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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Of t THE HICKM W COURIER s 0 n n === 1i OLDEST 1rJi WSPAJER IN WESTERN KENTUCKYiV ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY1 MAY 24 1901 VOL XXXVI NO 26If Aaa 1 vra 4- r r I L idn + t 5OO f l I 1 o JJ NAW Slt JcQIJioI s +sas t Was the sum offoivd lby at 1 Hail Komi for tlIt lbestt Danger Signal to he used at and the winner who was at lawyer took for his text these simple words STOP I LOOK and LISTEN There is a just ahead of you awl it will pay von to I i i 0 ne Ilia11ursTHE Hf LDLD GGORED ISTRAIGHT FRONT CORSETS wfM J- ME THESEARE ARECLASS RESPECT Company crossings crossing G terest y cause they tree and have al direct Bear who just as G D STYLE 238 I is represented i a t- It iis full gored IjIj S tt 1 r aI iJ g 1 h I i i YktrbQQrl r I iI Is uitrituuph in the of I CORSET MAKING because it represents the best values on the market in the Style now most in demand i These statements should in on be are ingon all wear CORSETS These goods arc shown in all styles trep- resented here bins seam j tit lOTl1PJiep 4A1 I art CORSETS I FIRST IN EVERY I r s vi f SHA Spa I r w x t n s 4 1 1II Copie to Stay establishes himself in a legitimate business it should be withrr determination that hes going to stay i We Started in to Stay And the thing we want is regular tradesteady satisfied customers who come to us j suchjWE WANT TO STAYj t And in order to do so we are makingome strong inducements just now to attract 1 new customers and the old ones get the benefit too and we intend that c i every person who makes even one purchase here shall carry awayand return a good impression of ett our Store and our methods i Thats the Way We Expect to Stay 11THEii BEST AND CHEAPEST LINE OF SYr H9TQplyY r EVER OFFERFD IN THE CITYI ii L D SIMMONS f BUCHANANS OLD STAND 4 i 1 q- fVi f localland Personal I I 0 j Mis Jlfc1 Atwill of Cayce was in town lu tweek shopping l ruIl y4 Club meet with the MiSfcs Vretfchthis evouing DJF K5paviason leaves MondayII for WAsilrawd Indianapolis I I Urnj7to1i4 Ft teak tii Yl itiri1t + r+I daughter Mi John Ford at JFultonI Mrs Hewclt of Carbondale IllISvisiting her daughter Mrs Will Baltzer i Mrs II N Cowgill left Wednesday fora weeks visit to relative in Dixon We were happy till we met otaers who had bought their Goods so much cheap er from L D SIMMONSm Mrs B T Davis who lie been visiting atCorydou Ky hats returned home New Line Oriental Yoking and Ap plique Trimming A MBERG S Mrs C L King of Corydou Kr isI visiting her daughter Mrs B T Davis Mrs C Moore and Miss Nora Moore of Crutchfield were visitors in Ilickuian lastweek Valenceunes Lace 5 inches wide for 5e AM1 BERGS Mrs Horace Luteu and Miss Jessie Sellars of Fulton are visiting Mrs Maggie Randle Dr Faris and daughter Misses May and Irene leave Monday for Memphis Also Mrs T T Swayne Black and Cream Silk Lace at 5c- AMBEItGS Mrs E M Reid and daughter Lucie visitingMrAt Fulton the board of education has voted that the lady teachers must not attend night dancing school Mrs Jus Royster of Fulton was the guests of her friends MrsI Jack Millet and MM Nannie Kingman this week At 9 oclock tomorrow morning in the boxes in front of Amhergs will bo found redhot bargains in and Slippers towH A novel sight on the river Tl1e night wasa skiff with ono oarsman ing Jennie Gilbert Just received a new line Lawn and Dimity AMBERGS County Attorney trtt1si is in Frankfort this week looking after Fulton County tax rate Toni D Thomas who has been engineering on a Columbus steamer is at home and will remain here a month or twoThe wheat crop has considerably improved since the last rain but yet it is claimed there will not be niorfc than half a crop Mr Ed Kuoerr and other Ilickman ieriuginSan Fransisco will reach home soon New line Summer Wash Goods at- AMBERGS The funeral of the late Jas N Brown occurs at Harmony church near Mos cow next Sunday the Rev Brasfield preaching the sermon Masonic burial Messrs Henry Cowgill and Helm have BelgianHaresery for their keep Call and see them Ir o bylightninging a hole several feet in diameter to the third floor The building was not ignited und the damage not great A full line of Screen Doors and Screen Sash All Sizes and Best Makes con stantly on hand Prices very low at 52141 11 C AMBERGS Daniol Diamonds of tho gunboat Nashville remembered his friend Mr Henry Cowgill by sending him the coatof arms of tho United States and also of Kentucky in handsome Japan ese3i embroidery by H Inmmura J Nagasv V tV V Jr afci Japan Call avid see B E Reeves Co at their new stand Tho Finest Rigs at the Lowest Prices ever offered in Hick tunaMrs McKinley after having a very close call began to improi Friday and Iby Saturday was pronounced out of in mediatp dauber In fact she was BO much improved that the President attended the launching of the battleship Ohio Sheriffs Stubblefiold and Carpenter carried the four prisoners convictedat the recent term of the Circuit Court v Eddyilleforging check for 30 on Farmers kMer yearsRobg yearHenry malicious s yearsJessie obtaining goods under false pretenses m Fulton one yearThe recital given by the Music Pupils j FuquaTeacherj criticshighlysaid the teachers Fortuuo in line musical talent was inherited The re MaudLunsfordand Ruble Burnett was a continuous run of the rarest music both in selectio- and execution which all enjoyed A NEW SHIPMENT OF WALL PAPER The Prettiest Line of Wall Paper at the Lowest Prices we have ever secured Our customers get the benefit of oar bargainsWILSONS BOOK STORK If a Girls in Love Thats her business j t J 11 d N Vf rya If Shes Going to Get Married I iness Thats the Squires bus wy Hut if you naveanj sheet metal work to be done or any old Roofs that need repairing and painting Thats our Business Will guarantee emtoo L P W S ELLISON NOW IS THE BEST TIME To have your Babys Photograph takes When the weather 13 not so hot and the Baby is not fretted and my prices are made to suit For a short time I will make six Platino Photo graphs for One Dollar 100 that would be cheap at Two Dollars Dont miss this chance Extreme care will be taken to please my patrons Remember ROSEDALEnthe Photographer 4- 5HAWSH iVVi11 Se11 You j GI 0 II E 1 4 as cheap as any one See them be 4 fore you buy anything A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED f Given Free 1 With each cash purchase of =100 4 M B SHAWS SONSI 11 o 0 c V c l R i THE HICKM COURIER I =OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN TERN KEN TUOKY i ESTABLISHED 1859HICKMANFULTON C0U T 2Yfi- w= IJI1 JIt frrefiJY X w k l tw1 iry4 t 1 I G S t I J I t 3i i I 1 + I JS JUHV 5OOC dr ftJ tQmaMIf l 1 1 and the winner who was a lawyer took for his text those simple words STOP H LOOK and IIII There is a just i THE11 NEW G LiD G OREE 1 IG THESE H RESPECT COlllpanyfor LISTEN toSTOPBigYn1ups I ARECLASS the now cause they true have rect Bear all who wear- COJEtSETS are in all styles as frep- resented D STYLEr 238aIs here represented I 1r is run gored biilSSp allLa S t r a i h trr IIIontPljef moo a 1EJ1 I Is a triumph in the art of CORSET MAKING because it represents best values on the market in the Style most in demand j These statements should in terest you be are and a di lugon These goods shown V just f g CORSETS 1 FIRST IN EVERY 1 p J tJi j jt I l v x 11 SHAWSr- 1 4rr- f r- p rt yar I CoF p1e to Stay u w himself in a legitimate business it should be with a w I that hes going to stay py IM in to Stay Z we tradesteady satisfied customers who come to us + confidently and constantly And the way to get and hold such 7rs customers is to treat them fairly and squarely LcWE WANT TO STAY f 1 Andin order to dor so we are making some strong inducements just now to attract i2 new customers and the old ones get the benefit too and we intend that t every person who makes even one purchase here shall carry awayand return a good impression of j our Store and our methods Thats Ihe Way We Expect to Stay WE HAVE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST LINE OF rg GOOOS snoes SlipperS mens Purllisng GOOd ana Bats i EVER OFFERFD IN TH CITY ilt L D SIMMONSrBUCHANANS OLD STANDr LTt iv I LLOcIIIntlI S Personal I i T E- Mw JlKAtwill of Oaycc was in to rsJagt fresh shopping lbtl Club meet with the- M this evening 111 fkvidson leaves Monday Iid 1ndiauapolis- ateC tr4t 1ffit eCKI v iti4 r John Ford at Fulton r daUMts Hewctt of Carbondale III is visiting her daughter Mrs Will Baltzer sir- sforveeks II N Cowgill left Wednesday visit to relatives in Dixon i We wore happy till we met others who hatllbought their Goods so much cheap erfrom L D SIMMONS JMrs B T Davis who has been visiting utCorydou Ky has returned home New Line Oriental Yoking and Ap phquo Trimming AMBERG S y Mrs 0 L King of Corydon Kv is visftipg her daughter Mrs B T Davis 11 Mrs 0 Moore and Miss Nora Moore of Crutchfield were visitors in Hickman lastlweek Valencennes Lace 5 inches wide for 5c AMBERGS 1 Mrs Horace Luteu and Miss Jessie Sell rs of Fulton are visiting Mrs Maggie Randle DrFaris and daughters Misses May and Irene leave Monday for Memphis Also Mrs T T Swayne Black and Cream Silk Lace at C- cAMBERGS Mrs E M Reid and daughter Lucie oflleclleyVest Virginia is visiting Mnand Mrs W D Hutchison At Fulton the board of education has voted that the lady teachers must not attend night dancing school Mrs Jas Royster of Fulton was the guests of her friondj Mrs Jack Millet and Mrs Nannie Kmgman this week At 9 oclock tomorrow morning in the boxes in front of Amborgs Store will bofound redhot bargains in Shoes and Slippers A novel sight on the river Tuesday night was a skiff with one oarsman towing the steamer Jennie Gilbart Just received a new lino Lawn and Dimity AMBERGS County Attorney Bemley is in Frank fort this week looking after Fulton County tax rate Tom D Thomas who has been engi neering on a Columbus steamer is at home and will remain hero a month or twoThe wheat crop has considerably irn proved since the last rain but yet it is claimed there will not be more than half a crop Mr Ed Knoerr and other Hickman sollieringinSan Fransisco will reach home soon New line Summer Wash Goods at- AMBERGS The funeral of the late Jag N Brown occurs at Harmony church near Mos cow next Sunday the Rev Brasfield preaching the sermon Masonic burial Messrs Henry Cowgill and Helm have BelgianHarewy lOfitheir keep Call and see them t bylightninging a hole several feet in diameter to the third floor The building was not ignited and the damage not greatof A full line of Screen Doors and Screen Sash All Sizes and Best Makes con stantly on hand Prices very low at 52l lt H C AMBERGS Daniel Diamonds of the gunboat Nashville remembered his friend Mr Henry Cowgill by seudinc him the coatof arms of the United States and Tapanii IU t t Jlpl 1 Call and see E E Reeves Co at thornnew stand Tho Finest Rigs at tho Lowest Prices ever offered in Hick manMrs McKinley after having a very close call began to improve Friday and by Saturday was pronounced out of im mediate danger In fact she was so much improved that the President attended the launching of tho battleship Ohio Sheriffs Stubblefield and Carpenter carried the four prisoners convicted at the recent term of the Circuit Court Monday to the penitentiary at Eddy ville They were Sam Evans white forging check for 30 on Farmers Mer yearsRobyearHenry malicious shooting three years Jessie Barlow white obtaining goods under false pretenses in Fulton one yearThe recital given by tho Music Pupils FuquaTeachertended and many competent as critics highly praised teacher and pupils One said the teachers Fortune in fIne musical talent was inherited The re cital Wednesday evening by Miss Maud Lunsford assisted by Mrs Bryant Cox and Rubie Burnett was a continuous run of the rarest music both in selection and execution which all enjoyed yv A NEW SHIPMENT OF WALL PA 18 The Prettiest Line of Wall Paper at Y the Lowest Prices we have ever secured Our customers got the bonetit of oar bargainsWILSONS BOOK STORK If a Girls in Love r k Thats tier business iJ If She9 s Going to Get Married I Thats the Squires bus inessBut if you have any sheet metal work to be done or any old Roofs that need repairing and painting Thats our Bus ness Will guarantee emtoo L P w St ELLISON e NOW IS THE BEST TIME To have your Babys Photograph taken When the weather is not so hot and tho Baby is not fretted and my prices are made to suit For a short time I will make six Platino Photo graphs for One Dollar 100 that would be cheap at Two Dollars Dont miss this chanco Extreme care will betaken to please my patrons Remember the place BOSEDALB the Photographer 1i ttJ5HAWS1VVi1USe11 You ic11Iot4 as cheap as any one See them be 4 fore you buy anything 4 A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED 4 Given Free i tWith each cash purchase of 100 R JMB SHAWS SONS TT a i- u rd A F OLIVES K Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY IVEi1E A TRIAL when you want repairingWafODepeclaltyI GoodCoraGI slant Coliaad Caaei wbioh can befitted up in short notice and at reason able price firs ne a call Shop Bear the Jail a LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R B DEPOT t J H POLLOCK Frcprit First class turnouts buggies surrey carriages safe teams c Customers tiered with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 19 Cash BDDkStore f Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATIONERYc J NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thiug up to date fi MARY BKRKXDESA feo 1 L i 4r CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We urn hereto stay Nobody will aupreciate your patronage or take more pleasure in try JugTo please you than wn old reliable barbers R U CAIDWFL- IWiu PUOWKIL DR S K DAVIDSON DentistHICKMAN KENTUCKY s lt Once over xObwgill Cowgills Drue store C E EAKER l r General Girocec Powell Block Clinton St r I Raring piirohi eil the Grocery Slock oi J J C Bandunni would be pleased to have allold friends to call Fresh Goods and Choice Bargain fJtt tBARRY COt AT BLTKNKRS OLD SIU- WWill mlle you a Buggy to order Repair or Paint your old one ELkdCSMlTHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED II PV IteMlry Joo W JBcnnett BENNETT REMLEY ATIOBHEYSATLAW peeiallytheties Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Remleys in Hicktnan L Tile Big FurRouter Is m RallwiSystem r aJcp h + V gf2500 Milo if Super Rbidwi- Bim uJ Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Con ictloee- Y Tile Naasegor Trata Service of the BKTffbint ROUTE provides 200 PiSE ytrday requhtojjf fer tlieir operation I IISfrPassengerA 45 passenger Cars 25PIIt Ci1TS i 0 y2Mi1ng1 and Cafe Cars r la aMitfen sbicMSlrty PatliiMr Sieeperi r aM J eCentltuoltsnlirvke- x N tlMt8IOFOUq nditS Titrougk- e cr1r Ir W Vt 1 WAft 1J L r wpDEPe I GeL Its st Tkt Art ASSICPTA CUlcHlfAn o I 4 r- Ali t i ArjABCfUT AMUSEMENTS Dr Talmage Lays Down Som Guiding Principles Row to Decide AVliether Any Ilccre- aticm 1M IllRlit fir AVroiiK Sport it 3lfiiiiN Xot nn land AVnrn- iiilf to Young Men Copyright 1001 by Louis Klopschj X Y J Thisdiseourse of Dr Talmage is i I accord with all Innocent hilarities While it reprehends amusements that belittle or deprive text II Samuel ii 11 Let the young men now arise nml play before use There arc two armies encamped by the pool of Gilieon The time hangs heavily on their hand One army proposes a game of sword fencing Nothing could be more helpful and innocent The other armyacceptt the challenge Twelve men 12 meat the sport opens But something went adversely Perhaps one of the swordsmen got an unlucky clip or in sonic way had his it aroused and that which opened i I sportfulnotts ended in violence eat i taking his contestant by the hiti and withthe sword thrusting him in the side so that that which opened in innocent fun ended in the unsssacr- of all the 211 pportsmeii Was tlier- ever a better illustrafidn of what waa true then is true sow that which iis innocent may be made destructive What ofa worldly nature is more important and strengthening and innocent than amusement and yet what has counted more victims I have no sympathy with a ttraitjaoket religion This is a very bright worldI to me and I pro ose to do all 1 car- to make it bright for others I never could keep step to a lead march A book years ago issued says that a Christian man has a right to sour amusements For instance if he coniesvhome at night weary from his work anti feeling the need or recrea tion prts on his slippers and goes into his garret and walks lively around the floor sew nil tines ther- can be no harm in It 1 believe the church of God nude a great mistak- in trying to suppress the sportful ness of youth and drive out from men their love of amusement If God ever implanted anything in us lie im planted this desire Rut instead of providing for this demand of our nature the church of God has for the main part iignored it As in a riot tim mayor plants a battery at the end of the street and has it fired oil so tha everything is cut down that happens to stand in the range the good as well as the had so there are men the church who plant the batteryi of condemnation and fire away indis criminately Everything is con demned Rut Paul the apostle commends those who use the world with out abusing it and in the natural world God lias done everything to please and amuse us In poetic fig urns we sometimes speak of natural objects aa being in pain hut it is a mere fanny Poets say thllonds weep but they never yet shed a tsar and that the winds sigh but they never did have any trouble rand that the stonn howls but it never lost its temper The worM is a rose and the universe a garland And I am glad to know that in all our cities there art plenty of places where ve may find elevated moral en tertainment nut all honest men and good women will agree with me in the statement that one of the worst things in these cities is corrupt amusement Multitudes have gone down under the blasting influence never to rise If we may judge of what iis is going on in many places of amusement by the pictures on board fencfs and in many of the show win dotes there is not a much lower depth of profligacy to reach At Naples Italy they keep such pictures locked up from indiscriminate inspection Those pictures were exhumed front Pompeii and are not fit lor pub lic gaze If the effrontery of bad places of amusement in hanging improper advertisements of outI they are doing night by night grows worse in the same proportion in 50 years some of our modern cities will beat Pompeii- I project certain principles by which you may judge in regard to any amusement or recreation finding out for yourself whether it is right or wrong- I remark in the first place that you can judge of the moral character of any amusement by its healthful result or by its baleful reaction There are people who seem made up of hard facts They are a combination of multiplication tables and statistics If you show them an exquisite picture they will begin to discussi the pig ments involved in the coloring If you ahow them a beautiful rose they will submit it to a botanical analysis which in only the postmortem examination of a flower They have no rebound in their nature They never do anything more than smile There are no great tides of feeling surging up fnfm the depths of their soul in billow after billow of reverberating laughter They seem as if nature had built them joboutare people in the world who have bright faces and whose life is a song an anthem a paean of victory Even their troubles are like the vines that crawl up the side of a great tower on the top of which the sunlight sits and the soft airs of summer hold perpetual carnival They are the people you like W have come to your house they are I people I like to have come to my house IKyou but touch the hem of their gar ments you arc healed iNow itd ttfeSic evhilarant and sympathetic aiid warmhearted people that are most tempted to pernicious amusements In proportion as a ship is swift it want A a strong helmsman in proportions a horse j Ugayit wants a stunt driver and theft people of lookeainuac ments Jf an amusement sends you home at night nervous so that you cannot sleep and yqu rise up in the morning not because you arc slept out but because your duty fntm youhavebeen There are amusements Ihat 1send a man next day to his work with his eyes bloodshot yawning stupid kindsnof amusement They arc entertain ments that give a man disgust with the drudgery of life with tools because they are not swords with working aprons because they are not robes with cattle because they are not in furiated bulls of the arena if any longingforventure love that takes poison and adventuress det pond upon it that you are the siacri faced victim of uiisanctified pleasure Our recreations are intended to build tocphysicaln conI obnoxiousrStill further these amusements are jIt1H1itltIlS oneyefhronncj It is comeSftlingthatmoney time You may by it have made an investment worth more thank the transaction that yielded ollhnn dreds of thousands of dollars Hut how many properties have been rid amuselllentsI ttthe city it was the city of Philadelphia 1 was a mere lad I stopped at a hotel and I remember in the eventide one of- ttthese men plied me with his infernal art He saw I was green He wanted to show me the sights of the town He painted the path of sin until it looked like emerald hut 1 was afraid of hint I shoved InHc from theI has aebasilisk I remember how he wheeled andewith a concentered and diabolical ef mtart attempted to destroy my soul but there were good angels in the air that night It was no good resolution on my part but it was the allen compassing grace of a good Godthat delivered me levare beware Q t thaet seemeth right unto n man but the deathtThe table has been robbed to pay the club The champagne has cheat enn rousing party has burned up the boys primer The tablecloth of the corner saloon iis in debt to the wic 1 faded dress Kxcursioiis thaf0jfday nuke a tour around nJwn tti months wages ladies whose lifeTme- business it iis to go shoppiugJarge bets on horses have their counter I parts in uneducated children bank ruptcies that shod the money mar j ket and appall the church and that- send I in iiiii iiiiii it sti teririg across tIll richly figured carpet of the man sion and lashing into the mirror and drowning out the carol of music with the whooping of bloated sons venue ironic to break their old mothers heart I saw a beautiful home where the bell rang violentlyI late at night The son had been olT in sinful indul gences His comrades were bringing him home They carried him to the door They rang the bllIat one oclock iniithe morning Father and mother came down They were wait lug for the wandering son and then the comrades as soon as the door was opened threw the prodigal bead long into the doorway crying There he is as drunk as a fool Ha ha When men go into amusements that they cannot afford they first borrow what they cannot earn and thou theysteal what they cannot borrow First they go into embarrass ment and then into lying and then into theft and when a man gets so far as that he does not stop shortof the penitentiary There is not a prison in the land viere there are not victims of unsanctified amusements Merchant is there a disarrange ment in your accounts Is there a leakage in your money drawer Did not the cash account come out right last night I will tell you There is a young man in your store wandering off into bad amusements The salary expenditures in which he has entered and he takes by theft that which you do not give him in lawful salary- I go further and say those are un Christian amusements which become the chief business of a mans life Life is an earnest thing Whether we are born in a palace or hovel whether we are affluent or pinched we have to work If you do not sweat with toil you will sweat with disease You have a soul that is to be transfigured amid the pomp of a judgment day and after the sea has sung its last chant and the mountain shall have come down in an avalanche of rock you will Hv is and think and act high on a throne where seraphs sing or deep in a dun Worldnwhere there is so much to do for yourselnis and so much to do for others trod pity that man who has nothing to do I go further and say that nIl those Intobadany place thlintempernte withthemaybequittThe17neywill ter1hcstroyed They will not give one cent j to support your children when you lire dead They will weep not one tear at your burial 1 had a friend in lire westa rare friend lie was Ore of tht first to wel1 come me to my new Ironic To fine persona I appearance he added a generos ity frankness and ardor of nature that made mo love him like a brother Itur I saw evil people jjatherinir around him They lame up from the saloons from the gambling hells They plied him with a thousand arts They s eizei upon his sociali nature and he could not stand the charm They drove him on the rocks JiIa ship full winced shivering on the breakers 1I used to admonish him I would say Now 1 wish you would ouit those had habits and become a Christian Oh he would reply OIlI would like to but I have gone so far I dont think there iis any way back In1 his moimnt of repentance lit would go home ml takf his little iaiof eight years and em brat her convulsively anil cuter hrwith adornments and strew around hrpictures rind toys andeverihingtlnt could make her happy and thn a through hounded by an evil ipint Lc would go out to tIll inllamiig j jtd the house of shame like a foil to tin correction of the stocks 1 was summoned to his di uthV I I hastened 1 enti red the room 1 font him to my surprise Sy ing in futw r day dress on the top of th fuch 1 put out my hand lie gra prll it tX eitedly and said Sit down Mr Tai mirage right there 1 satdotxn He saidhlllt night f aw riy moth r who has IrPesi dcad for 10 JMK rid1 Lisat just where Jonit now It wa in dream I was wide awake Tliren t no delusion in the matter 1 saw hrjust as plainly as I see you Wife I wish you would take these string off me There are strings spmvnil around my body I wish you would take them off me I saw it was delirium hOh replied the wife my dear tlieir 5 to nothing there there is nothingther lie went on and said Just where yoU sit Mr Talmage my mother sat she said to me Henry I do wish you would do better 1I got Ml of bed ptmy arms around her anrtsaid Moth er I want to do better Wont you help me to do better Wont you lulpm No mistake about it no delusion I saw herthe rap and gpron andr tlI spectacles just as sin used to look t0 years ago But 1 do wish you wotilJ take these strings away They annoy nie sot 1I can hardly talk Wont u take them away I knelt dtenndprayed conscious of the fact that he did not realize what I was siving 1 got up 1 said Uoodby 1 JhIp y uf will be brttorsoon lIe sail Tiool l y goodby 0 That night his sou went up to the Godwho gave it Arrangements were made for the obsequies Some said Dont bring him in the church he is hringhimwhile he was alive end 1 shall standby him now that he is dead Piing hint to the church As 1 sat in the pulpit and saw his body coining up through the aisle J felt as if I could weep tears of blood 1 told the people that day This moan had his virtues usda good many of them He had his faults and a good many of then JJut if there is a man in this audience who is without sin let him cast the first stone at this cot lin lid On one side the pulpit sat that little child rosy sweet faced as beautiful as any child that sot at your table this morning 1 warrant you She looked up wistfully not knowing the full sorrows of an orphan child Oh her countenance haunts me to day like some sweet face looking up on us through a horrid dream On the other side of the pulpit were the men who had destroyed him There they sat hard visagedI Isome of them pale front exhaust ingdiseasesoareof them Hushed until it seemed as if the fires of iniquity harried through the cheek and crackled the lips Theywere thin men who had bound him hand and foot They had kindled the fires They had poured the wormwood anti gall into that orphans cup Did they weep No Did they sight rlpcntinglnDid they say What a pity that such a brave man should be slain No no not one bloated hand was lifted to wipe away a tear from a bloated cheek They sat and looked at the coflin like vultures gazing at the carcass ofa lamb whose heart they had ripped out I cried in their lars as plainly as 1 could There are a God and a judg ment day Did they tremble Oh no no They went back from the house of God and that night though their victim lay in Oakwood cemetery I was told that they blasphemed nnd they drank and they gambled and there was not one less customer in all the houses of iniquity This destroyed man was a Samson in physical strength but Delilah sheared him and the Philistines of evil companionship dug his eyes out and threw him into the prison of sift habits Hut in the hour of his deaths he rose up and took hold of the two pillared curses of God against drunkenness and uncleanli ness and threw himself forward until down upon him and his companions there came the thunders of an eternal catastrophe 0 Again any amusement that gives you a distaste for domestic life is bad How ninny bright domestic cir ellS have been broken up by sinful amusements The father went off the mother went off the child went off There are today the fragments before me of blasted households Oh iif you have wandered away I would like to charm you back by the sound of that one word home Do you not know that you have but little more time to give to domestic wel fare Do you not see father that your children arc soon to go out into the world and all the influence for good you are to have over them you must have now Death will break in oil your conjugal relations and alas if you have to stand over the grave of one who perished iron your neglect I Brtilnh Joke MaOhlneI 1QIAn American physician hoe a one year old This bouncinji infant hm tnh wonderful developed nuicclc that when his father holds n cane in his two hands it will grasp it and draw itself up to its oMn three times Devoted Darwinians could hardly wish for a better illustration of the prehensile powers of babies They must be very near their monkey ancestors ia America London Globe r rSoiiuMvlint Different Tire Grocer I understand you slid I sold you a jug of rider that had water in it niisinformed ciderinNewsS Pisos Cure is the best medicine we ever 1 andluuladFebftdimflthemythumbsoup ti eveTunc anti vet I go to bed hun Riy Iiosta n Transmit you Can Get Allenn FootEase FIIKK Write fodiv to Allen S Olmsted Leroy X Y for a iKEK sample of AHenrf Toot Ease a powder to shake into your shoes It cures chilblains sweating damp swollen aching fret It makes New or tight shoesyeasy A certain cure for Corns and Bun ions All druggists and shoe stores sell itJoc i Why is justice pictured as n woman i holding a parr of apothecarys scales I dont know hut it would he manifestly ab surd to represent hr as an itcmtn with aza iceman scales Philadelphia Times k Irlvntc JlMllliiK Cart Private Mailing Card with colored viewII of scenery on the Chicago Milwaukee S St Paul