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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f 4 0r f n I trHEHICKM tT COURIER =3 fJT = 4J = = rr OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN W3E STERN KENTUCKY4 I II ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMIAN c FU TONCO DKY MAY tIO 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 24 g If its New its Here If its Here its New I An offeringof Merchandise in which quality style and prices blend to satisfy the requirements of the most select and the buyersOur T Special Silk Values 1 v form a department which can be visited ev 11 ery lay because something new is shown every day One lot WASH SILKS just received The regular summer weight all pure silk splendidy per yard2712c CREPE de CHINES per yard 98c Our line of 23 inch FOULARDS every shade a good one equal to any that will be sold elsewhere for Sldb per yard This will prove itself to be the best values in Fou ards yet offeleda yard 75c Black Peau de Soie and Black Guaranteed Taffeta The goods that we offer in these two special weaves have never been approached i at 8125R yard and should be of great interest to those wanting Black Silks These goods are sold everywhere as bar gains at S125 a yard Our price a yard 100 r4 JjiG call especial attention to our line of t Fancy Silks for Waists in all colors and good values Prices a yard 50c to 100 THE WASH GOODS Department offers inducements that will command attention Ginghanlsin l of Percales and Madras Cloth Our prices as low as the lowest KStyles simply varietylStylesAMore Hats Better Hats Better Valves than any place in the city Dont You Find After house cleaning that the old Carpet will not lotJlat a new pair of Lace Curtains exceptionalful inspection before placing your orders elsewhere SPECIAL ATTENTION Has been paid to our line of Mens Rats New things in Felt which this season will be as popular as those in Straw even in the midsummer Has been paid to our line of Mens Clothingrunning our stock up into prices and values not hitherto seen in Hickman selected from thousands of attractive designs and from firms whose reputations are For 7heilPit Has been paid to our line of MENS SHOESAnything in any kind of Stock Shape or Toe Additions DailyPRICES RIGHTSHAWS J J4 J Jk n O F q w i1 NEW FIRM0 N- L L D SIMMONS Now is You Cluiwce for Great c L Bargainci in Dry Goods mGnS FurnSftings Bnff Shoes ann Slippero and Hats Wo will + I 20cSilktt- t regnlarpricet Brands of Gc Calicoes now going at 5o Percales per S l3c to 12ic per yard Ladles rd summer vests Se each Ladies Shut 1Vnt JOe to 200 each well worthIrom oc to 250 Ladies Stock Bows in the latest novelties from 75c to DOe eoch We have a nice lind of 4 r t t t DRESS GOODSat greatly reduced prices t+ MENS LAUNDRIEDSHTRTS t I If eachAMENS UNDERWEAR + 1 at 35 to 40 cents per garment i SHOES AND SLIPPERSi I If I quaIIj J L D SIMMONS Ii CORNERiI I I I III r Local and Personal it liitI lii i I I 1J1FhAS Mayfield of Cayce was in Hickma8TuqsIay tradiug iEE0JED I IeIf nfII MattieIPmthrrisiltl iu Union City Tuesday I Mr lloht Yeatch of the C ru tchtiehl neighborhood is in Hickman thus week I j isII ICatl and see E E Reaves C Co at j j their neW stand Tim Finest Rigs at the Lowest Prices ever offered in Hirk I puttJudge Tom Bullock of Cliuiun at tending court Thursday 1 1ms Daisy Blytho nnd Mr and Mrs D Yattsof Fulton visited in Hickman i i this week j Mrs Rosa Adams left Wednesday night to attend Southern Baptist Convention at Now Orleans Jli s Harriet Thurmond of Tiptonville passed through Hicknmu Tuesday en route home ZiT E E REEVES S CO are iin their new quarters ou the main business street with the largest and best assortment of New Stylo Buggies to bo fount in the city of Hieknmu Charley Payne the promising young attending Tie Ladies of the Episcopal church successful Shefebothj Hickij Elder W D Nowlin was greeted with igood house Wednesday night aud his lecture was bright sparkling with good humor and instruction Quarterly Conference Saturday night at 745 Preaching Sunday morning and night by the Presidiug Elder Sacra meutof morningbe present at the Quarterly Conference WANTED 50 Sitters for the Latest Invention in Photographs llosedalos Gallery is Headquarters for Genuine Platino and Carbon Finish Photos Buttons and Medallions Bring your Baby and have its Picture like lile itself The Fats and Leans will play a game of Base Ball on the grounds in West Hickman next Thursday the 16th The Leans were winners last week and the hats propose to capture the honor this time t11ontO11editorcheeky for him to be coming to Hick man so frequently W A Pierce and Alex Stone also of Milan were along as his best men andMrsWestRickman20 months The remains wore interred at Brown grave yard Wednesday The Courier extends sympathy to the bereaved parents ThursdayinghtJ f LLV i rI Bishop Morrison will preside at theII Memphis Methodist Conference meets at Dyersbnrg Nov 13 Dr Jus Dismukes left Tuesday his old home Mayfield and will be CorIi sent about S weeks FOR SALE2 Nice Ingrain carpets toConUlmMr H W lxo ale who has been visithiff his broUIorAS Kosodalo hnigone to Crystal and will ustnblish a plwtaRrtiph gallery thor ilfI fi S Jrooncyurday wonting of pneumonia He wasJ citjCtlllctar lcftluesdftwhere Mr Sanders is in business and where they will probably make their future home hVinoe Yerrlightprwent a tolerably fair prospect The doors of the PanAmerican Ex licWednesdn forthoPresident McKinley has been received all through Texas iu the way that a theUnitedreceivedThec I presldoutTho Jacksonville fire i another those great disasters which our Ameri can cities are liable for lack of good building regulations With solidlyI built houses and restrictions on the Ilo I coutlngmtionshould HIU1OIAX It L ASSOCIATION The Ilickuiau Building and Loan Association I meets next Thursday evening j f the 16th XI W SJlUJJIEX1 OF WALL IJAPER IA The Prettiest Line of Wall Paper at tho Lowest Prices we have over secured Our customers get the benetit of our bargains y WJLSOXS nOOK STOKE NblTCE All persons whose city license has ex l pired and those who are exercising any of tho trades occupations or callings for which license are required and have 4 S j r4an outeuQt taken trig oxH rj l qv r 0 rin SbepRecognizing Ilickmans need of a first class Tinuery we have secured the services of Mr C D Kellar a practical inner who comes to us highly recom mended and have opened a Tin Shop Tipstairs over our Store in the old Cou rier oflico Wo have stocked it with the latest and most Improved Tools and are now prepared to do Guy Work required in this line in a FirstClass Manner and at Reasonable Prig Some of our Specialties in ShectMctal Work Roofing and Guttering Heavy Iron Work CopperVorlenan WorkAssortment AsortmcntVorkCornice Pump Work RoofingFurnace a Gnsoline Stove Work Swam Table Work Etc workidoneWo are ready for business aud solicit your work L P IV S ELLISOX The Administration has decided to reduce the army in the Phillipiucs to 40000 AAAc4Ar4z4+ M- NU5HAWS t IiiVi11 Se11YCn1 t U RO IRIE t41gpas cheap as any one See them be 4 fore you buy anything IA PAPER OF GARDEN SEES tk 4 Given Free4 4rc- r 1 M B SHJtWS SONS t TV T i r i t 1 t r- r r I r t IlFLUENCESFORGOOD Dr Tal mage Calls the Roll of Those Oace Antagonistic Cbrtntlniiity Now 1ninnr tn Defend llemelf Wvaimiiit Once l4ed- ACalnsttI Her Tent iitnt limn ur tile Traveler Copyright 1001 by Louis IClopach X yo Tn this discourse Or Talmnge calls the roll of inlluences once antagonist ic but now friendly to the Gospel and I encourages Christian worlctrs Text 1amuel19 Then is none like that rive it me Davidj ned from his pursuers The world runs very fast when it is elm sing a good man The country is trying to catch David and to slayI him avid goes into ie house of a priest and asks him for a sword or spear with which to defend himself The priit not being accustomed to use deadlyI weapons tells David that he cannot supply him hut suddenly the priot thinks of an old sword that ball been carefully wrapped up and laid away the very sword that Go liath formerly used and he takes down that sword and while lie is un wropjmip the sharp glittering memo orable blade it Hashes upon Davids mind that this is the very sword that was us d against himself When lie was in ttime light with Goliath tad David can hardly keep his hand off it until the priest has unwound it David stretchest out his hand toward that old sword aril says There iis none like that give it me In oth er words 1 want in myOwn hand Ihc sword which has been used against me and against the cause of God So it was given hint Well wy friends that is not the first or Mme last sword once used by giant aid Philistine iniquity which is to ccme into tthe possession of Jesus Christ and of Ills glorious church I taut as well as God may help me to show you that many It weapon which has beets used against the ar relics of God is yet to be captured and Enitateki I 3 my 3toward that blade of the 1hUistinc end cry There is none like that givei it me- remarkI first that this iis ttrue in regard to all scientific exploration You know that the first discoveries in astronomy and geology and chro nology were used to battle Chris tianity Worldly philosophy came out of i laboraory and out of its oh serf Mry and suidIw we will prow by time very fruilure of the cart it and by the movement of the heavenly bodies that tin Bible is a liggmulathn GLtirtiuLtllt ytw1i t amriug inch is a positive iimposition Hood men trembled The jNsripof i the Leyden jars the electric httllilja- ll ij in the hands of lit lhi1iwIi I I Ilu one tiny Christianity IcoKing j I aboi for some weapon with vhivh tn defy mitii it clf happened to see the iI verv tJd sword that these 11Jdlic j I Vhiistines had been lining again t rut and cried out There iis lhII lilts that give it me And C pt cut 1 rid iriliri and Kepler amid I ant- Newoft and llriwhel and 0 MI Miteli 11Inll forth and told the world that in ihtir ninssieking of the earth and hravcns tthey had found overwhelm ng presence of the God whom we wor Slip and this old Bible began to shake itself from the Koran and Shaster and Zendavesta with which it had been cov ered up and lay on the desk of the scholar mild in the laboratory of the Chemist end in the lap of the Chris tian unharmed and unanswered while the tower of the midnight heavens struck a silvery chime in its praise Worldly philosophy saidtIattei r is eternal The world always was God did not make it Christian phi loBo II plunges its crowbar into rocks and finds that the world was gradually made and if gradually made there must have been somme point at which the process started Then whostartci it And so that objection was ovc come and in time first three words of the Bible we find that Moses stated n magnificent truth when he said In the beginning Worldly philosophy said You Bible is a most inaccurate book that story in the Old Testament again and again told about the army of tim- elocustsit is preposterous There i nothing in the coming of the locus- tIile an army An army walks locust- fly An army goes in order and proves sion locusts without order Walt said Christian philosophy and in 1SGS In the southwestern part of this coun try Christian men went out to examine the march of the locusts There are mcn right before me who must have noticed in that very part of the country the coming up of the locusts like an army and it was found that all the newspapers unwittingly spoke of them as an army Why They seem to have a commander They march like a host They halt like a host No ar row ever went in straighter ilight than the locusts conic not even turning aside for the wind If the wind rises the locusts drop and then rise again after it has gone down taking the same line of march not varyinga foot The old Bible is right every time when it speaks of locusts coming like a iariry worldly philosophy wrong Worldly philosophy said All that story about the light turned as clay to the seal iitsimply an absurdity OldJimc worldly philosophy said The light comes straight Christian philosophy says Wait a little while mid it goes on and makes discoveries and beds that the atmosphere curves sad bends the rays of ligjgt around the earth literally as the clay to the Seal The Bible right again worldly philosophy wrong again Ah says worldly philosophy all that allusion la Job abut the foundations of the L earth is simply an absurdity Whore I vast thou says God when I set the foundations of the earth The earth has no foundation Christian philosophy comes and tads that the word as translated foundations may be better translated sockets So now sec how it will read if it is translated right Where wast thou when I set the sockets of the earth Where is the socket It is the hollow of Gods handa socket large enough for any world to turn in Worldly philosophy said What an absurd story about Joshua making the sun and moon standstill If the world had stopped an instant the whole universe would have been out of gear Stop said Christian philoso phy not quite so quick The world has two motions one on its own axis and the other around the sun It was not necessary in making then stand still that both motions should be stopped only the one turning the worldon its own axis There was no reason why the halting of the earth should have jarred and disarranged the whole universe Joshua right and God right inHdelity Wrung eu erv time I knew it would be wrong I thank God that the time has come when Christians need not be seared at any scientific exploration The fact is that religion and eieuev have struck hands in eternal friendship and the deeper down geology can dig and the highs up astronomy can soar all the better for us The armies of the Lord Jesus Christ have stormed the observatories of the worlds science und from the highest towers have Rung out the ban ncr of the cross and Christianity now from the observatories at Albany and Washington stretches out its humid to ward the opposing scientific weapon crying There is none like that give it me I was reading of llerschel who was looking at a meteor through a telescope and when it came over the fare of time telescope it was so power fun he had to avert his eyesAnd it has been just so that many an astrono tier has gone into an observatory and looked up into the midnight heav ens and the Lord God has through some swinging world flamed upon his vision and the learned man cried out Who am k Undone Unclean Have mercy Lord God Again I remark that the traveling disposition of the world which was adverse to morals and religion is to be brought on our side The man that went down to Jericho and fell amid thieves um a type of a great many travelers There iis many a man who iis very honest at home who when he is abroad has his honor filched timid his good habits stolen There are but very few men who can stand the stres of an expedition Six weeks at a watering place have ruined many a man In the olden time God forbade th traveling of men for the purpose n trade because of the corrupting influ cnc4ac attending A good many men now cannot iitanft11c transition from one place 10 another Some nnri term MTIII Ia he very consistent here in the Wayof keeping the Sabbath when they get into Spain on the Lords day ul ways go out to set time bullfights Plato said that no