the world plagues and furors their extirpation The longest continuous run on a railway train in Europe is that from Paris to Constantinople 3021 miles + 5n 64 hours During the last century 400 human lives 100000000 and 200 ships have been lost in fruitless efforts to find the North pole The largest body of water in the WorM having no outlet in till ocean Is the Caspian Sea it being 150000 square miles in extent King Edward VUtcontrary to wide ly circulated reports has not resign ed from any of the London clubs of which as prince of hales he was n member The total number of copies of news papers printed throughout the world in one year is estimated at 12000000 OOO To print these requires 751200 tons of paper Mine 2Ciel the widow of the famous French marshal died the other day sit the age of seventynine Her sou Gen iel commands the third bri l Bade of dragoons at Jlheims t J During the fiscal year ended June r 10 1HOO Canada exported 30514 head of cattle valued at SSGS9970 the United States during the same per f sod exported 300077 head valued of t 300370S An Arkansas hill prohibiting fe ries from being operated within onei mile of each other was unanimouslyJ killed by the senate on the ground c that it would legislate a widow out I of business The remains of Gen Otho F Stral who was killed in battle 37 year9 oho was moved from Columbia c seatcerate comrades A photographer of Zurich has iin- vented an apparatus for taking long distance photos He took a good pho tograph of Sacntis 120 miles fro Yverdon where lie had fixed an ap1 paratus 10 feet long Whistling in Iceland is considered as much of a sin as profanity There are sonic parts of the world where the came offense is considered worthy of fine and imprisonment but the lire no laws to present it An enormous quantityof fruit iscf doing to waste in southern Californial for lack of ears to convey it cast the crop was the greatest on relOIl1 r being estimated at front twentytwo to twentyfive thousand car loads In Sweden they have a land ar rank cntent of this kind The farmer will give a tenant so many acres ground provided the tenant will gi- if Lint so many days labor for so many xlwears the labor to be paid as wanted The Norwegian harvest of 1900 in reported by the new agricultural de partment of Norway to have resulted In the following yield Wheat null11VJOQO bushels barley soio bushels oats D222000 bushels a potatoes 2216000 bushels patioi1cyowhere the daughters of the families of rank receive instruction cooking painting embroidery poet i ical composition and floral deco ra lions in addition to an ordinary Litt ary coursex It is said that the sultan of Mo rocco has become deeply fascinated i with highland music Ten years ago a piper became one of the institutions nt his roast and very recently he commissioned a well lnotvn Glasgow pipemaker to furnish tent with a set of bagpipes for his own use y Arizona physicians have just com pleted exhaustive tests and found 1 Very satisfactory results from the t- x Ise of apple cider as a preventive and cure for smallpox A new railroad which is to be buil front Florence Ala to Clifton Tenn a distance of sixtylive miles will open up an undeveloped country tr utary to the Tennessee river i Prof Hodge of Clark university es timates that toads are worth 1958 each for their work as destroyers cf witworrns lie thinks the propagation yProblem would suite the gypsy ni J 7+ A- a ofI THE GAS EXPLODED Five Men Lost Their Lives by ar Accident in a Coal Mine at Alderson 1 T SEVEN 1INJUREDI AND ONE MISSING Two Miners Were Overcome hy Fire damp IJnt Recovered After He ins Uroiijrlit Out Alton liar IVrmm t AVere nf AVorlc nt tin Time It IM Not Ilelliiltely Known AVIint Canned tile 1ur tu Itultr South McAlister 1 T April rtO An explosion of gas occurred in the mine of the McAlisterI Coal Co at Alderson Monday by which tin met iost their lives seven were injured1 and another is reported missin The ulGimuat1 Taylor color ed 11 ilNy Clark and brother colored Andrew 1escol Oonuui O Ycsehity llliIlllcIl d Andrews colored burn ed lat Woods burned Paul Soiak horsed seriously Mose Garrett col ored JIm broken Two unknown men were burned one of them seri ously Joe lcU o+ itch is missing Two others were overcome ihhcia- mp hot recovered alter being outn tJstt mine at the tfmc of the explosion It is not definitely known how the gas ignited hilt it seems probable that some of The men fired a shot that the shot iirers had not stt oil The shot llrers enter the mines in the evening utter till miners leave old lire all the stints or blasts that the miners have prepared Some times shuts are not well prepared1 and the shot firers refuse to lire them Occasionally in these cases the turn afterward lire the shots themselves although this is stainsthe rules of the mine It is Ihon that was done Monday by some o the men who Avere afterward rill xfllosionTIlll I damage was done to till twine REWARD WITHDRAWN The lH ur Oiniiliii 111ul In SSOOO Igor Ihr lIuduC Im Crowe Demi 01 A live iOmaha April IOIhl body of Pat Crowe is not as much in demand a it was before till acquittal of lames Callahan Five thousand dollars Avill no longer be paid by UK city of Omaha for Crowes body dead o alive The council Monday authoried the chiefof polite to Aviihdruw reward The reward of 2SMt offer cd bytitln city to11w arjvr and conviction of three kidnaper s of Ed1 die Cudahy was allowed to stand r1hN city will pay SSOOO for the cot viction of toe of the criminate A price of 15UOd iis put 011 the headI of two of the conspirators and three of a kind will bring the capture X25 IJO i1THE HALL OF FAME Ai eimrtitloiiM Heliivr lade For UN 1edlieu to lie the O rut or ew York April tUlhe senate G f the iXevv York university is actively thnplaelaJAmericans selected last October hav nearly been completed and placed t position The unveiling will be don by representatives of patriotic ut barrcl i N been invited to officiate The urat the day will be made by Unitedl DepewThe to send representatives to ofliciate the unveiling of the tablets has tic us yet been completed They willi number lii one organization for each tablet JEWSrNAll Except Tli one Ironi Central lulu Arc Aot Allowed to Settle In Ittrrln Washington April O1hc eta ArmU1t Ielrrsbnrgall a the Kussian laws re loreigneinrs country the conditio under which Terns art permitted to rnrisioinI ore ores China are prohibited from settling on the frontiers of Itussia ami that foreign JesrYS from CentralI leis tire not allowed to settle in TCussia nor to become Itussian subjects Killed IIr IlrothcrliiLntv Chattanooga 1ei n April tUlltRamsey a crippled tinker Monday night shot and killed his brotherini law Madison I Amos a truck farmer because the latter refused to take a drink with hits Ramsey was in toxicated and used an old fouirldl rifle The bullet passed through Inns body and fatally wounded infant in the arms of Mrs Amos who wasnu the room at the time ltaalmukinitTxev York April JO IJenjamia Levy alias Bernard Leeroy was Mon lay convicted of bookmaking before Recorder GofT in general sessions andi remanded for sentence Thw in tJo titall Its county in years 4 LEYLAND STEAMER LINE It IN Reported It ilur Keen Mi hl tu J 1leriioiit Mor nii l1u ot Aeiv York New York Apri SO The local rep rcttcntativcs of the TrausAtlautie thipiig interests generally spcak ing deelinetl to discus x the reported pnrchaxc by l 1icrjioiit Morgan Co of till Lcvhtiid lint ofisteamers There was a dispositioi almost unJ ecru to await additional advicrg from London old Liverpool Mr Philip A S Franklin till local agent of the Atlantic transport line while taxing that lie did not care to be quoted admitted thattilt had heard that a1 chiuige of control haul been rrauged for In certain circles itWIS pointed out that the 6 boat Downed by the liylaml Hue would in the lonilUII prevent iiu ease the management passed into the hands of 1 IP Morgan nd his associates high freights being charged to the principal ports in orth America anti Central America 1Jlrxico the West ladies anti Europe An I iniMirtit ii I Denl IIt was rdxo pointed outt that the pur clase by 1I 1 P Morgan and the uun a soiinted with him t+ ould enable till 1nitcd States steel corporation to lund its i nan u faetured products in any of tIhese countries where tIll Lev Inml line owns and controls ducking privileges at the lowest rotes since in the went of the disposition on the pirt of any of the companies to charge higher rates than the steel ttouldtbe comparatively racy to twnsfer ships to any of three toss and iif considered necessary to purchase new ones Shipping men in New PorisayI the purchase of the Ieylaud Iline is the most important deal in the history of American commerce andI predict 1 rocdy absorbing tif other freight car rying steamshipi linen by the Slur gans PRESIDENTS LONG TOUR rinLtlugfTrainI Left the Ciiiinl Bristol Iron April OTht first lay of the presidents long tour to the Iaeitie coast lay through an his toric section in Virginia across the valUvK of the liiipidau and lames in andsJefferson up post the pealof Otter s0 dc r to the hearts of the Virgin ians into tilt pielures iic Itluc iiiilge mountains The Tennessee lint was uitlsl t the urrivnl of the train at llristol The presidential party received a Haltering ovation from the time th crowdrtuscmblcd at every station the coun itsh little group of Avttving watchyij straining ytlierw jTI ir riteh giiinptie of the chief magistrate as L train whisked by At Charlottesullel tilt studenls of the Iniversity of Vir ginia turned out at lynchburgcah ator Daniel Virginias crack ositor made a speech greeting the presi dent andat lloanokeI two ban- dernhrd out their w lcome At curl of tlux plac s the president rejpoiul rrl tto the loud rolls made upon him and spoke briefly from the cult plat term of the lIff BREAD OR WORK i t Ibe I IKHI ployrtl Kalilcil the llootbi nt lie tlarUel Iltee In lierjr Culietu 11II Leinbvrg Ctaliein April r0 A riot ons nub of the citys IlIIt1II11Ioe Moaiiay1 raided ihei Ibread booths1 att nihN tltc paraderlthe streets breaking shop windowsi dispersenthe rioters A deputation of the unemployed visited the burgomaster null governt thdtte work woMld soon Ill obtaiuab ANOTHER BIG COMPANY The Ieiinnvlviinin Meel Co Inror- liorated ttl Tretilon J With u 111 iitit I or JiOO MMKO Trfntou X J April IIThe Ienn =svhaniu Steel Co with an author tacotor porated here Monday to wine manut fart nrr and drub in iron steel muuI giinehe and other metals also coke gas lumber and other materials 1h 1tunr rise ltIilgar Cis FeltoJi and Luther tnsC incoiporatois i given as Camdcn N JL which is the registered Se JerMy olJice of the company AlMioluteil Chief of Police Chicago April mUaJol Harrison Moiniay night sent to the city emu oilI for confirmation the name of Cnt Frank ONeill as chief of police to sttoced Chief Joseph Kipley re iigntd The name was received nit njucli furor and was confirmed with out opposition apt ONeill liar been a member of the police force for many years and has an excellent iccord Victoria Day uOtlstst Out April mt Mon days meeting of the Loose Sir Wil Irk Latrier announced I that the Ito ernment had decided to niako May a permanent public roaI ibly will be known Jis Victoria day + Strike Deelnreil OiT hai11ec anquuit xveiitback foAVork Monday The strike Was officially dtj rfarcd off I A FATHERS DEED Evidence That Ho Threw II iis Four Little Children Jlimo the Mis sissippi lUvor HE TDK LEAPED IN AFTER THEM AH Arc Supposed to Have Drowned But None of the lloilies Have Been Ilccovercd The VlelliiiH Were Thrown lioni the nemurrlutli upoli Minn Whleh Is U UU 1eel Ahove the Water St anl Minn April OJJc po lice authorities beliee that Villhun Uoseufleld hut thrown his tutu chil dren ranging in age front to 7 scary into the Mississippi river hunt the Marshall avenue bridge ml flues leaped in after them AH ire siip jiosed to hae drownedI Inor of the 1 bodies Lnve been recovered Kosenrield Las been separated from his wife who had taken three up the children ami gone to Minneapolis to live with her sister On ednemlny lust KoMMilifld xfcured a horw and buinry and taking wjli him the S yru old child who still resided with him droveI to M5uiieijK lie drove to the hoi e uliere his wife vjs staging and while she was at the sick bed of her sister the Intt band seemed the turn otiiiger ehil dren and drove nfl with them He fore lenviig the house he is lilto hne Told one of the inmates that the next time tluysalt him or the children tLrywould be Aveariny crape ThursdayI a policeman found the horse tJJlhilthttJi to Ihe bipfry wanderiiiir rlauut ia the sieinityof the Marshall avenue briilp in the buggy vvjis a dug which hud been a per of the eliildreii but no other trace of She on iiKiuts The ilieory of the politer which they 4Kim j sub lna bated by evidenee they have ito that loMnlklil drove lo tlim ieutir of the bridge which Is abonf itKJ fret hot u the river threw the children into the water mud thou leiipcd in after them FIRE IN A HOTEL A ISIae in tie llevere HoiiNe hl etiuo nosed a Lively IjuiU tutont CI hr 1111 Chicago April Ml Shortly before brokttint iu the llevere house a nixstory hotel building situated at the corner streetssAlthough of short duration the fire reatid aHWMl puil r among tlt titrof whom left the building iii 1h i night eothes The fist fire cum paines to nrrhat tilt building rat up ladders to assist people to tin ground and uitc a number of them assmtnt1 utes The damage to the hotel by fire and water did not amount tU more than S1 MKi FIRE IN PITTSBURGH 1 lilt lleiuiff iiienl Store mud Idler Properly DaiuiiKeil tu Ihe itt- Pittsburgh teiil of l lo IIIIU Ia April roFiIP whieh resulted in a probable loss of utdtin north side of Carron street be tween South Sixteenth and SItu teenth streets The blae originatedI in the basement of the department store of Jeorge K Lurch k Rio at arson and South SInnttlIthshtII I Iud spread with alarmingrapidity tl rough the entire building The 1hI mes leaped across Seventeenth street and damaged the clothing store of K A Kriiweiu A dozen other buildings in the block adjoining the department store were reduced to itiiiis There was no loss of lifeI TART COMM1SSIONI It Will Kzteiid AmiirHty o the In ururetttM lu the Vlillppinrr to 7tWashington April Olt is said at the war department that tilt am nesty granted by ire MacArthur in a Filipinoes which expired lust autumn mill Avas extended by the Iliiliitpim commis aJ1iSr by the Taft commission to oboes JulyJ 1 when it is expected that thE 1hiippuutvi x will be instituted CnmUtloiial rurUiin Lincoln Neb April + UGot met rich granted a conditional pardon to Henry Boll sentenced five years ago to 19 years in the penitentiaryn Icestl5 urer of Omaha enibtscdcd SHOOm 1 city funds Itolln is growing old and his health is broken down Mail Fur the IMiUIipli tis Washington Ajiril O1ltr post of ire department issued a general or Gur that hereafter all nails for the Ihililfpiues whether civil or olieial Will be forwarded To Sun Frandsco 4nus failing trot that port 1 Ktglit J ol llerj lliirnect- ij Vaunes France April 01 fire iiroke out in the camp of the 3i artillery here and swept throuit the flKirraoks1 KigUtI Jlives tvere Ilost at- ttattyesoidioliisecret inI- tlJf INlb t nuI