Railway sent on receipt of ten 10 cents in stamps Address iF A Miller General Passenger Agent Chicago III Dont talk to a busy man for the chancel f arc that lie wont know a thing you said when you are throlllhAtchUlolllilobc iS Trying to make this workaday world a lonfaday worM law kept many a mart from being able to retire on his income Puck Is it not true Women suffer feel the very life crushed out of them grow old before their time Each morning k wake up determined to do so much before the day ends and yet Before the morning is veryold the dreadful BACKACHE attacks them the bravo spirit sinks back in affright no matter how hard they struggle the clutch is upon them and they fall upon the couch crying Why should I suffer so 1 What can I do The answer is ready your cry has been heard and a woman is able to restore you to health and happiness Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble heed its warning in time Lydia E Piiikliams Vegetable Compound will stop your torture and restore your courage Your pains come from unnatural menstruation or some derangementaa of the womb Let those who are suffering read Mrs Mor tons letter and be guided by her experience t AN OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN delightedmthLydiaI thought I would write and thank you My system was entirely run down I suffered with terriblo back acho in tho small of my back Dud could hardly stand upright was more tired in tho morning than on retiring at night I had no appetite Since taking your Com pound I have gained fifteen pounds and am gaining every week My appetite has improved liavo no back ache and I look better than I ever looked before is I shall recommend it to all my friends as it cer tainly is a wonderful medicine MRS E F MORTON 820 York St Cincinnati 0aWhen a medicine has been successful in restoringto health moro than a million women you cannot well say without trying it I do not believe it will help me If you arc ill VcgetableCompoulUlspecial advice it is free to th fact that some stcptical 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Clinton and Mr RemleYd in Hickman L The Big Four Router rfa RailwayI System 4 4 CorpdsingA 2500 Milesyiup1rbRoadwa c ijv If 4 BiXtaad Equipped In tile Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction pa tII TIle PuCBg r Tram Service of the BID iKHJJt ROUTE provides 200 Passeiiflcr Trateafpcr dayVVeijiiktac fer tlieir operation V t lVTlaoTPasscnger Locomotives 4Passenger Cars ar1aCus r t 9 IJ i 2ltining and Cafe Cars IC aQtsltion b vkiYck Sixty Puihrtiet- Sire rsr arifBfCtimwHusi Service the BlG FOUR and its Tlirouf c IJi4e itf I 4rt WARREN J LN VPDEPPfi Art 4 ii3cc1T AMUSEMENTS Dr Talmage Lays Down Some Guiding Principles nor to Decide Whether Any neore atioa 1i+ Right or WroiiK Sport u 3Ieaii Ntit nil Kml Warn inn to Youiiff Men Copyright 1801 by Louis Klopsch X Yj a Thia discourse otjre Tajmage is in flecora with all innocent hilarities Vlifc it reprehends amusements that ibelittle or deprave text II Samuel ii 11 Let the young men now ariset and play before us There are two armies encamped by the pool of Gibcori The time hangs heavily on their hands One army pry ptae a gjJfirie of sword fencing Nothing could bo more helpful and innocent The other armyaccepts the challenge Twelve men against 12 men tlje sport opens But sonic thingwent adversely Perhaps one of Ihctfivortlsinen got an unlucky CHI or in some way had his ire aronscttlan1 tint which opened in sportfulness ended in violence eaci taking his contestant hy the hair and with the sword thrusting him in the side SQ that that which opqried in innocent fun ended in the massacre of nil the 24 sportan gal Was there eVer a hMer Sllustrafioiiof what was true then is true aoxv that wliich is innocent may by made destructive W atpa worldly nature is more important and strengthening and in nocent than amusement and yet what has counted more victims I have no sympathy with a lraitjaeket rejigion Tlus isa very Might world tomcaiid I propose to do all I can to make it bright for others I never poulil keep stop to a grad march A book years ago issued says that a Christian man has a right to some amnxenicnts For instance if he comcsfehomc at night weary from his workiand feeling the need or recreation prts on his slippers and goes into his garret and walks lively around tbefloor sew ral times there can be no harm in H 1 believe the church of God made a great mistake in trying to suppress the sportful ncss of youth and drive out from men their love of amusement If God ever implanted anything in us he im planted this desire Hut instead of providing for this demand of our na ture the church of God has for the main part ignored it As in a riot the mayor plants a battery at the end of the street and has it fired off so that everything is cut down that happens to stand in the range the good as weal as the bad so there are men in the church who plant the batteries of condemnation and fire away indis criminately Everything is con denied Jut rail the apostlo com mends those who use the world without abusing it and in the natural world God has done everything to please and amuse us In poetic figures we sometimes speak of natural objects as being in pain but it is a mere fanny Poets say the clouds weep hut they never yet shed a tsar and that the winds sigh but they never did have any trouble and that the storm howls but it never lost its temper The world is a rose and the univcrso a garland And I am glad to know that in all our cities there arc plenty of places where vie may findcelevated moral en tertainment lint all honest men and good women will agree with me in the statement that one of the worst things in these cities is corrupt amusement Multitudes have gone down under the blasting influence never to rise Ii we may judge of what is is going on in many places of amusement by the pictures on board fences and in many of the show windows there is not n much lower depth of profligacy to reach At Naples Italy they keep such pictures locked up from indiscriminate inspec tion Those pictures were exhumed from Pompeii and arc not fit for pub llo gaze If the effrontery of bad places of amusement in hanging out improper advertisements of what they arc doing night by night grows worse in the same proportion iniO years some of our modern cities will beat Pompeii- I project certain principles by which you may judge in regard to any amuse rnent or recreation finding out for yourself whether it is right or wrong- I remark in the first place that you can judge of the moral character of any anusemcnt by its healthful result orby its baleful reaction There are people who seem made up 6fJ hard facts They arc a combination of multiplication tables and statistics If you show them an exquisite picture they will begin to discuss the pigments involved in the coloring If you show them a beautiful rose they will submit it to a botanical analysis which U only the postmortem examination of a flower They have no rebound in their nature They never do anything more than smile There are no great tides of feeling surging up frdm the depths of their soul in billow after billow of reverberating laughter They seem as if nature had built them joboutarc people in the world who have bright faces and whose life is a song an anthem a paean of victory Even their troubles are like the vines that crawl up the side of a great tower on the top of which the sunlight sits and the soft airs of summer hold perpetual carnival They are the people you like f to have come to your house they nreII ipeople I like to have come to my house llfeiyou but touch the hem of their gar ments you are healed JTow itfci Jlie c cahilarantand sym pathetic aiid varnjhearted people that are most tempted to pernicious amusements In proportion as a ship Is swift it wanti a strong hljfmsmaf in proportion as a horse U jjayfif wantaf copleofexuberantto l at the reaction of all their amuse ments If an amusement sendsi you home at night nervous so that you cannot sleep ulJol1rise up in the morning not because you dutydragsI have been where you ought npttdlrsve been There are amusements hat send a man next day to his work with his eyes bloodshot awning stupid nauseated and they are wron kinds of amusement They are entertain meats that give a man disgustwiththc drudgeryof life with toolbcciiuse they are not swords with workiii aprons because they ire 2tprobes t with cattle because they arc not t infuriated bulls of the arena If any lpnginforg venture love thfiV takes poison and shoots itself moonlight adventures antI hairbreadth escapes you mav depend upon it that you areihe 1 acn pleasureOtrus up and if they pull us dotvn aslo our moral pr as to oiir j iyslcal strength you may come toilha can elusion that they are obnoxuju Stul further these amuscincjits ae nlntiresy spent in recreation iis not iWo +tiTi away It is all folly for us iq coine kthaourInaqy iJanimCshPthtransaction dreds of thousands of dollars nut how many properties have been rid died by costly amusements The first time I ever east + cityT it was the city of PhiladelpliiafI was a mere lad I stopped at a hotellland I remember in the eventide one of these men plied me with his inferna- art lie saw I was green He wants to show me the sights of the town Ire painted the path of sin until iit looked like tyncrald but I wasiafraid of him 1 shoved Lack from the ba- ssili5kI made up my mind he vas a basilisk 1 remember how he wheeled his chair round in front of mi and with a concentered and diabolical eft fort attempted to destroy my soul- but i there were good angels in the ai that night It was no good on my part but it was the aILcn GpWtbnijdelhcred young man There is a way tha1 q seemeth right unto n man but thc end thereof is death S The table has been robbed to pay the club The champagne has cheat ed the childrens wardrobe The ca rousing party has burned lip the boys primer The tablecloth of the corner saloon is in debt to the wLesy faded dress Excursions tha U day make a tour uroum a Wofi 1 mihusintssbets on horses have their counter parts in uneducated children bank 1 fuptcics that shock the money mar1 ket and appall the church iml thaUjil send druulcenucsa stflggeriiyj acrossljjI the richly figured carpet oflthemanj sion and dashing into the mirror anti r drowning out the carol of music wjthjL the whooping of bloated sons coin ei home to break their old motherst heartii I saw a beautiful home where the bell rang violently late at night Th r i son had been off in sinful In nlioIIk genres His comrades were bringing r him home They carried him to the1 door They rang the bell at one r oclock in the morning Father and mother came down They were wait ing for the wandering son and then the comrades as soon as the doofjI was opened threw the prodigal heats long into the doorway crying j1 There he is as drunk as a fool Ha ha When men go into amusements tf that they cannot afford they firs borrow what theycannot earn and then they they eanno borrow First they go into embarrass meat and then into 1 lying and thenjM into theft and when a man gets s far as that he does not stop short oJrj the penitentiary There is not a prisj on in the land vliere there are liop victims of unsanctifled amusements 01 Merchant is there a disarrangement in your accounts Is there aj leakage in your money drawer Did not the cash account come out rightl last night I will tell you There is a young man in your store wanderingo ft into bad amusements The salary you give hint may meet lawful expend jj iturcs but not the sinful indulgencefc in which he has entered and he takesV by theft that which you do not give1 him in lawful salary I I go further and say those are un Christian amusements which becomej the chief business of a mans life Life is an earnest thing Whether we arel born in a palace or hovel whether ware ei affluent or pinched we have tp work If you do not sweat with toil if you will sweat with disease You havii a soul that is to be transfigured amidr the pomp of a judgment day and after the sea has sung its last chant and1 the mountain shall have come down in an avalanche of rock you will Hv ri i and think and act high on a thronej where seraphs sirg or deep in a dun worJdjpljj i 1whereJ to do for i yourselrs and so much to do for others God pity that man who hasrI nothing to do I ii I go further and say that all those amusements are wrong which lead intoj bad comiany If you go to any place where you have to associate with tli intemperate with the unclean with the abandoned however well they may quitjjTheywill undermine your moral character They will drop you when you are destroyed They will not give one ejt t sto support your children when you tee dead They will weep not one tear at your burial I had a friend in the westa rare friend He was one of tht first to wel come me to my new home To fine per sonal appearance he added a generos its frankness anti ardor oi nature than made me love him like a brother nut I saw evil people gathering around him They came up from the saloons from the gambling hells They plied him with a thousand arts They scizti upon his social nature and he could not stand the charm They drove him on the rocks the a ship full winged shivering on the breakers I used to admonish him 1 would say Nov I wishi you would quit those bad habits hePwould rpIJHI would like to but I have gone so far I dont think there is anyway burls In his moment of re pentance he would go home and take his little girl of eight years and em brace her convulsively and cover her with adornments and strew around her pictures and toys and everything that could make her happy and then us through hounded by an evil pirit li would go out to the inflaming cup ar the house of shame like a fool to the correction of the stocks I was summoned to his deathbed I hastened I entered the room Ifoiiiil him to my surprise lying in fu1l every day dress on the top of the conch I put out my hand He graspid it ex citedly and said Sit down Mr Tai range right there 1 sat down He said Last night I saw my mothe- rwhohnsbeendendfnr90yoesand she sat just where you sit now It was no dream I was wide awake There was no delusion in the matter I saw her just as plainly as 1 see you Wife I wish you would take these strings off me There are strings spuivall around Ins body I wish you wxmltf tale them off me I saw it was delirium Oh replied the wife my dear there is nothing there there is nothing there youdsaid to me Henry I do wish you would do better I got out of bed put my arms around her an6 aid Moth er I want to do better Wont you help me to do better Wont you help nu 2Co mistake about it no delusion I saw herthe cap and apron and tfcp spectacles just as star used to look 20 wouldcannoyntake them away I knelt down and prayed conscious of the fact that ht- rdid not realize what I was saying I got up I said Goodby llioppyou will be bitter soon He said Good by oodhr That night his soul went up to the God who gave it Arrangements were made for the obsequies Some said Dont bring him in the church he is brinehimstandtbyto the church As I sat in the pulpit and saw his body coming up through the aisle I felt as if I could weep tears of blood I told the people that day This nian had his virtues and a good many of them He had his faults and a good many of them But if there is n man- n this audience who is without sin Hct him cast the first stone at this eof jpin lid On one side the pulpit sat that little child rosy sweet faced as beautiful as any child that sat at your table this morning 1 warrant you She theeOh her countenance haunts me toy uponother side of the pulpit were the men who had destroyed him There they sat hard visagcd sonic of them pale from exhausting disease some of them flushed until it seemedas if the fires lhffkjmen who had bound him hand and foot hadtpoured weepfsuchMtorjThcy sat and looked at the coffin like vultures gazing at the carcass of a lamb whose heart they had ripped out I cried in their cars as plainly as I could There are a God and a judg meat day Did they tremble Oh no no They went back from the house of God and that night though their victim lay in Oakwood cemetery I was told that they blaspheinvd and they drank and they gambled and there was not one less customer in all the houses of iniquity This destroyed man was a Samson in physical strength but Delilah sheared him and the Philistines of evil companionship dug his eyes out and threw him into the prison of evil habits lint in the hour of his death he rose up and took hold of the two pillared curses of God against drunkenness and uncleanli ness and threw himself forward until down upon him and his companions there came the thunders of an eternal catastrophe lgain any amusement that gives you a distaste for domestic life is bad How many bright domestic cir des have been broken up by sinful amusements The father went off ljithf mother went off the child wrens off There are today the fragments before me of blasted households Oh if you have wandered away I would like to charm you back by the sound of that one word home Do you not know that yon have but little more time to give to domestic wel thattyour children are soon to go out into the world and all the influence for good you are to have over them you must have now Death will break in on your conjugal relations and alas if you have to stand over the grave qf one who perished from your neglectl j IJrltlah Jekf Machine Trade agedthesuch wonderfully developed innscles that twohands toitscould hardly wish for a better illustration Theymastm America London Globe I Somewhat Different The Grocer I understand you said I sold itThemisinformedyoti ciderinPisos Cure is everusedandmugsmladFebexclaimedthemy thumb in no less than a dozen plates of soup this evening and yet I go to bed hungry Bostcn Transcript You Can Get Alleno FootEase FRKEi a Write fcodav to Allen S Olmsled Leroy X Y for a TEE sample of Allens Foot Ease a powder to shake into your shoes It euros chilblains sweating damp swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoes easy A certain cure for Corns and Bun ions All druggists and shoe stores sell it 25c Why is justice pictured as a woman holding a parr apothecarys scales I dont know but it would be manifestly ab surd to represent her as an iceman with aa icemans calett Philadelphia Times r Private Mallliic Card Private Mailing Card with colored view of scenery on the Chicago Milwaukee S St Paul Hallway sent on receipt of ten 10 cents in stamps Address P A Miller General Passenger Agent Chicago Dlt+ Dont talk to a busy man for the chancel are that he wont know a thing you raid when you are throughAtchison Globe +e+ Trying to make thin workaday world a loafadav world bas kept many a man from being able to retire on his income Tuck Is it not true Women suffer feel the very life crushed out of them grow old before their time Each morning wake up determined to do so much before the day ends and yet Before the morning is very old the dreadful BACKACHE attacks them the brave spirit sinks back in affright no matter how hard tjioy struggle the rt clutch is upon them and they fall upon the couch crying Why should Isuffer so l What can Idol The answer is ready your cry has been heard and a woman is able to restore you to health and happiness Backache is only a symptom of more fatal trouble heed its warning in time Lydia E PingIIams Vegetable Compound will stop your torture and restore your courage Your pains come from unnatural menstruation or some derangement of the womb Let those who are suffering read Mrs Mor tons letter and be guided by her experience AN OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN CIc MRS PLisUASI have been so delighted with LydiaE Pinlvlianrs cgctablq Compound I thought I would write and thank you My system was entirely run down I suffered with terrible back ache in the small of my back and could hardly stand upright was more tired in tho morning than on retiring at night I had no appetite Since taking your Com pound I have gained fifteen pounds and am gaining every week My appetite has improved have no back ache and I look better than I ever looked before- I shall recommend it to all my friends na it car tainly is a wonderful medicine MKS E F MORTON 820 York St Cincinnati 0eWhen a medicine haslieen successful in restoring to health moro than a million women you cannot well say without trying it I do not bclicvo it will help me If you are ill dont hesitate to get abottle ofLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once and write Mrs Pinkhaui Lynn Mass for special advice it is free to the fact that soae stcptical iron tine to time questioned the tetimoaiaetters I5OOOOwing publishing we have flank of Lynn Mass 5sowwho can show that the above pulUhcd before obtatninr the E PwiaiAa llBSiaNB Co I1 LONG ISLAND I The Ideal Summer Resort THE ONLY SECTION ON THE COAST RECEIVING FULL BENEFIT OF THE COOL SOUTH WINDS OF SUMMER d IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NEW YORK CITY TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CONNECTION WITH ALL PARTS OF THE ISLAND FAST AND FREQUENT EXPRESS TRAIN SERVICE t ROADBED CINDER BALLASTED AND OILED NEW YORKS ONLY SEACOAST 250 MILES ON OCEAN SOUND AND BAY V UNEXCELLED CONDITIONS FOR SAILING BATHING AND FISHING GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS s in all sections of the C Scisland information address LONG ISLAND RAILROAD CO HM SMITH H B FULLERTONrI Gtaeral Passenger Agent Special Agent Pass Dept I Offices Long IsUnd City N Y r l A- i t 1 I io r tib STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST Ry d o i J 6 KNIGHTS TEMPLARIII Joan G OlItlrff uf K1+ htivlieCltt IUM Crsuil ritnimPTin other tlllletMM Lexington Ky Max lTTwKnights uHoillThursday last ran j OrudrrtfHttSseIh m grand eon i Mender Henry Theodore lettVi UII j j very 0111110111 deputy grand coiniiuini tier Frank llollinsead i i Johnson LouisLi illtIIIIItnt tieorrthr j i I enlu n t I I I grand captain generalI Thomas le i I I g111It1HlUmts rimiamItichmond eminent grand junior war den Uobcrt Landrum j raincnt j ArbiiiJi IUflltI sallies gtUnditeortier AIfrr t jI Hughes IUryant Covington eminent grand standard bearer Wilihnn iM Johnson Lebanon eminent grinidI tSJouiHilltgrandtvardrt Joseph Modije Kuall Kist rtou fin i ulItI1Johll1 j i AN ISSUE RAISED A Olnitli lictfvrru u H rittliiiir Oltleer Mild faiil Krtit Gordon of t he 1 Kentucky Sjatt Inurtl Frankfort Ky May 1Slr1ishl between Lieut ShnukIeford a Tintedi States army oHlcer who opened a reerfilting station here a few days ago anti Capt Frpd Gordon of tiio Kentucky state guards has robed an issue which will Le referred to the war department at Washington Among the recruits enlisted by LIeuI Shack II ford wen 1rixates Payne and luckett of the local MaterguardI company and Capt Gordon refused1 to allow them to accompany the re cruiting officer claiming diet they could not be taken out of the state guard except by consent of the statei military authorities The to men are in consequence locked up in the armory and Lieut Shaekleford haa closed the reijruitjng station withI the announcement tha he will lathe t ma tier induding Capt Gordons conduct in arresting the irties be fore tile war tltpu unit at once no BLUE GRASS TURFMENII Tliey AxlII IvUllun iIIllreIto Uiiiit Sraport tiiiil In Co II laImuck to Thirty UnyM Lexington Ky May lTh pres ent war between I ttonia and Xew jorti Hill the injury which it may do to the sport has ranted a movement to be started by Blue Grass Irufmr- to petition the next IKentucky legis lature to pass a rricing bill to rest late the sport in Kentucky 1hebi is already bring prepared It will be fashioned after the Percy bill of Xt York anti will provide a state commis ion to control racing it will alto 20 days only to each track A state legislator whose name is withheld is working on the measure IrowHt to aside siIopknsvillrnual state convention of Kentucky tniter alb ts convened here Friday morning and will be in session onlISunday In the absence of President Myers1 John P 1rouse of this city was sleeted presiding officer Kev 1J Q A Shun of Illinois general UJiioullYIIf the church preached i everit Afraid of tltr Oeenii 1111ILouisville Ky playI 1SAII IBInInan a young man of Louisville inI tended to sail for Europe to spell l nvp years studying medicine lie par chased passage for 1172and we 1 1ithoard at New York with his Inoth1firej er when he was seized with frrroluis of the waters and ducked to land1 leaving his brother to make the voy age alone He lest his money Init i is convinscd that ilie sated his lift A Iyneliinic Irevented Oweusboro Kyt May OfJlOmosr Malin a on nrfUldc1lf was ar rested charged with having criminalh ly assaulted1 Frances Wilson S years old A physician1 who was canedder stated that the girl hail not bccu as saulted and this aniionneeinfurt PItttented a lynching The jail iis being guarded IIIiioN at UulkhuniItllopkinsville Kyv play 1Sluspc tar Mines spent the day at the West en Lunatic asylum Jle said it was personal visit to Dr Hay the ne arr Kuperintendcnt lie does tint kno tt when th lackey investigsstion will be taken up as Dr McCormick vlll have to bo consulted first and lie iis at OwcnshoroIKings Cuurlr Sold rut 27x2- Lesin prignto letter received here confirms the sale of Kings Courier by Kingston dun Sideline to Lord Kllsmere in Eng land for 27823 The Morse was bred by 1 K Pepper at llalJO tho p near Lexington who told him to Win Stivers in England Died Uilc KUUiusr Louisville Ky May 20 Frederick Miller a dairyman Avas fishing at Tlackisons Mills on the Jndiana side eorpsIe UeihU was due to heart failure Y ITHE KUKLUX OUTLAWS Uuiil rUlulIIttnd ullnaMay king 1 + 1 May 01I IIltIlllmldll pCtjFork this county yave up thet chase saying it was wholly ini osjible to fwd them owing to the dense foliage of the mountain timber The iieii will return to their homes IIhr unt1 noun man on Hooncs hark near the scene of the big battle with the otlit ers posse and two of tIlt outlaw gang above here created great ex lit I U Itll 1 hOlly was found near the home I1lIt lJi1I11 IJentley a farmer His body was resting on the irround be cllottj a small sout Iruudsanlin to which he was tied with a hickory hatIjly decomposed three butte holes were found in it anti as it was i the ItiiMiix outlaws stronghold fun I playI is inspectedI A NATIVE KENTUCKIAN Tommy ItrlittJii tin lock y Vlio Klllfil lliinir lit CiiiiiiniiitA- Vurf Kuril in Iler ti Lexington Ky May 2tttIomuIY rritton the jockeyI who Killed hint sell in Cincinnati Sundae was horn a t IScrea Ky years ago and ln gan to ride at the age of IIJ for las illiaius of Louisville IHe hud rid den for W II Iitiileniin W S 111 nits 1 K Iepper and lames Mur1 phy Among till noted horses whkh1 lie rode to victory were Iroctor Knott and Vo Tambieii While riding Miss Dixie for Col 1epper in Chiingo in ISl he nal thrown and his skull fractured lie will be buried hctc A SHOT VELL WITNESS p tuna Carroll lleulcii tutu In ensi lillliy null Throtvii tour IJtiul lulu n ltntherVilliainslmrjr iCy1trf 171nu atoll tame near losinj her life hi eaif e it iis allegedsite tostiifd a riiiist the Shot+ + rll boys for Killing Sottou Farris at Corbin last lanuary She in eompnny frith tao other woii iii forked a short distance out u town Wednesday uiRht w hrn the Carroll uoman was suddenly attacls ed by twp tn4i7ttvjio I knocked lie down brat her iutolifSUsmibtlity aiwl threw her Into a ravinee near by for dyad She recovered after some timo au1 managed to ret to a house Tito llIhortlht lllicers susCLrstair Convention of Kenturky Ililvor salists Sunday night rimed the fol1 lin IIjlUeckett of tllopkinsville secrrtary oftoltIi treasurer It F Johnson of White 1Ilabts The next meetingtwill be held at Crofton Gut llvekliiiiti Al l uiiitii a JmtKO Frankfort Ky May 17 Uov Leep ham Thursday appointed John M Las llg of truant county as circuit ju1s to till out the nnexpimt term of studs lobo W ireen derrttMrdof Oweu county The district contains Boone Grant Owen Carroll and Gallatiu counties A Kent ueky Oil ntiiiiiv Knoxville Tenn May 1hl Ken tacks Union Oil Co has been oririn lied with a capitol stuck of S200 GOO and has purchased 1000 acres ofoil lands at Sunny Ltrook Wayne comity Ky Capitalists of Xew Brit ninott ou the larger part of the stock a Vnnetr XuekolM Will Sue letnt to his parents here Vance Nuck indicated that he would sue the National Trotting Horse s because of his suspension on the charge of trotting Arch W in a class lower than his record StMrwU Thcui Out Middlesboro Ky May 1FIank Tihnan Woods John Morsee and yillI 1ranall charged with the of Frank Evans a miser and mUrtlerII 22 years of age have hero ell They barricaded themselves In n deserted cabin and were starved out KlumimiiH llrnthOPaducah Kj May Ulnrley Jeans a flagman on the 1 Illinois Crt Ial was run over and tilled while trying to board the caboose of his train at Illslcy lKy rockKami oltl May 20 Anthony Dev of New Yorksold the Elliot stud farm 440 acres seven miles north of this city to Nat hauirl Har Versailles basher for 41bOO IH AVunted in Milwaukee Owen boro Ky May 20V A Ward said to be a well Known crook with many otiose who iis wanted iin Milwaukee for fTaud larceny was caught at the Kudd house Sunday morning by OfHcers Dawson and Shej wood They Settled a Grudge London Ky Nay 30lnhn Whit more an attache of the latchin hotel hot and fatally wounded I1s d Perdee a marble cutter in the of fire of the hotel Settlement of a Dllold irrtidge WESTERN CANADAS DECEM EER WEATHER EQUAL TO THAT OF MAY IN MIN NESOTA To the KiIHor Thomas Kegan and C Collins of Kdin Valley Minnesota nrut out to Wchtern Canada lat 13tctnikicrasdtde I l i wintir in Minnesota and Manitoba Wt were snrprintd to find beautifMl I weather at this jjiiinquiteequhl I to what we have in May in Minnesota There was no nuts nor trace of winter to be sera and the climate was n all I splendid Jlorsis cattle and sheep vere running nut in prime condition with plenty of feed on the prairie and really better than that of ours stabled in the south We arc impressed uith this country as one of the finest inivec farming countries we have ever tern The Jmnien e tracts of fertile lands will jheltered and abundantlyttal Lard leave nothing to he desired Leaving Allurta we returned east and visited the Yorkton district ir A siniboia We drove out about ten miles at this point anti were highly pleased with the splendid samples of yieldnj ins 23 bushels oats fO bushels Routs were alSo hood specimens From what vr have seen we have decided to throw in our lot with the Yorktoners satisfied that this part of tin tutor try will furnish rood opportunities for anyone anxious to make the best of n rtally hand country Any agent of the Canadian Government whose advertisement appears elsewhere in the columns of your paper a il give you full particulars of the new dis trie s being opened out this year in Asshuboia and Saskatchewan Yours truly 0n IJKADEP j r i STAYS IN JAIL FOR SPITE ieiuKj Iviittlii Court IM AxU4 0 to Kx pet u MiililMirn Olil lnn frtiu- iIrlxon James Cannon Piss years old infirm end grayheaded declares that you rant make a man Irate