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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 Y r- p K L t f r + J wit xk t IlK so THE HICKMiN OURIER OLDEST 1 VSPAPER INt WES TERN KENTUCKY C c == ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMANI FULTON COUNTY KY MAY 17 19O1 VOL XXXVI NO 25=r M i 11itL tK ILeK C4r3+ = t lRKr4 giLEtj K s MrvC=iYrt 1o Xrt= PL r I m I I Ii 1I 74 I f I i H i z e Every Department brimful and overflo ing with fresh seasonable goods such as you are in need of now Our Superior Goods and their Low Prices speak for themselves and speak louder than words of ours can j 4 do till we ask is that you conic see and R compare them I AMEIIICAN MADE for AXEUIGAX MAIDS 111 IIH40Ill1I- HrzJI IiI iM0G D1 Corr ir i7 Jtw nttecl to living models All tlio Newest Shapes at popular prices Satisfaction Olbmoney cheer Full v refunded IwASH I G DSI I Oh butt iifrr- II ve could tell YOU of theI B can t if ul1 HrlJu f QJ Goods w e i Jfavo to of fer and at such 1 i0w- lrices you would be at our siore early a n d1 late ISILKSI I Ti h a t 41n1 tlIiri I own sellingl l llwfonly attend ant needed iis some one to lake the money I JJ J I Wasiii1ksLI 50cf t Taffetas t 11111S111I 500 to S1OO Just l eceited a shipment of Lathes Misses and Childrens Hose worth 15 and 20c 1 a pair We are selling them at lOc a pair Ask for them We have a complete line of Laces Em broideries and White Goods at the Lowest possible Prices r OUR ENTIRE LINE OF LADI ES KH Slippers and Oxfords AT COST Yon will do well to investigate the matter- as this sale comprises manyrare values Dont forget the pl- aceSHAWS i n e ri r Jth th c c t3 j c I j r XF J iy 4a rjrvNEW FIRM l q Lqt j DQ SIMMONSF Now is YOIIE xCImnee for Greatr Bargains in Dry Goods y 5 mCQS FurniSnings 3Qfsnoes ana Slippar anff Hats We will name you a ffaw prices Xio Dimity S to I In pr yard worth 10 to 20c M Silk Gingham 20j regular price 3fb Atonssclintj 1Foulard 2 3 Ipjr yard regular price J5c Tan Ul Silk all shades 5 to 70 par yawl vjlMwarth59 to SOS Best Brands of Gc Calicoes now going at 5s Percales S 13 to I2a p r yard Ladies 1sunnier vests 80 each Ladies Shirt Waists at fro ai 50 to 203 eachwell worth from Too to 250 Ladies Stock Bows in the latest novelties front 75c to 90c each We have a nice line of f DRESS GOODSat greatly reduced prices MENS LA UNDRIED SHIRTS iti all colors at 30rcent each A good line of lK 4 MEN S UNDERWEAR t at 35 to 40 cents per garment a SHOEt j j If you want a good tip to date Shoe or Slipper we can suit you in style qua itynnd pricb 7fl D SIMMONS Y 4 BUCHANAN CORNERI AA G 11Local and Personal Ii 1 I OYI Mr Holt grebe Drewrj Wt in Union qUy Hunlay- RlVj id Hnff ml it JjIOOIil lirt Sun jyZ night drriOH ha hit any business withi t the Mpiigel lox Co wiil Hurt C L Walker flip gentTMl uitniger upstairs over the TTto4iiin Bask flifLQ women ere u JudgeRUlids as much right in ono as a man1 fer K K KBEVES a CU are in thijir new qnnrtrrs ou tie main business street with the hirjjest and btxt sortmet of Xew StyleDoggie to Ite found in tie city of litckinan I Mixe l naIII I Mess ii14 00 fl AllD Steam em S 50 be r ludiuunpulb- C 101 nmAJo 2 red i 73 4 s- r01o7 mixed 45 v- JATS JXo Ymicro ta A mans stomach was suocesually phy3iciu1Modern that our innards are simply put on for ornament and that eating and drink ing is all a habit Cull and see E K ROy Go ut their njw stand loft Finest l igs at the L nvest Prices ever offered in flick alauThe ollicors in charge of th Coafe Il+ rate Reunion at Memphis send woitl that all the soldiers will be properly taken care of during the reunion free of charge who aro not able to bear the expenseThe increased number of operators finding employ mont with tho new Men I gel factory brings an increased iemand for houses which cauuot be supplied except now ones are bnilt Hares tin opportunity to uso some of your snrplus money Work has commenced on the new Mongol factory in West ITickmau and a considerable force so employed Mr Scott of Louisville is the contractor One building is to be 50 x 300 foot and besides there will be other buildings The railroad will extend track dawn to this plant Elder J R Williams will proach at Mt Tlermou next Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at Divis Chapel 4 miles south of lliekuian at 3oO p in His snbject for the morning sarmon will bo The Lords Plan for Mission Work For the evening sermon The Bible re seals the only Plan of Salvation Everybody cordially invited The editor of the Ilickmau Courier Celebrated his Gist birthday last wok Mr Warren Juts been editing tho Courier since 1859 and during all that long period ho lies been an honor to the newspaper profession Heres to you Warren and may you have many re turns of your birthday and the Critic hopes they will all be happy ones Columbus Critic Miss Florence Newman who has been a great sufferer from muscular rheuma tisin says Chamberlains Pain Balm ii is the only remedy that affords hor relief iliss Newman is a much respected rose dent of the village of Gray N Y and I makes this statement for the benefit of others similarly aillictod This liiii Miieiit Is for sale by Cowgill b Cowgill druggists Hickniaii u LIaR6WOSi s1 About Extortion at Memphis I Reunion j The Commercial Appeal anKweriui many letters as to the Confederate Kc I I 1 nnum s-ays3It It Any veteran not fwlin abe to pay I for his IxMinl and lodnns ftn get th j sutiio fret of charse by applying 1 S DitViint chairman of the information rmijTnittff Ifl io dK not rrth nuk tin applicatim in tnun tlu votcran can make tlu smut through the loUl niuudcr of his camp- Anyvteran deWrinjr to pay f r his iuW n1t t uIIL 14- 1u meat aunt tI +r Kant IRSoino captious criticism hits been made as to extortion There will bo more free entertainment and a greater i variety offered by Memphis than was I offered by any other reunion city I Entrance to the court of honor will be free to the veterans and their wives i The tireworks display will bo free to veterans and their wives j iI The flower parade will he free to yet j verans and their wives j The battle of roses will be free to the veterans a id their vicesTh-e i on i of Veterans ballI will be I free to veterans and their wives j t Tue sponsors hilt will be free to vet i Iit emus ant their wives An elaborate athletic carnival at the II Anditorhiui will be free to veterans their wives andIIf The Southern Cross drill will be CreeI to veterans and thoir wives In a word every form of eutertain meat on the oHicial programme will be free to veterans and their wives To end discussion on this point fur ever and aye it may bo stated that a veteran in good Htanding not able to pay can come to Memphis and see everything on the official programme eat Lund sleop for three days without spending a cent FOR SALE AT ONCE 1j onceI Moscow Roller Mill W property S BDUXFTT for sale j Atx It XKW SHI WIEXTOf WALL PAlEK Y The Prettiest Line of Wall Paper tt the Lowest Prices we have ever secured Oar customer get the benefit of our Inrgnn WILSONS ROOK STOKB I a If a Girls In Love ineSSc F 1 t t f 116qe 4 if dtJ Thats tho Squiros bus irlIlint s if yon have any sheet metal- worki to be done or any old Roofs that need repairing and painting E Thats our Business I Will guarantee em loo- tt IhII C w S ELl ISON b l NOW IS THE BEST TIME To have your Rabys Photograph taken When the weather is not so hot anti the Baby is not fretted and my prioes urn made to suit For a short time I will make six l latino Photo graphs for One Dollar SlOO that would he cheap at Two Dollars Dont miss this chance Extreme caro will be r taken to please my patrons Remember the place ROSEDALE the Photographer cA4Az 1 3IiAWSEWi1i 4JI C R a I 1 R I E 8 4 as cheap as any one See them be 4f fore you buy anything rrrr4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEEDF IGiven Free tIWith each cash purchase of 10- 0Ms t 0 9Mzcw S SONSt f f r fi r 1 r 3 1 t I 1IFI 4- N e t SPIRITUAL WORKERS Dr Talmage Uses Hunting as an Illustration of Gospel Truth LrCs All Clirlntlnn Worker to In cren ed Fidelity mid Tclln now Muck Short at UoiiiKT Good Vnlln r fit b lcutsvlosth X YlI0 In this discourse Dr Talmagc urges all Christian workers to increased lidclhtyand shows how much effort at fails through lack of lohng good i 11Iadroitness text Genesis 109 hunter before the Lordwas a mighty In our day hunting is a sport but in the lauds and the times infested of wild beasts it was a matter of life or death with the people It was very dif ferent front going out on a sunshiny afternoon with a patent breechloader to shoot reed birds on the flats when Pollux and Achilles and Diomedes went out to clear the laud of lions and panthers and bears Xenophon grew eloquent in regard to the art of hunting In the far east people elephant mounted chased the tiger Francis 1 was called the father of hunting And Moses in my text sets forth Nimrotl is a hero when it presents him with broad shoulders and shaggy apparel ContI sun browned face and arm unshed with muscle a mighty hunt er before the Lord 1 think he used eke bow and the arrows with great success practicing archery I hue thought if it is such a grand thing and such a brave thing to clear wild beasts out of a country if it is not A better and a braver thing to hunt down and destroy those great evils of society that are stalking the land with Serve eye and bloodypaw and sharp tusk and quirkl spring I have wondered if there is not such a thing as liospel archery bywhich those who dare been flying from ttruth may be raptured for God and Heaven The Lord Jesus in His sermon used the art- IIf angling for an illustration when lie said 1 will mike you fishers of auen And so 1 think I have authority for using hunting as an illustration of tJfospol truth and 1 pray God that there may bo many a man enlisted in the work who shell begin to study Gospel archery of whom it may after awhile be said He was a mighty hunter before the Lord flow much awkward Christian work here is done in the world How many good people there are who drive souls away front Christ instead of bringing them to Him All their lingers are thumbs religious blunderers who up set more than they right Their gun has a crooked barrel and kicks as it goes off They are like a clumsy com rade who goes along with skillful hunters At the very moment he ought to be most quiet he is nn alder or falling over a craeldillgII frightening away the game How few Christian people have ever learned how the Lord Jesus Christ at the well went from talking about a cupful of rarer to the most practical religious truths which won the womans soul for God Jesus in the wilderness was breaking bread to the people 1 think it was very good bread It was very light bread and the yeast had done its work thoroughly Christ after He luul broken the bread said to the peo tile Beware of the yeast or of the leaven of the Pharisees So natural transition it was and how easily they all understood Him lint how few I Christian people there arc who under tand how to fasten the truths of God and religion to the souls of men The archers of olden time studied their art They were very precise in the matter The old books gave spe cial directions as to how an archer should go and as to what an archer should do He must stand erect and firm his left foot a little in advance of the right foot With his left hand lie must take hold of the bow in the middle and then with the three lingers and the thumb of his right hand he should lay hold the arrow and amx it to the string so precise was the di rection given But how clumsy we are about religious work How little skill and care we exercise How often our arrows miss the mark I am glad that there are institutions established in many cities of our land where men may learn the art of doing good studying spiritual archery and become known as mighty hunters before the Lord In the first place if you want to be effectual in doing good you must be very sure of your weapon There was something very fascinating about the archery of olden times Perhaps you do not know what they could do with the bow antI arrow Why the chief battles fought by the English Planta genets were with the longbow They would take the arrow of polished wood and feather it with the plume of a bird and then it would fly from the bowstring of plaited silk The bloody fields of Agincourt and Solway Moss and Nevilles Cross heard the loud thrum of the archers bowstring 2sow my Christian friends we have a mightier weapon than that It is the arrow of the Gospel it is a sharp ar row it is a straight arrow it is feath ered from the wing of the dove of Gods spirit it flies from a bow made out of the wood of the cross It has brought down 400000000 of souls lnut knew how to bring the notchof that arrow on to the bowstring and its whirr was heard through the Cor inthian theaters and through the courtroom until the knees of Felix knocked together It was that arrow that stuck in Luthers heart when he cried out Oh my sins Oh my sins If it strike a man in the head it kills his skepticism if it strike him in the heel it wilt turn his step if it strikes Him in the heart he throws up his hands aa did one of old whci wounded in the battle crying 0 Galilean tlou bast conquered In tfct trcuory cf the earl of Pem broke there are old corselets which show that the arrow of the English used to go through the breastplate through the bodyof the warrior and out through the backplate What a symbol of that Gospel which is sharp er than a twoedged sword piercing to the dividing asunder of soul and body and of the joints and marrow Would to God we had more faith in that Gospel The humblest man in the world if he had enough faith in it could bring a hundred souls to Christ perhaps 500 Test in proportion as this age seems to believe less and less in it 1 believe more and more in it What are men about that they will not accept their own deliverance There is nothing proposed by mm that can do anythingt like this Gospel Again if you want to be skillful in spiritual archery you must hunt in unfrequented and secluded places Why does the hunter go three or four days in the Pennsylvania forests or over Kaqucttc lake into the wilds of the Adirondack It is the only way to do The deer arc shy and one bang of the gun clears the forest From the California stage you set as you go over the plains here and there a coyote trotting along almost within range of the gun sometimes quite within range of it No one cares for that It is worthless The good game is hidden and secluded livery hunter knows that So many of the souls that will be of most worth for Christ and of most value to the church arc se cluded whey do not come in our way You will have to go where they are Yonder they are down in that cellar Yonder they are up in tha- tgarretfar away from the door of any church The Gospel arrow Imam not been pointed at then The tract distributor and the city missionary sometimes just catch a glimpse of them as a hunter through the frees gets a momentary sight of a partridge or roebuck The trouble is we arc waiting for the game to come to us We are not good hunters We are standing on some street or road expecting that the timid antelope will come up and eat out of our hand We arc expecting that the prairie fowl will light on our church steeple It is not their habit If the church should wait 0000000 of years for time world to come in and be saved it will wait in vain The world will not come What the church wants now is to lift its fet from damask ottomans and put them in the stirrups The church wants not no many cushions as it want saddlebags and arrows We have got to put aside the gown and the kid gloves and put on the hunting shirt We want a pulpit ou wheels We have been fishing KO long in the brooks that run under the shadow of the church that flue fish know us and they avoid the hook and escape as soon as we come to the hank while yonder is Upper Snranac and Big Hupprrs lake where time first nwlng of the Gospel net would break it for the multitude of the fishes There iis outside work to be done What is it thai 1 see in the backwoods It is a tent The banters have rustle a clearingI and camped out What lo they care if they have wet fret or if they have nothing but u pine branch for a pillow or for the northeast storm If a moose in the darkness steps into the lake to drink they hear it right away If a loon cry in the midnight they hear it So in the service of God we have exposed work We have got to cnmp out and rough itcare putting all our care on the comparatively few people who go to church What are we doing for the millions who do not come Have they no souls Are they sinless that they need no par don ire there no dead in their houses that they need no comfort Are they cut off from God to go into eternity no wing to bear them no light to cheer them no welcome to greet them I linear today surging up from the lower depth of our cities a groan that moles throughour Christian assemblages and through our beautiful churches and it blots out all this scene from