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Jto I J f fy7 1 J i4 THE HIkM i 11 s COURIER c J 4 rJi Jt t it t la OLDEST TEWS APE IN STERN KENTUCKY r ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUWKY JUNE 7 19O1 VOL XXXVI NO 28 f d i 4 4 4 ee- i Ia ANYTHING IN THELARGE STOCKSO1 r Childrens- t 1 f d s 4v- M Clothing5 tL D Ef OXEORDtSlf + f fJtc ToGoAtaI COSTSHAWSI j MrILocal and perh1 Dnal1 Mr Jas Taylor of Onba Ky visited friends in the city last week Mr and Mrs W IL Maxey visited in Hickman county Sumday We were happy till we met oS ers who had bought their Goods to much cheap er from L D SIMKOXS Mrs McCain of Mc SenzIe Tenn is visiting the family of A M Debow Mr W E Young of Atlanta Ga an old resident of Hickm an after an absence of several years ii back at home A full line of Screen Doors and Screen Sash All Sizes and Best Slakes con stantly on hand Pricii very low at 5244t H C AMBERGS Miw Leone Coleman a very bright and accomplished yonn elady of Adair t flicktman FOR SALE AT ONCE Moscow Roller Mill I iroperty for talc cheap Apply at once Al175 1 JT SBURNETT c = c5Uij T f w r HQRNBEAK TOPICS HORNBEAK TENN June 4 01 Mrs Clarence McNally of Arkansas is visiting Mrs Bennie Green this week Mr Ardelle Edwards after several days visit with Fultonian has returned homeMr Charley Ott of Tiptoiiville washers Tuesday Miss Flemming of Obion visite the Misses Flemming this week Mr and Mrs Bud Darnell attended preaching at Bethel Sunday Mr Monroe Ashley is the proud posessor of a new boy The following from here attended the Memphis Reunion Messrs Frank Hornbeak Dick Cashon White Fleming John Gates Willis Cochran Dan Burton Nat Fields Misses Katie and Emma Barnett Mr and Mrs Pleas Williams MADAM Gnuxuy DIED On Tuesday June 4tb Mrs Anice Coop erwite of Alfred Cooper and daughter of the late J J Jones She was 82 yrs of age She was a consistent member 1of the Baptist church having obeyed the commands of her Savior at an early age J SECOND EMPIRE HAS COME INTO BEING SAYS f LONDON PAPER The London Chronicle commentingi upon the U S Supremo Courts decision in the Porto Rican cases says uA second empire has been born from AngloSaxon stock Hencetorth there will be American subjects as well a American Citizens lo many minds the new departure will seem a decent from the lofty American ideals On a broader view we see an expansion of a well ordered government and tho ex tension in duo time of reasonable I byItechnacally irresponsible is a moral re sponsibility of the kind Mr Gladstone recognized when he spoke of the British Jivenbymay be sure tho United States will ad minister its empi- reSubscribe for The COURIER s I i w y r- j 9 I Come to Stay k When a man establishes himself in a legitimate business it should be withs determination that lies going to stay I Started in to Stay And the thing 1 want is regular trade steady satisfied customers who come to me confidently and constantly And the way to get and hold such customers is to treat them fairly and squarely t I WANT TO STAYfAnd in order to do so I am making som strong inducements just now to attract a new customers and the old ones get tho benefit too and I intend that 1 every person who makes even one 1purchase here shall carry awayand return a good impression of my Store and my methods I ThatstrI 11 I HAVE THE BEST AND CH EAPEST LINE OF Urg GOOdS SMOS SIiDDOrS mOQS FurnisMng Gooasana Hats I EVER OFFERFD IN THE CITY LD SIMMONS a BUCHANANS OLD STAND Ilfllhe1 Alumni Reception rt The closing of tho Iliekman College entertainments was given by the Alum rii Association at the residence of Mrs A jArnhtrg on Monday evening last I reIIt I W1tq its littyor lmnore iy 4 tl il9d a pleasant and uaigtutt1lrOllh + PS result of je3oclle0tjfstevt nimjUhe these foi8i +fl thil Gi4 f jfei lovelypredominstmng the distribution of potted plants vases of flowers and articles of artistic nee dlo work occupied every available place creating a scene most pleasing to the eye The College Colors of blue and gold prevailed every where even find ing its way into tho cream which with other delicacies was served during the course of the evening Dainty and becoming costumes adorned the fair ones while the gentlemen were immaculate inftasty attire Surpassing in loveliness this art of human mind and hand was lhit of the Infinite Out whoso inimi table power shovvvd its + lf in tho bright intelligent and beautiful facos that graced the occasion making glad the hearts of the older ones present by recalling to mind tender memories of their youth when they too fresh from the school room with only the brightest of prospects before them felt ready to brave the battle of life The principal feature of the evening was the Flower Contest nine success ful ones drew for the prize which was won by Miss Ramage one of tho Col lege instructors Enlivened by sweet music from n hand seated on the veran da the hours passed all too quickly and the moment came when with an expression of thanks to the Hostess each expressingthethey might meet again in the future Among the guests were Mrs McOlain Gleason Term Mrs Mollie Prather Newburn Mrs Bryant Cox SI1 Louis Mo Mesdames Luten and Pelham of Fulton Misses Clark near New Or leans La Miss Coleman Adairvillc Ky Miss Sellars Fulton Ky No Longer Protectionist Speaking at a luncheon tendered in his honor iu Montreal Jules Siegfried the French statesman nov visiting this toldAtectionist The United States had arrived at that period in its history when it was necessary to go out in the world and secure markets and the necessity for heavy protection had disappeared Call at Cowgill Cowgills drug stores and get a free sample of Chamberlains stomach and liver tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen tho digestion and regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect SENSATIONAL SUIT A S25jOOO damage suit has been filed In the circuit court at Paducah which promises to be a very sensational one J A Sprogue of Marshall county is plaintiff ana Leo Waters defendant Waters some time ago charged that Sprogne fired into his homo malicious ly and Hall him imprisoned Al Faley now in jail under the charge of grand larceny has disclosed the fact that there i was a conspiracy to injure Sprogue i henca tin 3aw v f- I H O Pearson the contractor reports I tho Slough bridge on tho Clinton aud Hickman road completed 1L B Flatt candidate for the Legisla ture is announced to open his canvass at Fulton Saturday the 8th Seargegnt Will Handle of the IGth U S Int which regiment was muster ed out in San Francisco last week nr civetJJ in Bickman yesterday from the 3hiUfoYiffihUr Geo Millet Ed Kuoer i arcxC 14Prot Vllaeki Via tronbl ij l rhP i tjiill1 IH Healing for attempting to cure ono afliieted with consumption by this method Ho thinks his prosecution i persecution The case is now bein tried The Crystal Home Talent Club NightsinSaturday night Juno 8 for the benefit of the Methodistl parsonage Fist class overything Children under 1215cT LOWPKV P C Noel Hall the Fulton man who was lined S125 at the recent term of the Ful ton circuit court for running a house of illrepute Inns written a letter to a friend in which he expresses his glee at beat ing time commonwealth not only out of tho line but at tho same time out of lot of freeboardat the county jail nI such chaps the hard labor provision of the statutes ought to bo given a thor ough test Clinton Democrat Didnt Marry For Money The Boston man who lately marrie- a sickly rich young woman is now for he got Dr Kings New Lif perfechealthl liousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Gen Cowgmllsdrug 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 our Inrgams WILSONS BOOK STORE + k If a Girls in Love Thats her business j 1 s r J lrShe rGmlg Marredg messs I Thats the Squires bus But if yon haveany sheet metal work to be done or any old Roofs that need repairing and painting Thats our Business f Will guarantee enTtoo L It Vf S ELLISON R NOW IS THE BEST TIME takenWhen hotdmypricesshortePhotot that wouldbe cheap at Two Dollars Dont mill betakenRememberthethe Photographer 4V YF11 GYF + IR n1Y11Y P 1M rSHA S1VVi11 Se11 You I G o 1 I E jascheap asjany one See them be fore you buy anything Sjjoy M t M MM 4 w IA PAPER OF GARDEN SEED It ItI1 M B SHAWS SONS rTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I 4 vr 1 r a t A tJf I ti 3 t USING OUR TALENTS Sermon for Those Given to Depreci ate Themselves rii Y AtheUlBConrjcofDrTalninsr Sho- rtdTStTo Another OneDIR- C + cuIiTai Uto Accurately Es1 vw f n 7 tliuatc Oarnctvo Copyright 1001 by Louis KlopschY I 4 This isa discourse by Dr TalniajjeL for those given to depreciate ithcm 5 selves und who have au icFeuV fiiatfI their best attempts amount taMitllc or nothing text Matthew Uofl5iTo another one Expel flrsO from this parable of theI talents the word usury It ought to have ibcvn translated interest Usuryis finding a man in a tight place and compelling hint to IJa l unreasonable sum to got oft In terest is a righteous payment for the use of money When the eanijal tst of this parable went oil fro home he t Naive to his stewards certain suits of money wishing to have them prontably invested Change also your idea as to the value of oilie talent You remember the capitalist gave to one of his men for busi UIa b purposes the talents to another two to iinother one What a smallI amount to last you think and how could lut be expected to do anything with only one talent I have to telli you that one talent was about 7200 so that when my text says To another i one jt impHsthat those win hate the least have much 5 We bother ourselves a great dealI about those who are highly gifted o have largo financial resource or exalt ed oflicial nosiUjm or wide reaching opportunity care anxious tha their wealth their eloquence their wit be employed on the right side One of them maces a mistake andI we say f What an awful disaster + When one of them devotes alt his great ability to uscfiil purppscs we i icclcbrate it we enlargek upon itwc speak ofit ax something for grati tide to God Meanwhile we give no time at all to consider what Peopl- rare doing with their one talent not realizing that ten people of one tal- cnt each are quite as important as one man with term talents In the one case the advantage or opportunity K eorieeutcI edina single personality while in another it is divided among ten individuals Now what we want lo do in this sermon is to waken pro lilc of only one talent to appreciationl of their duty Only a few peopl- have five talents ortcn talents while millions have one My1 short text iis like a galvanic shuck To another onWo I The most difficult thing in theII I World is to make an accurate esti mate of ourselves Our frjends rahic l us too Wgh ouiv enemies too low To find out what we arc wor hmo Lunposslbletthoseairound us but this is not fair I as tlk4nialie very brilliant or very dull very good or very bad IndeedII iI there arc no human scales that can tell our exact moral and mentalII l weight nor is there a standard by I which we can measure our exact in tellcctual height so the hardest thing I fto doJs to calculate our real stature or hqft nut it will be no evidence of egotism in any of us if we say thatL t AVC navc it least one talent What hit antljifindingf what it iisi what use shall we make of it The most ofr the people funding that t hey have only one talent do as the man spoken of in the parable they hide it Tilt if all of the people who have one talent ibronght it out for use before this century is half past and corre spondents begin to write at the headII of their letters 19 0 the earth wouldII be one of theoutskirts of heaven I 1 again What iis your one itacit i i Tat it nehcurful look Carry that Hook wherever you go It must come trout a cheerful heart Jt is not that iiriane smile which xxe sometimes see which is an irritation In other ivords it must be a light within us so bright that it illumines eye check i nostril and month Let ten men who4 nre accustomed to walking a certai Ktreet every day resolve upon aI cheerful countenance as a result ofj a cheerful heart and the influence ofr such = facial irradiation would be tfetU notiOnly m that street but throughout the town Cheerfulnes- EE iHJca irriis t exceptional ffi amine the first 20 sinthrouglii t street or 1lroadwayor StateI street i oH la Sallijstreet or Euclid avenue i r titheaanxiousa loodeRa sneering look or a vacant look ifcre fs a missionary work for those Salto ia5iF trouble AVm yourself with T = Gosj 3omfor Let the God who omnforfed Mary and Martha atthe loss of their brother the God who soothed Abraham at the loss ox Sarah arid flfe God of+ David who losot Wni the God who filled St John Jith doxology when an exile on bar hargjiyenliappincss to thousands of the bankrupted and persecuted filling Is tlicm with heavenly rcches1 windhI iftrc adman CS that are wiped outlet that6 jeKl hclp them lf He take full pos 1 gislohbt your nature then you will X Gown the street a benediction to alCwl10 see you and those who ore isthdlo hJp1ccW of lifi and arcii runt nlllbc3 ie dland had t ICirrI j r liotnefttfeliltrh1fI will sarylL If = tlial rttttn can tic Ia rI can cc h1ppy + 1l IY rlOlfgli 1reub s o In i aXiiHe akd ha goes down the street iUta face in every lineament o f Which there are j y and1reace and d t t w heaven What nm I ptronning about From the same place that man gotL his cheerfulness 1 can get mine 4Why art thou cast down U my soul andI why art thou disquieted within me Hope thou in Uod for I shall yCtC praise him who iis the health of mIcountenance and my God Again is your talent that of wit orI humor Vso it for God Much of the worlds wit is damaging Most of satire has a sting in it Much of carica ture is malevolent Much of smart re tort is vitriolic In order to say smart things how manywilt sacrifice the feelings of others The sword they sorry is kern and it is employed to thrust and lacerate ISnt few men inI all the worldand in all the churchesi realize that if wit is bestowed it is given them for useful for improving for healthful purposes If we all hadI more of it and knew how to use iit aright how much it would improve our Christian conversation and prays meeting talk and sermon Robert South and Rowland Hill and Jeremy Taylor and Dean Swift and orcnx o theirtowit aril their humor to gather great audiences and then lead them into the i jkingdom of God Vrivolity repulsive tin religious discussion but I like the 1 humor of Job when he said to his 5n solcut retries No doubt but ye are the peopand wisdom shill die with you and 1 like tIC humor of the prophet Klijah who told the IJaallten to pray louder as their god was out hunting or on an cx uirion or in loud conversation that he could not hear them I like the sarcasm ofr righrocous Pharisees that they were so goodI j I they needed no help The whole needtI urre sick or when in mirthful hyperpole he arraigns the hypocritical teachers particulartabout little things and careless about big things saying Ye blind sailsI that strain at a gnat and swallow a camel and the Bible is all ablate withII epigram words surprisingly put and phraseology that must have made the audiences of Paul and Christ nudge each other and exchange glances andI J smile and then appropriate the tre 1herearc some evils you can laugh downl easier than you can preach down The question is always being asked why do not more noplc go to churchI prayer meeting and other religious meetings 1 will tell you We of the pulpit and thee pew arc so dull they cannot stand it Hut when we ask why people do not go to church we ask a misleading question More people tinee worlds history and the reason is inI all our denominations there is a new race of ministers stepping into the pulpits whiih arc not the apostles ofr humdrum Sure enough we want in the Lords army tine lieavy artillery but we want also more men who like Tiaras a farmer at Gettysburg took r acy count to do a little shooting flitfcrcpt hitrclyi of is dying of the proprieties Or is your talent nn opportunity to feta good example One person doing right under adverse circumstances will accomplish more than many tees tiles about what iis right The census has newer been taken of lovely old folks Most of us if we have not such a one in our own house now Ihave iin our ineiirory such a saint We went to those old people with all stir trou blcs They were perpetual evangel ists by their soothing words by their hopefulness of spirit an inexpressible help I cannot see how leaven couldI make theta any lovelier than they are dr were nut there arc exceptions There is a daughtc in that family whose father is impatient and the mother