n jail if he doesnt want to He has tarn in the county jailat Scranton 1a since 1H5M and now says he hurl t leave ite question that is concerning the j6cato lea + r a jail reports a local exchange The ukl man wits sent there seen years ago fur refusing to sign a deed iii ioving of his own property He def I i n was iaMd giving county oilieers the right to sign deedn of transfer old Scnuiton breathed fret again Hut Gannon wont budge out of jail Ice got used to jail Iinul I like it said he I guess 1 wont leave Ill spite them alit Then habeas corpus proceedings were started Cannon refused to sign the petition Now Scranton to come forwardantssnntrhudy get a man out of jjail against his wishes Soiilli Dnlotn Fit rill justunlllttlLota MHtkin hcrctuUn unprayultil with rail way fa tries hut wiiich iis now renclicd oy liilxaulheeStenutemplatinir H inIwa copy nuv ho had l wampto4gcntCiticngu MAIlKirr 11EPOKT Cincinnati May IS CATTLE Common 2 75 rl 4 3r Extra butchers 4 JOre j v- C111BSlctrI T UUrif 7 25- HOUS Selectshippers ir i 95 Mixed packers 5 SO ii1 5 90 SHEEP Extra 4 00 tt 4 15 LAM US Spring 4 10 i C JO- FLOUK Spring pat 3 SO ul 4 10 i0y1C01Nof 40OATS3PiHVEntimothy rtl H 75 TOm Tamily u13 00 JAJDStt1m ti 7 93 IJfJTKU Ch dairy fa 13 Choice creamery n20i uyjAJPLESPOTATOKS Per bets 1 65 o 1 75 OBACCONew 7 93 ffl4 00 Old S 40 f5 9 50 Chlcnco FLOUR AVin potent 3 SO 310 11H111Nn 2 red i3yii i- 4VISo j No t red 70- COKX i No U 41 fr 48 2 1- 0JYEo IORhless 2 14 75 ii2ILAUD Steam S 10 C r S 21 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 C5 C 4 00 WH KAT No J red II S2 s COlo J mixed reio-or S o 2 mixed j a3li YPOHJFllllihI JAIWStean 7r S 40 nnltlmore WHEAT Xo 2 red 75u 7Sli Southern 70 a 79i- COKX Xo 2 mixed t5ttit 43r yCATTLK31OCS Western G 25 Vw C 30 IonlnrllleF- LOUIk Winj patent 4 5ttL 4 75- W HAlo 2 red eotii5COJLN Mixed itISOATS Mixed I 31 POUK Mess eo eoc14 00 50nItKliaiiapolls vCO44VOAT5Xo2 1 tlllag rleVeryythou theAanhlactnrer ti l e Ioft t i1Lt0 t i like ahners lotion remutkoLly JtI theelseDerby eonucltilut il Johnson of PIt1to1 lutiun antwillinghLe11lnlI wnllrful10tiont7s all any remedy canlw If oar Jrlll Sqloni Il aimer j11 doesnt haw it send to forklLotionsoap IrSchlEIIily1IlIildl i nest room Areore= I hintrobingj a e0Time title and widn saer wait fitno 1II1IIllaiteijo Daily svv S 0Hoxfleo Croup Cure The life Mtcr of children No opium 0eta It 5is a good dratrartrr to li vome a hero their to stay oursfuck 0Ifrt snvect i t cliew ePrusiierity Juili nobody who ties itpruprrl lluI k tl o I Tied Up oo C 0Ya nodtirdup 0oCOSoreness C 0nctifroessi Co 0a0a0 iai e 0ao is Inpt auusass 0 s Doooo0 Ho No s J I I For antsaand Children 102 i I i SearsInUseTheForSignature YearsOfThe Kind You Hare Bwghl Ta CU TAU co un YY IIURAY CTCYOn t1TY WLDOUCLASS3I 350 SHOES ISSSi iL8Wont ldLnltltotcII UInInlo1 namean4prlrcetauyeduaI colsepalW L JJUrULAM Urucktuu Musi u I4INCHESTERWV Tells all cbcut Winchester Rifles Shotguns and Send name and addrers en postal Dont delay if you are interested REPEATING ARMS CO iSo WINCHESTER AYEXCE NLW I1AVEJ CONN J SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS anti Cl ai rcitpt of saa Iwill cwt a i ttrtuMiiuli vlierrJT you wil I hers T dsaid for a tow minutes of vm tnr no oanva inir I have noihuie t e I cislt ou lsoiiiv sot4tre I uav- li S KRUG3- 1CO Plan street St Louis Mo Willi rc I sell iur lnry Mature nrrlcnt iary yiGOO per Keckuuu rcpt ti ycar iiniiract weilI + pay Ajn n lahfcl UKKA Met to Jin ti t fc Uuis UL 1r rw l1l Ma ch D Nd wind ea feat tlla other It a loot el that come NN what start dalr ael be well Take with to as flooraatee to 1st- a bestteathrrriusfctioe It Is Ibe planned the tart 1 nadt a now n tLiui te 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured IT run tilen WvMC n tDda taoI nod of plenty lilu J rUtd civlnA of frnmer wan wealthy iu pnw rer oras 1Can4pdtt Aidtanl who teal ro iiiI OIJ IIDlI1 bltteta trrrttMt I lI tItlP 5nutoftioo Canada M V Ho t ittr BoumlIit w rA N I KB vit iviciTt G TO AL plrurtttrltut oufl ttr3dtrrttr11- 111lt in Itlin Ir trS rls teMeirF Year ue aI WICKLlCSSBLUEE I Oil StoveFuss Muss Always AramoHifloa WINCHESTER l If dexter not keep them write to tile nearest a ofr STANDARDiOIL COi lEDUCATE YOUR BOWELS Dont neglect the slightest sign of irregularity but see that you have at one natural easy movement a and liquid physic are dangerous because they strain and weaken the bowels what is a but laxative that and strengthens the bowels and stimulates Such a laxative is CASCARETS and movementsyou try them you will find that it is the easiest thing In the world to make and keep your bowels dean and regular strong and healthy Sample box lOc Months treatment 5Oc By keeping the bowels dean serious disorders are PREVENTED BYj r 8 LNER TONIC c JOe 25c50c NEVER ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD IN BULK t aU bowel tlroabltt apeadleltl ItD- 10UIC bad breath the eoaeh blated bowel plaplesPaIreptartypeeple all dheateo together 1 far the daroDle dlaleats and ean alkrlry a1tl1tYgrd ratterstile you liking tASlS1f31S te rrysa WIll ever het wen all the tlatetuW-ya pat earbowels right war oddest reel CASCAUETS trader sorest assesIf rtTttaded brain flirIbave upTOurhotues prwphlets ilHfrleintfs have txtome wbeai rterCoed atlases tItnmirtat Otiaw MclNVH 1866 EITIESS your does ngencr least day Pills salts you want mild sure tonic tones their all blood tarter abselate FIerear z of C ofAsaid Now It aaslwa text athsa salt ataUar toed d S la the world Thu t ait latepr srs- ebest 1eaUa ala1 We Mnt IaIUa sadCsacgreat E1a s1lately gsaasteN t ears Or sue rehsded QeQSlW068escntft a Ir Ia ttrial sro retaratheaaacdYesbzsad the e ptp lscsa by tatls the nw- la y rpatebaed it sad getyur taMe- yMzer ck1tedaTakeBcIY1ftaeuerwltA renseday Sea1U will klLlrf ilwt dya wUlletbs tIaW lttreaid tw 1 Y 1 t F 1L Iit 9 t 1 i tb = tlr itiu tJiyl STATET ITEMS OF INTEREST n 1Srfid dJ I dI6Fi tt KNIGHTSkTEMPLAR f t II John G Ormlerrr of UiiHN1Ivile Elected Iut Cruml ConiiiiitiinVr Tliw Other OIUc r filtJJ uUOiug j i commander John Urubbs OrnderJT if Knssellville right eminent grand eon ijI mander Henry Theodore Icffcrcon j j very eminent deputy grand eomman j j j di Frank HoUinscad lulinsoii louis I i iI ueorgeAlexauderrtlI grand captain genesisI Tlioiuis I g1lIl11HnlOlI des Jtohert Laiulruni toIllaytuld esn j I ij I A1lJlltJll1IotI sailles grand recorder Alfred Hughes Bryant Covington eminent grand standard bearer William K Johnson Lebanon eminent grand sword bearer Robert Sears Moses Louisville o I lint grand widen loseph Ilodge Ewalt Kisel1Oirue guardJohnrSLexington S AN ISSUE RAISED IA ClHMli livtivrru u KftTitttiiiir Ollleer and Copt 1 red Cordon of the Kentucky State Zuiril Frankfort Kyv slay lA clash between Lieut Shaekleford a tnited States army officer who opened a rer Laystr theff Kentucky state guards leas raised an I issue which will be referred to the- Ir department at Washington t Among the recruits enlisted by Lieut Slmckleford wen Privates Payne md Luckett of the local state guard I company and apt Gordon refused l to allow them to accompany the re cruiting officer claiming that they could not be taken out of the stnte guard except by lon cnt of the state military authorities The two men are in consequence locked up in the armory and LIUj Fhacidcfonl IraN closed the recruiting Station with the ainiotmcJenHnk Iha4 lie will lay the matter Ineltitling Cnpt Gordons conduct in arresting tin parties be fore the war depat intent at once BLUE GRASS TURFMEN Tliry AVIII Petition tin LfKUlatii to liiinit Newport ami luionlu TrutO to thirty Unr Lexington Ky May 17The pres tint war between latonia old New port and the UJiry which it may do to the sport has entiled a movement lo be started by Blue Grass trnfmen to petition the next Kentucky legis lature to pass it racing lull to regu late the sport in Kentucky The bill Is already being prepared It will be fashioned after the Percy Hill of New York and will provide a state commis sion to control racing Jt will allow 20 lays only to each track A state legislator whose name is withheld iis 4 working on the measure Proivae to Preside Hopkinsville Ky May lSTIfnn nual state convention of Kentucky ITiiiverealfcts convened here Friday morning and will be in session over f Sunday In the absence of President MyersI lohn P Pro + vse of this city s was elected presiding oHicer Rev D Q1 Sbinn of Illinois general missionary of the church preached the missionary sermon Friday evenw =mg Afraid of the Ocean Trip Louisville Ky May 181I Uren nun a yourg man of Louisville in tended to sail for Europe to spend two years studying medicine JJe pur t phased passage for liV2 and went aboard at New York with his brother when he was seized with terror of tilt waters and lucked to lane leaving his brother to make the voy age alone lie lest his money but- Ii convinced that he fcaved his life t A lyaclilnif trelentrd t Oweusboro Ky May 20 Thomas Malin a onenrmed dwarf was ar rested charged with having criminal ly assaulted Frances WilEon S years old A physician Avhp was culledl j asj t n1tcd and this announcement pre tenteda lynching The jail is being guardedI IIIneN at IIupkltiMVill- fllopliinsville Ky May ISlnspc t tor JUnes spent the Jay at the Vesti err ltinatic asylum lIe said it was u i newIi I Kitpcrintsndcnt He tines not know when th ackey invcstigntion will t be taken up as Dr McCornwskI vUI t have to bw consult lirsti and be j is at Owensboro KltiKM Courier Sold for 2r sa Lexington Ky May WA private letter received hero confirms the sale of Kings Courier by Kingston lain Stvletine to Lord Kilfcmere in Eng land for 527823 The Horse way bred by J li Pepper at Meadowthorp near Lexington who sold him to Vin Stivers in England Died IVinie KinUlujr Louisville Ky Mny 20 Frederick liUern dairyman Avas Jishltig at- ISIdckisons Mills on the Indiana side when he rolled from his log a corpses was due zo Leart failure l 1 1ueuttll 0 t THE KUELUX OUTLAWSJ Hunt fur Tlieiu Olen Ui tty llletectlr rFttluoxsu shot It oily Found Mnykiug Ky May 20 JftTW Wright and his men who hUH IKJCII making a determined effort to cap cure tIll knklux outlaws of IJooneTt Fork this county gave up the chase saving it was wholly impossible to find them owing to the deuxe folinge of the mountain timber Tin tae WlJ1lSIof an un I 1Itfl1Ihang WIt tInt great ex cltemeiit the body was found near the Minn of Wiiliant Bentley a farner Ills body was resting on the ground be low a small sourwood snpilinf to which he was tied with n hickory withe Although the body was bail Ily decomposed three bullet holes were found in it and as it was in the kuKlux outlaws stronghold foulI play is tunned tI A NATIVE KENTUCKIAN Ioniiiiy llrllton the IiiiUiv Vho- Killfd IliirMir In riiift mutt AJIH Horn in llorfii Lexington Kyf May 20 Tommy Pritton the jockey who killed him self in Cincinnati Sunday wns born at Ierea KyS years ago and be gnu to ride at this age of 12 for lus Williams of Louisville He had ridden for W 1L tndeman W S IJarnes 1 E Pepper and James Mur iphy Among the noted horses vhieh lie rode to victory were IProctor Knot and Yo Tambien While riding Miss Dixie for foL Pejiper in Chicago in 1SP1 he was thrown anti lib skullI Tract tired He will be buried here A SHOTWELL WITNESS Anna Carroll loit eii Into ItiMn lilllly and Tliroivii Kur Deuil Into u Kuvlne 1tiliamt lmrr 1r star 17l1uC- troll n Itllll near losing her lift be lumse it is alleged she testified1 against rime Shotwell boys for killinir Sutton Fjtrri at Corbin last lanuury She in rumpnny with two other won iii walked a short distance out of town Wednesday night when the Carroll woinnn wta suddenly attack ed by typ nioi AtJio Vliiipclviul itr down ben her intitit isibtlity and threw her Into a raviftde near by forI dead She recovered after some tiniuI and manaired to yet to a Louse The 1iitversnHxtH lllicfr 11npkiusviUf Ky May L0Thstate convention of Kentnrky tniver salLsiK tindiji t night elected time following oflieerj President Rev II C Ieekett of OlopkhisviUe secretary Miss Fairleitjrh IJowlinjr of Croft on treasurer U F Johnson of White Plains The next meeting will be heldI at Crofton Ruv Itfckliaiu niiulltts u Judge 1Glelk1llamsing of Boone county us circuit judtre to fill out the unexpired term of Judge John W Green deceased of Owenl county The district contains Boone Grunt Owen Carroll and Gallatiu counties A Kentucky Oil Company Knoxville Tenn slay lSfhe Ken tacky tUnion Oil Co has been orsfui fixed with a capital stock of 200 000 and hay purchased 3000 acres of oil lands at Sunny lirook Wayne county Ky Capitalists of New llrit sin Ct own the larger iia tof th stock1 Vance Sukb AVIII Sue Lexington Ky May WIn a let ter to his parents here Vance Nuek ols indicated that he would sue the National Trotting Horse Association because of leis suspension on the charge of trotting1 Arch W in a class lower than his record Starved Thciu Out Middlesboro Ky May 17Fran k Tiltnan Woodsy John Morsec and W1II1I Bryan all charged with the murder of Frank Evans a miser and all un der 22 years of age have been arrested They barricaded themselves In a1 deserted cabin and were starved out I UKIUUIIM Death Taducah Kj May 201 Hurley Jen sins a Uagman on the Illinois Cen tral was run over and killed whilell- trying to board the caboose of his train at lllsley Ky IStclel Kami Solil May 20 Anthony Dey of New Yorksold the Elliott stock farm 410 acres seven miles north of ihtH city to Nathaniel Har ris Versailles banker for 41SOO IN AVtinfcil In 3IllviiuUee Oxvensboro Ky May 0WAW- ard said to be a well known crool 5 with many aliases who iis wauled in ililwaukee for fitand larceny was caught at the Itudd house Sunday morning by Officers Dawson and Sherwood Thry Settled a Cruilte London Ky Jlay 2010hl1 Whit more run attache of the Catching hotel shot and fatally wounded EdIi Perdce a marble cutter in the of flee of the hotel Settlement of a- l10JtI ffridge WESTERN CANADAS DECEM BER WEATHER EQUAL TO THAT OF MAY IN MIN NESOTA- To the Editor Thoinna Kegnu and C Collins of Eden Valley Minnesota went out to Western Canada last Ueceinberji jl le 1 winter in Minnesota and Manitoba we were surprised to tint beautiful warm weather at this point quiieequUl to what we have in May in Minnesota There was no snow nor trace of winter to be seen nail the climate was reallj slicenlwere running out in prince condition with plenty of feed on the prairie and stabledrin the south We are impressed uith this country as one of the finest mixed farming countries we have ever seen Time immense tracts of fertile lauds well sheltered and abundantly wa etered leave nothing to be desired Leaving Alberta we returned east and visited the Yorkton district it As iniboia We drove out about ten miles at this point and were highly pleased with the splendid samples of grain we were able to seewheatyield 1lag 25 bushels oats GO bushels Roots were aUo good specimens From what we have seen we have decided to throw in our lot with the Yorktoners satisfied that this part of the coun try will furnish good opportunities for anyone anxious to make the best of a really good country Any anent of the Canadian Government whose advertisement appears elsewhere in the columns of your paper will give you full particulars of the new dis tricts being opened out this year in Assiniboia and Saskatchewan Yours t rely OLD READER if SPITEtlcllulnuln Court In nkcil to 1 yet u MuMuirii Old Unit from 1rlsuuIJames Cannon OS years old infirm cud grayheaded declares that you cant snake a man leave a jail if he doesnt want to He lm been in the county jail at Scranton 1a since 1SW and now says he wont leave The question that Iis concerning the cut horn its is Can a free man be forced to leave a jail reports a local exchange The old man was sent there seven years ago for refusing to sign a deed disposing of his own property He was accused of contempt Jle de claret he would never sign A bill was passed giving county officers the right tp siign deeds of transfer and Scranton breathed free again lint Gannon wont budge out of jail Ive got used to jail life and T like it said he I guess 1 wont leave 111 spite them nil Then habeas corpus proceedings were started Gannon refused to sin the petition Now Scranton wants somebody to coon forward with a scheme to get a titan out of jail against his wishes rv South Dakota InrniM jUItIlmmtrybotwc11a section heretofore unprcniticd with rail ivay fa shnt which is now reached ay a new line of the Chicago Milwaukee t St1i1111 ltv 1Kveryone contemplating u cimn e of location will he ititeriMtcil in ate infurniation contained in it and a copy nay be had by Genera a twocent stamp entChlcak MAUKET UEIOHT Cincinnati May IS CATTLE Common 2 75 n 4 35 nCALVESExtrt 23 7 25- J10GS Selectshippers a 5 03 00tSHEKl Kxtra 400 ti 4 1- 5LAMiISSpring 4 SO ft G 00- TLOUJt Spring pat 3 SO a 4 10 WJlEATXo red V 70 COHV Xo 2 mixedc 4fi OATS Xo 2 mixed fr 31 BYE it Ol HAYCh timothy C14 75- POHK Family i 15 00 7iAPDStraut fu 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iiIntro 1 rrSoUhimtaliigil 1 eTim-e tide and soda wter wait for no uIIChitagQDaily Ke+ s elfuiaiea Croup Cure Theliiel wirer of children No opium 50cts It1 a good drat easier to become a hero than to stay onefuck1- e11srneH to kitio is Blame Oum to ClieM1Pwspetity t roils nobody who uses it prolrrlyluck C TredUpU i Y When the musclct feel drawn and lItd UP and te lltsh tender that 0A0aSoreness 0 and p 0 Stiffnessa A 0 00 from ecJd or ever exercise Ito l Us bet a abort time after 0a o- o 0 iai 0isapplied Tlecureop is prompt ami sure nG- GA 01 oCJotloriotyoCc + oouOcOcOOOo 0 1 s Ko Fuss No Muss 001 For ants nnd CLildrenIn BearsUseForSignatureOf IThe Kind You Have Always Boaghl THE CaJoTAU co oINY TT MURRAY aycnaWYO CITY prierIt not bfIL that of the foot and she eonrtrnrtlon of the shoe It still and Lno that have W I Duuxlat ikott tot th fur men 1nUc nonbetltnte liiflstunhartDii W IU Douirlu shoes with name and price on bottom Tour Crater should krrp tbrm he does not send fur catalog giving ftut lastrui ions how to order by oJcl IV L UOrOI Urucklun Muss Tells Rifles Send name and address enl postal now delay if you are interested ARMS CO iSo WINCHESTER AVENUE NLW HAVEN CONN SEND US YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS and ui c ii receipt of same I will ellI vu a- tnptaGutt wherpjf you will be ibrra r l uld for a few minutes of yiif time iocanra vinir as I have nomine t e L I cotti jouabsoiutMy uobiLn Write i oar ti S KRUQ 3100 PIne Street Kt Louis Mo With tic t sell our Mixture urtlcht ulary S I3OO per weakxuU t jtitc e year uiitract weiVU pay Aiurvi will tiUii cysts Kt 1n fO JKpt A tat S lxii I1L I j t lii e gee ttti nampbltn i the sign but see you have least one day Pills salts the That you want mild but tonic tones the their you try you the in the and and 50c the are JOe 25c SOc ALL IN all bowel allP bll louliueea bad breath bad blood CURE on the bloated bowel foal month ladlee tlen pimple pale after eatiee liver aad tllzzlae When your bowel rep larly you are ck Con UpatloH kill score people than all other disease together It IItarter for the chronic allmeat and long year of that come No matter what alta you atart taklae for yea win never get well Bad be well all tile pat yoarbowels riCk Take oar advice tart with today alder as aabolate care orfs0ae7 resded 1o- ar iJi f LDOUCLAS3 S350 SHOES XIworlborlVLlonaaslandxlLu cquullcdTSalone the leather nut inakn a Hut nustboe It Is tbe brain hare planned tbe txwl lyle iwtia pfritef model It in rlmnlral leilge nude m world tamped if N IiJJIGIfESTERCIfif all about Winchester Shotguns and AHRltlei Dont WINCHESTER REPEATING Poultry ftr- Maltre to 3 or 4 Years an Is Assayed I upruurhoweau nod of plenty 1 Hits gated umphlets JIYIC eiHJrleurea Of farmer wealthyIn etcandtHUII 0n appllcatoa to tba lriier Icned who wlllm tl yoiintim eu free of nMt K PKLiIKY ni u of ImroivinL tuDOtiaw Canada II V MelNSK No t Mtr rill Kluek UtroiUilicb v T11OUMKS Honor M IllsI Four ItiOf ludianaiiolli lad A N KE 1866 XVIIKX 1VKITIA4S Tn t VKICTIKKKH p131 statrltutt otiu I lit Adlrr1lsr iiifin ill lids iiiiivr IStarts theMealrF YOJU use a J LT5SBLUEICKt w E Oil SloveIf your dealer does not the nearest agency of J OIL COto EDUCATE YOUR BOWELS Dont neglect slightest of irregularity that at natural easy movement a and liquid physic are dangerous because they strain and weaken bowels is a sure laxative that and strengthens bowels and stimulates movements Such a laxative is CASCARETS and when them will find that it is easiest thing to make keep your bowels dean regular strong and healthy Sample box JOe Months treatment By keeping bowels dean all serious disorders PRE 7ENTED 8Y- L11lER TONIC NEVER nxvccIsrsSOLD BULK tumbles eatilcUI wind stomach troubleallew eoapleXioa tloalaove nfferine afterwards CASCARETS IIe1tBU- Iyea CASCABIITS araa- teelo Independence ida ketp- 1hemn1teI STANDARD world F Rrtia s GUARANTEEDTOCUKEIsold ofT Kow It Is bozer aat r tkaaayr- lrUaa aedldae fa the world Tldcl wbwlae KillsellCAOCAZET teuaoatal ll I teeisearn aCI Go ba1tedaF two ecbezesgivetbeaa strefaireotsattaaedafteradajoet hogreturnIke Dallllecl6e- eHS aad the ety boz to ss by rail or the dram- swhryoa MUtprellaHcI It sad get year roaeyback IW Take rTIa UerwbliC aile 70aaCare Ndayy you anttartedtkeaeoCA 8eek y- A4dlea li1EJLL YEaTliy co YOIll Sc CSfC c r w J 5 THE HIOKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN HICKMAN KY FRIDAY MAY 24 1901 Ballroutl Time rttbE1 N 0 St L It K LEAVES AL11ri t t i fs1 m TrAin O3 st 1 i5 l 1111Train o So t 1 e Train NoI Nt 2M P 1 ILJ Gall on EE Reeves Go i i and get you a Roller l3earing HUJ gy and lot your horse rest or x t a Rubber Tired Buggy and f1 j yourself You can get a buggy us lor 1250 that in guaraulcott an- a Top Buggy for 40 harness u j 750T0 are also headquarters i everything iti Plows Hoes PI flrjj Gear Wagon Harness MuCormurlc i I Machinery Rakes lloveri Biinlrrs jI flintier Ttviuo and Citar S ut Threshers and in fact the largestt j 1 stock of tlio kind iu Western Ivy t Wo sell goods olla smaller marginI t than anybody at lliekman IICy t tl NEVER SAW A XKKiM j Mr F Ma Ballingcr Kcoknk ii who spent several days hre o r na ii I connected with the sale of the Hillm in jj property about COOJJ aura of land iu i 4 4retnrnedI tucky Mr Ballinger had never SLOII negro and he spent lat Sllunlly1I ii j I ramon first Saturday in May whet al tl j the colored people in the county lit irk j to town with his eyes as big as saucers Hopkins ville Now Era iI 74 j IT is with a good dealof pleasure 1n1I satisfaction tnat I recommend Cliuu beriains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoa Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtclle of Hartford Conn j i A lady customer seeing the remedy ttosaved my life the past summer while a j the shore and she became so enthusi astic over its merits that 1 at once made up my mind to recommend it in the fu I ture Recently a gentleman came into i painSthatj jI him a dose of tho remedy which help j cd him I repeated the dose and m lit smilinlyinforminever Sold by Cowgill 8 Cowgill druggists Hickman A LCZZLE Take any number that you chooso And then multiply by two To this amount then add twenty And then divide by two I tr When you have completed this And are sure its right why then Subtract from this your first number And your answer will be ten THE DOUGHNUT COIN The new 3 tent piece soon to be is alreadybeenreason of the tact the piece is to have a hole in the center This innovation in the coinage of a part of Uncle Sams money was deemed necessary from the fact that the coin is the exact size and presentGcentf PRESIDENTIAL LOVE AFFAIRS One married abroa1 One married a divorced woman Five presidents married widows 19ThreomarriedFour schoolJohnsonmarriedISMrsWJuteHonseyoungerthan prpsIdential WDOLWANTEOI foWOOLr THE NEtAll the volunteer soldiers now in the service of the United States will be mustered out by the last of June Those broughthomecarry them Regulars arc taking their places but there will be a gradual re Philippiues1heOnlytwoquince are still in rebellion and their daysButa gieCsoldiers police and scouting work such r ouWesternCongress gave the President authority to increase the army to 100000 men But the pacification of the Filipinos r makes this unnecessary The aggregate strength of the army is to bo 74 504 enlisted men the total of oflicers and men making 77287 which is one soldier for each thousand inhabitants c s tt r f l IWY fot I IA1 V II Ho rorgi I t I 1 l i l t II IonI l hipladl t f 11 Iivsppcl uinuhr oools forI hott vc il1hllWCut 1 P 3 11Wash Goods 1 PinMle yarlwid shirting P r Mle th KKs kin 1 at 7 12 I Batiste IV II iv a larrfe line tine ijjalitv liintii In stripes anti I liiliire all dorsa at S 10 and 15 p 11 Diesi Ii ftripH dits1 liares i tfIrVl d iv t rjIII lrUI a ID allIIl Cordstl e A IfII fr liwii sill 111 i ril II I I r o fly r JIDomeslcst I wtrtltIiKv l j 0i 11IhI bliMhvl dnnJ dressing at5v Undertl= I 2Ltli1alin UI1r- trII 1 t 1 1 7V Llle M Jilitl JAH ffJ 11 j IM I 2 IM I L hi s O iuVi I Kii irv a- r S r L a likutt v 5 ChilerensJ Muslin Drawyerstrt HivrtJ a lin of IJut rs for Children 1 j and UJL s s s a I Tilt ORS DEAL- t ii i i coniconservatively figured between 500000 and Philipsti i modestly concedes that there may UU- ll 40000 to divide The deal involves j immense cash corn transactions not yeti I 1 profits will be WHAT A PITY The merchant that advertises has iu I all ales been regarded as enterprising The merchant that imagines that he is too well known to need the benefit the o gained by patronizing the columns of his local paper is rapidly going into decay The sear and yellow leaf will ere long elicit the sad refrain What a pity HOW TO CATCH FISH Everybody who goes fishing wants to catch em We do not vouch for the following as a sure way but an old fish erman says it wont fail Secure a glass jarllU ordinary half gallon fruit jar will answer the purpose and fill it with water putting in the jar about a dozen nice minnows Then fasten a piece of parchment over tile mouth of the jar sticking a number of holes in it and go to the spot where you desire to fish and drop the jar into I the water The jar should have attacked 1 to it a string and float so that it i may be located The game fish will1 fairly swarm around the minnows and if let alone a day or two will become very hungry and the minute you irop your hook in the water with a minnow on 1t they will make a rush for it HORNBEAK TOPICS HORXBKAK TENS May 2101 Mrs Terry Martin and title daugh ter of Paducah are visiting Mr andl Mrs Walker this week Miss Stella Charter attended divine services at Antioch Sunday Misses Elia Jrimmet and Elizabeth Ilornbeak attended the closing exercises of the school at Glass Friday night Hoot Gaultney of Ty ler Mo visited his mother last week Visa Mattie Howell is visiting HI Bethel Miss Elizabeth Hovnbeak and lice Marie Barnett and Ralph Hornbeak I went to Union City TuesdayII Watson preached at the Baptist Wwiucsday night Miss Lelia oleo trlof Union City is visiting Mrs P Hornheak Suite a large crowd tiniov cd u fishing trip on Reelfoot Lake lust week I MADAM GKUSDY a y l Wash Skirts C I J1 lJIt t re Itvuli It nice 1WIa 1ti j i 2lmQ atear snIJL iaIit i ah IIiofYt + bwtit i it ndtI v 41 r1I1tiu frou i le ll v7 iliiIJi fj j ParaSOIS I fule Slk Ptrnlit Ir t huUifnl htall t hII inV I 1 dll iir u1t1t frau 1 fi 1 HHoo SIipDers I 11t1lttKid1 S gtt tie i tpRrtintuvul Ci Cors J ls Iwo tr v n ltutplol h111erflf 1fi1llt l J JlJI r iI Iill a Il1 Bl t 31 I jJ d1 Si nauC ttltJorOJIt 11I fF rtJrKia G1on T ftI j1 1 tI qI i ilitv kt I iloe4 hitt throl fur ttlel X V Lilje ofII i 1 1ii i iI 1e j i l i eJi 1 l eJJ1 IIBALTZER DODDS Isss I = I tollI Mtss tluretife Newman who Lh I 1ItIIa great snffurer from nuiscalar r tisin says ChainltHrlsiin s Pam B i hItin only remedy that affords Iwr n Ib f Miss Newman iis a much reoillj roij dent of the village of Grav N V earlo makes this statement for flu Ixmfit of others similarly ntllictcui This liij meat Is for sale by Covill A Cowgjj i druggists lliekman I ADMINISTRATORS SALE On Saturday June jt as Executor of the will of Dr N J Davis 1 will on lii farm on State Road about 4 milf Eos of Hickman Ky expose to lJt1jsalr all the personal property of slid Ir X J Davis consisting of cattle sod mare and colt corn horarlioM anti kitchen furniture carpets null l II of carpenters tools Sate will begin ahout 9 a in and will be for cash or Hula with approved security bearing intt ret fron day of sale BTDAVIS Executor =GROWING INTO POPULARITY1 The free delivery of tetrad mail is fast growing in uppularity and it fis tstimat thtjlfurtlwrsthtjl to the homes ot practically all tlift resi dents of the rural communitii thus giving thom the same privileges lo the eujoeelfyelrthoreI 1wi1902 While the service iis yet iulfoi ex perimcntal stage the experiment has been of such a satisfactory character that there is really ate doubt hutTwliat the system will be made permaneat UP HLOWINC YOUR OWN llOlfy It iis a curious fact that the iifw sfla I the best advertisingper minium in the world needs itself to be advertised IItholthatll J about tho paper and thiv donbUijjjS ttu n I counts for much of theyollow jnu 11ismof the day It is said nf the puj liFherI I of one of the deepest tinted of ti New York papers that he desired to tWIHah I nlrpntrancejI intrevative joiirnnlism lay through tli sor I heIICtJlt journal IIs doubt liss mor r etfetitianthe pleasant practice+ of iniblislil in our columns the complimentary Z11Ur our neighbors say about us ji Ii This reaches only tho mailers dfltjinf I IJunywai I fJ- II 4i r J Ty f r local and Personal o Thlet1Eyt s tralerlvtlieShimRoys 1talllJilil defiant the JTc trtu tSMiii at the l 1IffcrotinIs in Wt l HiI km i i SHiurdar iastI oreIr j tyhi lild- histJ arriveda new line of Dr ii j K Jail and illllt them IIt ID Sint nun I A niu i jt1i IIii Misti ipuii I I liVer f li tuI I l itIIhlntIt LIHI L Iveheedl ii tiltriiliekav1 rts IVisidentIt I on the yir tin utter at AMIJERUS- A i u t Mtuiiany has been or a nixediI j thatvil mire JthIJ tiudIITU rIpvVj AjJiTMi is ell uliilrr elfuoLIkJ WM4n naturil1 ii l laiii i thurougIih nwiir grail i I huildiui i KrIt1Iintl l i lullulumakinsI I j ifU SALE AT ON K v UglierJ Mill property fur sale I III iilv1 at i nv M1 Ii W R BIRVKTT I SaturllaL Cow killtuII agree nu thaSl i tir trial Hex t Sptem lhHr Tlnv jury Iud ix rrllIlnetioll timid six in ii qiiittal In ther of t vsLthreednu I jilgnt tit of 1611 1 fur the plantit IIII Ilielnri j i nuns up lining done i 4jnetduclcoat i i 4 ti piint oi liers in I luring whitewaslnd 1 ala uulhell decideintpfutrlrlcnt 1 i I atptt i III- jahll i 1rK K 1 IlKiYlY t CO ore it- the j t ir nyutrtt ri mi tlir main buKint i ruts with the largest endl host as i nent of New Sty Utif i s to lm ill the city of Iliikiiiiin Now boys soul a Sunday wulier at the ehurih a trey susIIigo Surely some of you cui tell illllanwcllfl the al i of taxa no William 1 never touched aid the indigo mr William with a iifimi of tears in his youthful eves I 4thHI I ifiiuethiii ti Ii nth IItill EXlltrWlIcej Austin veteran doctors