my eyes to lay as by the mists of a great Ni agara for the dash and the plunge of these great torrents of lift drop ping down into the fathomless and thundering abysm of suffering and woe I sometimes think that just as God blotted out time churches of Thy atira and Corinth and Laodicca be cause of their sloth and stolidity he will blot out American and English Christianity and raise on the ruins a stalwart wideawake missionary church that can tales the full mean ing of that command Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved but he that believeth not shall bedamned a command you see punctuated with a throne of Heaven and a dun geon of hell- I remark further if you want to succeed in spiritual archery you must have courage If the hunter stands with trembling hand or shoulder that flinches with fear instead of taking the catamount the catamount takes him vWhat would become of the Greenlander if when out hunting for the bear he should standshivering with terror on an iceberg What would have become of Du Chaillu and Livingstone in the African thicket with a faint heart and a weak knee When a panther comes within 20 paces of you and it has its eye on you and it leas squatted for the fearful spring Steady there Courage 0 ye spiritual archers There arc great monster1 of iniquity prowling all around about the community Shall we not in the strength of God go forth md combat them We not only need more heart but more backbone What is the church of God thai it shoald fear tor look in the eye any transgression Vncre is the Den gal tiger of drunkenness that prowls around and instead of fttttckiug it how of thechurlhtable There is so munch invested in weareofdollI1sspigotsinI gm pa I tecs with marble floors and Italian top tables and chased ice coolers and in the- strychninc thetartaricthat Autericandrinkseyes on the Heidelberg tun It is the great liquor vat of Germany which Lj said lo hold SOO hogsheads of wine ithasantilookedThatisour American vat holds lOUOOOOO barrels of strong drinks and we keep 300000 men with nothing to uo but to see that it is filled I j orintemptIanlCt steps of fraud and uneleanliucss requires you to rally all your Christian courage Through the press through the pulpit through the platform you must asail It it Would to God that I wouldIholy Christian re I forth I think it was in 193 thatt- lmercuventt out from Luckuow IIndia under the sovereign the greatest uniting party that was ever project ed There were 10000 armed men in that hunting party There were camels and horses and elephants On sonic princes rode and royalI ladies under exquisite housing and COO coolies waited upon the train and the desolate places of India were in railed by this excursion and the rhi noceros and deer and elephant fell under the stroke of the saber and partybroughtrupees having left the wilderness of India ghastly with the slain hodiofwild beasts Would to God that in stead of here and there a straggle going out to fight these great mon sters of iniquity in our country the I millions of membership in our churches would band together and hew in twain these great crimes that make the land frightful with their roar and are fattening upon the bodies and souls of immortal menI Who is ready for such a party as I jthat Who will be a mighty hunter for the Lord 1- II I remark agnin if you want to be I successful in spiritual archery you I nerd not only to bring down game I but bring it in 1 think one of theI most beautiful pictures of Thornaid lien is his Autumn It represents a j port sinan coming home find stand Iling under a grapevine Ho nas a jI stair over his shoulder and on the j other end of that stair are hung a j rabbit mind a brace of hints Every j hunter brings home the game No ont would think of bringing down a roebuck or whipping up a stream for trout nnd letting theme lie in the woods At eventide the caran is adorned with the tronsures of theI forest btnlc aunt fin and antler 4 If you go out to hunt for immortrI I soul not only brinf them down un der the arrow of the Gospel but bring j them into the church of God the I j I grand homo and rncampmont wi lure I rechIplIthf indoors what enthusiasm ouijnt we to have who are huntingt for immor tal souls If Domitian practiced arch ery until he could stand a boy down in the Koninn amphitheater with a hand out the fingers spread apart and then the king could shoot an ar- rOw between the fingers without wounding them to what drill and subjectourselvesual archers nnd miglity hunters before the Lord Rut let me say you will never work any better than you pray Time oln archers took the bow put one enl of ir down beside the foot elevated the other cnn and it was the rule that the bow should be just the size of the archer If it were just his size then he would go into the battle with confidence Let me say that your power to project good exactlytoother words the first thing in preparation for Christian work is person al consecrationOh r walk with God A calm and heavenly frame A light to shine upon the rood That leads me to the Lamb There is in a forest in Germany n place they call the deer leaptwo crags about 18 yards apart between them a fearful chasm This is callec the deer leap because once a hunter was on the track of a deer It came to one of these crags There was no escape lor it from the pur suit of the hunter and in utter despair it gathered itself up and in the death agony attempted to jump across Of course it fell andwasdashed on the rocks far beneath plainitevery man to walk hi But here is a man who says I wont walk in that path I will take my own way He comes on up until he confronts fromUcome leapfromtimeheightsand give him full swing for no soul ever did that successfully Let him try Jump He misses the mark and depthdestroyedangels devils What shall we call that place of awful catastrophe Let souljdeath ZULUS OF THE RAILROADS Rueer Title rtyn to lien In Charge of HlnorirU SCorkrf Sot aUrea of Africa Do you know what a Zulu is said an old railroad man according to the Chicago Inter Ocean The tray eling man who was waiting for his train smiled in a way that was meant to indicate he knew all the species of Zulus that ever existed timed told the railroad man about the Africans called Zulus who maintniiifd that continents reputation for lighting before time Boers stopped in Little was doing in the railroad mans line just then so lit listened Wfll they may be Zulus all rilitenough he remarked hut they ar not the sort of Zulus that trawl on railroads There iis the kind that runs into those yards and he pointed 6 down the track where a box car stoodA Iot pipe protruded through a hole in time door The pipe was at an angle of about Ti degrees A vlou 1 of smoke weal coming from it Four blooded horses nil a man were th occupants of that TIll man uas lh Zulu Taking1 care of valuable stock en routeI from one market to another was his IVIMMOSS He was a type ofehas that railroad imn on every line have named the XiIuyu They fit up the center of the tars for a sort of livingroom and tlucre in the midst of their animals live as happily as the roads president who pass thorn in his private car WHAT WE HEAR FROM ASSINI BOlA WESTERN CANADA Dont Think of Coating Hut Come To the Editor The above is the emphatic man ner in which ai friend in York ton writes to a friend near St Paul Minnesota and it is pretty nearly right too vhen the advantages that Western Canada offer to those seeking unities The Assiniboia dis trict is one of the best The writer from whose letter we quote goes on to isay Jplin if you miss this chance you arjfoolish for you can get out cheaper when there are so many coming and I would not tell you to come if I thought you could not do well and if you dont come in the spring you will I have to go away back for you do not want to think that there is no one liv ing out here but us I saw nicer build ings out here than I ever saw before and if the country was no good what would they want them for John if you sold err thing you have and come out hire you would be worth more than ever you were before and if you can bring your team you can get anything you want on tick and when they do that with strangers they are not afraid they cant make enough to pay for it 1 saw as nice wheat as I ever snow in my life and if they could not grow grain what would the flour r OftOorThomas Fitzpatrickof Yorkton Assiniboia Western Canada wrote to a friend There will be opened up this summer new districts in Saskatchewan and Assiniboia at low prices particular of which can be hadof any agent of the Government of the Dominion of Canada whose advertisement appears felsewhcre in the columns of your pa per Yours truly AX OLD READERt fT A Welcome Vlnltor Sarah what you wake mo tip + o airlr cr asked the irate hu band sitting up in bed and rubbing his eyes I wake you liP replied his wife kazp yofeetLein stay dar said the hiisKiml ad dressing hiuiKelt to sleep again Hey aint no harm in him hell keep all do rattlesnakes Cum nieAtlanta Constitution iSouth DnUola Inrni Is the title of an illustrated hooslet just issued by the Chicago Milwaukee S M PaulI hallway descriptive of the country between Aberdeen and the Missouri giver a section heretofore unprovided with railway facilities hut which iis now retched by a new line of the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Uy Everyone contemplating n change of location will he interested in the information contained in it and a copy may be lead ity sending a tworent stamp AgentChicago eAll men have equal rights but not equal rcsohition KI warn them Itunri Ilion m Made also in four larger sizes Sold everywhere A hard Tank Tobnuy Wioc Paw Mr Wie wellmy son Nnali had two of every henS on the ark didnt hey Yr my son Well paw it must have kept him busy herding the mu robes Ualtnnorp American I How Three Women Found Relief While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering it does not i to been the of nature that woman should suffer so severely Lydia Pinldmms Vegetable Compound is the most thorough female regulator known to medical science It relieves the condition which produces ao much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors The three letters here published should encourage every woman who suffers Aug G 1808 Dean MRS PIfinA3tI have suffered since the age of sixteen with f ainful menstruation I have been treated for months and was told that the womb had fallen a little The doctor says that is now place again but 1 still have the same pain Please tell me what to c1oMts EstMA KCKIII 112 Trautman St Brooklyn E D NY Jan 10 1809 u DEAR tins PIt1nAacAfter re ceiving1 your reply to my letter of 6 I followed your kind advice and am glad to tell you that I have been cured of the severe pain at time i of menstruation through the use ofi Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound I have taken six bottles of it felt better after the first bottle and after a while had no more pain or womb trouble U I had doctored from the age of six teen to twentysix and had lost all hope but your medicine has made me well I would like to have you my testimonial so that others may sec and be inspired with hope and take your medicineMns EMMA KVKIII Hi Trautman Brooklyn E DX Y Feb 20 1000 I I saw your medicine so highly recommended I thought Iwould write to you for advice My menstruation occurs every two weeks lasts aweek and is painful I have been troubled in this way lori sonic time I suffer from sick head ache and backache all the time appe I IS000I WiCKLESS fondhimotf i fond of him 35 she iis fund of bavins pelt I herPlnljdelphiaI es-II tiesfriendt I i+ no other proof Atchison Globe PERIODS OF PAIN 0 1 eeIia have plan E in Aug use St advise stomach every morning every thing eat hurts very weak sallow doctor but he did not seem many good MIES MAGGIE POLLARD Since receiving your answer to s my letter I have been talingvour Vegetable Compound and it has done me more good than any medicine I have ever taken menses are all right now and appear month anti feel so much 1 shell always praise your medicine Misa MAGGIS POLLARD 319 So 4th was troubled with female wctn r menstruapainful ation and Icu I co rrhoc a The doctors medicineI j bottle and a half vcgetableiCompound are gone I poor Richmond stronger Richmond all women suffering as I have to use s your Vegetable Compound EMMA 1- iIi j PFIBBLE Indianola If there is anything about your about which would like special advice write freely to Mrs Pinkham Xo man will your letter She can surely help you for no person in America has such a wide experience in treating female ills as she had She has helped hundreds of thousands of tvomen back to health address is Lynn Mass and her advice is free You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation IIwhichWLDOUCLAS 3 350 SHOES MADE UNION Boat worth or W I Iouzliu a andzQSbU shoe U 84 to S1 My r4r- w GUI Edge lint rnntit be equalled V at any price It is not atone the best loader that makes a tint rias shoe it U the bnvico that have planned the best stvle lantsa perfect model the foot and the construction of the shoo 1t6 mechanical iikUl and kno viedae tint have made W 1 Douglas baM the lest in the wqrlrt for men Tate an ubttltiilc Insist harlnc W I Donzlas shoes with namo and price dtsmped on bottom Yonr dealer houM toep them If be does not ecad for cataloc b1v1D fall lutngtigs howjonjlj marl urocktoej Mauy 4 tite sick at me am thin and e- I have tried t to do 319 So 4th St Va My once St Va U case you see has Her unn muuu I Smallest Blue I Flame as fApril nessirregularand goodj IlliII of r I i e a L I Y a 1 I on This is the IlSTOVE I t t If 1Mf da1 Isdoesthmwrit to time seUt5t agency of STfu ARD- OILCO A 1 J V C lti- 7 ri 4 P OLIVER Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY 1 IVE tE A wantAViigon c HoraeHhoinx a speciallyJ also keep a full line o- fUndertakers GoodsCommon Rosewood and Solid HUeV t hetilledreason t able prices Give ate a call 1 1alg Shop near the Jail LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE u R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Prcpr First class turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams c Customer Patronuge Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of d NEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever tbiug up to date MARY BERENDKR Co JCITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try ing to please yon than WA old reliable barbers R U CALDWELL WILT PROWJSLL t DR S K DAVIDSON DentistBIOKMAN1KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Cowgills Drug Store f C B EAKER General Grocer Powell Block Clinton St s Rising pnrctuted tbe Grocery Stock ot i fJJ C Bonduraut would be pleated lo rive all old friends to call Fresh Good sad Choice Bargain W J BARRY CO AT BUCKNERS ULD SHO- ltWill make you a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your old one BLACKSMITHING OF ALL RINDS t ALL WORK GUARANTEED WILL BUY OLD BUgGIESi n 1111 Remley Joe W IXonnrtt BENNETT REMLEY r ATTORNEYS ATLAW=Will practice in all Courtsespecially- the Courts of Hickman and Fulton cyuu ties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Kemleys in Hickman n The Big Four Route i systemiComprising j 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway j Builtand Equipped in the Most Approved Manner of Modern 1 Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of the BIG FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars t 20 Dining and Cnf Cars la addition to which Sixty Pullman k Sleepers ere in Continuous Service on the BIG FOUR audits Through Car Lines WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPG ttn P 3STktAgtNl sexCrT l R 1 TINKERING OF TARIFFI INO It Xo n Suit Murk Kniiiin O IINt 2iKiilv MitHt Not ue lii- tCPf T Ml pith- The a evident difference of opinion amongst republicans and republican newspapers on the sih of ti11kt frig the tariff to down the trusts or to preserve it intact in the interest of those combines is rather remarkable in itof the fuel that the tariff pirtttcs have hitherto all stood together only clamoring that their purtuMiInr trust or interest might be especially favored Some of the republican brethren lane evi dently ine the adjournment of congress discovered that their con stitiuutts are against the trusts and fuvor the repeal of the sched ules that gite them specialI privileges Congressman Iabcock of Wisconsin ttho is chairman of the republican iongresfitpnal committee seems to hate heard the voice of the people in his district and probably elsewhere IrcMdent Me Kin ley wants to dodge tIll ditllciilty by reciprocity treaties which while favoring thu trusts will allntv the foreigners t o crime in and compete il hum producers of fruits oils and wines etc awe still protect the manufacturer This uas the nr rangement in the reciprocity treaty with France which was rejected by the senate There is another advantage teen by the president in tinkering the tar iff by means of reciprocity treaties It prevents the mutter coming before the house of