errs xtiJlguisat1 1 THE PRESIDENTS TRIP He and Ilia Party Are Traveling In One PT the Fluent Tiuia In Aiaerlea Washington April 29 The train clutch will carry the president und his party for the next seven weeks on their trip through the United States reached lucre Sunday morning It is one of the finest trains ever run systemThrMonday morning Avith Frank Lar moiid as engineer and W W Al bright as conductor JJoth are trust railwayIhccharge of the train from Washing ton to New Orleans and at this point the party and train will come under the supervision of the Southern Pacific railroad The train Avhieh is practically new is made up of seven cars The presidents own car the Olympial la in the rent of the train Next to the engine is the combination bag gage and smoking tars followed by rapacityfotl1rci compartment ear with eevcn statu rooms nod two dining rooms each The fifth and Kth cars are hand houit lijieetioii drawing room curs Tin president will retain the Olym pia as far as San Francisco timid there will be transferred to tI11tcania one of the finest private ears in existencet iin which to make the Ulyntpiaisrooms and one sofa section and will accommodate nine persons The Lu cania bus accommodations fOI1people The president and Mrs Me luulcy will have t their meals served in their own ear There was a untidier of callers dur ing Sunday afternoon ami evening to ray goodby to the chief executive and his wife before their departure CLOSED ITS DOORS erhaulr Savingr Haul of rrl- ct ly It I tail niUICeVenl a 111111011 Uollur Westerly U T April fTht Me eliaaies Saving book of this town did not open for business Monday lade Siiiulny nfternuon the following notice wnn issued rime trustees of the Mechanics tank owing to die doubtful Qiilue tf some of the Lattkx assets hot t decided that it iio for the best inter car of the depositors that the mini lo into liquiihHion and action his already been taken looming to this result ending1 the granting of the authority no money will be received or paidnut This action carne as a great sur price to the town old great excite ment prevails among small depos doe 1000ti slluerN something less than 1100000 the number of depositors about 2000 Many of the securities are western investments whieh are understood to Lure decreased in value year by year THE TEXAS OIL FIELD Tiro llore HlK iur hern itroutih- iii ut lleanitioiit Suiiiliiy The Circuit Widened Teaumont Tex April 29 = Two more oil gushers were brought in here Sunday The first is un what i known as till Gladys City property which iis owned 1 by the J1 M Huffy Cu Jt iis close to the other gushers 1It was permitted to pout only a few minutes when after pruning Itself the equal of any of the others the valve which had been previously r ranged was closed old the flow stopped The other sellssbic reached the oil vein is of importanceI chiefly because it widens the ot cir odginalLllcJs A DISGUSTED JUDGE The lacy In the Ivldiiuplittf Cane An- nouiieeil That lumen Calluhuu uaXut Cudly Omaha Neb April 39After co Ridering user night the guilt or in noccnee of lames Callahan the jury announced Sunday morning that ho hail no part in the kidnaping of Kd word Cudahy jr The verdict Wn mi evident surprise to the court an disgtstillCallahan was iuuncdiatclarteste on two other counts which the slat Is not nun prepared to say AV i be made use of as no new evidence is hand and the expense of going use the ground again is considerable Cheaper Coal GUM London April 29The Daily Chronicle says it learns that Dr Ludwig Mond has discovered a meth udof procuring illuminating coal1 gas at two pence pet 1000 feet which 1 chcaJretf ins upon the production of Open hearth steel IlIfT Lowell Lire Lowell Mass April 9hire de stroyed the machic shop of Silver cb Cay together with Hie works or the Lowell Model Co and North Chelms ford Supply Co at Xortli Chelms ford The loss is estimated at 100 0110 Kmliezitleiiiciit Churfe 9Thomhmanager superintendent and cashier of the brewing firm Moyle McGlynn of IJiiladelphia sax arrc t4t1ll otCi cliflTI e irnibezzlcd S30WJO iSi TROOPS IN CHINA Foreign Generals Held a Confer enee to Consider the Question of Withdrawing Them IINDEMNITY MUST BE AGREED OX fIRST They Also Considered time Handing Over of the Administration of 1ekinjr to Mauve Olhcials Prettied to Allow Chincxe Gtvulit ttlly to ANHIIIIM VI ore Coiitiitl r Lilt 11 the CIh1IlhrlllUatVitM in Their Viands IVkiugi Ajrl 0the geuer of the povvvrs held a conference L In day morning ti consider tIll tji siji of itli hixil of till troops an Bided to addivss a note to the miN lers informing them bats Avhea Tie ininisterK url able to aiinonncc The lump sum i1eniiiidd us indejit1 y anti the Chinchc have sigreid to he principle of ptiyiiienr arrang nts will be possible fur withdrawal The other matters ilcitssei v re the handing over the jiihiunistrt un of Irking to native otli ials unii he pleat for tin coiumnm of tl1 i Ca tion guards as to whether this c mand lionlil be cciilcred in on 1 err or each lietjiebiieui should iL in dependent Kogardiut the government 0 f IV htJICM grndually to assume more Con trol until tin civil government vtis entirely in their handsI the pjiiiun Udtly exercising Jla ih r supervisii a The Itiiiiipr of tlie hurts Some ttimei was spent iin coiiMLr ins the reply of the ministersi to views recently enunciated 1y be fcneraN rrtn ding other questiu of a purely nnlitary character i he ministers agree with the genera ai to tier riinf of the forts and d- If k to till points to be occupi dIr le tween Peking and the sea but fiev desire the generals to specify the numbers of this different natiopili ties at TicnTsiu and Shan llai Knto fill as concerns the r1CClstirj i lWO torn whieh iis n1 remain un viviouallv at TienTsln during jli 11iodcof actual occupation itA ill lot necessary that each naIisstrengih ball 1 be let rtnincd The ministers believe that vhe pro visional government at Tiejiii should be abolished as soon ys rrsituation jtrniits They agree f itthe tutees in Chiiia should be Ir Jrthe coiimanderiuehicf bur they contend that Hie0 generals should un derstand that the legation gu mis ore entirely outside such furor t ntl under their resjieetive minister iintiinon iind n iiuli 11ectfThe t iennans were virtually ci i lr in a trap near the Kn Kwan pas letachnient of so had oJi casual while tilt Chinese lossss are tii ti have been nominal The Cerinan cxpeditioi Is rctiiriii leaving the country greitly disatitil owini to the hardships inSiceil hrIexpedition appears to have prod need a very had effect Tilt current l hiucse gossip is that the Germans were drircn hack withIIheavy losses ami ttill is implicitly bflJeved tiy the biMk of the peojile THE AMERICAN TROOPS hej Ileliiveil Vtllli the Grtattct ulliiiitry llurliitr the Hattie With Cen 11ar I orees lierlin April lCThl latest China thathwith the greatest gallantry during the tn agements with the forces under GNU Liu storming the stronghold of the enemy even after darkness and tlfpite of the huge rocks rolled domt span them thoughin Sr the arKcnal in Hun Yang aimed budly The CJernians demolished the foruti GreatniromtItet in structions marchlug Sihiltthey Gelddtelegraph thus roiling off Get man commuuttiition atedThe German 1 iis rimeethatattntryatorra of lIJlrdl augurIflender t theNationalrutttt victoriesi like those allover sthant 2 n eneounter f 1rd during the ts hole war the Ger mans lighting one to four have tiei a e qrratcft significancei 0 KM t her tool Sun Killed WilliiifeHker1 h4tantlyI leltJaltr1 hearshuCtbonctodJmnlulJt1trceutime ltlrretmnry SJatewri11 kiiifflon April 5 hrond1y iltaSillosI in 1 1unctiS4Oi0N1At ino21te dlt isum of rCimHu ion sbott shall4Irk lIih b t oiIrI J t i- y f i t t rJl = r- a pY 4 r CC i c1 W rA w tr STATE ODDS AND ENDS g ts IIP4o 3d d 00 Jd I po4 04 r ti i CREED POTTER i ltd Knkltiv ian so nnEentlit Klojted With to Inrentr t1 1mr 1IterntII+ received herev ofClltlcspctile thatarrest in the mount nine near ItooncV fork Totter who is only 20 years old1 accompanied by tvo relatives ilartin Britton and Abraham Potter aridI 3 heavy guard went to Pikesville1 Iilto inJb a mein irr of the gangTlwlrarIph13SOtl C loped about a week ago anti whom he hid in the mountains lie sent the parentsIt1 mny be 1allowed to plead guilty to the in Hctment agninstc him in Pike county t In that ease hwill receive ouhuriort penitentiary sontcncr Rut it 1ii browthtt t county to ansvr to j charge of complicity in the murder D i Jirs ILill nod hoe son last Novrm btr There is a reward of 1000 for c1Ih- fi the outlaws who weedthe battiloi some four weeks ago ONLY A TRESPASS A Straight Story Tolil Iy n Convict r Will 1111cl Him Out of the Kentucky IVniUiilinrj Louisville Ky April 2ilohu Tt pniteni3fj1 he owes his freedom to the testimony lie gave agaiuit his partner Lat mnmer Lucas and a young mast oatn d Cox wanted some whisky so they nmght Shell Jolmsons mule hitchedt iit to a wagon tad drove to Jfarrods burg On their return they let the mule loose on the toad Johnson wa i then arrested for mull stealing an i lucas thinking he was in a bad fix pleaded guilty and wn given two scars Vedncday Cox wns put on trial and Lucas was put on the stand to testify agalist him lie toLl sic1i i straight tale that he awakened rh ympathy of very one in the court room The eat against Cox was dis missed as it was onlv a trespass Indge Scully iuul a talk with Luca and as a result will writ to the g v nor and will ask a 1 ardnn TJi 4 ourt officials will concur and it willI r b doubtless be granted A NOVEL RACE Sir Rncen AVerr Itnii Over n Trnik Averaging n Punt fif Water at Xewport Ivy Newport Ky April 20 A new and novel record was established at Hut Newport track Thursday that wil go ontI of its kind Six races wore ruts over a tract averaging a foot of water and in some places deeper It was accomplished without serious accident to horse or rider When the patrons of the track arrived they were sir to see the home stretch for I I IJwjcll 70 yards completely inmdat N1 and also part of the back stretehj covered with water The horsemen and the joekeys were r consulted on the advisibility of car vying out the days programme and1 by unanimous consent the card was t trunoff GARRY HERRMANN x I 1 1TheWell hunt Ilnci Home Vlll k rclsnrl in the Kctttiielcy Derby f1 nt Iuuipillc ht Louisville Ky April 17 Garry j llcrmnnn will not start in the Ken I Icky Derby to be run Monday at Ihurchill Down and A lard Scheck John W Schorrs HindooCherry T1tl e positive announcement that Carry Hrrr nan would not start was inanea 5 Jhnn3 lay night by JJob Tucker wh j rains the colt for apt S S Brow In a signed statement Mr Tucker ijave as his reasons for not starting 1 the son of Imp Jnhel Silk Gown a that the weather at Churchill Downs c had been so bad that he was abso 7utcly unable sgfto get the horse in proper shape IlnrrinannI will IK pre pared for the American Derby to be run at Chicago in Tunes IVnntK oi the Ranker Frankfort Ky April jIToni John T Hinton of Paris and a com mittee of bankers were before the state hoard of assessment and uhf tion Thursday and urged that tile franchises of the banks be assessed on the same basis as the railroads so per cent on their stock on a G per cent basis I11 The Colonel Win Louisville Ky April WIn the presence of a Sunday crowd of 3000 1 pccple Louisville and Indianapolis Isplayedwon by the first named team in theII 1 rightJias the result of a batting rnll1jj I that netted four runs j I Tito Tramps Cattish Middlcsbnro Ky April = 701ir I Varaer and Caleb Sfrorg the tramps is4ecl to have IrirncdI John Kd ujirds residence at Mineral Sprint madto1 t J watt tailed at Jaeksboro last Fridav s PREHISTORIC PEOPLE Selclonx Koofcil lp Dy HDKH on n Ivcntiieky nrni Xeiir CRIIIII hralr Cave Hopkinsrille Ky April G1 po loon ot farm on which Campbellsl cave is situated is full of dead metie bones Tradition r yeaigreat burying ground though no Indian moundsI marked it Seri Littlefield of Com puny D who runs this farm has huH1t + a sty for his hogs on a spot neat the cave Noticing the hogs doing an un usual amount of rooting an investiga lion was made when it was found that they had uncovered quantities of human bones unlike any known to ex tinct antcdeluvian tarts Further iin vestigation shows ninny of the skIt tons well preserved anti some eases in stone walls EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY Wjiltor L IlnliliMiuin lrr iS lfiit the tuirliTIoiiriiil Co Ire Kenteil With Tostlmoiiiil Louisville Ky April 27 Walter N llnldemmi president of the Courier lonrnal Co slate the establishment of the paper by Henry Wutterson nail Mr Haldemau in 186S found his gOthI birthday observed Satiirdtty in an interesting way A testimonial was presented to him by SO employes of the paper tone of whom has bet u with the paper less than ten years while tiioir serrate period of serxiee iis 141J years Mrl lialdeman t has with him seven men Will have hero iuJiis cinploy 0 years anti over antut11 others who have beret with him from 1U to HO yours DEAD WHEN FOUND Iloily of Dick Sitter Stripped of lu Clothing and Plneeil in An Al try Kor u JoUrI Frankfort Ky April 7Ihr tes timony before tie v roners jury Fri day dtvolnlKdl the fact thut tlachNith of Dick Sutcr whose nude body was found inCatfisb alley Thursday nivrht was caused by taffy degeneration ot the heart A tea moment bcfo his lentil he WIM carried out of n saloon apparent dad drunk biit Jprobably deul then and placed in the alley Houird Masters conirssr alsagI FidayI that he took fortes clothing nit after he hail Iran put in tIt alI Icy Mystcrs Ixinstcdof the good joke he had player on Suser in taking hill clothes XtCIS is in jail CAUSED HER DEATH Nnkeil n TenYenrOl tlirl tVn I forced to i tiiiiil In n 1onti- Menr Itopkltinville Hopkinsville Ky pelt291r s Martha Ferguson need 20 was lodged in jell here charged with causing the death of Miss Mary1 White aged t by inhmunn and cruel treatmentI Ma rys father Willis White hired her Mrs Ferguson for a nurse Sonar da I ago the child was badly treated to I tarter home Mrs Ferguson folio ed and overtook her it is tllt dragged her bad tore the elothi from the child and forced her to situ iked for hours in a pond Marys sitter who had assisted in the 112 ishmuiit then wrapped her in some rags and carried her to their fnth where Mary dic1- Inraauetl IJefore Trinl Frankfort Ky April 29 HOT Beckham pardoned before trial the fol lowing persons indicted in Hendersonj last September upon the charge + forming a trust IO 15 Hart II Jt McClellan James L Lambert Jcorge M1 Schlamp A O Callendcr 5 O1 Ellis l I Charles Manion George anio Aaron Cabell Joseph Hiekes H L Xeal and L F Wise The men lIIJ ed are Henderson merchants who bought Hour of an Evansville linn all agreeing to sell at one price I a teingmerchants claim that they were making 1 ten cln1s on each barrel AsisoMxiaciit of Itailxvny Irnnehhert Frankfort Ky April 20 The board of assessment anti valuation Thursday fixed the assessments of thj franchises of railroads in this stn TheJ total valuations show an facers scofof about OS per cent over the fry chile assessments of last year Thi totalI assessment this year is 13U- S 3 against 1109 420 I ocIiN itVaNlteil Axvny Frankfort Ky April 2fi =1Co was received