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I i jjw- Ta I 11 t HE IGK 1j f N QQlJRlEft w v 7W x == c = t fX WESTEROLDLSN KENTUCKy f- ti n ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKSVIAN 1 FULTON COTOTY KY JUNE 14 19O1 VOL XXXVI NO 29a H8l- r i R r p b fn Y J h I H- rf o- fJrr t I i I l+ t l k1 1III1 I1q j AAN- t 1t Ii a j i f t TNYTIIING INTHELARG E ST CKS O I 1 1 I l o i F f qt f r tio r t Children s r1 Clothingt Q L DI IWifQ1 fQRDS a GoAta S ii II At t i i i 2 J f kr OO J Ii J Vi m5d 1IrS j srx I 1 i SSSSSSSffffLocal and Personal Miss Ivie Cheek has been elected Music teacher fir Carr Institute Fulton Miss Bertha Douglas of Memphis I n visitor in Hickman this week DrJA Self and Miss Ida Under EVV wood of Clayton Obion county aver I married last week J Tap Bynums drug store MasonI Hall was destroyed by tire last week r Insurance600c Miss Ruth Holcombe who has bee attending Soule College Mnrfreesboro I 34 Tenn has returned home Ross Morgan a negro for stealing 35 from a Fulton merchant was placed in the county jail Saturday lefrt Sunday night to take in the Pan Amer ican Exposition Buffalo Hi V k Mr and Mrs Henry BnchananT ant I Misses Sadie and Lizzie Atnberg lean about the 1st for the Pan American a Buffalo NY i t t4 J L 1 L t Miss Bessie Seated of Union City iiV visiting relatives in Hickman Miss Lucy Reid from West Virginia who has been visiting her cousin Miss Lizzie Tarns returned home lastweek Mr Bryant Cox of St Louis has been in Hickman this week to attend the BaltzerFnqua marriage j SEEisA Platino Photo Rosedale makes the Genuine Platino or Carbon finished Photos oMr Seth Jurlin hits returned v from St Louts and other points on a visit to home folks but will leave us in a few daysThemembers creamnBaptistChurchj supper Wednesday for the benefit of the Hickman Baptist Church FOR SALE1mute about 0 years old and 1 mare and colt TlIOS McDERMOTT There is good prospect that the Grand Rivers boom will bo revived St Louis capitalists have bought the furnaces prodoperatmanufacturing town are U1anife tl1 l i I J xMr W S Burnett of the Muscow Mills was in Hickman this week Mr and Mrs Tim Jackson of Clinton Ky visited mother Mrs A King this week Mr Robt Boston of Tyler Mo is visiting his parents Mr antI Mrs John Boston Union City is making an effort to have Bethel Coiroge now located at McKinzic moved to that place The man that discusses polities now is a hade number Tho people doiit care to hoar too much of it now FOR SALEA lot of Yellow Yam Potato Slips by MRS B u WALKER at the Me Reid place 1lIiss Lillian Mickoi ono of the teach ors at the Potter College Bowling Green is visiting the Misses Faris and other Hickman friends Mrs Nettie King Holcombe has re turned homo from Campbell Mo where she had most successful millinery season Tue great grand glorious old 4th of thedI daysncom menial reasons = i tr y aar atI r F Pu GREAT F 0 1 4x i 1ICUT PRICE SALEy4THE TOPS ARE CUT J JI lOIl1 ill plip tlu oilghut the sorenntiYi1hr Jctit lanes from lt one fomtll down to onotliud oflf 6i lijinix giirOS There isTiio de f rCl nsp in VALUES hull tin onorihous sliiinkagc in the SELLING F PRICES itNote those reduced 1 1Rt LAWNS l1fl M eefUvS tiwthI10 and 15 cents m H DIMITIES 10 alll 1 a oMit worth 15 aiuT25 cents n IIRISHI DUVflTYI lt and 20 cents 11 of till 20 aud25 cents I s SILK GINGHAM cpntJo worth 3o c lltSo Jiisjt received n nice line of Mercerize Chambray which I am selling vory dial A gcto1 lot of Ladies and Childrens Slippersll- ens at cost Lanndortd Shirts at13l ccmts worth HOe f t AD SIMMONStI L 1- BUCHANANS OLD STAND Mr Oscar Salmon visited in Clinton St week VIis3 Kate Griffith returned lust week Om a visit to Cuba Ky- pfrI Senior Roberta who has boon on- o sick list is gradually improving + were glad to learn givoncef Mr Mit Shaw went to East Prairie fits week as first man of honor at th I iryant Wright wedding a acul l l1sL JW11 tithr- r linernJ ngurib iiig1iirttlJI 1 es about as much in ono as tho other pnrchasoitat Ellisons havoheonLake this week f If you want to see tho smartest cnt and sweetest baby that oyer lived just got any mother to show you hers Mrs Milburn and Mrs Monroe of Columbus spent sevoral days with their rionds Air and Miss Booghor thi weekMr Leslie Fortune of Memphis at ionulcd the marriage of his cousin Miss Leone Fuqua The Hickman ladies who are to attend loftrrorMiss Bertha Winslow of Mayliold LayueDnnnJinan Misses Dora Smith and Anna I Onltcir wheretheyNormal School to t Mr L P Ellison has arranged to ofJinowito of his present residence Mr Carnegie or any other man can lJust as happy in a 20000 Jiomo as in one costing 2000000 and squall happy in one not exceeding 20051 Use Butterick Patterns in Tanking TheyareWILSONS BOOK STORE The remodeling of tho Cassidy prop erty by Mr J W Bland is nearing com prettiestdwellingsMr Rich Goalder Iwidrautdaughterdrum is to be married in Cincinnati June 17th to Mr Jackson Wolcott Spar rowCongressman Grosvenor has gone farIIj I in his devotion to McKinley Ilo be t i politicallytwo terms for any President was not enoughPersons who have been exposed to smallpox or any infectious disease should read tho city ordinance thereto pertaining in this issue Any one found on the streets or public places are to be arrested linedc Though the German press is talking about war with America the German Government will be very careful about following tho advice Besides Gor mans and Americans are after all friendly citIzeus Mrs IL A Nussbaum and little sou parentsaMrSeveral weeks returned to their home in Capo Girardeau last Wednesday aeii companied by her sister Pauline i J IJIii Fuqua marriag Among tho prettiest of Juno weddings was that solemnized in the Methodist church lust Wednesday evening when MrGVF Baltzer md Miss Leone Fu byUevTUnusually impressive and beautiful seemed the marriage service that sealed for weal or woo till death do ye part coplcyI groom hau won for them many friends and it was a crowded housoof expectant admirers that greeted their entrance in to the beautifully decorated edifice In design the decorations were most artis tic and perfectly carried out the senti ment of the occasion Great hearts o pink and white caught together withl spacets to the several chandeliers from whic depended Mural hearts formed a canopy in beautiful harmony with the prevail lug tints Two lowly arches of white fromswhich was suspended other hearts of pink and white marked the entrance to either aisle while a third arch of larg er dimensions its white columns on twined with ivy beneath which even more beautiful Lovehearts hung sus pended was erected above tho chancel railing The organ was banked with potted pleats of bright coloring while palms added a pretty effect to the back groundPrecisely at tho hour appointed the bridal party appeared and to the sweet strains of Tauuhausors wedding march advanced slowly up the aisles preceded by the ushers Mosssrs Jno Dillon and Kenneth Anderson The bridsmaids Misses Ivy Cheek Ivy Debow and Le one Coleman followed by their attendants Messrs Fmley Randle Will Helm and Jno Stubbs grouped themselves within the chancel Littlo Miss Hazel Johnson flowergirl and pastor Harold Debow ringb for leading the t way for the bride and tho groom who were attended by the maid of honor Miss Virginia Luten and bestman Mr Leslie Fortune Upon reaching the altar x they gracefully exchanged partners the bride and groom taking their posi lion beneath the lovely arch erected for the purpose During the ceremony the low tones of organ and violin were Heard in a Dream and indeed the beauty of the scene seemed more a dream than a realityExquisitely gowned in white silk grew adine over taffeta fashioned in the lat + est mode her sweet face encircled bydthe bridal veil of soft tulle and grace y fully carrying a magnificent bquojietpfg s bridal roses the bride presented a per feet picture of girlish loveliness Richsand becoming costumes of white oagan dy en traiiie elaborately trimmed with satin ribbons same hueadorned the fair bridesmaids They carried bou honf or also wore white organdy handsome ly made and carried pink flowers The groom and his attendants were withhwhite ties The groom wore white gloves his attendants steel gray Each gentleman was presented with dainty stick pins gifts from the groom while the brides gilts to her bridesmaids were pretty souvenir spoons At the close of the ceremony the organ again pealed forth tho familiar strains of Lohengrin and a quartet of sweet voices sang of joy and happiness to the happy pair as they quietly left the church Hosts of friends attended t congratulations them They were recipients of many costly and handsome presents After exchanging their bridal attiro for stylish traveling suits Mr and Mrs Baltzer left for an extended tour East They will visit the Buffalo Exposition while absent They will be at home to their friends after June 25th FS Geo W Jordan years ago one of tho leading business men of Moscow and this section died atStepheusyillo rex June 6th aged 66 years n SHAWSEWall 1 tIG 0 IIE t4 as cheap asjany one See them be r f fore you buy anything 1 w A PAPER OF GARDEN SEED j I Given Free 1 With each cash purchase of 8100It 4 M B SHAWS SONSfY T TV TT tr L fJr t S OOOOOOOCXXX50OOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXOOOOC tk Changes In Revenue Law c The Reduced War Taxes as They GoIInto Effect July 1 y t Beginning with July 1 certain changes in the war revenue bill will go f into effect The original measure it will be remembered was enacted by congress June 13 1S9S just after the breaking out of the SpanishAmeri can war Just prior to adjournment the last congress made certain amend meats to this net Perhaps the changes that will be most noticed by the general public will be the removal of the tax on bank checks and drafts sight drafts money orders leases mortgages or conveyances in trust jiromissory notes and fort25000nd 2 for each additional 1000 is to be retained So also is the I tax on stock brolers of 50 on pawnbrokers of 20 on commercial brokers i of 5So and oncustom house brokers 01 10 l Proprietors of theaters and like places of amusement and proprietors I circuses arc still to be taxed 100 The tax of 10 on nil other exhibi dolts is also retained The new law made no change In the tax of 5 levied on each bowung alley or billiard table 5 Tobacco and snuff come in for a discount of 20 per cent on the old tnx4 frhcre is 41 distinction drawn in the case of cigarettes The tax on those of a certain grade std weight is retained on others the tax ts re duced Dealers in tobacco and leaf tobacco and manufacturers of tobacco anti oi cigare willbe taxed according to the rate now prevailing Oh bonds debentures etc and on certificates of stock of original issue transfers I The tax on sales of products at exchanges is cut in half In the cnse of i I entirelyTenlowedl Proprietary medicines perfumery and cosmetics and chewing gum are I ill to be cxcmptpd from taxation Petroleum and sugar refineries are still I to pay onefourth per cent of their gross receipts in excess of 350000 1 Eneh sleeping and parlor car ticket will continue to pay 1 cent to the gov cducational J ilpTABULAR SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN VAR REVENUES j 1 ArtlelesTaxed by Act of June Taxed by Act of Feb l 13 a 1M1 lSUSII I pereJl60 per bbl dls reo pealed13ankcrsi addltfnf Retained UetaluvdPawnbrokersRetainedCommercialRepealedCustomRetainedProprietorsProprietors of circuses 5100 Retained RetainedBowlingj j RetainedTobaccoI dlccounttClRtirs nut over three pound per IWO Jl per 100018r cents per lb RetahatHlC1 nt not more than per 1000 ISai aIl2 spcN 1000 38 teats I per lh Ltr Dealers In leaf tobacco S6 to 121 Retained l I iRetainedII j P Manufacturers Of cigars 5 50 to tntlad110n-l1t debenture etc I cents for each SIOORttaIDfd Certificates of stark original Issvel 5 cants for each Sltt i Rptalned shopsSalesSales of merchan 0 dice In actual course of tran tpnrtattony V exempted ram tx15mk ohccks 5 cents nepealed nU fora SIIO wrt fkoatOgbl1fPOttxnts RellJecIi RepealedtMoney 31111s of exchange foreign I Cents for each S10A2 cents for Inch 163 n Bills of lading for export 10 ltd ISxpress receipts 1 crntsIRperefit receipts or domestic belt of lading 1 tRflt lnMIInepealldDonds Indemnity xeept tes Certificate of damage La cents RppealedICertificates not otherwise specified RepealedSCharter party tRetainedConrod beUw Si d tOO Ah ve JI5W V cent for each S1OOI Telegraph me sasres I cent Rfpenled- Kntry of goods at e h for consumption V cent to 1 Retained Entry for withdrawal JO cents nttalntdIInsurance IIflIcents or each vw Resealed Marine Inland fire h cent on ort U Replied Casnsltv fldelitv and guaranty V cent on cb SI Repealed I caSo II cents toI Repealed Manifest for custom house entry St to Sa ji T7ppenle Mortgage or cOnvevancc In trtiat ctnt for each 1500 Repeal d Passage ticket I to 55 Exempted below 50 In value Power of attorney to vote m cents q nenled Power of attorney to ellcents Repealed Protest S cents Repealed Var hoiise rcceiptp 25 cents Repeated Proprietary medicines ti cent for each 5 v cent + Repealed Perfumery and cosmetics U cent for each 5 rents Hepenled- Chcwla sum 4 cents for each SI Repealed Wines 1 pt 1 cent more1 than 1 pt pnt Retained Petroleum and sugar refineries i per cent sross reo Ifttc In excess ofs 2SOOOO netalnei fill cping and parlor car tickets 1 cent T flpM Legacies v Various rates ETrludM from ix JeIclr chari table itli cell glnus literary or educational charac I ter t tMIxed irons 4 rents tlllI barrel P txInpT Manufactures of mixed flour J12 per arnm Retained Tea Custom du v of 10 rents flour OC1tAIpd Epitaph and Pun One evening at a small party which included the two friends Douglas Jcrrold and Charles Knight the au liiorpublisiicr the talk turned on I epitaphs A34 They assess walking home to gcUler Knight half lightly and half incjirnest asked the wit to write his epitaph for him Terrold made no answer but when they came to the j lriifgof their ways he sadden 13 said Ivegot your epitaph WclJvhatis it Good Sni lia =Youths Compan iou 7 Trnfllc in Russia Early in April there were 1 lying Eatthc stations of three Russian 1 railroads waiting to be forwarded 27000 car loads of grain equal to about 22000000 bushels much of which had been waiting for months- Complaints that railroads are not able tbhandle their trailic tire com mon in Russia Tront of the ocean The weakfish is revisiting the At antic coast much to the satisfac ttioiiofMepieuresi who know that the fish thus handicapped by Ut name iis the trout of the ocean jk lOutUoor Relief In KiiKluiid iV niht Southwestern counties of I r tiingjand 37 out of every 1000 per t sons are in receipt of outdoor relief number falls to 10 In the northwest counties Arsenic for Ilartlciiincr Shut Shot is generally hardened by the t addition of a small quantity of arsenic to the leads Mother and Queen Queen Victoria always made it a point to keep the religious instruc tion of her children as much as pos sible in her own hands Once when the archdeacon of London was cate chizing the young princes he said Your governess deserves great credit for instructing you so thor oughlyAt hiclt the youngsters piped up It is mamma who teaches us our catechism It is not perhaps generally known that the queen occasionally taught a Bible class for the children of those in attendance at Windsor palace London Beacon In Mono of an Inventor A movement has been started in Georgia to perpetuate the memory of Eli Whitney by converting into an elegant country club the scene of his labors near Augusta where he perfected his cotton gin An organization has been perfected and n charter for the club secured Free Medical IIelt In England 972000 people a year receive free medical attendance compared with only 230000 in France and the cost of these French invalids is only JE5SOOO com pared with c 150000 spent in medical relief in Ireland A lllK UnttlCMlilp A battleship of 10000 tons dis placement the largest ever designed is to be added to the United States m1rlf the proposed speed of 21 knots is secured T this ship will be the masterpiece in naval construe tion DECISION OF SUPREME COURT It IB a Complete Straddle fromtbe View of the Ordinary 1lIlaD To H layman the decision of tile itiprenu court in the Porto Jtfcan eases is rather wobbly and presents some rather curious anomaliq The constitution does follow thcftfo fp i then again it does not stay wtlifit The island is territory of the Cnited States and yet the people thcjre hate no free trade with the country to theydecidewiJh island are in tIlt coastwise frade of the Initcd States and yet wluui they ship any goods by these cdastwlse vessels they cannot land I hem in any of our ports without paying a tariff duty on tilt same Yet the goods they shipped here prior to the passage of paiddutythose who paid it Y There is