querulous time passage of many years does not always improve the disposition and there are a Brea many disagreeable old folks Some o them forget that they were young themselves and they become untidy ia their habits and wonder how when their asthma or rheumatism is so bath other people can laugh or sing and go on as they do The daughter in that family bears all the peevishness ami1 unreasonable behavior of senilityi without answering back or making any kind of complaint If you should1 ask her what her live talents are oir nher one talent is sine would answer that she has no talent at all Greatly mistaken is she Her one talent is t forbear and treat the childishness n the old as well as she treats the child mussician and besides there may not be Iai piano in time house She cannot skillfully swing a croquet mallet or gol ttsee what she can do with a ladle in a broom and a brush and other house hold implements She is time Person i fication of patience and her reu ar Indeedk+ much of her reward may be given on earth She is in a rough college from I I which she may after awhile graduate I 1into brightest domesticity She is heroine though at present she ma receive nothing but scolding and d prcciation tier one talent of patience under trial will do more goof than many morocco covered on patience preached today from tin tasseled cushion of the pulpit There is a man in business life winos- s one talent is honesty lie has not tin genius or the force to organize acorn Panyor plan what is called a corner In wheat or a corner in stocks o ia corner in anything He goes to business at a reasonable hour andre turns when it is time to lurk up He never gave ii check for 20000 in all his life but he is known on time stare and in the church and in many honor aloe circles as an honest man 11 liasrl can upright industrious Christian nnin Ask imimllumtnnan talents he hair and hejwi1Fnot claim cenoneUe cannot mnkea speechI he cannot buy up a market he cannot bifafford nn outshining equipage what an example he is to the young what an honor to his household what a pillar to the clinrcji of God what a specimen of truth and integrity and all roundness of character Is there any comparison in usefulness between that man with the one talent of hon esty and the dashing operators of thq money market The chief work of the people with irony talent is iv excite wonderment sort to startle aud electrify the world What use is thsrc in all that No use at all 1 have not so much interest inl the one man out of the million as have in the million Get the area masses of the world right and it toes not mike touch difference about wht the exceptional people are doing Have nil time people with one talent enj listed for God and righteousness anal let all those with flee or ten talents ni grate to the north star or the moon and this world would get on splendid Ily The hardworking industrious classes of America arc all right and would rive no trouble but it is the genius who gives up work andon ai big salary Rocs around to excite diS- satisfaction and embroilment the genius who quits work and steps on time stage or political platform chi bcafbtenk and quail on toast an causes the common laborers cots pelled to idleness to put their hands into empty pockets and eat gristle and gnaw bones The world would be mightily injprovcd if it could sloug- t oil about 5000 geniuses for there are more than that on our planet Then the man or woman of one talent woz 1 take possession of the world and rule it in a common sense and Christian way There would be less to amaze and startle but more to give equipoise to church and state and world To another one- Among the 114000 words of Xonh Websters vocabulary and the thou sands of words since then added to our English vocabulary there is one out masteringword the power of which cannot be estimated and it reaches so far up and so far down and that is the word come It has drawn more peo pIe away from the wrong and toward the right than any word I now thinkt of It has at times crowded all the 12 gates of Heaven with fresh arrivals It will yet rob the path of death of the last pedestrians It will yet chime so loudly and gladly that all the tolling bells of sorrow will be drowned with the music It is piled up in the Bibles climax and peroration And the Spirit sill the bride say Come and let him that hcareth say Come and let him that is athirst come Have it on the point of your pen have it on the- tip of your tongue Monosyllables are mightier thin polysyllables and that word come is the mightiest of mon osyllables After time resurrection day and nIl1 Heaven is mode up resurrected bod ies joined to ransomed souls nod the 1gates which wore so long open are shut theremnbe sonIc day when all theVrcdiiemcd mny pass in rc iejp before the great white throne Ifs I think the hosts passing before the King will move in different divisions With the first division will pass the mighty ones of earth who werenias I gout am useful as trey were great In this division will pass before the throne all the Martin Luthers the John Knoxes time Wesleys the Ilfeh and Cecils the Hiltons the Chrysbs ttoms the Herschells the Lenoxes the George Ieabodys the Abbot Law rences and all the consecrated Chits tian men and women who were geese t in literature in law in medicine in philosophy in commerce Their genius never spoiled them Tlicy were as humble as they were gifted or opulent They were great on earth and now they are great m in heaven Their surpassing and mob nificent talents were all used for the passiiwhite throne to higher and higher rexvards it mates me think of the parable of the talents To ttnothG r ten 1 stand and watch the other divisions as they go by division after- division until the largest of all the divisions comes in sight It is a hun dred to one a thousand to our toii thousand to one llarger than thJ Iothel divisionsi It is made up pf men who never did anything but port their families and dive whatcc of their limited means they cmrl pOcrtanIre world mothers who took goodcar e of children by example and precept starting them on the road to Heaven teacherfs siesta inndthe making of homes for themselves thai andweaknesses of old age ministers of the Gospel who on nig backiwho far long years did sufferbilet suffered with so much icseson of it those who firerdJ nsfinee o column i which some survivor paid for sailors trycthe drowning persecuted and tried souls rims endured without cpmplaint mar lignite and abuse those who ha 1 only ordinary equipment for bodyt i lcc1yet Astt see th1lrgest of all the dit il1sI i ages pass in n e before tin Tijj n the great white throne I am r ij f i i t 9ttthe talents and more especially O ff my text To another one r j flThere are 6742 locks and keys in tIle Grand opera house Paris 3SJ r STILL THE SHIP SUBSIDY Rellhlhnll Uiilotly Arm ii cine to Ins tin liiliiitti H 3lr Miire nt Xeci yoNxliin V2Co great strain iis put upon popu lar credulity in accepting the sMte mint from nn authorized republican source that arrangements art being quietly made to puss the ship subsidy inquiry at tint next session of congress Time prime and most active aovocatcs of the measure have never thought of abandoning their originalI purpose a ud 1arc now quietly making nn yf rt un tder the most approved methods to ac quire the necesnry support in con Ultptnhltteems provided t people rain rec onciled to this further drain upon their resources arid it iin largtlytwith the local molders of public sentiment with in tire republican party that the plu tocratic lobbyists nre laboring They arc not tooting fanfares from noisy horns firing cannon or beating ton toms but employing the quiet methods ol the literary bureau Whnt theyscrum to handle six their Icuockdoxvn argument savants when nssrntions abdi jplutely imperative that the merchant marine bi placed in emit1101ofl our ar rylng trade through the bounty of the tunevenhwhen built will have little to do with the expansion of our sales in foreign stirdI plus of our production us they must timemAmerican fleet were larger unarm all the rest combined Unit if it ht grunted that the isthmian wrterxvay is going to make a greater call upon our resources and means of transportation that foes will in itself make seagoing xessol property remunerative andiinxite cor porate capital without reference to government aid The fact is that the canal is a remote contingency when considered in connection with present conditions and can only be used inn this connection for purposes that url un justified and misleading The purchase ofn large English transportation line by the syndicate which J1 Pierpout Morgan represents was made xvithout guy reference to the canal Yet xve have no doubt that if a acts subsidy bill be introduced next term it will unmake liberalI provisioni for this same fleet limit that it iin itself a paying century is evident beyond Dis pate in the fact that the shrewd pro inoter went rafter it and paid 1 percent more than the shares showed it to be worth in the judgment of its Eng fish owners Another fact that sdiould lend to set tiny popular mind against tie proposed subidie iis the fact that 1ttimet movement to capture the people pi Under the personalI direction of resident Griaeom of the Interna ional Navigation company the man rfio had modestly and auSjnltlyman g5d tof nther his own uiest insjdo nut out by the provisions of the bill defeated by tint last congress 4 It will be recalled that the smooth Mr Griscom had so arranged his hop pers as to catch ill but the bran and middlings of the subsidy rjt He hadl xxay the best of all the proposed i la t ion retroactive present and flit url Hither by connivance or nn intuition that can discount miracles he hud allp inside information and had his inter ests in a position to rake down the bulk of tiny suhsidis He hart no rival as the prince of grubbers He dictated i the bill lie enlisted its powerful and wealthy supporters he formed tiny re ports of committees aril inspired the speeches of the subsidy champions o I the floor Yet he had till humility of lriah Heap xvhen interviexvedi for pub tic information Knoxvledge of xvhnt he has brought about in tire alienationI aln legiance to the people and of the mo tiCS that actuated hits should dis credit him and hi moxemeiit to re vive the subsidy scheme Detroit Free Press PRESS COMMENTS Depexv is the first republican who has dared to give voice 40 hta thoughts and mention Mo Kin ley tin destinyilIt hmmnnrouds somebody Houston Tex Post Mr Hannah maysay pooh pooh and tuttut amidtt d nun p ense and all that but it is to be no tired that he hits not turned Perry Heath out of time ofllee of the national committee for suggesting him for president in lOOt Cincinnati En quirer =time truth that a country itself by shutting out or increa nig tiny price of raw material is almost self evident and it is equally clear that with higherpriced materials time only chance to redncepriccsfnreonrpytitiv purposes must come through euttiu 1wafics Indianapolis Sentinel I At Buffalo Senator Hnnnn was still jesting about his nomination for the presidency That is all right if it goes no further but the danger i hOxvill becojnt so fond of the joke that he will want to work it oil in practical form un time American people as a whole and that would be a situation entirely devoid of humor for quite a number of people =Baltimore TCexvs cohortds planned for the third election of Orani to the presidency they did nutpa hg compliment to the intelligence of tin e American people The talk of a third term for McKinley is even 1esiof a compliment Certainly treat Gram could not accojnplish would not be Hclcitleygea pass iuiin irdcr to sustain business or curry out defined policies then it is high time t change our form of gotcrnment Omaha WorldHerald THE END OF QUA Yr I rpmiwjlvnln Iteiinhlicnn tows tsar Ucnchcil time Knit of lib lo liticitt hope At a dinner and reception recently given in Senator Quays honor in Philadelphia by th Stnte League of Kepnb lican Clubs the senator announced in the course of his speech that he would retire from politics tft tim yJwsc of his present term He said ti My political race Is run It IP not to be understood that Gods sword Is drawn Jm mediately asainst m life nor that my seat in the senate if 10 be prematurely vacated but that with the pubpcriptlon of ray of Beta oath OH Uw JSth of Januarj my eon n ctinn with tM serious Labelij1trod respon sIbiitties or active polittcs cJett except tin se far as I may be committed to certain mea urf pending In the present pRila Lure I xvill never again be a candidate for roOf accept say official position The public service won Idliavv gained in dVceiicy and dignity anui the state of Pennsylvania would haVe rained in prestigei and influence in national affairs if Mr Quay had iniiuV this deci tog many years n oSuuh a determination would han coilininnideil tire hearty support and approval of a ma jority of the citizcnxliip of the Key J stone state It would have received also the unqualified indorsement of a- very large and respectable portion tlf- tlat republican 1jwrty Tat now that xve have it from tire lips of the Pennsylvania boss himself that his politicnl race is run it is in teresting to look over the public ree oro that is soon to close fur any evii dences of lmigh minded statesmanship or constructive legislative genius that might be suggest vtfcor inspiring t tJ the ambitious young men of the country What public service has Mr Quay renNdered to the country in return for pecuniary rewards lhe has reaject frttllt politics Careful and diligent scrutiny of ids career from the time he entered polities in lSGii as a member of the state legislature of Pennsylxania fails to revtt veal any legislativeI idea1 or measure that maybetracddi to hisiauihorship or that oxveS its ennltm hiuchampionship As secretary of the eommouxvealth as recorder of Phila delphia as treasurer of the common wealth he newer instituted rimy con spicuous state or municipal reforms As United States senator he newer par Ito tieipnted in any great debate or made a notable speeeh upon any iissue of na tlionnl impnrtanqeri The political rare xxhlch he now says is about toelosc extend oxer H5 years of public n1iieihnlding and parfjP lictatorship Its rinse will end the po litical career ota man who wilt bt rev membered only as one of the most sa gacioiis un criiulou4 nnd invincible party bosses that ever figured in our political historyClaiengo Record Herald IIeP- DECISION OF SUPREME COURT The Porto neonttl to hlli Xtnrtliiritftiuprlenn SyiicHontcx Out of the conflicting opinions ol the supreme court of the United States in the insular cases one fact is painfully apparent and that is that the constitutionality of the Iorakcr 1IwtThus Porto Hico the Philippines nod the Ilawaiians heroine niece de pendtnc4qSjof the United States5 do roestip tcrritrtryfifor some jyirposek anil foreign countries for other pur poses Their commerce aliiflzndnstrtj may be btirden d Tjy taxation or de stroyed by taxation as ejjnjjress may tariflnthey arc not American territories this view is based on the theory presented by the mlniinistration that territories of the United States are beyond the pale of time constitution and that they may enjoy its Benefits onlas congress the supreme au thority in tiny premises shall roods scend to extend them There may he some doubt even as to the question whether tine power of congress in the matter is limited by the bill of rights WbnTp theliilecisionjfcannot fail to h 1 Itoe1 theesxniilicnteS which haXcnnadc iVmcri can expansion fOJiktlU firgt tithe sy non mous with injustice and in equality ands won by the xalor of American soldiers and sailors or purchased with money wrung from American toil are to be exploited iin the interest af conimcrcjal eonihjna iKunsiii hose iiciunnu tIrr precedent a of n hundred years have been set asideThe courts opinions arc in conflict nps pear to be wholly clear in others even to the justices themselves but the judgment sustaining time Foraker law is vital and seems to cover the levyeagainstnPorto Pico and in Porto llico against the United States tine same authority obtains with respect to Hawaii and the Philippines The potter of congress will be cons ceded by many Americans who do not approve of the specific nets of con gress in an exercise of that authority The apparent intimation that thi power rosy be exercised xmnout constitutional restraint is the feature which constitutes the new and dan serous doctrine in the pCJmiscs Chicago Chronicle Itaft Mauna has been an intimate part of tiny administration but Ihe didI not go xvith the president