representatives where all matter of revenue constitutional Iv helot and relegates it to the exec IIII lye sessions of the senate which areheld with closed doors Thus the people nod their representatives kwon nothing about the matter un til it is settled The ear of Russia and his executivei council arrange tariffs and taxes in this way and its initiation by President MeKinley anti the republicans is one of the strong indications of our near approach to imperialism Senator llannu evident- lyI agrees with the reciprocity pro gramme and it is singular that on the same day that President MeKin ley announced it on his tour of tri umph through time south Senator llaiina makes a more extended state ment of the intentions of the admin istration in mother part of the conn try In mat interview at Washington Pa he said I am not cheeky enough to endeavor to speakI for theI republican party but I east speak for myself and as far as I IlIn concerned there will be no Haltering with the tariff Congressman Babcocks poi tion does not merit serious consider ation Although perhaps it would make but little difference to take off the metal schediih do you suppose we nn going to do that and allow time Noel Scotia Steel company for in stance to dump her products into New England Not ranch We may not need the tariff so much any more ns fur as foreign countries are con cerned but we must protect ourselves against the big institutions which are springing up on our border The Dingle tariff is a most perfect work of human ingenuity bal anced on scientific principles It mustnot be disturbed nor must there be any changes in our tariff except on a basis of reciprocity The pretended modesty of Ilanna is evidently intended as another hit at Babcock for having dared to interfere in a matter that only McKiuley Ilanna and the trusts have any busi ness to meddle with The balance of the republican party including time republican members of congress are evidently expected to ratify any ac I ion that they may desire reciproc ity or otherwise TIanna tells one great truth in his interview when line intimates that the tariff is so ingenuously balanced that I it is dangerous to disturb it in the slightest manner or it may fall to pities All this tempest may how ever be Unredwhn the major returns from his free trip and takes Babcock and his following in hand hacked up by the persuasive elo quence of the steel dml other trusts There is plentyof time to arrange matters Congress does not meet un til December While the republican lxpmsion ists have come fare to face with time fact that protection and their pet policy will not pull in the same har ness the tobacco growers of New England and Virginia the cane sugar growers of Louisiana the beet sugar growers of Mehigan C tiforua lWIII York Nebraska Colorado Ttah and other places and the fruit growers of Florida and California are con vinced that a tariff for protection is the proper thing tNt sugar plants too are to be erected this year in 11 linois and even in Indiana Taking these facts into consideration who llctIt t1IilftlUestiun Indianapolis Xews Ind If the repubtieen part proposes to treat time tariff as tilt fetich described by Mr Babcock and acts on a lingleylawornothing pro gramme it will find serious breakers ahead The most extreme believer inn protective tariff cannot indorse schedules that protect trust giants and enablel them to fatten at the expense of the American consumer who has to pay more than time for eign customer ami the patty which stands on such a platform will surely I go down in defeat Atlanta Con stitution The president says that we are to solve the problems of the present untrammeled by the past It might be well though Mr President to hang on to the constitution and the declaration of independence In dianapolis sews fnd IS PROSPERITY UNIVERSAL I Ireaitlclit lielvliilev Starr Only 1 iloI of ThliiK It bileI ICtt ttie Country The president in his speech at Sew Orleans tugraIUhited the people upon sharing in the nnitersai pros perity wit content mem so character isliat this time oflnJ part of our common country There is no doubt that the comfort and IlegKiiee of tilt ilI rml1Il lags of the president seeing nothing Lint time best sde ur the towns he is visiting gites him the idea that all is richness and comfort and yet on the same May day there were strikes inaugurated in doens of cities The vertIrain men who have the care of the sump tiious free train with uhieh tilt rail= road cnmpanics are entertaining Pres ident McKinley are uil the verge of Miiking for reasons that theythink compel them to do se Cut then Pres ident McKijiley may hate his eye on the Wall street boom and as nearly all hose ttho accompany him are addicted to the ticker habit he doubtless heats hourlyof vast prosperity fur of coitrxe those traveling with a pres dent on an expansion old prosperity tour must all be bulls and big winners From another part of the country comes a very different tale and from one of the greatest manufacturing1 cities at that The textile trade tvMcli sntVers periodically from soon dis temper peculiar to itself says the Philadelphia Record iis again in a state of stagnation This is a for able tints therefore for renewed speculation as to the cause of those i CAMtrring slumps in this industry The generalI industrialI situation seems to be good and yet time textile busi ness is at a practical standstill in so far as profit taking is concerned Many mills have been working only part time tare numbers of hands are idle mid although an improvement is momentarily looked for and has ac tually tome in some of the factories trade is generally recognized to be iu a very unsatisfactory state While the reaction streets the in dustry in all parts of tIlt country touch troubles always strike home with particularI forte in a great tex tilt center like Philadelphia Inac tivity in the mill means a grew deal to labor and when tilt workmen are not earning mange regularly the gen eral trade of the city is depressed The reasons which are given for the present Mate of things ai as numerous as are the men from whom explanations II re sought There are hints as to overproduction wider consumption because of ttarii win ters competition in cotton goods from southern twills which have lost the Chinese Itrade the high JIIiufcotton and wool the instability of prices too little protection and the lufof foreign nutlets for the products of our looms Some Philadelphia carpet manufacturers still believe that their trade is being injured by Chinese mattings The chief complaints come from the woolen and carpet factories which nerd a plentiful supply of raw materials at steady prices TIll wool en manufacturer who looks forward to a time then he can secure foreign markets for his goods know fliaj there iis no hope for that so long 5r he must pay protective prices for Ms fiber Xo American manufactured products can be sold abroadill com petition with the products of other countries when our manufacturers have to pay higher prices for their raw material Ionuses to western sheep growers in a prohibitory writ on clothing wools and to the China man who makes heap mattings in a tax on carpet wool which wools we cannot raise in this country are not making Philadelphia manufac turers or their employes very happy COMMENTS OF THE PRESS Inly republicans are now talking a jrivoamltakttaritr policy which means to them that others areI to give and theyere1 to taklIn dianapolis Xews Incl AVe amm lit to make people iu distant lands familiar withollr prod ucts declares President1 McKinleyl So we InS we do nod therefore let us pull down the bars am trade Philadelphia Record American enterprise and cap ital art quite capable of making time world familiar with our flay and the t without any government favors But the artificial harriers erected 1 by the McKinley school of economists have downIPlijlalhe Dingley tariff is as llannr says balanced on scientific plnci pies livery fellow got his share of the swag scientifically distributed and it must not be disturbed for obvious reasons If one of the breth ren is despoiled of his share he will pull flown tic whole house of cards Albany Argus There art some general princi ples which are not subject to change to which the democratic puttyad heres Jis the tariff strict construc lion of till constitution the liberty the citizen the founda ion of10f is government by consent of tilt governed These art always and everywhere sound democratic princi pies They sue perennial Dubuque Herald Why rlo you permit a tariJf to remain articlts l 11dmucedThis is the question which Kepresent ative Babcock of Wisconsin himself a republican says will be put square I c8inpaignSteelsays produce no revenue to speak of but it is a fact that they can be manufac tured cheaper in the United States that in any other country So with other products of other t ustlrnuf falo Per J 1 n fWe I I newmlCoc=red by case Halls mat Catarrht hex J l OeClienivS undersigned have known F J p rfcSiF the last 15 teats and believe 1 him honorable iii tions nil husjaesstransac obligati05 aid ttnali tally null to carry out any hest made by their firm redo1Vliolesale Druggists To Jiir31dill Jinnnll Marvin Wholesalei b Toledo O J1Is internallyactingtnmueoitz7lrfaeCStiesfold SYilltlIn Price 7e pI bot 1tilllonialeHalls Fancily Pills are the best 0 lltnuniiltyTheadvertisingmansl platysaidVe ir Bake that payntentolla Pres attraetjveIctdiauup fj t w i 1 An I lurritlrful World j This mireetaentii I t loughsthej atthej I atthedeplhids1 onhiligIrrliaps j o AdvwMty is nn egg front whkh experience i w Jtauhed Qticngu Daily News i liarChhauat HKi5T UKPOIITV r11ATTIK 35 Kxira brtflifrs 4 00 Gt S 00- lALYiS Mxtrn Stip 0 25 IIOtiS Select shippers 5 CO t x ft 6f Mixed1 puckers 5 jl u r CO IlKKlKxlni1 4 15 v I 25 1A111tslltrilgt 6 00 fir 7 50- FlOLJJ Spring pat 3 SO 1if 4 10 uliKATI NO 2 red co 751 OiXNo 2 niixfdT r 40 OATSNO mixed j1l0I- YIl c e u 5- 9HAYUi timotliv idol 73 IOUK Alain fu 14 75- LA1S1 train f ru 7 SO HUTTKUni dairy G13 13 Choice creamery iV 20 AI1IHS Cli to fanoy 3 75 if 4 50 IOiAIOESIrr lirl 130 ft 1 GO TOHACCO Xe v 7 95 Gt 14 00 Old 540 12 a 50 CIliiHKO- FIOUIJ iii patent 3 SO Tin y- oVlllLTNo2ivd 7U GIr 7Of 7avsORUIu 2 2s 2- I1Nu 2 5 a 5- 4PORT11rss 1145 fIlIIO LAIW Steam 7 s0 7 90 XiM York FLOUIt Win patent 05 ft 4 00 WHliVrI No 2 red ft S- tOHXo2 mixed 4m M y- iOATSNi 2 mixed t 33 RYK u 01 PORK Family C16 00 ffi16 30- llA1t1Steantl a S 27 i- Ilnlllniiirr 773Jbuthertti CORNNo 2 mixed 47VJCT J 47 vs OATSNO 2 ntixeti ni4l 1- 2LJlIE others 5 00 ili 5 40 HOGS Western 025 f jCi GO Ioulnvill- rrroiR win potent 4 so n 4 75 WIIETuIltI r i 75= CORN Mixed CII 50 OATS Mixed f it 31 rOIMC Mss d14 00 LARD Steam S 50 lnUluiiniioli- aVIIEATXo 2 red ij 73 V CORN No 2 mixed C l 45 OATS Xo 2 mixed Ci 2S A Letter from UeiTcy 1 DeweY3liiugOhio he wrote Xo physijjan has done me one hundredth purt of the good your Lo tion has in relieving me of Uarbers Itch with which I had been afllicted more than nine years Palmers Lotion Soap po sesses all the medicinal properties of the Lo tion and in all car es should be used in eon nection with it in preference to any other oap In some cases it may hmetl tem porarily in place of the Lotion If you drug cist doesnt have them send to Solon Palmer 374 Pearl Street New York for tampion of Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap J- Ut Illxril iitlonnllir notlackingAn emigrant in New Zealand stated to the hisfather natIservedillwasboatJ PuthimuQicialdeeisjotmhieagu l You Can Cct AlleiiN ViiutKiiMt Fit1g Leroyj1 laee a powder to shake into youV shoes It cures chilblains sweating damp swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoes cast A certain rare for Corns and Itiin ions All druggistcaudshoestoremsell it 25c wMore Siilinitiiitiiil youSlohbs of beer on my breuth A pnule ehr elbowI ehatnpaguePitifadeiphin Private Muiliiit CIIIII Private Mailing Cud With colored views of scenery on the Chicago Miivnukcc tY St Paul Railway sent on receipt of ten ltH cents in stamp Address IF A Aliller Tenerul Passenger Agent Chicago 111 Iu tile Sulturlia payjsntj Grocer Yea spotless i1 htJugcII 0 J rutlltrlIowI did that youni man come t i to kis you Daujr terlih mm ma b before I1tcecould tell him In iceonldnt hed dddone illuwlI Topics Lila Oil Tjion Troubled Water iis Hues Honey of Ilorehound mid Tr upon a colJ Pikeetoatiache Drops Cure in one minute i A nmn doint know bor inruv peoi lr he is niijuniiicctl with until lie walks uj the ttitcl with a Mark eye Al hitiii tihIti vli50Cllrl for Consumption iis of ujfalij be wleGidinc for cough am tc ici S W Sniiiiicl Octan Grove N11 J 1Vli 17v llMio When people sly they will tvji v ni in a time of trouble thank them ami dont count un it AtihUon Globe llroiioliittM Can lee full tl With Iloxsies Croup CUrt epeciiily SOcts vHunger is sure to COIllt to those who ttdoun and wait Cnicago Daily Nens e R All the Kentucky belles chew Kisinc Gum They like it Only fools answer questions before they are askedhicagu Daily News u A Quick DrNKcrt Get pnekagof Ilurnhams Haf ty7cIyconI at your grocer dissolve iit in a pint of boiling water and let it ccol The result i a is delicious and heaithfui dessert The flavors arc lemon orange raspberry straw berry peach wild cherry anti time unflavored c 1lf foot for wine and coffee jelly All grocers sell it- YITtPATIiS d Iktl iiructlce I urea when all else fafis lcual evcrjwnrre Kall Ira run al American Health Collrve huiruionni Cincinnati U your aU bowel troables a peadicitis Itll loutineMi Bad breath Itad blood wind CURE on the stomach bloated bowels foal mouth headache pimples pains after eating liver trouble sallow complexion nod dlzzlne your bowel doa tmove rep larly you are getting rIck Constipation kill more iicople than all other diseases together It Is a starter for the and loud years of uancrlutc that come No matter what alts you start CASCARETS i day for you will never get well and be well all the time until yoa pat your bowels Take our advice start rapaatee1I If 411 boLA T I A FAMOUS OLD HOUSE The house of Walter TInker Cor whose manufactures of cocoa and chocolate have become familiar in the mouth as household words was established one hundred and twenty one years ago 17SO on the Xepon set lliver in the old town of Dorches ter a suburb of Boston Front the little wooden twill by the rude bridge that arched the flood whero the enterprise was first started there has grown up the largest industrial establishment of the kind in the world It might be said that while other manufacturers come and go Walter linker Co go on forever What is the secret of their great success It is a very simple one They have won end held the confi deuce of the great and constantly in all ways and in the quality of their cocoa and chocolate preparations and selling them at the lowest price for which unadulterated articles of good quality CUll be put upon the market They welcomehonest competition but they feel justified in denouncing in the strongest terms the fraudulent meth ods bv which inferior preparations are palmed oft on customers who ask for and suppose they are getting the genuine articles The best grocerserefuse to handle such goods + not alone for the reason that in the long run it doesnt pay to do it but because their sense of fair dealing will not permit there to aid in the sale of goods that defraud their customers and injure honest manufacturers Every package of the goods made by the Walter Baler Company bear the well lamown trademark La Belle Chocolatiere aid their place of manufacture Dorchester Mass llouss keepers are advised to examine theif and make sure that other goods have not been substituted An attractive little book of Choice Ifecipes will be mailed free to any housekeeper who sends her name and address to Walter Baker Co Ltd i 1iS State Street Boston Mass la 3 or 4 Years an Is Assured If you take uprour homes in Western Canada the and of plenty Illus trued pamphlets Kiviuir iMperleorvs of farmerw ho bare bv couxs wealthy rtIIO1IIloron application to tt rUndersigned who wit mall you err tree or cost K Pfrlllt lUirOttawi Canada M V 31c iiesvmpblIIrtilHIock Drrot M cli IK Wit Kuurltiili tudixiiapoiis Iud With rile to sell our Poultry Mixture straight salary UOO tlr week and expenses years cinract weekiy pay Address with stamp EfKEKA MfO tO Dept C East Bt louts IU lief AIAKESISSlantre and PCMI1TIV PILES IY CUKES PILEIor A11AAEalaTrIh free sample address ratebu1ICiuae iwYvTL 1Il1tp2a1I1ientLIiI PTSOS CURE FDR CURLS WItilt ll All Best Cough Syrup Tunas Good Vis In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION A N KE 1865 I rRTIMIIICIaI Every day you clean the house you live in to get ridof the dust and dirt Your body the house your soul lives in also becomes filled up with allmanner of filthwhich should have been removed from day to day Your body needs daily inside If your bowels your liver your kidneys are full of putrid filth and you dont clean them youll be in bad odor with yourself and everybody else