here Thursday of t washing1 out of the Jlock sates atisLock No 7 High Bridge The tin age is estimated at several thou a ndand dollars pool navigation above ni Uridge will be suspended at least week in consequence The gates will probably be replaced by steel gates hares lotltUJcd Newport Ky April 27 The ra track here was sr jhatlly Hooded 1 plat that the races were pcstpon till Monday for which lay new c tries will be taken A season lays will then begin making 77- j firstIA4 yOU Duucc Henderson Ky April 710hn1 Kincr has sued Mrs Tang Ilair of the Pittsburgh Coal Cos mine at lapert fof r 000 He was injuredl by fall of slate CAILLES ESCAPED The Kltiptiio Criiernrn Camp Cup itturd Hy netnehment of the yist lufnulr Wilsonllllllnfftthe1 21stbase with a detachment Infantry on April 2ti surprised tIll ulmpI ies at DugoiitDigot situated afar unites northeast of CavinttI lu the1 IWO luf of I isrtma I CailleR was at 1111hut ican attack but managed to escape ulr1 jutant genenil the otherI of his slat ofliccrs Iti men 20 titles a large amount of ammunition and stores and all the papers and personal ef feels of the Filipino1 general TheI insurgent major Velo was killed1 during the engagement as were Corporal MeiiU and Private Tipp both lielougiii to Company A of tll 21M Stvril columns of the later lean troops continue vigorously to pursue ion Cailles Cen failles recently offered n re t IIclof SloOOO for the head of Capt Kdward X Jones jr of the Sth in fanry IFor tuna than n year past Caillcs has couiiiiiiided the insurgent fonts operating to the cast of lay large nut far from Manila He is said to ul1r a hunch half easte- He has n reputation for vimliotiie ness and cruelty and is our of the two or three of tilt Filipino leaden in the field who have clearly iiiorcdI the observances of honorable xvar fare The Rociefy of MandoTncat whose practice it wax to assassinate curd bury alive thuse of their court trymen xvho accepted American sov ereijTiity xxhrnexvr the latter fell in to their hands operated with ther cofrnixinirr if not the support of elpII1 claim immunitr for past actions un der the terms of the amnesty Ini JnJlJluryflf ihii year Cailles offer ed a reward of 10 a piers for th heads of all Americans brought to him FAMILY BURNED TO DEATH Jot Topping Wife and Three Chil Urrii Inrt Their Liven I Ina llre in Iloii lon 1eT Houston Tex teal 2iITn a fire which rleHtroyed a freer stable and1 three residences at m early hour Sunday morning thc persons were loppingr a ifUHI three children A Ne ro has been arreMed on the chnrjre of having started the fire to get revenue on bis employer for hat discharged him In the ruing were found the bodies of the victims putt them being an infant which hart been born to Mrs Copping dur ing the progress of the fire Its body xvas fount with its mother 1 IJianil Mi + Jeff topper jumped from the burning building and both were ThrItfiret startedI I in a 1livery stable over ivhich several families tired SEALING STEAMER KITE IJhc Yrarl Itrneheil St Tolmn AVZth htllathe Still IceHontiil tcSt saietulstnsJohns 1 1y 1 ffn normostdI a frozenpnnlbetxveen 1rt of the season she Steamed Unimmense i was too broken to alloxv the ecru to dotersnear the shore finally and her en i being exhausted was obliged to d po portTher ginia lakeI the onlyI steamer now out iis 20 feet thick rfurt Suspend IltiyincKM In 3Ilj tonri Jefferson Citysro April 2StI perinlendent ot Insurance IIt Gi Circa Jrn surance Co of New York to sus lprod business ju Missouri until tho impairment of its capital stock shallI be made good The company is charged with having made mislead1 statements to the insurance de pur tment ChinaerPeking April 29116c the sir train from Peking to TeinTsin was traversing the bridge In txveen Lo Fa morningt iit was derailed through the collapse culxcrf gettlt killed and 40 Chinese and 20 Ante lutericatvcan not recover ID rest IIre 9homerdst Frs nlin uhep per peninsula poins anti unless there damm age will be done and many hamlets vhothIc 12112thaingf11hm4citi of TnmcM Doi Iix Held Jnncces telcgaphrIrlcd3 e Father of n unfin this city He had been ill for many weeks lIre ci t Chnttnnoojrtt Chattanooga Tenn April 29 The slaughterhouse and cold storage plant of the Scholze Brothers Packing Co i1s000 insurance not more than 33OCO Both plants will be rebuilt at once 1AMAGEDBYFLOOT- he Ohio 7rl htlmnl eil Tlmt Knrinern Ilrl + n n- 1tnurlllr lad tool Induenh1- lt 1111lt e Kalf n J1ltltou- Hurhet or crn Ily Vnter Cincinnatii April rThe Ohio riv cr atclock Tlmisday afternoon and run fatted to rise sloxxly until midnight When it cane to n standstill but lut 0 began to slut lr rise At 12 oclock rinnsday night tho 1erect reached a stage of Vi Cincinnati Ajiril 2S The Ohio ritr Friilaycafter remaining stutionary n nrly all of Friday It remained the same SatI unlay tool part of Sunday xxlien it hegin to fall sloe Iy New IMehmond O Aril 2ti1hcHver during the night rose S inches and Thuisday moniing tuna rising at the rate of an inch an hour At 9 oclock it marked nearly R1 fret Scar all tilt town is under xvater andI tthere are many families home less Much1 damage has been dune to farm lamlB- Iiplcy 01ril n During th night tlw riser rose 10 inches find the state at Thursday morning teas about S feet Main street iis partial 1ly submerged nail business houses arc flooded Merchantsj are moving their goods into upper stories Fully 200 families are liomclesx Portsmouth O Aprill 2U The Ohio tOll an inch in the last six hours and is now stationary at rsj The city authorities are xigilantly guarding every dancer point The water grad tally gained in theI sexver Thursday afternoon nail another large pump xxjjs secured from a nearby scam quarry and put to work late Thnrs eday night Louisville K April 2 The Ohio at Iouistillc xut ai a stand Sunday evening at as feet incho e + hrcli is live feet I inc hcs aloe the dan ger line The tlood iis cpc vd tc Soon pass axxay curl without claml c KvauBxillc Ind April l The riv er reached 421 feet Sunday night The only dnmne in t his re iou is to fanners IIt is estimated tIll JD 000 acres of wheat IxMxvecn I ihis citx ami Paducah JKy xxis dcMroyedI spotl 1 losses to houses about HIOOM lUtIhalf a million bushels of turn a destroyed in the cribs The Imnher lien along Green river esiii ate tliiir1 loss at S1004100 itte stoci MT r 1ported drowned IIn tIll l lotton s ilv iboats are hating t 10111wili cor Jitalk gorges At icauy jilac s the titer is choked xxiih tIll stalks Mr chants in thitity lost cimsidenMy bythe water encpiisr through 1 he IH ll rM All pnctcitH will IIr 111 mir jop schedule time before the middle ff tthe week Th farmers shave the city art surrounded by water 7 he 1 loss to farmers along the Wabash river is heavy Two hundred thou sand bushels of taro bus been sxvept axvny Three farm houses xxcrc de stroyed II ports received here from the ot tmn beloxv the city shoo eonsitl erablcl loss to farmers xvho have onto in the crib It is estimated jh farm ors betxvcen here and Paducah xviil 1 lose half a million bushels of earn rtIN THE KLONDIKE 1A Illncovery of n Kiilnilitiisly Illeh 17Seroad lied lark on the lidi rndo Creek Tacoma Wash April 27 Passen 11cgs just in from Dawson irisi de fabulouscy rich second bent rook on the fa coons Kldorado erect of the Klon dike In the gravel now being hoisted there is not a bucket thMt eomes to the surface that nuggets can iot be seen in the dirt running a1 he way from a quarter of an onree to an ounce in weight Pans taken from the Herr strike have yielded HA high as j0 in many instances tadnn one day two men took out dirt that containedi 5000 The discoxcry has created intense excitement along Vlldorado QUARRELED OVER A DOG Three Ierxon Shot and IVonmltid StOur Dnagcrnray ii n riclit Menr Oxford AIi Iirminghatn Ala April1 29I Y log xxas the cause of a houiy tfght three miles below Oxford in which four persons participated J W House isstd son Gus and W X Johnson and his Hyearold son Roth the Houses and the elder Johnson were shot with Winchester ritles surd our was dan crossly1 wounded The elder Tense lhad killed a flog of Johnsonr Tom son pursued House sad shot him twie through tho stomach Otis House seeittf the trouble setcd a gun and shot the elder Johrson and was immediately shot by the 14year aid son of Johnson who escaped in jury Veteran Dropjicd Demi rirmingham Ala April 7Tiring tilt confederjite memorial cxvr rises at Tuacaloosa cemetery Friday II Foster Hill a prominent eoi feder ate veteran and xicc president of the Merchants national isank cropped dead Xxprer 3Ie eiitir toJihed Macon Ga April 27 Express lies senger J X White was hound in his ear by two men early Friday morn ing on the Central croad end STtnQ taken from the leakages The rob ers escaped I RELIABLE R B RETARDf Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOOnS uMMTffllS1 REPRIfflTIl ROOFING A SPECIALTY 1 N1xziiJ IIRBHlCKMAX KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid inS50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 TermActsrespectfully o The Fnnds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe JIas never yet been Opened by Burglars o tRCarterCCashieraf WrTCO ISCIuivzCGs UF TIU CfJfnnIt HIBf10 IS 1ft WA i = H1CKllaN KENTUOKY C CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hereto stay Nobody will annreeint your patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please you than vn old reliable barbers R U CALUWEIL WILT frouEU DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Cowgill Cowgills jJruir 5to- rP03LEAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St raring pnrchecllhe Grocery Slack of J J C llonibirini wont be jplen d lo have all oM friends to call Fresh Good and fhoic Hirg In W J BARRY CO1 AT BUCKXCIlS OW SIH- lIWm make you a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your old one LACSSMITE11CG OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED WILL BUY OLD BUGGIES il I ICcnilry Jon W ICeiiuc- liBENKETT S EEkTiYt = ATIOR EYS ATLAW Will practice in all Courts especially the Courts of Htckiiian and Fulton roan ties Air Helmuts ofli e will rcmuih at Clinton and Mr Ketnlcys in llivktnan I A P OLIVER I Blacksmithand Undertaker I HICKMAN KENTUCKY s IVEME A TRIAL when you wllntItlringllaeoasepecieltyIUndortakors Goods Common Rosewood and Solid lilaoi Vv til not Collins und Ca + ea which can bS tiltedtip in Miort notice And a i reaaoacable prices Give me A call JIlL Shop near the Jail LIVERY STABLEI OPPOSITE R R DEPOT i I J H POLLOCK Prop First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages saro traits c Customers served with courtesy aid politeness Pjir tronayc solicited Telephone 19 Cash BDokStoreti 3 r Splendid Selection of NEW SUCKSaIw STATIONERY f NOTIONS aCall and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES tC CAp oJ y LN1LeavesG VIA THE 1 CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL I r i fRAILWAYy r JP Arrives St Paul at 750 a m II Minneapolis at830 a m The Only Perfect Train it till YorW F I 1I f Tw4 i Eiii J v r rT1 1J I tI t C r THE HICKMAN COURIER 11 GEORGE WARREN HICKMAN KYM FRIDAY MAY L 1901L n Railroad Time Table X 0 St IJR R LEAVES AHUIVO Train No 61 at 9i p Train Xo 62 i 45 0- 1Tralll So3 rt 205 p ml Train No 4 14U p ui Call on EE Reeves GoI I and get you a Roller Bearing Buggy I stud let your horse rest or get a Rubber Tired Buggy and rest yourself You can get a buggy of us tor 8T250 that is guaranteed and atop Buggy for W0 harness for 750 We are also headquarters for everything in Plows Hoes Plow Gear Wagon Harness McCormick Machinery Rakes Mowers Binders Binder Twine and Gaar Scott Threshers and in fact the largest stockof the kind in Western Ky- We sell goods on a smaller margin anybody at Hickman Ky 1 1thanI SENSIBLE D B HILLI j jAlba N Y April 29Exiov B Hill today gave out the fol I IDaVid statement My attention has been called to the story which iis going the rounds of the press that I am expected to make a jp4 litical tnp through the West and South either this year or next I desire to state that I do not con template any such trip When recently advised that an invitation was being prepared in the State of Waahingron and elsewhere requesting me to make such a visit I immediately replied that it would be irnI possible and requested an abandonment of the proposed invitation- I will state further that I am not a candidate for the Democratic presiden tial nomination in 1901 I am neither seeking the nomination nor expecting it I regard all suggestions of candidates at this time aa premature and inadvisable No one can tell now what can or ought to be done in 1904 GOVERNOR TAYIORF WILL DELIVER ONE HIS INCOMPARABLE Ilectures AT City Hall r4 j THURSDAY MAY 16 tReserved Seats boon LISONS STORE Friday morning May 10tb at9ani ai Mj II 5pEIjtL II LSUURT 7DST II- SALEL Ve lU1f too nltllly Silk WTaists titni will sll thPl and 1n1V lt 1nt11 11Bnl u I Z250 II 350 II 450 500 I lOO I 75e SILK WRIST for only I 101 SILK WAIST for Only SHIRT WAIST Only Silk VaistI FOrLARI IX POI Only- FOULARD SILK For ouly- FOCLAHD SILKS For only ww 8Ii 325 3085 ii 78cfi0c 1n9ws I IGoodII- II 4cIi IIBALTZER DODDS I a f f= t k r4r 1h 11 1 J DUTCHESS T rII TROUSERS 8 11i ti a 1 9ff i FY I I k OF I THE 1 s+ will sale at EL L r 5 l at i + to I SAT l l I n I n 1 II r This is tlio oint ire wish yon to sec Thmv pois with oneli complete pun 111 tpf 11tIft si button conns off two f woar E will sty yon 10 conts Dont you think that iis And more If you find that tlip ttrousersI should lip at the seams or the the seat pI tin hips we will I I pay you a dollar or a Tee to gen you a1 new pair of trousers Sent irtarFOB SAIE ATFlFl AHBERCrdbriiiiI I l w f iif I rrr r0 o o o STATIONS Speaking of capital punishment a writer in the American Journal of Sciology declares that the killing of I criminals does not benefit society while life imprisonment merely lays an extra burden on the public By way of mak iug the for murder fit the crime he urges that every condemmed murderer should be turned over to the doctors to be experimented upon until he dies In support of this proposition the writer makes a long and serious argu ment Among other things he shows I how many hundreds of thousands of people are dying annually of diseases which might be cured if the scientist had a human experiment station where they could try all sorts of proposed I remedies It does not answer the pur pose to try new medicine upon animals and the idea of buing experimented i upon is not popular among patients There is the says the writer for making the coudemuied murderer repay a part of tho debt that he owes to society Let him be expert nneuted upon with new serums and potions until he dies Do you use Soap If so we sell Kirks Shandon Bell at lOc regular price 15c Kirks Juvenile I Soap very tine IHc regular price 25c I Colgate Gerosa Soap very fine 10e regular price 25c Pears Soap finest Soap made 15c 2 for 25 regular price tc Knapps Glycerene absolutely pure only 5c WILSONS STORE f B s 8 n1 ae I 41 VI 1ttIII1 I Irr yd Iyd II I vim pniii durinjr months fHir waistband hereby t TORTURE punishment opportunity BOOK P6GIGIGfl TO BE SEEN T is plain to be seen that U International Suits are perfect suits One look is enough to tell you THAT One suit is enough to convince