treatment but was wholly Pr Kings Life worked wonders always n r 1 iJIi i Wearablelite- r think vc butt exantly the material for you Cor lainly thor has nnver been more lioiiiitifiil MliovvinI Summer Vash jonrls thou we now hove mind the elver wo miMi have luoe11l throi1 Xhi our lint since Oiir l arrival Idedarl that thostyh beauty is only excelled Ily fill reinnrkI I lownos of price = h 6oodis I 11 IliSt l lacestiimportations correct fat ries iu new wash goods Satin Stripe Mull iu all th latest antic1rcolors per yd1 wtC Mereerixed Linen ffor Shirt 11aistt beingI linen I filla iish that auinot be excelledt 82 iiIIlhes ly1dPP 40 Lace Stripe Iminlirays notIA slnrvn tarly in the season i ho nl1fMonlyDC djlIIl1qlU Merceried this k fabricI is an exceptional I goodJJIj material for summer wear melts as if it the snnII shine woven in it I 1iulitiesI 1of new lawns and I Up iI o- flODC m t G Special Low Rates TO the Nag 29th and 30th 1901 Your wish to visit Arkansas Louisiana Texas IIndian Territory or Oklahoma at a small cost can now be realized All roads will make low rates to Memphis for the Con federate Veterans Reunion May 27th to 30th The limit on the tickets 19th will enable you to extend your visit into the Southwest kansas Louisiana Texas Indian Territory and Oklahoma on May 29th and 30threturn limit three weeks Such an opportunity is not likely to occur again in Writr once for tree capirt our binJtomrly Illuitritr book Iltnnn 11wUU1kantaodTYrou Texat with a Camera tiny rhea you want andre will tell you what our ticket will coat and will rend you a complete tcbciiulo fur the trip W PEELER P A Memphis Tenn L W laBEAUME P and T A St Louis Mo I i It i you and test not Cory return my will you This most offer and I await w 11 civil war I Ind writes My was sick long time in spite of good cured by Now Pills which for her health hey do lty them Only c Cowgill S drug store uu A u if who lHt able and Lace and bllfI end had iI June years at of to EO C D G TO THE PUBLIC I am engaged in this line ofbusiness at Union City lent and carry at all times leu large and well assorted stock of Good and Puro Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit ORDER WR WEBSTER narks to indicate controls When receive it it if it ii eatisfae it at exnenseaudl refund SiJOO is a liberal yourorders W U Winchester a ofI a 2 Qowgills design e f a TRIAL WEUSTEK Iooo FEET CEILING aloco feet second hand Ceiling for GEO TIIRELKELD Subscribe for L The COURIER I I 9 Trimming ana Elits lionlI of Oriental Yoking Oriental lace OriMital A ppliqllp anti colorseearl kinds Best assorted line jj jof Belts ever shown in lIick man and at priers way down G sois 1 ihargaills our 1 bargain counter u A nberg Southwest speciallowrate Fouri1W1tsLeyfur PoplnrGrovc R6CoF HeuerSUCtCh 9FurhotS 1 I INSURE IN THE 1 UUTVALI 11 BIIIITI 1 1 iIIiI1is1 is INSLJILANCE CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY I I adI s aref 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS I IBe inniu whichI 3earWray or in policspecified and gradually diminishing Age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any title alter two years premiums have been paid J t1 NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travel or occupa tion after two years INCONTESTABLE Aftei two years BENEFICIARY INSURER 4 After failed premium 5 continuedforperiod providedtwo c- All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends com alldesiring CONVINCESPECIMENPOLiCIES information R T TYLER AGT l Saved Ills Leg P Gasutfered h frightfulrunning x A llacklcns Arnica ItinWoundsPilesworldCurebyCowgill St Cowgill y Y v l r u t I THE HICKMAN COURIER I GEORGE WARREN 1 HICKMAN KY u1FRIDAY J MAY 24 1901 Bailroiul Timel Titbit N 0 R St L R R LEAVES AUUlVfifrV Train o3at 955 1111 I Twin No 62 i n 01 n Train No3 at 2O5 p m Tri Su 4 1 J0 rw Call on EE1 Reeves Go and get you a Roller Bearing I5uj gy stud let your horse test or gt a Rubber Tired Buggy and rest yourself You can get a buy o us tor 3250 that is guarantees and a Top Buggy for 411 gurneys trJr I 7 OTO are also headquarters i everything iu Plows Hoes IJl rurII Gear Wagon Harness lIcCIJ1Uli Machinery Rakes Mowers iJimters I Binder Twiuo and Liar JS ovr Threshers and in fact the largest stock of tho kind iu Wotteru Ky We sell goods on a Sill 111 111 margin j than anybody at Hickman Ky i NEVER SAW A NEUKt t Mr F M IJallinger Keoknk iiII who spent several days here u IItHli j Ij connected with tho sale or rue lliUinan jij property about COOUJ acres of land iu i Trigg Lyon aud Marshal couutifM has j returned home Until ho cuinu tt Ken l tucky Mr Bnlliuger had ewer seen a I j negro and he spent last Stturdtytile I famous first Saturday m May when all o the colored people in the county Iloik to townwith his eyes as big as saucers Hopkiusville New Era IT is with a good doalof pleasure an I i satisfaction tint I recommend Cham i brains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoa jjRemedof Hartford Coon A lady customer seeing the remedy j I exposed for sale on my show case said ij to me I really believo that motlfCIl1Atj tsaved my life the past summer I Il the shore and she became so enthusi astic over its merits that mat once madeI up my mind to recommend it in the fn ture Recently gentleman cause into j t tthatjj litcllit N ill1druggists A PUZZLE Take any number that you choose And then multiply by two i- To tills amount then add twenty And then divide by two When you have completed this And are sure its right why then Subtract from this your first number And your answer will be ten THE DOUGHNUT COIN The new 3 tent piece soon to be is alreadybeenreason of the tact the piece is to have a hole in the cent r This innovation in the coinage ota part of Uncle Sams money was deemed necessary from the fact that the coin is the exact size and b presentiicent PRESIDENTIAUOVE AFFAIRS One married abroad One married a divorced woman Five presidents married wIdowsIIi Cleveland was the oldest Three presidents were twice marriedf daughtersThree married18MrsWhiteI10JlSe j youngerthanDolly Madison was the youngest pres Ideutial wife 1 A 4 WOOL WANTED forWOOLit THE NEW ARMY All the volunteer soldiers now in the service of the United States will be mustered out by the last of June Those broughthomecarry them Regulars are taking their places but there will be a gradual re PhilippinesThetwo bands of insurgents of any cone quence aro still in rebellion and their daysButa r giverourWesternCongress gave the President authors mewButmakes this unnecessary The agree gate strength of tho army is to be 74 r 504 enlisted men the total of officers and men making 77237 whicn is one soldier for each thousand inhabitants c tr c H 4 I JJ y otJ i llPJl it costs g I If 0 mon C s G s I J J O J Como to our store mid lotl t18 KHVO you fi 11t on i vory article iin our 1 lint you buy Wq lr 1 t rohid to do so and ulflOr1tsatisfaction Ill lIVto ivspoct sliininor poods for hut wN1Jhr1a fH h 1 Wash hoods I Percale yarl wiry shirting Pc rale th lKKj kill at 7 12 il Batiste I W sltor a large line lualitv 11liit J In strip r HillII liuunM atacAars at Sf 10 11111II 1lr t esfIj i Iil trip v5 doM figares i t Ihrh it III 4Hlrtll1tat 10 u1l11Ir Manillai Cords 9A nrre IIfr lawn with i ritai III IID4 1 BOAM D a13 t worth I V foe ouiv 8 73s 0 inch i bJIubivl liiiistic n j dressing Iat5a I IlUuslin Under = III year Lili Malio U rlrsctrts V l t I ii LIIUM Miiliu Ltiilt i C iiijfio f Nt 0 ht i af 2if5 l r L I ling knit v q tt 5v Chilerens Muslin Drawyers Jut reeaweia line of Z Mildin Drawers for Childreu Pri i 10 15 and 21o i TilE HORN DEAL Chicago May 19 Profits for all concerned in trio big May corn deal are figured between 5500000 and 8700000 George H Philipsi modestly concedes that there may be 450000 to divide The deal involves immense cash corn transactions not yet closed Phillips himself cannot tell within S50000 or S100000 what the final profits will be WHAT A PITY The merchant that advertises has in all ages been regarded as enterprising The merchant that imagines that ho is too well known to need the benefit toe gained by patronizing the columns of his local paper is rapidly going into decay The sear and yellow leaf will ere long elicit the sad refrain What a pity HOW TO CATCH FISH Everybody who goes fishing wants to catch em We do not vouch for tho following as a sure way but an old fisherman says it wont fail Secure a glass jaran ordinary half gallon fruit jar will answer the purpose and fill it with water putting in the jar about a dozen nice minnows Then fasten a piece of parchment over the mouth of the jar sticking a number of holes in it and go to the spot where you desire to fish and drop the jar into l the water The jar should have attacked I II to it a string and float so that it may be located The game fish will fairly swarm around the minnows and if let alone a day or two will become very hungry and the minute you drop your hook in the water with a minnow on it they will make a rush for it HORNBEAK TOPICS HORSBEAK TENS fay 2101 Mrs Terry Martin and little daugh t J Charter attended divine services at Antioch Sunday Misses Eia Grim let and Elizabeth Hornbeak attended tho closing exercises of the school at Glass Friday night Robt Gaultney of Ty ler Mo visited his mother last week I Miss Mattie Howell is visiting in Bethel Miss Elizabeth Horubeak and little I Marie Barnett and Ralph I went to Union City Watson preached at the Baptist WN1ucsdny night Miss Ti lii Mont tritof Union City is visiting Jfrs P Ho rnbeak Quite a llarge crowd enjoyed a fishing trip on Reelfoot Lake list week r MADAM GRONDY if or B 1 1 t JuU rujeivHl a ni- cewttifrr mfeSiH f su atm It J t ar 0HfSftIrI 1ais11ff e tv1 y a UIUJlay I ofIh wai + t in wit eolorel d u Iirttwfront i 5JI a ParasolS b riu l silk VA C IIU i i1 anirtlall th MV 1ilifunM t ruii14 frji I15 to6C SlIppers iz iLilli titran fhl1w896thIrttitllUI li Lt 2tfjOIi t 1t j compleitejeof Sat1A1ll11 S1 f1 r triU i hItiin Uill But 111 U J hn Itt C 4 flbQiJ 1 It I 1 1 i WI Kia t C Indqnslity ki l SAIIMhl t aed color fur liJe NN Lin ofjo I i I J JI I I1jli j i i i i B uii am flal Ta K lrel I BALTZER DODDSJf N N Nii li4 e conservatively unellMrs HornbeakI ltIW Ii GOfSBS GlovesI Miss Florence Newman who ha betri a great sufferer from inuswalar riun3i tism stays ChamlKfrlains pitin Balm i ithe only remedy that affords her relicj Miss Newman is a tnnch rtspeeted rest dont of the village of Grays N Y and makes tins stnteuwnt fur tile brndltl1to- t11crB similarly nlllieh1 9imoot Ls for sale by Ctnv ill r Gowgil I druggists Hickman 11 I ADMINISTRATORS SALE i On Saturday June lt as Executor of the will of Dr N J Davis I will on ht farm on State Road about 4 miles East of IItekmun Kcxpo to public sate all the personal property of said lr X J Davis consisting of cattle hojp mare and colt corn house boM nod kitchen furniture carpets and hx of carpenters tools Sale will begin about 9 a m and will bo for cash or note with approved security bearing interest Iron day of sale B TDAVISExecutor cGROWING INTO POPULARITY The free delivery of rural mail is fast growing in Dppularity and it is estuiiat ed that within a few ytars none of the farmers will be compelled to go to tho postofiices for their mail at all By means of rural free delivery system lisei to the homey ot practically all tlie rte- dents of the rural communities thus giving them tho same privileges in the way of mail facilities as thoso enjoyed slittheyeirtlierelestabli5hcdIy the end oJthe next ffiscal year July 1 1902 While tho service is yet mitsjc perimental stage the experiment Has been of such a satisfactory character that there is really jo doubt butwtiat the system will be made permunautf if BLOWING YOUll OX HUul ip- It is a curious fact thattho L sria per the best advertising medium in the world needs itself to be advertised OftheIt is pretty generally recognizlft tiiat the best way is to get people to talksg IfIlnnofeewYorkonhrmtcmjse tvative journalism lay through tlirSfpJif JioIantithel our columns the cOUlplullentaltHinf I our neighbors say about us t tThis roouhos only the paper who care very litheanyway iI1y i t r Local and Personal Th theRodShaw 3fosItVlStItiklllaulI ofIWllimNJust arrived a new lino of Droas UunnI1 I A JII u i rsiaii IIh aiwhwipoi rlr l11 tntednlofI4St bl6l1iPresidentticknr theTIriverric the Btr Min Counter a- AUBERUS A II oiin rainy hts beets organized at Cohunbas Kv to taro for oil iu that vi nay Thvwillnure probably find I gii furvrlcrwta well consider ReolfootLukeWti n natural gi tiasni tlturouglthi grad i lUildinI n grout I i lungtariutnkin FdH HALE AT ONCJM 0 Liter Mill i roiertv for snIp clnip Apply at CJItiM I j W S LR Cir n Court adjourned RTTI hist Par jury in the case of the vs Vu Watson charted with comII 1In IVas ftilod to agree and tho I for trial next September The jury sMdl six for conviction and six tor a quittai In the ViIajlthplarI np l iIover t tin city in many parts of city inuiy houses n much neodod theII or paint others are being whitewashed outhuatis apptaranet i tahltInuII W E E IFIJi CO are in I their ItIA qnarNTs on the main business slnNt with vhe largest and best assort fuuulillNoN boy said a Sunday school teacher at the chnreh a few Sundays ago Surely some of you can tell me who ranted oil the fatS of Gaza Speak up William I never touchedem said the indignant William with a susIph ion of tears in his youthful eyes I dont sec why folks always think 1II thinks tarsi ciuriid off that Ive xoiucrhiug tn elf with it Kings Pills always Try Cowgill GowfriUs 1 WARM WEATHER i WearablesAVo think vc exactly the material for Cer tainly has never a beautiful showing of woorIdeelulc that the style beauty only excelled by the remark IIahle Uss price New Wash Goods isan exceptional opportunity to get the importations correct fab in new goods Sat thetlatest lesions and colors per p1IDC Mercerized Linen for Shirt 1Vaist being and I Mercerized it a finI ish that cannot be excelled H2 inches wide40eper Stripe Cliambrays is another new fabric vn early in the season can he found now with us olllantique wOC rcenxeil hisi fabric exceptional good I material for Sumner wear lndIas if it the shine woven in it lineII ofnow lawns and OC lip AI1j Special Low Rates TO Southwest Nag 29th and 30th 1901 Your wish to visit Arkansas Louisiana Texas Indian Territory or Oklahoma at a small cost can now be realized All roads will make low rates to Memphis for the Con federate Veterans Reunion May to 30th The limit on the June 19th will enable you to visit into the Southwest you may do so cheaply the Belt will sell special lowrate stopovers allowed from Memphis to Ar kansas Louisiana Texas Territory and Oklahoma on May 29th and 30threturn limit three weeks Such an opportunity is not likely to occur again in years Write at once for free copies of our nd omtly lllmtntrd hook in the fouthvnt and Through Tua Camera Sty wbenyou want toco and we win tell you what your lickil will cost and will jou complete ichrdult for the trip W C PEELER D P A Memphis Tenn I E W laBEAUME G P and T A St teals Mo contents Whoa you receive and test W Old Soldiers Experience M M Austin rival war veteran of ii mud writes My wife i r cured by Dr Now Life which wonders for her health They diem Only 25C at drug store i i have you there been more f r is of This latest and rics wash t I I I linen too rives I i jI Ijttee i not j sho but j I t i is an f looks had I Pig I from i Of the 27th tickets extend your That Cotton tickets Indian h IlotnM with a icnd a j TO THE PUBLIC lam engaged in this I linei of business at Union Tenn and carry at all times large and wellI assorted stock of Good and Puro Whiskey as well as all other goods in that line and respectfully solicit TRIAL ORDER W R WEBSTER FourtI Wlrsteyformarks to indicate lt it if it Li not satisrnI ot StOOrhisI H WEBSTER I a Winchester i goodiworked do L City a a 000 FEET CEILING 6000 feet second hand Ceiling for I PoplarISubscribe for The COURIER I Trimming ana ilells r rJi ust received new line iof Oriental Yoking Oriental Lace Oriental Applique and Band Trimming in all colors and kinds Best assorted line of Belts ever shown in Rick man and at prices way flownI NGQor QorSe1S s JdverSiretoft rFur red hot- Iaraants set our bargain counter INSURE IN THE UlffllAl BMITI IJIIH t INSUltANC CO1 NEWARK NEW JERSEY j Established in 184 The special advantages of a policy in the mutual Benefit y are I 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may be used to reduce premiums or in policya specified and gradually diminishing age 2 CASH LOANS Available at any time alter two years premiums have been paid A t NO RESTRICTIONS occupation 4 INCONTESTABLE Aftei two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EFIOIARY INsuRED After having failed to pay the premium the insurance will be continued for the full amount foi as long ape providedtwoAll this taken in connection with the strength of tho Company its low rate of expense and its large dividends commend 4 a policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and you will be CON SPEOIMENPOLiCIES tion will be furnished by R T TYLER AGT Saved Ills JegjP A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightful thatllucldcns ItinWoundsPilesworldCurebyCowgill i f v a n- o d 1Ntt11ifl0i1919iPPt19191ii19Piffiit PP99iiP4PP1119tiYP9fiP11t 44tI E BIG NEW STOCK Of I Mi1inery 4 E Received ToDay p Elegant Trimmed Hats 4 i E Now 250 and 3 WORTH5AHD6A- N p ENTIRELY NEW LINE OF 1 Childrens Headwear 41 41 PcF W S ELLISON p IIL p NIUNlUUIIIIIIIIlUIlldldlllllk W U4dlddddlddllkllllUdl umuu r 4 1q tALLKI DSfOf 1 i ij11 3krI j lees We tin1 for CivsMil riluiul iajuv tiir Mis t unl1 1 Rjiinblcrs Tln si jir tth 1 111ii Is niMlo rtIt 1i t jlcA io 1ti Art 1 A Mcr4 f AI SIGHT RECOVERED BY PRAYER Aruesbnry Miss May 20 AI I uia 1roeiicher the 10 yearold daughter of a FreucliCantulian family residing ou Pond street was stricken with a peculiar disease some time ago which I I caused her to become totally blind Thet mother of the girl was on hr dying bed at the time but despite the fact that her own end was near she continoII I wally prayed that her daughters sight might be restored At tho mothers death a friend in the house led the i daughter to tho deathbed and taking the dead womans hands rubbed them over the girls eyed The girl gave a cry of delight She could discern a faint glimmer of light The girl con tinued to improve and in a few dugs she becamectindthegotten5 cto St Josephs church 4iid prays for her- m other The tacts as stated above ur vo uched for by several reliable persons = IIMPORTED ANARCHY In return for Americas surplus products some European countries are send ing us their surplusage of criminals and paupers This is alleged to be true concerning Southern Europe and par ticularly Italy Such reciprocity is not the kind America is seeking We have quite enough of such social element toy the Unites States that is native and to the manor born Bat the worst criminal element as seen in Europe is not midi geneous in this country Anarchy is i entitled to tho infamous distinction ofII being the capsheaf of crime and fortu I nately it is exotic here Europe is not blamable for desiring to bo rid of its anarchists but wo object to having them dumped on the United Stated Southern Europe has long followed the practice of getting rid of paupers and criminals by surreptious banish meut to this country This system has I c been followed on the assumption that it I is cheaper to export such persons than i it is to feed and imprison theta Lau a fresh impetus nuts recently been given I it appears to this class of export trade 1 from Italy An example is shown inIt the case of certain brigands whoso ex ploits had made them n terror m thei t native Italian province Merchants up on whom the gang had preyed made ul 1I a liberal purse as reported with which- the l br igands were sent to America ar riving here with money enough in their poskete to enable them to laud unquestioned The Mengel factory buildings are going up with astonishing rapidity lhey will soon be ready for placing the machinery and with their 250 hors power engine will make things hum NordSpacialil Bristol Mercantile Fire us of1L Wednesday settled in full the loss oni barn and contents of Charley Noonon c 60000 1 F- nt i n i u n = loll hl for ills Lift j Mv Father and sister both died of I Consumption wrirH r T vutiti r j t wax Wyandotte Alioh and 1 war i saved from the simo frightful fate only1 by Dr Kings New lJiuIr An rt- ack of pnoumonia Ileft an obstinate I cough lUll very i vi re lung trouble which an r X olien doctor could nut help bnt a fev in nth ns of this won i erdful in diiNii ussclr nu as well M ever jj audlgaifioli IUUM in weight Inful- iblufur i Ooagiw C Idand aM Tliroit t and Lmg croalilc Tn it lIt ule free I J Gmmint Hl b tti 5t ami tlOOi II Cowgiil C xll a dru c tore- I i I I A WORTH BILL i I Wo notice that tho Mitiiusota Lens latutt is considering the passage of a potionenI aillicUsl i y any hou niiceft form of dis enso to marry tila sincerely hope the hill will pas It pn vids that no manI or woman who iis epileptic imbecile fwjblo nund d 01 alVectwl with chronic insanity shall hereafter intermarry within this state when tho xvomtin is under 15I years The adoption of such legislation can scarcely fail to aid to the fe ling of security of all pert ANNEX ARID AMERICA As Toe L K Aogeltw Times recently said ono of tii in st important results+ theSouthwest I I UlJJtllltjr I forded the Pi idllttuHlltiSfhstingoishI I ed prrty t ire for thomielvo the greatt 1 I possibiliti which exist to create houses t for millions ur Aiinricii citizens biro a judicious yteen of nitioaal irrigation ou a broad ant praccictl plan The t Iresiduutial 1 party has ridden the IIIIII caetuseful I At1hoeuixportunity to se what a wonderful transII I formation may bj worked within a wattcrr thirsty There they were driven imlo after i i greenfield kneet i j deep a cud through orchards j ot oranges apricot cold other fruits j ii some commercial of which are already shipped iin I mllrImL t the Colorado Desert ouo of the mos i thoUnitedlow sna level and all of it to tho casual1l observer hopeless from an agricultural1I standpoint Flora again at one end o f i l the desert an immcuse scheme of irri gallon is now under way and at the other end dozens of artesian wells areI lifogiingtluid r o 4 01 IIFIRE OFi SALE i j at 100 i i I fEn 111LO X c 1 Fancy Pat Flour I per bbl 300 r tii j t V l 4 Only slightlyi d nnagd ly water I I Ihii- rtsi P S EWSON ll rotrr ua rr rsmr I FRilM HICKMAN j WAS AS 01 FirKI WHO IS IIAR IEll WITH DKNKKTIOV- The following tilegvnn appeared in vi sterdays Cincinnit EniTiirer Miicfin Ou sneer 1 18 Sergeanti lE j Benjamin of the Uuitd States army who Ita herm in charge of time rfruit1 lira station at this pla e for nearly two 1ti Io is enarged with inisitpprupriating fum iKlongini f the Jovernm nf sent he- N ro f the pars meat of till Ixunl of some Of the recruits a few d tys assesand until iit iis s iid he forgerL two chocks on the U ied States Treasury The two forged checks amount to f11i hut his unpaid debts in this city amount to nearly al- I 1 000 Uimjamin was horn and reunjcl at Ilickman Ky and is 27 years of age lie star hon living glass ever sinew 1 canto here WHAT THE UHUHIKN COST Do yon suppose Im vnrth it a bright girl exclaimed as sill hindud mo a neatly bound accountt lurilt Krotn Juno 10 1S30 it said on lii aye r Opening to the lint page I found a litof expenses including such articles as rubber rings patent foorletc Tli t is a record of every cent I hIt has boon spoilt for yours truly sineI tho date of It I birthshe explained Mamma star I ed the books for both Fred and me and kept them till WI wore JIi then sliw mode us do it You see turning thel leaves she put down everything oVen to our baby photograph and its holt i a wlnlesale revelation for us to count up the totals nice in awhile It tells j the story of a boys and girls oxpens to compare TJiere was a tune slit+ j j it was about even and 1 remember ho j glad I was that Fred had to have lilled list I wouldnt part withteethII expense book for anything and I der inoro mothers dont start then f IIouiekeepingfoJ ciA young man who6lives not far away his best girl to the theater not long ago Tho curtain was late in rising and the young lady complained of feelingi faint Tiio young man smiled upon her took something out of his v pocket and whispered to her to keep slytiyl it over but it failed to diisolve She felt much better however When tho show was oyer she slipped the tablet in heri glove going desirous to examine ti tasteless indissoluble little substance that her setady had given her in U opera house When alone in her room she pulled off her glove and out fell a pants button lie is looking for a new home now r f tl 7r ri Local andi Personal II- cK G Uorsets at AMBEilGS s tJT d3ilrs J W Parcel are visiting in Rutnerford Tenn thiiweek Hour killedIllSSaturdaywllllogun Mrs C 1 verysitladtoimproving Mr hashnptlguest of Mr and Mrs T A Ledford this week forurtIndianolaMissemployed a drustore as preseriptionist urn Berry Stubbs is in Maytield called there by the danirerons illness of her mother Mrs Chas Owens pAliss Adello Allen is again at home I p andwill spend the sunnier vacation with relatives at Hickmnn ewburnlennAmllergaudothcr I p dateSteamp of the Peoples Bank as chief ownerp p Cowl Bicycle Hose for lOc at- AMIJRUCSS Near Davids Chapel Church to night a Strawberry Supper and Bran p Dance is announced and everybody in p vltedt12 K Il eyes Co will sell you thep best Goods for the money either Plows Machinery Gear Buggies or Harness p HickuiauKy Capt 11 A l t let entertains a hour party of Nashville young people at hi beautiful suburban home the first wee in JuneMOur line of I eull to the econoulc ahIII necessityforganized Democracy neither does another sane democrat T P Fishier Sheriff of Carlisle ty is charged with burns a defaulter the amount of 5000 and his bondsmen have given him up Judge Swiggart chewed Hardy Boas 10 e Levbails promptly gin HAVE YOU SEEN THE LATEST RustdalesthatChinesegage on Chinese territory and then fore close the mortgage terujprinciple that its a poor rule which Jlont work both ways l Missouri undertakers now call them gclves morticians but it will in some time before tho general public gets the now title deadstraight The new court house at Charleston has been completed and the officers now occupy it It is a great credit to the citizens of Mississippi county SHOESUYou can step lively and with case in these Brown Shoe Cos Shoes for sale by L D SIMMONS nighforBoard of Equalization in regard to their increased tax rate for Fulton Cdnnty The Brandywine strawberry tl 1largestt anon finest flavored burry ev brought to II ickm in market Gt some from N1 Comm before they are all irgone TUY tho row remedy for co tivencss Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lots lrerybor guaranteed Price iI5 cents For sale by Coxvgill S Cowgill1 druggists Ilickman lUKansas farmers in forming a trust show that they know a good tiling for themselves when they see it How ever hasnt tho talk of a farmers tru been heard before E2TThoro were more Piano Barre ing Machinery sold last year in Obion County than any other kind lull gave perfect tafisfactiou Call sold examine C K BAlER Age hatttd an uutavorable evening for their ice lllghtt1ed their expectations Tho vessel ou which Goo Millet andl Will Randle returned from Manila has arrived at San Francisco and thc worthy young soldiers may be exuoote In Hickinau very soon Sfh sparrows pick ut an immense JInJ Tennessee has passed a stringent dog law Evidently from reports about tho- r loss of sheep in some counties we needt such a law in Kentucky The contract for building the Hick man Baptist Church will be let Tune 1st or arrangements then wade for cow mencing immediate work TRIPcOn Regular Train to the Memphis Reunion 1leWii and return to Confederate Reuniou le28i on all regular trains This trui makes elute connection at Paduca Junction No special train authorized1 yesterdaythoui V ti- s I nHE lNT6KNriONALI JII suit just would well ber the future use try an SUIT you forget the ITnE INTERNflTlSNflL TfllLSRIHQ C1- Or l NEW YORK AND CHICAGO is known to hundreds of thousands as the 1 best tailors in America Every garment is- is 1 made s on their premises and absolutely 1 perfect in style fit andworkmanshipIr ON OUR LOCAL DEALER AND SEE OUR PATTERNS AND JET SURPRISED AT OUR H C AM BERG1 BESTcINk Go where they all go FRESH GOODS at TO Rogers cA GROCER = t WITTIXGS STAND Goods Delivered Fret FRESH trEATSClinton Street Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1861 TOM DILLON St Prop1 Succor 0 Barsace deeM Marble and Granite Monuments 1 OTJ IK EXIST s 1 STONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING Ac A Hiok D F S MOORE oATTORNEYAT LAW IIICKHAA KENTUCKY 1Office partner of Judge II F burley I At Oowgills I We have just received a large ship PaiutsCollierlStrictljPure brand Linseed Oil The best brands marketd Cowgill Cowgill f DRUGGISTS WHY WE CELEBRATE In his speech at New Orleans delivered in acknowledgment of his hospitable reception by the people of that city President McKinley testified emphatic I ofImost important events in American his i tory The President spoke in the his toric old Cabildo the seat of Govern I meat of the former Spanish and French rulers of the Louisiana Territory Re I ferrin yto the Louisiana Purchase he whichhsaid am glad to stand near by where I trongjest i l 41 aYnow but it be to remem name for Once you INTERNATIONAL will never name 1- I CALL PRICES CROCERIEB who want PRICEStoThrelkeldsT7P- TODATB OLD JS to B Q t PAINTSt I I l iDteiDatiooal Stool Foot 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED IT It is sold on a positive gnirantee It it does not do what is claimed for it your money will be refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horses system undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertise inent but for the next 90 days will glye the INTERNATIONAL STOCK BOOK illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 3a00000 to produce Book is 9 by6i4 Wi contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will save you hundreds of dollars aa a practical reference book This t book tells all about International Stock Food You get it with a package of food ifyon buy inside of SO days from me personally J MCCLURE 610 Troy Ave Hickman Ky Orders Left at Shifts Dipt Stars lU1r oeiv KMBpt attutidii S a J t 4- t lJi r 4i Y- w 1 4 F 4 coo AtmmmtiHOHfl mmmm1 mmmmnmi 41 41 = BIG NEW STOCK or IIIMillinery I I iReceived ToDay Elegant Trimmed Hats iI 3Ei T WORTH 5 IID Gpr ANI ENTIRELY NEW LINE8 OF t 4 1 Childrens Headwear pp i L P W S ELLISON pp 41 41 NIUIlU11U1NAU1llllUllldNllFald UldddlddldlUlllUlldU umuu Il tIJL t tII JI kJI4r Iq= t tt f fq Jt t to jIj fOf ft CRESCENT CRESCENT i- r 44ATWILSONS iittj1 1 l JIir 1 r 4bo l h 1 1 SIGHT RECOVERED BY PRAYER AIIAmesbnry Mass May 20 ma Proeucher the 15 yearolrt laughter i of a Freneh Canadian family residing on i Pond street was stricken with a peculiar j disease some time ago which