DONT USE A HOSE to clean your body inside but sweet mild but positive and forceful CASCARETS that WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP prepare all the filth collected in your body for removaland drive it off softly gently but none the less surely leaving your blood pure and nourishing your stomachand bowels clean and lively and your liver and kidneys healthy and active Get a 50cent box today a whole monthsu treatment and if not satisfied get money backbut youll see how the cleaning of your body is MADE EASY BY LIVER TONIC tOct25o sOc NEVR ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD IN BULK indigestion When afterwards Inking right purchases Independence cleaning out fragrant II AANTEEII 1t1 k r stellar wealelae la the world TkU I absolute rooror t neat merit sad our beat teiUaiealal We have faith sad will Mil CASGAKETS lately guaranteed to curese remBdetTe buy tteda7 we Me boxes jive theaia fair inert trial as ersloivle tlrctli iM udlfyou are Bat atiMedatler tag aeaaebzreturntkeunused aee box sad the eepty Ms ta by aa1r the drg1t frog whrayou erekased ae std get year Maey tiackfur both boxes Take our a TlceB tatter what aUii ootartt- day Kcalta will Ichlr Mlw aaa ywwiltblesstheda- yyoaflnttatrtedtheeefCAiCASlra BkreebyaatlA- ddretl ST XLL 0 BEHCM CO NEW IOU er CHICAUO t 0 t y 0- t 1 n r r- k 4 t 4J y L 1 = THE HftkwiI i f c wt1t1- 1C r i3WAPN HICKMAN KY FRIDAY MAY 17 1901 Call on EE Reeves Go I and get yon a Roller Bearing llujj I gy and let your horse rest or yet a Rubber Tired HnRjjy and rest l yourself You can yet a buggy of us tor T2SO that iis guaranteed and It Top Buggy for 40 harness for 750 Ve are also headquarters for everything in Plows Hoes Plow Gear Wagon Harness JlcCormick Machinery Rakes dowers Binders Binder Twine and CSaar Scott Threshers and in fact the largest stock of the kind in Western Ilit We sell goods on a smaller margin than anybody at Hickiiian 1 Ky I i HICKMAN COUNTY COMMITTEE MEETS i fMayfleld Messenger The democratic county committee of Hickman county has met again and passed resolutions getting after Allii W Vouug chairman of theStntecentral committee for his action in appointing two or three new coumiitteemen in that county without consulting tho demo crats or party leaders- They j arc calling on Mr Young to state how he came to appoint the new j i members of the committee and upon I what authority he acted It appears that the Hickman county committee ist a little too much for Mr Young There is no better way to till a vacancy when j one exists than to let the democrats livI ingin the precinct where the vactncy i exists to meet and select their own comI mitteenian Democrats at home are al ways called upon to do the voting and jI why not let them select their own 1tartyI representatives f j 11 One man power in the party is just as I dangerous to party success as one man power at the head of a government i- slito I t the liberties of the people Let the I I ii at hone settle their own lit tIc differences and the patty will never suffer by it On tim other hand the regulars or nY Ayrcs men claim that he is the regular nominee and can not yield his position u r rACORPORATION WITH A SOUL There is much tenth in the fallnliarIi saying that corporations have but it does not apply in the case of L Illinois Central Railroad which theII done much to better the condition of r army of employes and on the first of the present mouth made an ad dayII I 1 1o+ 5 per cent in the wages of the t machinists and helpers employed in leshops thus increasing its pay roll S3001 i 000 a year To the credit of the rail road it should be said that the advance i of wages was entirely voluntary on the part of the management of the railroad and had been agreed upon prior to the t i demands of the machinists for an in crease of wages r fIT is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chant beriains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy stays Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Conn A lady customer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to mq I really believe that medicine saved my lie the past summer while at the shore ami she became so enthusi d antic over its merits that Iat once made i up my mind to recommend it in the fu ture Recently a gentleman camo into my store soovor ono with colic pains that he at once sunk to the floor I gave him a dose of the remedy which help I ed him Irepeated the dose and in fif teen minutes he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by Cowgill C Cowgill druggists Uickman f +UNION CITY Colored Woman Says Site is Carrie Nation and is in Jail Union City lenn May 13Special Constable Will Ilolloway of Rises brought in a crazy colored woman from that town last evening and placed her in jail She was placed in a corridor and soon knocked out most of the window glass after which she was placed in a cell She says that her name is Carrie Nation and thather business is to smash sin and sinners instead of saloons She landed in Rives last evening and mount ing to the top of the signal light stand which is some twenty feet high began to preach the gospel and call on sin uers to repent As it required an ath lete to climb the ladder and reach the mourners bench no one availed himself of the opportunity The officer eudcav ored to induce her to come down from her lofty perch but she imagined thate she had mounted Jacobs ladder and re fused to descend then the officer mounted to the pinnacle ot the light and succeeded in getting her to the ground She will likely be judged in sane and sent to the West Tennessee I Hospital I t I 44 tt- k c cl Q- r I IWyiII-II i 1fV- w lien it costt IYI e- II o Tore i to 0111 store and lot ns save yon money IIolnp article in nil line yon buy Well ibe llo sus awl affordI yon summer tt oods weatherweartOI I n u I fever Wash 6oods Percale yard wide shirting Penall the KV kind at 7 II Batiste Wi show a lartif line linet i tripuulSI 1ISp I Dimities In stripes dots figures Iawl solid colors We have a i nice assortment at 10 and IIM fit I Manilla Cords A nice sheer lawn with rzlr 1 strips worth S 1llS fur only c- Domestics II 11 Brown Dotnest worth V for only I81 7Se W inch llt ahed domestic no dressing at 5 v- Muslin I Under= i wear Ladies Muslin Underskirts 1 tt175 Ladies Muslin J t ns front 50c to 20J La Ia t Cambric covet covers at to Sic Ludies knit vests at r Chilerens Muslin I Drawyers Just receiveda line of Muslin Drawers ror Children Price 10 15 and 25 1 8 THE COUNTRYS SAFE I At the clone of the week which WItI nessed the collapse of the bull loon in stocks anti a consequent panic on the New York Stock Exchange the official commercial reports make the cheering announcement that legitimate business has not been hurt by the wild orgy of stock gambling This it is stated is due to the health ful fact that American commerce and industries are flourishing that they were not within the sphere of influ ence of the stock market that they were therfore not involved in the final crash which brought about purely a stock panic and nothing more And the soundness of this reasoning is indicated by the fact that the general business advances for the week are more favorable than ever HORNBEAK TTOPICS HORXIJEAK TENS May 14th OL Times arc a little dull here at present the motto of the people is business before pleasure Mr and Mrs Dan Short made a business trip to Kenton Tuesday Mrs Elizabeth Fleming who has been sick for some time is conval escent Mr Cloar and family to the regret of their many friends have moved to their farm near Protomus Mr and Mrs Watt Green of No5 were the guests of Mrs Wan Ganltuey Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs James Mo ses were in Union City shopping the past week Mrs Sammie Johnson of No 5 visited her mother last week 11ri Oscar Thomas leaves shortly for Mis souri Messrs Geo Davis and James Short have left for Ark where brother was killed Rev Wynn theIrI ablo to till his appointment at the Church because of sickness MADAM GKUNDY WOOL WANTED l We will pay highest market prices for WOOL L PcC W S ELLISOX Mr Dalton McWherter of Pulton was in town TuesdayNO PICE I have bought the Chinese Laundry of John Sing and will continue the business with some improvements Anyone having claims against John Sing must present them by tomorrow Saturday for payment LEONG VUONC1 City Marshal Adams of Union Cfty run down a negro named Wash Woods I charged with robbing tho Express of jail1Vswithout requisition which will be oh tained The Sun is to bo in total eclipse to day not visible in this country but on the other side of the globe n 1 Wash Skirts IJut rectlivK1 a ni v hue If wash skirls fur siuuitnr vrirat Vh to 200 0 Snlrt Waist 1 jWH show a liumJsotin lots of wash wait in white ndIa i fi9rrl i eI DnrnnIlii III funy silk l lr4lib carry a I beautiful 1111 all tin iiiiv iloniil Iri litlIrmginir from I 5 t inu I Slippers Ladies Strait Sandal in 8ii Kid and Patent irie show the prettiest and 1111ll1t in rtown at 150 to JUII I Corsets WtIarr it complete lilU of THOM PriONS and A MKUI q11 UAN LADV straight JYf1 corals in satin HUt IJntislcI fur M and t V l1i 9i Kia Gloves 9hlwta Line of i 1 Laces ErQiUdri83 I Belts aM J I Fans IJust 1tt iyt I 6 IBALTZER DODDS NN SNfSNP sfeoflA9fD Dont spit on time floor Dont eat too much nor rink too little water Mrs Edna Henderson iis visiting her parents in Clinton J W Ammons wsts in Hickman this week attending court FOR SAIjK235Whent Sucks D H TOOMBS E W Jackson Of Clinton visited in Hickmau Saturday und Sunday Miss Mary E Chandler of Minmck Tenu has been visitingi relatives in HickmauMessrs andJohntown last week Honrylethenmeeting last week The State Board of Equalization in cruised the assessment on lanU in this county 10 per cent Miss Hattie Wilson who has birth teaching in the Paducah Schoolti the pa t year is at home on a visit ntySnrcyornesday mixing with friends He goes soon to take a scientific course at collegeMr J R Blown k building a new enclosure I conIcover expenses Dr W A Am mous and wife of Un ion City and Mr J W Ammons of Cayce were in Hickmau last week to attend a birthday dinner wlth11r Ed Parlrun A good dinner was enjoyed The residence of Mrs Carrie Mahoney destroyoubyescaping almost overcome by thesmoko There was Only small insurance on the property CATHOLIC SUPPER illw ladies of the St Joseph Aid So HenrtIaudIberry supper on the Witting grounds adjoining the church Tuesday nighttime 21st j1g Everybody uiviVl nod a pleasant time spooled Embroidery Club racers at tie rosi deuce of Miss Nellie Rogers this even ingThe young society friends of Miss label Trutty surprised her with a faro well storm party Wednesday evening at the home of her sister Mrs Henry Cowgill which proved a delightfull evpniug Miss Truby leaves for Dallas Texas whom her hither now resides J t WE PROTECT YOUR MONEY S a Nawa Your Pzersei StSkwldd from xfravafetllee Beyond qlltstI jlJ ii tit IHIHPI1lP bargain event oT fclio hourn matchless Sale ofl I mit f Ilil PssiitiliiiiI I i s atf 1primw which wilfliftl HickmaiiV record 1 for 1VOJ111flllb Ilitl2 ttof thi iiijrlis t IlIt1Iof poniinercinl uchiovomcnt Elli 11I d111 1igIId snprnnc throughout tnis Tmt store nIl hust weok r 11 ji IIi rfn litt wk wcov r oxpiMieiiei ltll And now fur still Creator baItS t- I faiil ThisI 1vii v will make another 1 masterful sCroko to demonstrab t I l t I 1 111lini 1 w 1tl3J l L l3A grand u itlTiv nf new up HI ditr Iteliv ait1rhinu that has sot l Itn Htiovvn in Hickman J tfbfort for the nuple Ule style hw not liMii out But its all the ltUT fur hin I hii for you can I Isur in fit tin a 1n lt hero yui1 tZei tn very latest style and e the finishing touch to your gown b alJlartly IUW New Belts worth from1 25c to 125 J Old Belts from 5 f to 15c Q Sel f line r j I I 0 y t ana1 Laos=tmiiniiil8ni1 r 1 o I InouD NEWS r I jj Ve hats just received another t ofI t I worth front 15 Ui 25 j OC I i goring at I I I Hint iill nil that 1in necessary Conte early for the best values Cream Silk Law 1 to 5 incitesI wide rn Lace 1 to inches wide I CITott bon IJICP l1 tn rf iiQCh wide with inserting to Cmntch 5 Hose and snoes 3 Just received a case of Bicycle Hose These Hose would bo cheap at twice the money Double knee nd three thread spliced heel and too Superior lisle finish Will ko this week lOcler1 I G JJow line lace stripo and fancy huso from 25 to 50cf Lot old hoso all and riiifls did sell front IS to K JC000 110UoJ Another lot in white and fan cy all 5cwilt i See onr Shoe in front of our BoxesS 11 rela mornint a- 1tt1nS i wnsurtnn6 totrura +um r sM1n= ncraaaarcwre fJ I III lril 11rt19II GlSrJ2 l 1i hlis I L7fR oW TXL1G ZW lLQW e P Eo fS s 4 4-ii 1r1 Ry7 YV r TT J TTrTYrt T rT 0 i r If The Next Best Thingsi Icttni r u dollar is to get honest value foiT il Ym get honest Vitlne in every stitch ofsj rI IIT we sell you I ItoreSs men and dress them better for less money than anv other Iottilting storeii II j We invite yon to examine our stock and assure yourselves that what we say is true r V both as to of goods and prices In addition to this we ate showing ovory fashionable shape ot in all the shades All the new Hut uptodate1 patterns in Negligee Shirts The latest styles in 1 r MENS AND BOYS SHOES in VcllonrI Calf Yici Kid Patent Kidi Kid Visno Calfnot Calf and black i h- andr tan UuKsia In t r tt Mens Nccliweai f Vc have remarkable values and attractive Thero firo Windsors limvs Nanrow linluind String liNLILtt Tics and ovoiytihinjci lurtht tIP Illr 1 ai f 1ngrayj inll and btaLlr f 1 1n s QTnIe1ver ill nil the IIenHrtg lands and COloiS i i t rtIelis 1osieryi iin black nml1 1od1 la 1cepc i i u 1 1 end cotton 4 I 4 Mens Handkerct isets nil itncs flmereerr and pJn JI irejj Itun and linen tI Suspenders of all kinds prices Overalls Jumpers Work Shirt Cottonade f TTTk M all 1S 31 everything in mens wearing er apparel Jf Our stock in the above lines is ofyouand better than j I l Il i IiI ir r I f I of l iIen i iUmluellas I ct- a L fiJ 7 2 I I Valenennes li quality MEXS BATS desirable lj Phoenix novelties Ii ries and I fI LI j t A IR i J k i+ i00 vEoo T t l of of colors r V 0 SC l 1i1 11r I I h CdlIarsII 2 1 r fo125cllll 1 j ek- l r TiI4WF i gmwwwwmwmwmwmwmwmmmmmwmmmg IT- SREMNANT IN 4= DAYS ij i i qiJ i l i 1llI t I A- 7ELLISONS i 8 Q Iij j I I i III i e i j iI i I cO r I E NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 2I I t S- EII MBY22KND23 II IiIi j I = ALL I DAY LONG I Ic I c J mss 4U i U E 1 4 E 1 4 4EMU i j u tl b ttL1 R K GI t t t C tAll wi KINDS OFky 1i ATt WILSONS BOOK STORE 11 J Good AVlwls nt 12 iiifl1 15 1 GnamiitHMnVhifIsiy1 9p S85O nud 20S JIYp aiv the njriMits for CivsiNMits tColuinhiis niulL 1 i Udalll f I I f 1 iI UItI 1 h r I PITHY POINTS ONcIi PITHY SUBJECTS Some of our otliciaLs arc getting bluff since the primaries We would advise the readers of the 1 Courier to buy their fireworks before the 4th of July as they will be sure to- go up on that day When you kick a man that is going down hill be sure and give him a kick that will send him to the bottom or he tray scramble back to your discomlituro There iis nothing like being iutcnsley R local it keeps intruders out and those vulgar things called innovations are de barred hr kept at a distance Society Incomes very exclusive and thero are no strango belles or beauxs to amuse jealousy or mar the happiness of the I prCftiding genius in their particular sphere While this appears in a local paper it is intended in a general way Can I get something in your paper v was the manner in which tho editor of thousand miles froma paper not a Ilickman was accosted recently Cer tainly was the reply what shall it j f Ibe Well let it be a half of a roast j chickeu some cheese samlwitches j bread and butter and if there is a boot hoerIIfive rue the price Ill take chances on t Sliding a bootlegger He got it v hero the dutchess wore the necklace Carrie Xatfou while in the zenith qf Iber hatchet wielding crusade visited the Kansas State Penitentiary in quest i fcf material for her araignment of hell holes and vendors of devik tooth in the t person of Rome unfortunate iuutate ofc that institution when she was accosted as follow This is Jlrs Carrie Ration Jf U believe Yes sir at your service WitS meanwhile rubbing herJlier answer Rtartling lauds gleefully ac jiho erpecte4 some disclosure in connection witbc her miSliiou Well Mrs Nation you ud I have been in all the penitentiaries I In the country Sir do you intend to- insult I me this is the first penitentiary 1 inuWbJJ 1 was in all of1 wag ever hone and if you dont bury your little atchet you will grace seu+ o OF themI 1 uuucsoayCzARDEAY for JIw Life XXJtoBgkt sister both died Ql tonsumptiontr writes J T Wcatbllr tHch and 1 was Irate of Wyandotte fate only front tho sriino frightful iIavcd Ki s Aew ljscoycr an at I obstinateof OP1J IOU UU toublcIi iswhich an In WQelJ rdflllJcdicinci made me as well ax ever much in weig t + + Iufal land I ujdCaiigJt and all ThroatColdsfor 3 t1iblo froulle Trial bottles free t and Lung t 4uOc said 100 at