you Ofcourse you do not need to mayjudgeplace your order For the fun of the thing just call on our dealer and see what The International Tailoring Co of New York and Chicago has to offer You will find hun dreds of patterns to choose fromstyles that are perfect I youVisit H C AMBERG 1 == H i2 r tta t i iD Oar 11- E 1YiTdE MONEY BACK IFY Ji YOUrii A HE NOT SATISFIED J wV vaur satisfied timtonuMs and v want you to know lend I111hn1 you1 1mvt the I li11Ii UfYI t11I1lIlIlg aiiy aKiHe purdiascd at this roliabloI hou 1ifi r vou uv Hot IIfjHIII1HII 1 11 will hPPlm1hltfUl1cl tIll mow 111 ttttlltlllt jiff ml tiiimikotliw lilxMal offer If1e didift know that can- It11 S r aIIIII jI11 WCI g- Iltr wr iSpecialLanga 1 5MO4 yards Valenciennes Lat 1 t j inches widf with in Ttinji to match z Ipll yard fK- OlMi yard lint Toivhon Lace assorted patterns J to I inches wide with insertingt- o to illatehe3per v 4o yard Cream Silk Lace 1 to I iUChwiel assort Ill Itattel11 o- rperYItl OC jO yards Black Silk Lace to 1 in wide assorted f acydpattern per These laceire allnca patterns and are worth from 10 to ii5 cents Had to buy 2000 yards to get tthem at the price llint no mneh the better lor YOtlI Tia Ors3ts 15I Bargains 100S frontn 0Xowsole1f i 1Itl 1 1 I1lI1dktjr1lif 5C 111tlllalitV Ppn1l ltnttOIS1UZ5C IU cO AJMBRD11 Sr J T t LDR Qf TXfli ZIW LO1 4 a pacn S s TOM COLE HANGED A r CLINTON FOR THE MUR DER OF EMMA Mc CORRY f Dlinton Ky April n Tom Coir colored was hanged at 12 40 odok today for the murder of Emma JltcGorrv- on January Jt ShtritT Donthitt ad justed the rope Th r4ult mild uiuu was shacklod an l Jailor Spiccr held a nine tied to his legs Death was caused by strangulation the drop failing to break his neck Colo met his fate game 1ly He mad a speech from the scaffold saving he had rlpNllfllur his sins nnn tucked those present to niwt him iu heaven Last Monday aftrtllll at Iii urgent request Cole was tteu t Rill 1I pond and in the p1vo4laff IrL large crowd n- luople white bhiek Itv lFaulkner of the colored Baptist ihunh adminis Ned the ordinance of baptist and re calved him int4 the communion of the churchA crowd was in town but 41117 fifty persons wituessiHl thXtI1Uflll NO NOFENCE ELECTION The petitions gotten up and nu nvrouslv signed by voters of this coun ty and tile 1 with the o antv Judges asking that an election in ordered to obtain the tense of the lJltopof Fnl ton county as to HPTiyin tht provid iiOls of tu sock law c iiiiiuily known as the No luc law were overruled by the county JndiriJ that iis in 887 that ThehrI Judges decision wts right and proper under tit law in fart he cad tl1 1 no thing else as the Courier iis cwipl teiit lyI advised The petitions asked for a vote applying to the whol county whereas it appears the the Madrid Bend precinct held such an election last November which precludes that pre cinct from voting em Ithe proposition for four years The only way to now reach a vote is by separate jxtitions trom each separate precinct and this separate act ion voold insure defeat For those rea sonS the petitioners will abandon the effort for tho pre onr with the expecta tion of renewing it for the whole coun ty when the four year limit expires =Quo fare to New Orleans Ln and re turn via the Mobile and Ohio R 1L account Southern Baptist Convention May 9tttlGth Tickets on sale May 7 R ard 9 limited to Juno 20 for return I This rate will aply via Mobile For I further information see your nearest ticket agent or E B Blair T P A id i H fi I I TheI stronger and broadestI guiniit ewer iuid in be half of any corner ie4 the ore made for R t G Evnry It iO G Corset iis std with thc undetsUnding that mutt Rivei satisfaction in every way i We guarantee R U corset I I I styles of the R S G corsets any shape or stvlw01i may I wish Ar w 4 i- Rt i LtnI I i p The Secret of Success d Young John D Ro kffller son of the riehest man in the United State r eiitJy delivered an address before the pupils of Booker Washingtons Tuslce gfn shtlIami ho gave the c lured youth som sound advire which young white incn may follow with profit Snid Mr UiMkfcller I Ii not itiHin t to do iiyy work j then fills tJfyour lund WheB 1 went icTo iy lathers other 1 was willing i 1110y sort of work they wanted nett to dn oven if it were pother on HIV fu I th rs shots I didnt rare hew humble it was I wanted to Ingiu at the hot tote stud leant Do not he afraid to make a lowly beginning I once assisted a young man to get a- IICHiuOll He remained in it two days I leftIy aril I quit IiItm tIM old to be sweep jug th floor A roan iSiever too old to do any sort of work IIt H hyIdoing the work that is at hand that we become useful and stuceossful SineeeK como by doing the common evejjjdjiy thins of life un commonly well iJo the little everyday I duties of life without a murmur Do l Ihornl well Ttiat is sncces ryi I IFROM STATE LINE vine t tao fact that jthe farm ers are so busy planting corn business iis very dull around our little town Parker Shuff who has been danger ously sick for tho past two weekwo are glad to note is improving i iDr wrl Mri A S Dftbney of Union City visited Mr Mag Jacon last week Dr mill Jlt1 W Prat her ot Wood laud Mills visited Mrs Alary1 Prather lastSundayLeonard Maddox and Drew Ba you two of State Line charming young men visited near the Lake last Sunday i afternoonEld N Glover will fill Iris regular appointment Mt Ilennon Sunday at II oclock Everyone has a cordial in vitation to attend Sue Maddox Mrs Mary PratherI IMrsEmily Thomas anti Miss Mollie Shuck have returned front Union City after having represented the Mt Her congregation at the South Western I1 ssjsiontime and great interest being manifest ed Our Sunday school in tho afternoon i is on a boom continues to grow with presentpastorShotFer for L two weeks series of meet ing beginning on tho first Lords Day in July wo expect to accomplish great success Wishing the Courier abundant sue cess will como again next week liussTKuss r for Gash OnIn Ladies Misses and Chi Irons Slippersi that were carried i over from last season that I soM lr MII 1 ItlI to 2 fit i or SI I JII J i Old Shoes that sold from 1101 to I do ni1v50cToo and 100 Woo 1 Challies light groan with dark 20 35c e Wol DraJs Good s from 20 j 111 to 5t1now per yarl JLUL Good quality of Ginghams 5eper yard 4 l I I J It r a 1 t j i i I i ii PASSED THROUGH THE FIRE I I Mr W W Meadows iLollire Saturday morning a diamond that has surely stood the test During the burning of his block the gem was part of the property lost in the tire Mr Meadows knowing about where the sparkler was lot had the dirt hauled jp his home and carefully siftei He findingit t found iti dirr coining front the hottest part of the tire the gem showed no sign of damage a id was as good as when it clung from the hands of the cutter It Is valued at 1 5Fnlton Leader ONE SOLITARY WOMAN A woman has been arrested in Den votingtherecord Women have been voting in Colorjmo for eight years in Kansas for fourteen in Idaho and Utah for live and in Wyoming for thirty two If during this time only one woman has been charged with fraudulent voting it hs a pretty good record A great many mon in Denver are charged with having voted fraudulently at this same election 201 men are under indictment for election frauds in St Louis alone while at u recent election in Philadelphia the number of frau n lent votes cast is said to have amounted up into tins thousands There is hardly a largo city in which more or less illegal voting does not go on Ii =HQRN3EAK Tics HOKNUKAK TKNS April 28 01 J CitleN1Utd r onWhatMemphisTueslay ElizabethIlornbeakTuesdayMr y 1 WaverlyPennWednesdayMr LeliaJoultrland Sunday in our town Miss Myrtle Mathews of Pierce Stju was the guest of Miss Dora GrilFeth this week i lirstIcongregationMr misfortoneMrs 1111 i ir Green is on the sick list theBaptist r MADAM Guuxnr eDull Fnish Photo only 200 per SatlsfactonSubscribe for The COURIER lY l t F r I ir- Wr t TT T = V WS v ij K i haEE- I ELLISONS Offer for the e = COMING WEEK SpeciallyGood Things in = s WASH 3 abmss DRESS = 04741J 0sJ GOODS mss D0At 5c e COrded Lawns VnlthSCt ago i ui cI 4This is a nood quality1 of cloth 11sttlrunning throiurh it 01111n tho different colors ofback grounds Light Blue He liotlOIWrhitp Dark Blue etc = r lalgeaudsmall figuresand IHs Makes up as prettily as the cloths r j costing twice as muoh tl Y fi At 7c iOc I2lc and I5c 4J cIP = we show an immense assortment of Lawns Batistes Dimities 3ietctt IllEti wgyp cu fc Korah Pongees rJ6 IJcIYoull1 thinkit1 I H silk1 J butt Iif itt wearsff aw =i well and much choapor 4- wr We are pricing it at the extreme f ly low price of Z9i i r- r i ESpecial 3i4i Embroidery Sale i ji At 5c 7 12c IOc and 12 Il2c Fine opmll = r ity Hainlor r beautiful work and =handsome patterns IfHadto buy a quantity to enable t us to sell then at these prices They are worth double the money s 41 Notionsi i and Little Things 4 4 I Clarks 200 Yard Spool I Cotton 2 Spools for 5e E ladies Belts 10 and 15e = = ladies Vests 5c Ladies all Pure Linen- Hemstitched 3 i Handkerchiefs 3t = One Hem Se Two Hems IOc = t E Yard Wide Brown Domestic 4 cents a Yard t LP W S ELLISON i ia4W= 75 Local and Personal Ueo c Bud spent the latter part of last week in St Louis Mr W M MeDaniel of Crystal was in the city this week Mis Polhamus Dorena Mo was in till iity this wool shopping Mrs Elmo Keevfis is visiting in Fill j ton and Llama City this week Tin Embroidery Clnb meets with Mrs Kutlie Ellison this evening Dr ltliiey will preach at the Chris han church Sunday All are invited aftii Mis KJ1 Mays of Oayce I I1riu the city this week trading lr1 JD Brown and wife of Mos cow were in the city this week trading Mrs Andv Reeves of Luxora Ark is visiting r + hitive 5 and friends in Ificlc lUilllMr John 11J IIilt of near Union City visited his laughter Mrs J IIX Price last week- Mtg Barks ulo and daughter of near Woodland Mills wcro in town shopping this week i Mr and Mrs Fen Nichols of Cottage Grove Teun visited relatives In the j city this week I gameii j tlnsrvi ning in WrU litrlimun between the Fats and Lmini VAltl WIDE imOVVX DOMESTIC jfnrt1 rents at 1JALTBII HOODS Mr Will Uinford of Topoka Kaih+ t1 i vijitrd his old1 huine alii friends in Hickiuaii LI I lay1 Mr L IP IllIIot LiFayettc Christian Count Iy Hj visiting his bmthr Mr JlJ V Ptircell Mi Adli Williams of Crystal IVuii is visiting Mr and Mrs C lHagau near town this week trwndollcPIuR old friends here Friday and Saturday 3There were more Plano Harvest ins Machinery sold last year in Ubion County than any other kind and gave pcrftrt tafisfaTiou Call atilt examine C K BAUER Asjt Dill at Hint on last Saturday R II Emerson Known HS Uncle Bob Ho was 75 years old a genial good hearted man Carillon Nnall a Ciiro n gro cnarged with stealing at Fulton wiw lodged inI jail Iv Marshal Loamlcr Robertson iturda I Th Fats and Lau will play their opening game of Base Ball on Friday afternoon May Ird at 2fcJ oVIuck in West HikmuitI Evervliodv invited to aft1Il1 I IOur t1iH for Spring atw of such dis tinctly NVvV Styles and art different frmii others variety that they must in- tre ton AMBER Itt sideol M1 tKilllr asChiff Kxjcn torufthenilinl H Ixiir jnvord dt u grand and I rlJ U phil ivreption in his pruirfss thn uvrh thv S niMi which iis ns it iiould IIrv i 1C are KJad to know that Bun ILtnkttt wh was severely burned nt j tli Ilirxlle Fat a few a ekago iis I able to be out uguui hou Uarnei Mrs Goo Donald Miss Annie Dotinld Mr 1D D Kirk awl wife of Clayton were in the city this this week shopping It dot make a hit of difference whether you area huger or a looker WI are pleased to have you look at our storks AMBEIUJS Pity the new remedy for costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets Every Ibox guaranteed Price 25 Oowgilldru I The census enumerator apX intcd lby I the iroverniiHiit to RCO how many soul there here in Union City ntnorteil l I funilyIto a job it iis desirable1 to have I I it done to ones own liking ifhl large iron grain and general1 j warehouse of IJP L W S Ellison on the river was almost destroyed by lire Sunday morning There was a large i amount of corn hay tour Ac stowed j I in it and the greater part is a total loss I I TIll insurance house iI jj on was tiOOOOI I I i i tIlliI j 1lhe IU Rev Bishop Dudley preached1 j I 11wIf I I I ii consecrating the church was performed i and at night tho right of confirmation j was administered to two candidates I Our friend D W Dickinson takes thei i i i premium for the earliest homo rown strawberries which ho sent tho Conricr Saturday the 27th He reports indica tions for a heavy crop light crop of j i i bloomI I I pearii HAVE YOU SEEN THE LATEST- in Photographs If not call at RoseI dales Photo 0 allan I i Iflwj Sous of Confederate Veterans of ilemphisIj tho boat here Commandeut H L By jj j until says that he was endeavoring to make arrangements to have his f pany go that way so that COUlII i might have a home on the boat in lcmpllLII i i Ih5ci Florence X oman who has been i a great sufferer from muscular rheuma I tism says Chamberlains Pain Balm iis relier1Missdent of tho village of Gray X Yautlmakes this statement for the benefit i j others similarly alllicted This ofII j j Cowgilldruggists i i Dr S K Davidson will leave on the 14th for Paducah to attend the Tri I KentuckyIndiana I there to Louisvill to the Kentucky StateI Dental Association aria will bo absen- until the 27th of May Dr Davidson has been selected as clinic before both these conventions and will illustrate certain Dental operations and work be fore both bodies GarDO terS 1 Gaten Ii Captures Bill Jolmson Who Killed Bill 9 Lawson i J Also Rob Thompson the Boot logger j Deputy Sheriff George CarptntprI having located Bill Johnson who killed Bill Lawson iiiUickiuan several months since III M tsar i j i proceedediaid ot Illinois officers captured him and now has hUll safely lodged in jail ntjlMound City Johnson refused to re I turn without a requisition and Carpen ter has forwarded the nocossarv paper i to tho Governor of Kentucky laid thence i I to the Governor ot Illinois It is there Johusonlwilltho May tern of our Circuit Court I rI tho proof and circumstances of the killI j fug turn ont to bIas strong as report I has It iit will conji very near being a f tangIIIguae On this expedition for the capture of II Johnson CnriHnter ran upt on Itobj Thompson at Moniut J1 nnction who is charged with bjotlegginK and who j some wcote since tfiCUptoc from Jailor j Noouoti nut arrvtetl him Thomi son i consented to return without a r qpiii i tiun nod is now in the county jail i IHlSPltlIWJI W In NUllll To my friouds in and around Jhick man lexjwct to be in Ilickuian on the i huh of pity fiu deliver a llecture tm The Bright Stdo of Life This lecture is Khan BnpUit in dmrohII I I will ImTO no time to remain over as j I will 10 on my way to the j Juthcorl1IHantisttCOHveiition at Xew I trust 15ltail have the plPdiUIt ofsc eiug ouch of you at The le tnre Then the ladies who aro struggling so heroically I to robnild their church would apple elate your presence very much Dont fail to ooine nod bring your friends I Yours fraternally W D NOWIIV I I L DID YOU EVER SEE A Platino Photo Ib iedale makes the Genuine Plutim or Carbon iiuishcdf Pilot I i IRIVER REPORT The llirar