to California Perhaps he iis waiting till the springof say 10W That time according to any Ileatled m be directly after iris second inaugura tion Mr Hanna would not care too 0on a trip of that sot merely asa nI understudy of the president Cin cinnati Enquirer F OLIVER IA and Undertaker HICKMAN KENTUCKY ME A TRIAL when you want GIVE dons or repairing Wagons tc Hort faoine a ipeclvlly I also kp a fall line o- fUndrtakors Goods COIDO Rosewood sad SolidBlscL liner Coffins and Cases which caiflJ fitted or in abort notice and at rcsaon able prices OT aie a sill IL Shop near the Jill LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreystt carriages safe teams c Customers f served with courtesy and politeness Patronage solicited Telephone 10ii Cash Book Stare Splendid Selection of EW BOOKS tSTATIONERYtNOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever i thiug up to date Y MARY BERKNDES fe Oo g CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are here stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or take more pleosnro in try tog to please yon than wu old reliable barbers R U OALDWELL WILL C ROWLLI 4 DR S K DAVIDSON JenBIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill OowgilFa v Drag store CE EAKEiR L General Grocer t powoU Block Olinton St Having purchased the Grocery Stock of J C Boodiirant would be Oeaard to nave nil old friends to call Fresh tools and Choice Bargains W JBARRY CO t AT BUCKKKRS OLD SHOP TTill make you a Buggy to order V Repair or Paint your old one 8jALL WORK GUARANTEED II K Ilrmley Joo W Ucnnett BENNETT EEMLEY = AT rORNEYS ATLAW =Willipractico in all Courts especially Courts pf Hickman aril Fulton coun tip Air Bennetts office will remain at Dhnton sad Mr Kemlcys in Hickman I Four Route f r The Big s g Is a Railway System Comprising n 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway Built and Equipped in the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction i t theSH Bra FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requiring for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars K- In addition to Which Sixty Puttnut Sleepers arc in Continuous Scrvlca on the BIGFOUR and its TIrouk Car Lines WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPB Germ IassSTktAgt Asst Cl fit T 4- ccacsslezm O x fta 4- M f 111 0 cv- I ccp pPP4 Pp1I =U S i M- 1t STATE ODDS AND ENDSV n iJ RJJJI I IrrI MISSPELLED WORD r Ia Stilltt Turned DunII Ity II 1lIelr i9li Affrr mnl TnuKIit IUinIIti v- f to Spell Correctly x Owciujboro Ky lime 3 Tin mafcC ririfte of Judge It It Wedding mina ales uj Dabie Petty of this city lat weltuaS rottsl1htyear ifjjd 81111orhi nated on account orn misspelledII word At that lime wns11 youth of IS and fndt1inIlls rir4 JllatChnt1 r tieriAOt w iiPrtlrlia- I 4 IJebie Coppage was al on visitor 1ItI I chancel that tUt gfvv yoitfii prop met for the first time as the representatives of ttheir rtpttfsiiltr where they stood for tO minute- spelling j against each other from fcob MerM old blue backed spelling1 i boor i finally the word marriage wns giv lwUIc1iti tppag spelled it corrccfily and tnrhed him flown j TheyJ were then introduced md ue accompanied lltrsltolu when a Iftm courtship ensued ntH they slid no marry Mr Wedding married noth er woman anti Miss op page uaottuu man Three years ago slie ware left a A idmer They resumed their oldI courtship some lime ago and a frtv days ago they ninrrktl- GARRARDWHITE i FEUD Juli AVI li A MiiHu iI of Killing Vliud Hall Tit 4i Other Cae+ IHllmed t lAiudon ICy May 30the care against luh Vehb charged with kill ing Chad Hall both luemUers of the larranlAVliife ffiul In Hay county but on oOKite silts was given to fife jury at 4 oclock Vjdin sday ev enus The jury after being out live tlC4id IrisI case was rollg1ti to this voiin t5oti a change of venue front Clay connty Zhe cases against Fill cCollum- iT 1 Taylor Spurlock jointly with Webb for the killing of Hall were dismissed by the court after Webb was acquitted The evidence adrniiist lilt Webb hoAcd that he Killed Chad Hall but acted in self f defense in so doing as hall was try JJ t lq1ki1 him at the time and would LaVeTdofie so if his Halls pistol 3 hpdnotsnappedyyr r TO AVENGE THE CRIME A Wife XVIiore llnshnnd Vtls Jlu- rdrttI on tlttt Hunt For the Jlur Urrir With a Glut a iliddlcsboro Ky Tinet1 I1im Mar pe fatally shot Sam Soc at Excelsior coal mines r Friday The shooting was the vedi1t of trouble between fan ilies of the two motmtaineers Friday afternoon when it wag stated that Nde could not live Mrs Noc seized a shotgun and started on a hunt for i Jlrs Marsee vowing to avenge her husband She was intercepted but claims she will yet kill Mrs Marsec Marsee and his wife are at homo armed Muhlleaboro Ivy June nSafll Nor who was shot Friday bj lames Mar see iis dead Hefore dyiiijf he gave his wife Si which lie Staii1 he wished used in capturing Marsee who has fled Difcorntion Drsy ut CoiitiKtoii Covington Ky ilay 31 Memorial day was observed more generally than ever heretofore although the weather was disagreeable A great crowd congregated in government square the starting point of the procession and Linden Grove cemetery the biv ouac of the fallen heroes was crowd ed with citizens who had gathered to attend the services Dooiiratluii Day nt onMVlIi Louisville Ky May 31The graves in Cave Hill cemetery of federal dead of the civil mel SpanishAmerican I wars were decorated Thursday afternoon The ceremonies were begun at 2 oclock in a drizzling rain which had been falling all morning but the pro gramme of exercises vas generally Ferried out i 1110 Cnltle Sale T xin LEighthliuiflreil head of 4101 = feel cattle ar t gresatinic JOOp0tQ pounds changed liainl here for 50000 The cattle werti the property of 1lesser Jerry ant1 pier of Nashville and were purchasedl by Armour Co of Chi eatt 1UluherlllUIl urdtrtl Middlenburo iCyi Mrty nU C Merecf a Inmbir man disappeared about three weeks ago Wednesday lie was found in Powell river a rope nrqund his neck hanging to a log f VLIatttn AMitraprlnfluit a LexTngton Ky liim 1 President V J attersonreprsentingr the trustees of the State college Friday night asked the city council to apfiropriafe 50000 to aid in the establishment of mediral and law departments to t thy college Indicted For Incest Yanoelnvrir Ky June 1 The Lewis county grand jury has returned an indictment against George Parkert charging him with incest with hisi tH daughtejvXora a childdi years of age S Purker is still at larger f 1 4 9 V JA TRIPLE TRAGEDY firs Until 1G arr Killri Her Hux luiiiil luiiuccnt Unit unil Hcireiy lie ruviiiurloii Ky Coving on 1 1Ulle Lalunlef of Ciller hiisbnnil uui innocent UiU to eta nothing of the dstntction of her Own life iif the charge that a loeiTlton woman already before her Maker must accoiiKt for The crime committed Frfdny evening err the murt appalling in jmtice annals of the Keu tuck city Ottie Hester a saloon keeper at Third street and Western avenue known to everv follower of pugilism neuteillrton l Ills 5yenrold dari hitr Katie m t fate rtwtitsn great while to turn the murderous swcttjjon with which the whines wvre committed upon herself Just What ctitists prompted he refeconjecture No hart of the cotter at fair vvas witnessed lby any one nov alive sis iifull act aired in the living apmiJnents of the Hester family True shots were heard liy many tastable to hti ute the direction frutii whirl tliev canie Tlu last seen of Mrs Nester was about If oclock in t IluninlC At that tints she was lending the bur in the lace an her huslmnd employed no Tnirkoeper Hester wes tIn M me whrre about Covington upon business pertaining to another saloon which lie was shoat to open RACING IN THE RAIN hout SOOO Iruple AVore lit tlie Xeiv Burt Truck Dexplle the iin esi nitiinlilt Vutlier Newport Ky1a1 SI Memorial days events at the Newport track brought out n crowd of about 5000 people despite the drizzling rain and unseasonable weather The trek was in fairly good shape and the sport very exciting There was seven races provedt vinil nee of the fifth race was hid up by W L llaelip form 300 to SJOO lint retained by his owner George lanesI Ilulabalee run away four miles in theI thirdi event During the intermission between the first and second lace Manager Fowler of the Queen City Jockey climbvttq presented with a tine horse rimabOAtb4thehorsemen track The presentation speech was made by Judge llussmurm Mr Pow her responded with a few well chosen words and the baud played pies a Jolly Good Fellow DEATH PENALTY FIXED Jiitln Traltue Colored S iitcnceil to llentli Hut the Jury Ivtitloitcil For ClrnittiK Louisville Ky Ma- ry 31she l nth penalty was fittl by tine jury in the ease of Julia Imbue colored for the murder of Edward JEvans also colored The jury that returned the ver diet also signed a pctitiOU1Skiug Gov Ieekhani for executive element1 The killing was jrompted by jealousy She was unmoved during the trial but fainted on hearing the verdict This is about the first death penalty fixed in the ease of a woman in Jefferson county ScurlllJ ttnllrltrll Louisville Ky lime 3Thirty seven different states aud territoriis are already represented in the con tracts closed by grand and subor dinate eonimauderies of Knights Tem phtrs for quarters during the 2Sth triennial conclave of hit grand en campment of lime IInittvl States to be held at Louisville August 270 This fact iis embodied in statement give1 out Sunday night by Col J T1 Gathright chairman of the com mittee on hotels and acconuuoda tons Craiipleil AVMh a Jlnil Dojr llopkinsville ICy May 31A large rabid dog with frothing mouth and in the worst stage of hydrophobia entered a church fillet with people at 1ennetstown The people fled terror stricken Wallace West threw himself in front of the dog and began 1 sin glehanded contest West dragged the dog from the church and holding him with one hand shot hint to deathilonil1iietlu Hceiird IlroUon Louisville K Tune 3 Porahontas a pigv n owned by K J Kchreek broke the local homing pigeon record Sundays by flying from Alligator like Miss a distance of 400 miles on an nil line in nine hours and fortyone minutes IltcluirilMitii Acquitted of lluriler Louisville lyiune IPmn1 Rich ardson who was charged with the murder of his wife was dismissed in the police court Last Sunday morning about 3 oclock Mrs Richardson WitS shot by her husband who mis took her for a burglar lit AViilktMl In Ills Steep Lexington Ky May nUaroltl Ford aged IS tried in his sleep to walk on a bed slat from the window cf a secondstory room to the roof of the porch and fell breaking his left wrist v icJ 1i Found nt Last When we suffer Time seems to lag 10 i day with leaden teMvr fi lowly l But wntn relief wines the pim is torBwtteii iin t JJ1atltri I wrote Palmer s Lotiun has curedtae fetter with which I had been alHicted 0Ii I nu twelve year and from which I con findno permanent relict1 until I toted tillipI i wonderful preparatiun This is the te t Inony of another sufferer who truthfuuJ rails Palmer Lotion wonderful II SolotPalmerr ampleauf Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap 0Altosrithor Too 1 1t rutAI Avoid feint said the girl in bluen JryUtunsophisli 11hyhemight be a lovely uininer resort fhirtato- by proposing to suit within the first tut weeks of the season Chicago Post New Fast TrAlu to Colorado vU MUkourl tHclflo hallway The Mtesonri Pacific Railway is now operating double daily service front Kt Louis urns Kansas City to points in Colorado Utah and the Pacific Coast Trains leave St louiKU a m and 1010 p m Kansas City 6 p m null 10 am currying through sleeping cars between St Loafs mind Sun Fran cisco without change Excursion ticket now ou sale For further information ad dress companys agent If C TOWSSENU Gen Pass uudficfcet Agent St Louis Mo Ifl the Iriitnirc Oi Grenturs ParktJ mipitour you have great hoped of youLanehen I think of what the baby i likely to be iuibuitiauceDetroit 0Taking tlie bloomy tiles operateforurniN Chronic eke Wfiats the Rood of that Id grow another oueChkagu Trib true atAUlCET llElOUT Cincinnati June 1 CATTLK Common a 00 fi 4 5- 0Ktrn bntehers 5 00 aj 5 5- CALVESExtrn t G 25 J10CS Select shippers S S3 a 5 00 Mixed packets 5 0i u 5 S3- S11KI3P Kxtra 4 00 u 4 LA M US Spring cg G 10II rLOUK Spring pat 3 SO L 4 WlIKATNo 2 red tfi CORNNo 2 mixed fib 43- 1DAISNo i 2 mixed C Q 30 nvil re as LYClu timothy Cr14 fl0- 1OKK Fumilv lij 00 LAlUi Stetnn 11 S O- Ul7EJtCh dairy r 12 Choice creamery t20iAPPLKK Chto fancy 3 75 rt i f- t1OTAOISPer f brl 1 95 u 2 33 TOBACCO Ncw S 00 fi 13 73 i Old uGl Qjj1 9 00 1 Chicago FLOUI1 Win patent 3 SO g3 00 I VJSKATXo1 2 red 74iii 7iVS 5 I 1C 71OWPOUK Mess 14 05 5V 14 70 A rtvkiv t iyoix rrr fi l tCU1r t i Veivi York- FLOURWin it i Jr patent S u54i QO AVHlvVT Xo 2 red 0 S- COItNo 2 mixed i o- QVIENo 2 mixed i 33 JIVE ftt tlO- POKK funnily 1C 00 tft 1C 50 LAUD Steam S 43- Hultlmorc WIIRfXo 2 red 7S 7- Ssoutlw6 l 7DiI CORNNo 2 mixed 47it 4S OATS Xo 2 mixed 31 ii 32 CATITK ISntchers 3 00 fair 540 HOGS Western C 30 m 60 Louinvlltc FTOiRWin patent 4 50 4 7i- 1111111No 2 red d TO- COKX Mixed C 4f O1liXlt1 ti 30 POHK Mess 14 00 LAUD Steam a S 5- CIiiilliiiiniiulla WlIEATXo 2 red u 73 COJJX Xo 2 mixed Ift 4114 OATSXu mixed jtj 29i 77HS T THE TABLET CAbADAd nlllgIunit 11iThere Iis ont1telif itIlfatsucce8sNorrSuch combination mei1oundsnowheredoes oftIlesay coiie particular spot where 1 saw a man drop 70 mallards one morning forodropped in open water or on flat prairie At the right season of the year you can see black lines and Wangles cut sharply out against the sky allr eeryswiftlyeartrudgrsocan tulprairiechicken crowing like ban northvast rattle glltlOi ly as thickas mosquitoes A thin Jpluinn of blue smoke curling up in DIe distance shows yon when a ft w thirIjifenp but there is no other indiea jpon of civilisation in sighti Still Ire neighborhood isi rllltIled and Jtifihort drhwiJI bring you to a armhou e where 1ou1 cart buy the tjegt IggsitdrAvery short rail+ ny journey will ring you to a country full of deer of111ej tlltIjrhke shores the moose will stand knee Jeep in water on the summer 6Venings ready to lie down when the dies youbreatjieprairie and at night you are lulled to sleep by the surge aud ripple and Splash of the waves on the brain vcirrtanslueecry Particulars regarding settlement of the lauds of Western Canada can litI had from any agent of the Canadian Government appearsOLD KKADKH iHer View But does it not annoy sou we asked of hwdraudtGbclsuetlof nrumfee TOt rontratyf OUltIIl fiancees the marble hourt after eeing me gives me so much and Kitisne tfonin his good taste taut cheerfully cough rttburghGhrtnidcS Do Your Feet Ache mid llurnf Shake into your sboee Allcps 1 QotEtse powder for the leet IIt lUftJws tight 01 Xew CornItchingliaollensweating Feet All Druggists anti Shoe Stores yell it 25c Sample sent IltiSK Address Men S Olmsted Lc Boy X Y Ii ei jVVhftt iif meant by an eia tic currency tuiiuua tbiulH but ont of its 1+ ot forms it where a man has to snake a dollar stretch IVlr a week Philadelphia frees 0ComumpttdtiJIJ11 K Boyer Trinity Springs Jnd Feb tr boo iitll1t you ehillnn been doinr hCaiht been doin nnthin Duah me you fo inoali like yoah pa every day Inv- 6tattapolis News 0ChecU Tbnt Visly Cough nth Hossies Croun Cure oopium0cts siflic coat that isnt paid fur is a bad habit to get into Ihicugu Daly News t tit Ifs tinolr t ttic 6 tl- tine c tut worm the sure for the notice GUARANTEED TO CUKE n bowel troablebad bad blood wind oa the bloated mouth eatlnfllver trouble com ntviMK nod dlzzllle banr l t turetberillaU you tart taking CAl3CAKETa today for ron win get suit be you pat right uhlect CAMCAFT today under to cure M I ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine CartersI Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of See FoeSimile Wrapper Below Very small and as euyII to take as CARTERS Jl1EIVER FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR I1UOUSKESS TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION PdteG1LZxrri wursAV A1ai 25i I Pmrcly TejretaWe r+ CURE SICK HEADACHE i In 3 or 4 Years an Indeoendence Is Assured If you take uji your homes n Vf8icrn tauaiJa ibe and uf plenty lilu trated pampbtet JVIlli experiences farmer w bo have beitme wtallbr roM8I i on to the wl mall you atlafe l nmpblet ef free Jl nxt K lSiLRr Suit of Immicrat tlon Ottawa Canada M V No Block Detroit BlIIOLIILSItoum6- BigI Four Bog Indianapolis ndI black with Sure ON OF Y OF ON For in of of of uvefa Ji toe feet at least came after two This I am has my bad the past three years an still only by CEO W Baird The to and r breath bowel foal after allow Wbea your