city ought to bo miltI t nearer to the sea than ten mileiI I lest if he tempted to commerce lint this traveling disposition of the world which was adverse to that which is good iis to be brought o n our side These mail trains why they take oil Itibles these steamships they trans port our missionaries thirst sailors rushing from city to city nil aroundI the world are to be converted into Christian heralds and go out andI preach Christ among the heathen nations The Gospels are infinitely multiplied in beauty and power since Uobinson and Thompson and Bark hardt have commie back and talked to us about Siloam and Capernaum and1I Jerusalem pointing out to us the lilies about which Jesus preached the beach upon which Paul was shipwrecked the fords at which Jordan was passed t1i lied sea hank on which were tossed1I ggPlian1 e Holy Land an infidel I cant back a Christian I could not help it I am nit shocked as sonic have been at the building of railroads in the Holy Land I wish that all till worldJI might go and see Golgotha and Beth lehcm How many who could not afford muleteers now easily buy tickets from Constantinople to Joppa ThenI rlet Christians travel God speed the rail trains and guide the steamshipp- this I night panting across the deep is I shins tswave cliff trod bestormed Tiberius sTime Japanese come across the water and see our civilizration and examine our Christianity and go back and tel the story and keep that empire rock ing till Jesus shall reign Whereer the sun Does his successive Journeys run And the firearms with which the in fidel traveler brought down the Arab horseman and the jackals of the des ert have been surrendered to th church and we reach forth our hand crying There is none like that give it meSo it has also been with time learning and eloquence of the world People say IlIi ion is very good for aged1t women it is very good for children but not for men But we have in th roll of Christs host Mozart and Han dcl in music Canon and Angelo in sculpture Raphael and Reynolds in painting Harvey and Boerhaave inI medicine Cowper and Scott in poetry Grotius and Burke in statesmanship Boyle and Leibnitz in philosophy Thcwas Chalmers and John Mason inI theology The most brilliant writings of a worldly nature are all aglow withI Scriptural allusions Through sena torialI speech and through essayists discourse Sinai thunders and Calvary speaks and Siloam sparkles Samuel L Southard was mighty inl the courtroom and in the senate cham ber but he reserved his t eloquence for that day when he stoo L n before the literary sciltilat Princfe ton commencement and pleaded for the grandeur of our Bible Daniel Webster yon unit his chief garlands while responding to llayne nor when he opened the batteries of his elo quence on Bunker Hill that rocking Sinai of the American revolution but on that day when in the famous Girard will case he showed his affection for the Christian religion and eulogized the Bible The eloquence and the learning that have been on the other side come over to our side Captured for God There is none like hat UletoSo also hums it been with the picture uutldngof the world We are very anxious on this day to have the printing press and the platform on the side lit hrIsstinnitYstinnitY but we overlook the engravers knife und the painters pen lit The antiquarian goes and looks at pictured ruins or examines the chis eled pillars of Thebes and Nineveh and Pompeii and then comes back to tell us of the beastliness of ancient art and it is a fact now that ninny of the finest specimens merely artis tically considered of sculpture and painting that are to be found amid those ruins are not fit to be looked at and they are locked up llow Paul must have felt when standing amid those impurities that stared on him from the walls and pavements and bazaars of Corinth he preached of the pure and holy Jesus The art of the world on the side of oh IeIJHand crime and death Muck of the art of the world has bee i in tht possession of the vicious What to unclean Henry VIII was a beautiful picture of the Madonna What to Lord Jeffrey the unjust judge the picture of the Lust Judg ment1 What to Nern the unwashed a picture of the baptism in the Jor dan The art of the world on the wrong side But that is being changed now The Christian artist goes over to Home looks at the picture and brings back to his American studio much of the power of these old mas tcrs The Christian minister goes over to Venice looks at thehCruci fixion of Christ and onus back to the American pulpit to talk as never before of the sufferings of the Saviour The private tourist goes to Rome and looks at Raphaels picture of the Last Judgment The tears start and he goes hack to his room in the hotel and prays God for preparation for that day when Rhrlv ling like n parched scroll The flainiig heavens together roll Our Sunday school newspapers and walls art adorned with pictures of Jo seph in the court Daniel in the den Shadrach in tthe fire Paul in the ship wreck Christ on the cross Oh that we might in our families think more jf Onefkneeling In cfIthan 30 sermons on devotion On- ePtlitIII face of hiiv the IWrftl if tlif Iit riil be more Jo your child than D Mrnnius on forbearance The trtof tilt Word iis to be taken for hri What has become of Thor waMens rhiil ninl I i hi Ha tula jos Ircrayon Cap urn for tit truth There i iiime like that give it inc I i nettImen in l t31t + u Christ was upon earth the people that followed Him for lnsitnnnruis t one man naturally bril liant in all the apootlt ship Joseph of nothIlug a hole in the rock fur the dead Christ How many of the merchants in Asia Minor befriended Jesub I thinkI ofonly one Lydia How many of the entitles on the beach ut Galilee entertained Christ Not one When Peter same to Joppa he tannerIpower Christs name on the Human exchange or in the bazars of Corinth None The prominent men of rcpue hekone Now that is all changed Among time mightiest men in our great cities today are time Chris Ian merchants and the Christian bankers and if tomorrow at the board of trade any man should get up and beIqU or put out In the front runic of all our Christian work ers today are the Christian merchants and the enterprises of the world are coming oil the right side There was a farm willldaWa agosproceeds that farm to go fort spreading infidel booms Somehow matters have changed and now all the proceeds of that farm go toward the missionary cause Now if what I have said be true IfIscience is to be on the right side and the traveling disposition of the world maklug acumen and tact of the world on the right side thine 0 Lord is the king don Oh fall into line all ye people It is a grand to be anea commander and on the way to such a victory If Christisout of this world everything that is worth 110thingtbeen rebels but amnestyJof God saying Whosoever will let him come However long you may have vrcndercd however great your crimes may have been whosoever will let1 him come Oh that this hour I could marshal all the world on the side of Christ He is the best friend a man ever had He is so kind He is so IOT ing so sympathetic 1 cannot see how you can stay away from Him Come now and accept His mercy Behold Him as He stretches out the arms of His salvation saying Look unto me nil ends of the yclfinal choitjp now You will either be willows theLaway i f jI UNITED STATES MARSHAL Thanks Perona For His Rapid Recovery I From Catarrh EXrMTEI STATES MAKSHAI MATTHEWS OF MISSISSIPPI Hon S S Matthews exUnited States Marshal of Mississippi in a recent Irater to The Peruna Medicine Company of Columbus Ohio written from I Hazclhurst Miss says a I t 1 am happy to say that I am cured of catarrh and need noI more attention from you It is a great satisfaction that I am able to write you that Pcrurta has in my case done all that you claim and that I will need no more medicine rwill Oil Stove boil bake broil fry better than ah coalstove It is safe ana can not greasy can not emit any odor Made in sizes from one burner to five If your dealer docs not t have them write to nearest agency of STANDARD OIL COMPANY ABSOLUTE SECURITY Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Rear Signaturo of see FaoSlmlle Wrapper Below Terr mmmll Gael as eUT I M take at3 agar FOR NEAIACNE C1RTERS FOR DIZZINESS mLEFOR IIUOUSNESS IVERFOR TORPID LIVER CONSTIPATIONplus FOR SALLOW SKIN JFOR THE COMPLEXION OC3tVLNH Wrttt M ATUlt GtMI CURE SICK succcssrulPply3141r llth Strvjt WASHINGTON D C Branch omrices Chicago Cleveland and Detroit v CURE FORc rasiBest Coojjh Sjrup Tastes Good Uee In time Sold br druggist ON SUMPTION 1f t V s The great multitude take this e11 edy without any other advice than the directions to be found upon tip bottle and in the pamphlet There are those who prefer however tOCOfi respond with Dr Hartman duriBgr their sickness To all such he will make prompt and careful answer without lhar e1Hon J F Crooker of Buffalo Jfy who was for years Superintendent of 0r Schools at Buffalo in a letter dated c October 16 writes I have been a sufferer from c L tarrh six or seven years and alter trying many remedies was In j duced by a friend to take Peruna The results have been highly satis iplcasurei ommending Pe j runa to anyones- uffering with rJ Public Schools v- a Ivcatarrh as my cure is complete IfomiI B Doviner Congressman from West Virginia in a letter from Washington D C to The lPeruna Mcdi icine Co says the following of theirs catarrh remedy Peru na t I join with my colleagues in the f House of Representatives in recom mending your excellent remedy t1 alsoaMoiffllttMrs Mary C Fentrcss writes from Paradise Tex the following tor think I can say that your good advice and k medicine has cured me of chronic ca J tarrh J have had no pains in my head since T have taken Peruna Ihavebeea in bad health ever since 59 and hue taken a good manj medicine which were only of temporary relief Perun is the catarrh cure The Peruna i stopped my catarrh of the head so that it did not become chronic and 1J am very thankful for Dr Ilartman J advice and medicine S Peruna is a specific for all catarrhal diseases It acts quickly1 and beni1I ficially upon the inflamed mucous i membrane thus removing the cause of k catarrh Catarrh is catarrh wherever located Catarrh is essentially the same everywhere The remedy that will curdI catarrh in one situation will cure it q all situations If you do not derive prompt and sat1 isfactory results from the use of Peru r write at once to Dr JIartmLn gig ing a full statement of your ease and 1 he will be pleased to give you his valf cable advice gratis j Address Dr Hartman President of The IlartmanSanitarium Columbus 0f A From Monday to Saturdayat every k turn in the kitchen worka Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stove will save labor 1 time andexpenseand keep the cook comfortable No fuel to prepare ror carry no waiting for the fire to come up or die down a fraction of the expense 1of the ordinary stove A WicklessBLUE or cleanly become several HEADACHE bulky Jti I LONG ISLAND I 3 i ResortiTHE RECEIVINGFULLSOUTHWINDS IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NEW YORK CITY WITHALL lI FAST AND FREQUENT EXPRESS TRAIN SERVICEY S ROADBED CINDER BALLASTED AND OILED NEW YORKS ONLY SEACOAST 3 1 250 MILES ON OCEAN SOUND AND BAY s SAILINGBATHING p GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS For list of cottages in allI sections of the r I Iisland or other information address LONG COiti General MfffiOffices kptr i y 1 AAAAAA A iNCHESTE FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 1Supt h 6NewRiPlalJ arcjafIQM1Est Imist POD havin a them take so othen acs Ton will get the best shells tbltt ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM 1 I kk- I kt I v a- II c r c d It w- tti IfY aY FROMr ALL OVER THE STATE 1i 4111 cIIIIcO o AA oJOo A A sos 71 1JI r RACING AT LOUISVILLE HUM Cliurllc With y0 lo I rbai d Up Atalt Her AViui ii ihr0 Set uutl Kveiit LoufoYUIe ICy May 2 Wednes days ratiin at Churchill Downs wasi flKaini marked by splendidl conditionsi of track and weather About toU people vit4iessed sportArants resulted in trite I TIltfltUIl tarSCongress Immlieap at a mile mdIi Kixteenth The Inkiiown was till most fancied unit looked like t willIII ner but after leading to the stretch 1 y ngihintoulJ- edmne I Isobel ran third I Louisville Ky May t The weather j was Ijsain very warm Thursday but j d spite of the heat t good erowl1 i j was in attendance at Churchill Dunns i There nas no stake event on jj card but the racing was hhrhly 11tII jI tertsting Favorites two ot tllnjI j j at oddson look tour of the days I events The prettiest finish of titday carat in the fourth tare Iriu I eess Otjllie got oil in front and lktii to the huff where Heauv i ioimovedI up alongside her ItI il iy j t came into the stretch these two irdl I Lodd were all three abreast Tliy meed down the stretch lugcher iml Woods landed the 1rlncess first in a- IHIId drive by a length Ktativ lINkgot the place by a neck Irons llwi l Louisville Ky Miy lTlw loily wt rat Iwr which liar eharticteried the againinone of tit best cards o far offered drew a larire crowd The sport was of high order and was marked by close nod exciting finishes Miss Charlie I in the second event upset all oal dilations by winning with C1 to 1 chalked Ill against her The withdrawal of Gt n Mart Mary from the third rite left only three starter lo face the flag and the racp xeenicd 1o be at the mercy of The rnknowiu TIIohiithp angleii raujSooond EQUALIZING TAXES Au Incron 3ide ley the Stuff Ilnuril wC Initialization In Several CotiutteH Frankfort Ky May 311stnfhoard of equalisation rms edJ finally 1 on tit following counties ThuriHlay Montgomery increased 2- t Ijir cent on lLoth lauds and lots Pike Iper- cent on lots Powell and liickman unchanged The hoard mode preliminary increases in the following counties but will hear argumctits on the matter i before finally passing on them iliii dersoo per cent each on lands andI lots and the following on lauds only Graves 4 Crittenden 2 MclraekMi tii Trjgg i Lyon 2 Hallrnl 5 Car lisle 5 atlowayt Hopkhiw 4 Union 2 Webster i Fulton 10 Marshall Livingston anti Christian conn lies no change i LABORS UNREST litiilNYllIe I Threatened AVIth n Gfii Ti l Strike in the Itnitilln Trade Men Unlttlnir Work Louisville ly May 3A generalI strike in tit building trades is threat oneil ie Louisville as the result of demands for recognition of the ISnildiiig Trades coiiicil Upwards of COO men quit work on various build ings throughout the city Thursday and labor leaders declare that unless all the contractor agree to employ only union men a general strike in all the building trades will be ordered by Friday night Such an order wouldI throw nearly 3000 men out of work and tie up building all over the city I WON HIS SUIT ainKlII tilt HliiekllNletl nrev r Gels JntfKiuent for WIJMIO Kulni t t llrenner llrewlnic Cu I =Fninkfort Ky May 1 1Tll court I of appeals Friday affirmed the judo1 1mint of the Keiitont inuit court in 1 1the ca c l1 t5c Jut 15rennor JrIff iip Co niniiisi Chas JJatrill flittt latter was hlucUiistcd 1 by the crs asSfetro11 oy the iiformatniit I 11111In1 j JUl11st1CI I TvorUiy of lifuintial ciodit Annul judgment for S1DOO dansages This judgment is upheld Light Cuiiipniiy Sold fXewport 1 y11ay IThe Newport I Light Co filed