only one clear natter congresshaspleases for these territories Other rselfiri1 hl not have been a more complete strad die from the view of an ordinary llay doubt tie 1ncler14tThat the eourt itself WK not vary clear about some of the points at issue gnu be seen by the remark of one of tilt justices who taunt his IhrotI I I j lomI1115itlee Harlan one of the four minority judges said I reject altogether the theory that congrews in its liscrg tOIlNtitntipnIto be a domestic territory of the a United States acquired andwHleh could onlyI have been nLlurtc d l in virtue of the constitution ifbunnbt agree that it in a domestic territory of the Untied States for the njirpose of preventing the application of upII Dinglcy tariff net imposing duties on imports from foreign countries I hut not a domestic territory snit part j of the United States for the purpose of enforcing the constitutional requirement that all duties iimposts and excises imposed by congress shall be uniform throughout the United States I do not understand how Porto then can be a domestic territory of the Inited States as we have distinctly held in De Lima vs Bidwell and yet that it is not as is now held embraced by the worIs throughout the United Stated The expanding future of our country justifying the belief that the United States is to become what ia called a world power of which so much was heard at the argument =does not jus tify any such juggling with the words of the constitution as would author ize the courts to hold that the words throughout the United States in the taxing clausi of the constitution do not embrace a territory of the United States rill is a distinction which I am unable to make and which I do not think ought to be made when we are endeavoring to ascertain the meaning of a great instrument of government PORTO RICOS PLIGHT rlthrl The news from Porto Rico says that the merchants there are de jected since they heard that they have no rights tinder the constitution and can be taxed to suit the pleasure congressOnebill comes into full force July 1 we will be under practically double tax ation The cheerful news however is given in the same Associated Press dispatch that Gov Allen is giving his earnest consideration to the practica laity of securing at an early date free trade relations between Porto Rico and Germany Is that to be the end of our colonial system fee trade with nil the world but the United States But perhaps this is necessary to protect the sugar and tobacco trusts No wonder the is landers are dejected but they must cheer up When the democrats con trol congress they will deal with attest more righteouslyI and the day is not far distant or all political sijjiis fail OC course the tariff mutldle in the new islands acquired jjy the United States would be a muehmor e serious affair than it is it4iwere tot for the certainty that F within a tCW years at best the whole sehem e of protection will fall to pieces titsown weight Kansas City StarK PRESIDENTS SOVERrTGNTY- prolinblr tonrne of MeKinlr Ite KiirillnK the Ililllpiiliien Since the Supreme ourt Deolnloti The supreme court decision on the Porto Rico cases made consileryble flutter on the presidents train ac cording to the correspondent of the Washington Post who accompanied the party on the trip He forecasts the action of the administrn ion to meet the new conditions In the 1hil ippines brought about by the decision as follows The president will probably issue an order applying solely to the Phil ippines imposing upon goods export ed from these islands to the United States a rate of dutyequal to the tarn imposed by the Dingley law upon the sumo articles entering the United States This it iis believed will close the door by a method cer lain to be sustained by fhei supreme court if a test case should bl brought before that tribunal for decision Some consideration WitS given to the question whether the president had the power under the Spooner act to impose u duty in tills country upon articles imported front the Phil ippines The general opinion was that grave doubt existed as to wheth er he possessed the power and it seemed to be accepted that the ex port duty plan offered the most feasi ble solution The importance of speedy action teas emphasized in view of tilt fact that if the matter is left unsettled until congress meets next December there will be very large importations from the Philip pines without the payment of duty In addition to this it was realized that the exporter t of Chinese tea which pays ten cents a pound duty and Chinese silks which are also sub jetted to a high tariff would send their goods to the Philippines paying the slight duty exacted there and then have them forwarded to tho United States where they would bo entered without additional cost Tap allege und oriental goods nf all clc scriptions could also enter the Unit ed States by the roundabout but eco nomical route Frost this it will be seen that the triumph of imperialism also huts its trails and tribulations and the end is not yet THE FLAG COVERING SLAVERY f Pre IUetit Mclvlnler Tnken No Steps to Ilhcrnte hut Inland Subjects When once men have been enslaved how ditlicult it is to rcinstill them with the love of freedom The Eng lish foreign office reports concerning the working of the decrees freeing the slaves of Zanzibar and Pemba Fewer slaves appeared for freedom in 1900 than in 1899 because the Brit ish commissioner avers most of the slaves know that they are not likely to gain much present advantage sea big that those who were thrown or their own resources have a difficult time to make a living The masters have been lkinder since the slave legislation was enacted and seek to make their service more at tractive Perhaps this iis the reason that resident McKinley has not taken steps to free the slaves in our islands of the sea but then our flag floats over republican institutionsor has until the new imperial policy was in augurated and Britain is an empire Surelywe should not be behind the English in at least attempting to free our slaves especially as the constitution commands it OPINIONS AND POINTERS The trusts declare that free trade will have little or no effect upon them but they do not want the tariffs abolished just the saullIn dianapolis News Ind Pierpont Morgan bought S200 000 or 300000 worth of curios on the continent and then bethought himself of the fact that it would cost half as much more to get them past the customs officers ia New YJrk So he gave the lot to the British mu seum This tariff of ours is u great convenience at all times Rochester Herald The Filipinos can now rest as sured that under our plan of benevo lent assimilation theytwill get all that is coming to them The supreme court has derided that those who are not killed can be allowed to live those not deported or imprisoned may retain their liberty and those having property may keep it subject to the right of congress to take it away from them Indianapolis News Ind RELIABLE R Be RETARD Has a Superior Stock of the best makes off kinds of Hardware which is offered at- ONE PRICE and that the very lowest the market justifies ALLi GOODS GUARANTEED AS RfHESITED ROOFING JL SPECIALTY gPTrIUMAIll g JB1AU HIT s KENTUCKY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus 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 t Has never yet beer Opened by Burglars o CublerOr HIOKMAN WAGON CO ASCFACTDBEBS er TilE CELEBRATE 2teEMA WAGtQ S HEMAN KENTUCEY 1ITIIITHOIII1HIT1 RESTORED The weak made strong by the use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles SEtfSrSSJSSTHEY NEVER FAIL No matter how hopeless the case may cm Astonishing and quick re suits They iupplyI the Nerves Brain and Blood with tqc most powo EcunccntrI Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital ity naturally und IJariffi Talletsnrl the product of the latest moot permanently and learned research in clawsierral every time used They begin at the seat of the disease and act on the andandi ManlJImpotencyVertigoStfinos t Prevent J Paralysis and Consumption Weak Women jss1 They will brlnFthe Bloom of Health to Pale Paces ndd pteatnirc to life We could clvo Thousv antis of Testimonials but your best ray is to try them We refund tho money if a euro in not affected aTry them and If you want It you ran have your money back laid for tho asking Price 50c a box of ten days treatment Six hoxc S2V Securely wAleil by mail Postage etsmps taken same a+ cash Addreos THE NEBVO REMEDY CO 3S8 West Jefferson St Ixmto villa Ky Solo Agents for the United States Sold by Cowgill Cowgill The Shortest Route to Texas One reason why travelers to Texas go via Cairo and the Cotton Belt Rjsute is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter thanother routes distancejth ascorresponding say h11o t ng in time Cotton Belt trails pay Pullsun Sleepers st night Parlor Cafe Cart durln j the day and Free Chilr Can both day and night Write and tell us where you see going and when you will leave and we will tell you the exact cost of I a ticket and send you a complete schedule for the trip We will also send you an Intcrestinj little book A Trip i Texas NINWIT Pl firs iL- ENleBUtiEGPMdTASLLsthlM Leaves Chicago VIA at THE 63U p m daily J JtCHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY Arrives St Paul at 7 SO a m h Minneapolis at 830 a m The Only Perfect Train in the World i i If tiII- I1I w J 4 9 4- t + c i c THE GAMBLING EVIL Dr Talmage Arraigns the Spirit of Wild Speculation JIi Clv Some Account of tke Klnuti clal heels of Other Day Money a Goldrn Itreattedl- lirU Copyright JD01 by Louts KlopscTi N Y In this discourse Dr Talroage ar raigns the spirit of wild speculation and gives some account of the finan cial ruin of other days Proverbs 235 Riches certainly make themselves wings they fly away as an eagle toward heaven Money is a goldenbreasted bird with silver beak It alights on the office desk or on the parlor center table Men and women stand and admire it They do not notice that it has wings larger than a ravens larger than a flamingos larger than an eagles One wave of the hand of misfortune and it spreads its beautiful plumage and is goneus- an eagle toward heaven my text says though sometimes 1 think it goes in the other direction What a verification we have had of the flying capacity of riches in Wall street And Wall street iis one of the longest streets in the world It does not begin at the foul of Trinity church New York and end at the East river as many suppose It reaches through all our Ameri can cities and across the sea Hn couraged by the revival of trade and by the fact that Wall street disasters of other years were so far hack as to be forgotten speculators run up the stocks from point to point until innocent people nn the outside suppose that the stocks would al ways continue to ascend They gather in from all parts of the country Large sums of moneyare taken into Wall street and small turns of money The crash conies thank God in time to warn off a great many who were on their way thither for the sadness of the thing in that a great many of the young men of our cities who save a little 1money for the purpose of starting themselves in business and who Lave 500 or 1000 or 2000 or 10 000 go into Wall street and lose all And if there ever was a time for the pulpit to speak out in regard to cer tain rinds of nefarious enterprises now is the time Stocks rose and fell and now they begin to rise again and theywill fall again until thousands of young men will be ruined unless the printing press and the pulpit give em phatic utterance My counsel is to i mayhearsurplus to invest it in first mortgages and in moneyed institutions which though paying comparative ly1 small interest are sound and safe beyond dispute and to stand clear of the Wall street vortex where so many have been swamped and swal owed What a compliment it is to the healthy condition of our country that these recent disasters have in nowise depressed trade I thanl- God that Wall streets rapacity to blast this country has gone forever First of all Wall street stands as a type in this country for tried integrity and the must outrageous villainy Farmers who have only a few hundred dollars worth of produce to put on the market have but little lo test their character but put a man into the seven times heated furnace of Wall street excitement and he either comes out a Shadrach with hair uusingedor he is burned into a black moral cinder No halfway work about it If 1 want ed to find integrity bombproof I would go among the bankers and merchants of Wall street yet because there have been such villainies enacted there at different times some men Lave supposed that it is a great finan cial debauchery and they hardly dare go near the street or walk up or down it unless they have buttoned up their last pocket and had their lives insured cr religiously crossed themselves Yet if you start at either end of the street and rend the business signs you will find the names of more men of in tegrity and Christian benevolence than you can find in the same space in any i street of any of our cities When the Christian commission and the sanitary commission wanted money to send medicine and bandages to the wound ed when breadstuffs were wanted for famishing Ireland wben colleges were to be endowed and churches were to be supported and missionary societies were to be equipped for their work of sending the Gospel nil around the world the first street to respond has been Wall street and the largest responses in nil the laud have come from Wall street But while that street is a type of tried ani type of unbounded swindle on the other There are the spiders thatt writ for innocent Hies There are the croco diles iUat crawl up through the slime 10 eranch the cnlf There are the L anacondas uitb lifted loop ready to crush the unwary There are financial wreckers who standon the beach praying fur a Caribbean whirlwind lo sweep over our commercial interests t Let me say it is no place fora man 1 to go into business unless his moral principle is thoroughly settled That is no place for a man to go into bust Jierts who dues not know wben he is overpaid five dollars by mislafceJ wheth er lit Lad better take it bac again or not That is no place for u man to go who has large funds in trust and who is all the time tempted to speculate with them That isao place for a man to owhodoes uo qcite know whether- i the laws of the 6tt forbid usry ur t- ei patronize it Oh hove many men hare risked themselves in the vortex and theirintegritytablished Remember pour Ketcham How soon the flying hoofs of his iron grays clattered with him to his de struction Remember poor pay at 30 years of age astonishing the World riesHernemLere steamboats and whose opera house could not atone for his adulterous rides through Centrnl park in the face of behavior 11 examplehasyoungmengt I hold up the polluted memory 1o warn young men whose moral princi keepoutno place for a who oftemptationwho are doing ontllntthatIsChristian principle You are in a great commercial battlefield courngeousThere thebankstockexchange You be that hero I have not so much admiration for the empresswhoParis and quelledItI r venerable banker on Wall street who in 1SG4 stood on the steps of his moneyed in stitution and quieted the fears of de positors nod bade ngrrWacGoddidand He will tohurtmy that SOrnlhlepassedI ofGodso I your business life will be adjudicated Honesty pays best for bothworlds At certain times almost every prosperous merchant wakes up aiul he says Now I have been succssfuf in my line of trade and I have a tolerable income godownneighborHer He has 300000 or 100000 from the simple fact that he went into Wall street I think I shall go too Her they come retired merchants who want to get a little excitement in their lethargic veins Here they come the trustees pf great property to i fool every thing away Here they corn e men celebrated for prudence to trifle with the livelihoods of witjown and orphans Do you wonder that some tinies they becqmeJnsaneT It is insanity Do you know there nre hun 1 prrisbing bung Do you know that in all Christian lands this is one of the greatest curses mfrcurialAmerlieans I has Indulged in it Tile llolfitndersrl the most phlegmatic people in the world had their gambling seizure in 1GS3 It was called the tulip mania It wait a speculation in tulips Prop I erties worth p00000 were turned into tulips All the Holland nation eithe buying or selling tulips One tut root sold lor 200 another for 2000 Excitement rolling on and rolling on until history tells us that one Amsterdam tulip which was supposed to allcthe world actually brought in the market 1810000 That is a matter of history Of course the crash came and all Holland went down under it slut France must have its gam bUng expedition and that was in 1716 John Laws Mississippi scheme it was called The French