caused her to become totally blind The mother of the girl wax on her dying bed at the time but despite the fact that her own end was near she contin ually prayed that her daughters sight 1 might be restored At the mothers death a friend in the house led the= daughter to tho deathbed and taking the dead womans hands rubbed them over the girls eye The girl gave a cry of delight She could discern a faint glimmer of light The girl con auued to improve and in a few days she could see as well as before she became J blind The girl is now employed at tho otton mills and every nightl she goes cto St Josephs church uud prays for he mother The facts as stated above ar- h vo ached for by several reliable persons IIMPORTED ANARCHY In return for Americas surplus pro ducts some European countries aro send ing us their surplusage of criminals and paupers This is alleged to be truo 4 concerning Southern Europe and particularly Italy Such reciprocity is not the kind America is seeking We liavo quite enough of such social clement in 3theUnitca States that is native and to the manor born But the worst criminal element as seen in Europe is not indi Jeneous in this country Anarchy i entitled to tho infamous distinction o being the capsheaf of crime and fortu nately it is exotic here Europe is not blamable for desiring to be rid of it anarchists but wo object to them dumped on the United Stated Southern Europe has long followe the practice of getting rid of paupers and criminals by surreptious banish ment tothis country This system h been followed on the assumption that h is cheaper to export such persons than it is to feed and imprison them But t a fresh impetus has recently been given tradsItaly i the case of certain brigands whose ex ploits had made them a terror in their native Italian province Merchants up on whom the gang had preyed made ut a liberal purse as reported with whlcl- the br igands were sent to Americai ar riving here with money enough iii thet pockets to enable them to land unques tioned The Mengel factory buildings are going up with astonishing rapidity They will soon be ready for placing tina machinery and with their 250 horsepower engine will make things hum Spacial Agent Coleuiau of the North Bristol Mercantile Fire Ins Co on Wednesday settled in full the lots on barn and contents of Charley Noonon 60000 igtjli y- tt t Fought for ills Life Mv Father and sister both died of Consumption write 1 T Weather wax of Wyandotto MichULIlIl 1WM oJlyitack of pneumonia loft an obstina cough and very severe lung trouble which an oxcellont doctor could not help but a few math utn of this won erdful medicine made me as well as csve I and I gaiuel uiuh in weight mud I ible for Coughs CIdand alt Throat and rang trouble Trial bottles fire l t SlUtlCowgill A WORTHY BILL LegisInturo Itrbill pornoeu a1Uictol by any recognized form of dis thebillimbecilofouhloinsanity shall heroaftor intermarry within this state when tho woman is under 45 youw The adoption of such legislation can I oCIANNEX ARID AMERICA recontlysud resultftitSouthwest afIforded the Prttsidoutaud his dtatingnisli 3ed see t granbi throda system national irrigation I a ou a brood and practical plan Tho1I j tinmI r i thoitI inatural nothing that isii I IfII If transnI I j may within u few t fLaf driven mile attar mile through green jIIjj lineitnrough orchards i j fruitsrI j some are already shipped iin commercial quantities to distant mar kets Later ou the party passed thro the Colorado Desert one of the moat arid tad forbidding sections of the United States u portion of which is bei low sea level and nil of it to the casual observer hopeless from an agricultural standpoint Hero again at one end of the desert an immense scheme of irrii gation is now under way and at the other cud dozens of artesian w lIarealready spouting up their life giSin S fluid i o I I lii I 0 11 I i I 17Ii 17 I f I I Fancy EItCLLLOXIt f j t 1 Fancy Straight Flour 7 t i J per bbl 250i l I Jkl slightly damaged by 111 rtt IolV W S ELLISON Jn III i FROM NICK MAN H WAS AS 01 FltKU WHO IS I1Ut l1ESEIIIOSW 5 The following tclegrrin appeared Inll yyesterday Cincinnati Enquir r ErQtl amIy lyr re fur nearly twp lati ed deserted Iljf IS reared with misappropriation fuuda hetiiCotf the recruits a few days ago and now is sudi he for flU two hecks on the Un itwl States Treasury Tile two forged unpdnh4sSI4 lid utiITickmU1ngoHel o cumo here WHAT THE CHI LDKGV COST Do yon suppose Im worth it ft 1 bright girl exclaimed its Hh hindeil moo neatly bound account InviU From June 10 18SO it said on tin cover Opening to the first page I found a Ilist of expenses including such articles rubber rings patent food etc 1hltl is a record of every cent thtt has he spent for yours truly since the date of Iher birth ho explained Mamma sea rt ed the books for both Fred mid me auded kept them till wo wore 10 then she turningtthe en to our baby photograph acid its been wholesale revelation for us to coup u the total once ma while It tel the story of a hoya and girls expenses wbrKU glad I wits that Fred had to have teeth tilled first I wouldnt part with my espouse book for anything and I w der more mothers dont start them ckeepil1gfor awaytookeago The curtain was late in rising and feelingIupon something out of his vest keeptheplaced it under her tongue aud rolled over but it failed to dissolve She much better however When tho sh0 was over she slipped the tablet in tier glove being desirous to examine substaiopera house When alone in her room she pulled off her glove and out fell button tie is newhomeY j r I Local and Personal K d G Gorsets attIBERGS Mr and Mrs J W Parcel are visitingfriends m Rutnerford Tenn this week Heur kil1edhisdaughterwhile cleaning his gun Mrs C L Hagan who verysICkdays we are gladto learn is improving Mr D B Bryant 1nCbeenMrsL T A Mercerized Lineu latest mateial forShirt Waists AMBERGS IndianolaMissemployed ill n drugstore as presoriptiouist Mrs called hermotbMiss Addle Allen is again at home and will spend the summer vacation with relatives at Hickmau NewburnTennAmberg and other Hickman friendst dateSteamof the Peoples Bank as chief owner Good Bicycle Hose for lOc at- AaI13ERCs Near Davids Chapel Church to BranDance initedthobest110W5lllchinerykGear Capt H A Tyler entertains a house hisbeautifulweekinOur line of White Goods is an appeal1 to the economical AMBEROS necessityforgamed Democracy neither does any other sane democrat T P Fisher Sheriff of Carlisle ty is charged with being a defaulter the amount of 3000 and his boudsmen 1havo given him up Judge Swiggart allowed Hardy Boas givebailgivenISEEN THE LATEST RosedatesMaybe the Powers will secure that Chinese indemnity debt with a mortgage on Chinese territory and then fore close the mortgage That farmers trust to control Western wheat markets is evidently based on the whichIMissouri nndertaltcrPlloV call thenselYCymorticiaus but it will bo some time before the general public gets the new title dead straight The new court house at Charleston has been completed and tho officers now occupy it It is a great credit to the citizens of Mississippi county SHOESa easeaforknightfor Board of Equalization in regard to their increased tax rate for Fulton County The Brandywino strawberry the everfali1 gone THY tho tofu remedy for costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lots Every box guaranteed Price 25 cents Per sale by Cowgill d Cowgill druggists HickmanJ I Kansas farmers in forming a trust thingfothemselveswhen ever hasnt the talk of a farmers been heard before1 I t311herc were more Plano iug Machinery sold last year in Obion gasperfecto C E BAKER Age asThe ladies of the Baptist Church had Prean unlavorablo evening for their ice cream and berry supper Monday night but the attendance and receipts exceed their expectations The vessel 011 which Go Millot andI Will Handle returned from Manila has arrived at San Franclsuo and these expectcIltl soon1Ii irIll sparrows pick up au immense I amount of rubbish for their nests and a ovEcru people whom we know depend up on the sparrow to clean up their yards Tennessee has passed a stringent dog tinforsome d such a law in Kentucky The contract for building the Hick man Baptist Church will belet June 1st or arrangements then made for com mencinu immediate work 285 ROUND TRIP On Regular Train to the ItMempis Reunion theTickets from Hickman to MemphisI and return to Confederate Re nnio 2on all regular trains This trti makes close connection at Paducu- u Junction No special truth authorized at the hour of going to press yesterday i thong 3 one may be run jjl ti8I j 1 3 f The IINT6RHATIONAL JI Iyoumay a would be remember name future Once INTERNATIONAL SUIT forget THE INTERNmSNflLTIlLSRIHQ C2111- OF NEW YORK 1best1 made son their premises and is absolutely 1 perfect style fit and workmanship CALL ON OUR DEALER OUR PATTERNS SURPRISED AT OUR PRICES C AM BERG FOR THE BEST I- NaROCERIESI Go where all go who want FRESH GOODS at PRIYEStog TO Rogers ThrelkeldsTJP- TO3DATB CROCK I WITTJNGS OLD STAND Delivered Free 1rfE TSStreetFRE5g Telephone 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I ERTABLISHED TOU DILLON ST Propr Y SucceMor to B 0 Bamlce deed Marble and Granite Konume- ntsCURBING STONE WORK of all Kind IRON FENCING cf fl EEiokmaD Z F S MOORE ATTORNEYAT LAW HICKMAA KENTUCKY Ofllcc partner of Judge II F Remley PAINTSt At Oowgills We have just received a large shipment of Mixed Paints Collier Strictly Pure White Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the market Oo Vgill Cowgill- DRUGGISTS WHY WE CELEBRATE In his speech at New Orleans deliver ed in acknowledgment of his hospitable reception by the people of that city President McKinley testified emphatic I ofItoryI tonic old Cabildo the seat of Government of the former Spanish and French rulers of the Louisiana Territory Re t ferring to the Louisiana Purchase he tyhereuwhichliI 1 e this Union it is now the strong 1 est and freest nation on the face of the earth oJ not need suit just now but it well to the for use you try you will never the name AND CHICAGO in LOCAL AND SEE AND GET H they 1 Goods Clinton 18titT Lead what l an loleioatw Stool Foot 3 Feeds For Ic YOU HAVE HEARD OF INTER y w NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED ITV It is sold on a positive gniranteo It it does not do what is claimed for It your money will be refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horses system undergoes a changejWe will not lengthen this advertise ment but for the next 90 days will give theINTERNATIONALSTOCKB01a + illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 13 00000 to produce Book is 9 by i uu contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It I will save you hundreds of dollars as a practical reference book This book tells all about International Stock Food You get it with a package of food ifyou buy inside of SO days from me personally MCCLUREf 510 Troy Ave Hickman Kyi I Orders Left at SOWS DntStiri t Will noeinroJ lit tt- r k 0 t1 1 I- y 1- rhJiiiJRin1irtGuti ert tGEoncn WARREN Publisher t tHCK UC1iY11yaf J i TOPICSi thou sand newspapers i Tliere are sC00 SinithsUn file ran sss City directory ttIn Jhina itrnJciJ ntl f prbfessibn ln t nQ CI 11 1 I Ust familiesStreuorI of the Iiotf5hlld4 SsiOO000000ijjJJhas i i latest Hiinij in Philadelphia labor oir clcs Holland has nine miles of canal for rierv 100 square tulles of surface 2700 zti llesfiiiall Mt 4tq t nthe fly 1 mblie of Mexieo there nre spoken the languages of eleven Indian tribes jllnifStatct pC Tennessee has made rrranwi rements to take up 103000 of its indebtednessj fcn tihe worlds railway mileage iis 440 IlIeyicIINorthI s IJhe purest Chinese is spoken n t JCankin and is called the language off th uiulidariiis rhiliaiuen plow withu trooltttl stic with a steel point fastened to it The utiaiorherewho exchanges new neckties for old ones which he renovates and sells at a goodl profitIf the world be divided into land and Mater hemispheres London is tIlt center of the land and New Zealand of the water The steeple of the Cathedral of Ant werp is 170 feet in height which makes it the highest church steeple in the world jviThe Live Oak rice plantation in Lpuisijuiaii jvas sold Ho the North Aineriean Uiee Co of Xew York for oVer 1000600- Jlev Dr L Marrill Miller1 exmoder ator of the presbyterian synod of New YoriCXeTebrated the iftiethyear of hs u1l1strJJndhrnchl1tChy A curious criminal law exists in 0 recce A many wheels there Fn tented to death uitbtwhsears Le fore the execution of the sentence Jti iga strange fact that the right hand touchythaw the left is less sensitive than the latter to the effect of heat or cold infti J Tiegotiafionxvitlra firm of publishers for the simultaneous publication of 3us memoirs in four different lan buncr IP I 7 JnssLninr1otitc Chibtree Lotta the famous actress of the past gener ation is visiting the scenes of her childligpd nndjlicx earlystage tri 7UnphsliitiiCaliforniae + 1 y Tin Congo is warIcrways on 1 he globe if not the tin est Jt iis 23 milt across in parts so that the vessels nay 1pass one another lUt1etaCout of sight rAgoldweighing machine in the luitcd States ntililM liii ensitiyr that u Postage stamp dropped on the fcale will turn the index on the dial a distaiiee pf85x inchcjs Mine Ad lineIattiisajsi ia a recent I interview that no one who wishes to retain the freshness sweetness and owcr of her voice should sing in opera more than three times a week Walt rJ5 Stevens Washington correspondent of the St Louis Globe Democrat has been chosen to the important position of secretary of the St Louis worlds fair corporation presentedlandUniversity of Chicago TIll university will at once erect a building upon the land the Iplans being nuts under wa President Lonbet is probably the jnoxt guarded of all thing rulers a Jarge flying guard of policemen in plain clothes having just been formed to accompany him wherever lie goes George W Carroll of Beaumont Tex made rich by the oil discoveries universityIning and has promised more if the um given is insufficient Unroll Kentero Keneko Japans new minister of justice is one of the best Knglish scholars in 1he empire lie is fortyseven years old and graduate of Harvard college His legal train ing he acquired in Japan proba1IJn tnentber whose real business is that nf n xvaiter This is Carl Mittermayer who when elected was so employed r restaurantr experi inents that persons who usetho tele honc habitually hear better with the s left ear than with the right The common practice of the telephone companies to place the telephone so thatTit will be applied to the left caryA fast penman ilrrltc at the rate of 30 words a minute which t means that in nn hour stcddT writ ing hehas drawn his pen along a space of 300 yards An authority states in a medical journal that the height of a very tall T woman lSO nrs ao =Cti AteinchesI i 4i t tb ect j inchesto 5 feet to niches God Bastes of Oklahoma Jilts a fine new team otti drjying Jorses the girt of Fchool teacliers who appreciate what he has done for theta In ouch u particular there seems to be no Mr UarucB ui Xcw York i rt i IB BATTLESHIP OHIO hrhe Vessel Launched in the Pres ence of President McKinley ific Itnrbor Inyftnd of Mvx UIiln le j Pr1 flu Kntloii That Sent ccJlhu the Vaj t San Francisco May 10 Cluided by i lately Ohio hand and with a sweet Dhio1 void speakingI I her christeningI jcnison the gigantic red hull of the Battleship Ohio as grim and sternI III is a warrior of old bather in blood it noon Saturday entered the water Scarcely had 11UOOII whistles andl Dells been heard than President Me Kinley made his way to the reeled cueathl the steel beak oftalltll1 monster hip On his arm was orite niict Miss larber who hadi I omc to till the place of her belovedI tout In his train was iov Nash ami1l pretty timid Helen Ueshler the win some sponsor for the latest and best 1IJrijHISj Jrouped on the platform was H notable throng of dignitaries among them the governors of four states from tit timbered depths helot i onus a shrill whistle The hist pro old stay but OUt has been cut away jnd all is in readiness Obedient to a iignal the president and his niece tep to the table at the prow where in electric button gleams Little Miss lDeshler in her virginal christening Town is handed the champagne tlaskI It iis wreathed with the national tri color old hangs from the prow by a mud of partitolord ribbon An + ether signal and the Ohio POt sIIII Baltluhip Will Appear Ida KckertLawrenee steps forward to read the ode commemorative of the occasion Tne master of the works ring Scott tervons hilt resolute from time to time inspects a chro nometer At 1220 the Pacific will he at flood i tide mill the eau sweep across the clinging bar The ode is iinishei and silence comes down The ship builder suddenly closes his watch and waves his hand Miss JSarber I nervously leans forwmd aid places her linger on the Initron the presi I 1111fromJ The electric current has set in motion I the mechanism that removed the l prop The towering dullred seems to pink Into the christ t fling cradle and befrte IIhl awaiting crowd reaiixes has begun her dash into the waves 1christen thee Ohio rings out tlisftn1ingI gowned sponior sends the hrist cninbII flask smasniug against the steel before her A cheer goes up the j president waxes his lint OiJtsidcII a hnndrel hoarse whistles a moaning shriek and a hundred guns I I send out a racking crashing volley I The Ohio is launched and whether fur weal or woe must row buffet and breast the waves As she glided ma jestically along the launching course j i with ever decreasing speed the assem bled thousands send up their joyous welcome and when she at last stops obedient to her assigned place a mighty shout and renewed blast i mony whistles marks the close of the oCjljl j BlshopM KeKIcctcil Frederick Md May lsThe principal business transacted at Fridays session of the conference of Inited Brethren was the reelection by a unanimous vole of Bishops Kekhart Pennsylvania Hott of Ohio Cas tIe of Oregon end Mills of California Terra Cotta 1Iant Bnrnctl Xew York May lSThe biggest plant of the International Clay Manu facturing Co makers of terra cotta tllbj JITSOCO 1I i PASSED AVAY 3Irn Tyiiinn 1 fijiKf AVIfc o f flic Secretary tif the Treasury itli lu taxhingloi Washiufrton May 18I1s LynviJi J Gage wife of the secretary of fli treaury lied at her residence NTo 171J Massachusetts avenue X W after an illness of nine weeks dura tion With her when the end rr ttt were her husband her marriedl daughter Mrs h F Pierce of Kvan ston 111 and Dr W W Johnson Ithe attending physician For a time before her death Mrs Gait sailors considerable pain hut sin maintainedl 111er bright and cheerful demeanor and wsts conscious to the last Heart cOIIIIIi1lI death 1llrs Oage was exposed to the in clement weather fury about an hour on inauguration lay lIt at the tiinoI health did not seem to have been Ihr I I On March 11 she left hct Ifor Kvanston to visit her married laughter While there sir experiI beet1 I but soon recovered sutliesentlyI to re turn to where sir hrbeen confined to her room ever since lens lat e was a native of Al1 bany N Y amiI 5S years of age SJie was mnriicdi to Secretary Gaffe iinl Denver Col in 1 ssi There 0 uhMrs IieieeI being a child by a former husband EVANSVILLE IND TRAGEDY Ivrrt Comvay Kltlcil C W OarrUon anil- WJI Iulally IVtiuiiileil u rullit man and Coiiuiilttfil iuiclde rranxiMV Ind Mry GIwtf ContsayttdItrricd thot rnni I tiled 111 ban i on and wife in this 4 Iw Ohio as it When Completed I ship 111l down it as Washington city Sunday morning and fatally wounded Patrolman lien N ullis After icing driven to desperation I If hniscThei et end of the city as the church bells were ringing Conwayetas a neigh bon of the Jarrisoua The two fan lies had not been on friendly tort for several mouths The wives of the men quarrels Saturday morning Conway wrote aI hadI1milk son the let upIHaitlI lTHE SHAH OF PERSIA tII fa nyliiK of Kidney Iilxrnur llli- IJpiitli Mny tnllu a UnttHla- ufmm lit 1vrnlo PerIi I Express The malady has progressed ton fur to permit him to matte tthl intended visit to Contrexevillc H is expected that his death will htnfthe signal for a Russian coup in Per IMa Anterienn Cleruyumn Sulclilrti Naples May 20 Further roves iiJ gation into the ease of the Atuericau clergyman who committed suicide here Saturday in the international hospital by severing an artery of 1 wrist and swallowing corrosive sub limate and who was mentioned in Saturdays disjxttch as Mr Malte an Hrican suiidetf enport Ualvjock T ttte rinse Lxtcuaca AVaslungton May 19Nick 12 Young president of the Nationall Baseball league has ruled that tlie tune within which the clubs of thatIorganization shall reduce the flunt her of their players to 10 may he extended to June jTFought on the Alulmtna J tTamesre maining members of the crew of tliiL confederate dhefti ittrjI MACHINiSTS OUTI Approximately 50000 of Them Through the Country Wont on Strike Monday rj 1fFECTLL1 They Want a Sine lour Day anti an Increase of Wajres Equal to the Present 1av KepnrtM Shun Ilint SUM Plini Um- ploying Alioiil n4MtO lien Iliite Aeceileil W Hie UCIIKI nils ur Their 1 liutlot 21pproxiI hltllIlwutIairyeI hour day a tnlIIf warts equal to tit present ten hoar per day scab and other demands This is the ran estimate of President OConnell tlaIa chinists hdwvfun the telesrapine advices that have rt aehed him trul the inmhiiiists headquarters in the fflrlhas nut extended to ihr a i lied trade uIt Scranton POI where men in a jjart of the allied trades are out o machinist engaged i governtiHnt work are afleeted This i i de1 to ihu fact hlt on nth work an rirhi hour a clayrtltlt already prevailsI ICnilroail UiiehliiiHsI Iailroad machinist IS r rule sie not involved in the strike tliiiiiLliI till men on several roads are out The f cut nil Vermont slum niachiniM at t Alba iis number nv prolialily iOU have truck The Ilrhiyh alliy niilmad machinists atI 1iitTaio Sayr s AYilieslwrre and Kliiiia a out sii grejiting chowI iUO all tifld The Telivan l1111111111 r I WesternI lilt ii at IntValo Sinton l ilk nTl and iintermediatet j1n111tS jire Olt The IJf 1 1101Idl SaJtt Fe niei ar oi Tin tril urdriI LovvtT oe nut uppl to the 111l rcc gruel illvlI ollovving i it a Kte nt of till liiiiil r of men out at Intporiiiiit lpoiisNniiilHr j Out nt liiiporliint Ilneew HiMtford t ltJOo rionia a ojl Dtfiv 1e iOII Hamilton t li1 iiTli lr t0 Seiutoi Vil l ii uijinatii eompltielyI liijl up am i MIIM out Connersvilh I imlrrtt llilI istine Tev Iuo York Iauo Kist Oranjre rL un sve rl N 1nSurfola all the Ituhout ttv men Word from other kice cilie lardy in michiug here lele alcl PIts to Mr OVontiel show iii follovvinj as the iuieber of inn i which sinned the a reeiniiit lot dot Kenosa Wis all MilvvinUee 5 WJtligtHl Pel 2 Toledo I An buns YII Anaeoiua Mont aK Diiivei all St Louis IIclv Or eat II Dnibury tt all Iiicent IIa rlau t0 all nInc e land I IKoehfster X Y per cent PntValo 50 pit emit Nsisrri Tailsi alt Touawamia all 1 I i per cent lalttiio J Ihiladt Iphia New Haven S These establishments htviii1 eon ceiled t lit demand i their men arc work Usual Mr OConnell said Mondiy uirlh that up to oclock rejuirts so v that lilt firms employinyr i proi matelyI oMo men hailsinrd lin Teeuietit or tit ninehour dyI or made satisfactory arrangements with the I oralI oiiraniation licItlCPOSED ORANGE RIVER ElKhl IIiiiKlreit lloer Have Itelii forced the iniiiiuiiill in the lnxteri DiHtrletHi Cape TtII May 1Eight hundred lloers have crossed the Orange river from tit northwest and hun rein forced the commandos in the eastern districts Tilt latest reliably report locales JeWet near Phillippopolis in Orange Inter Colony and nut far from the Cape line with 10 horsemen All the commandos iin the Orange Jiver 1 onv have instructions to cross the Orlin e river Several British patrols have been ambushed The Aiuerlenti Won London May llUth OPrien Phihnlelpbia defeated nClIlgl Chrisp of Neweastle at Newcastle Monday niht iin 11 rounds TIlt liii1 litihman was quite outclassed and never had a chance to win The eon test was for the iKavyweight chat Il Ipionshipi 1 and a purse oft J Prof lullirop IleKlKrtM tic1t Francisco May tilStanford mothucr member 1 luause of the resiauation of IIfof Pins under pressure Irufrash H 1 l ttbrop tendered his resign nironC cepted a chair in the University li cousin The Ynelit liulepeiuteiiee Boston May LLfie yacht ladt Ipendenre was under the hands of the takntlttan1g her finishing touches It is expected ji the yacht will be ready to sail in about two weeks Uuudxspttshington May lThe secretary i of the treasury Mouday bought JOf j iKf shortterm four p r cent bonds t seu 1 10HS7 j I J MRS MKINLEYS CONDITION the Iaxxrri n Very food riiniinianil tlie I1irxitle ut Iix Cheerful Oxer they Improvement Sao 1 Francisco May 2t Mrs Me l+inlry passed a very good afternoon and the president is very cheerful over her improved condition madeUresidence Momkiv 1lhilr Mrs McKinley dill rot leave her bed 1 Monday slit passed considerable lime jpropped up and rested well 1 hile no definite date lids butt set fur the presidents departure Ithe present vv rangcincnts art to go directi o Wash int laulu1 not to Canton as hud hero ollieially stated During tin relnaiwltt of hi r till i 1 this city the pnsident will par ticipate in as stony public gatherings as tit eondiliou of MrsI MeKiniev will warrani lul only in an iuo promptu1 nut iiifiiniiaI way WeatherI permitting theI president1 will review the school children tfthe Stir and visiti the Prvidjo rtht folrt 1 lowing sIJUlttDrs IlirscliN hlrrsoli MMiois net 1 Jlr Itisr jii so p m Tin v iuiI tlt6ar Mrs Ue Iintrts ilJljlJII11 bay eontiumd ilitlirongliont iv and that her condition Monday i in t is excellent BOTTLES AND CORKS Those I xeil iu tin Vlniiiiffiel iin of iHirt leer Are Sulijeel In Ini puattuu of tiritf Tnv Washington May 11ht Iltnind States Kiipreme court 1111111c eideil that bottler std udII ell in tie niituntart iii if lieer fur ipntt are Mihjeit to lift iniH siij iou + rr a laiill tax The decision was haultll dtan by I luttit Iroxvn in ihr IMM of the 1 loseiih tie htiti IJrevvinir lu IhlIil1l States eoining to ILiis eotirt from the eourt of claim Tin elini originally was trade fur a ern hark on dutiesi jpi1un hops curl Isle ldya will is on bothI and corksI used in tin niaiifuttire of lio tled hrrr to 1M tNporitfl TIll court U f aims illovMi tl1e Ii r t ileui of the claim curl dcrii d the second 1 list ice PCOWII ii haiuling down I he tllliitlI- ff the Miprcine court raid tlaseturned on th iii lion as to whether nrls ainl bottle are ingredients 0- II i ers Phtinh tltrynfif not he id PRISONERS RELEASED ei XIfielrHiil lelrbrnlrr the cur- cruder of tin I IIMI rmiit teneral rllht rardr nud Innun thuisr iuisLutt mi by releasing halo IFilipino pris curs Geii Moxiea tin insurgent chief o the ishiiuli of lAt has nrrenderejl1t toutIiiinid The iresident of the island of lu 111ti++ nihwdl of Mindoro has been arrested ctrl brought to Cavite charged with being an accomplice of the insur gents 11Gi n Trias has t tu ted on his ciit to the in urgent leader Kellarmiuo who is operating in the province IIf Allwy in southern lnon Iris suet render A HUMORIST EXPIRESo Ateilinter 111 ii Stveef Founder of Ihe TettiM S Illinx BIt1tlf Heart Ulxrnr in sett 1 ark r New York May 21 Alexander Ed win Sweet founder of Texas Siftiiirs and liiiinorisl1 ij national reputation under the pen sunnyof Col Billl Swei t and the Ke Whangdooole died at his home in this city Mon day of heartI disease from which 1 he had suffered for several years Col SWtel avhe was generallyIllyd was born in Nova Scotia in 1S4I but his parents soon after settled in San Antonio Tex lie studied in Carls rube Germany and toning back to this country at the beginning of the ciil war entered the confederate army as a private serving through the war After this he studied law Iland practiced in San Ant iio Tex entering journalism in 1SS4- AVI1I UUIIK June 71 Syhanii Ga Miy = 1The thc Xe gruel Arnold Auyislus 11 Sanders Andrevt Davis William IHudson millI Sam+ Paldwin eonvieted of the inui tier of Messrs Harrington and Meavs in this county 1 last summer were re sentenced Monday by lodge1 K ans to be hanged loot H lrulIrr CUIIIIHiu Washington May 21 Mondays con dition of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of tIll 1VJ JOOOOO gold reserve iin the division of redemption Allows Available balance 130ssiyo goldl Ji 0J70 The IfipiSilliu of Irelitiul ofIondon May LM =The census of Ire land shows the population to be i t50510 a decrease of i t per rent This is less decrease than during the previous decade Scotland the ten sits shows lies a population sour er tug Jli197 persons l ldiitliiKT lloeli lmttielifil Havana May 11Ilr new llpating loch for the Havana Dry Dock Co was launclied at the yards of Kra jewsK PeaJit with elaborate eerc mqiiies end in the presence of mili ta=t ind diet ollicials and of nunier aiis representatives of Cubuu soUcty iJio R 1 CATARRUI OF1D SAD THROA LUNGS STOMACHi ill 1 i 1I I GR6 ti iI J GEN JOE WHEELER Says of Perunl1Of I join Senators Sullivan Roach and AlcEncry in theirguod opinion of Perunllas liD ef festive catarrh remedy U OSTRACISE FOR HUMANITY Irlnor Aliiliinisc it I Itnvarin Given the Illiif Letter for llliiK Ton 6tutlr As a ponalty for being too human 1rince Alphonse the nephew of j IraJ gitrnfItI In American slinf vernacular this might be illltrpl1to mean that he kill hereafter re eeive the marble heart in sitofficial eirelcs The Wins Letrrmeans ollieial degradation He i jItseems too humane for his uncle i i the military eommanderK and he In t born called upon to suffer for his hu manity He was asked to resign from titBavarian army for no other rlU1than that he watt too gentle and r oing with those under his continue s pitfunit was to manifest too much cotsid ra tion for the horses under his chart cv It was during the last maneuvers On reaching a steep and stony t+ scent Prince Alphonsc ordered Msa men to dismount so that the hocaes might be spared It is said that the order completely upset the plan of intetsbtbrought about the princes dismissal for he has always been popular with the subjects of his uncle It is be lieved to be the first time a liavariaii prince has received the Blue Letter Gl nntio Steamer Funnel The funnels of the steamer Oceanic art of such gigantic proportions thus two steel ears could pass through them side by side 1 ABSOLUTE SECURITY1 ti trr Genuinei Carters Pills Must Rear Signature of 405e Fsc ltcHe Wrapper Bcltw IT011II I CARTERS ITTLE IVERPI FPM Little Liver FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOP TORPID LIVER FOP CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXIOrc 5 cm I Ioc VZ21Z7 T CTamac Ct1RtftICKNFniaCNs UWEas Or TIIIS PPEItD GADtNgS110ULIUA11NGw1IAT tImGALLlMlTA1loas o CUltfS wllEiE Ail tLY fillstest hcca It KI- f d- t w Tii ie WGh ji t f f t rr t III GEORGE WARREX Publisher ICKIIAr KEITUCT- YSi inI I 1TTl ilk 5 CURRENT TOPICS- AiistrahahasIJ more than one thou sand newspapers y I Titrejn 5tSfiO Sihithstlh theKan tas City directoryst ttIn t