a deed of trans ler of ila property to the North American Co the consideration be j 4ingnominalI Kexenne stamps indi t sated a value of 13000 1 1Smnlh fuller I J JCynthialla Ky May CuntlolIt I t jof57 cases of smallpox is greatly exaggerated Then patients h varloloid have been taken to 1 1Wi pest house and several other t under closetoses are in the city 1af NouI cev eases since Wednesday t I AbandoneeJSi Put i1 Fjidayi abandoned his bride at tt1ltVictoria hotelsl taking llluf Iher 14tnuncr with lihn T1it couple ur front Mbnt roaerv Ala I d 4 y WITH A BASEBALL BAT- A leuIoiiH rirrn Hoy Iturwt hi lit the HOOK uutl Ulllcil IIU llttltf Ill III ude i 8 Louisville iCylay1 iJJealousy and racy caused Charles Washington ai lltyearold Negro who hud been 0an inmate of the Louisville reform school for the last three years to murder his roommate a 10yearold Ibiy dearfexpected some new loge cud when Meleyear Will called j into the dressing bola Sunday morn jlug hyfliiiard Hyatt to try on a nevr pair of trousers and Washington fail nl to get a similar invitation the Xe himIj lug open the door of the dressing room dealt his defenseless roommate a terrible blow on the hoist of the 1 head Meleyear fell like a Injr ami died 1ill a few minntes Ills murderer ttried escape lint was soon captured and sent to the county jail Washingtons home is in Kno roan 1rOrlllIMlioolJ by the tederal court fur break ijug into tilt pot oJliee at Mtamount Menyear wj sin orphan buywhosd 1 home was in lCarrodsbur Marcus county AN UNLUCKY FALL Jnekey Mutiny IIhllll vun Churl 11 Vnr ruin ItftcniM ruin Ileiur KIU 1 lit nIrt Tmeli iNewport 1Ky May G lockov Jimmy Donovan a Oovhiglon boy hail a narrow esicape from being killed while working the twoyearold colt Hilly i Itat Newport tnick Sunday The IIo after going a half mile became 11111 nft jt11 bit Cud Donovan held on Jtof could do nothing with the fractious tleed Finally in sheer desperation Dono yam pulled the horse into the fence and he trashed thrnughgthe timber Jlike a misguided hurdler lint this move was a had one for poor Dono yon He was thrown from the horse ctrl suffered a fractured ItK Dr third was called in and ordered the lad removed to his home in Cov iiiffton Donovan has been playing in tough lurk lately Only a few days ago lie WitS called home by tit death of his brother cud has been very weak ever since trying to get buck to rid jing weight KENTUCKY FEUDISTS Cresil mill Sotunnui ioilir f llnr tin Nut llenlley iintl Nonla Hey iiolils In lull Ola Ky May 4Several members of the lknklnx gang which has been defyincr arrest in the mountain for Mime time art under arrest Creed Potter Solomon Potter and 1 Martin are under arrest at lila villi lie county Creed Potter is jheld on the Charge of murdering Mrs Mima Hall T lIe was 1000 reward oiTered for his arrest Tin other two art held on the charge itf murdering Willy Wrijfht in the iiattle at Bonny Fork April 10 There uas a reward uf ilj apices offered for their arrest Nat Hentley Smother member of the iranjf was arrested wltibat worlj 5 in his tleld by Deputy Inited States Marshal McFnlton IIWIS platin jatl at Whitesburg- Xoah JJeynoIds another alleged feudist who is a brother of fohn KeynoIdH who was fatally injured in the IISoones Fork Jljrht surrendered but was released on 1000 bond OVER RELIGION A Cmulliliile Kor luillolnl lluiiorn In Kentucky Smlileulj llecouien lllMllllt IIopl inviile Ky Ma 4T Pagan Dixon ineinber of the cucty ri eal Court and nominee fur count ju lje on the fusion tieket beeauu suddenly iinsctiled in mind Friday an 1 M io kilt he had to be sent to a private sanitarium fur trenfhieiir Two tlivS- too 1 a he was here in his usual luralti taking part in iiniportatit cotst jfrb eeedings llis ttroubles are tine to I 1tliicll5 cx itftiynt lie VSIH inure tieda month ao ITe CourthouHe Evacuated Louisville Ky May tTh Louis idle court house which hrs Brett it use since 1S33 Friday heard the elo qiienee of lawyers for tIlt last thrt The courts were held in the tic n building Saturday IdtrArrest Louisville Ky May L Louis Prown wanted in Newcastle lath on a charge of attempted murdtr ii under arrest here Ileckhama TrJi f ICcn Ky Slay 0 Gor Beck went to Bardstown to rlt ain several days Before haying he honored a requisition for Geo W Hoyt arrested at Covingrton and wanted at Warren 0 for horse stealing HIV Jltr Burned IChUd lKy May GCharlotte old daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Scott No 41 Lottip street poured gasoline on kindling wood In the lKitchen stove and ignited it she was horribly burnjrg a aTHE COCOPA INDIANS Fotk of- the A Irlciilltve A KrlculturdISitvir Colorado aDII Their OIllII The Cocopa Indians of the lower Colorado in both Baja California and Sonora are of interest partly because they have practically escaped atten tion on the part of scientific investl gators until within a few months and partly because of the customs which distinguishi them front most ncighl or inj tribes They are essentially an iiKrienltural folk though their agricul ture is of the most primitive sort at fording indeed a better picture of- prehistor agricultural methods than those of any other kuown tribe says time Sew Toi Tribune Their customs well illustrate too the dependence of primitive industries modes of life and even habits of thought on sure roundings for like the fellaheen of the lower Nile they are creatures of the river along which UIPV live driven from the bottom lands by the annual freshets and brought back by ensuing droughts to plant anew in the soil fertilized by the annual silt deposit Ierhaps of primary interest among their customs is ttheir disposal of the dead They not only distribute the Iproperty of the deceased among non relatives but burn the body and the habitation together A considerable part of the tribal lore is connected with the mortuary custom and custom and lore together afford remarkable insight Into the esoteric life of primitive peoples irtiiek of Mi oiv The value of snots as a mantirinl agent and also as a purifier of the air 1 tins been demonstrated by some experiments made iu London aiYuicirr UIPOKT i i Cincinnati MaY CATTLECommon 2 15 t 4 15 lean Imtohera 4 S5 t12 5 1- 0CA1E5Extra Ut 0 00 3 1 OHS Seleet shippers ft 5 S5 Mixed aeker8 5 70 tit 5 SO 5SH FKP Kxt ra 4151 ftg 4 25 IAtnHSpring G flit tti S 00 FlOU Spring pat 3 SO tc 4 1- QIIEATNoredJ 71 htl 7S No 2 mixed tfi 4 OATSJ No 2 mixed1 U31i J11Rr uCl- Hj A VCh timothy ti14 75 IOUK Family liu 00x LAlf 1 Steam u 7 92- 3UTTTKI t Hi dairy 13 20ViAPPIKSPOTYTMKS Per brl 1511l C t I 00 TOItACCO Nev 7 93 fa 14 00 Old SIO if 9 50 v CliletiK FLOrnWin patent 3 SO g3 JO WHMAlI 1 No red 7f 7- 2o3 3 rfdl 70 d 73 colts NO x hi r y iHVKI I i POIfK Mess 1 so itlt S5 j Lentosteat1 ill 7 07 S7 Xcw FLOUR Win patent Yore 3 1114 o- 0hlETNa i 1 3 red t S4- COKN iNo22 mixed gr l- 0115No 1 2 mixedJ fr 32t l I JlYKJ rV 0 JOirKI Family 15 yO iflOO- IA 11J Steam p S RnItItuo- reVIICINo 40I A 2 red Dfr 70 Southern 7S a jjOV CORN No 2 mixed 0 t f so- il1ISNo 2 mixed 3Ti T2 CATTIK Hutchers 5 10 ti 5 40 HOGS Western U 40 rt 0 50 IoalKvIllr FLOInwin patent 4 50 4 75 VHAT NO 2 red ri 7- 5COINMixedI new G 49 OATfittI f f 31 PORK MtfR ii l4 00 LARD Steam a C3 S 50 I iiillatiuiiollii- WJIEV N o i red fu 71 CORN No iriiH lll t rd 45s OATS N t J nuxd fill 27i e 0 TABLET ti105 llcminl + lUO earedtol i tdIw t I iI llailtCatarrhI I tun1IIown I Catarrhbeing I rcpnstitutioiialdireetlyuponysteni thertb aOipatientstreaup assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its cura hundredIoilars I vr ia mill 11 jajis iu vi Cited for list of coM Address hy 1 J1 ttstillioltiljiII Halls Family Pills are the Lest rA Confldnier lletivren Memltera thelegislaturecently elected was beset by footpads anti robbed in Paris jDearof the 1 legislature Those Frenchmen have such a brutal and direct method of getting himuttlinatou t Career and Character tif Alirnhniu Lincoln mbnsondollilllulllhiseuIyliffhis worldIUJyears of his life and his administration which placed his name so high on the worlds roll of honor and fame has beau published by the Chicago Milwaukee iSt Paul llailnity and may be had 1 by fending six IGlcellts in postage to F A Millerl Gea eral Passenger Agent Chicago 111 Sleep lliihv Sleep I See here exdnuned Mr1 Popleigh 1 dolt t pralwKe to have that lurtiar alarm i doWnstairain j Xoiifeiiw replied his wife Then we wont hear it wfien it goes off Neither will the baby Tbiits the nuiin poinV Pliiladfpina IIit You Cnn rot Allenj FuolKiise KRni2 LeroyNIliise a jtowder to 4like tutu your t iies It cures chilblain sweating dum swollen aching feet It nuikes New ur tight shoe Butloutse i hunt lireni- lit Newlywed Come wont you break hremi with us todar youFeettcJuumali Ham I MW you and ymir wife dine eveningybornhant1 ftr licitun I hr rdti a turns WOd better have vnue ruatlt beeflurtt-ou Tninticriit Xlt rtit reinaned for Lore to laugh at a lo k frnith and till keep a tiaigiit face in tit 1euee of Ji miiiixt r atistiug at u wed ilig Detroit Journal iA small digree lit tritea omi anied l1y I i lUll11lanEochetuucaM Did you ever visit a lunatic asylum rNo But f owe spent a Sinday M a house svhTuWlllOPICS roupII M With lloxsies Croup Cure A brave retreat mavshow grater courage i than a foolhardy advancePains Horn e i jIn huMiicss three thinsare necessary j Knowledge temper and j niche can buy n titan a whole lot of trouble Los Angeles Herald 0A thiefs talk iis always about the dishon esty of others Atcuisou Globe The less you are talked about the less you are abused Chicago Daily Nerts Has something in its eyethe threaded needle Golden Days All tricks come bad to the trickster Rams Horn the the the the vu1S Islbp ft r G VARA TEED CIIElf altbowet trouble breAth blood stomach bowels mouth ORIDIaner ptrslon dldns WileD bowel t regularly are getting kiW than disease It tarter chrome lout wba taking C today IU adkour W Iaa 1 to or rfandod 7LI W 4t o 4 C 0 r r r ttr 7L l= Two Good Friend anydiseaseupplicat tion the greatest beautifier and skin curer which should kept in every any emerceucy Lotion the medicinal properties of tins lotion and should used in connection with it in preference to any other it will assist in curing such keepthem374PtarloflalmerijYour neighbors abuse you of these tfordont youWsr Tam Pisos Cure Consumption saved three years agoMr Thos Robbins Maple Street N Y 17 im Most quetiouAttbison Tis sweet to kissso is Kisme Gum to chew 0and samebustyChicago m r- M tgctable cparalionfor As similatSrig theFoodandReguIa ting Uie Stomachs andBowcls L Promotes DigesUonCheerfur f ness andllestContains neither OpiumMorpliine norMiiicral1 NOT NAnC M JarcedrorsfltTcnnriiL r Harffiui Seal jHxSmna Jnri waGtGScly4Jit t Jlttnctirrdlizirwftr kiI5firritforConsUp1non 1 i Vcrms Convulsions Fevcrlsh ness anti OF SLEEP I FacSiiratj Signature XEW YORK I j EXACT COPY WRAPPER ss1 i nO ToDays Dessert making it ready Hurnhams Hasty JelJveon will highly appreciated rcthiiig to but it in water i away to cool flavors are orange l strawberry raspberry peach cherry and ealfsfoot wine and coffee jellies Get today at your grocers SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS upon receipt of I fend a proportion whereby be liberally for a minutes of ioas I have nothlnit to It costs absolutely Write H S KRUQ Pine Street St Louis of on of in of out or on of in thim hobo mobo Puck CASCARETSforover twenty years and I say that have given me more than any other have ever tried shall cer beIceElgin 111 The wra drip sath LIVER TO bad bad the bloated foal trouble sallow com und YOUW don movo you ore people all other fur Dta and year that mntter ills you tart Ufstart lib cure mosey i rot Mf cc be for oaJl all be soap all one sure my life Pr of or OF In be do hot nd set The lemon Wild and tame will yon you will paid few your time tell you nothing today alto for can Taos elat the So forthe Mo f COME AND GO t formsXRheumatism i Sj NeuralgiaSj i StX mate up a large part of human t i sliuffcring They come suddenly they go promptly by the J utc o- tt t St Jacobs OilzI sowb IC h isaccrtaiu LUfe cure i h tI Y CASTORIA For Infants and Children The You Nave Always Bought the- Signature s of In j Usej1JMfor Over h Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THl CInAun COMPANY CW YO CITY i o EI In 3 or 4 Years anIndependence Is up7ourbomesin unit of plenty Illus Airing experiences of farmers wealtliJInof Ueleeatcn etc ana nil lnformationastoredutrdrailway on application to the tI tndernlcned who will mall yon atlases pamphlet i- et free of cost 6ntFY ult of lmm inst tlon Ottawn Canada 111 MclNSES No t Mirrill clock Iktrolt Hlch ITIIOLMES Boom 4Big Uld4rlndianarOll laud ITflffP man by largeManuracturing Honse aU ail ftI OUI600 In for 12 days trial po motion and 1oslllun If Katinfactory Ad dress U It P CO ttS Cbeatmit SU PhlladelpnJtv I A Jf KE 1864 WHEN TO ADVERTISEHt please state that you saw the Advertl seat la paper o 0 0 e e e 0 o e o Y d Cant SleepDid you ever have that feeling like a weight your chest a load cobblestones your stomach keeping you awake nights with a horrible sensation anxiety or tossing restlessly in terrible dreams that make cold perspiration break all over you Thats insomnia sleeplessness and some unfortun ates suffer with it night after night until their reason is in danger and they are edge going mad The cause of this fearful ailment is stomach and bowels and a Cascaret taken at night will soon bring and glue sufferer sweet refreshing sleep Alwaysinsist on getting CASCARETS 104 ripssly 1Srips I a air t troocks Cascarets relief remedy I I GILLARD Coldest tlevrat m 13 w FOR AND appandteltty biliousness wlndott headache lndlzrstioo plmples BfUTeI sick Constipation together oraDerlnar come Unen9alda HCAJCElH rfirhtill udvtcet Well AMCABET8 your Ji2 j household Palmers possesses greatly for for Norwich OPEIC nzJln1ui1J Loss dissolve unflavored for making package cuivasilnr sbul Assured trated pamphlets Four permanent WRITE this or relief W lythe core s suet specsstag thr bi i I m 0 i Thf3IS THE Noopimn5- 0ctsrr tlll1lFeJthunj r BEST BOWELS I a 11 todayder eluie- guuritatee tc r s I i T a I Kind Bears F 1 f o o 0 oppression 1 JJOc 25c 50c NEVER SOLD INBU- LKDRUGGISTS GUARANTEED TO C1TJIEa the hint boa of CAS- CAItETAwassold Now It la Gcrals feEE3s SRWSsimilar medicine In the world This or oar belt tectlnoalak We have faith and will a1 CASCAEET9 to cure or money refunded Go buy today two t C bosh give t- themafalrhonesttrialapersl pledlreetlensmadifyouarenetsatlsded- after using one ee box rrtura the unused Gee ME and the empty HS to mm by mall or the druggist from wbem you pllrelad Ie tad getyour mhoe7 hack for boUt Dose Take our adIee matterwkat all yoednd Health wllleklg follow andyea will aletbdnp you rt tastedtheuse ofCANCAItJAu Stkfeekytaa11 Adult STW1saIIAaeltitlowhititlkk t0 Z c SSSS114 v f i c J 1 i c 1 J 1 W A t THE HICKMAN COURIER 1I GEORGE WARREN HICKMAN KY FRIDAY MAY 10 1901 I Gall on EE Reeves Go I and get you a Roller Bearing Buggy and lot your horse rest or get a Rubber Tired Buggy and rest yourself You can get a buggy of us tor 33250 that is guaranteed and a Top Buggy for tO harness for 750 We are also headquarters for everything in Plows Hoes Plow I t Gear Wagon Harness McCormick Machinery Rakes Mowers Hinders Binder Twine and Gaar Scott Threshers and in