had heard that this American continent was built out of solid gold and the project was to take it across the ocean Bud drop it in France Excitement beyond anything that had yet been seen in the world Three 1shares1 had to disperse the crowds that had come to buy the stock Fivei hun dred temporary tents built to ac commodate the people until they- could have opportunity of interviewing John Law A lady of great fashion had her coachman upset her near the place when John Law was passing in order that she might have an interview with that benevo lent and sympathetic gentleman Stocks went up to 2050 per cent until one day suspicion got into the market and down it all went John Laws Mississippi scheme burying its projector and some of the greatest financiers in all France and was almost as bad as a French revolution Sedate rnglHlll took its chance I in 1720 That was the South sea bubble They proposed to transfer all the gold of Peru and Mexico and the islands of the sea to lEngland Five millions worth of shares were put on the market nt Jano a share I The books open in a few days it is all taken and twice the umuunt subscribedExcitement following excitement until all kinds of gambling projects came forth under the ttingof thisII South sea enterprise There was large company formed with aII capital for providing funerals all parts of the laud Another oomII parry with large capital 5000000 1 of capitalto develop n wheel in perpetual motion Another company with u capital of JLMOOOOOO lo in sure people against loss by servants Another company with 2300000 capital to transplant walnut trees from Virginia to England Then to cap the climax a company was formed for a great undertaking nobody to know what it is And lo JCGOOOOO in shares were offered at 100 a share Hooks were ojmntll at nine oclock intheI morning anti1 closed at three oclock in the after noon and the first d tlt was all subscribed A great undertaking nobody to know what it is But it was left for our own country to surpass all about 37 years ago We have the highest mountains and the greatest cataracts and the longest riv secs and of course we had to have the largest swindle One would have thought that the nation hind seen enough in that direction during the morus multicaulis excitement when almost veers man had a bunch of crawling silkworms in his house out of which he expected to make a for tune But tell this excitement was as nothing compared with what took place in 18G4 when a man near Titus ville Pa digging for a well struck oil Twelve hundred oil companies call for a billion of stock Prom inent members of churches as soon as a certain amount of stock was as signed them saw it was their privilege to become presidents or secretaries or members of the board of direction Some of these companies never had afoot of ground never expected to have Their entire equipment was a map of a region where oil might be and two vials of grease crude and clarified People rushed down from all parts of the country by the first train and put their hard earnings in the gulf A young man came down from the oil regions of Pennsylvania utterly dement ed having sold his farm at a fabulous price because it was supposed that there might be oil therecoming to a hotel in Philadelphia at the time I was living there throwing down a 5000 check to pay for his noonday meal and saying he did not care anything about the change Then he stepped back to ifthe gas burner to light his cigar with a 1000 note Utterly Insane The good Chrintmn people snid nUrighttbecnuseof it and ISIder SomuKso Is secrc t en a wc grfatIstock gambling schemes tSmt they 3017tlco to what length men will go smitten of this pmmion and J want to show them how nil the abeat interests of society ore against ft and Uod is against it and will condemn It for time and condemn it Tor eternity I do not dwell upon tic frenied speculations in Wall street last month You nil have enough remembrance of that financial horror I onlywant1 you to ofLruuucthrttlC passed and others are to coniC O men of Wall street and of all streets stand back from nefarious comI maintaining their integrity notwith temptaIp open business in the brokers office or in the banking house ask Gods blessing and when you close it pro nounce a benediction upon it A kind of business that men cannot engage in without prayer is no busi ness for you 1 wish that the words of GeOrge Peabody uttered in the hearing of the people of his native town Danvcrs Mass1 wish that those words could be uttered In this hearing of all the young men throughout the laud He said Though Providence has granted me unvaried and universal success hi the pursuit of fortune in other lands I am still in heart the humble boy who left yonder unpretending dwelling There is not a youth within the sound of my voice whose early opportunities and advantages are very much greater than were 1not own and I have since achieved that is impossible to the youGeorge thanIiis integrity and his greathearted benevolence I pray upon you Gouts protecting and prospering blessing I hope you may all make fortunes for time and fortunes for eternity Some daywhen you come ant of your place of business and you go to the dealing house or the plUtO of custom or the bank or your own home as you come out of your plaoo of business just look up at the clock in the tower and see by the movement of the hands how your life is rapidly going away and be reminded throncIgive account of what you have done since the lay you sold the first yard of cloth or the first pound of sugar I pray for you all prosperity Stand close by Christ and Christ will stand close by you The greater the ttempta tion the morn magnificent the reward nut alas for thu slock gam bler what will he do in the judg ment 0 That dayvviil settle every IrITNo struggling into Heaven No col laterals on which to trade your way in Go in through Christ tin Lord or you will forever stay out inil forbid that after you leave toile your Lust days work on earthanti tho hushed assembly stands around with bowed heads at your obsequies God forbid that the most appropriate text far your funeral oration should ho As a partridge sitleth on eghs and hatchet them nut so he that get tetli riches and not by right shall leave them In the midst of his days und at the end In shall be a fUllI orthut the most nroprinte funeralI psahn should be the wordsJ ot the- lioet n Trice of many a crime untold Gotd told Uuld ltdI TrldcJftet the arctic glacier returnedfromked h wakingtipMrOpbiwockh desiretoiPiJfoUowedIhiJadelphl=t M CoinK Too Far Tha reckless speculation must be topped + said the earnest citizen to the trust magnate Indeed threefellows takint1lertimore American SayingVyour said an adminnr friend Yet replied the fond father hes a cbipof the old blo kaint you iny boy ie father teacher saidthat I Was a young blockheadStray Stories io4Do you not wish now inquired the prison visitor that you had followed the ttraiQht andnarrow toteIIInJ1 dodged inter dat crookedalley deyd never fL Icetc bed me Philadelphia Pies IVIf there ever was a terrible child in this worldremarked the worried mothers faultDothehabitwe have conipauy PUikdduhia Tunes MAUUET ItEIOItT Cincinnati June 8- CATTL Common 3 00 h 4 25 HvtrfljutelHrs 4 75 P 5 13- A1441hrExtra G 75 Ha 7 00 IIH DOMfcedKHJKIWfvAtra 3 75 tg 3 S5 AiMHS 5priiig 5 SO fit1 5 D- Onnu Spring pat 3 SO d 4 10 kMVAo 2 reel i 76 1 44tt71oSpt in 5- I 50mfI UHWOI fit S 25c CJ llfiirv r 10 IoJatroalUoy3Clito11 fPer brl 1 So tic 2 15 1 t iflu S 00 113 7i i 6 24 C 0 00 y Ch I en toJ Jjn Vhf patent 3 SO tt 3 vo II Ilo 2 rld1 74 fd 73- rt0 CT1 Ir 74- Crlll 31 2 I1u 43V OAIly E fu 2s I j JE X rr 55- tOi KiJJ SK eo14 C5 tt 1 4 70 lLARU Slftin s 40 to 8 42s 1lose YorU FLOUT Win patent 3 oi cit 4 00- wiiiaAndRv0 2 red ft S1t OItNt 2 mixed a 4J YrHYJi JOUk r mily 10 no If I10 tl halD stn it iii iIt+ Hnltlinorc WHFmrSO 2 red 77 r 77- Soutlifrn 76 u 7S ron iTo 2 mixed 46jf 1487sATS4joftS mixed 32 je 32i 3 CATTLE ISutehers fi 25 fit f CO nOG 40VLoulnvlllr FTOtmn patent 1 50 tr 4 75 WIIFAT o 2 red 4j 7j CO UN=Mixed r Ili OATS Mixed 31 POUK Mess 14 00 LARD Steam fa S 50 lhuUnnnpolt WHEATXo 2 red 74 COUN NolSinbced I 43 OATS Ol2 mixed 291 2 AJ FOR SYSTEMIC CATARRH f Peculiar to Summer Peruna Gives Prompt and Permanent Relief Clem G Moore Editor of the AdvocateDemocrat of Crawfordsville Ga writes the Peruna Medicine Company as follows Gentlemen After four years of Intense suffering caused by systemiczcatarrh which I contracted while editing and traveling for my paper I have been greatly relieved by the use of Peruna I gave up work during theseyears of torture tried various remedies and many doctors but all the permanent relief came from the use of Peruna My trouble was called Indigestion but It was catarrh all through my system and a few bottles of Peruna made me feel like another person noting the Improvement after I had used the first bottle Peruna Is undoubtedly the best catarrh remedy ever compounded Clem Q Moore ParagouldArk doubtedlyJ the finest and surest catarrh cure ever prepared and it has taken but two bottles to convince me of tins fact WashingtonDWashington D C I take pleasure in saying that I can cheerfully recommend the use of Pe SMOKELESS NrSnIleWTO PILES eauntc iver trouble clleexiondlzzlness moropeoplethaBofsuWerlaguhatailsyouwilluntilyoutartwithgaafealre ANAKJSIN a remedy catarrhal trouble v a general conditions Zcnor derive prompt satisfactory Hartman giving a statement pleased valuable advice gratis Address Hartman President Hartman Sanitarium Columbus LDOUCLA a 350 SHOES KKSi or W L Douglas bog U 84 to Si JUy S4 f i tathLLdre IIne be cijuullccl ut uuy It a It It taatsaperfc or construction of shoe It it mttriucal it l1arx1 bate W I has show in the no ubtltutr lnn on bavin W I with name on Your tbrm It he dues net instruction how to by nia L W L JUUUULAM UrocUlon l1 t Y t w Make old lamps new Why be annoyed with the old J lamp They save tune and money S- u Send usa p1eceor P per width at Tour wlrk with fc cents and we- wtf mall youlr oat or two No 2c w Kochelar tound tinokeleM wickn i1 r YSit6 paiRs When your bowels move replarlr you J Htee to S q 40 AIIaKESISghesta and POSITIVELY CURES JPIIES For tree ample Trtr bclicinx York runa as for and most excellent tonic for Wm T If you do not and results from the use of Peruna h write at once to Dr full of your case and he will be to give you his Dr of Ohio u 3 CCcul worth Sit andi SIAO cuunul price knowledge address The It not alone the WIt Lather tint matte ova tail shoe the brain bare planrjrd tbe tint attic cnuotel the ttci and the the that trade Dou the lest world for nen tutee Doniriui sboea and pnre tainprd bottom dealer should keep lend fur cauuui civiag lull order Mnu burn like kind wben the and tier one lieu I In 3 or 4 Years anlodpendeoceIsAssnred keuPlourbomesU lard of plenty lllut trated pamphlets icltlng experiences of farmers wealthyInof delegates etc and toll Information at to railway tales can be bad theLerr tree of cost F lEDLBYsuet or Immieras lion Ottawa Canada M V McINNES No z Mer rill Block U roa Mch K T HOLMKj Room a- Ba Four D de Icdiunnrwl Ind Live Stock Cuts-We will furnish duplicates of Live Stock SpeclmHookA X KELLOGG NEWSPAfKn I O 335 west Fifth Sreet tlnclnnuti 0- AN KE 1869 LIEN WUITIXJ TO ADS ERTISYRs plea state that you a tv the Advertise meat In till paper places that breed infectious epidemics and its the unclean bodyunclean in 1 sidethat the disease A person whose stomach and bowels are kept and whose liver is live ly and blood pure is safe against yel 4 low fever or any other of the dreadful diseases that desolate our beautiful land Some of the cleanest people outside are filthiest inside and therare the ones who not only catch the infections but endanger the lives of all their friends and relatives Theres only one certain way of keeping clean inside so as to prevent disease and that is to take CASCARETS Perfect disinfectant and bowel strengtheners All diseases are VENTEDBL- IVER y TONIC L toe 25c 50c NEVER ALL DRUGGISTa4 blhUUafter sallow dont Ilhl reduced DEATHbegins clean GUARANTEEDIOCUKEsnyeyep la the world This I abtate pl8Grt aaAwillBearefa1rnot aaUalled n rat ODe 60c bos return UJo auaaed 00tLwbomboxes Take oaradylcDO atter what aU YOIltart to ZIoardIiet t t r tti THE HICKMAN COURIER1 GEORGE WARREN t HIOKMAN KYf li JUNE 14 1901l 11FRIDAY Hallraiul Time Table Nt 0 Fe StL B R LEAVES ABBIVJK Train No 51Cg55 p m Train No 52 iASaw w PtrtaI t LIFE SAVED BY SALT IiarMattoone remarkablo case of ro reached herd of a susciation brought about by common sat hypodermicall injected- byre J r Charles Graham of Sugar Creek Edgar county was stricken with an acute stomach disorder while feeding and fell to the- ground agopoultry a tow days in as appareut lifeless condition Her relatives regarded her as dead and the strongest restoratIves nphJSIlmn could apply failed to revive her As n last resort n solution ot common salt was injected m her veiusl1nd in two hours had revived Her recovery is complete NOTICE To the Honorable II M Kearby andII II F Remley Pursuant to rule No3 adopted byI tho State Board of Prison Commission f ers tor the State Board of Kentucky you and each of you are hereby notified that at the next meeting of said Board and not later than the 15th of Juno 1901 1 will file petition before the said Board and other documents asking for parole ot J H Wily convicted and son j tented at September term of Fulton I Circuit Court RespecttullyII J J WILY I GROWTH OF RELIGION The Reverend Washington Gladden has an article in the current number of the North American Review on the Christian religion He forecasts a con tinued growth numerically and po litically Unfortunately ho says little t of spiritual improvement Ills views on the side can only be surmised According to his estimates there were 4 about 6000000 nominal Christians at the end of the first century 10000000 ut the end of tho tenth century 100000 t 000 at the end of the fifteenth century 200000000 at the end of the eighteenth and now about 60000000 Though de 4 pendence cannot be placed on numerical estimates Dr Gladden holds that three times as many converts have been 4 added to the faith in the last century as in the first fifteen centuries About one third of the people of the 4 earth were under Christian govern ments in 178C and a little less than two itbirdsunder a heathen regime A cen tury llater in 1886 55 per cent of the earths population was under Christian ru- leHBL 4 9 A The Hickmau B L L Association meets next Thursday night the 20th in Hickman Courier office GIRLS APPOINTED CAPTAINS Ardmore I T Juno 9N R Tisdal Commander Indian Territory Division apf pointed of McAl ister Captain of the Central Brigade and Miss Catherine McGuire of Wagoner Captain of the Northern Brigade of the Indian Territory These are positions this division EDITORIAL COMMENT Some of the professional men have been a long time in assimilating a fact whichhas long been apparent to the I merchant and manufacturer but they are all gradually beginning to realize how much they have lost and how themelveseyeThere the world why j the reputable professional man should not exploit himself by means of news paper publicity The public is quite as much in need of the shillful help of the doctor lawyer or other professional man as it is of the good offices of the mer chant Fourth Estate HORNBEAK TOPICSI I HORNBEAK TENS June 1101 Miss Julia White went to Martin Sunday to attend the Institute at that place Mr Henry Harland of Bathe ay was brought here for burial Mon day Mr M A Davis after a weeks r WaverlyMonday j tamed a largo number of friends Satur minia I sjoyabletime Grandma Pegram is visiting relatives in Qbion this weekII MADAM GummY NO EXTRA SESSION President McKinleys announcement that existing conditions do not require or warrant the calling of an extra ses sion of Congress was to have been ex I pected in view of the fact that the administrations i colonial policy is already adequatelyn ti ned by tho Federal IAII definately establish the rights of our American citizens before the law isi f now the only means whereby wo can maintain the principles upon which this Government was founded The aristocracy of citizenship created by roicent developmentsl the recognition of 1 superiorstiI I coloniesis unaracrican to the last degree but it can now bo correctly reach ed only by constitutional amendment i uuderstanii I rt 91 S- s II FI Uiy ot + rR Ii 1 at f jjF I When it COStSo Igi Ii 1 I i + o Jffo JAiImo re I 4 I to our tore and let us save you IICOllle article in our line you tiny Well Inaner bo I j dbso and afford satisfaction in even i respect smnmer goods for hot wcathN Meat l It I Wash Goods I shirtingPerc i Batiste e show a large line line IIW Batiste In stripes curd all colors at 8 10 and I lcDDiinities i figuresinico assortment at 10 nail laic I Manillaj Cords A