i11t1cJ in prbTesskjn arc hereditary in families I Se92 IysioraF Sowil1f Cltili h1iII u fortune of 7000 000 fT1J hon hiJ1cd fortunes pH the Mot 1tshihla is about f100OOOOOOII J B U SouthcACri n1U1S al fo saneclIgnso at 400000000 JA strike ot gravediggers is the la test thing nil Philadelphia labor cJr1 des fHolland has nine miles of canal for- Dray 100 square miles of surface 2700- 3Ioilestin all U 4 JH1 it h n fte Jpublic of Icxico there are spoken the langxiayesviof eleven Indian tribes ijI dnt of 4tcn1ts ecailtas macIe rijrangements to take up 103000 of Its imlebteduess x t F I i ille 1ordM railway mileage is 440 W Of1 this 30iOO is In America North trod South Vile purest Chinese is 4iokcniat- Tanhin l and is called the language o th mauJariltstd i ItyillttuterookedstickIc with a ftcel point fastened to it The juolive pow r iS a water +bJtialo J ta+ I q 1herc jsl aiffJJ Nevv Orleans whoII rpliangfss neV neckties for old orTes which he renovates and sells at a good I profit Jf the world be divided into land and water hemispheres London is the center of the land and New Zealand of the water lg i The steeple of the Cathedral of Ant werp is 476 feet in height which 4 Miiakes it the highest church steeple in the world lJThJjLivft Oak rice plantation in l xjiusijmjJs jvas oln Jto the North American Kiee Co of New York for Dies 1000600 fillerexTurk iti b1ltedthel J 1 tietltyear of- Iris 7t niss iniihatcln hir A curious criminal law exists in Greece A man who is there sea leueed to death ltSttwo eats be i fore the execution of the sentence t wvJUiga strange fact that the right liaml which isinore sensitive to touch tljan the left is less sensitive than 1he latter lo the effect of heat or coldl SignoryCrispini isreporrtcd ptq1c in 7Iegmain tl fmn of publishers for the simultaneous publication of liis memoirs in four different Ian KaSf f 4srLrIf J 7SjS lhtlr one Craolfel Cotta the famous actress of the past gener tition is visiting the scenes of her t child drIJI hgt arlb t gclrI IIlullpllsYi1t JruUforJUa r TheI aoterways out diet globe if not the nest It is 23 miles across in parts so ihat the vesselyinaj liars one another mlyej le out of sight A golihwei ping machine in the UIIiteti S3tytq 11I nt4itJZu7Jcusrthl that a postage stamp dropped on the Kcale will turn the index on the dial a lli tance pf six inches d tim 1 Acitned ifays IiI fl recent I inferiew that no one who wishes to retain the freshness sweetness and power of her voice should sing in op Ira more than three tithes a week WaH4eraBStevcnsC WaVliington cor respondent of the St Louis Globe Democrat has been chosen to the important position of secretary of the Stf LulUs worlds fair corporation Mrs1 Y Sammon has presented land to the value of 61000 to the universitytt a building upon land the plans being now under way= resident Loubet is probably the aal large flying guard of policemen in plain clothes having just been formed to accompany him wherever he goes BeaumonttEIexerich by the oil discoveries IHuqgiven 60000 to Baylor university Jn Waco Tex to erect a science build thecmm given is insufficient Baron Kentero Keneko Japans new minister of justice is one of the best Jnglisli scholars in 1he empire He iis fortjseven years old and a graduate of Harvard college His legal training JJ acquired in Japanc proballyx1lio n member whose real business is that of n waiter+ This is Carl Mattcrmayer t who when elected was so employed Jto ii small Vienna restaurant y a o It Chas been ascertained by experi it cats that persons who Use 4he telephone habitually hear better with the left liarw than with the right The voinnutii practice of the telephone+ Lonipar ies in to jiace the telephone 1FU that it Will be applied to the left L ear sum S fj M s t f A fiiKTnPeJhman will write at the rate of lO1 words a minute which 4t means thatJnianjfrQuifc stcady writ jii t ing he has drawn his pen along a hpacc of 300 yards Y tnedicllaa sfrmlbcl eel i rids toltS feetl110 inches pl ty Gov Barnes of Oklahoma has a fine kt nnew team o flryiHgr Jorsesthc gift of school teachers who appvcOiatcV k W T what he has done for theta In such V ii plrticiinrthereIeems tt be no Mr liarncK ui JCcw fork ca t O IHBATTLESHIp OHIO Jhe Vessel Launched in the Presence of President McKinley W4C f1xr Barber Inytcittl of Mr Sfelvln ley lruMeiI the Itntloii Tlmt Sent exaclUcnu the tu San Francisco Jay 19 Gnidcd1 by i lovely Ohio hand and with a sweet Dliio voice speaking her christening 3cnison the gigantic red hull of the Battleship Ohio as grins 4 and stern is a warrior of old bathed in blood it noon Saturday entered the water Scarcely had the noon whistles and Dells been heard then President Me Kinley made his way to the stand irccted beneath the steel beak pf the monster ship On his arm vtas his fa write niece Miss Barber who had Date to tillI the place of her beloved lawn In his train cols Gov Xasli and pretty timid Helen leshler the winsome sponsor for the latest and best af the floating fortresses of the glori ous ilag Grouped on the platform wasa notable throng of dignitaries among them the governors of four states Front the timbered depths below tomes a shrill whistle The last prop trod stay but one has been cut away mil all iis in readiness Obedient to a signalI the president and his aiiecc step to the table at the prow where in electric button gleams Little Miss Ocshlcr Jn her virginal christening ovn is handed the champagne MaskI lit is wreathed with the national tri olor mill hangs from the prow by a hand of pnrticolorl ribbon An other signal and the Ohio Poetess I INew Ida EckcrtLawrence steps forward to rend the ode commemorative of the occasion The master of the works Irving Scott nervous but resolute from time to time inspects a chro nometer At 1220 the Pacific will be at flood tide and the ship can sweep across the clinging bar The ode is finished and silence comes down The shipbuilder suddenly closes hiwttch and waves his hand Miss Barber nervously leans forward and places her finger on the button the presi lent directing her movement Far from below comes n cracking sound The electric has set in motion the mechanism that removed theflast prop The towering dullred mass seems to sink down nto the christening cradle and before the awaiting crowd realizes it leas begun her dash into the waves I christen thee Olio rings out in a girlish treble and with glisten ing eye and sure hand the white gowned sponior sends the christening flask smashing against the steel wall before lice cheer goes up an the president waves his hat Outside a hnmlrel hoarse whistles break into a moaning shriek and a hundred guns send out a racking crashing volley The Ohio is launched anti whether for weal or woe must row buffet rod breast the waves As she glided majestically 1 along the launching course i with ever decreasing speed the assem bled thousands send np their joyous welcome and when she at last stops obedient to her assigned place a mighty shout and renewed blast of whistles marks the close of time cere mouJ ntnhoii ReElected Frederick Md May 1STlte prin cipal business transacted at Friday s session ofthe conference of Unitedi Brethren was the reelection by a unanimous vote of Bishops Kckhartt of Pennsylvania Hott of Ohio Cat tie of Oregon and Mills of California Terra Cotta riant BornlllttNew York iMay IS plaSit of the International factoring Comakers of terra cotta llIJbIIJ l atllOJ I = s PASSED WAyl 3Iri Iytimn T Cage Wife nt the Secretary of the rreuIurJletl In tnIi1ji LrmarJtreasury died at her rcbideijjjtj 10 1715 Massachusetts avenue X W after an illness of nine weeks dufa= cameweredaughter Mr Pierce of Evan stow ill and Dr W W Johnson the attending physician For fi time before her death Mrs Gage sinTcrcd considerable pain but she maintained her bright and cheerful denmanQr and Was conscious to the lust heart i trouble the result of grip compli r cations was the immediate cause of death 3 Mrs Gage was exposed to the in clement weather for about all hots ion inauguration day but at the tiU1 her health did not seem to have been after hcl On March 11 she left her for Kvanston to visit her tnarrl c daughter While there she cxperi cured a chill and took to her bed but soon recovered sufficiently to rij turn to Washington where she had been confined to her room ere since Mrs Gage was a native of Al bunt N Y and 5S years of agi Shei was married to Secretary Gage in Denver Col in 1SS7 There Mere noI children from this union Mrs iieica beluga child by a former husband EVANSVILLE IND TRAGEDY cert Conway Killed C IV OarrUon nuU- AVlIr J Ialully Wounded a 1ollce luau and Committed Suicide lausilU Tml Mny OEnttConwa aged 2 married shot ant 1 liMed L 11 Garrison and wife in this Battleship Ohio as iit Will Appear When Completed current A if on P P city Sunday morning anti fatally wounded Patrolman Ben Wallis After being driven to desperation by the police Con way killed himself The cringe was committed in the lowet end of the city as the church bells were ringing Conway was a neighi bor of the Garrisons The two fami lies had not been on friendly terms for severalI months The wives of the men quarreled Saturday morning Conway wrote a letter to Garrison saying he h9di cheated his father in a trade for a milk dairy Garrison showed the 1 ter to Con ways father who upbraid ed they son THE SHAH OF PERSIA lie it DyliiK of Kidney DlxcnxtiIt Is IJeiitlt Mny Came 11 ltu ntuii Coup In Iernln London May ISTlte shah of Per jia is dyingof kidney disease says a dispatch from Tiflis to the DailyI press The malady has progressed too far to permit him to make tlu intended visit to Contrexeville 11 is expected that his death will bt the signal for a Russian coup inP sin American Clergyman Suicide Naples May 20Further usestic ration into the case of the American tuicideihere Saturday in the internationalI hospital by severing an artery of hisi wrist and swallowing corrosive subl limate and who was mentioned in K Saturdays dispatch as Mr Malte an American evangelist proves the sui ride to have been Rev Malthie Da enport lialtebclc 1 1I JIWaillYoung1 Baseball league has ruled that ttflfif time within which the clubs oi th1T1 organization shall reduce the nnn her of their players to 10 i extended to June 13 1111III tFouJI t on S the Cay ISCaone of the three maining members of the crew of tnf confederate cruiser Alabama die here Friday evening Evans was the flight olf Cherbourg Y lit 4 MACHINISTS OUT Approximately 50000 of Them Through the Country Wont- on Strike Monday GOVERNMENT WORK NOT AFFECTED They Want a Sine Hour Day and au Increase of Waires Equal to the Present PayI tltenurtx Shun Tluit KM Ilrm 11I ploying Aliullt ttOOOO Men Have Aece leil CU the IJeiimiiilH uf Tlielr ymployru 21lpproxie mately 30000 machinists throughout nineetodthe present ten hoar per day senle and other demands This is the rough estimate of lre dent OConuell of the International Association of Ma1 telegraphicradvieos the machinists headquarters in the lIhas not extended to the allied trades 1ISerauton 1nI whereI men in a fpart of the allied trades are ontoXu Iniachintets engaged hi government work are affected This is d IP to tlii fact that on such work an light hunt a day scale already prevails Itullroatl MitelilnintK t Ifailroad machinist as a ride are thought1thet men on severalI toads mire out The Cent nil Vermont shop machinists at St khans numbering probably 00 have struck The Iehigh Valley railroad machinists at Unlfalo Say res Yilicsbarre and Klniira art out ag gregating about iUO nil told The 1elt mere Luckauanna ail We tent nun at KulValo Scnintun Wilken barre and intermediate points are out The Gulf Colorado wad Santa Fe men are out The strike order hov ever diet not apply to the rail frsu generally KoUouinij is a statement of the number of men out rt important poiiis Niimlier Out nt Important Ilitcex Hertford Ct ltXH Anfionin and Dtrliy t Mm llamilton 0 tWKi JIilTilo tWO Scranton 2500 Cin cinnatiieoinplutcly tied up and tsslI men out Connersville lad 200 Ial- estfue Tex 200 York Pa 300 East Orange N J aoO Oswego X Y UO Norfolk Va all the shops out W men Word from other large cities is Tardy in reaching here Telegraphic UrportK to Mr OConnell shun the following as the number of Jirms which signed the agreement Mon dnv Kenosha Wis all Milwaukee 5 Wliiingtou Del 2 Toledo 1 Au Vurn N Y all Anaconda Mont all Denver all St Louis all New Or leans sll1 Dnnbury CtlII Pin burgh 1a On per cent Franklin 1a all Youngstown 0 nil Cleve land IS HlllhelitlIX Y i J percent IutValo 50 per cent Xarra Fails alts Tonawanda all Trenton N I i per cent HaUImcr 1 Philadelphia 23 New Haven S These establishments having conceded the denands their men are at works usual iiiJMr OConnell said Monday niplit rent up to 5 oclock reports show Mt Jill irms employing approxi lately OWMI men had signed the oirreement for the ninehour dy or made satisfactory arrangements with the oralI organization CROSSED ORANGE RIVER Ii WElsrlit Hundred lltiert Have Iteln jj N forced the Ctiiimmndoi lu the l if flrl1 UlntrlelK ji etcCape Town May tlrbt hundred jlJoers have crorsed the Orange sires from the northwest and have reir forced the1 comniandos in the eastern districts 4 i The latest reliable report locates Pellet near Phillippopoli in Orange t Hiver Colonyand not far from the jape line with III l horsemen All the commandos in the Orange River Col Isits have instructions to cross time Orange river Several British patrols Muse been ambushed i The American AVtin London May 21Jack OBrien of Philadelphia defeated George rCltritpof Newcastle ut Newcastle Monday niirht in 11 rounds The En iiKhman was quite ontelassed and never had a chance to win The cow lest was for the heavyweight chain pionship and a purse of tS25 fit tIrur lulliro Kextrtitx tau Francisco May 21 Stanford universitys faculty has lost another niemberlrcause of the resignation rutofII P Lathrop tendered his resigna acttgirted a chair in the University of AYiseonsin 1Ytc uellt tndcpcndcncr Boston May21The yacht lade hands of tin it aimed was under the takingAtlautither finishing touches It is expeete the yacht will be ready to sail in about two weeks Hnylujr iinntl Its1asltiagtoulfay 21The secretary Gre00f shortterm four p r cent bonds itV JJ370a and 5000 i1tortbs u 1 I1j Ipg 11w l iF O R I I MRS MKINLEYS CONDITION Stir Inxteil n Very iool IMIKIOII stud the Irrrldrnl l lteerfetl Over the hllllroellllIII San FrwneiKco May 21Mrs Me Kinley pnlOsteIn very good nftcrnoon anti till president is tees cheerful uver her improwd condttion The aboxe annonnfcment was made at time Scott residence Mondav hhile Mis McKinley did rot leave her bed Monday she jKissed considerablel time propped up ami rested yell While no definite date hits been set for the presidents departure the present ur rnngemenfs are to go direct to YAah injflon and not to Canton as had brew otlieialty stated During the remainder or his stay iin this city the ipresident will par ticipate in as many public gatherings an the condition of Mrs Ichililey will warnmt but only ill1II ill promptu ami informal way Weather permitting till president will review the school children cf the city and visit the Presidio Kan Francisco May i It 9IJ m Secretary Cortelvon its nut the fol lowing statement Drx llirsehfeldtT nd iikibons net DrKlxey at S nr pin They tind that Mrs McKinle ys improMnuut hits continued throughout th 1 Ji and that her condition Monday iii itis excellent BOTTLES AND CORKS Tlioe tedl tu the Muniifiicf lire of Hviiiiit deer Are Snlijcel tu Iin- ItosElioiii of 1iirilf Tux Washington May lTlw I Vitsd Suites supreme court Mondi1 dt ehletl1 that bottles and corks used in the manufacture of beer for export sire subject to the imposition of a tirilV tux The decision was hahd dolt n by Turtice lirown in the ease of the Joseph SehHt Iivuing Co the InitfdI States coming to tliis court Ironi flic court of claims The ek inn originally wis ir ade for a draw back on duties paid on hops Iud bar IlY1S vvell as on bottles and earls used in the nuitiifacturc of tooled heir to be exported The court of ilniins allowed Htirt iiteni df the claim and denied the KCCOIU 1 hiltt ice Urown ill handing down the tllcisicll of the supreme court sail the rse turned on thr question as to whether corks and bottles are ingredients o beers Plnlnly they were nut he 1 if I PRISONERS RELEASED Goa VtnoArllMir Celebrate the Sur reader uf the Insurgent Cieiieral + ltsteardu and Iaoiuia Mnnihi May 21Gen MacArthnr tselfihrnieft that surrenders of the in Kurgent gfnernl MViseardo till La cnna by releasing 1000 Filipinol prig oners Gen Moxica the insurgent chief o the island of Leyte has surrenderedi with JO uteri the remnant of his corn inanl TIlt president of the island of Iu Iranwhich tics uorHivest of the island of Mimioro has been arrestedl and brought to Cnvite charged withl being an accomplice of the insur gents Gen Trias has rtat ted on his visit to the insurgent leader Iellarmino who is operating in the province of Albny in southern luon Triasi will tryand induce llellarmino to sur render A HUMORIST EXPIRES AIJuuhr Idnin Street Founder of tlit 1V 1IM 5ltiiugr nlt1 of heart Dlxenre icee Ica lurk XCW York May 21 Alexander Edwin Sweet fonnder of Texas Siftings and humorist of national reputation under the pen names of Col Hill Sweet and the Kev Vhangdoodle died at his home in this city Mon day of heart disease froth which 1he hind suffered for several years Col Sweet M he was generally called wa born in Nora Scotia in 1S4J hut his parents soon after settled in SanI Antonio Tex He studied in Carls rube Germany mill coming back to this country at the beginning of the civil war entered the confederate army as a private serving through the war After this he studied law and practiced in San AnUTio Tex entering journalism in 1SS4 1tIll IIUIIKT lung Jl- Sylvanii Ga May tThe five Xe grow Arnold Augustus 11 Sanders Andrew Davis William Hudsonl mill Sam Baldwin convicted of the tour ler of Messrs Harrington and Mcars in this county 1 last summer were re scntencec Monday by lodge Kvans i be hanged Tour 14 TrviiKiir mull I ion Washington May 21 Mondays condition of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the 150 000000 gold reserve in the division of redemption show Available ash balance 130HS1J04 gold J1 Oa772Grite I iiiilitlini of Irelmiil London May 2JThl census of Ireland shows the population to be 4 450510 a decrease of W per cent This is less decrease than during the previous decade Scotland time ecu MIS shows has a population nutnl end lug 44719rf7 persons IloiiCiix Duck Lauitelivtl Havana May lThl ijew floating dock for the Havana Dry hock Co was launched at the yards of Kra jewskj Peant with elaborate cere mutates and in the presence of mils tn t and civil otitials and of minter ou representative of Cuban society C TARRK1 HEAD THROA LUNGS STOMM1 iKIDFlEYBLADDFEYA OR6Ali 11QErI l JOE WHEELER 31 Says of Peruns I join Senators Sullivan Roach I I and McEneiy In theirgood 8 I opinion ofPeruns as an ef fective catarrh remedy OSTRACISE FOR HUMANITY Prince AltiliittiMC of Cnvnrin Given the lllui Letter for IteliiK rot Gentle As a penalty for being too humani Prince Alphon the nephew of i h giecafslnrj vernaeular this might he interpn 1 to menu that he will hereafter receive the marble heart in select official circles The lllnij Jetmeans official degradation He ii3 it seems too humane for his uncle nd the military commanders and he hits been called upon to saber for his hu manity He was asked to resign from tho Ra varia n a1Jlrornothelrl1 n than that he was tot gentle and ri oing with those under his eonunun pkfi was to manifest too much considera tion for the horses under his chnrzr It was during the last maneuvers On reaching a steep and stony d scent Prince Alphonsc ordered the men to dismount so that the horses might be spared It is said that the order completely upset the plan of notion Popular feeling is intense against the authorities who have brought about the princes dismissal for he has always been popular with the subjects of his uncle It is be eyed to be the first time a Bavarian prince has received tine Blue Letter Gigantic Steamer IunnoN The funnels of the steamer Oceanic are of such gigantic proportions that two steel cars could pass through them side by side ABSOLUTE- s SECURITY1i1 J Genuine Carters s Little Liver Pills Must soar Signature of 4 J See Facsimile Wrapper Below 0Yrrsy watt rid asI to take as euyII CARTERS ITT- LEliVER PI LLSc FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR liLIOUSKESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOr CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION vi MYLiIAY MATuI- cl5 CrI IOE ctaDle eG- Ct1RlJ Imc AnACJn RiA1EUS CFTlIIS F PER Dl tltlxu TO lllY axYTIt1xG ADY RT18Y IS ITS Co1rmS3- 5UOLIJ IStST UPON 1tAVI G WHAT THJY ASK Olt Itrrts1 GALL scITrrtrI on 1MITArluaa cu 5lru0AtTruCough u- EG ad Lao fa t13oa Road by dnL a1ts r THE EXPOSITIONI The Big Show at BuflUlo Formal ly Dedicated in the Presence of a Multitude IXEECISES OPENED WITH A PABADE The Aerial Itonibarilmpnt From lIy- iuy lionibs and a Urilliant Elec- trical1 111 11 milia lion Jinn From jirlv Uvt r Country In I ho V urhln resent Tho City rltflil Vllli Fins Mini Kutifiui r TalC X V MayI 1I1I the pres If ofa vast cnnraurvp of iiopl t i auAtttrtit u tPnsitin Wits dtdii- ii tli fortmiUv Monday The day ttn aiuTI1 Mniiiiy iiiyht the men tt ht plgnnrl tljs Sritt cntcprist rr- jjj in HatUriij IIICI Tin liiy IIIK i with n 1jvirili k hi 1 il1I lit re I I l fOlllitryiil I I hi anlmsnl from lying lionibs pilll a iraiit Uviil illumination Nt lu the tvo tir the formal t 4 r s 01 the d ilicatio wilhCln tfivr that took itw ihrmo from the It of tit tiiii jjra 4I fr riyjit U SOHJT 111p1 I 11I l tiiy uji1 bright iia ihvis fIlnhIli ng tin cviuMliiiit i I v bil1 li in rllnr tilt moving tMjv iH tc in lioliiiiiy aril and thi tIn- lelltins highly1 prism Tin err on of nttcmlamv for Monday1 1 tnKy up to IvjuMt u lions of tin r o t + iiTiiusiastii Then Nis no complaint oxer delayed cxhiliit for there CIIficuSnunIar things onnit li to S the most ardent sightseer Iby the nrjii6t night Iht proefssion t tliijj iimrned at tIlt city hall and iiiirchc l j Iv vny of the plain thorunghfari s I in lf exposition grounds wis an ii- I tfritinir sppftnelt lidI IihonsaitdsI u CI I jiv rr r lined tin rout- enitiiitililti l Visitors the prorrssioii foriied ilia t if i ivepplicin of distinjriMilUd vis tI fGrri n rrprcMntativei state f iH sioMrs ottKirs and otliriiN at llt ty hall l tT Insulent IIoos rr vas the truest of honor ut to hen In1 i iHheil the hull tlie parade etas- st ilI with a ullof aerial iwirnJis Two tuonsiind rt1nho riot their Ii from four bands led the way tti fter theta xi e a hundred tar riages with the ollielals and guests JI id them eame he tonivKsionairca iftiii the Midway Western Indian httrd with the children of the r is the Orient JiMil the MerJiter jr jnt an and gage the proeesion its 1 rt tontli of color They were in Ida ostume had a sore or ar tut iij ilonts anti I bands furnisher them music The tntry of the pro cession to the exposition grounds at noon was a magnificent spectacle nu crowd in the rontuN at 111 time numbered fully 41000 Dozens of great wave kites carrying stream rK floated hiirh in the air The troops were halted in the fore court and then formed into double columns crass the lridjreI of Triumph1 A light ul Carrier llKe i M The oillciiils andI guest left their tnrriagcs marched through the lines of troops and then continued on in J rrped enclosure tto the esplanade bexcndTrcsident exposred th Avay and tilt ennvI che n l thorn as they advanced A hundred yuriis frcjtu the Temple of Music they hnTr I and at the other end of tin tsjinadJi severalI thrlsutdCarrier pi ctuj were suddenly released Con fHsid at first by their own nnmbers 1hry circled low in wild tlitrht and thru t liulliallysoared npwanl llitrb np where they got their bearings they parted and tosl flight to every 4 irter of the compasx Ielow the en rd looked on in silent admiration Time Tice jiresidcnt and party then HkdI on into the Temje of Musici tni the parade refonninpr marched fill through tlse rouiitU The formal iedicatory service in the preserver of a crowd limited only by the size of the hall wa4 iirpnsstvc WORLDS CHALLENGE CUP A IJonton 1aprr AiIvticnteH a icv- TropSiy to Stln iilit + 7utiie t in Intcruutional Vneattaste- mission tiny111e 1dvcrtbnrad- trGitCSJ Near Century Cup to stiiii ilato interest in internationtil yacht tsorhlsnrfhstJJcngi cup which mitrht be raced for in a regatta not simplya duel between two yachts but rather lila ibc rare at which the Americas cup I was von The resjuttii might telude not merely two but probably 20 or J11 of flue fastest yachts in the clviltfd world Sucneell Ior swlndtng- I Jrand- 1 Uapids Mich tiny 11Iii s Kibiaboth Fitzgerald al a Mildred t Jrcston alias Madame Xiuirnni an al Illhthe ijitperlor court to the Det 101 oilscof correction for five years f- ot ixvJrdlinjr Miss Kvolyu1 Qtuniby out ot iSOO in iu1Ofleyand jewelry 1 Clinr cil AVIIfi iiuliezlln3T KawsisCity WI FraiikJ Sic iM1 I 1 tihegefuartcedl 1 ilfl lay chnrg fl with c1nbl7ZIIJlg 1 fgOl liV1 teas released on a 000 bond lii tIIrlI1t for icrd was sworn receiver of the com ly rtiy Wedgc 1m1 n- I e PHENOMENAL RIPCORD J lion n llriKlit ortliern Hoy trltli SitiitliiTii SynepuIes Unlit LP n tti S IlllNillCHI The eleventh annual InitedJ Confed era tr Veterans reunion whkh will occur at Memphis Iran May 2s HJ and 30 promises to be one of the most unique gnthlIin in the history of the association Srorrsnf men of nationalI reputation will partieijwte in the ex oreises planned byihr various C4im mittees but ainon nil of them unlit will be entitled to more consideration than Mr I IIIP Van Vect president of the Van VleetMansiield lruf Co of Memphiti whose endeavors to briny the reunion to Memphis were backed by a rash subscription of 00 and whose career illustrates most forcibly what a renolutc ambitious boy ran accomplish in this country of ours Mrt Van Vleet was born in Kaliuna 200 Mich1 in 1M till linealI descend ant of one of four brothers who emi grated front Amsterdam Holland1 in 16G2 and took tiara in affairs on Man hattan island lougln lurrthrlKujrlish invaded New Amsterdam After jrrad iwlintT from Kalaniasoocollcirc young Van Vlcit with only a f w hundred dollars in Isis pocket rust his lot in th south with whose political 8 spin tions he anti this father had always been in sympathy landing at Memphis for the tfirst1 time in May I1 1 1 Shortly afterward he scriind II position with P P V1 1IITIthe once prominent drier house fIr n W Jones A Co anall has sino luen idcnliliid closelx tit h Mie socialI Ilid business life of Memphis lu I Ti he became half owner of Ihefuuesdrtih- ouse and in issl stablished the ii rut of Van Vleet Co Jn isif he pot chascd the MnnsHehl Druy Co whithI he consolidated with his ovn business forming the Van VleetMansfiHd Drug Co the largest busines of its kind in the south mind the largest jobbersi of quinine in the United States JheII oilices of the company will be1 confed crate headquarters during the routing reunion and Mr Van Vleet is chair man of the committee on entertain ment of general ollicers- Mr Van Vleet is our of the busiest men imaginable and yet he is always accessible to those who tall whether on errands of business politics reli gins or benevolence His courtesy iis unfailing and iis a marked chit ratterls tit of an unnsnnl man The Ipoint lift of Mr Van Vleet isIideal lie lives in a stately home Chetolah on the hill on 1 Ioplar boulevardI built in coloninl style allcJII ornamented with all the modern acII cessories that travel art and good taste tan supply His wife is a daugh tit of Mij1 X McKay known to southerners as one of Jaeivsons gal lant Indian fighters Two daughters and a son complete a family circle which1 1 I III genuine 1 happiness maidI IItentment has few equals even in the south the landl of happy homes Caught n IVIille tunliral George Archer Hrmvn whtise house is close to thailiJ marshes I in the ttown of Fayctte Seneca roan ty N V has in his possession a white muskrat Like the white ILr the white robin aid the white black bird this iis a very rare animal Irl1ii dition having it that but once be fore has one been seen in central Xe w York waters Mr ISrown cap tured the rat a fullgrown one due i hug the highwater period upon the submerged Montenma marshes where it had been drowned out of its usual haunts by the flood lie succeeded in capturing it alive and values it highly It differs from IhlIcommon muskratt only in rotor hav- Ing instead of a 1lIlhlor dark brown fur almost a pure white Bahyr Costly lulI honIThe little granddaughter of Mrr and Mrs Prown of Emporia Ian swal lowed a 0 bill a few days ago I rs- Brown had received taro JO lulls haletter and had laid them on a table by her while she read the letter The little girl came in picked up one of the bills and began to chew it IITIlIII swallowed all of it except the corner stmtInpedThiscould be done to get a dew one for it but he said nothing could be done as the government required the num ber of the bill Chinnt Iirvided into three classes each class paying a different rate Firstclass lands are in fertile valleys withagood depth of soil aril a good water supuly producing anritiy two crop of rice or one crop of sugar cane SeeondelnsK lauds are generally situ muted higher up the slopes of hills and have not such a good water supply as the lfirst class The thirdclass lands re those situated on still higher Mopes and are far removed from a good water supply JTHE IAnNA BOOMII Perry IlrnlirH Inllnt Kfforl to Mc I cuitie Known it flit Orig inal Itooolor Tina IVrry S lleali Ont time first assistanti postmaster generalI has be gun early hiis preparation for the campaign of IKU and has just launched a little presidential boom It sld niT ihe ways into the water ofI the political sea without making a Itremendous splash The name offered to the said boom is MarkI IlatttlaIhc boom was launched in a peculiar man litslidof the ways i4rtIIYn it were after the fashion of launching hnats on the Civile Mr Ileati by way of preliiniary deelnred Ihis beliefI IIthat Mrl Hanna multi get the nomi nation easier anti be fleeted easier than any other roan in the l cited States Then Mr Heath says Iiv op hav iiii trronnws idea of Mr Ilee r AMI him pimply a cafl paiifii n ui 4 r 0d 1 rleh man wL o h1 it hcrit1i ue hs Line but the tltInriii a pricrl HUtt to h Tliis estimate of the distinguished Ollic11 MrI Heath drclarcs to be quite erroneous The people at targe dont kiow Mr1 Hniuia he insists unitl so he tarts out at ours nil what is evi doitlv to be a campaign of introduc Ition For Itit gars Mr1 Jleath says he ba enjoyed the closest intimacy with Mr Hanna and has seen him tacMe1 problems that have staggered old staler ind solve them o easily a to nstoiiih ixiTbody This re tniiilsi rots of l alta Cuttles eonunent on the astuteness of Sot Jills the old intrnnietit maker 1tIingof what the ran of seience could do 1 he ex rlai veil 111ty he could make ft elnrl1ud that clock would So to- nLrI limv I