fact the largest stock of the kind in Western Ky Wo sell goods on a smaller margin than anybody at Hickman Ky WE AND GERMANY I f In considering the matter of this Governments future relations with Germany it is as a logical necessity t- mIethat the German movement of colonization now going on in South America be recognized as a menace to the friendliness of spirit long existing between tho two nations An attache of the German Embasjey in Washington is quoted in the news reports as giving utterance to the Gor man view of this moment which in itself reveals the existing IeriluTho extension of German interests he says alluding to German Colonies now being established in South America neces sarily means that we must tako meas ures to protect them That is what we are doing Our preparations are notI aimed at the United States And yet it may be seen at a glance how easily this German duty of protesting German colonies in the lower half of the Western Hemisphere can as sume the aspect of a German interfer ence in the affairs of the South American Republics which is forbidden by our Monroe Doctrine It is also easy to see how at come day in the not remote future Germany will make answer to an American protest against this viola tion of the Monroe Doctrine since it is already the European opinion that the P Monroetloctrineis longer in torce DEMOCRATIC PARTY RULES The following amendment to the rules governing the Democratic Party of the State of Kentucky adopted at the State Convention in Louisville June 11 100 That hereafter whenever a vacancy occurs in any of the county or legislative district committees the same shall be lilted by the Democrats of the precinct after ten days notice duly signed by the chairman and secretary of saul committees as to the time and place of holding said meetings for said purpose shall have been posted Provided that on the third Monday in November I 1900 the Democrats of this State shall meet at their various voting places at i proceediI to select a committeeman to serve aII term of four years and that on Monday tollowing such precinct committeemen i shall meet at their various county seats and organize by electing a Chairman and Secretary of stid county or district committee who may or may not be a member of said committeer The Chairman or any member of said committee may be removed for cause by a majority thereof The Chairman or a majority of said committee may call a meeting of the same whenever they deem it necessary Vacancies occurring in any of said hereIinbefore set forth If after notice as aforesaid there shall be no election held in any precinct theta the State Central ComuiiUeemau of the district on recommendation of the chairman or in the event he does not act within ten days after such fail ure of election on recommendation of a majority of the ccmmittee of the county till such vacancy by the appointment of a Democrat of such precinct This amendment shall not apply to cities of the first and second classes The following amendments the Rules governing the Democratic Party in the State of Kentucky adopted at the State Convention held at Lexington Ky July 19 1900 We recommend that the rules now governing the Democratic Party in the State of Kentucky approved by the Convention at Louisville June 14 1900 remain as they now are with the fol lowing amendments RESOLVED That the rules for the goy ernuient of the State Central Committee be amended by adding thereto this rule snorett nominatedtto any office by the Democrats of a congressional railroad or judicial district of the State it shall be the duty of the State Central Committee to investigate said conflicting claims determine who s justly entitled to said nomination or make such orders as will result in the proper settlement of said dispute and the finding of said committee shall be binding upon contestants for said office t All contests for county or legislative offices shall be referred to the County Committee for settlement and the find ing of the Coumy Committee shall be final except legislative districts having more than ono county Then the con tests shall be determined by the comI r t F 1 ax o e i 5PE1F1LI 11- ji I SALEI WI han too man Silk11raistsI aliil will x11 iIhm ilt tlil1 lt1OlV nut tIn llUikt tilt ill goo II 250 I1 350 i 1450 SILK QIST for only II 500 SILK WAIST for Only SHIRT WAIST Only Silk Waist I I xeJJ F sr y 11or I se1tiudIQl Oulr FOULAHD titLl M1i Vtl rFor only 1tO LAn D HILKH 75c PtI yd I 01 only U i I IGoodI- I 4ci WALTZER DODD I L1silI SSf mittees of all the counties in that legislative district which findings shall be final and binding We recommend Allie W Young for Chairman of the State Central and State Executive Committees and Judge S E Jones as a member of said committees from the I know the Courier dos not discuss affairs of party management in details but will it he liberal enough to publish tho above rules as declared the Oem ocratic State authorities And let sonic ono answer how and why the two committeemen in the Hickmau precincts were appointed before election How and why State Chairman Young removed two old in Hick man county and appointed two new men in their places If the two old Committeemen were not legally such how was their action as calling tho Fulton convention of Feb 4 legal If these Hickman County holdovers were not legal because not elected by the people how is it that certain Fulton county holdover are legal etc Whether tho Courier publishes this or not wo are going to he heard by the peopleDixocitAT INVITATION TO HICKMAN REBS Our friend Jim GuAMifS Parker commander of tho Confedetate Camp at Fulton sinds through the Courier an otlicial and cordial invitation to all ex confederates their sons daughters and friends to go with the Fulton Camp and the 7th Ky Regiment to the re union at Memphis He says the round trip is S2AO Also that Col Halt has made arrangements for such of the Regiment as desire it for cots at 50c a head and meals tree The train is to leave Fulton about the middle of tho Jay and it is desired that those going this way will let Major Hale know so that the necessary cars can be had How ever the Hickman people are expecting to take special cars from Hickman to Paducah Junction and there be attach ed to the 7th Ky Train By tho by Commander Parker has had a special honor conferred upon him Gen Holt having appointed him on his stall as Asst Q M General He also notes the fact officially that Miss Mai Faris ft Tltif ti has been appointed 1st Maid of Honor for the 7th Ky and Miss Hale Sponsor HORNBEAK HoiexiiEAK TEXX May 8th 01 Mrs Sammie Grimmett and daughter Miss Elva Mrs Lou Ann Gates and Mrs P Williams were in Union City last week visiting Miss Iphi Charter and Mr John Lit ten went to Bethel Saturday Miss Lillie Fleming visited in ElI bridge last weekIMrs O D B Monltre awl Miss Nora Trosper went to Union City Monday Tho Board of Education of Hornbeak have employed Prof W L Williugham for his tenth year A sad accident occurred here last Monday morning Mr Don Arnett of near Maylield was oing down hill with a heavily loaded wagon in attempting to place his foot on the brake slipped and fell under the wheels killing him instantlyMADAM GRUXDY L 8 298 tA 3 85 i I 00 00 WLAm t OC I I i Stateatlarge Committeemtm TOPICS FULTON GRABUATES The young people who graduate ir the Fulton school are Misses hunt Bell flee Boyd Addir Bullock Mari Carr Maizie Chambers Essie Clan tori Lilly an Collins Sallie Freeman Pear Hall Mattie ilnddlestou Kuthleci Murphy Clara Savage Messrs Will Kelly and Sam Culdwell A highc grade is to be Uld d next year and many who would leave graduated the year decided to wait mill take the higher grade a WANTS 2000 DAMAGES XKlOMOX FUIjfllEIt DEMANDS 1 JUlHiiKNT AGAINST THE I T HAILKOAI 1 Fulton Loader Nepoleon Fulcher through his attorney Horschel Smith hits tiled suit in the Circuit Court of Fulton count against the Illinois Central railroad foi vi000 damages Fulchor is time youn boy who lives at Harris Station It will bo revue nbered that on tho afternoon ol Sept J51 11XX he attempted to board ai southbound train to go to Harris and in order to do so had to mount a big sand pile on the side of the track The looseness of the sand caused him to slip and his right foot was cut off cThe Hon JobuC Underwood former lieutenant governor of Kentucky has won his long pending damage suit at Nashville against the Confederate Vet eran Magazine aud the Southern Methodist Publishing House The jury on Thursday returned a verdict awarding damages of 815000 agaiust editor S1Cunningham and the publishing house jointly and 10000 additional against Cunningham in tnc way of punitive damages The libel suits grow out of a controversy over the collection uf a fund for the establishment of Battle Abbey a Confederate Museum at Uich rnoml Va Col Underwood was phced in charge of the fund The Confederate Veteran indulged in some severe stric tares as to Underwood management reflecting on his integrity to a considerable degr- eePADUGAHSTREET FAIR AW ORIENTAL DISPLAY I Monday May 13 And Continue Entire Week The Paducah Street Fair and Orien tal Midway commences next Monday May 18 and continues tho entire week Eyery afternoon and nightly Elks Street Carnival Merchants and Manufacturers Display time finest music and every character of amusement the Congress of National Dancing Girls Magicians c c Reduced rates on Railroads r = = 21 vI r A LL nrn ory 4005 up iiOur prices GO Doup BOIl tl Iuosiion the supreme bargainI cvont of nit h01111 inntehlkssI ssilo oi iutitHilissiialfciosi at prices which v- vi 11 lilt Hicknuuis record for woiulorful stllinr to the liiglst piPoh of connjioreinl aphic iiiiont Entbusiji in 1 rM1 jgl1l supn nu tlirou liont tnis gTPHt storestill hust 11 eckLt Iwa th raiilfst 11t1w M VJM xjeriMiceu And now for still greater bar i gains This1 v kwp will HIMIl t Ollltf superiorl strn th tOP forcin Mric s downward full to 1 rove our positive su Ipivinnry in the dry ooods market of Hickman1 s HRllUretes1 1 Lass Sale1 Valcncesnus lace fhum 11 to 5 inches match wide with inserting to per yard OC j orchon laces front 1 to 4 inches wide with inserting to thatch per yard OC Black and Broain Silk Lace 1 to 5 inches wide yard 0C SpelNew hue of Oriental lace and cotton appliques tail band trimmings cheap Dont sellII filly I II Ii I r line I fiifiiinn ijiiiUUll ann IQPP Lduu SaleII Fancy rhccks andstripes ribbon 11tO1 a1 in wide Did I still f rum 15 to 25e will go this saleL inII pry CII I Solid Tuflela and grain from 1 3 inches wide will go in this C 3e and5c One thousand dox hullo t1 kinds and colors will in this sale CperGood quality pearl buttons for dozOC I I d0 Wee Sell R ft Corsets Every woman knows what the R G Corset is It the corset of comfort with till essence style It is the only corset that will not and does not stretch If you buy an G corset that does stretch proves unsatisfactory in any way bring it back to us and we will give you a new one have stock the famous No moderately straight front which popular with most women who do not demand an extreme straight front Those who do will findjmanystylesiu the new straight front iu our storeI i We sell NO HDT for 100S Our Corset stook is large and well selected i S- E1I iABEI W tW LE E Qf i1fLE 1NJflE LQW a pRflcQ1 f 4 rl The Next B st Thing 1 to getting a dollar is to get honest value for it You get honest value in every stitch of CLOTHING we sell you 1Ve dress men and dress them better for less money than any other clothing store in the cityIIII I We invite you to examine our stock and assure yourselves that what we say is true both as to quality of goods and 1prices In addition to this we are showing every fashionable shape ot MENSI HATS in the desirable shades All the new and uptodate patterns in Negligee Shirts II f The latest styles in MEN3AND BOYS SHOES in Vellour Call Vici Kid Patent Kill Phoenix Kid Wisco Calf Box Calf and black f fand tan Russia IniASi itIell s Neckwear 111 I have remarkable yaiucs and attractive novelties These are Windsors iBoxvs NMITOW 1inhaml String Ties Lawn Tics and everything in j Iw tic linte t ttJ Men8 Belts iill tray tan nlld black I I I 1IF 1 i s- F t and cottonJII1 J 0 tt COS illlllkelc icin fimcv borders fancy centers and plain white J I in cotton and linenjj Suspenders of all nandc prices 1 iI1 t Overalls 1 Jumers Work Shirts CottonadeJ I P8J1 tsncd everything in mens wearing apparelrii- I ofOuri I fr von know what that means 1 1 I I I Ir See nr of I i lfUmblellasI I J f L tito A1r i t Gras to 1per all go I l r I iCi AILV aAJIo is t of cannot It or Wo in 397 is all Vc I 1 HICollars 2 12for 25cII i 1 ti J ti i4 i r 9ii tttIttttttytt Itrrmnitinrnnirtfnmmm iI I FIDE SALE I Of Flour and Feed Stuffs Slightly damaged byl smoke and water in our Warehouse fire = 100 Barrels Flour = 2 Fancy Patent at 3 a bbl Fancy Straight at 250 a bbl = Only slight dama ro around the out side of the barrel Ear CornAt 34111 I1 150 and 2 a bbl I s Oats at 20 and 30c a bu Stock Peas 3At 150 a bushel r Millet Seed 75c bu ro Cotton Seed Meal r50c a Sack of 100 Ibs = Cotton Seed Hulls rsI i25c a bale of 100 Ibs r iTERMS STRICTLY CASH =p a L P W S ELLISON fe p iw i 1u uu N uuuiuuuuauuuuau uiuwuwuiuuuu uuiui I ALLKINDS i KINDSOFJ AT WILSONS BOOK STORE r Good Wheels at 12 md 15 Guaranteed Wheels 1718and 20 1 r We area for Crescents Columbia and Ramblers Those are the best Wheels made 5 1 rl = b y ENNESSEE COW HELD UP MCKINLEY r The correspondent the Washington post who is traveling with President lcKinley sends this to his paper- Everybody knows how the Prcsidents tirain I is being whisked from city to city i laving the right of way over everything and throwing dust into the eyes of the a passengers on the side tracked trains the otherBut an incident happened I morning when we were hurrying thro Tennessee which may or may not have been printed and which shows that f even the Presidents special cannot have t everything its own way Toot trot toot toot toottoot sound ed the shrill whistle of an engine A F seconds silence and then more tooting Evidently something was on the track tiVin lows were thrown up and anxious eyes were strained for a view ahead A I quarter of a mite down the track was a iti cow leisurely walking She heard the i coming train and broke into a run still keeping within the rails The engineer slowed the train while the cow kept merrily on Finally she grew tired and began to walk but still directly ahead of the engine The engineer judging discretion the better part ot valor but muttering dreadful things yielded to the obstinacy of the cow He stopped the train And when this was done jthe animal turning around to look up at the engine now almost upon her gave a flip of her tail and trotted off the trackThere will be many unique experiences the trip but none will bo equal 1 ft the cow halting of the Presidents special toII t R r IN vi SJ li Y b iiIt y t t c POSSIBILITIES Within the past week there has ap peared in the papers an item to the ef fect that the members of the House Committee on Harbors and Rivers were projecting a visit through the South and West iu order to acquaint themselves with the needs of the country relative to appropriations coming under their jurisdiction If the committee should finally decide to take the trip with a view to practical results there would be an opportunity