tit Hickmau wus on a stand yMcte day and iis crtuin t rillin io lny All tii3 uuu r rivers ir fallin null the r i peHx iru nIv t hatII the fufthvilt bu rtaid and all thu suli I toergedlnnds clear within th x i W days t rhettiltt etpress s mtnv thinki lui tin IrnJleal Ryst r a the utnuof his 13wh iiiHilerei1 lnl1IiMs hlrthclt1Ptht Irtout ot t lar I Ikr- i C IqfoLI pnsidniof ttht MII gd1r w tv 111 lliuitiiiu Vi lay I to the couimeoceui IIII thtdr p uu t Hickman and it is under I 8toorifnot wrtrk will commence at once I mI iu RLEICIIEO DOMESTIC nt 4r at KALTZKRUUDD3 s1Halesor for UiO 7tli Ky regiment and will I attend theRrunioa Ht Mempni i Mn Tesio W Harper left on Str j i I I j Peters Lee last Snudw eu route tar Shr vepur Lu to join her ImsUuxl i who hatlern there several wwks i j They will probably miku there future j I hume near that city jI Mr Wilt U indie Rob Weatherlj and i lingo Fetlict Ilickinan boys who hive j been soldiers iu the Ihitlipines ar ev pouted house front the war on the in outing steamer which sails tram Manila about Miy 6th I Your feat certainly feel the comfort that comes from wearing Shoes that tit and are comfortable If you know well fitting Shot in will appreciate our I new line AMRBKCSI John A McOluhi the agent in Fulton county for Inturnalional Stock Food haiuhMl us this week one of their finely illustrated stock lwlts which is certain Ily a work ol art Jtml should be in the hands of every farmer in Fulton couu ty The hook is Worth twice the amount paid for a package yf Stock Food but is given away free to ovary one haying a package ill the next 30 lays Their ad ii vertisemont appears elsewhere j I FOR SI HIj j Early Trluniili SPed rotator jjc per j i bushel JOHN A McCLURE i ol5 Troy Ave lhckmanIi Kentucky i i Few people urn sewage that in the I I mountains of North Carolina there ex j ists an Indian republic whoso govern milit is Ijuito ontsile the jurisdiction of I the state or the United States Mr I Laudon Knight IMS visited this little republic in the interest of the Womnos j j Route Companion and his description i i i of it will appear iu the Tune number i fully illustrated with photographsI j is with a gool deal of pleasure and I 1IT toat 1 recommend Cham I Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea ii Kcutedytys Druggist A W Saw tolle I j iof Hartford Conn j Irherc 1ct another heroine in the I land In Sioux City Miss Lizzie Colt man a school teacher whoso flock was itIimperiled blrji tined hitched her school 1 knew it was afloat AgtITraffic Manager Smith Assfc Gen I W L Danlev Supr 1eojiliw Supt Hill Col Killebormj Tray Freight Agent E B Tcachout orthe N C St L Ry were in Hickman Wednesday to HenseltMfg Plant in resird to ratty to that plant I I r i Have1 a dozen P srrys Dull Finish Photo youOrr a 7tliR3 AV n y- t jct f y 4j t tisP a What We are Doing j 1 We are showing everybody who deals with us that up i I Wilcithrt tt- r w On Shirts Ties Hosieryr Underwear is a small saving JJtWIp k On Suits and Trousers which you buy there are larger savings J j t OHAtothere is quite a saying and so on through everything sell I r yicuittyrt 1 I t iiiBE1iq3 Mr 4 Kt J VJuu t tJ I iGc I r FOR THE BEST IN CROCERIES I 8 i rr Go where they all go who atithe LOWEST PRfQBS TO Rogers Threlkelds UPTODATE CROciE2 I W irri NOS Ou STAND TLf1oocisf Delivered Free III II viintonI Street j 4J l I otophone1 1 4i-t HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS r rATzttrtt lS TOM DILLON St Propr 0tSprCMN t II Kut sir1 d I MarbleI and Granite Monumentsii O IT K IB X 3ST Gr STONEI WO UK of ill Kinds IlIIO FENi1G1c1 K zckx Sin5roaJ MEMPHIS PACKET a FOR REUNION LKAVfiS IlirKMAN UAYIhi AT S OCLOCK 111- A 1 I i j letter from R W Wwe SupTiiitiut d nt of the Memphis Cinciunsiti wadII New Orleans Pnk C5o to Henry Mfo fett concerning tin trip of the Sunshine to Metiiiiiu for the Fors Camp May 2JSU gives thin folluwiiig infuruiittion Thos df = iriii t ttkad vanUse of this trip iiinsf notify Mr M ret sis early as possible to M ire state rooms Referring to the Oou federate Ke un ion at Memphis Our plan is to have the Steamer Suushino take this i x ur siou leaving Cincinnati Thursday May 23 due at Hickman about Sundae May- O about S p in tine iu Memphis on the morning of May 23 I the first day of the Ilounion sip remain in port in Memphis Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday tho three dayI of the noun ion and leave Memphis on the return trip Thursday evening nfc 5 CMilock thus giving our ronnd trip passengers three full Suva in port at Memphis Knowing the city of Memphis will be overcrowded and the hotels there will charge enormous prices anti that it will be impossible For many people tosecure priseatceomodittionswe have thought it best 10 have onr boat remain in port at Memphis during the three days of the reunion to take weeitrowill charge from Hickman to Memphis SlSO one way SOUO round trill One avay rates will include utenls und slccp- I ruse aecomodatioiis en route Hound sleepIhoard boat while iu port ut liomphis We will if ue sumo printixl matter later jami send you acopyUnion City 4Courier P S IOORE lATTORNEYATLAW HICKUAA KENTUCKY Oflice partner of Judge lIo F Poulc+ y Saved Ills lpgty P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga snfforwi for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg hut vritea that iJucklens Arnica Salve wholly cund It in live days For Uluers Wounds Piles it is the best salvo iu th world Cure guaranteed Only 25c SoW by Cowgill Cowgill d i InlarnHtinnal SiOUX F Onri ti 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOODfAYIoIfj Vol TillI KD IT t rIt w soiii on a positive guarantee If i it doe 4 no do what is rlaimed for it yr nr IIIIiy will IK r funded Now is the time to use it as Spring isi apprw Mill and your horses system nuderjro s a charge We will not lengthen this advertise ment hut ion the next 30 days will give the INTERNATIONAL STOCK BOOH illnstntted with ovar 1S3 Largo Colored Engravings that cost upwards of SIJ 4 0K00 to pro lace Book isM by 61 m contains description and engravings of different breed of horses cattle sheep lugs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will sue yo i hundreds of dollars as m practical ruterent e book This bOok tells nil about International Stock Food You gcl it with a package of food if yon hay inside of HO days from me personally tt- J 0 A MCCLURE 51U Troy Avo Hickman Ky Orders Loft atar Shaws Dept Store 1 will receive prompt attention NEWrJ Very soon the pmrtic will have some new spring stylos in postage stamps and these will be the most rtrtistieserie3 h ever lulled from the depiirtment The denominations subject color 1 eds ute of ouch sl oflicially describ followsll One cent lake steamer green fast lake Navigation Two cent railway train red Past ex- Press Hour cent automobile red brown automobile r Five cent steel arch bridge blue bridge at Niagara Falls Eight ceut ship canal took lilac canal locks at Sault Ste Marie t lightbrown W J y oi- IC r L 1 B TIlE ANTS WISDOM Useful Lessons We May Learn from the Little Insect Dr TalBiagc Draw an Inferential Sermon from a Itralm Seldom Utilized for Moral or lle- liBiou larpo e Copyright 1301 by Louis KlopscfT X T1 Washington April SIll this dis course Dr Talmage draws his illustrations from a realm seldom util ized for moral and religious pur GoPto the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and be wise which haying no guide overseer or ruler providcth her meat in the summer and gather cth her food in the harvest Time most of Solomons writings hare perished They have gone out of existence as thoroughly as the 20 books of IMiny and most of the books of Aeschylus and Euripides and Varro and Quintilian Solomons Song and Ecclesiastes and Proverbs preserved by inspiration are a small part of his voluminous productions lie was a great scientist One verse in the Bible suggests that lie was a botanist a zoologist an ornitholo gist an ichthyologist and knew all about reptilia 1 Kings iv 33 He spake of trees from the cedar tree that is in Lebanon even unto the hyssop that springeth omit of the wall he spake also of bexsts and of fowl and of creeping things and of I fishcs Besides all those scientific works he composed 3000 proverbs I and 1003 songs Although Solomon lived long before the microscope was constructed he was also an insectologlst and watched and describes the spider build its suspension bridge of silk from tree to tree calling it the sldllIfulwall of the throncrooai in Jerusalem c i moldnI with her hands and is in kings pnl aces But he is especially interest I ed in the ant and recommends its habits as worthy of study and imi tation saying Go to the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and be wise which having no guide overseer or ruler provideth her meat in the summer and gathereth her food in the harvest Hut it was not until about 300 years ago when Jan Swammerdam the son of an apothecary at Amsterdam Hoi land began the study of time ant under powerful lens that the full force of Solomons injunction was understood The great Dutch scientist in his examination of the insect in my text discovered as great a display of the wisdom of God in its anatomy as astronomers discover in the heavens and was so absorbed and wrought upon by the wonders he discovered in the ant and other insects that body and mind gave waysand lie expired at 43 years of age a martyr of the great science of in sectology Xo one but God could have fashioned a the insect spoken of in the text or given it such genius of ins stinct its wisdomi for harvesting at I I 1 the right time its wonders of anten 1mae by which it gathers food and of mandibles which instead of the mo tion of the human jaw up anti down l in mastication move from side to j side its nervous system its en larging doors in hot weather for more sweep of breeze its mode of attackand defense closing the gate at night against bandit invaders its purification of the earth for human residence its social life its republican government with its consent of the governed its maternal fidel- ities the habit of these creatures of gathering now and then under the dome of the ant hillock seemingly in consultation and then departing to execute their different missions But Solomon would not commend all the habits of the ant for some of them are as bad as some of the hab t+ its of the human race Some of these c mall creatures are desperaddes and murderers Now and then they mar shal themselves into hosts and march t in straight line and come upon an en campment of their own race and de- L troy its occupants except the captivity x cout any such captives they are not permitted to enter but are sent forth conquestSolomon such sanguinary behavior among in sects any more than he would have commended sanguinary behavior among men These little creatures have sometimes wrought fearful damage and they have undermined a town in New Granada which in time may drop into the abyss they have Icing for it But chat are the habits which Sol would saysSways be wise First of all providence forethought anticipation of coming necessities 1 am sorry to say these qualities are not characteristic of all ants These creatures of God are divided into Therlatter are not frugal but the former are frugal While the air is warm byicei cargoes of food They brinj in their caravan of provisions they haul inr their long train of wheat or corn or oats The farmers are not more busy in July and August in reaping their harvest than are the ants busy in July and August reaping their rtzf iirvcsU They stack them away they pile them up they question when they have enough They aggrc cde a sufficient amount to last them y until the next warm season When winter opens they are ready Blow f we wintry blastel Hang your icicles t 4 a from the tree branches Imbed ell the 11 snowdriftseoEnough for all the denizens of the hills Hunger shut out and plenty sits within Sod who feedeth every living thing has blesseu the ant hill In contrast with that insectile behavior what do you think of that large number of prosperous men and women who live up to every dol lar that theymake raising their families in luxurious habits and at death expecting some kind friend to rive their daughters employment as music teachers or typewriters or gov ernment employes1 Such parents have no right to children Every neighborhood has specimens of such improvidence The two words that most strik me in the text are summer and winter Some people have no summer in their lives From the rocking cradle to the still grave ini cident or dimness of eyesight or dullness of hearing or privation or disaster or unfortunate environment make life a perpetual winter But in most lives there is a period of summer al though it may be a short summer and that is the time to provide for the future One of the 1 best ways of insuring the future iis to put aside all you can for charitable provision You put a crumhbling stone in the foundation of your fortune if you do not in your plans regard the sufferings that you mummy allcvintp You will have the j pledge of the high heavens for your j temporal welfare when you help timeij helpless for the promise is Blessed I is he that conxidcrcth the poor The Lord will deliver him in time of trouble Then there is another way of providing for the future If you have 1000 a year income save 100 I or 52000 a year save 300 or 3000 I save 1000 Do you say suih econ omy is meanness I say it is a vaster meanness for you to nuke no pro vision for the future and compel your friends or the world to take care of yon or yours in ease of be reavement or calamity Going out of this world without Ileaving a dollar for those who remain behind if yon have clone your best you have a right to put your head1 in calm confidence on the pil low which Jeremiah shook up in the fortyninth chapter of his prophecy Leave thy fatherless children I will preserve thorn alive and let thy wid ows trust in im But if roving the means through mortgages or houses or life insurance for providing for helpless widowhood and orphanage you make no provision for post mor tem need how dare you go and take a palace in Heaven and let your wife and children go to the ponrhouse or into a struggle for bread that miikfs life a horror and sometimes ends in suicideBut subject reaches higher thin temporalities foresight for the soul provision for eternal experience preparation for the for beyond Ant hills speak out amid teach us a larger and mightier lesson of preparing food for the more impor tant part of us Do you realize that a man may hn millionaire or a multimillionaire for time and aI bankrupt for eternity a prince Cora few years and a pauper forever The ant would not be satisfied with gathering enough food for half a winter or quarter ofa winter But how many of us seem content though not having prepared for the ten milluonth part of what will be our existence Put yourself in right relations to time Christ of the ags1 through Him seek pardon for all onI have ever done wrong and strength ij for all you will be called to endure and there will be no force in life or death or eternity to discomfit you I declare it There is enough of transforming and strengthening power in Christ for both hemi sphcres Furthermore go to the ant