move you fre Nu matter what never well all the time your bowel Take our start with or FOR grG- ra cwts tf wno Mtr rill ilich iiiiii g SMOKELEssl Make old lamps burn like new Why whenfi Iblack chimuey Xo bad odors JS Stakes a light and a t lamp They save time and money jj Semi us arIcv of p rer the width r i f ur ck wltd SoCfnu Jind we wii + flat or two xo2 Ij wicksj r lt j D TIRE TIPS I anditsG J Tires nude from the best qualityof rubber They are light enough I to be resilient ttrongo durable andeasy riding which iajsttvj tom f II safetyCatalogue at our or oy mail G J TIRE COMPANY I Indianapolis Ind 1lUhfnrluICrogreaiilti1 anythlnCantdFredrcrtptirelltend i tiKO N KlbKK SIS Y St N W Wublncton 1 U PI SO S CUR E FOR CURES Wh All fllHBeet Cough Syrup Tastes Good Ueo in tlmo Sold br CONSUMPTION A N K E 1868I V11K ttitirll TO AtVEItT1E- rpienrlate that you aatv the Advrrtl iiirnt In iiairr INCH ESTER W II NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No powder shells on the market compare the NEW RIVAL In uni and ctrong qualti 5 tlnanIwaterproof Oct the genuine WINCHESTER REPEATIK8 ARMS CO New Harel i LoNGf i I ISLAND I The Ideal Summer THE SECTION THE COAST RECEIVING FULL BENEFIT OF THE COOL ot WINDS SUMMER s t IN CLOSE TOUCH WITH NEW YORK CD TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CONNECTION WITH ALL THE ISLAND FAST AND EXPRESS TRAIN Stt ICE ROADBED CINDER BALLASTED OILLD YORKS ONLY SEACOAST 250 MILES OCEAN SOUND AND BAY I UNEXCELLED CONDITIONS FOR SAILING BATHING AND FISHING GOOD AIR GOOD WATER GOOD ROADS t list of cottages all sections of the island or other information LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COB M SMITH H B FULLERTON General Passenger Agent Special Agent Pass Dept Offices Long Island City N Y e i I H Worms I CASCARETS are a sure cure for tape worms and those other pests worms that make the lives children and their mothers miserable Any variety parasites that live in the human stomach or bowels and feed on the substance which should properly nourish the body are dislodged by Cascarets Candy Cathartic and expelled One or two tablets usually drive them out persistent use is sure to do away with the unwelcome intruders Many children and older people suffer from worms without knowing it and get thin and weak although theireappetite is good The best way to find out is to take Cascarets Never accept a substitute caiie 1 the ni of hon Brooklyn tape eighteen lone on scene my taking CASCARETS caused health I taking Cascarcts cathartic worthy of sensible people BOWLES Miss judge bejran understand I apaendlcltl bllloaiacM itomach headache Indigestion pimple pain regularly DRerward well until as alloluto guarantee moaer refaaded application lpdlnhzned MclNSKS Citizj i jm i1 brighter cleaner nauyoult are be Agents UE sE drasciita Ilda formity enacting COM ONLY PARTS AND NEW address and to I + ethrlp see cw jut byrett rettbay e BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER I- ScP i Resort SOUTHl FREQUENT WHILE II1IIJOe S 25c SOc NEVER SOLD INBU- LLDRUGGISTS CASOttTAAiTEEDiowltloyerlxmUlle811oSe ayeargreaterthan aarl- mllarCAETawaold gt merit aai- our medtelne to the world Tilt is e11CroANCAi We ad will T alMelBtelybest testtmonlat have faith refunded AO buy today tw 1rr e boxes give tMNafteru by mall r the draa from whow yo redit sad get Tear aoeey baek for boUt bora heouradvleeo matterwbatalia yoart today 1 started theHealthwtll qlekl follow aad da aret eftAaeETM Meek Lreeby ut ra 1c c THE HICKMAN COURIER GEORGE WARREN HICKMAN KY- IiIDAY JUNE 7 1901 i ftmilroitd Time TubEe N OStL R R LKAVKS AUK1VES TrAin No 43 ti 955 p I No 52 745 a tn TrAin No3 at 205 p 1111TtllluI No4 I 40 p m Col E E Tuasil of Dresden is mak ing the raco for County Clerk of Weak ley county Fulton is now putting in a system of sewers The pipes says the Leader are there and about CCD feet already laid Governor McSweeney of South Caro Tina has refused to accept tho resignations of Senators Tillman and McLau r1nIf you want to show your lack ot brains imagine that you are right in all things and that all who differ from you are fools The girls against whom this horrible threat and cruel deprivation are directed have not yet determined whether to go on a strike or get married A St Louis pastor warns women against engaging in business This dominie overlooks the fact that husbands mnst eat and drink and have clothesThe Governor of Kentucky has mined a proclamation recommending to the earnest attention of the people of the conentionllWhIChthe 27th and 28th of TuncIThe administration has notified the Cubans that they must accept the terms of the Platt amendment to their constitution whether they like it or not and that the United States will remain in control until the amendment is accepted The phenomenon of the sliding town is again manifesting itself in Butte Mont Large fisliures have appeared in the streets exposing the granite j Changes of as much as a foot in the level of fixed objects have occurredI MR W S WHELDOV Cashier of the I lajinwill be of value to other mechanics He says I had a carpenter working for j me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled i with diarrhoea I mentioned to hun j that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me Ho bought bottle of it front the druggist hero and informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his arkI druggists The China trouble seems now nearly closed China has agreed to pay all asked of her and the only question that remains is how she is going to pay All the countries engaged in bringing her to terms however are tired of tho business and anxious to be quit of ir and what remains of trouble will be settled between Russia and Japan 1 u AROUND THE WORLD f DAYSfr l Paris May 24 Jules Verne author of t Daystat I today regarding the effort ho Iisnow making for a record trip around the world The famous author said the tour could be performed in from 1 33 to 34 days if perfect connections wore made HANDSOME COUPLE A young Chicago man was engaged parties handsome Let us hope and believe that they were and are however much that adjective is misused The young man got the scarlet fever or it got him A very bad case He going to die said his desprihg relatives He can wisheadclergymanShewan with the scarlet fever Then i occurred to him that it would be fool andheisgettingthese stories that turn out happily No corntYorkSunV Suni f CHINAS RESPONSIBILITYI I 6hinas r pecent ed the ti paymeni fuse a satisfactory settlement of exist prompwithdrawalThe situation however remains ofo blearned maintaint t backing of for eign troops The test must be made iin allfairness China being credited with a propietyI pnnish currence of the Boxer troubles Sated Two From Death j shunsfatalt bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr + Kings New Discovery Our niece I hty had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicineI anehtoday she is perfectly well Des- perater throat nd lung diseases yield to DcEjngs New Ditcovery as to no other oCc butleF1 Cowgilitift t I t r 4 a J t ys s r iF i j t ei9 e iIWIyIcilgi iiVhcnit costs 8 I ffo JA more o j= iiConH to our store and let us save you money article in our line you buy Well 1 In glad do HO Hud afford satisfaction in every IrlS LCI11111ilPl goods for hut weather palis I Wash Goods I i IPercaloI BatisteII We shosv a largo line tine i quality Hutiste In stripes sold w figures all color at S 10 and I lijcii Dimities1 I I In strips dotf figures and soli I colorsW11tva t nicasiirtmeut at 10 and Im- ManillaI Cords A nrco sheer lawn with carde1 strip worth S cents for wily u- cDomestics r r northSbleached domestic no dressing I at 5c ernI I wear 1S L idles Muslin Underskirts at 1 to 175 Ladies Muslin Gowns from 50c to 200 La dies Cambric cornet coversat2 i to50c Lidie rests at lh I Chilerens Muslin Drawers Just received a line of Muslin Drawers for Children Price 10 15 and 2oc nn N sE9c Gall on E EE1 Reeves and get you a Roller Bearing gy and let your horse rest or get a Rubber Tired Buggy and rest otf us tor 83250 guaranteed and a Top Buggy for 40 harness for 750 We are also headquarters for everything in Plows Hoes Plow McCormictk Machinery Binder Twine and Gaar Scott largestrstock Ky tWesell goods on a smaller margin than anybody at Hickman Ky MOUNTAIN XOVEI Faith mav not moye a mountain but science can as some engineers iin Costa Rica have just shown The rail way from San Jose to the Pacific coast runs along a ledge on the side of a mountain above the river Reventa The soil is a bluish clay which turns into mud during the rainy season and the track was washed away so often that- gangs of men had to be constantly a work repairing the road To remedy the trouble the engineers determined to remove that part of the mountain over which the track ran and this they have done by the use of the hydraulic giant waterIchine is used in mining operations ou west and the impact of the stream of water is as powerful as that of heavy artillery and more effective for it is continuous 1ledicinedIt speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for the past five with complete satisfaction to ntsel and customers says druggist J Gold smith Van Etten N Y I have al ways used it in my family both for or dinary coughs and colds and for the cough following la grippe and find i very efficacious For sale by Cowgill CowgilJ drugg tt Wash SkirtsJ- ust Invtivifll a nie line of vwu skirt for summer wear at r r to 200 ISnIrt WaIst Wli srrv a hutulsuine liaoti of wnh waist in white itnj ecolored Itvn afrlHut Wfj ParasolSIl Iall the iMW colorings prices ranging from I bJ to 500 ISlippersLadleS Straw SandlSs inIKid and Patent Vici we show f1townCorsets We entry a complete line of THOMPSONS and AMERICAN WLADY straight front noNetin sitoen and Batiste ortIb1 Gojd Summer Crt for J tul j 4tj 1 KoIGIDVBS Good quality kid gloves blacks und colors for 6tc New Line of B IiBs justlc iyel BALTZER DODDS sifdlN NN isi 4 6 ling GoJusTlcE TO EACH If so much had not been written about the era of good feeling now existing he tween the North and the South action that wits taken by the United Confed crate Veterans in Memphis on tho 1 lat day of the reunion would be littlu less titan astounding The report of the His torical Committee made on that day was unanimously adopted yit no onofe surprisedAs acknowledgement of changed conditions and feelings by the survivors of the Confederates the resolutio- points out tho exact state of affairs as followsWe regnrdeAbrahamdespicable creatures that over lived Now while we do not indorse tho polic which he pursued we honor him for his unquestioned sincerity patriotism and ability pu the other hand the people of the North once regarded Jefferson Davis as tho incarnation of selfishness and disloyalty Now whenever disa abused of prejudices they regard him using the language of one of their ables- tscholarsas one of tho purest ablest most patriotic and most consistent of all American statesmen The paragraph followed a report on tho practability of a history being published which would rtato both sides of the Civil War and tho causes proceeding it so that no prejudice should color the facts THE SOUTHS ADVANCEMENT provettheSouthoil field will bo accepted as simply an other proof of the vast undeveloped row everyfortunefive to tho businessmen of the world hiddentf influencing development of tho South iis t getting under way and Texas is giving impulseMaunfacturorsRecord +A NKW ELIJAH John Alexander Dowie proclaimedi himself to a Chicago audience as Elijah allthingsthoirfeettrothfspeechDowioRomanCathohcMasonry tho newspapers and the bank ers Ho declared he hatscome ptHistirif1messagel J M locai aandI d Personal f tae Irene Faris frm the 1Vrd Her ofla fur Jooeehult Ark to visit Sirs WJtman See the excel I 1 nrirtins in Ladies Oxfords and Slippers at Shttwa L Adams tkok in the Confe irTte Rftaoiou at Memphis aud reports a gml time nay yonr Gr vrrira at Ems and gets duauer HC tree sir Geo B Qe o onpttniecl lay rhe Adam1 j H i it Tiptouvill this weI l I deb at the M I Maadey by a sent e of 27toj- jjgk for ecu a iJts pore cMKB at ElLrSet r Mrs Plerson and son of Union Ofay are visiting Mrs Theo Drowry- We invite you iu to sw thff most per fqdrea2v towear Suits and Trousers incite city AMBERJ3- UM BattzerFuqua l1Kirl1 party will 1cWedncxlay night i lumediatoly Aft the inarrlagt etr lhIY for the PaOAtnockan ExPfltilinn a+ Buffalo N- andrY other Eastern points Mr C L KiiiC of Coryd HI Ky in I vUttiiv his daughter IW rs Lt T Davis AD od twostory fran hare owned by Mi Bell Powelt 1 rnpiad by Bin Mav colored w1l troyed lby- tvtTnfstlay8 Twur 11 for Hliont 50J Tffcft recital by th plrj1 i 1 lss of Miss Me naVi telbril1kM ru ise cltss last Sat- In wy afternoon wa a very nice affair In vroruu wn tilledJ with gwd selec which voiv beuurifaliy jxecnted t credit on teacher and pupils MfcrwKv hni Youn Homer Green tldttrudti Ueevea having the luort merit cards rnjoiv d the prize those having the next birgist nnnil r were Misses Edict Nayliv1 Bertie Rice and 1nttle- Davtdeon Doat fail to see the good values in Lattice Oxfords at Shaws Cheap The Lake County Luvoo Commission erg have resumed work on the ilickman awl Tifrtonville levee since the nubai dew of the tate flood and it w under 8US0d will complete the first five miles this Reason with the confident assn raoco that Congress will give them 200 000 in December fyThere won moro Piano Harvntt tits Machinery sold lat year in Ubion County than any other kind and pave perfect satisfaction Call and examine- C K EAKER Agt The reception given by the Misses French Tuesday evening to moot their friends the asnniplitthed snit fnscmnt Msisea larkW85trig ion1gf ocrfc I j tlicir owji winning winners and praxes I ingr ttiuK tarh titest were themselves tile center of admiration Music re friebneins gallant men pretty girls btHtutifnl ground pretty moon Ac at the residence of Mr and Mrs R T Ti I let sjK nks for ur lfa social success 1 expect steam without water energetic torpid dull Stomach Tablets normal functions I L 1i iBARi Tako down dictionary and see what i T galllIulriJ W f our whole store must be made up of Webster 4Bargains Wash Goods The brew JHHH lured almost every picfv of Wash Goods 12Jc Dimities mul LawnsNow 10c- 1V Dimities ami ijawns 8c Dimities and Now 5c Good Pearl Buttons Per doz 5c- Jood tticycle Jcwv fPerpre tOe 4 Good Hdkfs s Each 5c 125 Mercerized lTni brella Now 95c New Line Prints Per Yd who nOt in P wi quitos M rwll nltidl 4 SP tlll hoxl front lOur ntXt Saturday rtJrr htlrrtailf4 ShO4 J I I I La- r I ilj Special Low i To the Southwest 1901II May 29th and 30th l Your wish to visit Arkansas Louisiana Texas Indian Territory or Oklahoma at a small cost can now bs realized All roadswill low rates to Memphis forthe Con I federate Reunion May to 30th The on the tickets June 19th will enable you to extend I your visit into the SouthwestIThatyou may do so cheaply the Cotton Belt will sell special I lowrate tickets stopovers allowed from Memphis to Ar kansas Louisiana Texas Indian Territory and Oklahoma on I weeksnSuch an opportunity is likely to occur again in years Waleat for f rte espkl of our hsndomely Illadrated book dBar in the SwtIIWMt and Through Text with Camera octettW C PEELER D P A Memphis E W laBEAUME G P end T 151 TennII fbugino languid hcadeacho sometimes Chamberlains vitality improve digestion Sample Cowgills your prices Now Lawns Linen 312c StUlP Veterans THE PUBLIC engaged line business Union City Tenn carry ti large wellas sorted stock Good Pure Whiskey as as all other goods respectfully solicit TRIAL ORDER Iw WEBSTER SPECIAL OFFER SIR I am enabled tot and hereby offer WhiskeyfIrarks to indicate contents When you receive it and test it if it is satlsfap ruiry return it at expense audl will refund yon to Tiiis is most liberal offer and I await orders y1 It WE1ISTEII if You may as well to run a as to find an act lye man with a liver tort1 tfeols and after eating often has and dizzi hess A few doses of and Liver restore his liver to its renew his lord PricCeJ2 cents rqe store ye t p 1 s rP have on Sit A c All lon lo make TO in this of at and at all mesa and of and well in that line and I R DBAU ell you not my S300 his McLaurin Will But Tillman Wont mUlldIeIcSwefOuythanGovernor declined to accept the rest nations and caused tho letters to be turned Senator McLaurin says he butPitclaction of the Governor will have effect and there the matter stands nO1 IR G CORSETS r I INEVER STRETCH ClJAa outsarea II Big Lot Old Cor S sets at cost Since we put in the line of It t G Corsets our trade is so well pleased with them that