for much good Personal inspection of many of the alleged rivers and harbors for winch money was asked at the last enlightenIinglocal appropriations by means of the billFor instance it would b well for the committee to visit the creek in Rhode Island six miles in length and about G inches deep Perhaps the constituents of the Congressman who asked 10000 for the improvement of that waterway would make the time pass pleasantly with tales of future commerce to be de veloped SUN BATHS They do say that a good sun bath is worth more as a spring medicine than most anything that comes put up in bot ties Dont be afraid of catching a lit tan beauty is only skin deep but ItJe health Herald goes clear to the bone DR DAVIS DEAD Dr Xoblu Davis one of the best known citizens of Fulton County died Satur day night last and was buried at Rush Croak burial grounds Ho was born and raised in this county a member of one of our oldest and best families Gods blessings be with those who mourn his death ay PETER GEORliE DEAD Mr Peter George an old and well1 known citizen of Hicl man died Mon day night of consumption 1Ie tic well known throughout the community and justly esteemed an honest upright fr conscientious citizen Ho was a gallant and true exconfederate soldier and enjoyed the respect and confident of his old comrades lie was a momt her of the Baptist Church and was quite ready to yieldup his suffering body and go before its Maker for a just account of his life here Peace to hi ashes and sincere sympathy for his be reaved widow MORGAN IN EUROPE operationsinnecessarily a tractiug the worlds attention as bearing upon the possibl- control of all markets by a powerful bringIIof European publications to call attention to the significance of the deals now being closed in England by Mr Morgan the leading spirit of this American combination i It is pointed out that th Morgan syndicate will control the prim1 cipal industrial corporations and rail way lines in the United States the steamships crossing the Pacific to China India and Australia those crossing the Atlantic to Europe and Africa and those going to the east and west coasts of South America The Statist believes that if these colossal plans can be successfully carried I out to their logical culmination the United States will become the most powerful and wealthy country in theI I problemjj Aro these plans too vast to be carried I howI I Ii I i i i i DI Localaodpersonalry I I Ilnuty1erscratchFerpiuinFor patch I withMrsMessrs C B Travis and R A Tyler are in Nashville this week Mrs Addie Rennet Florida will vis urn aboutJunoYARD WIDE BROW DOMESTIC fur a7a cents at BALTZER DODDS Mr Ton Jirooks and Miss Dolla Golden of Fulton visited in Hickman this week Misses Cella and Blanch Davidson of Dyir Teuu are visiting Dr Davidson this week Dr Dickons will preach at the C P Church next Monday morning and night Hon Sam Crossland the peoples candidate for Congress is at tending Circuit Court this week Tom Shelbourne fins Thonas Mr Hester Herchel Smith are mnongst the visiting attorneys Tom Smith the popular Fnlton At torney is attending circuit court with a full locket of hiS own cases 1 jTThere were more Piano Harvest ing Machinery sold last year in tillji n ICoUllty than any other kind and gave jierfeit tafisfactum Call and examine AgrIhiss Annie Hale Sponsor of the 7th Regiment U 0 V has appointed Miss May Faris of Hiekmau one of the maids of honor Drift in the Mississippi river makes IJOO fret per minute 18000 feet per hour about 31 1j miles and 81 winos per dujj in the regular current 1 Our suits for Spring are of such dis tinetly New StIand are different from others variety that they must in terst you AMBERG Rev Archer Booghcr left Tuesday to attend the Episcopal Convocation in Louisville and thoro will be no service at the Episcopal Church next Sunday E E Reeves Co will sell you the best Goods for the money either Plows lahintriGear Buggies or 1Harness Mr P D Tumor and wife of Luxora Ark with Mrs W L McCutchen reached Hickman Tuesday night Mrs Turner will remain horn indefinitely on account of her health Seven persons were burned to death in r Chicago tenement The firemen w ere unable to got to the building in time to rescue the inmates owing to u freight train being in the way The crew vetoed to move it Your fret certainly feel the comfort that conies from wearing Shoos that fit and are comfortable If you knowwell fitting Show you will appreciate our new line AMBEMGS I see observed the doctor the Ohio river hilLs joined the bull movement Yes responded the professor with a yawn but the magnitude of its opera tions has swamped tho hllnksPhiln delphia Press Rev YoL Meesc of Auburn Ind makes a specialty of tho gospel of mat rimony lie has been iu the ministry twenty three years and has married fifteen hundred couples mot of whom have joined the Mceso Matrimonial Association an organization formed in 1816 witch holds ulUunl reunions It doesnt make a bit of difference whether you are a buyer or a looker we Ire pleased to have you look at our stocks AMBERGS Pa said said Miss Slnn ayyou11 have to bo thinking of digging up some loaf sugar for me Loaf sugar exclaimed patwhat on earth do you menu by Vacation money pa Philadelphia 1Press sHAVE YOU SEEN THE LATESTL in Photographs If not call at Hose dales Photo Gallary 1ho little daughter of the new neigh bor had rung tho front door bell twice Please mum she said to tho mistress knunvery much it you are going to plant a garden this spring Why my child what docs she want to know that for springschickens but theres no use of trying to rust chickens unless some of the neigh bors keep garden Kansas City Star I ITHY the row remedy for costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed Price 25 cents For sale by Cowgill C Cowgill druggists Hickman Insurance adjuster j S Moore representing the Hanover Fire Ins Co atic j AmericaVjusted the losses of L P W S Elli son wilnout any discount and satisfac tory to all parties concerned S72U on the building and 1500 on stock The warehouse will bo rebuilt at onceIThousands of homeless pcople at Jacksonville Fla were provided with food and shelter From all parts of thee country otters of assistance and mes J sages of sympathy have been received by tho city and State officials and several cities hero already sent relief com uiittees to aid the sufferers A message was sent by President McKinley to Gov Jennings of Florida expressed his sor row and staling that the Government would render any assistance possible It is estimated that the propertv loss will bo about 811000000 Over 3000 people loft Jacksonville yesterday to seek shelter in other cities DID YOU EVER SEE A Platiuo Photo Rosedale makes the Genuine Platino or Carbon finishedI Photosii i 0 THEIiS TeR ATlOIVAL I 1 youmay would INTERNATIONAL SUIT INTERN3Ti0NflL TfllLSRlKQ CO OF NEW YORK AND CHICAGO is known to hundreds of thousands as tailors in America Every garment is on their premises and is absolutely andeffect workmanship CALL ON OUR LOCAL DEALER SEE OUR AND GET AT OUR H C AM BERG u FOR BESTTIN CROCERIES=V- t1 Go they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the PRICES TO Rogers Threlkelds CTPTODATB CROCEBY Y SrAN nreFreePtiLSIIl telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ISTAllLISIIED 1Si TOM DILLON ST Propr SaccMgnr 15 C Uamagp deed Marble and Granite Monuments aUREING7STONE of all I FENDING c Rio Hiokman h I F S MOOREII I I IIII ATTORNEYATLAW HICKMAA KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge U F Romloy I Saved His Leg P A Danforth of LaGrango Ga suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that iJncklens Arnica Salvo wholly cured it in live days For Ulcers Wounds Piles it is the best salve in tho world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold bv Cowgill t Cowgill THE AND TilE Was the ncfjro formerly when fresh from the educated hands of his master a more efficient employe than now o has tho Northern employer lost his for mgr factitious interest in him What status aro the Northern friends of tho negro to accord him That he must vote so long as ho votes Republican is very clear to them but how do they to unable him to 1get an assured living between elections 0 Baltimore Sun Clergyman after being rescued froml shipwreck Mr Smith did I really ap pear scared we thought all would be lost Mr Smith I caut say that you wore scared but for a man who has been try ins to KO to heaven all these years JOu- apPclrcd I mOt reluctant to accept the opportunityHarpers Ilarauu WHAT BRYAN IS UP TO In a leading in the Common er1V J Bryan states with considerable frankness his future plans and policies iintimating that ho will not again be a candidate for the presidency but as an editor will have something to say as to who shall be the The articlel in question is cradled forth by an edito rial in the Republican of Mass which refers to Mr on leading democrats wonde what he is upto and expresses the I opinion that ho has no expectation of being nominated again 1 not need a just now but it Be well to remem name for future use Once an x you will never forget THE the best made P AND PATTERNS SURPRISED PRICES where LOWEST WJTTIXOS OLD Clinton Street t WORK Kinds IRON Xyo NORTH XCtillO willing propose whoa editorial nominee Bryau- warfare suit ber the you try the name International Stool coca 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED IT It is sold on a positive guarantee If i it door not do what is claimed for it your money will be refunded Now is tho time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horses system undergoes a change advertiser most but for the next 5JO days will give the INTERNATIONAL STOCK BOOK illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 83 00000 to produce Book is 9 by Gail In contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a Finely4 Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds of dollars as a t practical rotcrence book This book Itell all about International Stock Food You get it with a package of food if you buy inside of 550 days from me personally J A MCCLURE 510 Troy Ave Hickman Ky Orders Left at rsII Store will receive prompt attention c T i IL t w 1 The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY IW w i N r 4o 1901 MAY 1901 e G tJUS I YeN I tUES I V DI15UI I I 2 L 3 L 4 2==5 6 7 8 9110 1H 12 13 I14 15I 16J 7118 I 19202l2223j2425 I 28 29 30131t 126127 ttSSNN1 1 I CURRENT TOPICS Switzerland cultivates 35000000 tritlt trees Out of every three persons struck Ijy lightning two recover Great Britain eats her entire wheat crop in about thirteen weeks No other sovereign in the world has as many physicians as the eiar Annual output of butter in the United States is 1400000000 pounds A yen Ilives three years a gold finch fifteen and a sparrow as much has forty The war in South Africa has al ready cost Great Britan more than iTJGOO00 One of the peculiarities of the Boer is that nobody lots ever been able to count theta The diamond is a bit of charcoal rooked carefully under terrific heat unit pressure Five and onehalf pounds is the av onige weight of the wool from a deeps ileece There is awnrtoil to make millions of dollars worth of diamonds Mrs Helen IL Wilder Craft of lion olulu is spoken of as the Henry Uergh of time Hawaiian Islands The cotton crop is riot believed to have been injured by the recent frost in Mississippi rue other crops wer uninjured The William L Wilson memorial tfiind intended for Washington and lee university has been increased by 1000 contributed by A Friend through the chairman of the com mittee Grover Cleveland There is a sufficient stock of sup plies stored at Labarge awaiting transportation to maintain the peo pie in Dawson all summer and prices Shave dropped to n point which barely covers transportation expenses Marriage by advertisement seem to N much in favor in Vicuna A diligent inquirer has counted no less than 59S matrimonial in the two leading middleclass papers of that city in the course of a week Aumone a French village is said to be the healthiest spot in the world There are forty persons living there twentyeight of whom ar over SO years of age and three ara over 100 There are no graves in the local cemetery and the oldest inhab itant can not remember seeing a fu neral A grandmother at 20 is the uniou- distinction of Mis Nary Campbcl I who lives in the mountain district of Oconee County S C Mrs Camp yell married when 11 years old Sim was the mother of a laughter when ut 12 nnd1llr eldest child now ha Ixcome a mother Halfsize pianos are made in En Tope for the use of children learning to play Doctors declare that munch permanent injury is done to the muscles of the lingers by endeavoring to stretch an octave or more so the aiew pianos are made with the keys lialf the usual width in order + o prevent such injury The latest flying machine is promised by the inventors M Augustc Gandron of Paris and Mr Cecil1 liarth of London to threaten the automobile with extinction A model1 of their machine has just been tried in the Crystal Palace at London and experts say the matter iis now within the range of practical engineering and commercial possibility Six children of the late John Mar shall Williams formerly of Evans ton Ill have donated 12000 toward1 the erection of a building for the Chi cnfo commons Mr Williams left the commons 8000 and this is to bei combined with the new gift Tlt 20000 will be devoted to the con struction of a memorial building 1o lie known sis Williams residence hall Canada Is just now engaged in tremendous duel with the tnit States Canada has spent nearly 100000000 an improving the naviga ion f tIe t Lawrence and building grain elevators at Montreal in or der to secure the grain trade wirier supplies half Europe with bread The voyage from Montreal to LiverpoolJ SB only 2031 taRes against 3104 from New York Miss Alice Longfellow is mistress of Craig House and is the only daugh ter of the poet who stilt bears his name May nod November are the most Itiafrying months Fevcr people ar married in March than in city othci LaontliThe government of the Argentine Republic has prohibited the imuorta tion of ca7iJj sheep and swine from Great Britain A mountain is made up of atoms and friendship of little matters anti iifthe atoms clo not hold together hc mountain is crumbled into dust ISLAND OF SAMAR Au Offensive Campaign Will Be Inaugurated There Unless Gen Liikban Surrenders AMERICAN FORCE TO BE IINCREASED Last of the Ten Volunteer JUejriments in the Archipelago Will Reach Home Before June 30 Cm Tliiiiiniiml rillplium A ter Clven- Tliflr lllirrfy I u Orilvr Iii Crlr 1bralr th r IVncf lriM lnmii- llon of 1tulnuldut Manila May iTIll island of Say mar one of the Visayan group has been transferred front theI department commanded byn Wade to that commanded by On Hughes lien 3 ruches has been onleml personally to Saiiiar and if he is siicceHsfiil Jin negotiating the surrender of the insurgent general LuKban the force of American troop in Sainar will be largely increased null a vigorousi of fensive campaignmvii1 be inaugurated TIll report of Col Charles U lireen jIcaf heat of the medical department jin the Philippines tlltitll has just lpeen forwarded to Washington shows the percentage of side among the troops in the islands to be only 5 2t This is less than trot usual