nice sheer lawn with corded stripworth 8 cents S for only 5c Domestics 4 4 Brown Demo 1 tic worth for only a 78c 36 inch IIh5e domestic no dressing I Muslin Under= I wear Ladies Muslin Underskirts at 31 to 175 Ladies Mn liu Gowns from 50c to 203 Ladies Cambric corset covers at 23 to 503 Ladies knit vests at 5c IIChilerens Muslin 25c for Children a line of S t Have Noticed i The amount of fine Buggies and Harness that E E Reeves Co havo sold this Spring If notcjust cast your eye around and see see them It will surprise you but if you will call and look at his stosk of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so they are uptodate in everything in that line and sell them at the very lowest prices Call and seo us at Hickmau E1 EICo1 i f I MR W S WHELDOX Cashier of the First National BankolYinterest1 Iain a recent letter gives some experience ji with a carpenter in his employ that will be of value to other mechanic IIe says 1 had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop wrck for several days on account of being roubled j with diarrhoea I mentioned to hi that I had been similarly houble and that Chamberlains Coliev Cholera j and Remedy had cured me J Ho bought a bottle of it from the druggist hero and informedme that one dose cured him and ho is again at his work drugI1 i PAID Ul TEX YEARS AHEAD Editors who find it hard to get thoiiI i tllGenius0 iM publIcntionyears liturn from the First National Bank of I Uuiontown paid In full to 1911 and the thank has also paid for ten years in advert1S1D t amounted to 8120 The Genius of Lib erty was established in 1805 and is said to be more oyerlily popular I 1 i j Wash Skirtsttl Just received e i ofwashwearat of SnIrt Waist i 1ofWo lino i andcolored i ej In prico iI from 5 OR to25D ParaSolS i ParasolsVolino iay j all the new colorings prices ranging from 150 to oolSlippers 3 Ladies Strap Sandals in 1thetown at 150 to 250 CaretWe 1ICANcorseLsJin sateen and Batiste for SI Good Summer Corset for 5au12c Kid GlovesI gloveIIGood quality kid blacks and colors for C9c IBoltsII- 1 Just Received IIBALTZER DODDS II N N NNNiN N N You Diarrhoea COFFEE IMPORTS Dealer in coffee are anticipating with much interest tho industrial develop ment that will follow settled conditions in the insular possessions of the United States This country now imports all its coffee In a few years it is expect ed Porto Rico Hawaii and the Philip pines will crowd out the imports thus receiving more than a million dollars a week the amount which the United States now spends for the beverage RURAL DELIVERY BAD FOR THE MERCHANTS JnueslK ro Teun Juno iRural free delivery has proven very detrimental to the business of Jonesboro Rural free delivery was early and quite generally established in this section It is claimed that mail orders have become more and also that the mail carrier is utilized ns a purchaser lor the farmer of many articles at the towns thus pre ve uting the farmer from going to the to wns and buying more largely under tl 10 influence of tho salesman and the display of wares Saved Two From Death1v Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W IHavilaud of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed wo saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Des perate throat nud lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Ditcovery as to no other medicine ont earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and 8100 bot otrgilldTrial bottles free SOUTH AFRIGAS NEW DANGER11 1As theBritish Boer war drags its slow I length along a new danger arises to threaten both Door and Briton It is the probable uprising of the black mi tives What this would mean may lie gatherod from the fact that there are I in Capo Colony only 320000 whites and 1200001 blacks in Basutoland there t are less than 1000 whites and 250000 natives Before the war broke out I there ware 345000 whites in the Transvaal and about 750000 natives In the i Orange Free Statu there were about 80 000 whites and 330000 natives In Natal there were only 61000 whites and 787000 natives In Rodesia there wero 10000 whites and 500000 natty Thus in tho half dozen divisions of South Africa there were atTthe begin ning of tb o British Boer war about 800 000 whiten and3SOQOOO nat v JJ J 7f Local and Personal Members of the River and Harbor Committee are on a jaunt of inspection with their families It will be remem bered that the work of the committee the last Congress was called the Pork Buy your Groceries at Ellisons and u dinner sot free request Elder J R Williams willIDy at Davis Chapel next Saturday night on tho subject Seeking What When and How Also at M t Hermon next Sunday morning and morningInight service God- SendsI Vans Delusions Ask for coupons with your Cash pur chases at lIisollsfor n Dinner Set free thatIwith whom ho was not acquainted to take a drink with him was not guilty of conduct It was pointed out in Kentucky it has long been held hat to invite a male stronger to drink- is simply a courtesy of the country and till Judges ruling seems to be that Kentucky courtesy knows no limitation six Stp the excellent bargains in Ladies Oxfords and Slippers at Shaw Tenting on lleelfoot A party of young Hiikinan people yesterday and to lay are enjoying a tenting and lish ChaperonedImentary to tho fair Louisiana visitors the Misses Clark Those in tho com pany are Misses Mabel and Bessie HissjB Travis Percy Jones Geo Millet and Tyler We perfectin this city AMBERGS ir vJo Dont fail to see the good values in Ladies Oxfords at Shaves Cheap Probably the most valuable g5 bill in tho world is in the posession of A D Millhouse of St Louis It is numbered ono series A and is behoved to be the first J note ever issued bythe govern men t It has been tairly wll preserved by mounting between two pieces of glass It was the sole inheritance Mr MillhouEo received from his father who came in posession of it a few years after the civil war The present owner has had an offer of 300 for it and it would make a valuable acquisition to any collection I speaks grippe efficacious 1SHORT STEM BARGAINSITake Webster bargain its gainful and satisfactory transaction According that IBnrgninsWash Goods prices have been mine tured on every Piece of Wash I2ic and LawnsNow JOe lOc and LawnsNow 8c So and Now 5c Good Pearl 5c Good Bicycle Per lOc Good 5c 125 Mercerized Um brella 95c New Per Yd who fill riot loge with our ready nlalr Bars See the boxes in front of our store next Shoes LwwSpecial Low Rates TO the Southwest and 30th Your wish to visit Arkansas Louisiana Texas Indian Territory or Oklahoma at small can now be realized All roadswill make low rates to for the Con federate Veterans Reunion May 27th to 30th The limit on the tickets June 19th will enable you to extend your visit into the Southwest speciallowratekansas Louisiana Texas Indian and Oklahoma on 29th limit three weeks Such an is not likely to occur again in years toolsItomeintheSouthetndThroughTn 8q where you nt and n will tell YOU what your Ucktt will coltud will tend you couplet dleoSul for IhiUlp f C PEELER D Pl Mempbix TeN f W UBEiUHE G P ai T l SL InU Ml for Remedy use preference Chamberlains Remedy for the complete customers druggist for following Cowgill Cowgill druggists st lIeS almost Dimities Dimities Dimities Hose Linen Hdkfs Each Now Prints 3l2c in should in tIay 29th 1901 cost Memphis Territory and 30threturn opportunity druggists satisfaction THE PUBLIC I am engaged in of business Union City Teun carry at all times wellas sortedstock of Pure other goods in solicit TRIAL ORDER R SFullSIR am enubled and hereby lofferyou Of Hollywood seven year old WhISkey Ifor i330U Express prepaid I propose to ouapproval plain boxes rt7tlm no to indicate contents When you receive it and test it if it is not satisfae tory it at my expenseandl will refund you 300 This is a most liberal offer and your W R WEBSTER u MedicinetIt well s Cough it in their own families in to jI any other I have sold Cough past five years with to myself and says J Gold smith Van Ettcn X Y I have al oresdinary coughs and colds and the cough la and find it very For sale by Jr a f 3 calls a lYS a to r The m Goods Lawns I i ButtonsPer pr Line All see for a t I a May w to r TO this line a and a large and I Good and as as all that line and a W I tolsell Four Quarts Rye ship in marks return I await orders when well The Cuban Constitutional convention will in the near future accept the terms which this country has imposed not be cause the terms are pleasing but in or longforit after they get it This country ha spent in money und lives to free Cuba from Spain much more than the island would sell for if put up at a free auction acre by acre DONT Miss IrIThe nice new line of Children Clothing at Shaws 1 R 4 G CORSETS a NEVER STRETCH 4 II Mosluitos SatU1da bargains Whiskey respectfully WEBSTER INSUR E IN THE AIUTUAll n111 JLICE INSURANCE CO NEWARK NEW JERSEY Established in 1845 The special ad vantages of a policy in the mutual Ben cut are 1 ANNUAL DIVIDENDS r 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 a NO RESTRICTIONS As to residence travel or occupa tion after two years 4 INCONTESTABLE = pearst5 INSURED MAY CHANGE BEN EFICIARY 6 WITHOUT ANY ACTION BY INSURED r 1 After having failed to pay the pre rnimu the insurance will be continued for the full amount for as long a pee nod as the value will carry it provided two years premiums have been paid All this taken in connection with the strength of the Company its low rate of a expense and its large dividends com mend n policy in this Company to all desiring insurance of any kind EXAMINE IT and yon will be CONVINCED of its worth SPECIMEN POLICIES and any desired informa tiou will be furnished by R T TYLER AGT Didnt Marry For Mosey marriedsa sickly rich young woman is happy now for ho got Dr Kings New Life Pills which restored her to perfectm health Infallible for Jaundice Bil liousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Gen tie but effective Only 25cat Cowgills j drugstoreai- sr r i 1 i d l 1 ir i z u n mnrmntnrr nrin rtrrnr This Beautiful fc Hand Decorated Zz China Dinner Set tIe1 FREEThats just what we are going to do Give these beautiful Dinner Sew lo our customers without any charge whatever Come down to the store and let us show them to you Wont cost you a cent to look at them nor to get on- cE Ifyou want to buy one they would cost you 500 but If you BUY YOUR GROCERIES r From us You can vt n DINNER SET FREEe If you BUY YOUR DRY GOODS- CARPETSand MILLINERY From us You tall ivt n1 = DINNER SET FREE ter With every cash pUlChnSl in our Jrocvry1 room lothing room = or Dry Goods rooms we give you Coupons iTorl a Diimor Sct juul off1 1 Plates or Cups and Saucers unotber and so on They are now on exhibition fit tho stoiv leap and SHe tlie- mf IWe Carry the Most Complete Line of Goods = In the City and Guarantee LOWEST PRICES I L P Ws 5 ELLISON v r i+ fi 11 1 1 l r PAINTS AND PA1- NTOowgillsAt We have just received a large ship ment of Mixed Paints= Collier Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the market Cowgill Sf Cowgill q DRUGGISTS A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured At one time I suffered from a se vere sprain of the ankle says Geo E Cary editor of the guide Washington Va After using several well recom mended without success I tried Cham berlains Pain Balm and Urn pleased to say that relief came as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily fol lowed Sold by Cowgill Cowgill druggists n MARRIEDt- In East Prairie Mo on Sunday eve ning the 5th inst by Rev Mr Croft Mr W Gallon Bryant and Miss Bertha Wright The groom is a well known and prosperous farmer and the bride i the accomplished daughter of Mr Thos Wright Joy and happiness be their portion THE ARMYrs soldiersrhave left the Philippines homeward bound The service of all volunteers will expire the last of this month The Government is making active efforts to have all volunteer troops mustered ou- ll by that time There is now no volun teers abroad Now regiments of regu lars are being sent to the Philippines as fast as recruited The regulartroops which have been longest in the islands will be returned as rapidly as possible Twentynine companies troops and batteries have been in the service there nearly three years The medical department of the army has advised the War Department that troops may be safely retained in the islands for three years and that length of time will be served there by the new regiments going over Soldiers as a rule hare re turned from the Philippines in fine condition The climate is much less trying and dangerous there than i i CubaNAME THE FARM A GOOD SUGGESTION Hopkinsvillc New Era There is one little thing that willI cost only a trifle that will do much to ward adding interest to the farm at taching the children more closely to it i and giving it and to the avocation a sort of quiet dignity that will undoubtedly mildly exalt every member of the fart fly And that little thing is naming the farm Then let its owners produce letter paper with a printed head on it such as other business and professional wen have to do the family writing on A little thing like this will prove advertisementpleasingI It wilt give assurance that the farmer whose name it carries progressive up todate and is proud of the avocation Jt will make the delivery of his mail more prompt and certain stranger cor respondents will never be misled by possible indistinct writing to mistake the name of the writer in short there are many iwlTanUgea 10 it that are too J ticlfeident to require enumerating I t L iC or 15 r I I a n LAKE AND GULF I EEL WATERWAY I 1 The Chicago Drainage Canal Board jI has concluded its tour of inspection be tween Chicago and St Louis and return ed homo more enthusiastic than over in favor of a deep waterway between the two cities Six years is the time the board believes would be required to complete a navigable stream While the deep waterway between Chicago and St Louis would give Chi cago an outlet to the gulf time discharge of a largo volume of from the lakes through the Illinois int the Mississippi river would give greater depth of channel from St Louis to the gulf and bo of incalculable benefit to our shipping interes- tsRecruiting Officer Here Seargent Wm Smith General Recruiting officer arrived in Hickman Wednesday and will open a recruit ing office over Rice Naylors Shos Store and will remain hero until tli 23d He is enlisting for all branches of the service cavalry infantry artillery and engineer corps Any between the ages of 18 and 35 able bodied and of good character are accepted The en listments will be for three years un less sooner discharged Pay ranges fro l 13 to S31 per month including rations clothing medicines and all travelin expenses Apply at once WHATS READ FIRST As strange as the statement may seem it is yet true that as many people offer to pay a newspaper for publishing a pure news item as desire the insertion of advertising matter free of charge Recently a gentleman took the trouble- t bring to the Memphis Tenn Com mercial Appeal an account of a conflagration in which there was not even remote chance for a subsequent fir aud water sale and wanted to know publishingtit His error was due to the fact that ho had no conception of what consti tuted news To the uninitiated it is of interest toI see what process is used to study this matter of news It is a study of what the people want when thoy want it and how they want it served to them One example of how data are obtained for this study is that a few days since The Commercial Appeal directed its correspondent at Oxford Miss to see each of its regular subscribers in that city ask each what ho read first in the paperAn interesting fact brought ont the replies is that Gl per cent were readers ren ular feature c STATE LINE Farmers are hustling tatting wheat and making hay while the sun shines and corn looks beautiful and bids fair for an abundant yield Muses Lillie and Nina Maddox returned home from Lexington last week Elder A N Glover filled his appoint ment at Mt Hermon Sunday Mrs Sue Maddox and daughter MissI Lyda visited in Hickman last Monday Dave Maddox has returned from Lex ingtonThe following visited Mrs Sue Mad dox last Sunday Misses Costello Effiu ger and Amberg and Mr R L Bradley and Willie Amberg Threlakeld returned from Jackson Teun las weekMisses Stella and Florence Polk of near Hickman visited in this vicinity last week Mr and Mrs J W Maddox were in Union City last week There will be an interesting singing at Mt Hermon every Saturday night until the first Sunday in July B03T Kuss I J N WARD GOS Shinsor k Overalls and 1AlPi j 1 j Salt jit = fAMBERGS i 1 0FAIR WARNING The following ordinance which wa passed August Cth 1500 will bo strictly thornm solves accordingly unlawfulg1 for poisons having any infectious or contagious disease to appear upon