wo dont intend to unit lie any other but the R G So we will close out all ex cept the R cT Gat cost art th shouldP r our Barf 1 t in t ill I Rates 27th limit not a am l i l I Fan a your will r I t I i t INSURE IN THE trrlIAJJ I 1 11FFIII- i 1 J IINSUllJNmi 1 JCtt NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 1841 The special ad vantages of a policy in the mutual Ben cUt are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS Beginning with Second year which may bo 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 I1 NO RESTRICTIONS As occupatiOn 4 INCONTESTABLE = Aftci two years 5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EPICIARY INSUITEDt preycontinta4ed for the full amount for as long a pe providedtwopaid- All this taken in connection with thestrength of the Company its low rate of ovnotici and its l1r t cornralldesiring 1 EXAMINE IT and you will be CON SPECIMENPOLICIES iJ lOformaction R T TYLER AGT honedThe Boston marriedohappynowLIfePilli 41isBil liousness Malaria Fever and Ague andtaU and GenlIt1ebut i ll- t nn nnnrn t i1rnn This Beautiful = Hand Decorated SetIi viti fv EaEJm s Thats just what we arc going to do Give these beautiful Dinner Sei to t our customers without any charge whatever once down to the store and let + us show them to you Wont cost you a cent to look at them nor to got one butr= If you BUY YOUR GROCERIES 4y = Front IKS You o in get apE DHf NER SET fREE cm EE If you BUY YOUR DRY GOODS v4= CARPETS and Mil LifcERY- Froiu us Yo t ftn js a = DINNEK SIT FUEL =Ip su = VWhW i II Ponlnas or Dry Goods rooins wogivoyoul OIIJOUK tFor1 Dinner Spt md =you can tako it out piece tit t tinn A lDish one liin hr i of zrtt Plates or Cups awl Saucers anotbir MM1 so mi tThey are now on exhibition at tht stt iv Coim awl ius them We Carry the Most Complete Line of Goods 5gIf I t ItAA U4 E H fAll I KINDS t O- Ft r AT WILSONS BOOK STORE f jrlVe are the agents for Crescents f Columbia and 1 Ramblers These are the best Wlieels made tt 1 f1 l 1 r y a b HAILSTONES THAT WEIGHED A POUND Mr J T Tichenor who lives about three miles north of towu brought this office on Saturday about fifty intoII stones which fell in his vicinity on day at noon The hailstones u picked up were about the size of hen eggs ten weighing one pound Mr Tichenor informs us that the hail came down in such torrents that much dam age was done to growing crops fruits and window panes He had just put a metal roof on his barn which was al most completely ruined by the hail stones The roof was dented all over and some holes were made by the hail Nelson Record SMART MAN ADDLED l Judging from some very positive statements in the Lake County Advocate the editor Mr Judge HarrIS has been converted to the magnetic healing cult which emanated from Mexico Mo We gather from the article that the editors lather the noted financier Squire Harris received great benefit from the magnetic healer during his r j cent pneumonia complaint while the I editor of the NewsBanner knows little or nothing about magnetism we havent the slightest confidence in it nor would we believe in them if we were to see a dozen or even forty of their cures c PAINfS AND PAINTS I I Atl Oowgills t t We have lust received a large shipment of Mixed Paints Collier Strictly Pare White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brand- on the market k Cowgill Sf Cowgill SDRUGGISTSSi FOR 1904 1 tWhat is the matter with Melville Wcston Fuller as the next Democratic candidate for the presidency Indian polls Sentinel I COUNCIL PROCEEDING Hickman Ky Juno 3 1901 Council met in regular session Pros out Mayor Dillon Councilmen Beck man Ellison Brovard Davis an Swayne Minutes of the last regular meeting were read and on motion approved and signed The following accounts were present ed properly approved and on motion allowed and checks ordered iissued for mounts Tom Dillon Jr Street pay roll and serving notices 40 00 M Berendes S Co record book GO Report of Treasurer for May GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT To bal per last report S 52 2j To amt recd of Hickman Bank 202 50 I t F M 105 00 I a H C Helm 55 85 475 b jBy checks paid in May 47 10 Bal to credit this account 428 43 WATEH AND LIOHT BOND ACCOUNT To bal per last report 8259 51 To amt recd of Hickmau Bank 175 00 i I peI IBal to credit this acct 504 54 CITY HALL ACCOUNT To bal per last report 80 02 To aint recd of H C Holm 21 t Bal to credit this acct 51 a59 No change in College Bond Acct since last report W C JOHNSON C T Report of LighPlantt To bat in Treasury May 1st S GO 88 To amount collected during May t2G4 50 U25 38 1 By amt paid out during May iG5 42 Bal in Treasury June 1st 859 90 On motion the foregoing reports were received ordered published spread upon1 the records and filed On motion the following amendment J to the Dray License was iutroduced ordered I spread upon the records publish I regulasr I meeting The City Council of the City of HickIman Ky do ordain as follows Tha the ordinance known as the Dray Li e cense be amended as follows by striking out the words or day andor from a I given pearl in the city to the corporation line or beyond or from the dopot to a point in the city so that said ordinance t when so amended shallread as 1 l follows That on a license to run a wa gon in the city and in all cases where a wagon is run and hauling done by the i load from one point to another in the city such a public team or wagon for hire the sum of ten dollars per year On motion the Street was instructed to commence work on the streets at once C IOn motion the Street was instructed to put down and re pa the sidewalks bordering on prope owned by parties who lave been notified to do so and have not complied with same and to collect the cost from said property owners On motion the follow inu ordinanceI was introduced ordered published spread upon the records and lay over meetingTho of Hick man Kydo ordain as follows That no sidew ilk within the City shall be made in whole or in part out of cinders all that tho use of cinders in repairing sidewalks be prohibited On motion adjournedH C J N WARDL Shinsar k OverallsI I t and iuniersCArc the Host Mario For Sale at AMBERGS Tribute ot Respect HALL op KY Loom No 10yKNIGHTS OF 8Hickman Ky May 31001rWhereas tho Supremo Ruler of t i Universe in his infinite wisdom has taken from our midst onr beloved brother Peter George on the 6th of MayI 1901 we herewith express the deep sympathy with which we bow to this itIby t l death of brother Peter George this Lodge has lost a genial kind heart and whole sonlcd member and that wo deeply sympathise with his bereaved 7wife in her sad nlHiction and commendI her to Him who looks down with ntfi- I ite compassion on the widow and it heroh dmeed to the memory of our deccasnd brother marl that those resolutions printed in the Hjckman Courier and that a copy bo sent to his wife- Pratcrl1al1y Too DILLON JItlCom J W A Sprained Ankle JnicUy CuredsAt ono time I suffered from a sR Nero sprain of the ankle Fries Geo E Cary editor of the guide Washington IVs After using several well recomi Chatrto l beganitsSold by Cowgill S Cowgill tdruggists SENTIMENT IN KENTUCKY Henry Wattorson was in New York a day or two ago and while there was riefiy interviewed by tile Sun which shines for somo Asked if he thought 1 Mr Hill would be the Democratic nom iueo for President ho replied Ono j night as well talk of the crops of 1920 casKentuckyr wttimewas tho nn swer There is no sentiment in K tucky for anything IILocal and Personal t ANNOUNCEMENT FIUAITZEK and iliss LKOSC FUQUA wilt occur at the Method 1st Church Wednes day evening the 12th inst nt 830 0 cloi k Church open at S oclock Miss Jensio Isler is off on a visit to Paragoultl and Forest City Ark Miss Cammie Wiso nan is visiting in Union City this weok your trading at I llisons noel getI IDmnlr set froe I Misses Annie Paris of Columbus is visiting tho Misses Paris Mrs Clara Malouo of Union City Is I I visiting iu Hickman KVWY fushiol table shape of mens Huts in nil the desimbk shades H- tAMUKKUS Mr J R rrobbittf or NVv Madrid M jUtet ul Mr AI Karijlhu tJ D Ouitlrt trf Ml Ii jis VJiil crnI j I I rtffiijonr Goods at KhisouV and got f IIa cor 54 frrw I M fil O Prahor rotI + 1 t + iir INIIe hum Teiiti ttjUII i 1 I 1J GUl Dry t104 at 1Iiiu tldOjiiuor Sot tree 1 J 1IDo Ids irS iiii Hrl Iek- 3trbin I Ulirlt r Ha Illmil i OII1I rau1 Latc Itou 1 11 + mf lI1ay i i iM Barry Yivkhatu ultll Hon llawy I I Ar j liUir of Union City attended the TylcrsIi Ellisons want to give to Melt ono ci thftir customers a Beautiful Hand Dec I sureIMn P D Turner merchant of Luxo ra reached llickmm Tuesday sum moned here because of the illness of hi wife Quite a number of our young folks j olassic1IIuubyclr I cs Clarks The time for Negligee Shirts has ar assorteratitiliRGStyMajor LOll Atwoll ot Fort Worth Texas a gallant Confederate Veteran returning from the Memphis Reunion visited his sister Mrs R E Millet in Hickman WANTED An Agent in your County SignsAgentsOnly one agent appointed in a County cataloguesi Jiss Marie Brevard attended the Stanley Emmerson marriage at Columbus Mbnday Rev Price performed the marriage ceremony The best stock of Groceries in the city w ElUoons anl you can get a DINER l SET FREE by winking your pur chusestbere 3 All the debates in tho Presbyterian gonertlassembly that has just adjourned indicate that time next general assembly will bo ible to agree on some expression u about the creed that will not cause any disturbance in tho church Our lines of liens and Boys Shoos excel any we have over had in prices quality and assortment of styles AMBERGS Mrs Mary Martin died in Paducah Monday and was brought to Unio- ity and thence carried to the old Alex ander homestead this county for burial iShe was an aunt of Mrs Dr Curliu of this city and a daughter of the late Jo Morehcad Dr W A Anunons and wife of Union City celebratid his 85th birthday din ner with his son Mr James JAuunous MrsIdfriends enjoyed time dinner with them If you wish to dress well at moderat- ostc we are the people to nccowmodat I ou The clothes wo offer aro ready t wear The prices are such as you Jare payIle AMBERGS Probably the oldest person in Western Kentucky Is Delpha Roror colored who lives with lice soninlaw Sack Dobsou four miles south of Salem in hunlseven years ex person0dmany years younger to live for many yours to come LATESTisrraphs If not call at Rose ales Photo Gullarv boJust arrived a now line of Dress Goods Gall and inspect thorn L D Simmons On the walls of the oflico and sales rooms of a big Chicago lIrm the follow ing notice has brow posted for the bone fit of the stenographers millineryhoptend strictly to your desk duties or pre pare to meet the executioner FOIL IUEliNIS FKEenOJI New York Juno 2Tlte Cauanler Etruria which has been anchored in the ffog all night off Sandy Hook came to her dock early this morning She brought over in all JU8 passengers among them bong tho Rev Thomas Vincent Finn a graduate of St Pat ricks Roman Catholic College at Car low Ireland H said that ho had boon ordained as a priest and had had charge of New Ross and Bluckwator He cx- cornice plaiued that hn had several his tion with the Catholic Church begins he could not preach pouro when ho biv hayed that only tour could save his JenipulitrMl1athlirl ook oa iusurrictio t of t17fl3 and other Irisha henoIII avail work for the freedom of Ireland t 9 r toward equip opanvtcn 4DWe hold that wins the INTERNATIONAL SUITS arc every respect and would for to study hand before you play a game The International Tailoring Coof New Yorkand Chicago cannot beaten in Style Fit Workmanship Quality or Price t Call Qtt dealer and the hand for ytitirstlfr J j TT t I RGr I u 0 0 0 r T1 IT yor DUTCHESS IIfiQcopnizcd r TROUSERSloarlois the world ovor famous For tr Superiority Materi 11 1 1 1 al and Workmanship Splendid Fitting Qualities j Wonderful ability to Hold their Shape JITOeJI H G AMBERG J1i 4 t FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES II- t whonFRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO J A Rogers Threlkelds TJPTODATE GBOOBBTI 01YITTlNGS Clinton OID STAND FRESH rEATSGoods Delivered Free 74oI HICK IAN lVIARBLE WORKS E Tn7ISu1cD 1Sa TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor to D C lUmage tlecJ Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ K 33 1 3ST 3 STONE WORK of nil Kinds IRON FENCING c c mokman Ky P S MOORe ATTORNEYATLAW I to IIICK3LVA KEXTOCKY Office partner of Rclulony jj j IrRIVALS1 Tho St Louis rJanufacturiT ASAOCi1 II ation last night tookI steps orirnnizaUou ofl Stack Coinytny theII baild nUll line of 001111 IIelj to ply ou tliu Missisipp river bo1 t tweeu St Louis and New Orleans Z the hand public Our perfect in it be well you our losing be oa see f15 in want NIORilEaI 1 OHIO RAILROAD THE POPULAR ROUTE FOR Mobile nod the South St Louis Chiea go Buffalo St Paul Indianapolis De MemphisTennprincipal points of the North East and West Tvro trains daily in each direction throughiRemember the grand Mardi Gras Fes that in Mobile February 18th and 19th let your ticket read via the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Only one faro for tho round trip long tinnrliniits EBBLAIRTvPA= Jack ou Tenn W C M Sbepard O P A Mobile Ate1 i 11I rS r iI f i i l1 1t The Hickman Courier I GEORGE IVARIIEX Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY I ESB5 ffSL f flDK JUNE W VO IHW1 ni J901ii lI I t j In I 1 2 371r678 9 l I 6j2IIsP 9120 j 21 22 23 24 25262728 I 29 30 I 6I1 I ae aJo CURRENT TOPICS Roanoke Island first gave to tho world tobacco An English firm is manufacturing artificial inarolc The ricst Olympian games will be held at St Louis in 1901 A California cowboy rides u steer Iu preference to a hqrsc Celluloid is made with almost the taina irtat rills as guncotton Anothr Viking ship or rather boat has been unearthed near Kiel 3Ui sia leas more freak ships in her navy Than any other nation Of all the newspapers published in the world GS per cent are in the En gushI language I kingsIof Italy are left absolutely untouched for two generations Three hundred and twentyfive miles in Va dad iisthe record of a sail jsvvLxIng sliiPSaDtfo stew tpr+ Porto Hicof in his an nual report recommends a colonial government on the lines of the Dan ish French and English West Indies departtt 10 anent stores some of which do a busi tress of several million dollars annual ly and employs from 500 to 1000 clerks4s5 v il t s i 3 9 sl fjnJndol shipments from Sydney Australia has a value something like 840000000 a year and there is tv large export of grain coal and manufactur ed goods The African Red Kaffir always rubs liis tcJth after a meal with cold wood t ash from the fireplace which accounts for the absence of tartar and the tine color of his teeth r daughterrI young women were graduated froms the Washington College of Law Washington D C The mayor of Lyons France has prohihitcd the opening of any estab lishment for the sale of intoxicant- t within 250 yards of any cemetery church hospital or school The Spanish soldier has only two meals a tiny and he keeps in excel lent condition on a fare consisting of a chunk of dry bread a little oil a clove of garlic and his cigarette About 10000000 cattle are now to be found in the Argentine Republic They are said to be all descendants of eight cows anti one bull which were brought Id Brazil in the middle of the 16th century Thp most curious cemetery is situated nt Luxor on the Nile Here repose e the mummified bodies of millions arctV l hide by side with the bodies of kings and Emperors in mausoleums- A famous canine cemetery is to be teen behind the summer palace at Pc petsVof the various monarchs of China are laid to rest Each animal has a mon ument erected to it some of them being of ivory silver and gold The Gcrmdni army has a swimming 1 1school for troops where every one must learn to swim The best swimmers arc able to cross a stream of several hundred yards width even when harrying their clothing rifle and ammunition v Mme Adam the noted French jour nalist has a private theater in her home r- l and new plays are enacted be l fore audiences of her friends Mme Adam has so many rends that the came play s rem on three successive t nights so that the theater will not be crowded Northwich the center of the salt Industry iu Grcat Britain is one of the queerest towns in the world The Whole underlying country is simply One mass of salt The mining of the Fait constitutes the staple industry of the districts and from Northwich alone 1200000 tons of salt are shipped t f annually In Brazil has now been found tho motitcuri2nsfrogfn the entire world