percentage which in the Philippines luw former 1 ly been from S to 13 Troop Coiiiliuc Home The military authorities hIt pre ipared a schedule and forwarded the same to Washington covering tho sailing dates of the ten reginieuts- of volunteers still in the archimlnifo InSess tin forseetl delays arise tilt 1 last of these regiments will reach 1 home before lute 110 The cjunniissioii is preparing amend ments to the form of provincial got ernment which nee a direct result of their experience during their re cent visit to the province Nearly 1000 Filipino prisoners hnvc been released by Gen MacArlluir and returned to their homes The libera theepromulgation of Aguinnldns procla mationMacArthnr hns announced that an other 1000 prisoners will be released in celebration of thin surrender of Gen Tinio a guerilla leaderI who tfave the Americans so much trouble ill Northern Luzon Gen Sumnur with COO tiled has burned t time camp of the outlinv Fil ipino general Collies end scattered his men to the mountains BRITISH LOSSES heIIItisl Ulcers mud 111 IIOllllolI May 7Tllt war oflice Monday1 ofileinlly gives out the total niiuber of deaths in the South Afri 11 nueucIViir olliccrs and 3M men have kern imalided home JIIIIII hStil1Jin fly died Two thousand four hundred and nn ctylhree noncomiiiissitinefl otlieers and men have left the servire unlit dulycKlerksdorpI Transvaal Ctilony May 7in Delareys forte of lOM Hoers who have been in the hills around uptSome oftlte men are moving to the goinganorth Dclarcy himself is moving sc ulhIlrusselsllay 7Itt is reported here that the Dehigoa Bay railway has again been destroyed by the Boer forces under Commandan Boyer SULTAN OF TURKEY ItrporttMl Ihnl He Shot mud Killed It VIi kInn Who WIIN 11rnd- lnt Him lor ttr Trimlile London May iIt is rumored says the Constantinople correspoud cut of the Daily Kxprcss that the sultan shot drat a physician who while attending him for ear cum plaint and massaging him unit tinglycausalI liis majesty intense pain The chamberlain rushid into time room endI the sultan who sup posed there was an attempt upon his life fired again wounding the cham berlaiu OltletT IvicUril to Drtitli 1aeIrolmau George Brown was trying tto move Charles Tuhbs a prisoner in the laity prison from one cell to an other Monday Tubbs Kicked the olli injuriesIfrom which he died a few minutes later Tubbs was arrested Saturday for drunkenness Aiititlivr Body Heiov erect St Paul Minn May iTilt body of another Uoscnficld child Willie was recovered from the river Mon day Tle bodies of the oilier who iis believed to have killed the children and himself and the oldest 11lrctaken iron the ricer last week near the same spot IIniitM For the KxpiMlllnn largeeplants capable of in dust rial and economic application was shipped front here Tuesday by the Kttamer Altai for the Pan American exposition The plants are wept in accordance with a special request The SDlIi Infantry 3Iu terril Out San Francisco May 7 The 3Uth infantry was mustered ouu of the service Monday IN NEW MEXICO Tht IreHlileiillal TurlyV nt rind ltl UhlIIII lMrnt Stop VIIH til UrmlncI Deming N Ml l May 7Shortly after leavingi Kl Paso the tfiji crossetl the line into Xev lexico11111 ran itlirongh the grazing section or- till territory It was a hot iliifty ride The 1irst stop in the terrtrJr vas made at Deming uhere the jires ideut anti welcomed by Joy Otero and his stall There was a big crowd amida humid at the station and the president was given a warm greeting W II IBerger presidtntof the New MexicoI Press association had met the party at Kl Paso aid accompanied the train across the ter ritory The address of welcome at Deming was largely devoted to New Mexicos claim for statehood A broad banter above the train read New Mexico Dcmaiuh Statehood The president spoke briefly Saute 1 Ie Nt1lmv1 FourlnmtliftiI turquoises from the PorJerfield mints in the Burrr mountain were presented to President MeKiuley by tim Otero nl Deming The largest Inoue ueighrd u karats and was a superb specimen THE CONSTITUTION TJie eiv Viielil lluill til llrlol II I flirisleiieil lly Men AV Huller Ilinien rriMtol ir I I May iith her hull gailyi 1 tlecfiratetl with flags antiI her deck well tilledl wills sailors time yacht Constitution was christened Mondi ecning by Mr1 W Butter Duncan who broke the tnulltioiial bottle of wine on her glUtening bow just as she started slowly down the ways ii to the sea A platform hnd been rioted under the hum of the hunt and till thiB Mrs Duncan stood when the jjiong for the tullug AX as sounded IBcgfdea her on the pin form oas her hURlmndI the manager of the new boat Gut nil the rest of the party stood n little dis tance oft Al the wind of the tfong Mrs Duncan Ilash1n holtltlf cham 1pagne against the yachts IKIV and- Ixhe wine gushed in sparkling foam 9n tin prow they sleek racer ieqnirel motion and slowly begun her de scent Into the water With the breaking of the bottle MrsI Dnncnii in a deer oiee snid11 1christen theu Constitution THE MAINE EXPLOSION CttliiiH Klleil Wllli the Siaiilri fining foiiiiiilMNlon fin units Ir of Tivo of I lie ViclIniM i Washington May 7i wl elnluijynn pled whh the Spanish cluiiiis eom mifHion Monday on behalf ut Harry Meaiiu a seaman on the illfated Maine when she was blown up in Havana harbor asking 10000 for injuries sustained by hint in conse rut nce of the explosion Claim of f OOOt was lied in behalf of Cath erine Burns whose sour a corporal of marines was killed by the KIIIIO explosion Butler Bad Jlarwoutl of New York who filed the cliiinu Muse tin m on thin ground that Spnin di reel l or by reason of negligence was responsible for the explosion JOKERS KILLED Titolaril YVIill Irth lItl1nJ li nut tulut Ill unel Lot Their Mve Hr An Accident Davenport lallayI 7Iambi Mohr ami has 1eis were killed while pre tending to hamig August IPlmiek on n pulleyI rope outside the Independent Malting ions building Moitr and Keis with ins Siems were teasing Hliiuek andI wound up by tying the rope nlKiut his waist with the avowed intention of hanging him The strain on the rope caused the fastenings liO feet above to give way An iron pulley struckt Iteioft the head crushing it into a shapeless mass A falling scantling brained Mohr1 Hliinek was slightly injured Inlnl Itnllivny Vreck Ottuinwi la May i1IIrling10n passingThayerof Oestou Monday struck an en Tine attachetl to a freight train which vas endeavoring1 to get out of the way by banning unto a side track and was derailed killing Kiigineer K D Brow n of Burlington t and in juring ttO persons A Lockout Syracuse X YIny 7Vlmen the 200 employes of time M S Benedict Ho of Fast Syracuse makers of silver metal goods returned to work Monday they found the factory doors locked The nun believe that the lotion is due totthe prospective for Illation of a union tfhe company claims to have shut down for repairs Paid An Indemnity Washington May iThe state de partment has paid to the Mexican government through the Mexican ambassador here 2000 as full in FarentinoSumiotalynched in LaSalle eountv TexasI in lS9JIf t Urank lnln Kllicr 7 Carolinehiarehenerns Jhc re sult of a peculiar habit Wo years ago Mrs JIarchener began using pain killer continuously0 IOf late she hall consumed one bottl a day All efforts to stop the habit Tailed y 1eatlPars IraJois tlemduU E + 1 FOREIGN TROOPS The Greater Part of Thorn Will Ue Vithdrawn From the Province of ChiLi SETTLEMENT OF INDEMNITY FIRST A Russian Lieutenant Shot Dead by a German Soldier in a Fracas on the Taku toad A umber of Si Milntori liifliulliiK- Aiii ilfiiu TryliiK to JMMMIIM Jill lun lilt All Iu ud 1or Irgullolt lurpoe 1erlin May 7Tht National Xeit uni publishes a statement evidently inspired regsirding the withdrawal from the prminee of Chili The withdrawal it appears will be under Count Von Waldfrwe command an nation proceeding Molar Thel IflstepHill be a note sent to the Ii nese cl llllU s 5ollers liattaing the fiLlI iiidemnity If hunt i ii Miill11- 11tl1 of nit nient the ere er ptir tiin of the foiviyu n op a1II li withdrawn hot a Niilliciciit Our hrr will remain until 111 iiutcmuio question iis letut miiil tlui will all the trnnjis I he +t iii hdrtii 11111- ht i exception of 1lie iili111ni and the Ia111JIt ltrr11 IIV nii ii and the Boast TienTsin Iu 7 Tin I 1au liu lemiuut frnsl IioniI h nil hunt JClIJI a 1 shot mead It J litl iiinti suldifi i Inrim a 11 u on lli Iahii riKtii Tin srtuam lin1 in ilf dcf9tM LiIII telrkutl haliur 11 tnckid hint viilt his tilii Wiihhingioii lay T Iniiarnattait hay reachedl lure lo tii rfftcl that a titiiuber tit spemlaiors incliKiiu Hririns Ili IM been ring t srrurt options on nul obiiin 1sit M of n irly all tli laiilt fur Ire iition s puses in tin IVlin f u gale iiil TinI Illillistfts ltv takes I niti of tin ut4tclnpt a h1 tl1IPIIs I fiI prlItinntl liie ISMUI a t tile fin liidtiin any ex hum c tI titlei I s 1r property ill ilu ioinpoitinl till tii i11u Ifgitiioii sfltlfiiuiitn jiif secure MINISTER WU A HERO lie In intllil to tin lnlo1 trnti titde of ltry inn ricati Clllfti SI lIIJ tunt Chicago May ililliMltr Wu is a lit ro and is entitled to lie lasting gratitude ofctery Anierieun eitiin nit statement now being circulatedj that I titer challenged his truthful nttK or his honesty of intention i iaIsclutely false IIn these words Maj K II Conger United States minister to China disposes of the charge that lie iis at in iiiity will Cu Ting Fang o Minister Conger arrived here from his home Monday night on his way to Washington where he iis going to report to the state department VOLUNTEER OFFICERS AVnr liinrtIIIIMI lurM All Order Iliinoriili v IIyrhterglug 5rt I 1111 turrltI Wasiinpton May iu order iis surd 1 ly the war department Iionor abiyi liteeharjres a tiiuuber tf1ohi1i teer ofMtI t Aiiion them are Maj ices Shifter and Vnod and Itrig Grin J Parry antiI I tarher to take ef feet ur lune at0 trig1I Jens Whit side Inch Bird hate Long1 1al8mrt ami ISIiss to 11tl1tI lung II V011111 Irig1 Qn1mtilts F Smith is also diseharged to take ef feet Mine iii but In will contiuue as collector of the port of Manila MEAT INSPECTORS Not Miinuuli of t mi It licit Ciiinlliliit- III Kill Ihr OlllffK Cdllll lame lir IroinotloiiK Washingtoni May1 iTh citilset1i I iei eoniniisMiou anuonnees this therei are out enough qualified candidates for the olliee of meat inspeetors for the bureau of animal industrytie partment of agriculture to fill the demaml The iitlices pity on utranee 1L0 and salaryof l10l with a good elauee uf promotion The appointees must be veterinary college graduates Woman Mltrdrred unit Itnlilifil Jackson Miss May iIis Swi Bert a rielt and eeeiiitrie elrlerly woman who lives near Trenton III mules east of here was rOil 111 dead in bed with a bullet hole through her head She had been murdered and robbed Three is no elite hit the enmity is up in arms morn it the murderer is naught he will probably he lynched Daninucil its it Hull Storm Savannah 7a la7y Specials from lurke and Samuel counties re port a meaty hail storm The hail remained on the gronnd at drian Imt ii morn in The damage to truck farms and young cot toll is consid erable Captive Iltilloou Kseuiiotl Cologne May 7A militarycap live balloon with two mien in the car ascended here during manouvers It broke loose in a gale was soon lost to sight in the clouds and has not been seen since Klrnt Triiiu nil the Akron Kouts- Builalo May iThe first train over the Akron route reunsylvania and Uric arrived lucre Monday morning1 bringing passengers from Cincinnati Nashvillt ami St Louiar There wre over 100 prsieiijers 0 rhe IrUH et It OM of tIle city phyficunK tells an amusing dory about a charity patient an old h h Woman who sent him a hurriup call He funtiil her suffering from nothing more serious than a severe cold and prescribed ac cordingly Two days later when he dropped in to see lion she was getting along the old lady was sitting up in an easy chair her head wrapped in a camphorsaturated cloth Well how are you feeling today moth er lie asked Much Letter praise th saints was the fervent reply Slmre youre a foine docthor If Id nint fer ye befoorliand Oid niver heeD sick at allat all Detroit Free Press A laa Patienre What is tlie sign when a man kirtes a girl on the forehead t PatriceII hoard My it was a tiu that he was rattled Yonker Statesman First lnuressiousMantnia to Hobby who has never seen young luttibst eli Hobby what do you think ot them Hob by1 like the funny way they bark Punch STL If love gets into the average modern com tnlup as a stowaway even Ue in lucky Puck eHe who is iu the wrong is the first to get angry Image Daily AtWi Wont Sse IeI IItyour friend Wederly a hobby 1 wouldnt call it a bobby It more like insanity Hows thatI lies been married five times Chicojcx Daily News Accuatouitrtt tu 1hesa Do you know Willie what a horrible example is said the fondmother Yet aid the schoolboy with a frown I never raW any other kindYonkers Statctinau Not rn 1Illlrt Miss Moddcrne I thought you understood Fiench- ItluflJngtou Tellernot fluently Puck 0Maud never wears rubbers Why not Shed rather gay site couldnt get- a pair small enough to tit her Cleveland Plain Dealer I IThfn what is your reason for marrryiaf 1 have no reason Im in love i Philadelphia Times Nothing dries sootier than the tears of s hypocrite Chicago Daily News Chaff may be ground as fine as flour but I hornI n TnAll manner of extravagant expressions are possible when a overwroughtThe pipo orbronchial tubes It ball rising in the throat violent beating of the heart throwingthe l rences are all symptoms of a hysterical condition and se organsAny hysterics which must be regarded as a symptom only The cause however yields quickly to Lydia E9 Plukhamg Vegetable Com pound which acts at once upon the organ afflicted and the nerve centers dispelling effectually all those distressing symptoms Mrs Lewis Says I Feel Like a New Person Physically and flentally and EPinkimalnssuffered everything from nervousness severe headache and rain in Iback and abdomen I head consulted different physicians but decided to try your medicine and I soon found it was giving me much relief I con InndI Miss M H LEWIS 2108 Valentine Ave Tremont Now York N Y waytoFollowingisMrs Havens First Letter to Mrs Pinkham DERMns mytroublesand for so long that I become very weak also get very dizzy I am troubled with before and have sometimespain in back bearing down feeling a desire to pass urine frequently with pains in passing it have leucorrheta headache fainting spells ant some hoaxfromIowaJunoMrs Havens Second Letter II DEAR MRS PINKUAM I wish to our sufferedytroubloEerwork Was obliged to sit or lie down tho most of the time I doctored for remediesLydiaEand Liver Pillsand now feel like a new romrmMns E3uu HAVEv 2308 South Ave Council Bluffs Iowa Feb 1 1900 5000 EWARD stertiapeopleql1eslloDtdthcgenumenessc we are constantly publishing we havewith the National City flank ol Iynn Mss 5000 awill be paid to any person who will show that the bovc are not genuine or were published before ebtaming thespecial permission LYDIA E PIHKIIAU MEDICINE Co Jl Poor Woman hasJust as much right to good health as arichwoman Dr Greene offers free of charge to every woman the advice that leads to health SiJlcvrspeI advice of the discov I boughtforyou will write W L DOUCLAS UNIONoThe real worth of my P303 and 5350 shoes compared