and consider that it does not decline work because it is insignificant Time fragment of seed it hauls into its habitation may be so small that the urtided e cannot see it but the in sectile work goes on the carpenter ant fit work above ground the ma son nut at work underground Some of these creatures mix the leaves of the fir and the catkins of the pine for time roof or wall of their tiny abode and others go out as hunters looking for food while others in do mestic duties stay at home Twenty specks of the food they are moving toward their granary put on a bal ance would hardly make the scales quiver All of it work on a small scale There is no Use in our refusing a mission because it is insignifi cant Anything that God ii Ills providence puts before us to do is impor tant The needle has its office as certainly as the telescope and the spade as a parliamentarian scroll There is no need of our wasting time and energy in longing for some other sphere There are plenty of people to do the big and resounding work of the church and the world No lack of brig adier generals or master Guilders or engineers for bridging Niagaras or tunneling Rocky mountains For every big enterprise of the world a dozen candidates What we want is private soldiers in the common ranks masons not ashamed to wield a trowel candidates for ordinary work to be done in ordinary ways in ordinary places Right where we are there is something that God would have us do Let us do it though it may seem to be as unimportant as the rolling of a hillOFurthermore go to the ant and con sider its indefatigableness If by the accidental stroke of your foot or the removal of a timber the cities of the insectile world arc destroyed instantly they go to rebuilding They do not sit around moping At it again in a second Their fright immediately gives way to their industry And if our schemes of usefulness plnsofdiscour agement As large ant hills as have ever been constructed will be con structed again Put your trust in God and do your duty and your best days are yet to come You have never heard such songs as yon will norhavesuchgland abode as you will yet occupv and all the worldly treasures you have lost are nothing compared with the opu lence that you will yet own if you love and trust the Lord Paul looks you in the face and then waves his hand toward a Heaven full of palaces arcJourSothis life cominglifere- build as well as you can knowing that indmtryfaitreward will more than make up Persistence is the lesson of every ant hill Waste not a moment in useless regrets or unhealthy repining Men fret them selves down but no man ever vet fretted himself up Make the obstacles in your way your coadjutors as nIl those have who have accomplished anything worth accomplishment Furthermore go to the ant and learn the lesson of Godappointed or der The being who taught the insect how to build was geometer as well as architect The paths inside that little home radiate from the door with as complete arrangement as ever the boulevards of a city radiated from a circleihmerfeet turning out for nothing If n timber lie in the way they climb over it It there be house or barn in the way they march through it Order in archi tect uril structure order in government order of movement order of expedition So let us all observe this Godappointed rule and take satisfac tion in the fact that things arc not at loose ends in this world If there is a Divine regulation in a colony or re public of inserts is there not a Divine regulation in the lives of immortal men and women If God cares for the least of His creatures and shows theme how to provide their meat in the summer and gather their food in the harvest will He not he interested in matters of human livelihood and intho guidance of human affairs I preach the doctrine of u particular Provi dence Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing and yet not one of them is forgotten before God Are ye not of more value than many sparrows Let there be order in our individual lives order in tin family order in the church order in the state In all the world there is no room for anarchy But we lime in times when there are so many flashings There seems al most universal unrest Large fortunes swallow up small fortunes Civilized nations trying to gobble up barbaric nations Ipheaval of creeds and people who once believed everything row believing nothing Thi old book that Moses began and St John ended bombarded from sclent ffifc ob servatories and college classrooms Amid all this disturbance and under tainty that which want good people need is nut u stimulus hot n sedative and in nmw text I fimi it Divine ob servation and guidance of minutest affair And nothing is to God large or small planet or ant lullthe God who easily wade tin worlds employing Ills infinity in time wondrous con struction of a spiders foot But before we leave this subject let us thank God for those who are 1 willing to endure the fatigues and i j srlfsarrifices necessary to make rev- elationIi of the natural world so rcen forcing the Scriptures If the micro scope could speak hat a story it could tell of hardship and poverty and suffering and perseverance on the part of those who employed it for important discovery It would tell of the ilimled eyes of M Strauss of the Hubers and of scores of those who after inspecting the minute oh ets of Gods cnaion staggered out from their cabinets with vision destroyed This hour in many a pro lessors study time work of putting eyesight on the altar of science is going i on And what greater loss can one suffer than the toss of eyesight unless it be loss of reason While the telescope is reaching farther down both are exclaiming There is a God and He is infinitely wise and infinitely good Worship Him and wor ship Him forever And now I bethink myselfof the fact that we are close to a season of the year which will allow us to be more out of doors ana to confront the lessons of the natural world and there are voices that seem to say Go to the ant go to the bird go to time flowers go to the fields go to the waters Listen to the cantatas that drop from the gallery of the tree tops Notice in the path where you walk the lessons of industry and Divine guidance Make natural re ligion a commentary on revealed re ligion Put the glow or sunrise and sunset into your spiritual experi ences Let every star speak of the morning star of the Redeemer and every aromatic bloom make you think of Him who is the Hose of Sharon and the Lily of the Valley and every overhanging cliff remind you of the flock of Ages and every morning suggest the dayspring from on high which giveth light to those who are in darkness and even the little hillock built by the roadside or in the fields reminds you of the wisdom of imitating in temporal and spiritual things the inscctile fore thought which having no guide overseer or ruler provideth her meat in the summer and gathereth her food in the harvest lion Could lie Indeed i She llow dare you spear tp ihe when you dont know me 41 He Well how am I going totknotr TOWI1Topics SPRING CATARRH MAKES PEOPLE WEAK AND NERVOUS mn nn Miss Anna Bryan a favorite cousin of William Jennings Bryan is well known socially in Washington D C where she has a host of friends Miss Bryan recently studied music ai tairmount Seminary of Washington D C In a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio she says 1459 Florida Avenue N IV Washington D C The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen At the solicitation of a friend I began some weeks ago to take your Peruna and I now feel like a new person I take pleasure in rccomacnding it to all who want a good tonic and a permanent cure for catarrh Anna Bryan BERTHA KOCKLER 177 MRS street Brooklyn N Y writes Peruna and Manalin have done me very great service and I recommend them with pleasure to all who suffer with nervous catarrh of the stomach as r did Should such a disease ever attack me again I shall immediately take Peruna I now feel very well and have a good appetite all the time I have gained in weight I recommended Pc runa to an acquaintance of our and he is making remarkable progress I looked so badly for a time before I be gan your medicine that now when I meet some of my friends they says I was very much worried about you but now you are looking so well I shall always keep Peruna and Manalin in the house as family medicines Mrs Bertha Kockler troublesu bad breath bad Mood +vind Use Mtomaclit bloated foul ca Pimples pales after catinr liver sallow complexion and v lien your move regu larly you arc side Conlpatton Kill more than nil other diseases toziUor It a starter for tho chronic allmcitt and Ions yearn ofBuffering that come aftenvard Xo whatana you start CASCAII TS for you will never set well bo well all tbo limo you put your right Take our start with CASCABEXS today under aa absolute suar I aRk to care or rcftmded C4 TiFt 7111 Thousands of Fair Women An Never Without Peruna The National Catarrh Remedy Miss Marie Coats President of the Applcton Young Ladies Club writer the following concerning Truna Appleton Wis The Peruna Medicine Columbus 0 Gentlemen I find Pcruna an excellent spring and summer medi c i n e and am glad to call the attention of inv friends to it When that languid tired feeling comes lover you and j noIlonger goodandsmallannoyances II ritate you Pe runa win make I you feel like another person inside ot a week I have now used it for three seasons and find it very reliable and efficacious Marie Coats i Mrs A 1 Wetzel 21 South 17th street Terre Haute Ind writes Peruna is the greatest medicine on earth I feel well and that tired feel ing is all gone When I began to take norillarsmell and hear When I began your treatment my head was terrible all sorts of buzzing chirping and loud noises months ago I dragged around like a snail now r can walk as briskly as ever I am to go and see the doctor that said I was not ilong for this world and tell him that II Peruna cured meMrs Al1 Wetzel i If all the tired women and all the I nervous women and all the women that needed a tonic would read and heed the words of these three fair la dies who have spoken right to the point how many invalids would be prevented and how many wretched lives be made happy Pcruna restores in a normal way Tcruna puts right all the mucous membranes of the body and in this ways restores the functions of ever organIf is the stomach that is out of ors der and the digestion impaired Pe runa quickly makes things by storing the mucous membrane of thin stomachIf nerves tingle if the brain is tired if the strength is flagging and the circulation of blood by flabby mucous membranes of the di gestive organs Peruna reaches the spot at once by giving to these mem branes the vfiity and activity which belongs to theta The pelvic organs also lined with mucous membrane which in the female sex is especially liable to ments Peruna is an absolute specific in these cases The women everywhere arc praising it Xo other remedy has ever received such unqualified praise from such a multitude of women If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use ot Pe runa write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ot Tbe Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O MAMMMAII111 DONT YOU HEAR BABY CRY Do you forget that summers coming with all its dangers to the little ones all troubles bred in the bowels The summers heat kills babies and little children because their little insides are not in goodclean strong condition Winter has filled the system with bile Belching vomiting up of sour food rash flushedskin colic restlessness diarrhoea or constipation all testify that the bowels are out of orderIf want the little ones to face the coming dangers with out anxious fear for their lives see that the babys rowels are gently soothingly but positively cleaned out in the spring time and made strong and healthy before hot weather sets in tncyasImilk mildly purgative for the baby by eating a CASCARET thtbenefitguarantee aU irregularities of the little and big clutdrecu iasidu arc CURES BY- l l LIVER TDNI- Oa 25a 50GsO NEVER ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD IN BULK bowel atipendlcltl bil CU HEaU bowclt lacbe ImlltieMlon trouble dizzliicKs bowIn dont zcttlnirpeople Is matter taking today and until bowel advice mosey Co Three going health right rc weakened arc derange give Five year atnor CAMCAK fi GUARANTEEDTOCUIErI old Yow boxes It U M allatmt1srproofergreatundwiltcare or anbuytqiaytwn0cboxesatetheefairIron arenot aar InUciI lifter ulnc one 3Oc box returntlic aanwtl COcbox fromWhom i bothbneosltarttedayyoawlllblesstkedayouarlstortedtbeueofclgcAYIErn ddrem STEEL IU UEMEDf CO NEW IOKK TcJUCAudl I i a I it s I MrCit J LHT Vrruj r rAnlaaM MI ulniiii l j i i Li A TRUST SERVER flue rhin Etidtner ur Ihc Ulfieeut Isrlt urrutltlun llinn Monopoly r r ifrit be properly ipplifd Is being givenrthe industrial trommisiilln now inking i liviIencerII I as to the prurticnl protftuJarJrI most comprehensive examples thatII could he jjiviMi as to how money iix lit erally showered upon a great eoinVme through the ignorance or deliberate1 attempt if national statesmanship The 1 International protthisti 111111hitwa I approaching a monopoly Kvjdeneeof this showing I the large holdings of spruce in the4 LratJL given to- t1lt commission 15eeause a portion of its mills are in the dominion their product is taxed at the custom houses so as to shut out JHtlnts1hrl Canadian product of the corporation to protect its infant industry in thisI country It is just as wisea prop l lasitiOii as to fatten strengthen and rear a living infant by confining it ro 3 SIlI1IIlgI the theory of statesmanship involved I hot the consumers have to sutler he i i j i cause of the increased prices tribe possible The combine makes i pay j irons pay the duty on its Canadian I output and at the SUt time make j i a corresponding increase in the 1rnlll1lt1InI j forced to pay a direct full heavy tux which protects no one but is outrighti extortion committed through an arbi trary exercise of power The government uses an enormous amount of this paper and to that ex tent taxes itself which only meant the taxing of the people They are also the ultimate losers in all the publications which they purchase for the cost of paper is among the fixed charges uhlIexpenses upon which every newspaper magaxine journal periodicalI booT and printed produc ton of whateverI form or character must estimate its reasonable profits It may endure a marginal loss because of fluctuations in the price of l1alh1r or offset it through a decreased expense in some other departmentt wit there i ia fixed advance as there has been through the indefensible tariff referred to the necessity of making something or going out of business results in an advance Jn She printed product Instead of 1 pi pet hating the farce of pretending to tax n trust to protect it against itself reciprocity in the pulp paper trade should be broughtt about between the lrnited States and Canada as ex plained and advised by the expert witness before the industrial commission Detroit Free Tress OUR DUTY IN PHILIPPINES I Spr tly KeeoKnltloii of tilt Hltclitw or llir IUII Miuulil Ile Unite liy the AiliulfiiNf r itluii It limysafely be believed