thei streets or any of tho public places of thet city of Hickman and any person soI offending shall upon conviction beI fined not less than Five nor more than One Hundred Dollars Sec 2 That it shall be unlawful for any person who huts been exposed to any infections or contagious disease and who is in stch condition as likely to communicate tho disease toj others coming near to come upon the streets tor other public places of tho city of ofe fending shall upon conviction bo fined not less than Five nor more than One Hundred Dollars Sec 3 That it shall bo the duty of every Physician practicing in the city to notify tho Mayor at once upon the discovery of any infectious or contas lous disease in the city and any Physi cian failing so to do shall be lined not loss than Twentyfive nor more than One Hundred Dollars Sec 4 That it shall be the duty of the Mayor upon notice of such infec tious or contagious disease to causo a yellow Hag to be displayed in a conspicuous place upon tho premeds where such disease exists and any person who shall unlawfully tear down or in jure said flag shall be fined not less than Twentyfive nor more than One Hundred Dollars If tho owner of the property or tho party in posession of same shall fail toI keep said flag displayed until removed by the proper party ho or she shall be fined not loss than Twentylive nor more than One Hundred Dollars Sec 4 The Mayor shall upon a cer tificate front tho attending Physician or where there is none upon the certificate of the City Physician that all danger of contagion or infection from the prem esis or the person having said disease is passed shall cause said flag to be re movedSec G cNo person residing on the premises whero said yellow flag is displayed shall appear upon the streets or other public places of time city without a Physicians certificate that there is no danger of persons contracting said dis persotn n Pave nor more than One Hundred Dollars TOM DILLON SR Mayor ESTThero were more Piano Harvest ing Machinery sold last year in Obion County than any other kind and gave perfect satisfaction Call and examine OEEAKER Age Local and person q Dr Jno Stubbs isvisitingDo getabeonIncreased annUmMr ofFultonplncoMon gotaofDawsonrotaayesThe Steamer i asaandCairodailSundayreturnatBuy your Dry Goods at Ellisons andget Dinner Sot free Mr Goo Millet and Mr Ed Knoorr thulhihppineslustlookingTilda Brown a well known colored woman died Tuesday night She ww u member of the MuLliodut church and will liked by both white and colored people Russell Holland a young man employed at the Handle factory was badly lllesdabsaw car magi Injuring his arms and log oftheirorated China Dinner Set free Be sure you get one pretty ronchLula p rie Brovard on tho steamer Nerd IIer andPaducaht The recovery of Galveston has been ofChicn notIpanies as Chicago did If you wish to dross well at moderate cost wo are the people toicccoinmodato you Tho cloches wo offer are ready to wear Tho prices aro such as you are ready to pay AMBERGS The new antidog law has gono Into wayUmttain sections of the state is a caution says Memphis telegram This law was passed for tho protection of the sheep industry in Tennessee Misses Pearl Bennett and Lucille Wit son left last Monday for Memphis Tenn HickjinfClearwaters woreIIPress Tho time for Negligee Shirts has ar rived You will find an elegant assortment from 50c to 150 at AMHEIIGS In a vast continent like Asia it is the progress of railways and not the advance of armies that marks the path of con quest Russia is absorbing all of Asia west and north of what has been con sidered tho Chinese empire and it iis thatiacknowledged Chinese sovereignty thenhartsarrested und bitterly prosecuted in Memphis last Tuesday The charger was swindling a wonan out of 55 Bob as it is well known is a Christian science healer Bob had taken 5 as his fee fox attending her husband and as tho case didnt progress to suit her she got mad antI had him wrested Tho woman was BobTroyNew Our lines of Mens and Boys Shoes excel any we have ever had in prices quality and assortment of styles AMBERGS Mr It B Flatt candidate for tho Legislature opened his campaign at Fulton Saturday subject to a primary election to bo held Aug 5 and there be ing no other candidate before the pri mary he will bo tho nominee Col Ayres tho nominee of the Fulton con vention being at home sick did not meet Mr Flatt but Mr Herchel Smith made what is reported as a vigorous and able reply Fiatts speech is also highly praised by his adherents HAVE YOU SEEN THE LATEST- in Photographs If not call at Rose dales Photo Gallary Why not own your homo It is tho familyEveryforever The same money or perhaps a little more if applied ou a home thro the Hickman Building Loan Associa tenon would pay the interest and in about six years the principal also lo would then havo a hotter house to liv in the full enjoyment of which youlifen r county town or country farm or town propertyA line of Screen Doors and Screen Sash All Sizes and Best Makes con stantly on hand Pnces very low at 52i4t II C AMBERGS imptantr ger trains on the line of the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis railroad are being considered Nothing definite bas been decided on but it is understood that the management is contemplating making arrangements fora through service from Atlanta to Memphis and oats or two other important matters The final decision way be not to make any changes at all but if any are made they will be decided on this week and the changes will go into effect the fol lowing Sunday The changes contem plated would involve some big changes inpresent schedules y of ic We hold the that wins the Our INTERNATIONALrare perfect in every respect and it would be well for you to study our hand you play a losing The International Tailoring Coof New York laid Chkae be beaten wrdaJerH C AMBERG OC OC v v v v PlTheI ever popular i r DUTCHESS 11 1 TROUSERS r I 1 Roco uizoil as loaders tho world over famous for i Superiority in Materi al and Workmanship g Splendid Fitting Qualities 1Hold1 1 ICompleteI H C AMBERGo FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODSat the LOWEST PRICES TO A Threlkelds CTRTO DATE GROCERY WITTIXGS OLD STAND l Clinton Street J F FRESH MEATS r l 74 EST 1855 1 Successor to B O lUraige decM r j of all t 4 cJc v k Py HICKHAA Office partner 1 Remlcy of The c hand public SUITS before Goods Telephone HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IIADLISHED TOM DILLON ST Propr Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK Kinds IRON FENCING Hiokmatn MOORSe KENTUCKY JudgoII Subscribe for COURIER gamet Rogers ATTORNSYATLAW Delivered Free1 t1Oll1LE ANDRAftIIOAD THE POPULAR ROUTE FOR Mobile and the South St Louis Chit go Buffalo St Paul Indianapolis De troit Kansas City Omaha Memphis Tenu Little Rock Ark and other principal points of the North East and West Two trains daily in each direction elegantly fitted and carrying through sleeping cars- Remember the grand Mardi Gras Fes tival in Mobile Febraary 18th and 19th let your ticket read via the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Only one fare for the round trip lon timelimitsB E T P A Jackson TeanIC M Shepard G P A Yohue Ala qtr- Irv t 01 r- eii lJ J The Hickman Courier I GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAX KENTUCKY j vOta190i JUNE 1901j SDK I oj TCUj aiTBURIIi HI I I Isus H I 1 i 8i9 10 1 1 12 13 14 5167 18 19 2O122 23 24 25 29 26127128 30 i q err a g n zvL a e i I TOPICSiCaces of twins occur once in every 69 birthsIIn Sweden gardens are adjuncts ol olstMary Owens is a sergeant ol police in Chicago Sydney Australia now has a popu lation of about 450000 There are 6712 locks and keys in the Grand Opera louse Paris The peace strength of the Russia army is 800000 the war strength 3 500000 At presenttthere fire about 12500 miles of railways on the Australian continent t In Spain the infants face is swept with a pine tree bough to bring it good luck t There are in use in the world at jprcsent 8900 tons of gold and 170000 tons of silver All eSgg r4frigeritolgcars IcftKS e vlonilasi the other x jfpr California yearsathighest bidders To be perfectly proportioned a niaij should weigh 28 pounds for every k heghtk has usually nbontr J2OQOOOp to f 30000000 ot Us ifrftJ in circulation A Washington judge has granted an injunction againstt the playing ol mrCongressman Jandis favors the closing of West Point for three 01 our Ycars iLrhazinng is nott discontinM m i incd I Recent jjispatches from the Philip pinch say that the Taft commission disconsldedngthe abolition of sla i very in the islands The bottom of the ocean shinesI ityith phosphorescent light every fisfc s that swims in the sea contributing tc jthe illuminating process E H Harriman the railroad mag mate is both scholar and scientist fhas fitted out an exploring cpc i- lion into northern Alaska and has i goodihorses The search of the Artie freezing tcompany warehouse by the New York gnme wardens has revealed the in jtercsting fact that it contains not tonly game birds but also thousands of song birds The president of the Venezuelan supreme court has decided that that court has jurisdiction over the as phalt case and the American syndicate r bas been orderedJo deposit S20 000 as guhranteethat it will abideI by the final decision oy the full court In Algeria a river of ink is formed r by the conjunction of two streams one of which is impregnated with iron and the other which drains a peat bog with gallic acid The mix jug of the iron and the acid result in ink Aprofc loam beggar of Budapest who died recently had amassed the 42000tiiThis he bequeathed to the University of Prcssburg where heJlad made touch money in his early days by swindling i II The Egyptian reed which was used for making pens found in Egyptian tombs is a hard variety growing to about thc diameter of an ordinar Ibrooquill Pons made from it are said to last for a day or two and ado excellent work Some time ago George Febry Col lege of St James Washington coun ty Md bored a hole through an elm tree and inserted a growing Concord1 grapevine vlikhhen it had grow Ito it filled the hole was cut of at I growIdram the elm tree and bore luscloui grapes f The total value of the worlds out pat of toys has grown to tremendous ipron rtiqitSj t Acquratefl4ures are no jxttainabfcj iljutccn uti csthnato that 1 tIle Amcrum people buy between 15000000 and 20000000 worth 0 this sUrd about netllirc1 goes to for eign manufacturers To offset this Importation the domestic manufac turers leave begun to invade European markets Much iinterest is shown in real es tate and financial circles over the an nouncement that Cornelius Tandcr bilt has joined the rants of specula tors In highclass real estate He hat been elected a director in the Ne-wt York reality corporation which wat Incorporated ccnt1 A movement has been started in r Georgia to perpetuate the memory of IIi Whitney by converting intc an elegant country club the scene of hl labors near Augvsta where h perfected his cotton f iriAn organi zation has been pirfectod and 9 fSajter forjhe cjj jteoured r w = mow IIN 4 POOL OF BLOOD IInJn Daly Surgeon General on IIeut Gen Miles Staff Com ml t tell Suicide lly Shooting Pittsburgh June 10laj W 1L Daly surgeon general on the stall of Lieut Gen Miles in Porto Rico committed suicide at his home Sunday by shooting himself in the right templeThe body of the doctor was found in the bathroom lying in a pool ol blood Dr Foster who was summoned at once found the bullet hole in the temple and announced that death had taken place fir eral hours beforeXo is known for Daljs deed unless it be that insomnia drove him to temporary insanity For sours time past he has been unable to sleep regularly and it is thought that after a sleepless night he concluded to end all The doctor was a widower and leaves no immediate family He wa 50 years old and for many years hUH been prominent in medical circles He gained international prominent during the Cuban wjr as it waN hi report to the commanding general of the army that started the embalmed beef investigation AN UNUSUAL SCENE A Preliminary Murder Trial Held In a Grove III the 1rencncc of About 2OOO 1eoiile Galena Mo June 10An unusual scene was presented here at the pre liminary hearing of Mrs John Stale lion her father James Crabtree and his two sons Frank and CharlesI Crabtrce for the murder of Alice Stallion the womans 10yearold stepdaughter The hearing was held in a grove the two justices sitting at a table under a tree and 2000 peo ple attracted from points for milesI around forming a circle about the court and defendants Galena is oil1 3the railroad and the fact that 2000 people would care to come miles to attend the hearing was considered significant It has been decided to exhume the body of the girl that it may be ex amined by the doctors to investigate a theory of the county prosecutor that criminal assault was made upon her by one or both of the Crlbtr ei boys and that they killed her to hide the crime RIOT IN CHICAGO Attempt to nUn a street Car Thronch u ItvllKloitx IrucrHHioii of Itul Inns Caniictl It Chicago June 10An attempt toI run a street car through a religiousI procession of Italians Sunday precip stated n riot in which the windowsI of the car were smashed and one manI was injured A riot call to the Twen tysecond police station brought a themmotornian and conductor from bodily injury Sticks and stones were hurled at the car until there was not a whole window left in it The polio restored order with great difficulty r ItJle Italians being bent on getting at the car crew but the counsel o f the priests in the procession avertedI n more serious conllict COMMITTED SUICIDE The Body of John D Sears Kornier- CiiHhler of the Itiinlc of Moiitl cello V1i Dlncovercil bodyIJohn Sears formerly cashier of the Bank of Monticcllo was found June 2 at the foot of a windmill onl n farm belonging to him about one mile north of this tillage His sud den death brought to light the fact that he was financially embarrassed at the time of his death and the die rectors of the bank were demanding an explanation It is also known that other creditors were growing uneasy These facts furnished the btisi for the belief that Sears committed suicide by jumping from the top of the windmill THREE WERE DROWNED A font Containing n Flxhliipr ITnrty StormyNear DuhlHloe Milwaukee Wis June 10Aspecial from Dubuquc says A boat contain ing five persons returning from n fishing trip was upset during a stork on the Mississippi three miles north of here Julius Guderian and wife nn Mrs Nicholas Kalle were drowned The crew of a ferry boat fescue two boys who hung on to the up turned skiff for an hour and werei nearly exhausted Three Thieves Drowned Chamber Franco June 10 Scandaltasleep by three fellow travelers be 1tween Modane and St Michel Kecog nizing the thieves nt Saint Jenn de MauricMiiie he pursued them across the country and they jumped into the IHhcr Arc where all Were drowned Iolloe ChnrRed the Crowd Del fast June 10A mob hooted the Corpus Christi procession of SOCO persons here Sunday afternoon Sevt eral rushes were made and tinally the police were compelled to charge the crowd a number of persons being injured Many were placed under ar rest Splendid RuIn Harvest London June 10lentiu rains have fallen in South Russia says the Odessa correspondent vof the Stand ardand a splendid harvest is as- aurtd I MINERS IN PERIL Fire Broke Out in Shaft No2 at Port Royal Pa Fol lowing Explosions OVER THIRTY MEN ARE ENDANGERED l Two Persons Were Rescued But They Could Not Tell What Had Caused the Flames A Rescuing Iarty rhnt Went Down i Shaft No 1 Have Xot tenII Heard of Sliiee There I Great 1xeltemtIICI Port Royal Pa June HThe Pitts tkhsl place is again on fire after steady running for seven years and over at men are in the mines Many of them i fromsn againAbout 6 oclock smoke was see to be issuing from Shaft No 2 is thought the fire started from an explosion and that six men were in the shaft at the time Jock Peo Ales Tony Stickler Frank Davenport Daly Lawrence Seller and John Stakes Stakes and Satler were not near the place in which the explosion occurred and upon the arrival of a rescue party they were quickly brought to the surface after Lein nearly overcome by afterdamp 1hl- I could give no information as to wha had caused the fire and told the res cue party that four other men were entombed About 7 oclock anothe- reselling party went down Shaft No 1 which is just opposite on the Bal timbre and Ohio side of the river andI have not been heard from since Iore Ixplosiuns About three hours after tin resent party entered the nine two more explosions were heard Meantime the crowd around the opening of th shaft including many mothers wives and sisters of men entombed 1ofincreased All sorts of plans have been suggested for the rescue of tin men Some