hal clock would go Kut Mri Heath must timid stronger nvminiit than this before MrI lIanI na can lie elected or earn nominated I has taken tits years ofilnse in timacy to bring Mr Heata to this t0 of thinking What chance then ior the people at large to become eon iccd that Hanna iis the right man ir president oIr Ilaniia will r do and those who maiag the irMrs of true republean jpartytiIi oOt iif foolish cnonirh to eonrid- riili eriousy min Poll reetion with the nuiiiiiiiiion lie would be one of the tsirt aurieats to defeat that viiI hr selected A man who has- mitev the relation which Hannn has ii the public mind at least to two administration iis never the 1111111 to be nominated for the presidency iif vor want to win llanna himself real suedsi when Mr1 llcatliI name a suggestion tt tii poiblit of his being nominal i MrI Hanna iis said to have re marked Doit talk nonsense only hf said it n little more so than that Thats mighty good ndvice We fear I lint Mr Heath will not accomplish much beyond putting himself on err nn as the original llanun man Itica Observer THIRD TERM FOR MKINLEY I An tnt rltten IMY titrnlnt Smli mi 1teut Vlileli VIII iii- as Overeltlilon- Pome of the newspa pers are rrawim flu imVrence from tIlt hospiLlhllIIIHI- t times cffnsiv welcome the presi dent has been receding nl along the route on his present tow that Ihe xviil construe the character of I thse derv onstrations us an indication that a third term ila possible fur him ami trim insi 1lttioiirering sails accordinglyi I This conclusion might be warranted if only the surface of things were taken into onsiuYnition in furminjra judgment about so important a met ter hilt Imppily there iis opposed to it Hits past historyof tin ronntry the iinwritt n law ami Mr MoKinhv iis hurray falcons Hough to attempt tom rritlc this law 1 1Jesiit ho would tMieounter from thi litdrrs of his own jmrty no le s dilli rnlt an obstacle should hI k mud himsrl- in a third term idea than the one just stated There art too many republic an politicians now mllllagill r the ma chinery of thrhrpartyvhioarehunger huh and thirsting for a first term to al low 8I1unr of their nnmbpr to run a thirdone Xo republican was ever stronger po liticuly than Oen Grant If he could not with his great military iprestige and the credit of having saved the union from uestrnetion secure a tthird term Tiommation Iit is hardly possible tht Maj MoKinley would be able to tlo co In this connection the New Orleans Picayune recalls and reprints at reso lution adopted by eongrexs in Decem ber 1S7 more than a year before den Grant concluded his second term It was intended to forestall any third terns movement toed read as follows peso nci That in the opinion of thi house the precedent established by Washington and other presidents in retiring from the prcvidfntia oilier after Itheir second term has become by universalI concurrence a part of our republican system of government anti that army departure from this time honored custom would be unwise un patriotic and fraught with peril to our fret institutions The vote on this resolution stood 2341 J to IS If President McKincy should as we think unlikely atetmpt to break the established rule he will findttpuh lit sentiment as decisively against any such unprecedented infraction as it was when Gen CJrant was president and when he was subsequently candidate and was overwhelmingly de foaled at the hlcairo convention that nominated Garfield Kansas City rime Mark Hanna is reperted as be- iiTi generally tickled over his presiden 1 1 boom If Teddy Uoosevelt is also tickled he has not yet saidsoStLouis Ilepubiiti ITO REDUCE THE TARIFF jL Orolhof Repub1It91neltte IIIc- uJouulh Irtteettuu 1lIscUsthIlj Viwj 1 1rrsdent Koase velts referenee to the success of thetartly tlliiHarifordCoHrant mentions tin plate its a striking illustration of the lcvuloiment that a 1protective tariff can nccompli h It recalls that free traders greeted the idea of a pro tective griffon tin pute with derisive howls Tliis miy be susbeer tracers do not tilnnopoHe + tdohl They are made iRtrf pour erring mortals Jutas protu tlouists are but as a general proposition we do not know that any one dratted that protection if sitii eient VQiild aceomplisli its Ipurpose Tu nsc tlie oftused illustration we limy raise bn nit nus in Minnesota with KiinteifntjfiriUfetion Nut has not the tin plate nrgtinuut proved too much It luis ilttdoiibtedljv brew a great thing for tthe tin platy trust and some In diana oU4ycn have becouie intdrnil lioiini rep because of it but jf the whole history of the iiultII were written nnd iit were possiblej to count Ithe font could it be ad that the tin photo tariff was wise This i the whole quetion as to protection It is nut whether it run accomplish the thing in viewi but whether itmay not in theturds of the prorerb stake ns pay too dear for our whistle anti whether an en terprising people would not in the long nn prosper more greatlyI I by the development that they would natural ly make Put this too iis merely academic fir we have protection have had it in the innvrn sense since the civil WIll If we JI hark to the original sense only we may lie thank ful anil thieve are signsi of promise in that direction Tints the Durant says ZIt ivwrid have Itirn wl if Mr Moore volt iiHtJ carried his Vliciiatior it tttep furtht4and bud pointed out that pro teethe biriltei art a ra arn to in t id ant that vJnOn a iirnteeted inters reaches tici jijfapfrHy and growth as to build milt tt Itdjt and control the markets ot tlc country tarn prutettlan tu tone Hf work aAilIllboll1db1 r r inoVfti from tVit partlcultul Industry The purpose of pro tertionis In enable an Inlustrv tor+ tihlUli prnv tectloeiben U narluv that iHdrt ttun there h i n further nfdcof pr iciiii There Is jp qutntion that thi tItatautest to control theViule iuntry IIs ri- deaee CGI1I1h ttrt tae iiCen iI tr Itrtotll haspatrtd An hr i rn liHsi that certafH ic tistris ytlil t rt iL heavy protective tnrff sure minlir t iL trllat ana are trbx tht t riff i nt America pay mine rh1 it rttt n II world tar gOcC art in arilI lu their iv n ample prolQ Thl whl rut be luliiii d atttr It k Ladrrstuu Thus the idea iis t roil thai iiii liiuiiv tlirecrUins then iii been pm UHtioil too mueh and the time ha COinc when it must be abated TUi nijrcHtrily involve the rerognitiniii tli the doctrine fprulertutithatiih rufjilbHuan party uriiiitai esponid- vketi i a a means toward tr o II = IItt n tenipurary IXJIII nut n permanent policy 1is already a mutter of general ob rvation Thatl tIlt republican patty JI1I be conipelled to abite the tariff The effort will not Ibe easy nor wilt 3 cccrts milieu it at tirst The selfiii tjrest that hi secured the tariff will fee strung to maintain it hilt with tilt Opposition at home and with the ne cessities for going abroad it seems uerlaia that wo art on the rte of a re tfiietiiMi of the tariiT in ninny paricu huts Indinnnpolis News IIllIc1 POINTS AND OPINIONS Mr Ilnnna is one of those ro ptlblicans described by Mr ItabcocK men wilt hold the hih protective tar ilFa a fetich to be worshiped aril lIi touched IIt is contrary to all logic that the tariff should be touched Incite people On the contrary I people must expect to be IIII liar the tariff Albany Argus Mrl Hannn tells his local novs paper organ that it is ridiculous to mention his name in connection with titsfseiijjtor upon tit result of his illtro1 speiitive research his candor anti his discretion President Mark llanna The shades of Washington and Lin cola need not be disturbed Ileve laud Plain Dealer i The tariiT troubles of the republican party are appearing TIlt Leaf Tobacco association dots nut want reciprocity with Cubi Furthermore if it comes to that the association will not want annexation and there Ire other interests of the same mind What ajtangicd web we weave whoa wobeginto practice tcrritorialcvpan sion Indianapolis News IndI + It iis far front certain ithat The re publicans cnn elect a majority of tho next house of reprcstntatives under any circumstances It iis morally eel tain that they will bo routed in the effort if they go to the country with out having enacted antM rusttariff legislation on the lines proposed by Kopresentathe llabuock the sagacious chairman of their congressional com utittte Washington Post The republican party of today is as far r JIlIti in its principles and purposes from the republican party of Lincoln Stunner and Ureeley as are the antipodes of the earth They have nothing in common but the name It is the servant and instrument of tie money power trusts an ctJrpura t ions and to render service to monopolies it now tires and mutes and has itabe iarational1atchntan IftarilF reform is to be revived 5 it must he revived by the leaders and the lpeople must be educated again to its importance There never was a time when there was such a need of reviving this oltldclnucratitcoclrine Protection isi the fostering parent of many of the largest trusts Jt enables the American trust to charge the American consumer SO per cent more than it charges the foreign consumer It has become a distinctly antiuiueri cn ystcmeuphis Appeal RELIABLEA- M M B R D4 Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hanhvare whichis offered at ONE P11ICE arid that the very lowest the market jjustifies ALL GOOnS GUARMTli i1 M IU1FHWT1I J100IiING A SPECI ALT Y- ww riot 1 u = rr fi r IKI1 I i 1 1 HlCK IAX KENTUCKY Capital Stock paidIIlin850OOOSn- lphI s and Umiil vided Profits 20000 Does a General fan king Httsiiicjs Loans Money on Liberal Jorm Acts of Fanners Merchants anti Muiuifairttircrs respectfully solicited n The Funds timid Securities of this Hank are protected liy th- eM osier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet heel Opened by Burglar o IL T TYLKK IrpBident W P TOtl SOX CaPbier U A HOLUOMliK VIce lreeident S AMBERG Aast Cashier HIOKMAN WAGON CO JAFA ILKJI or TIME CLKUIXVTI teEM W GONar- 7I31CKMAN KENTUCKY IITIUTTFOIHIIIHI RESTORE The weak made strong by tho use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles Hake pure rich blood impart- S warmth power vigor enerzyIKo matter how hopeless the case may seem AstoaLOiing and quick re mits They supply the Nerves Brain nnd Blood with the most powcr EJIINatural Vejetablp Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital tare the product of the latest met skillful and learned reMurcli in FntxtumtHrNervoTablets from other remedies of the chls tothesystem Bnelllease It stronger everv time used Thfrbeain nt the feat of the diseasefl tho andunitlibever They llxre OU6 unqualified guarantee They surely unit ManLoodImpotency1Irettcc Inc SIepiesness Nervous Debility Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Vertigo St Vlttis Danc Nervous Headache backache Trembllnz Numbness Lost Power null all such tlixeu tat cs n0Knt Paralysis and Consumption WeaK Women iht the ThCY- will in U- I brin the Bloom of Health to Pals Faces add plea nrn to life We could sire Thoua unds of Tcctinaonials btu your Istsay Js to try them Wo rrfund the money Ii n cure is not siSteuii Try lh111Id f rwi ant It Ollllm have your money Imik just for the tUlu lrico We a bus of ten days trcntrii a t Six boxes ftrfl Securely tculrcllliy mull IOSURO slumps takna wm CM cash Aiiilnsa THE NERVO ItEMEDY CO 328 Went Joffersoa St Low v ie1y Solo Agents for tho United States Sold by CowgMI CoW its Li Rats to Texas At fretynt intervals dur fling 1901It round trip pickets will be sold via the t C Belt Route UrrJJ1Q1J Cairo and I I isWr i mPhiS to points Arkansas Louis l natTexas and h Indian and Okla 17lt 11Qma Territoriesi 7 r reatlyreducedI ratfes j i iii usvhereyou writ to 50 also when you would like 10 leave and we l f will tell you when you an secure one f I off Uie low ite tickets and what It will coif We will also send you a complete i iachedute for the trip and an interesting Unle beak A Trip to Texas i- I r i I 11AJm T lr L tike III f WlaWUI G Pad TA st1IIIs Leaves Cniaago at 630 p m dally VIA Ttu- Cr CHICAGO MtLWAUKEESTPAULr t RAILWAYdArrlveft St Paul M 750L m II 1 Minneapolis at830z m The worldy tin h f uJ r I c r tt I IJJTHE I EXPOSITION 1 J The Big Show at Buffalo Formal i ly Dedicated in the Presence t 1 of a Multitude HEHCISES OPENED WITH A PARADE J The Aerial Bombardment From Fly iui r Bombs and a Brilliant Electrical Illumination 11cn Grolie Xearly Every Country In ht World Were Ircsrm The City Jlrlxiit With Fsergr and I nullity it = train X Y May 31in the pros iuc of n mgt vouGDurKft of juojjlis HIP rauAnu mHi t position wi dctl I iwited f9rnytU L0mlsiy The diiy xxcs faitufl1ffl1 Momtay Right the men xvho plsnnif jJWs great= Ontcrpriiiu re joif in fiatterln SMCCIWS The lily hey n with n pnnuit in which there won men front nearly every country in tLe world rul ended with nn aerial Ijombjirclment from Hying bombs mat- a Uriltinut tJt tried ilhiiniiiiitiou 1- etn the two wore tin formal cx rs of tin tlidiofitioi with ora tory that took its thiin from the lowon of the time pmyrr for riihr iu stagbond and portry Tin ciry tae bright in dlltIS of 1Iahs ami Inn rnjr tin cxiHistlion rorpi iis brilliant in color the moving ernyds- sere in Ijotidny trim and tin holj ClltfA Wak highly plmsinjr The rot ord of attendance for Monday tatfully up to expectations of the most vnthjHsiastii There was no complaint over dehxyed exhibiti for there ver Hptttiactiltir things enough to wtirthe jnost ardent sTghtttccr by tha- trntnitigof night The profession that formed at the city hall and marched 1y way of the main thoroughfares 1u the exposition grounds was an iii Urcsting SpeetfelandI thousands of j1 ttpic lined the route Untiii3iiiltril Vixitorn As the procession formed then visitorc6iinissioners otlieers and officials at thr city halt 1 ivc President JooseI vet was tin gucstof honor and then In reached tilt hall tlie parade wets a started with n volley of aerial bombsi I theirIway l j1iul after them werea hundred car i sit1t the oftictnls and guests It hind them came the conceasionnirea from the Midway Vstern Indians miii jlcd with the children of tlwI tropics the Orient and the Meditcr 1 r t aLJf Ptihe profit 4i0I its f mtoucl o color 111 tertp in c i native costume had a score or arItistic floats and 13 bands furnished them music The entry of the procession to the exposition grounds atJJ noon was a magnificent spectacle theItime numbered fully 40010 Dozens of great wave kites carrying trelltnI ers floated high in the air The troops were halted in the fore court nmlI then formed into double columns stress the Bridge of Triumph A 1Jhhtr Currier ViecmiM The officials old guests left their varrisges inarched through the lines of 1018and then continued on in 4i ropedV enclosure to the esplanade beyondPresident Milbiirrie of the exposi tion and Vice President Uoosevclt led thti rat and the eroxvl che rd them as they advanced A hundred yards from the Temple of MusicI they halted u1I lit the other end of the t esplanade severalI Ihottsandt carrier i pigeons were Mtdtlcnly released Con fused at first by their own numbers they circled low in wild flight and- lheii gradually soared upward High up where they got their bearing they parted mId toak flight to every quarter of the compass Below the- Crcntil looked on insilent ndmiration The vice president and party thou illiif oil into the Temple of Music and the parade reforming marched on through tle grounds The formal dedicatory service in the presence of a eroxvd limited only by the size of the hall ties impressive WORLDS CHALLENGE CUP A IJostoit leaner Atlvocntc n Xcvr TrojiSiy to Stimulate interest In Iijtcruiittoiinl YavhtSnc Tt Boston slay JTh Advertiser ad i cattjs a Nest Vntiirr Cup to stun ulate interest in international acht inn Tho proposstl is for n worlds chdlcnjv cup whieh night lk raced for hit a regatta not simply a duel Letwecn txvo yachts but rather lila fho rise lit which the Americas cup was won The regtittn Inifht iricludu not merely two but probably uO or u of the fastest yachts in tilt civilictl world Slntn ell For SlnIHhlJt randUapidsv 1 Mich jfny IirsKliwibeth Fitxgtrald thesis Mildred jrcstbii tilias Maihune Ziti ut an al Jegctl elairxpyant xvas sentenced in the jjuperior court to the Detroit oitse pf correction for five years for Dwindling hiss Kxolyu Qiuriby out ot iinoin money and jexvclry ia i Charged ivii inibesalln JIiSIi 1rS itI ItritllClc eh1 president tsf the Slegel1 a 1aStuck Co wan arrested JoViday ciiargea with emberaling V hiomlnt Tfc xviirraiit for Slegel was sworn 1 V lltkvI J cItCtJreceiver ot the com Vcc W L ii PHENOMENAL RECORD lIon n ItrlKlit Aorttirrn Roy TUb Southern SyinjinthlpM Itullt- Lp n MX ItiiniucMi The eleventh annual United Confed crate Veterans reunion xvhich will occur at Memphis Icon ilny 2S 29 and 30 promises to he one of the most unique gathering in the history of the association Scores of men of national reputation will participate in the exercises planned by the various committees but among all of them none will be entitled to more coiiMideration than Mr I 11 Van Vleet president of the Van VleetMaiisffeld Drug Co of Memphis whose endeavors to bring the reunion to Memphis were backed by a cash subscription of 750 filth whose career illustrates most forcibly what a resolute ambitious boy can accomplish in this country of ours Mr Van Vleet was home in Kalnma zoo Mich in 1S4P the descend ant of one of four brothers who emi grated from Amsterdam Holland in 1GGS and took part in affairs on Man hattan island long before the English inxjulcd New Amsterdam After grad uating from Ka lamaoo college young Van Vleet with only a feu hundred dollars in his pocket cast his lot in the xouth with whose political aspira tions he and his father lad always btu in sympathy landing at Memphis for the first time in lati1111 Shortly afterward he secured a pusition with P P VAX LEFT the once prominent drug house of G YV Tones tC Co and has since been identified closely with the social and business life of Memphis In 1S79 he became half owner of the foiies drug house anti in 1SSI established the llrm of Van Vleet tf Co In lS9f lie 1pur chased the Mansfield Drug Co which he consolidated with his own business forming the Van VIeetMans ield Drug Co tIlt largest busiues of its kind in the south and the largest jobbers of quinine in the United States The offices of the company will be confed crate headquarters during the coming reunion anti Mr Van Vice is chair man of the committee on entertainment of general otlicers Mr Van Vleet is one of the busiest men imaginable full yet he is always accessible to tthose who call whether on errands of business politics reli gion or benevolence His courtesy is unfailing and is a marked characteristic of an unusual man The home life of Mr Van fleet is ideal lie lives in a stately home Chctolah on the hill on 1oplar boulevard built in colonial style and ornamented with all the modern ac cessories that travel art and good taste can supply Ills wife is a daugh ter of Maj A X McKay kuoxxn to southerners as one of Jacksons gal hint Indian fighters Two daughters and a son complete n family circle which in genuine happiness and con tentment has few equals even in the south the land of happy hones Caught a AVIille Mnnkrat George Archer Brown xvhosc house is close to the Canoqa marshes in the toxvn of Fayctte Seneca County X V has in his possession a white mnskrat Like the white der tits white robin and the white black bird this is a very rare animal era dition having it that tuft once be fore has one been seen in central Sew York xxaters Mr Brown cap tured the rat a ftillgroxvn one during the highxxater period upon the submerged MoiiUviiinn marshes where it had been droxvned out of its usual haunts by the flood He1 succeeded in capturing it alive anti values it highly It differs from the common ninskrat only in color liar hug instead of a ruddy or dark brown fur almost a pure white itchr Costly luiicJicon The little granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Brown of Kmporia Kan sxxal lowed a sObiH a few daysago Mrs Brown had received two if0 bills in a letter and had laid then on a trtble by her while she read tic letter The little girl carte in picked up one of the bills and began to chew it and swallowed all of it except the corner on which the figure 50 was stamped This was taken to a bnnker to see what could be done to get a dew one for it but he said nothing could be done as the government required the num ber of the bill I nni1 nivlntnn In China Agricultural land in China jis dii vided into three classes each class paying a different rate Firstclass lands are In fertile valleys with a good depth of soil and a gocd water sup I producing anriniSy two crop of rice or one cropcof sugar cane Seconriojass lauds arc generally situated higher up the slopes of hills and Iiave not such a good water supply as the first class The thirdclass lands ire those situated oa still higher slopes and are far removed from a good water Supply THE HANNA BOOM Terry IlrnthM Iullii Elrnrt to Ilc conic IVIIIMVII JIM till Orig Iiiul ItuuMtcr Hen Perry S Heal1 one time first assistant pn master general hits he gun early his prepalotions for the campaigni of 1904 and has just launched a little presidential boom It slid off the ways into the water of the politicalseaI without Imiahuga tremendous splash The name offered to the swill boom iis Mark JInnnn The boom xvas Iniinchcd in a peculiar man ner slid off the xxays sidexvays as it n crt after the fashion of launching boats on the Clyde Mr lleut byway of preliminary declared his belief that Mr Hanna could get the nomi nation easier and be elected easier than any other man in the United States Then Mr Heath says hTh r nplf have an erroneous fdn of Mr Maii i s r sard him simply IH r cam paign TrHjaij r and a rich mn who has Inherited wiharthlng but the sOitrs mat a prtceet ought to be This estimate of the distinguished Ohioan Mr Heath dherts to be quite erroneous Tin people at large dont know Mr Hauna lie insists and so he starts out at tutee on what is evi dently to be a campaign of introduc tion For tits xears Mr Jieath Buys he has enjoyed the closest intimacy with Mr Hanna and hits seen him tackle problems that have staggeredI old stagers and solve them so easily as to astonish everybody This reminds out of Capn Cntties comment on the astuteness of Sol Gills tin old instrument maker Telling of what the luau of science could do he ex claimed Why he knoll make a clock And that clock would go too Lor how that clock would go nut Mr Heath must lull stronger arguments than this before Mr Han na can be elected or even nominated I has taken five years ofhtloSI in timacy to bring Mr Heatn to this xxny of thinking What chance then for the people at large to become lon ximed that Hanna is the right nine fW president No Mr Hauna will not do and those who manag the nlTiiirs of the republcan party will nut HP foolish enough to consider Min soriousy in connection with the nomination lie would be one of the tasiest eandiilaies to defeat that mould IM selected A mash xvho hats borne the relation xvhich Hanna has in the public mindaft least to two administ ration is never the man to be nominated for the presidency if yor want to win Hanna himself realizes that he iis not available and xvJien Mr lien IIi made a suggestion sf the possiblity of his being nomi nated Mr Tlimna is said to have re marked Dont talk nonsense only Jv said it a little more so than that Tints mighty good 8chil fear that Mr Heath will not accomplish much beyond putting himself on rec ord as the original Hanna man Utica ObserverTHIRD TERM FOR MKINLEY An Vnvrrlttrn Iiov AtrnliiMt Such nn Uveiit Which VI1I Not lie Overridden Some of tIle Ulspn ptrs arl ra wing the inference from the hospitable and nt times cflTusixe welcome the presi dent has been receiving al along the route on his present tour that he will construe the character of these dem onstrations us an indication that a third term is possible for hint and trim his electioneering sails accordingly This conclusion might be warranted if only the surface of things were taken into consideration forminga judgment about so important a mat ter but happily there is opposed to it the past history of the country the unwritten law and Mr McKiuley is hardly fatuous enough to attempt to override this law Reside he xvoiild encounter from tin leaders of his own party no less diffii cult an obstacle should he lend himself to a third term idea than the one just stated There are too many republic an politicians now managing time ma chinery of their party who are hunger ing anti thirsting for a first term to al loxv any one of their number to run a thirdone Xo republican was ever stronger po liticnlly than Gen Grant I1 flu could not with his great military prestige and the credit of leaving saved the union from destruction secure a third term nomination it iis hardlyl possible that Maj MeKinlcy would be able to do so In thus connection the New Orleans Picayune recalls and reprints a reso lutidn adopted by congress in Decem her ISTi more than a year before Gen Grant concluded his second term It was intended to forestall any third term movement and read as follows HesoIviMl That in the opinion of thi house time precedent established by Washington and other presents in retiring from the prcaidcntin office after ttheir second term has become by universal concurrence a part of our republican system of government filth that army departure from this time honored custom would be unwise nn pntriotie and fraught with peril to our free institutions The vote on this resolution stood 214 to IS If President McKinlcv should as we think unlikely atetmpt to break the established rule he will find rub lic sentiment as decisively against any such unprecedented infraction as it was whom Gen Grant was president anti when he was subsequently can didate nail was overxxhelnmiglv de fated at the Chicago convention that nominated Garfield = Kansas Otx TmesfMark beiJh1100nt1Iif Teddy Roosevelt iis also soStLouis 1 TO REDUCE THE TARIFF- Grorrtlt jJI of RcnubIlvnnMI1ceuT00 Jiieli Protection nUtu4lng yPreoitJeut I IIJS- Cvelts r lntl tO the slucess of thetmrifTm h Hartford Courant mentions till Pitt teas ti striking ilhlHtrutiun or protectivetarlilt frizetra jlrs teCtl Iirovi plate u5tn derisive hmfVllfilth my he so Free traoVrs rhieyaremadeas Prlttymollists un hut is a genermt- lpripos1ti i we do not know that any lilt clenjjijl that protection iif sutli licli ihl purprp1IS1111rt batll1uns in MinlleMtta w ithb- 1iJb110 utltlion Rut has nut the- tih1tla Jrgament Proved tau muCh ItlN1 ikubtedly bleu a great thing t plate t rust and some In iwiina i6n have bucume mult mil fir atsiuse of it but if the u e ryof the industry were nltitf d it were pos iblf to count pt old it be said that the tin 1 wiserl quostitin as to prgfUe It is not whether it eau 1 111the thing in view but ivjUhtltqlaaty not in the words of tutpr make us pav tot dl05t1t8t1L and whether an en teii people xvoiild not in the long r lrusper more greatly by the ddjeiomjjjjut tint thty would naturnl lxjjiat v Iut this too is merely irtllllllllfrir fur we have protection liaxe hUt in the nitnern sense since the cixlvarI If we get back to the orrlaatscnse only xve may be thank flip sail there are signs of promise inHba direction Thus the ennui Ut say f lt xrqUU have hen well If Mr Kooe veU had carried his elliitatlonx a step rtiCthtijAinil had pointed out that pro taSthe WtifTs are a means to ar erU and that xyli ina protected interest reaches SUtOi nwsperKy anti growth ail to build u t atexviprk ajlil should be removed from that partlcii 4 industry The purpose of pro tcctlon jiJfj esable an industry to establb 11 melt so 2h tit Cn Jet along xvithuut pro tection ytiten It reaches that point then tlldre llt IM further nerdut protection Ill rt 1IfygSHf question that t abH liIrK a- tiltst fniWirtf rOI the wholeI country ts rvl1 ita 011 Vf ttn tot 9nt tat I tuCrpeiSfld 1s atPCd Aral litre Is no cntdst tjlftt c rlw Industries stlil btnelitu by lIlttvy It e tariffs are combirtd lIn trmdta die wslrjj the tariff to mal 4rnr11i incre thr i the rtt ui tlv Kwdd 1Jtt b te art t acd to their 0 MI ttIIe pilfflE This xxlll trot be tol ra d after ItW i3l rtooJ- rhufi lh idea iis jrroxvinjr visa ia tiuiny flfpiiSBcns tier has been pro 1 visit o6 much and the time has tjorne xthetrft must be abated ThN o ti f revaagliitiniir WJunfltn party originally puuslt- lont us n means toward fret lrfitnta ttlUphrar expedient not a l Permintmii policy 11iiis already a matter of general oh vafion That the republican party wjlj bo coiifpellcd to abate the tariff The effort will not be easy nor xvil cats crown it at test The selfiu Etest thnt vas secured the tariff will y strong to maiutajn it but with the opposition at home and with the ne gfsiths for going1 broad it seems uertaiatlintwe are on thtW of a re ifutation of the tar Tin multi partlcu- tais Indianapolis Xexvs hutS tOPINIONSrl ilr Hanna is one of those re pftjlicans described by Mr Uabcock mien who hold the high protective WrI iltas a fetich to be worshiped and noJU toiichrd It is contrary to all logici that the tariff should touched bjltlusI uoph On the contrary the p PPle must expect to be touched bytfthe tariffAlhanyrg- ustlrJ Hanna tells his local nevs paper organ that it is ridiculous to- ni ltion his name in connection with time presidency Ve compliment the sep tOr upon the result of his intro 11sJ1his discretion President Mark Hanna lime shades of Washington aril Liu coin need not be disturbed Clevc laijil 1 IMnin Dealer f Tlu tariff troubles of tliev repub lican party are appearing Tilt Leaf Tobacco association does not want rcfclprbcijty xxith Cubu Furthermore if Yticomes to that th association will not wnnt annexation and thieve arty other interests of the same mind What n1tmt led web we weave xvhea wcpHgilito practice tcrritoriarexpan sioni nljidianapolis sews IInd j It is far from certain that the re publicans eat elect a majority of the nexl lioiiH of representatives under anxHircnnwtances It iis morally certain that they will be routed in the effort Tif they tjo to the countrywith oiitlinxing enacted antitrust tariiY legislation on the lines proposed by Kijire entativc ISabcock the sag ltioll chainmin of their congressional com mittcej Ynshington Post 7 Tbt republican party of today is as fanrcimve u in its principles anti piirpuKgH from the republican party callinclinl Sumner and Greeley as are theantjpotlps of the earth They have nothingfjn common but the name It is the servant and instrument of tae money power trusts andcorporations andito jremltr service to monopolies it noxVX lles anil moves and has its be ing Xutional Watchman Iti tariff reform iis to berexixed it mubtbe revived by the leaders and the people must be educated again to its imp rtxnce There never was a tithe whenth re vas such a need of rex rhthii old democratic doctrine Protectitin Li the fostering parent of imam of the largest trusts It enables the Vtnerican trust to charge the-y Anierican consumer 50 per cent more than it charges the foreign consumer It has become a distinctly anti Atner canpystcai