t Itis known as Hyla faber and the difference between it and other ba trachians lies in the fact that the fe V males of this species regularly build eggsf1 being preserve 1littleones from the enemies that con Btantly Ihreaten them In India there is a butterfly Kalli ma qnachis the under side of whose wings resemble leaves When this but terfly alights the wings close and the position taken nmkes the butterfly t thet5 twig Sweden and Norway both boast set oral homes for unmarried women One f of these Hal endowed more than 200 years ingo 6y a man who left the bulk of hf fortune to his spinster decent f aaita The home is managed by ralar i4 i l ted fro tees and the unmarried woo i Ittaf Wbotan prove kinship to the 1 4ibumieri entitled to a home there 1t1f I r CONFEDERATES MEET Gen John B Gordon ReElected- CommanderinChief Ttc Convention Adjourned After ecidliiK in Meet In llalliiii Tex In 3 oa A Gruiid Hall In Ute Uveiitni Memphis Tenn May 29 Nearly 2500 members of the ifnited Confud ate Veterans association representing 1331 camps of the organization met in Confederate hall 1uesdo morning for their eleventh annua reunion Gen Fitzhugh Lee Gen Joseph Wheeler and Gen John B Gordon were present Before the meeting of the convention in Confed crate hall the Confederate Ladies Memorial association in Calvary church held a memorial meeting for Jefferson Davis at which a memorial address was delivered by Bishop Thomas P Gailor of the Episcopal churches The exercises of Tuesday were almost entirely confined to the welcoming addresses delivered by the representatives of the people of Mem phis and of the state of Tennessee and by members of different organi zations alliHated with the United Confederate Veterans The committee on resolutions will favorably report to the convention a resolution suggesting that steps he taken to prevent men who were deserters from the confederate army from procuring membership in the organizationMemphis Tenn May 30A beautiful sight was the great floral parade with which the citizens of MemphisiI Wednesday afternoon honored their guests of the confederate reunion Over a hundred vehicles which weres masses of flowers were in line At the afternoon session the report of the historical committee wasI unanimously adopted It stated that the chief and probably only impediment to the preparation and recep tion of a history impartially dealing with both sides of the war is preju dice It said- Irobably the generation now passing away will never completely outlive the prejudice engendered by the war and contentious and mis apprehensions which led to it The passions arid prejudices aroused by the war threatened to implant sec tional animosities which time couldI never heal We southern people once regarded- Abraham I Lincoln as one of the mos despicable creatures that ever lived Now while we do not endorse the policy which he pursued we honor him for his unquestioned sincerity patriotism and ability On the gthe hand the people of the north one regarded Jefferson Davis as the in carnation of selfishness and disloy pres judices tier regard him using e language of one of their ablest scholars as one of the purest ablestJ most patriotic and most consisten of American statesmen With mighty roars of Ayes the delegates reelected Gen John n Gordon commanderinchief Lieut JGen W L Cabe commander of the transMississippi department Lieut Gen S D Lee commander of the Army of Tennessee and Lieut Gen Wade Hampton commander of the Army of Northern Virginia After a tumultuous scene Dallas Tex was selected for the reunion of 1902 Louisville was the only other contestant The convention adjourned sine die at 550 p m This convention is notable because it decided that steps arc to be taken at once for the erection of the Bat tie Abbey in Richmond Aa sufficient funds being in hand The parade was followed Wednes day evening by a ball in Confederate hall given by the Sons of Veterans which was attended by 2000 persons SOWS OF VETERANS Judge n It Ilnusrliton of St Louie Watt i CommanderInChief Memphis Tenn May 30The Sons of Confederate Veterans closed their convention in one of the stormiest sessions in the history of the organization Nearly the entire afternoo- was consumed in the election of a commandcrinchief The flower parade was scheduled for the same time as the election of officers and an ef fort to postpone the election was bitterly opposed by the friends of Judge R B llaughton of St Louis who after several hours of wrangling was elected over Edwin P Cox of Rich mood Va James Mann chairman oi the memorial committee reported that 5700 had been collected for the monument which the Sons of Veterans propose to erect in honor of the con federate women lie made a strong plea for support and subscriptions to the amount of S5000 were raised ills makes 5700 pledged to the mittee Tha convention adjon ne sine die to meet in Dallas Tex in 1902 Women SnffraKlnt Meet Minneapolis Minn May 30rhNational American Women Suffrage association opened its 33d annuol convention in this city Wednesday t continue with morning afternoon and evening sessions until Wednesday evening June 5 VnlitcMc Coaccfinlonn at Stake Washington May 3OSecrctar Root bar been called on to decide tin- validity of franchises granted Princ- Poniatowsky by the sultan of Sul and assigned to the Pacific clal COOXcW IVork SOUTHERN STORMS j Great Damage AVjin nOnE to All the Crops KKprcinllr lrult Over n Wide Area Dawson Ga June l A terrific wind and hall storm visited Dason1 doing considerable damage TJmj storm struck the northern portion koig tint city completely destroying a iargej amount of valuable property TheS roofs were blown off the Dawson Grocery Cos warehouse and the Daw son crate and box factory andoa both the Seaboard anti Central railways freight houses exposing theirl contents to the weather The top and smokestack were torn from the oilldestroyed the refinery being a total wreck The house of Mrs J W Adnms on Leoz street was wrecked and Mrs Adams arm broken by falling timbers The wind played havoc in Negrtown totally destroying a great many houses including a church which had jus 1 been completed and leaving the large Odd Fellows hill n mass of ruins Stock was killed by lightning Cropsi in this section are greatly damagedh by the rain and hail nail the fruit erop which has been ripening very fast is badly injured f Three houses were destroyeda Uelmont four miles north and Sfv coral houses were unroofed at Par rott nine miles north About 30 houses Were destroyed i Ii and near Dawson Telephone and telegraphic communication is cut off 4 and nil electric wires are down lean lug the city in darkness Vicksburg Miss TunelA windstorm h almost cyclonic in jroportjon pawed through the southwestern see j tion of Claiborne county Friday morn ing prostrating trees houses and everything else in its path So lacI only one fatality is reported thei 3 year old daughter of Elijah Copeland colored Copelands house wmf smashed like an eggshell null thrre of his children caught under the falling timbers the little girl being instantly killed The others escrtped 1 with slight bruises The wind wasi accompanied by heavy hail and theI damage to crops will be heavy Houston Tex June 1 A henry rain gull hail storm covered a void area Friday morning and great darn age has been done to all crops espe vigil the fruit Eastern Texas wagi affected to a greater extent than anyF other section A special from Long icw says hail was 20 inches sleep iiif places and much damage was dont j A special from IVlestine says the clan analttu + ISpldalssustained in the counties of Andeci son Nacogdoches Rusk ShelbyI tUJ4Breport lighter damage jk s1 Nashville Penn June 1 A special from Dentonton says a trrifiiI anj storm passed over Polk counh r1om great damage to corn and cotton and completely wiping out the wheat crop along Iliwassee river The storm was fiercest near Wetmore where tlie hail drifted over a foot deep 1 TILLMAN AND MLAURIN S tlov McSirpvncy Itefunert to Accept Their HrKigriintloiiK IIN Senatorf From South Caroling Columbia f C Tune 1Cos Me Sweeney Friday acting he said ill accordance with the wishes of tin people who did not wish a primary with its incident strife and unrest refused to accept the resignation off Senators Tillmau and McLaurin These resignations were announced at political meeting in Gaffney May 25 lie wrote a communication to the senators in which he said at first1 that he returned their resignations for further consideration In th closing paragraphs of his letter lovem ever the governor unequivocally de dined to accept the resignations MINISTER FRANK LOOMIS tclnlly Admitted Thnt He AV n1 Xott Return to Vviicrucln 1VIII Uc CIvctt Another IoMltion 1Itis officially admitted that Minister Loomis willj oomirngenial position The president more over is not disposed to expose him again to the attacks made on hint in Venezuela because of his exceution of orders front the state department Mr Lotmiis who iis now in Europe seeking to recuperate will be given another diplomatic position as soon foundirharge of the United States legation at Caracas for a period of titnq not vet determined upon but likely to be fixed by the attitude of the Venezuelan government L Iv Zc Murderer rigs isrj II Westvillc Miss June 1 Chafes ngiddl moiuls About 5000 people tvitifcssid time execution 5 k- Ccn ftn111ttgtozSt SnCeltRor Washington June 1 Humors in the war department were that CnptJI departntattota siir eed Gen Suffington ai chief of ord ounce on the retirement of that ofti tel this fall He is one of the junior ordnancodepartmentllnrdrr 1JelinLrcu veteran in the meirio liiari Ant Miller who fill ed himself to escape arresttk IP PENSION BUREAU Number of Claims Filed on Ac count of the War 1Vith pain 43878 t NUMBER GRANTED PENSIONS 3525 There Are 1 CG Persons on the bus for Account of Services Prior to the Civil War UnrliiK Hie Inuit II HunCh tin Itu- reau HUM Written Ktir All MiiMnen uf iipHeiintN SMO77 Certlllenten Washington 1 alit 4 TlLtunimis siouer of pensions states rtV of S Of ttirtll months of the fiscal fir tiuling May 31 as follow Original pensions ha + tlt= f raii cdi For account oftour omt IMi Ul OWF 2 for uHoillt of lini urs widows lli survivors T jn Vtant of Mexican vmr widows J sn vivors 14 for account ofa i 1 rillto lStJ1 G makiiiV a total tii I ni siotied for tieiuunt of s0 ir prior to the civil war IiFur aeeount or MM iuil r th re have been 111In11i l rill IJi nlii1 in Ili11IlIiJl I 101 iJ tiabull ies provhln Iiya t r iit iv- f valids last fur widows IHVI t ll law 2011 for tri lovs niuitr act of ISflO amid anw ulnn nit tITIis for nlilAlM 2i nuiking a totii nmiLj hal iissues account of civil wir If tL4 In addition to iiv 1111111 thtre- I lmae beer restored to he nilsI Iit unites that were jr iOislv tiroppe- di or siisjended for vtriois ennfv There are now hunt Itiiti0 of those drawing under the net nf iiO and amendments tint receive the maximum rate of S12 per umith- There have been 019 pensioned that carried ti total of 927314 an average of 1514 as first payments A large per cent of these ea en are known as old minors and only appear on the rolls for the one payment Tlit AVur Wltli Siuilii For uecoitiit of service in the with Spain there have been girltltr- F 230 pensions to invalids mud 11 pensions to widows and dependents The total number of claims tiled for account of this war to date has been 435T4 Coder the act of March 3 1001 pro ruling for the repeusioning of wid ows who remarried unit again be came willows there have been 1J05 claims filed There will be an increase in the rtltutber oP fiutisioncrA nth i rolls at time close of the present fiscal year June SO 1901 over the previous year origginn pensions granted as set forth for the 11 mouths there hun been issued fur increases rerating arid accrued pensions 50GSQ certificate or the bureau has written for all classes 04077 certificates There have been 43197 names added I to the rolls since July 1 1900 VOLUNTEER CITY Ceil Iliilllnistnii Month of the Aot mitt eri+ of nu rleii Will Kxtitlt- IIxli n Model lUhlIIlna Chicago June 4nln Railing on Booth eomuianderinchief of the Volunteers of America is planning the eslblishment of a volunteer set tlemeut in the southern part of Georgia which will be larger than any similar settlement in the United Stores It will be known as TIlt Volunteer City and willlcomprise 13000eacres The property is ouned by u wealthy Chicagoan and lies di rectly in the cotton belt and a cot ton manufactory will form the prin cilia occupation of the settlers It is proposed to select thousands of poor families in Chicago and other erowded cities tool furnish them with1 fret transportation cottages and land give them tools and a little money to start them to work The settlers will then be given an oppor tunity to cavil a good living and eventually to pay back the money advanced The projectors expect to make it a profitable investment DOUBLE SUICIDE J Alliert Ilrliik and n Mrx AViilker Drunk IoNon Tin Woman IN Head cued the Man May sic Lincoln Nth June 4T Albert BrinkI city solicitor for a wholesaleI grocery house a lending society young man and a Mrs Walker of whom little is known took poison at llrinks room at the Limlell hotel in an effort to commit suicide When found at 1 oclock Tuesday morning the woman was dead Brink has a fighting chance for life A llruutli Broken Topeka Kan 1 lure 4A drouth of four Creeks in Kansas in broken train has fell throughout ecu teal surd eastern Kansas all night Growing crops will now be per in excellent condition mud the farm lug industry will take on a new lease of life Irof Henry A Rowland Sncep nor Baltimore Tune 4lrof R W Wood rhlX of the University of Wisconsin Monday was appointed professor of experimental physics of Johns Hopkins university succted ing the late 1 rot Henry A ItoxV 1h1dd f Every mother possesses information of vital value to her andthethoughtless physicalwellbeingInchildren also When the young girls thoughts become sluggish when she experiences headaches dizziness faintness and exhibits lowerlimbsandfriendsPinkImills young inthisproofofHelpd1899bRIf 1 have been rely much bothered for some June with my monthly periods being irregular I will tell you all about it and put myself in your care for 1 have heard so much of you Each stoppedforvery norroux and of a very bad color I am n oung girl and hart alway9 had to 5000 work very hard 1 would be very much pleased if PEAltLGooDCor The Happy Result 1900DEARLydiaE jhasMyworkusingyourhealthy and happy girl I think if more women belessexpress Pinkhams r Cor 29th Avenue and Yeslar Way Seattle Wash IIPlAff JlBn Owen thee fact that some skepticalaI I questionedIlkhairsdeposited5ouwhichabovetestimonialwriters special permission LVBIA E PINKHAM Mwjicis t Co HOGS CATCHING FISH I1ahin ton Farmer Must Ieee Tli rir Sivliic A Say fruit Rivers He- caure of Their llking fur Snlauon In the state of Washington as all school buys and girls doubtless know are the greatest salmon fisheries in America Every spring the swift mountain streams are fairly alive with these beautiful reddish yellow fih three and four lent in length and weighing often 25 and 30 pounds ar they go up the river to deposit their eggs in the headwatersI of the moun lain streams Then in the early full they cUlue down again It is during these two serious that what iis known as the saloon run iis at its full height nail this is the time to which the Wash ington buys look forward to all the rtistof Ithe year But theI queerest fishers are neither Indians nor buys tars an exchange of that state They are hogs So fund are the hogs of this delicacy which costs the people of London one dollar a pound that the farmers who hun pastures along the rivers have great trouble fencing the farms so that the hugs cannot get into the streams Mr Hug wades in or swims in according tuthe helium of the stream and then watches fur the salmon The salmon swims along un siispeetingly 11r Hug is ready for him Quick as a flash he fastens his greedy jaws about the great fish and carries him ashore there to devour him with the greatest relish Then hack he slips into the water to watch fur the next travrler along that way He will keep this up until his hun rr is satisfied This Indulgence ruins giresaune it That is the reason the farmers Ikeep their lugs as Jar from the streams as possible GROUND STONE AS FOOD Scarcity of IM I Mr Matter In India IfUil lit the CoiiNiiniiitloii of triable tuck s On account of the absence of seeds and succulent roots of grasses says time chief medical officer uf Jtajputmna in a recent report the bark of trees- and even grouudup rucks Ire