talk of turning the river into the trines but ninny are op posed to this idea for fear of drown ing the miners All that would be necessary would he to pull a plug which wns placed in the mine after the explosion of seven years ago wul the water would rush into the mines at a rapid rate Daly one of the men known to be in the burning mine went in for the first time Monday morning and it is not known 1 he is from At 11 oclock Monday night four men volunteered to go down Shafts Xos 2 and a and one man down No 1 but up to this 11111 it iis not known whether they have succeeded in making any rescues Gas mid smoke are issuing from the mines at midnight and over 200 men wom en and children arc waiting for some news of relatives Doctors have been1 sailed and assistance is being of fered on seers side Hurled In All IllreetloiiK At 3t oclock Tuesday morning heavy volumes of smoke were still issuing from the urine nail hope of saving any of the entombed men miners or rescuers is fast disappearing Shortly after 3 oclock Tuesday morning 1A Sweeney Larry Bev eridge and Frank Stratton succeeded in working their way to the pit mouth and were quickly put uncle- the care of physicians and Stratton are unconscious and lie physicians way they can not live Bev Bridges arms are both broken his Lady horribly bruised and it is be lied he inhaled the flames Sweeney rescued Beveridge and literally carriedj him along with him Sweeney him self in so badly used up that all the information he could give of the explosion and fire was that the explo sion came just at the time when the shifts were changing from day t night turn The miners were hurled in all directions and Sweeney knows of at least three who were killed out right He says it is impossible to tell now just how many men are entombed but he thinks there tire more than the t7 reported at first ANCIENT LANDMARK GONE The Old Catholic Church at 1 Iolnte Madeline Inland and Val ualile IaintliiK Ilnrned olddointe Made bydnn an den t landmark anti has been visited by hundreds of tourists annually The original church was built in 1015 by lather Batage and rebuilt at a datenI It contained an ancient painting The Descent From the Cross which Indian tradition says was a gift to the Lai Pointe misjsion in JC60 by Father Marquette It is thought that the picture Was stolen and the church set on lire to cover the loss Got SamfordH Condition Montgomery Ala Junc Itor D Samford sun and private secretary of Oov Samford who left Tusealoosat Monday at 2 oclock says his father had a severe time Sunday night but hits improved somewhat Monday The governors other son and daughters will go to his bedside Tuesday l To Heorcnnlre the Xuvy Madrid June 1Senor Sag lstajj the premier addressing a meeting o r his supporters Monday announce that the government would issue ail loun for territorial defense and- reorganizationof m3 r the easy t 3 c VALUABLE PRESENTSc L President firs Molvliiley mind Oalil vet IadleM Heeelve Fine ilftx Prom a Colorado Man Washington June 1llime presii tlntunl1 Mrs1 McKinley Monday re Cfcived from Mr and Mrs Thomas F Walsh of Colorado the exquisite gifts that were to have been souvenirs of the presidential visit to Colorado J Uml Mrs McKiuleys Hintas not nut short their western visit Monday according to the otlicial programme iiiarked out for the trip the presi dential party was to have breakfasted with Mr ani Mlrs Walsh ut Glenwood Springs Tin souvenir selected for the president is a book of views bound in Russian leather and mounted in sold and a mane plate with date and place engraved thereon file views art steel engraved and show all the points of interest which the party were to have visited For Mrs McKinely there was a gold card ease suitably engraved with name and date Each of the cabinet Indies also received a rouvenir curd ease almost time equal of that made for Mrs MeKinley FORGERYtMelville Chester Pliidlay Van of the proprletur of n Iunsns kitty Art Store Vrrented Chicago lane 11 Melville Chester jr son of Melville Chester of the hanking firm of Baker Unttin cC i Chesier Boston is under arrest herei 1wentyfiviTe e himtKajiwis City June 11 The allegedI forger arrested in Chicago Monday Melr Yule Chester Jr is supposed by tin police here to be Melville Cheater Findlay son of time proprietor of ani art store in t his city He was arrestedl in the county court house here two months ago by DtectiVe 0 II are huti in tlil struggle which followed OFlare was badly beaten and Findlay escaped OUIare has wide fame as n fighter eand Fnd lay is the only prisoner who efcer escaped from him Findlay comes a highly respectable and well t do family ANOTHER COMBINE Plans For the Coinl liintliii of 1 ofr the lnrKeit 1lotv KiielnrlKM In tin Cinmlry Ciiiiiilot il Chicago lunc nllan for a com bination of il of the largest plot factories in the country practicallyrr wcrej onjpleted Monday at a meeting at the Auditorium annex over whir preesilJeda Former Judge W A Vincent oj leilCugo has the details in charge and 9cpeots to have the combhtntio- e incorporated within n month with a prospective capital of S73000000 TJie election of oflics rs probably witl be held Tuesday Ohio Kentucky AJiscXnsin and New York will be in UIe trust It is positively denied tint the prices of plows will be raised l CLEMENCY SHOWN Dentil Sentence of J C llutler Cam Ijnmted to IiniiriMoiinieiit For Life ton Ilea of lllH Daughter 1 jLittle Rock Ark June 11Car Davis Monday night commuted the death sentence of J C Butler n Itsalon county to life imprisonment Butler was convicted mid sentenced hr1e1509lhe evidence was circumstantial Miss Julia Butler mother daughter of the accused appeared before the governor Monday mil made a pathetic plea that her fathers life be spared The rUse is one of the most Hateri lit Arkansas criminal annals ALLEGED COUNTERFEITERS A OnnK of l lye Arrested Ily the Sheriff nt Waterloo In Were 0Vcll Equipped Waterloo la June 11 Sheriff Wil liam M Law of Blackhawk county and a special detective nin unearthed a gang of five allegedii counterfeiters here Monday ant placed them all under arrest They were completely equipped with dies for making ten 23 and 50 cent piece thngung are Will English Will and Fraud Fenstermakor Frank Raphael ami Michael Hubbard 1Rlotlnt KeNnnieiU Belfast June nThe rioting which begun here Sunday in an at tack upon the Corpus Christi pro cession was renewed Monday night when the crowd vigorously stoned the police The latter were finally compelled to invoke military aid andl the rioters were dispersed by lancers Will Enforce the Iltiuor Laxvn Washington June nTh gunboat Concord left Yokohama Monday fur Unalska where she iuto assist in enforcing the liquor laws in that lection and otherwise take up the iluties formerly performed by the fguubdat Wheeling which recently fyrasput out of commission v The Pope is III i x Rome June HThe pope is again iilJlIe was unable to take his can fforgoes drive Sunday His physicians hilts ad5eed him not to leave his apartments during the entire sum inier Scorpion Leave l or New Orlcana Memphis fern June JTlte gun iaut t Ilotlncc- t rouse ot high water passed fhe remphis bridge Monday night ndlnrocceded toe rJns I THEY ARE GUILTY J Dr Unger and Brown Convicted of Conspiring to Defraud Insurance Companies RECEIVED IINDETERMINATE SENTENCES Frank Hi Smiley Indicted5 WiththeI Two Men Pleaded Guilty and Turned States Evidence The Annual of Iimaranee OH the Life of UHM Marie DefeuuncU- KirreKiited 0141Ilrr Death it Myntery Chicago June ItDr August 1IUnger and F Wayland Brown on trial for conspiracy to defraud in Hurnuce companies through the death of Miss Marie Uefenbuch were Mon day evening found guiltydad enItenced to time penitentiary under the indeterminate net Frank 11 Smiley indicted with Unger timid Brown plead guilty aril turned states evidence IIt IK likely that he will escape with a light sentence The evidence in the ease showed that Unger Brown and Smiley and Miss Defenbaeh entered into a con spiraey by which Smiley was To ap pear as the affianced husband of tho woman She was then to be ill mind apparently die leaving the insurance which included one policy in a stock company and two jn fraternal or gunizations the total aggregating 25000 The woman in her will said that she desired her remains to be Cremated and it is supposed that it was the intention to hurry her away after supposed death and ere matt another body procured from a hospital IItcll the 1 F lullin Vns Murdered The woman beraumeill jjejLordlnjf to programme hilt did not rally and died Ilex body AVUH not cremated An Inquest was held by Assistant Cordher John B Weekler without a ojury and Weekler returned to time coroners olliee a verdict that the woman hnd died of natural causes The death of the woman is shrouded in mystery and physicians on time stand differed widely as to the cause of death The state however le clared that the woman was murdered although it could not be positively invurnuee carried by the woman was signed before her death and that ashsigmncnts had bran made The soil 1ahad no effect sass in the clause touching cremation and it is clammed prendispoii sition of the body after death THE HONDURAS BUILDING Formally Ina UK rated on the HulValo I Iivpojit Imi GrouittlH An lulere- Htlui Hxhlblt Buffalo N Y June11lime lion duras buildhig in the exposition grounds was formally inaugurated Monday night Senor Francisco Alt fihul the minister of promotion and1 public works in Honduras personally superintended the construction of the exf hibits which how a variety of trop seal and subtropical products includ ing tobacco and also interesting specimens of native handicraft A display which will greatly interest the people of time United States is that of 170 different varieties of hardwoods said to be the finest exhibition of its class on the grounds 1DIrector General Buchanan made an address and Senor N Bolet Pera easy consul general of Honduras in New York city replied THE Y M C A Delegates A oniliIIiiK to Attend the ScmlCell t1hit and Interna tional Juhllee Convention Boston Tune U Streaming into Boston from nearly every quarter of 1the globe vane delegates Monday to the semicentennial anti international jubilee convention of the Young Mens Christian association of North Amer ica Practically every civilized sour try in the world was represented wasdcalled to order in the exhibition hull of the Mechanics building and it is confidently expected that there will be nearly 5000 delegates from the dif ferent associations in attendance dims ing the six days the contention is in session 1tt2urney Dropped lend Carslkadon n prominent attorney dropped dead of heart disease Monday He was born at IKiser WJfa in 1S50 At the unit of his death he was acting ns attorney for Frank Rockefeller in his suit against 1 Frank Siegel former SiegelSanders Jlniiley It Candidate Fur Governor Augusta Me June 1IlIon J II Mauley has announced that he is a candidate for the nomination for goy crane of Maine at the conclusion of Oov Hills term Mr Manley declare s that he favors a tJl1e car term for the governor and the suppression of the whisky traffic To Prepare Iloer quarters Halifax N S June 11The steam er Loyalist which arrived here Mon day from England brought a eon pony of royal engineer corps soh guarr ters for the1 Boer prisoners b Mng Lent there by tlieJrUjsh government F of A GLORIOUS SIGHT ii Field of Wheat lu Which the Stocksj Were So Thick It Was Impo lble i- to Drive Uetweea Them To the EditorroA gentleman from Duluth made a I trip through a portion of Western Canada last summer and writing of what he saw says Wheat for instance will average twentylive or thirty bushels to tbeE acre I saw shocks so thick in the field that it would be almost impossi ble to drive between them Winters it is said are longer than near Duluth t but the Japan current warm chinook winds and dry atmosphere make the winters comparatively mild Thousands of such testimonies are r to be had from settlers who have taken advantage of the lowpricedi lands of Western Canada During the present year new districts will be opened up in the Saskatchewan Valley and advantage should be taken of this at once Information can be had from any agent of the Government whose advertisement appears else where in your columns Yours truly OLD READER + c First BrokerSay did you hear about SecondlJrokerthe last ten niiiJutes Town Topics All A tonl hcd If people arc too conservative they are very apt to find cause for astonishment when some person they have overlooked does something worthy of praise or soma familiar medicine effects a great cure Such 4 was the fact in the case of Mr Nimrod Price j of Milford Ohio who wrote My wifetmyself and all our neighbors are astonished at the wonderful effects of your Lotion in curing a distressing eruption on my wifes face it staving done what no doctor or oth er medicine had done before If your druggist huOt it send to Solon Palmer 374 PalmersLotion 0cSar I told that Boston man my fish aUghthatlhiladelphialres8f r t Sew Iut Trulti to Colorado via MUiourl FaclHc italhrar- TheaiIssourilaciltcllnilwayisnowoper sting double dully service from St Louis nod Kansas City to points in Colorado Utah and the Pacific Coast Trains leave Sir Citytsplug cisco without change Excursion tickets now on sale For further information aa dress company agents H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass and Ticket Agents St Louis Moo It is better to go to bed hungry sometimes than to get up every morning hope lessly involved in debt Christian Intel ligencer e0tDo Tour Kect Ache uiiil JInrn Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase powder for the feet It makes tight or New ItchingSwollenSweating Feet AH Druggists and Shoe Stores sell it 2ac Sample sent FREE Ad= Mdress Allen S Olmst dLe1oyNY Every man thinks he is already carrying a load that threatens to break his back Don t ask him to carry a part ofyour load Atchison Globe yrv I am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life three years agoMrs Tbos Robbins Maple Street Norwich N Y Feb 17 1900- Boiling docs much to render foul news tit to print Puck rRelieve AVhoonlnKT Cough WithHoxciesCroupCureNonausea50etavery pleases a little man Atchison Globe HelpDr Women Who Are Always Tired I do not feel very well I am so tired all the time iYou hear these words everyday as often as you meet your friends just so often are these words repeated More than likely you speak the same signifi youdoMrs Ella Rice of Chelsea Wis whose portrait we publish writes that she suffered for two years with bear ingdown pains headache backache and had all kinds of miserable feelings JIES Eras RICE all of which was caused by falling and inflammation of the womb and after doctoring with physicians and numer ous medicines she was entirely cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com poundIf 4 painsfnintingreluctance to go anywhere headache backache and always tired please re member that there is an absolute remedy which will relieve you of your suffering as it did Mrs Rice Proof is monumental that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine for suffering women eoSyrup IAHS Best Cough Tiuuj G xxL Use In time Sold by drat atnl- f NSUMPTION c f- J4f I tit V iH c- N l i pS W eS6SS CC iC Ce SCi 5 a c C6SS5 e y ra L STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I 07 k ENCAMPMENT CLOSEDII VlItK Made ami the OIHMTH liixtnll edIht Gold VelemiiH lott for j Their Home I Covjngton Ky June 5Tlte encampment I of the Ga1 1 department of ovhmgtonucrdayyvpectations of the entertainment i beDugwas the big night of the lnenllpl1l ijIj lane addresses by prominent meni ere made ji At 10 oclock I j Tuesday morning a J meeting was held at Odd Fellows I tmmmetiupimportant ficers The reelectedlg year Blaze department commander for the state of Kentucky Jus Byland senior vice department commander AV If Garr junior vice department Myerdelegatesand Chas Solar- Covington Ky Tune 6The state encampment G1 IL department n CovingtonTuesday for their homes Thursday morning The last meeting was held at Odd Pct i lows hall at 10 oclock a m when the reports of the officers and com mittees were approved Then fol byColThe balance of the day was spent at l wals paid t The old soldiers and their friends leave with a favor i able impression of the second city in the state The next place of meeting will be at Lebanon Ky FIRE AT LEXINGTON TwentySix Hoime Destroyed Rn tailing n IJOMM of Ahoiit Sixty TIioiiHiutil DollurM t Lexington Ky June S TwentyBix hones on Georgetown Short nail Todd streets were destroyed by firs iIunti I about half of the property destroyed J1 Qots cooperage shop D D Salines grocery Perkins livery sta ble the Webster hotel owned and used as a restaurant by Mrs Iridk Shannon S II P Shepherds Stepheni 1olt and 11 0 Vaughns twostory i brie k residenees were the most val