otvgille Cowgill s gru8 store 7 F 1 t I iI jI j i I I I j l I I 1 7 I Mr and Mrs T B Farren jr of Jairo spent Sunday with Miss Mai aris Contractors are soon to begin the erection of a largo storehouse at Stuto Line for Mr Arthur Shawll LOST A pair of steolriunned spec icles Finder please return to i Couitim OHIICK I The wheat crop in this county is dis ouragiug some predict not half an av crave i Mrs R B Urcvard and Mrs fJ BIeeves are visiting relatives in Union CJttt Misses Pearl and Eva Browder of Pulton visited Mrs Lucy Phillips thisi weekPlatino or Dull Finish Photos only 2 per dozen at Pcrrys Callery My hwt week For a short time only Perry will make yon 1 dozen Platino Photographs for 53 Satisfaction Guaranteed My lust wools I Perry makes Dull Finish Photo fromi 0c to 4 per dozen Satisfaction Cesar I anteel on all work My last wools A petition iis in circulation asking the Governor to pardon Sam Evans sen lanced to the pen for 2 years Oil tin charge of forgery which is signed h the jury that tried hUll the Count Judge and others Evans is a minor CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court resumed lIjusinuss Tuesday morning according to adjournment The Campbell case which was the un finished business occupied the whole of Tuesday In this case the Jury was unable to agree and jt goes over to courtJesse IIcxtII IJarJow a 16 year old boy was convicted of obtaining money anti goods under false pretences was givestI 1 year iu the penitentiary by the jury accompanied by tho recommendation that the Governor send hun to the House of Correction instead fli j case against Win Johnson fu killing Win La Ysgn was continued to the September term The Grand jury returned 20 indict insrjtc JO felony and 10 whiskey cases Tho Qran Jury indicted Smith for killing Robertson Fulton qn the charge of manslaughter The case goes oyer to next court TJje grand jury was discharged ycs tfCF4u The case of ttw iflnifionffcatU Yti Watson for kjjljng Jg rrp ff iii nqvy quI and will probably consume fljo rest qf the term THE ASYLUM SCANDALS I scandals as to the ollicials and in IIll j of the Hopkinsville Asylum luc i i reached such proportions and with sued i j evidence of rottenness somewhere that i j Goy Bfokhain should cause a most thorough investigation The reported1I I condition is an outrage and a disgrace l The luvernor cannot help being deceit i ed into au appointment now and then I of an official who turns out to be cor i rupt but he ran purge his administra I tion of all such when their guilt iis mad j known POPULATION CHANGES i I IIn popuiI eu IIj j ward three miles according to a bulletini j recently issued by the Census Hureau I i This is the shortest move since the I i fouudntiou of the Republic j There Ius keen but little variation from the bite of latitude in the past 100 1131bona hum the center of population kept south of the thirty ninth parallel of north latitude After 18ti0 a northern move ment began until now tho contor iis further north than at any time previous to time Civil War A point in Northern Kansas has th i i distinction of being the geographicalI il ji j center of tho United States exclusives o Alaska and tthe islands The geograph I fund center is threefourths ofa dPtre- north and thirteen degrees west of th ij center of population which is in South ern Indiana about six miles oust of Co lumbusHICKMAN COLLEGE CO MENCEMENT Friday night May 21 concert at City HallI Admission adults lie childrenI oornnwnoclmW S llonoy The regular examinations will begin on the 27th and continue through the I week Hay11 1 S Moore will address the graduating class and present the diplomas 1 I iifiREat OF SALEi 100J- KIUJALLOX t 1111II Fancy Pat Flour f t per bbl 300 tI1 tt- r f Only slightly damaged by water 1 LPWS ELLISON v 4 o Qhl Sohliorf E11erlencc M M Austin aciyaj wir vpterqn of Winchester Iud writes My yife was sick a loot time in spite of good whollrQUl which workedWOndcrfl for her health i They always do Tiy thom Only 25c at Cowgill C Cow 1I1s drug store L n L III i l I I I Local and Personal I I I T l1urtuuD i inIlickuuutI It ii IoCkart iulIidmmun WBuCk lBitinMrs lln lut Cox of St Louis is risi iItlU liar sifter Mrs J1s1u9nn Cluunborluan THY limo iinu Stomachhrcnea remoc1for i it Finery box 25Iowgillruggist I 4 I Dbll Crystalwas I IDr IP 1B Curliii weekII yhiPaducah IfIll baseball season has ojjemd in and all the boys UFO wild with LATESTi H scitrmcnt I at dales Photo Gnllarv citInuously printed m the Courier last IK wtek V R 4 1 1II who lived sin Fulton was killed in III railroad wreck near Huzelhurst Miss Monday irven Nichols of Fulton carte very near dentin Jby an overdone of morphine which he had taken to relieve a severe ij head aehCIj Mies May llelearmon of ITumholdtt- Tenn hits been elected music teacher in Ihckmau College She is highly en dorsed to the Trustees rTihero wore more Piano Harvest in Machinery sold lust year in Ohion County than any other kind nod KaIt perfect tnfisfactiou Call and xnmint1- C I E EAKEU AgtII llussel Sago preiicts that at no dis i tho experdI j Undo Russ evidently expects to spend a lane peopleII stoIl BouzIIj and Thnrtnnh Ronz Leader J I nlLIOrU 11 uonstrative semi hopeful hangers on TolD the former class iit will do your town g x d and it will do yon good I iiI DID YOU EVER SEE iI IA Platino Photo Hosodulo makes th i I Photos Uennino Ilntiuo or Carbon finishedII I I Prof r O Cheek Miss i darn Smith Miss Corn Lee Brown and U K Wilson i attended Ut Dist E lucati nal Asjoria tion at Milton this wink Tie next meetint of tin AKiitin UUi atI Pudniah iXIIltdr IE B iiaeves t Co will sell yon the I bost Goods for the money either Plows Machinery Gear Buggies or Harness i Hickmutu Ky Mrs Dr Tames Inboard Mrs Ivite j Millett lira lEattirt Prather Mrs Tschndi Swayiie Mrs tannic King man and Mrs It T Tyler will visi t MrsI Dr Bailey near L misvillo by her invitation its guests of a house hasty IBrig Gen J13 Brisncs of Russell villa eouinaiidinj tho ftacond Keu tuclcy brignde has issnf d1 an order ap pointing W P Nolenof Faltpa as I asseI ijorI ffn ffe fTlto Music pupils of the lIickmr College will give a rvitil at the Call gnC 11theI Mis Maudo jjtinsfonl assisted hy Mrs Bryant Cox aud Miss Ruble Brrnett All lovorn of music invited rllllt llmitvtlt Ir t100MWell lady I guess my trouble start od from attciiliu too many n eddies Ah You learned to drink them or strut perhaps hrirloI1 yroom Philadelphia Truss The Pastor Usixiatiun of FultonI has entered n vlgorom protest against tho observance of Drtooration Day o Sunday as arranged iff 1111 oily Utl thorities They favor Tuesday Slav MO the day proslniinml by time National and Shite authority as the proper day IMSTtlllACE Good pasturage at roamnable rates Cows turned out in the evening JACK NEWTON Jen Wade Hampton the old Ireton of South Carolina was offered the Coi luinbia poHtinastorship last week 1 by Senator MoLtnirin who has turned Re publican The old soldier replied ij I would not accept anything in the twos 1 I from that source The people of South Carolina should know by this time I cannot be bought FortIWorth Texas and in ballnm and antii bellum Hays a popular favorito in this section h is been npimiuted Colonel and AidedoCanip on the staff of alaj Gen Kelley commanding Forests Veteran Cavalry Corps He writes the Courier that ho wants to meet all the survivingI scoutsfThe pulpit at St Paul was fill 11 yesterday by the Rev Boogljer of Hick HerfOOII1CYo oratorio of The Lord is Kitt Mr Joseph C Ramsey sung a solo frotH the To Donm and Mrs Kato Elliot 1 I the Introit CourierJournal 1 cJm I wish to thank my friends and noig bors for the kindness shown me in tho illness and hmthof my late husband May God bless thorn all- Mus P E GECIUGE i r THe I TRATONALa II you would future INTERNATIONAL SUIT T1 liiTERN TInN ILtoriiILo RINCt C0 R OF NEW YORK AND is known to hundreds thousands as tailorsln America Every garment is made on their premises and is absolutely perfect in fit and workmanship GALLON OUR LOCAL AND SEE OUR PATTERNS AND GET SURPRISED OUR PRICES H AMBERG FOB THE BEST Il- CROCERIES I m Go they all go who- GOODSwant FRESH at the LOWEST PRICES ro Rogers Threlkelds tTPIODAPJE CROCERY STAND ltiLSII IFATSJf Goods Delivered Free eleI l ephone 74r ICKMAN MARBLE WORKS F MOORS ATTORNEY AT LAWi IIIU1DU KENTUCKY Office partner of Judge II i1 Rcinley Sawed His JcgIiII1 Danforth of LaGnwg Ga sulferod for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that lineklens Arnica Salve wholl cured 1tI in live For Ulcers Piles it iis the best salvo in the world Cure guaranteed Only tic Sold by CowgilJ s Cowgill FARMtitPostmaster A W Wills of Nash iville has written concerning tho ulti I delicrIclaIPreiciation of the service from tho viewpoint of the city as well as the country In discussing tho benefits derived from tho extension of the system ho says Our best daily papers aud the loading magazines of the country now go to tho farmers homo dud are fast displacing too cheap literature with which trading concerns flood the couri art The continuance and extension of the service menus au increased degree of couteutaient improved roads a bet ter developed country a higher stand arc of education moos the people and Ilu unproved order of citizenship whore over rural free delivery may be lished and maintained It brings the 1farn anti oity in daily contact abolishes imaginary geographical lines curl etabjlishos harmonious relations If tho rural free delivery brings about more harmonious relations between tho dcity and country tho l7r0000 pledged this year aud the double sum pledged next year have been earned many tinny over If the imaginary geograph ytfend lines of which Postmaster Wills speaks of are done away with that fact alone will have justified many times tho expenditure The benefit could not be measured in a monetary value may not need a suit just now but it be well to remem ber the name for use Once you try an t you will never forget the name THE CHICAGO of the best style DEALER AT 4 C where Vinixjs OLD S days Wounds ostab will E A1TLISJII I 18 TOM DILLON Sr Pfopr i S e eMor to B C Jtnmnf decJ Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING c o Iic man Zy i 1 IIntnrnatiDnal StneR coDa v- YOU Feeds For Ic HAVE HEARD OP INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TJII IED Il It is sold on a positive guarantee If it dog not do what is claimed for it your money will he refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring ite approaching and your horses system undergoes n change Wo will not lengthen this advertise mont but for votthe INTERNATIONAL STUCK BOOK illnstrnted with ovar lsn Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of St 00300 to produce Book Is 9 by63 m contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hog and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds of dollars as a practical retoreuco book This book tells all about International Stock Food You got it with a package of food if you buy inside of J0 flays from me personally 7 J A MCCLURE L jiG Troy Ave Uicktnan Ky Orders Loft a- tShaws I Dept Store r fli C will receive prompt attention f a 4 l 1 tti t F- P y r The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publiihcr HICKMAN KENTUCKY 14 I ji CURRENT TOPICS I Mt Vesuvius is again in a state ofJ active eruption A needle machine turns out 1500 COO needles u week As a rule longa er than single men Wiling astride is the fad among fyiorsewomen in 1oston society Thirteen now beet sugar factories mr contemplated in nine states The veteran singing master Manuel Garcia has attained the age of 06- A horse eats nine times its weight tin food in a year A sheep six times There were twentytwo administra bills during the reign of thu late jCjuccn Victoria Xo picture is hung on the walls of the Louvre in Paris until the artist 3ias been dead ten years Jleneeforth soldiers in the Greek II rmy win be taught to grow and euro lobaeco for their own use In the Vatican there are 11000 rooms Of these Pope Leo reservesI for his own use only three A twentieth of Scotlands area isii forest land seventenths is mountain Jicath and lake and only onequarter cultivated land The total cost of the Trnnssiberian railroad is estimated at S OOOOUOQO 1flf which amount threelifths already Las been expended The supreme court of New York lias decided that a married woman must turn her wages over to her hus anti if he so wills The infancy of British manufactur lug was nursed by engineers from Holland who superintended the eree ion of wind and water mills According to a New York ncwspa sir which professes to have made aI diligent and thorough inquiry there nre 1828 millionaires in the United StatesArtificial silks are made of wool fber dissolved to a gluelike con sistency by acids forced throng- 3lolcs in glass and drawn out into threads Edward Xcro who succeeds AlexisJ E IYyc as superintendent of schools in Cuba is said by the Havana Post to tIC one of the best educated men iu the island Ex Goy Hogg is a queer citizen Slaving made a fortune in oil he has discovered that the use of money fis So enable its possessor to keep out pf politics Dr John J Kinyoun the federal t quarantine officer at San Francisco has been transferred TO the depart ment of Dakota with headquarters tit St Paul Minn l Mrs Burton Harrison toes most of tier writing in the morning She gen rally begins work about an hour after breakfast and writes until oeloc- In the afternoon The rumor that Henry Tames is to forsake his English home and live in lioston has been revivedand is again denied by Mr James in an interview In an English newspaper The school teachers of Oklahoma have given Governor Iarnes of that territory a pair of driving horses as a recognition of his work for the pub t tic schools of that territory laPresident tr moitbstemcous is nlmost spartan and oven when he attends oflicinl banquets he departs t but little ronrhis regular diet Gertrude Atherton the novel ist is at present at St Thomas ish West Indies making investigations j thje Cast steel was manufactured in India before the birth of Christ The r are also examples of wrought iro work nearly as old Near Delhi clo5 to Knbub there is an enormous r wrought iron pillar which weighs ten tons and is thought to be nearly 0 years old A Shakespearean novelty of a mini ue Jkind was the recent performance nt Manchester England of a deaf an dumb Hamlet It was a panturaim- representation of the great poets masterpiece without the utterance 4if one single word of all his immort ii I poesy Players and audience alit were deaf mutes Jc Steps arc being taken to discourage depopulation in Givet a town in the Ardennes Hereafter in nil town o- fices first fathers of more than three children and next married men will be preferred to bachelors lrizea yearli to those parents who have sent tho largest number of children to rho- rdgnlnrly of Tin Ladles of St Anthony Park a Ruhurbnxi district lying midway be tween Minneapolis and St Paul have 1 ofI IeadershiuProf of the Minnesota State Agricultural College for a campaign against the mosquito pest Their weapon is kerosene and they propose to wield it effectually To the average eye not more than usin r Throughthelid instruments about 50000000 stars sere visible There are believed to bo jtarR in existence beyond the reach of any telescope yet constructed The Indian bureau has rtmplete jiluns for the new Sherman histit f eepectfin lime Indian school service lt will c- i J13JOOO and acconmodite 200 to 400 lJuJ1iltJ l I FLOWERF CARNIVAL An Immense Boqnet Erected in Honor of the President at San Jose Cal WAS XIXEIYI FEET IX CIRCC31FERLNCE Its Stem Was Telegraph Pole and Stood in Its Frame Twenty Five Feet IHsfli Cjiiiiiiooed of Cut 1Motver of livery Variety Tim IIlnI1IItl to Have HtMii Presented to Mr MeKlnley SHU lose Cal1 May 11 Thousands of people between Delmonte nnd San Jose who have born Miilicipaljnir a sight of the president for months were disappointed Monday1 The Arcs idents presence in San roar for an hour Monday afternoon took the edire off of tIlt disa poiiitiniMit here where the rose carnival wis being hill in his honor and where Ithe tiaraI lit play surpassed anything ever before seen in thisi part of the country After leaving Delmoute Monday morn ing the cabinet carried out the itin erary as originally planned stopping at Pajoro and Santa Cm and visit ing the big trees in the San Lorenz valley but they hat no heart to put into the festivities in the absence oft their chief and the 1 keen regret off the people was written Oil their countenances Many expressions of Idlltlhisnu paths for Mrs McKinley1 wire heard1 nt each stopping place At Santa rim x Seerutary of State Hay was the rep resentative of tin president to the address of welcome nude by the iiavor The IrrMiuViitM Arrlvnl The presidents prcreiice here barc Ily saved the day Me ran down from San Francisco in his special ear ar riving here just ii the cabinet train pulled into the city from the south folh mal exercises At 320 oclock wlun they