used J principally to give bulk to the scanty meal and thereby stay the pangs of hunger for a lustier time At present small proportions of ground Khejravbark are iu use nearly everywhere and in the proportion of about one part to twenty of Hour it docs not impair the digestion of the laboring classes although it dues so if taken in excess says St James Gazette v Indeed small quantities of this bark well ground are said to aid digestion and to make up to some extent for the want of fresh vegetables A soft stone plia Chata found on the t UikanenMarwar border of Jaipur is largely used in that part of the coun try to give bulk to the meal This stone is friable and easily ground into = fine powder It contains an oleagi minus substance which has some nutritious qualities and the people have found that when finely ground and used in the proportion of about one fourth to threefourths of hour it r tines not impair digestion for a con usedintrition emaciation bowel disease swollen feet and other signs of starva lion Other barks and earthy sub stances thefleshofwas used extensively had no ill effects lloylcs Literary WorktThe father of the game of whisttt Edmond lloyle lived to be 97 years old 1 His treatise on cards huts been pub fished in sill languages and probably passelthrongl1work appeared in London in 1742 andt1770 it had reached its fifteenth edi tion Then the commentators revisers critics iconoclasts pirates andexpuilnders set in and from that time on down to time present dayinnumer able Iloyles have been issued J r Cone In PiiraBuar Par is to thelistThere are now about a million plants inthe 1 nurseriesThe ilodertyThe the kai printantlhedelhcrsttonoyrdJ down bya stenographer c r J J 4- r AN ACTORS CRIME 1- zz Edward Forshay Shot and Killed JMiss Edna Stokes an Ac t tress in Chicago TOE MDBDERFR INTENDED SUICIDFI j The GonpIe Were 31 embers offftbe Stock Company Ilayinc at tIle 1heatcrkFertiny Snya He CoIIIII ot Lise ButHII Ihiluint Moment Chicago Tune t1tlnnd Ionshay ofkiayssus City an aeior loin as Kiiftuti manager of thnitrieul com panies Monday night t hot and killed Miss Edna Stokes an actress wbose lhouic is at Sedans MoI uith whom ltd was deeply in love 1 Korshny teiTns to leave met Miss StokcK in- St Louis rsix years ego when they Wtfr hoji playing an riigttgciriirnt The onplc played in flifferent elites of the country until lust full when 1h came to Chicago and became miTibt r of the stock company play ink lit the Victoria I heater j Irshay evidently intended to take his H utter kilUrfr the woman for upnit his person when arrestedt were leti rs bidding farewell to hits moth er S9rs11 M Pnr hay 15CW Itroadway Ks i vas City Mo and another to CtI of 1oliee ONeill of this city llmi n IJrMprrntf liittrrel The couple had engaged in a des perate quarrel three day ago and Ffirsliay iis said tp ha e beaten the stress badly cutting her heat ih two places tiss Stokes gave orders to 1he proprietor of the Vernon hotel where she was staying that Forahay should not be admitted to licr presence anti although he ailed there twice during1 the early part of the eveiiinfr ht was compelled to leave by the attendants Liter he caJJed and the proprietor told him tlut ho could wait in the parlor whose Miss Stokes would see him Sin cntne torn from her room anti 111cHHiplc talked for about ten mJTi tes when Forshny suddenly dnA a revolver and firel1 two shots ono Ittssing through the right lung aprl the oilier close to the heart Jits died almost instantly The Miirilcrpr Arrested 4ctr Jxillinq tlie woman Forshny ra froinitjtol nljdinp and wnll closely followedi by Joseph lleim and Uni Kennedy the porter of thr lintel AfiT pursuing him a short distance H cim overtook him andI throwing him to the sidewalk held him until th policeAVhdn stption jforah y said that he ititemled to kill himself as he could not live without Miss Stokes love but that lilt nerve Tailed him al the Jlast minute f t h r T tH t A DARING HOLDUP Three Men Itnliltcit fitnttrii Hnmn of f2lOO In Uroiiil Daylisht Alinoxt in the heart i f Ion Newcastle Ja June 4t In JMHvood- Cif ilpnday sifterioon three un uitrlcettntjii tilt Cq lctt Iurn6 tai igt d and Stalthy resident of that place who started to his cprtirries t+ itt 2100 to pay his hands Almost in the heart of town he tart three trnlgeh in a rig Tlley jteeosted hir and he entered into eonversntion with then Suddenly one of the trio I Ialrje man wearing black gog leh jitrip6d into Tlurns buggy nail seized him by the throat One of tin others seized the satchel containing the cash intended for the iptarrynien laud jump ed Into his own rig The man vlth the goggles followed and the three lashed their horse to n run und dia sippeured before Burns could1 recover from the attack Two of the high vayjuen were captured and part of thu iitolen money recovered MEDAL FOR BRAVERY It 1ntt Conferred on lass inroline ilarvlM IIy Mif Irvine Imitate at Iwivn City Iowa City la June 4 Irvi pr insti 1ntca literary society of the towsi stjvo university has conferred mi Miss Caroline Jarvis a uuxiul for Ijravory in saving1 the life of It Ml Fa ah a student of the 3iveriry a Young Fagan and Miss Janis were Coating when wind capsizid tin boat throwing both into the water Fngan 1 was unable io swim and Miss nests isKtcd him to secure a hold on the boat anti then swum to shore push inir the boat ahead of her Miss Jarvis is a freshntan at the nnivtimtyv loud she won epn ierable lame in literary circles+ a Ilotul UCft roc d Ily Fire Uristol Tenn June 4The Fair inoQt hotel won burned Monday after noon l y a lire that wan Ktorted by children playiig in tIll attic The hotel and fiirjiittire were totiilly de Ptro t cit riiolvinlr a lossI of siosono These were aho individual losses ag grt41 ting jjevonilI thousand dollars All tho ocwpniLta oCtJIl building csc4ped CnndfinnaV hillgtJI June 4 Mondays j Maitiiiisnt of tju trwsury Tmtl fi i s in the ncral f J fumkvchini vt 9 Ltnt 15000b6dSii Vjold YteSenyiiu tiie di vision of redemptiottshtrtt Avail able each balunel l6313d3gold i r4Y01631 I t 1 i i tk SUFFFAGE SCHEMES uII Two Introduced In A In hn nut foii Convention in soi IItnUnunl zitlntljtrptnrr Montgomery Aln JuneJ 1lntotgjlie sutTrugr sdtcuiOii inlrodtieed in tiie coiiMtUirtinnal convention Mon day was ono by Mrlenkhnt of VH C0x wl fili provide that the voter riYtiKt rend unilwriteI or iindersinitd JJ flu constitution pax laves onthtvvqrtu of property or hun tough Jnfl true or been descended from n J soldier It provide however that un cnlave of frond character uta be put on tin roll although lie fills none of the other requirements Another suffrage scheme offered by Mr White of Jefferson provides n poll tux for all voters muter 13 anti lots in all old soldiers After It+ 10 an vducalioiiHl qiiulificaHon is untied It disfranchises vnjrrantK amble n convict and nil who buy or sell votes I IN ST PETERSBURG I Scnutnr Bcyerldtc UnkhlJ liUllllrlr j Into liiiliistrliil mill IoiiiniiTvlnl 1 iiiiililloiu in JliiKkin I St Petersburg June 4Lnitetl j Staten Senator Albert 1 J ISereridge af Indiana arrived1 here Monday He was met by Charlemagne Tower the j United SiVttf nmbnKiidor Secretary Tierce and Consul Ccncnil IT olioway I The senator at outer hc un an inquiry into ltussiiiu industrial nnd commer cial conditions and hind HII interview 1 wilh Mi A Uothstein the hanker lie i expects to tike many important 1per 1 riituigcs will remain hetv ohms a week ami will then tisit Moscow the neighboring factory towns tho I Volga valley and the iron work around Veknterincnbiirg in the Pral mining district Later Senator trey I ritlIiIt traverse Siberia He believes America should and will have I a splendid Kussiiin trade IMMIGRANT INSPECTORS j Three Will Itr Sent to Porto lion For lcrinnntiit Duty There AVIIII Keep Clilnc Out Wahington June 48sisfmtISecretary Taylor of the treasury eeIpart inont nud Comniistsioner Coneml Powderly hire decided to send three immhrrant inspectors to Porto Ktco for permanent duty Tt iis feared that the recruit decision of the supreme court in the insulnr cases may stiin iilatr ChlneM immigration to tht United States The collect urn of eus tons have hitherto acted TR iiiKwe tors and vil continue to do so but the need for addition help in keep ing nut the CJiiwse Ui upparent to the otheinls not from unit on the ex elusion laeeswilt be more rigidly en forced- LODGEDtIN I JAILJT 7 tr Tim XVlilteentlfiii ViinloiI In Tcxtin Kor blunter rreHleiI it Iluiit- vllle 1- nltntttvih1e Ala hone Jlim White cotton wanted in = fin Jneiiitn county 1 rutsoils thb entjirirt of murdering William Lyons nt On kitlirst Tex who came back to Jackson county Ala iKuna more tlian a year ago was lodged in jail here Monday A reward of 500 wno offered for WhitecottouV capture and Will Ajtkiiis a Cum iierland lresbyterloit ininixter re solved to earn the money lIt and a companion located Whiteeotton jn the mountains and attacked Tiim Sun day night A fight cn ued but the fugitive was knocked down and taKrn without biootlshed THE FIRMS MONEY ChuM Crnh rrllUIIJ Sil vnmn lrrcnted thnrgcd lVitt l mh7- xli11 t UUCU Arum Ill Juuc 4 Charle Crosby a trtvrling salesman claiming to represent the 1rick Grocery Co of St Louis was arrested here Monday by the city marshal upon receipt of a tclojrratu from the ahoriff of Fiiinklin county ch rpn 7 him with emlxz 7hingOUOO of the firms money CrosbyI said when arrested h- mess its nil tip with me now Crosby lots been in Anna alt fiv Cjtunt intervals during ilulnst throe eels He lvati cnptnreilI in the Tair TOiiiidn ami Imd plenty of money AN APPEAL FOR AID GriMtt SnlTcplnsr YA Iniinliient at Hi- ikcrtcrillK N t tinny Ivnplc Are IIoiiicJt nnil Urstltntc AllanUi Co June ll special from liutherfonHon N C says Tilt art or and coinmissionera or Kufcersville X have insned im np IpeelI for aid to rebuild their city which the circular fay 3 was destroy- ed1 in the Jiff storm of May 20 Crei sttiTerinar is said to be imminent The nppeal snyvTb 1ft not known how man lives Were lost but 500 dwell us1 houses mills nnd storehouses were swept awny and the damage in the sutra county is put at 101 liOoOOO The dawtajri1 to the town alone will reach 100000 To incretnaelie Ca Itnl StticU New VoilJ June 4 Sioekitoiders- of the njcrican Telefrraph and Tfepuono CoV hehda vprrial inuetinif here andtateilto increase tjit vtLt itnl stook front loeoooHM to Slofl 000000 Vtiit HoiirV IlKSUluK Wjllowmijre Cape Colony lane 2 Commandauf 1 tiCr with 700 tiurn attjicKcilv ViHowmorci Satnrday but was beaten oft after nine hours tight in r GIGANTIC1 SCHEME All Railroads Operating Between the Mississippi Direr and thep Pacific to Consolidate PIERPOST MORGAN AT THE UEAD The Differences Settled In Keiranl tot the Iturtiusrtou Deal and theI Northern 1acilic Corner Great Aorlliorn Llilon ImIHe St Taiil Chicago t orlliircttfru nUll thlclIn rein crllIlo Ilie Znkcn Cure OftNets lark tune 4One tremend outs consolidation of nil niilroads op ratIina between the lt umuipui rivet and the Piuific toast promises to result from a settlement of the dif ference iiicu caused the Northern lacin corner It iis announced on the highest authority that not only hove the differemes been settled be tween the MorgnnHill faction trod a the Hiirriman party regarding the llurliiigton dent and the relations of that railroad and tilt Northern Pa cific and the treat Northern with tine Inion Pa ifiV but also that Ithe Sr Paul the Chicago nnd Northwestern a and the Chicago Great Yesttrn will be taken caiv of in the great Imrinon ixation scheme of the trunk lines of the west Kvnct details of the harmony ngreement ore withheld until 1 J Pier pout Morgan arrives front En rope Tlc will sttil for this country Wed nesday lames 7 Hill who has been his representative in the Northern Pacific conflict and in then practical management of the MorganHill1 rail roads1 has remained incommuni cado giving to his friends the as surance that we must wait and see Facts will tell tilt tall in good time In Mr hulls simple expression is the whole truth in n nutshell The agreement regarding the controversy over the control of the Northern Pa cific means firwt that the property will remain under the direction of the MorganIIill faction although the Kiihn LoebKarrlmannoiild fut tion hw eked by the IJockefeUer antI Stillimm interests owns the ma jut hty of the common Ouch preferred stock combined scud further that thett harmony agreement will result in a closer alliance between the great tiMrsMixMinsippi niilroads which ex tend from Chicago to thtmst anti have affiliations to carry American products to the far east THE COMPLAINT CHECKED j t UrO SIglClntcyV Comll lion Slightly Hot l t r InorinKiMl hccrfuLtc a- In tllit AVhite house Washington June 41t1 JItxey after remaining in the white house for nearly three hours Monday night said that there had been no change in the condition of Mrs MtKinley At 11 oclock sh was resting com fortably The complaint which man ifested itself while Mrs MeKinley was vwny from Washington aiid whit hi has so seriously sapped her Htrength hits been cheeked hut its effect hits been to leave her in a veryweak condition At the white house Monday night there was a very slight increase in cheerfulness and the hope is expressed that Mrs MeKinley may again give evidence of the remarkable vitnntyshe has displayed heretofore TERRIBLE FALL F Tcilily Oliver n Performer in n JII tvny SliiMV IttiflTnln Kvposllio- iiIerliits IliliiIIy Hurt Hntfiilo Juno 4Teddy Oliver 19 years oW was perhaps fatally in jjuredI white doing his act in a Mid way show at the exposition grounds MondayI night Olivers turn wits to ride a bicycle off the edge of a plat forw 40 feet high and dive into a pool if water below The water in the basin into which Oliver made the dive is lIs feet deep in the center the bottom slanting upward towurd the edge of the pool where il is only five feet deop last1 an he reached the edge of the platform his wheel swerved to the light and Oliver was thrown hud foremost into the shallow water on the other edge of the pool Kxtrn Jiewnlon Irolialile New York Tune 4 Oflieials of the administration for the first time since tIll announcements of the decisions of the supreme court in the fiiKtilar crier admit that there iis a possi bilityof 4111 extnt session of congress in lnlr4The IvunKnx Vlicat Crop TopeKa Kan June 4lh ports from all pitrt of Kn lisas indicate that the wheat crop is in an unfavorable condition the extreme dry weather in frost parts of the state has caused the wheat to head out before it has obtained its growth Tin Mellivrnoii 1Iotiteil linvnna Tune IThe United States transport McPherson which went anhore on the rocks oft ilatnnxas Feb ruary 4 1184 been floated rind towed into MatttiiK harbor whence the will proetwl to New York The loth 1 11 fnit try 3Iuxtcrcil Out Situ Francisco June 4in 45th infantry IT S V were mustered out of sen ice at the Presidio Monday LV f DOWIES ADDRESS He Prncliiinm Hlmnclf a Elijah t t Irojiliet Before an Anillciicr of 5000 People Chicago Tunc3H1 am Kltjah the who appeared first as riijnh himeelf second as John the BapUst and who now comes in me the re storerof all things Elijah was a prophet John was a preacher but I j tomblnp in myself the attributes of prophet priest and ruler over men fearlesslyItthe 1 ecoledurtiealJ garb I am he that is the living physical and spirtual em bodiment of Klijah surd my cominiii slon to earth a third time has been J prophesied by Malachi by God himself by hut son Jesus by Peter and years ago by Moses All who te me to be in very truth nil of this upVnd le rose to their fecf and greeted the declaration with cheers and handclapping Xoliii Alexander Dowie true to his promises nmdu this statement iron thy platform of the Auditorium Sun day night in the presence of 0000 people It was the culmination of Jrenxied speech in which he tie nofinced everybody and everything HQ in Ziou uursed the pope and the 10tinan Catholic ehurehSiult literally ntjhe masonry the newspapers and ih4 bankers of Chicago and ragtfd ailil tore up and down the stage like iiad man ljnderstand wen what I mean he1olltilllJtdHt will take no counsel inJmy methods of government J torte saute to proclaim theocracy pure and simple the government of God by God and for God and I will never rest till all other forms of government have been driven front this tarthIYou talk about your democracy Jah I tell you democracy has been tried in the balance and has failed The government of the people by the people and for the people is twaddle f stand loyal to the thug and countenance no revolution nut I demand here and now that the name of God must be placed foremost