iiiMe buildings lln others were brick nail frame fottigusJ They were occupied by poor families who are now in distress The fire originated at l3n oclock in u Negro cottage from a defective flue A furious wind was blowing and the fire Spread with such rapidity that little1 household property was saved Several children were seriously but not fatally burned St Josephs hos pital a large institution was in line of the fire and was saved with dif ficulty The greater part of two blocks are in ruins For several hours the entire western suburb was threat cued and neighboring places were called upon for aid The fire was gotten under control at 4 oclock WARRANTS ARE OUT t tARand of KnZilnx Outlatvn Severely Whipped n Widow Known an Old Janei Mayking June 7n organized band of kuklux such as has been terrorizing Letcl + r county for years k has developed at Hazard south of here in Perry county and the band brutally whipped Mrs June Young a widow commonly known as Old lane She is a respected woman and the affair caused a wide sensation throughout the county Warrants have bu issued for tn young men implicating them in tIm gang of outlaws and their trres will follow They arc all t in the society of Hazard and Perry counties OHrlen Sell Two Colts to Bennett Lexington Ky June 10l1nt OBrien Saturday night announced1 the sale of ate two sensational ayeur olds in his stable The bay colt Alad din by Imp St George Merrywixe by Elias Lawrence and the elieslnu cult Blennenwbrth by Prince of Sic l1acoMiddlemarch by Imp Billet to C G Bennett Co the noted rac ing firm of Memphis The price wsisI r7000 Both are unbeaten Aladdin having wen his three starts and flew iienworth his only start OBrien bought them of W S Barnes their breeder for Soo each Her honey and Illnuiondi one Louisville Ky June 731rs1nli- S c Coleman principal of the Jrayson Istreet school is mourning tits loss ol 700 in money and no in diamonds which she let beneath her pfirms- A Negro servant has been nrretct4- x jUn orm hank K of r onieem tt Paris Ky June 7l1us of tilt Sil regiment Lrnfrni Jlank h of I itllCtcdG L Meyrsn of Carlisle t v Joncl R H Con Ylf CyuJhiana it itenant colonel ar IJ Adams i tit lVIncliester maL of tile 1st bat t tbliou Jvlllcd AVhlle Kluhlnrr s Lagrange Ky Tune 7rrTiile three lads wSrHtJUe sons of lr Weeks ami1 a cooredaSOinpanion were fishing near Baluil d nit aghtning struck uud kill ed the egro boy and fatally sHock td Forte Weeks aged S I i i LOUISVILLE BIKE RACES In the 1110 1tUe Spurt netn lies A Koch mid Kd J Dnuhert the Former Wttw the Winner 1 Louisville Ky June 10ln the 1 mile bicycle race between Charles A Koch and Ed 1 1 Daubert at Fountain Ferry park Sunday afternoon Koch won from Daubert by four lengths A small crowd witnessed the contest and minutlsstoof the contestants had done epeIstnrtwas timekeeper for Koch and Chits L W Daubert for Kd 1 Daubert 11 W Mattimiller acted as timekeepor A L Edwards as referee The bitf time was mode during the first t jt miles by the men At the end of tic first hour they had covered 19 mill the second showed 3S the third SJJ the fourth 73 and the fifth StmiIlR At the last mile neither Ulan showed any speed and both were making sldw time alternating the place In tire stretch Koch who was behind gath fered speed and shot by Dnubert liRe lightning The purse Will for 400 anil the honors for the better rider v A SECRET MARRIAGE The Fend liint Revealed lly the Sets JiHelnentKslatc at O v imliiiro Owensboro Ky lung SIn the eic cuit court Friday a sensational nnswqr was filed1 in a suit setting up a may rings between Miss Josie Dryer o this city and Max Schneider in Cin cinnati in 1SOS that has been kept Ja secret to this day On July 7 1SD7 Margaret Dry or died leaving an estate worth 20009 She left a will making her daughter Josie executrix of the estate and trus ten for Andrew and Isaac Dryer tw i improvident SOI1StA few weeks ago Josie as executrix filed a suit to settle the estate and Friday the two sons filed an n is resetting up lime secret marriage of their sister in inrhnmati by a magls trate and then because they were Catholirs a Hubxecuent marriage by n priest at Bar stown HE REGOVERfeD if i IInriiitiii Arthur ekes nt Oweiw bore lleeulveil 11 JOO Volt KJiooU nut Is tike Owensboro Ky Tune 8 Altlioiigh he received 2200 volts of electricity physicians say Arthur Seleer will re cover from the shock Selser is a lineman for the electric light plant here and Fridaywhile mending a break at time power house his foot ing slipped and he received the entire voltage through his body He had placed a plank edgewise to act as a nonconductor and it slipped throwing him to the ground He held the live wire in his hands and was ren tiered unconscious- It is estimated that the wire car ried a voltage ninny times enough t kill and his ease is the most remarkable on record excepting the scien title tests of Tesla THE STAKES CLOSED Annual 31eetlnc nt the IveiitneUy Trotting lireederV Annoelntlon In lexiultou Lexington Ivy lUlU 10Tllt stakes for the 24th annual meeting of the Kentucky Breeders Trotting association in Lexington in October closed with the usual heavy list of entries and the veteran organization still wears the plume of leadership over the worlds trotting tracks Six hundred and fortyeight horses comprising 473 averageeracetreceivedtof 2C starters to be named September 17 iisI more of a mystery this year than usu al owing to the large proportion of nominations hitherto unknown the famous stake will undoubtedly retain its position as the greatest annua trotting rice of the all aged division CTo Use Ulplcy an n AVItncnu Frankfort Ky June 7 Arthur Goebel and T C Campbell conferred with Capt 11I Cravens of New castle who defended Capt 1 Uipley Goebel suspect tried iin April and acquitted It is said that USpley will be used as a common wealths witness in the trials of Jiml Howard and Caleb Powers Bradley to Ioeate in Louisville Louisville 13 tune SEx Cuv William U Bradley has decided to b lo rate in Louisville to practice law William McClelland Johnson who wasI his partner in Lancaster will be as sociated with him Victory For Corlngton- Covington Ky June IQOne of th best rattles of ball played at the Cov ingtou park this season was that be tween the CovingtoiiR and the Mul Hoops which resulted in u victory tor the Covingtons by a sore of 3I to 2 Killed lly n Mrtmhal Williamsburg Ky lane tiarshal Wilder of Corbin shot and in stantly killed Andrew Cox u amiItby Cox v DOUBLE4ThAGEDYr L Hart man and Wife Found Dead in Bed in Great Northern Hotel Chicago 1J i EACH IUD A BULLET WOUND IN IE WL i r The Woman Supposed to leave Beenl 5 nose Vfolette a Variety Ac tress of Xew York j J j I A lltmntrny JliirrlnKe With Dentil n I the Result of I ei iioiideiicy Ovetr the Uhiluracy of An tiifor Klvlnur Father it Chicago June 11 Side by side aoJi Witha bullet wound in the tea 1 fivthe lead bodies of L Hartmani and his wife were found in their bedI tit the ireat Northern hotel Monday evening The room showed no evi Hence of a struggle Both lifelessi form were compound time covering the bed well tucked about them hut the revolver clutched in the right handi of the hulmiid told the 4 Uri of the double tragedy Of the pair that courted death ro fmreessf ully nothing iis known by tita managers of the hotel beyond n re port that the man leas wealthy con uectioiiK in New York and that tht woman apjMirently was once an actress i a under the stage name of toss Violctte From information given by a voniu vho inquired for them Monday niorn tug it is supposed that the case iis one of a runaway marriage withJi death as the result of despondency over the obduracy of an unforgiving father llartman and his wit registeredI adt dress as New York Roth were styl ishly dressed and appeared to be per sons of means They were reservedI in manner but from tits evidences oft atTcction displayed it was surmised by attaches of the hotel that they were on their wedding trip Bend For Sumo Time Early Sunday night they retireeI Tb tKeir vjiartWenf nail nothing was seen of them until Monday evening bedrThe chambermaid tried to rain en traiioe Jt 6 Ilittf roqiiitjii the forenoon hut WM tlnnblut to do so loiter in the flay sup repented the attempt with the same retail Kepoatud l nor kings failed to obtain an answer filth the lintel office being notifiiicl th room was broken into MondA- mirht suit the tnwoveryvas mtille Oflilie double trasredx rCfxv York June 11it YIS Ilearned1 1PtheE woman who Vns billed as Hose Viqg 1ct4e had hen appearing in different prodiictioiiti at that theater all lastt winter She is described as being about 22 years of age very handsome with Wavy brown hair and a beautiful complexion The young woman was originally engaged by George W Ledercr to inppcar in The man iin the JlooiiShcitniwith the pro duction all during its run at the Net York theater and was in that part of the chorus known as red and bliicki girls She subsequentlyI book Iokioocompany stayedl with that organi zation during its run in this City and then went on the road when it waN 1aken Avesf NO PATIENTS INJURED Fire Dentrojeil Two 1V arQs Kitchen t OlnliiK and Medical Supply lloom nt the Irenlilln hospital San Francisco June l1 fire i the General Military hospital at the Presidio Monday night destroyed two wards kitchen dining room and medical supply room None of to patients were injured The loss i estimated at 25000 The two wards destroyed we known as the measles wards nndc were occupied by 60 patients flier were 200 patients in the general hos pilaf and all were removed to places of safety ithout confusion or injury until the fire had been brought under control The fire had its origin iin a room used to store paint but the cause is unknown yet GAINING STEADILY The Condition of Mr MeKinley I Very EncourngingSnt tpin n Chnlr Several Time Monday Washington June 11Dr Itixey twhen he left the white house at 1013 Monday night said Everything is enftouragaing Mrs Mcivinlcy is doing very nicely She is gaining steadily She Slit up in a roll ing chair several times today aggre gating probably an hour We are very much encouraged by the steady improvementSurg Stemberg made his usual leI ing said that Mrs MeKinley contin net to improve and is doing rer aril ReunioncColoradu Springs Col Tone 11 The Ikough Hiders have decided to hold their annual reunion in this iiy firing the quavercentennial eelb bration AugustI 1 2 and 3 It is ex pected that Vice President Kooserelr will Jittend the reunion Attcniptc i to L nit Ilin 11 fc New York aunt 111 nessa e tunJLouis Stern tr United States com mercial agent there Shot himself Monday in a garden MICHIGAN INDIANS PoUllnntolnlco Tribe nt n Secret Ioe Wow Decided to Invent the Luke Front CUlcnuo St Joseph Mich June BThe tribe of Pottouatomie Indians livicg in Vun liuren county held a secret pow avow at Hartford to listen tojj Chitagoito sail for Chicago June 22 under the leadership of Chief Isaac QUi 110 the youngest and most during fullblood ed Indian of the tribe Chief Charles Pokagon son of the lute Simon Poka- Son was deposed hisDcouncil of seven advisers because ofII their lukewarm attitude and Fmnk Williams Frank Sawalk J II Cush MotayCharleswere elected members of the now council i The PottoAvatomies propose to inIvest the lake front of Chicago and turn proceed to prove their claim to the lands which they believe will be sustained If the Chicago claim is established they will squat on all rthe lake front from the Indiana line to Grand Haven Mich which they say is their land by virtue of the same treaty upon which they bass their Chicago claim GRADUATING NAVAL CADETS Unlit Comitelleil the Ceremoiilen to lie Held in the Chapel limtcud of on the Groniulii 1Annnpolis Md Tune STIain inter fered with the pomp of the gradua tion of the naval cadets and made itInecessary to hold the ceremonies in the chapel instead of on the grounds as planned Capt Clark made the opening in vocation Coirmamhr Wuinwriglit spoke well of the graduating clays Gen Edward S Bragg of Wisconsin addressed the graduates Assistant Secretary llackett of the navy presented the diplomas Before the presentation he delivered to the cadets the good wishes of the presi lent and secretary of the navy3 f The six star members of the class were then given their diplomas first jjih the order in which they stand Cadets Furer Fogarty Conway King hears and Yates After that the regardtoDEATH RATHER THAN PRISON I L1rK Years For Ilohhery Committed Jn11Jt HiJ Toronto Onto June SGather than jo to the pfiiitmtiary to serve et 21 ear sentence for robbery of n bank in Aurora Ont Frank llutledge com milted suicide by jumping over the balustrade circling a gallery in the jail lie fell 30 feet striking his head on the stone floor and fractnr ing his skull Fred Lee nice and llutlcdge who with Thomas Jones was implicated in the Aurora bank robbery were sentenced to 21 years in the Kingston penitentiary While jail guards were taking Hutledge and lliee to paper the former suddenly sprang away front the guards ran swiftly up the steps to time gallery and without a moments hesitation jumped over the railing to the stone flour below Ho died at the hospital without regaining consciousness THE FLYWHEEL BURST Xeerro Woman Sleeping In n Shnnt Nearby Killed and Her llu blind Uiihiiriiicil Charleston S C Jvne 8A fly 1wheel at the power bouse of the Charleston Consolidated Iailway Gas and Electric Light Co 10 feet in diameter and weighing 15 tons burst weighingSa ton striking a shanty i 0 feet from Lytliarebydcuntouched Tried to Drown IltiiiNelf In ni od Pontiac lich June SPrank Tay lor of Oxford despondert because his sweetheart married another man attempted to drown himself in a tank of blood in a slaughter house He was assisting in killing cattle and when the tank in which the blood was retained became full he jumped in He was rescued Need Not lie Stumped Washington June 8 Commission er of Internal Revenue Yerkes has ruled that under the revenue reduc tion nit of llarch 2 1901 which will go pinto effect July 1 the bonds of contractors for government work will not be required to be stamped r Gen Towns Com a mnnd Washington June S1Caj Gen S Ml li Young who is in this city will resume commai of the depart ment of California on the 30th inst relieving Maj Gen Shatter whose voliuutuijrs expires ou that date t71 Schooner Seized Saijuan Porto Rico June SThe schooler Let Me Pass the property of a resident of the island of Gigues oft th coast of Porto llico has been scisujdVand two merchants liave been nrreat d on a charge of smuggling Liquor I lie Ie wad Out Cla sville Tenn June SAt Guth diggertleas Blown to pieces at the bottom oiaS4 foot well while investigating to seeKvhy a dynamite blast he had- placed had not exploded T 7 c aG IS 1 STILL IMPROVING I Mrs McKinley Sat Up fcr a Few Minutes Sunday I In Not Expected She Would De Stronir Unouuh to Truvel He tore July Even If Improvement Continue Washington Juue 10rh reports from the sick room up to n late hour Sunday night were decidedly eneor aging Dr llixey appeared much bet ter satisfied with the patients con dition Sunday night than for sometime Mrs MeKinley set up for a few minutes Sunday It was the second time she hits been able to do so in some time Surgeon General Stern berg remained longer than usual Sun day evening Heretofore he has main tained a spbynxlike silence about Mrs McKinleys condition but when he left Sunday night he said Mrs Mc Kinley is doing very well now There are no new developments Mrs MeKinley will be taken to Canton whenever she is in condition to hear the journey tensive lampreys muuts have been mode in the MeKin ley home in Canton including time building of n portecoeherie and the remodeling of portions of the house and it was planted last autumn that she and the president should go to Canton about July 1 of this summer In case Mrs MeKinley recovers this plan will be carried out though iit is not expected she would be strong enough to leave here the first of Tiny even iif improvement should continue steadily Dr Itixey said Sunday night he was unprepared to predict whether she would be able to carry out thes plans It is believed that consi benefit would accrue from removal to her old home especially ax it iis cooler and more breezy there thin here AT BUFFALO Tin Secretary of AVnr Kllun Hoot mid lurty A- Special im day UII u Trnlii I Ituflnlo X VTuiie I0Ion daih foot secretary of war arrived in this city Sunday afternoon He was mot at the station by Director General William I JJuehaaau of the Pan American exposition and Capt P C Haines of time United States army The other members of Secretary Hoots party are Maj Hen Corbin Maj Gen Young Col and Mm John stun and Miss Kdythv Patten Mrs Hoot and her daughter ar rival here Monday The detachments of the UnitedI Stale army now quartered within the exposition enclosure are making preparations to receive the