that Agu- innldos proclamation to the Filipino people acknowledging and accepting the sovereignty of the United States narks the beginning of a new and tranquil era in that longtroubled archipelago and promises to the American government the early and satisfactory solution of the Philip pine problem The especially gratifying feature of the Aguinaldo proclamation is that this patriot leader seems to have rec ognized the truth that American dom ination means for the Filipinos something infinitely different from Spanish domination This is indicated in the terms of his reference to this government as an irresistible force which while it restrains his people yet enlightens their minds and opens to there another course presenting them the cause of peace It is also to be noted that Agui naldo clearly sere and frankly confesses that the Filipinos are already beginning to enjoy liberty under American rule a circumstance upon which he bases his expressed belief I that his people will yet come into the tijoymeiit of their full liberty This IK a significant confession the sincerity of which there is uo reason to doubt and the manliness with which it is made cannot fail to im press the outside world with the be lief that Aguinaldo is something better than the insurgent malcontent and selfseeker he has been pictured by prejudiced minds The proclamation in question should have a tremendous influence for peace in the Philippines It should also stimulate the American government to extraordinary effort for the good of this conquered lien a the entire fulfillment of the 1pledge of freedom which we have given them They have now throughI their foremost leader accepted tits eomsequruttiUnless a great change has sod denly come over the character of the a American people the present de moralteation of the opposition party 9 affords not the slightest indication of what its condition may be a year or two years from now let alone four years The quick revivification of a defunct opposition is a familiarI phenomenon in American politics yi The example afforded by the demo rat e party which rose iiuiriiWatclyl r from the crushing defeat of JS72 fo successive and sweeping victories in I k the elections of 187t 1874 and 1S7G r has been frequently pointed out tr Springfield issnKepul lican r F r2r- 2Kw I WANT THE TARIFF REDUCED Certain Mum ur Trail nod ImluUr Flint Art Tiiuolieil I the IIIOC + There is a growing sentiment for reform of the tariff basedon the increasingi belief that the reduction of it is needed for the best interests of husinesri If it may be said that the old effort for tartly reform was based on a principle reform noxv is advocated more from considerations of expediency This is not in shy wise a revival of the old idea of a tariff for revenue only nor iis it hared on hostility to the protective tariff as a principle Indeed its sup porters are those that in the days IUf antagonism of those two prin s supported the protective tar tutiff1IIcHltioll i new point of view lUndoubtedly the growth of trusts has had something to do with it rue consensus of opinion in the hardware trade iis that while a mod erate tariff iis itccwkary on some ar lUles the tariff hIs been abused in favor of industries that desire an inordinate increase in protits This cleat view we take it would not be easily obtainable unless trusts had elariiied the situation for more of thin talk is that trust are entirely selfish that tIlt men at the head of them are not men that have been brought up in the husincsx but men itiIt teens to us that thest iews coming from nun who are in Hues of industry that are touched fir tlc treats are sign lien nt that they and alc a movement for regulation of the tariff based on business reasons land not on sentiment Of such a movement there iis littlef hazard in predicting that once started it will not have dune until it accomplishes something for as these men see theI steel trust for example watered four times and helped in many directions by enormous tariffs the inevitable protest will take the shape of a demand for reduction of the tariff In hardware using the terns as a general one we are exporting over 700 000000 worth of products a year and as one merchant put itwith our greatly improved machinery and in creasiil facility for manufacture we ought to be able to take euro of our selves Moreover certain lines of hardware not made in this country are subjected to excessive dutie So it would not be surprising if in the coming years and at a tune when i poHtiluliup subject and result in reductions in many particulars Indianapolis Xews Iud NOT ALL BAD BUT I R cpu M Ion UN mill TluIr Ililletrw unit Ttiftr lnwt on Iliu ov e riillMlir A republican reader reminds the editor that republicans Ire not rill bad 11111 that democrats are not aIgood Ita wise and truthful although not au original remark Xo- Olle is so partisan as to believe that his own party is i irrfeet and that no other patty contains any virtue The republican party was entrust edwith power in JSilii it is now in control of the executive the legisla the sail judieial branches of the government The Commoner points out front time to time the evil tendency of republican policies All republic ans do not approve of what the re publican party is doing nor do all republicans fully realize the extent to which the moneyed iinterests have secured eontrol of the republican or ganization In erilicisin republican policies the Commoner does not wish to leave the impression that the dem ocratic party or any other party would administer the government to perfection but it does believe that the democratic party would apply safer principles and support wiser policies than the republican party iis now doing The democraticI party iis not under obligations to the corpora t ions and therefore would be free to give the people protection from corporate greed the republican party is under obligation t utile corporations and cannot be expected to give the peo pie relief from their exactions While not all of the democrats are opposed to imperialism nearly alt are and the majority would control Most of the republicans either favor imperialism or if they oppose it have not the courage to overthrow the leadership which has fastened the policy on the government The Commoner yOPINIONS AND POINTERS Protective tariffs and a colonial policy will not pull in the same liar ness Indianapolis News Iiul Mr McKinley is consistent in at least one thing lie never appoints an antitrust man to a position where he can injure the trusts He at least knows his plain duty to tilt trusts Omaha WorldHerald The Standard Oil company iif preparing tr declare a 20OUOGH divi dend I his is one of the infant industries i which was to have been assisted by f Mr llannas original ship subsidy bill Kansas City Times Why abuse Mr Knox asks- a republican paper Is it abuse to speak rite truth The only charge against Mr Knox is that he has been the attorney for the steel concerns and now that the steel trust hits been formed in direct violation of the Sherman act the chances are that lie will protect rather titan prosecute the new concern Where is the abuse in stating these things Memphis Appeal PERSONAL PARTICULARS I Mrs1 Kt ant now wears Hindu drcat nnd has proclaimed the belief that she was u Hindu in a former stage of her existence Sydney Crundy who is 53 years old has a record of a play for every year he has lived Tike W S Gilbert he is a barrister by plO fIUeorge Willard who died at HatII tie Creek lich recently had been a student teacher Episcopal ministerII member of a college facultyIletVS I paper editor and congressman I Cecil llhodes has offered to the Diocesan college at Cape Town a yearly sum of SliOO1 for a prize for the boy who stands best during the terns iii studies athletics und moral qualities Kev J G Adderlyitho lias worked for 11 years in the slums of London and started a mission for millionaires by preaching social1 reform is 39 years of ago lie is a son of Lord Norton John lt Lynch the colored man who has been appointed a paymaster in tin army was once a congressman from Mississippi and was temporary chairman of one of the republican nay tionalconventionsI The crown prince of German is goy fug to England to learn English ways and customs It is thought by the emperor that he will gain valuable knowledge about commercial and manufacturing affairs William Abraham member of par linmeut front Pen tre font fldd Wales began his career as a working miners Later he was a miners agent and president of the South Wales Miners federation Baron Von Egloffstcin the German marshal who was practically dis missed recently has hitherto been considered one of the kaisers closest friends and was his companion oh several shooting expeditions John S Sargent the worlds fore most portrait painter has broken down from overwork nnd has been ordered abroad for n complete rest His great fame was his own undoing for his attempt to keep pace with his numerous important commssions has undermined his health which an attack of grip had already seriouslyII- iiimpaired DRIFT WOOD Canadas first railway opened in 1S40 was 10 miles long She now has over lfi000 miles There are about 500 female physi cians in Prance and many of them en joy Ilucrative practice The 1ensylvania railroad Is reported to have over 28000 individual share holders who must he notified of the knew stock allotment and receive subscription warrant Miss Jennie C Benedict is the first woman to be elected a inembfr of the Louisville board of trade the directory having voted favorablyI upon her appli cation the other day The revivalof interest in lawn tennis which was noticeable last summer after half a dozen seasons of partialr neglect lids fair to take on new life this coming sitmmeV While tests of a net electric train were being made on the elevated road in N = w York city the insulation be cause defective and the steel rails were dissolved as though made of tissue pa perThere were primitive railroads in the eighteenth century limit it was after IMUi when Itichnrd Trevithick took out in England the first patent for a high pressure engine adapted for motion on roads and in ISLO the Rocket which was built by Robert StephenSuti drew 44 tons at the rate of over 20 miles an hour aiAUKHT RBlOItT Cincinnati April 27 CATTLE Common 3 00 fr 4 Kxtra bn tehers 4 85 if 5 10 CALVES Extra 6 X aJ IC 0- JOGSSeleet shippers 5 7 n ft 50 Mixed packers 5 05 it ft S5 SHEEPI Extra 4 = t fiii 4 ftJ- LAMUS Spring T DO ft 10 00 I IOnItSpring pat 30 fi 4 10 WJ I K AT No red 0 77 1 j COltXXo 3 a mixed cV 4- SO1o 2 mixed cfm31YK fr I lIAYth timothy ftlll 5 IOKKKamilv iH25- l AKU Steam irf S 05 mTTEIChl dairy Cib 14 Choice creamery t 25- AIMLES Chto fancy 3 75 M 4 10- JOTATOES Per brl 1 00 fnit 75 T01JACCO New 7 95 Ti 14 00 Old SO GI950 Chicago ILOlTv Win patent 3 SO o C 00 WHEAT No 2 red 74 Qr 70 Xo red ITurciJ t COKNXo 2 IIISOArsu a VD TJ i nYI Iii 2 52 Cia c- lOIt1iMess 14 5t0 014 55 LAUD team S 75 it S S5 Xeiv York FLOUlt Win patent 3 05 IT 4 00 hlEAtNn redu H- 4COUX No y mlxiil u r tI OATS No mixed oa1JYE dif 01- POKK Family 1G 00 1116 50 LAUD Si cam u S 05 UnitI in ore 11IfEvrX112 red fOVrfi Io01 Southern 74 n al- lO1lNo 2 mixed 4 JAi 4 h= OATS 02 mixed 31 ti 3U- CAITIE ititchers 5 10 a 5 10 HUGS VeMern 0 40Iu 0 50 lulIlnnl FLOUK Family J 50 ft 3 75 WHEAT No 2 red 75 Vr 70- CO1JX Mixed new u2x1OATS Mixed C 11 si TO11K Mess j34 50 LAUD Steam d S 50- liiiltunniinllBt VII CANo L red TO 3- ORNoI 2 mixedet 441 a OlSXo a mixed 27 t There Is more Catarrh in thi 11 et I the thou all toygether1 Ul1tl I I I ssupposes i tyyentaI ceyudj lcm and by trstant y failing treututiitpronounced trnnloataaudthc1constitutional treatmentHall s Cittarrtt Cure manufactured Lr F J Uituey Co Toledo Ohio iis the ony IStakateaspoonful dandoffer the1tcm They itfallstestimonialsToledoI iicChallare the best ITlttI nithrilll up IyshuuddiniuRtio r ityEditorI 1 Vouil rfuI Yes and more than wonderful one might 1Umost wonderful when hpuakmt of Palmers Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion n uiiii for over fifty yeiir has been the talldu d preparation for the skin Mr Joseph lkrat of Cincinnati Ohio wrote Your Lo tioa has cured me ofa very annoying tiiie troubledfor woohaveand none fail topraise it and rccJinmetd its SolonPalmerKiinplesof Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap CHUNK fur TliiiitUriilnoiN aboutJimmy 4I a feller ter have ter wear his big bruddern pants bigbrudder I 1liiladelphia Are UecorclII If you are going abroad be sure to select routeEastj j I two blocks of the docks ot the ocean liners i operated by the Cunard HamLurgAnieri i i i j LloydNetherlands j and rrcneh Lines To the traveler otters UlOIIIIJlllicdlbIj near his point of embarkation is at once apparent Not only is the JJukuwanna Rail road the mo convenient line to the piers i j i of the great TransAtlantic Steamers but the comfort of its patrons is Use Mieiial care of a Steamship Agent who will be IInutilallies j are run daily in connection with till Nickel j Plate offering a service unsurpassed in lux j ury and convenience From St Louis there is also a through daily service in connection with the Wabasli Railroad I A Stint Monti I presume you lire always filled with the divine afllutiis siiid the admiring friend to poetYes the dreamy poet yes and thats about nilas a general tiling Baltimore American s Career and Character of Alirahnm Itiiooln An address by Joseph Choatc Amlau dor to Great Hriuiu on the care r 111 ehfliacter of Abraham Lincoln no cnily life his early struggles with the wont leis character as developed in the Ilater years of his hie and ins administialiou which placed his name to luhlU the rldn1I oi honor und fame has lntii iiubtlslicd by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paid Railway and may be had by sending six tit cents lit postage to F A Miller Gen oral Pas lJgcr Agent Chicago ill Slue Hail Told flu Truili SueVout saiil you were going to marry an artist and now youre engaged to a dentist Flo Well isnt he an artist He draws from real life Philadelphia Bulletin You Can Get AlleiiM FuutCnnc Pncti Write today to Allen S Olmsted Leroy X Y for a FKKK samnleof Allens Foot Fate a powder to shake into your shoes 1 ItIi cures chilblain sweating danip swollen aching feet It makes New or tighti shoes easy A certain cure for urns and Bun ious All druggits and shoe stores sell it CI U IHCIIII riiifl IIJ i UIIt ii my aim in life to do something that will make my name eternally rcrnent I berlShJil it You are a pretty poor shot ore you not Somerville Journal To Cure n Colic in One nII Take Laxative Tlromo Quinine 1 druggislsrefundmoneyifitfailstocute 2oc A good many men are so shiftless that they never dress up1 except ou Sunday or when their church gives a dinner Wash ington la Democrat sq IIoxNlcn Cronp Cure Checks a cold in one hour 50 cents Its when things arc coming your lira that you admit they arc going to suit you Philadelphia Bulletin onlumptiem J John IF Boyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 15 1000 eo gdehs startatLous How My Throat Hurts Why dont vo use Hales loner of Horehound and far Piles Toothache Drops Cure iu one minute S Many a poor tune is played on a good hern Chicago Daily News n AlI the