WIt concluded he was driven back to the station tool left imme diatyly fur San Francisco At St James square opposite the caul house a handsomely decorated stand had been erected Iud here the lou mal exercises tool place I muu diLt Ily in the rear of the stand was th big boquet of which so much has been heard IIt was DO feet in circumference and stood in its frame Y5 fort high The stem was a telegraph pole amt iin the ground It was composed of cut flowers of every variety that blooms Regrets Kor MFH MrKliilryM t11urN TIltJ idea of presenting this inuuen floral offering to Mrs1 McKinley originated with the ladies of San 11111ke president by O Smith who expressed terder words of regret for Mrs MeKinleys illness and her hopes for her quick recovery TIlt member of the cabinet took tIll lal drive through HIM orchards ol the Santa Clara valley which haul lIwen planned for tIt president visiting on Itthe way the Jesuit college at Santa Clarsi and the University of the Pacific Great preparationst had ken made along the route to receive the pre= i dent and the disappointment at u seeing him was very keen Monday a big reception had hr planned for the president at time Ven dome hotel and the programme ttt14 cabinet and ladies of the party II attended the function MRS MKINLEYS CONDITION eShr InpufMl it Morn Comfortitblr Slny nlondu Than Fur tvcrnl eDnN Intit 00Sut Francisco May 1J1t 10I oclock Monday night Secretary Cor btq11 let regardin6sthc condition oflI McKinley ceto1ll r1ticsport that their patient has passed a more comfortable day than for several days past eartoT oat in full the programme preplr for his entertainment in San Fran vireo but he will probably be obliged sofof the smaller places which hr u expected to visit Definite plans for the remainder of his trip can noftc presentlyGOV NASH AND PARTY They visited the Sill Trcit at Sun Cruz Cal ltmeli oii Served in Thr Honor Santa Cruz Cal May t9Gar a I tool part l arrived at the big trees noon Monday an hour after tilt pr idential party left Luncheon served in their honor under tIlt auspices of the board of trade A giant tree close to the out known as Gen Grant was named after Gov Nash The entire party escorted by ffitiens was then driven to this city At the station hethc governor and those with him were presented with flowers by n delegation of oat daughters of the golden west Late in the afternoon the party left San Francisco edgood IIUUNPateWichita loan 5fay 11Jointi B For l ttic a well Iknown farmer of foeonet murdered in his house Monday m tit ing There is no cltc ISHAMROCK II TESTEDSI fhr Uii Ileateii Ily Old Shntlf+ HU llte AlliiuteK Oer n 111 lllle Coiir e at Vryiuoiith Veymouth May 14 The Shnmroel I hijit the Shtimroek II by live min utex or ti 20mile court The lest WitS uuulc in fresh weather mid n hip hxrn was running with brisk wind accompaniment whet the I two yachts started over the trial course Amateurs on board the lmJltlI1lr were inclined to be despondent over the results of Mondays race One IlinthOWllo 1 the race were such that the Sham rock I I did nothing surprising in winning Mr Watson considers Mondays re MiltK so unsatisfactory that he has deiideil offhand to take the new boat lhlld to Soul hawpunl and to have her docked in order to ascertain + t hethr anyof the plates were displaced Ibv tilt grounding on Dean bank las week Opportunity will lit taken to have her new guff and mainsail lilted The work will proceed night and day until it is finished and the trials will then be resumed at Yevmouth PORTO RICO EXHIBIT It lIra ScixiMl ou Arrlvnl nt MM 11111I AiiKriiiiu l + IltlIUllllItiKValo X V Pnffalo X V May 111111 exhibitt of Porto llico which arrived at theI lanAiniriean grounds has JHMMI seied by Collector of Customs Henry W 1rcndel The ntat eriavcaS brought from Porto llico on an army transport and was unloaded in the t t upillillPlt11 fhr exhibit buildings at the Pant1F11 Ameriean grounds are practicallv bonded varehouses A careful record is kept of all foreign goods received there The deputy inspectors discov creell that no rehouse fiitry hn i been martie for till Iorto Uico goods tnid the materials including two ears 1uhieh were being loaded for rtshit tarot fur ISoston and eastern point was gritted The gooils will not be contiscatctl as smuggled goods hut will 111t11 pending nn iinuestimation 1EXCITING BALL GAME liaiiH llfiit the A uicrlciiiiM II jr u Snutlarur eItKlol Santiago de Clina May 11 Thorn was an exciting ball game between Jcthe Americans and tubas here The Cubans won by the score of 11 to H During the enthusiastic demonstra tiont which followed hundreds croud CubaNn attempted to pull down the American selug to halfmast The American plug ers interfered anda lively scrim mage followed A squad of rural guards drew their machetes and charged tllruwd iryiii Viva la- Handera Americano Lung live the Ameriean flag 1 s olTcndefwho disclaimed intentional disrespect i thptvhIcswas seriously hurt THEY DEMUR Ghlnrr AMtoiti liril nt tlu Amount 1of Iiiil niiilty Prniiiiulftl and UttrRlr 11 Itfiliutloii rnLoudon May 19Ur Pekingslstidy 10 says The Chinese 1 alldrafting a reply to the ministers ref the powers expressing astonishment at the amount of indemnity cd1 and urging a reduction on the ground of the empires tinamial dif cul tics but undertaking if the full amount is exacted to pay in CO an nual installments of 15000UOO tar s natheIcustoms Pending a revision of the tar sousesLsI nt to an increase of the maritime csu torn and the import and export du by our third MARQUIS ITO IIr ItculKiiM tilt Irfiulcrnliip In the rdlnplw Cnltliirt mill In Sncccrdril Ily Miirqulw Sniniiji resignits Marquis premier in ti cabinet of lapdog has been announced the Japanese1 legation here Mar lulls Ito submitted his resignation last Friday and was the only one of t cabinet otticers to retire He is suc titocounsellors of The emperor and a former minister of foreign ghat Mart iiis Ito became premier last tuber so that his administration siufflirs thOttseven months IK is toesmis t eaasstatesmen in the sttab Tired of Life Tampa Fla May HP J Lapc notiere a well known citizen of Tam pa killed himself Monday He loft a note saying If the public arttsIn clf1chlg1 I vvasire1 attorney fuTScrnrr IViialticx Pauls Valley l T May J4ri1sellers in the Chiekasaw nation arc meetingi with th severest pcni ever imposed Judge Thomas imposed implI thn case of John Stevenson gnu OSelirivr cir m fj t 1 TEAMBOATSANK City of Padiieah Struck a Snag and Wont Down in Less Than Five 31inures FIFTEENI PERSONS WERE DROWNED Amon the Lost Were Xillc Nesn o Roustabout= Hut Seven People Escaped With Their Lives Only the IV iiw iiinl tlit Iliirrieime Deek Are Aliovt Valer nod Ibr- lensI Appear u Hi Aloud yreelc- arboudale I III May 11Tht1 City puckrI wns sunk near Iruiikhorat landing urandtTower about 1 oclock Sunday night Hetween 3 aud ill people are drown ed1 rutsgrin escaped with their 1 lives The City of Iadueah left St Louis Sunday morning on a clown ward trip and stopped at Mosx land ing and loaded on freight most of which WHit corn Ictween 11 null 12 oVlock Miss Fannie Hloek who in company with her parents Rat anti MrsI Ulock watt going from St Louis to lKiaiisvillc Ind was roused from sleep by a suflden jar She asked brokenti down andI no sooner had the words 1passed her lips than water rushed into tilt apurtncnts and this were com theirSIo ihe Illinois short by holding onto ntsuxcd are Jews JJtv Hloek is i Jew rabbi Frank White jtox + home Is in Kan Fas City told the following storyof the disaster I taut on lime boat at Lauding 75 to go to uiru The bout stopped at 1Ike Ditch landing and lookI on sir realt4tchs of curd We landed again at Ititnnthorst which is only n few caulVI on corn Illu Hole In Her Side h 11t both places about IT sacks were loaded After thIorn at Jtrtink j horts had biro placed on board the hunt started down stream and just as she put off struck a snag tearing n big hole in her The erew then tried to place the stern of th bunt toward the river nut while turning her around she sunk She is about SO feet from short arid her cabin awl pilot house are above water 1 jumped into a skiff and undo to shore OIl do not know how many were aboard1 but think there were about 2 i drowned Among them were two engineers ont white woman un about li XtgrotThcr was t ea confusion and it may be that more are drowned Thomas Johnston of Stt Louis watchman of it he boat who is said to 1 be among till lost was N years old and had been steumboatman for G years He lived in St Louis The City of Iadueah was in charge orIlt D W Kirkpatrick of Car rollton Ky who was her commander front tilt day she was launched in IblH Other otlicers are John Street pilot JL1 MI r1IIIstoW head cook lasI Scott second clerk Henry Lee stew url Uube Itoval list mate MMie of 111 Dfitil ntnt thtlltiti in format ion concerning tht wreck of tht steamer City of Paducah of the St Louis Tennessee live1 Packet Co which occurred at llrunlc hoist landing III11t Sunday night clryas obtained upon thp arrival of th steamer City of Clifton nt this port warningtiFifteen persons lost their lives in tin awful wUantrophe six whites and nine blacks The fltadHr 1 W licit of Culm jLanding Tenn Miss Mabel Gardiner agofi1 SI dock watchman Prank iardner texas tender of 1lIJ Ilea h li1tv white firciueii unities unknown Grant Woods colored boat maker light rut ored roustabouts names unknownv ALLEGED EMBEZZLERS Car I on nod Hauiiiii Julia Iotmnritcr nod tNMl Itallt ut litanu Dlar I It Arrmtftl anrd Uamon Julia respectively postmaster and assistant postmaster at Juana Diax have been arresttd on the charge itht volved iis not mentioned Inspector thc1post otliec at Juann Uiai should have ursn prisotcttt r or moneyaltaltdes on credit before receiving tilt and it is believed they charged their customers st commission Can Iruetloe In lie Jjuiireiiu Court Washington May IJJwlntone attorneys were admitted to the Tinted States supreme you Monday The number included Hon lames U Garfield tOIl oftlw late u gcaorals of Illinois and Colorado also Attorney GenlrtlIsl of Kansas trod one applicant from Honolulu nrIIII Try u Xi +v IMuii toItdispatch from Pietermaritburg to time laity Mail Lord Kitchener iij about to fryt new Jplan of the veldt in order to co urninvII Jlocrs to surrender A GIFTED AND BEAUTIFUL GIRL Threatened With Nervous Prostration PROMPTLY SAVED BY PERUNA I 1 i i j i V Miss Rose Cullen President Young Womans uhuf lHutte Mont write from yul Galena street as follows Peruna has many friends in Butte I cannot say too much In praise of it While finishing school I became very nervous and exhausted from overstudy I was weak and sick and could neither rat sleep nor enjoy life A couple of bottles of Peruna put new life in me I find that having it in the house and taking a dose off and on keeps me in fine health r A large number of my friends place Peruna at the head of all medicines Miss Rose Cullen How IV run a Quickly turon lliicUaclic the lime of Womankind 1 I 1trupytcadVIWe hove moved recently and I must have lifted something that was too heavy for me iu straightening things up fur I had such n backache cud could hardly stand on my feet at all lleside I was so tired all the Itime MyI Lace was spotted and I was ergs thin I took one bottle of Pernna and was soon real well When I feel tired and all run down 1 take Peruna and feel all right before I finish one hot tie l know it is a wonderful medicine and both myself and husband praise PerunaThere has been rf great deal of sickness through this part of the country but thanks to Peruna which we use escapedd alltCould you but see our baby lluby to whom we gave Peruna for bowel truublv you would see from her robust looks that you need no better advertisement in this little town SIlt iis so fat and rosy is nearly five years 0old now and is a great believer in PerutaMrs G W Heard Green Uy to Dlrtlt Doctor FalledIt Iroved to be Catarrh or Mtomucli nod Nr toed hr Yeruou 111 Mitchell denier in general merchandise of Martin Ga writes h I wrote you some time ago con cerning uiy wifes case She had tried all of the best doctors lend we got to where we thought all they did was CHAMOIS AS COASTERS Animal IB the AIpn Kiijoy a Swift Slide loTn the Steep SIouu taro Side playeRod sometimes their plug is almost a systematic game If you should come across a lot of goats playing football nftheltosenskiescaptainsnudalliintsort with amazement and yet a ttourist saw something on time Alps that iis scaice Jly less astonishing says the New York 1Herald It was in summer and a hawk of chamois had climbed up to where the snow never melts evidently to play on it Their movements were so peculiar that he watched them carefully They had found a steep snow covered iu cline to the upper end of which they went in a body just like u party of boys intent on ousting And that is precisely what the cham ois intended for two or three of them at a time would crouch down at the beginning of the descent work all four legs to get a start anti slide over the surface of the snow to the bottom When they reached the bottom they would rise shake themselves and climb up the incline again only to repeat their trip down This they did time and again their comrades ut the upper end watching them with great interest until it came their turn to const The coasting ground was about ISO yards from top to bottom and the chamois would shoot down it with the speed of sleds the snow rising about them in a powdery cloud There could be no doubt whatever theytboysrtna wellpacked hill lrnfre In Aerial Navigation M Santon Dumont who more nearlv than any other aeronaut has ap proached a solution of the problem set by the founder of the Deutsch prize of 14000 for the most successful awardedaiilCO by the Aero club in recognition of his efforts during 1000 to fulfill the conditions of the competition writes a Paris correspondent The contest ItoI against her She weighed about 100 pound wltcn site was rte good health When she commenced with our family physician in April 1SOS she weighed about 130 but kept going down all the time She went to Atlanta Ga and goodThenand took treatment from the best physician there fur three months She kept going down undo his treat ment although he was considered the best physician in the county She went down from 1UO pounds to GS and we saw she could not live long She was a skeleton We consulted an old physician who told leer to use Peruna Sue gradually improved and got stronger She has gained 38 pound since she has taken Peruna and iis ti gaining every day and does her own housework She was well known when she was so low and now everybody wants to know what cured her She had in digestion and catarrh of the stomach It is as good for children as for grown people We hared had to lave a doc tor for one of our children since 1S33 WeA Mitchell If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory trolls from the use of trunawritett once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you hitivaluable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio THIEF CAUGHT BY TURTLES The flpapiirrn Grabbed the Mitnt Hand and Held Hint a Clone 1rituucr The pickpocket who tried topinch a likely looking mans pocketbook and found his lingers in the grasp of two snapping turtles was a Japanese A boughtthewould be charged heavily for their transportation us live animals on the portable got on the train he held the trunk so carefully under his arm that a thief who was in the crowd was sure then tn had something valuable in the box So he got into the same ear and took an adjoining seat raking the t first opportunity he cut a small hole tin the trunk with a sharp knife andfslipped in his hind I About this time the turtles con eluded that there Was something do i ing and they took hold of his fingers in a hearty way Gritting his teeth the thief tried to withdraw his band but he couldnt Then he fowled and the owner of the trunk seized him and turned him over to the train people who at the next station gave him to a policeman The incident huwevertwasnt closed until the traveler was k punished for violation of the railway t regulations t i c Cannon n n Teacher of 5clrneer r MI Maurice Levy the president of the French Academy of Sciences re marked in a recent address that the I cannon is one of the most instructive 1 MItsaid which suggested the application of ex plosive gases to the driving of engines The experience of tthe pressures tothemachines which a few years rbeenThusexperiments fortItiltthepeace 3ntcm1nrtlant atsHmakinjr pefloesperfectlyomorphcus phosphorus 0 If1di ijt j 3TRlKE THREATENED iP itbolit 150000 Machinists Through out the Country May Go Out It II Encctcil to Tiike IMarc on buy Yo 1ntcNK bona VrrniiRc merits Can Me IiiTcctcd in tilt llcniitlmc j AVanhingtoii MayI iiA general JI itrikc invoviny directly 150000 n1t liisjs and indirectly rOOOW tae uetal I XPItllhsnnltlrrIt1Ct HIt ofTected in the meatiS U This is the statement made Tay night by Prescient Iame- lt ornell rif the International