secretary of war with honors befitting his po sitionTHREE GIRLS DROWNED Sldtr un the Delnnre Riser Swnulp ed and mix Occupnutn thrown Into the Water Philadelphia June 10A party olI six persons three men and three girls while sailing on the Delaware river Sunday afternoon off North Esslington a few miles below this city were thrown into the water by the swamping of their skiff during a squall and the three girls wer drowned The names of the girl are Uosie Koons aged 17 yearsi Mary Koons aged 19 Mamie Tray nor aged 22 The party were guests of the Federal Boat club Other mem bers of the club heard the cries of the unfortunates and immediately set about rescuing them The three men were quickly hauled into othe boats but the girls sank before the could be reached A HEAVY LOSS The IVheal Crop on 4O Farms eat curd Northwest of Illncktrell O T Ruined lly u Storm Wichita Kan June 10A corre spondent who arrived here Sunday night from the scene of devastation in Kay county Oklahoma says that the storm of Friday night ruined the wheat crop of 400 farms west and northwest of Blackwell These farms are all in one body of territory The farmers who had purchased twine anti harvest machinery are asking the local dealers to take them back and the dealers have referred the matter to the factories The loss of crops with cause no distress as the farmers art in good condition finan cially owing to a succession of good crops during the past five seasons Eminent 1nlnier Dead New York June 10 Edvvarfl Moran the eminent marine anti landscape painter died Sunday afternoon in his apartments and studio in Fifth aye nue from uraeinie poisoning caused by n complication of diseases from which he hud been suffering for a i year Condition of the treasury Washington Jnno 7 Thursdays statement of the treasury balances In the general fund exclusive of the luOOftO00 gala reserve in the di vision of redemption shows t 3 table cash balance SIGilSOGal goW 1J1305211 IMiitttred Im t M Crrlr GreenwoGil IJ C Tune 7The mailt srage from Camp McKinn y to Green wood putiged into logy Jock creek The driver Andrew Kirkland wiis killed and jlnry Tsic olvu and Mrs Brunuers njured rdf I1 1 AaFOLIVER acksmian Undertaker HICEMAN KENTUCKY IVE ME A TRIAL wben you want JC BUakHmtthlng done or repairing agoni Ac HoMeshoinu a specialty 1 also keep a fall line o- rUndertakofs Goods Common Itoienood and Solid lllaol aunt Coffins amid Gates which can bated op in short notice and at reason lable prices Glte ue A call aA Shop near the Jail l LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE R R DEPOT J H POLLOCK Propr First class turnouts buggies surreys larriages safe teams tic Customers served with courtesy and politeness Pa tronage solicited Telephone 19 oath Book Store Splendid Selection of YEW BOOKS STATIONERY eNOTIONSCall and see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERKJT ES C- OSHOPCITY BARBER To my old customers Wo are lucre to stay Nobody will appreciate your patronage or tako more pleasure in try utug to please you than WA old reliable barbers K U CALDWELL WILL PROWELL DR S K DAVIDSON i Jentistt QIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oow ill Oow ills y Drue Store C B EAKEE General Grtrocer ti Powell Blook Clinton St Having purchased the Grocery Stock ol J J C Bondunnl would be flufl fd li- tbue all old friends to call Fresh Good arid Choice Bargains W J BARRY COf AT BUCKNERS OLD SHOP ordereV Repair or Paint your old one bLACgS iTHING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED TIt F RtmleyJoo W ZZcuueU REMLEYY=ATIORNEYSATLA W t- Will practice In all CotirU especially I the CourtH of Hickman and Fulton coun tie Mr Bennetts office will remain at Clinton and Mr Rctnleys in Hickman f TheBig Four Route Is a Railway System i Comprising 2500 Miles of Superb Roadway i t Built and Equipped In the Most i Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction i The Passenger Train Service of tho tBIG FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day requIring- for their operation 1 i V 150 Passenger Locomotives 450 Passenger Cars 1 I 23 Parlor Cars 7t I 20 Dining and Cafe I CarstIi it In addition to which Sixty PuHnta Sleepers are In Continuous Service on the BIO FOUR and its TltrollII Car Linest1WARRENieaIZSLTkLAgt sRoP4CUtQJfHAn 0- IC 7 4 r- r Y u h ah0and having Undn way the homo will be the next thought This is 1 where we meet you half way IN FROM TWO TO TEN HOURS YOURaHOMEiCOMPLETELY 1 from top to bottom and on the eas iest terms to YOU I The very best Furnituretho latest and daintiestwith all tho sensible tables chairs and cupboards to mako your home all it ought to be UNDERTAKERS DEPARTMENT The Undertakers Departmeut is upstairs where we keep a complete T line of Caskets Coffins Burial Robes Suits etc Mr Phillips also lives upstairs over the store where he can he found any time day or night MORRIS PHILLIPS i Pan American Exposition t Best reached by the Illinois Central Railroad L Through service via Memphis Louis ville Cincinnati and Cleveland of fective on and after June 1 consisting of SLEEPING CAR Without Change Between New OrleansJ r and Buffalor Anevening departnro from New Ori r leans and a morning jUTival at Buffalo w SLEEPING CAR SERVICE AND BUFFET LIBRARY CAR tj Enroute Particulars of agents of the i Illinois Central and connecting lines Wm Murray Div Pas Agt New Orleans Jno A Scott Dlv Pas Agt Memphis ChicagoW Call at Cowgill Cowgills drug store find get a tree sample of Chamberlains stomach and liver tablets They are elegant physic They also improve anI appetite strengthen tho digestion regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect ENOUGH FOR A BIG ROOM r FOR 100 Think of this I 7 Bolts Paper at CcL9 42 jfeetIBorder tit 1c L 22 4 Bolts Ceiling at 9c 36 + i Excellent quality patterns tho pretti est First come first served Jf IWILSONS BOOKSTORE Z1 a tin I Ir4 t I r j ROUGH AND DRESSED lUMII BENJ1 I J Doors andWindows Shingles c r w2 1tBuilders Hardware f Paints Oils etc F or r r ESTIMATESri IftCIIEERFULLYFUIINISIiEII c PEED ST f urS L Hay Oats Corn Bran etc etc to l e sonrl ki IifA KU THE R S BAKERY ANDiCONFECTiONERYI I W I CONFECTIONERIES FRESH BREAD CAKES AND r CLINTON STREET f ITelephoneI I f L THE THIRD TERM IN EARNEST MCKINLEYS REAL FRIENDS ARE BACKING IT AND WILL WIN BEFORE THE PEOPLE Cincinnati 0 June 9 There has been no time in our history when con ditions would so justify tho election of a President to a third term as in the case of McKinley remarked Congress man C II Grosvenor to a group of his friends with whom he was chatting familiarly McKinloy personally is the most popular President we have had in a long time and he has certainly most creditably performed the duties of hits high office I think it is time furthermore to demolish the fiction that there is an un written law established by Washington that no President of the United States may accept a third term The facts are as any student of the times may dis cover that it was tear of defeat which impelled Washington to decline a third nomination Being a Federalist he was theobject of very violent attacks on the part of the Democrats of his day and recognizing the growing strength of his opponents ho doubted as I be lieve lite ability to again secure an election if he should run An unwritten law against a third term Bah I The sentiment the peo pie has changed since the days of Washington A plain simple form of republican government no long er satisfies the vaulting ambition of our people They want a grand great glo rious powerful government Can McKinley be elected for a third term Yes and for a fourth as well if conditions continue favorable What are the conditions necessary for his success We answer 1st Continued prosperity 2nd For Democracy to in any wise real or imaginary to threaten that pros perity3rd anyIThese conditions existing McKinley can sweep the country any number of terms because the same great interests would continue to rally to his standard right or wrong Jhli J N ijRANT N InRE INSUItANCE AGTS OFFICE AT F M BANK o SCHOOL NOTES An examination of applicants for ap pointmant to the A M College at Lexington will be held at the oflice of the County Superintendent in Hickman on Thursday and Friday June 27th and 23thAn appointment tarries with it all necessary traveling expenses to and from Lexington free tuitfon room rent lights and fuel A choice is given appointees of the following courses of studies each of which extends over four years Agricultural Scientific Classical Civil En gineering Mechanical EnJt in eo r i n g Electrical Engineering or Normal School Training Tho following conditions govern tho appointments The examination must be competitive and shall be held between the Urtit day of June and the first day of August upon the questions prepared by the Inc ulty of the College These embrace Spelling Arithmetic Grimmer History and eography Appointees to the college proper must bo between the ages Of fourteen and twenty four- Appointments can be made only upon actual examination Five appointments will be given this year one to the college proper and four to the Normal School The appointments to the Normal De partment however can be transferred to the preparatory department at the pleasure of the college president- At the same time and place an examination will be held for those who have completed the common school course of study and diplomas with the seal of the strto thereon will be issued to the successful applicants The County Teachers Institute will be held at Hickman Augustl2th to 16th with E C McDougle of Lebanon 0 as instructor RespectfullyD i I 1t Idje epWion I a The best advertised is not always the hest What we ask II is a of our line of I I and Womens I Dont Secure comparison Mens O Shoes andtl Oxfords With others at the sam t figures Buyaccording to your own judgment Heres what we offer you for 200 An excellcn t plainFrenchCongressThen price but a little heavier than the Vici ye also haye a line of Mens fine Shoes at 250 and 303 that are without a doubt the best Shoe in Hickman prictfrom1 Boys and Youths Shoes in all styles and Lades from 100 to 250Our Ladies Patent Kid Shoes and Oxfords from 53 to 350 are hard to heat Give us a trial We make the prices to suit you We are sole agents for the Patent Leather Shoe that wont break thro Your money back if you are not satisfied THE CASH SHOE STORE I Fiee 8 Baylor n n COMEUP STAIRS Having leased my dry goods store to Ro per Bros I have moved my stock up stairs over the grocery room opposite Dr Davidsons Dental parlor where I will continue to sell at cost all the remainder ofmy goods Please call if you want in this line very cheap H BUCHANAN EEaruilGroceries Queensware Hay Oats Bran Lime and Cement ISfWe carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto isttWOOD GOODS at FUR PRICES Tri us Clinton Street Telphone G Goods Promptly Delivered M t If a Girls in Love Thats her business If Shes GoingI to Get Married TlmlH the Squires bus allSj But if you have any sheet natal worc to bo done or any old Roofs that need repairing and painting Thats our Business Will guarantee em too L P W S ELUSON NOW IS THE BEST TIM To have your Babys Photograph taken When the weather is not so hot and the Baby is not fretted and my prices are made to suit For a short time I will make six Platiuo Photo graphs for One Dollar 8100 that would be cheap at Two Dollars Dont miss this chance Extreme care will be taken to please ray patrons Remember the place ROSEDACB 1 the Photographer i k always Mertorious Article 200 anything Fresh Maats Hardware C E EAKER AftVT1 MA BmRY Piano Binders Mowers and Rakes The best lowest prices andeasy terms Also generalas sortment of Family Groceries MARRIED IN WINGO LAYNE DUNN On Tuesday the 11th inst at 12 m by Rev Mr 1rost Mr Robt Lane of Hickman and Miss Ora Dunn of WingoThe young couple left immediately after the ceremony for Hickman their future home where a receptio- was tendered them at the home of th groom Tuesday evening They were tho recipients of numerous presents The groom is a worthy industrious honorable young man and numerous friends congratulate him and his win everyEGEE S WILKERSON Union City Tenn June lOMal comb Geens and Miss Lora Wilkerson a younc runaway couple from Cayce Ky were married at 10 oclock at the residence of County Clerk SF How ard Squire H SjSacra performing the ceremony u TO ALL PERSONS HAVING FARMING TIMBERED OR MINERAL LANDS ETC FOR SALE StLouisefforts to induce a good class of immi grants to settle in territory continuous to its lines and to engage tho attention ManufacturingSites solicits the support the cooperation and the assistance of the people of every pissTheall orleasewater power or mineral lands for sale will send a brief description of same to givingthemust correspond with the prices asked of local buyers The management does not propose to aid in selling laud to im migrants at exorbitant or speculative prices Largo tracts suitable for colonization at low prices are especially wanted J U KILLEBUKW entIITraffc Manager NASHVILLE TENN Every fashionable shape of men g Hats in all the desirable shades at- Af1BERGS We make Under taking important branch busi ness one that Eureka attention PAID GRADES COALS M Augusta Leonard discovered so angered deceived pcatcd sis to a L I V I J i K 0 rpI UNDERTAKING an of our r outcarefuland thoughtful attention Years of ex perience has 1f5 jjted system nearly perfect as methods tconceive 7 au is kind Every proyyir is contained therein that is fitting asiQutf establishment of highest character are Jprepaiwdito do J EMBALMING t preserve body for any th of time t L SMITH J V L1 H 1 l v tOstt t t 4 4 n Buggies Bim ri pst for the big and the little the rich and tho poor We have prices that are inl of everybody E U REEVES r CO- Hickumn Ky A Terrible Explosion I IfrightrullyI not heal tho running sore that followe but Bncklons Salve entirol cured heru Infallible for Cuts Corm- Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases djj Piles 2oc Timber at Cowgill Here Cowgills C a Smith the tinner thorJ j all kinds of Tin Work Give him sII call R B BUKVAID stcamlengmeI ive energetic man torpid and yon may know that hisl liver is tor pid whjn he relisj Ins fool or feels dull and languid after oft en has headeacho and sometimes iizz nest A few doses of Cliumberl Jns Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its normal functions rene ow his vitality improve his digestion an 3 make him feel like new marl Price 25 Mints Sample tree at v gills drug Combs Spring Sunday Jur4e 23rd 1901 The following 1 the program of services at Combs Spring Sunday June 23rd 10 oclock AM Sang Service conducted by Prof Dick iorris TnLowrye t for dinner 1 30 oclock p M Prayer and Prais- service cor ducted by J A Clear 230 oclock p M Preaching by Rev J H Eyr ns D D Bring yernr lunch expecting to stay all1 day and e djov a feast of good things- T G LOWRY E E Reeves Co will sot i you this Fall Acme Harrows Disk Harrows Oliver Plows Vulcan Plows McSherry Wheat Drills Ken Wheat Drills Mowers Rakes Plow Gear and everything in the Imple mOD c line Hickman Ky MiiB Cecil Hoggins of Jackson Teuh haa been vlIltmg Mrs H9ay LfQLJI Pittsburg and Orders accompanied with will have prompt ALL FUEL MUST BE FOR ON DEL IVERY ALL OF STEAM Alex A Faris Son THE WOODEXLEG 111 IT When Miss P Wolff of Chr cago became Mrs Applomai she that her ideal was a man with a wooden leg Mrs Appleman says she was at the discovery and the manner in which she had been sho allowed their honeymoon to last but two days She goes further md declares that in reply to her oft ro inquiries prior to their marriage Mr Applemans lameness he slim ply lied She has sued for divorce r = j QelvM undertaking in a of modern can undertaking establishment that a model of its beraccessoryevery feature dertaking the We FIRTand CLASS a long j STEPHE ll S nO Buggios reach Arnica Mr 11ow11with a doesnt oatinT a Co stoma tucky 1 Cash International smelt Fooa 3 Feeds For Ic IYOUJIAVE HEARD o INI il NATIONAL STOCK FOOD HAVE YOU TRIED IT IItis sohlon positive guarantee If it does not do what is claimed for itr your money will be refunded Now is the time to use it as Spring is approaching and your horses system undergoes a change We will not lengthen this advertise went bit for the next 80 lays will give thelNTERNATIONAL STOCK BUD illustrated with ovar 183 Large Colored Engravings that cost upwards of 83 00 100 to produce Book is 9y by 6f sa con gins description and engravings of different breeds of horses cattle sheep hogs aid poultry contains a Finely Illustrated Veterinary Department It will saves you hundreds of dollars as a practical jetereuce book This book tells all about International Stock Food i You get it with a package of food ifyou wew J A MCCLURE 51G Troy Ave Hickman Ky On lets Left a- tStraws N Dept Store willxeceivepib mPt atteatiod vJ s t c