Kentucky belles chew Kisme Gum They like it An emptyheaded man is always full of- himseUChilgo I I Daily XewsII In 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured If you take up TOUT homes Iu Western Canada the land ot ptauty lllus ii hated pamphlet giving esperlences of farmers who hare become wealthy in crowloi wheat rrpom of deleiates etc aua full Information to reduced handnnUndfnIJlntd wbo pill moll Ton atlases uamphlets j et free of crot F PRDLYaSunt or f tlunUttawa Canada 31 t McINSKI Nae 31- crillHlock Utroll Mich ICIR0L3t1SRoom- Big Four I1JtIIClndlllnap lad I PILES1IKESISI PILFH l TrillYoe- I UIlf oancttu PISC S CURE FO rI liens Cereal ByruR Tssla Good VM- la UN tlotd DT slay II sudI plunged perfection misery the blues it is a sad picture- It is usually this way If She has been feeling out of sorts for some time experi poorlyjSometimes she is nearly overcome by faintness dizzi ness and palpitation of the heart then that bearingdown feeling is dreadfully wearing Her husband saYst Now dont get the blues I You will Ibe all right after you have taken the doctors medicine byicomplaint is established Her doctor has made a mistake She loses faith hope vanishes then comes the morbid SiiIe should have been told just what the trouble was but probably she withheld some information from the doctor who therefore is unable to accurately locate her particular illness Mrs Pinkham has relieved thousands of women from gratefullettersrendered them This same assistance awaits every sick woman in the land t 5OOO Mrs Winifred Allenders Letter tt- t DEAR MRS Pnf KHAM I feel it my duty ZIwritsand tell you of the benefit I have received from your i wonderful remedies Before taking Lydia E Pinkii hams Vegetable Compound 1 was a misery to my self and every one around me I suffered terrible iiII pain in ray back head and right side was very nervous would cryfor hours Menses would appear sometimes in two weeks then again not for three or four months I was so tired and weak could not myhearthIy mother coaxed me to try Lydia E Pinkhoms Vegetable Compound I had no faith in it but to please her I did so The first bottle helped me so much that continued its use I am now well and weigh more than I ever did in my lifeMRSWLIFItED ALLENDER FanningtonIlL 3 to the fact that wore fcepticat REWARDOwinrI I from time to time questioned of the testimonial letters havedepositedwhich will be paid to any person who can show that the abort testimonial is not genuine or was published before obtaining the writers special permission IYDIAC PIKKUAM MEDICINE Co fw L DOUGLAS S3 S350 SHOES KThe real worth or mr 300 sad tl30M shoes compared with ethertakesIigtOOto300 My f 00 Gilt Edge Lint aunot be eyuatled at any priee lIest In the world for men I nale and It more men flue shoe Goodyear IVrlldlnmlSowrd Process than any other nianufur turertn trie vurltl IwlJlpAJIeeotu7oaewbucaaJ- Or ivc tUut uty tuiemcat la not true t Signed W L Douglas Take no nbttltntr Insist on having VT Douglas snoes with flame and price stamped ou bottom Your dealer Rhoulil keep them I give one dealer exclusive sale In each town If lie due not keep them and will oat get them fur you order Ilrrrl from factory rncIoMuc price and Me extra for carriage Over 1000000 tatisfled wearer New Spring Catalog free hat uur Euu ui xciuiniT W L DOUGLAS Brockton Mats vour Wife 11- is airvta mad your doctor atdltlne dtttktr aegitd why den t yea write te Dr Grant mboat her aid jet bis mdvltt T This will Dot cost you anything and It wIll pnbably Ma tit 4 JDle as ef making year wife a well woman Dr Greene s address Is 38 W 14th St New Yerk City Y He Is the discoverer ef Dr Greenes Nenrura sad ins tarn a greatest success curing nervousness la all Its forms It Is ma exaggeration to say that thousands elw mea and Iota have t 1 ubttamade well through its counsel Absolutely me charge foradvice by mall I i irDONT GET WELl THe ORKrHAL taWEIl j J1SR V21 OILED CLOTHINGnAPEHKAOOltYaLM jlUJE PIOTECMN IN WIT WEATIIR ERRrtIitOWING PULL Ur4E OF 6AWffNT5 AND HAT3I AJTOWERCOB05TONMA33L J Jellycoa Deerta Are so much easier to prepare than the old fashioned gelatine With Hurnhams HastyI i Jeilycon there is nothing to do but dissolve I it in boiling water and set away to cool It i is already sweetened and flavored Get a package today at your grocers The flavors are strawberry raspberry peach wildcherrY ami unflavored I 1 calfsfoot for iraklng Vine awlJ cosec jellies i THETIREPROSLEMis with G kJ Tires Full of life and rpccd easy to repair when punctured durable and always satisfactory Just the kind to stand hard ferrite on country reads Ask your i locil agent or write us forcatalogue a J TIRE COMPANY ltdiaaapolk lad i IfPTTO man by lar oManufacturinfHonsc AUlllil P8eei ID cub paM r 12dl trial pro motlou suit permanent position If tfctltfaetor A d dress U D P lO t1 Cbestnut St rblladelpbla A N KE 1883rWREN WaITING T8 ABVEKTIS please state i as pas saW tie AthalSC tit rosy pma r IJI b 7ZaMoioI MovoliI i ORUfl 7PDflflLLOUU Have moved to the Old Commercial Motel Building which has been remodelled and filled with New and tip T Date Furniture from top to bottom and receiving New Goods Duly and must sell to make room for more so every day is bargain day at our Store Come and see us and get our pric- esUNDERTAKERS before huyingelcwhere DEPARTMENT ai The Undertakers Department is upstairs when we keepa complete line of Caskets Collins Burial Robes Suits etciMr Phillips also lives upstairs over the store where he can he IfUlllu11 i any time day or night TIlE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE A bright sparkling and enthusiastic llecture j given in the interest of the Bapii tist Church by I j I I I I I I I i i Wm D Nowlin Come hear it laugh and grow fat What if you do split your sides theyll get well Suppose you do burst off a few buttons they can be sewed on again T fit CCity Hall Play 8 1901 A A A Ii 1 L 2 y Building Material I rnt ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM uuI aBEUI J Doors and Windows Shingles c i Lime and Cement i Builders Hardware i Paints Oils etc R ESTIMATES fCIIEEKFULLYFDKXISIIEI l j FEED STUFFS Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc t LPWS Ellison cr J 1 A RxBAKERY AND i CONFECTIONERYkI i ANDiCONFECTIONERIESr I CLINTON STREET I I HIVKMAX SE N rICmv IITelphono Number la V D Nowlin of Lexington Ky will deliver his Lecture The Bright Side of I Lifent the City Hall Thursday Evening May 8th Admission 25c Pro ceeds for the benefit of the Hickman Baptist Church I J1 J t iVANTN NN- IURE 1 IN8UltANUI AGT8 1 OFFICE AT F A M HANK COUGH MEDICINES IICOU i J I i UUitlS I CHILL I TON1H i t r ALL KINDS AT CovOilrsoDRUG STORE ELECTED PRINCIPAL The Board of Trustees of Hickman College have elected Prof S A Link of Tennessee principal for tho ensuing term lie conies highly recommended by mine of the best educators of Tenn He taught in the Nashville public scho 115 for a number of years The other teachers have not yetbeen elected but it is understood that all the former teachers will be reelected except Miss Virginia Lutcn and Miss Leone Fuqua who decline and these positions will be filled by new teachers Beware of a Cough j A cough is not a disease but a sympitorn Consumption and i which are the most dangerous and fa tal diseases have for their first indication a persistent cough and if properly 1 treated as soon as this cough appears are easily cured Chamberlains cough remedy has proven wonderfully suc cessfnl and gained its wide reputation i and extensive sale by its success in cur hiuJIf 1 t Cowgilldruggist w WOrld Wide 1 Rjcrt11MInv11r1 j f I The best is not always till hets What we ask 1 is a of our line of II IIMens and Womens I Dont aiways Secure Meritorious Article advertised Comparison DO Shoes and Oxfords or ITitla uthers at the same iiiircs Buy n rilingl to your own judgment ITores what oiler you for SJ 00 An excellent I plainJ1t Then w c hove a Crown Calf Shoe saUl price hit a little 8 IIWliPI than the Vici WI also have a liw of dens tine 85 Shoes at 5250 and SttOO that without a donUt the best fi III I v In Bus 200 ami 00I1 I Our nadirs Patent Kidi Shops ami Oxtrds front L1 to a tit hard to bent 1ItIt Give us a trial We ntilke the Iprieis to suit you 11a sole agents for the IatontIrtiilher Sh that wont break throI Your moiiev hark if you sire tint satisfied 4W pUaM stnsapn CASH SHOE STORE IITHE I 1ieeE3JayIor0 I m T I INTSrPAl k I N J FJr1 f l QA1 I el Paintst- Oils Turpentine VarnishesI Stains Paint Brushes Whitewash Brush es etc etc just received by Trr SWAYNEi Int ruffffistdxc If yen need anything in this 11111let whim make you prices before buying 9 COMEUP STJIRSc flaying leased my dry goods store to Ro per Bros I have BIOycdIny stock upi stairs over the grocery room opposite DlII Davidsons Dental1 parlor where I will continue to sell at cost all the remainder of my goods 1 1ntt anything in this line very cheap TT A Bt7CaA ra AN jflMIjDJQI r MHDLE1 9 Groceries Fresh Meatst Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime andl Cement I 6Ye carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and noII pains will be snared to please our cllstomersiI i Our motto i ist UOOD UO D3at rAIn IRCi 3tY us I Clinton Street Telphohe GJ Goods Promptly Delivered f I Fire Proof Wood Used The lire proof wood used in American ships of war is reported to meet all the requirements Samples were recently Wiuslotwbuiltpluctdiuwere only slightly charred Splinter held thetluulcThe fire insurance rate has hlmcon1 HIcknmundthis worksandbusiness SomethickatnthoriticaassQiliewbat t k a t I we tire A lady cmtomer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to mo I really beliove that medicine saved my life the past summer while at the shore curl slit bwjime so enthusi antic over its merits that lat once made up mv mind to recotnuioml it in the fn1I ture Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he at once sunk to the floor I gave him a dose of the remedy which help ed him I repeated the dose and in fif teen minutes lie left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as over Sold by Cowgill C Cowgill druggists Hickm- anSubscribe for The COURIER r JUSSISSUri SIIKKl- TII I the Conner I have for several years attempted to i Ir 11lilmrl farmers that there is IIoiif uar money in Mississippi sheep I iur tto our county and brett to test tni trjik than m any other sort of hjpI and in fart in any other sort of liw stork They eau l le wholly fed on wluat Wunchsheep deK itri act as a urtnliz r for the growing crop and will increase the yield I sold a great many Mississippi shrp in my territory last summer niul hun bought them all back this spring paying buck 2 for St and wore for that matter I will give ns mi exumplu Mrl Httwer of No 2 who last tiummer ought Ia Mississippi iwej and a line buck pitying 101 for theta To day AprilI 23rd I bought the JIG ewes tho back and their 41 lambs paying tthere for in cash to Mr looser the sum of 2r 7Ui that lMiiir 250 tor SI invested l1 Mviaiippipeep wollThl punLorhoI epbeate facts nm 1 II1 J lloajfcr D F Marshall and IL C Maddox Reset J W MARTIN JR MATTRESSES litstrlassIuuterv Work- Assortment WiMONsBooK ICHll Experience wife time whollyjwonders always CC Alili CDA1i J Eurekat7 accompanied DELIVERY- ALL Alex Paris g s xt4X t t1Y t5 t e W2 JJSZt I 1- trr Je35e11rog IF lI ITlw we to prices particularly good I rhr the May shopper will a swing to having And then aU theI I home furnishings lien in gnaest pliJity all the new ideas pleastngjclf Weve been in our dltWIlS as i convince you Cunning fr the home furnishings aside from the 1 excellence the orhn lit will prove tin economical mutter as 1TJSr offering will assure you asxsz- p SOLID OAK BEDS WORTH i COTTON TOP Jf WELL WORTH r SPRINC MATTRESSES f NICE CENTER TAHLE3 FROM t NSF t 4 arcr atv 4 Xcyy t7y h TUB LATEST STYLES I shown in the Fashion JSooks and1 now on display We givoI Fashion ShtwU free WIKHOMH BOOK bopaI Recognizing lIickmmrJ necd of a yv haw seurea the I I aerviees of Mr D Kellar a practical Timer who oomttt to tis highly reconi Ij mcndifl and have opened a Tin Shop npstairs over our Store in the old Von rier otter We have stocked it with the latest and mst Improved Tools and are now prepared to do any Work required iii this line in a FirstGlass Manner and at Prices Sonic ofour Specialties in Sheet Metal Work 1 Roofing and Guttering Heavy Iron Work Planised Copper Work Range Work Cornice Work Pump Work 9 Slate Jonrnl1fA Work Gasoline Stove Work Steam Table Work Etc Consult us before having your work dote We are randy for busiuess and solicit your work liI W So KLliISUV C E EAEEB MAgHIeA IPiano Hinder and I Rakes The best lowest prices and easy terms Also general as sortment of Family Groceries Tiiistvr Dart Mr O E Smith the timer thor ought competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Rooting and and all Kinds of Tin Work Give him a call R B BREVAUD Say MisterDo to buy a wheel Mari Model full size 81200 Come and see it All kinds and all grades at tile right prices If you want a few pointers on Bicycles and Bicycle riding call on us We can help you in making a STORE Soldiers M M1 Austin a rival war veteran of Vinefiester Ind writes My was sick n long in spite of good which worked for her health They do Tiy them Only 25c at Cowgiil A CowJills drug store Li J fi r J 41I I 1 s Orders with Cash will hUd prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAID FOR ON I GRADES OP STEAM COALS A t o f w 1 W rt swing givt 111111k1 hil store give J rprtuR ur fortunate hn of 114 these I WORTH Roofing selection 350 200 250 OUR ct PRICE OUR PRICE OUR PRICE r 275 5f 145 f 1904 49c uprf 11 t STEPHENS SMITH Icvf 4 ot A re Magazines ST- ORTPiii C Reasonable I n tHARV1G I Mowers f Son Hn FULTON CIRCUIT COURT if Following is the docket for the May term of Fulton Circuit Court Commonwealth docket 55 cases about twenty of which are tinder bond Twelve for soiling whiskey without license two for malicious shooting one falseIl house and two for breach of peace etc All set for trial the second day of the termEquity docket nG continued cases and five appearance cases Will be culled and set for trial Wednesday the third day of term Ordinary docket fourteen continued eases The cases of M K Head vs Oscar Philipps Henry Ivory vs Geens Falls Insurance Co Sallie Rnlo vs I C R R Co set for trial Thursday fourth day of term IHomer Maidens utlinr vs I C R 11 ArterberryMnvRmily set for Friday fifth day of term Ten appearance cases set for call Tuesday second day term for answers Shudders at Ills IasttI recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levanua 0my three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull mybackme groan I felt tired wornout about ready to give up when I began to use Electric Bitters but six bottles com Hotel cured me and made inn feel like a new man Theyre unrivalled to andBowelsguaranteedIBILiOCSSESS f characterized thoIherThere is a loathing of food pains in the Vomiting food and then of bile Chamberlains thedisturbanceshealthy l uptheregu late the bowels Try them and you are certain to bo much pleased with the re Cowgilldruggist8 r r Longofmorniug inAntiochtwodaughters stChurchwas a good wife mother and friend and will be sorely missed by her associates i I