As r r ion of Machinists who has hi v adqnarters in this city The de IfI nrrnis of the men the refusal of t precipitatetth1riii1 S L- tttrT ing day of nine hours and an in ioase of L14 pet event in wa5 s u1 1nother worth ten hours pay fo iire hours work The mattor be aid has been under consideration for some time aryl every effort has been made by the Machinists aHsoeia tlon to avoid resorting to n strike iit such action lie says is now I tilId foiRi vune time ago through the efforts ofthe international oliation th Jiittr secured from the ationalie1 Trades association the ttrplnyct i If about 23 per cent of the who Isetteon cessions by which a generall work day of nine hours was to become operative on May 20 of 1this year The question of an increase of wages however or its equivalent thei I granting of ten hours pay for nine I boors work remained unsettled Sa urday the representatives1 of the Met al Trades association anti the Inter national Association of Iachiuis f held a conference in Xew York at which an attempt was made to reach nn Agreement on the waqv matter so that the strike proposed for May 20 could be avoided Mr however says that the employers re fused to arbitrate the question ofvwages nominally but that tltvy ex i a willingness that thi1i1ttcr II IIpreEScd be settled by employers 1 lo each individual case fo bo as such This method IAi uu fa1 factory to tho representatives r th Mnebimsts association who cx l ouIdltl tlof 1e question II citykI r OfuuneHI orI jfr for tilt strike Vnd it W3i sent ont by mail Sunday Mr OConnell says that about 100 firqMS whose employes represent pro aFly 20 per centt of the MOOOO men v lo will be affected by the proposed1tostiikc have sited agreements for tins T tlnetion in hours of labor and the ii rcase of pay so that the a itiition 1 on the subject already has benefit 11 them materially For prudential reason the cxerntivc i committee has determined not at t limo to apply the strike order to the 11rlllrnaclsWhether it will be done in the fu ntre will depend altogether oa velopments TEXTILE INDUSTRIES f Jill Men and IViuiicti employed 1V illgBo Member of Outs Great Inlior I OrzariIlloll t Boston Mass May ltsa result ty of the textile workers convention i which concluded its sessions at t- ss Qnincy house Sunday night 73C- r 00nitr men and women employed in the tex tilo industries of North Aniori v willII IK members of one great labor or x ganization to bo known as the ii- cd Init Textile Works of America net reFcntatives of the International Union of Textile Workers and tins American Federation of Textile Op eratives were jnvsent with Tin Its t Duncan vice president of the Amer icon Federation of Tnbor actihgs chairman Both orgnnilftiou decided to amall h mate anti apply for a charter un tier the title name After that is se cured the Mule Spinners union ami the Loom Fixers union will alllIhire 1- In thoroselveK with the organisation which hill eventually mean a sic bcnthp of 50000J and an amicable t iriulcrstanding between trxtlle em jloyes in the north ajid south r 1 1 VESSEL MISSING t ft IK SJollcvcil the Schooner Arts n t wn- I Wrecked and her itttitto01 Crcrr Jlroivnnl I ti t 1prlin May 13 The Hamburg intirin board declares that the Jlnui thl1ir schooner Arina apta1has I been lost with her entire crew t vessel left Hninburir May 2t ttThefor Matupi 01 Henderson is 5n Blanche bay German New Britain and has not been heard oi since To limit lor 1enrr- JJalifax May 1rJIC Peary Arctic clib has chartersI for its work next summer tlics tcamer Krik The 1rik will hunt Mr Peary and secure in l formation of thr fate of the Wind 1ward upon which Mrs Peary gull iMiss Peary sailed last year 3s Henry Vlllnril Kwlatr l Ncw York May isitThe transfer tt on the estlvie of the late Henry Vilardwas Salnnl1 It amot itt I tiIamounted to 2JS42 The estate taxay I I appraised is raluccjl at 2Q33521 J t Fr x rrr rr MRS MKINLEY ILLII fits romllMnn SnlIut to Iniur lint Sin IN AVnrn tint Ilj lItr lont jlnrneyNoLos Angelesl Cal May toFroma broad Ilia canopied pavilion sur hitllt from many states President Mc Kiuley Thursday reviewed the floralI parade of the los Angeles carnival he cityi was packed The population 1of LoX Angeles according to the rt n- tulsis over 110000 but the streets thent number Thursday The president rode at the head of the parade in an open carriage drawn Iby six white horses with yellow satin horsat walked n Spnntt h caballero in poen velvet trimmed in hold braid The carriage was a urges oftrhite mill yellow olossnni A troop of cavalry xvith yellow horsehair pinnies wnvinjr above their hehneis and wreaths of loners Heroes their shoulders an hrr banrd playing The Star Spangled ISnnner preceded1 the presidents carriage to the reviewinjr tand As gush eat clantj Jucositltnthof t time r11I1nin these charming rnoyerrtin l the experience really latch lad aftItr saluting1 the president she threw a thandful of the sort petals iota his sbox llofore the panicle wis over wrs ankle deep in rose leaves In the morning previous 1o the floral parade the president and pllIt were driven through the rls2dcn- section of Los Angeles Thnrwlay afternoon 1 the ladies of the pros iii dents party went to Pasadena and tool a drive throuirh while the pre Natinntt11 Soldiers home near Santa Monica toadisi the journey in electric ears Three thousand of the presidents old con tads of the civil war greeted him there The old soldiers jrave the president a remarkable demonstra lltine Considerable excitement was cans the difeovery after tile SpMl king that a pickpocket who had been work in the crowd had relieved two members of the party Secretary Will son and Col Chas A Moore of thirIpocket books Later the thief was ar ofrestetl Del Mintc Cal May 11 Owinsr to the state of Mis McKinleys Lealt the president and Mr MeKinley ac Jirss Iarber the presidents niece left for tau Francisco at 1130 oclock tits day They will do to the residence of Henry Tl Sott there and it is toped that the complete rest u iill Lace a beneficialI elfcet upon Mrs Mc Kinlcy1 Her condition is said not be alarming but she iis worn o it by her long journ y and it wan 1Itsidered wise to take her to San Fran cisco where she could hove proper nursinir fwd where specialists could be consulted if necessary bhic tween here and San Francisco will be carried out as originally planned and tilt president expects to be able gotdiday ntwrnonn if Mrs McKinleys cot dition warrants it The trip to Snn Francisco will be made in four hour San Francisco May J3t 0 oclock Secretary Corteyon gave the follow bulletin Mrs McKinley stool the trip1 from Monterey extremely welli and iis resting comfortably at MrI totto Her attack of indigestion it is be lieved J st rehurcuu while the bone fl 1 her hand is healing nicely 11I ht Hirschfelder of San Francisco is I in t consultation IJixevl AT JACKSONVILLE TJicri Aliundant V orli For SJvcry Jioily VIio Cun Icrfiimi L Manual lalmr t lacksonville Flu May laChc relief association is doiiif stupendous work particularly jn the commiRwary and labor depart men There i abundant work for everybody who ran do manual labor but 1 t1ilI1J tyslitis experienced in getliny the colored men lo workI I The militia is still in jjossession of the city and will remain here so long Jstlll eommittee of relief associa tion thinks best The liquor men have approved the action of the go ernor in closing the barrooms and have endorsed it by resolution The electric light plants are in n erition and the main streets of t city will be lighted main in the uc three or four days IJInile Uroken in ills Ilcnrt Jlemphis Tenn May IJSmHIny morning Will Claspberry was stabbed1 through the heart and the blade was broken otTo Clasplwrry fell to tho ground dead loe Knight is in jail charged with the murder and Ii intits brother is under arrest as an acces Forv wIll Lessen tie Output Epinal Francis May1 13 =The mas 1 ter cotton spinners of Vosges Slottt ihectMoselle IlauteSnone and Bel fort districts have decided to eta troth June 15 in order to lessen t helet output until existing stocks have een exhausted Fire In the Ihl ttiesI Portion Vavrly la May 13Nearly the fi hole of the luisiness portion of the town of flimont was destroyed by early Sunday morning eighteen business houses were destroyed en taiJins a loss of about 0000 ACTION DELAYED III Vote Was Taken on the Platt AiMPiuliiient bv tho Cuban tConvention coy3iissiovs1 HEPORT OBJECTED TO 1 It is Chritiei That iit iis Ilneornpleie + Jiuisiimdt as TSicv Jlatie No ltCUllllllwilda t jUlla It WZIH ICefcrrtMl1 lo Committee o l isUiuna 5er Tiil DIIJH Will liii nrfurr AiinMiiNil lie litiit Will II SuluitilUMl lhatara May i111 TiltJ Cuban Ion lilt1ina nmciiiioii nu tnodein xrsMuii amiI formallyI considered thedl I i i went to 1trhin III In oMaiit mort definite iiitorniiliiii regarding Ithe intention uf th1 Iuitoil titCro Sniiguilyi I objected1 to I lie report on Sin ground of incompleteness IlXlin thatdi I I lc no rc oinmeiulutions1 They wre rot to Washington he paidWith th ohjuf glttit htcv Itvj t r ihatiSfs ctMiMI not be HTeeici nor So lilt epre an opinion regarding ic vplani e or rejection of Ithe Ilatl tinay would lOIS Taniavo I iorr tw sari1 llot Iiiy1 IttMil IIK changed iis tho I Ihiil anicnd1 inrnt xvis lilt Iliral policy ol rhr Washi ington uliiiiiiKtriiion It + + as wsc less therefore they went on to say fut them to illifi t iiwm a change lint the coiii t ruction Mr Boot hadI ocI t h his assurance that the Coiled Stairs would establish an independent t gtn erument in Cuba end would not iin terfere with Cuban sovereignty iin 2ttflii amcnilnient although they did ittlreport ItlUtrlt IlmiiKC thl Krjiori nnr loan luilltrrto Nounr loos h rcpor lle nfeivcilt 1 to t trnulntiltt on relation ahoa blt report has slill to 1 h neieil upon He admitted that tile eon iiil tecs visit lo 11tthiulon heat thrown ncv 11lihi upon tin anioidiiifiit hilt I IhoiiuM it oily justt that the eom Wattle should be illoved an op1 unity to change tin report in order to conform to tthe new conditions An attempt wa mde t tale 1 iiiitiKdiati vote virh rril trots to til nineiitlnenf hut tin motion of St ti Itoincx was tinIIIuTi1I the com mittee ht + inj ii li luud to act promptly in expected thatt arrcru JRra will ellipse before tlie amended 1 iv ort is submit tcl to the eonvention A mitvement iis on foot to delnr netion until after the Municipal ell r tionsA majority of the committee on re lations Senon Tanian lhiendas and Iti Jiicunda aiv in faror of sw aturndmrtsit Se nors Cuunv seal Silva oppose accept ance REORGANIZATION ORDER SlrIIhur HM VnroiiH llriinclicn of the lilllnry Sirviti of the i Wiled tttr Washington May 1 1 LThe tsar de partment Monday1 published the re Iinnhcstof the military service upon ih basis ot a total army of 77tJS7 men anti a stub of 27 men the enlisted srtrcngth being i4fl1 men llly the sties each iavalryreiririent will con l of Ii cavalry ttooptt of so cn vied men each making ItheI totalI trength of file cavalry branch 111MO The coast artillery will consist of companies of flit enlitedmeii wa v makingJ lJ7U jiud the iicld aitillery of 70 batteries of ISO men each tn tilaeld ttruandIhcf con of li companies of 101 enlisted wit rash ihaUing the strength aS 520 cnlintotl men The three engineer battalions will have four companies of hui nUsted men wash and jtvitiia bond sari will have menvDESTROYED BY FIRE pryp1Aurdhactlit SIt trOOO Detroit Mich May ttFite c1rJ Tuetday morniaj destroyed the tits plant of 1ju JWalkerville OntI matchI factoryt onistind r of a the bride tOlJh1ielI yuj tit of match stock in the yards ad joining tthe buildings Th r totalI loss is jjiven by Prier Stenins of Ue troit one of the partners in the con ecru at liH with i UIUI hisnr ajscc About 100 torn were login edere Tin DiMiutrrcr SUNfulfcil sclariou lidlayI 14ttdpr rrown tit Kolcomo Monday rendered1 decision in attorneys fees claim fl against till Kel IJiver 1ailroad Co Tht case involved OIIOIJ attorneys jfecs against wlinh a demurrer was led by the vecciter Till court sus taincd tine demnrrcr and rfnsed pay ment of any part of the fens 11 slut Hligntion is several years old and involved 1UUti0l1c t KENTUCKY FLASHES= 0LATONIA RACES J h Spriu 11atO11cncdtaturnl le Auspice Ialonia ICy Inv OPIIellsprin season or- UIIHl lThl+t and the weatheralthough ulifyhtiy chillyttas bright j and dear The attendance was farheyond expccuitifms n uimnuudI i u IIhlthl trackTliel as feature of Hie fufair 111t1IOwn nothing of stakeqimUty iin howlIlIIodoueutsstable won it in a gallop ami enricied hilt owner to the exlcri of uw hadtrioiiri l I s Kehii olltG1UnlIOIImoney imie ittic fhiixlud lasr t fiirhmv lthhiml THREE JUDGESHIP5 Thel Men Who VHI rnhtiLly PIM the Vncni les in UK ii II ttieliv fiturlK Krankfort Ky May UHfv IVcTi htthum 1 will appoint io Hiietnsl Circnii 1 lull r John W Jreen of html deceased but it IK unTlerstood lobo M1 llissinjr of IOOIIP comity haw ix n ilcciiieil Upon Judife IIVn lishmai of lieu honrvillf It is nndirstond has 1udreidcd upon for the + aeaicy sexed hy tin appoint rnii of Judc Iuph111 1 aisle as federal jnde of the Kastern KtntIclitelj1Carlisle 1 Ky May Hlidp JubnV Tillon on aeionnt of contipiied illiHss has resigned as eoMiily judgtand liiKtcon A I Tilton t rQtiail l receive ihw appointmenti to fill the vacancy with tilt indoicniril oi everyI county oflieial AS NUISANCES OIVIMTM of Proiirrly In Which Arc Tool ItixiniH ovjrInutoii Krintl Jury Covinpton Ky May IM The rand lure took n step andI i uar lirealvinjr the tIIiIl rlhllill indictment r urtitowncni of the premise cnnii poolrooms Tho indiete art 11l Daveute who rents to the Uhelloiin II 11 Morun uhu i 11i n Sharp Dominie Mary r hrh ant1 hrjute liirtl and Miry IIS Co tthu- rent to Payne Tiny art iiIIi ired rwith iiiniiitaiiiiifr a nnian If th eominonweall neifeds in i ni + i jillIthe poolroitm people iOilii rai i larck ollivr IIrtf ui i iIitbwtlt pani i tit5 ffrealef t han tin renT iNI1 for their prop rt MnehiiilXH V1II Slrlke JouillHIt Ky May I14 The 7C S maehiuiKt of the fi nisvilli JodyeI of the Ilnlelrniilional I AKsoeialion of Mi ehiiiisU oiiday night decided tIstrike on lat unh rs a iiiehonr dayIS lUlt1 them I boot 7 union Warn in till bnildiii tnides were etil ed oil various jolts Moinn H nis nonunion labor was empkrdj I ly rout iItItl t Attacked Ij I iiioti tllnoro OreciiviHi Ky tIIIIIn tirei it e dcllnr1lonlluyminers on two country boy Will Htniter mid 15al title t ii were fioinjr to S t Charles to work ii the mines Itotb wen flivilI II w tcrcl timesi nisrlii IlitililiiiKK HnrnciJ Jfaylield Ky May liirc that tatted in tIll soma of 11 I t Fsiris over MeCrory t Cos drugstore de strayed right twostory business houses The buildings belonged to Z Tong1 1II IR FoNterrtj Jones Robertson Z T1 Knle and JI1 1 Jones Loss a10000 Insurance SEar Chnrxcil Vithi Arioit Irslnk12h1 Irane actleast nsidiiifr ini hShelby eonnty with his fatherinlaw X u fini etrralkhead of stork Thomas llid words with his soninlnw a fcw days ago and ordered him from the plne CyIIcl til the JutroJ Waroi Paducah 1Ky May iIIl im patrolI n agnll was summoned Morilay to talc John Garrison at intoxicated 1 sinterf to the station liD1l i tlie station was reached IjarrSsvn was intend 1o be a corpse from heart iii case The Sdirch Kxploileit c Louisville Ky May 1S Hv the ev plosion of a kett of starch in ti laundry at Nineteenthi and Main oldhre7urely injured CcNoel liulieteil Xicholasvillv ICy lay tToNoel was indicted by the federal grandI jury at Owinfton Monday charged with the murder of Mark Spcnce of IHigh lridte on January J Coal Minor Go Out Heaver Dam ICy May HTltl min employed by the Taylor Coal Co ibout00 in number went on a strike Monday morning 1E1nen2sl 11111 ttcf lctlLnuisrille Ky May HTIll an nual meeting of the Kentucky Asso ciation of Fire Insurance Agents is being held here Tucsdav w Louisville Ky May HThe late for the meeting of the republican state central committee has been hange from May 1C to May1 I iI jiji- i rRELIABLE 1 11 B B R E V7A R D Has a Superior StOIof the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE find that the very lowest the market justifies1 ALL GOOnS GUARANW 1 i I AS RKPHKT1D ROOFING A SPECIALTY L 1ugzAiT7- f B lmr lt HlCKMAN C Capital Stock ooQLI Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 fermActsre= puctiuiiy u The Funds n1 Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patentt Screw Door Safe JIas users yet beer Opened by Burglars p- TIL t CftfbfereAMIiERGJ Asst Cashier IIICKMAN WAGON CO usNU1ArrUrEus uf TJII GE1ElP1TC I 1 stI JI FI 1T WA = r I I IEJOKJ1A N7 Y BTTUOKY I r IlTlUTIPflWfflKIWi RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous take pure rich blood ImpartTroubles warmth power vigor energyTHEY NEVER FAIL Ko matter how hopeless the wise inny seem Astonishing and quick re stilis Ther supply tlio Nerves Uraln mud Blood with the mon pow EtnnlP VIWityiHnriinontlv iicl fUldUIClO skillful nnd learned rcMjarch inki tanltotharamlmllcavoftstrongerafiervrrv tlm wd Th tnnllh Hq An1I1lt