with other makes U gtao to gi00 My 4no tilt Edge Line cannot bo r t rated at any price nest in the world for men GoodenrRcllItnndtwellurer In tlie world i tvillpayStOOOluaoyoaewtiocua Vrutc that my Uiltuicul l toe rue DnetnTnkewill name and price slampcil on bottom Your dealer should keep them I Rive one dealer eicIuMve sale In eacb toxin If lie fines not keep them and will not get than for you order ClTrJaJto1Ofr 4 f tt- I J tt jj J 1 I jj- f I f f1AI P OLIVER fBlacksmilhand Undertaker p HICKMAN KENTUCKY I I1I3IVE ME A TRIALwhen J wAntJl f epeciltyft Comnoa Kosewoo sadl Solid IJUcl t fittedCneee whichcan be reasonshieme R callI 1M1 Shop near the Jail tel LIVERY STABLE 1 Ir OPPOSITE R R DEPOT 1 tROCKi PrcprC r i rrstellss turnouts r c surreysarrie Customers strved Patronage Cash Book Stofe Splcttdid Selection of 1 NEW BOOKS gr 5Jt tk STATIONERY NOTIONS Eerkt1fARYi BERFNDFS fr Co CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers tita are hero o stay Nobody trill auprcciato your patronage or take more plf asnre in try mg to please you than wH old reliable barbers R U CAIDWELI VILL CIOWF1L DR S K DAVIDSON Dentisrt 1 5IOKMAN KENTUCKY 01309 over Oov7 illHDrug Store C E EAKER General Grocer t Powell Block Clinton Rt Having purcliased the Grocery Stock of J J C Boniltiruii would be Ideaed to hue all old fritnds to call Fresh Good Iud Choice BaCins W J BARRY COt AT BLTKSKKS UU lItJ- lWill make you a lug ry to order Repair or Paint your old one BLACESMITHING 0 ALL KUrDS I f fALL WORK GUARANTEED WILL HUT OLD BUGGIES I tnK llemlcy Jan U u IJoniirtC r rREMLLYt t ATIOBHSTS ASLAV =I h Will practice in all Courts especially tbo Courts of Ilickman and Fulton coun I ties Mr Bennetts ofliro will remain at Clinton and Mr Kfinleys in Iliukiuan IiI f u L6 Big Four RouteI IThe a Railway System I I Ifa1 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway J Built and Equipped in the Most l Moderntt f Railway Construction l- tThe Passenger Train Service of the u BIG FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 4 ISO Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars In addition to which Sixty Pullman Sleepers are in Continuous Service on the BIG FOUR and its Through i Car Lines WARREN J LYNC- HCenrassTktAKt 1 i iW P DEPpe TAtstcr S A CLiCIirT1O t i rNII 1f I rwtr- v r t I A B1G CONFLAGRATION Millions of Dollars Worth of Property I at Jacksonville BurnedI Ono 1 1 u ml red niul Thirty BKeU Including Hotel + Piihllc lliilld- liitfx lloxpltnlH Itiifliieon- lloiiKe Lite in Astie licksonvillo May 4 vii Ynlce Fla Fiftfcn million ilnlhirs worth of projuMty gone up in sinoko nail 10 H 0 people made homeless is the ee sttltof an iiniofcntwnkin wire ac fidentally iMTin iiyto till shivildintj niacliinc of the Aiiierican Filer Lo lriday at the eoiiier of Davis rud Union streets Fne started ltCIln the hours of 12 it nd 1 oVUnk1 in the afternoon and owinJ to this tact the loss of life win w eompaiiitielyI iiillI Thu fllnr factory was fir wood cn shell full of itiilaminable material and in a fW moiuents was a mass of uuns The wind whieh was al ready blowtyijj strong from the xnttth wosf d to be possessed with a suddenRlPrI and soon was enrriinf desh em bora nil throsiuli the city portion of wliieh lay right inthe eour e of the wind one delay vas experienced in ettinty itt alarm and to add to the tragedy of the fateful aeeidents 111ln inc at the water works sofa a mishap and nothin more than an ordinary l re sure could lx obtnined- til iight into the heart of the town 11te tiames swept 0 The Windsor hotel tjie St lames both tine winter ho inercditanlyshort lowed and then row upon row of ele gant residenees went up The flames swept down in the rear of the 1nited States hotel and that with the Iaw exehamje wits doomed Meantime the county court house caught tire and another splendid ed ilee wan soon a total wreck From the Inited Stats Aotel the flames aprain jumped across the street and the line of march WAS again talc en up only to be checked when the last building near McCoy and Hogan creek hail been destroyed The hotels destroyed inelnde the Windsor St lames Tlaeide toilet States Gird ilenada and Oxford The plans of the city 84 preparetT by the city surveyor show t lint ifl blocks were burned and a hart of another block The estimates of esi deneis to tthe block in the reshim tinl district is ten and in the busi ness section the blocks were solid New York May GThe Jackson ville cmenycmy committee of the ilerhants association of this city or anied to send relief to Jackson ville Fin Sunday received the for lowing telegrnm Tallahassee Fla flay 5Food sup plies newIHl as temporary relief Jack sonville association will Issue call which will bo furnUhed you giving class of sup rlios n MIMi The of Floridanameprcclate your noble hock In I thank you 181n1toW S JENNiNGS Coy lackuonvllle Ka May iOne hun dred and thirtysix blocks covering the best rrldentlalI and Uuninoas portion ot peoplehomelessl pcopla recnndlns liberally but demands for help beyond our ability to meet fiSisned J 1C T BO DEN Mayor To Mayor Ilowden a telegram was tent telling him that the citzcns of- Now York would respond nobly to his appeal for food clothing cots household utensils cbiigs etc as loon as they knew just what was needed and that the emergency com mit tee would meet Monday with the old Galveston relief committee to take aetion upon receipt of any definite information Jacksonville Fla May LCite InuiiTcr of 10000 homeless people was satisfied Sunday upon the arrival of relief trains and bouts bringing pro- visionS front neighboring towns Early Sunday morning a commis sary WitS established in the center of the city where the people were fed during the day The relief fund is rowing hourly and every mail brims offers of assistance Sunday an order was promulgated under martial law requiring all merchants whose stores were spared by the lon flagration to open their doors and sell to all who asked The streets hive been crowded all Jay with shoppers who lost interest in the fire and many stores remained open all night It is estimated that lOOn persons have left the city and every outgoing train is crowded with refugees Five carloads of tents were received Sunday the property of the stale wJiii h are used by the home less temporarily Another shipment- of tents from the government ar rived Monday The Times Union and Citizen esti mates the total property loss at llj 000000 The Onrdo Ilonnc Solil Salt LakeJ May GThe Garrlo house known as Amebas mansion built by J5righim Young for hii fa vorite wife Amelia Folsom Young and for several years occupied by her passed from the hands of tin church The property was sold in the name of President Snow as trustee for the church to Sol F 1 S Holmes of this city Women Are Admitted Chicago May 6At the second an m al meeting of the stockholders and board of director of the Chicago Homeopathic Medina1i college held on Saturday it was determined to admit women ou ai equal tooting with men Itcdncod the Fleet Wnsnington May GThe gunboat liemiirigton will sail for the United States from Manila on July 1 following the Petrel This is a movement in the general rcducticu of the fleet in Asiatic wjers I BURNED TO DEATH I Seven PcrMHin Lose Ihelr Live In llre In n Chlciicit Apartment Ilnlldliif Chicago May GSeven persons v re burned to death three fatally injured and several others slightly burned and otherwise injured in a fire that destroyed a threestory apartment building at OMG Mar qucUu avenue South Chicago Sun clay While the occupants of the burning building were strugglingwith the smoke and unities in the hope of forcing their wny to safety the lire men who were responding to the alarm were vainly waiting far a freight train which blocked the way of the lire engines to move away from the crossing and give an open road to the fire Marshal 1ri4enll in charge of the firemen c alma to the conductor and brakcman to move the train but they refuted tto comply with his request The police were sent for and the crew was arrested Then under orders of the fire marshal the train was backed from time crossing but by the time the liy men reached time burning building the structure had been destroyed Scattered among the emliers were found the hatred re mains of the victims Tlus bodies were burned beyond recognition and were identified in various ways Conductor Brown who was arrested claims one of the firemen un coupled the airbrakes without turn ing the angle cock setting the brakes and that the engineer was unable to non the train until the pipes were tilled again mad the brakes released After an investigation by the police otlleials the fain crew ivas released on bonds Sunday night- EVACUATED PEKING to felted Stntfw Caviilry and ArllllrryJ- IurelnMl Pram Cnitlliil to Ton Kn KnriMvell CVr ItIlItr Tcking May 0The3rnited States rivalry and artillery left 1eking Sunday morning to march to TonIKu Imposing farewell ceremonies at tended their departure Sir AlfredI lastlee and the other Brithh gener als with their statVs were present and the 1ritish commander shut a i1 taehment of HaluchiV who escort ed the Americans outside the city wall Gen ChafiVe publicly thanked the cavalry and artillery for tlteir services in the international relief exile dition and for their behavior since which has been he snidn credit tc themselves and their nation The infantry anti headquarters tttafl will leave by rail as soon as the trans ports arrive at Tnku FIGHTING IN MANCHURIA tt Throe Itmidn IVhlcli Were len nolii r the Pence lwi flare Itfon Annlliltjiled St Petersburg May GThe Russ kyI Invalid publishes details of the re Cint operations in Manchuria It ap pens that the North Miiiiclinrinn division under Gen Zerpilski fought over 20 engagements losing altogeth er 21 mien killed std seven officers and 01 wounded two oflicers having died of their hounds A quantity ot guns and rifles were captured The total results of the operations iis that of three hands which at the beginning of the year wIre iniMiicing the peace of Manchurm two have been annihilated according to the Kussky Invalid and the third after Mistaiuing a number of defeats 5j now being pursued by the Ittissia divisionI DEATH OF MAJ MANNING Me Served With DUiiiielina in tlif Civil Viir Jtetlreil Prom the UeJuJnr trot Washington May G1Lnj Wn C punning C S1 retired lied here Sunday During the civil war he served with the 1st Massach tsetts infantry soil with the V th anti 103d regiments of colored infantry rising Mo the rank of major liter the war MajI j ManningI was appointed second lieutenant in the regular army and again rose to a majors rankI retir ing in 1ShW Vise Oorenii I unit Yokohama May 0 Advices from Seoul capital of Corea says In the Corean loan agreement now purr fished the Yin Nan syndicate retains a tenth part for the ostensible pur pose of establishing a bank while the government undertakes to repay Ihe whole UOO000 yen in 211 years the customs duties being pledged as security SightSeers In Mvlliouriiv Melbourne May 6One hundred thousand sightseersi thronged the streets of Melbourne Sunday to view the beautiful decorations in honor of the duke and duchess of Cornwall told York Lord llopetoun the gov ernor general accompanied by Lady llopetoun visited the Ophir Sunday afternoon to welcome the duke and duchess lhree lerinlacd In the lonnlc Montreal May G IJrunelles hotel a small hostler in Maissoneuve a eastern suburb of the citywas burn ed Sunday and three inmates Mrs Irunclle wife of the proprietor Octave Lcussier afarmerand Mrs Lens sieur perished In the flames Col DcmlKoii Captured London May GXews has arrive J here says the Cape Town core spondent of the Daily Express that Col Dennison with a patrol of scouts has been captured The scene of ttw capture is not known Ic Cape Tovru 4 THE fIRE VICTIMS Receipts bthe Jacksonville iCe lief Association Approximate1 Fifty Thousand Dollars CAR LOAD3 OF SUPPLIES ARRIVE Six Dead Uodies So Far Have Keen Discovered in Different Parts of the City Six TlHUianntl Iletitule Were ledMondayOrder PrevnllH Ender Military Huh Mnil VorU oll- lelllilcMlIJi COIHIIieileel laekSiiflMe Fla May1 7 The work of l1Qti1t in lscionvtll is pro Dressing pBtcmatieally The relief iK oeii4ior louday iuc reused its eoin uijttce of ylne to fifteen appointsI I IliimnJial oniiuittee 01 tire adopted t eoustitiyjon and monde temporary Tirgaiiizattcih permanent with l IFo Jarner prislent and 1 li Tarrott rite presiijftuii The fimllt ting are thc dead I far recovered Harry ID Itoiuilluiu andI iml Clark white and an unknown Negro foiujil iin the niter Monday1 II t- Ill foot of Market street MrsL Cor iieliaI ThompsonI widowI of the I hue Celli Uaddy1 Thompson hones found in ruins of Ole Ladies home Union i ml Laura streets Martha Hagen a Negro women found Sunday at eeau ami Slate streets Ont other unknownI Negro is reported found in the river ljut the report is nor ouiirmed lnuathau was VII years ild and a prominent real estate man lie leaves a wife and one child Iln tvithi I Clark was emit otT by the dames it Market street wharf 1VrdltiKT the DeMtlliite Six thouKind destitute were fed Monday by the relief associaliotK- tov Jennings has perfected mili tary government of the city by a general order placing Col loxell in omiuand and making Maj Maxwell provost marshalI TIll receipts by the relief assoria tion find other agencies approximate jOOOO Moiulny night Ten t earliKuls of supplicR were re reeived Moutlny from Cht1I slrnI1 aI1 omit from AUmitn as 111t many other SIIUlUots- llreNol onlcr prevailsi 1 The umk af rebuiidiYr has eotitmnrnerJ The swner of rlig Gardner Iniiidiuir vriis that he hnordered jlaiiN fur li- tlrCoa of it eightwort hnilIhmr m the old Yk This + + a 11h11 t hIlHlqlMJtrUotur Iturnel IlaI in 1rrep- 11inet ari4for rebuildin of till y lInsuf6lUlt adjuster rout in11et arrive lint no concerted phil 0 lows II ttl iiiviits link been arranged A 11 OtllcJal Statement The following oillcial aatrument ono iissued Monday night by the rrlitf si tciafiom To the People of the Tinted tales The relief committee hr ing re ehId many inquiries concern iiu tlnf iitimtiou here desires Ito make thC following general statement The city of Jacksonville on Fri hiy Jay 3 vas visited by one of the nostl horrible and appalling calamities hat has ever happened to anyroam 1 unity of modern times About noon f the day a lire was discovered in a mall palmetto iiher Jaetory in the xtremc western portion of the city A high wind was blowing to the east ward currying the flumes user the meads of the firemen The fire spread with such rapidity that our citiens had great diniculty in leaving their homes and places of business In many eases they barely escaped with their lives nail we regret to say that u number were burned tel death or ilrowned in their efforts to wrap from the flames The number at this time we bare been unable to as ei tain although live bodies lure been tiken front the ruins and from ten to fifteen thousandi people are home loss The Iliimeil tree The burnt area extends ea t ami west about two miles md north ntl south varying from one lmalf to three imarters of a mile In 1his trey was situated the oldest and most pop ulous portion of tthe city embracing all classes of people high and low rich and poor Iltr tiames carried be fore them homes churches and all the public