Memphis Appeal J 4 tea- rRELIABLE R B B R E V A RDJ Has a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware whichis offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market ustif estALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS REPRlffllDS 1 ROOFING A SPECLILTY = +t liltCXBi41JI i I 14mI r 11 HlCIOIAX KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Ranking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers llrchlntsaJll Manufacturers respectfully solicited n The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Mosler Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars 0- IL T TYLER President W r JOHNSON Casuler U A HOLCOMBE VicePresident S AMBERG Asst Cashier r HIOKMAN WAGON CJO r- 21AsCFACTU ERs UP TIII CKKUKATC JeXM4 WAGO SrJ tIH1cE LAN XENTUCKY IlTIUTHOinHHHI RESTORED The weak made strong bytho usa of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles warmth Make pure power rich blood vigor impart energy THEY NEVER FAIL No matter how hopeless the cast may mrm AitonWiIn and quick re sults They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the rao ppxrer 1 EqnrNatural Vejetabltt Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital are the product of the latest nesterlnauentlyNerveTablets sWHful and learned research Ire ftheelaradatenaNledleaTheI every time used They begin attic seat of the disease n lau iho andandamiWUrrltNImpotency Night Losses Vericocele bad clfrtts of Tobacco and Whiskey LUol ITlallllUUU Tired Feeling Sleeplessness Nervous Debility Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Vertigo St Vltus Dance Nervous Headache backache TretnbHnjNumbness Lost Power nnd all such tietoowill brln the Bloosi of Health to Pals Faces odd pleaMim to life We could clTe Thus sands of Tootimonials tint your best way is to try them We refund the money iif a euro Is not nfimcd Try thrin and f von want it you ran have your money Iwuk Just for the asking Prifu tOca boX of ten days tentmJ M I homes FJa StCurIy zoaIld ly mull lostAC atamlta talon lama RS casli Address THE NERVO BEMEDY CO 308 Wont Jefferson St LowViile Ky Solo Agents for tho United States Sold by CowgW Cowgill LotV Rat to Texas At fre M ient intervals durtI t ung 1901 round trip tickets will be sold via the jCfign Belt Route U rObrn Cairo and t ft emPhis to points J JJJ Arkansas Louis Jnha Texas and 1 I Indtan and Okla f tcma Territories t tI5 2 ate greatly reduced 1 i t f i 1if 1 i l 1 tril you when you can secure onetIIyitIl lowrite tidcrtsmiad what it win We will also send you a tomplete 33- schedule lot the trip and an intr ins ine bclcMA Trip to Tt1aSof 1 f ftOOlI T Pl CWtflL tWo UKUME tP dTASLhakMR Ltaves Chicago at 630 p m daily q rla Taite CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY l- ArrhU J St Paul atT50I m II Mfnnclpallsat830a m VVV f The Only Perfect Train c in tHWJd k 1 i i i 4IJ to 6- fi I r I n Your Uncle Samuel Hot weather furniture should Le clean cool and convenient Your uu ele Sunnel for example knows how to btain a good rest Our beds chairs and porch furniture arc the most comfortable and graced1 made Prices arc low Huv now UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT f The Undertakers Department 1iis upstairsi wlieiv ve i keep a itlll I lele line of Caskets Collins Burial llobes Snits etc E t AirPhillipalso lives up stair over the store whereI he pall he omul t guy time day or i IIIghtII L f e u Local and Personal Raspberries transplanted in late May j when tho new growth has well started spadefulPersons having any business with the Menget Uox Co will find C L Walker the general manager upstairs over the f Ilickmau 13 ink Messrs Tyler and Remle succeeded in getting that august but useless State Board of Equalization to reduce their tax rate raise 2 per cent which loaves the raise S percent ou lands and personality Town lots rennin the same Crystal presentTeni place Saturday night June 1st II1hoI the Methodist church DID YOU EVER SEE i I A Platiuo Photo flu edale makes thoJJ Genuine Platino or Carbon finished Photos Y NThere has been much discussion as to whether the constitution follows the flag but the business man may rest as sured that trade follows the advertise ment regardless of politicb lynchedinhas affirmed a judgment of 5000 against lynchingsMiss Lena McGehee the accomplish ed music teacher of Carr Institute Fulton who was reelected to that position has declined to accept and announces that she will teach iu Little Rock Ark next term TONIGHT AT CITY HALL Tonight there will be a delightful entertainment at City Hall by the advanced pupils of HickmanCollege con I BurlesqueOperetta I tho oracle the Goddess of Liberty Tho theytCox Miss Leone aud Misses ULnnsfordiif2i fl Building j Material 1 i I 1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM I 1I BE tJ n erct and Wildows Shingles c JjjDoorsi Builders and Cement Hardware 1j Paints Oils etc 3 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY i ii J FURNISHED n FEED STUFFS it j I J Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc I 1 L P WS Ellison r v w v w w t HERS a BAKERY AND j CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AN- DCONFECTIONERIESI I i OLINTONSTREEI iI HIOKMXK AErlCI I Ii Telephone Number 90 t I 1 i u i TIer Herr IriOrt1 Smith the tinner thor fOuehliv competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Roofing and and all kinds OfTin Work Give him a call v T BB BREVAKD l k I t I ir j Shudders al His Past I recall now with horror says Mail Carrier liurnett Maun of Levanna O hay three years of siitltiring from Kid ney trouble IWlS hardly ever free mybackme groan I felt tired wornout about ready to gave up when 1 began to ue Electric Hitters but six bottles cant pletnly cured me and mad mo feel like a new man Theyre unrivalled to I regulate Stew albs Liver ItiduandBUlls Prfect satisfaction guaran i teed bytowgill 1 Cowgill Only to JaJtJ 0IIWMIN Si S9I J 1 1 I FIBB l1NtiIiA OFFICE AT P M1 BAXK ILfe Salmon is visiting his uncle in I ackson Tenn Messrs Lon Roby and Robert Lane I visited in Wiugo Sunday The wife of Secretary lastnweek of heart trouble tho result of grip complications ifs Dr C H Hubbard who has een at Hot Springs for several weeks returns homo tomorrow Miss Blanche Davidson of Dyer leaves today for home after a 2 or f weeks visit heroII I The Courier Is indebted to Mrs Gal lie Parker of Los Angeles for late California 1 papers of of much interest A Mr Alfred McDauiel and wife have left Florida for their summer visit to this section Mr J U Dodds John Stubbs and Will Baltzer leave Monday to attend Confederate ReUnion at Memphis Master TDrcwryIrs Emma Hill of Fulton and Mrs Lima EllLston of Gates Teun who have been visiting Mrs W S Rone return fledHis friends in Greater New York are inJ Hon John G Carlisle to become candidate for mayor of that city on what Is kuown as the autiTammauy ticket The Kentucky Press Association ex ecutive committee met Saturday and decided on an annual meeting at Madi augustthe 2 the West throI The Great Confederate I1IIemphiclose at hand and most of the old Tohny gofemphlsomeMr D J Caldwell one of Union nttornephasthe bar and prominent democrats allover the circuit to make the race for the attorneygeneralship of the new district legislatureFourteenth district and composed of the counties of Obion Dyer Lauder dale Lake Tipton Fayettc aud Weak lerII pay Wm Young for corn destroyed in tho Gov CTiptouvilleproperly allowed and approved all the way up but the Auditor said there was no money in the Treasury out of which CongressmanWheeler comber and see what can be done for such claims Now that the water has receded from the bottom lands the farmers who have been prevented from planting their corn r aecrop or those who have been compelled to replant are making up for lost time by working early and late and keeping closely at it in tho meantime Hun dreds of plows and planters may bo seen both breaking and planting the corn It may be safely assumed that within tho next ten days thousands of acres of corn will be planted in the ground lately overflowed by the river There is yet abundant time to mako a good crop and river bottom farmers arc going in with a determination to win1Zt Beware of u Cough mptonawhich are the most dangerous and fa tal diseases have for their first indica tion a persistent cough and if treated as soon as this cough appears are easily cured Chamberlains cough remedy has proven wonderfully sue cessful and gained its wide reputationil a and extensive sale by it success in curing the the diseases which cause coughing If it iis not beneficial it will not east you Cotrgilldruggist t7 t ih i r rn 1 I WOrld Wide Reputation j I 1 I l 4 4 I 2 fR I i E1 l list altrli I I I t is a oiiijunsoM 11t it line Itf I MensP and dins Dont always Secure ritorious Article ICIttO S n 1 s andl O Jii4dd U 1 With others at thi SIM11 t f rfirM ITtc teoriliii to your own judgment I feres what violKjr you fur 2IM An exclient I line off Mns ViriI 1Ivi l fvioss nv tilnlrs alJ s I in plainI French and Globf toe Ln3 miniI Um rss Then we have a fVov i Oil f St r Hntpriv l hilt a little h Mvier thin ill1rrti Vr is1 i Uir i litr u M MIH tine Shoes at 32oO an1 S30 tnt are witinI 1 1 1l tht the Ixtst Shoes in l1ikmul mnfi 1o s Vlik shags in Iliriw from Jtr to 20t Boys iiinl Youths StrHH in ails r r111 gtadei from 100 tto 250Our Lidifs Patent Kid S1Hml1 10rfirl from 3 to 350 are hard to heal lift 11 a uhlan ite th1 r pj vvs to suit you 1Ve are I I IhruIYomTHE CASH SHOE STORE e2YIo- n 8 3 v I I t o PAIINJTS PAINcS large shipment of Ready Mixed Paints Oils TurpLMitiiisi t Varnishes Stains Paint Bruslies 1 Whitewash Brush B0 cs etc etevust received by c TTtAT r nl1l o Jt1 tid Ii i bn n CJCJ If yen need anything in this line let him ake you prices before buyingt COMEUP STPiIRS a Having leased my dry goods store to Ro Cl Bros I have moved my stock upi tfl11S over the grocery room opposite Dr Davidsons Dental parlor where I wills continue to sell at cost all the remainder of my goods Please calll if you want anything in this line very cheap V H UCA1AN fro1L ait fl f lI tX1 f1I TItr11illJ l lJl liJJ J i- TC 1 j J oorios Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement V analcnoI 11 =z customersIOmmotto is UOOD Ufp 3 at lFiVER PIUCE3 Try us Clitton Street felphrinuGonc1s Promptly Deli vercd BILIOUSNESS is a condition character lby a disturbance of the digestive or gnus The stomach is debiliatod tho COllitipaWlThere bowels dizziness coated tougueyomit digestedY1 Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach nndlcrciUe IhrJ plliver to a healthy action andlrcgn ttroiwltlNho1rO suIt For solo hy Cow Ell L Cow iI1 drnggists Hickman tJ lJ 0 y SJ a S l 4Ii 0I0d f C E EAKER f HAftVE1NG MMA 1 Hnl RY Piano Binders Mowers andlI flakes The best lowest prices and easy terms Also general as sortment of Family Groceries Subscribe forThe COURIER S z College Gommencoment ankMiL eoMvi t m City Hull Ad li I i jI 1j ihirFtt JOe hu i j jIIIrnfplI1It Sr- ul i rhlilll by tKid V K Kn mI Tm rouular examination will 11i ia IllGla tho 2itJi and utmu i h e I i i n at City Ii iii Y itt I icutI t I Im F vili litre i tli icliitillg 11 i al ti dIH IU mm IN DRIVES 1IIIIIirIH poimn into tatsUutt l Statesl ttinj ptrttmtipi faili ultmil r howpwr o ninth as tin eli 1 and 4 I iratr of thminv arrival thatJ iuu is YtiieriiMiis 10 ptti i4tiuiI wholesale jiiiiiu rttivv In rffrnu ro tn 0 1 cilXii i Nw Yl rli dUplLl s y thc viKvJ lhuhl three case ofs ntltrxat illit hr I11771 i st vriij pVNcMgiTi As Iii fvidiu of mime disritni nation by th hethhejfthr the report rati1 li tt ertg pusscugfis with sr tI ai ivjirfd Vhe i that news Ktt1I Minny Italy or wherever else thchami agid oj ficsan imt rteil from tiurv will proiubly hJ an ai rdeni iid for O lo i ntl Sellers famous eye watrI The prei n i fxtrionliuirv inruigra tiotj pro tl ly ariss front tvt tm es and if thfinf ren Heonvt taesireuniis moro likely to swell in vulnni thin Hiilnid Magnified stories of prjspurity i in the IJniterl States institute one in eeittvetad thin industrial dprirtsion illij Kuroh is smother Thro is m lik li hood of au early chingti in tlnsa cn rtitioiis and the problem ratiswd by the great influx of cheap and undesirable i lalKir Is therefor rnastantlv Incoming more grve Ooijvsi will probably j take up this quotum at tht next session j hut there se uu to b no present ui MIS of relief The discrimination agiitist fore eyis in view of the repwtiiHl1 land ing of paupers autrchUts tad other criminals is snggenlive1 of straining at j a gnat anti s AM 1 lowing a ca eel d n n tmut j i huiiie furnishing vahis liars i II really iu rout an eio i v uutuicalst Theris J every n inisiti sryJiftatup in the Juffrins ivery idea that adds toI t the beauty of home but XlIIplt1I vl h parfinlrlv reaniiT- L I ahhI prices rrles that tt cll dropped vo t1r Mnvmuh udpoimt emphasize the ecruuomy buying For theres iof new idonBof comforts what brightest and but J- t tbl especially f t buying 43r 1 Springs I j 4 Coinbinntiou 1 only 1 V 9 1Wj Wb AN IMPORTANT 11- Ii July 22 to 25 there will he heldI I in world eongress to consid er methods fur eradicating tuberculosis PhHiciulls und mien of seamen Europe sill nut America will compose the coucress cfording 1 to circular anuonncements time information already gained home and abroad shows that consump tion and forms of tuberculosis I j preventable and controllable jI bv intelligent precautions remains the direct cause a high rate of de and sickness thII No other disease kills so many Medical science which has accomplished j so much in directions to bo j i battled by this terrible malady Withiu jj the last few years the claim has beeuItoad that consumption I the assert that are effecting cures Cures may be and are effected in the early stages of the dis ease but no appreciablo headway has boon made against its ravages judging tho mortality statistics Sometimes persons recover the disease without ever having treated for it or even kuowing they had generally accepted or at growing is that it not hereditary and Ihtlicf spread by infection cau be pro vented At tho Loudon congress wit and pathological demonstrations be given pathological and logical collections charts models etc will bo shown and the historical geo graphical and statistical aspects of the subjects will bo considered The greatest single triumph tho history of medical science will have beoirachioved wheuacuro for the white death is+ IIWunbllng Tragedies result of tho booming of valuesI IOno York Stock Exchange and the I dealItragic side of speculation along with its fascinating phases In Chicago two young uon who Had lost their all in tho corn gamlilf wont to a hotel in company j lint They wore from a itunnlry town and had been drawn into the trrctin speculation by the ac wont of the marvelous winnings being mad in the corn pit They lost 10000 in OIIH IIand on tlae afternoon of Ithat their desperate attempt at suifide wsw made In Nmv York a tuna of 50ii vvl o had lN n speculating in tho slock was reading oil the news front th ttiUer in tin brokers ollice Sud i diiily t h iv unio the news of Ithe sharp Irek in which was on Krid iy ufttTtioon man at tho tick i or snw inca of fortune staring j him in the fare He Tend where f he stood It is surprising to me sand Coroner Ohanlon New York that more teen have not died from the same CU1IL f A 11 r 11 3V 1II JAI i I Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have IIrumpt attention iI ALL FUEL MUST BE PAlO FOR ON DELIVERY I URT i5 OF STEAM COALS I Alex A Paris Son 1 kqQ r I What May Brings tts You I tho i1 lit of such here May comers uiI j generous quantity and striking modern home r 1ill clever furnUhingsof is most used with prices along easy Hints that influencefacts that shonld direct your I1ffoi i J Howl I ron Beds mill at ip575 J jt1 350tFine Mattresses at 1 i f STEPHENS SMITH fJ- f tZ 4 t t dc t CONGRESS fl1ront London u rOllrtcntntio front othcial i both at i other although still of other scorns can be doctors they many from from been that it The least is clini will bacterio iu discovered on took IHJSUU little dIY market prices scurcn The ruin of I ALL lines ffA MOST HIGHLY- APPRECATED COMPLIMENT I scent Paducah Register 1Editor George Warren who publishes Courier the oldest news paper in Western Kentucky celebrated his sixty first birthday anniversary last week Ill Warreu established the longIits town aud county Mr Warren is an able and conservative editor and he publishes a clean high class newspaper Sorerasale but in each instance has decided to tarry a littlo longer in tho editorial harness The paper is today pretty much what it has been for years and years a modest country weekly making no great pretentious but always read able aud interesting and recognized far and wide as one of tho substantial pa pers of Kentucky Mr Warren is a newspaper man of the first class but he has been reasonably content to rem tin at Ilickmau and print a good weekly paper When ambition has tempted limn to larger ventures in the field of human effort ho has given him self tho benefit of the doubt and has stood by tho Courier While he is not a Vanderbilt in wealth ho has achieved some degree of financial success aud has prospered in the good will and good graces of his fel low men When he retires from the tripod ho will have the satisfaction of knowing that no Kentucky editor has left behind a cleaner or more honorable record r a- nl t t L I f Your V cle Samuel Hot weather furniture should be clean cool and convenient Your un ele Sunnel for example knows how to btain a good rest Our peels chairs and porch furniture arc the most comfortable anti graccft liiadc Prices are low Tiny now v UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT umplttetinei Mr Phillips also 1 lives up stair over the store where he can he fouml any time day or night MORRIS PHILLIPS H us Local and Personal Raspberries transplanted in late May1 startedby j spadeful I I theMengeltheHickman I Messrs Tyler and Remloy succeeded I in getting that august but useless Htatott Board of Equalization to reduce their tax rate raise 2 per cent which leaves the raise 8 percent on landsand person ality Town lots rennin the same Crystal presentTen Jplacei j i J The performance is for the benefit of i the Methodist churchiii DID YOU EVER SEE A Platino Photo Rosedale makes theJGenuine flatino or Carbon finished Photos There has been much discussion as to whether the constitution follows thew 9flagbut the business man may rest as sured that trade follows the advertise ment regardless of politicb lynchedinhas affirmed a judgment 5000 against lynchingsMiss Lena McGehee the accomplish ed music teacher of Carr Institute Ful I positionhasthat she will 11nextTONIGHT AT CITY HALL Tonight there will be a delightful en tertainment at City flail by the advanced pupils of HickmanCollege con BurlesqueOperettathe oracle the Goddess of Liberty The r Three Graces etc In the music theyIa will probably be assisted by Mrs Belle Cox Miss Leone and Misses uLunsford1 1 j 1 Building i Materialt 1 1t1 ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM 1 1 BEH I 4 Doors and Windows Shingles c i Lime and Cement j1 1Builders Hardware 1 N Paints Oily etc ESTIMATES i CHEERFULLY r i FURNISHED FEEDSTUFFS I Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etcII r 1 r P WS r VT v I GARUTHERS I t BAKERY AND 1 f CONFECTIONERY i i FRESH BREAD CAKES AND ji CD NFECTI0NEfllES 1 I CLINTON STREET I n IIIO lAY KENTUCKY 1 vTelephoneNumbcr 90 1 r I totY iTIeri Here r MrX3E Smith the tinner thor oughty competent and skilled is nowg with R B Brevard Roofing and nod all aril anff 1 i b fietaI 4dtIf t l J r 1 I 1 I 1fl 1 cumnor Shudders at His Last I recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Lovanna 0 my three years of suffering from Kid Hey trouble I was hanlly over free mybackme groan I felt tired wornout about uoIcornu new ntwLheyre unrivalled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowels Perfect satisfaction guaran teed by Oowgill C Cow ilI Only SOc isJ Jt t B j N URAUii- j m i I IIIRC INSUIlANUI iurrs1 OFFICE AT F 511 BANK I I Lee Salmon is visiting his uncle in ackson Tenn Messrs Lon Roby and Robert Lane visited in Wingo Sundays The wife of Secretary Gage died last eek of heart trouble the result of grip complications Mfs Dr C H Hubbard who has at Hot Springs for several weeks returns homo tomorrow Dyerleaveweeks visit hero The Courier is indebted to Mrs Cal lie Parker of Los Angeles for late California papers of of much interest airs Alfred McDaniel and wife have Florida for their summer visit to tins section Mr J II Dodds John Stubbs anti Will Baltzer leave Monday to attend Confederate ReUnion at Memphis Master Milton Commins of Rives Tenu visited Mr and Mrs T W Drewry Saturday and Sunday Mrs Emma Hill of Fulton and Mrs Lima Elliston of Gates Tenn who have been visiting Mrs W S Ronoy return hpmo yesterday His friends in Greater New York are in Hon John G Carlisle to become candidate for mayor of that city on what is known as the antiTammany ticket The Kentucky Press Association ex ecutive committee met Saturday and decide on an annual meeting at Mad Augustthe 2 West Tho Great Confederate Reunion at Memphis May 23 29 and 30 is now close at hand and most of the old Johny goMemphis come Mr D J Caldwell one of Union attorneyshasthe bar and prominent democrats allover the circuit to make the race for trio attorneygeneralship of the new district legislatureFourteenth district and composedof the couuties of Obion Dyer Lauderdale Lake Tipton Fayette and Weak ley The Auditor of the Treasury has ro fusel to pay tho claim of Mr Wm Young for corn destroyedin tho Gov ernment survey of the Hickman aud Tiptonville Levee This claim was properly allowed and approved all the way up but tho Auditor said there was no money in the Treasury out of which CongressmauWheeler cember and see what can be done for such claims Now that the water has receded from the bottom lauds the farmers who have been prevented from planting their corn crop or those who have been compelled- to replant are making up for lost time by working early and late and keeping closely at it in tho meantime Hun dreds of plows and planters may be seen both breaking and planting tho corn It may be safely assumed that within the next ten days thousands of acres of corn will be planted in the ground lately overflowed by tho river There is yet abundant time to make a good crop and river bottom farmers are gomg In with a determination to win Beware ofaLough symptom which tire the most dangerous and fa tal diseases have for their first indica properlytreatedare easily cured Chamberlains cough remedy has proven wonderfully sue cessful and gained Us wide reputation and extensive sale by iits success in cnr ing the diseases which cause coughing Juadruggist Hickman i i wt ii r i a d = J =i V 1 J I I WOrldo Wide epar1ti n I j 1 I1 I Mens and Woman1 Don aivlays ttII Meritorious Article 1 i 1i best lvt rtist d is not JlwIY s the test isat Wt ask I is a I tompirison of our line ursS R t i I i i I I tO f I SH33S Oxfords I I yoi I With others at the s tla rjirM IVi according to your own I i f I excellentI French and Globe toe Tna i ll11l Congress Then we have a fymvi l f Shr sang pried but a little I lheavier thin tin Viet NWfalo hiv a lib IIf Muns fine Shoes at 5250 and3O1 thjJQr without a doubt the hest Shoe in lickinm V I We have an extraordJIiariym1 MJIIH W iirk Shoes in prire from 93o to S t1 IBovs and Youths I001Cp 1 to 250 7 TJ1dieiPt t 350ttIOur to heat Give us a trial Vl11li tGhpries 3 to stiit yonfC are sole agents for the Patent fttlrrr Stine that wont break thro Your money back if you are not satisfied aJ I THE CASH SHOE STORE iee 8 ffaylor I 1 1Ita 8iiAl srl ar I =A f J I A1ItTZI 11rn1 J11I J J I I 51 I A large shipment of Ready Mixed Paints Oils Tarpanfciiie i VVarnishes Stains Paint Brushes Whitewash Brushv byHJj r + T T StVAfiNE druggist If yon need anything in this line let him make you prices before buying COME UP STJtIRSa Having leased my dry goods store to Roper Bros I have moved my stock upstairs over tIle grocery room opposite Dr a willtilasollcontinue to sell at cost all the remainder of my goods Please1 call iif you want anything in this line very cheap H BT1CEIANANL LEDJFJ UI RHCLL Groceries Fresh Meatsj Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement f IWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery anti not pains will be siurou to please our customers Our motto isctliOJD Gp 0b3 at FiVtR PRICES Try us Clinton Street 1 veredelphaneJi BILIOUSNESS is a condition chlkctr ized by a disturbance or the digdftivoor JlelierThere is a loathing of food pain 1rlbe bowels dizziness coated tongue Pewit ing first of digested or partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains allytliedisturbances a healthy appetite Theyal5O600u11 the liver to a healthy action manlate the bowels Tr them andyou urn certain to be nneh pleasei witli lh ltfuz suIt For sale by Cowngill co druggists WllJj- i l HiCkmans IMf f f ii 9 t UI a t and RJPAVT- 1Na MA1EftY Piano Binders Mowers and Rakes The best lowest prices and easy terms Also general as sortment of Family Groceries w Subscribe for The COURIER I t x CommencementI To iiitfUt conceit at City Hall Art mission adapts 16e children lOe Sunday strimot at t lie tElJrgr by T31 ct IVsS Ho nay Ttn rosrular exituiioatiou will be ii MtwuUy the 27th and routinno I hrwgli the week CityIi I i i i i ir willad the yruluatiii g 11111 rrMnt sir dipiuti COMiNS IN DROVES Imtni riats pounnjc into th Unitodl StaUw at the putssteamshipcihs fall DltUtIcharacter of tlw new arrivals thtt IaiuoiInysthepvtmaccrI w 4t erjije passeugets with son ey sare rejected When that news gets to unnuy Italy or wherever elM the dam aged optics are imported from there will probably be an active demand for Colo nn eyewaterThe nigratinnand if the inference iioS eorre t the treim in more likely to swell in volume than subside Magnified stories of prosperity in the United States uoiHtitute one in centive and the industrial depression in Europe Is another There ianohood of an early change in theselikliI aiUon mind the problem caused by tile grett influx of cheap and uodeainible labor is therefore constantly booming probablytake ontnIIi criminals its snggestive of stniiniujj at gnat and swallowing n camel In + K = 13 In the good way of furniture and- yC home furnishing values hers 1Jrreally means mach from an our rty uouiiual stHdpoiut Thorns w rf every rtxjuiatite stylefoatnro in tho ji oiroriiigs idea that adds to the boauty of the home but allplett witli pttrticularlv reason IVc able price prices that well little Brain mad their stood have have H every i such For May comers theres onerous and striking ideas home comforts tf clovor what is maid with 1 should direct f Wire Cots f Flue only zt AN I CONGRESS l rom there will be held j in London a world congress consid I for and men of j science from Europe Asia anti America will compose tho coutnrcss According i to olhciaj circular tho jj already gained both i home and abroad shows that consump ii I tion and other forms although and controllable I by still remains the direct cause ot a high rate death and sickness No other disease so many people Medical science which has so much other directions to bailed by this terrible malady Within j tho last few years the claim has been made that can bo cured the doctors assert that they are effecting cures Cures may and are effected in the early stages the dis ease but headway has been made ravages judging from the mortality statistics Some times persons recover from the disease without ever having been treated for it or even knowing they had it The generally growing belief that it is not and that its spread by infection can pre vented At tho London congress clini cal and will bo given and bacterio logical collections charts models etc will be shown and the historical geo and statistical aspects the subjects will bo The greatest single triumph the of medical will have when u cure forthe while death is i a I TragediesIi a result of the booming of values on tho New York Stock Exchange and the the corn deal Chicago iis that the people this ex cited country are getting a view of the tragic ride of along with its I twoII toy company and poison They wore from a j country town and had been drawn into tins by the ac i connts the marvelous winnings being in the corn pit They lost 10000 r in one tiny and on afternoon Ithat d ly despemU + attempt at suitdde r j 50imarket was marling oil tho news from j the ticker in the brokers oilice SudIi 1 I tLrpIi Friday The man at the tick I tldughimlie It is surprising to said j Coroner Chanlon of New York that i mon men not died from the same cause tI i CJOJALV i 1 i J I t I Pittsburg and Eureka Orders with lush will I prompt attention Ii ALL FUEL BE PAID FOR ON DELIVERY ALL GRVDE3 OF STEAM COALS A t 1 r IIIBrtigs1You f f ouiphasizo the ocMUOiny of buying hero az1 f s quantity of now of modern i h in furnishings of brightest most used Jut influencefactsI fthat your buying hOctIIi 575 fJGood Iron Beds with Springs at 135Firstclass at t Combination Mattresses at 350 t 1 tr r STEPHENS SMITH t1K r 1 1 1 IMPORTANT July 22 to 26 to or methods eradicating tuberculosis Physicians representative I announcements information at of tuberculosis preventable intelligent precautions of kills accomplished in seems be consumption many be of no appreciable agamtits that accepted or at least is hereditary be pathological demonstrations pathological graphical of considered in history science beenachioved discovered Ono manipulation of Phillips in of speculation g took speculation of th of afternoon me accompanied MUST Alex Paris Son io A MOST HIGHLY APP ECATEO COMPLIMENTJ i IrFromI Paducah Register Editor George Warren who publishes + the Hickman Courier the oldest newspaper in Western Kentucky celebrated his sixtyfirst birthday anniversary last week Mr Warren established the Courier in 1851 and during its long career it has been a power for good in its town and county Mr Warren is an able and conservative editor and ho publishes a clean highclass newspaper that is a credit to the profession Several times he has offered the paper for sale but in each instance has decided to tarry a little longer in the editorial harness The paper is today pretty much what it has been for years and years a modest country weekly making no great pretentious but always read able and interesting and recognized far and wide as one of the substantial pap pers of Kentucky Mr Warren is a newspaper man of the first class but he has been reasonably content to te rn tin at Hickman and print a good weekly paper When ambition has tempted hint to larger ventures in tho field of human effort ho has given him self the benefit of the doubt and has stood by the Courier While he is not a Vanderbilt in wealth he has achieved some degree of financial success and has prospered in the good will and good graces of his fol low men When he retires from the tripod ho will lucre the satisfaction of knowing that no Kentucky editor has left behind cleaner or more honorable record a p J