IIn tl1 Liver Kidneys and Rowels clentHin the rnurtj intern friiii imp nun niil nt the anru tJicc tonic ur every hIrhuuorantLIfoDdTiredVertigoStuchlSCIITheywllsis and Consu 1ou eaK a ands of Tcstiznonilti tlt your Lestwy is to try them We reload the money if cure tt noi PrtofocubOCOftell LouiavillcSold by Cow ill Cow rin t i t r i I t r I n 1 The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorterr rmlteckhi i in distance makes a corresponding say ins in time Ccttsn Belt trains cry Punnrt Sleepers at nlI Psror Cite Drsri during ths diy sod ftis Chili Cirs r both day snd nisht jf J Writs end till us where you sre f going and when you will Ileve srd we will tall you the exact cost of ra ticket and send you a complete t J schedule for the trip We will also send you an herestirIttte book 9 A Tlip la Texas lL AMII T Pl CKt Nl EN1lIBUIlML 4P1 dTASllo srts Learns Chicago at 63U pm daily c VIA THE CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY i Arrive St Paul at 750 alm Mlnnapolls 830 a m The Only Perfect Train in till World t Jf 4 yf1 I i TiTr t- F t yFy S I f tb I i 4 Iio1 lA Q 1 = Your Uncle Samuel Hot weather furniture should IP clean cool and convenient Your un cle SataueUfpr example knows how It i obtain a good rest Our heels chairs and porch furniture are the most comfortable anti graceful made Trices are low 1ny now t UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The Undertakers Department iis upstairs wholy ae keel n romplctc line of Caskets totting Burial Robes Suite li- Mr Phillips also lives up stairs ocr r the sSnv WhIIhi MH li l lnl11ii any time day or nig- htMORRIS PHILLIPS LONDONS POPULATION The population of London includrii the city and twentyeight metropolitD boroughs tho whole forming what iis termed the Administrative County IIf Loudon is now iolGOiil This is an iin- create of 803717 since the lust jjousu it 1891 PAPER IN THE STREETS Many people thoughtlessly and cart lessly throw paper in the street and leave it to blow around Much ot this occurs while cleaning house the paper being carried into the roads The wind blows the paper around frightens horses and may any time cause a bad accident r + SMALL POX AT MAYFIELD Mayfield Ky May II There art two cases of smallpox here among the white people but no fear of the disease spreading Is entertained Ed Bradford who is in the pest house iis reported out of danger and Miss Minnie Pryor who is at the homo of Mr Jas Pryor in tIll resident portion of the city iis getting along nicely The physicians say they believe the disease is under perfect con crol MACHINISTS STRIKE Kansas City May llFhc hundred union machinists arid blacKsmiths em ployed by engine and machine mauu i facturers ot this city struck today for shorter hours and more pay The ma chinists at the local packing houses plants also went outv Strikers commit tee say by May 20 if demands of machin ists are not acceded to every union nUt chinist in the United States Canada and Mexico will walk out ADVANCING THE tRicE It should be mentioned that a large number or Bostonians paid 815 apiece for the privilege of sitting down to f lunch with Teddy at the Algonquin Club today This is the highest price Ityet paid we believe for the privilege of sitting at table with a Vico President of the United States The office is evidently growing in importance Hart ford Times r o liMaterialI IIBuilding 4 it I I J ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMIJ J BEN and Windows Shingles c L i and Cement IIDoorsi Builders Hardware i Pll c J 1 missii t 3 ESTIMATES j CHEERFULLY FURNISHEDi FEED STUFFS I I i I I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc ppi i I I tR j ijtl i 1 i r v I 1 i h I k CARUTHERSI BAKERY ANn iI CONFECTIONERY IL FRESH BREAD CAKES AND I j CONFECTIONERIESI j j I t CLINTON STREET I I I IHOKMAN KElfUCKYII I Telephone lumber 9Q A 1 1I i I I ttTIMeFHereII d thor1oUKblywith R B Brevard Roofing told andI all kinds of Tin Work Give call il BBksVAUDi- 44ch IjrIjI- jk tfl 3 i ata lj t k ll- y lt t r v A SlNUlLAK SUIT HW DAMKKS IIhlIlphisj Similar Ihus Adolf lip d j suit in the Circuit Court tins morning i for fc000 damages against Irby tfc GilliI I laud Adolf was badly injured a short time ago by thu explosion of a gtisolinf i lamp which hu purchased from IrbytL I Gilliland In his hill adolf charges thatI he was induced by misrepresentations the defendants to buy and use the lamp The lamp ho claims was guaranteed to be safe when in reality it was dangerous I Lieutenant Hobson who math him self famous by the sucking of the MerI rimac in the Santiago Slay humid will I shortly ask of the San Department I permission to visit Spain A warm friendship sprang up between LieutI Hobson and Admiral Cerverea while the former wits a prisoner at Santiago and while in Spain h will be Cerverea guest Shudders at Ills Past I recall now with horror says Mail i Carrier Burnett Maun of Levanna 0Ii my three years of suffering front Kid i ink trouble I was hardly ever free j from dull aches and acute pains in my back To stoop or lift mail sacks made mo groan I felt tired wornout about i ready to give up when I began to use Electric Bitters but six bottles com I pletely cured me and outdo mn feel like a new man Theyre unrivalled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and i Bowels Perfect satisfaction guaran teed by Cowgill C Cowgill Only i 0e I I FOR BREEDING GIANTS For the next century or so it should profit the worlds scientists to keep a IJ close watch on the increasing results of the novel experiment made permanent in Rouen France by the will of the Count St Onen de Pirrecourt This nobleman we are told his be l queathed his entire fortune of 10000000 trarcs to the city of Rouen on the sole condition that the city annually give a marriage portion 100000 francs to two giants the healthiest couple from among the competing entries to be selected by means of a medical examina I tion It was the late Count de Pierr courts belief that the human race needs physical regeneration and hu hoped to indicate the road to its attain ment through the operation of this legacy J1LrJ B H URANT N FIRE IN8URANCI ATSI 1 OFFICE AT F M BANK COUGH MEDICINES ICOU CUitG8III 1111411TONiC1 KINDS AT i IALL i C0 billsbiI DRUG STORE I i CoughIIA cough is not a disease but a symptom I Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fa I tal diseases have for their first indica tiou a persistent cough and if properly treated as soon as this cough appears I I are easily cured Chamberlains cough remedy has proven wonderfully suc i cessfnl and gained its wide reputation I and extensive sale by its success in curing jiI the diseases which cause coughing If it is not beneficial it will not cost you I i a cent For sale by Qowgill rC Cow ill I druggist Hickman I i C E EAKER I IBA1VBTIIG MA BDY t Plano Binders Mowers anc 1 Rakes 1 The hest lowest prices and easy terms Also general as I sortment of Family Groceries Ji Lr = t rIJF1d WFde H Reportion j and th irons micii nit I i a Fr f4i 1 I r 1 l i The best is not allt IC lit 1111t Wiat WI ak is of our line of J Ji1 i IIMens IWomensI Doifi alwavs Secure 1- hc99Lfs Cies advertised comparison iOO all Shoes and will Oxfords i soup C I i I Irlanthrs at tlrr urn fiijrt BllytIllllli tto your own ed excellentJ l 1 lint otf M1 1Ii Viril 1 Iitidl Slices nvv MJI 1r s alsI I in p1 uninFrench and Jlolm toe Licrnnd Conr swI Thfil vt lute a Crown CMf SIn snu ltrirr r hIll a little teut hcivicr thin tl Vjir 11U hiw a fin ot MMIS fine Shoes at 5250 anti S 10 tn IP witlimt u 1 mbt the bist I IJ Sit r in Ilickin U1ii We have iu cxiraoHtnaiv lin tiii vrk Shoes in prittII fit n I ttl S20 LI IItUfl IiI l Yotiilis i IllSt4 uti1 giadts1 front UH to 2 jlLIll Oir hiliei 1 ltullt IKill Sam anl1 Oxfirlst fromr 3 to StroII1 i I are hard to hat 1 Give us u trial11re nuke the pri1 M tot suit You11te are i tho solo agents for the Patent lleather SM that wont break thro I III Your money hack if you art not satisfied l I I IIw i r wv i THE CASH SHOE STORE j i I I 1Vi 1 I I Ii ij J W ATfrR I Iii I i I t kJI I j Ujll A large II11rlIII11c1 Ct Paintst Oilsl 1 flllpentinoTarnishesi i Stains t Paint Brushes Vliitorash Brush l cs etc etc jjust received by T T SWAYNE druggist If yen need anything in this line let himL make you prices before buying FIOCOME J Having lleased my dry goods store to Ro per Bros I have 11101 1lily stock up stairs over the grocery room opposite Dr Davidsons Dental parlor where I will atauntcost all the remainder of my goods Please call if you want anything in this line veryj eheapjI j erJ SAWANto LHJFOBi MXDLE1 I Groceries Fresh Meats9one Hardware Queensware9 iHay Vats BrancinentiAli fount in a firstGlass Grocery and no1ST NVC carry every thiiit usually pains will bo sparedi to plwiso our customers Our motto irli ulIt7OIll rcrcCliritou1 el n BILIOUSNESS is a condition character ized by a disturbance of the dieltivcor gnus Tho stomach is dobiliatcd the 1 liver torpid the bowels constipated There is a loathing of food pains in the hovels dizziness coated tongue vomit jug first of digested or partly digested J mtlcrlllillsIdisturbances of the stomach and create i a healthy appetite They also tone up j the liver to a healthy action and regu late the bowels Try them and you are i certain to be much pleased with the ro 1suit I1 For sale by Cowgill t Cowgill druggists Hickman =Miss Ouidi Moouey who has hlC1I visiting her sister lrW Harry AV K combo at Tyler Mo has returned home 1 ifr h I t I tnort G RICE PIERCE IN THE SADDLE Vo copy this from the Troy New Banner Hon Rice A Pierce tolls us that whou the next domocratic coufrrefisioii al prinmry bugle blows hon ho lined up ready for tthe race Wo wiper a horse nobody will meet Rice A in the next race The recollection of the lOA Jones slaughter great good Ulan that Jones i will deter any more useless anil foolhar dy sacrifices Rico will simply trillop over the track tnko the purse and keep on serving the people Seo if he dont of your BabyI Have you a Good Photo If not carry it to Perry he will please you Plating Photos only 2i per dozen My last week Hnpfc1 Tnuisit find Mnstlo Tin Art Wall Paper MillI mn night day to supply the demand Tom KirklJatriI their agent urdeied paper thtiu und iu three days it was 011 residence 300 Ii witHur a liickihun ii stunt short factory He will iihow i i unnlw which art beautiful nod 1111jj FINE OUTLOOK FOR FRUITiii Li sxiI WAS SITCUKSSFU- WEATHKKRI IY I H AM TltKKK 1 I1 FJNK CUXIUTIDN I i I tilIhll1 I tray icirvdWmll bf the ra ill K ntiukjr iris v tlr whn HJ last cold snap threat I aid lI lu nip tin bud Uierv in now ew ry I I indication of apt uitiMnjlly 1 lrgt yield ufII kiudof fruit Jt jiorJs pointing twird tics e uditi j are lb injf retvJvi j l cliIbil by th ui ai weather burKin ItII Iw nMuenibon tint tmfurv tliH coldI j I that threatened the fruit xourrod during the latter part of i1 I were unmernt ltpntI lrHII I thctl friu all parts of thn mtit ro fftsct that th i blooai wan hctvy on all the trek 4 old that if aUuNII to in itor the fruit rrop would btto hctvy in inriv jilaiv that It vpjuld I nac Mil Ire tdrxtt thc cI lI ir unrs iit w is iJ r licteil by the local j I 1 hr l irtMii Mi U iril s4 the drop in rituro urn crated to a hwlIiJothtI I freezo off sifVfnl hours dtintti t thpII fruit rap wHlIlI alL bo in itnri illy in I jiiffd 1YiU iri wis sid w iuld not I i IIIIlvcrII I or weather wn rlIhl In no east hhow r wis tU fn isof say conoid + nible 1luatiflf rilf vn tUlli fro t killd a nntubr + t th iu 11 expound buds on the treys in the bl ulitte in which it fl while thlIrJo faa that blojni WH iiniHu illy thtVc prott t th rtit of tlw bjli Taw wa an tnal bnefir U the ire H th iu ollijr rn ill th couniis vlinrtj front fell d J t lu the Rood wnyof furniture and fI homo furnishings viln s here rt ally iiMMtis lunch fron ao Ct- i g ft every rc inisite fityle feature in tIll islet that adds to jL thp beauty of tho home tint conple with reason prices prices that well 0- I 3 ff t c l 1 f1 of of mmlern in clever is most prim oasy that facts that should diront your hero 4 t l j 3 Cots At 4 r s 11 Ii hor A BOYS CO used to so ma tells me hut that was when pa was a boy site says there ureII some old maids in town that me all its put history if I discover them fore chance to on their nuike up whatever mesons she says never to I her are as she gets to he 20 years old tho world stops moving ill i her so never get tiny i The Wagon Factory is the in outside of bootlegging just I a bootleggeris but a boy gave me ItI taste out of u bottle one day that ho said I it tasted as if it had beau in some hoot with foot in it it tatted like dirty hisI smells Ma says isti tI full of bootleggers see how I knows else does Tho I Jury makes everybody conic to tho that can hear are buying from bootleggers but knows about it and then therej iis nobody put in jail for it funny isnt it hut ma says weve got em and gotL em bad I wonder how she it ant- I Pa tell her cause he says he dont any of He gets his from Fulton and Union City and it comes iu at night asked ma how he gets it at night as no trains come down nod pa told me to ho said it camo by n q r railroad thats funny too us one run into Ma says she hopes always be as such as I now but wait till older you blOt Ill lied out try to get nom mated for Sheriff or or what over call those fellows that arrests people for doing wrong on tho Demo cratic ticket thats all that s needed and youre sure to bo elected and then Ill whoop em you bet DEAN 4 I Old Soldiers Experience M M Austin civil war veteran of inhester Ind writes My wife Iwnscka long time in spite of good doctors but was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills r- I which worked wonders for her health always do fry them Only 25c lat C wiiHs storerr f1 ALu i t o I tt- t y Pittsburg and Eureka i- Orders with Cash will have prompt r ALL FUEL MUST BE FOR OB 1DElIVERGRADES OP COALS onrI1IOU FOIL A KISS A German has just had to pay S100 for a kiss under peculiar circumstances IIj sitting ill a oife with u friend i nisHJS wit m tin lasers d lughter came r + in She w H pretty girl aud the gillant Ujrnin ask for a kiss The girl rofuid TiuCurniau slid if she would give him a kiss he would pay her olO friuo oa the day of her majority Ta little girl accepted the contract to which numerous persons present were wiLa iC and the monnutous VisJ took plif R ntly tin girl camo of age und d niiudei of tho con tract Tits Girnrin had cooled down sin and refused to pay Litigation followed and th j Coart of Ap peat ntinjil to pay up a mererkiss not being an contract and ttherefore liable to payment like any other Ptris Cable New York Herald a- r 1Trt i1 1 What May Brings to YeaJ 4 hereselotTtrinjKflr ptrticnlirlr Jtable oinphafiic the ocuiiomy such buying hiriv For coolers theres a tI generous quantity new old striking ideas of home comforts t- J furnishings oEAvhat brightisst and used but with J 7the along especially ling Hints influence buying T 1sTIY 75J t- x r Firstclftss Wire tt 3 50r t line Combination Mattresses at only tt ft V fl if rrf tc g t t 0fcgdtfgdtffg I t Hickman IPOSITIONe Point could about could b theyhud a I put youthful that ask when neighborhood she older principal industry Hickman 1 dont know what was bootleg vluskey 1 niggers I sometimes Hickmau j I dont she whim nobody Grand Court House they nobody anything tinds dont know them whiskey I then hush an u d round I thought only railroad Ilickuiau I will- is igforant about things am I got Ill Marshal they up CZAR a treatment wholly Tlifv Cowgill A drug CDJA ujvoaipaniid attention PAID ALL STEAM w is is little d fulllillment li tally him immoral May 135 3 1 STEPHENS SMITH FIIIST DISTRICT POLITICS The election storm center Is over the a KontuckyOlliegLint with brains approximately supple i declarIIJIl i I dreams Senator Utloy has announced L his purpose to nnasuro lance with the hasidispute title of his opponents to lint mortgage j on Wheelers succession When Ullio James Sam Grassland aud Senator Utloy open up triangular bombardment in thetFirst district court will adjourn to seetelephant swim the riverBow lingII 1the rim lIerald t STILL OUR POLICYf According to lato cable news the dis t regard of the Monroe Doctrine now be t ing manifested by Germany in the con 1 troversv with regard to Margarita Is t- j laud is displayed also by tho French press in commenting upon that inter 1 tinational inculenty I This is significant provetI that Europe is not likely iu the future t t to accept the principle of tho Monroe t Doctrine to tho same extent as in tho M t It will bts remembered that En IthoI jpines that the Monroe Doctrine ceasedtto prevail from that moment It is oviwdent that the Powers are of one mind on this important point It is equally plain that the United States government can never allow any great Power to gain now territory in the byforceernment in this half of the world Our own oafety as well as tho safety and perpetuation of the smaller American republics demands tho rigid mainten once of such a policy llF J r