in the constitution of the Unit ed States and the supreme authority of God over all things must be recognized Listen to the first message of the phophet he demanded You must pay your tithes Dud offerings into the storehouse of God Accursed be ye if ye would seek to rob His home of its fullness by not obeying Iihis iIis will sent through Elijah 1t OPENINGS IH THE EARTH 1 A Jftrnncre Phenomenon nt Ilnttw aiinit The Cltlyeiin ire i Much Alnriucil tF nttt Mont June 3Tice strange tug iiibveniertt of the cityof UuMe wljli1tt i has been noticeable at inter iISr aeveral years has again mltn iftjsJJrwl itself by five large cracks in th earth in different sections of th- ecityrhe largest crevice occurs on WcstlGu It IIi t street where a crack 12 jtit hes wide and of considerable length and depth has appeared Three openings occur on the west suh of the town and two on tin east side There is no caving but a distinct lparting of the earth and the granite walls can easily be ieeii ill tlfcm The gas and water com parties have much trouble on account of the strange movement which fre fjuently breaks their underground pipes City Engineer Kiekenbaeh says the engineering department o thc qity encounters the sane trouble as elevation and bench marls in certain parts of the cityare eon sjtailfly changing This is particularly trueof the section west of Main strut and north of Broadway where the marks have been known to shift Ito tile extent of a foot in a very short space of time The continuance of the strange phenomenon is beginning to cause some alarm among the cit izens of IJutte Two lolled at a CrnsrIiiK 1 rie Pa lone 3Yhil driving aervss the tracks of the Lake Shore rallrbnd at Xortheas 16 milts east of Erie Hugh Walters and Michael 1imlley were killed and Unne Haz iett fatally injured Their rig was struck by tine fast man goinsr at a terrific speed The men all lived at Pindleys Lake X Y and were on their tray hors- Urotvncd In a 1iirU Lake Uiiivcr Col June 3 William T fluorite 24 years old a machinist and second lieutenant of Company IL 1st regiment Colorado national guard wasdrowned in the lake at City park Sunday afternoon in full view of V 000 people With two companions he wa5 rowing on the lake when the boat wntl accidentally swamped Many DetitliM Caused By Mxhtiilns-t Xontlon May IFor several days intense heat has prevailed over flak COntiifcnt accompanied by heavy htora s of thunder and hail In sari ouif Sections the crops have been de stroyed and many deaths have been caused by lightning iinrfnnal Fete lusty 1n Homo 3Some June tSunday was the Haprnnl fete and a large crowd wit IttSeda review of tie troops by liking YllJior Knunnnuel who was enthu cirjftieaily received The king per soiriaUy eoitferred upon the prenuer Jjhdibri Xanardelli the collar of the QrWsr of Annunmizita Military Attnelies VItliiIrnvrn Madrid J ine 3Tlle Spanish mil itary attaches at the various Im fcissicsji and legations abroad II- Dlsl yithdraxvii for reasor of Icon amy t RELIABLE =s R B BREVAItD o Has a Superior Stock of the best makes ofall kinds of Hardware which is offered at ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALL GOODS GUARANTEED AS ItEPIIESENTED ROOFING A SPECIALTY HIIBMAIf BIBHICKMANrrrucuY Capital Stock paid in S50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 20000 Does a General Banking Business Loans Money on Liberal Term Acts of Farmers Merchants and Manufacturers respectfully solicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe V l Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars Jo lIiVCasbiort t HIOKMAN WAGON CO AMJFAflUCCK Of TilE CELEBBATKl reoc- 93teE1A WAaQNS HLOKMAN7EENTUOKYI VITALITY FOWERHEALTH RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERYOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous TroublesSvaalmthpowerbve or impart eacriTHEY NEVER FAIL Ko matter how hopeless the case mayseeitAstonishing and quick re sults They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the most power onwiitrnted ful and highly NERVE and BLOOD FOOD known being the and TI D li U E Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restring Lost 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Address TEE 27ESVO REMEDY CO 358 West Jefferson St Low vic L3 Sole Asenta for tho United States Sold by Cowgill Cow ili Low RateJS to Texasx At fre dent intervals during 1901It round trip tickets will be sold via the w jdjfon Belt Route U t from Cairo and V Tq- n It rmPhiS to points Arkansas Louis I rthnat Texas andrI Indian and Okla 1 rhoma Territories fitil greatly reduced sI 1 ifF t hel us whcreyou want to to Also t I when you Would like to leave saJ we iwill tell you when you an secure ono t f cf the lowrite tickets and whit It will t iosf We will also send you a complete schedule for the trip and an Interesting f ffUn book A Trip to Texas tit- j ri i- iI MAW5lTPJLIrtlIL LtfUBULTIIE Go P aM T A utd3 C Cii p Leaves Chicago at 630 P n1 daily tVIA THCICHICAGO M1LWAUt EE ST PAULii RAILIMA- YesArit St Paul at 750 a m 1 tt Minncapollsilte30 a rel 11- isThe Only Perfect Train the World t1-y gifr I V 1h r p- tt Pra L c i Love Will Find a Way and having found a way the homo will be the next thought This is wayINI HOURS WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETELY- from top to bottom and on the eas iest terms to you The very best latest and daintiest FurnlturotheII sensible tables chairs to mako your home all it ought to be UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The Undertakers Department is upstairs where we keep a complete line of Caskets Coffins Burial Robes Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives upstairs over the store where he can be found any time day or night MORRIS PHILLIPS PanAmerican Exposition Best reached by the I Illinois Central Railroad 4 Through service via Memphis Louis ville Cincinnati and Cleveland ef fective on uud after June 1 consisting of SLEEPING AR ChangeBetween New Orleans and == BuffaloeJJ An evening departure from New Orleans and a morning arrival at Buffalo i r SERVICErAND BUFFET LIBRARY CAR Enroute Particulars of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines Wm Murray Div Pas Agt New OrIleans Jno A Scott Div Pas Agt Memphis f A II HANSON G P A Chicago W A KELLOND A G P A Louisville s THE NEW STEAMBOATS St Louis GlobeDemocrat Tho subIscriptions for the establishment of a new line of new light draft steamboats between St Louis and New Orleans are J Coming in rapidly The need of such a i line is undoubtedly great One of the reasons why the railroads have made such tremendous gains over the steam boats in the Mississippi Valley in the past twenty years has been that the r Bteamboatmen have not kept pace with their nvals of the railroad in adopting new ideas rBuilding Material ir I ROUGH AND DRESSED I l j BEN lUMI 1 Doors and Wiudows Shingles c t jJ Lime and OementItA Builders Hardware Paints Oils etc t r ICIIEERFULLYI 1t Hay Oats Corn Bran etc ctcIII t t litP WS Ellison v CARUTHERS t 4 BAKERY AND- CONFECTIONERY i I z 4f 11FRESHBREADCAKES AND I I ES I CLINTON STREET IiiDIMCUf KENHJCKY Telephone Number 90 3 The girls against whom this horrible threat avid crael deprivation aro direct 4 ed have not y determined whether tot 50 on a strike or get married 7 jJ t Ji J i I jDUAT NN- FInB I INSUILANCE AGT8 I I OFFIOE AT F S M BANK A ruralI contemporary tells this on one of its citizens This is tho way ho wrote to her I has not had a line from you in three weeks Has you throwed me over And this is the way she answered him John Hant you hcarn tell that I am on a sick bed where I am slowly ain and cant write a line to save my life you fool you ENVIOUS LOUISVILLE In the matter of that Confederate Re union Memphis bit off mole n she could chaw Next year Dallasonly half as big as Memphiswill simply be choked to death Louisville Times One may reasonably expect to hear some langwidge trom Rev Sam Jones pretty soon The General Assembly of tho United Presbyterian Church Des Moines has decided that persons who belong to secret orders can not go to Heaven and on the night of the very day this decision was reached Rev Sam who had previously ridden the goat mounted the camel of Alee Temple of tho Mystic Shrirers rA Terrible Explosion Of a gasoline stove burned a lacy frightfully writes N E Palmer of Kirkman la The best doctors could not heal tho running sore that followed but Bncklcns Arnica Salve entirely cured her Infallible for Outs Corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases and Piles 25c at Cowgill Cowgills SAFEST TRAVEL The Louisville Post says Statistics show that thero is less loss of life on steamboats than any other highway or conveyance of travel As an example during the past two seasons when tho rival Cincinnati packets carried thous ands of people together with the three excursion boats at this port there has never been a life lost or an accident With the rigid rules and restrictions required by the United States inspec tors steamboats are required to carry everything in tho line of lifepreservers which can always be used at a moments notice in case of accidents which are few and as all steamboats are inspected every year it is a guarantee of safety FRIENDLY RUSSIA As bearing upon the now policy of William of Germany looking to the formation of a European trade alliance against the United States the recent cable news from St Petersburg to the effect that there is no probability of Russia joining such an alliance is some what gratifying- It is entirely logical that the conduct of tho German forces in China reflecting the Kaisers aggressive spirit and greed for Chinese territory should have provoked resentment in Russia The German policy in China was directly aimed at Russias interests It was as distinctly antiRussian as that of Great Britain It could not but convince Rus sia that in any great European crisis she must inevitably regard Germany as an enemy seeking to diminish Russias prestige and to gain advantage at Rus sias expenseI A- The GREAT NEWSPAPER Sunday edition of The St Louis Republic is a marvel of modern news paper enterprise Tho organization of its news service is worldwide complete in every department in fact superior to that of any other newspaper The magazine section is illustrated in dainty tinted colors and splendid half tone pictures This section contains more high class literary matter than any of the monthly magazines Tho fash ions illustrated in natural colors are especially valuable to the ladies The colored comic section is a genuine laugh maker The funny cartoons arc by the best artists The humorist stories are high class by authors of na tional reputation Sheet music a highclass popular song if furnished free every Sunday in The RepublicThe of The Sunday Republic by mail one year is 5200 For sale by all newsdealers DID YOU EVER SEE A Platino Photo Rosedale makes the Genuine Platino or Carbon finished Photos Ddxr Miss hIThe1 nice new line of Children Clothing at ShawsJ A CARD Vto wish to tender our heart felt thanks to Our kind friends and neighbors who aided us kindly in our recent bereavement May Gods choicest blessing test upon them If ALFItED CoOPER fx MRS J J JOKES c 0 rl Yt plo o World Wide feptin l The best best What I IIMens I always Secure a i Article t I wr Ik 1 is a i O Shoes and B Oxfords I With others nocording to your own judgment or S200 An xlell put line of Mens tp tow auto in plain French and Then we wins price but a little heavier than a HUP of Men s fine Shoes at a doubt the best Shoes in We have Work Shoes in pnw from 98c to Boys and and giades from 100 to 250 Our ra1 s from S3 to 350 are hard to Give us a to snit you IVe are sole agents that wont break thro Your money THE STORE f JJi aylO Ti Til JJ 1flr J A iJJJA large Mixed Paints Oils Stains Paint l ash Brushes T T Druggist by If yen this line let him make you uiiDont STAIRS Having f store to Ito per Bros my stock upstairs o1 opposite Dr 1 1 where I will continue the remainder of my b if you want very cheap u B AN lDF R Mc x 1mILEg Meats I Hay and Cement Ella carry c i a firstclass Grocery all 1no 1 our customers Our motto is PRtCE3 ii Try us Clinton Street Goods Promptly Delivered 1000 0000 feet sale about Grove Baptist Eureka Formerly known Gated in South for tho season alized and has 5 it It is an kidneys and liver ed that parties WIB can pass the time seats swings and shade C E EAKER TlNG MA BINI Ry1 Binders Mowers and The best lowest prices terms Also general as of Family Groceries Louis pastor warns women Qilgaging in business This overlooks the fact that hus must cat and drink and have TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE StLouisollorts to induce a good class of immi contiguoustoMauufacturingSito solicits the support tho cooperation and the assistance of the people of every PLcSlncall who orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to tin railroad agent nearest them giving pricesmustof local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling laud to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative pricesLarge tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted r B KILLBBRBW purchasitat EllisonsIndustrial AgontnTraffc Manager NASHVILLE 11I NNII q r r 1rt1r L i We make Under- takingrsv ji an important branch of our busi ness ono that ro F he r coives Years of if has in a of as modern d that is a model of kind i Every proper every feature is therein that is be i fitting of tOO are f do Md vdd and can body leng ill of flff 3 a JS v r You step lively with ease in these Brown Shoe Cos Shoes salo by L D SIMMONS I III There Ls serious discussion on the Continent of tho to form tt union to exclude trade Even talk of such a shows how much American is feared it is an of superiority The London Times sconts tho idea It says I Our old friend the Concert of could be got to adopt it adds If I American Our interests II ditions end inclinations all I course to us With the markets Great and her colonies ing open the welt Years In lied Will wonders ever cease the to leave her bed in seyeu years on ac count of kidney and liver trouble nerv enabled three me to she writes and in ache Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells you Only Mr C E Smith the tinner thoroughly competent skilled is now with It B Brevard Roofing and andI kinds of Tin Work Give him a can R B ItKV AltO may as well expect to steam and you may know that his is pid when he doesnt ating en has hoadcache and sometimes dizzi restore liver to its normal h r O1ALYOALtis Orders with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BEPAID FOR ON t DEL IVERY ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS A Son TilE WIUDENLEG IUD When Miss Augusta Wolff of Chi cago became Mrs Leonard Appleman she discovered that her ideal was a man with a wooden leg Mrs Appleman says she so at the discovery and the manner in which she had been deceived she allowed their honeymoon to last but two days She goes further and declares that in reply to her oft re peated inquiries prior to their marriage as to Applemans lameness sim ply lied She has sued for a divorce t I 1d UNDERTAKING careful and thoughtful attention undertaking exfperience resulted system nearly perfect 1can conceivean undertaking establishment its accessory an undertaking establishment highest character NVe prepared to i FIRST CASS EMBALMING i1l preserve a for any time i r i t STEPHENS SMITH J k SHOES can and for FEAR AMERICAN COMPETITION proposition American boycott competition admission American Europe not and Iorfatelaudkinsfolk dictate traI Britain remain suggested boycott hopefulaspectSeven inquire LawrenceKan debilitybutwalk personWomenNervousness Sleeplessness itSatisfactionCowgill 50- cTinner There and all IYou run a activeliver tor orfeelsObamberlainsStomach his renewhis Priceadrugstore accompanied Alex Paris IT was angered Mr our f contained loHional Ittt M 3- YOU Feeds For Ic i HAVE HEARD OF INTER NATIONAL STOCK FOOD j HAVE YOU TRIED IT l IIIt is sold on a positive guarantee If 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 Wo will not lengthen this advertise ment but for the next 80 days will give the INTERNATIONAL STOOK BOOK i illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored1 Engravings that cost upwards of 13 00000 to produce Book is 93 by 6j in contains description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs and poultry contains a FinelyfIllustrated Veterinary Department It 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 80 days from me personally v J A MCCLURE 516 Troy Ave Hickman Kyr Orders Left at- Shaws Dept Start iwill receiv Prompt attentkuu r 1 r i i r