buildings save one Motv than half of the business section was also consumed The property loss ngjrreirates from 12000000 to On 000000 All contributions of money should he sent to A M Ives treasurer and all supplies should be sent to Jack sonville Relief association KxCoiiKrejOiimm Turner Married Springfield 111 Miv 7 Former 1onjrressnjan Oscar Turner of the fifth Kentucky district Louisville 1yand Miss Mary Jane Cahlwell of Chatham daughter of Congress man Itnajamin R Cahlwell of time Seventeenth Illinois district were married lucre Monday IoUIIIn tenrs- SelmaAht May 7 The heaviest hail storm in years visited this city Monday1 Stones the size of bird eggs feljilring a drivingwind storm anti retiiauudon the ground about 10 iiiinutesJ damaging young corn and cottont ci Tool Plant Burned Lowell Mass May1 7 The Tificld Tool Coplant was burned Tuesday morning Loss probably will exceed 240014 w RELIABLE R B BREV ARD 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 jjustifies 9 AJJIJGOOnS1 1 CAi i FEED AS H1ItROOFING A SPECLLTy RiZAN BItKl f l l HICK3IAN IE TUCIY Capital1 I Stock1 Plif000 111 20000lTermAtsofrespectfullysolicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected hy the jt Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet beet Opened hy Burglars o R CSflhfprV IIIOKMAN WAGON CO MAXUFAtTUCEKM or Till CELKBRAT J =Z4 n J 1 Wf i3latQ 4i CIIIIlCh1E1NsErTTUCIY 111TAL1TyPOWERllEALTflRTORIDThe A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles M1e warmth pare ricb rSSTHEY NEVER FAIL Xo matter hov hopeless the caw luoy twin Astonishing and quick re ruJts They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the molt powcr ful oticvmrnieu and iigtly ERE and BLOOD FOODkllownmimeT R II E Natural Vegetable Tonic arc quickly assimilated rt1IOIII Lost Vital an the product of the latest memo s 1 i ermanrntlyNeruoTablets skillful and learned rotarch in k thechureatenaevery timue used Thep begin nt the seat of tho disiascI sad 1ED tntm anIlmtU UbCcro Timer have our unqualified guarantee They surely and oodimpotencyfIre Fecllnsr Sleeplessness Nervous Debility Indisestlon Constipation Dizziness Vertigo St Vitus Dunce Nervous headache dackache Trembling Numbness Lost Power unit all surtm- mlt tl bcIL orlniiX tll 1lt nt Paralusis and consumption Weafc Woman tl- i andThey ii- r will brinjitlip Blown of Health to Pale Faces mid pleasure to life Wp could give Thons nottmdni afflvtd Try them IInllli yen want It you ran have your money bark Just for the askIII Tneo We n hrc rf ten drirentrem sis 1 tat 2Aertirdy uI11 in mull Iostaje rtnutps takeneNnnc noc ragi AdilrcKs TEE NERVO REMEDY CO 358 West Jefferson St Low vise Ky Stole Agents o tho United States Sold by CowgW COW ill LhRat s to TexasIAt fre4ent intervals dug ing 1901 round trip 1 1lCtlttot rom Cairo andt pointsA 0- ft ana Texas and Okla0ma af greatly reduced rates r i f ii hell uiwfiffeiysu want to go IItSOrr is when you Would like to leaveI and we will tell you ihen you can secure one bf the lowrate tickets zed what it wI Cost We will also send you complete schedule fr the trip and an Interesting i little boon NTri to Texas iI HAWMJTPACtlrall r tf W hSLUJJIE fi P dTtStllllsMIme 9 1 Leaves Chicago at 630 p m daily 1 JVIA THE i x CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL s t RAILWAY Arrives St Paul1 at 750 am i Minneapolis at830 a m JJ r The Only Perfect Train in the World i 4tiJ4 xsr 1 frig 871 y4 FT + a I i i Your Uncle Samuel Hot Avoathcr furniture should bo clean cool and couvenien Your un cle Samuel for example knovs how to obtaina good test Our beds chairs stall porch furuitnro are the most comfortable and graceful made Prices are low Buy now I UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The Undertakers Dcpartmeul is upstairs where we keep a complete line of Caskets Coffins Burial Robes Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives upstairs over the storewhere he can be found1I any time day or night i MORRIS PHILLIPS CIRCUIT COURT The May term of the Fulton Circuit Court convened Monday Judge Rob bins and Com Atty Moorman present and ou duty GRAND JURY R S Roberts foreman D W ClaywellJW Campbell Geo W Johnson W H Roper C E Webb C A Barber and A J Kirkland PETIT JURY J C Roper DII Brown J B ONeil W H Donaho lieu B Kitnberluud Step Fields Lon Robertson A K Mc Council B P Chambers Robt Vearch R L Lynch Geo L Browder W A Naylor G B Watson T E Gleeson Joel Patrick J E Gates L Elliott W M Kirk W O Glidewell J W Cham bers D D Davis W M Shaw Joshua Naylor CASES TRIED Chas Yates violating option law tined 10000 disorderlyhouseDock Eddings malicious cutting ac quitted Sam Evans forgery on F M Bank 2 years in Peniteuiiary I Henry Harricane malicious shooting I 3 years in Penitentiary j shootingDickj j i MARRIED I Married in Hickman Monday the byElderIj JackonII of Clinton to Miss Kate King i county Mr Jackson is a young uusiii i ness man of Clinton and the aIj aUl11npopular b 1110II COLLEGE ALUMNI The members of the Hickman College Alumni who desire to tao part in our Alumni meeting are requested to be present or send word to the home May10th I I 4 1 4 Building 11ateria11 I jl JlUMIJi I 1111Doorsand j i and Windows Paints Cement Hardware Shingles Oils etc CICIj j j 1 j CilEEltFUf414IrIr t 1 Corn Bran etc etc f IIUayOa J WS Ellison t v v CAR U TH E Rii i BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY i FRESH BREAD CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIES I CLINTONSTREET IIMKMAX KENTUCKY Telephone Number 90 TIer Here Mr OE Smith the tinner thor oughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Roofing and and all kinds ot Tin Work Give him a call BB BREVARD 0 K i g r I A Geneva correspondent says Presi dent McKinley has informed Mr Kru ger that he cannot receive him either I othciullyor nnotlicially Minister Conger who has lately re turned from Pekiu says that the stories of cruelty and looting by the allies havd been greatly exaggerated In many portions of Mississippi 50 perjj cent of the cotton crop will have to be replanted and in some sections of theI SUite the price of seed is so high that many farmers are not able to purchase enough to make a second plantingII The Fulton Leader has linotype machine tho first in West Kentucky outside of Paducah It iis the judgment of the New York Sun that a young man who is economical and industrious can afford to marry on a salary of 20 a weekIiI The regular army will he increased proximately 70000 men It will toII left at that number unless more troops are needed for the Phillipiucs rIll Kansas City Star says the election of Mr Wells to be mayor of St Louis was due to the union of the gold Democrats and the horse sense silver Demo crats Such union is an augury of good l0r democracy FOR FUN Ethel You know I want a husband i who i14 easily pleased j Maud Dont worry dear Thats i the kind youll get TitBits surpriseDear I time to pucker up my lips Changing XamesIf I had a name i as houiely as Keturahs Id change itII Nonesense It isnt her front girl worries about Cleveland Plain Dealer Jaok Dont you think that women as a rule prefer a man who is her master Ethel Not at all She prefers one who thinks ho is TitHits CrawfordWhat is your wife so put out t uoutICrabshaw She bought a pair of those straight front corsets and thought they would make her look like the figure of the woman in tlwadertisementPuck tlewettArc you a believer in vacci nationJewettMost usydaughternearly a week New York Town Topics J J1 1OVIAfl NN- IfiRS INUItAUE 1 f I AGTSI OFFICE AT F M BA- NKCOUGH MEDICINES COLt O1JiIE CIlILIJTONIU ALL KINDS AT sbDRUG STORE v v Beware of u Cough mpi I bronchitisItal diseases have for their first indica I tion a persistent cough and if properly treated as soon as this cough appears are easily cured Chamberlains cough remedy has proven wonderfully suc j reputationjj lug the diseases which cause coughing- ii If it is not beneficial it will not cost you Cowgilldruggist C E EAKEE WVlSTlIG MAIIL Piano Binders Mowers and Rakes The best lowest prices andeasy terms Also generalas sortment of Family GroceriesJJ n + t F = r 1 u t WrId i RpUtin 1 JIiJ a iX lt Meritorious II 1ilie best advertised is not always the Ilea What we ask is a comparison of our line of m IIMens and Womens 1 Secure Article 1 Shoes and Oxfords I fI With others at the same f ownojudgment Heres what we nfleryou for 200 An excellent L 1 a lplainFrenchThen we have a Crown Calf Shoe smite l Iice but a little j fineIShoes at 5250 and 300 that arc without a doubt the best Shoes in Hickman i pricefromIBoys and Youths Shoes in all styles nnl1 glades from 100 IlJ 250 i Our Ladies Patent 1Kill Shoes null Oxford from 3 to 350 l Iare hard to beat iGive us a trialTe make the prices to suit you We are IJ throIm CASH SHOE STORE IITHE iI IieeEiay1or- A1IjTI e IT1 i tyFi1 12iul l rr JilJ f A large shipmentI of Ready Mixed Paints Oils Turpentine Varnishesl Stains Paint Brushes Whitewash Brush byaT Tf- t SWAYNE druggist f yen need anything int this line let him make you lprices before buying+ COME UP ST1iIRSm Having Ileased my dry goods store to Ho e11lstair-s l over the grocery ooh opposite Dr Davi sons Dental1 parlor wiser I will continue to sell at cost all the remainder ofIny goods Please calll lif you want anything in this line veryti cheap IT n H EUCXANANmIUtCiLDLE9 Croorie Fresh Meatsy Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement JtirVe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and noj pains will be spared to 1please our customers Our motto is UOOD GOpD3It 17ALR PRICES Try us Clinton Street Telphonc IL Goods Promptly Delivered COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS 1901Couucil preventBrevardMinuteswere signedThe presentedon allowed and checks ordered issued for amounts Tom cStsbrickCowgill Cowgill Plastico and 830RandRepairs M5lIlckmanl t7 It tA ZOD Report of City Treasurer for April 1001- GENKKAL FUND ACCOUNT To hal per last report S1G604 To amount recd of II C Holm 10150 To amount received of Tom Dillon Jr 0078 liOlSG By checks paid in April 2491 a Bal to credit this account 5223 WATER AND LimIT BOND ACCOUNT To bal per last report 83o9r l To amt recd of Tom Dillon Jr 2000 J754 By interest paid in April 12000 Bal to credit this account 25954 CITY lULL ACCOUNT 10 t Rapid Trunsit and Hustle l hrt Wall Papei Mills run night= Ionsliirkudiickif i i lam Mid in three days it was on v tIi a Hictcjnan w sidence HOO I i frnn 1 thiir fa tory He willshowt anidl s vhich are Ixiinnful and cheap AkCOfD JOKE A good joke is biiif told in Victor on publishtxlthereto report a party at a homo recentlyI tlwbobahysheulihand suffering from tho grip thoughthe was asking about her cold and answer ed Unit although she usually had one every other winter this one was the worse that sill had over had kept her awake nights a good dual and at first Jlolicoinhislooksonejustin and0it down a wife sick there Pittsburg o- Ordersjacuompanied o1 k f1lle WQ w5trt J fJThe swing we give prices will make this good 4for the May give swing to And then storiJspring furnishing are here plenty 1tll tho new 1fthnt fashion and good taste make tIll rich and pleasing designs whose selection always one tho keenest pleasure weve been in our selections as the excellent values will thotyondt ty SOLID OAK BEDS WORTH erJT COTTON TOP 2rfATrRE33E3 rjWELL WORTH SPRANG MATTRE33E WORr- HJ itNSlUtl 1 STEPHENS fit l Ibul pr last report JJ6011 To aint rCtd of HC lilfi t Uy bond interest and checks paid 16575 IJal to credit this account 8002 W C JOHSSOX C T Report of City Marshal for April HiOl Taxes collectedJO20 00 hold Treasurers receipt for saute TOM Diuov Ju M Report Supt of Water and Light plant for April 1901 To gal in Treasury April 1st liSJ- To amount collected during Apr 354 10 37223 By nmt paid out during April allJ5II Bat in Treasury May 1st 6083 TOM DIUOX lit Supt The reported that he had turn ed into tho hands of tho City Marshal uc book for the present year showing total amount of taxes S5J9958 and that ho holds Marshals receipt for same Motion was made authorising the Mayor and Finance committee to make such arrangements as they deem Lest for borrowing money necessary for carrying on the expense the city until tuxes are collected the vote was cast as follows Ayes Ellison Swayne Cow gill and Brevard Nays Davis On motion the street commissioner was instructed to extend tho sewer on Clinton Street from the Laclcrle Hotel to Kentucky Street On motion the Clerk was instructed to issue and have served notices on all parties whoso sidewalks are out ot re pair have stone repaired within ten days from this notice The Marshal was instructed to enfor ce the law which has been sus for tho past few days on ac count of the overflow from the river The following delinquent tax list presented and on motion approved old allowed to wit WHITE Adams Wet 61 50 Adams Mac fiO Armstrong Chas Bobo Tom gone 50 Barry H 50 Brevard Warner tone 50 Bomar Penny gone 50 Cole Sam 50 Clay Jeff HO Clay Henry Ohumloy M D gone 50 Creason Dan 150 Coburu L C dead 50 Douglass Win gone 5- 0inoFaker R W Edmonds R 50 Edmonds Geo Hefley G 50 Holcombe T A 50 Holcombe W E rJO 150 J Old Soldiers Experience M M Austin acival war veteran of Winchester lud writes sly was a long time spite of good doctors treatment but was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills which worked votders for her health They always do Tnv Only 2Cc at Cowgill Cowgills eirug store I rPJvgl 1 tryI rr C A1 u 1i J Ii I and Eureka with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST PAID FOR ON DELIVERY- ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS Alex A Paris Son u Uh J k i 1 I A I to a particularly shoJlperwitl a buying all t homo in greatest prominent actor lli r fortunate I L i f To p 7 i3 Fines I C of h S I I Clerk tax of to stock pended was 1 1 50 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 50 1 1 1 1 1 fiO W 1 1 1 Hunt John C f in tl tt BE I9c up OUR c PRICE P OUR PRICE OUR PRICE f 145 f 190 ff SMITH HlmJJ7a 350 200 250 275 I I 5UI4pJohnson Win 1 60 I fiOJohnsonI 60Tunes50LanebUMurrelOIetheu50Sells50Tho60Vanceso1VillianssforZachary Gus dead 1 fM COLORED OBryant5oBuchananBrown Dick 1 50 Brown Jack 1 0- I Brown Geo 1 50 Burns Whit non res 1 50 Chealam Joe non res 150 Faulkner W Gnonres 10Ferril Columbus non res 1 rlO Harris Aaron non res 1 fJO t Hicks John 2 12 GOIveJenkins Phil 1 so Love Lon 70 Lauderdale Henry 15iMickcns Albert 1 50 Organ Mose non res 1rJO roHhodcss0Smithn0ShawiNShaws0ShelbySmith E D dead 1 50 Tally Blanton 1 50 Uhlis James 1 so Upshaw James 150 soYates10031OnH C HELM C C COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS Editors who receive complimentary tickets to county fairs and other places a are often looked upon as deadheads but the managers of the Woodford Ill experienceinprinted on the complimentary tickets This ticket has probably been paid for ten times by the paper to which it is issued It will be honored in the hands of man woman or child white black red or yellow who favors the associa tion by presenting it It is good for en trance and grandstand and bearer if driving will be entitled to pass team free The association recognizes tho fact that its splendid success is duo to the notices so freefy given by the press and while wo cannot render an equiva gratefulthanks f IrY r j t